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TERANG RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
TERANG RACING CLUB. Maiden Plate, of 25 sovs., one milo. Lady Flowerfield, 1 ; Tanilo, 2 ; Douglas, 3. ' Eight rau. ' t . Hqndicap Hurdle Race, of 35 sovs., one mile ond a half.T-Brealc o' Day, Ost. 111b., 1; Circe,' 10st.; 21b., ,2; Little Lady^ Ost. 101b.,. 3. Txmo, 3i^Ld^' 'Hsec. Nine ran. Teraiig'Cup, of 50 sovs., ono milo and a quarter. —King' of tho West, 8st. 51b.. 1 ; Miss Jessie, 7st. 21b., 2 j Speculation, Sst. 71b., 3. Time, '2miu. 18sec. Steven raw. . Handicap Steeplechase, of 30 sovs., about two miles.— Spangle, list. 21b., 1; Royal Oak, lOst.' 91b., 2. Five ran. f 9 Selling Flat Race, of 20 sovs., ono mile. — Argus Girl, 1 ; The Masher, 2 j Darlington, 3. Six ran. Maiden Trot, of 12 sovs.. two miles. — Bobby, 1 ; Phenomenon 2; Happy Thought, 3. Nineteen , . started. «
FLINDERS RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
FLINDERS RACING CLUB. Maiden Plate.— Miuto, 1 ; Amy, 2 ; Ninnie, 3. Flinders Handicap.— Stella, 1; Petrol, 2 ; Ap» .? plause, 3. Won by half a leugth, *? ? ? . Handicap Hurdle Race. — Petrel walked over. ' Shiro Purse. — Lady Flinders, 1 ; Petrel, 2; Minto, 3. Won by three-quarters of a.longth. Consolation Handicap.— Amy, 1; Minnie, 2.^
BENALLA RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
BENALL1 RACE CLUB. Trial Stakes.-— Playboy, I ; Sunrise, 2 ; Angler, 3. Flying Stakes.— Princo, 1 ; Ivanhoo, 2. ' ^ Now Year's Day Handicap, one mile and a quartor.— Cymro, 1 ; Hemlock, 2 ; Conundrum, 3. Time. 2min. 2*^seo. Selling Raco. — Rocket, 1 ; Here's tjuck, 2. ' Amateur Welter Handioap.— Hemlock, 1 ; Cymro, 1 2 ; Try Me, 3. . ? Cousolation Stakes. — Conundrum, 1 r Avenhoe, * 2 ; Delta, 3.
BETWEEN DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
BETWEEN DRINKS. , tt — T ? ; ' Honry Bront, blaoTtsmith, was drowned on Wednesday', while descending a well.' This paragraph 'is from a contemporary, tind I want further' information. If Henry had been drowned While climbing a tree, or asphyxiated during the time ne wns tacking a set of shoes on to a horse, I could havo grasped the case, but tor a man to be drowned ' -tvhile descending a well' seems to me a strange and peculiar why of shuffling off this mortal rope. If he had even been drowned aftor accomplishing the descent, I would not have commented on the case. ? « # Tho Marine Board bidR fair to cover itself with glory as a tribunal in whose shadow Wisdom and Justice havo fixed their permanent abiding place. The latest effort of this intelligent body has never been equalled elsewhere. In the Keila warra-Helen Nicholl tragedy they pass a vote of censuro on a man who is not only dead but missing, not only lost but care fully gono before. After this what may not happen to a man in...
SPORTING ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
SPOKTING JEGHOES. , T/ie Referee flying along. : , . Nelson again successful; — . ' . ^ Corrigan's father is dead. - Manly regatta not too successful. ' Tom Brown won Tattersall's Cup. Rolfo suffered defeat on Saturday. Hanlan preparing for departure. Fagg was disqualified at Caulfield, 15,000 at the Highland gathering. The Progress — Empress filly is dead. No accidents at the Newcastle regatta. Auckland Stud Company's sale to-day. ? Very fow cricket matches on Saturday. Blue Mountain is a sterling good hurdler. William Tell won tho Standish Haridi cap. Sydney Turf Club entries aro due on the 10th. ICingfish is reported to bo in great heart. The Rydes defeated the Orientals by 15 runs. Tho Newcastle Kegatta was a great success. ' Rolfe, although beaten by Wood, was not disgraced. ' Twenty-one started for the Standish Handicap. Escutcheon again in front amongst the youngs tor3. Largo fields wero the ordor of the day ou Saturday. Stanley won tho Ladies' Bracelet with ridiculous ease. ...
FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. NEW YEAR AT THE THEATRES. Shakespeare versus Boucicault. AMERICAN ARTISTS IN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
FOOTLIOHT FLASHES. ; , ' ? ? ? , t ? ' HEW YEAR AT TSE THEATRES. Shakespeare versus Boncicault. American Artists in Australia. Miss Minnie Palmer goes from triumph to triumph, sees her houses fuller every night/ and, better still, . sees people who vowed there was, Nothing in her to admire * coming round; and ontering themselves among hoivfranfcic admirers. : It was quite funny, ontuo first night, to seo tho scorn with which' Mrs,* Bouncer 'Wasp, of the Tarraiidler, regarded Miss Palmer s efforts. Mrs. Bouncer Wasp herself aets a littlo and sings a little, 'only as an amateur, you know, my dear,' and, if I may judge by her size, eats a little too much. She could not contain herself as tho house warmed up from courtesy to cordiality, from cordiality to heartv approval, and from hearty approval to enthusiastic ap plause. She was so mad that she actually spoke to Mrs. Touzley Grey, of the Twaddler, between whom and herself there' have been old scandals and wars galore. ' My dear Mrs. G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
— , £ SUNDAY TIMES. 1 to advertisers. THE SUNDAY TIMES haa n. rcfe-ulor M,«t steadily increasrag oironlat'oH, which now, nmomits to FIFTEEN THOUSAND COPIES. - t THE SUNDAY TIMES » the only New. pnp#T which reaches peoplo on THE DAT WHEN' THEY HAVE LEISURE TO BEAD EVERY LINE OP IT. THE SUNDAY TIMES is tho only News paper of which BVERY LINE IS ACTU ALLY READ. THE SUNDAY TIMES boa a IjABGKfi SYDNEY CIRCULATION than EITHER OP THE old established and osceilcnt SYDNEY MORNING PAPERS. THE SUNDAY TIMES is tlie only News ptiper which eaters for Indies and children, and family people, ae well an for Athletes, Boatemt-n, Cricketers, Racing-men, and all kinds ef sj»orting men. THE SUNDAY TIMES the only News paper IN AUSTRALASIA which is actually * PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ON SUN DAY. . . THE SUNDAY TIMES distributes the Announcements of Advertisers more cox»* pletely, in a moro attractive form, and over a larger circle of readers than any other newej-nj»erin Australia. THE SUNDAY TIMES is rend by...
"MINK." [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
'MINK.'1 : At our sheep range on the upper waters of tho Fimer River we have always been troubled by the depreda tions of wild animals. ? After my two brothers and myself got old enough to hunt and trap — in 1875-6-7 — we kept the bears and wild cats shy of our range for some years. But when, in 1880-2, Mark and Simpson came to be of ago, and set up in business for themselves raising cattle, and I went with them, our old gontleman on the home range was left a little short-handed, and his flocks soon began to suffer again from wild animals. He complained, and wished me to come back and take the ' varmints ' in hand. I did not like to return, for I had just stai'ted in with a cattle range, out of which I hoped to make a for tune as soon as the new Canadian Pacific Railroad got through into Columbia. So I began to look around to find somebody who would go on tho home ranch, and help the old gentleman in his difficulties. An acquaintance of ours who had a sheep range down in Mendocino C...
THE REFEREE. AGENTS CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
THE REFEREE. AGENTS. CITY. Cole s Arcade, George-street Mrs. Davis, P.O. Stall Mr. P. lirown, 87 Markot-street P. Kirby, Markot-street J. W. K. Clarke, Market Bnildings, Goor^e-street N.S.W. Bookstall Co., King-street ,, ,, ,, i£lizabcth-strcet Mr. J. Kirby, 567 George-stroet George Hill, 7i)6 George-street E. Flemming, 131 George-street West J. M'Laaghlin, 857 George-street J. Crofts, i)5 William-street H. W. Foster, 144 William-street D. Kollas, 227 Victoria-street Mrs. Manning, 8 Oxford-street Mr. Williams, 223 Oxford-street Mrs. Baldock, 247 Oxford-street Mr. C. W. Ode, Oxford-street J. H. Spragg, 125 Oxford-streot F. Pemberton, Oxford-street H. Iredale, 140 Oxford-street G. H. .Tames, Clovoland-street N.S.W. Bookstall Co., Railway Station, Itedfern. SUBURBAN. Ashfiold ? N.S.W. Bookstall Co. Balmain ? H. Gibbons, Darling street „ ? M. C. Purtill, Morton-etr. ,, ? T. Richmond, Evans street Birkenhead ... J. Cable Burwood ... ... Mrs. Turner „ ? N.S.W. Bookstall Co. Botany ? J. H....
The Losses of Layers of Odds. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
\ The IiOBses of Layers of Odds. In the Bagot Handicap, betting was vejy even, and in the Standish Handicap, owing to the victory of William Tell, who has turned out a grand horse, the layers must have lost forty pounds out of every hundred pound book on the race. After tho Hurdle Kacc tho cash fielders commenced to borrow, and good business could have been done in tho paddock on the loan and discount principle. Nino fielders out of every ten lost on the Steeple chase and Criterion Stakes.
Belvidere v. Manly. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
Belvidere v. Manly. Tho Bdvidores iourneyod to Manly ou Satmnloy where they mot tho local team, whom thoy defeated by 80 runs. Will. Richardson playod a grand innings for 69 runs beforo he was run out, whilst Fairfax, who is scoring hcuvily of late, mado 33 by good crickot. Crane also played woll for his contribution of 33 runs. Ho also trundled exceptionally well, captur ing seven wickots for 51 runs. Aitkin, with 70, playe ?. a good gamo for tho Munlys.. Scores Manly. . T. Smith, l.fo.w., fo Crane ... ... ... 2 H. Smith, c J. Richardsou, fo Crane , ... 0 D. Aitkou, c Crano, fo Wado ... ... 70 H. C. G. Moss, foCrctno ... . ... ... 0 O. H. Ituwson, h.o.w,, b Wado ... ... *0 ; ? Ford, b Cr.mo ... ? ? 6 ? Murray, h Crane ... ... ' ... '2 v C. R. Smith, 0 Fairfax, fo Crane,. , ? ... ; G, : : Hole, c Ryrie, fo Crauo ... ... , ... 14 Woods, not out ... -'V.. 10 j Hontlersou,b]SVado... ? ? ? ? ..y y0. , , , Suudries... ... ... ' ... '1 ' ; Total!.. ... ' ... ' .I., -... Ill' Belviherbs. ?...
NEWCASTLE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
NEWCASTLE REGATTA. (BiS WIRE. — PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDED.) j Tho Nowcastlo annual regatta camo- off oo Saturday under tho presidency ©PC! H. I Hannoll, J.P.; vice-presidents, Joseph Wood i and J. C. Ellis ; umpire, D. Fitzpafar&k ; | startor, W. Whyto ; hon. socrotary and : troaauror, T. Gardner. Tho regatta wa& vory I sncoossfui, and boing tho only atffcracttan in Nowcastlo was largoly attended; Tlio- flag shin. 8.8. Newcaatle, 'was ocowdodi with cpootators, also tho wharves. Tho fir s.t raco I was for youths undor 16 years pulling pairs ! of sculls in dingics, not exceeding 15ft. overall. First prizo j83 3s., trophy £2 2s„ prosented by H. Stoggas Esq. ; second prize, trophy, presented by A. Hay, Esq. Boso, C. Richards, 1 : Glimpse. A. Ripley, 2; Star, J. Torploy 3. Won by a length. . Tho second raco was for members of firo brigades, pnlling Wo pair sculls in liconsed working watormon's skiffs. First prizo, -£3 ; accond, ^83 3s.—Commo-loro, W. Massoy, and F. Morris...