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THARGOMINDAH JOCKEY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
thargomindah jockey c lub iho opening day of tho above elub passed off satisfactorily. Tho Maiden Plato fell to lry Again. Eoindeer was successful in tho Msmans Purse, and Tragodian annexed ttio 1 hargomindah J.C. Handicap. Tho Hook Kaco was takon by J upiter, and the Corin thian by Carry-the-nows, while the Members' i£$t, ivace was won by Marmion.
MOONEE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
MOONEE VALLEY. Tho races hold at Moonoo Valloy' to eole brato Eiglit-hours Day woro very successful. Eesv.lts : — Moonoo Valloy Maidon Plato, 4V furlongs. — Harbinger, 1 : Prattler, 2 ; Bugler. 3. Sovou others started. 'Won by lialf-a-lengtli. Timo, lmin. lsoe. ? Annivorsary Handicap, furlongs.— Gna- bnrnor, 1 ; Umbra, 2 ; Julian Gray, 3. , Four; otliors ran. Won by a length and a-half. Timo, lmin. Usee. Handicap Hurdle Eace, milo.' Spartan, 1;: Encoro. 2; Courago, 3. Fivo others startod. Won by half a neck. Timo, 3min. 12sec. ' ? ? Selling Eace. 4 furlongs.— Soroorer, 1 ; Oar nival, 2 ; Liddington, 3. Two others ran. Won by a length'. Timo, 52seo. Tho winnor ' was sold for 155 guinea?. Eight Hours IHandicap, 1 milo. — lGas- burner, 1 ; Agatha, 2; Achmot, 3, Fivo others ran. Won by half a longth. Time, lmin. 51jfsoc. ?
BATHURST PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
BATHURST PICNIC RACES. . Tho annual meeting of tho Bathnrst Pienio Eace Club was held on Saturday. Tho ?woatlior was all that could bo desired, and tho attendance largo. Tho racing wa3 good, , and tho owner of Mount Tamar entortained a large number of friends, llesults :— Maiden Plate. — Physician, Tho Irishman, Hector. Six started. Won easily. Time, lmin. 5!! G-lOseo. Mount Tamar Cup. — Pamela, Artist, Lionel. Seven started. Won oosily. Timo, : lmin. 18sec. , ? Bathurst Picnic E.C. Handicap. — ? Ee dcomor, Artist, Lithgow. Nino, started. Won by soven lengths. Time, 2min, 53s'ec. Ladies' Trophy. — Lithgow, Carrier, Physi cian. Six started. Won by a neck. Timo, lmin. 53soc. Voluntary Handicap.— Pamela, Harlequin, Becky Sharp. Fivo startod. Time, lmin. 28sec. Forced Handicap. — Harlequin, Fisliwifo, Lionol. Seven started. Timo, lmin. 53Jsee.
Alleged Fraud on the Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
Allsged Fraud on tho Railway, Frederick Ogle, alias Lamerse, whose name was mentioned in connection with the Tielibornc racing fraud iu Tasmania, was proceeded against at the Seymour Court yesterday for defrauding the railway commissioners. The facts a3 stated by Mr. lit'Uimrii, »uu inuoauicu .v. ment, were that the accused, on March 25 last, purchased a first-class ticket from Melbourne to Broadmeadows. There was a race meeting at Beualla, and the clerk at the booking oliice, .Spencer-street, being suspicious of Lamerse, asked tlie guard to watch that he did not travel beyond Broadmeadows. The accused travelled on to Seymour, whero lie was asked to produce his ticket. Lamerse said in de fence that he had intended getting out at Broadmeadows, but was induced by his irienus lO go OU to Jieilium. il'J aULLUU IA, the Bench that he left England because lie had a row with his brother and took his wife's name. Mr. Wyatt, P.M., who pre sided, Baid the intent to defraud was clear, and fined...
Betting. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
Betting1. Jl ho bookmakers.are away at tho Warr na^jibool meeting, and there tis very little doing in the botting market. During tho week 2000 to 10 was taken about tho double, Abercorn and Trident, for the Derby and Cup, and 1000 to 25 the two Abercorns. Aber corn and Trident have also been backed straight out for the Melbourne Cup. j Abercorn is the nominal favourite for the Derby, but wagering in earnest has not yet commenced.
Sali and Cannon. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
tali and Cannon. Sig. Sali has arrived from Sydney. He called nt the Sportsman office and claimed the fulfilment of Cannon's promise to wrestle him whenever ho recovered from the injury that compelled him to forfeit on a previous occasion. He said further that he was ready to wrestle for £ 50 aside on tho same conditions as wore to govern the previous match. OnTuesday, while signing articles for his match with Connor, Cannon said in reply that his backers would not let him wrestle for less than .£200 aside, also that ho was not going at present to make a match with anyone else.
International Eight. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
Intercolonial Eight. Cliomley has at the last moment con sented to row, and it appears that Webster, through pressure of busi ness, is unable to row. The erew, there fore, as finally selected by the com mittee, consists of E. R. Ainley, F. J. Taylor, G. Harrison, T. Bannister, G. Molino, C. Thomas, S. H Gowdie, A. Cliomley, and R. D. Booth, stroke. Ono of the first eight will occupy the position of emergency.
SOUTHERN RUCBY FOOTBALL UNION. Balance of .£ 251 6s. 5d. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
SOUTHERN E.UCBY FOOTBALL UNION. Balance of £251 6s. 5d. Tho twenty-fifth annual mooting of tho above. was hold at Aaron's Exchango Hotel on Monday evening last.' Mr. J. J. Calvert (president of tho Union) presided. The annual roport was submitted by.Mr. W; M. Arnold.--.. Tho following aro tho leading features of tho roport : — ' ' , The season of 28SG lias been marked by v.isfc im provement in tho ploy of both senior and junior teams, by brilliant and interesting contests, and' bv an umirocedentcd attendance of tho nubile at all important umtclics. . Siuco tlio Inst report twonty-ono new elnbs have boen enrolled, and several applications to -bo admitted to the.uuiou have already been received for]tho coming season. . Tho number of new clubs ' is' greatly in excess ' of ; any previous season, and this in itsolf clearly demonstrates the growing strength of the union and tho undoubted popu larity of. the game, v . The thno liaS now arrived whon nninbors of olubs'must feol'tho absdluto ...
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [By 'WoaoH.'! The 'Wallaroo liavc lost the services of their popular and much esteemed hon. sec. Mr. G. Graham, who has been reluctantly compelled to resign after a term of oflico extending over several years, but are very fortunate in having such an able successor us Mr. L. Zollner, who, wo trust, wilLprove himself of as much servieo and good to the The Oxford F.C. ' will : inaugurate the comiug season by a picnic lit Athol Gardens next Saturday. . A handicap foot-riwc for the members of the club will be run, and, judging by the interest displayed by the | great number of fu*3t-clas3 amateur^ Hyers in that club, a good race may bo anticipated. I Many tlmnis for their lcind invitation. Tho 'Wallaroo's havo 'arranged a match with the V/andercrs, which will be played under British Association Rules, ori Moore Park, next Saturday. , This is a welcome innovation, and mustbo productive, of a vast amouut of good, not that I estimate the former anything like fit opponents ...
N. S. W. Association Football Mooting. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
N.S.W. Association Football Hooting1. Tho sovonth auuual trenoral mooting of clubs playing undor tho Australasian Rules was ? hold on Thnrndny evoning last at Rainford's Hotel, thor'o boing prosont about 50 members, Mr. H. Hedgor boiug in tho ohair. Owing to tho hon.' treasurer being unable, through indisposition, to bo ? presont, tho balanoo -sheet- was not. prosonted, and it was determined, as tho meeting' was a tairiy repre sentative ono, to proeoeu with the ordinary businoss, leaving tho financial statement to bo road at somo. futuro dato. Tho annu *1 roport was read by tho hon. see., Mr. L. A. Bull hausen, tho following being tho main topics of interest : — Tho season 18S15 was opened with tho prospoctivo of two intercolonial visits, ono to Victoria, and tho other a visit to this city of a team from Queensland. Tho former, which includod representatives from tho northorn, metropolitan, and southern disricts, took placo rathor early in tlio season, viz., May 22, aud proved a win...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
LAWN TENNIS. Tho postponod mutch for tlio captainoy of tho Sydnoy Lnwn TenuiH Club, botwoon A.. W. Allan und E. W. Wallinffton. will bo playod on Saturday afternoon, HOth instant. It will bo ilooiilod by tho bost of fivo sota, nnd play will commouco at 2.30. Intending competitor* aro rommdod that tho entries for ull ovonts in tlio intercolonial tournamont, oommeneii'if May 2, oxoopt tlio soratoh pairs and handicap, close witn tlio hon. troasuror, Mr. Clivo Smith, 75, Pitt stroot, at 1 o'oloolc on Saturday, tho 30th instant. _____ — . During tho running of the first round of the Newcastle liandie.ip, the public woro allowed inside the competitor's room. Tho practice was found to bo a highly incon venient one, and one not conducive to tho : jrood behaviour of the performers. On Snturday a notice was postod forbidding: 'intruders admission to tho Bprinters' quarters.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
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ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
ROWING NOTES. (By 'Cornstalk.') Since my last, the oiglit-oar crew have taken up quarters at the S.R.C. Branch on the river, aud now start strict training, they having just four weeks to get into fettle, and it is hoped potty jealousies will be thrown aside, and the men enter into the contest with enthusiasm. Mr. Oatley having declined the position of coach, Mr. Myers, of the E.S.R. Club, has taken the crow in hand, and, no doubt, will bring ' the men to tho post in good condition. Tho following positions are occupied by the crow : — Seal?, bow; Freeman, 2 ; G. Kennedy, 3; Martin, 4; Fraser, 5; E. Kennedy, 6 ; Johnson, 7 ; and Bros again strokes the crew. It will be seen that Freeman has taken Robertson's plnce. The Association intend running a steamer on Saturdays to witness the prac tise. Tho Victorian crow have now started training in earnest, the off-days having expired. As most of the men rowed in the Upper larra jcegai-ta, on me iuwi instant, condition will not bo wanting, and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
- ? ? Tailor. Sydney, January, 1887 ~ To tho Public of New Soutli 'Waloa— I HAVE just roturnod from a nino months tnn to tho old country. During my stay iu England, I Tiaitcd nearly all tho bestManu facturiiiff districts in order to secure for my Business koto tho very best quality of Good and Latoet Patterns that I could i-rurure. Without being egotistical, I am certum that thoso goutlomou who will kindly favour mo with a visit, will rendiiy admit that I can show tho largest aud most beautiful lot of Goods iu Syduoy. I havo taken thoso Premises ia King-street, lately occupiod by Mr. G. M'Loron, and which aro certainly second to no other Tailoring Establishment in Australia. Hopiug that my old frleuds, and many new ones, will confor upou mo the favour of a call. I am, &c., FEED HAGOK, ^135, King-etroet. Lato Senior Partner of Bagou Bros. THOU SERS— over 250 Pate is— 15b. to 25s. Per piir j cuarantood porfoct- fitting. NEW GOODS, my own importing, for tho Fashionablo Sao Suit...
CRICKET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
-iEf tip The final match for possession of tho Riloy Cup will comuicnee on Saturday afternoon noxt on the Agricultural Ground. Tho con testing teams will bo tho Orientals and tho Rydos, tho former representing tho local clubs who havo compoted for the cup, and tho Rydes aro u provincial team. In this final match it comes very annropriato to seo an olovon representing tho motrdpolis pitted against olovon from a country district, and as tho contest is sure to bo a very keen ono great interest will bo taken in it. . Tho Orientals aro cortainly looked upon as tho stronger club of tho two, and no doubt thoy aro| but de spite this tho Rydos should run them very close. The Orientals' chief win in tho cup was whon thoy gained a signal victory ovor tlio Surry United in their Inst match. Thoy displayed first-class form with both bat and ball, and when tho calibro of thoir opponents is takon into . consideration tho performance may be looked upon as tho bost ' all round ' for tho cup. . Now, t...
RILEY CUP. Wentworth v. Ryde. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
RILEY CUP. Wentworth Vv Ryde. This matoh was concluded on tho Agricul tural Ground on Saturday aftornoon, tho pro vincial team gaining tho viotory somowhat oasiiy, to tho surpriso of tho locals. Tho Wcntworths, with three wicKots uown ior o runs in their second innings, only increased this scoro to 2D boforo boing all disposed of. Docker and J. Spurway bowled famously, tho latter taking six wickets for 17 runs, and Docker bugged four for tlio vory small eo*t of 8 runs. This- left the Rydos .'18 runs to get to win. which thoy accomplished with tho loss of three wickets, Short, with 23 runs, boing tho chief con tributor ; but this was not altogether a fault less display, as I10 gavo about four real elinnocs. Farnell, with 0 (not out) to his credit, also played well. Tho Rydes will, therefore meet tho Orientals on Saturday noxt in tho final match. . Play will commence at 2 o'clock sharp, so that thoso outraged have something liko tlie proper timo to play.
METROPOLITAN CUP. Final Match. Marylebone v. Pyrment Ivanboe. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
METROPOLITAN CUP. Final Hutch.. Marylebonc v. Pyrmont Iranhoc. This match was rosumod on Saturday aftor noon, despito tho threatening aspoot of tho weather. Tho attendance was vory largo, and great intorost was controd in tho play. Tho Marylebones -^oro all out for 48 runs on Saturday last, therefore, tho Ivanhoo's startod thoir innings. Tho first wickot put on 10 runs, btri after this ono fell tho rest did vory litfclo, tho scoro closing for 53 run', or Sahead ot thoir opponents:;' H. Nowoll, with 18, showed bost form with tho willow, his hitting boing mnch hardor than any of his companions. Tlio Marylobonos in tho socond innings lost six wickets for 15 runs, but as Willingdale, Arnold, and Harrington aro not yet out, a better average should bo realised boforo thoy I aro all ont. Tho Marylobonos aro 10 runs ] ahead with four wickots still to fall, thus tho gamo is much in favour of .tholvanhoes, who ought to win rathor oasiiy. In tho second innings of tho Marylebonos Nowoll . captu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
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MELBOURNE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
MELBOURNE -HJn CI ,XtB. Tho principal ovonfc for competition on Friday, at North Brighton, was tho first oontost for tho Gun Club Cup, to bo won twico. An entranoe trophy of £2 was aftor wards competed for, and tho two first, Smith and Calvert, dcoided to havo a prizo cach. Tho following are tho chief sooros GUN CLUB CUP. First competition. £2 sweop. Nino birds. J. C. Smith, 32yds ? 111111111 W. A Tobm,22yda ? ? ... limuio W.Lloyd, 32yda. ? 111H1101 Jj. M. Calvert, 27yds ? 11UU110 ?Lauriston, 22yda ? U1011110 TEOPHT. L. M. Calvert, 27yds ? 11111 J. C. Smith, 32yds. ... ... „ jom W. D. Clark, S2yds ? i' ffill ?Lauriston, 22yds. ... ? iom ^.A-Tobin 23yds. ? 'i lino ?Lloyd, 32yds. ? ... ? mi0 ?Johnston, 30yds ? ? * Assumed names. At tho 'lempo Grounds Mr. Malono's .£5 pigeon matoh, whloh was to havo takon placo on Monday, was postponed on aooount of tho wot. A- oonplo of swoopsfcttkos woro shot off whioh.woro divided by L. Gannon, T. Malono, and Goo. Bailoy. Tho handioap will t'ako pla...