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COHEN CUP. Veroma v. Ormonde. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
COKEH CUP. Verona v. Ormonde. Tho Ormonde, contrary to general expecta tion, put in an appoaranco on tho Agricultural I Ground to go on with thoir match with tho | Voronas. Thoy succeeded in making a re- ] spoctahlo total in their first innings by knock- ' ing up 122 runs. Of courso they followod on, I nnd when stumps wero drawn at a quarter to G, two wickots woro down for 4(3 runs, Wal- | fnwl with 21 mid Goldman 17boincrtho principal contributors. Tho Voronas fielded up very badly indeed, and, in fact, they woro taking it very easy, missing catches wholcsalo. This contcst will bo rosumod on Saturday noxt, and it can only bo looked upon as a wanton mis tiso of most valuablo time, a* thero is but a few weeks at tlio disposal of cricketers, antf the least they might do is to oblige, not their opponents — for tho game is thus far a moral hut tho Association. If they had any show of winning thero would be somo justification in going on with the match. Onsroxm:.— First Innings. Mitchell...
PRINTERS' CUP. Evening Nows Eleven v. Cumberland Mercury:' [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
PRINTERS' CUP. Evening Nows Eleven v. Cumberland Mercury: Tlieso clubs brought their match for thov above Cup to a conclusion on Saturday after noon in tho presence of a largo number of, spectators. At tho drrawing of -»tho stumps on tho previous Saturday tho gamo stood — Evoning inows, first innings 42, second 59 ; whilo tho Parramatta club responded in its first innings with 4 i, and ono wickot for 21 in tho second. This gavo the latter club a decided lead, and combined with tho fuetthat past wook by Dj'son having loft tho oifico, it looked as though they would win, but tho proverbial uncertainty of tho 'gamo of games' was once moro realised by tho Evening Nows winning at tho finish, with comparative ease, by 21 runs. This result was brought about by the magnificent bowling of Wearno and Wotton, ably seconded by splendid fielding, and tho Nows well doscrvo their brilliant victory for tho plucky up-hill game they played last Saturday. Thoso who distinguished themselves during tho m...
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
LACROSSE. ? ? -(By ' Canadian.') A special 'mooting of' tho N.S.W. Lacro^e ? Association was hold on Friday at Rainford's. Mr.' Sim? tlio nowly-olocted vice-president, boing in tho chair. Tho modo of scoring for tho Hyam trophy during tho season was con* . sidered, niid it was deciaed to adopt the same priuoiplo as obtained last year, viz., three for a win, threo for a byo, and two for a draw. A sub-committeo was appointed to draw up . Mr. D. Fox, of tho Melbourne Clab, at i tonded with credentials from tho Victorian Association, and tho matter of arranging an i intercolonial match in Sydnoy this year was discussod. Nothing was definitely decided, but every effort is to bo mado to arranges match for July or August. Tho nowly-foruiod St. Leonard's Club was admitted to tho Association. This team lias : secured Lyons, ono of tho oldest players ia tho colonies, as captain, and will certainly mako a good bid for the laurols of tho season. Tho St. Leonard's Club liavo appointed their offi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
WARNER'S SAFE REMEDIES ^ CURE INDIGESTION. - ? -T. Adelaide, S.A , G3 Hendley-st., J110'- ' 33, 1881). — Having been a severe sufftW for some two yeiuy with liver couipb'0 \ and having been under the treatment several medical men in this city witM receiving nny bene St, X was induced1'^ friend to try Warner's Safe Cure. 1 c say I have received very great l-'®6' ,, r'- so doing, taking in all fifteen W'' \ , regularly with Warner's Safe Pill3 nec? . ..-..ji ing to directions. I feel in duty boiuw ^ inako this fact known to all who are s luit ing from sevoro indigestion caused bj ' disarrangement of the livei'.— J*- SOLOMON, Auctioneer. ? K THANKFULNESS. Sydney, 523 Geoege-st. (N.S.'W.)- ]'fl 15, 188(3.-1 suffered very much wC»P»' ^ across my back, down the' inside f thighs, together with sovero heada j « causing dimness of sight. Coul1 at night, having a desire to unnatj , out being able to do so. I was ady try Warner's Safe Cure. I had not more than ono bottle when I ocg t . realise...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
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AMONG THE BOXERS. FOLEY 'S GYMNASIUM. Another Win to Jackson. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
AMONG- THE' BOXERS. * ' (Br ' Boxer-Ma job.') ? FOLEY'S GYMNASIUM. . Another Win to Jackson. Tlio attondanoo at Folo.v's on Saturday ovening was a vory largo aud rospoctablo ono. Erory scat was ooonpicd, and fully 150 woro standing. Prior to tho knock-out Jim Hall and Williams gavo a show, but it was of tho mildest character possiblo. If anything Hall showed by far tho most points. Tom Taylor and fctovo O'Donnell then donned tho mittens for four rounds. Tho first was very tamo, lmt towards tho finish of tho second somo linnrv hlnn'H worn ^Inlirpjw]. unil fliirirro OK jieared to bo working up for a good go during tho third, and so ifc turned out, as tho men struck out manfully, and a fair amount of punishment was '.riven on eithor sido. Evi dently thinking that tlioro was nothing in knocking ono another about for lovo. tho fourth round took tho shape of friendship, but thoy wero not allowed to quit the ring without a great outburst of applanso from tho audience for tho good display t...
George Mulholland. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
George Mulliolland. (.v.orge Mulliolland left Sydney yester- | i day for Queensland, in order to meet his i engagement with Lawson. A greater ' gentleman in his calling than Mulliolland i it would b'- hard to find, and, going no : further than the records of the press in ' his recent match with Powell, tho Queens land representative, proves that ho is both kiliul and Humane. With Lawson, liow i \ t r , he encounters a man who scales much heavier t'-:au himself, is clever, and knows all the tactics of tho ring. Mul liolland is equally as finished a trades i nn, and the only obstacle to his success will be the odds in weight. 1 \ the way, it does seem peculiar that Mnllliolland did not make more friends in ht. north during his previous trip, and the ?- ily way I can account for it is because Iil had very few acquaintances in that i_ ilony — by no means a bad reconiuienda * tnn. Summing tlie matter up I am of , pinion that he can beat Powell on every i , i isiou they meet, and with a f...
Boxing Match at Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
;--f Boeing Stanch at Newcastle. ?kJj A boxing encounter, under the Marquis jV 'f Queensberry rules, took'- place . in the fljj II i II of Science, Newcastle, on Friday j' ni'lit, between Hughey Roilly, a local man, in 1 W. Manning of the Glebe (Sydney), lliere was a very fair attendance of T spectators. Tom Floyd was appointed uieree ana timekeeper, ana at s.3up.ni. the men entered the ring. . They fought ?n-f four rounds, at the conclusion Of which tin. Sydney man threw np the sponge.' ?. .v. 1 his came quite unexpectedly upon the mdionce, as the visitor had the en l counter all his own way! Reilly then tlnew out a challenge to box Jerry Marshall foi .£20 a-side. It is expected that a match will be made.
THE BULLI DISASTER FUND. Great Entertainment in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
THE BULLI DISASTER FUNP. Great Entertainment iu Melbourne. The athletes of Melbourne tendered their services in order to assist the Bulli Disaster Relief Fund. The programme was on so liberal and attractive aseale that people were turned away from tho entrances leading to the floor of the hall, and there were only a few vacant seats in the gallery. 'I be free use of tlio ball bad boon kimllv granted by the mayor. Mr. W. Miller, acting as master of ceremonies, introduced tlie performers en masse ns an introduc tion to the performance, and tho company wero loudly applauded, after which a very varied and interesting exhibition was given. There were feats of strength by Signor Sali and Mons. Victor, in whose hands cannon balls are but marbles ; scien tific boxing by Messrs. Newton and Nathan and King aud Floyd ; catcli-as-catcli-can wrestling by Messrs. Connor and Attwood ; and fencing by Professor Auberfc and Mr. G. Wnlstab. The wrestling bout was a wonderful display of agility and eel...
HUTCHENS' LAST WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
HUTCHENS' LAST WORDS. A reporter of this office dropped into tho Mooro Park View Hotel the other day to havo a friendly chat with Harry Hutchens, about his departure for England, who made the following statements. Wo pub lish them for what they maybe considered worth, without in any way endorsing them. 'On Saturday I sail for England. On my return norne x may oe aoic to vriu some handicaps. I have a wife and family in England, and I am anxious to return to them. I expect, however, to pay Australia another visit next winter, and I then hope of being able to do better than on this occasion. 'Now, as to how much I have won since X have been here. I got ,£98 out of the Malone match ; and made .£200 out of the third match with Samuels, the time I beat him. I also got a portion of about a century for running an exhibition race in the first Carrington handicap. ' Yes; there was no money up for tho match with Malone. I cannot say whose fault it was. I at least know that .£20 was given Mr. M...
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
ATHLETICS. (By ' Nnrnr.EFOOT.') Bethungra, on May 24, is to have a £2U handicap. 'W. Cnllaglian was disqualified for throe month' at Newcastle. Tlioro is great talk about Moody, the Englishman, being on 37yds in tho Second Carrington. Harry Miller lias mado a match with Moxley for .£50, ami will givo the Third jiiicumc ojignv, winner oyus. in luuycis. Entries on May 7 for the St. Mary's Queen's Birthday Handicap of .£25, and Opeu Handicap of £5, close with the secretary. A handicap for prizes amounting to .£30 will bo run at Richmond on the 21st prox., as well as a hurdle race of X10. Entries are duo on May 7. The Tontorneld Oddfellows willj hold their usual athletic sports, torchlight pro cession, and ball on Queen's Birthday. Jubilee Handicap of .£10 will be run. An effort is to be made to getjtlie dis qualification by the Rydo committee of Monnock rescinded. It is said there aro good grounds for doing so. Jack Rowan was run out in tho first round of the Newcastle handicap by 'Wal...
CAMMERAY FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
CAMMERAY FOOTBALL CLUB. Tho annual meoting of this club was hold at tho School of Arts, St. Loonards, on Friday evening last. Notwithstanding tho rain quite twenty inombors . and thoir friends attended. Mr. Charles Lord was votod to tho chair, and addrossod tho meeting, congratulating tho members upon tho great buccoss their club had attainod sinco'its formation. Tho annual roport, wmcu was ncatiy priniuu una uis tributod amongst tho moinbors, stated : — In reality this was their second annual meeting, tind the success attained must be appurent to all. The drawing for matches to be piuyed for the Junior Cup deprived them of playing tho long list of mutches arrange 1 by the delegates at the auuual ltugby Union mooting. It is considered that this arrangement of junior matches by the Union de prives a club of its freedom in arranging its own matches— a privilege which ovory club should most undoubtedly enioy. Tho result of the Junior Cup eoutest is woll known to tho members, aud it sho...
SPORTING ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
SPORTING ECHOES. Warrin races to-day. Sheet Anchor is for sale. Warrnambool races concludo to-day. AVulf won the Davis Aquatic Handicap. V.A.T.C. weights will be announced to day. Colonel 'White, an old N.Z. sport, is dead. Pryingpan is about to bo put into, work again. Dolly trots All-Fours at Elstornwiek for .£300. A meeting will bo held at Rosehill on May 7. Deniliquin races will be held June 19 and 20. Tenterfield ontries remain open until June 14. Jackson defeated M. O'Brien in two rounds. Training at Randwick is very tamo at present. Canterbury Park Races take place on Saturday. Close finishes wore tho order of tho day at Liverpool. 'Wilcannia races tako place jto-morrow and Friday. On July 0 tho Brewarrina T.C. -will hold its meeting. Nominations for Barrier Ranges handi caps to-day. Tempo pigeon match is postponed till to-morrow. .£600 added money is offered by the Mackay J.C. Jockey Hickoy killed at Warrnambool steeplechase. E. M'Donald won the first bicycle race of the sea...
THE LIVINGSTONE STEVENS 10 - MILE MATCH. LIVINGSTONE WINS WITHOUT HIS SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
THE LIVINCSTONE-STEVEITS 10-MII.E MATCH. LIVINGSTONE WINS WITHOUT HIS SHOES. A fow weeks back a match for 10 miles, for £25 aside, botween - tho abovo two ? English pedestrians was arr.iuged. The attendance at tho Carrington Ground on Saturday night was poor indeed, not more than a couple of hundred being proseut. Livingstone ran in a very takintr mannor and with great determination. Many a man would ha7e boon disheartened by tho great lead Stovons obtained whilo Livingstone was changing his shoe, but not so, Livingstone, who, not getting a pair of sho3-j to fit liim, doggedly wont in pursuit of his opponent, and beac him. Thore was a gennine ring about the contest, and it was a pity tlmt the rimuers did not receive better patronage. Ralph Stcvena iu a measure attributos(ms defoat to the sprint ho made while Livingstone wis changing h:o shoes. Ho says ik completely upset him. Ho adds too that the trick' wns too heavy for him. Considering the heavy stato of tho track, which is just n...
N. S. W. TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY 'S SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
X.S.W TYPOdlUl'llICAIi SOCIETY'S Sl'OBTS. Tho following uro tlio vnrious sports wliioh woro Bilccosafnlly earriod through by Measi'ii. J . lJ'irKO, referee : A. S. KuiRht and W. Connell, judges ; owl C. Bontloy, starter ? President's Clip. — A. H. M Kay (S.M. Herald), 10yds., li C. C. Grico (S.M. Herald); 4ydu., 1 ; O. E. Korchant (Sunday Times), 1yd., a. ' . - - Old Buffer's Itace. — K. Beard (S.M. Herald), 1 i Kettloinau, 2 ; E. JIiiRhes (Echo). ?'!. _? ., Hop, Step, avil Jump.— Bnttell (G.P.O.), 41(t. 10in.,l i C. E. Merchant (Sunday Times), ». Mooro (S.M. Herald), U. . _ . . All-Coniors' Race. — J.H. Bntlor (Evouinc News), SjdH.,li C. E. Merchant (Sunday Time3), lyil.,-; J. H. Kelly, 3. A protest was lodged asiimst Butlor on the grounds that howosnot onteroufor tiioovont, which will bo docided by tho sports cornmittoo ucstweok. . , Apprentices' Itacp.— H. Harrison (I)ail} lale grnyU) , 1. '
SIR JOSEPH BANKS' HURDLE RAGE. JAS. BYRNES THE CHAMPION WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
SIB JOSEPH BANKS' KUKDLE KACE. . JAS. ll\nXES, THE CIIAHI'IOX WINS. In apito of tho contra-attraction of tho Canterbury Park Races, about 700 people atteudud to witness tho running of tlio iifth Hurdlo Handicap RaCo. The day was iiuo aud clear, and what between tho pleasant grounds and surroundings and the sport, everybody enjoyed themselves. Hitherto Mr. Smith has always had a Hurdle Raco in con nection with his big Shelfiolds, but, on this occasion, ho took a new departure and olTorod in all .£55. Nevor has hotter sport boen wit ?nnwaml in Australia, and nothing occurred to arouso suspicion that any of tho competitors attempted to mislead tho public. Byrnes is considered about tho best hurdlo racer in tho world, anu it was a great fete for him to give such a start to so gooda runner a3 Samuels. Logan is about the next hurdlo racor wo liavo to .Byrnes and he ran a great race. Opinion was so divided as to tho result that nearly everybody dill'ered. Some said that Samuels won, while ...
SIR JOSEPH BANKS QUARTERMILE. Griffiths Wins. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
SIR JOSEPH BACKS' QTTAILTER HILE. Griffiths Wins. On Monday about 2000 peoplo attended tho Qnartcr-milo raco. Among thorn was a num ber of bookmakers and peoplo from tho country, and tho botting was very spirited. Every boat was well contested, and nil tho runners secmod to bo doing thoir best to win. lOvnrvthirifr was narrind rmt in tlin fmiltlnsn manner characteristic of tho Banks' commit too, and in no instanco did any of tho runners misbohave themselves ; in fact it was astonish ing that every runner should try to win a small prk'.o of .£25. Fiust Hkat.— T. J. Griffiths, Windsor, 23yds. Timo, i7 JWisec. Startors. — C. A. Dunn, T. Prince. 30yds.; M. .T. Solomon, 20yds.; W. Crcok, 21-ds,; C. Samuels, oyds.;- K. A. CliecV.ley, 2Jy.lt?.; and A. Warner 35yds, Griffiths lod all tlie way nffcor tho first 30-'ds. Sammds gradually passed hia men, and rau very well home, but could not approach tho leader. Second Heat.— M. Lcarnihan, Victoria, 29yds. Time, W l»5scc. Starters.~T. Collins*, ...
ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. Tho entries for tho raco meeting in aid of tho Bulli Roliof Fund, to bo held under tho auspicos of tho Rosohill Racing Club on Saturday noxt, aro as undor Merc? Stakes, onco round.— Evo, Toby, Abboss, Trio, Z.R., Skylark, Spider, Rowdy Boy. Aid Cup, G furlongs. — Spoilt Child, Jostor, Tuscarora, Scntonco, Aristocrat, Golddunt, Glonelg, Claude, Aurolia, Alma, Zebia, Slondor, Faugh-a-Ballagh, Sir Garnot, Major, Smith O'Brien, Chartroux, Pirato, Lo Prix, Kingsgrovo, Joremy Diddlor, Lone Star, Yot man, Ellington, Recruit, Glen Elgin, Yellow Jacket, Straight^Shot, Tho Felon, Esporanee, Rocket, Loumoah. Astraja, PicJ^pockot, Rebus, Signal, Sawdust, Queon's Own, Auray, Cuirassier, Centaur, Simon, Lady Marion, Sir Edward, Allison, Scatterfiold. Succour Stakes, onco rounu. — uroen Mount (nil), Lady Durham (nil), Golddust (nil), Gipsy's Warning (nil), Nimblo Dick (nil), Joremy Diddler (nil), Tristan (nil), Sir Edward (nil), Pawnco (£25), Lono Star (nil), Horminius, Sir G...
HAWKESBURY DISTRICT PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
HAWKESBURY DISTRICT PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Tho following handicaps liavo boon declared by Mr. T. M. Alcook for tho two trotting races in connootion with tho Hawkesbury Annual Show, which commcncos on May 13 « SPECIAL PUI7.ES. . For fastest trotters, in harricaa, aud in divisions If neccasary. First prize, £35 ; socond, iJlO ; third, JC5. To trot ono milo each, (lay of bIiow, _ Yds. Yds. LilHoO. ... ... acr Princo ? 175 Cyclouo ? 35 Confusion ? 18- Littlo Dick ? JiO Shadow ? 200 Tommy ? l.W Fain-lar ? 200 Queen of Trumps ... ISO Onward ? 200 N«llio ? 170 Loithiunstcad ... 200 Violctta ? 175 DonJuun ? 220 £10 for fastest trottera, in harness, aud in dlvisious if neccs3ary. Tor colt.s and Allies not exceeding threo years on day of general entry. Ono railo» Coutcst to bo docidcd on second day of show. Mr. J. Dunstan'tt ch K Don Juau, 2yrs., by Childo Harold, darn by Western Australia scr Mr. A. Town's bl li, 2yrs., by Childo Harold— Violetta (imp.) ? 8cr
MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB. Tho following' entrios liavo boon rocoivod for tho Murrnmbidgoo Turf Club mooting, to bo hold on Maj' 24 : — Birthday Handicap.— Jurassic, Woxford, | Odd Stockings, Sooioty, Drumstick, Native Cat, Bhotorioian (lato Poddy), Xhakambau, Dugon, Kildaro, Anivob, Albort, Impulso, lufidolj Gonoo, Vermont, Tho Nativo (late Young Australian), Indifforonco. Winter Handicap.— Saxon, Cadot, Nap (late St. Elmo), Jurassic, Woxford, Odd Stock ings, Sooioty, Drumstick, Nativo Cat, Rliotor oian ' (lato Poddy), . Thtikivmliau, ' Dagon, Kildaro, Anwob, Albert,' Inipulso, Iniidol, Gonoo, Vermont. Hurdle Race.— Omadhaun, Littlo John, Escapo,. Sunday, Nowland (lato Livingstono), Postboy. ,