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A. J. C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

A.J.C. SPRING MEETING. Tho following aro tlio entries for tho Rich mond Stakos, of 20 sovs. cacli, 5 forfoit, or no liability* if declared by 4 p.m. on day of general entry for spring mooting, with 500 sovs. added. For two-year-olds. Colts, 8st. 5ib. ; fillies and geldings, 8st. 4.V furlongs. Mr. W. Forrester's br c, by Maribyrnong — Gipsy Girl ; b c, by Crown Prince — Haz- loy Lea (imp.) Mr. W. Duggan ns b f Amina, by Somnus — ucira - Mr. H. Osborne's br f, by Ivingsborough — Wasliod Ashoro (imp.) Mr. J. MonagJian ns br c Ganymedo, by Dare bin — Lady Hooton (imp.) ; ch f Mantilla, by Goldsbroiigh — Signora (imp.) ; b c Cinaron, by Lothair — Hypatia; b f, by Robinson Crusoe— Lady Spec, (imp.) Mr. D. Cooper's br c, by Sardonyx — Montana (imp.; ; en c, by Vespasian lunp.j — Habena ; br c, by Guinea— ICornal ♦ b c, by Tho Drummer (imp.) — Ruby ; b f, by Kingsborough — Etiquette Mr. T. Chirnsido's b o, by Maribyrnong — — Guoldor Rose; b f, by Maribyrnong — Rosodalo (imp.) Mr. T. Lamond'...

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VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB MEETING. Tho following aro tho ontrios for tho Vic toria Amatour Turf Club Mooting, to take place on May 7 : — Trial Stakks, of 100 sovs. ; second, 10 sovs. G furlongs. — Violot, Mia Mia, Moteor, Stafford, Approbation, All Black, Danseuse, Fair Saxon, Bookwith, Mastor John, Honora, Damocles, Quintin Matsop, Uncas, Rhetori cian (lato Paddy), Dick Swivollor, Louise Borta, Now Fashion, Don Giovanni, Duiionn, William Tell, Devotion, Munwyrtina, Vas. oosa, 1 O U, Bonnie Doon, Chicago, Derision, Gadlly, Kitty Fisher, NowmiHHtor, Tho Lovite, St. Loonards, Sedition. Vermont Handicap Hurdle Rack, 150 sovs. and 3 sovs. each ; second, 30 rovs. 1$ milo. — Huntsman, Ellcralio, Maronoy, Whalo bono, Star, Goodwood, Courage. Earimil, Hazard, Bushman, Enniskilleiu Aristides, Ro vongo, Vanderbilt, Louis Roy, Friction. Stuuloy, Mildura, Moolgai, Spartan, Marrono, Milaner, Lothair, Yellow Hammer, Thcrsitcs, Distillor. Sellino Rack, 100 sovs. Winner to bo sold st. ib. st.lb. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

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WARWICK TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

' WARWICK TURF CLUB. v. Tho following, woights ; liavo boon do clared : — ? ?? ' ? ?? , ' ? ? JIEMUERS' GUI'. st. lb. st. lb. Ormond : ... 9 4 Rod Wing -..,76 Comot ... 8 10 Casino ? : 7 2 Fano ... ... 7 12 Moonstone ... . 0 10 Sailor 7 7 ?WAEWICK HANDICAP. at. lb. at. lb. My Lovo ... 9 4 Parody... 7 4 Yabba... ... 9 0 Rod Wing ... 8 4 Piratn ... ... 8 10 Sir John ... 7 2 Comot ? 8 7 Elbo ... ... 7 0 Ormond ... 8 7 Sloop ? ? 6 12 B.Y ? 8 7 Moonstono ... 0 10 Gloiro di Dijon 7 12 Clifton ? 0 7 Phconix ... -7 8 Manaic ? 6 7 Bortha... ... 7 0 Erin's Islo ... 0 5 Sailor ? 7 5 FLYING HANDICAP. a 4- IK ftfc.lh. I Onnond ... 9 7' Elcho ? 7 7 Yabba ? 9 2 Rod Wing ... 7 7 B.Y. ... ... 8 12 Elbo ? ? 7 4 Fano ... ..t 7 13 LaGrango ... 7 2 Bortha... ' .» '7 10 My Droam ... G 7 Whirlwind ... 7 10 York ... ... G 5 Sailor ... ... 7 8 WAKWICIC T.C. HANDICAP. Bt. lb. fit. lb. My Lovo ... 9 ;4 Parody;.. ... 7 3 Yabba... ... 9 0 Sir John ? ... 7 1 Pirato ... ... 8. 5* Elbo. ... ... 7 0 B.Y. ... ... .8...

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LOOKING BACK. CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

LOOKING BACK. CANTERBURY FAR K RACES. (By ' Early Bird.') Should mutters bo conducted, in tho same- praiseworthy .manner and with, as much exactness as they ?were ou Saturday last at the Canterbury Park meeting, there need to little fear by those pecuniarily interested with respect to deriving a handsome dividend for their outlay, and the 'Par:c' w:!l siiortly become more popular with metropolitan turf men than hitherto. ? There is no cause why it should not he patronised to a far greater extent than it has, although it cannot be shown that up to the present it has not been tho recipient of a fair share of public patronage. Situated so adjacently to the city, and being as it were in the centre of tho suburbs, no doubt weighed heavily with its pro moters. Up to the prosent, however, the means of transit after leaving the rail way station nt Aslilieldhave not held out any inducement to tourists to avail them selves of the uncomfortable accom modation of the omnibus, and while the ' ev...

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Q. T. C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

Q.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Tho following aro tho weights doclarod for tlio handicaps to bo run on May 21 and 24 : — MOItKTON handicap, -300 sovs.— ij milo. ; , . St. lb. '. ?? ? ' St. lb. Kohai ? 9 12 Louis .... ... 8 0 Stanloy ... 9 9 Quambonoson 7 10 Folly ? 9 8 Clarondou ... 7 10 Fraud ? 9 5 Ormond ... 7 8 ^MAvuiiatvurbu... u x.uniHKiuen ... y 7 Zono ? 9 4 Gloiro do Dijon 7 6 Dagobert ... *J 2 Thoorist ... 7 4 Willoroo ... 9 2 Phoenix ... 7 3 Soth ? 9 0 Potronol ... 7 1 My Lovo ... 8 12 Wothorondulo 6 9 B.Y ? 8 10 Parody... ... 6 8 Abuso ? 8 9 Enor ... ... 6 8 Yabba ? 8 9 liloomsbury ... 0 7 Froo Solootor... 8 8 Whirlwind ... 0 6 Pirato ...? ... 8 0 Countorfoit ... 0 0 Koroit (lato Sloop.. ... ... 0 4 Rylstono ... 8 6 Swinger ... 6 0 Medusa ... 8 5 La Grango ... 6 0 Wah ... ... 8 2 bribbanb cui\ 500 sovs. — 2 mile8. at. lb. fit. lb. Ivohai ? 9 9 Clarendon ... 7 8 Stanloy ... ... 9 7 Enniskillon ... 7 7 Folly ... ... 9 0 Gloiro do Dijon 7 5 Fraud ... ... 9 5. Tlioorist ... 7 3 Ravonsw...

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SYDNEY TURF CLUB WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

SYDNEY TUltF CLUB 'WEIGHTS. (By '.Easily Bird.') The ' Sydney .Turf Club meeting will celebrate* the birthday of Queen Victoria on May 24 with a race meeting, the im portance of which needs 110 special atten tion being drawn to. Of course the main attraction is centred in the R^yal Stakes and Queen's Birthday Cap. Tho former distance is six furlongs and the. latter one mile and three furlongs. The Royal Stakes is composed of no fewer than eighty - one, while the latter contains sixty-six. Starting with Honeydew, who is allotted top weight, 9st. 101b., the winner does not appear to be concealed in him. Although lie succeeded in pulling off this double in 1SS5, still it must bo remembered that he only, carried Gst. 41b. and Gst. 7lb., and it is hardly likely that ho has improved to tho tune of 4Slb. in the short event and 381b. in the longer one. Ho may start, but in my opinion it is very doubtful. Spade Guinea will be an absentee, and Abner has quite enough to steady him, though he i...

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ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. TOOWOOMBA TURF CLUB (Q). [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

ENTRIES. WEIGHTS, &c. TOOWOOMI3A TllIiF CLUB (Q). Tho following entries have boon rcooivod : — Flyino Hanuicai'. — Sir Anthony, Norman, Fano, His Worship, Tlioorist. Wliiriwind, Yabba, Wall, Bertha, Orniond, My Lovo, Gloiro do Dijon. Town Plate. — Sir John, Clifton, Parody. B.Y., His Worship, Theorist, Phaniix, Quambonoson, Yabba, Wall, Froo Soloctor, Casino, My Lovo, Miss Newbold, Sloop, Gloiro do Dijon, Elbo, Pirato. Clifford Plate.— Clifton, Fano, B.Y., His Worship, Phconix. Warkworth, Yabba, Whirlwind, Wall, Bortlia, Ormond, My Love, uiuicu iia urango. Titri Club Handicap. — Sloop, Elbo, Pirato, Sir John, Clifton, Parody, B.Y., Theorist, Phoenix, Quainboneson, Yabba, Wall, Freo Selector, Casino, My Lovo, Modusa, Gloiro do Dijon. Juvenile Stakes.— Sir Anthony, Elcho, Lady Ethel, Norman, Fano, Whilwind, My Droam, Rose, Gloiro do Dijon, Jasmine. Mil bali, Miss Darobin. Publicans' Purse. — Norman, Fano, B.Y., His Worship, Phoenix, Yabba Whirlwind, Wall, Froo Soloctor, Bortli...

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SPOUTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

SPOUTING NEWS. Coonamble J.C. mooting will be held on May 21 and 25, and nominations must be Bent in on Tuesday. Tlie leading prizes aro GO and 100 so vs. Mrs. M'Grade, mother of tho deceased jockey, has written a letter thanking those gentlemen who interested tuetnseives on her behalf, and acknowledging a cheque for £208. Entries for the Agricultural Society's Tribune Hunter's Plate, Distance Trot, Highest Jump, Lady's Hack, and numerous other prizes to be competed for in con nection with the forth coming show, must be made to-morrow. The following sires have been nominated for the Cootamundxa T.C. Sires' Produce Stakes, of ? 18S9 Bargo, Vidctte, Homo Rule, Kosciusko, First Light, Valentia, Emerald, and Bolaro. Entries close on May 5 for the Blood Class, Draught, Trotting, Hunter, Cattlo, Sheep, Pigs, Poultry, Dogs, &c., in connec tion with tho Agricultural Society of N.S.W. Prize schedules and all informa tion can be had from Mr. F. Webster, Hunter-street. Sir. H. Skinner,...

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CYCLING. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

CYCLING. May. 7 — Anlifiold A.A.C. Mooting, Aslifiold. 11 — Sydnoy High School Sports, Association Ground. ' , 14, 28— Suburban B.C. Raco Mootings, Asso-' ciation Ground. ' ' 21— Molbourno Sports Depot Baco Mooting, Association Ground Sydnoy. 21- — Singlo ton B.C. Socoiul Raoo Mooting.

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WALTER S. MOXLEY. WINNER OF THE THIRD ELECTRIC LIGHT HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

WALTER S. MOXLEY. WINNER OF THE THIRD ELEC TRIC LIGHT HANDICAP. The subject of this article was born in Brisbane, and is about 20 years of age. He has been running from a boy, and while at school won a number of prizes. Ho made a number of matches, thirteen in all, in Brisbane, nearly all of which he won. They wero for small money, however, and the principal were against ihompson tor £5, 50yds., which Moxley won ; D. Scanlan, £5, 100yds., on the same day, which was again won bv Moxley. He then ran Allan for £10. and on the same day gav« Fogarty 5yds., and beat the both of them. A cup was then given by Mr. Ben Powell, and Moxley won it oil 6yds. from M'Cov, who was scratch. This was followed up by securing the Brisbane Exhibition Handi cap of £15, off 7yds. At Ipswich ho was beaten in a 200yds. race by M'Garngal, wlio conceuea mm i-tyus. and won off scratch. At the Government Printing Office Sports, at Brisbane, Mox ley ran a first to Hoelscher's second. After this he left for Sydney...

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THE GUN. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

THE GUN. May. 7— Osborno Gun (2nd compotition). 14 — Trophy presontod by Mosrra. Elkington and Co. 18 — i3 Swoop. Opon Handicap. 20— Gun Club Cup (4th compotition). 28 — Tropliios prosontod by tho club, for first and second class shootors. June. 3— Spring Cups (2nd compotition for first class, 5th composition forsocond class). 11 — Ladies Bracolet. 15— £3 Sweop. Open Handicap. 18— Trophy prosontod by H. M. Faithful, Esq. 25— Osborno Gun (3rd compotition).

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THE GUN. NEW SOUTH WALES GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

THE GUN/' ? , HEW SOUTH WALES GUH CLUB. Tho Now South WaloH Gim Club presented a handsome trophy for competition amonp its moraborfl on Saturday, at Uotany. About twolvo prnntloinon shot and ties resulted bt - tween Mr. Woodhouse. Mr. Crowloy, c ' Windsor, and H. J. Gibb, each prassirj; »ino birds. In tlio nhnnt. rv»T Af* and his friend missed n bird, and Mr. Wooa houso killed and -non. A miss-out sweep of ei-;ht birds inn divided between Mr. Faithful and Mr. H/rhompson. Tho following aro tho scores of tho principal Rhota : — Trophy pro.cent.--l by tho chili, JC1 optional sweep, uinu birds, two mi.sni's rotiro. H. Jr. Woodliouse, 2U.vds. (Purdoy) ... 11111111111 J. II. Crowley USycls. (Powell) ? 11111111110 H. J. Gibb, £9}ds. (Fuwtdl) ? 11111111110 S. Grant', .'Jyds. (Powell) ? 101111111 — I'nton*, L7yda. (Puton) ? 111111010 O. I'riond, liOyds. (Powell) ? 101111110 * AhhumihI lmmes.

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Y. C. U. CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING. (BY WIRE - FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Saturday night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

Y.C.TJ. CHAMPIONSHIP .. . MEETING. (by wire— from our own correspondent.) Melbouhnk. Saturday uitrht. Tho Victorian Cyclicts* Union brnucht thoir annual meeting to a close to-day, on tlio Ware. housemon'R Grounds, whon tho uttcudunca was fair. Hoonlta:— ? O.VE-M1LH OPBK HANDICAP . JHCYCLK ltACU, For trophios valued at £18. First Heat. J. Arpvll, 130yds. ... ? ... 1 S. J. Auderson, scratch ? 2 H. Mimdny, KOjrds. ... , ... .;. ... 3 Six competed. ' Time, 2mln. 53 3.5soo»-''. Sccond Heat* ,L. B. Sharp. 120yds ? ? ... 1 ? ,T. TiOnHox, lSO.vda. ... ? ... 2 P. L. Hollick. 15yds ? ? ... ... 3 Six starters. Time. 2min. 51 2-54CC. Final Hunt, j; Ar«all, 130yds. ... ... ... ... 1 ' H. Munday, 300yds. ... . ? ? -..,2 S. J. Amlyrson, scratch ... ... ... 3 . Won by 2yds. Timo, 2mlu. 52sec. . HA&FOtXL): TUIIll-'CLAS8 HANDICAP MCYCJ.E ItACE, For trophies valued at £12. H.W.Youmr ,,. ... ... ? ? 1 H. Lost ... ... ... ... ... ... - 1 J.T. Campion ... ... ... ... 3 Ton starters. Won by 2yda. ...

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THE SIX DAYS BICYCLE TOURNAMENT. Clarke, the Scotch Champion, Wins. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

THE SIX BAYS BIuYCLE TOUJOTAjMENT. Claris, tlie Scotch Champion, 'Wins. About 10,000 persons witnessed tho termi nation of tho six days hicyclo tournament at tho Exhibition Building on Saturday niplit. Tho result was a forogono conclusion from Fridny' morning whon Rolfo, wiio was then only three laps behind Clarke, gavo up tho uuuueaii duuuunu «. iu-ubu»i, uiuuiuu uy nim agaiuyt Clarke was not allowed. It appears that Clarko passed Rolfe on tho inside, and the committee, on appeal, docided that Clarko bo ponalised by a lap being taken off his score. Rolfo was dissatisfied at this punish ment and retirod. This left Clarko 11 miles nhoad of Roberts, tho socond man. who had displayed groat pluck throughout, but whose only olianco ot overhauling the Scottish champion was that an accident might befall tho latter. Clarko was presented with a gilt wreath whilst riding tlio last milo by Madame Adolo Franzini, the female bicyclist of tho Victoria Hall Company, who rodo around tho track besid...

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A CHALLENGE FROM PWYER. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE REFEREE.) [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887

A CHALLENGE 1'EOM (to the editoe of the referee.) Sir, — Mr. C. W. Bennett and myself having placcd ourselves under tho ban of that august body known as tho Victorian Cyclists' Union, hut being still recognised as amateurs by tho Now South Wales Cyclists' Union (pending: the result of tho action at law lam taking against tlie V.C.U.), and to settle all doubts as to which of ns is tho best all-round man (for I am neither satishod with tho- judge s decision in tho ton mile raco or my performances in tho other events at tlie recent test races) I 572.11 run Mr. Bennett a match over four dis tance?., viz.. the ono, throe, five, and ton miles, fojfto-tfold medal valuo ton guineas, to ho paid for by io3cr, under conditions to bo mutually agreed upon. As regards date and place of moeting, that can be easily arranged should Mr. Bennett accopt mv challengo. — I am. CON DWYER, Australian Amatour Champion Cyclist.

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