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No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
Referring to sports in Australia, u con tinental journal remarks : — ' Thoy recog nise tho fact that thoy have iv country admirably adapted, to tho breeding Oi race horses. The victories of Triekett, Lay cock, and Beacli on tho water, unclothe Australian Eleven on tho cricket Cold, have demonstrated that the white race rtntmnot deteriorate under tho influence of the Australian climate, and tho deeds ot Chester, Grand Flaneur, Darobin, Commo tion. Sir Modrcd, and Navigator, have lo.t no doubt in the minds of thoughtful men that the English thoroughbred lias not failed to flourish whon transferred to anti podean soil. Already America has reached across tho Paoitic in searoh of fresh racing blood, and secured Darebin and fair Modrod, and it is not unlikely that the day is not distant wlion Euglivnd and Atnorica. will both be glad to reinforce their racing strains with sons and daughters of tho southern hemisphere.'
NEW ZEALAND. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
NEW ZEALAND. May. 10 — Egmont Uacing Club's Stooplocliaaoa 24— Potano Winter. 24, 25— Duncdin Wintor. 24— Woarcnga-u-Wika Annual. 24— Winton. 24 — Wanganui Steoplechasc. — Accoptancos ana general entries. May 17. June. 4 — Auckland Stceplec-liano. — Accoptancos anu gonoral entries, May 27. . 18— Town and Suburban (H.B.) Racing CIuVb Midwinter Meoting. 20— Goraldino StcoplcchaHO. — Entrios, May -? 23— Hawko's Bay Stcoplochas 28— Onelntnga Winter.
ATHLETICS. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
ATHLETICS. May. .. ? 1 7, 14 — Carrington Grounds Second uranci Handicap. I 7 — Asliflold Amateur Athletic Club. i 8, 9— Hurdlo Raco, Toinpo, JE10. 14 — St, Peters School Amatour Athlotic Club. — Entries, May 5. ' 18 — St. Aloysius Sports, Sydnoy. _ , 21— Shollleld Handicap, Richmond. — Entries May 7. , ° . ? 24— ShofHold Handicap. Molton. — Entrios cloao April 30 ; handicaps, May 4 ; ac coptancos, May 20. 21 — Watsonvillo Annual Athlotic Sports, Horborton (N. Q). — Handicap, .£35 ; ontry, April 30. , 24 — Bothungra Handicap (20 sovs.) — Entries, i a . i,„,wli,.rtn» Mjiv 17 : ac coptancos, May 22. 21— St. Mary's Queon's Birthday Handicap, £Zb. — Entry, May 7. 24— Gundagai Handicap (50 sovs.) — Entrios, May 12 ; handicaps, May 17 ; ac coptancos, May 22. 24, 25 — Bombala Athlotic Club ShofHold of .£100. — Nominations, March 30 ; handi caps, April G ; accoptancos, May 10. 25 — Quoon's School Amateur Sports, Sydnoy. Junk. 11, 18 — Sir Joseph Banks Elovonth ShofHold. — ' Entries, May 14;...
SPORTING FIXTURES. THE TURF. RACES TO COME NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
SPOUTING FIXTURES. THE TURF. ? EA.CE3 TO COME | NEW SOUTH WALES. ' rW© Trould bo ttiiuikfuUt Secretaries o( Raco Clulifl , would forward tho Dat«8 of their forthcoming / Mooting, together with tho Dates of Nomina tions, Weights, and Acceptance*. 1 Mat. 3, 4— Bingcra Raco Club Annual. — Entry, A.,, April 20 ; weights, April 22 ; ac w coptaneofl, April 27. 4, G— Bourko Joekoy Club. — Nominations for I Bourse Handicap and Contra! Australian Handicap cIobo Anril 2 ; woights, April 10 ; acceptances, April 1G. 4, G — Bligh Amateur. # 5— Entrv for Olaronco Tatteraall a Siren Pro* duoo Stakes, 18S9. 7 — RoBehill Mm»ting. _r . * 11, 12— Quirindi J.C. Annual.— in try, May « 10. 13— Nyngan J.C. Annual.— Entry May ?-. _ 17 — Gulgargauibono J.C. Annual.— Entry, May 7. 21— Canterbury Park. #' 21— Sydney Turf Club Mooting— Entries- for tho Royal Stakes and Birthday onp, April 20 ; woights, May 3 j general entries, May 9 ; weights, May'lG. . 23 — Corowa Annual Mooting. — Lntrios for handicaps, Febr...
QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
QUESTION BOX. Subscribe!:. — Tbe New Zealand racebor.:a Nelson is a stallion, and not a gelding. A.L.— - Yon arc right ; Abercorn was defcate 1 moro thnn oncc. . SritiNTEr. and A. Ii0nn.-s0N.-Yom' questions w:Jl , be. attended to in our next. G. W. Mills, Burwood.— Will you inform mo what start T. J. Griffiths had when he won tlie' seventh Sir Joseph Banks Handicap?' la yards. J.C. asks— I back a horso to get u place— 0:10, two, three in a r.ic ?? If the libr.se docs not start is tho wager oil ?— Answer : If you bicked tho horso without any stipulation you must pay. W .B.D., Sydney.— Havo Fred Wood and Rolfo over, met iu a race iu Syduey, if so, when, whore, and who won? Answer : No, but ill all probability Rolfo will accapt F. Wood's challenge for tho championship of Australia. . J.J. asks— 1. I accent a double ; some days after my horse is scratched for the ,first race, do I lose ? —Certainly. How would it apply if laid to * me 011 the course, either a single or a double 'event ?—...
QUEENSLAND MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
QUEENSLAND May. 4, 5— Warwick T. C. — Addod money, -£500 ; cntrieH (2) Handicaps, April 7 ; ac ceptances and goneral ontry, April 30. 11, 12 — Grout Wostorn Downs J.C. (Tambo) Annual.— Entry, May 1 ; ? uccoptanoos, May 7. . 12— Ipswich Turf Club. — Addod inonoy, JG380 ; nominations, Hurdle, Turf Club, Braco ot. and Plying Handicaps, April 7 ; weights, April 18; acceptances and gonoru.1 ontry, May 2. 12. 13— Muckav T. C. 19, 20— Eton. 21, 21— Q.'l'.C. Autumn. — Gonoral entrios, May 3 : weight;) for tho principal events, May 10 ; acooptanccs, May 17. , 24, 25— Kichuioud. 2t, 25— Wulkorston. 2-1, . 25— Central Warrogo Racing C'lub, - Charlovillo. — Entry, May 2. ? ? June. 2— W.Q.It.C., Roma. 1, 2 — Toowoouibu. Turf Club. — Added inonoy, .£720 j nominations', Flying, Town Plato, Clifford, Juvenilo, Publican's, Turf Club, and Ladios Milo Handicaps, April 5 : weights, May 5 ; accoptuncos ana general entry, may xv. 2, 3 — Bowun. 2, 3— Blackall R.C. Annual. 8, 9 — Roma Raco Mooting. 8, 9 — ...
VICTORIA. May, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
VICTORIA. May, 1887. 7— V.A.T.C. Sleeting. 12 — Mordialloc. 14 — Moonco Valloy. 21 — Elstornwick Park Mooting. 24— Molbonrno Hunt Club Mooting. — Entrios, j May 9 ; weights, Mav 10. - June, 18S7. 29— Bondigo. 4 — Moonco Valley. 20 — Bowes Tattorsalls. 25— V.A.T.C. Wintor Stooplochaso Mooting. 29 — Shopparton T.C. Wintor. July, 1887. 1 — iilooroopna K.U. Mooting. 2 — Elstornwick Park Mooting. 4 — 'i'atura It.C. Meeting. 0 — Bondigo J.C. Winter. — Entries for handi caps Juno 23 ; woights, Juno 30 j goneral entries, July 4. 9 — .Moonco Valloy. 11! — V.R.C. Wintor Stooplochaso Mooting. 23 — Williamstown Racing Club Moeting. 27 — Ecliuca Kaeinj Club. AuausT, 1887 13— Moonoo Valley. 20 — V.A.T.C. Meeting -57 — Elstornwick Park Mooting. Skitkmbeii, 1837. i 3— Moonoo Valley. October, 1887. 8, 15 — V.A.T.C. Spring Mooting. 12 — Elstornwick Park Mooting. Zi — ilooneo valloy. 29 and Nov. I, 3, 5.— V.E.C. Spring Moot ? ' ing. — Entries for Maribyrnong Plato, Melbourne Cup, Champion Stakes, . De...
Problem 's Disqualification. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
Problem's Disqualification. Begarding the glaring turf scandal in New Zealand, tho outcome of which was that the bay gelding Problem was dis qualified by the Dunedin Jockey Club for fraudulent entry, the action of the club in question was endorsed by the V.B.C., who wore requested yesterday to remove the disqualification. The application was mado by Mr. F. Turner. Tho V.B.C. committee decided that thoy could not comply with the request for the removal of the disquali fication.
A POETIC APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
A POETIC APPEAL. ' I want to have a little talk with you,' said a long-haired young man.' ' Very well,' replied the man sit ting in the editorial chair. : ? , ' I want to read yon a poem.' ' Go ahead.' So the poet read : ' Onco a littlo yollow monkey | With an opalescent oyo. From a scarlet fovor baker Stole a sky-blue pnmpkin-pio.' ' Go ahead.' ? 'Now, that's just what I want to see you about. Do you think that a funny starter ?' ^ ' Capital; but let's hear tho rest.'1 ' Tliere isn't any more,' said the poet. ' But that isn't a poem as it stands. Why don't you finish it befoi'e reading it to people . 'Because I can't. That is my pe culiarity as a poet. I can always got started first-rate, but can't finish.' 'Tho protty littlo Polly grabbed tho pan of bnckwhoat battor, And poured it on tho ringlets of tlio grandson or.tao uatior. ' How's that ?' ' Charming, sir, charming. ' That's what all my friends say/' said the poet. ' They think that if I could finish it and keep up to that lev...
SAL AMBO. A LEAF FROM FLAUBERT — AND FROM MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
SAL AMRO. A I.K.AF FKOJI FI.AU'HEItT-ANH KltOM ItKllOltV. Another morning dawned. The snn was like a huge globule of gore, and bathed tho landscape in a purple tint. The Barbarians had suffered defeat, but were not conquered. Having repaired their catapults, tlioy conceived a frightful mode of war fare. Thoy charged their war engines with all kinds of refuse, and fired it into the streets of Carthage, causing great gobs of gloom and un fathomable terror among the inhabi tants. Heavy Congressional debates on tlio tariff question were hurled into the beseiged city. These wero followed by silver-tressed jokes and rejected spiing poetry hurriedly snatched from the waste-basket of the comic papers. Tho howls of the affrighted people curdled milk. A London Times editorial of three column calibre, fired from a catapult, demolished the iron temple of Chin- 1 ehinuff. An italicised pun from an J English comic weekly pierced the parapet throngh and through. . Ham Ilkar,' tho father.; of Sal A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 5 May 1887
FABLES. — BT E. SOAP A sow was contentedly o ying her sty, although living in a grea er, when a wolf, who had riot tasted i pig in a long time, came along and or 'oured to strike up an acquaintance. - ng up on his hind legs and looking ove: - the sty, he saici — ' Good morning, ; Sow ; I hope yori aro woll.' : 'So-so,' replied Mrs. S., Ing up in a position to go to war if neci y. -Then the Wolf inquired af ic health of .her interesting family, 1 if they had luul tho measles, trichinir cholera, and other infantile diseases o always liked pigs ho said— nice, temttle pigs. They seemed to got right at inside of him, lis it' wore, and he sm;u his chops with the recollection of tho Ipork chop ho had had. ' I : declare,' continued looking round- admiringly, 'you lia intertable quarters here. Thoro is a lar preju dice against stys among tlu Jrant and unthinking, yet a sty is ai g eal in tho oyo, after all. It depends o ' you look at it'. I1- would really like tpect your charming cottage a l...