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SKATING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

SKATING. Tho match between Galloway, tlio amateur champion abator, and Haokoti, a Now Zea land amatour Hkator, took pluoo at tho Sii* Joseph Banks Pavilion yostorday. Tlio raco was not startod till half-past throe, when both tion trot away woll, but Galloway aoon as sumed a strong load. Hackott gave in after tko second lap, leaving Galloway to completo * ho disfcanco solus

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RACEHORSES AT FLEMINGTON.. THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

RACEHORSES ATFLEMINQTON.. I THE PAST. Bi A. W. Away back before the year of 1850, the Australian turf chronicles begin with Bucb performers as old Jorroclcs, Buckley, and Buny ip. In their day they wore invincible, and no doubt tlioy were considered of vory aristocratic parentage and pure bred racehorses. In tliose days old identities teli us that the- racecourso was on a flat near Batonian'a Hill, which expanse is msw covered with useful workshops 'and build ings :and stock appertaining to .the Vic torian railways. So the course, as well as the deeds of tlie old heroes are tliin/»s of tho irremediable past, and almost forgotten. I Tlio thought of such irrelevancy imikes ono conjecture if all the elaborate works and extravagance lavished on the clrim piou course of Flcmington, will one day become likewise, a thing of the past- Time, tho steadily and patient destroyer of all creations, whether human or superhuman, points unmistakably to the fact tjiiat many ef the old nnd favourite c...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

SPORTING NOTES. The added money forTattersall's ensuing meeting is about JB3500. The first of Fr^ingpan's progeny made its appearance at Kilmany Park on the 4th inst., when Taper produced a colt foal to Mr. Pearson's horse. ? A correspondent, V.A., asks : What is Recall's pedigree ? Recall is l)y The Drummer, from Crochet te, by Grandmaster from Camillo, by Planet, from Catch fly, by Boyd Camel, and was bred by Mr. W. J. Dangar, of N.S.W. ..Last year the nominations and accep tances more than paid tho 1500 sovs. of the Caulfield Cup, and tho V.A.T.C. thereby had a balance in hand, instead of having to pay money. This year, however, there is a deficiency of 470 sovs., the subscriptions amounting to 1030 sovs only. The balance will therefore come out of the club's funds. . The o wners refused to run the Tamworth Handicap pver again, so tho committee re turned to ihern tne fee paid. The Randwick course has been closed for tho purpose of carrying out some improve ments. ? Brennan, with ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. A case seriously affecting tlie interests of miners and colliery proprietors, has been decided by Mr. J. Mair, P.M., at the Newcastle Police Court. A miner named John Hesketh, of Hamilton, charged another miner named William Jackson, of xiawiuLuii \juiiimuua.gu, wicu uuving, on Septe nber 30 last, used insulting words, namely, 'you black-leg,' with intent to provokoa breach of the1 peace. According to Heaketh, on the day in question the defendant, accompanied hy about twenty five men, met him on his way home from work, ;in;l followed htm through the bush and along tho Haixilton-road to his home, a distance Qf two milss, Th? party .wero einginw Salvation Army liyinilfc ftiid lively airs. During the evidence of the miners for tlie defence, which was a denial of the Ws rds alleged to have been used, the police magistrate intimated to each witness that he was not bound to answer any question that might criiniuato himself, and inti mated that the weakness of the pros...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

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SPORTING. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

SPORTING. I . ? « ? COMING EVENTS. BACKS. Wollongong Annual ? October 20, 21 Waradgery ? ? ... October 20, 21 Mooneo Valley ? October 23 Sydney Driving Park Club ... October 23 V.R.C. Sprint' ? Oct. 30. Nov. 2, 4, 0 Queensland Turf Club Spriug November G, 0 Singleton... ? ... November©, 11 Noweastlo Jockey Club ... November 9 Rosehill ? ... November 9 Canterbury Park RaceClub ... Novombor 13 Murrumbidcoe Turf Club ... Novomber 17, 18, 10 Mooneo Valioy ? November 20 Bendig* Spring ? Novombor 21, 25 Gunnedali ? November 21, 25 Sydney Driving Park Club ... November27 Moonoe Yalloy ? DocemberS Brisbane Tattorsall's ? Decombor 10, 11 A. J.C. Summor ? Docembor27 Canterbury Park ? December 28 Rosohill ? Decembor 29 J TattersaU's Annual ? January 1,8 Sydnoy Turf Club ? January 20. .EKTRIK8 FALLING DUE. / . . Waradgery general entry ... October 18 ; Gunnedali handicaps ... October. 23 MurrumbWgco Tnrf^ Club- ' ?-' - ' ? . general ontry ? ... November 12 ?. A. J.C. Summor goneral ontry Decemb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

Properties for Sale. COHEN & MACKENZI ? ✓ PBOPEHTY AUCTIONEERS, VA1UATOBS, LAND AND ESTATE1 AGENTS, otc. OFFICES and SALE BOOMS, , . PITT-STEEpr. . ; ' . .... ?.???? .yl PEELIMINAEY ANNOUNCEMENT. ? Vw'C:. i MANLY, BEAUTIFUL MANLT. '.1 ' , KANGAROO HEIGHTS. . ? KANGAROO HEIGHTS. Look out for'-this Magnificent'- and Tory Llbei Subdivision, which is. sifaate in the . : ? MOST PLEASANT FART ' j , ? ' of this LOVELY VILLAGE. . t Tho 'Allotments have frontages :to KANGAROO-ROAD, and aro facing the Kangaroo Reserve, within short distance of the PUBLIC PARK and OCEAN BEACH. COHEN and MACKENZIE hare received i structions to soil PUBLIC /iJCTION, ON THE GROUND,' ON AN, EARLY DATE Th« above first-class Subdivision. Look oat for Future Advertisements. ^JOHEN '-AND ? MACKENZI Have for Private Sale HANDSOME and COMMODIOUS RESIDENC containing IS rooms, exclusivo of bathroom kitchcn, &e., replote with every comfort, i ? gather with about- three acres of land, an divided into flower ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

,i, Auction Notices. ? ' GOOD WINE NEEDS NO J3USH.' ' ~ ~ F~i ' ' 'GOOD -VINE NEEDS NO BUSH.' - i ThoriilcigBi Township ! THORNLEIGH TOWNSHIP. THE NEW SUBURB ON THE HORNSBY RAILWAY LINES FOR AUCTION SALE, ON THE GROUND, NEXT , \ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1886, AT 3 P.M., BY BRUWEFg _& WOLFE. The above Property of the HAYMAKKET PERMANENT LAND, BUILDING and INVESTMENT COMPANY, Limited, is delightfully situated aix hundred feet above the sea levol, in tho famous RYDE DISTRICT, from which Magnificent Views cira be obtained in every direction, tho City of Sydney being distinctly visible from -tie Land. THORNLEIGH. THORNLEIGH. THORNLEIGH. ? I CHOICEST LAND ON THE LINE. CHOICEST LAND ON THE LINE. CHOICEST LAND ON THE LINE. GOOD VIEWS AND ELEVATED. GOOD VIEWS . AND ELEVATED. £5 . PER LOT DEPOSIT. £5 PER LOT DEPOSIT. TORRENS' TITLE. .. ' , It iB very conveniently situated as ragards tho Railway, the STATION BEING ON THE ESTATE. STATION BEING ON THE ESTATE. STATION BEING ON THE ESTATE. TH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

A. B. PYKE, THE FURNITURE KING. A.B. PYKE, of Pitt-stroot, botweou Batliurstaud Liverpool streets, wlio may now be termed the FURNITUEE KING OF SYDNEY, is walking chalks all round tho other Furnituro met in Sydnoy. Tho growth of this onterprisinf? man'u business is simply phenomeual. Coming hero to Sydney ho saw a vast opening for a Furnituro busi ness on new lines, and his Wurehonse has won a patrouago from all parts of tho city aud country, which has increased day by day. It has conic to bo I acknowledged that A. B. Fyko furmshos throo homos I to one furnished by | ANY OTHER HOUSE IN SYDNEY; : aud at the prosont rato of gohif? Ins placo of buRluos must Swallow up a Dozon City Furniture Wuro housos, whoso triulo ho has already won. Thore i ouly ouo explanation of tho wholo thing. Mr. Pyk Knows His Business. Ho gives to tho smallest as to. tlio largest o' wealthiest buyor, tho most courteous attontiou, au X»eople who visit tho warehouse havo such FREEDOM TO PICK AND CHOOSE, that tho...

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NAVAL AND MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

NAVALAND EV33L1TARY Ai tho Riflo liango yesterday, considering tho weather, which was very unfavourable for good shotting, some good scores wero made, noticeable among thom being a very promis ing shot. Corporal Whatham, of No. 11 Bat* tory, Volunteer Artillery, who, at 5(H) yards, made 30, and at G00 28, total 53. His previous performances have been vory good, having^ on oaxnruay last maao wt poun.s yui wi iv 1 jy--*nnv 70, his other scores being on a par with tho same. Ho should stand a very good show during tho forthcoming mooting. An examination of officers will bo held at Forbos ou tho 12th and 13th proximo, and at Dnbho on tho 10th and 17th November. Tho result will bo mado known as hoon as it comes to hand. Tho Volunteer Reserve Corps at Tareo and 'Wingham will bo inspected by tho Major General Commanding on tho 12th Novombor next, find as they havo been undergoing a steady course of instruction lately a good re* port J8 expectcd. Arrangements havo been made recently whereby ...

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TATTERSALLS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

TATfERSALLS' CLUB. :' ' TATTEHSAM.H' CLUI1 Cut'.. . .' Toward ' Tlio Folon Lifoboafc . UpperCut. Zeno Cairo. . ? Silvor King Crossllro Rose -Antoron- Arsenal . Sorella , , .. Industry , i i ( Eucalyptus ' Rifleshot Lancer Myall King Aira ? .. Here'sLuek.' Tlonoydew Energy 'Brown and Rfcse* Rillemen .. Maid of tlio Jjakq Stanley Clarendon ~ ? Gozo Biiialoug . Tom Brown1 Richmond \ Blno Blood ?? Centaur Dagobert - , . Yqllow Jacke* Piriite Burrilda Presentation Lord of tho Laker Highland' Mary Keith Kitawa . Tlio Ornluin King's Own Tristan ' Merry'.Dueliess Lord William* Folly Bravo .Raoul Goldlake Coinero 'FirfttDoiuou The Jewel KiiiVfish Willoroo Pilot Coroban' . . Home Rule . , Resolve Subject to Molbourno entries, j ' . . CAKICFNGTON STAKES. ' Foil v ? . ? - Honoydow Centaur... Goidiako . , Viatory . _Boso Antoros Tho Jewel Ifoith . . Kitawa lCullileeu . King's Own . .Eiclimoud . Emerald Queen's Own Uppercnt Yellow Jacket Energy Silvor King Loiclihardt . . Willeroo ThoFolon. Astif...

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ROWING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

ROWING ITEMS'. Tho .following is tho programmo arranged for tho Globe Rowing Club Regatta to take placo in Decembor: — Maidon fours, open to all amatonr clubs : senior double sculls ; maiden double soulls; junior single sculls 5' trial fours. Tho following aro tho entries for tho ' Sydney Mail' cliallengo 'cup, to bo rowed ior Saturday nexc: — maniv w.- u., Uv J Ruwatd: M.R.C., W. G. Brott; N.S.R.C., J. F. Connolly ; S.R.C., C. Dobson. It is doubt ful is the present holder, Mr. A. Sharland, will put in appearanoo. Second and third-class boats, club trophy, January 8. ^ First-class boats, Barnes' trophy, January Handicap raco, Mossrs. Godwin's trophy, January 22. First-class boats, patron's prizo, February 5. Mr. T. Punch's trophy, February 12. Champion raco. medals, February 10. Second and third-class boats, trophy, Maroh 5. Cominifctoo's prize, Maroh 19. Consolation race, Maroh 26, In tho races for Messrs. Burrows and Gleo son's, H. and G. Godwin's and T. Punch's trophies, also in ...

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AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. Tho , following entrjes have- been re ceived : — , , TUE 8UMllfEK CUP. Myall Kiptr ? , Areen:i[ , , Hisi-tfsLnc^ UpjiorCiit ' Brown una Eoso The Jowol Merry Duchoss Pilot DaKObert; Goidiako S'lvdr Kinpr ' Hfuhl'and' Mo^ Tho Folon ' Tho Orphan Folly Burrilda Loicllardl- Sorellft Corolmn Lord William Kingflsl'r, Braro Kitawrt ' Ada Willoroo Kinij's Own Centaur Keith * Lord of tiro- Lake Tom B'tfowir Cairo In'lustry Queen's O.wia Victory Presentation ' ' Lancer Rifleshot Raoul Subject to entries mado'in Melbourne.

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YACHTING JOTTINGS. COURSES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

YACHTING JOTTINGS. noniiSRS. The Cvwflors race will be r.a;l .1,1 on tho msido : oourse. Tlio Tlurd.class to Lou? Reef and back, while tho First and Second class Will journey to , Mount Elliott and back» SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB FIXTURES : Hurry Skurry Race, Nov. 0. 22ft. Half-deoked Boats : 22ft. to 24ft. Open Boats, Not. 20. Dec. 't. ? ? ? , — v 20fr-. and under Half-decked Boats ; 20ft.- Open Boats, Dec. IS. - - . Unrry Sknrry Race. .Tan. 8. 22ft. to 9Vft. Half-dccked Boats; 22ft;. to Hilt. Open Boats, Jan. 22. ' i '??:;? 25ft. and ov«r Half-tlecked Boati; 20ft. Half deckcdBoats, Feb. 5. ' ? J ' LMft. to 2(ft. Half-docked Boats ;? 16ft; Di&^ies,v M\tcU5. 22ft. Half-deoked Boats. March 19. ? *; Ttnrry Skurry for Half-decked Boats, April 9. . Utirry Skurry for Opon Boats, April 23. ^ KVDNBY AMATEUR CANVAS DINOY CI UH'. . 'RAudicap Race, Mr. P. Punch's aud Mr. Gibbs' tTftnhies, No 13. Ylandican Raco, Barrow's and Gleecon'a trophy, 'Rtx.27audDoc.il. ?. ????; ? ? ? Press's ...

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N.S.W. GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

N.S.W, GUN CLUB. A strong souCnorly wind on Friday last i inado tho shootixg sornowhat difficult, and it groatly aided tht birds. In eonsoquenco, out J of olovon members that took part in tho con tost for a trophy presented bv Mr. A: Har court, only ono, vW., Mr. H. M. Woodliouso, 20 yds., succeeded in killing all his pigeons, and . he was declared the winner. Ho shot in snlon did stylo, killircg some fast birds very cleanly. Mossrs. F. Gwinon (32) and * Cedar (25) noeountod for eight out of nino. Throo miss out swoops followed. Tho first was divided by Mossra. H„ E. Lord (31), F. Garnon (32), and * Cedar (15), with four kills o\ch. Tho second Mc*sr&.'*' Codar' (25) and G. Skarratt (24) divided xftch fivo kills, and in tho third Mr. H. D. Loit aopropriatod tho pool by kill ing fonr. Apptndod aro tho; scores. Trophy prosontod by A. Harcourt Esq., £1 optional swoop, nino birds, two misses retire. ?Yds. Name.'; C.F.A 29 H.K. Woodhouao , ... . „ 1 ill mi 1—9 3J *Co-Ur ? ... „ 1 ...

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ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON The opening of the season of the above 1 crack yachting club came oil vory axis- ; piciously yesterday alturnoon, despite tho i dull threatening weather. 'We much regret that owing to the extreme pressure 1 on our space we have had to greatly , curtail our report of tho proceedings. I The ynchts assembled m Jmrm Cove shortly after 1.30, and after going through various evolutions proceeded 113 far as Shark Island, where the signal to rendez vous at Mossman'8 Bay was run up, and the yachts, under a spiteful southerly, made for Cremorne in the following order : — 'Magic,' J. R. Fan-fax (commodore), 'Waitangi/'A. G. 'Wilson (viee-commodorc), 'Sirocco,' 'Peri,' 'Violet, ' 'Meteor,' 'Daphne,' 'Cox'inne,' '.T, S. Poyen,' 'lone/' 'Sao,' 'Mabel,' 'Assegai/' 'Mr. Tooth's steam yacht bringing up the rear. Having taken up their positions, and sails being furled, the crows and their friends form ing quite a numerous company went ashore, where a sumptuous lunch had bee...

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SECOND DAY,- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. HURDLE. RACK, [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

SKCOND DAY.— Tuu8i-ay, NovK»iui:it li. i . 1IUKI-LK. HACK ? Iluntaman ?? Eucoro 1 - ! * Littto-Juck Sir Luuncolot Distiller. Iuvwoll; IHuu Mouutaiu , liuby v Koolytks- Mirth Xady Cari-iugtou Tho A^ent Occam , Caloolft', iiouniL RAILWAY HAiNDICAl*;. SirfnrlongH. Pocahontas Wbitolmity (hito Fifili o' Silver Dividend Defaulter). Menotti OciHta LtHidOl Uinborto Xantippo 'Eoposo Gadlly Huron Tari'^la WUUanuTell Volcano Lady Belli Dovobion F. C. Bonnie Doon KiciiwortH The Nun Sirocco- Costus Lancor Chcsham St. Jolrn Middlemarch Lord of tho' Yttle'Coko Salvo Manor Duration, Maroney Loui« Uorta IlarvoHter All^anna Hogmanay Day Star EbhIo Sodltioo Rosary Toronto {late Edith Maroondah , Otmnto) DonGIovan TImjVow Lura Kouneth ; Gold Lako Trojau Ko\vma8tor ' Bnrrildtt . Black Snake Donald , . . Ifulcvoti ; ThoLevito Gardcni/i ^'jJlKin^ Kuhai Mimtan^ ' . Itc'no ' ' ' Agucu ' FiratConHid

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MERCANTILE ROWING CLUB. TWELFTH ANNUAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

MERGANTILE ROWING CLUB. Twelfth Annual Rkgatta. This regatta took placo yesterday, on tho champion courso, Parramatta River, and proved highly successful, in spite of the weather. Tho s.s. Admiral, conveying the members and their friends, left Circular Quay shortly after 2 p.m., well filled, among whom wero a fair sprinklin? of ladies. Tho wind was blowing hard from the S.'W. which greatly interfered witn tno scuiiors. ; Shortly after the steamer's arrival, tho s.s. . Fawn, with tho' nmpire and party, put off , from the shed, and after a littlo delay, the programme, whick consisted of fivo events, was begun. SRMOR fcOTJBLB SCULLS. Prize presented by (f. Merriman, Esq. Coarse, from One Man's Wharf to BluxV.vnds, May.— TV. G. Clwrbs, W. G. Brett ? 1 Kitty.— -Ii. R. Cox, G. Sealo ? 2 A pood start was effeoted, of which May pot , slightly the best* After going some twenty yards, Kitty drew ahc-jd, which position she fRaiu taiued to tho finish, despite repeated npurfcfi-wi the part of Ma...

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WEIGHTS AND ENTRIES. VICTORIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

WEIGHTS ANb ENTRlCS VICTOKIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING. The following are tho general entries for tho principal events of .the V.l^C., Spring j Meeting : — i FIKST DAY— SATinnUT, OciouKit .10. I MELBOURNE STAKES. | One milo nmlaqunrter. . | Shoot Anchor ' Acnio William Toll ? KocuM Commotion ttoolku : i Miilua Itetort Industry i iHonomy Silver Mino. Lord William i Cyclops CliuKham . KitiKftah Morrimu Trontoir' Uraro / ])unlop . Mouottl CroMflrr Volcano Graeo JJarlliiff TumuriHk ? i The lMuttftOr - IIOTHAM ILAKDIOAP. One inilu audu-hulf aud n dlstuncu. . Uritisher UoKur Ueo .; . Littlo John ' : : KemtiH Tho Lovite Tis.-i o' Silver I Claptrap Western ltoolka ! The I'eucil lion licit JmpulHo Dunlop JtintcmiiHter Houcoo lluxhum First Prince StirdiiiH C'orioluuus ?SUveruliIH^, St. John Lancor Pomandez Cumorino Salvo . Metal Mrown and Roso Muronoy - Lewhii Silver Xing. Allluuuco Gardenia Minerva Acolyte Kivgle Graugu -? Zew-.- COnUIlO 8TAKK8. One -iiile and a furlouu* a Pocahontas Lord W...

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