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AMONG THE BOXERS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

? AMONG THE BoA'KRS. ? ' ; [jjr EoxEr.-MA.ioi]. ?'.* ' i -'ilioiusual mui'iber of admiww of .boxing! .?wore present on; StitUrdav evening, at -llibj IVlutei Horso^HaU, ;GoorgOT|tyoetj ,nnd .iff round ; after . round of nppttitso;, Cjvn , bej taken .13 a criterion that tho audietice were] highly anuit-od and . pleiuf-'d 'will; tlioj ?Tavioti3 . -'pilrfonners;'. then ? «tM ?:l»ropriotoK rthotihl feel ilattareil; and1 fool ftssnmUtliafc : si? a cafcoror. for; public ciimiiiflinont hei.jvasj successful. Owiu-j; 1,0 a number wilOiKyv. ? signified,, their .'infcentipn3.'itad,, desires to( show how th'oy eoiild acquit jlioniselvea notj turning lip,: the programme could ,iiot U« ? - strictly nflhqredtp;'-N(iycAlipe33|MivF6loyj succeeded, with the nwtfii'ijiV at harid'. riiv -pitting-; several coiiploBjtojKther .yliothnd; to struggle very hard to eyjide defeat, ' and hov. -woUrhe, siiuceqdcd iiuiuer such; i trying, circumstances those present can bear^niu[ out. . CTrcat-disappointiiieiii . w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

I£ctllcal. Weal: Nervous Invalids, and Olkcr^ :? Scctc-ing llcallh, Strength, and Emnjy. i)R. RiciiAki)S,}l5:R:c?l.?W Desires to inform suGerurs of botli aoxes that lt« hna j^nnnnoutly ostnMifrlicd Jtimself in Sydney, and inny hi future l-o conjitlUsl at liis roonis, 2\o. 7» Sl-riui;«strcot, fnre of cliutvo, by suIForera of both sexes from Nervous ami Physical Debility, Ex buustfxl Viliihtv. Vrouahir-i Decay, Paing in tbo Baolc, Head, or Client, I Cure Every ICsxso Undertaken. AVHKN I SAY CURE, ? I do not mean merely tq stop them for a tunc ami theu luiro them rcluin iwm— I menrt a rudiml cure. I li-Te'nruJe nervous prlvnto dtgoases a lifelong ami cnu s:ifely a' ouro in every case undertaken altera i mdrml 1 onsultation. Many jiorson^, irom thb ortcots of youthful im ]-nuknice, havo brous'h£itl-out a.Htat«, of weultuta.i thai luis rednceil . tho general sjHtein so innchas to , induce almost broiy otiier disease; and Die real C51USO of this disease aeajeoly over being tjiinpectod, th...

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WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN. Tho Italian opera troup which Signor Angelo took out to the United States re cently has corno to grief, It has boen dis banded, nnd is now reorganised as tlie 'Valda Opera Company,' under tho management of Mr. Gustavo Amberg, but only for the American 'provinces.' # « * At the sale of the effects of tho late Mr. Joso;-li Maas, his stage costumes, jewellery, and armour were bought by Mr. Barton M'Guclcin, his colleague and successor in the Carl Kosa Company. As Mr. Maas was a big man and his successor barely medium Size, the costumes will need the interven tion of the tailor. * # *? The great ? comic actor of Vienna, Girardi, has beeu offered fifteen thousand florins, besides passage nnd expenses paid out and home, by Director Conricd ofjfew York, for a fortnight's towrnei! in the United States next spring — an oilor which lie is strongly inclined to accept. « ? s ? A young composer, Mr. Sydney M. Shaw, has produced at St. James's Hall, nil oratorio called ' Get...

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SYDNEY AMATEUR CANVAS DINGY CLUE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

SYDNEY AMATEUR CANVAS . DING Y CXiTTB. ..The first monthly meeting of the new year in connection with the above club was held in the club-room, Market-street, on Wednesday evening last. The Commodore, 'MivG. Hellings, occupied tho chair, and a ?good number of menibors were '.present. ? Thei usual formal business,' being ..com pleted, Messrs. F. Hushes, J. Wiles', F/ ?Birch, C. and G. ,Robinson, E. Arnold, H. Bums, R. Bastern, 'and ; C. Ward were elected as members. Fom- names' were 'submitted for membership. Mr. ' H. Jarvis'- resignation ' was ; tendered and accepted. ..The ballot for tho position , of vice-commiodore resulted-' in .Mr. 'W. Fitz lienry. being, chosen for the position. Notice of motion was given for the expiil-; sioa of three members for- attempting to' defraud the club of subscriptions by alter ing a receipt ; same will comb under conT sideration next meeting. - ? .The protest onterod by the Cerise arid Blue against Pcarle for riot carrying a flag of the proper dime...

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Tko Cohen cup. VERONA V. ORMONDE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

Tlio Oohon Cup. . VeKONA V. OltMOKDB. This match was bronuht to a conolusion ou Satnr (lay, tho result beinK a win for tho Voronaa bv an innings and 13 irons. With flvo wickots d0,v„ for _2 runs, tho Ormpnilos resumed thoir second luuiugs, aud after about thirsty minutes' play t'10 last nmn was dismissed with tho score iit i- Lipmana. aver»(;o 'tliroiifrhout tho muteh was twelTO wickets for 18 runs, which speaks for Embuald v. Glkhsioui;. 1 Jiese clubs commenced their match in n.n second round on tho Cup wicket on fLt,?,,] ' Tho Eniorahls takinB the wickots flrst wer'^ TuV jiosed of 40 runs, Webster (10), R. j,oy^ „ 'f' jj), and Drivor (6) beiiiB (lio princi))al csntributors Iho Qlonuiores scorud M, Hallet 111, p M'L'alm 15' and Hunt 10. For the GltMnnovo Cummiim „ml Gillies bowled woll, an 4 Crookslumk and Drive? J°cost°of '2 rual J.' the fonnor -»'««» sis wickots at Bolviiloi-e v. Aslifield. ' mate!* was played yesterday on tho AsiiilolJ lieereation GroimJ. The nplvi-i»Ul. winnins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

' I :ll I . B'S . 1 STAND AKD ? ' IX CASE, The 'PMmeiMhiskypPure ? Palatable, and Pleasant J. BARRE JOHNSTON -AND. CO* 'AGENTS, 1 20, Loftus-street, Macquarie-plaGO.

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METROPOLITAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

StETB.OPOI.XTASr CUP. ; _ | * Ih'j 'second 'inatcli in tho second round for tho above-named- trophies ? was started oa tho Cup .wickot; yostcrduy afternoon between , tho Lily* .whites iuh! the Undauntcda, in 'tho presence .'of a fairnumber' of spectators. ' Tlie wicket; beiii:;' in, «flrrtt-class' order, and tho Lil.nvhitea:winning tbe to3Bol«»cted,lo bat, hut they only. managed to.seoro? ;Ss. ..wliieli WA3 owing to them boiii# ao yoiihg,and small .iii connvavf3oh to ilioir la'rgor.'op'poneiUs. The Undaunted then taok possession of tho wickota' and startcd.ver.r badly, iSix wiofeots beiug:down for? -4 .r.nno, tho. feature, of .tho,' inuiug3/b:ing t.li3 fine. ?bowl::ur'of Chainnari, wlio took f6nr 'wickets in six, b^lls. clcam l»oivLing'throe in three' tniccessivb lulls, ,'cTomg tlia liattriok. vLar/ then caineiii tonioudwat torfj. : 'As thini^i looked thi* ;Undriuitod y.*oiild;ii6t havo rea'ejied double figiiros.* Tiaw''*aiid 'Hbnghton b'jinir toguthertlley brought thoacore'to ^ whe...

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Gardiner Cup. HOFFNUNG AND CO. v. FELDHELM, GOTTHELF AND Co. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

? ' ;? ' ' ' : : Gardiner* Cup. ' .- : ? ft. HOFFNTJNQ AKD Co. V. FULDHEIM, B GOTTIIELP AKD Co. ^yaboTO was concludcd on Saturday last ^Agricultural Ground, resulting in- a TluMI. and Co. by two wickets and 3 on the \brams 29 not out, G. Miller 10 not win for SVming their innings required 12 runs. S. Ave latter .boing oloanod bowled ont, on rosmbeon added to tho score., runs to win, thr. GoxTUELr, and Co. after C runs had- Soeond Innings. . . FKi.immV — ;* V ?.0HB. ? 0J First Innings.'' ^ b Duvis ... ...21 Russell, b Patrick ... v 0 b Davis ... ... 1 Driver, c 'Davis, b KobSv „ :1° °°t ? Wnril, li Eons Ng run out ? 2 CMieu, b Harnett'' \ h.o.v., 1) n.ivis... 5 lkines, c Davis, b Patrick Colifen, b Davis S Hippoll, run out ? 1) Davis ? 21 Pi Abrahams, rim out '. 0 Patrick ... ?! Klnanuel, uot ,»ufc ? lj. ^atriok ... 0 A. Abrahams, b Vatrick 1 ? lriv^ ? ® Uydor, b Patrick ? o b W1'08 — * Booth, o aud b Patrick ... 0 b Ia __ SuV-1' -IO9 Total ? ' ... 57 : r^ilnifs. S. Horp.\-UNi; axd C...

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TEAM V. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. LAST MATCH. FIRST DAY—FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

SHAW'S, TEAM V. AUSTKALIAK : , , ELSVIjI-r. aiatch. ' ; , K:'' Finsi ;D,Vy— I'ninAT. ? ?? Tliis match. boiug tho final appo/i'ranco of the ,Ii^;C.C. Australian .cloven prior to' thoir dis . biiiul ing,: and ' li kowiso . t lio tliird o'ccastph' 011, ?yrliicli tlie two great t'diinis' laid mot to dispute tlio 'supremacy, caused nc5 onlinary excitement tlirougliont tlio 'colony.'' The attondance was good-' for a Friday; 'wliilo tiio wenthor and all el'jo vuro simply parfoction itself.,;. Tl'.e first match; played Borne few , weeks ago', rosiilteil in .1'vifitnrv . (after,, tlio . Englishmen had fol lowod, oii theiu' innings with ii luinpiiig' big .dofic.it) in '.a. win for; tlib'.y.isitprs; 'altliongh ov'qi'yono .' estimated ..it 'a ' moral eerta'.i-.ty for tho. Au^rajians. ,' Their second match ywas '(losci-ted boforo' eithoi- , side liad .obtained a decided benefit; and' now they start- in thoir third'and lost linal attompt to solvo;a rathor diflicult, though withal gratifying quest...

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RILEY CUP. Our Boys v. Marrickville. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

' : 4 2H2.EY CTTP. 1 Our Boys v. Harriciville. . ?These clubf; commenced thoir match for tho ?oup on- the Northern wickot, aud so far as tho play has proceeded, tho rosult x l®ot-- liko i an easy win lor tho Mamokvilles, The : Oar ' Boys wont to tlio wickets first, but wero soon ! got rid of by Sweetman and Folkcs (both-: oE whom bowled exceedingly woll) for tho | mo *gre scoro of 01 runs. Davidson, who ran I up 10, beforo Sweetman found a weak spot, was the only batsman who .could do anything with tho bowliug. * ' Tho Marrickville batsmen, with so soft a task to nerforni, started thoir innings, and succcodcd in running up tho respectable total of 13-i runs. G. French with 47 was top scoro, and played a fine game for his runs. It will bo remembered, that he scored woll in tho last cup match. A. French, Dibley, and Sweet man also played well, whilst Miprgan, who secured threo wickets for 35 runs, and J.. Stedman two for 25. bowlod host for tho Our Boys. Tho fielding of both toains wa...

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MELBOURNE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

MEIiB QTJRHE GUN CLUB. ? A clnb trophy, with 2 sovs. sweepstakes, was shot for on Friday afternoon: nine birds, to bo won outright. ' At tho conclusion, Messrs. '\Y. Sayer and Lloyd tied with eijrlit each, and the latter proved successful oil tho fifth additional bird, Mr. Sayer's last unfortu nately dropping dead over the boundary fence. Appended are tho scores : — /, =? ?V.r. Llyocl, Slvils ? 11111101111111— 13 'W. Sayer, Oiivds. ? 0 1111111111110-42 J. I. Purvos, iifido ? 'OUWinns- ' ? J. C. Smith, Sly.ls. ? 100i. J. Murmy, 27vi1b. ... (WIe' If. Q-. Popum, SS.vdfl. ? ? IOIOk r. W. Jao-.soii,;S2yds ... ' . ..* 1 10-jCr, ! . 'Assumed uame. it retired. ' ?'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

Tho story is told of a good i Methodist brother, an itinerant, who sought shelter for the night at a certain farm-house. The woman demurred, bill;, there had been a long drought, and when the minister suggested that his prayers might move the Lord to send tho rain, she consented to let him stav. During the night the floods camo, nnd when the good woman eame down in tho morning nnd found her fences and cliicken-coops had sailed off for parts uuknown, she was much cast down. Tho minister made his appearance, much re freshed in body and mind, aud found his hostess gazing on the watery waste. Slio; turned in response to his salutation, and said, iii' a self-deprecatory air — ' I don't blame you. It was Jill luy fault. . I , ought' to liavo known better.' ' Why,' what is' tho matter?' inquired her guest. 'Were not my prayers - answered iu a copious ^ manner?' and he rubbed his hands' together with great satisfaction. 'I' don't blame you nt all,' continued the woman. 'It was all my fault....

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N. S. W. GUN CLUE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

N.S.W. GUN CLUB The fifth competition for tho Summer Cup (to bo won twice) took place on Saturday last, tho holders being- Mossrs. G. 13. Modini, H. E. Lord and W. C. Hill. Tho birds wero good, and a tio was deelarod between Messrs. *S. Grant. (30) and G. B. Modini (29),. each having killed oight out of nine. In the slioot off Messrs. *S. Grant and G. B. Modini (29) lot thoir, oloventh bird escape thom, and Mr. Grant following-, a^ain failed' to kill his bird. This loft Mr. Modini to kill to win, which ho did. Appondod aro tho scores : — SDMirer. cur. To be won twico. iil optional sweep : 2s. 6d. en tmuco ; uiiio birdfi ; two lnispes out. G. B. Jilo'lini, 2yyds„ Osborne, G.F.-A. 111111011101 'S. Grant, 30yds., Osborne, C.F.A. ... 111111011100 A. 13. Lee, 27yds.. Turdoy, C.V.A. ... 10111110k vTill, 'J3yds.,-l{icluirds, G.F.A. ... lOlllllUa H. J3. Lord, Slyds., Purdey, C.r'.A^., 011110b 'W. C. Hill, 3«vde..Pm(U-y, C.T.A. ...1100k ' ?Assumed lavmes. b retired. C^.F.A., centi-al flro mo...

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THE THEATRICAL EMPLOYEES' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

THE THEATRICAL EMPLOYEES' PICNIC. Tho employes of the Sydney theatres held a very successful pionic en Sunday last at Sans Souci. Luncheon was served in the best style, and the juvenile portion of the company busied themselves in athletic contests for various costly and ornamental prizes, and the entire outing was very successful. After the performance ot the Bleeping Beauty terminated on Monday night the stage was cleared, and those interested met to bring the affair to an end. Mr. Goodman occupied the chair, and, in opening tho proceedings, said that a depu tation of the employes had waited on him, and asked him to present the prizes won at their recent picnic. ' He had suggested that Mr. Williamson should be asked, but as Mr. Williamson was notthen in Sydney, and tho necessity for settling the matter at once, they thought it best he should preside. The balance-sheet showed that J!21 12s. Cd. had been collected, and after all expenses had been met, a substantial balance was left i...

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SALING AND ROVING. SAILING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

SUTxING AND ItOFING SAILING NOTE8. (Et ' Backstay.') ? ; Tho finish of last Saturday's ra^or tho Commodore's . Cup seemed to b» very popular ono, to judge by the afont of cheering which took place. I m;lf was very glad to see it, as it must j very gratifying to Mr. Milson, after 1 the trouble ho has taken, to have hiiibu in first-rate order. He was at tho ti ; and sailed her well, except once or t e she uiipttaxea to oe jammeu wu muc A nis evidently does not suit her. | The skipper of tho Sirocco did n seem to trouble himself much about trace. Many a^time sails might have beeni, and to advantage. She did not seem tro as well as is her wont, but takes thfccond prize of .£15 added by the olub. The Assegai takes the third pri viz., the entrance fees, being only one nute behind the Guinevere. The Asseg.'irent vory well, and had a good race w the Guinevere at Bradley's Head. Tlfirst time back they were both togetl the Assegai leading, and from this o the Guinevere made the minute she bs ...

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ROWING, [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

BJWIWG. (By ' Cornstalk.') The Woollaomooloo Rowing Club is add ing in a quick rate to its member list. Within the last quarter some fifteen or more new members have entered. The sheds are conveniently situated on the west side, ^of-jthe -Domain, And. -liOH versary Regatti, and in tho maideii double four sculls they will be represented by W. Matterson (a younger brother of Neil and Charlie), the brothers G. andW. G.Higgs and Boschell, while in the maiden double sculls J. Poole and R. Sims will do battle for the honour of the club. The Lake Bathurst Regatta, on the 14-th inst., is the all-abBOrbing topic in rowing circles. The entries and handicaps are as follows: — Chos. Clifford, scratch; Neil Matterson, scratch ; P. Kemp, 4sec. ; C. Messenger, 9sec ; C. Neilson, 103CC ; C. Matterson, 14sec. ; J. Wolfe, 19sec. ; C. Jones, 25 sec; J. M'Lean, 35sec; J. Stmbury, -tOses. It seems strange that when Neil Matterson and Kemp have been matched on even terms that one should be asked to give ...

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LIVING BALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

LIVING BALLS. \ ' You have large hornets' nest\in this country,' said a sportsman :uid TuVura-list to liis host, after a day's shootingnear a small settlement in Tasmania. \ ' I have never noticed them,' relied his friend, ' and I have hunted everymile of forest within a hundre.-l miles of hele.' ' Then I am afraid you are not 'ery observing,' said the first speaker. 'On ? my way home I noticed one nest on a hijh 1 tree, that looked like a great football sis- : peuded to a dead branch. It wa 1 shoud ' judge, two feet in diameter, and near th; little stream just above here, at dusk, i saw a limb that had two more equally largo nests upon it. I would have tried to secure one, but the tree was too difficult to climb, and I was out of shot.' ' I should like to see one,' said the host, with a smilo, ' and to-morrow will go with you.' The day following the sportsmen started out early, with their servants and dogs, the visitor leading the party to the tree that hal borne the supposed wasps...

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SPORT AND EARNEST. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

SPORT AND EARNEST. On racecourse and cricket fielij, on green turf or'' blue water, the young Australian carrics all before him. Man for man, ho may in individual cases find the pride taken out of a champion now and then, but if he depends on his general average of achievements, he stands far and awav above his only competitors — his British kinsfolk — in all manly sports whatever. Tako a hundred leading cricketers from the best clubs in England and a, hundred more from tho chief clubs' in Australia, and the Australians will be found to be infinitely superior. At football our supremacy is equally incontestible. At rowing, a lost art in England, our men bear off the palm from all the rewers of the world, while the smartest yachtsmen in British waiers turn pale when they' see the work our tiny craft are put ? to, and the dauntless fashion in wlich our amateur sailors really rule the waves. Nothing in the way of manly spsrfc or athletio exercise comes amiss to young Australia, who, bei...

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Tom Tiddler' s Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

Tom Tiddler's Ground! During tho last eighteen hundred yeaE or so a very great many things have betf said in sermons that would never have bee, said at all had the commonest decency bei. consulted. But never, I think, was 1 th(£ anything said in a sermon so desnj^^ so utterly mean, unmanly, and c®j tho things that were said last SunBy tho reverend person who has made so Busy in tiia attempts to defeat t 0n(j3 of justice, to up3ot the verdict of tl :u_ and to help tho cause of the cr ;nnj^ whoso portraits appear in this day's rcrce For a Christian minister should eforg all things be slow to impute ev; an(j above all things be over ready to h _ y1(J desolate and oppressed. But this has not hesitated to east from the ulnifc the foul imputation of perjury uj n t]le witnesses for tho Crown in the ount Eennio case,- and actually hurls an ; .usa. tiou of bearing false witness again miserable victim of his clients' br ai;ty at tho very momont when her on ,Dr ? teetors announce their belief ...

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SPORTING ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

SPjOETISTG ECHOES. Hutchets defeated Merchant, Cantorbiry subscriptions due. Tho B»rl has gono to tho stud. Sammy Cracknoll is about again, ? The ItoSJtta won the yacht raeo. Ackernun won Malono's Sheffield. Tho Rydes defeated the Carthonas. Tho Rcf;rcc is becoming very popular. First Prince won tho Perth (S.A.) Cnp. Malono 'ill not run on tho Carrington. Tho Australians' cricket was very poor. Races at Bathurst 011 Anniversary Day. Very fewon tho rifle range on Saturday Hobartvilo salo takes placo oa the 20th.' Hutchcns runs against tho record to day. Tho Herf forfeited a tenner to the Violet. j Hanlan ays that Australia Is a nice place. A. Churdi's disqualification stands good. Slaven is -pon to box any man in Aus tralia. Folsy had a good house on Saturday .evening. Sullivan aid Sheedy go to London in April. The Princt of Wales visited Archer's gravo. Princo Charlie (deceased) won 25 races out of 29. Manilla raceiourse kindly lent by Mr. C. Baldwin. The turf in Queensland is stead...

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