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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887
THE SUNDAY TIMES. bus addcil FOUR THOUSAND COPIES . ; To its Woelily Circulation since it passed into the hands of Ub present 1'rojtri^torb on tlie Eleveutli of August, and roplacod mid»-r tho euro of its oriyim] S:litor, Jtlr, £dt?/.ki» Ellis. ,THE SUNDAY TIMES is the only Pnpcr in Sydnoy whoso circulaiion has stoadiiy incrouscd during tJ.e recent Uej-Ttu- ? aiou of trude. THE SUNDAY TSMES ? ? is the foremost authority on ATHLETICS, . ? bozjxq, . CRICKET, . . ? DKAMA FOOTBALL, GUX aud HIFLE, ' . -KAYAL aad MILITAHY ' , i. ? ? ' ? HOVEMEN'i'S, PEDESTRIANISM, ? ..v ? uacing; HONVING, SAILING, ' ? ' , TilOTTJHU, and every Sport ftnd Amusement of tho i-cox^e. THE SUNDAY TIMES Is the oulyPaper in Australia that. furmshosSnmlny readiuij iuthe shiipi u£ liuj Liten'.turo and News. THE SUNDAY TIMES Is tho only Paper by whicli iiio entire account of Saturday u Sports and Aimiiernsuts can bb^oad lti . udvaucc of llouday'B jourmUs. ; , THE SUNDAY TISV5ES | Contains a ' . SPECIAL LA.DIK3* DHPAE...
QUEENSLAND SPORTING' BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887
QUEENSLAND SPORTING (FROM ODB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) UltlHIUNK. f Our local- sportsmen will have a goou Test now that the Christmas meetings are all over. The next race meeting to be held At Eagle Farm will bo the two days' meet ing of Tattersall's Club at Easter, and tben will follow the Q.T.C. Autumn Meet ing. It will be somewhat of a rolief for inoat of us to have a rest, for during the past month the number of meetings in different parts of the colony has been somewhat appalling. Still it must bp considered a healthy sign when ho many liberal programmes can be advertised. I wonder that more New South Wales men do not send horses tip here to compete. Tho racehorses in Sydney that havo no earthly chance in the good company they meet, but if they were sent up hero they would havo a great show of winning. Tako tho case of Uounie Bee and 15. Y. Thoy were handicapped hero and had 110 difficulty in landing a couple of good doubles. It is a woll known fact that our chief liandicappers inva...
MELBOURNE CRICKET. M.C.C. v. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887
MELBOURNE CRICKET. I M.C.C. v. Biohmond. A throo-dayn' matoh hotweon* the first oloromt of tho above claba woh commenced on tho Molbourno Ground last Saturday. - Tho M.CO. battod first, and at tho oloso of tho day'R play had lout nix wiokot* for 221 runs. Waltorfl playod a gobd innings' for 125 runs. Tho scoro is oh follows M.C.C. Walters, o Propating (sub)., bOvor ... 125 Duffy, b Barnard ? 41 Swift, c nnd b Multott ? 10 ? Dickson, o Itarnnrd, bMullctt ... ' ... 20 Cottar, b Mull«tt ? 0 Ullathorne, not out ? ? 2 Shoe, b Over ... .% ? 0 Ryal, not out ? 5 Log.byus ? , ? S Total for six wickets ? 221
Boyle and Scott's Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887
Boyle and Scott's Cup. . Tho matchoH for Mohhm. Boyle and Scott's Junior Challcngo Cup wero continued on Saturday with the following- results Quoens berry v. Footncray, in tho Royal Park. Tho Footscray battod and were all disposed of for F. English with 1G boing tlio top scoror. 'VVal. Johnson bowled well, securing eight wiokots for 28 runs. Tho Queonsberry havo lost six wickets for 122 runs. 'William Johnson 20, J. Howlott 27, Bailey 21, Skinner 18, and Chrystal, not out, 15, being the prin cipal scorers. Austral v. Camberwell, at Camberwell. — Austral first innings 41. Tho following bowled woll for the Camberwell : — E. Dunn, three wickets for 6 runs. \V. Dunn threo for 17, Hamilton two for 17. Camberwell havo scored Bl runs for sovon wickets. Hamilton, 21 not out, principal scoror. Capulct v. North Fitzroy. — North first in nings 107. Capulet first innings 1)3. For the lattor, Helling* mado 32, W. Quirk 10, Ward 19, Donnelly 10 not out. Logan took soven wickets for 30 runs. Tho N...
South Melbourne v. St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887
South Melbourne v. St. Hilda. A. two-days' matoh botweon those clubs wan commoncod on Saturday on tho South's ground. Subjoinod aro tho scoros : — St. Kilda.— First Innings. Johnson, b II. Trotfc ? 16 Finlay, b II. Trott ? 21 Smith, 1 b w, b H. Trot't ? 5 Curr. b M. Minchin ... - ? 5 Hatch, c Sleight, b H. Trott ? 1 Griffiths, c liyrio, b IJarrott ? 13 Watson, b JtoborU ? 15 \ Francis, b Roberts ... ' ? 15 Siddley, run out ... , ? 2 Low, not ont ? 0 Miller, b ItobortB ? ? ... ... 0 Sundries ? i..' 22 Total ? ...115 South Mkljiouune.— First Innings. H. Trott, not out ? ? 27 Hyde, not out ... ? 13 Suudrics ? 7 No wickets for ? 47
Hutchens and Samuels. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887
Hutchens and Samuels. (By "Shoespike.") &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Next Monday Hutchens will run his first match in Australia. Malone's was to have been the first, but the aboriginal party were found willing to risk a century, and a match was quickly made. Samuels has not had much time for preparation, but is quietly doing work on the Agricultural Ground. He looks if anything fine, and not so strong and in such good "nick" as &nbsp; when he won the Botany. As an aboriginal Samuels is a first-rate runner, and about the best of them. I question, however, if he is class enought to stretch the world's champion and anticipate Hutchens to win comfortably. I may add I do not expect even time to be broke. The following is a copy of the articles ' ? Articles of a^reoment entered into this 5fch day of January, 1887, between Charles Samuols (aboriginal) and Harry Hutohens for iJlOO aside, by which they io agree to run a straight-away race of 150 yards, on tho Car ring...
NATIONAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
NATIONAL REGATTA. (By Backstay.) Patron, His Excellency tiie Kiffht Hon. Ji.uon Carriugtou; president, His Worship the Mayor of .Sydney. Pulling races. — Umpire, J. P. Gamin, Esq., M.L.A.; judge, J. Ijlnckhnm ; starter, C. Bros. Sailing races. — Umpire, P. C. Trobeck ; starter, A. Green. Hon. treasurer, C. Bros ; lion, secretary, C. 0. Medcalf. It. l.i .seiaoiu, fortunately,, that the National Kegatta Committee have to con tend against such difficulties in the way of inclement weather as beset them yester day. The , heavens frowned upon their efforts to provide n.good day's sport for the friends who annually patronise them in n manner which i.s seldom witnessed at this part of the year, and the disappoint ment was more felt as a most excellent programme, of races had been prepared. With exception of the weather, however, no fault could be found with anything. The arrangements made were as near perfection n3 people can get them in these sublunary spheres, and the various events passe...
MELBOURNE LETTER. MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
S|^Pb6Bkne letter. '???&'?%-' ' ~ — v — (FRO3I OUIi OWX C!OKEESPONDENT.) Monday Evening. . The meetings of the Victoria Club held at Caulfield on, Stitttrday proved a decided success so far ae attendance and pood rac inp; are concerned, but it is doubtful if the club will realise tlie great pecuniary benefit that has beerr anticipated. There is no doubt, however, bnt the -Victorian Club made a good isiOT-e in selecting; Caulfield as the scone oS this year's meeting, and it will receive sums? greater benefit from the takings than -has hitherto been the case. An attendant that makes a very good, show at CaulfteM has a poor appearance at Flemington, ,bkI on the whole the former is the betttvr place for a small meet ing. The clbh -will not, however, thank me for the insinuation that their moot ing should ' Be classed with the small ones, and! certainly is should be placed soniGwiaat above the many Satur day afternoon races that have to be chronicled. . It will be seen from a gla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
JOHNSON'S STOUT THE 'COMPASS' BRAND. JOHNSON'S STOUT GUmNESS'S CELEBRATED BREW. JOHNSON'S' STOUT IX LARGE CHAMPAGNE BOTTLES. JOHNSON'S STOUT - UNUSUALLY LARftE CONTEXTS. JOHNSON'S STOUT FOR LADIES AND INVALIDS. JOHNSONS STOUT IN SPLENDID COND^'IOK. JOHNSON'S SXOUT THE BEST TONIC FOR SUMMER. 'JOHNSON'S ctmf'YflTnn AT ALL THE BEST SYDNEV HOTELS. 'JOHN8ONT STOUT At all the BEST COUNl'HY HOTELS.; JOHNSTON'S® STOUT ^ , Solo Agent' — DE LISSA and PU1LLIPS, H. ? Harrai V-iti et,S)dney. ISDoniretti's Roberto JKueuid has been vunnin' succeBsfully at tho AleMiudia Thcatio since Monday night The Queen Elizabeth of Sitfuorn Ciuti «ni a lu^hlj finished performance, «hil' tho Saia ot Sitrnorina Cavalleri came ns- a pleasant surprise. The E.u-1 of Esbcv ot feignop Lazairini was -the woik oi .m intist, anil tho r^innimng- chnr-w.ttu wcn- all ?» ell placed. Tho highest pxaiso ib due to tho orchebtia (iml coiiductoi, Signoi Huzon ^ t v SUNDATTIMES. TO ADVERTISERS. THE SUNDAY TIMES hasa rcBiilar and s...
The Sydney Turf Club Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
The Sydney Tuvf Club Meeting. Kotwilhstunrtinj; t:--.- .^.-'.-m which burnt over Iho city and ri::l-i:il-- on Tuusduy evening, nnd the heavy downpour which continued :ill night, tin- [iliovu meeting took place ynstunliiy. Almn.:t everybody looked forward to a poitt-'-ni.'iiH'iit, and by .10 o'clock fully four liiiiidr..-.I sporting men hud a.sseml)led in front of TiiUitkuH'h Hotel to ascertain tin: d-fUion of tlie com mittee, who had appointed a meeting at. that hour to decide fit her for or against lioldir.^ the m.;r;tin» . They had not long to wait, for n f« minutes lifter tin: nppointnd time it was announced that the date should not lie dltvi-cd. In truth it laust be admitted tl.n.t the miijority were in unison with the ollioiah, and within the 1 apace of five ininutf.i ac\ir.:ely a person whs seen opposite tl:e favourite rendezvous, all having taken their departure to prepare for the races. The decision at thut hour certainly looked to be convet, as the rain ?which had fallen du...
NEW ZEALAND JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
NEW ZEALAND JANUARY. 27, 28— Tokomairiro Annual. D February. 3, 5— Wellington Summer. 4— Clntho. Annual. 23, 24, 26 — Duuedin Autumn. March. , 8,9 — Wan ganui Autumn. , ' 11— Waipawa County Autumn. 15, Ifi. 17— Hawko'H Bay Autumn. , 17 — Heatheote Autumn. 17— Waikouaiti Annual. ' 23— Dnnodin Annivoreary. ', - 23, 2i — Oamurn Autumn. 11,12— Canterbury Autnmn. 11, 12— Auckland Autumn. ' ? Mat.^ ? 24— Potnne Winter. ? 'li, 25— Duuodin Winter. . ; . ?TUN-K. . V' 4r~ Auckland Stooplecbaso. '23— ilawkc'n liay Kteoplechaso.
TASMANIA. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
, ' TASMANIA. 1 FJ5BBCABT. - - ' JJ^BoaconsfieM Turf Club Mooting. Nomi nations, November 30; weights, Do r, j . pombor 7. AccoptanoCB ana nomina tions Maiden Plato and Frco Handicap, Docombor 22. ,9, 10, 11 — Tasmanian Booing Club Mooting. Entries for Hobart Cup, Wilnon Memo rial Stakos, and T.E.Ci Handicap, January 3 ; wcitflits for Hobart Cup, January 14 ; acceptances for Hobart Cnp and gonoral entries. January 25; woightn for othor racos, February 1. J7, 18— Nominations Launoeston Cup and Two-year-old Race. T.T.C. Handicap nnj StoopleohaHO. General entries close January 25. Woights Launoeston Cup, Steoplechoso, &c. Fobruarv 11. March, 1887. 10, 11— Tasmanian Raoing Club Meeting. Erodes for Hobart Cup, Wilnon ^ ' aMotntrial Stakos, and T.R.C. Handicap, .January 3; weights for Hobart Cup. li: accoptanoos for Hobart Cnp and goEeral entries, 25 j weights for other races, Fobrunrv 1. 10— Soroll Mooting. MABCH. in— Soroll Races. 7, 18— Midland Jockey Club's Annual filoet.
VICTORIA. JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
V iCTOlilA. January $SS*20— Goo'onjr Kkcch. Fiist ffirfoit Sires ' ' Produce Khd Foal SKKca, Ylcccmber t- ; entries HariHci/. Itnilwoy 'Stakes. Cup. ' Grand ?)ii.ii(l Stakes, .Iwtmile. State, Geolon& Handicap liti't Steaploehavs. 20: TOiKlitn, .TftMiaVy- 11 ?, (,-ouernl cntricv.. 17 ; nccerftinu'.^ 24. i '23— Ecbnc& TAiiro Club SVo'iRnf. Entries for Eclint' a Handicav.TH.TiUo 'Boeo. Flyinjr Ptatt, '* January T7 : wcitrhfct. jMvnaTy - 22 ; -iccoptancct, '.nil Rcueral cniiscH, ; Ja.fi Miry 27. ' . ? : , Fbb»uME\-. 1'87. ! ' 2— PyraflM Hill JoekOi V:iub M.-otins. Bi-I i lrV.w for Pwwuil Tlill iW.^p.l lluciios' Braelk and Hnnttc Uwfe,' Jimiinry -t- ?.w.ifrhts, .TonimTV 11', ? iieueptonws ?anil general ontr/t-s Jki- Tinr.v 20. 2— BnchOKter .Twekey'duh Mooting. Rn'trlcs i-or Tlnclwrftar Tlanilic.iip, H-rrrffif Tfuro, i.nd Trrfc, SuiMary 18 ; «t'k-Vi*, JV.ii \mry 25.; ?uKsoptonccs ai:3 geWMiil ?entries. fc'hiimrv l.S ' 2, 3-Ararat TWf CAub Mnctiirc. 'uTrftries. for Ararat O...
SPORTING FIXTURES. THE TURF. RACES TO COML. SOUTH WALES. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
SPORTING FIXTURES. THE TURF. EACES TO COSIb. NEW SOUTH WALES. Febucaut. 1ft, 17— Glen ItoiM Jockey (Jluo iiceang. EutrioH for Annexation Handicap, Glen Innos Cnp, Furraraba-l Stakes, Dibbs Plato, PreMdciifH I'urcf!, nnd Sopura tion Haniicap, Fol.mary 2; weights, Fcbrutirj 12 : acceptance, February 2'j. II ARCH. 1C, 17 -Glen I-nnci .I.C. KntrtolO. H 17— Albnty Mi'olinir.-KntriCB for Albnry CUp, itc, February 16 ; weights, Fob ruarS 23 ; acceptances, March 'J ; fc'cno r'al ij.itrien, March l.'i. Mat. 3— Eopeftll Centennial Cup, rlosing states. Fi.-st pnymont o -JS1O, Hay 3 ; nccond wivmont. i-20, Suptemlicr 0. '23— Ceiown Annual Mcef.ntr. — Entne* for t'landicapn, FcYftnary 22 : weighta, Mnvcii 'A ; acceptors, Murcli 15 ; general entries, llarc'h 10.
ANNIVERSARY SPORTS AT BATHURST. (BY WIRE.-FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). Bathurst, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
ANNIVERSARY SPORT8 AT BATHURST. (B7 VVIliE. — FROM OUR OWN COBRESPON DKNT). Bathurst, Wednesday Xight. The sports ciuno oft to-diiy on the cricket ground, but as it was mining all the after noon, the attendance was not good. The bicycle races were, certainly the big events of the day, and were well contested. The Sheffield Drofc6sional and amateur linudicaps were, well contested, but produced nothing startling. Fred. Wood, the champion 'bicycle rider was defeated by the local rider, G. Wibiird, both in the one and three mile races. Wood got up second in tho one mile race, but received a nasty fall in the last lap of the three mile mcf. N'othing very serious resulted, hap pily. The following are the results of the most important items on the programme : ONL MILE PROKKBSIONAL BICYCLE HANDICAP. G. Wyburd. BOyd*. (Bathurat) ... 1 ? Fred. Wood, tier. (Uiurlnnd) ? 2 'K. Jamea, 50ydB (Eiujliiml) ? 3 Time— 2min, 45 3-3sec. After a splendid race Wiburd landed homo somewhat easily. Thi:i:u Mi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
KUri'ER'S ELBERFELD LAGER BEER PUKE. SPARKLING, AWD BEFnESHING ADMITTED -iy nil COSSUMEES to lo t!io BRIGHTEST ami BEST LAOEK in tho Haricot. . EACH B0TTLB GUARANTEED BMOHT TO Tin: LAST DUOP. ' . I' ASK for IT,,nud SEE that YOD GET IT. OBTAINABLE' OF ALL WIKE SFIBIT MERCHANTS. BSBSM t