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Caulfield Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

Caulfieia Jotting:/. Campbell has sent his throe twoye.ir oldi* to QuooneolilTe, -n-h-re he rutc-nds 10 reside after the March meeting. The steeplechaser Gilderoy has returned to the Western district. Louis; Berta hns been placed in Jones' hands. Martin O'Brien, who rode Mia Mia in the Janiinry Handicap, i? laid up in the Alfred Hospital with a broken collarbone. J. Kiug informs me that lie hfis been promised a few horses, and intends to erect half-a-dozen boxes at once. Allen, who received a nasty shaking while riding Quandary in tho Hurdle Race on Saturday, is much better, and expects to be out of the hospital on Thursday. Mr. Cooper's horses arrived during the week, and are located at Foubham's estab lishment. Roberts, the cross-country rider, who has been laid up in the Alfred Hospital for ainorith with typhoid fever, was discharged on Sunday.

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THE TRIGGER. A £75 HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

. THE TRIG(ML. ? A £-75 HANDICAP. A handicap of 75 sovs., and other vahitfiis prizes, were shot for on the Hurlinghailt groimd, Melbourne, on Thursclfiy. Twenty six nocoptcd, the numbor ot birds in which was three; first miss out. There wore fifteen two, shooting under tho ossnmcc! names »' a.o.. iuiu uoonamuie^ wiio killed nine bird each, and thon divided first and second money of 50 flovs. and 20 sovs. Tho third prize of 5 sovs. tics, and those were oventually roi'.uoed to was divided between Mossrs. Eourko and Untton with eight each. Below are the prin cipal scoros:— ?A.A., :My-l8 ? ? llliIlUl-9 ?Coouamble, 2.1yds ? 111111111— 0 F. Hutton, CTyils ? ? 311111110-8 W. L. EonrVc, 'J4j(ls ? 111111110— S ?Assumed uuuios. After tho completion of the shootir.? for tho above handicap, a gold chronometer ar.d albert, as also a silver tea and coffee service wore shot for. jur. J. C. Smith appropriated tho first named prizo, and Mr. W. L. Eoarko tho second. ;

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AMONG THE BOXERS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

AMOflff THE BOXERS. [lOr 'Bosap.-Muo '?- As stated in.-niy last th'' iv.(ln'tion ill tho price of admission it Tolty's G-uina sium has had a decide 1 cift.ct- 01 the at toudiinei'. Lr.st S.iturdiy ni^ht the uum ber that gained an uutri cefai on'nu uiv prui-ioiu record. The tui 3e paits piovided for those who i).iv then 'bob' wae rather more than pns'itd, tl 'y woio 111 ?dei'd crowded ; fully loO a oie compelled to stand, and the screwing nml twisting to ?^et ;-/ glimpse fit thep'i'ounus wcie not very much appreciated by the spoct itoi The gallery over the dooi ?nas- ilso crowded to suffocation, while tin chillis a id galleiy ?occupied by the 'upp 1 ten ' had it carrying capacity fully tested 1 lit. oidu. maintained, was ? extremely f,ood H«kii.e Thompson and Governor Foley having no trouble to keep tho audience under control. Hero and there enthusiasts could be heard urging on their ' ixwfcicjilnr favourite to exert himself a little more, but such things will always exist, as burnin...

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A GOOD SUGGESTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNDAY TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

A GOOD SUGGESTION. (TO THE EBITOIl OF THE SffSDAT TI»I:S ) bu, — Having in mind tho splendid sue cess nttiiined , by the Bivlniain Working Mon'B Bowing Club since its establish ment, I think it would be a splendid op poitunity to suggest that a Working lien's ? ltowinsr Club ba formed somewhere in this neighbourhood of Miller's Point.or Dawos Point, to bring forward young men wh« nre debarred from joiuing the various lowing olubs around Sydney fer the simple reason that they pull off their coats to earn a living. I am fully convinced that if such a club was started I could obtain fully twenty-five members myself, and I believe that there are several noted sporting men in the immediate vicinity who give their sympathy towards the movement. I bear that tho veteran, Dick Green, tried to start such a club, but failed, not for tho tv ant of members, but for practical support in tho shapo of inftuontini sporting men to back him up. Hoping you will give this matter publicity, — I am, &...

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ARARAT TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

ARARAT TURF CLUB. The following aro tho entries for ' tho Ararat Turf Clnb Meeting, which is to be held on the 2nd and 3rd of February :— Fiubt Day.— Wednksday, Fedruaey 2. LADIES' BUACELE'l'. Valuo 2-'-f,o-iB, given by Mr. W. Chirnsido, with 25 wb. addod. Half a mile. V5«tim Dunrobin Woodbino . Sir Charles ' Princess Alice Nsna Livingstone Rocket Chiciigo Beta St. Lonis, Prattle Banjo Stafford Typhoon Vaerolite Islaiuler Lady Annie. AKAP.AT CDP, ? Of 100 sova. Oue mile and a-lmlf. JaeknCBs Mavdow AllBlook B. £). Cat's-eyu Honeycomb Islander Speculation Sirocco King- Billy Allandcr ' Wairarapu, Glen King Princess Alice Bclmont Mayno ' Vagrant ' Lady Floworfield Duchess ? ? Tlio Ace Country Boy Muscat. GRAND STAND 8TAKES, Of 1.8OV. each, with {JO sovs. added. Ono mile Victim '' ':''*? Olivotto Circe Woodbine - Typhoon, . - Wairarapa St Patrick Aepramonto Arintidos Spinning Wheel Ursula ' '??'? ' Staiford Sirocco Jtiamta , Vmrohto ' Banjo , Glen King January First Mate Nana Body Bird....

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TASMANIA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

TASMANIA RACING CLUB. Tho following entries woro roceived on Wednesday for the Summer Meeting, to bo bold at Hobart on tho Oth, 10th, and 11th of Fobruirry : — hoeaut cur, ?Of 300 sovs. .; nocoiid, 35 sovs. : third, 15 sovs. Ono mile and a half. Tho following- -n-eig-hfci have been de clared : — HOBAHT CUP. st. lb. st. lb. Dnra-tion ... 10 10 Iroqnois ... 7 8 Volcano ... 9 0 Harvester ... 7 5 Gardenia ... 8 (- FiBh b' Silver... 7 2 Hcxhiun ? 8 4 Amelia ? 7 2 HanoyBoo ... 8 2 First Light ..: 7 0 Salvo 8 0 Cestns ? 7 0 SPoeahontos ... 8 0 Mayday .-:. ? 6 12 Vision.... : ... 8 0 Maori Chief ... 6 12 Essio ... ...! 7 13 Knave ? G9 'vycBtorn .... 7 12 Boroalis '... G 9 Ufliberto , .... 7 10 Stalbert ...' G 7 MontTtti .. 7 10 King Louis . G 2 Gran\\llo „. 7 8 Bay Middloton G 0 Tho acceptances clone on January 23. Nctlson mkmobiat. stakkb. Of 120 bovb\: second, 15 sovs. ; third, 5 sovs. Ono\round and a distance. (Melbourne Entries.) Iioqcoifi ^-, Harvertcr Fish o' Silver,, .. Honeybeo Eesi...

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WELLINGTON CUP WEIGHTS. TO BE RUN 3RD FEBRUARY. WELLINGTON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

WELLINGTON CUP WEIGHTS, To BE Run 3bd Fbiiroaby. WEIiLINO'ION CU1'. st.lb. st.lb. Nelson ... ... 9 12 Armouror ... 7 5 Pasha ? 8 4 Derwcntor ... 7 4 Adminifitrator 8 i! Trickslor ... 7 4 FnsiKdo . S 3 Ruby . 7 4 Wjiitiri ' ... 8 S British Lion ... 7 i Thunderbolt ..80 Sabsbury .. G 12 Totford ... 8 0 Torpedo ... 0 12 TigrodR, . ? ... 8 9 Chnrmgr ... G 10 Spado Guinea . 7 13 Rivulet ... G 9 Cinderella .? 7 11 Ahaua ? 6 7 silence ... ... 7 10 Musk Roso ..'. G 7 Artillery ... 7 9 Cremorno ... G G Titbit ? ' 7 8 Tho Slmh ... G 5 FirfitLord ... 7 8 LadyNorah ...- G 0 Rumour - ... 7 7 Fardingalo ... 0 0 DENiMqciN j.c, ? smrs1 PBOOVCE stakes, 1 . , 1889. , Sir. G. C. .Teflrev'H b f, by Motooi1— Actress Mr. II. Dovliug's 1) c, by Uctcor— daui by Touch. - , ctaie' Mr. .7. roatlelliwaito'B 1- e, by Metoor'— dam uy - Alarm Mr. J. M'C'rno'B 1/ 1, by Lothalr— La Bollo Mr. G. AUicvoffi) b or br f, by llurcirtca— naicnon-n Mr.' G. Aslicroffsi ch c, by Hoicules— ?airytnla Mr. O. Ashcroft^s br-or :W...

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AVOCA TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

.,' A-TOCA/TOTF CLUB EACES. j . Tuo Ayoon, TurE Club held a vory snocess fut mooting: bjii Friday. ' Tlioro were numerous visitors from' Molbonrno and Ballarat. Tho vnrions ovonts woro woll contested, and, with tlio ? oxboritton of tho ridor of Lenore's dis qualification, tho lnootin^ passed off most succosafully. ..Tlio evonts resulted as fol Io\v3:-r. . ? /?;' HANDICAP TKOTTIKO RACE. ; i ;J- Bbstock's Blowfly ? I * ?'-. ?? J. Wolfe's Ki\ta ... ... ... ... 2; / ' J:. Sage's Sans Merci .„ ... ... 3. . -.'? ??'?'. '?':--' .'?' TEIAL STAKES. ???????'.?'' : -r,- '???'? - Ono mile. , J.Perinington'sLadyOdlTrict... ... 1 - D. Robertson's Cromwell ... ... ... 2: '-. J. A. Quarrel's Kemnair ;.',?. ... ... ?*}. AVOCA-8HIBE TUBP CLUB HANDICAP. ..:?;:,.- One milo aud a half. ., . J. H. Crook's Troopo'r ... ... ... 1 ?a.nobortson'BAutelopo ... ???„.' .-?-,.. 2; ? G. Evans' Bosh ; , ... .,. .; .... ... 3 ? . ..HANDICAP HHELE RACE, W. Cbchraue's The Pretouder ..;..; 1 , F. Crook's Nntlad ... .:....

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HOBARTVILLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

HOBARTVILLE SALE. This sale; which was postponed from Thursday till Itonday owing to the inclemency of tho weather, took place at Richmond on the latter date. The weather was threatening, but notwithstanding that fact fully 300 took seats in tho train whicli lelt iteciiern at; t- o ciock. xiis Excellency Lord Cr.rrington was amongst those who visited the sale, t ngether with, most of tho leading turfmen of New South Wales and Victoria. On arrival at the old town many took cor.ihes or vehicles of one description or another to the scone, while others contented themselves with quietly strolling out. Towards 1 o'clock a storm, which had been threatening all tho morn ing, broke over the district, causing a delay of fully an hour, completely flooding the ring, and, indeed, the, whole of the grounds, which compelled Mr. Clibborn to finish his programme on a slightly elevated position near tho stables. His Excellency made several bids, but did not secure any of the horses. Luncheon was serv...

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VICTORIAN TATTERSALL' S CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

TICTORIAN TATtER SAIL'S CLXJB RACES. ? v- J lUYWillE — rjiOKOUR.OWNCOr.RESPONIJEST.) The decision of the Vietoriaa Club to hold their annual race /meeting at Canl fiold this year turacd out n. ivise step. On Saturday thora v,-as a-gdod attendance, and some excellent, racing1. ': Twelve hoi'SGs saddled for the Hurdle Race, and tho Bivl larr.t juniper, Mosstrooper, was a. very firm favourite. He galloped very strongly tor the first round, but tired ou reaching tho straight for the iinish, and in the run to tho post was beaten by the second favour ite, Whalebone. Revenge, who was also backed, was brought down at the first hurdle, through Hanibledon falling in front of him, anil going over the top oi' the hill Quandary had a, fearful fall, tho horso breaking his neck, while tho rider, Allen, was badly shaken. After the race Allen was siezed with a fit, but towards evening had considerably improved. There were io starters for the Two-year-old Stakes. Epicurean being best favourite, while...

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TASMANIAN TURF CLUB. LAUNCESTON CUT. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

TAS3IANIAN TURF CLUB. . LAIINCESTON CUP. ' Of 250 sovs. ; second. 20 ssvs. ; third, 10 sovs. Ono milo and three-quarters. (Melbourne: entries.) Essio Iroquois Gardenia Monotti Fish o' Silver Duration ' Harvostor AVestern Honoy Beo Salvo TASMANIAN TUr.r CLUB HANDICAP, Of 100 sovs. -, second. Id sovs. Ono milo and a-half. (Melbourne entries.) Essie Iroqnois Gardenia Menotti Fish 0' Silver Dnration . TIarvostor Western Honoy Beo. STEEPLECHASE, O£ 100 eovs. ; socond, 20 sovs. About two miles and a-half '. (Melbourne entries.) Gilderoy Monarch.

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

WISE MB OTHERWISE. ' My safe has been rifled three times,' said a merchant. ' A new form of repeat ing rifle,' remarked his friend, . Marv had a narrof* tame. (She killott it in her rugo), Beottuso wJion Mary's follow camo, The parrot told her age. The young man who had the seat of his breeches taken off by a wire fence, is of the opinion that it is a barb-urous con trivance. The young man sat in tho parlour dim, A-migging' his Lizzy .litnu ; Tliu olu'uiuii camo and ho looked at him And shoot a heavy cane. Tito young man roso and said aloud : ' This meeting gives mo pam, For two is company, tliree's a crowd, So soixi-tjye, hi/,y Jane — ' Anil lie flow. Some people are as backward in paying their respects as though it were another name for debts. ' Moat lr.o by mooonlii'Jit alone,' A butcher thus pleiuiuct Ins eausa. ' Awl 1 givo thoo, J. can, Jove, no more,' A eobulor sigliotl softly, iiui laws : When tho phunoer tnneu up '''*) sweet pipe, And sang with a voico soit and mellow, ' i-...

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WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

WITH SOCKAND BUSKIN. ? « ? — The Adelaide theatricals are at a stand still. St. Leon's Koyal Palace Circus is atBal larat. Bnvry Sullivan is still touring Great Britain. The Japanese Village is a great success in Hobart. The big circus doing capital business in Launceston. F. jtforvin is playing in London in the Beggar Student. Jennie Lee has been showing at Liver pool in Good Luck. The Rickards-Leete Comedy Company are at Mechanics' Institute, Bnllarat. llr. Fleming Norton is said to bo doing remarkably good business at home. Florence Wade and Henry Alley no arc in JTew Zealand, giving recitals. Frank Harvey's piny A Ring of Iron is running at tho Olympic, London. Mrs. Chippendale has taken. Jlr. Stuby's placo with the Faust Company at the Lon don Lyceum. * » s Mark Melfovd, author of Turned, Up, has anew comedy, Burglars, running with great success. * . * * The Gaiety will be the house chosen for Miss Mary Anderson's next London ap pearance. 1 * * # :The operatic extravaganza Litt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

The -Premier Whisky, Pure Palatable, arid Pleasant. ,' ' ' ' ? :o: ? ;.;';. BARE. JOHNSTON- AIO CO., A6EMTS, 20, Lol'tus-street, Macquarie-pLicc.

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THE REFEREE. AGENTS. CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

THE REEEREE. A&ENTS. CITY. Colo b Arcado, Goorge-stroet Mrs. Davi3, P.O. Stall Mr. P. Brown, 87 Markot-strb.at P. Kirby, Markot-atrset J. W. E. Clarke, Market ? Buildings, Goorgo-stroot N.S.W. Bookstall Co., Kin?-stroot ?' „ „ ,, Elizaboth-8troot Mr. J. Kirby, 567 Goorgo-stroot Goorso Hill, 706 Goorgo-streot . E. J?lmnming, 131 Goorgo-stroet We3t J. M'Lanirhlin. 857 Goorro-streot J. Crofts, 95 William-street -.- H. W. Foster, 141 Williaat-straot D. IColla3,'227 Victoriiiistroot .. ' Mrs. Manning, 8 Oxford-street 'h Mr. Williams, 223 Oxford-strooS v Mrs. Baldook, 247 Oxford-stroeb Mr. C. W. Odo, Oxford-stroot J. H. Spragif, 125 Oxford-strost F. Pomhorton, Oxford-stroot R. Iredulo, 140 Oxford-stroot G. H. Jamos, Clovolaud-stroot N.S.W. Bookstall Co., Railway Station, Eodforn. SUBUEBAN. Ashfiold ? N.S.W. Bookstall Co. Balmain ? H. Gibbon3, Darling street „ ? M. C. Purtill, Morton-str , ? T. Eiohmond, Evan3 stroot Jirkonhoad ... J. Cablo - Hurwood ? Mrs. Turnor , ? N.S.W, Bookst...

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PAUL AND VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

PAUL AND VIRGINIA. Jjct.ns transport you for. a moment to the Islo of France, in tho Indian Ocean, though you can buy an Indian notion without going so fnr if yon want one. It was thoro that Paul and Virginia, were born and loved. Being neighbours in the first de grco, they know each other ; from infancv. arid wero nUvnvs'Tilnvmntna. If one had a pieco of enndy, the other cried for it. -If one got a licking the other seemed equally pleased, and, if anything, a little' more so.; If Paul ran away from school, or stole apples, Virginia went straight homo and told his folks ; and if Virginia whispered in the class, .Paul did not hesitate to call the '! teacher's attention to it promptly, so that she might be chas tised. '..,-. :, ? _ They carried their dinner to school iii tho same basket,' and if -Virginia was detained when the honr-for lunch arrived, Paulato for both in the most 'unselfish manner., He even per mitted her to carry their satchel of books both ways, which ho .wouldn't ha...

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A TRUE BANKER 'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

A TRUE BANKER'S DAUGHTER. Will Gray lit a cigarette ns ho stopped from tlio door of tho St. Julian. Hotel, and throwing back the lapels of his silk-faced oyecoat, walked meditatively down the avenue which led from the business portion of the citv. To a close observer of physiognomy, it would be patent that there was a heavier weight resting upon the young man's mind .than merely his lightsilkhati- There was a determined look aboat: his clear' bine oyo and a fixedness of purpose in his tightly compressed lips, which scorned to say, ' I will pay that laundry bill, even if I have to skip th 3 matinee on Satiir .day .'.'.??; ':?;', ;;/.-; '. '':'? V V Had Will !Gray been dressed in a; Boman toga and Jiyecl in tho days of Marcus -Cuvtins, one might -have supposed, frotri tho vigorous manner in whicli he' swallowed cigarette smoke and liberated it through his nostrils,' tnat; no was Dent upon a similar mission, and that to save a nation, his. manly form 'would soon be dashed to pieces at ...

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VICTORIA RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

Victoria racing club. %* following weights have been declared dVISt e Autnmn Meeting of tho V.K.C.:— JJswjiarkkt H/.;;Dit'Ai-, of '10 hoit. each, -With 350 added ; second horpo 100 sovs., and ?tfnircj 50 'ots.; dinner of any hanfii'.-.ip after floclaration cf weights of the va'no of 75 sovs. to carry 71b. extra ; ot any such race ?tt tbovislno of 200 for«..or upwards, 101b. extra. Three-quarters of a milo. st. 1b. st.lb. William Tell... 0 10 Satyr ... ... 7 3 Lsonoiny ... 9 9 Salvo ? 7 .3 Trenton ,..-. 9 7 Kenneth ... 7 S Nelson .. ..9 7 Honora ... 7 2 Duration ..0 2 Snrprfco ... 7 2 Hogmar.ay ... 9 2 Newinastcr ... 7 2 Middle-march... 9 0 Tho Orphan .... 7,2 Surdiui ... 9 -0 Vision ... 7 3 Bilvormino ... 8 1' Raonl ? 7 0 Mozart ... . 8 12 Mnjmifier ...' 7 0 Honoydeiv ... S'12 Gadfly ? 7 0 Dnnlop .. . . 8 11 Jim Cain ... (5 12 Lord Wilton ... S 10 Pomonn ... 0 12 Ben Bolt ...' 8 (t Jago ? Gil Rnstolly ... 8 8 Mario Louise... 0 11 Volcano . . 8 S The Felon .,. 6 11 Fraud . (lato , Du...

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ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. RACES VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

Elf TRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. RACES. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. BeVsW'Sire'tho entries for tho two principal handicaps to bo run at tho meeting on Satur day, Pobrnary 12 : — ?THE fOAKLWOII HANDICAP, Of 256 soTO.,-v,ith a Bweepstakos of 3 sovs. eatiifor acacptors; second, 50 sovs. ; and thinS,' 25 sovs. Five furlongs and a half . Mr. M. p'Shanassy's b g Timon, 3yra Hon.'W. Pearson's b g Glenlivet, 4yra Mr. W. E. Dak'in'H eh h Quintin Matsep, aged Mr. W. E. Dalcin's br o DamocloB, 3yrB Mr. C. Taylor's eh h Vurco, 5yrs Mr. R. G. Ttilbot's V. h Mozart, 5yrs Mr. J. Wilson, jun.'s br f Lady Bell, 4yrs Mr. J. Wilson, jun.'a br f Erio, 4yrs Mr. R. K. Miittland's b or br g Stafford, aged Mr. H. R. Fallciner's br g St. Leonards, Gjrs Mr. 11. Bcncc'H br1i Cadland, 5yrs Mr. S. G. Cook's br m Marie Louise, 5yrs Mr. T. Rennisoii's eh h Salvo, 5yrs Mr. J. 'Wliittingiiam's br in Honora, Gyra . Mr. J. 'WWUingimm's b m Xantippe, 5yrs Mr. S. Martin's ?: g Hogmunay, Cyrs Mr. S. Miller's cli h Willia...

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GEELONG ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

GEELONG ENTRIES. TO TIE RXJN ON 28TII AM) 20?H JANUARY. GBAND STAND BrAEES. Childo HtiroM Siiccchs - Evie St. John Oakleigh Saturn Stafford Magnifier AlbamiB The Nun Blondin ' Gotha Kohai Damocles Straight Shot Motal Boolka, Highland Chiof Tompest ' Cadland Lady Boll Honeycomb The Aee Moimon . Dongalston Chucketer Br;gant;no JUVENILE BTAEES. , Ladies' Maid Christine Sunshade Dargin Joyful Loyalist -uemgn - , ?.,? . -jl- uioy j; ree Pingnra Epicuicon , ' Mibtletoe Harridan Liodertafel ' Eira GOLD OUP. Recall Claptrap ' Ringmastor . Dunlop Sheet Anchor . The Lovite' Meteor ,. : Camerine Ehbio Honeycomb Fish o' Silver Shaik Grace Darling The Nun Lord AVilton Coroiiot Ben Bolt Tho Pencil Saturn Cyclops Tmpulso ? ' Rufun , Childo Harold Lesbia Duchess . Mnddelina. Britisher Lara All Gold Perchnnco \ Honeybee Boolka 'RAILWAY ETAKDHl St. Louis Maddolma First ConBul ' ThoNnn , AValhalla Loid Wilton Childo Harold. GEELONO HANSIOAT*. Recall \ Dunlop ' Ringmaster The Lovito ' ' Sheet Anchor .W...

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