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BEACH v. HANLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

BEACH v. HANLAH. ?The following, letters concerning the forthcoming Beach-Hanlan inatcK/on' the Kepean, have been received by the sport ing editor of the Australasian :— : : ' Oilice of the Sport sr.mn, ?;'.?,?; 'London,' December 10, 1SS3. , 'Dear Mr. Chapniaii,-7-I. received your : telegram. to-d.ay, arid, cprnmuhicated. the contents to Hanlan.wlio.. was leaving for ?Canada. He;at once absented, and,gav,e. me .£100 to bind- the^iriatch'.'i He fsaya -ko will row for, JB500 aside,, and: claim £ioti' expenses. He will row in Juneor. July, On tho-Nepean Eiver, 'over- the ?saine' course and under similar articles ,asrtheH-inlan- Layeook match in'May,';'lS84. He, will sign articles if forwarded to him, and the conditions are a3 above., stated, the raf eree ' to be chosen at the time of final deposits Hanlan is present as: I jsm_te,:this,;;,nnd:vI have a3iod him 'to, sign his.nainejas an earnest of business. :.-,:.;.. '?'.' ' I cabled you details this afternoon. Hanlau is very fit andwel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

:, Meaioal.' a¥^Kktise a amp ?mu\u . TRADE MAKK— 'TONIC NKltVINB.' A S;..FE7CBJtTAlX, ami'SPEEOX CUUE for J$ ? OSorvoaH nn.l Geiieml DeCility, ami nil com plUlnts .tliltt spring from luck of nervt) forco, as iroun4!ji.ji.Ki'rroii!i llonihtcim, Xurvimmeia, Indi :Ko:it;ort;.'Ld3U/of ApjHjtite,' Foinnlo Disorders, ?TorpiitLIver/Geueriil rroitrition, IiniiovcriBhcd B1q:i1, BrWuturo Ddclino, lots of Vital Tower. &o. HyitS WuIb 'iiiu flootliimi oilcots it at onco rouiov all!cr»Jiis .{n^Alifphor. By its riohuoss.iu r' ilborous'nud dtlior lioworful vit:ilisin£ oloiii' MAJf.?M'fri;.SJ 'JC^NIC NEUVINK v\ anil giv'eu'jTffQ'Jr iq .sU)} wliolo sj^tem. P* \ ' Sold by lill Cbora'ieiUTmd Stoi-Bieopor -onh- by ,-MAflSraxi aEniriJ nil. WKKWrstJSiftr2*j*r . J

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MELBOURNE GUN CLUB HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

1 MELBOURNE GUN CLUB HANDICAP. A handicap of 75 hovh. was flhot for at the prronnds of the Melbourne Gnn Clnb on Friday. Althbngh fhero was a fair'cnt'ry the numbor of absentees afc tho time of acceptance reduced the actual shooters to 22. The num ber of birds was nino. Tho birds wero very strong., and the event was .=0011 uisposod of, fivo tieinj,' with tlioir nino birds, afipr which Mr. Sayer won on tho third, and took' the first prize 01 .)» i-ov-... .ut^srs. Jbloyri nnrt Tobin dividing second am. third money of 25 rovs., when thoy missed t.ieir second birds. 3elow aro tho principal scores : — W. Fnier, ai.vdn ? 111111111—0 ?W.Iilojil, Sljrtb ? 111111111-0 'W. A. Tobin, 2hds ? : 111111111-!! P. AV. JnckBon. .'ll.vrts. ... ? ... 111111111—0 W. D. Clurkc, Slyili. ... ? 111111111—0 * Assumed Mimic. Nineteen then entered for a Powell pxm, at five bird*, with a 2 sovs. Rweep'-takes. Mr. L. Clarke 1 was tho ultimate winner, witli 13 consocutivo kills to Mr. J. S. Hblland'slS.

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R Shooting at Paddington. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

R'^e Shooting1 at Pafldingtoa. Only seven targets were required on Satur . day afternoon to satisfy tho douiands of the riliemcu.' Tho day was anything but good for shootmg,,the light being' at, times very bid, and a changeable (wind blowing all the afternoon. No matches' wero fired, but the rifle clubs of the 2nd Kegimeut, Torpedo Corps, Naval Artillery,, F.aluiaiu Artillery, and Marriukyille, In- fantry Eeservo3 all assembled for the first shooting of their first quarter's competi tions for the year 18S7. Following are'the. scores, but it must bo borne in Eiind thnt where a handicap is given n competitor can only count UO, should he makeover that number of points. , » il.sn Rkozmknt T.I; OCOHES. Bank nml Niime. SGOyJs. OOOvds H'nrVc'p Total Private It. Arnnlil „. 28 ... 21 ... 34 ... tfi Corporul Climes . 28 ... Si ... r- ... t2 Lieutenant Miisou ... 2U ... 31 ... 2 ...? H-2 Private Etui . ... M ... 31 ... 0 ... 61 Private Cliuudler ... 20 ... 15 r...: 25 .:. 00 Privuto Tliornton ...

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L. E. MYERS' RECORD BEATEN [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

:L. E. MYExlS' KECORD BEATEN Speaking of the 440yd3. record, The - Spirit of the Times says the best American amateur record is 47}sec., made by W. Baker, Harvard College, at Beacon Park, Boston, Mass., on July 1. 188G. Baker ran the last,155yus. with one shoe o£F. Myers' record for the same distance is 48 3-5sec. With regard to Bakers record, Myers writes to the above paper as follows :— '439 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York City, July 3. — I saw George Goldie last night, and heard all about Baker's great race. I supposed that, as soon as I became a professional, somebody would come along and begin to knock out my old records, but I did not think tho quarter mile would bo the first ono to fall, and I am still more surprised th.-.t my old friend, Wendell Baker, should be the happy man. As you know, I have 'been almost the athletic tutor of Mr. Baker for several years, have taken considerable ^rouble in teaching him to run, thought I knpw just what he could do, and certainly thoug...

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INTERCOLONIAL YACHT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

th§ sp^tercolonial yacht - ' ..race. ? . '.,;..:-,;,:;;:.; ?'.-? ? ,[bt backstay.] '?? ?:' v-;:: .iho_socond hoat of this raco took placo: wnoriay aft;;rnoon ovor 11 conrao from Aolson s bnoy, twiuo round B.Y.S. Squa'clran'a ' buoy at Vsx^\ Shark Island, Fort Donlson s'-l teok U fluffboat off Fort Mhcqrim-ie : ihD -ssaw boats startod. viz., Janot, i-oratoh ? Mttffw, 32i:n. 13350/1 Waitauji, 5min. .]p.jco!' J na (I'.y w.13 not so bnd a5 ivm bxp6ct»d, it wing ??.?V'??a : blowing, and ralninj, for Rovoral '?'J a i-.-VlU-lS. .AUU \-11IU--U» VOrjr irCSU irOm N.E., and about low water, tlio'/boata ha-; inij to contend asainst a'flopd tido noa/lyall tho afternoon. ;: During- thb' week tiiq'.-Woitaiiji-' had a now mast .ntopp-d, ;thb irpn.work of .which is frp::i tlio.latost, English. otyle.. She has ?olss.bsc-n into dock for- tho 'purposed of' ol-j^;-.!:;v. TllO:yTanH has' had :a'nWpiiH\: and a very pretty .'''sp'ii*.' it is) ''rMitSlioll and Cei ? woro (?!if:i.ti«to/1 «Mfl, i^ .*^ViiiT«fm...

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SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILIN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

ip?P^ct^RsAii-jN !'',..V_: ' ?'(Bl. 'ISACiU'^, ,'\ ttlM?-ti:?S?. :&6: pi;0' 'oats, 20ft and ?p^'-?3* *2° ?n.t'W3. and hunthcaps hem' — :*-nini';..Ai^.-— scratch ';'. Cnrlotti, Mnm Droamland, 2min. Tho con ™ i,as f om moor.ngs in Par;n Covo round KSyT CiJi™f nff ti 1 '''?« onarK island, liag,)pat off Fort Muoqiiario, Fort Deiiil :«on, and baok to flagboit 'llo IvtL»vS¥'a watd' PW'ontoS ?, M h*111 Sahna' ,Watch Company, and t- tu f*'?'1 for tllro° timos- Thoposi. MWs. Fir°? VV°fr° «OOi-IC-1 by P°ints- as tmiows :—i ir.it boat, fivs points : ' second, tarjx. points ; third, ono point. The boats . u M, Ih'P mr moorny-rsI,m th0 '?''lor namod, ? ,'m, li,l Cfpt.'°'V of,nFom°»i and Planot to a good start at 3 p.m. Tho wind was blow i ltr hard from tho N.M., anil tho tido H?rong Jlood 1'ho Ailcen and Dreamland tool: on.. r 'of down while at tho moorings. They all mto 7 Ft rthr°W .r°U'd aild Rtoni1 * -noJ^e^lor^en^W^ rS' f '1? a hol° !.n tho Ailoon'a port wa!'^nffVOr tllo.llrol'ili''l...

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SYDNEY AMATEUR CANVAS DINGY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

SYDNEY AMATEUR CANVAS DINGY CLUB. Tho handicap raoa in connootion with tho aliovo club for trophios proaontod by Messrs. Godwin and Co., Arcado, was sailed ovor tho usual club course yesterday aftoraoon, and with tho hard north-bastor proved a very exciting OTont. Owing to tho non-arrival of tho rttoamor, tho boats woro kept in waiting, anil it was not until 10 minutoa to 4 that thoy wnr dispatuhod. Tho following woro tlio boats whioh camo tr tho scratch :— Poarlo, J. Hayes, soraV Nautilus (C. Hollini-s), 8min.; Tomk' ;' Wobli), llmin.; Fedora (W. Fit-' ',?j limin.: Clmn.jo, (F. M'Donnoll), 1 ??' (c Tom (F. Mulhall) lmiu.; Violot nonry), ssratoh; Julia (O. Taylor), ' .min.; Old ?iinoh(.T. Smith), sjratoh; r (J. Smith), lor), Omim. i3iniri.i .'i'hos. Tho Daisy was first' «? lalsy. (A'. Baone Thos. Pnnoh, andCh- ? starboard took, r followoil by tho flrst to come - '«? Kll w«ni away on il .,Ti_- ninmi'.o. .nowu;-'i , , ,1 tloiw « oio* ell m*» Mftot,ul-rio as follow* . . tho «ii,'l'-*1 ...

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COHEN CUP. Emerald v. Glenimore. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

COHEN CtTP. Emerald, v. Qlemiioro. ' This match was conttouod ou the cup wiokot ou Saturday, and resulted in a victory for tlio Glpnmoro by fivo wickots and ono run. For tho 'WinuorB Yatos 33, and M'Cublo 18, battod woll, tho former Iwing an oiLan oashiro oriokotor, does not speak favourably for tho intorest of junior criokot. For tho Emeralds Drivor bowlod woll, Grooly boing boing unablu to ploy. Appondod aro tho B001-O3 : — Euesaxds. First ImiiiiKS ? ' ... 40 Second Innings ? 83 Total ? ... ... 1:8 Glfxmobe. First Inniuss... ... ... ... , ... 50 Second Innings. C. Wobstcr, b Drivor ? 33 Hunt, b Queoly ? 8 Carroll, 0 Lovo, b Drivor ? 8 Hallott; 0 Farnndoa, b Drivor ? 0 St.Oiibo, 0 Wobster, b Furriudon ... 18 Adamsou, not out ? .'. ? 1 Brown, not out .. ... ... ... 1 ?-- Total for avowlokots ? 71

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

St. James v. Pandet.— Playod at llooro Park, aud won by tho formor by fivo wickots and 4 runn. For tho winnors 0. Coburn and P. Goorgo, with 14 and 13 rospootivoly, played bost for tlioir runs, whilo Porinan, 6, battod woll for tho losers. For tho winnors C. Co burn aud F. Arthur bowled bost.

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THE GARDINER, CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

THE G-AjkDINSR CUP. The intercolonial niittoh being poistponud 'Saturday, it is a matter for deep regret that tho public, who woro thus robbed of an after noon's ' (food ' cricket, woro not aware of tho fact that a prand match was hoin^ played on tho next onolosuro. Tho contcstim; teams iWero chosen from tho warehouses of ModBr.-i. AicocK jjros. ana I1 . .i.a.sseicer mr.i ^o., ana of such criokot us any ono from tho Old Country could relish. With grass anklo dee)-, and as thick as tho flecoa of a two-tooth Merino ram, tho .scores woro small but ' meritorious,' and tho lioldinpf ' loves labour ? lost ' in muny caio3. Mr. Hillior and others may well complain of tho distance between the wickots, as not a fow wora rim out, but good crickotors invari ably ' aro' run out. Other players tried to play tho ball with their lej.'s and of courso paid tho penalty, but for till it was a good gamo iwiu a pioasmiL nriornouu s wport. ^jntp man won tho toss from Wilkinson and dooidod to send tho Alco...

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METROPOLITAN CUP AND MEDALS. Marylebones v. Redfern Mercantiles. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

3KETKOPOLITA2I CUP AND MEDALS. MnirjdebO'nes 7. Kadfern Mercantiles. Atth» conclusion of the Undaunted and Lillywhvtoft' matah on Satnrda'y wook tho above chilis started their match for tho ahovo trophies in the presonoo of a very lar^o oon courso of peoplo. M'Rao winning: tho toss from Purcell elected to bnt Hrst, and ths jlarylol-ono book tho fioH, tho bowling being entrusted to- Arnold and Willmgdalo. Geary and M'Rao boing tho font to bat, both men started playing very careful, and it was not till 20 runs had' born scored- t&a-t a soparation was effected-, Willingdalo oloun bowling M'Baoforl2. The rest of tho batsmen, with tho exception of Dohertyr wlio mado 12 runs by very good play, and wn-owas caught by Boll at deep-leg with his* ono- hand. Tho innings olosod for 47 runs. Tlio Moroivntilos batted with only nino men, Wmtor being absent. Willingdalo and Arnold bowlod very well, especially tho former, who- took six wiokots for 27 runs. Tho Jlarylobonos thon started their ...

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MELBOURNE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

M3L30U3t:iiE CBICK35T. Mclbourno v. Eiohniond.— This matoli was continued on tho Molhourno Ground, and ended in a win for tho M.C.C. by an innings and 78 runs. The E.C.C. woro all disposod of in thoir socond innings for 110 runs, A. Shoo boing in groat form with tho ball, and Cotter's performance behind tho wickots was undoubtedly ono of tho best over seen on tho Melbourne Ground. East Melbourne v. Carltcm.— Tins match wns commenced on tho East Molhourno ground on Saturday. The acoro stood as follows when stumps woro drawn :— Carlton : Trin niok, 1 b w. b Duffy, 10 ; Loydin, b Daffy, 3i ; Doclov, b Duffy, 7 ; Frooman, o sub., by Aleo, 22 ; ? Browning, c and b DutYy, 2 ; M'AUistor, c Brace, b Duffy, 29 ; Browning, A., c Bruce, b Duffy, 4; Hustings,, not out, IW ; Richards, o sub., b Duffy, S ; Kussoll, 1- Bruco, 0 ; Dorniey, 0 Healy, b Brace, 7 ; extras, 5 ; total, 1G1. East Molbourno: Brown, not cnt, 25; Evans, st Has-tings, b Bro^vn:ng, i ; Healoy, not out, 2 -r byes, i : total for...

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Oriental v. Marrickville. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

Oriental v. Blarrickville. Owing to tho lapso of both of thoio clul-3 Cup matohoB, theso teams had a vory intor osting ga-aio together on the Agricultural Ground Saturday aftoriioon, which resultod aftor a closo linish iu :i win for tho Orientals by 2 runs. Ilormon. with 27, an.l Fraai.r (17) hatted well, whilst French and Folkcs for tho Marriokvillos, anil Fraxer (.six wickets for 22 runs) and Doiman (threo for 2(i) 0:1 lioUalf of tho Orientals trundled best with the luathor. Tho following aro tho detail scoroa of tho match :— Otiinu:. FraBOr.b A. French ? ....17 M'Grnw, c anil b A. French . . .2 GMKOry. 1- Fol'.cs . ... .' Douiiaii, c anil b A. Tiench ? 1 Meu;;hor, b Fnll:er. ... ? -:'3 Mnrrick, 1. Folkck . ? 8 Kdpir Irouaid.', c mid b A. Freceh ... 1 0 Snolt, )- Fulltei ? ; S ,, Lulnnd, l.b.w., b A. Frauch ... , ... - 1 ? T'litrlob, b Foll^b ? '... ' ... ' 0 ' Krncet Ironclda, not out ? *... ; & Total ? -''../Vsi, ,' JlArnicsviLtL', ' A. T tench, b Filler ? ' v ... 0 Hann...

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Gibbs, Shallard's Presentation Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

Gibfo, Shallard's Prssenttitlon Unp. Fkeesian's Joubkal t. vV. E. Smith. — This match wns playod on tho cup wicket on Saturday last. When tho stumps woro drawn the scores stood—' Froomnn's Journal ' 1st innings, 33, of which E. Berry mado 15, ami Corbett G. 2nd innings, four for 24, Claro 16, not out ; Hoidendeich 5, not ont. \V. E. Smith's, 1st innings 18, of which C. O'Brien, 0, was tho highest scorer. For tho formor, Hcidenreich four for G, an;l Hyde four for 10, bowlod woll, m\A for tho lattor, Dick and O'Brien bowlod woll. Tho match will bo continued next Saturday. Lilltwbite v. Wtstabd.— Played at Mooro Park, resulting in an easy win for tho formor by six wiokots and 5 runs. Lilly white, 100 runs for four wickots. Cowloy 20, Chapman 22, Cullon 22, and Shea 15 (not out playod woll for their rim?. Wynyard, 41, Huddle, 1G, being tho only donblo figura scoros. For tho winners Fallou (nine wicknis for 19 rims) was in good foi-ni with tho ball, whilo /Williams was most ofiectivo for...

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CARRINGTON ELECTRIC LIGHT HANDICAP. The following are the handicaps:— [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

CARRINGTON ELECTRIC LIGHT HANDICAP. The following are tho handicaps : — yds ' yds. C. Snmuols ... 19 J. Buckley ;.. 23 ? J. Moody ... 21 G. Thorpe ... 23 L. A. Causimor ... 21 R. Stoke3 ...23 L. E. Myorj ... 21 J. Hardy... ... 23 T. Liddlo ? ... 21 G. W. Vial ... 23 A. Farroll ..'. 21J- E. Simpson ... 23 E. Hillynrd ...22 J.E. Wost . ... 23 M. J. Solomon ... 22 H. M. Massoy ... 23 Joo Price ...22 G. Smith ? 23 W. Clomcnte ... 22£ F. A. Brown ... 23 T. Gagau ... 2} C. Millar ? 2S M. Morrisjoy ... 25 H. W. Prioo ... 23 E. Lazarus ... 23 E. Hein3wortk ... 23 W. H. William) 23 J. Quiokfall ... 23 T. Prinoo ... 23 G. L. Allon ... 23 C. E. Merchant. .. 2} H. Ptiraekouso ... 23 C. E. Armstrong 23 W. Boss ? 23 M. Hyain ... 23 K. B. Harris ... 23 J. M'Garrigal ... 23i J. Dwight ... 2i W. R. Solly - 2% W. C. Alldritt ... 23 R. Stevens ... 23.V 3. Bowoll ...23 J. Hoaglmoy ...Ilk G.H. Hunt ... 23i T. Ellom ? 21 G. Gardinor ... 2;i C. Bellotto ... 21 J. A. Wilkinson 23v A. Stuokoy ... 24 W. S. M...

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BOTANY GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

BOTANY GUN CLUB. Tho woathor was anything but favourablo for tho usual fortnightly mootiug of tho ahovo club, whioh took placo at Botany on Wednes day aftornoon last. Douso black clouds ovor sproad tho sky, causing a vory bad light. This, combined with tho fact that a strong southerly wind proyailed, must bo held accountable for tho indifforont scores mado by tho majority or tho twenty members prosont. Tho competition for tho second clsss trophy, which was tho principal 'torn on tho progrummo, did not. ovontuato, im tho numbor of competitors roquirod by tho ruloa woro not fortliooming. Fivo lialf-soveroign swoops woro shot off, the condition? boing fivobirds each. Messrs. Bonfiold and Workman dividod tho first, with soven kills ouch to thoir credit. Messrs. L. Gannon and Stiff, boing tho only two who accounted. for all thoir birds,.dividoi] tho second sweep. Tho third and fourth woro appropriated by Messrs. F. and L. Gannon, o.ioh of whom killed fivo birds iu ono, and six in tho oth...

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NEW SOUTH WALES GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

NEW SOUTH VTAX.ES GVS CLUB. Tlio third competition for tho Spring Cup, for iirst and socond-class shooters, to bo won twice, took plaoo on Friday afternoon, tho previous winners boing, in tlio first-olass, Messrs. S. H. Terry, G. B.Modini.*Salt!msh, and' in tho socond Messrs. P. Gleninter, A. Bayly, and C. C. Skarratt. Owing to tho inclemency of tho weather only four ahootora entered in the second-class, so their competi tion' lapsod. Tho first woro moro fortunate, and having the, rpquirod numbor shot off for thoir trophy. At tho end of tho ninth round Mr. G. B. Modini (31) was tlio only ono who accounted for his nino birds, and having previously won tho trophy, it now becomes his proporty. Tho usual m&s out sweops followed, tho firat boing dtvHod by Messrs. H. E. Lord (31), -S. Grant (30), and tho socond foil to tho sharo of Messrs. H_ E. Lord (31), *S. Gr.Mit and G. B. Modini' (31J. Tho third, Messrs. H. E. Lord ; (31), *Saltbush (27), and P; Glonister (25), and ' the fbnr...

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MELBOURNE BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

MELBOURNE BOWLING. Tho match between' tho Molbourno and South Molbourno clubs, which was played on Saturday aftorcoon on- tho groen of tho formor, rosultod in a victory for tho- Mel bourne club by 39- points. Tho following woro tho players an@* 'coros : — Molhourno : Rink :Ko. 1, 39; Ring -To. 2,40; Rink Noi 3, 22; Rink No. 4, 2t.Ba-jfc\l,.125.. South Molbourno : NinkNo. 1, 12fs.JinkNo..2;15; Rink No. 3, : 30 : Sink No. 4PS9.. Total', 8G. : West Melboij^flo- v.. Kqw. — Playod on- Satur ! day oftornooii', 'resulted' in a viotory for tho ; former by 20 points. Wost Melbourne : No. 1 Eink, 32 ; No. 2'Rink, 27 :. No. 3 Kink, 19 ; No-. 4 Eink, 32. Total, 110. Kow: No; 1 Eink, 21 ; No. 2 Eink, 30 j No. 3 Eink, 21 ; No. 4 Eink, IS.. Total, 90.. . Eiohmon-l Union v. Albort Park.— This match on Saturday rosultod in tho former 1 winning by 82 points. Tho following aro tho scores : — Richmond Union:: No. 1 Rink. 32 ; points; No. 2 Eink. 42; No. 3 Eink, 28; No.. 4 Eink, -4-4. Total, 140. Albert...

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COOTAMUNDRA SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. COOTAMUNDRA, Wednesday, 9, p. m. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

COOTAMUNDRA SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. (BT W1EE — PROM A COF.F.ESrONDENT.) Cootamundea, Wednesday, 8. p.m. The Oddfellows' Sheffield Handicap run off here to-day was won by M'Coll, from the 10yds. mark ; Sherriff, 13yds., was second, and T. M'Kenzie, -13yds., third. The running all through was excellent.

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