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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

, BOXING. Notwithstanding the heavy rain last evening, Mr. Foley's hall was filled in every part, and a fairly good entertainment was provided. Joe Pablo faced 'Possum Ward for four rounds, the latter undertaking to dispose of Pablo. The bout was a good one, but the knocker-out came nearer to being vanquished than his opponent. Murphy and Fuller exhibited good science, but neither dealt very harshly ; Murphy did not use his right hand frequently, and Fuller led most of the way, when they were called off. On Mulhollond taking the boards with young Fuller, he announced that he was prepared to meet any man in Australia for ,£25 aside who did not ex ceed lOst., and would either give or take lOlbs., Powell preferred. Murphy also stated he was willing to give any man 91bs. ; but nothing' came out of the chal lenges. Mulholland and Fuller then put in three very laughable rounds, no harm ensuing. Stevens and Aitken did not please the onlookers while they occupied their attention, and with t...

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SAMUELS v. MALONE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

SAMUELS v. MALOflE. (By ' NmnLEFOOT.') The next interesting athletic contest is between Samuels and Malono. The latter has to concede his opponent 1J yards in the 150. Dunlop. did not have Malono as fit as he could make him for the Hntehens match, as there was not sullicient time tor short work. He hopes, however, to have Malone in better fettle for the match with Samuels, and if what I hear 13 true, Malone will want all the improvement possible. Samuels' party say that their man can do throe yards inside even on the Carrington Ground, and according to this lie must win, as Uutchens considers that ground slower than Botany. Suppose, however, that Samuels can only do l.J yards under even, and the shirt given will make him liyds. better, and if the Carrington Ground is not so fast as the Botany, Malone must be able to do about Uyds. under even on Botany to win. According to these facts Samuels should win, but somehow I have an unreasonable laney for the Irishman. I cannot explain why ...

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BEGA SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

BEGA SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. Tho following are the handicaps for the Sheffield handicap to be run at Bega on the 15th and lUth of February : — T. Sr iriilcmo, scratch ; J. T. ai'Gnrrignl, 4yds. ; W. Clements, 5j-(1r. ; Jus. Sunn, tiyds. ; T. Ford, W. Hibburd, T. Hayes, 8yds. ; J. Towney, A. H. llowuru, A. jvi'urorv, l^ytts. ; .loscpn mrtley, tl. Richards, liiyds. ; J. J. Dovcrcux, S. Donovan, W. G. Brown, W. Binnic, F. Lcanv, W. Wnles, Win. Hanlon, 14yds. ; .T. Cronon, J. I). M'Mahon, C. Plumb, W. T. Cole, T. Hculy, A. Hall. A. M'Kcnchie, Chas. Sunn, W. II. Woolett, 15yds.; H. J. Hunscombo, J. A. Underbill, K. W. 'Wilkin, 16yds.; H. Blucka, J. Ottoii, J. M'Doimld, M. H. Hurt, G. C. Scliiclt, W. M'Cnnii, J. W. Scott, 17yds.; P. O'Brien, John Tier, A. E. Battler, 1'. M'Nanmra, T. J. Power, J. Biirtley, D. M'Huiili, A. P. Beresford, W. H. Louglraan, W. C. Hutchi son, W. Waples, W. Brock, T. Ahem, T. Clynch, J. Granie, 18yds.; M. Hayes, P. Davis, R. Anderson, J. Brennan, 39yds.; E. G. Ward,...

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H.A.B.C. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

H.A.B.C. SOCIETY. The first .annual picnic and athletic gathering of the Balmain branch of the above society was held at Athol Gardens Yesterday. There were about 1000 per sons present, a very fair attendance, con sidering the wet weather. There were six teen events on the programme, but owing to the rain a number of them had to be held over. This being the first venture of the society, the committee may be con gratulated on their success in the manage ment of the sports, although there were .some errors, which will no doubt be recti fied at their next gathering. The following are the results : — ? Juvenile Handicap (under .14), 100 yards.— Fnllcr, 1 ; Cartwright, 2. Won by a yard. Handicap Race, 110 yards (for membors of all brandies of Hibernians). — Coohlan, 1 : J. Scullion, 2. A good race, resulting in a win by two yards. Handicap Race, M0 yards, open; first prizo, .£5 ; second, £2 2s. Tho following won their lients :— Newby, Darling, Nealo, and Weir. Tlio final was postponed ow...

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SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. LBy ' Backstay.'! .Last oaturdays yacht race wns.I think, the greatest race ever contested, in this harbour. There was certainly more interest taken in it than in any other before sailed. jutnougn it was blowing Hard there were a great many boats out of all sizes, and had large crews on board, all anxious to see the finish. There were, I think, more craft between Kirribilli and Milson's Point when the finish took place than I over saw, and it was with difficulty the larger boats got through the fleet. There were also a good many on all the points where a good view could be obtained. It has been rumoured that tho Waitangi will not start next Saturday, but 1 think Mr. Milson will, although it cannot make any difteronce as to his winning should he be last, it being impossible for either of tho boats to get as many points us he has now. But the arrangements entered into before the races was that there were to be three contests, each over different' cou...

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ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

ROWING NOTES. (By ' Corji8talk.') ' Frank Wray and Charles Swan row for a . match of £50 on tho Pnrrauiatta oa February 5. Mr. Peter Anderson, of the Phoenix Hotel, is stakeholder. It is said that in Melbourne scullers have some difficulty in getting enough water in the Albert Lake to row on. If it does not soon rain they will be dried out. Peter Kemp, after due inquiry, has beea disqualifieu by the Lake Bathurst Rowing Club for wilfully fouling Neil Mattersou in tho recent handicap. Matterson charged both Kemp and Stansbury with being in - collusion toprevent him from winning. The matter received due consideration, but tin allegation n-as not borne out by the evidence, and Kemp only was punished. Stansburv srets the first nrize of J2100. Dr.- Fraschni performed a successful operation on Neil llattorson's nose on. Monday. Kemp, who is a powerful man, dealt Neil a very severe blow, but fortunately Mattersou is not likely to bo permanently disfigured. It will, however, bo impossible f...

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CRICKET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

^%fltiP B? ' NoT-OUT.' A strange fatality foema i'o follow Mr. Evann, more popularly knowii ns ' Toil Kvans,' tlio v/oll-knov.n ami favourite N.S.W.. cricketer. Some timo ago he was puiyinp? in .an intercolonial match upon the Association Ground when the and news of liis brother's death, was conveyed to him ; and now in tlio late match cruel fate has inflicted another blow, for while ho was enjoying his game of cricket, a tele gram -'warns him of' hij wife's dangerous illness, aud he is. compelled to desert his comrades in the midat of their game, Wb sincerely trust that hi3 home ROrrows will - .1)0 averted and that our old friend'niay long enjoy dotne.itic, happiness. It may not he exactly correct to -thus allude to his private affairs, but as, ho has so ninny ad mirers and well-wishers « p folt constrained to sympathise deeply with.' him in his HOituvr. There is some talk of rovmrijftho stupid and ill-advised ' ladies' crickot' in New South, Walen. To say, in tho mildest of terms,...

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RETURN INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. NEW South. Wales v. Victoria. First DAY -Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

BETUHIT XHTEROOXiONX&X. MATCH. ?JCTow South, Wales v. Victoria. Fikst Day. — Monday. Despite tin; continuance of tho nmnspi ? ? cious''weath'?r, which has caused the post ponement of the opening from Saturday uutil Moatiav, it was decided to make a start or. the latter day. Tho rain had fallen with few intervals for eix days, no, that what merit the wickets on tho As sociation U-rounu possessed (and wise ioik.i saythat of late it hm been precious little) wart entirely nullifk'd, and 'cons'.'iiuontly the bitmiien had all the worst of the play. Ever/ attention had been bestowed upon the damaged wicket?, but all tho rolling Mid mowing ever enacted could not revive them, nor repniv the daiuagb caused by the soaking nuns. Tlit) Victorian Selection Committi'! were fully seized with the im portiuce of selecting their team to meet the contingencies of tho cn3«, and there fore they delayed their selection until the Kit moment, when they determined to play their strongest bowling team...

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THE BELVEDERES AT NEWCASTLE. NEWCASTLE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

?THE BELVEDERES AT NEW CASTLE. (nr wine— rr.OM ocn ow.t cor.r.E3roKDf;sT.) Nkwcastl::, Wednesday Night. The Bclridcre team met a strong eleven from the Newcastle club to-day, on tho latter's ground. The rain descended in torrents nearly the whole day. Tho New castle Eleven wero not despatched until their score had reached 2'-1 runs. The Belvideros ithen went to the wickets, mid when stumps wero drawn had lost ono wicket for 4u run;. The wickets were very wet.

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COMBINED N. S. W. v. VICTORIAN TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

COMBINED BI.S/W. v. VICTOBIAIT TEAM. Words cannot convey the astonishment and disgust which followed the announce ment that Messrs. Grjgory, Moses, and M'Donnell had chosen tue following players to- represent the combined colonies of New South Wales and Victoria on Fridav next airainst Shinv's Eleven, viz.. Messrs. Blnckluiui, A. Binaerinaa, Mid winter, Fltluier, Turner, Ferris, M'Donnell, Garrett, Jouos, SpoSorth, Moaa.5 aud Allen (12th). Out' of tho whole team there uru but four eomyet'.'Ut batsumn, iittd liko ourselves, uiiay will oa^uire the reasons why Midi: iutir. S;wllortli, and A. U.-iiineruuiii have beon' chosen ia preference to Uoran,M'Sh:me and TruuibU. M'Shaae should have been cho3en under any cir cumstances, as he lu* shown by far the bust bovling and batting form of any of the Victorians, and wt- veuture to assort that tho selection co:nmittee-havo be?ii guilty of inconsistency ia ouiittiug the names of such men as tho.ia given-above. Wh-it claim has Allen to be chosen...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887

ATHLETICS.' - (By ' XiMBi.E?ooT.') SoJie- sixty entries- havo been received fcr tho Penrit.h Progress Sports to bo held on tlio 2i)fch inst. Ew ms w ishes to -valk Hnckf ord either in' Melbourne or Ballarat, JB25 aside for fifty m 1' 'When thej were matched last time in Sydney Ewius won. '? Harry Mayuurd, ot S.m Francisco, offers ' t)ursoo{ lWilvl '~i fill KOsipt-8 ;o'yor 2'Uuui. for a glcvfi Contest to a finish , bs- t\\Len Burke and Dempsey. ' It is amusing to read and -notice j the ? dilltitnoe between all the roport«'.;of. the Hutcheii3-3Ialone . match in the city daily; papc. . They are as diverse and unreli ibit as tho many r.:id misleading accounts furnished by ancient historians of a battle. With regard to some remiu'ks of mine last week about allowing W. Moore, of Burwood, to run in ?? a recent . handicap at Tempo, Mr. Young says that he was not aware that tho Woolpack Athletic Grounds were governed by the Sir Joseph Banks rule s ? Archie Farroll consolingly remarked to Mal...

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CYCLING GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

CYCLING GOSSIP. (by SILVEK SPOKES.) I Tho result of the race for tho Profes sional Championship of Australia, between James (of England) and Roll'e (Champion of Australia), caused but little excitement amongst those who knew anything at all of tlie respective merits of tho contestants. Rolfe wns a steady, hard pegging, and con sistent trainer, while James has seen much better times, and achieved much faster records than he can ever repeat. Roll'e w as favourite, and, as many expected, won the first two events somewhat easily. I am sorry to state that James was not up t;o the standard nt all — in fact, he weighed fully a stone too much, which means either too mucli good living or else too high living, or perhaps denotes that tho rider is entirely out of form. We do not wish to detract from Rolfe's merits and win, but these are simple facts which do not pur suado us against our opinion, viz., the best man' won. Rolfe, therefore, holds the title of Cham pion of Australia, but take our ...

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A SUPPOSED BOOKMAKER IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

A SUPPOSED BOOKMAKER IN TROUBLE. Thomas Anderson, who it will be re membered was passing himself off under an assumed name (Vint) and representing himself as a bookmaker, who was arrested in Sydney, was brought up at the Fitzroy Court on Thursday, charged with defraud ing the Colliugwood branch of the National Bank, by altering a cheque drawn for .£3 Ss. to .£308, and receiving- I the latter amount therefor. Mr. Stewart, of Messrs. Malleson, England, and Stewart, conducted the prosecution, and the accused defended himself. The accused tried to show that he was not the man who obtained and cashed the cheque. His identity, however, was sworn to by three employes of Messrs. Boyd and Head, the firm who drew the cheque, and by the bank teller and accountant. Ander son had sold a quantity of bottles ta Messrs. Boyd and Head, from whom he received a cheque for .£3 S3. This cheque had been altered to ,£30S by erasing the words and figures by some chemical pro cess, and substituting the larg...

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MALCOLM W. FORD, The Champion " All Bound " Athlete of America. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

MALCOLM W. FORD, The Champion ' All Round ' Athlete of America. In a recent competition to decide tho ' all round ' athletic championship of Ameriea, Malcolm W. Ford carried off the honours for the second time against a field of acknowledged ability. A summary of his performances on that occasion are as follows : — He ran lOOvds. in 10 2-5sw-. ? n. nugrbr of a mile in 54 l-5sec. ; 120yds., over 10 hurdles 3ft. Gin. high, in just over 17 2-5sec. j threw a 5Glb. weight 19ft. 4|in. ; cleared 5ft. 5£in. in a high jump ; put a 161b. shot from the shoulder 36ft. . 7Jin. ; vaulted with a pole 9ft. 3in. ; threw a lGlb. hammer 7Gft. 3in., and cleared 20ft, lOin. in the broatfjmnp. The com petition was decided by allowing five points to the winner of a single event, three points to second . man, and ono point to third man. Mr. Ford secured 41 points in nino competitions, and being thus as sured of the championship did not compote in the two other events. Unlike many other famous athletes, Mr....

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NEW ZEALAND FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

. ' NEW ZEALAND ; February. 3; 5— Wellington Suminor. 4— Cluthn, Annual. 23, 2-1, 2C— Duncdin Autumn. ! March. 8, 9 — Wanganut Autumn. 11 — Waipawa County Autumn. 15,10,17 — Hawke's Bay Autumn. ' 17— Heathcoto Autumn. i t— waiKonniti Annual. , v 23— Dnnedin Anniversary. . 23, 2t— Oamaru Autumn. { - V - April. ; 11, 12— Canterbury Autumn. 11,12 — Auckland Autumn. : . May. - 24— Petano Wintor. 24, 25 — Dnnedin Winter. ' ' June.. 1-4 — Auckland Stoeplechuso. \ 23 — IIawko!s Bay Steeplcohaoc. q'

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QUEENSLAND APRIL [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

QUEENSLAND April. 1), 11 — Erisbano Tattersall s Club Autumn. ? ? Mat. !- i\ 21 21 — Queensland Turf Club Autumn; \\ general entries, April 3. ? ) 1 v-. TASMANIA. February. 3— BeaconsBcld Turf Club Meeting. Nomi nations, November 30 ; weights, De comber 7. Acceptances and nomina tions M tiiieri Plate and Free Handicap, December 22. 9, 10, 11 — Tasmanian Racing Chib Meeting. Entries for llobart C'up. Wilson Memo rial Stakes, mid T.K.C. Handicap, Janur.ry 3; weights for Hobart C'up, January 14; acceptances for Hobart Cup nnd general entries. January 25; weights for other races, February 1. 10, 17 — Tasmania Turf Club. 17, 18 — Nominations Launceston Cup and ) Two-year-old Race, T.T.C. Handicap nnd Stoeplecliaso. General entries close Jannnry 25. Weights Launceston Cup, Stcoplechaso, Ac.. Februarv 11. Marcii, 1887. ^0,11 — Tasmanian Racing Club Meeting; . XiinriuH ior xiouarc vuj 1. -viison JIem«rial Stakos, and T.R.C. Handicap, January 3 ; woiglits for Hobart Cup. ; 1-i- ; acceptances...

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VICTORIA. FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

VICTORIA. February. z, a— Ararat Tnrt uinb .Mooting, iintrios tor - Ararat Clip, &c., January 5 ; weights, January 18 ; acceptances, January 20 ; goneral entrios, February 1. j-. 5— Moonoe Valley. -Flat Mooting. . . 9— Marong Mooting. ' , 9, jlO— Shopparton Turf Clnb Meeting. . Entries for all handicaps, January 25 : woiglits, January 31; acceptances and general entries, February 7. 10, 11 — Murtoa Raeing Clnb Mooting. Entrios for Hurdlo llace, Flying Stakos, . Murtoa Cup, Publicans' Purse, Marina . Handicap, and Steeplechase, January 0 ; weights, January 15 ; acceptances, January 29 ; goneral entries, February 9. 12t-V.A.T.C. Mooting. Entrios for Oakloigli and Hawksbnrn Handicaps, January 5 ; ? weights, January 24; general entrios, January .11 ; acceptances, Fobruary 10. 14— Kaarimba Turf Club Meeting. 1G— Numurkah Turf Club Jleoting. 10, 17— Salo Turf Club Meeting — Entries for .- handicaps, January 24 '? weights, Feb ruary 1 ; general entrios ar.d accept (h, anccs, Fobrua...

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SPORTING FIXTURES. THE TURF. RACES TO COME NEW SOUTH WALES. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

SPORTING FIXTURES. THE TUBF. hacks to cojrii NEW SOUTH WALES. I'r.mtirAr.T. I 8— Kydo Driving Park. [ n, 10— Murrumburrah Annual, f 9, 10— Tweed Kivr;r. 10, 11 — Braid wood. 12 — Liverpool Mooting. 15, 10 — Now Kn^Innd Meeting. 10, 17— Glen InnoH Jockey Club Meeting. Entries for Annexation Handicap, Glon Innos Clip, Fm-raeabnd Stakos, Dibbs : Plato. President's Pur«e, and Soparo --tinn Unnilifnn TTnhnm.J o. February 12; acceptance, February 2u! 16, 17 — Bathurst Turf Club. 10, 17— Monaro Jockoy Club. 17, 18 — Burrowa Jockey Club, 5— Canterbury Park. 23 — Crookwell. , 1!3,' 2 t—Walcha Jockoy Clnb. ' 23, 24— Temora Mcotinjf. \ 21, 20— Xawcaatln Mooting. ' ' 28— Sydney Driving Park. w i 2a, 23 — Litligow Jockoy Club. MAncii. . - 2— Jloama Mcotinff. {,' ?'), 4— Cootamnndra. 4, 5— Northern 'Jockcy Club; entries, Fob. ruary 2. i.-.-:;'. !), 10— Tumut Turf Club. 1. 10— Orange Mooting. 10— Gi«nning Annual. - 32— :AVallsond and Plattsburg Amatonr. ? 10, -17 — Albnry . Mooting. — Entries for ...

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Queensland Sporting Notes. BRISBANE, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

Queensland Sporting- Notes. (riiortr oun owx correspondent.) Brisbane, January 29. Probably my last letter would be delayed by tlie floods wo have had here, i'or we have been iiluio3t cnt off from communica tion with tho south during- the past week. Fearful damage has been done, and I am afraid there will not be much spare cash loft to go racing with. I am not agriiinliler as n rule, but when a mim lias to ride from Ilia house-door to a firm road 011 the top of the morning bread-cart it makes liini use somewhat strong and expressive language. Tins WI1S wie_ ease witii your special, K. D'Or, but he is thankful for small mercies and that lie is alive to tell the tale. Finnic lias got a iiuo lot of young stock at Uoseviile, Drayton, and lia=i had u capi tal foaling season. In all, I believe, he has about twenty-five foals. The Drayton stud farm is now tho best in tho colony, and it is well managed. Amongst the sires of the youngsters such well-known unities as New-bold, Kobiuson Crusoe...

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Commotion Retires. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887

Commotion Retires. Now that Commotion is scratched for the Champion, it is understood Mr. Pear son's popular old horse will not race again. The following are left in the Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup : — Newmarket Handicap. — William Tell, Nelson, Middlemarch, Silvermine, Mozart, Dunlop, Jjord Wilton, Volcano, I'raua, Blairgowrie, Chesham, My Lord, Madde lina.Locliiel, Inverinay, TheLevite, Umbra, Quintin Matsep, Bonnie Doon, Mitrailleuse, Xantippe, Sedition, Lando, Straight Shot, llichworth, Phaon, Evie, Harvester, Ula lume, Satyr, Salvo, Kenneth, Honora, Newmaster, The Orphan, Vision, Iiaoul, Magnifier, Gadfiy, Pomona, Jfaric Louise, The Felon, Dnfferin, Abner, Devotion, St. Leonards, Agnes, Lady Bell, Soldier's Wind, Chicago, First Game, Musk Eose, Sirocco, Hot Iron, Empress, Frisco, Shark, Iroquois, Lara, Kiora, Rhetorician, Appro bation, Beckwitli, Gonsalvo, Master John, and Ketort. Australian Cup. — Trenton, Nelson, Grace Darling, Arsenal, Sardius, Trident Lord Wilton,...

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