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FOLEY' S GYIMNASIUM. DESERUE v. PIKERING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
FOLEY'S GYWmiASlUWI. Doco ntJE V. IhctKEItlNO. ;0n -Vc(ineMiay, Mr. L. I'oloy s hall was ?crowded byltavera ot boiiig to witness tho iiglit between Jack DorcOrme, of Newtown, «mU Alf. Piotoring, of Gunnon's Forest, for 1 -i50 aside, irt«/l ftho niKftiiCweight champion- j ^.liip of Australia. To keop tho spectators i reppeasod while rtho combsfcants wero prcpar- i ing for the struggle, JcicJ-: Molloy, and Sandal ; trEio Now Zealand 'heavyweight lifter, boxed ; tfour sterling irounils. Sonidal, 111 the last ' .-round, 4 'went for' Moli».y, but tho lattery gLvo him a beautiful ?figxrtliander and sent i 'liim down. IBoth men \boxed with good j ^hemour, and tlw»wed coc^nlerablo nkill. In 1 fiitft Molloy nKw- 'bottermeti a really first-class-j mjin ; and Sandcll. with n'.hi tlo schooling, will ' rriiko an ugly opponent, dtiSiough ho is one of] ttUe best figuresaif a niwi y-ti. seen in public in j Sythioy. about a rpmrtor *to tkiio o'clock, afterh 3Ir. Foley had explained the conditions,.]...
SYDNEY DRIVING PARK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
SYDNEY DRIVING P.VRK CLUB. The following are tho handicaps for thJ I Sydney Driving Park Meeting' on October 23:— ' OB AND DlSTAJfOB HANDICAP. Two ir lilcs. I.ucilla ... sorutcli (jfcl'rVOwea ... 300yds. I.itie Dick ... scratch I)ozv ? 320yds. Cyciono ... scratch All aditn ... 3Myds. Commandor, Nellio ? 350yds. Into Lion- Tommy ... 350yds.. tenant ... 100yds. Princo ? 370yds. ? Polly ? 170yds. Doctor Grant... 370yds. Julius Cujsar ... 170y-ls. Spot ? 380yds. Gladstone, .late Garibaldi ... SSOjdtf. Erin ... ... 175yds. Vormont As Dlueskin ... 200yds. trca ? i 400yds. Lillio G. ... 220yds Minnie ? 400yds. Maud A. ... 270yds. Titino ? 425yds. Sybil ? 28flyds. Greon aud Queen of Kuby ? 500yds. Trumps ... 290yds. Boxloy ... 500yds. Darby ... 299yds. Plain Bi^^g|t.. 500yds. SADDI.K HANDICA^^ Two miles. Leitliamstcad scratcli Town Time ... o03yds. Varmint ... 125yds. Darby ? 320yds. Polly ... ... 170yds. All Sorts ... 315yds. Rambler ... 170yds. Piljjriui ... 3l5ydB. Glndstono. late ? . Sp...
DOOLEYAND SEYMOUR' S MALL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
DOOLEYAMD SEYMOUR'S MALL. Tho first item on the programme win tho bout between Parkas and Mulholland foo four rounds, which tormSnatod vory c iuallv. Tho seuond was between Manning and Steward, which was a give and tako four rounfl* in avotvr of Manning. Clark and Loughlau was n. t.ro'Lt. tn witness, and novel' such a coatest was Been insido tho walls of thU lull, Loughlan terminating tho fight by knocktug Clark cdoan off his pins. Tho next was tha fight to (i iiniah between A. Aitken and Nipper Peakos. Mr. Walsh wav appointod referee, and gavo groat satisfaction. Tho light lasted olovon ronuds. tho first four wero in favour of Peakos, but condition told its talo, aud Aitkon completely outlastodhim, and won tho 1 contest after a hard tussle. Tlio wind-up was j botwoon Seymour and Mick Dooloy, 'which : was a givo aud tako contest, terminating vory - ofjually. This hall will bo open iioxt Satur day night, when a contest to a finish will tako pUuo between Mulholland and F. Parkos. The ...
THIRD DAY. STRING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
THIRD DAY. , ? , , SIHINO HANWCAlr. ( Ono milo aud a quarter. ? ? ; Britixhor .. Chuokstur Fish o' Silver Voeahoutos Itou-Bolt - -Monotti Recall Turpoitt -Gadfly ' Remus KmKinastcr William Toll Claptrap First Prmco Richworth Merrimu Siivermino ? Ooucoo l-nnlop . Bonnie Doon . St. John .SToute Chriato CheHluim IliLrvcnter EEexhiun Scylla , Bohomiau Quintin M Ho^inauay Now York Middlemarch All Gold ? Camerinc SalVo Metiil Day Star STaf-oney Lesbia Miiwrva Acolyt*) Meteor Silver Kin^f Eatra Don Giovan Zeno Trojan Gardouia Tho Awcnb The Invito Muataui? MynW King Lonl Wilton Kuglu Grungo Bnrrlhhi Kohai Jim Cam Goldlako Highland Chief Aglaoa Bn^vo. VETEHAN STAKES. Ono milo and a half. Britlslior Salvo Burrilda I\-cjihontaa AJlluonco Aruenal Multuv A^olyto Golilluko IHonomy Tho Lovito . Silver Kim? Satyr Sard! us - Lord William Cyclops St. John All Gold Claptrap , Now York Iiuftis Tho Pencil Cumorino Lesbia Inlaudor , . . Industry Mottor Gruco Darling Lord W ilton Jack Roach i Trent Kohai ...
VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB CAULFIELD CUP DAY. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB CAULFIELD CUP DAT. (BY WIRE.— FROM OTJE*-yWN CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday. Tho V.A.T.C. Committoo wore favoured with a dolightful day for tho Cup, and thoro was an iratnonso crowd on tho course, in cluding His Excellency tlio Governor and auito. Tho attondance was tho largest ovor known, and tho grandstand proved to bo ontiroly inadequate to accommodate tho spectators. Littlo John was soratched for tho Cup in tho morning at oight minutcs-to 11. selling BXce, of 100 sovs. ; tho winner to bo sold for .£150. Fivo furlongs. Mr. H. Oxcnham's bg Toronto, Gyrs., 7st. 21b. (Gorry) ? ?; ? ? 1 Mr. J. 'Wittinglmm's br. m Houora, Gyrs., 7st. 21b, (Power) ? 1 ? 2 Mr. G. M'Catiloy's l» h Tichbqnio, Gyrs., 7st. 71b. (Ettoriige) ? - ... : ? 3 Starters: Tho Baron, Mistake, Soa Wood,, Cadland. Tichborno, H^nora, Land Shark, Meleagrida, Arioll, Toronto*, and Rougo ot Noir. ? . ; V Betting : 8 to 1 v. Honora, 5 to 1 Mistake, 6 to 1 Tho Baron, Tiohborap; or Toronto, 7 t...
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [By Early Bntn.] Judging from the work allotted to Lord William in tho early morn, his owner evi dently intends visiting Victoria during tho Cup meeting. The liorso is givon left handed exercise, and takes to the alteration kindly. Should all go well with him, and he be allowed to start, there certainly could not be abetter outsider, and tho fact of hi3 worthy owner and trainer being gentlemen above suspicion is quite guarantee enough to cause a lump of money to be written opposite his name. Tho big run made by Lord William in tho Hawkes bury Handicap, his third in tho Sydnoy Cup to Bohemian and Jewel, and tho meri torious dash Bhown by him in tho October Handidap, stamp him 18-carat. With re spect to the movements of those who aro not intended to cross the bordei-, littlo can be said of interest to our readers at pre sent, as a great percentage , who wero wound up for the recent Metropolitan meeting have been eased off. Now would1 be the time for a good bushwacko...
SUNDAY CONCERTS. Ruater' s Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
SUNDAY CONCERTS. Kuater's Concort. Herr Kuster has prepared an unusually strong programme for liis concert to-night at the Opera House, and we are ghid to note that it includes contributions from three lady artistes, all of them being vocalists of high merit. The ever popular Mr. Dunbar will sing two songs and Mr. Dudley Koid will onec more give his amusing aeries of rapid character sketches. The Bohemian Girl, and selections from the Grand Duchess, also a selection Scotch airs will be ren dered by tlie orchestra, under Herr Kuster. . ? ? Botany.'1 ^ , The usual; concert wliich Mr. Fri'ftk Smith has for so innny weeks provided visitors to Botany with will take place this afternoon at the.Sir Joseph Banks Pavilion. Mr. Austin will, as usual, direct the concert for which a first-class programmo is prej pared. Alhamabra. ' To-niglit, as usual, the Sunday evening concert which has now become an institu tion, will take place, when most of the members of Mr. Frank Smith's popular company ...
BEFORE THE CURTAIN. SHAKESPEARE AND SOLOMON. [?] TIMES for Managers, [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
? BEFORE THE CURTAIN. SHAKESPEARE AND SOLOMON. ?bi.um for Matt&Sf®*3* — ? It is a lomr wnv down ^om V- lllmm Shakespeare to Edward Solomon from S JnU,t to nwr ! ^ :i pleas Hilt path alter all, with two nt-trnc ?& 'to it. an,l P}«ntv of enjoyment nil along its length. Evidently both its nn. nonulnr with the Sydney piiblie, for you may nee them ono iiighb weeping 'with, Mtsr JonynR or Miss Dain pi«rf arid the noif lauffhim; . with fa Alice-Bnmett,- whose love nffmrs turn-out - ?more successfully than those of the young Australian tragedians. After all, love in the same thing in Verona anil in Ports mouth, and all its stage manifestations, nerious or comical, are invariably pleasant to tho spectators. But Shakcspearojand * Solomon have not liad it all their own -way. The Minstrels, at the Gaiety, have lmd a lariro number of- udmirors, as indeed they richly deserve to have. Mr. Rickanls , and Miss L;ete havo looked out at full houses at the Academy of Music, Mr. Smith ha...
THE CARRINGTON ATHLETIC GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
THE CARRING-TO^T ATHLETIC GROUNDS. Suarcoly throo yoar.s liavo passod sbioo pro fessional handicaps r5a?ne into„ prominenco, and tho suceeKis that has attondod this branch of athletics 1m* stimulated a influential - com mittee to form a second track at tlio oonior of Dowlin^r and Arthur Stroets, Snrrv Hills, which will He known ns tho Carring ton (}ronni!3, .thoso trucks rank with tho best in tho colonics. and a grandstand capable i-if seating 5000. has boon oroctoil. Tho optning day has Ibecn sot down for December 38, wlion tho greatest prizo ovor offorod in Australia will bo com ?j*otod for, nartioulars of wliioh, with date* of entries and deelariition ot handicaps will bo jround in our advertising colunuis.
FLEMINGTON HANDICAP. Melbourne. Saturday night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
PIiUMINGTON HANDICAP. Melbonrno. Saturday nivbf. Fallowing are the results of the PJemiutfton HiviKhc.ipj— Ninth heat: A. L. Ginivau 1, J. A. Cochrane 2. Won easily by a yard; time, lfisoc. Tenth heat : P.J.Bonnetti l.J.F. Lyons2. Won by a foot; time, l'Jsuc. Klevuuth heat: It. C. RoJidall l, W. Barflett 2. Won easily by a yard; tnno,12fauo. Twelfth heat : J. E. Summers 1. 'J, Webb 2. Won by a. vnrd; hme, Waee. Thirtoenlh holt: C. Keppler 1, F. F. AValn 2. Won by 2ft., u yard between second, and third; time. - llteoc.' Fourteenth heat: L. C. Harrison 1. Y. Uniaeko ti. Won bv a yard and a half 5 time, 13sec. Fifteenth .heat : Ii. Steven* 1, G. 11. Hunt2. 'Won in a walk ; time, lyjsoe. Sixteenth heat: C. K. Davidson 1. ?Jjlfoward 2. Goc lrace; tii»3, l2?seo.
PUBLIC OPINION. THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
PUBLIC OPINION. Tjiet Sat '? ' ' ?'? ' J That Mr. Tnrgott will yot lie a policc magistrate. 1 Tlmt thero -will bo a big row ovor the Appropriation Bill. ' That tho Victorian Assembly is running' nui-a Imivl in f)i« rnr*.n.i-n That the alleged railway -frauds ? will rank as one of the driest of causes on record. ? That wo liave so many wild flower shows that we shall soon have no wild flowers to i Bliow. That the so-called Municipal Conference | amounted to little more than a gigantic boozo. ' ??? | That the Waverley Flower Fair has boon ono of tho most successful events of its kind. ' That the cleric of tho weather sat down very heavily on tlie Marriekvillo Opposi tionists. . ... ,. . That Mr. William Elton is one of tho cleverest comedians Australia hoa soon for along time. That Mr. O'Sullivan will find his new business an improvement on his present | occupation. ? That the South Australian Jubilee Ex hibition will help that colony out of it3 difficulties. ? .... ' Tliat Mr. Garrar...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
BOWLS* Tbcflffitfawl ^B-'Cmain Club4 ivct tliie afternoon 011 tbe latfeer's 11 1 Bulmilx , nnd played a nix r Intel ftw*ch Wflitfu aftor a very nrtjpyablo jpmeof two bours.uiilttftalfveanlted in fcwin forthoCiiy Club bvtJS roints. Aypeuded ar« ^ e full scores j — CITY 'CSTATfi. UALMUIN CLUB. Ko.aiiinJf. No.V.Eiuk. Xicadcr, J.Hfedsos A. G. Ijvedb *\ Scorer, A, Vilnou *.-»# 'VV. Qraj (10 Men surer, S. Creber ( A' Captain. J. Forwy^U ) 'W.Akhvt Ke.'JlSiuk. No.littink. Leader, A. ^ J. M'Doxfflld Scorer, Jei»«oC^*jrley \e» H. Shewstoiao foi Measurer. Ii. K. J. Lontj f'* Captain. t». M. .) J. Davios J No. ,'J 11 ifsb No. « t Loador, C. Hea-1 ^ W. H. Dalry-r.plo*) Scoror, J. James '(, T. l-avenpc«t frtg Measuror. F. 6. QlWiona — Davonport f Captain, C. W. Kaigtit ) B.. B. Cohon ) No. 4 Kink No. 4 Rink. T-cader, J. Sjppel *) ,iv^v?ttr?8 - ? ttsoror, B C cortescno (on G, C. Muvdocli . f.oo Measurer, Chisholm ( J. K^«Terrla i Capiain, Carpenter ) ,G. Stlfo , J No. 5 Kink. . No.i i Kink., Lead...
HANDBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
| HANDBALL- .handball matches of yesterday drew j a -very good atteildanco. A four-handed j ma^lfToetween Hagnev and Nakkin -cm the j -onc^sidt, :indLocky«r and a stranger on the | other, »«u the Rising Sun court, began the progjj&amne. The former won the first two ^auiGs rix ther easily, the latter won the tllimgaxM) by 17 ftcet to zl ; migney ana *5.-ikkiiijrtte final and rubber, by 15 sices to ?m, 1 1 U u s n 11 i n g the uaatch. Thepruicipal mtt-ih |)la»red was between J. Keenan ('(dhampiei)) 'versus Dillo*. and Groghan (ex tdlieduipions), for £10 a&de. Tbin match waaiYon'i^'^illon and -:roghan, who won tfchrfisigaiAesdut of five.
CYCLING GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
CYCLING GOSSIP. i (By Silvkr Spokks.) Tlie Cyclists 100 miles road race vran lately done in 7hra. 3min. -ilscc. by E. Hale. An International cycling1 meeting was hold , at Christiania on August 29th. .T. E. Fonlon I (of London), -won tho 1609 meters International 1 Race, and also the 10.000 meters Interna- j tional Championship for the Wanderers' Cup. 1 Fred Lees (of Leicester), annoxed the 10,000 meters Professional Rac«, beating tho i ' world's '? record, 18min. 23sec. by 16secs. Most of the competitors were Europeans who know a thincr or two upon the 4,biko,,'- and when such riders as Renncnnse (Norway), 1 and Lawsen (Norway) were defeated by a ' Londoner it proves that the British youth is ' as pood at bicycling as at football or cricket, i More rccord 'busting.' Gatehouse has; ridden 20 miles on a tricycle in 50min. 27sec., i and C. Potter rode 50 miles on _ a bicycle in ? 2hrs. -ilinin. 40 3-5.«ec, atthoSurbiton Grormd, ; John Keep, tho veteran, beat J. Rettew in a !' 20-milcs...
BRIGHTER DAYS AT HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
BRIGHTER DAYS AT HAND. - Witli tlie wclcomo downpour of Thursday, lust all danger of di-oufflit passed away from New South Wales, and in tlie coming season tho heart of tho grazier may he glad within him, and tlio eattlo on a thousand lulls may rejoice in tho .plenty that will, reign in the land. f Simultaneously wo hear ol a general (revival of,; British, trade, and . of a .small ; but still definito and certain increnso in tho « prico -of-'our wool. Therefore, »wo may hope ' that have tfoen our worst days; and that1' llH y°od times and bad. 'times alike diil10, 'n oyules, we shall . go on happily for Considerable period ot peace and pr^iJP-'.'ity boforo wo again faco a drought mil. a doprcRsion. in^ 'business. Biit our Vvill bo wasted, and tho/iiard tunes wo, liavo passed through, will 'l'otuniiby- - und-byo with extra severity, if- wcdo i i!is lesson 'n-o liayc learned, \ and, save of the; years, of 'plenty to. provide for tho years of famine. The drought now ended , is one of ma...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to Tub Emtoh. i All business communications, including adverse- i ments. orvlcra for the paper, and remittances \ hIiouIu be addressed to the Bu&iNiiss Manaoeii - and not to Tin: Editok. ? i . ' WEDNESDAY, . OCl'OBER '20. .
THIS WEEK' S EVENTS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
THIS WEEK'S EVENTS. WKDXKBUit. OCTOIl!:n 20. irAaculthral Sneiotv's snrln» show opened .uy Lailv Oiirrin»t'-n iu the novnrnor s Domain. Kind's Schonl ^matour Athlotie Clnli s unnual moi-tinK, Pnrr.imittn Grounds. St. UarnaW School Fast Ival. School of Arts, llurwood, ro roun Hull. Tnunsiixr, pcronriv 21.:, ir^t...'u«mlifliutltitv' Exhibition In the Governor's ? ritt^tr^otIPn^sbyt'''r^'''^ ^'n^y*8^100' aH'ufll CI' curslou to roarl Bay. ,? ' Fiuiut, OtronEB 23. porn Ray, Bathurst-fltrcot .Baptist Sunday-school oxoursion, ' Satohdat, Oc70m:r(21. H.M.8. Orient leave* for London. Roiehill Raco«. . ? ' Svdnov Driving Park Club m^eMnir. N S Rowing Club grand sculling contcst for tho 'Mail' Cup. ^ . j . . :? ,
UNCONSIDERED TRIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
UNCONSIDERED TRIFLES, j . I preseilt -1-1 e assurance of my profonfci. sympathyfe^V alter Scott Targctt, Esqni-vi, M.P., atwb'tm Sir Henry l'arkes has aimed a romitvkivW.r uncomfortable shot, Indeed, ? I confess 'that Sir Henry lias bit the JS^ar gott an uuifwumonly nasty blow, iu ;ir un commonly musty spirit. Just so (It be :'siogers, mow and then, whou forcedtb-Yetire ?iiuiu larc -ji auiiie niiuitsirawt loot tlie;p»or little hamlets thoy ipass on thoir rotroating way, and just aio iray you see an angry dame in a back slum retiring worsted from a wordy eneouBtorvivrith her neighbours spank hor helples? loiTspring all round in order to blow off .to: steam. ?That is exactly what Sir Henry -Parkes has ? done, -lie could not hurt Sir .FMt'rick Jen ?'nings, :but he could go foi .Mr. W. S. ? Targett. Now, I think that .Mr. Targett . would mako a very good in;g?istrate ; and although, of course, he did .not know he would-be appointed, and the JUinistry did not know it either, yet ever.w,-...
ECHOES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
?'ECHOES O FT HE DAY. Botany. dams full. Wool deliveries large. v 'Weather all right again. , William Stanley wanted. Good alluvial at Mannaliill. -7 Plenty of water ovjrywhere. Chicago Minstrels excellent. ? ; . Thieves in tho Free Library. Germany is arming in hnste. Heavy weather at Newcastle. Albert v. W arwiek postponed. Beach retires ? Hardly that. - - '- Dampier a splendid ' Romeo.' British navy to be strengthened. - 1 Importers complain of dull trade. ? ' Bric-n-Brac a hit at tho Academy. ; . Holloway's ' Iugomar '.-admirable. Russia is playing tho waiting game. Hunter River flower show successful. . Protection league formed at Annidale. The Garonne will bo hero on Tuesday. Building trade active on North Shore. Imperial Parliament meet next month. Tonterfield lino to bo opened on Tuesday. Look out for My Sweetheart next month. Imperial Institute to bo opened in 18S8. Billee Taylor to be kept ou at the Royal. Essie Jenyns as ' I'arthonia ' delight ful. . Next round between Sh...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886
NOTES AND COMMENTS. Sir Henry Parkes is undeniably right in his contention that the present distress among tho unemployed might be advan tageously relieved by tho construction of a pormftnent, public work of a national character, in which tlieir labours may take a form of enduring value for the benefit of the colony. Unfortunately, tho Govern ment and the Legislative Council havo between them put an end to the' prospect of such an undertaking. The Government have very carefully extinguished the Cen tenary Exhibition scheme, which would, had it been carried out, have given a quarter of a million sterling to be devoted to the iron and glass and brick and timber and stone workers, to manufac turers, and artisans of many trades ; and tho Council have thrown out tho city railway extension, whereby half a million would havo been devoted to the same ad mirable purpose. Both these works wculd bo Of great permanent value, both would bo ribsolutely reproductive, and both wore worthy of a bett...