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FORDHAM CUP. Balmain v. Excelsior - Thirteen. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
FGHDHAM CTTP. Balmain v. Excelsior Thirteen. ran G. Corkhill, b Tierney ? 1 T. Deaue, c Jones, b Tierney ? 23 |n O. Barnes, l.b.w., b M'Neil ... ... 0 3|| W. Deane. c aud b Tierney .... ... 37 5p| E. Corkhill, l.b.w., b Tierney ? 0 A. Deane, o and b Mackenzie ? 0 SM F. Corkhill, c and b Tierney ... ... 29 ||| H. Brint, b M'Neil ? ? ? 20 Julian, c and b M'Neil ? ? ... 27 Ji. Torr, not out ... ? ? 4 ^ ' Sundries ? ? 8 r| Nine wickcts for ? 149
SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. fllY BACKSTAY.] Jjiist baturday saw the last of tho inter colonial yacht races, aud resulted in a win for tho Janet by 2min. 35sec., allowing for time allowance, the Waitangi not sailing the race through, having only started to comply with tlio conditions of the match. The three heats have resulted in a win for BIr. Blilson's Waitangi, 21tous, with twelve points or, two wins. Sir W. Clarke's - Janet, 35 tons, being -second, with nine points or ono , win .anil a second. .T. R. Fairfax's Blagic, 25 tons, third, with five points or one second and two thirds. I am very much pleased to see tlio cup fall into such good hands, and all I can say is. I hope Jlr. Blilspn will be able to keep it for the three years, butif lie should lose it I hope lie .will solid liis yiiclit to whore the cup goes to try and take it back again. It was a matter of surprise that the Blagic did not have her new sails oh for last Saturday; they are, I believe, a little smaller th...
ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
ROWING NOTES. , (Bv CoKKkTAI.K.) ? I, It appoiu'3 by the reports that come to ?'hand from, the sister, colony, that the Vic torian- Rowing/ Association will , luive a .very successful. day'n sports, on February 10.; At a meeting last week ol the .commit-., too a( deputation' was, appointed to,- wait on tliii i Minister for, Works, : and ask. that, hgentlemiui to mako- arrangements; for the puinpiug of wutor from lluv Vavraiiuto the | -Alport Lako, ns tlici \v(iter was fast drymjv ^~*^*** -- up in the lagoon. Altogether the sum of £150 in prize money is to be distributed among the various events, as follows i ? Senior Eight, £32; Briscoe Challenge lour, £10; Senior Four, £10 ; Wills Chal lenge Sculls;£5; Junior Four, £1-].; Junior Sculls, Krug Sculling Cup Trophy ; Blaiden Eight, £24; Maiden Clinker Four, £12; Maiden Gig Four, £12; Blaiden Pair, £0; Maiden Seulls, £4; Yaelit Raco, not fixed. No man in tlie world, perhaps, has won more rowing races than, Charlie Messen ger. Ho always ...
CRICKET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
[?] (By ' Nor Out.') The combined flow Soutii V« alias nnil Victorian team have added another to the long list of victoricH of Shaw's team. To Kay tlmt the result was unexpected would ?convey but faintly the consternation and surprise with which the Nov/ South Wales and Victorian supporters received the news of their defeat. Tlie gatuo started with all in tho colonials' favour, aud not a few wagers were booked when the English total of 45 runs, and later on when they amassed 110 runs, or 74 runs ahead of their . opponents. The fortune of war was so far entirely on ? their side. Tho Englishmen, however, started their second innings more auppiciously, and having lost but two wickets for 80 runs improved their chances immensely, being then only two wickets to the bad. Their happiness did not Inst -' very long though, for Ferris trundled so famously that when stumps were drawn on Saturday seven of the Englishmen were ?iion est for a total of 103 runs. Little opposition or scoring waa ex...
ALL. ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. FIRST DAY.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
AI.Ii ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. Fiust Day. -Friday. After tho exceedingly wet woather whioh lusted throughout tho Intercolonial match, tho beautiful sunshine, togother with a con genial atmosphere, was gladly welcomed by tho crioketors engaged in tho abovo match. Tho Association Ground looked beautifully groen after tho rain, and thero was ovory prospect of a really enjoyable gamo. Through somo inadvertence it had gone forth to the public that tho match would not bo commenced on Friday, and the fact that tho Intercolonial match had to bo concluded on that day gavo somo eredcnco to tho announce ment. some murmuring was causou through this, as many of tlio public, thinking that tno match would not ho commouced, would not bo present. The matter was jjiscussod, and Inally it was dccidod to start play, although it did not appear likely that tho attendance would bo largo. Tho Englishmen picked out a wioket, and this wan ntflcd and mado as playable as possible under tho circumstances, but if p...
SECOND METROPOLITAN CUP AND MEDIALS. North Shore Clifton v. Fyrmont [?] [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
| SECOND METROPOLITAN CUP j AND MEDALS. j Wortt Shore Cliftons ^ pyrmont ' ... ^'nlioas.' Those clubs started, their match in the presence of a fair number of spectators. Tho skipper of tue N.S.C. winning tho toss, sent tho Pyrmo:it Ivanhoes to the wickets, Roberts and J, Newell being the first to hat, the bowling- boing entrusted to Lamb and Robertson. 'When two runs had beea scored Newell had the misfortune to fall down ou the matting, and was run out. Peck was next man in ; after he had scored 1 Koberts was clean howled with a trimmer oil' Robertson, having teen at the wickets for twenty-five minutes without scoriuu'. A. Newell toined Pick, aud runs I came more freely, and it was not till 32 had been [ scored that the third wickot fell, Newell- 'beita£ f caught and bowled by 'VValtth ,&-r .2S-Tttni,tf7l£anJBX. I ton uow canie tAxUiS-Vl6TCre,-ahti*-TO&'3tfBvbv1Mn-Q to see yorker. Carroll 'jrtandliroa \ luaac, anmmo *1*1* vuctet TQii +nr j«« ? i some nice 2 » Jfti* ...
COHEN CUP. Richmond v Fairmounts. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
| COHEN CUP. Tticlimoiia v. Pairmounts. ... . The Richmonda and Fairinountscommenceatneir ? match for the enp yesterday niternoon, on tlie KTnXaSSStfrt™fT»»S~oI . «anght wituouc r , t^' j0 j. vcry ^,ui for them, I rtWorent on U SS«2: ^icjtntions pnlj totiLiiou as if they ' PllAt one par t of ,the» thcil. wicUots cldvmiul not t eacli - Art,1„r,llai:il,L- aflrm stand B°r- ™ ,i ,? tuTlZo on by contrlbutiiii! 20 rim Ho ® IVmsht «n^^„\!^iVbcin» four for 'Jl, wlulo S f?„ for IS. T|10 Bielimoncls liuvo loBt M Belial' fo? 7 in thoir wcond innings.
GARDINER CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
J ^GAKDiaER CUP. ? ?fHl.t- TisHOttcr mutch, which 1ms usnrpod I to tho detriment of _ tlio big 3 iK'ht' met witli nn untimely ond yestor^ S. / ,i«l ' died' in favour of IV L. nnd iA ; till wickots to tho good. Scores . Alcook 5/ ? innings. 57; second JiimW», .80. F. f V . ??!?. innin'S, St; gocoud innings, no V ' '-.'f'S-i 'Wilkinson nliiycd a cniiitalnot .out O- . v ^ -i for the wmnors. Colbran took Mi iK'uul ]M sniiportcd by Goodsoll; '1| v. ; :.!/'!',,: FninUliiig 'bowled best ' for- ;tUo K, 'iS.iViKini: for the socond round of tlio oup 1 kI'u'O to-morrow, uud tho results will tip el ,llu( KKFi:KBi:-oa Wodnesdny. Soinothing 1°' M eiipiilng tlio' lou« grass should bo- dono 1 \ W the start of tho noxt round. If they do °£ \ |to°throf^ S 18 \ I .
EVES' CUP. Minervas v. Newtown Alberts [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
EVES' CUP. I I Mmervas v. Newto-nni A 1 llflnln I | This matdi resiiHmi . «*«». by 38 nui!. Mino?vnJ m wln,fol'_tlle Mincrrns ,dberts,-W1mKMr'e'as'I,^ ''-'1 ?« ; Newltown ham 3S mil 15 rim'. V™2 E'0 Dl'K- rims lilnyel well. , jEvc ',vitiT oS' clml,,n™n uplendnl i»t out ' ? 'u 'I'T? l'l=iJ'crt n Blincliftrd l.i .,1. i^s» fs°lnK right tliroueh. honor, forliVfee^t'011;. ?'? Biuu'ham, ^irnes,, 'lil w, S «? 1 botw9eu wickets for Furno', riJ if';. ,''10 for 1-t For tlin v i t- '01 'il' I ^Vnlker, threo for li. xm the N.A., Evesnml Whito bowled best. tioCmM^to5™1.11™^' M«'Lv,.osE.-Plnyedo,i in a draw, the Uodf™' 'cnm!^ n,1-1 r?sultfa wickets ftilkr /..A ,' ^ombnd^e occupying the wiekois foMSlS1^,1 #?!?*-? '''f'of sif, K. O'Brien .ji;,,,,? „ j1.1 Elhinnoy t« not, out' 19 bittod*»i if ,.. I '.A' MN'inignn 27, W. Iiowen bowi'l be.-r hdrru,ls- Arnold and PnrooU aIdAVc^ltcV',i2TT',K''':Pln5'e,J nt Mooro Park, Sn, ? S~i«, i f 7 for th' termer by 37 OHveltoV ?_B'!,'0ral 5? (BW4IV ')i W Slmrt'SthJ...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
LAWN TENNIS. TIig first round of tho competition for tlio captaincy. of tho Sydnoy Lawn Tennis Club; winch was postponed last Saturday on account of tho weather, commoncod on h:iturd!'.y nftoi'iioon ut tho club court, at tlio Association Ground, Mooro Park. Tlio onlv piny was between Moksi'h. H. Pox and C. W. Croiipor, which resulted in an oa'sy win for* c i* i ,1,0 1-lay 1V!ls fov tlio best tlireo of fivo sots. Mr. Cropper, who was in oxcol- . lout lorrn, and jjravo some first-class oxhibi .tions ot his skill in tho courts, won tho first thrco sots with G -1, G-2. and G-3 point's 3! i i 1 i les* 0 '10 competition will bo played off at au early date.
Training' Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 February 1887
\ Training1 Notes. Training at Flemington yesterday was not commenced until quite 5 o'clock. Mr. W. Hickenbotham was ' the first to initiate proceedings with his string. With the exception of a brown horse who slipped over six furlongs in good time, none of tho others wont out of a canter. ? Mr. S. G. Cook's Cyclops acted as school master to a fine three-year-old colt by The Enn-linhman — SDrimrtiine. and Brinkman spurted. T. Payten restricted Perfume to a steady canter, but Aberdeen and Abercorn negotiated five furlongs fairly well, the latter appearing to have a trifle the best of his companion. Mr. J. Morrison gave Beeswing strong work on the sand, and New Fashion and Dufferin were sent on the tan, the latter with body sweaters on. Hogmanay cantered. Mr. W. Dell's Sir William went long slow werk, and Mr. Mowbray's Miss Jessie (none the worse for her' two falls at Oak leigh on Saturday last) and Maud likewise went steadily. First Consul (in rugs), Dark Duke, and Rupertswood, in th...
MELBOURNE SPORTING. MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887
MELBOURNE SPORTING, (KliOM OUR OWN COKBESrO.VDE.VT). Monday Evknino. Racing men are now having a busy time. Next Saturday's V.A.T.C. meoting is attracting immediate attention, nnd on the following Saturday, the 19th, the Elstern- ; wiok Park meeting follows, when the event of the day will be the Brighton Cup of .!00 sovs. Then comes Saturday, 2Gth, the first day of the V.R.C. Autumn meeting, which extends over the 3rd and 5th March, and for this meeting, of course, all the gorid things are being kept. Saturday's Moonee Valley Meeting was a success, and Mr. Cox must congratulate himself upon tho attendances he gets at this pretty racecourse. The weather, which was cloudy in the morning, cleared up about 1 o'clock, and the day proved delightful, so that ns the first race did not start until 2 o'clock the public had plenty of time to make up their mind togo to pic turesque Moonee Valley. Tho favourites did not come in in the order the public could have desired, and it was loudly com pl...
Queensland Sporting Notes. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887
Queensland Sporting Notes. (FIU-« me own coreespondent.) Brisbane, Monday. The- Novtlieiu Racing. Association and the Q.T.C. appear to be as far off an amicable settlement as ever. There can be no doubt that in the north of Queens land they have some really good horses, and that the racing men there are not afraid to-spend' their money in purchasing them, everybody knows. It would be a decided advantage to both club3 if the whole of their meetings could be raced through under' one- set of rules. I have lately had' a- conversation with a racing man who has been. up north, and he tells me that the- northern clubs are by no means disposed. to-stiek out, provided that the Q.T.C. willimeet thorn in a fair spirit. This is quite natural,, and I must say that the. Q.T.C. had better look to their interests, oiv they may find that the younger association, will be a shade too strong for them.. I'or the interests of racing in the colony it is highly advisable that the princij-al- clubs should a...
STABLE GOSSIP. MR. T. B. BALDWIN, TROTTING MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887
STABLE GOSSIP. MR.' P. B. BALDWIN, TKOTTINO MASTER. [Bv 'Eault l!ir:i-.'] Trotting in Australia may fairly be said to be in its infancy, but if such worthy fjentlcmen as I)r. Slade nnd Mr. George Hill persist in introducing bucIi trotting strains of blood a* those of thoir first in troduction into our land, there ia every reason to hope that our trotters will in time to mi! hold their own with the representatives and native* of tlie Stars nnd Stripe*. There is scarcely any sport to be thought of that exrites more ad miration nnd enthusiasm than that of trotting when it in carried on uprightly, honestly, and fairly. I iln not say that the Australians as a rule do not do t»o, but it is palpable tliut several horses who might have appropriated races are still maidens, hauging back until the sport becomes more universal, and an a conse quence prize-money more valuable. With auch men aa F. It. Ualdwin on the track, and with such cattle ns lie has under his charge, a want lias been filled...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887
On Saturday last a jockey named Richard Benson, aged 14 years, was tnkeft to the Melbourne Hospital, suffering from serious injuries, which he sustained through being thrown from a horse. He was, it appears, ridiijg the racehorse William Toll, .the favourite for the Newmarket Handicap, in his training, when he fell. On admission to the hospital it was found that he had sustained serious injuries to the knee and thigh, nnd one of hi3 arms were broken. It is thought, besides, that he was injured in ternally. He was on admission in a seini uuconscious condition, in which he re mained for fiime hours, and died in the afternoon. His parents are said to reside at Alphington, To the investor in Turf matters what better spec, than consultations ? In ' Barb's,' now open on the Australian Cup, the lucky drawer of the winning horse gets the magnificient sum of one thousand pounds ; second, JJ300'; third, JC200. ? Be sides these there are about a hundred other prizes. This spec, costs only ton ...
VICTORIA. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887
VICT^TA. February. 9, 10— Sheppmton Turf Club Meeting. Eutrios for all handicaps, January 25 : weights, January 31 ; acceptances and general entrieu, February 7. 10, 11 — Murtoa Racing Club Meeting. Entries for Hurdle Raco, Flying Stakes, Murtoa Cup, Publicans' Purse, Marma * * ? Handicap, and Steeplechase, January 6; weightH, January 15 : acccptancos, January 29 ; general entries, February a 12 — V.A.T.C. Mooting. Entries for Oakloigh and Hawksburn Handicaps, January 5 ; weights, January 24 ; general entries, January 31 ; acceptances, Fobruary 10. 14— Kuarimba Turf Club Meeting. 16— Nnmurkah Turf Club Meeting. 10, 17— Sale Turf Club Mooting— Entries for handicaps, January 2 4* weights, Feb ruary 1 ; general ontrios and accept ances, Fobruary 10. 16— Talbot Annual Mooting. 10, 17 — Tasmanian Tnrf Club Mooting. — General entries, January 25; weights for Launcoston Cup and Stcoplochaso, ' Fobruary 12; acceptances, for Laun coston Cup, &c., Fobruary 14. 14, id — ©c. Annum xuri ...
SPORTING FIXTURES. THE TURF. RACES TO COME NEW SOUTH WALES. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887
SPORTING FIXTURES. THE TTnOF. BACESTOCOMi, NEW SOUTH WALES. Ff.buuaky. S, 10 — Murmmburrali Annual. 9, 10— Twood River. 10, 11 — Braidwood. 12— Livorpooi Moctiiif?. 15, 10 — Now England Mooting. 10, 17— Glon Innos Jockoy Clnb Mooting. EntrioH for Annexation Hundicap, Glon Innos Cup, Fnrnicabiul Stakes, Dibbs Plato, President's Pnrno, and Sopara tion Handicap, Fobruary 2; weights, February 12 ; acceptance, February 20. 10, 17— Hatburnt Turf Club. 10, 17— Monn.ro Jockey Club. 17, 18— IStirrowa Jockoy Club. 23-Crookwcll. iSI, 2-1 — Walclia Jockey Clnb. 23, . 21 — Tomora Mooting. 24, 20 — Nowcastle Meeting. 20 — Sydney Driving Park. 20, 28— Lithgow Jockey Club. Makcii. 2 — Moama Meeting. 3, i— Cootamnndra. . ?I, r, -Northern Jockoy Club ; entries, Feb ruary 2. 0, 10 — Tumut Turf Club. 1, 10 — Orango Mooting. 10 — Gunning Annual. 12— Wallscnd ami Plattsbnrg A matour. 10, 17— Albiiry Mooting— EntrioH for Albury Cup, &c., February- 10; weights, fob ruary 28 ; uceeptuncos, March 9; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887
FIGTREE, WINNER OF THE CANTERBURY HANDICAP. Our illustration which represents Fig tree, the winner of the Canterbury Handi cap. on Saturday last, is a faithful portrait of the son of Kupid Hay and Cremorne, who was bred in the Illawarra district, and. until recently, was owned by Mr. Kobci t fjlliott. Having proved himself to be a cut above the ordinary racehorse in the South Coast district, uiany ollcra to purchase him were made, but not until Air. N. T. Payten, of Goulburn, offered JC500, could his former owner be induced to part with him. He was ridden in tlie handicap above referred to by Johnny Fielder (Gst. 111b.), the well-known light- . weight, whose riding is always tho theme of admiration, not only on tlie metro politan racecourses, but wherever he is engaged.