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Trenton and Trident. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

Trenton . and Trident. The scratching of Trenton has shortened Trident's price for the Champion. It is stated that Trenton's feet, which always iverea source of trouble, have again be come very tendor. ?

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Warrnambool Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

Warrnambool Turf Club. ?The Warrnambool Turf Club m arrang ? in' the Winter Steeplechase Meeting, lias ?made, the Steeplechase the leading evont, ?, witli'200sovs.

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tandstickor. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

Tandstickor. E. Gray lias Tandstickor looking quite gay in work again.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Flemington Training Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

riemington Training Notes. The various trackB are all in goou oruer, ?unl 'i start with the morning's work was . 'made shortly after half-past i o'clock. J. Morrison sent Hogmanay round the track ... i.:„ Mcimllv free manner; All Gold ? negotiated a mile and three furlongs on ? the outer track in even time. W. Hicken bothani treated Honeybee to a strong seven furlongs, and Master Jack was sent ,,-if niice. Essie and others of the ? team went steadily. S.G. Cook's Leider -tafel ran six furlongs m good timo and finished up well. Marie Louiso can tered on the tan .and Cyclops and the Kn»Jishuian colt worked in company. H, Chiffney cantered the 'King's Son, and Hilltop, the hurdle racer, did- likewise. LeBbia did good work. T. Payten gave Hexham a gentle canter on the tan, fol lowed by Trident, and after they had both traversed round, the lattor jumped off at score, and quickly catching Hexham, who was waiting for him, the pair kept together until within half a furlong from where the Au...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
T. Coffey. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

T. Coffey. .T. Coffey, the Flemington trainer, who has been very ill, is now about again.

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Changed Hands. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

Chan tred Hands. . It is reported that Honeycomb changed : bauds the night before the Moonee Valley . meeting.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of a Racehorse. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

Death of a Racehorse. The hurdle-racer Joey, who hurt himself at Ararat, has since died from the injuries 'lie received.

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Arrivals from Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

Arrivals from Sydney. Mark .Thompson, with Faugh-a-ballagli ;.and Phaon, arrived from Sydney to-day.

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V. R. C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Tho following aro tho Victoria Raoing Club's genoral ontries for tho autumn moot ing s — ESSENDON STAKES. Nolson, Blairgowrie, Chosham, Duration, Hogmanay, All Gold, Dunlop, Sardius, Tho Nun, Cyolops, Lord Wilton, Crusoe, Graco Darling, Volcano, Arsonal. TnE HOPEFUL STAKES. Tho Telegram, Citadel, Bowmont, Lord AUon,Mana, Albert Loddon, Pakoha, Matamu, Pingara, Carnival, Lipdortafel, Boz, Tabard, Branchiopoda, Loyalist, Locksloy, Aberdeon. BRUNSWICK STAKES, 1 Nelson, Monotti, Fish o' Silver, Danseusc, Chuckstor, Claptrap, Hogmanay, Beoswing, Dunlop, Musk Roso, Mastor Jack, Maddelina, Loohiol, Uncas, Salvo, Maronoy, Mitrail leuso, Chicago, Silvormino, Kohai, Losbia, F.F., Impulso, Riohworth, Motal, Moteor, Tho Nun, Lord Wilton, Tho Lovito, Lara, Cadland, Gardenia, King of tho West, Jim Cain, Empress^ St. John, Shark, Magnifier, Fraud, Folly, Faugh-a-ballagh, Phaon, Sol dier's Wind, Yellow Jackot, Gipsy's Warn ing, Tho Orphan, Lord Cochrane, 'Frisco, Hoxham, The ...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEN INNES RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

GLEN INNES RACES. Tho following are tho entries for tho IGtli and 17th instant : — annbxation handicap' Gladys Lavender Stanley Red Wing Butterfly Tomki Slender Coral Magnolia Young Oemano Favo Akloso Wah Katie Stout Riotor Orlando Vain Hope Marian Maud Barney Nonsense Victory Hazard Soclusion Panic Oakwood Simon Red and Black African Emorald Myall King . Black Domon Starlight Coroban Yallavoi Winnio. GLEN INN3CS CUP. Carnation Minorah Ajax Loinstor - B.Y. Bonnie Bee Tho Jewel Ravenswortli . Stanloy Casino Butterfly Slender Malta Coral Tom Brown Nabocklish Free Soleotor Carlisle Vain Hopo . Sir Walter Siberian Marian Comus Fair Ellen Zono Victory Panic ? . Mario . Laguna . , i Fenolla . ? . Garella ; . Red. and Black Myall King . Emerald ? My Love 1 , Midnight Sloth -'Invader GlenElgin . Contaur :: ? Folly . Dagobort Coroban A . ? Sorolla. Freedom. Bay Dot « DIBBS PLATE. Carnation Gladys Eloho Minorah Ajax Loinster B.Y. Bonnie Bee Tho Jewel Ravonsworth Stanley Rod Wing Bortha Butter...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. The following horses remain in tho Sires' Produce Stakos, to bo run in the Autumn Meoting, 1887 : — SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES, Tho V.R.C. {Sires') Produce Stakos, of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., 2£ sovs. only if doclarod ? and paid to tho seorotary of the V.R.C. or A.J.C., before 4.in. on Tuesday, Fobruary 1, 1887, 'with 250 added, and 760 subscribed by owners of sires. For two years old colts, 8st. 101b.; fillies, 8st. 71b. Tho nomi nator of tho sire of tho winnor to rocoivo 100 sovk. out of tho stake, and the broodor of tho winnor to roceivo 100 sovs. out of tho stake, and tho second horso to reooivo 10 per cont. on tho gross amount of tho stako. Three-quarters of a milo. Tho half forfeit to bo declared and paid to tho V.R.C. secre tary before 11a.m. on tho day before tho raco, or tho nominator will bo Hablo for tho wholo stako. (158 subs.) Mr. T. Coffey's b or br f Patience, by Glorious— Catherine Soyton Mr. J . G. Roid's b c Lithologist, by Lapidist —Daphne Mr. S. G...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIAN TURF CLUB. LAUNCESTON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

TASMANIAN TURF CLUB. LAUNCESTON CUP, Of 250 sovs. ; second, 20 sevs. ; thu*d, 10 sovs Ono milo and threo-quartors. (Melbourne ontrios.) . Essie Iroquois Gardenia ? Monotti Fish o* Silver Duration Harvostor . Western ? Honey Boo Salvo TASMANIAN TU 11V CLUB HANDIOAP, Of 100 sovs. ; second, 10 soys. Ono milo and a-half. (Molbounio entrioR.) Essio Iroqnois Gardenia Menotti Fish o' Silver Duration Harvostor Western Honey Bee. STEEPLECHASE, Of 100 soys. ; second, 20 sovs. About two. miles and a-half. (Melbourno entrios.) Gildoroy Monarch.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

TASMANIA RACING CLUB. Tho following ontrios wore roooived on Wednesday for tho Snmmor Meoting, to bo hold at Hobart on the 9th, 10th, and 11th of Fobruary : — I hobart cur, | Of 300 rovs. : second, 35 sovs. ; tliird, 15 sovs. Ono milo and a half. Tho following weights have been do clared : — jiobart cur. st. lb. # st. lb. Duration ... 10 10 Iroquois ... 7 8 Volo^no ... 9 0 Harvester ... 7 5 Gardenia ... 8 6 Fish e' Silver... 7 2 Hoxham ... 8 4 Amelia... ? ... 7 2 Honoy Bee ... 8 2 First Light ... 7 0 Salvo ? : 8 0 Cestus ... ... 7 0 Pocahontas ... 8 0 Mayday ... 6 12 Vision ? 8 0 Maori Chief ... 6 12 Essie ? 7 13 Knave ? 6 9 Western ... 7 12 Borealis ... 6 9 Umborto ... , 7 10 Stalbort C 7 Monotti ... 7 10 King Louis ... 6 2 Granvillo ... 7 8 Bay Middloton 6 0 Tlio aocoptanccs oloso on January 25. I WILSON MEMORIAL STAKES, ftp 190 i n enva . +K1V/I ^ o/wa Onco round and a distanco. (Melbourne Entries.) Iroquois Harvester Fish o' Silver Honoybeo Essio ? Monotti F.F. Duration Gardenia...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DENILIQUIN RACES. DENILIQUIN J. C. SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

DENILIQUIN RACES. DENILIQUIN J.C. SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES, ' 1889. Mr. G. C. Jeffrey's b f, by Meteor— Actress Mr. M. Dowliug's b c, by Meteor— dam by Touch stone ? Mr.. J. Postlcthwaite's b e, by Meteor] — dam by Alarm Mr. J. M'Crac's b f, by Lothnir— La Belle Mr. G. Ashcroft's b or br f, by Hercnles— unknown Mr. G. Ashcroft's ch c, by Hercnlos— P 'rytale Mr. G. Ashcroft's br or bli f, by Hercules— nn- knowii Mr. G. Ashcroft's blk or br f, by Hercules— Pre- mier mnro Mr. J. Donohoe's b or br c, l-y Hercnlos— unknown Mr. M. Power's ch c, by Hercules— Dolo mare Mr. 'W. J. M'Kee's br c, by Alarm— Zebra Mr. W. M'Carthy'y br c. by Spark— Katio Darling j Air. 'J . is. uorues cii c, oy x arnigon— omrta I Mr. J. Leo's b or br c, by S|»ark— Miursrie Lauder Mr. W. P. Robertson's b or br c, by Troubadour unknown Mr. W. F. Robertson's f c, by Troubadour, by Bryan O'Lynn Mr. W. Mackenzie's br c, by Albury — Legacy Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by Lothnir— Barmaid Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by Lotlmir— Peerless Mr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

LIVERPOOL JOCKEY. CLUB. The following aro tho entries for tho Sum mer Meeting of tho Livorpooi Jockoy.Club, to bo hold on Saturday, tho 12th inst. : — PACE HANDICAP. Three-quarters of a milo. Speculation- Trevellyn Holt Buttercup Figtree Lady Flootwood Exbank Nccklace Recruit Frisco Contaur Spoilt Child Soldier Boy' i La Valliero ^ Goldlako Wanda * Faro Albanus Jackson Leumoah Cerise and Gold Sontenoo Euroclydon Lady Marion Major Abner Nor' Easter. AUCTION RACE. One mile. Emilius Ellington Presentation Nepioallina Hopeful Rosary Exbank. LIVERPOOL HANDICAP. One and a quarter milo. Pinkie Frisco Tristan Lord of the Lako ' Casket Goldlako Recruit Faro Lancor Fraud Ellington Ncpicallina Pilot Centaur Figtree Dagobort Explorer Sir Edward Victory Maid of tho Lako Loumoah Ceriso and Gold. HELLING RACE. Throo-quarters of a mile. Rebellion Trevollyn Holt Hopeful Lady Fleetwood Tarrapoo The Primate , jmoirui iiuttorcup Gladstone Maid Vixen La Valliero Meleoboe THE WELTER. Seven furlongs. Quee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

COOMA RACES. The following nominations for the ensuing raoos have reachod the Secretary : — - MONARO JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP. Attwator's Prince Cosgrove's Duchess Hubert Moore's Wexford W. Edwards ns Do- Piesloy's Tho Scamp spair Padioy's Hopoful M'Minnon's Waltham W. Coman's Glon Harvison's Sweot- duart heart. COOMA HANDICAP. Attwater's Prince Robertson's Patch Hubort Moore's Wexford Woodcroft's Julian Hutton's Romany Poisloy's The Scamp Rennio Pooloy's Sundown Choighland's Bronzo wing. TOWN PLATE. Attwator's Prince Cosgrovo's Duchess Hubert Robertson's Patch Moore's Wexford Woodcroft's Julian Pooloy's Sundown Padioy's Hopoful M'Minnon's Waltham Peisloy's The Soamp W. Edwards ns Des- W. Coman's Glen pair duart Harvison's Sweetheart. HURDLE RACE. Moenbar Sting. Surplus Glenduart.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

BATHURST TURF CLUB. Tho following handicaps have boon de clarod for tho Bathurst Turf Club races, for tho 16th and 17th : — BATHURST CUP, A milo and a half. st. lb. st. lb. Dagobort ... 8 10 Carissima ... 0 12 Silver King ... 8 7 Friondless ... 6 10 Sloth ? 8 7 Frisco ? 6 8 Folly ? 8 5 Presentation ... 6 8 Kathloon ... 8 5 Tooralo ... 6 8 Loumoah ... 8 0 Faro ? ? 6 6 Pilot ? 7 12 Nolly ... ... 6 6 Goldlako ... 7 10 Tambo... ... 6 4 Resolve ... 7 9 Terminus 6 4 Tho Folon ... *7 7 . Audacious ...6.2 Uppercut ... 7 7 Granny 6 2 Comus'.:. ... 7 5 Adventurer ... 6 0 Maid of tho Slow Joe ..» 6 .0 Lake... ... 7 0 - . MACQUARIH PLATE. ? ' ; A milo and a quartor. st. lb. st. lb. Dagobort ... 8 12 Carissimd 7 0 Kathleon ... 8 10 Friendless ... 6 12 SilvorKing ... 8 9 Little Dick ... 6 12 Folly ... ... 8 7 Frisco... ... 6 10 Sloth ? 8 7 Presentation ..; 6 10 Speculation ... 8 5 Teoralo ... 6 8 Leumeah ... 8 2 Faro ? 6 8 Pilot ... ... 8 0 Nolly ...' '... 6 8 Goldlako ... 7 12 Tambo ... 6 6 Reso...

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NEWCASTLE JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

NEWCASTLE JOCKEY CLUJ?. Tho following aro tho ontrios for tho New castle races to take place on tho 24th and 26th OPENING HANDICAP. § ' Black Hawk, Irene, Nonsense, Sir Franois, Allandale, Tho Minor, Simon, Starlight, Opholiu', Emerald, Nevada, Invader, Cardi gan, Red and Black, Garolla, Taurauga Araleno, Victor, Lone Star, Trevollyn Holt Seclusion, Sentence, ' JOCKEY CLTJB HAWDICAP. Stanloy, Duko of Devon, Carlisle, Allan dalo, Ldguna, Emorald, Myall King, Konara, Invador, B.Y.. Carrican, Littlo Mick, Garolla, Red and Black. Zeno, Mario, Oomus, Victor, Jasproes, Sorolla, Lord of tho Ltwko, Maid of tho Lako, Sloth, Pinkio, Folly, Dagobort. WELTER HANDICAP. Jaok Roarty, Dttko ef Dovon, Carrington, Droamor, Wilborforco, Littlo Mick, Sorolla, Teaser, Marie, Victory, Pinkie. , FREE HANDICAP. Ireno, Sir Francis, Duke of Dovon, Allan dalo, Tho Minor, Simon, Emerald, Littlo Mick, Garella, Rod and Blaok, Toazor, Zono, Comus, Coroban, Sorolla, Lord of tho Lako, Victory, Seclusion, Sentence, ...

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A Commemorative Day Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

A Commemorative Day Adventure. In these days when the mightiost of the earth havo undertaken story trilling for fashion and fame, I sup pose I may bo pardoned for attempt ing to narrate a littlo tale of my own. And if in so doing I may perchance deprive somo moro legitimate quill manipulator of an extra bretzel, I beg him to neither grumble nor grieve ; lot him remember that the meek aro among tho blessed ; let him not for get that the poor are abundantly compensated in a better world, where bretzels [are not ncecssary to their existence. I mean to be entirely candid about myself, not because candour, like honesty, is politic, but because it is one of my inherent characteristics. And so I will begin by announcing that I am an actor, standing on the topmost pinnaclo of my profession. My name is Algernon Yon Stein De Warwick, and I am a direct descen dant of ono of the more eminent Norman conquerors. I could claim a title if I desired, but I have always maintained that nothing so much...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

i importers o ' V j n hats caps a* mm 438 CEORCE.S* ®||p^ A SYDNEY ^ $1 r iW/7 opposite jLaJsetters

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