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AQUATICS. ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

AQUATICS. BOTAL SYDNEY YACH W SgPABBOM'. I Bt ' Backstat/'I 1 TrliW first of tho Boriotf of racos for* Iho ctfp jsi'rt'diy J^caentod by Co?j)nel GoscoigT*?* to tho RS.Y.' ftfttadront to bo o€»mpotcd for b/ thoir harts', oanxy off on Satnrdi^y. Thift oiliwill b© raced f or c&kto orory yorir^nd baa fo ho^vWD bv tho samo owtoor tliroo timttf in suooeesiisTV befoto becoming hkproporty, etfin all pnsbaliilr?/ tho raointf w5u oxtond ov-5r BOvorrtl'yoaW' to oomo, bnt as* tho Bqnadrcrt j givo tJio' fiV&tf fconfc a prizo of' X20, and the* second J115, tlkfifo will always tv somothing'' Jor tho (i-oat^ ffafcemato onouph 'to got thoao positions ail' ttitWi£h tho matonea. Tho o/-triesr this oooosio^ woro: — Waitangi, A. Gi- flftlwm, 21 tona,: scratch ; Jo8. IivFavT&x, 25 tons, -IraLy, 30soo. ; Sirdsoo, 3. 'W. 10 tons, 15mhH SOaoo.; Sao, Dr. fclilfottS: . (i: tons, 24min,. SOsoo.; Asgo.jai, 6. F. ; M^SVUin, 6 tons, Sfniin.; Caring Major'QadoO^flO; 9 tone, 25miai Cou!iso: ...

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MELBOURNE CRICKET. (BY WIRE.— FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

OLlltvOfilfRt CBICKET. (vr WIKK. — FJIOM Oisa C0nmK?0NDK9T). MvxnnniiVK. Saturday Nipcht. ? In tlio match Eaat MTolbourne v. Carlton, Cfcc former in tlieir flrafc innings ma do 223. CiJil'totT, ilrst innings, 1G1 ; second mmng3, tlireo wfolcots down for !)(J. itfeffittu'ttJe Cricket Club v. Bnllaiat. I'lio1 Si-tifcr' fa thoir first innfags wndo lil. lIolbtrnTlMs- feat innings, oni? wicket for l'Ol, $hito- oat out, 115: M'llwraift, ilofc out, 5S'. H'otliiiii1 v. tfn'fyflraity. — Thy former 10 tfllts' first latiiiigSf I'.wd five wickets' down for' Qiioetislcrry v'.- Western Mbrket. — Tl.C formW ill' ffe' first innings scored 174^ Crsptilet v.. OtmtywH — Cnpulet 113 -ind 90. OtmOnd. lVS! attd'ono wicket for '18. Nortli PitzrJy vl I&t/iwm Hill TTnittt. — Tho lattor in Mbir'fittH/' innings scoreti1S9. North Fitzi-oy, first' itiitttga, four wiciSts for lGiS ? ? CoatiS'V.' CIp. AnVil lv:'. — .1 two days was played botwcdiV tlierfd ' itoams _on J anuar y 29 and J'sbrtiary 5,- and rf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

' ? Hbdioal. ? APTERTISE A GOOD THING uESMm ATRADKMAEK-' ' TONIC NKEVINE.'' SAPE^ CKRTAIN, and SM5KDY CUBE for Nor--W3 ana Gonoral DoKIity, and nil com piatute thfcb spring from Istc^ of norvo force, wi Neuntlgiiv Nervous Headnci^y Norvousness, Iud3r gcfltion, Sons of Aopotil^ Femalo Disordwrs, Torpid l.nyor, General PxtfMration, ImpovorhihvDd Blood, **emuturo Beoliut\ Lota of Vital Powc*\ Uo. « o&aic auu soothing effeota it at ouce roui0.vo9 all wAtlag for AlcohoV By ite richness »^]-ho&« ^ °tker potv^ful vitalisiug olerfronta. MARSHALL'S NERVINE uourish^q ai^ gives rigour to wholo system. lUico, 4s. 6d. stud biV all Chomiat^ m^I Storekeepers. Proparod &]jhyT MA1WHALL BROTHER^, SyOaoy, E^- K.B.— Ml ImWAUw

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WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

MTH SOCK ANI) BUSKIN. The Noble Vagabond is adjudged to bo *«t]ie best play produced since the Silver King. * * » ' ? In the best days of the Gaiety, no such magnificent production as Monte Christo Junior has over been seen on its bonrds. * « u A very successful adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, has been produced at The Prince of WalcsTheatre, London. « » Tho Drury Lane pantomime of the pre v. Bent year surpasses all its predecessors. It IB written by Mr. E. L. Blanchard on the famous Btory of All Saba and ihe Forty Thieves. No less than four hundred young ladies appear in tho cavo scene as the ' Re tinue ' of the robbers. - * * * fifteen thousand people wero present; at M r. Pain's Inst firework display in Mcl bourno on 'Wednesday. , # st # A complimentary benefit concert to Mr. David Lee is to bo hold in the Melbourne Town Hall on Saturday, February 10. * # » It turns out that Sardou's famous play of Lc Crocodile, which is all the rage just now : in Paris, appears to be nothing m...

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THE MAN IN THE WATER. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE "[?]"] [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

THE MABkilN THE WATER. [to the i'rilT03 or the 'itnBSasn.' I Sir, — I will tlrnnk you to permit of my replying through your valuable paper to the following, paragraph in Mr. p. 'W'. Sliarp'a letter 'which appears in your issue of tho Referee of live 3rd inst.. undor tho Iwading the 'Man m the 'Water' : — 'Ofyourse'all are aroaw! thatthe Carlott'i did rescue him, he Isoing able to oatoh lier aa. slie passed, few- she did not stop.' I htero to state I saited the Car lotta to Mr. Doran'a assistance with the I intention ofirrescuing him. To do this my I boat was biirtight so dead tefore the wind 1 that we expected every moment she would Jj jibe horael.'i.in which case- vie must hav- - ® capsized. Thero was no quicker way of ' iT arriving nh.the spot, and aa wo drew, near ? M every mact,waa off thegmwale, ready to-. fv grasp hia». My two forward hands . .Wi (Messrs. Prod Jtobinsan ond Beynon , I Eeed) vjere the first to catch hold,.. I and had considerable- difficulty ia- J pulling him i...

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DINGY RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

DINGY EACE,. ('Tlt'i Backstay.'), Gneat intorest. has been evinced! for some TWiok.* in tho matidi between tlia, two woll known dingiest, Our Boya and Sophia, OHQOcially as thpjr. w&ro to raco iai&w2ry senso jottho torm ' besluand boat.' Tho naitoli was ?nuulo tor aai'io,- and took plaMtcmSaturdav iifiorn«on, resulting in an easy.- wiu for tho Oui; Boys. Tho- course was froim moorings off Cockatoo Isl-.-T'J, round Shark. Island, and Iwwk to tho ataitMg point. Mrt.Cohon waa .stakeholder. M-v.J/ihuson wius to. havo acted ;as staxtor and iMujiiiu, but did noLshow up, and tluiy agreed *:o-8tart by mutual, consent, ?gjanff* ttW^r'Bbo«ifc:a- p.m.— Thfe;6fdb'oeii^ ''' flood, allowed both.captains to show, out their ability in trying to avoid ii. where .posaiblo, and plainly -/vsihlc that :Fln,Vhi-r know; moro about. v i± than ;Gcifitlis. After thtvsiart both bo-tts stood for tho, Wolvorino, and.Flotchor, who. luid lee ;ward position, worked out in fronA of. liis ; antagonis...

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SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

SYDNEY AKCATETTE. SAXZOTKO ClaUB. ! (By * '? Backs'vat. n- Tho abovouamed club sailed itwo, interesting races on Saturday afternoon Tho first was con£nod to lmlf-dookors, 25ft, and ovor, for a trophy presented by tho Mayor of Sydney, tho conditions boing that it had to bo won 'fcwiofc by ono boat. Threo boats ontorod and ww placed at scratch, tWr n^inoa boix^g J. S. x-ativ. TO1? VftW doffpotahod to a flying ntatt, tlio oouwo bcin'^ ft'aa i ,Off.'.KirribilU Poiilti. round buoy, at Manly1, CWtid Sliark Ialantf, flagboat off Fort Mocquaria, Tort Donison, «iid back to flag boat. Tlvcf ,«tart' -waa mado at 3 p.m., tho' wind boing f aom East, with it flowing ti^o. Aftor tlio lowering of tlio flag tijo J. S. Poj-rri was tho first fo- cross tho line?/ followod if/ Lotas and Asfesoid, All work down th*v nortliom shoro tliil' Bradloy'a WJtt- reached1,, after whioh it -Wsia a froo sdioot to Manly, tlio boats- Hpi.-vw woll tojjctiVr an thoy roundod tho buoy ,'t'iflho folloiving' Otdor: — ? Loto...

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A CHALLENGE TO MATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

A CHALLENGE TO CHARLE^i | MATTERSON. (By ' Cornstalk.') Christian Noilson, who on Monday arrived from Slioalhavon, after tliero win ning tho Champion- Raco against Stons bury and other local men, called at this ofilce on Tuesday in reference to a para graph which was published last week to tho effect that Charley Matterson wanted his revenge. Neilson says: — 'I beg to inform C. Matterson, or his backers, that I ' am prepared to make a match to row liim tor .£100 aside ; and to show that I mean business I will meet liim next Saturday night, between 8 and !) o'clock, at Mr. J. Davis' .A-S.N. Hotel, George-street North, when I will be pre pared to put up a deposit and sign articles.' This. is a plain, straightforward chal lenge, and should lead to business. Neil son says Charley Matterson has im proved n good deal since ho hist rowed him, and is much bigger, but yet he thinks ho can beat the young Australian. Neilson is looking in perfect lioalth. J. Nash and J. nahir have been re move...

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W. R. GEORGE, THE LONG DISTANCE RUNNER. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

W. It. GEORGE, THE LONG DISTANCE RUNNER. On Thursday, George, tho great ex amateur, may be expected to arrivo in Sydney. Word has been received that he j was at Auckland, and had left for this city. Shortly after Hutehens left England, a cablegram was received stating that George had started for Australia. Ho has been a long time on the journey, but had remained for a couple of months at New York, where ho has taken an engagement in a wholesale house of druggists and chemists. George first came into prominence as a runner when he was selected to go to America and thero run Myers three dis tances. Myers won the quarter mile, but George won the longer distances of half and three-quarters of a mile. After returning to England George was banquetted, and everywhere received with acclamation. He was then a runner of note, but persevering ho gradually im proved until at last there was no amateur ruuner in England able to come within seconds of him, .and it was impos sible to handicap him w...

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SIR JOSEPH BANKS COMMITTEE. Several Disqualifications Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

SIR JOSEPH BANKS COMMITTEE. ' Several Disqualifications Removed. The Sir Joseph Bank's committee held their usual periodical meeting at the Bur rangong Hotel on Monday evening. Amongst other business, it was unani mously decided to remove the disqualifica tion from the following runners : — J. Crossley, Wollombi ; J. Williams, Minmi ; and J. Westwood, Victoria. These were the only men under disqualification by the Sir Joseph Bank's officials, and they are now eligible to run under their rules. The Committee wish all promoters of han dicaps and clubs running under their rules to allow the above, runners to nomi nate. The Committee say they do not wish to be too severe on' the men who have been under their disqualification for nearly 12 months now, and wish the men to have another chance. A letter was received from tho Newcastle Cricket Club asking the Sir Joseph Bank's handicappers to make their next Newcastle handicaps. The Committee decided to take part in no further handicaps outs...

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THOMPSON 'S FOURTH ENFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

THOMPSON'S FOURTH ENFIELD HANDICAP. The above Handicap, 150yds., first prize, 10 sovs. . and , gold medal, prosonted by L. Cervetto, Esq. : second prize, 3 sovs. ; third prize, 2 sovs, ; fourth prize, 1 sov., came off on Saturday last on tho Enfield chipped tracks, about 200yds. from Mr. L. Cervotto's Hotel. Xne tracKs wero m excellent conui tion for running. The following gentlemen officiated in their different departments to tho general satisfaction: — Judge, Mr. C. Cowell ; master of track, Mr. A. ^Thompson ; starter, Mr. J. Singleton. Tho attendance numbered about 300. Many of tho runners who started seemed inclined to bo very ' stiff,' more properly speaking did not try to win. H. Moore, the winner, ran very well throughout, as also did W. H. Johnson, H. Creek, and F. Lees. It may be fairly said Johnson was tho best conditioned man on the ground, and reflected much credit on liis trainer, G. Gibbs. The prizes were paid over last night at L. Cervotto's Hotol. There were about 30...

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MITRAILLEUSE AND VOLCANO. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

MITRAILLEUSE AND VOLCANO. The title of ' The Champion Sprinter,' is claimed for the Now Zealand mare Mitrailleuse, who is credited with having run the Newmarket distance, viz., six fur longs, in lmin. 14sec„ with 8st. on her back. No doubt the performance is a good one, and will take a lot of rubbing out ; but I contend that Volcano's six furlongs in 'tlio First Foal Stakes at tho Autumn A.J.C. Meeting, was far and away a better gallop, as the two-year-old as he was then, occupied exactly the same time, with 8st. 21b. in the saddle. Certainly the disputed question cannot be solved to tho satisfac tion of everybody in the Newmarket Han dicap, as the New South Wales representa tive is giving the maro a lot of weight, but I am candidly of opinion, notwithstanding this disadvantage, that wherever slio is Volcano will be in front of her.

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THE FIVE - MILE BICYCLE RACE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SYDNEY REFEREE.") [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

THE FIVE-MILE BICYCLE RACE (to Tin: uinTon oFTnn ?'stdnkv hkferee.') Sir, — I think that in your report of tho Five-miles Bicycle Handicap on the 5th instant youhavotreatedine rather harshly. I Your remarks as to my playing with Mr. Mutton tend to convey the impression I that I was confidant of my own powers, ! and that I could have beaten Mr. Mutton I easily, whereas the fac!- is, that I have j only just started racing1, and have only met him once in a race previous to Satur day, in which event he conceded me a long start. .1 merely endeavoured to tost Mr. Mutton's staying powers, %vliich 1 think cannot be objected to. And again you tax ine with calling to him to ' come on,' &c. 'iMi-if. is 2i.r» ,arvfir. fov the race I did not utter a single woi'd to him. The ex pression ' come on' wa.-i intended for Mr. Sal way, one of my fellow' clubmen, and whom 1 had, previous to the race, promised to assist. Such conduct as you have attri buted to me I must say, had I been guilty of i...

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SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. fBT BACKSTAY.! Hardly has the Harbour any Saturday this season presented a more beautiful and animated appearance than on Febru ary 5. A gentle easterly breeze blew all day, sufficiently powerful to make things IJiujisuni/. Four races, all of which proved highly interesting, eventuated, the fallowing being a rcsunv'. Giving size tho prefer ence, I must first mention the yacht race for Colonel Gascoigne's prize, sailed under tho auspices of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, which was fromiirst to last a very pretty race, especially between the Magic and Waitangi. It would be a difficult thing to say which boat crossed the lino first, but the Carina, having more way on, soon shot ahead. Then came the Assegai, she being dead to windward of the Wai tangi. The Sirocco and Magic were some what to leeward, but not much. 1 The Magic was well handled by Mr. P. O. Williams, who allowed very good judg ment all through the race, exeept once, whieli I will touch...

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ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

ROWING NOTES. ( By Cornstai.k.) Mr. G. W. Ruwald, of the Manly Club, Sydney, is nominated ; for ' the challenge sculls at the regatta of the : Victorian Rowing Association, which takes place this month. The Tainar Rowing Club, of -Tas- mania, also send over a crew to contest in tho senior four. Singularly, the: Mel bourne Rowing Club, which, in the past, has been noted for its activity, will have; not a single representative at this regatta.: It is expected that there will bo more people go. to see the Melbourne Regatta on - Albert '? Lake: than ? ever patronised them on , the ; old Salt water River.: A grandstand capablo ; of holding 700 people is to be erected, which will afford its occupants a good view of tho; various contests on the lake. Lord Loch is to be present, and the whole undertaking is expected to be a great success. The Krug Cup, for junior sculls,- this year will ? become the property of the winner, tlie conditions hitherto controlling this event being removed. At th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

Race meeting's. Glen in.nks jockey club meet INO, 18S7. To t.ikuiilaco on ,VEDN'KSI-AY uml THURSDAY,. . . MAhCH 10 nmll7. Proai'lont : Alexander Hodcrcrs. : - ?- Viccoirchidontfi : J.. P. Utz and j)r. Wriglcy. Handiciippcr : H. C. St.* Vincent; 7 : A. JioagcrH. i ? ' ? Treasurer and ?Woipluutf Clerks Pi.M'Cormack.' Sturtcrs' T-r. V/riiflov. ? . .. .. CIcrfc oftho Courso : Wnltyr J.Umvkc. To uc couductcd under the Slunugcinutit ^of tlio. Committee; ... ? FIRST I-AY,;WEDXESIUY. . ; v, - ? Tosturt.at'12 Hlmrp.-'. :l ANN'i:\AJION HAM31CA1\ ' OCtjO s.\)vs. s slx furlong, Second horso to receive, 10sOv8. from, tlio prize, liominution, lsov, : ! .acceptance,! sot. ;; -v r- .r' ?- ?» s ? To sturtrit 12.-I5.* -i v. ; .? JJOOTHHOLDERS' GJl'T.. .Ot oO.feovs. j once' round. Hie winner to lie. sold* \ foi- ,U.O } if entered to be sold for .C2«v allowed ' 1+lb. ; for nil, £?lb. j Hitrplus to go to tlio fuiidbv : Eutrance, U0s.'. . . i To Hturfc at 2.;J0. , } THK GbKN' INNES CUP ? ? ' r iOf 200 »o...

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RILEY CUP. Surry United v. North Shores [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

K1EET CXTP1 Stxry Unlted'v.- NorrtliSlioi-a* Witlcmgliby. Tho nKove clubs st4rted tlietr corrtbsf for the Cup iWrtlio Ajtricrrtftiral Ground 'oirSittir- diiy aftirnooii:- Th'e-gamo as far as iil lias 'gono has proved' onu- of 'tho ? most' one-sided .contests vnj-have soon'' for sotno -tinio: Tlio Willoun-hbj-tdttm L'oTfiR in first^wero all' dis- missed for tlto exceptionally smnir*scoro'ofl7 runs. Hume and Irwiir jointlj-wxiro th'oxrttuBe of ..ucli a- collapse- iri' th's b'ltttinar, tlio former captilrinsr fivo wickeCft1 fAr 8 rtms. Jrwiri als'o-iiiipBed iivo-fo'r Orujis. Himurpor formed ' tlio hat trick', and th o b'alUs lattr-Ito captured imotller wicket.' Tho Siirrys made a fine stAnd ivith' the- bat.' and' wlibir stimms wero drawn tllny had ' runs t - thoir credit for -tho loss of msven wiok'ets. J. Searl6, whb, wo aro gliui to noto, is coming: oa again'with tho bat, playing a finoiimines for CO run.' be fore Pltyncpot ' a straight oito ? past' Hrm-.' J. Bevorid^oand'WT Browstfe...

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CMCKET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

[?] (Br ' No:1 Out.') , Messrs. J. II. Barrable and K. Ponsonby ?Staples, two well-known artists, of Eng land, havo just complete! wli.it will cause a wonderful amount ofj interest wlien exhibited in tho Adelaide Exhibition. The subject, says ' Crickct ' in an ideal match At Lords in 1887, n year which commemo rates at tho same time the jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen, and tin? centenary of the Marylcbone Cricket Club. On the canvas, tho match is between picked elevens from England ami Australia, and tlio Englishmen are in. W. G. Grace and W. W. Read are at tho wickets, and the former has hit one of Spofforth's to the off, but tho ball is saved at tlie boundary f-jr Garrett (cover point) , and the batsmen are evidently in doubt about tlie practi cability of a third run. The field has been carefully placed for the purpose of the pic ture by SpolTorth himself, and while he lias ckosen tho Australian team in con junction with Scott and others, the Eng lish cloven has been w.-lected on...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 February 1887

News from Cootamundra is very pleasing with respect to turf matters. A meeting of the local club held oil Thurs day evening, disclosed the facts that great improvements had been eftectcd to the course, and everything points to a great Meeting on the 3rd and 4th of March. Further than this, increased and better accommodation is to be added to the grandstand, the saddling paddoek, and other places under the committee's control. Mr. Cox has announced his fixtures for tho ensuing coursing season at tho Moonee Valley Plumpton. A meeting is to be- held every alternote Tuesday and Wednesday, embracing 20 days of coursing for the season. This is far iu excess of anything ever known in Australia. Tho dates are as follow: — Aprilo, 6, 19, 20; May:}, 4,17,18, 31, and June 1; June 7, 8, 21, 22; July 5, 6, 19, 20; August 2, 3, 16,17, 30, 31; September 13, 14. ., Race meetings will be held at the undermentioned townships between this ?and our next issue -. — 9tli' and 10th, Murrumbiirrah ; 9th an...

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Cannon and Dinnie. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

Cannon and Dinnie. Tho second deposit in the Cannon Dinnie match was made yesterday. The match will take place on March 5.

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