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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
KXJPPER'S ELBERFELD lAQER BEER PURE, SPAEKLING. AND BEFEESHING ADMITTED by all CONSUMERS to bo tlio UEIOHTEST and BEST LAGEB in tho Market. EACH BOTTLE GUABANTEED BRIGHT TO THE LAST DBOP. ASK for IT, and SEE that YOU GET IT. OBTAINABLE OF ALL WINE y. and ' ? SPIRIT MERCHANTS. ?±aaaxs-aaojxo 'esi ?SaOOD OMU3HDIHO aoa aiio 3Hi ni asaon xssjvhhd : ?siswooovaoi ?jcjiOOS -lstv iahi
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
Drapery. ' ENTLESIBN. WHETHER YOU LIVE 0 ' .In TOWN OE IN THE COUNTRY, . ? '- . ? BEAR IN MIND That ; ' IN PITT-STBJJFT, Bnmamcd DRAPERS' BOW') Surnamed DEAPEES' BOW Snrnamed DEAPEES' KOW Surnamed DEAPEES' BOW ' xMil-Sl. Surnamed DEAPEES' EOW Surnamed DEAPEES' BO WJ ... Are the GREATEST and FINEST SELECTIONS ; - Of CLOTHING TO BE SEEN, 'y Don't waste your time looking elsewhere, BE 'ASSURED THAT Tlio Clustor Of , MAGNIFICENT CLOTHING HOUSES - In ' PITT-STREET, ? -S Of which HOEDEEN BEOTHEES' HOEDEEN BEOTHEES' HOEDEEN BEOTHEES' - HOEDEEN BEOTHEES' HOEDEEN BEOTHEES' HOEDEEN BEOTHEES' . . . ' IS THE CENTRE, , : 'Will plense you. ... , FASHION And - ? s - . ? ? ? - ? . MODERATION IN PRICE Reign at HOEDERN'S ' In ? ?? ;? ....... PITT-STREET. Wo show diuly ^ : FRESH NOVELTIES In this M Delightfully Cool, Shndy, Street, PiTT-STREET. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN . ' Living out of Town Can have SAMPLES ^ Sent to them on Application hy Letter; ? ? v- 1 1 Please bear this in mind, - At ' ' ?? HOEDEEN....
THE HON. JAMES WHITE'S EARLY COLTS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
THE HON; JAMES WHITE'S EARLY COLTS. | It will be remembered that the Hon. J. White expressed his intention of breeding youngsters to English time in order to compete for the English Derby. Wo aro pleased to note that he has been success ful, as Princess Maud. Moonstone, nnd La Princess havo dropped colts to Chester. The mare put to Martini-Henri dropped twins, both of which aro dead.
IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
IMPORTANT NOTICE. Secretaries of sports committees and jockey clubs will oblige by sending in all advertisements relating to Easter Monday engagements not later than the first week in March. Tub Rbfeiiee, it should be borne in mind, is now the leading sporting and dramatic paper of N.S.W., and is uni versally acknowledged tho ' livest' jour nal in Australia. Evkbybopy rkadb it. j
LATE QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
I, ATE QUESTIONS. Pbdestjiijut neks,— In tlio Ono Milo Walking Baco, which wfts contented on Saturday, Oiltinan, one of tlio S.vdncy men, wan backed against Coombes of England. Would you kindly give your decision n» rotpinln tlie wager,? As neither wero placed the wager in olf. CniTrnioN a«k«— ' How long ago is it sinco tho Melbourne 11 i j on Theatre waa bnilt ? Founda tion stone l.'iid by Sir Gcorgo Ilowen, Mo*, 1870 ; thcatro opened November, 187G.
The Australian Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
The Australian Cup. No bottin The following description of the Oak leigli Handicap running on Saturday last, will 1)0 read with interest by our readers, as it may throw some light on tho New ? i.--. u* ? 1: ? »-mi ? ? ? ? x ♦_ immicb xj.uuuiL'up : — xjicrc was it imr amount of wagering, seven of tho number receiving strong support. Surprise and Chicago were about equal favourites at the post. Though tho latter opened at G to 1, so persistent were his supporters that he hardened to as short a prico as the ultimate winner. Master John went out at fi to 1 against, nnd Maddelina and Honora at 8 to 1. Maddelina was as usual in a fractious mood, and gave the starter somo trouble when ho was arrang ing the horses in lino. Hot Iron on tho extreme outside, was moving when tho flag went down, nnd had a clear advan tage of the field. As thoy came nlong tho railway side Devotion ran up to Hot Iron, and at the same timo Surpriifo, Magnifier, and Master John left the seeonddivision for a run at t...
SYDNEY BETTING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
8YDNEY BETTING MARKET. Tho following prices were on offer at noon to-day : — Newmarket Handicap. f 8 to 1 Mitrailleuse 8 to 1 Volcano 10 to 1 Lochiel 10 to 1 First Gamo 10 to 1 William Tell 112 to 1 Abner 13 to 1 Master John 14 to 1 Bonnie Doon 20 to 1 MiddleraarcU 20 to 1 Mozart 20 to 1 Vision
BATHURST TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
BATHURST .TU RF CLUB EACE3. Tho ^following accoptancos liavo ' booii^i inadort-' ???.' ' ,t ; ;v - BATHURST CUP. . 'A milo and a Half. :. , :'':.'.st. lb. ' st. lb. Kattdoan... 8 i- .Toorale 0 8 Loiimbah ... i 8 0 Tam'oo ... o 1 Goldlako ... ..3 7 10 Audacious... o 2 Rosolvo ... '; ...17 9 Granny ... 0 2 Tho Felon ' ... 7 7 Adventurer G 0 Maid of tho Lako - 7 0 Slow Joo ... 6 0 . MACQUATltE JPLATE. '~1 A mild anrliaiquartor.^,- - of: lli.' at. 11). ?iCttthi06H^r^r~8:ior:Nelly'~-'':.-::''O s LoumcaU V 8 2*- Tambo; * v... .}- v Gloldlak'e V X. -7 12v Audacious I. h 4.-. llcaolvo—.^:™ ...w7-lQ*-Gxanny^ ? G,. A. Tho Folon ? ; t;.1 -7 2 Adventurer 0 2 Maul of tho Mako 7_- Slo\v.Jop. « Tooralo - 6 -8 , j
ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. RACES NEWCASTLE J. C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. RACES. ; ' 'NEWCASTLE J.C. RACES. ' lho following woight3 have boon doclarod foi-.. tho . annuul meeting of tho Newcastle Jookoy Club i ; : i j 'NEWCASTLE J.C. HANDICAP. ? ' i .. . .:st.lb. ; ..j, ,.;st.lb. Zeno .??'8 10; ;Laguna'.. j, ? o 13, Dagobert : ,8 10 ,' Diiko of Dovon. , 6,.10' Sloth i' '8''6 , Cardigan',' -.610 Folly 8 -'^-''Carlislo'.-'-'V' ...' 61 8 B.Y; .1 't.n ::-8 4' 'Maid! 'of'' th'o'':-',!- ' Stanloyi.. i,i . ,V.ui 8'-' 0'-f Lakoi.-. l-'-'WO-' 8 Sorolla... 7' 12' Pinkib ,.;'! ?'??.}. t0' 7' Myall King,;..,* r. 7 12. , Littlo Chick ;;v;- -? 6 -4 Ooinu^ ,.| ... ,-712 , Jaspross , ,.i , 6 1 4 Inyador , 7 ; 5; Allandalo t6 2 Emerald'. . ... .7 ' 2 , Roil! and Black 0 -0 ? Victory 7 Q,'. Garolla... ' ' „ ... 6,. 0' Lord 'of- 'tho''J ': ?'?!!Mario'|i; ' , 6 - 0 | I&ke'.'.'.''' Ot'lJ* Sosiaala ' Q ' Q I -.ciTY'iiA'irorcAP.'' ' '' | :i Ono mllo iind a.quartor. ' ? - ' ???-?-) -tst.Ib. ?' -fi lb. Zeno i -8 12 timilier 7 2 Dagoberty.i.i....
THE GUN. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
THE GUN. February. 19— Summor Cup (sixth composition). 25 — Vico-prosidont'H trophy. Presented by ; Mr. C. C. Skarratt. ? ? ' MARcn. 5— Spring Cups (fourth competition). _ i 12 — Trophy, presented by Mr. G. B. Modini. i 19— Trophy, presented by tho olub. 25— Gun Club Cup (third competition). All inatclios nino birds.
YACHTING AND ROWING. Sailing. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
YACHTING AND ROWING. .: - Sailing. ' ?' February. :19 — Third -Class,- R.S.Y. Squadron, prize .£25; round boat off Curl Curl. Cham . pion raoo modals, S. A.C.D. Club. 20 ? to 24ft. open boats, Elgin Watoh Co.'s trophy. 16ft. dingios, Commo dore's prizo. Half-dookers, 25ftV and over, Mayor's Cup. S.A.S. Club. .26— Fourth Class, E.S.Y.. Squadron; Manly ' - course. 28— Hurry Scurry, limited crews, B.S. Club, j ? ; . . Makch. I 5 — Hurry Scurry, S.A.S. Club. G. Thornton's prize. Second and third class boats, ' trophy; S. A.C.D. Club. 12 — Wollongong Raco, Dr. Milford's prize. ; : ? P.A.Y. Club. 12— lGft. dingios. 20ft. and upwards, open boats, handicapped, B.S. Club. 19 — 20 to 24ft. open boats, Elgin Watoli Co.'s ? . trophy, S.A.S.olub. Committee's prizo, , e. S.A.C.D. Club. 22— Consolation Raco, S.A.C.D. Club. 2G-r-i4ft. dingios, canvas or wood. 20 ,to 22ft. l-.'.'.i half-dock boats, handicapped,' B.S.C. ; ' .' . Ai'rii.. . .. . v. 9— Hurry Scurry for half-dookod boats ; I . : S;A.S C...
ATHLETICS. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
ATHLETICS. February. ? ? . 19— Monanglq Volunteer Athlotio oporcs. 19— Camngtoiii Grand Handicap. ? i . March. . . 5, 12— Sir Josoph Banks' Handicap. ' : i 16,17 — J lined Junction Shefiiold ol' .£50, .£20, ^610, and ^5. — Nominations, March 4. 17 — Boliva Athletic Sports. ? April. 11— Murrumburrah Easter Handicap .
VICTORIA. FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
? VICTORIA. FeBiiuaky. 10. 17 — Salo Turf Club Mooting — Entrios for handicaps, January 24' weights, Fob ruary 1; general entries ar.d acoopt nuoos, Fobruary 10. 17. 18— fit. Arnaud Turf'OIub Mooting. 18— Quoonsclill Mooting.— Woights, February f 5 : iiocoptancoH, Fobruary 12, 18 — Wost . Lowan Mooting.— Entrios for Hur dlo Race, Wost Lowan and Woltor Handicap, and Flying Handicaps, Jan uary 21) ; nccoptanccs, Fobruary 12 ; : gonoral entries, Fobruary 17. 10 — Elstornwiek Park Meeting. Entries for tlio Brighton Cup, January 24 ; woights, Fobruary 14 ; forfoits to :bo declared, Fobruary 17. .22 — St. James ? Ilaoing- . Club -Mooting.— ^'Entries for handicaps,, Fobruary 7 ; accoptancos and gonoral entrios, Fob ruary 1ft. ?? 1 . 22— Cru'garoe.llaco Club-Mooting.— ? 23— Raywood Raco Club Mooting. . 23— QuoonsoliSf Mooting:.— Entrios, Januarj — 29 ; ivoights, Fobruary 12 ; acceptances, February 19. 23— Williamstown Racing Club Mooting. 24, 25 — Horsham Ruco ' Club Mooting.— -Kntrios; Fob...
COURSING. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
t | - COURSING, .fet 1 I * Mit ' G, '7— Hawkesbury Cour3ing iClub, at Fair .. '? J field,' Plumpton. ;? Jul, Y.-v.'- I j-.;',-. 8, 9— Hawkosbury Coursing Club, at Fair ; ' fiold, Plumpton. . ? ? . . . Auoust. ' 19/ 20— Hawkosbury Coursing Club, at Fair . . v-- fiold, ?Plumpton. '
TASMANIA. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
????' TASMANIA, v ? y Fehbuahy. 16, 17 — TasmSniaii Turf, Club Mooting.— ; GonoralScntrios, January -j; woights ' for Launcoston Cup and Sto'ipleoliase, ?' ; ; Fobruary 12'; acceptances, for Laun ' , : ceston,Cup?:&'c.. Fpbruary 14. f.v; 17, -13— Nominations. Launcoston Cup and ?? ? ; ?- ? ? . . Twb.vear-bld Raco. T.T.C. Handicap ? . ' . i and Stoeplccha«o. General entries eloso 1 ' ? January 25. Woights Launceston Cup, Stoeplechase, -tc.. Fobruary 11. ''.i March, 1837. ,, 10, 11— Tasmanian Racing Club Mooting. Entrios for Hobart Cup, Wilson Mom- rial Stako.s, and T.R.C. Handicap, ? r ' -.Tariuary'S woigliti; frir ~Hobart' CupV i ' ' 14; accoptancc3 for. Hobart Cup and general entries, 25; woights for other ? raoo-s.-Fobruarv-l.. - 10— Soroll Mooting. « ? ™ - ? ? K'i-Sorell Races » ? , ,r , 7 kS— Midland Jookoy Club s.'Annual Moot ,l Airilj 23^-Mount -Tamar. .,. i.; ^ 5 ' NEW ZEALAND ' v ? Fr-BntfAa^.s 2^;'24, 2fl— Dunodin Autumn. ' ???:? ' ; Map.ch/. ? - 8. 9— Wanganui Autn...
STABLE GOSSIP. MR. PRANK MUNRO, TRAINER. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
STABLE GOSSIP. 2UB. PKANK BXITNRO, TBAINEK. j [Bt ' Early Bibd.'M With tho influx to our shore of such drivera and trainers as Frank Munro, F. B. Baldwin, and W. Brookes from America, it is positive that our trottera muat within a short spaco of time im prove. There is evidently a tendency on the part of Australians to vio with their Amer'can cousins in this line, and witli tho facilities at hand there is no reason why thoy should not equal their friends across the fish pond, both with refp;ct to quality of breeding and pace to be at tained. No matter how good the animals maybe, if they are placed inincxperiencod hands nothing good can be expected from them. Eecent additions, however, from Yankeeland aro numerous, and conse quently must spread and fall into hands other than tho3e to whom they were originally consigned. These fact3, com bined with tho spreading of the best trotting imported blood amongst our thoroughbreds, must increase tho value of our stock fourfold. Without dwelli...
BETWEEN DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
BETWEEN DRINKS. A contemporary says 'Victory la still with tho Free-traders.'* Quite bo, but Wisdom has gone from. thou. * ? ' ? A Melbourne merchant, who is . also a local preacher, has disappeared. So has some XI 0,000 of his creditors' money. The Sunday previous to his dannrfaim »,Q preached an eloquent sermon, the ton being, ' Fleo from th» wrath to come ' Next day he flew. The wrath is there al] right* Tho creditors attend to thaK ? ? ? The following adrertisemcnt from The Field strikes ma as being rather uncom mon i '.'For salo, brindle bull dog; ugly a a sin, jjentle as a lamb, and playful as a pup.' He would make a splendid com panion for some of our members of parlia ment..- No one could draw comparisons between tho dog and his master. ^The characteristics of each are in common. ? ? ? 1 During the hearing of tho Whangarei ..will case in: tlw Auckland (N.Z.) Supreme .Court; tb&,.,,jn4gpt'v shortened, the unneces .aary'-orOTgreflvpinn'tion of. a..witneas con aideKtbl^...