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MELBOURNE SPORTING. MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
MELBOURNE SPORTING. (FROM OUtt OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Mondat Evening. Jiuo intense heat the past week, and on Saturday in particular, had eomo influence in reducing the amount of general interest taken in racing matters, and at Caulfield on Saturday the attendance was greatly militated against by oho unpleasant warmth of the surroundings. There was, however, a very fair gathering under tho circum stances, but it was not old Sol alone that made it hot for fchnao r»r/»flnnf. fn vr»m»_ ites did not come in as backers could have desired, and as somo very warm things went to the post carrying a lot of money, the sultriness is apparent. The first event on the V.A.T.C. pro gramme was the Selling Bace; of 1G0 aovs., the winner to bo sold for J&0. A flutter of four furlongs brought out twelve runners — 'Warfield, Ariel, Seaweed, Ambassadress, Miss Parnell, Meers chaum, Breeze, T.I?,, The Ghost, Baron, and Firebrace. Ariel wan carrying the top weight of Gst. 91b., and was justly made fav...
LATEST NEW ZEALAND SPORTING. Auckland, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
LATEST NEW ZEALAND SPORTING. (from OCR OWN correspondent). Auckland, February 8. You will have now in your midst one of the shining lights in aquatic circles here. The stroke of the winning crew in the Champion Whaleboat Kace that I gave particulars of last week has determined to try his luck in New'South 'Wales. His name is Ernie Bailey, age just over 20, weight list. Gib., and lie is a very promis ing oarsman, and previous to his debut m whaleboats, he had made a mark as the best all-round sculler in outriggers, and also in skiffs and long punts. He will be an acquisition to football in Sydney, as he is a reliable full back. He played for the winners of the junior Cup here last year, and has very often shone prominently among the seniors - Murphy has another rival in the field now down at Wanganui (Wellington,) where a T. Teague has been writing to the papers, and he claims to be ' the undis puted. lightweight champion pugilist of New Zealand.' If the Kowing Association of New Sou...
Queensland Sporting Notes. BRISBANE, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
Queensland Sporting Notes. (from o^r own correspondent.) Brisbane, February 12. In my last lotter I made mention of tho new Queensland Stud Company that had just been formed. Their, headquarters will be at the Grange, at Ipswich. Tho company have purchased tho whole of Jost's stud. This lot includes many well bred mares, Legacy and Lalla Rookli, tlio sisters to Le Grand, being amongst the number, Vespasian will rule supremo at the Grange, and about 30 mares have been picked out to mate with him, tho best three being First Lady, tho dam of Grand Flaneur, and My Lady, Stockdalo, by Maccaroni — Anonyma, and Gray Espe rance, by Yattendon — Esperance, tho dam of Vainhopo and that promising colt Touchstone. Lady Temple, by Chandos, by Blair Athol, is a rare good in are. Ade laide, by Somnus, and Brisbane, by Mari byrnong, arc a pair of useful young mares. Fidget, by Silvor Fox — Fidelity, is tlie I dam of that sterling good horse Friction, who possesses the knack of being as good on tho f...
KENMORE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
KENMORE RACES. After several postponements, tlio Konmoro Races woro ultimately brought off at Air. P. Corifoy's Kenmoro Hotol. Tho attondanco imborod about 250. Following aro tho ro is *: — , , . - ''i, -ial Stakes. — Mr. Jobson's Slave; 1 ; j.* . 1tuSsoll's Stormbird, 2 : Mr. Coopor's' Wlrr/ln ^ ''' -^-''cc' G™y- Black Boss, and a .' -l' ? lso startod. The raoo rosultod ill a between Slave mid Stormbird, and Jobsoli's Flip, 1 ; Mr. T?nnWIT?St''fa' Afl'- Kemiody's Melody, 1; v Hack. !(»«?.— i. r «-. Mi1; D(nnpsey'» OX Mr' Eogan a Young or. - 'Won by Molody, With lVliVnn^Drt J fvtfm 0 ^ras a lar^o field, it fid -Ptween Molody mi iV'liyuot.- ? '
MURRUMBURRAH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
MURRUMBURRAH RACES.' Following are tho results of tlio ,abovo meeting, which took plaoo on Wednesday arid . Thursday last :— ? ' , First Day— Wednesday. ? --???? ; Maidon Plato.— Trap, 1 ; Pauline, 2 ; Loo, 3. Won easily by about two lengths. . ? i I Froo . Selectors' Purso.— Elsio, 1 ; Tho Quoon, 2 ; Eldridg'o, 3. Moroeau, Lucifer, Signal, and Vidotto also started. Won oasily. : : Town Plato.— Mr. ,W. G. Stewart's gr m Ailsa, 5yrs., 7st. 21b., 1; Mr. J. T. Dale's oh g Count, agod, 8st. 21b. (including Gib. ovor)- 2;: Mr. T. Woodbridgo's b g Rovongo, agod. 8st. 7lb., 3. Tho other starcors wero— 'JV'1 .uo Ja'r Saxon, Beeswing; Tlie Kid, an«i Duchess. ' ' ; j I - - Railway ;Hundiottp. — Paulino, 1 ; Alexander, 2. ? ' I .- . ! Selling Hack Race. — Hdnlan, 1., Windtop. I aiVd Plover also .started. Won by about two ; lengrlis. w l ,1 SpcoN'iV ®AY, Thursday. ! Hurdlo' XCano. — JJtrfff John/1. Sir Henry, IThbRi'd, aVur. Jok-etj1 1.4*' startod, but they all , (}uili6 fo griot j.ti'CCItt' Ji...
CAULFIELD RACES. (BY WIRE -FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
CAULFIELD RACES. | (.BT-WIRE— FROM OUHOWfc'CORREBPONDENT.) I Melbourne, Saturday Night. - ' There was a largo attondanco to-day tu Caulfield, although tho woathorwas extremely hot. Tho Governor and party were present, aud the racing generally was very good. SELLING RACK, Of 150 sovs. 'Winner to bo sold for £50. Four furloiiij.s. Mi*. C. L. M'Donnld's Ariel, Gst. 91b. (Tomlins) 1 Mr. Martin's Liildinytou, (fat. 21b. (Blair) ... 2 Mr. J. G. Reirt's Tlio Gho!st, G.st. -lb. (Morrison) 3- ^ Other starters j 'Wtirfk'M, SNiweetl, Ambassa dreas, Mis.s Parnell, Broersehau'iu, Breeze, T. B., Jaron, Firebrace. Betting : 7 to t v. Ariel, 3 to t Liddingt-on, 4 to 1 ?»reezo, ii to 1 The Ghost. Aftor a good start T. B. was tho first to .how in front, with Ariel and Breczo close up. EJreezo thou ran. to tho front, with Ariol in iocond place, aud this ordor was maintained ;o tho turn, wlion Liddington took sccond llaco, 'NVarfiold and Tho Ghost coming next. Liddington the-n went forward, and led int...
LIVERPOOL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
LIVER POOl.' pACES. The Livorpool Jaces^took placo. on Satur .'(lav. i'Tho woathcr'was beautifully fine, but thr?fttciuns-, Novor in tho history of tho club 'have feo! many journcybd .from tlw city to witness tho racos. und tho triuii ofhcuils \v oro . comiioUed- .to- attachl sovoral moro carnages hoforo'starthi}? than thoy had intended. On arrival at tlio end of tho outward journey tlio vehicles in attondanco wero soon loaded. Un fortunately one omnibus canio to hut fio p:isson?ers, with tho .exception of Mr. 1'. 'ilkinson, escaped injury. Tins gentleman was not badly hurt, and followed up Ins occu pation during* the day. A -jraat number of *4'welshcrs wore pro»onc, ami il iwiinwuin ^ to note that one of them fell into the ^ hands of the police, and will bo brought up to oxplain his conduct. Tho racing; was good, rind tho finishes in a couple of instanco.^ very f close, llr. J. Kean acted as starter, and iul- J fillod his duties with satisfaction to all, whilo t tho secretary, Mr. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
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RUTHERFORD PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
RUTHERFORD PICNIC RACES. 'The Picnic Racos woro hold on Friday upon tho Rutherford racecourse, and passed off fairly successfully. Tho different ovonts woro well conteatod, but tho attondanco of spec tators, was vory small. Tho uncertain stato of tho woather probably militated against tho bettor, attendance. HURRY 8CURRY HANDICAP, Of 7. 80V8. , Jack ? ' ? 1 Patsy Bolivor ... ? ... ... ... 2 Fanoy ? ... ..... ... 3 ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP, : Of 35 sovs.; second 3 sovs. from tho prize. One ? milo and a furlong. 1 ' ' Dreamer.' .... * .1. ?. /?; .... ?? ... 1. Gold Dust ? v ? ? ... - Frightaway v.; i:i.v 'I V.'.' ' '.V. 3 ? 1 PONY .RAOE; is » Of o sovs. ? Six.furlongs.,. Morpeth ? . ? ? 1 Bess ... ...? *? '... « L AMIES' - BRACELET, u'. ? ' Doubtful ? ... -,VM. J Negrohead ... ' - Junius ... ... 1 ;.v' ??? ?' , Doubtful and I^ogrolioadi ran a doaa heat, and in tho run off tho former- won. . FINAL FLUTTERS . Alarni m , m»' ... ' ??? . ??? }- Lightfoot ».??? ' ??? ??? - PLYIWW «A»0ICAP,' Of...
PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
MGEOjy SHOOTING. ? On Saturday last a dozon members of tho Now South Wales Gun Club competed on tho olub a grounds for a trophy presented by tho ' „^038r»- F- B. Bloomfiold (28yds.) and C. C. Skarratt (24yds.) tied, having shot six out of sovon birds. In the next rptuid Mr. Skarratt, failed to stop hia bird, and Mr. Bloomfiold ^ gotting an easy ono socured tho tropxi y. i' ivo miss-out sweeps followed, the first being1 divided by Messrs. S. Grant,* (30) and Cedar* (25) with fivo kills. Tlfo' second foil to tho sharo of Messrs. S. Grant* (30) and Saltbush* (27). Tho third, which was for doublo birds, was saourod by 'Cedar* (22). 1 ho fourth, S. Grant* (27) wuh again success ful m dividing with Cedar* (22) j whilo tho fifth was appropriated by S. Grant* (27). Apponded aro tho scoros i— Trophy presented by tho Club, .£1 optional ' swoop ; 2s. Gd. entranco ; U birds. F.B.Bloiimeia fGreenor), 28yds. ... 11011111 C. C. Skarratt (Granthtim) , 21yds ... 11101110 Konncily (Greener), 25ytis. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
Sporting. u ^j|j| To the Sporting- Gentlemen of tho Colonies. 'YORKSHIREMAN ' For many years the most suecessfu sporting writer on the Sydney Press. Commenced the . NEW YEAR ' In a BEIILUITI MANNER, As he sent WILLIAM TELL and ALL GOLD For the STANDISH and BAGOT HANDICAPS Thus sending tho winners of the first double of the season. He followed it tip by giving all his client ICITAWA For tho CARRINGTON STAKES On Monday, and sent Keith (s'e&ond) as very hard to beat, frequently ? through the News. This is a magnificent commencenient, and he expects to havo another ' ' ' WILLIAM TELL For the ' NEWMARKET HANDICAP, A Rank Outsider for Melbourne DERBY and CUP. - The yearly subscription for 1887 now \ commences, and iB Worth Ten Times the Fee TO BACKERS. Terms and list of winners sent on applica tion (enclose stamp). Register all money Letters. ' Y ft'Tt. If S W T'W T?.'W 4 X » i Box, SQ2, Or.P.O. Sydney. 'Pj A S T E R. E A 8 T E E. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S ATHLETIC ? GROUND, , PENRIT...
THE ENGLISHMEN AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
v : THE ESTGLISHfllEN AT NEW CASTLE. Tho criokct match, tlio English Eleven v. Newcastle Eigliteb'n was continued to-day. Yesterday tho scores stood -. — All England, firnt innings, 230 : Newcastle, fiftcon wickets for 107. -Tho eighteen continued their innings, and succeeded in putting to getliiT 135 runs, when tho liist wioket fell, 'i'nbb played splendidly for 17, not out. The eighteen boiiig in ti minority of 101 rnns followed 'their innings, and i at call of timo had lost thirteen wiekets for' 10!) ruiiB. M'GIinchey uguin played a magnificent innings of 35 not out. Tho match enued in. a draw in favour of tho Englishmen. Appended are tho' scores:— . ' ENGLISH ELEVEN. Untes, c Bryant, b 'Woods ... J Shtiw, b M'Glincbey ... . ...- ? 24 Vlowers, e uml b M'GlincJioy ' r. Barlow, throwu oat. Dttvitlson'' ? 1'J lirigK«» e Tubb.b. Woods .... ? ? ,-U Sootton, b JI'Glinoliey ... ... .15. ltcnd, lliw, b Truccy ' '... ' ... ... - '? ? Shrewsbury, b MnuiliVon ? ? ID Slierwin, o Wogd, b U'Gl...
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. Victoria v. South Australia. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
INTERCOLONIAL CHICEET MATCH. Victoria v. South Australia. Medbouhn'K, Priday. | lho Intercolonial (Jnckct Match was com menced on tho Alelbourno ground to-day. Tho | weather wa« intensely hot, and the attendance was consequently very email. The following ! are tho scores : — VICTORIA. First Xnningfl. J. M'Hwraith, l.b.w., b G. GifTen ... 0 II. Houston, b G. Giffen ... ' ? ? 10 F. G. M'Sbnne, c Lyon#, b G . Giffen ... S. Morris, b G. Gitfen ? 24 W. Widninfcr, c KocJ, b G. Giffen ... 7 H. Trott, c Jt'Keuzie, b G. GilTen ... 21 P. Lewis, b Lyons ... ... ; .... J3 H. Wood, not out ... ... ; ... ... 31 J. 'WorraH, b G. Giffen 1., ' ... ,.v 8 W. Over, b G; Gtffen : ? : ... ? 0 J. Phillips, run out ... ... : ... ... 2 Leg-byes ... ... ? ? 2 Totnl ? ? ? 138 Bowling ArialyBis.—NooV 6+ balls, 21 rnns, 8 maidens ; G. Gilfen, 168 balls, 83 runs, 14 maidens, 8 wickets j Lyons, 1GC balls, 29 runs, 16 maidens, 1 wiclzet. SOTJTH AUSTRALIA. First Innings. C. G. Godfrey, not out ? ? 34 W. Knill, c Wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
To the investor in Turf matters whit better spec, than consultations ? In ' Barb'B, now opon on the Australian Cup, the lucky drawer of tho winning horse gets the magnifloient sum of one thousand pounds ; second^ JB300; third, ^200. Be trideg-.theso there- are about a hundred 'otliftir priiefl. This .?poc. costo. only \to»,- ? sliillingo. ' See.— A»rr; . J .
CRICKET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
[?] ? '(Bv ' Not Out.') On Friday next the representatives of N.S.W. will be again called out to show cause for tlie third time this season against the English team of professionals. It will be well remembered that in our first attempt New South Wales came oil victorious, and still holds the honour of being the instigators of the only defeat that the Englishmen have experienced during the whole of their trip. How the Englishmen turned the tables and literally blotted us out of existence in the return match will of course lie fresh to the winds of all; Could we rely upon our batsmen to put a decent score together on a pinch, wo should just about win the coming I match. Not that the eleven players, either individually or collectively, nre in any way inipn'Sr t-5 then' oppoilfinis, but ill tlie hope that Turner and Ferris still retain their cunning with the ball, I persuade myself to believe that it is quite probable that Now South Wales will win with the following telirn Messrs. Allen...
MORNING GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
MORNING GALLOPS. There is vory little of importance to record this week, aa most of our horaes which are engaged in Victoria have already taken their departure, whore their final preparations will be given them, consequently little has been done. Yes terday morning found very few at work of any note, as most of the trainers had to leave by the morning train for Bathurst. Lancer, as usual, was out, bowling along in a determined manner. Though he finiphes woll, I am of opinion that he has hnd too much work. Home Rule went along quietly, and does not appear to be too well. Recruit, with a companion, did his usual spurt, but so used to this customer are the onlookers that very little attention is paid him. Wanda, about whom a report had been circulated to tho effect that she had cut hersalf, was down; without any apparent injury, and cantered along merrily, finishing up with a brisk run homo. Maid of tho Lofco was missed from among her companions, hav ing taken her departure for Bathurs...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
COURSING. Tho following are the conditions for tho next English Waterloo Cup and Kempton Park Great Champion StakeB i — Tho former is for 64 subscribers, at .£25 each ; winner JC500 1 B«ond, J2200; two dogs, jBoO each ; four dogs, J230 each i eight dogs, jB20eachi 16 dogs, .£10 each ; the Waterloo ' Purse and Waterloo Plate, .£360 s total, jeiCOO i and the conditions of tho other run thus : Great Champion Stakes, for 64 all aged groyhounds, at JE25 each, with .£500 added by tho Kompton Park Racecourse Company, Limited ; winnor, .£1000; second, j-400 ; third and fourth, .£100 eaoh ; four winners of three courses, JE50 each j eight winners of two courses, £25 each.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
Tailor.. Sydney, Jaanorjv 1887. To tho Public of NowSoutli Wales—. I HAVE just returned from a nino months trip to tho old country. During my stay In Enjlund, I visited nearly all tho boat Manu facturing dUtrfcte in order to Hccuro for my Business horo tho Tory best quality of Qoods and Latest Patterns that I could procure. Without boing egotistical, I am cortnln that thoso gontlenion who will kindly favour mo with a visit, will readily admit that I can show tho largest and most beautiful lot of Goods in Sydney. I havo taken thoso Promises in King.strefit, lately occupiod by Sir. G. M'Laron, and w ilch aro certainly second to no othor Ti ileri ig Establishment in Australia. Hoping that my old friends, and many new ^ ouob, will confor upon mo tho ' favour of a calL I am, lea., FltED HAfSON, 135, King-etrcet. Lato Souior Partner of Hagon lirus. TROUSEHS— over 250 Pattp js— 15s. to 25s, l-er Pair j guarantee! :-,'*'ocMlttiii£. - NEW GOODS, my own importing, for tlio Fashionablo Sao Sui...
BATHURST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887
BATHURST MEETING [By Eably Bird.] Our friends of the ' City of tho Plains' commence their meeting to-day, when I ' wish them every success. To go through the whole of the programme is unneces sary, therefore I will content myself with selecting what, in my opinion, are tho best goods for the two principal events. For the BATHURST CUP, ' I like THE FELON, or Maid of the Lake. MACQUARIE PLATE, KATHLEEN, or ~~ Goldlake.