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KILEY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

RILEY CUP. Tho third drawing in connection with the competition for this trophy took place daring the week, with the following result : — Surry United v. Oriental, Carthona v. Ryde, and Wentworth v. Marrickville. The first.namcd clubs will commence their match next Satur- 1 day afternoon, on tho Agricultural Ground, 1 whon no doubt the best and keenest fought 1 match of tho season will bo witnessed. Both I teams aro unusually strong at present, and each aro confident 'of winning, but whichever way events turn it will only be so after ono of the greatest battles fought amongst tho juniors. On the othor wicket another really pood match will tak'o place between the Qarthonas and Rydes, and taking theso two contests together, in -which four of tho best junior clubs aro engaged, it will not be sur prising to see over a thousand people 011 tho ground. ' . _ Surrey United v. N. Willoughby. This match was resumed on Saturday after-' noon, the Surrys, who, at the conclusion of the last day's...

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Gibbs, Shallard Presentation Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

' 'GibhBj Sliallard Presentation Cup, ' ,r Tho- 'Cumberland Mercury ?' and P. Cun iiinghamo's - toam met on Saturday, -when tho Parramatta team defeated tho! metropolitan toam. Scdrcr Firstinnings — ' Mercury, n. 50, Lonnon. (10), Little (9), .Simpson (8), Dunlop (9) being tho principal ecqrors; second innings, 55 i ?r- IiOnhen:29.(uot ont)i Guorin 8 : grand total, in.V'Cunnihghfimo'fi team— first innings, SG —Pet 9, A/Ijurnoss 7j socond innings, 35— Carmody 10; W. Furness 9 not out ; grand total, 71.: Tho u Moroury'* team thus won by 40 ritns; Simpson and Dunlop bowled through out for tho winners, Simpson's avorago being 12 wickets for 31 rung. Punlon 8 for 38. HWt.syakus v. ' IIeuaxp ' Office.— Resulted in a win for tho former by three wickets and 17 runs. Scores : W.C;C.',- six wfekets for50; H.O.,33. For' the 'foracriDrnko (18), and IGill . (13) batted well, while for the hitter Mackay was tho Only one who reached double figures uguiost the bowline of Dunckeur— six wickets for 3...

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THE COHEN CUP. Verona v. Clyde. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

/' THE COHEN CUP. Verona v. Clyde. . Tins match, tho third of tho first round, was commenced on tho Cup wickets, Moore Park, on Saturday, when the Vcronas, who occupied itho creaso first, made a determined stand, and at call of timo only four wickets had fallen for 194 runs. Gee. Holdsworth, Clarke, Edmondson, and Muddle all scored freely, and exhibited good cricket for their several con tributions. Tho Clydes deserve a word of praiso for their energy in the field, under ad verse circumstances. So far as is at present known the match will bo continued next Saturday. Mulready, Penman, and Quolch wero the most successful trundlers for tlio Clydes. Verona.— First Innings. Gee, b Qiielch ... ... ... ... 21 Holdsworth, b Penman ? 24 Clarke, c and b Mulready ? 27 Muddle, not out ? ? ? 44 Edmondson, b Woods ... ... ... 65 Richardson, not out ? ... 4 Sundries ? ... 9 Total for four wickets ... ... 194 Belvidere v. Parramatta. The local club journeyed to Parramatta on Saturday, but owing to ...

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BILLIARDS. Byrne v. Lyndrum. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

2XLLXABDS. Byrne v. Lyndrum. A match was played at the new Vic torian Club billiard-room, between Joseph Byrne, of Melbourne, and J. F. Lyndrum, late of Adelaide, for a purse of sovereigns, subscribed* by tho ' members. The game was 1000 up, Byrne receiving 350. Play commenced soon _ after 8 o clock. Lyndrum Dogan to gain on m* opponent when Byrne had reached 700. and with the spot stroke, at which he i3 an adept, caught him at 872, scoring 323 while Byrne made 15. Finally, at 10 minutes past 11, Lyndrum ran out with :? an unfinished break to ? Byrne's 930, the latter having played very steadily during the last 20 minutes. Lyndrum's biggest break was 163, Tho match was played on one of the two new tables supplied to the club by Alcock and Co. A new billiard table ordered by W. Vanderbilt will, cost 2Q,000d»l. It will be of solid oak, finished witli inlaid work of Moorish designs. ? ? C..Eowei;j ex-billiard . champion of |Vic 'toriii,' played -O.'Hobserlahd, a , local - nian, at the ...

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V. A. T. C. MERTING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

V.A.T.C. MEBT1NO. The following sums were jjaid over at the aettling for the above meeting . — Sir. T. Jones— First Steeplechase ? ? v ~£j9 First Galdelgh Handicap .... .» 2® — , inoo Mr. M. Loughlin— . First Hawksburn Handicap . .- -~. , ??? Captata J. Haimea— ??; ; , First Criterion Stakes . lao Mr. A. Davioa— . First Hurdle Haeo .., 143 Mr. C. L. Macdonald — . r/, First Selling Baco ... .... .... 15°. Mr. J. Harbottlo — i Second Steoplechaso .., - .-?* ??? 7U Mr. J. Thompson— . ? . ...... „ Second OaWoigh Handicap ... ... ... Mr. S.-MTtllbr— ???.'. Third Critorion Stakes ... ? — . ^10 Third. Steopleohflflo ... ??? ??? 40 — ? ? *fV Mr. D. Fountain— i , ' ..-i.;- t : «. Second Hurdlo Baco ? ? Mr. J. Murrfjr^ -?.-??? ? ? Second Hawksbtirn Handicap ? .» . -*-? Hon. W. Pearson— _ ? '.Second Criterion Stakes- ? , -?- T* Mr. k. Halinbouiy— ? n Third Hurdlo Baco ... ... . ... i- 30 Mr.I.-Foulsliain . ... .-?? ; .. TWrS Oakloigh Handicap 1 . 35 Mr. O. Barnott— ? ; Third Hawksbnrn Handicap...

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MITRAILLEUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

MITRAILLEUSE. Since our last issue, the New Zealand mare, Mitrailleuse, by Musket — Erycina, in company with Soldier's Wind, took her departure for Victoria, where they arrired safely, and by lateat accounts we hear she is very well. At present the mare is a nrin nrst tavourite ior the .wewmarKet, having deprived Volcano of that position, and 7 to 1 is the best offer against her. Mitrailleuse is a- remarkably well made mare, is very high and compactly built. Our illustration, which is faithfully oxecuted, affords an oxcellent idea of her immense power, and tho artist lias been wonderfully successful in dispicting her as she really is. At 2yrs. — Auckland (N.Z.), Docombor ; Nowhoro in Railway Plato. threo«quartors of a milo, Gat. 41b., won by Welcome Jack, 8st. 4lb.; third in Midsummor Stakes, six fur longs, 8*t. 71b., wbn by Rulnna, 8st. 71b.; third in Nurfory Handicap, six furlongs, 8at., won by Rubina, 8st. 10lb. At 3yrs. — Aucklaud (N.Z.), Novomber: Second in Epsom Plate, fivo fu...

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THE IRISH EVIOTED TENANTS [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

rTHE IRISH EVICTED TENAN'TO Mr. L. Foley, with his characteristic liberality, placcd his commodious hull at the pleasure of th© Irish Evicted Tenante Committee last night, when, tho best pro gramme ever given in that building took place. Tho house waa cro^wdod, and the performers did their utmost to please tho audience. Two friends opened the even . .1.1 ? 1 ? -1. Va1»d and Tom Taylor. After a couple of severe rounds, Nolan got well home on his oppo nent, and fairly knocked him out. Young Fuller and Williams made things very lively, punishing each other severely. Fogarty had things all his own way with young Slavin. Mr. Foley and Mr. James Meenan gave an excellent exhibition with the singlesticks, tho former acquitting himself -remarkably well. Murphy and Burgess fought liko two tiger3. During the first three rounds Murphy had his ?opponent covered in gore, ana appeared to have things all his own way, but collapsed completely towards tho fiuish of the fourth. Professor Jackson and K...

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THE GEM BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

THB OEM BALLOON 1 On Monday afternoon the attendance | inside the Car rifigton grounds to witness tho ascent of theaefSnaut.Mr. H. Henden, in his balloon, was very small, not more than 200 people being present, although thousands collected lit every point of 'van tage outside. Mr. Henden, however, waa not to De discouraged, and shortly before six o'clock ' he commenced his journey. Tho weather was very favourable, and the balloon ascended without any difficulty. Mr. Henden stood in his basket carriage, rand waved his cap to the: multitude below, who responded with cheers.- The Gem did not ascend to a very great height, and travelled very quickly in a southerly direc tion. Tho crowd watched the balloon until ltvwas.onfc of sight. . Mr.- ; will make another ascent from tho Carrington gtounds on Saturday afternoon.

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COPY THE YANKEES [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

COPY THK YANKEES t , li you want to bo onto copy the Yankees ana advertise in a Sunday paper. No one . ..denies that the Americans are the best. ad .vertiserH in the. world, and they invariably; ',chooso a Sunday; paper for. their announce^ +1 .mentt.- , Everyone reada tho Sunday Times now,' and, what is moro, everyone has leisure to read.it. ? Tho circulation of the Sunday Times in Sydney alone now exceeds 1(5,000. N.S.W. Bowing Association meet on the 23rd at 8 pjn. Huon has taken his departure for Mel bourne. ?New South Wales Bowing Association's, gonoral meeting will be held on the 23rd mat. £2000 to JUOO hag beon taken about tho slut Misa Glendyne for tho next English Waterloo-Cop. _ At the annual meeting of the Murrum bidgee Turf Club, on Monday evening, there was- a good attendance. The com mittee were elected as follows Messrs. C, H. Crokerr O. Cox, K. Cox, A. A Devlin, H.' B/EtzfcatrEnge', J^i'ox/ J. :Qo'rmly, Pi Hann,. R Hawiins, . J. Kingi C; M. Lloyd, B; Mlntyre, B. C. P...

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SPORTING ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

sporting Echoes. No racos at Parkes this year. ' Surpriso -won tho Oakleigh Handicap. Goldlake won the Liverpool Handicap, The Janet has returned to Melbourne. Mr. M. Fennelly is ge tting around nicely. Ben Davis, says *' ho is a Golden King.' Foley's was crowded on Saturday even ing. Orange raco take placQ: on March 10 ana 11. A great show at Foley's Gymnasium last night. Four horses fell in the Caulfield Steeple chase. Myers and George will probably come to terms. Hutchens is challenging any man in Australia \ Manning Biver race3 to-day and to- ; morrow. Cannon and Dinnio wrestle on March 5 ?'! seven styles. . 12,000 people present at the bicycle race on Saturday. ? j Saturday's Livorpool meeting was vor*. successful. 1 Stubbins got home in 13 l-5th in tl *' Carriugton. f.; , Davis' sculling handicap lis likely to a success. -. , j Pedestrians like tho idea of runninv j' I M night. / Eft Albert Loddon, the .winner of t 'l fji V.A.T.C. Criterion Stakes, is a full brother TO to Arch...

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FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. SLAYERS AND POLITICIANS. No More Pain. THEATRICAL CHANCES AND CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

FQOTLIGIIT FLASHES. j SLAYERS AND POLITICIANS. No Moro Pain. - Theatrical Cjiances and Changes. I It appears that our innocent and inex perienced Premier never suspected for a moment., when he was waited upon hy Mr. Pain with a cool request for the exclusive use of a public property, worth at tho very least a couplC'Of millions in hard cash, that he ?could do any harm to other caterers for public amusement by letting this one havo the enormous advantage of the occupancy ?of the land for nothing. Yesterday Mr. li. N. Jones, representing the Theatre Royal proprietors, Mr. Allison, repre ?senting tho Criterion, Mr. Dampier, representing himself and the Royal Stan ? dard, Mr. AVilson, representing tlie Opera House, and ono or two other gentlemen waited on the Premier and told him all =aboutlit. - ' Dear me,' said tlie patriarchal and ICasby-liko old gentleman witli the white wair and the wily tongue. ' Lord Bless XJs ! V You don't say so. What ! you mean to say Wit injures you to let th...

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SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. [nr ' BACKSTAY.'] On Sunday last wa3 experienced tho heaviest E.S.E. gales we havo had for some time, and was accompanied with almost continuous rain. Very few boats ventured out. It also blew very hard on Saturday, with occasional showers. ? During the afternoon the Elcctra, with a large party on board, and the Violet, sailed rounu Liu: ivaitangi. .iiso mere wero many open boat3 attracted to Careening Cave to see the winner of the late inter colonial contest lying at her moorings, a complete wreck as regards her- rigging. I noticed she had her racing colours lashed on the top of the mast stump. It was a lucky thing for Mr. Jlilson his mast went where it did. If he had been off or past North Head on the way to Long Keef, it would have beon very much worse. Those on board would not have had a ni«e time of it if she had to have been towed back from Long Keef. It was only the Saturday previous that the Carina carried away her mast on her way back from...

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BOWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

BOWING NOTES. (By 'ConNSTALK.') J. Brown, of Loichhardt, and J. W. Smith, the winner of the M'Sully trophy, are to row over tho champion course on Saturday next for .£10 aside. Tho Melbourne rowing men havo adopted tho motion of sending home a crew. When tho notice of the motion was first given it was published in this papor in full. Tho matter is v- do iuuj uis cussed at the intercolonial rowing contest, when nearly, if not all the Australian colonies, excepting Western Australia, will be represented. I havo already ex pressed my opinion on the subject, and the difficulties in tho way of sending home an amateur crow aro innumerable, but it is impossible to. say. what wa.can do., till, we't^r. ' ' . . . ' On Saturday last the finals. wero rowed for the Balmain Working Men's Bowing Club Regatta. Tho weather was anything but pleasant, a strong wind blowing, ac companied by a very discouraging shower of rain. In tho light skiff single race (Swann's cup), Tom Power, a rower who has freq...

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THE MAN OVERBOARD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SYDNEY BEFORE ") [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

THE MAN OVERBOARD. (TO THU EDITOR OPTIIE ' STDNKT REFEttF.B.'^ Sir, — In reply to Mr. Muston s_ leirer in your issue of the 10th, I should, in justice, like to refute tho statements contained. | Ho takes exception to my remark, ' of course all aro aware that tho Carlotta did rescue hini, he being able to catch her as sho passed, for she did not stop,' and he states this implies ho had no intention of Havinir Mr. Doran. As to his intention, of course I am in the dark, and I can only state that the fact remains as I stated, as Mr. Doran certainly did catch tho Car lotta as she passed, as his hands, which wero cut in tho attempt, will testify. Mr. Muston himself allows that ho';did not roundup to him, but sailed dead before the wind ri'ht down to him, and that Messrs. Robinson and Reid caught hold of him, and I have it on tho authority of his (tho Carlotta's) own crew, that it was tho greatest chance possible that they . were ablo to effect a rescue, and that- it . was a 50 to I chanco...

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THE LATEST MELBOURNE SPORTING NEWS. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Wednesday. Latest Scratchings [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

? THE LATEST MELBOURNE SPORTING NEWS. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (FEOil OCB OWN- COItRF.SPONBENT.) Melbourne, 'Wednesday. ' Latest Scr&tcliings. The following tiro tho latest scratchings for the V.R.C. Mooting i — St. Leger. — Bluo Blood, Argyle, Aglnos. Champion. — Kiora, Amelia, and Argyle. Newmarket. — Kiora. Sire»' Produce Stakes. — Sylvan Queen. Ascot Valo Stakes. — Euphorian. Elstornwiek Meeting: — Steeplechase. — Chicago, Goodwood. Hurdle Race. — Goodwood, Encore. Plying Handicap. — Mia Mia, Anarchy. Brighton Cup. — Little Annie, Gardenia.

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Betting Market. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

Betting1 Market. There was little animation in the betting market yesterday. Two Newmarket can didates, Chicago and Straight Shot were ?well supported. There waa a big commis sion about the former and somo seven or eight thousands wero hooked against the daughter of Newminster at 1000 to -40. ' William Tell is now first favourite at 100 to 10, having hardened considerably. In the betting it is noted also that while Mitrailleuse's price is 100 to 7, Locliiel, another New Zealander, lias advanced to 100 to 9. Only two, Trident and Nelson, have been backed for the Australian Cup, from 5 to 0 to 1 being laid against each. Nothing is doing on the Champion. The latest quotations aro 300 to 10 Wil liam Tell (off.) ; 100 to 0 Lochiel (tk. and off.); 100 to 8 Volcano (tk. and off.); 100 to 7 Mitrailleuse (off.); 100 to 7 Abner (off.), 100 to 0 wanted ; 100 to 5 Chicago (oil.) ; 100 to 5 Master John (off.) ; 100 to 5 First Gamo (off.) ; 100 to 5 Kenneth (tk. and off.) ; 100 to 5 Straight Shot...

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A ROGUE ELEPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

??'^AjROGtrE ELEPHANT. ? It is tlie firm conviction of the! writer that- of all tho animals wliiuh man has cither domesticated or made, captive, the lordly elephant ''is the most intelligent, obedient, and goocl tempered. ' It is hai'd to^ teach an old'dosr new tricks, 'tiut old elephants aro easier to tamo and teach than the young ones. . . .' ;? When a wild herd is entrapped in a keddah, and; tlie' captives are tied one by one and led away, it is' tho oldest animals' who learn soonest that mind is superior to brute force, and that tho wisest way is to yield grace fully to the inevitable. Most wild animals tliat are cap tured in an adult state are for a - long time in a' state of extreme terror, or else extreme ifige, and it is very sel dom that such a subject yields to teaching. 'With the elephant, however, its tuition begins -with its capture.- In from three to sLk month.4 the Sfild and lawless denizen of the jungle is trans I forme:1, into n patient, steady-going beast of luu'de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

SON'S ' W V , STOUT = THE ' COMPASS' BRAND. ! . JOHNSON'S STOUT ' GUINNESS'S CELEBRATED BREW. JOHNSON'S STOUT1 ? IN ; LARGE CHAMPAGNE.!' BOTTLES. JOHNSON'S STOUT /?UNUSUALLY LARGE CONTENTS. ^.'JOHNSON'S ' STOUT f6r' ladies and invalids. ...JOHNSON'S STOUT '' iisr splendid condition. ; JOHNSON'S s.rouT , the best TONIC I''OR SUaiMEIt. : JOHNSON'S STOUT AT ALL THE BEST SYDNEY HOTELS. 'JOHNSON'S ? STOUT ? ? At all tlio BEST COUNTRY HOTELS^ JOHN SON'S ,k:»; stout ; Sole Agents — j)E LISSA nnd PHILLIPS, ,f 3 2 7i T 3,1 Barraok-3tr! et, Sydney. THE SYDNEY-!-. ? REFEHEE,.;'' — : ? : ? ...rJ ]r/1 OPINIONS OFjm PRESS. From , the .( numerous kindly and complimeritarynotices of the/REFWi;B *?? which have appeafecTm our country contemporaries we solect the fallow ing !' -, . .'»»?} aJC ? . v ' Thu ? Beoa Standakd,' Febeuaby, 9. . n- ' TiiR.EEFEnEE^— Such' is' the titl6 .of a ' new-siiorting-piiper, oiE wliicli we linve re ceived a copy, conducted in '.Sydney 'by Mr. Edward Ellis.! It i3 an1' bi...

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Death of Mirth. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

Death of Blirth. Mr. S. Nathan had bad hick in losing Mirth at C'aulfield on Saturday. The geld . ing was clearing the last hurdle, when the Hon. W. Pearson's Roy cannoned against him and sent him on his head. His neck was so much injured that he had to be shot. Mr. Nathan says that Mirth has not cost him less than jBIOOO, and a few days ago he refused a big offer for him. He was /naking arrangements to have him ' insured for .£500, hut did not complete negotiations. Mirth, by Wollomai out of Mazeppa, 5yrs. old, had he lived, he would one day have annexed a big race over tho little sticks.

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Horses at Flemington. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 February 1887

Horses at Flemington, Owing to the arrival of the New Zealand cracks. Nelson and Mitrailleuse, visitors to the training tracks at Flemington were more numerous this week than they have been since the Spring. The former has been treated to steady work since his ar rival, and, notwithstanding his enforced idleness for ten days during tho passage, the son of King Cole is quite gav. He moves along in a very taking manner. Mitrailleuse, who is said to havo injured herself at Oneliunga ltaces just previous to leaving, shows no trace of injury now. This daughter of Musket, when clothed, bears a striking resemblance to Mar tini-Henry in the manner of carry ing her head and tail, but she lacka size in girth, and is not so well ribbed up. Ma»im is a stylish-looking colt, and lias the powerful quarters of his sire. He in moro forward than some of the Muskets who preceded him. The / Newmarket Handicap candidate, William Tell, has_been put in work again after his recent accident. The cut on liis...

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