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PIGEON MATCH AT JUNEE.) [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
PIGEOK MATCH AT JUNEE. A handicap pigeon matoh took placo at Junoo on Wednesday, for prizeB'Talne £50. The first prise was ^35, tho socond £10, and the third £5, tho conditions boing sovon. birds bach competitor. Ah will bo ooen by tho aooros bolow tho first prizo won won by Mr. W. Bent, of Tangmanizaroo, tho socond by Mr. A. Knoobone, of Wnorouly, Victoria, and tho third by Mr. A. Mills, Coolamon. Tho scores will show that the competitors con tinned shooting until suproxnuey was attained by tho first threo. UlUtfU DANDlCAr. Birds W. Best, Yuss. 27ydf4. ? 11 A. Knecixmc, Whorouly (Vic.), 2Tiyds ? 10 ?Alex. Mills. Coolamon, 23yds. ... ... ... 0 ?Bird, Goulburn, 27yds. ... ? 5 J. Ke«fo, Junee. 26yflB. ... ? ? 3 J. O'Hftlleron, Goulbnrn, 20j-ds. ? 2 P. O'HuDeron, Goulburn, 26yds ? 7 ?Ijuabman, 'WttllenbeouJ 26yds. ... ? 6 J. Ingliu, 25yds. ... ...? ? ... ... 3 J. JohuKon, Albury, 25yds ? ? ... t J. Irvintf. Wutftfu, 2tyds. ;.r ? .... 4 P. Farrull, 'Watfgu, 22yds ? ? ... , ... 8 ?Stvop,...
RACE MEETINGS. ELSTERNWICK PARK RACES. (BY WIRE.—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE Saturday. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
IUCE MEETINGS. -j ; - ' elsternwiok park races. (UX WIBE.--FKOH OUBOWN CORRESPONDENT.) Mki.bouhne. Saturday. Tho race mooting at Elstornwick Park this tirternoon was fairly well attended. Tlio weather was.ehowery and threatening during tho early part (if uie day, but cleared up iu tho aftornoon, tlio the course being in good order. There was somo excellent sport. The following aro the results TIMX HANDICAP TnOT. Mr. M. Ferrar's Serubber (Upjohn) ? 1 Mr. liobinsou'H ManUaltan, (E. Harvey) ? 2 Mr. Glasscock's Company (K. Glasscock) ... 3 Tho stnrtors were Disraeli, Bargo, Walter Scott, Silk Stockings, Polly, and Huon. Dotting: 5 to 1 and 2 to 1 v. Huon, G to 1 Sctubl»er. Scrubber wont very unkindly, but! won easily. Time, 9min. 20i»cc. iusmcav m:ni)LK kacr. Mr. D. Fountain's Marron (F. Barr) 1 Mr. W. P. llradshaw's Sinking Fund (J. Gardil nor) ? ? Mr. W. Brash's Footmun (J. King) ? ' 3 Tho only other starter was Itoyal Maid. Betting : r» to 4 ou Marron, 3 to 1 v. Footman, 5 to 1 Itoya...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
A friondlv match was iirod botweon tciuns of eight men oaoli Iwlowaiuj? . : to tho Sydney Scottish Itiiles. ? 'i'lirf.. ? teams /????.woro . W*. tiiiuod by Captain Bayues and Liou teimntN roarco aud Hobortson. Ijiontonant, Poarce's teani'proved victorious with lfc» |K-ints t. Captain Baynes' team 101; and Lieutenant iiouort-' eon's team lJHi' As no nccurato scores could be. obtained, wo cannot givo individual Hcorea. but n\ight mention this is tho tlrat gatbortng o! tuo Scots for anything of tho, kind, and lt^ h» to, bo hoped they will not bo stnmgors to tno range auy louder, '
NAVAL AND MILITARY [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
NAVAL AND MlLlTAItTT 1 The most attractive aflsambly on Saturday of ojr forces wow the parade of the Naval Brteady. This body fell in at Fori Mnoquiirio, aud marehud up to tbe Governor's Domain, headed by thoir baud play* ing au excellent 'quick step,' entitled 'Tno Battle aud the Breeze.' The Brigtula was formed np in column, facing north, at about 3.15 p.m., when the compauieit were inspected and proven, tbe brigade at tha* tiuw beiug uuuer xne command oi Capt. Lindemau. Theinspection ovor, 'attention ' was sounded, and the battalion wheeled into jino by the left. Tho Brigade consisted of four com panies, each about 50 strong, two Uold-j)ieces, and a colour parti*. Commander Lutvington had clmrgo of the infantry port. on, and Lieutenant Jackson took command or the Held guus, .whilo tbo colours were under the care of uiidshipmuu Paiyo aud Lewiugton, with the usual escort. It is noticeable that wnonever the Naval Brigade march out they always carry the colours, and invariably tix ew...
ENTERPRISE SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
ENTERPRISE SWIMMING CLUB. | Tho first hoata-of.a handioap swimming match of 150yds.', in .conncction »with tW-' Sydnoy Enterpriso Swimming Club, oamo off on Saturday afternoon, at Itobinson's Baths, Woolloomooloo. It has bnon docidod to swim tho final heat on Saturday afternoon next. Tho following are thotrcsults : — First Heat. — T. Carlton,. 30scc., 1 : A. Lind say, IGhoc. Cavlton. was half a length away when tho word 'go' was given to Lindsay, and at tho end of the first length Carlton had had enough and gavo up. Second Hoat. — F. Long, llscc., 1 ; T. Malonoy, Bcratoh; G. Bato, I8sec» Bate had a lead of a third of a length of tho baths whon Long jumped iu, and tlie latter hid a start of a third of a length whon Malonoy coinmcnced. A good raco ensuod homo betvroen Long and Malonov, but the latter was novor able to get on love! terms with his opponont, who won by about 2ft. Bato gave up at tho steps after second lap. Third Heat. — W. H. Marks, 15sec.. 1 ; C. Sayro, 2(isoc. ; P. Cla...
Frobeble starters and Riders for the Newmarket. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
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Scratchings. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
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Changed Hands. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
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Malone and Royal Maid. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
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BEGA ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
BEGA ATHLETIC CliUB. The first mooting of the above club' . passed off very successfully indeed, and give promise that in future thoy will be come an institution in the South Coast district. Over 1000 people attended for each of tho two days at tho Agricultural Grounds. Tho running all round is said to have been good, but in the handicap local or district men appeared to have had it all their own way. The following are tho results : — Maiden Plato, X10, 100yds. — A. Hall, 1 ; Anton Settler, 2 ; P. Davis, 3. Twelve startors. Time, lO^sec. Sheffield Handicap, X130, 150yds. — Wm. Jlrock, Itod&lla, 18yds., 1 ; A. Hall, Lake Hathurnt, 15yds., 2; Waltor J. Hunacombo, Nnmbugga, 21yds., 3 ; P, Davis, Coila, 19yds., 4. Timo for tho final heat, llsec. The quickest time in any hoat was 13.isoc. Hall ran under protest. Forty accoptcd out of a nomination of 08. About 32 started. District Handicap, ..£15, 150yds. — Brock, 18yds., 1 ; P. Macnamara, Bega, 18yds., 2 ; H. Gordon and Hutchinso...
Sir Joseph Banks 440yds. Handicap? [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
Sir Joaepli Bants 440yds. Handicap Tlio following aro tlio handicaps for tho qunrtor-milo rnco, wliioli will bo run on tlio 23th inst. , L. E. Mvors, ncratob; H. Hutclions, 2yds.; T M. Malono, 5 ; C. Samuels (a), G. Combo (a), 5: A. Trindor, 13; M. V. Morrissoy, 14 j J. HouKnev, Jus. Atkinson, J. Henly, IS ; T. J.' GriiHths, F. A. Brown, . A. CUuroli, C. E- Merchant, Joe li'1.';', II. D. Brown-, J. M'GarriKal. : ^1!ly Clomonts (a), 21 i D. Blytli 22; J. C. Stubbm, 24; Tom Collins, 25; J. Muckio, -; 1. llurko, 25 ; T. Elloin, 25 ; E. Lazarus, 2.) ; ?\V. lConncdy, 25; J. Browor, 25; I\ James 25 ; G. Thorp, 25 ;? M. Conway, 2o ; Jus. W. Byrnos, 25; G. Smith, 25; A. Cox, Ponrith, 25 ; M. J. Solomom 25 ; A. Ffl.rron,25 ; It. Wolkor (a), 20: J. Locan, 27 ; J. O'Donnoll, 27 ; J. R: West, 28 ; 0. E. Warn, 28 ; C. A. Duxui- 28 ; IV LawruiiOdt 23 i N. Caropboll, 30 j C. Civrr, 30 W. Groon, 30; k. Brftthwnito, 30; C. M'Lood, 30; 'W. Koafl, 30; E.Kolly, 30; T. Conway,. 30 ; W J. Dunn, 30 ; G. J...
BATHURST GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
' SATHtTKST GUN CLUB. '? Tho Bathurst Handicap Pigeon Match of ,£13() was shot off in Rotton's paddock on Friday. Owing to tho rain tho birds woro very slow in rising, and woro completely at tlio morey of tho shootors. After a long tussle tho throe prizes were divided between Dr. Machattio, Bathnrst, 29yds. ; H Barnes, Rockloy, 28yds.; W. D. Dight, Dubbo, 20yds.; R. Yates, 14yds., and W. W. AVheatloy, Maitland, 2fiyds. , Tho following istheiudividual scoring, with tlio handicaps „ Biddnlph, Soids. ? llllllllOn— 8 J. Cassidy, 23jt(1b. ... ' ... .:. ... . Oil— 0 'CUanco, aSyils. ... ? ? lOlu— '? P. Glenister, 25ydB. ... . .. ? ...' ; ] Jus. Sanion, 21yds ? ... , John Thompson, 21yds. ' lllllOn— 5 A. Dallison, 2tyds. ... ? 3 ::: ffimiiixM ''sAoca'ewiiiyds. , ximiinuioit— 12 illil nS= «2.d«. ..: ? ... ? — 101E— 2 V. Peelirey, 21yds. ? lllUinmilOn-13 ?Cedar, 25yds. ... 111110b— 5 J. Bottou, 28yds. ... ... ~ — i ' H. M. Faithful, 31yds. '... ... lllOu-3 G. B. Modini, 30yds. ... , ? ' llll...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
Hj-ort:ng. ? ? — .. . — -M. . L To tho Spoitljiff.Oeatleaxeaofthe, , t Oolonies. ? . 1 1 .1 'YORKSHIREMAN ' ' q Kor many y«urn tho most Biicccaa'n portina writer ou tlio Sydnoy Press. , Coinimincoil tho . NEW YEA R ; In a ] ildliliUNT MANNER, j ... ?; - ..) 1'. j As ho sont . ,, ,.j ii- s WirJilAM TELIi and ALL GOLI) ' j ]?or tho JTANDI8II mid IJAGOT HANDtCAPS L'Iuiii iiunding tho winnoro ' of thq first ; double of tho suaaon. , - A Ho followed it Yip, by K'ving all his client . : kitawa ' - ; : , ? For tho CA-UlMNU'i'ON STAKES . , On Monday, and Hunt Keith (hobotkI) as 1 vory hard to boat, frequently .. , ? through tho News. ' This is a miiKnlfleoiit coinmencoinont, and ho oxpeots to havo another , WlIiLIAM TJiljIj 1 , ? For tho ? UlJWMAltlCRT II AN DIC AI', _ ' j( Itank Outsider forMelboumo DEIUiX. ; .'and, car. Tlio yoavly Hiilimiription for 1887 now . connnoncoH, and in I Worth Ton Times tlio Fco : ! 1 1 TO HACKERS. . Terms an.l list of winuors nent ou applica . ,. tion (encloHo...
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
THE GUN. (By ' Piqkon.') Mr. C. Gilbert n,nd Lord do Clifford shot a. match recently in England, the conditions of which were 100 birds each, 31 yds. rise, for .£300, nnd the former won by 77 to G8. / Tho Mayor of Bnthnrst, spanking nt the( settling of tho recent handicap in that, town, spoke ns follows ' Tlioy ha-l gone oi from bad to better, and ho hoped to soo thoil' members competo successfully with Sydnojj Thoy hart in tho cmi- mty memners, am, amongst theso there -woro men who ho though would contest favourably with tho best shot, in Sydney. Somo of tlio members loft the; ploughs to como in and praetico ; and of thei enorgetic seerotary, ho could only say that ir shooting, feeding, or in attending to tli getting in subscriptions lie could no bo beaten. He would say of Mr. Iiai sard tltat ho was tlio soul of tlie Gu Club— a keen sportsman himself ho ill spired others to become so, and a largo sliar of thanks of tlio olub was due to liiui. (Cheers Ho would add that they had the ...
George Powell v. George Mulholland. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
ffeorge Powell v. George HXulhoUand. Final arrangements havo boen made letween George Powell and George Mul lolland for a fight to a finish for £100 aide, to take place in Brisbane early in Havcli. Both parties are anxious, and lulholland takes his departure under the ure of 13. Seymour this week. A great -eal of interest is centred in the event by lie friends of both lads. E. Mulliolland rill also accompany the New South . Wales ontingout. We have made arrangements fa- full details.
murphy v. Fuller. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
iaurphy v. Fuller. To-niglifc ('Wednesday) a fight between tlieso two youths takes place at* the Gym nasium. They have both prepared them selves for a heavy encounter,- and will, no doubt, give a good account of themselves. The boys are. so well known and havo so many admirers that comment is needless on niy part. Several others have promised their nssistanoe, and a good entertainment is sure to be the result.
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
ATHLETICS. I [By NiAblbfoot]. The ' entries , for Gurnoy's Australian Cup Handicap and hurdle race are due on the 29th inst. Tho Bothungra Handicap was won by J. Copper, 15yds; Molloy, 17yds, 2, and Clancy, 4yds, 3. J. Donnelly and H. Beggs have boen matched to run 150yds. for JE40 at Mait land on the 18th proximo. The Sydney Enterprise Swimming Club had ft good day on Saturday last, and tho final on Saturday coming should be an in teresting event. , . A .£10 Sheffield handicap will he run oif at Tichbourne, near Parkes, on April 7. Nominations and acceptances closo respec tively on March 2-i and April 5. At Menangle Volunteer sports, A. J. Stuckey is scratch in tho handicap, con ceding as much as 20yds. in the 150. Tho nearest man to him is Alf M»ore, 5yds. Samuels' party have expressed a desiro to maketheirmatcli with Hutcliens for .£200 aside instead of jEIOO. Hutchens is qnite willing, and the match will bo for £100. A spin of 100yds. was run off at Cawley's Creek, Bathurst, on ...
The American Boxers. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 February 1887
Tlie American Boxers. | A 'rand complimentary bouefit will bo tudeied to Messrs. Mitchell and Costello, tb recent arrivals from America, at Foley's Ahletio Hall, to-morrow evening. An oilibition of the noble art of self-defence b such renowue l boxers should be well wrtli witnessing, and as the prices of amission are within tho roach of all there Bhuld bo a humping house. Allthe lead ? in athletes havo tendered their services. u aceonnt of tho losses experienced tli)u(rli drought by Btoekowners in the upercountry in tho Argentine Ivepublic, saj that more than 20,000,000 head of sliep have died, and while tho immedi ate loss is estimated at nearly ?£5/10 000, it will in reality aggregate mm more. The sheep died principal y ?froiia lung and throat disease, formerly unlciwn in the country.