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Union Jack. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

Union Jack. . j.' King informs nio that he was offered ra good figure for Union Jack yesterday, Ibut declined. ?

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WILCANNIA JOCKEY CLUB. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

WILCANNIA JOCKEY CLTJB. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Now Year's Meoting of the 'Wileannia Jookoy Club took place on Saturday. There wbb a vory fair attendance of spectators, and the raoing throughout was good. The fol lowing aro tho rosults MAIDEN PLATE. Mr, Coates' Nobbier ? !( j FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Mr. Byrns's Eaglet ? j ? j j^on easily. . NEW YEAr'b DAY HANDICAP. iGne and a-half mile.)^ ^^^A.I)arch^Native ? ? ^^^^^g|~^Kaglot ? JUMPING RACJ 5.

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ORANGE J. C. RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

ORANGE J.C. RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tho New. Year's Day races were a great Buoooaa, fully 1800 por6onB being present. Tho following are tho results : — FLYING HANDICAP. Audooiens ? ... ... 1 , Slow Joe ... ... .;. 2 Sundial ... : ... ... ... 3 PUBLIC AUCTION STAKES. Glimpse ... ... -... ... 1 Misfortune ... ? ... 2 Victor ... ... ... ... ... 3 NEW YEAR'S GIFT HANDICAP. . Adventurer . ... . ... 1- Slew Joe ? ... ? 2 Liborte ... ...i .«. 3 HACK SELLING RACE. Handy Andy and Brown Bobb started, and both wero disqualified. LADIES' BRACELET; . Sid ? .... ....'I Lindesfarn ... ...... ... ... 2 Adventurer ? ? .... 3 FORCED HANDICAP. : ' Gardiner ... -... ? ... 1 Sundial ... ... — .-. ... 2 Barney ' ? ? ... 3 .

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GUNDAGAI AMATEUR RACES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

GUNDAGAI AMATEUR RACES. [from our own correspondent!. Tho first meeting of tho Gundagai Amateur Jockoy Club came off on Saturday, on tho rocrcation rcsorve, and was fairly well at tended. Tho weather was fine. Tho events woro woll contested, with tho following results : — MAIDEN VLVTK. One mile and a quarter. Mr. Woodbridgo'B Pilgrim ... 1 Mr. Hawthorn b Bertha ? 2 Mr. Hawthorn's Empress ? 3 NEW YEAR' 8 DAY HAND1CAF. Ono mile and a half. Mr. D. Macloan's Simpleton ... 1 Mr. W. Barton's Modina ? 2 Mr. Pottor's Tidal Wave ? 3 This was a good raco for tho last half-mile. HALF-MILE FLUTTER. Mr.' Edwards' Jockey ? 1 Mr. English's Hilltop ... 2 Mr. Kobinson'B Native Cat ... 3 PUBLICANS' PUR6E. Ono milo and a-quarter. M. W. Barton's Modina ... 1 M. Potter's Tidal Wave 2 - Mr. D. Maclean's Simpleton i.v 3 HACK RACE. One mile. Mr. Robinson's Native Cat ... 1 Mr. English's Hilltop ? 2 Mr. Taunt's Maud ? 3 HANDICAP TROTTING RACE. Two miles. ? 'Mr. Harpley's Bayley ? 1 ' Bylong ? *2 Eipht start...

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QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. (BY WIRE. - FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BRISBANE. Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. (BY WIRE.— FltOM OUlt OWN COimPSrONDENT.) Brisbane. Satnrdav Ni ckt. Tho Queensland Club races took placo this day. Tho weather was fine, and tho atten dance good, including tho Governor and Buite. FLYING HANDICAP. Fano ? fl Orxnond ? 2 Sicily ? 3 Won aftor a tight race by a head. SELLING RACE. Norman ? ? 1 Maritana ? 2 Merryjig ? ... ... ... o j MIDSUMMER HANDICAP. i Pirate ? ? 1 Theorist ? ? 2 My Love ? .' ... ? 3 This was a splendid , race. Theorist and Fano mado tho most, running, but at tho finish Pirato camo away; and won by a head. . H U RDLE RACE * j Friction ? ? ... ? t - Marksman ? Dynamite ... ? ? JANUARY STAKES. Lnrlino ? ,?$ . ... . ? 1 \ Touchstone ... ..?£- ? 2 Miss Dnrcbin ... n i EAGLE FARM HANDICAP. Merryjig ... ? ? ... 1 Laurel ? ? ? 2 His Worship ? 3

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

; r s ? SECOND DAY. ' The attendance on the second day, con sidering the plentitude of 'holiday fl ; , we have ha3- must be considered very good ; but tho starting seems to have degenerated completely, and Mr. Derlin proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that he has no con-' trol over the riders. The New Year's Gift produced a field of twenty-three, and it took exactly half an hpur to despatch the horses. Albanus was supported pretty I freely, but failod, and Spoilt Child was victorious. The Selling Raco produced ! a dead heat botween Murrurundi and Allison, and in the run off the former won easily. Tho Carrington Stakes produced a splendid race from start to finish, and Kitawa coming homo from tho distance proved a winner by a length. The Steeple chase was very exciting and the finish ex cellent, and no accident happened. The Two-yeir-old Selling Raco was easily ap propriated by Orange Blossom, but un fortunately Mr. ICinsela's Bexley fell, and it is feared will have to be destroyed....

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THE RANDWICK STARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

THE BANSmCI 3TAK-TEH-. 1 TBt E.'ILY lllRD.1 I The utter failurt tf the stnrtcr at J Randwick hns boenjmi is the theme of | conversation at cvir,- -nro incctiiig held I on the premier rncttim'se of New South I Wales. Mr. Devlii'isno doubt netuiitcd 1 by the best intention, uul tries hard to carry out his duties hut. he fails lament-] ! ably in his exeeutioi. The figure he cuts i nt the post, in ninci-cn instances out of] ! twenty, is ns vexatiois io the public* ns itj ; possibly could be, nul delay after delay :: may always be expend The lirst duy's ' racing of the recent liecting was shock ; ingly marred by the luit'th of time oeru ( pied in getting the ields awaj'. and it H'as hoped, that an im]rovement would be efTectea, but the ojening race of the ^econd day was worse :h:in any previous oase\-n record. One s)lid half-hour was spent before the Hag d lopped. Whoever ;s to blame for this t-ouble sho-;ld be. ? (jVougfiT 'up a/onco. mid tn'nlca ns Lrrt^ may deserve. ^*o doubt ^[r. De\...

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TATTERSALL 'S CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

TATTERSAUU5 CLUB RACES. Tlie first day's racing in connection, with Tattersall's Club came oil on Saturday, at Randwick, and was in every sense of the word successful. The weather, which promised to be excessively warm in the early part of the day, was beautifully tempered with a north-easterly wind, ana a better or more eongonial day could not be wished for. Owing to the recent rains the running track was in excellent order, and the surroundings wore quite a pictu resque appearance. In order to lend an additional aspect to the situation, some miscreant set fire to the scrub on the hill opposite the stand, which created quite an interest to our city friends. The at tendance was not quite bo large as on Boxing Day, which fact can be accounted for owing to so many counter attractions being on the board. Nevertheless, more were present than is usually the case. On the whole the ' books' had tlie best of the deal, as the favourites one after the other went down. Mr. James Perry was very...

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TATTERSALL 'S JOTTINGS. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

TATTERSALL'S JOTTINGS. FIRST DAY. The presenting of Tattersall's Cup by Lady Carrington, on Saturday, to Mr. Skarratt, for Mr. Brackenreg, was ono of the leading features of tlio day. Her Ladyship looked quite at home during the ceremony, and with a pleasant smile, remarked that it afforded her great plea sure. If her. pleasant smile was an index to her feelings, then we are ccrtain that j she meant all she said. It is needless to say that the recipient was pleased, and no better gentleman to fill such an onerous otlice could have been selected than the worth}- treasurer of the Club. Though there were not quite so many present as on ISoxingDay, still Mr. James l'erry seemed pleased, and if wo do not make a mistake, he will be in a position to lay a very favourable balance-sheet before his committee. Mr. James Perry deserves, and he can take it from us that he has, the hearty thanks of the public for introducing to the Sydney racing public Mr. Bond's idea in the shape of the numbered...

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Mundooran Races. OPENING HANDICAP. One mile. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

/Mundooron Races. I S'\ OPENING HANDICAP. One mile. Jtianj ? ? 8 4 Maroolla ... 6 10 jjerminup ... 8 2 Ronlotte ... 6 5 Sigiia. . — -.. 7.9 Roaobnd ... 6 3 Valentine 8 Goldnino ... 6 2 ' KUNDOOHAlf 'HANDICAl*. Ono mile ana pj^ftTTi ... ... 8 0 Valentl£» ? .7 4 (TenninuB ... 7 -8 Snltanp,., ... -7 1 Pearl ? 7 8 Bnrlesquo ...'6 4 ? ? ' r CHRISTMAS HANDICAP. Ono and' a-quarter mile, priam —' ... 8 2 Sultana . ... 7 2 n-ermiliatfAMLviO Maroolla ... 6 'j (I T. M. Malorio, H. Hutchons,. C. Samuols, ' ^yda. ; A. Trindor, 5Vj T^Liddlo, C. Bollotto, E. Sutton, E. Hillyard, 8 { J. Moody, Dick Stevens, 8J ; J.. W. Prico, M. V. MorriBsoy, H. Bali, 9: 'R. Bailoy, M. J. Solomon, 9i ; J. Malone, J.Rowan, Jim Griffiths, J.M'Kinnon, W. R. Solly, 10; P. Monaglian, 10-i; J. Brewer, O. J. Cooney, H. Bnsholl, L. A. Hoelsohor, J. L-jgan, D. J. Linano, J. E. Bourko. E. A: Cliookloy, J. Morris, C. Donoghue, 11; T. Ellom, lli; J. W. Byrnes, G. A. Studdart, D. . Blyth, S. J. Ingram, W. H. Williams, W. J. Cum...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

SECOND BAY. The promjititudc of tho amhlnnce driver at Randwick in time of acclcnt is very noticeably, and deserves greatoraise. Pugsloy is always quickly in attedanco, ana docs not lose any time in reaming to the casualty room, while ho reders all the assistance v in his power ater ar j rival. Mr. James Perry brought a vry suc cessful programme to a close on londay afternoon with the Free Hondiap, and the enormously large fields that started for the several handsome prizes lust be very gratifying both to liimsel. and his energetic committee. Mr. J.1 Ollift'e was very successful in the judge s box, and the Vlecision li, gave in the Selling Eac\i when Mmirundi and Allison finished together 'on the post, was^agreed to by all prosent. Tho New Year's Gift was i a grand sight, no loss than twenty-tlirec coloured on the card taking part in it. Spoilt Child, who, was heavily backed the first day,- and who threw his simporters over, was first to catch the judge's eye, but 'unfortunately ho ...

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Bega Racing Club. TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

Bega Racing' Club. TRIAL STAKES. Kihgswood, Singleton, Lord Bertie, Wood lands, Scamp, Verdict, First King, Violambe, Patoli, Romany, Rennie, Sweetheart. CUP. 1 st. lb. st. lb. Oomus ? 9 10 Verdiot ... 6 12 Rylwono ... 8 10 Scamp ? 6 10 Lu/dosfarn ... 8 4 Patch ? 6 10 A.d/am ? 7 8 Romany ... 6 0 Swnduart ... 7 2 Rennie ? 6 0 Stranger ,.. 6 12 Progress ... 6 0 BRACELET. Singleton, Verdict, Mashor, Boga Cimiter. DIBTRICT PURSE. Glonduart, Progress, Kingswood, Yadbro, Scamp, Kameruka, Woodlands, Stranger. members' handicap. Swoothoart ... 8 10 Scamp ? 7 12 Adam ? 8 10 Verdict ? 7 12 Yadbro... .-.. 8.10.. Romany ... ? 6 6 First King ... 8 2 Young Sterling Stranger ... 8 2 (late Try Him) 6 0 Patch ... , ... 7 12 UtjRSERT HANDICAP. Violambo, Collindale, Lightfaot, Lord Ber tie, Nniioy Loe, Prisoilla, Arbutes, Cardess. HURDLES, st. lb. _ st. lb Glonduart ... 10 5 SingiotoB ... 9 . Verdict .... 9 7 Stranger ... 9 77 TOWN PLATE. ' 8t. lb. st. lb. Comus ? 9 12 Vordiol ... 7 0 Rylstono ... 9 2...

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

SPORTING NEWS. February 24 and 26 are the days selected by tho Newcastle Jockey Club committee for its next meeting, when the following programme is set down for competition : — Opening Handicap, of 50 sovs., six furlongs ; the Selling liace, 50 80vs., six .furlongs ; the Newcastle Jockey Club Handicap, .one milc_ ajjui af half, 200 sovs. ; the ..Flying Handicap, six furlongs, 40 sovs.-;; tho;:Welter, 40 sovs., ono mile. ' The* '-'second day com prises the Free Handicap, 50 'sovs., one mile'; the Novel.Race, 50 sovs., 'seven furlongs ; the City Handicap, 150 sovs., one mile and' a-quarter ; .the Epsom Handicap, 40 sovs., sjx furlongs ; and tho Final Flutter, 40 sovs., one mile and a-quarter. Nominations will be received by Mr. A. A. Farthing, the secretary,, and Mr. T. S. Clibborn, at .the A.J.U. office, up till Tuosday, February. 1, and weights are promised, on or before February 14, 1887. The settliugoverthe Queensland Races took place on December 29. Mr. Finnio with £309 and Mr. ...

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ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. RACES. Sydney Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

Entries, weights, &c. RACES. Sydney Tnrf Club Itaces. Tlie. following entriea. were made yeaterday for tlie Anniversary Dfty meeting :— i ' ANNIVEKSAUT HANDICAP, ? 500 sovs. Oue mile three fnrlonps. \ Highland Mary Ltgunn Emerald '? ; The Jewel . . , „C«:disan ?' . Myall King ; RavciiBwortli Bolworal King's Own Zcno Bertram . , Hose Anteros '-? Fiytroe Hero's Lack Soldier's Wind Spoilt Child Follj* Hoodwink- (late Nebo) Da^obert Blnirgowrie . Pliaon Soldier Boy Chesham Merry Duchess Upper Cut Frolic Kathleen B.Y. '?-Resolve P' The Felon Huntingdon. . .j-BasiJ Simoon liivermay The Orphan Pilot ICitawa Aga Willeroo Halcyon ? JZaoul Industry ? Burrilda Toronto Mistral Goldlake Lordof theLake Eilleshot Keith Moidof the Lake Sorella The Wreck Invader Coroban Sloth ' First Demon Homo Bole Elsie Brown audBose Lancer Queen'B Own Ben Bolt Presentation Lord William Stiverxninc Yellow Jacket Lady Marion New Fashion Ellington. Hexham Beeswing Xeichhordt Tamarisk Clarendon Merlin Cairo S...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

1 ^ rf '' '^^fcuTy, . oh! , M } r«-»daJr Wpbi» ' - /Otv'KT' dii rah I28yds.i ! '§;'! ,jn. l^ 4-Stlj' 5ec (even) accirdihg to -official! ? ,$:(!. time. ; 'Official time is generally wrong, but' ns Davidson, concerted as muoh ns 13yds. to! 'Si sorno of his opponc nts, he must be a ' real y 1 good one.' I * ' - - race was run at rf. ? '* sphering on Saturday. 'it out the 100yds. on a gms^^-, . ifisee. ' Not so bad' for. a u'\v ShB strange that so capable J r-^ho who baa boen on the track t-ent,|o^'nf years or more; should iVri a handicap before -tliis.: \\ hose fault 13 it; the liandicapper'a or the runner s f 1 Heat.— E. Stovons, 85yds., 1. puS®?? 5 4-5th see. M. Androws, 10yds., ami E. Howo, 12yds. Both Androws and Stovons I broke away and woro penalised a yard oaoh. Won easily. Twelfth Heat.— 'W. Konnody, 10yds., 1. Timo, 6soo. H. Bost, 12yds., and J. H. Morgan, 15yds., a small boy, startod. Thirteenth Heat.— D'Aroy Hyland, 1. Timo, 5 7-10th . seo. \V. Scandritt startod. Won oasily....

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YACHTING AND BOWING. Sailing. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

Vachting- and kowihg. \ Sailing. January. q i)ov dfluadron ; Commodore s prize. „ i, i Vid third class boats, club trophy, 8— Soconda^j club, lcft Singles, B.S. Cluti 'l^urry Scurry Race, S.A.S. q -,.,C]Uv- „ A aside, Hero v. Violet. . 8 Match, A_0\i yacht Race, first-class 15-Intercoloma\lef), trophy s.A.C.D. Club. boats, BariE tt'ft/ „„ -Pyrmont fracht Race, 22ft. to 21ft. ^fcrr-Autcrcuiuiiuti \^oats, 22ft, to 24ft. open ! httlf-ucckod \ clnb ; Handicap Race, £;» Gof io's .trephy' S'AGD Club. \ 26-National RegatUw 29 — intercolonial Yacy r.nJ'ARY. e I?- 'i i t- .S\S.Y. Squadron, prize, 5— First-class Race, R\^ off Long Reef ^35; ronnd bo imif.decked boats; ^fVTV' boatR, S.A.S. club; - 20ft half-decked tron's'priMi s.A.C.D. first-classDoats,pa. r 1 i2-5,||i o.„ £25; round boat ^V^D. 0iub. T. Punch s. trophy ; b. d ^-,e 10 — Third Class,. R.S.Y. ^25; round boat off :G c D Club;'23 r^frL^.tkk^b.-ts, -d 16ft. 20— Forirth^ClasaV'R-S.Y^' Sc-nadron ; Ma,lly course. „ t, ^oAAlQIT'ri fo- S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

. / ? | ' 'theI referee* ' . I'. ' , ' BATES for ADVEBfiSlN^ ! OrdbmryAdyertiaihg Rato, ? ' ? Situations Vacant v..; r;;.?'':' .(?. .0 ? ' ? Births, Deaths, and ifou-fia^es ' .i. ... (K * Ordinary Advertisements (10 wordfl) ...... .0 j ? ? - y . n , ' » * ,(29 words)/ L. .ft 2-*v« / t inch (about 40 words) ? ...— ... . ...' 0 3 '0 1 inch (abont 80 words) ' ... ...i (fjS 0 i column ... ... ... 1 ..,.2 15'0 Under Beading Hatter, . ^ Each iuch ; ... ... .... jl, 0 ? * ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

'?B REFER EES'j\\ v.' ®vf®.Y^DNEDAT afternoon j ? t . /?*-- O'Clooi:. ; - ? « ' '^Uj8,liNa{OFFiCK.: ; ; ' ! !2^» 9pAE,1iCE*8TilEET1 SYDNEY/ Per quarttii atlvanco, 33,, post froo. %lo copy, 3d.

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TUR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

I TUP. K Sunscmncit.— Ha+thorn i by Kelpie out of The I 1 Tlioru. I J % I ' Colour Blind asl| ; — If Uo or more lioMcouHcrs j , should select th-Uam'3 clours, who shall decide as the praturp&rtf torctj.JtHama ? If in N.S/W. the A.J.C. wiidcike. Paddinotox a«kf-:Vl. AVhl is jrooil time for an I amateur to walk \o milJin ? 2. Whnttiuieore I ; two-mile wjlkiiiJ for all-comers generally won i? :i.\Vhat height is con-! siderod a fail 1 vault with a pole ' for I au amateur? M\7h;u lemrth for a h-T-, j ' step, and a jump ilAusv.jrK 1. Good timo for) an amateur to war! two nile* in lGmin., as thej amateur record i415mi.. ISsec. 2. This is a; veryvasjue nuesti'V am 15min. Msec. is con- ? sidere-l good for :A-eon?rs. tt. 8ft. Gin. to 9ft. | 4. Amjtourliop, st-.l siui jump, 30ft. . j

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ANSWERS TCOU[?] CAIOS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

ANSWERS TCOUb^HlONS. CAISS. t G. Everard a hi b j— Four ien nrc plaving cribbage, I A pUys a 6, B a, fi, C . 7 with three holes, I) j played out, .A-did like-ise, B plityn nuothcr 5. I Will you tell ne if the hits played coui23 in with \ another throe Iwle* u;.n the two lust cards j [' 'played waro a 7knd a 5? Auswer.-No. I

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