E32 sw........s..e-V xv-&"iTHn'PTiIx:”ix‘Y”ILLUsTRATED'PA?EI: r
Ox the opening clay oi‘ the Ncwmnrkct Honghton lllrctingr.
liistllnmliiy, Lord Bixultonl won the I‘l.ite over the ltmvlcy
with Sir liimio, Mr. Leigh the I‘l2v.tc over the llmtliy
Strikes C-misc with Jr.-uiit II WIr.T. Jennings the Blonduy
NUINFIY Handicap Plate with ‘lllllf‘X‘ Coulessor, Mr. A’. ll.
Curr the Flying Stiilrvx with Sweet Alice, Duke of W cst-
rniuslcr the Criterion ' kcs with Ossory, nnil Mr.lIc)1vuod
the Ancautcr Wt-ltcr llundicap with Dan Dzinccr.
Tlllzl CA.‘II’-l'lIl.)G]‘ZSllIRE DAY
was it l'(‘(l-lvttcl‘ mm nt Nonrnrirkct. and seldom has the
-I m‘ cuntlsat lu-on (l(‘('I4l?4l under more invuumhle
ii Tu-isdny. The weather was bonus
Iiful, (or,il the wind at times blew a ti-itle cold, the sun
sliuiin “ rm thi-onshmit the 1li'l(‘l'nIl'Wl,R-l'ld the metcui-
oln-rival discomforts of .‘lonil.i)'“'t'"‘l1I1l"1>llYN’?‘“9- HIE
nttcndiinre, Wlilrli ill('lIlliC(.l thr- unto of “ piles, and
iieru-ly (‘t'01'y' other Yl‘f‘1l’Ifll59Kl turf p itrou, was u l.ii1.-e one,
and l‘t‘l'Ullnly excecileil that W'l[1ll'>M‘Ll twelve nionths sign
wlicn Eviilor ltrince won. Four evciits preceded the Cum-
liri-l-.vo:xliire,tlio tlrst of Which, the Walter iiiin 1'1.m.-, tell
to liuvcrnor ‘vtlllbf, and then cnmr-, the I’l:ite of 200 sovs..
which was won h Wliiteirinr utter a close nice with
Miiurn. Tho llaiden Plate, for wliich seven l"ill'I, rcs
in l'<H‘0l1l"0l Polydor: but Kins: Miliin nnd Lal llmugli ran
a dcnnl heat for the Five lliindicnp. but an objection uzuinst
0 first named resulted in tho disquiiliticiition of Mr.
The tfiunbriclgcsliire stood ncxt on the ciiril. and
Tlurpcviilcn nnil llumcwood were well bucked during the
forty niinutm iccmling the start: but a merit nu rise was
in striro,1‘ur ‘i:)ri:itiun,ng1Iinst whom 40 to 1 am ind, won
frnm Itciidngo and tluicl.-siinil, as Inlll‘l'I'llS 25 to‘! being:
llurmit ninth; 1:-vi. .i'ui- ti-nth; (l-Jdipuseleventh; Hume-
; and Lucizinii next; whilst the last three
cnniprked Iliimbletoninn, Tyrone, nnd Canterbury
The (?.kl[Bl'tIDfiE>'lllIlE STAKES of 25 aovs. Ellcll,
10 tt.. and only 5 sovx. it devlnrcd, with .5110 added;
scrum] to rt‘('rit'e lnu sors. out of tho suikcs, nnd the
thiril to rave hin i-tnkc. Ciinihriilgcshirc Course, 125
subs. 4:7 of “ll0lLl d(‘(.lJl‘Cil.
1 ‘ 'lill1 >
IV I . . . . . 1:
1 iyimir .3)‘rs.tlIAt.IIIv .. in ma ..
u wk-we, 4 yrn.htvat.. In was weiglm IvyLuIie, at Ll!!! Ito)’
i.m'.p .5 bin-wl-vessel, and dill not go to the post. - . .
. , ‘ TIIE l)[1Wl'IUI‘.S'l‘ PLATE. V
“‘odnn=:luy’s great prize. fell‘ to him’: llulszuu; Blunton
being second, and Sly Pilot third.
‘ $ee==:-:c::: a:::eo=:.m-
lmxl Ihrtington has been entertaining I party at his
].ll‘.’ll-‘lI'('$'C pinch, Newuinrlrel.
Sir John Astley, who has been laid up for twomouths,
was on the heath at Ncwruarket this week. popular
' ‘ the left leg some time ago
but us he walked about the Birdcage looked as robust no
will as his best friends could wish, a slight limp being the
only rcmnins of the trouble. ‘
Intillyl There’: a gzillop in the very name. At
Chantilly, last. Sunday, among those present were many
ldnclishmen. M. Lupin’: rirst victory was achieved with
(Minor in the Prix de la Sulamaudre. Gulnor is it son of
the English sire Isouomy, The other race in which M.
Lupin‘s colours were victorious was the l'ri.x do in Table,
won by Presto. .
JOHN’ L. SULLIVAN ’S COMING
to London has been heralded by n tlonrish of trumpets.
The American prizcriglitefs ngent.Mr. E. C. Ilolske, specks
frankly ol Sullivan. and of Join Smith's chnncc of boating
J.-ike Kilrain (who his this eelr bccn boxing at the ‘Vest-
minster Aquarium) :- ‘
“I have never indulged in much discussion regarding
the Smith-K‘ rain encounter, bccruisel attached but little
importxirice to the match owing to the ucknuwlcdvcil
xupcriori ‘ ’ ’
and tlmt one is the redoubtabli: John L, who, untur-
tvinxitcly. was chnllt-ii;,-I.-vl to ‘mill' when nursing; uhrulrt-n
arm. He does no come here to liippoclroiiic in a tour-
rounrl glove-contest. tlulliynn ‘Wants a light with the
I i >I champion in the prize-ring, tor the worlrlhi chum-
f:ll)!I.ihlft, und will be bucked by hi1 1rifntl,Mr. Phillips, for
1.1000 or more a side when the proper time arriv ."
CHAMPIONSIIIP Sl‘l’.lNT RACE.
ni:rcuz.vs v. our. .
'rllF,Vt‘l)Yl'lDetiC0l'i in this race,which is to take plane to-day
pt‘ are both doing useful work,
t The f.(‘ll"g'l’3-l;A’lll-Cl9l‘l(V llcnryyglks who was cluirsged with
2'. .:';:::'-'sc‘ 1""; .“ =.'ms" reim-
(; , I? I. i --3 if car 9 mull] it the Lentrill
.nmmn t l e was sentenced to 0nd month‘ii
IIEACII AND IIANLAN
gignd the (,’lium;.inn.-imp, we 1mm from
A CllAl‘.1T.lllLE SPOILTSMAN.
NEW CYCLING RECORDS WERE MADE AT
mi S.iturdnylnst. 3. But‘ nglisnn covcivil -1 ’lU“Ti9‘" “F
.i mile on il tricycle In .10 i-c.. beating rvwrd by 1 rm;
1-‘. W. Alliml rm tho ti1'cs't‘10 records fmm twenty tn ft“)
miles inclusive. his time for, the ull distance being:
21:. 4.1 min. Iulil-5 set. or tiinm. 16 sec. luster than that
-- iitly ncvuiiiplishcd by ii. L. Bower ill: the mist"!
lc and vi;:nmus ltlxijor linox-llolnics.
1-‘ ' lill!'l(l1l1.’llilll1l)t‘i1ii.lllC
1'iil:ice; l1!lllllIl‘l.l in
who is eighty -ruisof ncc. rim . y
tniidcin rum s from twenty o l.li.ll‘Z-)‘llIllL‘S, the tune
for the lilslr-llzllflell distance bunt, .. h. 1 min. 20 sec.
CA.M.l3l'Ll1)GE UNIVERSITY <7vcI.n CLUB.
Tho annuiil titty-miles road maze of the members of tnis
i-lulnx-as held last Siiturdaiy, the course bcing to Bi.';2les-
Willie and back. There were seventy com ctitors; . P
winner proved to he G. Gatehouse. Clirist s. who finisliorl
i‘ yards in advance of J. little St. Johns; C ‘.
rlc, Pcterlioiise, being third. The mniici-s time was
.':h, 27 sec.
In Franklin's Gardens, Northampton, on Monday, ii srnmt
hall-mile race for 2220 took place between W. llzimmonds
llflll J. lliit. who won a previoiu match by ntoot tlus month.
Un this occiision, at ilrst Hiimmonds led sliglitly, but Birt
i-nine with B trcmendous rush in the last titty yards and
ngnin won by u foot in 1 min. 38 sec.
A six days’ contest was commenced at Waverley Market,
I-)linbur1.‘h, on Monday. the competitors incluilmg Howell,
ltitteusby. “'uo'l.=ide, Luinsdcn, Young, Purkes, Duhois,
llnbb, IIiIll'l((‘l', Steele, and Piitriclr. Purkcs, l)ubois, zind
liinnsdcn never left the track, and succcezlcd in breaking:
the record of Wiiller at the Ellme place some years ago by
1 min. scc., doing the tirst miles in
5 h. on min. 10 sec. At halt’-pnst tcn o'clock on lllondity
lll-L'lIt.lllE oidcr was-Parkcs. 126 miles 8 laps; Duboi.-,
1;'i;milcs S hips; Lumsdcn, 125 miles 8 la
CLAl’l'l.A)I lIAl'tI‘.IEIlS’ SPORTS.
The Clayvhmn Iliirriers held their anuuiil sports but
Sxiturdziy itt'tcrnor>u at the South London Ilnnicrs’ mounds
nt Balhnm. Tho l'lll(‘l]Ji>ll contest was is four-miles open
forty-tlvc out of the fifty entiies went
os-t, llnll which, utter xi iinc tinish, resulted in a
victory for W. G. Tarling, of the Cluphuui Harriers, who,
with imin. 15.40:‘. start, finished half ll. dozen yards in
mlvnnco of A. Fowlcs, of the Oakley ]lli!1'li‘l$, 1 miu.l0 sec.;
1[. V’. Winter, of the C.S.S.A.C.. 2min., bcim: third; and
11. Word, Sptirtun Harriers, 1 min., fourth. 'l'hc w-innei-‘s
not time was E.’1min.4ssec., and that of H. llerbeit Smith,
>'.1..ll., one at the two scratch men, and who iinishcdnintli,
21 min. 23sec. Winners of the other events wcie:-:100-
yiirds club linnrlicup-F. Iliirdmzin, 14 uixls start; half.
mile club hnmlicnp- . Lmon, :30 yards start; and one
mile and ii linli handicap-E. J. Eagles, 50 yiirds start.
On Sntuivlriy last. this ex-cliiimpion cross-coiintry club
decided a mile hnndicup st Wood-crccn. . 4. Dixon, the
' y-mile clinmpion, ngnin sliou ed fairly good form for his
no (:37), though he is n. more b '
vctm-an Blnilnr Knox-llnlmcs, who rcndcrcd so good im
im-‘elf int Coventry. l'tesult:‘lV,J M
luw, 11.5 yards shirt. first : C. II. Twining, I3 ccond; J. L
llixon, 170, third. Twenty-four atartcrl. An exciting race,
Won by 4 yuzds, 6 yards bctwccn accond nnd third. Time,
4 min. 335cc.
, “SI'OR'l'S)IAV?’ RUN.
3 gt large number of persons v ited Lillie-lnidce grounds
“ est lirnmntnn. lzist Saturday. when a 1."yn>yiii-ils lmndicup
for-pnzes l)l’IlOllnlll1'=' to Kin, prvs'miti.d hytbo .S'pmt.mmi,
Wlll(‘h had been commented ll wcck previously, wns con-
cluded. The stxirters for the tinzil heat were ll. Smith, of
“nlwoith, 194) yards stnrt‘ J. Burton. Peckham, 17)-
Moormiin, Plumsteiid. IS; I‘, Powell. of llow, 16!; and
- HOWE. 01' 1&.t‘nfInS‘90H.‘1!J;, bi-twecn whom it splendid
rim: was soon; smith sccuiing lint prize 0! 5:2‘; by half in
WT1 “Om BIIWIYI. who in turn dcfcntctl lloornmn by six
lI1‘=l"3‘3 ON)’. A 130-Yards lilo) consolation hanrliczip was
scoured by M. Sweeney, of Druiy-lane, who received 10)
yards start. ' '
'i'iier2om.u or d H‘ -- ,
ceded 11'. r‘l‘5PDi‘l1l)‘o.')tY:r:fnl'lx.mW[.:l:)4’ :‘.3i.‘.’“2"i'Z..E".’.’..
ggturday at the llilliiird Hall. in Argyll-street, the result
ing an ensy victory for Ilobcite, who won by “99 points
The exhibition match it the “'estminster Aquarium in
which W. (look roncciled G.Cu1lius mo st‘ - ‘ ’
rind 231 undnixhrd.
totals were-ltobc s
, ‘V.(i‘IlCf.‘ll9l.l and WK. . l’c c
mrre match at the Westniin.-t A '
e pnyjvas not of ,3 l'Cm;rl:iiblequc:ll:=i?2‘ltDIP %llDem.i):Ze
Qm,'=I;>exn.; in, lll. and 97 by Pezilluind no ‘and 91 by
. i 0 . Mb I s ' - .
,..;...:."..i, i.:..?,‘.:‘;;.“'“ "mm the tow:
) d It'I‘V““flYi.-“‘;1’.I'-l3L‘li'$V'ITII
arcnow uir ii ' ‘ . , .
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:))TIl9‘0’L‘l0Cl(. Lndics will be udinittcil to view the “cue 3 E;
. . ,. I . A y I ,
new): cstminstcr Aqunriuin . nod a band will be in attend,
I F. E. BECKWITII v. M. Illlllltno
‘ On Mondny ni:;lit,th2 vctcrzin cx-cliiunpim; and M
Ilbbc . ' .
alMiP’<:):Ditg0l: 1:33: ntnnngycenicnt to suiin one hung,-my
ommenced in 9000-1: t-
‘MM. VV'lii:techapdl,e]'iroviiliiigullldy i-:xictxli‘vev,,:1;.‘,)-531;‘ ton'stm"t
The following are the results 0!
E:-mzby matches lnycd lust Shim]
;0lll‘g!! boat Blsc hentli,ut
Eoulund a try. London Scott
P1511. ‘'9 L9‘-‘y by three goal
In hmmid beat (Jln pham l‘
gmils and two tries to noth
ilrll . 11% Cleipwick York, byn 1
8 i ax c R at a - .
Q‘-;tley bciiit I)Icawsl(ii’ir'y,ut1hlnt:itl,e1yg’ll))g : ta
. V, .
txi::$?iigti'g:;."' defeated “ '9“ "Y “’“’ l>"’“‘“
FOOTBALL Assocnirmx cnliiztizvoz cu;
l-TF9‘! Ramos in the first round P.
1.‘-oggunc Victoria M“ Le k , last Saturday :-
9 p at horthvrich, by four goals
’ Oct. 29, 1887
. t Val f Ll. ollcn at Llnngollen
ii; ::i:(0"[gOglsS“:(!)sl$llt-Iz1.g.CI:‘lll!1nlli“;o arn Eiigire 0l"be:‘1b'“'l'l.l'WlOli:
shire County by iive goals to none. 1. -ck Lang?" 59"‘
Church Institute, llishop Aurkland,nt Bishop Aucklziuil.
by two gorils to none. Watfoid .litlllf.'El’S bent Cllesllalnu 35
Watford. 1-ythrce goals tuponc. 'l‘I(‘ll(I1‘S(Ll1llll‘.el1)’, Notti-
ingliani, bcnt Notts Olympic, bit Ixottiiislnim- bl’ “W $104 3
one. Suiiilcrliind bent Moi-peth 1In.i1'icrs, at Mnlxwtllv DY
three goals to two. lloysl llngineeijs Walked OVCT. Rfmllvelcr
liaving scratclied. GrcatBrid:;e Unitywnlked over. bt-l1.1T0l'f1-
Wulvcrlizimpton, l’liIVlI'l’,.’,' scratclied. pAst.on blinke-
spcnre walked over, Burton ‘Vundeicrs liaving scrntchcd.
Astley Bridge walked over, Hurst having scratched. Church
walked over, Cliftonvillc, Belfast, declining ‘to play at
UPC - .
The following were the results of the most importnnt .
club matches decided on Saturday :-I.Ai>.ni-Zn shire Association
bent 1il1'mlll,‘;lI1lm Association, at Birunnghnm, by thiee
goals to two.
tron Challenge Cup) by eight goals to two.
End, at Preston, beat’. lluist by two goals to one. Crusaders
bent; Old Cnrthusiuns, at yton, by two goals to one.
Derby County beat Bolton W'zuiderers, at Derby, by three
goals to none. .
D nrosisxs v. nrox COLLEGE.
On Saturday last the Old Etonians were victorious in an
exciting held match played with the School Eleven at Eton
llcge. The visitors roved the strongest selection during
the hour's contest, an eventually won by 5. goal to a. rouge.
Several good Association games were decided last lion-
day by narrow majorities. At; Burslern Preston North End
beat Port Vale by four goals to three, while at Biriniiighnin
Aston Villa defeated Halliwell by two goals to love. The
Vaudorers were beaten by Bumley at the latter,
town by three goals to two. . .
031: of the most welcome Annuals oi the Season,
“lIood’s Comic Animal," has just been issued,
by those experienced providers of g0O(l,lltCl‘ilTj’,
zlmd artistic fare, M M. Dalziel, from the Camden
’ress. ’ '
leisure hour or so ; and opens well with specimens
of the pictorial drollery for which Mr. J. F.
Sullivan and Mr. Gordon Thompson nre noted,
and which won for the former honourable mention
from Sir J. E. lllilluis. The iiicnibers of the
Smile Club and all fnmilinixwith the romantic
works of Mr. I lirler Ilaggeirtl will zcstfully enjoy
the racy liuinour of Mr. George R. Sims’s rollick-
ing burlesque of “Alan Qu2irter1nain,” culled
“ The Lost Autlior,”, by tliepopiilzii: dramatist.
The quiet humour and sly "satire poked by
.“ l‘uclinr(l- Henry '7 .ll.l’.“.‘”I! profession ’f give special
point .tO‘tllB cilcctive‘storyIof “ A lllistlirccted
lIaledictioii,” Wl'll.Cll‘ neatly returns, c:itn.pnlt-
like, to the head of. him who hurls it. Tlint Mr.
Byron Vi cbbt-r's rightehnnddins not forget its
cunning is Well proved by “ iiulolplrs RDlllRl1(‘(’."
One is glad to ‘iencl 1 again zi brace f good
liiiiuorous tales, put: :1 thoughtful poem on “ The
Sea (which. will cheer many jaded city eyes)
from the artistic pen of Mr. George Dalzie], The
delightful humour, too, (pf Mr. John Nortlicott‘s
“ Suit not Suiting,” on Mr. George M. ]:‘enn’s
,“lIow Tom Deuby went a-Courting”; the.‘
‘ ‘ ‘ f-szicriiice in Mr, Percy,
reeves “Lton llalf-Iloliclziy"; the pleosnntly-’.
told introspective story mid hunioursomc.
slrc-tclicys of Mr. J. ‘Y. Ilougliton; Mr. Frank.
arrctt s “il[;:.t. Robinson Crusoe ”; and the
toiicli oi it vanished hand, alas! in poor Ernest
ll .-in-cu s lust vcrsesy-these are among the things
worth special mention. Mr. Godfrey Turiicfs
quaint storic-tte reminds one of many it cliarniiiw
‘who. know him many a wish that his 'suilering'.
may. be hgliteired during the physical yuillictioii,
WltlClL,‘kC0pS hnn at home. Mr. Charles J.
Dunplnefs “Course of, Untruc Love” -should
provcf a telling rccitiition. '
comnicntlatioii is Imeritetl by Mr. lllattstrctcli,
M1‘, lllEllll'1Cl3”Gl‘Cll’fBll]lagCll, Mr. llal-.L.u(llmv,
Mn Leslie “ mson. lllr. Phil Ebbutt, Mr, 11, r.
Dollnmu, and illr. “ . I1. Tuck for the spriglitly,
humour: ottlicir Illustrations ' ‘ ' ' '
. 3 .
I Fphriiilwuy or nrincliair rczirling maybe also
)vail'iu1y rccoiiiniciitleil Mr. F rank Barrows briglit ‘
“i1('.'3kVCCllcnt. Jockey Club,’ Stories,” ‘full .of
cfeier spulies irom life, ernbcllislicd by 8 number,
Eh neat y exccutcd sketches by llr. Phil Ebbutt.
us is niiotlicr shilling volume issued ,by,Dnl7.iclv
Brothers from 153, Flcct-street. ‘ ‘ '
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g‘A’";ceE[;5:g5d m.".‘0“‘n'=ll labour. We would recoiziiiili-’nd
mining owe"""" ‘ti ”"mfPTl-mg. 9Xl.ill>iI'l1Cll.)g,. and sus-
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