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j SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.
The Milliamstowii racen take place this afternoon commencing at 2 o clock
Hie spring meeting of the .ustralian Joel ey Club commences nt Kami wick this afternoon Hie chief cienta ure the cjerly, the J psom Handicap one mile an 1 the Spring Stakes one mile nnd a half 1 or the Derby the horses remaining in aro J udolph Singapore Yfcrrimenr Sydne), Knight lemplar and Woodstock and pro bably one or two of this small held will not start 1 or the Metropolitan Stnl es l8 horses are left in Amongst them ia Ben bolt but we -ire informed that lit lins been lett in through an error au I that it is not intended
. run lum tor the rice
Hie Í ancashire PI ite of 12 000 sois one of the richest prizes of the tun m -.nslnnd, wiltberutiforattlicMiui-lieatermeetine lhe event ia weight for n"e und the distance is seven 'iirlon.. -Nearly all the best horses in I Deland are engage 1 in lhe ruce
I nines close on Monda) for me Oakleigh park mutin., of October t lhere are no less than 10 events in the protrimrue m eluding events ior both ponies and horses
live for each
Tradition was scratched from the Metro pohtan Stakes j esterday mornine
Poet has been acrntche I for the Melbourne Cup »ud Lilltth and little I osa have been struck out of their Williamstown engage
lhe -tal es won at tlie recent Cranbourne meeting ure payable at the oflice of tile \ ic torian trotting Club Bourl e street west
1 he linn heaps for the events to be run at the Caulfield Cut) meeting will not be issued unter after the Melbourne Hunt Clubs meet ing which takes place on Saturda), Oc
AYILLIAMSIOYYN J ACIÎV.G CLUB
The spring meeting ot the Williamstown Racing Club takes place tins afternoon Mr Sutton the secretar), having provided un excellent programme of halt a do_eti events aud as the telegraph is luid on visitors who take an interest in the Kandwick meeting will have tlie wiuntrs posted alter each rate lhe following is the train service -Special trains will leave tipenier strtet for the Wii
liamstown racecourse platform at 11 4u a,m, I... 12,28 12 4J- 12 öS Hu und 138 pm, an I return immediately the races are over Horses will only be tonveyel to the ruce course platform by the 11 45 n m special train and a special tram will leave the ruce course plattorm tor Melliourne about b p m with horses Ali the special trams will pick up or set d ran passengers at 1 ootscray and newport The following is the protramme and order ol ruant -
(To sturt at - o clock)
Of 100 sovs second 10 sovs One milo and a half
Mr I T Caralako s b g Ballarat aged 1"
Mr Le. C Und Irlck s br or bl g Bachelor 6 v rs 10 10 Yiri) II irrowes s b g C1 al cellor, aged 10 0 Mr J Nicolao 11 3 b t Ton l est, âne t 10 0 Mr 1 1 Carslake s oh g sun mer ó) ra 10 0 Mr F Hu ni hiles a chu hing Bill) aged 10 0 Mr û it Uli e s b li Ring Vrthur eeteel 0 U Mr If Conolly s g g Willie a.c I lill Mr P Bohrer s li t llt-iimonel a,'ed I) 10 Mr U Cunolle s eh cr Lundseor atfed 0 10 Mr S Miller a h ni Koonda 0)rs .. l> 7 Mr O I lassaock s h g Crusoe Uyrs 0 7 Mr 1 Matts bl li Hint Louis aced . ° 4 Mr T lo.en a b g Dick Air] lu aged 0 O Mr M J Lon. na b g Co a-ed . 0 0 Mr II Mu iro a eli in Minnie age I . 0 0 Mr A O Young s be I alo face ti)ra 9 0
' IV S Co\ Jm a br g Y annatl au aged 0 O Mr IV S Cox jin a chglircbraid B)rs . 9 0
-WO YEAR OLD HANDICAP (Co start at a quarter to J)
Of 100 sova second 10 sovs. Three furlongs and a
at, lb Mr S Millers chf YY)dgcl b; Newminster
Noko 8 7 Mr II Dot ovans bl Allegro by Neckersgat
(¿uccii of Naples S 0 Mr J Milson jua : b f Magic circle by Sr.
Albans-Varóle) 8 4 -r S Ml lera b f Olea by Newminster
Warina 8 4 Mr M JacobB a b g Tho Bud by Iticbniond
Cancilla 8 0 Mr C D los br o _Isherniaii by Applause
Summer8 Kio 7 9 ilr s Millers bf Cohn b) Ne militate -Reno 7 1 Mr J IV hitit ».hains eli f Red Uole, b) Pro
tuotbeus-Rose of Avenol 7 4 Mr O li Upjol n s br o 1 oreti King by First
klug-The Roo 7 4 Mr S Millers ch f Wiora b) Neckersgat
Aurore *I 4 dr I Nicolson na brf Tourist lySt Albans
-Iratch 7 1 Mr D S Wallaces bl f Moot ta, by Golds
brough-Kernel 7 4 Ur A Davica us b I Clare, by Richmond
Lol) Wlltoi 7 0 Mr O Barnett tis ch I Jenalan ov Neckersgat
-Jessica 0 13
Mr vv w all a br f Si Inaiva) by The Y otabDnd
-MLslraluor 0 7
(To «tart nt 0 minuto« i »st 3)
Of USOVB acooud IUBOVB. Iii o furlongs
Mr E. Kcllv a bl g I owl aged U 4 Ylr J Crlpi a a br b Bor j yra U 3 Mr T Woods a t g Lio el aged . 8 10 Mr M Irai an nsbrh Clam don aged S 6 Ylr A Haiksa bl h Autum i 6 ira 7 12 Mr J A Lui g a !> t Derision G yra or aged 7 11 Mr Y\ J Austin B oh ii Memento G yra 7 7 Mr J Nloouou i a btr Llborty Gyra .77 .Ur A I. Joht so s br m Violet agc I 7 0 Ur s Millers chcCro vii Jewel J)ra 7 r Mr li Conolly i a br f True 4 )rs 7 3 Mr 11 Cot ollv s t in Oueida 6>ra 7 2 Mr S Grim ooiia br g Ormond 6yra 7 1 Mr 3 vvl ivcttuha i s br m Honor» aged II 10 Mr J Harpurs li g J ti I) ra II 10 Miss 51 Hursts brui fa iv 0)rs U 7 Mr Jolea 1 >a i il s b f Nerlssa S yrs 0 7 Mr E U Luttrcl s-rflillltli J ira U 7
(To start at 6 miuutes to 4)
00 sovs Winner to lo sold lor £100 Flvo
Mr M. Trahan i a br li Clarendon ated nil 7 2 Mr C. Elliott a br 11 Au bassadresa a"cd, nil U 11 Mr Vi J Austl i a ch in Memento -yra nil Oil Ylr YY iflaasoockscf-su lona ated nil «11 Mr J Scoble i s eli t if Af-xai Ira f> yrs lill U 11 Mr 1- II Luttrell a b1 i iitlu llosa i ¡ti nil U 0 Mr J -ouldabf Bcr)l II (lato beni) l)rs
"'I 0 9
(To start at "j n luutes past 4) >__; OI 100 eoes. sccoid le) sova Iwo miles.
at lb. Mr ° Miller « br ni Hen) «coe! 1.1
Mr J Harbours b g Wibi Hot aged li 7 Mr J Baines l acig Yalli o Urah aj,cd li 4 Ylr C1 J mcsoi a li g B l-l a i ated li . Mr J Si kui s bt Nati o need li 1 Mr J Onrl ira I e Vrt! I oi u U)ra 11 1 Mr S Mille, s br I Mil 1 Ira -tod 11 0 Mr D Y atea s I t Hol Cooler -ted lo 10 Mr I Bolter« b g 1) istlor ated 10 10 Mr t Rowe a I t ( tilt a"od HI )o Mr H Coiollval t AiHtr Han Native aged lo 9 Mr T Corker a oh g Hair b)ra 10 4 Mr I T Co alakoabgOoodt noel ate I 10 1 Mr L. F 1 hill p» a br t Inverurie o_cd lo 0 Mr W Me izics br g curlosit) aj,ed 10 0 Mr J Crlppaaclt t lawler Oyis 10 0 Mr 1 Brov i is ch e, .toonil)ne U)rs or
aged 10 0 Mr I R Canpbclla h orbr g Melville o"cd Oil Mr O Olas ocle i s ch ii Maude ated n 10 Mr It II -laitonsc1 t You i, lloro aged U 7
SI HIN I 1IANÜ1CU
(lo start at 6)
011°0 sovs second "u sova Duo milo and a fur
Mr T Reilly nab h A cas ti)ra 0 ii Mr f Kel y s til t Re I itcd » 0 Mr J Cripiaa bril Hoz b)ra S 10 Mr It le Maltlan 1 s I li Motoor aged S 7
J M clutclai na cb iiliroen Isle agod S (I Mr 1 Woo la slit Lionel ee.c I 8 4 Mr J M Doutait a bli Da) «tar G yrs 8 4 Mr IÎ. ( Irodilbbal o I rheo Consort, 3) ra I. Mr It Ho vi abro I «mellor 3 )rs 7 H Vlr J A Lai e a ch g Jeh i tlrlcht 4 ) ra 7 d Mr S Millers bl Iris 3 era 7 0
J VI I lui |,lm nair e I ropounder 4 yrs 7 J U Crliisa bt lu ictus 4 \rs U 7 1 (.»i I a bil I rou ii Brand ajed u " J Leo a br o Clinker -)rs G
Mr VV io. Juu . bt Ursulhie 4)ra 0 7 Miss M Hurst a brui lal liy Ovrs G 7
AUSII YLIY\ rOCItl \ CLUB SPKING
Ml 1 11.N0
[BY SPLCÜL AVIIU..
(1 ROM OUR (.OlItlESPOVDEM )
S.D\f__ IlltDAT SI COND D YY-TUESDAY Stir .4
JTIlt. JIF.lltOl'OI.ll'AV SUKES,
Of 20 sova each with 1000 sovs. ad J ni second
.M> third lOOaovs Two ailles.
at It at 11 Aborcorn ) Aiacual I) Ylunto i 0 B n Bolt . 8 Keith _. 8
VI) combo , 1 Mo levdow 7 1 I j ii thurat 7 West Lvnno 7 Leichanlt 7
Ellordalo (ia 71b
Monto christo Lo kaloy Dlticnuso Iho liter Tartar
SPonn.Nu n LI-GUAM (lllOM OUR ConiVkSlOfDlNl )
s .DM \, niiDiT
Betting business nt tattersalls tula) was very brise) i he A J I Derby received little attention und (1 to 4 wa» taken about Mirri
nient I ir a fiir amount, tho Ihilsjiing price beult 100 to 80 1 or the Metropolitan ¡-takes all the inouï) in the market nt ti to J was acuptccl about 1 Herdale, and 4 to 1 was the best prite (it the close the aunt price being (btiiumble about Aborcorn Y\) coin lie lind Borne supporters ut 5 to 1 which rtmuiued on oller About £1 000 was written about lim tyler at 100 to 8 Mulshing at 100 to 10 oltertd Hie sume price was taken and ottered about Keith, while YY est L) une kltuwu, au 1 Lockslc) were bucked to win luir sums ut 100 to 6 which rcmaine 1 on otter In the betting on tilt 1 psom Handicap the most noticeable feature was the denium, fir Dreadnought, who was I ucked to win about 1.0 000 at from 100 to 10 to 100 to SO All the money available it 100 to 8 wa« taken about touchstone Mikado, mid Artisan, and 01) tie wa« supported to Win k9 000 at 100 to 9 aud there wera small
transactions on Simon, May Queen, Amma, and Sorella nt 100 to 5
tor the V R.C.. Derby Dreadnought waa backed to win £4 000 at 4 to 1, In doubles on the Melbourne Cup and Derby, Silverton and Dreadnought were coupled to secure iii 000 nt 1,000 to 10 1 or the Caullield Cap Do? was backed to win _J,000 nt 100 to 4, while in doubles, Caulfield and Melbourne Lupa, The I harmer and Carbine and The Charmer ami Silverton were supported to win about JL- 0X1 each at 1,000 to _ Meteor and Silverton, Bravo and ¡silverton, Bravo and Antrua «vere also well supported at a similar price
lbe lollowing icratcbinga have been made from events to be run for at the bpring Meeting of the A I C Second 1 oal btukes-1 entity filly, Rokeb), Dorothy, Ianthe, Denman, 'Iribune, Merriwa. J psoru Handicap-Dividend, Nita, Melody, Mengobah, Eyr), Grecana Oaks-NUH, Evening Star fill), Patience, See Saw, Lady Granville lill), Carloon, Ianthe, Quartz Sea- gull, Pnrthenia All 1 ugagementa-Lens, (jans mede. Lithgow,Cranbrook Lady Claudia, Pttsim, 1 acort W il nerf orce, Marie Grand stand Plate, Selling Plate, and tulney Handi- cap- «berdeen Hurdle Race-Chandler, El Cid, Vrtist, Cracksman, David Second Hurdle Race-Artist, David Shorts-Orand Duchess Steeplechase-Chandler, David
RANDWICK .RAINING NOIES.
[BY SPECIAL WIRE]
(TROM OUR CORKSSPONDIST )
Tina morning the work done at Randwick waa not of a very intereBtni). nature. Aber- corn beat binecure over five furlongs, while Singapore mid Dreadnought finished well together. Rudolph galloped a speedy half- mile, and Merriment did easy work Wycombe and Arsenal were sent tor good sound work, and Animus twice round at a fair pace Manton beat Glen Elgin and West Lynne over six furlongs in good time host of others did uaeiul work.
TO- DAY' S MATCHES.
The following matches will be played today:-
Essendon v. Port Melbourne, at Port Melbourne - Essendon Team-Angwin, Ball, Chadwick, Clayton, Desailly Dick Driver, Fleming-, Finlay, Forbes, Ham- mond Kerrligan Mouritz, M'Leod, Normens Rout, Robertson, Stafford, stub, Shaw, Sykes, Schutt, Seblre. Port Melbourno Team- Burke, Collins, Cole man, Fraser, Graham Hanneysee (captain) Harper, Mackey, Maxwell, Morton Muir, Munro, M'Knight, Newbound, Sharp (two), Strachan, Sutherland, Vine,
Melbourne v. Richmond, at Friendly Societies' Gardens - Melbourne Team-Aitken, Bain Benson,
Browne, Carah, Claringbould, Cohen, Farrell, Fox (two), Fry, Hailett, Healing, Kelly Kerrigan, Lynar, Mitchell, Morrison, Mullen, M'Arthur, Sheehan, Slattery, Smith, Strachan, Trowbridge. Richmond Team- Burwood (two), Brown, Coles, Davies, Griffiths, Kilmartin, Hill, Lyons, Morton, Murray, M'Leod, M'Sweeney, M'Phee, O'Loughlin, Searle, Stephens, Syle, Short, Stewart, Thompson.
St. Kilda v. Williamstown, at St. Kilda- St. Kilda Team- Bennett,Blake, Cundy, Dunn, Far- ley, Harding, Jackson, Layton, Lockett, M'Coy, M'Donald, Newland, Pringle, Robinson, Rusden, Simpson, Smith (two), Speary, Stifie, Waugh, Wilson. Williamstown's Team- Brwonfield, Cooper, Foot, Fribbs, Garlick, Gibbs, Griffin, Huggins, W. F. Jones (captain), G. Jones, Lyle, M'Donald (vice captain), M'Pherson(two), Murray, Pierce, Salt, H. Smith, J. Smith, Warrenn(two), Worroll, Young.
South Melbourne v. Fitzroy, at Fitzroy -South Melbourne Team-Burns, Brown, Barrett, Bushell, Clinton, Doran, Dunn, Ellis, Elms, Glenn, Kerr, M'Kay, M'Murray, O'Mara, Page, Purdy, Powell, Spenecr, Windley, Wyatt. Fitzroy Team-Banks, Begge, Buckley (two), Cleary, Ewing, Gleeson, Biles, L. Keogh, M'Raile, Melllng, Millard, Meates, Nichoils, Rappiport, Salton, E. A. Strachan, Thomson, Wise- man, Worrall.
North Melbourne v South Ballarat, at Ballarat. North Melbourne Team- Abrahams, Alessio, Bean Bingham, Box, Carlton, Carroll, Crofts Gibson (two) Johnston (two), Lordling, Marshman, Middleton, Robertson, Rushford, Ryan, Stevens, Tankard, Todd, Willlams.
Carlton v Geelong, at Geelong: - Carlton Team- Bailey, Batters, Brooks, Crapp, Currie, Couison, Green, Hutchison Keane, Levdin, Lorraine, Moloney, M'Kenzie, M' Inernev, M'Kechnie, O'Connor, Roberts, Sutton, Williams, White, Watling, Walton Waldron, M'Carthy. A special train will leave Spencer- street at 1.10 p.m., returning at 7 40 p.m.
Footscray v. Footscray star (23), at the Footscray Cricket ground Footsray Team-Anderson (two), Brown, Barrass, Copplestone, Cherry Considine, Carl- ton, Cairns, Drury, Douglas, Davis, Heath, Higgins, Ley, Munro, Pender, Roberts, Schoman (two), John- son, Thompson, Woods.
The following other matches will also be played: - North park (second twenty) v. Chapel United, at Royal park; North park v Coburg, at Royal-park, Albion United v South Brunswick, at Royal- park; South St. Kilda v. Marylebone, at Middle park, South
Caufield Grammar School v Scotch College (St. Kilda) - This match was played on Friday, and re-
sulted in a win for Caulfield by 4 goals(Courtney 1, Dougall 1, Walker 1, Atchison 1) 14 behinds against 3 goals 6 behinds.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS PREMIERSHIP.
The final match for the Public Schools premiership was played on Friday, the 13th inst, between the Scotish College and Melbourne Grammar school twenties, and resulted in a win for the Scotch College by 5 goals to 2. This victory conferred the pre- miership of 1890 upon the Scotch College team, the Geelong Grammar School being runners- up. The premier played in all five matches, with the following results :- Versus, Wesley, College, first match, won by 10 goals to 4, second match, won by 14 goals to 1; versus Geelong Gram- mar School, drawn 4 goals each; versus Melbourne Grammar school, first match, won by 2 goals to 1; second match, won by 5 goals to 2. The Scotch Col- lege team has consisted of Bond, Cohen, Croft, Fire- brace, Gay Hall (captain), Jenner. Kelao, Kerrigan, Leckie, M'Kachara, M'Kean, M'Leod, Morrison, Murphy, Musgrove, Ramsay, Reid, Shaw, Toms, Waugh and Whitelaw.
The following table shows the final returns for the premiership:-
behool .. \. caley College
Members of tho senior eleven of the Melbourne Cricket Club will meet at tho pavilion on Monday
eiiiinc next at half j wat 6, to nominate a representa o to the «election commluco tor tUu cnaulu^
UNIVFRS11V GU1CKST CLUB
Tho fifth annual mtotiiij? of the University Cricket Club was hold on tt.duaiilay last «t Youm. ami Jaiksou a lloitl Ide prc-Ulout (Ur tla>) occupied
thi chair lho ami uni report for the nason I8bSS» , wat Uimtt mouih adopud H stated that dun»? tho paît «Co-gii the tirst _k.«[i plifcj ed nine mat-he., of which tu o »ere won, three wire lost uml four w.ro dranu lhe »uond eiuMi. j>la\ 11 «ino mutches of which tlirce were won four wore lost and two were draw it lho club also oom out a third «lav ea for thu
first time. They pUyed three tua-ches, winnini, two arut one waa drawn lho pruildunts trophv tor lhe hU,liest battliu average in lho Ant elo.mi nu won b} Mr M (.Jold.n.ith who had the line average ot -JJ 10 for eli;ht inning Mr A Q Hubtrt. wasaeoond willi au asúrate ol "Dil for titjit innings Mr \\ It Itob.rti « troph\ fur bow Uni, was won b} Mr U M*Lcau, with an a\ ori_c of -.O-Od runs for lo" wickets
Ur Colquhoun*» tropFn (or b-ttmjf in tho »seo»ii eleven was wou b} Mr 1 L bl mt or, with uuauragu of .33 for BO.on liinliu_t whilo Mr U Grahum «toured the bewlmu: troph} preucutod by Mr Cumum
¡til au avu*go of li 1 tor 11 wlcketa. The lint lo. on beat *.outh Molbounio (tho prenti., r Uaui ot the tjLuaotO ami bt Kilda were beaten bj liaat Met
bou m «, _. ltzro>, au I Itlohmond Ihls tut defeat put them out of the com» utltlu» tor tho Metropolitan Cup, Hie matches with Milllainstouu, Kia cud on Carlton, and Melbourne wuru drawn. The annual Inter Unlurlty otlcket match with S>dno\ Uni
.ratty wa» pliyyod lu Dotembcr ht-t. The team out tho b._L_r coloo\ was a \Lry strong ooin> bmaiiou iudeud, aui tho Mtlbourno loam waa beaton b\ ilvo wluktta. ino ni Pin bers' roll last »uason was
105 \\h_nthdorio .otdl.ipia«. butwecu tho \ C.A and M C U ocüupled »twinIon, tho comuiltUe paesod too follonlntf résolution -
21 ' -he commlUeo of tho UOC, thoiiRh tho> cannot endorso lhe au ion of the M Ut with re«ard to tho di »mi to with the V C A , ha\c, considcrlur tint such autlon wa. taken lu the heit iatere.U ot ciiokct, diüdod th_t their olub should in.cC tho M CCas IKt.toloro in the cricket field
The following ollie*, bearers wore el co tod - Prcsl
duut, Ur >\ It. li »j Mee Drosldcnu-Professora Lylo aud Ucrnot Dr. U li lui, Mr L i1 Cunen, M A , LL.U Committee-Messrs Quirk, Champion, (Jurdon, h. Brookes, h M'Arthur, GoJdsmlth.bhutor, Atkinson, and Hobert. fJcleuate to th« \ L A.-Dr \\ It Ita} Honorar} ScoreUr)-Mr M J Tootie}
MaUh Committee-Messrs Uoldsuilth, vjiilrk, ami llotdoi U-ktattfB to the Uulrornltv Athletic Aaso elation-MeuHN M'Arthur, lirooku., Qjlrk, Gold biuith, und Gordon, lion bco Dtcond Eleven-Mr 11
Irophios were promised b} Urs Ha} aud Laue lands. M est. rd Gotdsuiltti and U U M Uüd
lho SoutUorn Dlttnot C>cilng Club will run with thu IA-mu I lo Club to iiroadni-adowa to day
1 he Melbourne Ulc} otu Club w lit ruu to Uri «li ton to di}
JhoVictorv Club will meet at tho Haymarket at J oclook this aftcrnoou foran impromptu run
Hie Mctorla Itkvolu Club meet at tile iradeahall at li o olock to day for a run to Melton
tho NortUAUh} club will Itavo tho treasury at a quarter to a o dook this of te moon, for a run to Uouiiiv», returning lo morrow
J he tant Mc I bemm. Club w ill run to Keilor to da}. meeting at half past 2 o dock at tho mouumeut
St hilda \ Kew (Third class Trophy),-This match will bu pla) ed to day ou thu st, hilda oourts. Tis} will coi um on co at au «.lock St Kilda I our -Hour* Connell, Hhhmoud. Uorlsion, and liuutlii},''
ti*.i.ûi«im v Albort pat It (third ila.* tropb}) - This mttuh will bo pla}ud tod«) at MaHoni Ibu
din V J and J C Uunlop.
bouth Yarrn. w llolitmlans (first class trophy) - linn match will hu plu>u I ut Soutli \arra this att.r* noon bouth \arra will be ruprvseittod b} Mew* J Cram omi, A Sp ran in-, «U A Paxtou, and S b prague