Information about Trove user: doug.butler

View user profile in the Trove forum

Tags

Display options

top tags

Recent comments

Display options

Text corrections

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,511,092
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,779
3 noelwoodhouse 2,977,368
4 annmanley 2,243,457
5 John.F.Hall 2,206,250
...
82 rosier 410,483
83 woodbruc 409,662
84 suedebyga 409,584
85 doug.Butler 406,029
86 cjbrill 402,598
87 ellarocks 398,008

406,029 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 6,259
May 2017 7,510
April 2017 4,396
March 2017 6,123
February 2017 6,029
January 2017 6,489
December 2016 8,097
November 2016 6,906
October 2016 4,681
September 2016 4,400
August 2016 6,877
July 2016 5,862
June 2016 7,793
May 2016 15,166
April 2016 2,850
March 2016 4,448
February 2016 2,232
January 2016 2,983
December 2015 3,144
November 2015 3,943
October 2015 3,117
September 2015 3,128
August 2015 3,944
July 2015 3,162
June 2015 5,398
May 2015 7,274
April 2015 7,511
March 2015 4,155
February 2015 7,164
January 2015 7,318
December 2014 5,825
November 2014 6,089
October 2014 8,070
September 2014 3,193
August 2014 4,637
July 2014 4,862
June 2014 1,777
May 2014 3,309
April 2014 2,873
March 2014 5,016
February 2014 3,091
January 2014 7,030
December 2013 7,520
November 2013 8,512
October 2013 9,463
September 2013 13,471
August 2013 9,280
July 2013 5,891
June 2013 5,396
May 2013 7,558
April 2013 2,124
March 2013 6,291
February 2013 8,905
January 2013 4,894
December 2012 3,920
November 2012 8,805
October 2012 5,452
September 2012 3,753
August 2012 2,657
July 2012 5,339
June 2012 2,593
May 2012 2,343
April 2012 2,272
March 2012 3,538
February 2012 3,850
January 2012 2,046
December 2011 931
November 2011 3,151
October 2011 2,956
September 2011 3,303
August 2011 2,871
July 2011 3,141
June 2011 2,595
May 2011 5,187
April 2011 5,184
March 2011 2,874
February 2011 3,147
January 2011 442
December 2010 411
November 2010 645
October 2010 1,825
September 2010 1,734
August 2010 540
July 2010 191
June 2010 529
May 2010 2,298
April 2010 1,482
February 2010 43
January 2010 133
October 2009 412

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,511,061
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,779
3 noelwoodhouse 2,977,368
4 annmanley 2,243,387
5 John.F.Hall 2,206,245
...
82 rosier 410,483
83 woodbruc 409,662
84 suedebyga 409,522
85 doug.Butler 406,024
86 cjbrill 402,598
87 ellarocks 397,749

406,024 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 6,259
May 2017 7,505
April 2017 4,396
March 2017 6,123
February 2017 6,029
January 2017 6,489
December 2016 8,097
November 2016 6,906
October 2016 4,681
September 2016 4,400
August 2016 6,877
July 2016 5,862
June 2016 7,793
May 2016 15,166
April 2016 2,850
March 2016 4,448
February 2016 2,232
January 2016 2,983
December 2015 3,144
November 2015 3,943
October 2015 3,117
September 2015 3,128
August 2015 3,944
July 2015 3,162
June 2015 5,398
May 2015 7,274
April 2015 7,511
March 2015 4,155
February 2015 7,164
January 2015 7,318
December 2014 5,825
November 2014 6,089
October 2014 8,070
September 2014 3,193
August 2014 4,637
July 2014 4,862
June 2014 1,777
May 2014 3,309
April 2014 2,873
March 2014 5,016
February 2014 3,091
January 2014 7,030
December 2013 7,520
November 2013 8,512
October 2013 9,463
September 2013 13,471
August 2013 9,280
July 2013 5,891
June 2013 5,396
May 2013 7,558
April 2013 2,124
March 2013 6,291
February 2013 8,905
January 2013 4,894
December 2012 3,920
November 2012 8,805
October 2012 5,452
September 2012 3,753
August 2012 2,657
July 2012 5,339
June 2012 2,593
May 2012 2,343
April 2012 2,272
March 2012 3,538
February 2012 3,850
January 2012 2,046
December 2011 931
November 2011 3,151
October 2011 2,956
September 2011 3,303
August 2011 2,871
July 2011 3,141
June 2011 2,595
May 2011 5,187
April 2011 5,184
March 2011 2,874
February 2011 3,147
January 2011 442
December 2010 411
November 2010 645
October 2010 1,825
September 2010 1,734
August 2010 540
July 2010 191
June 2010 529
May 2010 2,298
April 2010 1,482
February 2010 43
January 2010 133
October 2009 412

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 98,418
2 mickbrook 85,060
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 28,193
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
1171 diggingupmarkcrows 5
1172 DiGillespie 5
1173 DoctorEvil 5
1174 doug.butler 5
1175 Eastover 5
1176 Elmsley 5

5 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 5


Recent corrections

Article Changed Old lines New lines
TO-DAY'S RACES. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 1 January 1870 [Issue No.7221] page 6 2017-06-27 10:47 f sport amongst us than . the fact that in spite
the meetings ordinarily held in tao course of
tae year has been omitted, rao cuatomwy
Steeplechase, and the want of tho usual
to bring forth. The difficulty felt in re
? the right stamp, and would willingly, if they
raw' their way clear, go in for a new Club.
The impediment is not so much the tack of spirit
as the' labour of shaking off the embarrassments
of .the past. What could have happened more
?like.y to place an extinguisher upon racing than
' time when money was scarce and circumstances
calculated to depress everything akin to sports
havo been credited. Unfortunately this sym
but there are good reasons to hope that it -mil
eventually shape itself into a sympathy accom
Ihero can be no controverting the fact that
the rncos, which form an important item iu the
progian.nio of New Year's .Day am iseoient, are
of sport amongst us than the fact that in spite
the meetings ordinarily held in the course of
the year has been omitted, the customary
Steeplechase, and the want of the usual
to bring forth. The difficulty felt in re-
the right stamp, and would willingly, if they
saw their way clear, go in for a new Club.
The impediment is not so much the lack of spirit
as the labour of shaking off the embarrassments
of the past. What could have happened more
likely to place an extinguisher upon racing than
time when money was scarce and circumstances
calculated to depress everything akin to sports-
have been credited. Unfortunately this sym-
but there are good reasons to hope that it will
eventually shape itself into a sympathy accom-
There can be no controverting the fact that
the races, which form an important item in the
programme of New Year's Day am iseoient, are
NEW SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 15 December 1869 [Issue No.7208] page 2 2017-06-27 10:34 XEW SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY
the names ot several genuine sporting men
' The importance of maintaining the reputa
superior character, and the present un
consented to become members of the pro
have no uimculty in piclang out irom
personal interest in thebreedingof good stock,
who, apart from his positive recommenda
a lupin i. tut; iatvumuib Abouxu ul mi; uiu\c
meut depends.
seen that the subscribers to the circular pru
entirely aloof for the present from all ques
Clubs. This, it is quite evident, is a con
like this, such an. advertisement is of the
iirst importance. Our customers may
well be sceptical of our ability to prodnce
low ebb amongst us. It is especially im
under efficient management, is a valuable aid
to the far more important work of horse
out are received, there will be much to *
strangle, and many old scores to be wipedout,
NEW SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY
the names of several genuine sporting men
' The importance of maintaining the reputa-
superior character, and the present un-
consented to become members of the pro-
have no difficulty in picking out from
personal interest in the breeding of good stock,
who, apart from his positive recommenda-
support the favourable result of the move-
ment depends.
seen that the subscribers to the circular pru-
entirely aloof for the present from all ques-
Clubs. This, it is quite evident, is a con-
like this, such an advertisement is of the
first importance. Our customers may
well be sceptical of our ability to produce
low ebb amongst us. It is especially im-
under efficient management, is a valuable and
to the far more important work of horse-
out are received, there will be much to
strangle, and many old scores to be wiped out,
THE TURF. TO THE EDITOR. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Monday 29 November 1869 [Issue No.7194] page 3 2017-06-27 09:58 adopting a piogramme. I was again simple enough
on the Old Adelaide Course ou New Year's Day
I ought to attend the meetiug. So I went, and
adopting a programme. I was again simple enough
on the Old Adelaide Course on New Year's Day
I ought to attend the meeting. So I went, and
THE TURF. TO THE EDITOR. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Monday 29 November 1869 [Issue No.7194] page 3 2017-06-27 09:57 THE TUKF.
TO THE ITT1TTOR.
fif» avnvetl mirnnse nf rpmisritatinc horse raciuif
South Australia was adveitised for the 25th ,
October, and my name among several ethers i
appeared in a local as a promoter of a new Jockey I
Club. I therefore attended the meeting at 8 .
having made a long statement, I moved that a {
not seconded, and as 1 saw none of the gentlemen |
present whose names were published as promoters \
of a new Jockey Club, and it being then nearly 10 j
this meeting 1 was rated by some horsey gent,
signing himself 'Bluegown.
On 20th November Mr. hbenezer Ward called a
adopting a piogramine. I was again simple enough
1 ought to attend the meetiug. So 1 went, and
'that the races be held at Thebarton.' Mr. b.
Ward said 'he had been promised about jEjO, and
Mr. K. AL Bagot, had kindly offered Thebarton
was paid £1,5-AI. it was, therefore, Thebarton
carried by a majority of one, viz^ five for Thebarton
coruse, aud they immediately left the meeting.
if the races were to be held on the Ihebarton
were present at the meeting, and 6ince Mr. Ward's
name has been withdrawn, and another gentle
man's name substituted. 1 know several persons
whose name appeared on Mr. Ward's £%M) list who
and as lhave had 'a peep behind the scenes,'
Souch Australia, must be my excuse for intruding,
THE TURF.
TO THE EDITOR.
the avowed purpose of resuscitating horse racing
South Australia was advertised for the 25th ,
October, and my name among several others
appeared in a local as a promoter of a new Jockey
Club. I therefore attended the meeting at 8
having made a long statement, I moved that a
not seconded, and as I saw none of the gentlemen
present whose names were published as promoters
of a new Jockey Club, and it being then nearly 10
this meeting I was rated by some horsey gent,
signing himself 'Bluegown'.
On 20th November Mr. Ebenezer Ward called a
adopting a piogramme. I was again simple enough
I ought to attend the meetiug. So I went, and
'that the races be held at Thebarton.' Mr. E.
Ward said 'he had been promised about £90, and
Mr. E. M. Bagot, had kindly offered Thebarton
was paid £1,500. It was, therefore, Thebarton
carried by a majority of one, viz. five for Thebarton
course, and they immediately left the meeting.
if the races were to be held on the Thebarton
were present at the meeting, and since Mr. Ward's
name has been withdrawn, and another gentle-
man's name substituted. I know several persons
whose name appeared on Mr. Ward's £90 list who
and as I have had 'a peep behind the scenes,'
South Australia, must be my excuse for intruding,
THE METROPOLIS. Adelaide. January 2. (Article), Southern Argus (Port Elliot, SA : 1866 - 1954), Saturday 4 January 1868 [Issue No.95] page 2 2017-06-27 09:35 I Written expressly, for the Southern Argus.}
im nenferjrs Re aow over, and we are fiurly ? W
launch^ apaa fte Arties, and we may Bay with, j '
emphasis, Die trials of another year. Since my last, .
till New Year's Day noon, we had most extraordinary ?
weather for the season-very little rain, but a doudy
sky, a low temperature, and cold wind. After ?
started on a lakes tripj ltat -had unpleasant expe- ?
themselves back in Adelaide, dull as it in nn
Saturday evening: the settling for the late Thebarton '.
Races took place at the Globe Inn. The proceedings i
were vesy dreary. In old times, and even two or '
three; years' ago, settling night was looked forward .
to- as an occasion of conviviality, and jollity;: but ;
there was very little attempt at joviality on Saturday* ?
night last In fact the Jockey Glub fell dewn in the -
mouth themselves. They know the public is against I
them ;. that their beloved paddock is held in abomi- ?
nation, and that tbey excite disgust by the bull- ?
headedness with which they continue to carry on a .
sport in a most unsuitable and disagreeable locality. .
They profess to care nothing- what the public think :
or feel about the matter -r but where was racing evei ?
carried on successfully without public support. Th- t
performances at tfce Butcher's Paddock are getting ;
poorer every year, and the meetings of the turfites at ;
the Globe are enough to produce melancholia in all I
who attend them.. Paddy Coglin has found cspecia (
delight in the palpable failure of the Just1 sumrnei :
meeting,, and' cahmy awaits the time when tht «
people's course *'aaU be adopted onoe more. The only ?
difficulty is with the debt Mr. Coglin wishes removed I
from his shoulders. To run into debt for- a public i
object, however laudable, with the idea of the public (
getting you out of the scrape, is a dangerous expert ?
ment. In such a-caae as Mr.- Gogiin's^the public arc »
apt, especially in dull times, to ?? adopt an ungenerous i
style ofreasoning, and say— 'The object is gained; ;
the Stand and paddock are there ;. he cannot remove i
them ;: and ; we need not hurry to put our hands in i
our pockets. On New Year's Day the Glub made -
a desperate effort and got up some more races on the -
Thebarton course. There was a larger attendance t
than on either day- of the regular meeting. Tht *
Shorts was won by Fisherman,, against-' Flying Fish r
those being, the only horses- entered. The Nev. r
Year's Gift^-two miles — a handicap, was won by r
Booyoolee, after- a hard irau for it with Medora. The «
Handicap Steeplechase was a. miserable affair. It ;
was hoped that the failure of- the 20th ult. would be- t
forgotteu in the -brilliant success of the steeplechase »-
ob the first day of- the year,, and entries were invited k
up to Saturday. night.. That water-jumpy. however. ,.
deterred ipersons from entering,, and we were obliged *-
to see it confessed -that the sportsmen -of- South Aus
tralia could not bring, oat a horse to take a-4.feet C v
inch bank with fire feet width -of water in front of it. „
Accordingly it was advertised that this formidable -?
Mr. H..W. Peglerte b.m. Brunettei by EucHer
aged, 10 st. (Owner) .... ... . is
Mr. J. Love's e.g. Bed. Deer, aged, 10 at. 4. lbs.
Of this lot all baulked -but Brunette and Unknewcj
who got round, the former winningreasily through.
Unknown taking, the wroug course and having to ?
try back. Nimrod only got as far as the third jump;,
two-rail, fence aud would go no farther;, as easy
would it have been .to get his-owner to take Coglin's
course as to get. Hector to tak&that two raiier..
Such a steeplecuasing 13.1868, in South Australia..
between Lady, of the Lake and Lady, the. formen
Minna -and Mr. Formby's.Backwoodiran, the former,
[Written expressly, for the Southern Argus.]
The holidays are now over, and we are fairly
launch^ apaa fte Arties, and we may Bay with
emphasis, Die trials of another year. Since my last
till New Year's Day noon, we had most extraordinary
weather for the season-very little rain, but a cloudy
sky, a low temperature, and cold wind. After
started on a lakes tripj ltat -had unpleasant expe-
themselves back in Adelaide, dull as it is. On
Saturday evening: the settling for the late Thebarton
Races took place at the Globe Inn. The proceedings
were vesy dreary. In old times, and even two or
three; years' ago, settling night was looked forward
to- as an occasion of conviviality, and jollity;: but
there was very little attempt at joviality on Saturday
night last. In fact the Jockey Club fell down in the
mouth themselves. They know the public is against
them ; that their beloved paddock is held in abomi-
nation, and that tbey excite disgust by the bull-
headedness with which they continue to carry on a
sport in a most unsuitable and disagreeable locality.
They profess to care nothing what the public think
or feel about the matter ; but where was racing ever
carried on successfully without public support. The
performances at tfce Butcher's Paddock are getting
poorer every year, and the meetings of the turfites at
the Globe are enough to produce melancholia in all
who attend them.. Paddy Coglin has found especial
delight in the palpable failure of the last summer
meeting, and calmly awaits the time when the
people's course shall be adopted once more. The only
difficulty is with the debt Mr. Coglin wishes removed
from his shoulders. To run into debt for a public
object, however laudable, with the idea of the public
getting you out of the scrape, is a dangerous expert
ment. In such a case as Mr. Coglin's the public are
apt, especially in dull times, to adopt an ungenerous
style ofreasoning, and say— 'The object is gained;
the Stand and paddock are there ;. he cannot remove
them ; and we need not hurry to put our hands in
our pockets. On New Year's Day the Club made
a desperate effort and got up some more races on the
Thebarton course. There was a larger attendance
than on either day of the regular meeting. The
Shorts was won by Fisherman, against Flying Fish
those being, the only horses- entered. The New
Year's Gift - two miles — a handicap, was won by
Booyoolee, after- a hard run for it with Medora. The
Handicap Steeplechase was a. miserable affair. It
was hoped that the failure of- the 20th ult. would be
forgotte in the brilliant success of the steeplechase
on the first day of the year, and entries were invited
up to Saturday. night.. That water-jump. however.
deterred ipersons from entering,, and we were obliged
to see it confessed that the sportsmen of South Aus-
tralia could not bring out a horse to take a 4 feet 6
inch bank with five feet width of water in front of it.
Accordingly it was advertised that this formidable
Mr. H..W. Peglerte b.m. Brunette by Lucifer
aged, 10 st. (Owner) .... ... . 1
Mr. J. Love's e.g. Red Deer, aged, 10 at. 4. lbs.
Of this lot all baulked but Brunette and Unknown
who got round, the former winningr easily through.
Unknown taking, the wrong course and having to
try back. Nimrod only got as far as the third jump
two-rail, fence and would go no farther; as easy
would it have been .to get his owner to take Coglin's
course as to get. Hector to take that two railer..
Such a steeplechasing in.1868, in South Australia..
between Lady of the Lake and Lady, the. former
Minna -and Mr. Formby's.Backwoodsman, the former,
THE HISTORY OF A RACING FEUD. S.A.J.C. versus A.R.C. in the Olden Days. (For The Gadfly.) (Article), Gadfly (Adelaide, SA : 1906 - 1909), Wednesday 31 July 1907 [Issue No.77] page 11 2017-06-27 08:57 that the history of the Adelaide Rac
Year’s Day. '
to, frivol on the glad New Year, they
would Organize a little meeting of
their own. 1
Ferry, Gabriel Bennett, Georg©
Church, and Doctors Peel and Caw
Some time before this, the celebrat
Victoria Park; and here it was de
Blackler was a boy of fourteen, bat
a precocious knowledge of racing af
fairs ; for the enthusiasts aforesaid de
the A.R.0., although upon the day
duties by John Harvey, from the of
fice of C. J. Coates, the then Secre
Course was secured from the Corpora
Gabriel Bennett, who acted as start
permanently as Secretary; while Wil
liam Bladder, sen., and Seth Ferry
mittee. , ; :
was, in many respects, very success-,
until, after some deliberation, Black
agreed to pay off the club’s liabili
bos of tricks, and carry it on as a
speculation. In this venture h© was
Bladders, father and- son, and Seth
expended on the grand stand and en
bookmaker, had strong' objections to
pacing the ten-guinea fee demanded
ho refused to pay, point blank, and,
pariv, and he decided to go to law.
that rhe terms of the lease did not
and the like, -
defendants £BOO, was the result, and
something like £6OO.
to refer to it as his “£6OO picture.”
Afterwards anew lease was secured,
allowed the lessees to make certain spe
It was just about this time, or short
ly afterwards, that the South Aus
to the fact that the A.R.C. was be
The totalizator had been then in
convenience the S.A.J.C. very great
ly, was a very serious blow for Black
ler and Ferry. It meant fewer meet
they made a counter-move..
the Totalizator Amendment Act, . and
alone of £3,500. <
suit tlie leading spirits in the S.A.J.C.
No doubt, a certain amount of per
Totalizator Act was repealed alto
spite the face. The loss of the totali
S.A.J.C., and they resorted to an ex
Cup and Q-oodwood Handicap were run
at Flemirigion, Victoria !
But Bladder, at least, had the satis
faction of a poetic if hardly satisfy
was Avon by Lord Wilton, a horse bred
by the Way, Avent to Lantern, then
held at Morphettville, the S.A.J.G.
course, while on the Old Course Black
ler and Ferry held occasional meet
ings in order tt> comply with the terms
of their lease. But -the : attendances
stakes dwindled down to very insigni
probably that their rivals were Just
that their own, club was not prosper
With this decision came the mira
out through the worst of it, and hav
Adelaide Racing Club was then form
feud, into which a good deal of per
“triumphed’ 5 to any extent.
any trace of the old feeling exists be
blood 55 and the formation of other
minimize the rivalry, and both qlubs
in the exhibition of personal feuds. <
Football Club. Roberts was a great fol
of the horses finished, all of them failing to negotiate the water-jump pic
that the history of the Adelaide Rac-
Year’s Day.
to frivol on the glad New Year, they
would organize a little meeting of
their own.
Ferry, Gabriel Bennett, George
Church, and Doctors Peel and Caw-
Some time before this, the celebrat-
Victoria Park; and here it was de-
Blackler was a boy of fourteen, but
a precocious knowledge of racing af-
fairs ; for the enthusiasts aforesaid de-
the A.R.C., although upon the day
duties by John Harvey, from the of-
fice of C. J. Coates, the then Secre-
Course was secured from the Corpora-
Gabriel Bennett, who acted as start-
permanently as Secretary; while Wil-
liam Blackler, sen., and Seth Ferry
mittee.
was, in many respects, very success-
until, after some deliberation, Black-
agreed to pay off the club’s liabili-
box of tricks, and carry it on as a
speculation. In this venture he was
Blacklers, father and son, and Seth
expended on the grand stand and en-
bookmaker, had strong objections to
paying the ten-guinea fee demanded
he refused to pay, point blank, and,
park, and he decided to go to law.
that the terms of the lease did not
and the like,
defendants £800, was the result, and
something like £600.
to refer to it as his “£600 picture.”
Afterwards a new lease was secured,
allowed the lessees to make certain spe-
It was just about this time, or short-
ly afterwards, that the South Aus-
to the fact that the A.R.C. was be-
The totalizator had been then in-
convenience the S.A.J.C. very great-
ly, was a very serious blow for Black-
ler and Ferry. It meant fewer meet-
they made a counter-move.
the Totalizator Amendment Act, and
alone of £3,500.
suit the leading spirits in the S.A.J.C.
No doubt, a certain amount of per-
Totalizator Act was repealed alto-
spite the face. The loss of the totali-
S.A.J.C., and they resorted to an ex-
Cup and Goodwood Handicap were run
at Flemington, Victoria !
But Blackler, at least, had the satis-
faction of a poetic if hardly satisfy-
was won by Lord Wilton, a horse bred
by the way, went to Lantern, then
held at Morphettville, the S.A.J.C.
course, while on the Old Course Black-
ler and Ferry held occasional meet-
ings in order to comply with the terms
of their lease. But the attendances
stakes dwindled down to very insigni-
probably that their rivals were just
that their own, club was not prosper-
With this decision came the mira-
out through the worst of it, and hav-
Adelaide Racing Club was then form-
feud, into which a good deal of per-
“triumphed’ to any extent.
any trace of the old feeling exists be-
blood " and the formation of other
minimize the rivalry, and both clubs
in the exhibition of personal feuds.
Football Club. Roberts was a great fol-
of the horses finished, all of them failing to negotiate the water-jump pic-
Sporting. THE LATE AND CO KING RACE MEETINGS. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Saturday 10 June 1876 [Issue No.2263] page 3 2017-06-27 08:43 ' I hardly think the Soutb Australian Jockey.
'Club can grumble st tbe measure-of success
ground would in future ba obtained only on
race or tbe Queen's Hundred but LURLINA; while
1 lead to the post shows that with jnore equality
.selves amenable' to Club law when under
;a great improvement if the entry-book were
' kept near the soales, and the nazne of the jockey
weighs out. In case of any dispute the CZub
I would thus have much more satisfactory evidence
; than by the Clork of the Scales taking the names
> and weights on bis card, whioh. he may lose at
:any moment; and'lusinfonnatiqn about riders
: and overweights is of- eetiodehfole importance
ito the outside public," it would be well
Ithat tfoat Aietbld be made to : accompany
Ithe names-~of ~ -horses ~ when put up.
|More care, I .(.think,' might. be displayed
{in reference to scratched horses, so that the
.public may not.be misled by the name of ahorse
'scratched being pot up immediately, before the
[raoe, as was the case two or three times during
.the meeting. But these little matters are all
•capable of easy remedy, and as the Secretary at
ia meeting has much to bother aud worry him it
jis not stall to be wondered at that a few hitches
jahould oocur. It has been pointed- out In 'the
:Register and Observer already that some addi-
ItioB&l accommodation ought to be provided by
jthe Railway Company to prevent accidents from
j
j
. In going to Mr. Bennett's stable the Cup went
Eider was the donor it would have been gratifying
; Financially the meeting was much more sui-
<?es8ful than the May Meeting of 1875, which it
!
j
j
i
j
j
£118. In 1875 tbe booths sold for £167, and
to be pdded for the last day of the late meetin?,
races amounted to £54. and this vear it was
F07.
, The Sprina- programme I hear is shortly to be
$rawn up. Would it not be well for the Club to
mclude a big handicap just to set against the
qracks could be attracted by that means, the
I GANG FORWARD.—It was thought that the
that blood, was sire of Te3dington, : Zayder
a daughter of Orlando—dam of Proto-Mart>r
by tbe way—owns a colt in Petraroh that
has won the Two - Thousand, ^and may have
won tbe Derby, besfde's having fiold for £10,500.
•But we do not need, to look to his family for
well himself. While he has Tseen on the turf—
aiid he was in training till he went on board ship
Derby, which was won by Doncaster, wo^ the
Aecot Derby and the St. James's Palace Stakes,
beat MaraviUa by three lengths in the Craven
five-year-old, to the 9 st. 7 lbs. of thewinnei,
' I hardly think the South Australian Jockey.
Club can grumble st the measure-of success
ground would in future be obtained only on
race or the Queen's Hundred but LURLINA; while
lead to the post shows that with jnore equality
selves amenable' to Club law when under
a great improvement if the entry-book were
kept near the soales, and the nazne of the jockey
weighs out. In case of any dispute the Club
would thus have much more satisfactory evidence
than by the Clork of the Scales taking the names
and weights on bis card, whioh. he may lose at
any moment; and'lusinfonnatiqn about riders
and overweights is of considerable importance
to the outside public," it would be well
that that should be made to accompany
the names-~of ~ -horses ~ when put up.
More care, I think, might be displayed
in reference to scratched horses, so that the
public may not.be misled by the name of ahorse
scratched being pot up immediately, before the
raoe, as was the case two or three times during
the meeting. But these little matters are all
capable of easy remedy, and as the Secretary at
a meeting has much to bother aud worry him it
is not stall to be wondered at that a few hitches
should occur. It has been pointed- out In 'the
Register and Observer already that some addi-
tional accommodation ought to be provided by
the Railway Company to prevent accidents from
In going to Mr. Bennett's stable the Cup went
Elder was the donor it would have been gratifying
Financially the meeting was much more suc-
cessful than the May Meeting of 1875, which it
£118. In 1875 the booths sold for £167, and
to be added for the last day of the late meeting,
races amounted to £54. and this year it was
£107.
The Spring programme I hear is shortly to be
drawn up. Would it not be well for the Club to
include a big handicap just to set against the
cracks could be attracted by that means, the
GANG FORWARD.—It was thought that the
that blood, was sire of Teddington, Zuyder
a daughter of Orlando—dam of Proto-Martyr
by the way—owns a colt in Petrarch that
has won the Two - Thousand, and may have
won the Derby, besides having sold for £10,500.
But we do not need, to look to his family for
well himself. While he has been on the turf—
and he was in training till he went on board ship
Derby, which was won by Doncaster, won the
Ascot Derby and the St. James's Palace Stakes,
beat Maravilla by three lengths in the Craven
five-year-old, to the 9 st. 7 lbs. of the winner,
THE QUEEN'S HUNDRED. TO THE EDITOR. (Article), South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1867), Saturday 15 August 1863 [Issue No.264] page 3 2017-06-27 01:02 over, being a member of the Adelaide jockey Club.
James, who is of course greatly interested in the The
to the re-establishment t-f the old Course should Mr.
Coglin carry his1 point. The present Club should be
above lettiag petty jealousy actuate them to prevent
Assembly, it is [to be hoped that those who read this
being runior on the old Gourse, where more persons
the Butchers' Course if they will ; but let the Ade
over, being a member of the Adelaide Jockey Club.
James, who is of course greatly interested in the The-
to the re-establishment of the old Course should Mr.
Coglin carry his point. The present Club should be
above letting petty jealousy actuate them to prevent
Assembly, it is to be hoped that those who read this
being run for on the old Course, where more persons
the Butchers' Course if they will ; but let the Ade-
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY, APRIL 15. (Article), South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1868 - 1881), Saturday 18 April 1868 [Issue No.506] page 9 2017-06-27 00:33 Mr. Thomas Ryan's b.m. Eegalia, 3 yrs.,
Mr. Thomas Ryan's b.m. Regalia, 3 yrs.,
THE PROPOSED MINISTERIAL VISIT TO THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. TO THE EDITOR. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Saturday 26 November 1881 [Issue No.5,370] page 3 2017-06-27 00:29 Holland has been for some time known in cou
last-instructions with respeet to the disposal of
" that he was to be burled uuder the stairs of his
houBe, and by a clergyman of the Church of
body buried in unconssarated ground, and con
Holland has been for some time known in con-
last instructions with respect to the disposal of
that he was to be burled under the stairs of his
house, and by a clergyman of the Church of
body buried in unconsecrated ground, and con-

Recent merge/splits

WhenSummaryCommentDetails

Read the merging and splitting guidelines.

Your lists

No lists created yet

Information on Trove's new list feature can be found here.