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CRICKET JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

CRICKET JOTTINGS. (By 'RAMBLER.' ) Tho Combined Country v. Metropolis was ? hardly us lnlcreeting as last season's match. , The visitors, with twelve men, failed badly in their first innings. Thomas Andrews and 11. Dupaln being too Kood l'jr them. They made a go-oil bowling combination, the. one slow, the other with a good deal ot pace. The Metropolitan men, halting brightly. HUiciilv heftue.l the vlslturs' total. '1\- jiiuk. by thu way iu « nifh they shaiied. nonie .1. tue batallleli were evidently ilesil.nis ul seems tiK l)i ji came on the ninlu grouiiu. The Country players appeared hopelessly beaten on Kridny. Uhi.-k 15 runs In arrears, witii six wlekets dawn. In the sp.ond Intilnts.-.. but t-. Honeysettu nnd It. Mlllaril. on Sauiril-vy batted with a comi Menl 01 li.illliy, uml with inch nwid i-O'eet Hint the IT.y were Riven 11 to win. Vliest- they oblulncd tor Ha- lo«-i 01 tnl-eo wlcketa. It cannot be Bnld that the test was on th» whole. cntiBfuclory. In fail, ub a in.an:; of Ul...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF MR. PICKERNELL. FAMOUS CROSS-COUNTRY RIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

DEATH OF MR. PICKERNELL. FAMOUS CROSS-COUNTRY RIDER. The death occurred on November 20. at Kln^i Heath, near Birmingham, of Mr. Thomas Plcker r.ell, well known at one of the most accom plished crofs-country riders of his day. Mr. Plckcraell was born at Shrawley, Wor cestershire, in 1834. His father owned a fe-T ' -.horoughbrets. and at the age of three T4m Was ..f hl.i rssi- on horseback. While at Chelteri i-.-.m College he played truant one day in order lo ::ee. at Prestbury Perk, a race between Hol rraD, on Sir Peter l.awley, and Sam Darlids. en Oscar, the latter scorlts by a neck. On leaving school he joined the Royal Engineers, and went, to Taiimaaia, but left the Army in cre'er to devote more time to riding. He had Ilia first public roo-jr.t iu Tasmania, also his irilial win, add during his stay In the island hi won some sixty races. So successful was ho II. at n petition w'a3 prepared I'equestini; the aniateiir to cease hU pleasure in tile saddle ; lo w'aa, to the dorument rec...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AMONG THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

AMONG THE JUNIORS. (By 'RAMBLER.') The principal matter ertgaginn the attentlos ot the Junior Union In the destination of ti» Martin Shield. The final between Western Suburbs und Parrauiatla In to take place qa Anniversary Day. - The Catholic Younr Men's Secleties of New South Wales und VlctorU met at Melbourne on f.jlurday, thr.vjstior« tielnp; th_- vkto.rp. ? These i-untests commrnced about lour ypstr« nso for 11 handfomc shield donaird by Mr. W. .V. Bull, a prominent .Newtown sportsman. ?Mm it-nniiv will lie sp.-ured bv the State win nlns five out of nine games. New South Wal«3 har, now won three and Victoria two.. If Iho recent game had brrn played put .a local win wa,, probable. The victors scored »4 and IIS. and the home learn 7D. and 62- lor two wickets, thus 'rcquirlnc 7- for vlctftry, with eight wlekets in hand, jvhen 'time'. arr.lycd, and New South Wales won the first Innings.^ . . B0W1.1NG-WICKET-KEEPIXO HAT TRICK-. For Xcwlown Congregational against EotaBT Blue Star, in ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SAILING BLUE RIBBON TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

'sailing j ' © By 'FREE-SHEET.' (y BLUE U1BB0X TO-DAY. ? The blue ribbon event of -Australia In the 18 fooler class will be milled this afternoon. In this Messrs. Bennett Bros, and Tomllnson'a hums.. with Mr. !?-. Thomas' Wcntaiin, the prer sent 'holder of the cup. will represent West Australia, while Mr. R Coloman's Clilonlnl and Mr. i.. Clarke'H Vanity will do nlmlliir service for Queensland.,. The. X.S, Walca reprcscnlntivcs are:— Australian. Kismet. Ar.'lnc, nnd Pastime. Tho-raccs will he sulled over tho usual Sow nn.l PigB^coursc, nnd the start will hi. mnii.1. iim itv«.. dug systonii. tho ir.mpetltors having to deal the llno'on the starboard tack. The prlj-.es ur'u: -nFire:. ioO.und challeiigo cup, the g|fia of j|,-. Murk- 1'oy, nnd pennant; second UK. nnd third £10. In'addl'lfnn to tin-He Mr. W..ir«n will pre sent ;ii two-aulnuH picture 10 the nwnrr of Hie llrsl- of 'lho. visiting boats to. reach home. As advertised, the stenmers Kulgoa. Korce. and Lady Raw-son will follow th...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AMONG THE GRADE CLUBS, [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

AMONG THE GRADE CLUBS- The grade games in Sydney will be rMum«J tOMlnr when lire ^th -round ln-th-? -First Grade will be eon.luded. North Sydney, having won out ilirhi on the nrst day, against ..Middle Harbour, will nil in the afternoon with a contest with Cordon, who have the bye. The Shoremen or i.rct to put their best eleven Into the field, ani Victor Trumpr-r and probably C. G. Macartnoy w'.lV appear for Gordon. -. ? ' ' The I'nlvernlty team will try for »? threo-polnt -In at Petersham. They scored 101 and Pet ersham II nnd m for one wicket on the flr--: . i'!-y. Their prnsp.-eli of winning outright - aru good, more parlln.lnrly If n. .LA. MaEsle bowla ns ably aa he did against Clem Hill and Co.. -on Tuesday. \, ' nedfrrn are in a similar voMtlsn to the 'Var r.'ty. with the same goal to r-ach.. They dlj 1-e.ped nf Ilalmaln for SI' rnd responded with 30« for eight wlekets. On the hard wicket to-dry Hnlmaln will probably do much belfc thsn.jn the first day, hut even so. Ihey will,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

CBICKET SAT BEPAIBS. ..'??? OAIi OK. ?? ' WSJf iff A f® -Ul» Bit Rspalwr *1 At 57 King St Arcade, (Over J. Pe»»oa'«.) .'-. . ''.' TEWNI8 BACOyCT REPAWfiS, ^QW^^

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CRICKET AND CRICKETER INTERSTATE GOSSIP. GRADE AND JUNIOR NOTES. SHEFFILLD SHIELD VICTORY Thrilling Batting. TRUMPER, MACARTNEY, BARDSLEY, AND BARBOUR ARE THE HOME STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

CRICKET AND CRICKETER INTERSTATE GOSSIP. BY 'GULLIVER.' GRADE AND JUNIOR NOTES. SHEFFILLD SHIELD VICTORY Thrilling Batting. TRUMPER, MACARTNEY, BARDSLEY, AND HARBOUR ARE THE HOME STARS. The return match with South Australia re gains tor New- South Wales somo of the prcs tlgo lost on the December ;tour to Adelaide, and Melbourne. The South Australians are a stroiiR And most attractive team, and to beat them by over SO runs woe a very good performance. It may be years before we aro afforded a treat In batting of similar class to that Blv.cn In thU match, ami particularly on Friday und .Saturday, ?when Charles Mncartncy ami Victor Trionpor .wore the. kins pins. If you were not there, con sider that your store of mc.raorien In cricket iias been deprived of something very rich. Macartney has twlca compiled two separate hundreds in a. match, and the records might welt have been vurlcheil by a third achievement of the kind,. though his second. Innings of !-r, ,|i,i not comprise Mich a succ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SOME QUEER INCIDENTS BATSMAN'S BOOT HEEL FALLS OFF AND HITS WICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

SOME QUEER INCIDENTS B-\TSMAN'S BOOT IIKKI, FALLS OFF AND HITS WK.'KKT. In the Combined Country v. Metropolis match, I am Informed that the hie! of a Country baLs man'H boot fell of! :nhlle he was strlklnc ami. coming in contact with the wicket, dislodged a ball. If this occurred while lie was In Ihe net of striking at the bail the batsman would be out. I remember a batcmau bcins given out on Moore I'ark many years ago I. 'muse while in the act of playing back to defend his wlrkel his eap dropped off ami dislodged a hall. When Albert Ward was batting (or Lancashire 'against Derbyshire In .luno. ISH!'. a splinter broke oft his bat mill knni-k.'d. ofl a ball, and he wai given out 'hit wlekel.' DOWI.ING KOUNO Till-: WICKET. 'A Junior' writes asking me It It Is likely to prove useful In vary bis utlii.-k by bowling round the wicket o.-.aslunully. It certainly is, and I am surprised In s'e sn many howlers in llrst-elam erli-kel who Imbitually bowl over the wicket n. ver by any iii.-ans I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

SPORTS SPECIAUSTS. MCMILLAN DEERY & CO. LTD. ? open'frioay night Till*' a; i*.m, ' SYDKEY SPORTS DEPOT (opp. Hotel' Austrtlla). 38 Caetlareosh Street Sydney ,

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BALMAIN AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. 10th Round January 18 and 25. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

BA1..MAIX AND IIISTP.l' T \SSOCI.\'I'H.IX. . lOill Htni:id-.l.:illiT--: 1^ Mid .''.. .\ CIS Kill-:.— -l. .Irln's i:lel-i- A V. l.ti.-.llMld: Hill. I'.uji N'. 2. II. .Mailin .mil .1. Ilik.-r; li. icrni'Tn |i.icl.i.'.id 1. llolnniiii li.nuli!r:--, I'a.-li'ii I'.r'.. A. i:. niemun and W. Tliji-k. lav; I'l.n.u'd ll.lin.;* \. Ann.-.a. d.ile. 1 .mul Nil. 1. W. itindei ai. I II. rt'i|.'..n; II M:\l-l-:.--.\mi::r..;.ilc '1'ru.ilsar v. l.vi--'ili mlf O.d... r-:nl X'. .'., \V. IIiikk ,'iid -). M 1 -.1 n : I'iu' Hoik. .. i:. l-uiln Ma.i-.Hle, Kiic II, e!i N '. I. A. I.,.., -ly iri.l Jl. M.-j-le; A-l-tle'd .--»li.-Mi \. I.dchlii1'dt (Vniral, Cum! \'. '. J. i:l..nii1!e mul II. i:li:m-ii!e; l.iii-iili.iriU 1Vni I'.'.h .:ed llrll'Rf lir -e.h.ne the I-. ei. I' I.IIMIK.- *l. I'.-d.-.- \. lliiin.in l-i-di'.-.i!, I'm llodc X'. '.'. A. .Mi-KiitI.iii.' . lid .1. I.1-: Si. t'.inl. ». l.i(li!i:'rd; .uii'.'ll-'l'i'ml'Vla',-,';'';. Si'. .L.'in.'. I ;if '.'.':? '|!' ( a'n.il %\ 1, r. .'.-.li:-- and A. IM'.v....

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NORTH SYDNEY [?] ASSOCIATION. January 18 and 25. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

. . NOnill ,SVL'M,V lillliiiJ ASSOCUTIOX. [?] A i;i;.M3I:.— Klrr-lilll \. nillruah'—, N.i-th Svdnev i'u| -'J. 'i.lin,ic.:c ,n'l liiirduii'; l.ai.e .'o.' 1. Wen i.ii. lammpif- N\ !, il'-.uruen and lie.in; N..i. li.-'.::ule v. Uocd lnlif.f M.l..'. Sji'e:lllHdn' So'. '1, Kclh '' P. IJli.ClJK.— Ojr.im v. ifalnwlih, 'llilewUli; thin ,ie-..i Archer v. lUpt'.il. Itauehanm i'jrk, Buckingham r.d T. HukcII; Millovigbbj- U y. JViUc«hby V'oot l'..r.rr-. Willo'iRhl..' l'.-.rk. T.rrMI and lir.ec-.t-s: Scatril INi- v -i| ateiiiimi, Wirlnv l'«ik. Mmiers and lurne., ? 'ri.-V Ch'urTl ' v. l'ricl. iiiitl lile^Mleinnur,, No 2. ,m'-° No - iL iLd i'i'trict v. llo-id lillcat ll.l.. !s.,c;.-.lmrn V... :. '1 c:«-iwrti.l and Bliss:,.

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CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. Tenth Round of Matches ([?] of Re-draw), January 18 and 25. "A" Grade—First Division. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

. -i'vti'vvivi. l'Allli ASiJCIATIOS-. Tenth llrund 'if Matib.-r, C.-:.-jt ot Ue-draw), 'A' lirjdp— Viral Division. .«urr.-v Iniled v. Anira Uinlbler', -No. 1. Lrr.piru. cur'!v''l 'nllrV'-lV'''' OilMilal.. Nj. 7. D. Kron -nd (ilaiiimii ''?' Stun.laril, No. :). 1'. Murphy and P. J. h°r''' 'A' C.-.ide-Xo. 2 Division ornya v. Y.M.C.A., .Nu. S. V. A. Anil.'ism and J. ?rr'imwl.'y'Work-i v. (iladstonc, No. (. K. Cabblum and W. l'fiddy. '11 ' lirade— No. 1 Division. KdseclllI .jiinlers v. l.illle CooRep. Nu. tl. T. Kent anl WoClla'll'ra' '/iibtrt v. tilemvood. Ne. 5. K. HaivkilM and Petie! v.' Puling'*. Nn. -'. D. Halley an.l I. Hart. i:ti'-hi iitteri Bay v. tiuruons, .no. 11. J. nuui «n«i «*? I'jNit. El.iinne v. Standard 'M,' No. J. K. Hodjc and S. i'utfett. . 'II' (irade— Xo. -2 Division. Mii-I; Sininiona v St. .Hlm'J, No. II. Mrain. P. Jl. tolien and 1'. Mnllltt. While lli.i^e v V.S1.C.A. 'n.' No. 10. A. (Jmr and S. Jlerriek. Adelaide v. Jlarylelone, Xo. 13. (i. ScllnM! and II. S.S. 'rii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

The PILCHERS COME, WRITE, OR WIRE TO KENSINGTON TO-DAY DOING BUSINESS ON ALL RACES AT WARWICK. Challenge and Anniversary Double. Newmarket and Australian Cup, Doncaster and Sydney Cup. Do a 'Final' and win a Tenneri Toll every friend, too — give theiYl all a chance. It's so simple 1 Full particu lars In this- Issue. ? — ._.?.-?,,

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V.A.T.C. RACES. SATURDAY. JANUARY 18. HAWTHORN HURDLE RACE—2 miles 51 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

V.A.T.C. RACES. SATURDAY. . JANUARY 18. HAWTHORX UL'RDLE RACE— 2 miiM 81 yards. « II. it lb Home Itnle ? 11 7 Hd;;c ? 10 3 Lord Desmond .. .. 11 J Drcwer's Cr--Jtal .. 11 13 WjIIjI ? 11 1 Larrakia ? 0 0 'Celtic Moore .. .. 10 7 Ci-It ? ? .. ..DO Donnw .. .. '.. .. 10.J Wcenobah ? D 0 KOAKARUtU TRIAL ISpedal Welgh^)— 4 lurlohn. Palsllc (Inc. 71b p.) S t 'Ideal Qiicen .. .. T 4 Uforjrettf (inc. 71b 'St. Tano ? 7 4 'pen.) ? 6 1 rCarrawav ? 7 4 FiKhtlnc llob (inc. 'Master Bobbv,. .. 7 4 101b pen.) ....S3 'Posadena ..'?.. ..74 Tormorc (inc. 71b -Klcuna ? 7 3 pen.) ? '. S 0 ?l.och J.'alt.. ..' ..7 3 Kurrrah (inc. 71b 'Qit«n- Challenirir 7 0 pen.) ? SO 'Coolamatoni- .... 7 0 | Sldera ? 7 II ?Parrakcllva .. .. 7 0 ! Mfco. Mrllnn ? 7 7 'Aerial gucrn.. ..7 0 'Herd lj:d ? 7 4 'T^ifntr ? 7 0 j ?Petronelle .. ..' .. 7 I 'OhMer .. .' '.'. '.'. s 7 Mlambnrr, P.e:lo .. 7 i 'Portnahaven .... a 4 ?Jx.r.1 Jlolman.. .. 7 I * ? Claims .71b maiden allowance. ANNIVERSARY HANDlCAP-l mile 3 lurlong*. (iosrd...

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TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

TURF GQSSIP © t Br 'THE SCOUT.' ^ © Warwick farm this afternoon, .Abo a pony and galloway mcctlDg at Ken sington ; While Melbourne racegoers will be catered lor ty the V.A.T.C. nt Caulflcld. The largest racing establishment In Europe Is maintained by .llrssrs. C. and A. Wcmbcr, tile Uerlln dye manufacturer? The Victorian owner-trainer E. A. Connolly hnR contradicted ,i rilmr.r to (he olipct lh:ir he Intends vlsltinc England hi the Immediate (uture. It Is staled that Wyalln. v.-ho won the New Year Handicap in Maitiand on Saturday Ia»t. has boon 21 times nm-i-rssiul in 41 starts, and only unplaced five time*-. Mr. J. Wood, the Newcastle J.C. starter, was requested tn art for tho Armldale J.C. nf\: month (writ rs our representative), owing to tt-.' illness of the local -jffirl.il, but had to dccUs?. as he could not tct away. Themla was at last produced and sent o-i'. favorlto for the first division of the H.O Ha^i cap at Ascot on Wednesday, and. though h-a'.-?-! out of a place, demonst...

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SWIMMING. (NOTES BY CECIL HEALY CONTINUED FROM OUR FRONT PAGE.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

SWIMMING. (NOTES BY CECIL HEALY CONTINUED FROto OUR FRONT PAGE.) Talk about 'coming back to Mother Earth'— poor old Len McCarthy reckons 'it's not the fall that hurts, it's the- sudden stop.' No one has worked harder or more conscientiously than this self-same Len lo slve the public who at tend our carnivals a run for their money, and he did not deserve iho talc that betel him on Saturday, and. ot course. a6 far ai that goes, neither did Stevenson. There is no doubt ihc Association has had very ill-luck with the Wednesday night carni vals. a« far as tho weather Is concerned. I think I am right In saying that it has rained on every occasion ih-.-y have been held to far. There seems always to be a great deal of dis satisfaction over tin- question as to what really ? Un-s constitute a lPBitiinaio brcuEt stroke. Here is one ease in point. A te-w years bae-k Snell, of Mosman, was sent over lo Melbourne as one of this State's ropro^ut-'.lvos lu compete lu the Australasian i-harapionshipu....

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ATHLETIC GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

ATHLETIC GOSSIP O- ® Br 'MENTOR.' .) c Tho St Patrick's Day spnrtf committee has araln drawn up an attractive and varied pro Eramme for mc»bfr» of .he S..S. ^l^ Hat ot events. Last year th ? U'.yds hurdles I'd one mile running , hamplonshlps were do cided at this meeting, but undvr the existing rules ot th,. Association is Ii Impossible to in rhido n championship upon this oi-cnslon : thui all tho items arc uandUnps. A- In past years, the important race will bo ihe C.irdinul's Cup. over mo yards, for which the priz.'s will be £6. £?!. and £1. This, fe the event so many amateurs .*trlve to win, many r.llov.lnc other races, which carry almost as. l.il co i priz-' to pass, with a view to serurlns Ihc hie .vorn. The sprint handliapper has usual-. 1-. a proiilom before him In adjusting the »IK.3 (or this rai-e. knowing oy oxp ?rlence th.i thl.- l« Iho rate fnr which a number of tho sprinters specially prepare, and at times remarkable reversals o; form aro displayed. The oth»r events arc ...

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KENSINGTON RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. MAIDEN HANDICAP—5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

KENSINGTON KACES. SATURDAY, J.O.TARY 18. MAIDEN HANDICAP— a (urlonn. Ro»c Tttk ? S 13 Circular.. .. 7 7 Tivilch ? 8 10 Oihier .. .. '.. .. 7 7 Pinnrc (1. E.I..II.) 8 7 U.I.I Mark ? 7 7 flower Ctrl .. .. S .', .Kin .. ? ? 7 7 V.'«lliiiB(ord ? S 3 l^rd Plj\1ul.. .. 7 : Lady Mcdan .. .. !- J Deri*:. .'. ? 7 7 MilBah ? 8 ?? TnKtwcrthv ..7 7 Lupilite ? .s i fo«in.. ...... .. T 7 .Silver Ray ? S 0 Sir AlUn ? r r Ycra Hreolt ? » 0 Plitflrld ? : 7 Willeroy ? 7 1:| Dtllrlte ? 7 7 Tat ? 7.13 Swanbmok ? 7 7 Broaxic ? ? T.1.1 Willlo -!cn- ? ,77 Illue Bov ? 7 II Id» T. .. .... '.. ; ; SunnyJIm- ? 7'U' scot'-h Xnf ..''.. .. 7 7 Orphan Coy .. .. 7 11 Borre liova ? :. : ; Mylott ? ,. 7 0 Mliultic ' ? r : FLYING HAV.1ICAI'— j; (urlon;.. Drnpftitcil ,(Yic.)...8» Redlouni ? 112 CLirtrce ? 8 IS Hay Doiuld .. .. .. : II ?Miliriro ? s 11 I.orelfy ? 7 II Invcrcll ? 8 7 f-imnla ? r n Dorcnia ? 8 5 Kit* Men- ? 7 pi Mill Query (Vj,:.).. g | Xrrmjnton ? 7 7 Whlipcr' ? s ?! Pcrherou ? 7 7 (Jlltter ? s in Pimt....

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WARWICK FARM FACES. SATURDAY. JANUARY 18, 1913. FLYING HANDICAP. (To start at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

WARWICK FARM FACES. - SATURDAY. JANUARY 16, 131S. FLYING HANDICAP. . ? .' (To »tJrt at 2.10 n.m.) I A handicap of 75 sow; iccond horw 10 »ovs, «nd third hone a mjv... frcm Uic prize. 6 furlonsr!. it lb JJr. .J. P. No!an-i li m MALT MARY. «-ra .... 0 3 Mum*. Cooric and KimoaV br c ItEMKVO. 3yr« . . t 2 Major Claude .'?mith-» Ij or b: m MILFOIL. «.'' . IS llr. 'John MjndcrV br or blk KIOItKNTIXA, t-r» 7 IV. Mr. C. rrrtourkc1!! cb m MON1E. -yr- ? 7 7 Mr. D. U. Scatcn'i b c 1IELLAIIA. 3vri ? 7 «! ! Sir. V. T. Christian's b I KENTUCKY O1M. I (imp.). 3yii ? ' s, i Mr.''J. BirkV blk c Cl'MLU. 3»r» ? * 1 Mr. G. M. Farnt's ch in L'AREKL. 3yr» ? 7 3] Mr. W. E. noitcrlll's b ;: MAMIKfR. 4yn ', ... 7 3 Mr. T. Joseph1* br m PE.VSA-T. aired ? .' ..7 2 Mr. J. E. O-BrlcnS b in 1'EROSFJ.LA. 4yr» .... 7 2 Mr. 'K. S. *tU«IV br t TTPPI.K. 3yr« ?? ?? 7 0 Mr. W. D. Thomp'on'i ch -? W.MIMAN. 3yr« .... 8 9 Mr. 'H. Bolton'B:1 rVm AYR Olltl.. 4yr. ? « ' Mn-. T. I.eonarils li I COROXVIA. ::yni ? « 7 Mr. E. E....

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