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VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

VIClORl A PARK. Thutvljv. Iho gra^s tracks were open ai usual tld» n.tirnlug, but ♦ thnv were no ob^tdclc.H on thr toiu.-i* proper. CadsnU u-eil tills rink, und put in pace work. Tipple tpurtvd iialf a iiil c in 51*i'c, wbile Si-urn ran fl\c furlongs in rvi'ii tune. Il.illuwiuas {r.iliuptil. Nn pulled utf up thj tunning. Tofua oi-cupftMl in rimning halt a tnile. hiMitlock ami i.arcllc work-v| hmhiIU. On the ihiddb- gra« (!ninti- . Primo Lack an! ( urcriit.i di.-p'-.«ei| nf tut in I.Jtl *. ^yl\*an «Ur s«it ovor half a mile r.i»ih in 'Malt H!o* live fcrlongs occupied l.-.' traterwd half a mile in .*l«.-e. Po:np:rey iti-i MuSapliu reoletl off b.r: a ini!e in 5i«e^. - « --i \ir -p'iniel hilt a nule in ?Vm'.. Allin^amite'a tH'k o\ turlonys in even i,:m\ Irritition ran ttve jurlrnz* on the tan in l.t. JV.lt 'trian rielcd ot! half a ut;V in Others to p-:t in pice work were Cr.\u rh.f'. Carw-ni%, Mlia l.ti;: :, lite \ ictori j , 'finglr, and Happ- Mii?.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

The New South Wales Rugby League Invite* tenders for oupply of motul enamelled season tirket? for 1913. Apply Mr. U. R. LiirltlD, 164 1 ritt-strcct.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SPRINGBOKS' THIRD LOSS. SWANSEA REMAINS UNBEATEN SHOW SUPERB DEFENCE IN THE [?] WELSH CROWN SINGS MERRILY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

SPRINGBOKS? THIRD LOSS. SWANSEA Remains unbeaten SHOW ol'PERB '^DEFENCE IN -THE StUSH. WELSH CROWD SINGS MERRILY. (BY .'AN OLD SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYER'— IN THE 'DAILY EXPRESS.') Swansea preserved their undefeated record on tho St. Helens ground on Boxing Day, and In flicted tbe third defeat of the tour, on- thc Springboks . by 1 try. to nil, under conditions which* rendered scicnUfic Rugby out o£ the question. So much rain had fallen that bis stretches of turf were under water, and within live minutes of the start not only was the ball sodden, but the players were mo covered with mud that.lt was frequently difficult to separate friend from foe cxcept at dose quarters. The driving light rain which swept across the ground at Intervals contributed to make the conditions thc most depressing imaginable for footballers j and spectators. And yet this did not deter Wales from pro viding thc largest atteudance of the lour, there being about oS.OflQ spectators present from every ccntre in South ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TURF GOSSIP ROSEBERY RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1 [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

TURF GOSSIP © « Br 'THE SCOUT.' © I ROSEBERT RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY t. (By 'THE SCOUT.') v ? NOVICE HANDICAP : Kirit Division : ' , MY MO or PAISLEY. / Second Division : ? & HALSCOT or PICKETT. Pt.YINO HANDICAP: RAMBLE ? - r yr Fltz-Mcrv ....»?».?? -? ?* ' ' Clarence ? ?— — ? FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP I ' THS RIGGING ' -« ? * Strlxla ? ? - ?? ?? ~ ;? v-;£ Mlmcr Lass .. *7- * ? J: '! THIRTEEN-THREE HANDICAP ; HONKy.MUU.- .? ~ ~ - . ,V Fusilier ? ? — — ? ? ?? ?? - My Dove ? ? 3 ROSEBERY HANDICAP : ' WHISPER ? ? ? ? J - lnvcrcll ? ? ? ' a Horace ? ? ?? ? ? ~ — ?» FOURTEEN HANDS HANDICAP : :';of firebell :. .. .. - .. i :-$ Roso Came ... .. ?? »? ~ — 2 My Pcssy ?? — « 3 'if ^ FOL'RTEE.V-TWO HANDICAP ; ; V$1 DOMINION or MISS FIELD. i p ? : — : ? -. !jp| Roschlll to-day ; first race. 2.15 p.m. „ 5$ - Also a meeting at Rosebery, where li ?tart '?$8 will be made at 2 p.m. v n ' 1 — ; — w Thus an American sportlne paper: 'If your *i$ stallion Is not worth advertising, advertise him f ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE VICTORY OF FELTON. A WORTHY SUCCESS OR TO HARRY PEARCE AS AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

THE VICTORY OF FELTON. A WORTHY SUCCESSOR TO HARRY PEAKCE AS AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION. Felton's race with Charlie Towns last Satur day stamped him ns a fine sculler, worthy t«') ruceecd Pearco. Towns showed he had good pace for the mile, but hc could not outpace hU heavier rival for a greater dietancc. When Felton ean demonstrate that ho can shake off d man who is with hiin and tackles him persis tently at the two miles, hc will .not be far from world's championship honors. Ho has bad a few days away from thc boat, but has again settled down to work for his race with Jim Paddon a fortnight hence. Pad don was an interested spectator last Saturday, Tut was not dismayed by thc result. Harry Floyd has succcedcd in making thc big Evans Riv*r man a lot freer in his movements, bat whether the alteration in his rigging is for tbe best time alone can prove. At any rata, on Saturday's showing, if Paddon can -boat Fel ton be should have a very bright future before hiax. Both of the scullers are doi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROWING AMONGST THE AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

? ROWING © By 'AQUA.' © I AMONGST The amateurs. Honley-on-Lane Cove this afternoon and even ing. The funetlon will be similar to that pro moted In past years by the Lane Cove commit lit1, with the exception that it is on a nome 'hat grander scale, and is dignified with tho name of Henley-on-Laue Cove. The following Saturday Enterprise R.C. holds ^?2 club regatta on the waters of Iron Cove, with Rodd Island as a grandstand from which tbe finishes may be viewed. Lelchhardt R.C. Is unfortunate that its regatta u;.te on February ID clashes with tile Kclton Puddon match. The programme, however, Is at tractive, and with a double sculls race for ladies, it should be well patronised, especially as it has' such u reputation for lio&pltality. John R. Towns, the ex-amateur champion, is a?aln stationed In Sydney. He looks exceedingly ?veil, though he curries a fair amount of flesh. He tells me that If he can get suited at a waterside suburb he will again take up scullin?. Tome racing be...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROSEBERY RACES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. NOVICE HANDICAP-[?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

ROSEBERY RACES SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1. VOVICE HANDIC-VP— 5' furlonca. Sabella ? 0 « Halvro: ? ? 7 9 tadv Maclcav .. .. »?» 10 Cocobo King .... 7 0 .Mv'Mo ? S 7 ^iege Girl ? 7 7 I Mimerettc ? ? S ^ Pickett .; .. . . 7 7 j Fuldon .. .. .. ?» 5 l*rollftc ? .77 ?Iaidy Aliec .. .. s 2 Adeline ? 7 7 Mnlga Mjck' .. ..8 1 Andorno .. ...... 7 7 Jjdv Mnrilto .. .. 3 0 Itccnry ? 7 7 ?Pals-ej- ? 7 13 Socket ? 7 7 Clean Sweep .. ?? 7 12 Sir Kenley .. .. .. 7 7 Carwwla .. .. .. 7 ID Pliyfalr ? ? 7 7 Get On .. .. .. 7 10- Virginia ilaid .. ..7 7 Mr. SL Symon . . .. 710 Rio Grande .. ..7 7 Prcro ? T 9 FLYING HANDICAP— 6J furlongs. MiM Kendall ?? ... 0 5 Clarcncc .. .... S 7 Cable Ncwtf ... '..9 3 Redloum ? ST Bahlco ? 9 1 Mosquito ? 8 5 Pc5ti1itc ? £12. Elouera ? & 1 Mi!garo ? ? 8 11 Fit* Merr ? .713 Ramble ? ? .. £ 10 Loreley' .. .. .. 7 10 lnvcrcll ? S S Melrose.. .. .. ..7 7 14.1 JLKNDICAP— 31 furlongs. Natire Rose- .. ..? 9 13 Mias Oorecna ., ... 7 12 Miss Carbcau .. .. 0 10 AmcHe ? 7 10*...

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ROSEHILL RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. FEBRUARY STAKES. (to starts at 2,13 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

ROSHHILL RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. FEBRUARY STAKES. (To start at 2.15 p.m.) A handicap of 100 sots, with a sweepstakes of 1 iov each lor starters added; s-cond horse. ia) sov» and third horse 5 sovj fiom the prize. The winner of any handicap Hat race, after thc declaration of welghu, to carry 101b extra, of. two. or inorc handicaps Mb extra. 6 furlongs. st lb Mr. JL Cohen's b h GIGANDRA, 5yis ' ? « 6 Mr. J. r. Nolan'# b m 51 ALT MARY, fyr* ? Mr. J. K. O'Brien'# th c GOLDKN IUIP, 3y» .. & 10 Mr. .1. Johnson'* hr g IKUI1U.\.N, aged ? * ? Mr. 'Thoj. Munfock'a'* blk g, YORULA, 6yt% .. .. S *2 Mr. S. Jones' br g HRAVK HKART, Oyrs ? 8 0 Mr. J. Lloyd'* br g HAKLEY WATKR, aged .... 7 13 J Mr. F. ilt-rtou's br g PRKCIOl's*. 5-ra ? '13 Mr. .1. K. O'Hrien's b in PKRONKCLA. 4yr* .. .. 7 12 Mr. .L U. Stupe's ch g CAVITY, -yrj ? 7 12 Mr. K. Walker's ch g COOL AIR, 4yt» ? 7 6 Mr. 'John Myndcr's' br or blk f FIORENTJNA, ^ ^ Mr. I'. Merton'? br in MALDAST, 4rrs ? 7 1 iir^.W. .Johniton's b...

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To-day's Racing Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

To-day's Racing Programme. I Ilwhill Raecs.— First race, 2.15 p.m. Special trains will 1 leave Central RaJI*vay Station as follow : — 11 .22 fV-r-f«), xm., 12 .?» 12.23, 12.40, 12.31, I'J.cHi, 1.?. 1.20, und 1.27 p.tn. Rcwhorv lUco.— First nee. 2 p.m. Special tram* to ami truai the gal® of the tour?c at frequent inter val*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

j BY ROYAL WARRANT ' g ! DEWAR'S ! | 'IMPEIIAI' I jl whisict Jj

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ATHLETIC GOSSIP THE HOLIDAY SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

ATHLETIC GOSSIPl *- ' © By 'MEHTOB.- 1 + j i THE HOLIDAY SPORT. Interesting racing wns witnessed nt tbe An u.'vcffiary Day sports, on Monday, at thc Show Ground, the heats of thc 100yds being exception clly well contested. In view of the near ftp. yroarb of thc Cardlnul'* Cup. to be dcclded m the St. Patrick's Day sports, thc handlcnpper of lie A. A. A. wns on the ground to study thc form ,-tnd note performances of. thc various compctl* tors, thc result of which will be that some al terations In thc starts will be made consequent upon thc running of u few of thc entrants. The seven hcat3 of tbe 100yds handicap re* pulted in F. C. Madeley, T. Ferguson, G. A. Morris, F. Coles, K. V. Boolh. II. Lowe, and J, (*. Slom.in qualifying for the final. Thle was a good race until ncarlng thc tape, when Fer gujtoij. of the Redfern Harrier?, who started from tho 5Jyds mark, gained a lead and won by two yards in lOJsec. Sloman, of Cumberland uyris), defeated Madrlcy, of .south Sydney (li I yds), f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

I C0RRFSP0NDENTS ARE REQUESTEO TO I ] NOTE rHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION ! I LETTERS TO 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND I I ARROW' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICE ON | | THURSDAY IF POSSIBLE. DRUIDS' £100® ART ONION FIRST PRIZE VALUE 600 SOVS. SECOND PRIZE VALUE 150 SOVS. Now on View by the Manufacturer, KERF?, Gcorjo Street. 148 Other Valuable Prizes. Speculate 1/- with Chance to Win 600 sovs. Free Harbour Excursion to Holders of Art Union Tickets, to Clifton Gardens, TO-DAY at 2 p.m. JJiins tho Little Ones anil have a Blow Yoursel :. Punch and Judy, Moving Pictures, Instru mental Musk-, cU\, ctc. Dancing In the Pa\!!lon tn the Strains of GLASS AXD THEMA1NS BAND, from 2.30 to 10, p.m. ART UNION DRAWN OX MARCH s. TICKETS FROM AGENTS OR K. A. BARRV, 180 Pitt-street, City. Tel. Cen 16?:, HAVE VOU A STIFF LEG GET A 1/6 TUBE OF SANB©W'S» CONCENTRATED HUMAN EMBROCATION AND THEN YOU WILL BE RIGHT,

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KENSINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

KENSINGTON RACES. ? The followius nmiinatiorv* have been received for tb'J [ racc nieetine which takes platt* at Krn«ington on TVed ncsday iicoct« the 8n?t e%*cnt at which starts punctually at 2 p.m. MAIDEN IWNDICAP. Of '0 5| furlong. Cozin, Vera BrtK»k, Confidante, Lord Playful, Robert, R-«e Alprmr, Dallette, Swait J«ark, llr*c TiktIc, Playfair, Hay Nell, Conlrive, Blue Boy, Field Bird, Argofcrn. Ida T., Coryphene, Twitdi, Doris, Odd ilark, Rapido, Ladv Araxes, Aerosram, Brown Dick, Moorcfleld I»d, Jlaater Hawthorn, Tit. FLYING HANDICAP. Of 70 aovs. 5 furlongs. Dropstitch, Matiuee. Kltz Mer\-, Circumipert, Clarence, Dalhasel, Poetilitc, Ibimble, Willaroon, Glittrr, l-oranis*, Siinola, -X,vlou, Doughboy, He»ian. Nornianton, Ban! lends, Newcastle, Milgaro, Verdant, Mannier. Hav Donald Grondols, Cable Newa, Redbion}, Uibloo, Delc'ncc. ' 14.0 HANDICAP. Of 70 eovs. 4 i furjong?. Brilliant, I^aurict, Frithfleld, Sir Moorcfleld, Wee Jim Mayiair, Themia, Lady Peggy, Mv Ro^tto. Reg -btr Gri...

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MISS FANNY DURACK AND THE 300 YEARS RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

MISS FANNY DURACK AND THE 300 YARDS RECORD. Tho annual carnival ot the New South Wales Ladles' Swimming Association, to be held at the Municipal Baths on Saturday, February 22, will afford the first opportunity for most malo enthusiasts of seeing Miss Fanny Durack swim. The world's champion lady swimmer will en deavor to break Miss Daisy Curwen's worm*.* record of 4min s&scc ior Uivyds. Miss Durack ta right ut the top of her form, and thoso in a position to know, dcclare that she will knock bcveral seconds olf the existing llgures. The committee are making elaborate arrangement* to ensure tho success of ihe lixturc, and every thing will be done to show the sterner sex that thc ladies ot Sydney urn just as capable of con ducting a carnival as tho mcu. Entries for thc Ladies' acOyda Championship j of New South Wales, which is io bo contested at thc carnival of the Ladtcj' Association a£ the Municipal Baths. Domain, on February, 22, are expected to be large. Ladles mentioned as...

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SWIMMING CHATTER WHAT'S DOING TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

SWIMMING CHATTER i By CECIL HEALY. i WHAT'S DOING TO-DAY. Down nt the Village by thc S-?a the bright particular attraction this .-fternoon will be the .Manly Club's 8th annu-.l Carnival. What the Village boys don't know about working up n fit st -class programme, i.- certainly not worth bothering about. They have had heaps of c:;» perlenee; In fact, they nre always running something or either down thcr°, even If It's only a boat or two. All tastes and fancies have hcon otcred for. There will be championships for the aspiring: first-class handicaps for those who prefer something In that line ; high diving for anyone who bus got a craving for that sort of sensa* Honul thing, and novcltle:* galore for the fri volity disposed. From a local point of view, however, the event likely, to cause thc greatest cxcitcmcnt Is the Grand .Challenge Relay Race over 1000 I yards. It Is Vo be fought out between teams representing the north and tho south side of thc Corso, and, you know. 'When Greek me...

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ROSEHILL RACES. (BY "PILOT") FEBRUARY STAKES: [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ? & ? ROSEHILL RACES. (By 'PILOT.') FEBRUARY STAKES : . BARLEY WATER . . ? ? ? 1 GlR&Ddrn ? c Cool Air ? a GRANVILLE STAKES : DLIND MURPHY ? ? ? 1 Lord Emly ? . . . . ? 2 Malthus ? ? ? * ? S JUVENILE STAKES : ENDEAR ? ? ? 1 . Portrush .. .. ? ? / 2 Cold Gilt ? ? 3 FLYING WELTER HANDICAP : TRUXTON KING .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 1 Noogllla .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 2 . llellara ? 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP : PAN OCT ? ? .. - ?« .. 1 Mnndowa ? ? ? « ? ? ?? 2 ? ? 3 CARLINGFORD MILE : MANTON MAID ? 1 Kllmeadon ? 2 En ? ? 3 (By 'THE SCOUT.') FEBRUARY STAKES : TERONELLA ? 1 ? ? 5 Barley Water ? 3 GRANVILLE STAKES : NIGHTWALK ? 1 Brlarberry ? - Lord Emly ? ? ? . ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES : PORTRUSH ? 1 Endear ? ? 2 Cooree ? ? ? ? 3 FLYING WELTER HANDICAP : DR. HART ? 1 Mlrlbcxla ? ? *- -- 2 Bcllnra ? ? ..3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP : KURINGAI ? ? 1 Pan Out ? 2 Willow Green ? 3 CARLINGFORD MILE : EN HAUT ? 1 C.H ? . .. 2 lirllanny ? 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

The PILCHERS COME, WRITE, OR WIRE TO ROSEBERY TO-DAY DOING BUSINESS ON ALL RACES AT ROSEHILL. Newmarket and Australian Cup / Doncaster and Sydney Cup. N.S.W. RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE TENDERS ABU 1NV1TKD for the SUPPLY OF METAL ENAMELLE® SEASON TICKETS for 1913. Particulars on application to E. H. LARK1N, Secretary. j . 164 Fitt»fltreet, Sydney. :

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SOUTH AFRICAN MANAGER Criticises Welsh Crowd. ADVISES THE WELSH RUGBY UNION TO DISTRIBUTIONS COPIES OF THE LAWS OF THE GAME AMONG THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

SOUTH AFRICAN MANAGER J Criticises Welsh Crowd. ADVISES THE WELSH RUGBY U.NIOX TO DISTRIBUTE COPIES Of THE LAWS OF THE GAME AMONG THEM. 'We are glad thlb match Is over,' said tho Springbok captain, A. W. Millar, at a dinuu** given In honor of the Colonials, at Neath, 'for,' he continued, 'much more football of tiie l ji^ we have experienced this afternoon would not be pleasure, but hard labor. We did not come unprepured for a stilf battle. Only the battle was stiller than wc really anticipated, and w« aro heartily glad that It is over. ; vteb to add this— the Neath forwards have added to their rcputatiou. They arc absolutely the fiuest pack we have played agalust during the tour. vww. mi ' uie weisn union Selection Committee, many of whom 1 see pre sent,' snld Mr. .Millar, 'I cannot understand why there were not more Neath forwards in cluded in the \\elsh international pack. After to-day's game 1 shall always have tbe greatest admiration for the working-men forwards or Neatb, who ar...

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FOOTBALL. RUGBY UNION. "NO MORE TOURS NEEDED." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

FOOTBALL. (By 'GULLIVER.') RUGBY UNION. 'NO MORE TOURS NEEDED.' That Is thc heading of a few pars in ths 'Athletic News' which take*; it for granted that Australia requires the visit of an English team, better for Australia to be without an Ensliisa team than to have one which plays football ar. the AngJo-Wel/h team, the last to visit Auiitrnlia, played it. 'Whatever Mr. W. W. Hill's mission from Aus irulla may be it Is to be hoped It wiil not con cern any Immediate project for tourr.' sayu tho 'AN'..' which has developed an antl-L'oLnl il feeling of late ycara, In more sports than oae. 'It will not be favorably entertained. Wc stui a team to Australia and to New Zcaluud in 1M& ; thc South Africans have paid their sccond \ Islt to tbe United Kingdom, and'wc can affo'd to have a 'spell/ as the Colonial expression has It.'' 'We understand, however.' adds our EnriUb ecntcmporary, 'that there is a decided wish In Aistralasla to deliberate in regard to thc Rul.s of the game. That...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

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