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AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH HORSES. ENGLISH THE FASTER—AUSTRALIAN THE BETTER STAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH HORSES. ENGLISH THE FASTER— AUSTRALS AN THE BETTER STAYER. (By 'THE SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'* IN THL LON CON '2P0RT3VAH.') On '.h* subject of Aus; ralaisian r-nd Mnglisli I form, and. Indeed, form generally from ;«bovc ] or below the Line, I have rec eived a letter trotn a valued correspondent, and make the following extracts : 'Your letter published in 'The Sportsman' Is so full of interest to me that 1 fed i must give you « »e.v wraps of Informa tion. which will. 1 ihii-k. be of interest io you. 'Having owned and race-; Australian as well as Knclk-h horses in India, :;tid having at one' time or another had a good many of both, 1 am in j, p.i-iiiou lo form i fat ly accurate opinion of th'ir resppetlve merits. '^hcuily stated, and. rpeakini; generally, It . I think, the im ral opinion atnon*' owner.** tud i tv.ir.Ts in India, ih,»i Hngllsh-ored horse.. ;r.« taMT and better apriftcrs than Australian-*, and that the latter are the betier stayers.' I'i on' further s...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT PATSEY CARDIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

ABOUT PATSEY CARDIFF. ' Several Inquiries have reached nic recently regarding the whereabouts of Patsoy Cardiff, a faxnouR fighter in liio days when John L. Sul livan wan ut the renith «f hU success, writes Mr. Sam C. Austin in the 'Police Gazette.' Cardiff now live? in Portland, Ore., but In the days of his llstio glory he v.v.s dubbed the Peoria f'lnnt, although he was but little bigger than a middle-weight, and weighed Ifiolb. Despite bin lack of weight he met three great cham pions of his time. Sullivan, Jackson, nnd Mitchell. Cardiff wns crc-d'ted with draws with Sullivan Mud Mitchell, but lost to Jackron. As a matter nf fa«t, adds tho New York, writer. Cardiff really beat Sullivan. It w.-is a ri.wound affair at Minneapolis. Sullivan had .isreed to knnrk out CavdlfT. who weighed to ihiliivan's 220. l'r:»m the start Sullivan i'o:n»! that he haii struck a snag. In his anxiety to end the affair t he broke his arm while making a wild swing, and Cardiff clearly ontprlntcd the champi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOIST WITH HIS OWN PETAR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

!iO!ST WITH !I1S OWN PETAR. « C / CECIL MEALY.) Mr. Wn:. tt atj. ? th' Hoyal Life-Savin* Society, re* « n ly cm:i. gioatiug over Um fnct that he l*»*i ia- 1 dej.-ated an Australiaa over a sprim .»ita tixc crawl. This was au ambition of hit u; a;i.tv years »tanding. Judging by his remark... iu w.i» highly delighted with this latest in. , ie in . No partieulars were mentioned, but h n that 5 rent enthusiast to ?wliom the ;.part o.\. .i of ita present jtroapctliy. u» wa. Mr. W. V-\ Hill, mturned to the bosoiu of hla ,,Anti-Lui:eV eomrades atta.j .MunlcHv.1 after his ;u audcrlnp; about tha globe,' ard he l:a I satiM'artuf lly an. wered aomo pertinent questions i-» what he did betwciri the bouts of 1 ate! - p.ta. daring his ab;«ene(.', lie threw a hit! ? llaht on the event thai causcJ Air. Hcnr.v na:» !i nn»rrimf -nt. *lt appears tho contest tool; p!,»ei« in the aristocratic e.tnos l-here of the latno'is llath Club, London. Mr# Hill had be.ri Introduced round as aa Aus tralian switamer. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE THICK WHITE HOPE CROP OF AMERICA GIANTS WHO HAVE TAKEN ON THIS BOXING GAME—ARE THEY CHAMPIONS? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

| THE THICK WHITE HOPE CROP OF AMERICA GIANTS WHO HAVE TAKEN ON THE BOXING GAME— ARE THEY CHAMPIONS ? * H 'white hopes' are not much In evidence elsewhere, thcro appears to bo a good stock of them over in the States. We heard a good deal at different times of men like Kubiak, Kaufman, and others ol that type, who In mm gave way t0 J'alzer ana Kennedy, ana now tho stage is occupied by Luther MeUarty, Jesse Wlllard, and ono Fred McKay, who are each put up as world's champions in the making. All three aro giants in thoir way, that is in weight and build, tho shortest man bclog, 1 believe, 6ft. 4in. Ono can havo too much of many things, and ono in particular Is bulk In a fighter. Years ago, when tho prize ring flourished, « gentleman | named Charles Freeman, known as tho Ameri can Giant, invaded England. Freeman stood tho trifle of 6ft. lOJIn., and sealed ISst., which wns pretty steep for a knuckle fighter. He had two goes with Nature's weapons, both with Perry, tbe Tipton Slanher, a 12...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BACK FROM AMERICA, ENGLAND, AND CONTINENT. W. W. HILL, A RUGBY TOURIST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

BACK EM AIEPJCA, ENGLAND, AND CONTINENT. W. V/. HILL, A RUGBY TOURIST. .Mr. William W. Hill, EecrcTr.vy rr t.i^ N*ew South. Wales Uugby t'uion. froui bis vl^lt.to AracricA and Ea-la.iJ, the best. Uucby toara ho jav.* on ,o be HARRY 'PEARCE, Th-\ Australian Challcncer to Ernest Bnny for the World's Sculling Chompionshir. wlio lc--.es Sydney lor London to-d.iy. that of England, which the South .\frlcans de feated by two penalty goals am'*' a try to a , try at Twickenham. | Mr. Hill i-J ouc of several brothers who have 1 iajijlc_&hcir la Sydney sport, and ^urticu^ t * htrly Rugby football and swltamlng. In Amertca. he ofllelated as reftrco In the great match of-, the year, Stanford v. California University,. at'. -vhich the enthusiasm and organisation, a' ; eh'»ni'J-^iuccra of tho football fans was. so -won- \ derful as to be Impossible' to describe. 'Mcro t word:*.' says Mr. IIIII. 'cannot convey -to you any Ide;i of tho wonderful scene. It can ba. appreciated only by those wh...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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JIMMY HILL BEATS LEON TRUFFIER AND WINS THE RUBBER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

JIMMY HILL BEATS LEON TRUFFIER AND WINS THE RUBBER, It was a keen bout at the Stadium between the featherweights, Jimmy Hill and Leon Trufflcr. the Frenchman, who practically scored a knock out at the expense of Syd. Sullivan, it being the very first time in the latter'B carccr thai an opponent ever went so closo to accomplish ing such * feat, even though Ray Bronson, Hughie Mohcgnn and many other hard-blttlng welters ami light weights were among the mea | against whom Syd. lasted tho full 20 rounds. j They had met twice previously, and each hav- , In* had a win to his crcdlt, but when the I Frenchman was victorious. Hill hod a badly- I maimed left arm. and should not have been j allowed to box. In order to disabuse the minds' of those who were mislead Into believing the I 'lying Jado' rumor, that such \yas not the ease, I can assure them that It wns so, and that Dr. Charles M'Carthy. one of the most emi nent mcdie-al men In Sydney, gave hla certificate to that effect. On this occas...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ENGLISH TENNIS TEAM IN AUSTRALIA. MORE OPINIONS FROM ONE OF ITS MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

ENGLISH TENNIS TEAM IN AUSTRALIA. MORE OPINIONS FROM ONE OF ITS MEMBERS. Jnst a few words about tho Victorian Cham pionships, for which we all entered. Parke won the Singles, defeating Lowe in the Until, while Brookes and Duulop, playing through the Doubles, beat Parke and rnyoelf In tho final tf-2. 6-4, 6-4. 1 was bud In the match, while Parke was quite good, but we did not take mat ters too seriously, for we wanted information and experience against our opponents. While did our best. we. of courue, did not tear curcelves to piece.;. Unluckily I had eausbt a chill on a cold, damp day. like one of our Eng lish days last Summer, and was woefully un certain. Nor is Dixon playing at all well at the moment ; he has been several tlmc3 beaten by Parke in practice. His game seenm to lacJ* dash and decision. He serveo well, coinec iu on the stroke as he docs at home — that ih. not right up to the net — and. as a result, a half volley or .low, uppish stroke is made off the return. With the b...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING WORLD. JEAN POESY AND HERB. McCOY TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

BOXING WORLD. BY 'SOLAR PLEXUS.' ^ JEAN POESY AND HERB. McCOY TO-NIGHT. The contest to be dccidcd at the Stadium to night should create a great deal of interest, and induce n bis crowd to bo present. It will be the second meeting of Herb. McCoy and Jean Poesy. McCoy won tho first congest by a knock-ov.t in tho fifteenth round. The Frenchman claimed that he was struck low, but medical examination did aot support thr.t contention. Mr. Travcriner. the French boy's guide, philosopher, and friend, assures mc that Jean will be quite a different boy to-nisht from the Jean who was so quickly defeated by Frank I'icato recently, and expects him to make things very lively for McCoy. The contest at Wollongong this afternoon be tween Larry Foran nnd Billy Warron. is crec: ing much interest. Doth lads have been train ing at Wollongong, and are reported aa being In excellent condition. Teddy Green's backer has promised to put in fi solid deposit for his man's side stake against Battling Coatln. Th...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AUSTRALIANS WILL BE PLEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

AVCTRALIANS WILL BE PLEASED. Ar. an appreciation of the services he has rendered tfta::ford in the capacity of Rugby ctv-.ch fur the past four years as a 'Varsity athlete and graduate of th*; University, Georgo .1. Presley has been presented with a handsomo table e-et by the students of the University. The set is ot solid silver consisting of 59 pieces of French antique dv.ign. The Inscription on the mahogany chi^t in which the set will bo kept hour*! the words : 'To Ceorge J. Presley Ironi the 1'Vllows, Stnnford University, Decem ber, 1012.' The gift shows the esteem In which Prepley is held bv the men of the University, ond Is a tesilmoninl not onl- for the athletic service, but also for the influence he has exerted over the men of the student body. In addition to the gift of the students, the execu tive committee of tho student body has given Presley* an oillcial recognition In the presenta tion of a handsome jewelled watch. The Sydney .friends oc George Presley will be pleased t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAMOUS AMERICAN RACING MAN DEAD. WON £73,588 IN STAKES IN ONE YEAR—FOX HALL AND SYSONRY RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

FAMOUS AMERICAN RACING MAN DEAD. won in stakes in one year— fox- hall AND SYSONHY RECALLED. 'Jim' Keene, the An^lo-Amerlcan millionaire, who died early in January, was a sporting character on both sides of the Atlantic. He won and lost millions in the financial world, but it j was as a racing man that he filled she largest | comer of the public eye in England. llis | financial exploits and vicissitudes belong to the j States. ! Sornebcdy once asked this toyer with millions j why he did not give up the game of money grubbing and enjoy the huge fortune he already had Instead of incessantly striving to augment It. Why did he want more money? 'Why.' h^ retorted, 'does a dog want another rabbit? Your dog will chase the millionth rabbit as though it were the first he had ever seen. He will strive nnd strain In the pursuit o; it to tho point of heart-break: ono might suppose his soul's life depended on tho capture. And yet. should he j overtake it. he will cast if aside when killed j nnd b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

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Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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DOINGS IN THE TURF WORLD Autumn Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

1 DOINGS I THE TURF WORLD BY ' P1L0T ' Autamn Candidates. During the past week quite tl number of scnsntlonal gallops have ln-eji recorded at Flemlngton and Caullield. and some hackers of Nuwara Ellya are already declaring the New market as good as over. \V» II. on the strength of track form, a similar pronouncement has been made regarding many other big races, but most of the paddock 'books' still . flourish sufficiently to journey to j«nd from race meet ings; in motor-ears. while the average punter's finances do not permit o? anything more luxuri ous than a train or ir-n rM«\ As a rule, supposed 'ccrtaintler' benrlii bookmakers eon rfld.rrMy more than hacker.?. I r- -cumber tbst trs.-\; ;:al!np.-. made it! appear -almost Impoy IM' fr.r l.a'iy Mrd:i!ilf.'. 1 AMERICAN OOXERE ,'OHM DAVIS ('LIVER') AND CAM I.ANQFORD AMONG THE WATERMELONS: to miss a place in the 11*1 1 Epsom Handicap, but she did ; and though, of coura*» it does nuv UolWiw .tbtirti wUJ. »«? connection i»vtt^j'Xilwa'rti...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. FELTON v. PADDON, TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. FELTON v. PADDON, TO-DAY. (By 'AQUA.') This afternoon will see another great j struggle between two giant scullers for tho ! championship of Australia, on the good old Parramatta Rivor. Alfred Felton, who was forced to accept the title by default from Harry Pearcc, and who but recently dofeatrd that good sculler, Charlie Towns, In a rather handsome fashion, U callcd unon by James Paddon to defend the title. Both men am worthy to row for this, the blue ribband of Australian professional scull ing. and neither has neglccted his work in particular. Kadi, on the other hand, has recognised that he 1ms a focman worthy of his iteei, and each, too, knows that the racc will probably depend on the care that each has been able to devote to the scientific details ntccssary to the art of sculling. Roth Paddon's and Felton'* performances arc freshly on the minds of the public, but it may be said shortly that Felton hud accounted for such good incn at* Frank Har...

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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER [?]XIV (Continued)—THE LEGACY OF THE TRAMPING SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH BY MADGE BARLOW. 2^,* £ I ALL lllGUTS KKSERVSD.l CHAPTER ?'?XIV (Continued I. — THE LEGACY OK THE TRAMPING SAILOR. He darkenrd the windows, and drew an arm chair near ihe hearth, for ihe nights were chilly. The homo-like room had a restful influence over him. He waited in dreamy content the dick of her latchkey. Lad dozing at his feet. A inasn sino thrust half under a chair cushion on the other side of the rug attracted his eve wttn Its i gaudy cover, and he stretched across and seized it. A pocket note-book slipped out of Us pages. He lifted H, and laid it on the table, and read a love story brimful of human interest that gripped him from the first sentence to the last. With a sigh of satisfaction for its happy ending, he let the magazine fall to ihe floor, and glanecd at the notebook. He took it in his hands— a common article, such as Elyn was In the habit of using to Jot down her household expenses. The opening words sot him laughing : ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MORE ABOUT THE SWANSEA CLUB'S DEFEAT OF SOUTH AFRICA AT RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

MORE ABOUT THE SWANSEA CLUB'S DEFEAT O^ SOUTH AFRICA AT RUGBY UNION POOTB ALL. The South Africans' reputation of being th«- J luckiest side that has ever toured Great Britain was not maintained at Swansea when the Welsh side were victorious by ono try to nil. Swansea , went on th' field wi'h an unbeaten certificate, but they hail difficulty in finding a side, for amongst those unable to piny wore Jack Ban croft, Willie Davies, Alf Thomas. Bryn Lewis, the Rev. Allan Pavies. and Dicky Ov;en. They were forced to pl;»y a forward In the three- i quarter line, and this clrc.umstance, added to ! tho fact that one of their three-quarters was! off the n«ld for a portion of the second half. ' makes the victory of the Swansea team all the j more meritorious. I nut thoy had wha: tip fo date ha? been South ' Africans' Jock. They mrtninly had the better , of the Ilrst half, but th- South Africans were! almost continually on the attack in the second half. But hero, again, was a case of opportuni t...

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VICTORIA PARK RACES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13. FLYING HANDICAP—3 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

VICTORIA PARK RACES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13. FLYING 11 ANDlCAP— 3 furlong*. a In lo l ord llantbov.. .. .. 1« 2 Buhloo ? ? a 1 Miss Kendall ? 9 - Kedloum- ? ft 2 long loch .. .. ?? 8 12 Circumspect ? & i Dougabov ? ? 8 I* tfliticr .. .. .. .. h-u Doruier * ? ?? 8 iu Matinee ? - 12 Flu Merv .. .. & P' statllcld ? 7 11 ^iifsia ..: .. .. .. ?»' ft 10 Mio: 'lower ? i y Itvlstone laisfie .. .. 8 b Bay Donilu ? i j. Invercil ... .. 8 ,-.7» aimoj.i ? ? t 9 Dropstlteh.. Lcodie. .. ? ? ? i Movpilto « ;?» Silver Bream ? 7 7 Mvail tjiicrn ,. .. .. 8 5 Nefeastle .. .. .. 7. 4 North Star ? » ) Ceylon- ? 7 7 Borenia ? 8 3 , . FOURTEEN-OXE - 1IANDK1AP— ll furlongs. Archness .. .. .» .. 11 2 ? Racial .... ? ? 7 J2 Wfre Loch .. 10 W# ? ? 7 1:1 Hie Rigging 9 .3. ? Rcmenibrauce. . ., .. 7 11 llaunant .. .. .. ?« 8 Pi, Aaldora . ... .. .. .. 7 Hi Mlw KUchsia ? 8 3- Pluyhill I.ass .. .. 7. y, Amelrc .. .. ?? ?? s 3 ? ? .. .. 7 1-J Oh My .. .. .. .. S Fair. Alice ? 7 I Galaxy '8 0 Bndgeflel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

I NEW ROOFED STADIUM' /'| Personal Direction :: R. L. ('Snowy') Baker U TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT GREAT INTERNATIONAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONTEST. II JEAIM POESY V. HERB. IVIcGOY. SS * (FRANCE). (AISTUALIA.) ? V»1CK3 ?? W J ' 2.. POX PLAN AS l.-l.M., M NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. TWO TEN-ROUND CONTESTS. J Arthur Douglas v. Joe Atcheson. S Larry Foran v. Roy Kenny. STADI^MATIN EE ftl NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FIVE THREE-ROUND CONTESiS. GOOD TEN-ROUND CONTEST. J Les. Gleeson v. 'Bombardier' ©avis. ; TRAIXl.KC K.XHIBITIONS 11Y JKRIJV .IliKOM i;. I! -,t ,1,/:!;J?[.'!0SS 1 phut-class musical piiogkammi:. .utkiln«-'» im ^!\?rUnr; p»?JV A ADMISSION' : *tnl 1 . U-Ht- b.v (.cmlrmny Htr.L. ? ? ? * '' 11 ' ? — 1 1 ? ? ? ~~ — J' $ THE SECOND ROUND OF I THE SOUTH SYDNEY HARRIERS A.A.C. j* OPEN AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT tl WILL COMMEXCK AT Till: ? ? I STADIUM. Rushcutter'a Day, ON NEXT, AT 8 P. M | ADJUSaO-- : ./, »/, lb ? — ' - U- * B' H#- B'e- - I $ i HAVE YOU A STIFF LEG GET A 1/6 TUBE OF SANDOWS ' CONCENTS...

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