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INTER-STATE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

INTER-STATE CRICKET. | New South Wales lo:-. the *nss. un'' Queenp I Innd. batting first. t»;orc-1 ll'I for two wickets* up I to tho luncheon adjoummrnt. J. Thomson !--' I and C. Thompson I-. hotb int out.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING CHATTER THE EVENT OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

SWIMMING CHATTER (Uv CECIL 1IEALY.) THE EVENT OF THE DAY. ' There is nothins !U«o good, clean, h.?aitn- j rivalry to instil life into a racc and invest it 1 with Jn element of excitement, or, in other worda. convert It from a humdrum affair into j an event of aurpuaains interest. It acts ou tne 1 minds of competitors and spectators alike, in . the same wny thut an appetiser docs in ihe ease j of an insipid, pniaic. 11 ? ? — ?? \ It leads to discussion it creates kecniuH^. stun, in fact, it makes n whole-hearted uppcal to one s sporting Instincts generally. The 220yds championship of the Npi'thcrn Suburbs, for decision at the l.ni'rdor Baths to-day, supplies an cxccl!«ni'.«MSt point. All the circumstances assocl.i'.o .1 with It, and all the happenings Icadiiig'up to it, have constituted themselves .(actors ; tc::dlu;? in tl.» one direction. naraelyr'thO.t* of llfUng iV ,J,u the ruck of ordinary ocfmi'tVrieos. Why ? Bccause It Is ;t«j settle, the question as to who'd who In the ouMmml...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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To-day's Racing Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

To-day's Racing Programme. Mcorefieid R*eei.— First rare, 2.W p.m. Special tr^iru .will le^ivc Central Railway Station j* follow : ll.l'i a.m. (horiei), 12.15, 12.31, 12. IS, 12.52, l.«, aad 1.12 p.ra. Victoria Park Raccs.— First race, 2 p.m. Special trams tc and from tbe racecourse gates at frequent interval,.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SPRINGBOKS AND ENGLAND IN AN HISTORIC GAME. RUGBY FOOTBALL HAS COME TO ITS OWN IN ENGLAND AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

SPRINGBOKS AND ENGLAND IN m HISTORIC GASIt. KL'OHY FOOTnALL HAS COME TO ITS OWN IX ENGLAND AT LAST. (By LAURAXCE WOOU1IOUSE In the 'Dally Mall.') As long ar, they 11V0 thoso peoplo who were present m Twickenham will never forget tho linlendld slrugglo between England and South UriiT when the 'Springboks' nchlevcd the crowning irlitmph of their tour nnd defeated England by 9 points to a— each sldo scoring a 'who will forget tl'.-; dnszllng brilliance ot I'ouiton's suvcrvins ruin In the llrst half of the dim*1*' He seen.eri to in »»*tu um, uuivi n bin iiniiorcniH. ????'»- Rroped blindly for him yet fnlle 10 U- ' linger on liltn. .Who will forget, th m 'htv r '.-r that -.vent up from lO.UOU ?n.h'' vlie-i l!'.t 'chlr.lve pimpernel' Jigged In ami mil antos: the bully -aprlnrtboks' aild I n villi 'H'i'i-r Helming darl duahed over Ihe tin' and 'rcorcd behind the post.t for Kng triumph which gradual!^ riwei.cd ^ of drdlchl and died away into a long-dra*vn '.\-n-»'h' of dlrrippolntnunt when ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15. PLYING HANDICAP. (To start at 2.19 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15. FLYING HANDICAP. (To bun a*. 5.19 p.m.) K handicap of 100 tov-.; second horec 20 aovi, and third hone 10 ior». from the priic. The winner of any handicap flat race alter the declaration o( weight* *o carry- 71b extra ; of two or more handicaps, 101b extra, ti furlongs. at lb Mr. H. Cohen'g b b tilKANDRA, 5rr# ? 10 a Mr. 'J. Dirks* ' br g WILD \Vh2t'r, ovr* ? Si Mr. 'A. Clarcncc's' br or blk m OWKKXKK, 6yr* S 0 Mr. K. Moss* b g PITfSWOimi (JL'N, o*r» ? s 4 Mr. T. Dwyer's eh g ASIIBV, jvr# ? b 1 Mr. U. Simmons* fcr h HALT Ki.N'U, oyn ? e o Mr. A. K. Neale's br g MANAKAl', ayrs ? SO Mr. 'Thos. -MurdockV* Wk g TO It U LA, 6m .. .. 7 M 31r. M. Harris' b r br g WKHIMBI.K, 5vrs' ? 7 II Mr. C. O'Kourke*# eb m 3IONIK, Ivra ? 7 '* Major Claude Smith's b f MUl.Tl-M IN PABVO, 3yr» 7 7 Mr. K. Walker's eh g COOL AIR, 4vrs ? 7 6 Mr. S. Fielder's b g ALL GOOD. 3m ? 7 2 Mr. .1. E. O'Brien'a br f NOOG1LLA. Sv« ? 7 S Mr. 'Thos. Murdock'a' b m HAIR NET, 6rrs ......

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

RUGBY LEAGUE. prsplto the fiut that r.reiche.l wculher prer. vailed nt' Ilrartlngley, '.''On people witnessed the n.;.t'h betnrcn heede a;rl Dcwehury, and th--y v.( re rewarded by seeing a , treat cnntcst. Lced'j v.or. by to nil. Their fnrv.crda were f»n a t , fol lowlnc-tip and keen ta«'l: lln;» completely pultin-; bev.vjuiy oil l heir proper gum*, and had it net' Lrc:i lor the lu-role eh'erls of Jyekett at full- ! rutc;;, tt greatrr store would chvc been rnti! terod. All the Lecdj» backs played a capi.Tl fame. J. I). Campbell especially nhowlns line brainy play. It was rather unfortunate fur Vivian Farn? 'worth's first uppeuraneo ut Oldhatn that the ground should be In a mo.-»r wretched condition, owing to heavy rain. - The had conditions had also an effect on the attendance, a record crowd was expected, but not more than 12,C('» witnessed tbe game, Oldham v. Halifax, Und^r the circumstances, however Oldham's latest capture gave a good display but it was evident that he was being ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MAITLAND J.C. RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13. FLYING HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

MAITLAND J.C. RACES. bATURDAV, FEBRUARY 15. FLYING HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. »t lb ' ; Bullfighter .. .. ..9 9 Hautlyon ? : ' Chiel Bey ? 7 pi Scrapie ? : I Nicosia ? 7 10 prize (Jun ? ? ? Apollinaris ? ' T Fspinrl ? ® i Tritonu ? i T HrillUn-. Cbicl .. .. 6 ? Fortelage ? 7 7 ? ? » ? WKLTKH HANDICAP— 7 furlongi. Blue Tille ? 0 10 (Jaubna ? 7 H) Chiel Boy ? ? S Ottiley ? 7 iu Malrka ? a S (iadaall .* ? I 12 Apollinaris ? & j -lack Hampton .... 7 ? Hautlyon ? » o Piinc? Plutus .. .. 7 « Scruple ? ? ? a Te.Wh.irc ? ? 7 7 MAITLAND HANDICAP-U mile. j Potinatu* ? 9 0 At Ka«e ? ? .. 7 12 ] Lady Terrell ? f 0 Royal Mount .... 7 7 Port Himter ? SO K. of K ? 7 0 Uea ? b 6 .-jkopcl ? # 7 j NOVICE IL\NDICAP— furlongs. Gad*all ? 9 j Lord Tolworth .. .. ? 0 Satsiima ? 9 0 Camdrake ? » Happy Miss ? s - Miss Flavin ? ? 0 Jack Hampton .. .. & '1 Matata ? * 0 Vellum ? 8 3 Merv Blend ? 0 Honeybag ? 6 0 Floral Queen ? 9 '» l.ogelit ? 8 0 Old Year ? 8 «? Polynesian King.. ..SO Dirty Boy ? e ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

CRICKET &AT BEPAIBS. ? CALh OX W.'SLGAK, Victor Trumper'* At 57 Ming St Arcade, (Over J. Ptanion's.) TENNiS RACQUET REPAIRS, yS-~ SPORTS SPECIALISTS. ? 1 ? 'McMillan deery & co. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT VILL 9 P.M. SYDNEY SPOUTS DErOT (opp. Hotel Aiutnlll). 38 Castleroafih Street gy^^ey. PETERSHAM OVAl ? THIS DAY. - ' Fill ST GRADE CRICKET MATCH. PETERSHAM I. v, WAVERLEY I. ADMISSION- TO PARK, 6d. Pavilion, 6d Eitri. - - ? 6XJ3SE X.miKt . NEV/ SOUTH WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. NEW SOUTH WALES v. QUEENSLAND SYDNEY. CRICKET GROUND, CONTINUED TO-DAY AT NOON. m. U.JSaWjBWrt, , ? 1 PERCY K. B0WDEX, Secrctaxj-. 1

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V.T.A.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13. WARREIN HURDLEY [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

V.T.A.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY— SATURDAY FEBRUARY IS. WARREIX HURDLE. Of 230 iovs. 2 miles 01 yard*. U lb *t lb Home Rule ? 12 3 Mountain .Heather .. 9 13 Lord IXireond ..-..?10i;t Red Pnnec ? 9 11 Recollect ? ? 10 3 larrakia ? ®ll Ellcrstenc II ? 10 3 Firebrand ? 9 7 Celt ? 10 I Moonlighter ? 0 o Camascade .. ?? .. 9 13 Dc.xdi ? 0 0 federal stakh-:. Of 500 sovs. 3 furlong'. Maltravcra ? ? U * 1 Campus ? 7 7 Andelosia ? & 13 ? ? - Dhuldul ? e II C*-ck of the North.. ? . Kubulus ? ? 8 7 Stratiform ? » ? Pinkerton ? 8 7 Borangec .. .. .. .. ? ? Tabangar ? 8 7 Nata ? * * Wife King ? 8 5 Mai Blair .. Aroic ? 8 3 Allansford ? » ♦» Aboync ? 8 3 Jliily Hilton .. .. ? j Carna ? 8 3 Scotland's Hero .. .. 7 3 Arrowform .. .. .. 8 0 Grand ManJul .... 7 3 Molbrook ? 7 13 Burrunjuck ? 7 3 Macduff ? 7 13 Rose Rcial ? j 3 Ooregum ? ? 7 13 lvingsburgh ? 1 , -/uair Burn ? 7 10 Singlestick .. .... ^ 1 JlieractU5 ., .. .. .. 7 10 Maloja ? « 1 Stiincr .. .. .. .. 7 11) Avlona ? 8 IJ Holland...

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. . Signs and portents of a busy 1913 scaron aro | already In the air. The Association's annual . .1 meeting having been scheduled earlier this year, jj the clubs likewise are liestlrrliiE themselves I early. Last Thursday ulKht n preliminary meet- [' trlct was held In Annandal'*. To-night Tho (llebe hold ihelr annual meeting at the Win chester Hotel, (llehe ; and to-morrow evening Y.M.C.A. will hold th~lrs. Next Tuesday tho X.S.W. Junior Association act IJie b) ] I rolling, and on the following Monday the rcrereci hold ihelr annual pow-wow. Judging by the sugges tions received from the various affiliated asso ciations unit clubs re coinpeiition rules, etc.. 5 the twenty-sixth year or ihe Association's exist- J ence promises to eclipse ail olhers. j Last week a player wall-known and well-liked I tor his. sterling quniitiei!— James W. Hatton— I passed away nt tbe early age of 35. He was burled at Sutherland la3t Wednesday. 'Jimmie' originally came from ilie Marrlck...

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MORE NEW ZEALAND IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

MORE NEW ZEALAND IMPRESSIONS. This , may inurest you who read: — 'Cricket enthusiasts in Canada will likely be afforded aa opportunity next Summer of playing an Austra lian cleveu,'. says the 'Hamilton Spectator.' 'A letter has been received by the Montreal Cricket Association from K. B. Benjamin, stat ing that ho Is arranging to bring an Australian team to America in ll-13, and that gnmc3 are already arranged for with some of the clubs ; in the United Stutes. He asks for dates at j Montreal, and states that Ottawa, Hamilton, Winnipeg, .nnd Toronto .will bo visited If suit able arrangement* can.h? made. Mr. Bcnja mln^nays the team wlli comprise many of the host players In, the Antipodes.;* The Mr. BeiiJa ? mln mentioned acted a3, manager of the Aus tralian team Jn America on their way back from England. The second project, however, has fallen to the ground, tho Board of Control hav ing set Itself against 11. MOJtE XKW ZEALAND IMPRESSIONS. .Mr. O. S. Smith, of Central Cumberland, who...

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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS THE TESTIMONIAL TOPICS. GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

! CRICKET AND CRICKETERS j THE TESTIMONIAL TOPICS. BY 'GULLIVER. I GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS. 'I chilli bo glnd If you will allow mo, through : ?-?!!? lolmnns. to say that 1 i» 111 grateful to the generally for the publicity it pave to iny r::ilrh, and which, 1 am sure, contributed ! r.;V1y to Ifs sueres;;. 1 shall bo pleaded it. you v. ill mention this fact, as in expressing iny j tlfank.s ' to the Association. tho truotoes. the I riu/.cns, committee, and olh«'r bodies, tho. -ox- I r.dlent assistance given by the Press was not J referred to.' — Victor Trumper. The* foregoing comes with Rood gracc from tho New South Walu? captain, for while the .Press generally han been very kind to hhn, no more 'so than hU pood merits as n erioketcr demanded, it has alPo boon diametrlenlly op l»ofeil :to{hlm and- others, on occasions, in the politics of oriefret. H shows that however keenly .tn'ny 'be the ? rtiffereuevs of opinion In (critrdversidl matter**; theso do not blind true mtilj.'ip Jitif.'lit...

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A RE-VISIT TO SYDNEY. COMPARISONS AND CRITICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

A RE-VISIT TO SYDNEY. COMPARISONS AN1J CRITICISMS. (Dy 'SHOUT -STOP' — In the 'Lousier.') It Is IS years since I wi'.s In the vnn i-' , the South, nnd time lias luoiiR'.it about cliaiiscs nnd improvements. The t.M linrnor lo | Htlll the Biinie, exeept Hint It is morn (low | built rountl. Nor 111 Shore linn iuhIc^soho n j metnmorpliMls. ami ine inKe.ii''.-. «-? hnbltnllona hnvc brun perrtir-l on fMmliiRly l'i neeesalblo ernfiB elosc lo the ivntcr front ? vcrlitible irlumpli ot the builder's nrt. Mi'l'.ie llnVbor hna also passed through n .transform i tlon, nnd the old plenle ground Is no mo.c. being literally covered v.-Hli houses. Tort .lae .- non, however. Is a thins of beauty and a Joy for ever, nnd Sydney is seor.raphlcall- fortun He 11B lOinnared with Melbourne 111 that respi'it. The Supreme Beinn fnshioned the Queen City rf the South nnd Us surroundings; but mnn m.ido Melbourne. But I sny tlilH, that Y'hen the : li ma! e wns handed out to Sydney the devil I'm?. Wales friends wi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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A FEW CRICKET JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

A FEW CRICKET JOTTINGS. (!1Y 'UAMBLER.') Oa the opening day of the Testimonial tnalou i he dainty batting ot Vernon Ransford was ap preciated more than that of any other man. A. (i. Moves (70), C. Hill (00), L. A. Cody (M. i;. K. Mayne (10), nil. topped the left-hander a « ontrlbutlon, but none compared with him for wristlncas and trlspncss. Of coursc, nansford did not face Hordern, who had tho redoubtable skipper of tho 'Rest of Australia' badly balllcd when ho was taken off by Victor Trumper, nnd who In the second innings at once obtained Hansford's wicket. The bout between Hordern and Hill wns in teresting. It was Clem's first appearance against tho 'guoglle' bowler, and he was pal pably beaten l»y him. After playing two or three with his pads and snicking ono upplfhly between the alJp-field3. ho decided to Jump In lo «hem, but was equally unsuccessful, and must have felt relieved when Kelleway was put en to bowl In ileu of the Shoremen. 'The Doc tor' and Clem en'oyed the duel, f...

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CONCERNING DEXTER OF RANDWICK AND COOGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

CONCERNING DEXTER OF RANDWICK AND COOGES. Thoro who. wefe .actual eye-witnesses of 1 young Debtor's display In the 850yds champion- | ship of tho Eastern Districts Clubs last week will' redollect that bo swam a nioat erratic course, veering from side to side) thereby con siderably lengthening the dlatanco he had to ttaverac* but which. a& a matter of fact, added to the merits of the tlmo performance. Se**ernl old Identities on the ctartln* platform critically watched his progress, and all agreed with me Ihat his habit of deviating from the straight was due to the method in wbfrh he used his 'dexter' arm, which w.is In marked contrast to the way he employed the other^ n.embor. No ono Insinuated tbat it was n ser'lous fault, but merely a blemish of an otherwise powerful and potential^ stroke. In some countries, however, where the rules ,*c garding Interference with other competitors 14 n late nro more strictly administered— no mat-' I If the offender does happen to be leading—...

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TURF GOSSIP By "THE SCOUT." VICTORIA PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

TURF GOSSIP © « B» 'THE SCOUT.' . ® VICTORIA PARK RACES. ! SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. FLYING HANDICAP : RYLSTONE LASSIE ? 1 Bahloo ? ? ? 2 Dormer .. ? ? 3 FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP : HAURIANT ? ? v. .. .. .... 1 Archness 11 Remembrance- .7 '.. j.... .. .. ' 3 ; MAfDEN HANDICAP : DULCIFY.,'..';.. ? 1 Hnnnabal... ., ,. .. ., .. .. ? ? 2 Arsofcrn .... 3 THI RTEEN-THREE HANDICAP : SINDERBY .. „ i.'. 1 Mnld of Athena ...... ?? '.'2 Directly -.. .. ? ? 3* FOURTEENrTWO; HANDICAP : LORD LIDbELL'... i.... 1 . . ' popKun ;. ... .. .. .. .. ...... 2, Slnfleld .. .. .. ., .. .. .. .. »? 3 VICTORIA PARK HANDICAP : MAVUS .. .. ..%. ? 1 Simile Maid . .. .. .. 2 . Aderc .. .. ... .. '.. ... 1. 3 TRIAL STAKES : DINARP ? ? ? 1 ' Walllngford .. .. ? ? 2 Lady Murlllo ? ? ? ? ? ..3 ?

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V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15. OAKLEIGH PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

V.A.T.C AUTUMN MEETING. ' TIRST DAY— SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15. OAKLEIGH PLATE-! SWEET MALT ? 1' Bravo H--/t ? - ? 2 . Taklpono ? **,' 3 -r Moorefleld this afternoon. Also a incctlnz at Victoria Park. While Melbourne racegoers will Indulge their sporting and speculative Instincts nt tho open ine of the V.A.T.C. Autumu Meeting at Caul ficld. Racing at Rosebcry next Wednesday. First race, 2.15 p.m. In connection with the Kombla Orange meet ing next Tuesday, special trains will leave Syd ney -u 9.55 ihorses and passengers). 10.30, and 11.2 a.m.. returning Immediately after the Inst race. A special will also leave Nowra at 10.15 a.m.. calling ut stations eu route. Hackers of Myall Queen :or the Flying Welter Handicap at Ascot on Wednesday were unlucky. Once again this fractious mare was sent from No. 2 to the outside of the field at the barrier, and this cost her the racc, as Clruutnspect, who was always one of the first two, beat her by i head only at the finish. Matinee, who was also well...

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS MOOREFIELD RACES. (By "PILOT.") FLYING HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS MOOREFIELD RACES. (By 'PILOT.') FLYING HANDICAP : ASH BY ? 1 Multum in Parvo ? 2 Bollara ? 3 SCARBOROUGH HANDICAP : DION ? 1 Kllmcadon ? , ? 2 Truxton Klnc ? ?' ? 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP: LORD ROUVRAY .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Gaze ? ? ? 2 Brotelle ? ? ? 3 KOGARAH STAKES : MANEGE ? ? ? 1 Malthus ? ? .. 2 Alebcrry ? ? .. 3 MOOREFJELD HANDICAP : C.ASHMORE ? 1 ; . Mere! ? ? j En Ho ut ? 3 HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP : BELLARA ? 1 .7 Tiffany ? 2 ? **ady Ibex ? ?_?_** *_! *? 3 (By 'THE SCOUT,') FLYING HANDICAP : 10RULA ? I Owecnec ? ? - Noogllla ? 3 SCARBOROUGH HANDICAP : DION..' ? ? I Brittany ? ? '? Truxton King ? ? 3 . JUVENILE HANDICAP ANARTES ? ? ..1.1 Crcma ? ? .. .. .. 2 Gold out ? ? .. .. .. r. KOGARAH STAKES : BUND MURPHY ? ? 1 Otterlcy ? ? ? ? 2 Scarlettc Trent ? ? .. ? ? s MOOREFIELD HANDICAP: PRINCE LACK ? 1 OdlBt ? 2 .Merc! ? 3 HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP . COOL AIR ? 1 Noosllla ? - Weblmble ? 3 Y.Y. rVr. r Vt VY^l V rT;

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VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

VICTORIA l'ARK. j aurniiay. The outer portion ol the gra*.- \v.»- av.nj.ilm- tlu»(;iK-rn* lng. On Uir 'middle' cmrse Uie.it t'aiel run Jive tiir lmig- in I.P-. M i.-iaplt.i and PoinpJrey regiatejed i.7 fo/tiw furlongs, wliile hd! a mile in .-ii*e«- won: dawn to (Vol Air. Hue Victoria put iu a Mioiig ,«ix lurlongJ, und f i.ttic King ,-purted. l and (]j.J ».e:j;i c\erci.-e, and Mi:tilitit»r put in a v.cjdy circle, l.jdy Il»«'\ and CoronaU iveitded ti\c turlong# in l.-;. 1 rmee l..uk strode over ? even furlong in !.'»-. I. a 1'at.ic .KTotuptnied him tor' live furlongs. Mantua put up l.'Jl i^r live furlongs. Ua the coui.-e proper Kent lock and IMjm rjn ti\e lurlens-i in 1. 1 1. Sfir Howard aud S ir* reeled off luif a mite iu .Vl'jpc. First Home to:'..,! n;- 1. 1*1; .or ±ix turlonga. I'adunore did strong work. Pi th' tin Mi*s Luna reeled oit five Jurlon^ in ).-. i'.iu \!nr spurted three ut loiii-: iu ll'HW B?ll;ira .10 -Minted for htlf a mile *'» 5r*sec. Tingle. Allingamire, brcarwoa, No...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday, Sivciul useful gallop? were recorded on the tan ir.uk a; Knndwiek this* morning. Cobhanco and Mineral ) I i : t negotiated six furlongs fit 1.-1, while l.otu x!»t ou-r i»n ? furio.'ig* In -.'I!. Mif/rill'iV t:nk u-.h a circle at a goo.l Mamd p;»ce, uud Torukt wwiiut extended oxer the*i..r hu;g»\ Cu*«m and HjrpUl. ran a circle together, i:p with a -purt home, and .lai-k Hrj-Uhii-v and AdiiKc.t liitiVi'd fnvl.v over live' furlongs. Adgio und M.irtlm II. aud Malthas wen; steadily over fix furluus-, a* did Ku ) ix tit. Hcvcniye und a companion IcH rix lurlon;.;* le. hind iu 1.1U. and Wycalto went at tn»-[»arN p.--, Kt.r.elJu -lw-oy-] of ihe /urJo»g- in J.Sj. J)uko spurted over a -h»rt course, and lea «;.n live iu'!on*- in Sii-gle registered 2.4 tor a mile and a furlong gallop, and riaxen w.i* not extended over H'veu furlongs. Alorod went steadilv, and Xeu ran six furlong* in 1.21. Tiffany ami Charleville did tlx furlongs in 1.20J, and King Hroom „tie!; ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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