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KENNY AND ATCHESON ARE VICTORS. FORAN AND DOUGLAS VANQUISHED A WILD MELEE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

KENNY AND ATCHESON ARE VICTORS. FORAN AND DOUGLAS VANQUISHED A WILD MELEE. That the two ten-rounds' fight nights arc to become a successful feature at the Stadium was I amply borne out by expressions at satlsfac- 1 tion heard from the many who travelled on the ! tram citywards from Rushcuttcrs Bay on Wed nesday night, utter witnessing the short but merry battle between Roy Kenny, or America, : and Larry Foratt. the local middle-weight, owl j the excellent struggle in which the two excep tionally plucky light-weights, Arthur Douglas, the South African ex-champion, and Joo Atchc son, of America, were participants. { In the first contest — Kenny v. Foran — the' me.) j wer? very evenly matched in wejght, Foran*. 4 11st 41b being but lib the heavier, which slight advantage was more than counterbalanced by ? Kenny's much greater height aud reach. Thvy rut no time to waste in finessing, but got straight to work, Kenny being the first to score with a light left to the nose, and ducking from...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCOMMODATION ON THE BEACHES IS SHOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

ACCOMMODATION ON THE BEACHES | IS SHOCKING. I Have you any opinion regarding accommoda tion for bathers at the beaches? 'Most decidedly.' Care' to express It? 'Certainly: I think in most cases it is abso lutely shocking, particularly for Indict*. 1 can not for the life of m»» understand how the f.TlSS FANNY DURACK READY FOR THE RACE. This photo and the other on this oafle. depicting ihe Physical development of Australia's Champion Lidy Swimmer, emphasises the orcat vakic of sv.irrmino for women.' authorities controlling the various beaches have -been so inconsiderate in the matter of accom modation.' Would you suggest that a separate part of each beach should be set apart for ladies only? 'By all means. There are plenty of women and girls who, without being prudes, like as ijhipfc they What about our baths ? 'Well, you can hardly call any of them palatial!' How do they compare with baths in the Old Country ? 'It is not possible to make a proper compari son, because iu England the gr...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FLYN O' THE HILL or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXVI—THE GODS RELENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH BY MADGE BARLOW. Author of 'Crao Cormac,' 'The Cairn of the I 8 Badger,' 'T.he Secret of the Blaok Boo,' Is. I I (ALL RIGHTS IIESERVED.J CHAPTER XXVL— THE GODS RELENT. They poured brandy down his throat and sat on cither side of him till he recovered, the new Lady Darkington chafing Ills hands, Andy affec tionately embracing his shoulders and begging him to pull himself together like a 'bully old chap.' Thc stimulant did him good. Exhausted by thc night's alarms, he bad almost swooned. Ho stared from one to the other, discrediting tho evidence of his eyes, yet the leau, sallow face was certainly Andy's, and the piquant brunette was as certainly Nurse Dora. '1 cannot realise it's you,' be said in credulously. 'Actual flesh and blood, thc two who went through the Southbournc fire.' 'And were not consumed. Yes. it's thc same pair, and we arc real. I assure you.' 'Where have you been?' he demanded, and they replied In turn. 'We've been In Fran...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

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Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE AUTUMN TURF CAMPAIGN SATURDAY CAULFIELD FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

I THE AUTUMN TURF CAMPAIGN' BY 'PILOT' SATURDAY'S CAULPIEL.L) FORM. I It was n Sydney day at Caulfield on Saturday loFt. and results compensated T. Puyten and 1. F. Scully for the aggravating luck they experienced during recent mecttngs at Rand wick. As_l mentioned last week, Scully made no secret of lila belief that Burrl would ui knst give tho Otvklelgh Plnte a shaking, and, furthermore, that trainer Is not without hope of the black colt polling off the Newmarket, iiurrl's form at this particular stage Is a rnther fortunate happcnjng for his breeder, Mr. II. Hour nc. as It Is fairly certain It will lend to the discovery of numerous good points— whlrh might otherwise have gone unnoticed— in timer's yearlings. Cider's performance In tho St. George Stakes *as meritorious, but I was told, by one who witnessed tho race that tho fact of being ac tually last to move did not tell ngainsl Cider as much as might bo supposed, the pace for tho first furlong or so being rather slow. The rare w...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

HON. SECRETARIES OF CLUBS, AND | READERS GENERALLY. ARE REQUESTED ^ TO NOTE THAT LETTERS TO THE ' -i 'SATURDAY REFEREE' SHOUUJ REACH THE OFFICE IF POSSIBLE ON THURSDAY ' : r AMft_L4TESt .gw FRinAY MOeHIKOL '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

There' s a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. ? The above is a pliotograplilc reproduction ot a sronp CaKen recently. Tho FIRST (bat no other) aeraher of this group who presents himself at the 'SaTHEDAT EEFEKEE ARB ARROW' OFFICE. 136-13S Castlercash-slrcct. AX1) IS IDENTIFIED as BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will bo paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern themselves la this will bp taacrstood to,.asrco to accept tho paper's decision as iinal. Thc bualneaa o£ Identification will bo entrusted to a member ot tho 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW Staff. ANOTHER SNAPSHOT l'UOTOGltAl'IUC COMPETITION will appear In next Issue, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR THE -SATURDAY: REFEREE AND Tlpi ARROW' PKOTOCitAl'HEii iu the litrccls o; Sydney. ' ? ?

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TURF GOSSIP BY "THE SCOUT" ASCOT RACES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

I TURF GOSSIP ? j- ® B' 'THE SC0UT-' © j ; ASCOT RACES. ££?£ f '? BAtURDAV; FEBRUARY 22.' 3SS5/'^- .noviob; HAxbicAP : XSjgV;' : ' I-'Irst Division : SJiSU ; 'klNGEIEU)' or SOME DAV.' Ki*«7' Soconrt Division : , ' HAPPY KIT or RAPIDO. -&«*»! ? VLYINO HANDICAP : RYLSTOXB .LASSIE ? ? ?? 'J ,','Long Loch .. .-j .. .. .. ?? ?? 3 !£S3: ¥fiyRTEEN HANDS MAIDEN1 'HANDICAP : . ;.I,AURIET 4. : ? ? ??? i -? ? Hcri-OJiwy ..,?»? . -? ??.?? ??! V'J .Maw,- FrltbUcld) .. .. - . ' ' FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP: — r . SINFIELD ? ? ?? } Miss Noni ? ? 'iv ?? ** ' ' ^ £.£'? , ArchncSs. . .. .. ? ? ?? 'JSS ENCOURAGE STAKES : ^?'?-GOLDEN tips'.. .. .. - 1 -*:? vUnclc Jim .{ .... ' ? ? - j| 'Lady Sydney .. »'? ,*i ?? — f 3 ?' ' ' ICOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP: HAIJRIANT ? ? ?? ?? ?? '? Liftlft/Jhck ? ?? ?? - W co 'Loch' .: ? ? — -- 3 ' t; A'SCOT HANDICAP s ariluk;;.;. ? 1 Mavus ?* ?? ? 2 Postlllto .. ~ ®

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING WORLD. ARE THE DEST BOXERS ALWAYS ENCOURAGED [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

BOXING WORLD. J I j* BY 'SOLAR PLEXUS.'1 j* *RE THE DEST BOXERS ALWAYS 1 ENCOURAGED ? The most ill-used man In the gara«» is Jack Clarke, a good, genuine boxer, eve r willing, only to oblige in three-round spans or with ? rough-up against any boxer in training at ttv Stadium. Yet he has been side-stepped re r^atcdl f. Clarke relinquished a good position in antici pation of being matched some time baclt, but pfKr going to the expense and (rouble or training for a week or two, he found the matc.i was off. | A month ago Clarke's backer put up for him to box Pat Bradley on the flrBt oppor tunity. After Clarke defeated Godfrey at Brisbane on Saturday night. it looked- a err tcinty that he and Pat would meet, hut tho Stadium management again turned Jack down by matching nradley and Godfrey. This ap parently annoyed Bradley's backer so much that he drew his £25. Clarke's backer, how ever, need have no qualms about It, for Pat hJm?elf will make the amount Rood, and is wil ling to increase i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

Warwick Farm tbia afternoon. Also a pony anil galloway meeting at ABCot; While the V.A.T.C. Autumn meeting will bo irought to a close at Caulfield. t Thc Kensington Racing Club holds Its next meeting on March 5. for which nominations close at G'p.m* on Thursday, the 27th irtst, Tho New Zealand mare Crnclnclla, who la again back in the. Dominion, recently foaled a Ally to Alawa at Wanganui. Thc opening meeting ot tne Wyong Park Rac ? * Ing Club is a fixture for Thursday next, tho 27th inst.. when tho first. race will start at 1.45 p.m. Special trains will lcavo Central Railway Station at 0.55 and 10.50 a.m. Visitors can get back to Sydney by first special return train at 7.20 p.m. Thc slander action In which the hurdle rider H. A. Scastream &ued F. G. O'Neill for damage* was concluded nt the County Court, Melbourne, on Tuesday. The Jury returned a verdict for Scastream, assessing ihe damages at £100 for slander aud £300 for false imprisonment, with costs. The manner in which ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

NEW SOUTH WALES FOOTBALL LEAGUE. a, nui„ wm bc hd- &sl s-|,ll';v.— Mi-itaiy -1. 1 1 vile I'avl Hull, . t \\ illuim^trcet. naIn'I» ';~31 1-X I)A v* l ll,lu;'*v -1' Tow» Han, mi. J.tfiMV, IVhruuiy '.'j, St. (ieorge'i IIhII, Ncwimuh. ' I ddu'itute»,,-_.j i.nssp ay, February -7, Grand View hotel. Paddlugleii. Nerib ^'crry. — .-u,.\'uAV, March 3. Friendly Scci H* .« Hall, North Sviiner, South t\vd»ey.— -Tl l-SDAV , 'ilarch 4, Town Hall, Nedforu. AU Sui'Dcrtcrii e.r; icmicstcd to Roll Up. A. 11. LITTLE, lion. Sctk. 4 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

h The PILCHEKS f. ?. ? ... ? I COME, WRITE, OR WIRE || to t; : ASCOT | | TO-DAY jstv ? DOING BUSINESS ON ALL RACES AT f|: . WARWICK Newmarket and Australian Cup ' Doncaster and Sydney Cup. LAST DAYS of THE DRUIDS' £1000 ART UNION. £1000 TICICETS FROM AGENTS OR R. A. BARRY, SEC., ISO PITT STREET, SYDNEY. 'The Globe' In every issue of ' The Globe there are accounts of New Inventions and also of n?w Scientific Dis coveries. Likewise particulars of Work and Wages the world over. All questions are answered. ' The Globe ' is marvellous value at a penny. THE GLOBE In every issue of ' The Globe' there are very entertaining and profitable Prize Competitions FOR MEN AND WOMEN AND BOYS AND GIRLS ' The Globe ' is marvellous value at a penny. 'The Globe' [ In every issue of ' The Globe ' there are Fascinating Stories Not only fiction— the best fiction obtainable— but Real Life Stories from all parts of the world. ' The Globe' is marvellous value at a penny. How to make money by keeping Poultry. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

'' * Quality Always Tells' BUCHANAN'S 'BLACK and WHITE' WHISY FACILE PRINCEPS SEMPER IDEM Smoke fj 'SUNCIL' | The PERFECT Pipe Tobacco I awS.tpia Highest Grade Vlrslnlan. Jj ^||j||! jL Awarded 4 Gold Medals. | *11 1 wj Dark or Light. | fj» | o' zr. - s/-&e, ft li 'I ORDER ? NOW, g ql MICK SIMMONS, LTD. % Head Depot: HAYMARKET, SYDNEY t \ BRANCHES: CITY, SUBUR93, „nd NEWCASTLE. f ?5 ? - ? . ii i .j 1 1 ii ii j ? i ? £ WARWICK FARM RACES (TO-DAY), SATURDAY Horse Races. First Race, 2.10. 146 Entries. The Co'jpc jn C.ool Cor.-litirn. Remits of Futurity and ? '.Ir: V.A.I.C. wUI be wtied ?lirtct frcm CauIKchl to the Speci.il Train* Rich: en thc Raceeourje will run at Frequent lut* -j- mal-, cm Train kATiQA ?SPKC'IAL TRAIN?: H^ffj', 11; Pa^enprr-, 12.6. 12.J2, V:.V\ !C ; s. i.v). IM MKDIATK RKTI ItN AlTKR LAST RACK, RKA C H1N-! S\M\M .Ml'! r ? ? ? II. n. PVNPQ. Sfrrftarv. ASCOT RACES, ASCOT THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON 2 p.m. FIRST RACE 2 p,mi SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES. T...

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ASCOT RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 NOVICE HANDICAP—1 furlongs [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

ASCOT RACES. SATl'RDA Y, FEBRUART 22. / NOVICE HANDICAP— I furlongs. - * lb - #: Jb S»nur .. ? ? 9 0 Orphan Boy .. .. .. 7 7 liing&cld ? ,..57 S«fet Success .... 77 (ilad Heart ? s 7 Rainbow ? ? 7 7 Martin B ? e d Lady Alice ? 7 7 Trustworthy'..'.. ..S3 Sir hcnley .. .. ..77 Some Day ? i t, Nara .. .'. .. .. .. 7 7 Dainty Girl ? 5 3 Stepper .. .. .. ..77' Brownie ? S 3 Black Pet .. ,. 7 71 Lady ilaclcay .. ... s 2 Happy Kit .. .'. '..7 7 ! Silver Ray ? SO Snuilitown .. J. 7 I Airant* ? 7 12 Bouipicc ? 7 1 Waltz Dream .. .. 7 12 Fair Ladv .. .' 7 7 I Cumnork ? 7 12 Alcion.. * ? ' 7 7 Cherry niot.*em .. 7 10 L.V.o ? ' 7 7 | Lady Ahcia ? 7 9 \irginiati Maid V. *77 Meddler ? ? 7 7 Sable Mab ? | 7 7 Sm?ltan ? ^.7 7 Jtapido .. .. .. ..77 Ladv Canada ? 7 7 Xliandy .. ]] 7 - llalbcot .. .. .. ..7 7 Oralctta .. ,. ' - - Siege Girl .. .. ,.7 7 .. .. i , FLYINO HANDICAP.— 6 furlongi. Lord Hjutboy .. .. 10 0 Dalbaxel ? ^ o Mavus .. ? ? .. J'1 m Cjrninispt'ct ** ^ LorcJey .. ? ? 9 4 Ftar...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FOOTBALL. THE NORTHERN UNION AND THE N.S.W. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

FOOTBALL. THE NORTHERN UNION AND THB N.S.W. LEAGUE, (By 'FORWARD,' IN THE 'ATHLETIC NEWS.**) The official reply from the N.S, Wales Leagu* In respect to the refusal of the Northern Union to accept an invitation from the Colonial Lcagua for next season Is not yet due. But the Colo nial temperament has sho^n Itself In a rather unexpected manner. 1 have had this week a communication from Sydney which tells mo that they aic expecting to have the pleasure of entertaining a Northern Union team next June und nart of July. I um told that only a modest programme will be arranged, as 'they realise that any curtail* ; ment at the British season would not be prac ticable ' The programme Is to be so arranged that (he team will finish Ita engagements In i Englan:!, then sail to . Sydney, nnd be back in England by the third week in Augu3t. ASKING FOR ANOTHER REFUSAL. 1 rather admire this sample of Colonial op timism. Bui none the less 1 am afraid tho:o responsible for the idea will have a rude awa...

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AMONG THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

AMONG THE JUNIORS. The Inter-Associat'on final, Western Suburbs v. Centennial Park, drawn on Anniversary Day, will not be re-played, as it Is Impossible :o obtain a suitable ground and a vacant date. Western Suburbs scored 294, and Centennial I'ark 174 for nine wickets, so the former ap peared to have the game well in hand. Eastern Suburbs clubs, after the next round, will bo split into two divisions— the leading six In one, und the remainder in the other. As trophies will be presented to the winners cf each division, there has been some man oeuvring amongst clubs which were desirous of figuring in the lower grade, in preference to the higher division, where th» proepects of ulti mate victory were remote. ? !f the committo were to rescind their pre vious decision, and to give trophies to the win* r*er& and runn^rs-up in the 'A' Grade, and no j rizes to the premiers of the lower division, the biters would be bltteu. Better still, why not. wipe out medals for the individual me...

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ATHLETIC GOSSIP POPULAR WEDNESDAY GATHERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

I ATHLETIC GOSSIP I j © By 'MENTOR.' .) ^ j I POPULAR WEDNESDAY GATHERINGS. I The attendance of competitors at tho electric light meeting held at tho Sydney Sport3 Ground on Wednesday evening was very satisfactory, and these gatherings appear to be now much more popular than the Saturday afternoon fix tures. Thc programme of 19 events was pro vided by the Botany, East. Sydney, Marrickville, Newtown, Redfern, and 1...1.C.A. Harriers, cach club's handicaps being well supported. Thiu was particularly noticeable in the sprint races. The prizes were well distributed, as no com petitor was successful in more than one event. An item which has found favor with thc amateur athletes is the standing broad jump, the performances in this branch showing an improvement each week. On Wednesday night G Glblett, of thc Botany Club, was credited with clearing 9ft. 21n„ the best yet recorded at these meetings. Another fair performance in the Botany events *was J. McGrath's winning effort In the 140yds ...

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AUSTRALIAN RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

AUSTRALIAN RULES. The hou. secretary of the Now South Walti* Football League (Mr. A. M. Little) advertise; the following club meeting In connncctlon witl the inauguration of district football:— East Syd ney, Monday. 24th Inst.: Hyde Park Hall, 7J William-street; Balmain. Monday, JUth Inst,, Town Hall, Balmain; Newtown, Tuesday, 25th i.nst., St, George's Hall, Newtown: Paddington, Thursday. 27th Inst., Grand View Hotel. Pad dington; North Sydney, Monday, March 3, Friendly Societies' Hall, North Sydney; South Sydney, Tuesday, March i, Town Hall. Redfern. The Sydney meeting took placo on Wednesday at the Sports Club, and was well atttended. The .prospects of a strong club being formed at Balmain are excellent. Mr. H. 'Chesney Harte, for many years lion, secretary of tha League, resides in Balmain district, and has gathered together a strong working committee, embracing Messrs. F*. Wilton, T. Vannan, H. Bruce, H. .Cave, and other enthusiasts well known in connection with the game. Repor...

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