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

MAKE A NOTE. i[ SYDNEY SPORTS GROUND I THIS AFTERNOON, ATHLETICS 3i!D CYCLE TBfllNING. 9 Tl.KSDAY NKJ11T, 23 1 1. .: KLKCTRIC LltJllT SI'ORTS, ATlll.KTICS. .ml CYCl.K TRAINING. Vi*:iintf Aina* |B tvur C.v i-lisi'- to be 'pre«er.i. WKDNKSDAY NICIIT. 2tith ; l'Y- I.ISTS' I'MON (Ol X'IRY CHAMPIO.VSnU1 CARNIVAL. Adnii.-Jicn, 1;.' FRIDAY NKJIIT, L'Mh : KIJXTRlC I.KJIIT M'ORTS, ATIILKTK S. a:-d CYCl.K TRAINING Vi/iti»S Amat'ur 9 ( y(l{.-t«- ta*inc part. TO'liA Y WKKK (SAT., MARCH ]-: ATHLETICS .,-1 ( VCLF TRAlNINii. Si.eciaL Item : FROFFSSIONAl. WM t'HAMPlONSHIl* ««.' N.S.W., 3-MlLi: WALK, FRANK MOWKKR \\ . T.'.RTK. . , H MONIMY. MAJiL'H 3 : CYCLls'7V I'MO.V At Sl'RAl. ASIAN ( -tf A MP/ONSf/IP CARNIVAL. Adnua&icn, Li WEDNhSDAY, MARCH 5 : ELECTRIC LIGHT SPORTS, ATHL1.TICS and CYCLE TRAINING. 9 DON'T FORGET TO COME. , B ADMISSION (.cxcept where otherwUc stated), W; Ludici accompanied by gfatlenfcn, Free. ??

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

RUGBY UNION. Tlie^Miyi ojanual social rc-union of Y.M.C.A. Club will 5c held on Thursday next, at thu Y.M.C.A. Hall. ' 'Springbok' (Xcutral Bay) : The records ot the three teams in the Old Countrvlarc as fol low : — Point*. v. , , , M. WV P. I-. For. Sew Zealand .... 32 31 U I S30 39 South Africa (1).. 26 1 ^ tiOS K.'i Australia ? ;p» .|2-, 347 South Africa (2) 20 23 0 3 403 00 Allan Scott, who died on Tuesday, was pro minent both as a player and footbnll legisla tor. He was one of tbo ablest forwards in the old Randwlck team, with whom he missed hardly one match In several years. With the coming of tho local system he as sisted in forming the Glebe Club, and was a very keen teem organiser for the club. He was also a member of tho Metropolitan Rugby Union, and c-ne of the selection committee, A number of his old associates were present at the funeral on Wednesday, amongst them being Messrs. J. R. Henderson, W. W. Hill, Arthur Scott, S. A. Middlcton, Arthur Kidman ' Ucoigc Walker, an...

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

CRICKET BAT REPAIRS. CAI-L OS WJTIf if TIP u'» a-lt Rtua'rer e' , gli&Afff'&HS, Victor Trumper', At 57 King St Arcade. (Over J. PeaTsoa'i.) ? TENNIS RACQUET REPAIRS, ^ l SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan deery & co. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. SYDNEY SPORTS PErOT (cpp. Hotel Auttralil). 38 Caettareagh Street Sydney. PETERSHAM OVAL. THIS DAYi FIRST GRADE PRICKET MATCH. PETERSHAM I. v. WAVERLEY I. ADMISSION TO PARK. (1.1. PAVILION, M KXTKA. SYDNEY SMITH, Jl'N., Hsu. Sec.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS THE TESTIMONIAL TOPICS GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

I CRICKET AND CRICKETERS I THE TESTIMONIAL TOPICS. BY 'GULLIVER.' GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS. The First Grade matrhes commenced last *-/--ek nrovided a few surprises, the most note* vert by jn its bearing on the premiership belm: i-.dney v. University, at the Oval. There should : n tolerably largo and keenly interested crowd u-day to view tho finish. The 'Varsity put a -weakened eleven into thy field, seeing that three of the beat players, C. Tozer, X. 31. Gregg. and'R. J. A. -Massle, wer,* , representing the State : but, even so, the re sources of the tlub are bo strong that Sydney j Strict, at Its best, should not ucfcnt them under equal conditions. Tho Sydney men. on deciding to keep a place fn H. L. Collins, took what seemed a risk, and when they won the toss and aeut the 'Varsity .11 on a good wicket, that risk seemed Intensi fed. But the position to-day is that Sydney have scored 110 run# for loss of two wickets in reply to tbo 'Varsity's 2SS. It is therefore cpeu. Tho first 'Varsi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SOME REMINISCENCES. IN CRICKET. REV. E. F. WADDY TALKS OF BIG DAYS AND BIG MEN IN CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

SOME REMINISCENCES. IB CRICKET. ? « ? REV. E. F. WADDY TALKS OF BIG DAYS AND BIG HEN IN CRICKET. While at Colombo, during the vacation, the Rev. E. F. Waddy was interviewed by the 'Ceylon Sportsman.' In answer to a question as 'to his having indeed a place in the l'.'o:, Australian team for Kngland he said : 'Yes, I was unfortunate. I did fnlrlv well that season. The strangest part of if is that I never had an idea, at the star; of the season, that I could ever play In big cricket, but It happened In this way : Having batted well in Grade matches. I was given a place iti tho New South Wales XL In the trial mn'ch, when pro mising colts are tested. I got something like SO ' in that match, and consequently they made me j twelfth man fo meet the South Australian team. ; l didn't think it worth while getting leave from1 school to go on a long tour, and Just act as I spectator in the pavilion, but fortunately for mc before the team left I was asked to form one of the eleven, as Trumper wa...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS. SECOND GRADE GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS. (By 'RAMBLER.') SECOND-GRADE GOSSIP. ! As a result of the first day's play in the tenth round WavecJey II. will retain the position at the bead of the Second Grado table, and in addition there is a possibility of increasing the three points lead from Paddington II. Waverlcy against Lelchhardt scored 226 to 73 and one for S, consequently a two points win is assured, and an outright victory is probable. Paddington batted the whole afternoon for 2S0 runs against Glebe, consequently anything bel ter than a first innings win appears unlikely, and a defeat or a drawn game is not an Im possibility. University, who are lying in the third position three points behind Paddington, obtained against Balmain ut Bircbgrove, and will need to dismiss the home team twice this afternoon to mantalu a position that will give them a chance of overhauling Paddington and WaveMey. However, though Waverley will probably bo benefited by the tenth round shuffling, sufficient engagements ...

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

The annual picnic of the Federated Jewellery Watchmakers, and Allied Trades Union of Aus tralia (New South Wales Rraneh) will hold the annual pl--nlc at the Avenue, Lane Cove River to-day. Full particulars arc given in the ad vertisement on page 3.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SAILING THE BASIN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

SAILING j (By 'TOM CRINGLE.') THE I3ASIN CUP. Old Father Ncjtuno provided a turbulent sen | las'. Saturday, cona:qu?iitly the stcimer Emu, who tarried yachting enthusiasts over the out t-ldo coursv W Broken Day nnd l»:ck to t-cc this event decided, pltchcd und torscd to mch an extent, thut a dry spot wna hard to llnd. Tho llukey and varying wind was not at all satisfac tory from a yacht-sailer's point of view, though It favored the smaller yachts. Aoma put up a sood performance, and was ut tlm«»s brilliant. SaVOniira nf»nln in..* ....il. .. be regretted, as she should have shone over r.uch a course, though she would have had her work cut out to heat Rawhltl, who fairly romped along In the rough water, und was well handled by her part-owner, Mr. K. IS. Saycr, Culwulla was sailed Just as keenly, nnd had not thc wind not taken off on the run to port, would have clipped a few minutes on* the winner's time. If persistency and UcemuT.H »? boat home llrst, Walter Marks and his crew will ye...

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

ROWING | © By 'AQUA.' © James Paddon'fc succoes against Alfred Felton proved a surprise to many. Though the Evans Head man was expected to put up a grand race. It was not anticipated that his speed would 'lave enabled him to ho with Felton ut the inik\ It was rather thought that he would make his attack at the two-mile post. Felton was dca i \ rowed out and beaten on his merits by a better nan. Felton Is no mug with thc sculls. Thc man who could keep with Charlie Towns and ulti mately defeat him so handsomely, is deserving of credit, and the fact that Felton's perform ances ure so good makes Paddon's win even th 3 more creditable. Ono must not run away I vuh thc Idea that Paddon 1h h world-beater. He is not yet, but he Is In the process of be coming one. Harry Floyd, who picked him out as a man good enough to row Pcarce, has sucii confidence lu him as to wont to *ieo him matched against Pertrcc, In earnest of this, and to prove that his efTorta to secure a match from Pcarce were qui...

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V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, ST. CLAIR TRIAL. Of 200 sovs; Second [?] and third [?] sovs. 6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY— SATL'UDAY. FEBRUARY CC. ST. CI.V1I1 TRI.Vl.. O! 200 J0V!.-, tteoiid .'i and thiril !.'? M-v-. 6 turlcmp. VTi. ;,,r, a: 1 p,„.) tt ^ Uriggart ? r l.trtsionc ? «» Lord Jlolnun ? - n Kit ham ? r- ^ lotnfnnc ? 7W Jfert.hna ? r' ^ Hea'.fcc: Go ? T 10 (ViuUiati:; ? 6 * Atance ? 7.7 I'aieJle* ? 6 * t'arrawnv ? ? 7 0 I'arrakeltya ?? ?? ?? ' 4 Kilbride ? 7 0 t'neca ? 6 ^ Arnisdalc ? 7 n l.ornes ? 0 » Herd Lad ? 7 7 Aerial Queen .. .. t- « I'etadetia ? ? .. 7 0 Khiriu ? ? -1 « iantlcy ? U 10 Nevlovc ? * * ALMA STAKES. OI 300 so. i. 0 furlongs. (To star, at 2 p.m.) Arronfom ? ? 13 Linuatlon ? J J Maltravers ? S 13 llcllanli ? 7 7 First Shot ? S 11 stratiform ? ? » Andelo^ia .. .. .. s 11 t'ampus ? ? 7 3 -Dhuldtil ? 5 RaJranaM ? 7 3 Fubulu* ? * Miilv Hiltcn ? ^ * I'ink'-rton ? ? 3 Kintrsbi.rzh ? J } r.irn« ? Allan-ferd ? « * TaMnz.il ? ? » *Jran-l ? ? 1 Wl-e K-r.g ? 2 t'o*no*a ? ; 1 Ab^cn-; ? ** I '-n4T'r ? ? »? ' 1 A.roic ? SI .V Stands Hero .. .. « 13 Ocrr...

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WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, FLYING HANDICAP. (To start at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

WARWICK FARM RACES, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. FLYING HANDICAP. {To itiri at 2.10 p.m.) A handicap of 75 #o*ts. : veend hor^e 10 «ovi„ and ho*ie o Jove, j torn the prise, u iurlonp. -: lb Mr. H. Cohen'« b h OIHANDRA. .'vr? ? 10 10 Mr. J. I.loyd'5 br s BAULKY WATKR, aped .. .. 5 It Mr. .!. W. XoudV br la DKBl'TANTK, lyr« .... s :» Mc^ftv. |. H. Andrews and 'Nonnati llastins's' b h I*ONTANO. 4vr* ? ? 5 4 Mr. T. Duyer'i- ch c ASHBV, 5vr» ? ^ 0 .Mr. 'Th«v. MurrfockV* Mk z TORt'f.A. «»'rs « -? Mr. 3t llarrii' br g WKHJMBLK, 5yr» ? 7 I- Mr. S. Kielder'.i b g AIJ. fJOOD. 3vr.«, inc. 3lb pen. 7 I Mr. .1. T. Price'* ch v. SAI.AUINO^ :tyr« ? 7 2 Mr. J. K. O'Brien'* br t MARASt'A. ;tvrs ? 7 Oi Mr. J. A. Ma%o * br h I»K. HAUT, 4\t- ? 7 »» I Mr. W. K. Whv.r'* U f ZINITA. :tvn ? 12 ] -Mr. 'K*. 5. llacf.codV* br i TIPPf.K. .Ivr* ? « 12 Mr. 'K. S. M-ukendV* br m MISS I.AN(!TO.V. 4w rt V Mr. K. K. A. Outlcy's b z Til K SJOOTHKR, 3yr- .. U 7 FARM STAKES. (To start at 2.40 p.m.) A handicap of 73 *ov». Sec...

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To-day's Racing Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

To-day's Racing Programme. Warwfcfc Farm Race#.— First race. 2.10 p.m. Special train# will leave Central Railwav Station iollow : 11 a.m. (honwM. 12.0, 12.10, 12. St, 12.50, l.fc and 1.20 p.m. As»cot Races.— Kirn race, 2 p.m. Special trams at frequent intervals to and irom thc Rate* ot the cour*c.

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ! n M. (Newtown) : Piastre was third to Duke I-cote and Eudorus in the last Melbourne Slakes. J H. (Campsic) : There were seven starters v.hvn Nuwnra Eliya won the Flying Handicap it CHy Tattersali's meeting at Randwick last Oc tober. SUNBATH (Thirroul) : W. H. Smith won the Sydney Cup on Merlooias In lSJS.

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DO PROFESSIONAL BILLIARDISTS LOVE ONE ANOTHER? INMAN AND REECE HAVE A BREEZY DISPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

DO PROFESSIONAL BILLIAkDISTS LOVE ONE ANOTHER? AND REECE HAVE A BrtEKSV DISPUTATION. 'Good mornlns,' said Tom on .I-inujry 1!, as bo entered tbc room sec apart :'er liia mecttni; v.ith Inman at tbe Lanlon :-?rort*ittaa CfT(t3.' , ? Gccd uornins.' answered laraaa ln.u,coui-t«y manner. \ An escollcct beginning, tbat, to their' meet ing; but, aad to statc, compllmcnts liere started and finished, for lu the coursc oi a very animated discussion, in -which both waxed wu^m, the men lost their tempers, stood up and faced one another across a table, shook ihelr fmgers. and at parting failed to say 'uood-byc. iua thirteen years' rivalry between the -men is as keen as ever. They had met for the purpose of /fising a match of 1S,000 up level for £300 aside, Inmau having accepted a challenge issued on behalf ot Reeco by bis North-country supporter, Mr. J. CM. Kenwortby. After a little argument a fen unmeant compliments, sarcastic asides, saxe cross talk, tho men gradually came to -terms to play t...

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BILLIARDS INTER-INSTITUTE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

I BILLIARDS'! j ® (By 'WALER.') ® j INTER- INSTITUTE CHAMPIONSHIP. , Thc annual intcr-lnstitutc championship will i eommooic about May end alieudy the committee j of delegates Id getting things in order for tho I competition for Ilclrou and Smith's silver | shield. This in the second shield given by tho j Castlcreagh-strect firm, thc llrst, which had to be won three times In all, or twice In succcs- | slon. being secured by Glebe, who were success- 1 ful In liilo and 1911, after Botany had won In tho initial year. Now, however, possession for any district Is decidedly more difficult, as It eannot be obtained under three consecutive suc cesses. So ihero is a great possibility of a large number of winners having their names inscribed before any institute can claim thc trophy for Itself. Manly won last year, and earned thc right to InsUl It at the Institute for a year. The conditions of the competition arc: Eight players aside, graded and registered In order, and 'home and homo' matche...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS WARWICK FARM RACES. (BY "PILOT") FLYING HANDICAP; [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS] WARWICK FARM RACES. (By 'PILOT.') I FLYING HANDICAP : T)R. HART ? 1 Zinita ? ? - All Good ? 3 FARM STAKES : MAI-THUS ? : ? 1 Si'arlcttn Trent ? Dllnd Murphy ? ? ? a LIVERPOOL .MILE : MASTER FLAVUS ? ? 1 Pcronolla .. ?? ? ? - Kins Broomstick ? ? ? .3 JUVENILE HANDICAP : LORD ROUVRAY ? ? Molcnc ? ? - Cedilla ? ? 3 WARWICK HANDICAP : CASHMORE ? ? 1 N.s.w ? ? : AdRlo ? ? ? ? ? 3 PACE WELTER : DEBUTANTE ? I Salarlno ? - ? Dr. Hart ? — (By 'THE SCOUT.') FLYING HANDICAP : DEBUTANTE ? J Dr. Hart ? ? - Tornfa ? ? 3 '* FARM STAKES : SCARLETTE TRENT ? ? 1 , Cheyenne ? ? ? 2 Blind Murphy ? ? ? 3 LIVERPOOL MILE : PERONELLA .. .. .. .. .. ...... 1 Momarjay ? ? ? .. i. 2 Truxton King ? ? 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP: GOLD GIFT or LORD ROUVRAY. WARWICK HANDICAP : N.S.W ? ? .. .. ;. .. .. .. 1 Cashmorc ? 2 En Haui ? 3 PACE WELTER : Dr. HART ? 1 Must&pha ? 2 NookWh ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 3

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

ON THE TRACK. | RANDWICK. Thursday. Some iiffful work waa put through nn thc tan track thi* titotmh?. Browlre brat u companion over £i\ fur lone* in l.W. A#f«irIoug leas distance wji run hy Tonila and Hot Air i' !.#? Molenc and Mineral Hill *tmrted half » mill.' i:» .Wee. Itrisfit Laddie ua,« responsible for a strotn: round. I'u Hunt led Debutante at the rml nf liw turlonu-s run, in !..*«. Revenge ran u strong round, and Mi nent freely over nnlt a imle. Dominant aud ratrimony registered ''ven furlong* iu l.ar». h.rtiard 1 ran t\ ste*dy round, nnd hint? llroonutirk put five ftir- ' pa-t in l.r-J. Wool and Kyn*furd bent fiticiiinatri ' !.-v pittMfcorih ti'in. N.S.W. tan .ncvcij furlong# in 'Seierul '.-jwciaN' «r»p run on the middle cra-s track. Which h:»«l 1'CCN lilted lor fntne lime. l.efa put it, a j -:ron* round, Voli.lo ran mx furlong in l.tf). Jacamar. rot c?.ten»led, and there w.i- nothing to choo-v ' v«.vn CoMen H:»|i and My Cavotini at the end nf *Ik\ run in Flaxen wen: steadi...

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NEWCASTLE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

NEWCASTLE LETTER. (FROM 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE' SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES There Is no lack of racing In this and all northern districts. Armldale had three days, and there was Maltlam! last Saturday. Qul nr.dl has two days this week, and there are to ha. Wyong on Thurslay and Wallsend ou Satur-. day. On»; follower of the sport Informed me he will be attending four days llth week and four r.ext ! Maltland meeting was not as good as usual, twins to the rain and the three days up north. Tbe regular meetings in Sydney and thc Caul field and 'Melbourne fixtures also take some of the gilt off. But, all things considered, there Is a fair CL-try for Wallsend, where the racing should be s'ood, foV. tbe class will he more equal than if one' or two- of thc top-notchcrs were en gaged. - * * !. ' Voaloabe has^gone over for his Melbourne engagements. 1 understand he was hackt-1 a bit ar. the Armldale meeting. He wouM have been all the better for more time In. the southern capital, and can scarcely d...

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V.A.TC. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913

V.A.TC. AUTUMN MEETING, The above fixture will be concluded thi? after- j neon, and though Sydney horses may scarcely j do as well as last -week, they should pick up a race or two. For the various events 1 like— ST. CLAIR TRIAL : THE LINTIE ? ? l Lord Holmau ? 2 CooJaiaatong .. — ? ? 2 ALMA ST A ICES ; EUBULUS .. - _ .. _ .. 1 MHly Hilton ~ ? ? ? 2 . Azoic ? ? ? 3 , WOODCLIFFE HANDICAP : GOLDEN POINT .. ? ? ? l ! Rlffian ? ? ? ? .. .. 2 Iliad ? ? ? .. 3 CAULFIELD FUTURITY STAKES; EUDORUS ? ? 1 Ireland ? ? .. .. .. .. .. 2 Cider .. .. .. i. .. .. .. .. .. 3 HAWKSBURN HANDICAP : SWEET MALT .. .. .. .. .... .. 1 Twa Brigs ? ? .. .. .. .. 2 Bcdloe ? ? ? .... 3

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

MOTORING. Two good motoring fixtures are set down for decision this afternoon. Tho tMotor Yacht Club and thc -Motor-cyclc Club of New South Walse ure thc promoting bodies. For the former there Is a programmo of motor-boat raccs, including a handicap for boats over 12 m.p.h., and a 'bang and go back' race at Rose Buy, and after tea a Venetian evening will take place at thc club-house. Tho 'bang and go back' race is a new kind of event, which really provides an automatic han dicap of its own. All classes of motor-boats are eligible to sturt in it, and all start from scratch at the sound of a pistol. They all race at top speed in the oue direction until another gun Is fired, when they turn nnd race back to starting line. First home wins. Tho Motor-cycle Club's fixture !ft the annual racing at Canterbury Park, for which, as usual, very heavy entries have been received. There will be two events, a three and five miles. On Monday evening the (Motor-cycle Club of New South Wales is holding...

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