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GORDON COGHILL AND SYD. FITZSIMMONS. BRIEF BUT INTERESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
GORDON C0GHII.L AND SYD. FITZSIMM0NS, BRIEF BUT INTERESTING. The first of thc Heavy-weight Elimination contests at tbe Stadium on Wednesday evening, was fought in the presence of n very fair at tendance— over 2«K»0 people. Thc cx-amatcur Australasian chumpion, Gordon Coghill, whose weight was given ns 12st 71b, and Syd. Fitzslm mons, as 12st 13Jlb, wore the antagonists, it being their second meeting. Fltzsimraons put up a plucky exhibition against Coghill in the semi-final of this year's Australasian amateur championships. Excepting in the first round, when Fltzalm mons swung a right that Just grazed thc jaw, Coghil] never looked a loser. Boxing with much more confidence than he ever displayed ditrlug tho many times he appeared in amateur bouts. Coghill seldom mnde a mistake. Thc timing wlih his powerful left was worthy of a seasoned boxer of thc old school. The beginning of the end came In thc third round, a heavy left swing in tho body did much damage to the plucky Fitz. Before he...
TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
TURF GOSSIP. Rosehlll this afternoon. At Flcmlngton a commencement will 'be maac With thc V.R.C. Autumn meeting. On Monday next entries closo for the Hawkcs bury R.C. meeting : also for the general events ot thc A.J.C. Autumn meeting. The runners for the 2-year-old race at Wa?*vick Farm Included Problematic, a half-brothdr . (by Posltano) to Solution, but it Is doubtful whether he will do any Rood this season. He may fare better as a, three-year-old.. During thc past season In America there wns a falllng-oft in tho number of new 2.10 pacers. Thc total wnsi'l— wherens ln 1011 thorc wns Juat one less than an. even 100. Thc new J.05 p'acevs, however, show u gain. There arc 16, against 11 ln 1911. , ' The increased prize-money allotted; by the A.J.C. for steeplechases nt Hand wick will bo ap preciated by Victorian and New Zealand own rn. They generally. -supply thc winners yt those events. The two-year-old colt St. Francis, by San Francisco from Mlsi- Gladys (dam of. Gladsome, Apologue,...
FISHING. WEEKEND TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
j FISHING. 1 (By 'PACIFIC.') ? I WKUli.K.NU TIDES. Mot ni tig. Afternoon. To- ? 3.2 .. 3.40 To- ioiv ? 1.13 ,. 1.10 v Add proximately) Go nunutcs for Newcastle, La JVtou$e ott Hacking, ai'.d h'ans Souci; I liour tor Hawko ' Bridge. Cowan, and Conio; 1} hour. Be rowta; lours, Woy Woy and Point Clare; 2| houia, Gc&iord The Bnateur Fishermen's Association will held npatins at the Hawkcsbury to-morrow. Vwo l have been donated by Mr. R. J. Gothics HAND 3POTS. Sydt Harbor. — Red bream and kingfish nr-2 'V^elng '-v;ht,. but not in largo numbers, oil ..Quaru io Station. Rolr mid bcnolH-thc hnrbor considerably, .is thj iis tve gone uj» thf estuaries. Rod bream nte tni plentiful up .Middle Harbor. Fort i-liing.— Whiting are fairly plentiful oil the i!ul P.laek bream i* nd llathead and nquire | have ilbeer. nbtained. and somo big jenflsh. ll:tivj|)ury River.— Pnrtics llshing near Dan gat- lr#I and Hroadwa'.-r landed some nh:-.' vhitlrlnd flathcad. Far tip the river tailer aro pllful.
BOXING WORLD. BY "SOLAR PLEXUS." STADIUM FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
I BOXING WORLD. I * * BY M SOLAR PLEXUS.' - - STADIUM FIXTURES. To-night, 8. 3D : Alf Morey v. Frank Picato. Wedne*dar, March ,*j : Chitrllr (.Jodfrcy v. Fat Bradley. Saturday, March £ : .Jack Ularkr \. Hoy Kenny. . 'Wednesday, Jfjrch 12 : Winner of Poolry-Kwcr^ contcst and G. Coghill. . . Saturday, March l.'» : Leu. O'Donnrl! v, Dave Srmth. WcdnwAiv, March II) : Jack Clarke and winner of Lr»-i' ley«Godfrry contest. Satuidav, March -J : J. Summers v. F. Fieato. Easter Monday, March 2* : Jerry Jerome v. net:. Mnhroou It U probable that Jack Head will l«' oppo'cn y' either Keys or Moirv on a date following tl»«* ' mentioned above, and that 1HU SqniTcs w»ll nuU- w r^-entrj* into the came by merlins the winner of tlie O'Dcnncll'Smith match.
SCOTT MEMORIAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
SCOTT MEMORIAL FUND A r.uggcction was made to the Bowls Asociatlon by ihe (.porting bodies v.-hich a.e managing ttnfl atteinocnr, larnival at thc Stadium in aid of tne S'.ott Memorial Kuud to postpone Saturday's gumca and Join in the protcasion. Tho presi Ocnt, in mentioning tho matter, thought tho ante than that, and morcd that the aecretary (Mr. Shn'tlorthj Bbould issue subccrlptloo lists to the various clubs, nnd tbo club secretaries fchouhj forwatd the money so raised to the Lord Mayor's Ktuid. Mr. Coulton (Randwlck) suggested that It would be hotter for the club secretaries to »end their collections direct to Mr. Shadforth, because r.oine ot the r^mnller clubs might (eel tndltlcrer4 about scuding in their amounts for publication if they did uot come up to expectations. Ho thought It would be better If thc amount sene In was one solid donation from the bowlers of New South Wales. The chairman acccptcd tho suggestion. of trouble could be saved the cecrctaries if tho Association v...
SURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
SURF GOSSIP. (13y 'SHARK-BAIT.') The Manly Seagulls' second annual Eurf car nival at South Steync was witnessed by 500 people. Thc procession, headed by tho Manly Hand, started (rom the Manly wnarf at 2.45. and marched to the ocean beach, where they were Joined by the other clubs In order to tako part In thc graud parade on the beach. It was the poorest procession one has seen at a suij carnival. The three best events were the Alarm Red Race, Submarine Explosion by the Royal Engi neers, and tbo Surf Relay Racc. lu the Alarm Reel Race Hardwlck and Wright donned the belts for M.S.C., and Dr. C. Smith for North Stcyne. They arc three champions. This race caused great excitement. Hardwlck touched thc buoy three seconds before Wright, with Smith third. The submarine explosion was a wonderful sight. The mine was laid about 200 yards from the shore. Thc explosion sent thc spray to a height of fully 150 feet, the spray forming a beautiful rainbow. The llanly Life-Saving Club, after a great ...
JOHNNY SUMMERS ARRIVES. FIT AND EAGER FOR THE FRAY. BRINGS THE LONSDALE WELTER-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP BELT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
JOHNNY SUMMERS ARRIVES. ril- AND EAGER FOR THE FRAY. BRINGS THE LOXSDALE WELTER-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP DELT. Genial Johnny' Summers, welter-weight cham pion oi England, arrived on Thursday morning oy the Orient C'o.'s R.M.S. Otrunto, in search mo[5 renown and gold In our boxing world. He had 'ihe best passage possible ; as calm as a mill-pond,' said he. 'This allowed me to ao my wotk practically every day of the oyago save two, when coming through the Red aca. 1 hose two days were like blasts from the from exercise'' * MCVaino- 1 framed H fcfu*1 °f the genial weather on tho ring' forthwith3'' l00ks 800d enough to enter tho i . The ora.CCIS« crew, and passengers have been kindness itself to me. Tboy seem to take special interest in the athlete who practises on these big ships. Sec this punching stage ? They rigged it up for mc first day out, and I tell you 1 have never had a better one. 'When I came aboard first I was rolling fat, and as the clays wore on and 1 continued rtoins my daily...
FRANK PICATO v. ALF. MOREY. AT THE STADIUM TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
Y. FRANK PICATO v. ALF. MOREY. AT THE STADIUM TO-NIGHT. A very large crowd at the Stadium to-night | should witness tho contcst between Frank Picato, the bard-hitting American light-weight, and Alf. Morey, of West Australia, whoso friends pro claim him the coming Australian champion. Word from Sir Joseph Hanks* Hotel, where Morey has bpen preparing himself for the fray, is to the effcet that the West Australian has got himself Into perfect condition, und has every confidence in being able to make Frank go every inch of the way. Therefore, a good fight should result. Jeromo and his fighting ability. Ills battle with Midwood, to be decided on Easter Monday night, is being looked forward to with no end of in terest. A large crowd. swelled by (*;r country cousins, will! surely bo in evidence on that oc casion. If our old friend Larry Foley could be Induced to take in hand one or two of ou:* many pro mising White /lopes and teach thrm us much as he taught Colin bell— provided the youngst...
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. NEW SOUTH WALES FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION'S ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. NEW SOUTH WALE^ FOOTBALL ASSOCIA TION'S ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1912. Mr. Stephen Lynch, hon. secretary of the As noclntlen, Issued the following report : The Reason 1H12 was easily i\ record lor tho game. In Increased numbers of exponents, ad htren'.s and 'centres of activity, great results were recorded. More than. a forward movo.wns the creation of the N.S.W, Junior Football As sociation. This live and' necessary body amply justified Us existence. The Association enters ou Its u'dh year with excellent prospects; THE COMPETITIONS. . ;? The Leagues were contested on the principle Introduced in 1011. In the First J.caguo 15 1 tennis competed, In the Sccond League 10. Syd ney won tb'. Rawi-on Cup division, Bnlmsln m being runneit-up. These teams were very even- ? ly matched. The Association Cup division was again won by Balmain, which club thus bo- } came the proprietors of that trophy. West ' Sydney and Garden Island (Royal Navy) per formed meritbriously In this divis...
SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS. CUMBERLAND AS VICTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS. / (By 'RAMDI.ER.') CUMBERLAND AS VICTORS. When Central Cumberland had compiled for four wickets against Bnlmnin's «S7 on ih. } first day a three-points' victory seemed an-! sured. But L. W. Pyc, deeming it advisable 10 I have more runs on tbc' board be/ore he 'de- clared,' perhaps helped Bulmaln to slave on* the dier.st^r. thovjgh. of course, It Is so easy u bo wise after the event.' When his side was 200 to the good he 'closed,' and for n time things went «o well ) for the PuithiiihUa men that .it appeared that i Bnlmuin would be beiUen- outright. B. 5. Folkard -wnn smartly run out. It occur red # thus: Wheatley plnycd a ball which ap peared to be going wklo'6f K. ' F. Waddy; at i first-' slip. ? The Balmain skipper ' callcd and] ran. Tha ...baU iioujice/i.vvony.eAienily, and Waddy, gutherlug it clcvcrlv, whipped it in ! smartly to Watsford, who had the bails off In j a twinkling.. '-'Were you out ?' asked an onlooker, as Fol- i Kurd took his Beat in the gran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
SAILING RACE— 18ft. HANDICAP TWO HKATS AND A V'lS'AL— C».» PltlZES. THIS AFTERNOON — SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. Tiu; i)i;jT AM) UIKAPKhT A KTEKNOO.Vs OUTINU IN w iV v. TWO r»K.i STKAMKUS HACK. Club Mcamorh Kl'I.C.OA and LADV 1UWKOX follmv Race!.. ivi.nr; fctepliiMwtrm --iu. Poiut-acrctt j.tj, Fort Mac^u.iri^ 3.10 p.ni. ra?jcn» gets may land at Clark' Island and viewf raciair fioui 6urt iv Finish., LADLES tfd, G&NTLKMKX 1^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
Is'ow South Wales i Trotting Club Races AT EPPING RACECOURSE, GLEBE, TUESDAY NEXT, MARCH 4, 1913. 69 ? ENTRIES. ? 69 LARGE FIELDS . FIRST RACE, 2.30 P.M. STAND, 5,- LEGER, 2,'. Allnantlalr, Hulmnin, I.ilylM,!. 3rd Special Trams will run, via trcurgc-sticH, cuvj (mv minute. Fure Jd. H. I'. Hl'NCJKllKOll I), frit-crcUry. Newcastle Races WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12. 650 Sovs. in Prizes, THE TltAUWAV HANDICAI', of 130 »ov,. 0 (urlong., TUB WEI.TKK HANDICAP, of 100 iov., Ioivtst Wi-llllit 7 tit. 71b. 7 (utlutifa. ' TUB MAltfll HANDICAP, o( 150 sovs. lj mile and 1 tin yimltf. ^ THK NOVIC'K HAN-DICAP, nf 100 sovs. For all hor.ri that have not wan a pifxe- of tlie value oi 10 sove. at lime «l burning, tt furlorgri. The riab llaiidicap, of 15fl «ovv. 1 niii,. A.J.C. IMdts. KNTKIKS Ci.OSK MONDAY, MAltf'H 3. WKIfiHTS on or ahum ilACt'U 10. For full particulars. Procramme. J. (JKISl)ALK, Spcretarv ? Nowcas.tle .J.-ike.v Club, Lt«|. SEMPER IDEM. man 'BLACK fil WHITE' whisky QUALITY. AGE. ; I A WINNING D...
SECOND DAY TUESDAY, MARCH 1. AUSTRALIAN CUP (To start at 3.15 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
SjCOND DAY— TUESDAY, MARCH 4. I AUSTRALIAN CUP. j ? (To start «t; 3.15 p.m.) . I A hand ap swcrejwtake^ vf 2y sovs each. 5 forfeit, with 2C-V Vii udtSvd, :iccnd hor-r to receive -tfX) and the third OH Mils or.t of the i-tuke. l-'or three-year-old* and i ward.*. Winner i.f any handicap flat race after dielii iir.u of xvcigliU. 'value 200 mh and up to, hut not i -hisive of, iMO fora, to eurrv 51b extra; rf rWO -ois id up to, . hut not Inchi*i\o of, tAf) *ovf, 71b e\tia of .*-00 muk and up'.k'ards, 10]h cr.tra: provided that te winner of tJie-'V.'K.C. . St. I^-ger. Iftl.'t, 3!ia'»l cany ii this raec'not h'as titan— colt or gelding, S.0; lill* * 11. ilt nomination*)/ 2) mile?. ?Mr. .1. . Kirbv's h g ? TI I K PA 11 IS I AN. by Boba- ' ? lil—'l ? Pari»iemKV,:agi,*l, » trainer. ? (,'. -Wheeler 9 9 j Mr. W Brcwn's br. Ii. PIASTltF. by INwitana- I Ch-.iiv lt:e ilev, Av?-,; ^uu.cr. It. O v'cntior .. .. l» 0 ill. .1. rkV br h CADQNIA. by Prudoiu King— ' ICnoi; , '»vrs; trainer'!'. O'ltourkc ? ...