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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY-SATURDAY, MARCH 1. FINES HURDLE RACE. (To start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. r-'^ST DAY— SATURDAY. MARCH 1. PINES HURDLE RACE. I I To start at 1.'.'.0 p.m.) A hali.lie.ip fwcepstakes ot :i fovs e.ic;i. t ''rfeit, with I'Jkl a.l.lcd. Kr.-and herfe to rerilve i-l an.l ihe Ihlrd an m.v« . in rf llu- stake. Wlnn.T o( any liaicbeap liurdle rare ailer deelaraliull of weights tu carry ,10 extra. 2 miles. ^ ^ !t u, Lent Dc.'inonil .. .. U 1' CaniMca.le .. .. .. » 11 Hciomu' ? I1 1 tclt ?? ? ? * ?* - Neil wedilcs ? I' l« }Vrcncban .. .. ?? « I Dnnw ? w i 't1^. . *?' ** n J. Fi.»sh -Taik ? V» ♦» 1 ? ? £ 4 i'.n itov .. .. io ? ? ? *- - Itr. ollet?' ? 1' ,1 Kuiintali, illcathrr .. a 0 UuUt Uallai-: .. .. » W L^ni^mle ? ST. LJ5GSR STAKE.?! ITo ftart ut 2.30 p.m.) .. .... ni *»o «ov-. each, j forfeit, vrhh 10 W '\ov- i-hled; .-econd hor.-e to rcccivc 20^ and the thinl P4i out of the -t-ke. tor thrce-ycar-old^-colts Me^r^°'i''ni^.' w'r^r'aml H.'llmifteW'r b c BlUttA cS'rUrf'0L AWA. by Wallacc-The .h e SUKUU'l' Mt U!, by Wallaes-ilhs Ilmnax!'Wyiilie's...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROSEHILL RACES. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1913. TRIAL STAKES (Special Weights) (To start at 2.15 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

ROSEHILL RACES. SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1013. TRIAL STAKES J (Special .Wt'tshW.) (To tflatt at 2.J5 p.m.) Of fov#, with a »ucrpstAVc« of I *ov racli .or »tJtc. iifMtd; Ktmd liors-u !.*» and thud ?» Ircai t 1h' j rue. K'r th.it have nrn r - 10 -o*a u-ie.ir of oiin »iakoj at time 'f ?t:if-a„. u.-mhi, : J- r- 7.:.: r-. t-« »n;l .'P'«'i K'/- '- ?n»e adowancc* t»-r and Rt-blmua. Mai »w allwl til,, to U- lUimvd in writing ?' 'llu; clr' u luric;*^. | Mr. W. \V Clifi*# b c M.A.C.. 4yw ? ' '! I Mr. I». U f; |)KH\P»'IT. .. .. .. ?? ?? ' Mr. t:iU^»i» K«\v 'i» «r i: llMND N-rs, '1 a ur, 'II. Sl.nU-iV I.IK in SPAMa' l-» * I Mr. (.. A. fVlimilrr's h Ii I'lilNCK AltAXts. ..-?» i j tnllotMtl 7*(i) .. ?? -- ? ? ?? ?? ? ? ?? ?* - ' Mr. 'ii. .t. Ciavcii's' br «r h MAI.TIU S, tyirf ^ in?cr*«*'it'*e i- i ; l' [ Mi. NY. K. ltragtfctt* vh U M^AHUnvi. tllr.M. ivi» lall'wviil lib) ? ? ?*. ?? 'i ; Mr.' J..U.I l:r.i»vn-« It c lllKittT.i.K, ...r- ' , SoVn tu-» 'dV i ' VKXUAUIE. lyr. (allouc.1 | f Mr''M.' l.il.' V-'...

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (By "PILOT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

V-3.C, AUTUMN MEETING, (By 'PILOT.') For the various races to be decided at Flern lugton this afternoon 1 like— HURDLE RACE : DOMUS ? ? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 Desmond ? ? .. ? . ? ? ? ? - Light Ballast ? v. ??. ?? 3 ST. LEGER STAKES : CIDER ..... ... ?? ?? ?? ?? * AVolawa ?? .. .. 2 Burrawang ? ? v ?? .. 3 NEWMARKET HANDICAP : MALA .. ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? -y ?? ?? J Sweet Malt .. ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?,? ?? *? A'olsloano or Ratblea ?? 3 SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES : SCOTCH MALT ? ? 1 Eubulus v'v ?? ?♦ ,?? ?? ?? 2 Mttltravcrs ? ?* -s BSSENDON STAKES : EUDORUS .. ' V Piastre .. ?? - Almissa ?? ?? ??-?? ? ? ?- BRUNSWICK STAKES : KUR1NGAI .. ?? ?? ??? ?? .. I Lacus ... ?? ?? ?? 3'uaka .♦ «»' »« » » . J

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

; ' \ general. r At Rosehill fliis afternoon wc assy liavo tho pleasure of seeing the (juccnrUml crack, My Ouvonni. tackling some of ouv w.f.a. divlslm Jn the Rawoon Stakes. IC any ccrtulnty at tached to Aurafodlna being Veil i ahoulc tie 1 joclined to t'Uc Him Uio call over tlie Northerner, but as tho former- is trained a. nosehill 1 am i.i tl.e datk ao to Ms comlitloi.. On the other hand, MyOjivonni is in K»ocl trim, ho ?ifnil.c,. thirt to Cadonia. S.I,, an.i| l/idus 8 2, in tho Roschlll Handlt-au last mout::. Jacamar, Who n. ..third to Malt Kins and L.,ly | Medallist in last yenr o Unison a..iUc.,, shoiiid . l'*'ln to make matters interesting, as iim- Beverage, Golden Hop.: und Aurlfci'. It may soem strange that J. Scoble should have neglected to register Audacity, but the trainer mimed has so much to attend to In connection ,vith Ms big «tr lnB Uv.u his Mv is excusable. The rule provides llsai no »or;m eligible to be entered before it lins been re gistered* and further on says: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

f - N.S.W. CYCLISTS' UNION'S \ 1 INT'SL-STATE .CHAMPIONSHIPS.! h j (oxi: am' nvi: uiu.--. 5 h '' AM) OTIIIX i:.M'ITINi; !!?« I-S. S H SPORTS GROUND, MOORE PARK, [ MONDAY NIGHT. ? ' Ii TWO AND A HALF HOURS' SENSATIONAL RACING BV VICTORIAN, QUEENSLAND, - CI AND NEW SOUTH WALES LEADING RIDERS. | . -j „ .nnt-vi,' (iprriti T„.,K ONE SHILLING. ALL PAR'

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To-day's Racing Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

To-day's Racing Programme. l:o-rtilIt n.TCcs.— r ice. 2.15 p.m. 5prci.il triin» . will leave tho I'rntnil Itaihvjv Station a» 1 ; j Ih. rsf5, lJ.-M a. ni.; nivt clnv. \1A-\ p.''-.;. ^ .!![' ! rlasM, Jl.it a.m. and 12.7, 12.2,, !-.«;(?, t.». ? ( and 1.27 p.m.; «^o»nd cl«^. 12.51 p.m. , , V.lt.i'. Antsittin Mietins, KhMiiiugton— ^c^^n4Jkct ^ tljcjp J.i.d V.n.c. St. I.cccr. I

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ROSEHILL RACES. (By "PILOT.") TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ROSEHILL RACES, (By 'PILOT.') TRIAL STAKES : MARASCA ? I Glhberguny.ih ? ? ? - Tipple ? ? ? ' IIAWSON STAKES : MY GAVONN1 ? 1 Jacamar ? ? ' r. Beverage ? ? ' RAILWAY STAKES : MIOCENE ? ? V ? ? ? ' Lady ? ? ° ' CLULI HANDICAP : ? En Haul ? ' ' X Midge II ? ? .1UVEN1LE HANDICAP: PORTRUSH ?? ?? ? ? j WUchfut or ? ? 1 PARUAMATTA MILE : ! LETA ? ? ? ? ? ' i Single ? ? j . Memeret ? ? * 1 ? (By 'THE SCOUT.') TRIAL STAKES : . ' . MARASCA ' ? * — 1 Multiply ? J Delara ? ? '* UAWSON STAKES : AUROFODINA or BRIGHT LADDIE. RAILWAY STAKES : PEItONELLA .. .. ?? ?? ? ? J Yeneta .. .. ? ? ? ** f, Miocene ? ? ? ?? CLUB HANDICAP : ADGIO .. ?? ?? ?? ? ? J Angclifjuc ? ? ? ^ N.S.W ? ? .. .. .. .. ?? ♦- JUVENILE STAKES : LARELLE ? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? \ ? ? ? ; Malt Lily ? ' ? ' PAP.il AM ATT A MILE : LBTA ?? ? .1 | Dion ? ' loll ? ? ?* ?

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPOUTS. Til.1 .ti'itowii]--- n'Milii'iliI Irlliilic-lli-i Iiak* luvn derlji'Ml for-tfii- A. A. A. events ift tin* Hi. I'airittfn llj.v npurta on ' '('sll'iill.K WALK.— .1. .T. liarli'y, wj. I!. I.. Honllain, Wc; A. \\*. Piikjrd, II): i:. K. Ainthi, i. McUrrn. 1.ij K. II. Killott, SS: «. Bank*. K S he: -?-. . J'o nohne 45;; J. 1- Austin. II. t . t Jin|-wl . -. .1. - .ir tor ST-: A. Cuok, 87: T. K. 1'ntts, K. It. lli-l-'|-. UJ. 410 YAHDS IIUItlJI.I-S.-\V. I-. IMItlnoa. -cr.: I Ii. Cote. W. 1*' Murphy. Ill; T. U.vniM. 1(1 .1. I . l.iinton. ?17; C. K. C.rimiU.i'r: .1. Wood. tt. 1'. Ilorim, c. w. Itoxjll, W. Spiers. C. It. larrcll, iv tlKrJ 27; .1. P. Walsh. 3il. itUXXIXCi 111(711 .HTJIP.-^M. Manrins, fer.; T. Smith, Allowed -tin* K. JonM, W. S. I'oIlar«l. Hopkins. ('. Cuan C. T.' Kcrgu«on. W. Wr-lh-r. I.. Wilion. 1-. II. Mdp ot?' K. Shlpwj.v, 5; cy 1*. .Smith,

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NEWMARKET HANDICAP. (By "THE SCOUT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

XEWMARKET HANDICAP. (By 'THE SCOUT.') ^ MALA ? 1 Ruby Hampton .. ... Yolsloanc .. .. ?? .. .. .. i. ' SECOND 'DAY— TUESDAY. MARCH i. AUSTRALIAN CUP I ALMISSA J- ?? ?? } Piastre ........ ...... .1. ...... Ca'ionla .. ?? .. .. .. .. ? 3 ; : ~ ~ r .

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NOT TOO OLD AT 70. WANTS TO WALK ANY ONE IN" THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

not too OLD AT 70, WANTS TO WALK ANY ONE IN THE WORLD. Th» cold snap of weather that has descended rest/ess!0 The agf pensioners are probably contont enough iu^ have their time all over again. How much better they would spend .it ! ^„,in such vain regrets do not haunt the ,„:„,r,of one of tbe 'Daily Express' readers. who happens also to be a septuagenarian. He burst Into the office iu a most unorthodox way, and before ono had time to brace one's self uL'alnst the coming shock the impact had taken place. Peter Adair 'was tho visitor. He is an old-age pensioner— ho produced his pension papers aa a guarantee of his statement— and he wauta to walk. K ho can walk us fast as he can talk, some body 13 going to have trouble. Peter does not want*' to walk round the houses, or round- a track, or even round a. town. He wants to tako a littlo jaunt from Land's End to John o' Groats. Ho has done it before, but not since hc-vtook out his old-age pension papers. Threo times Is the sum of Peter's p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

'The THE GLOBE «The Globe' II (j Globe' 1 In every issue of ' The Globe ' there are accounts of New Inventions and also of new Scientific Dis coveries. Likewise particulars of Work and Wages the world over. All questions are answered. 'The Globe ' is marvellous value at a penny. In every issue of ' The Globe' i there aje very entertaining [ and proiitable Prize Competitions j FOR RjEN AND WOMEN AND EOYS AND GIRLS i_ ' The Globe ' is marvellous value ai a peony. i I i In every issue of ' The Globe ' ? there are | Pasdmaflsig Stories Not only fiction— the bes'c fic:::n j obtainable~-but ! Real Life Stories I - '? from all parts of the \vorId. ' The Globe' i3 marvellous value at a penny. ?? How to make money by keeping Poultry. Garden Notes and Advice, Housewife's Notes— and All the News of the. World, too!— in 'The Globe' for One Penny! Marvellous, rather! i

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BATTLING NELSON LAGS SUPERFLUOUS. ON THE BOXING STAGE. SAYS HE IS NOW JUST AS GOOD AS IN PALMY DAYS; BUT IS BEATEN HERE. THERE, AND EVERYWHERE. Poor Batting Nelson! [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

BATTLING NELSON LAGS SUPERFLUOUS. ON THE BOXING STAGE. .SAYS HE IS NOW JUST AS GOOD AS IN PALMY DAYS; Bt'T IS BEATEN HERE, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE. Poor Battling Nelson ! The Dane, a good man In the ring when he was right, says Harry B. Smith in the San Eran eisco 'Chronicle.' is Juki as full of conceit as the day after Ills knock-out of Joe Hans. He Im't down and out. he says, in spite of the bone that was broken In his tussle with Krankie Uussell in New Orleans, and that when he has received treatment, to une his own words, he will continue to tight every week, 'just as long as tlie supply of opponents holds out.' Seventeen years in the ring, battered and bruised. It is pathetic to think that he still in fiistrf on continuing to make a laughing nfock nf himself who should havo hold hhnsolf aloof. After Ad. Wolgast knocked N'olson out the tongues commenced to wag and to say tnat tne Battler was through with the game. Later, when Owen Moran gave the Hcge wisch lad the first knock-out ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

?VTATIONAL amphitheatre. Managing IMrecer ? Hl-N J. HXLKIt. BRENNAN-FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT, EVERY EVENING AT 8. MATINEES SATUROAYS AND WEDNESDAYS. SCHEPP'S ANIMAL CIRCUS. World':. (Jrcati-ni Troup 'f l''!uc.itcd Animals HENRY AND MAY, Intrepid and Ilium i-ui- Cycling Aet. CHAS. KING AND VIRGINIA .THORNTON, In Ore--\er Prama^ BESSIE SLAUGHTER. THE TIT-NITS. MKt'T. STOFF MOCR15? AM) SHAM). THE KOSEni DS. LOt.lH Dl'UOAN. MAR.WHIK DAW. Tricca usual. Tlaa at Theatre#

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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXVI. (Cont.)—THE GODS RELENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH -s--- Author of 'Cruo Cormao,' 'The Cairn of th« j BY MADGE BARLOW. Badger,' 'The Secret of the Blaok Boo.' 4c. I I [ALL RIGHTS IlBSEIlVnD.j CHAPTER XXVI. (Cont.- — THE GODS ] RELENT. I His speechlessness aud increasing pallor sug gested' troubles of which they were Ijtnoiant. Dora paused, her eyes telegraphing her fears to her husband. 'Is It possible.' she said, dismayed, that it wasn't our abrupt reappearance upset you, hut another thing— quite different— a shock of some kind? You nre like a man who has had ai stupid or' us! Is anything wrong'.' Have you and Flyn quarrelled?' 'I wish it was only that! This morning I looked at her grave.' They were aghast. It seemed incredible. 'She csiugbt thc Infliction while nursing the village, and I— I wasn't even In time to attend her funeral.' Dora uttered a little moan of sorrow nnd svmpathy. Andy's face was profoundly doleful. M*/ blew his nose and winked thc water out of his eyes. He gazed at h...

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GOLF GOSSIP TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

GOLF GOSSIP I ® fly 'THE COLONEL.' © TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. Bonnie l»*nn : Heg^y .Match. C onrn;-,l : Trams' match en handicap*. nolirm.Je : Nogrv i-omprtitiuu. Kiltam : Itegry Competition. .Murih ; Hui:«y competition. The Leura golf links have been so well pat ronised of late that thc comralttce havo decided to extend thc course from nine to eighteen c.'mcs, u» incy nave vue nnd experts say that a really fine course cai j be laid out. j HON, MICHAEL SCOTT MOST CONSISTENT GOLFER OF 101S. Harold Hilton, thc famous amateur, in dls cesslug the golfers of 1912, said : 'If 1 wero ciked to name tho amateur who In his public p.'i formanccs wns the most consistent in hl-s Way I would suggest that It was the Honorable Michael Scott.' . ERNEST BARRY TO TAKE UP GOLF. Ernest Barry, thc world's sculling champion, .1 going to take up golf, In thc hope o? acquir irg sufficient knowledge of the game to qualify lor the post of professional to a club. This information he Imparted' some time ago to n f;io...

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BASEBALL [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

BASEBALL (By 'SHORT STOP.'l Americans arc looking with longing eyes to ftards Australia. Hardly a week goes by without something being heard from the State.? about the intention of some baseball magnate inti mating that hc is bringing 'ball players to Australia. The peculiar part about the whole thing is the apparent ignorance most of th»- enquirers show in regard to the standing of tho game here. Some even are not sure whether the game is played a; all. Although many' Americans have blossomed ns promoters, only One has oome rhrnnrrh tho i»l-a South Wales Association) likely to bring thc proposal to a head. Millionaire Cal Ewing, proprietor of the Sail Francisco Club, six months ago. offered to bring a team, or teams, provided he was guaranteed expenses. Although a wealthy man, apparently he was not prepared to give his men a holiday at bis own expense. It is the duty of the officials in the home of ? the game, to help uf. and it Is not reasonable ? to expect supporters here to foot...

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CHAMPION CYCLIST AT NATIONAL. HENRY THE HAPPY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

CffiMPION CYCLIST AT NATIONAL. j HENRY. THE HAPPY MAX. Mx J. E. Henry, of the cycling team of Henry and May, now appearing, at the National Am phltkratre, has been a trick cyclist since 1S8S, and is still considered a top-notther in the Engjsh music-halls. He has a broad, thick, well'developed Dublin accent, and you may seen! thc Llffey in the distance. Henry knows thc Llffov to the life. He one* trnvr»ll»fl (rnn, I the juinness Quay Stores to O'Connell-strcet ou a vwtcr cycle. The crowds crushing on both qua:e and the bridges us he passed under were so incited over thc novelty that he had all his kork cut out to keep ctraig'at and cscupc a djcklog and possibly drowning. That wad on ilav 2; 1851. ? ? Ht.hnd then not been long in the trlck-cyclint busliess, but has travelled considerably since, and ias starred in all the principal vaudeville housfs of; thc world. His round-the-world toifr has helped -him to collect some records and de corations' quite unique In their way/ including a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

' Trinlcd and Published by Alfred Herbert Howard I Aldworth, for thc 'Sunday Times' Newspaper Co., I Limited, at thc offlcc of the Company, 136 and 133 ^ Caatlcreagh-itrcct, Sydney, ilareh 1, 1013, _rrT

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

CORRESPONDENTS ARE REQUESTED TO NOTE rHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION LETTERS TO MSATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' SHOULD REACH TtfEsOFFlCE ON

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

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