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BOXING IN NEW YORK STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

BOXING' IN NEW- YORK STATE. After a visit to Albany to learn the views of Governor SuUer regarding the talk of a possible appeal or amendment of the boxing law, J-'°cs U Price the recently-appointed memoer ot the New York Athletic Commission, declared on January TI that the sport would not be dis turbed In the State of New York so long as it was kept clean from rowdyism and brutalltj. He said Governor Sulzer was satlslied with the wav the sport Is being conducted, but desires that the Commission see that nothing occurs to offend public morals.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LUCKY BACK PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

THE LUCKY BACK PAGE Prize Competitions appear KEGULARLY en ' tho bark page of the 'filobe.' ; These Prize Competitions aro for men nz:d women, boys and girls. The 'Globe' |y obtainable at daylight EVERT TUESDAY MORNING.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROWING TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

» ROWING j © By 'AQUA,' © j TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. S. Ignatius Course Hegi.lt,, , Une THE Rf VKR VIEW REGATTA. The St. Ignatius R.C, Regatta will t.u » M again this year on thc Lano Covo JimV i afternoon. Thl3 Is a popular regatta ,mu m looked forward lo eagerly both by the public and oarsmen alike. Besidcu thc racing ,uolf oatsmcn arc glad to be able to show their gratitude to the authorities for the fei:«;rou3 use of the grounds aflorded to them over tho week-ends year In and year out. More than usual Interest centres In to.day'a fixtures, since thc Challenge Eights— ar.va/a a good race—over the measured mile, will dccido the destiny of the season's pennant. Ualtn.tin, after many a hard-fought battle, wltn the assistance of Mr. N. J. McDonald, -T-.»?:cecI (ho coveted honor from Sydney R.C., and has slnt-o successfully withstood attack. Enterprise R.C. and the premiers are now practically level, so that a well-fought-out race may he |yoJ:c-i f«»r. Leichhardt have bonted a handy ;rc \v ...

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

HHIOI) A STIFF LEG GET A 1/6 TUyE OF - SANDOWS CONCENTRATED HUMAN EMBROCATION , AND THEN YOU WILL BE RIGHT.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AT THE THEATRE. WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

I AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. linn MAJKSTVS.— Comic Opera. I ROYAI,.— ??IIAMIXT.' CltlTKKIO.V.. — ** llrlla Donmi.' AOHM'tll. — Melodrama. ! l'ALACT.— Aii'lt:rM-» Company. New artists to appear at the National Amphi theatre to-day will be Morris and Shand (aero o? I 1 Paw (,ady whistler), und tho Two Rosebuds. Other novelties to-day Include Van Camp und his educated pigs, Esmeralda, the famous American xlyophonc artist, and the %r.il 1 . J| co,onratcd European acrobats. The kind y act of Mr, Schepp In taking hl3 complete circus to Randwlck Asylum nnd giv ing tho children a treat on Tuesday last has been favorably commented on In several quar ters. Mr. Schepp, a great lover of children, is never happier than wheu entertaining thc little ones. Next Saturday's bill nt the Natlonul Amphi theatre promises to be the best ever submitted at this popular home of vaudeville. Already there aro announced the first appearances of , several English and American acts, besides thc cream of...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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HOW AMATEUR CYCLISTS RIDE. INTERESTING STUDY OF POSITIONS AWHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

HOW AMATEUR CYCLISTS RIDE, i INTERESTING STUDY OF POSITIONS AWHEEL. An Interesting comparison of thc various itti tudes udopted by tho leading amateur cyclsts of New Sou?h Wales Is afforded by the pic ure published in this Issue, showing four frst raters, two of them holders of Australalau Championships, sitting in racing positions on their bicycles. Principal intern will centre, naturally, inthe holder of the most championships. StQlev Burtinshaw, half and 10 miles champion of tus trtJasia; but one who will run him very los» is tho popular C. M. Cutcliffe, who has wou more championships, club, State, and Autra laslan, than any other amutcur now.enagcd in racing. The other two riders are H W. Wilthew, the Balmain road* champion, na a fine sprinter, and S. Edworthy, ex-road uam plon of N.S. Wales. A greater variety of positions could scarcely bo conceived; Beginning with Burtinshaw' ex traordinary attitude, it is a matter for wader that he should have any control of his biyclc at any...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT OR TOM COLON, GLEBE STREET,[?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. ? . ... ? ? — isrrii c-v ? P 'HCrr - I'JR TOW CGNLON, CLE3E Sl.Kfcfci,. WINNER OF L*5T wm i JRDA1 ^ . Bn n'1 ?m if at tie- ' SalTU HHAT REFEREE A-TfB The aboire Is a Dbotngrasfcta rapradTrntlTn. at * grmip talrcn rcceatly- ^ THE^Stn^S be paS ONE* SOVEREIGN. AU who conceta_52m?^ioWl5 SUA ^ AHKOW- OFFICE. HiT-IOS. C-tfc^eagh-street, AND IS IDENTIFIED as BEING ONE OPTHB GHODF. , vm ? ? nroltho 'SATURDAY REFEREE ^ND THE Ai^OW Staff. _ _ __ eaxtOTtOffli to qmt to accept, tie D^efs diictsfaa as On.--L The business of fdeniiflcaXiQjL w e ex e LOOK OUT EQtt THE 'SATURDAY REITEHEH ? i. ? ESCiBSHOT !?EOTOGItAPKEc COjf-FETITLON' will appear itt next- ksne. and atlrarb. wiH toll aw. uju*. ? ? - E-ffiOTOGEAFHEE. In: tie- sbx-iti nf. Sydney, ? ? ? ? _ ? — .

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

I CYCLING tfOTES | ® By 'BLUE STREAK.' ® \ cry few racing fixtures arc announced for afternoon, but the Northern Suburbs League -Iub hns a five miles to decide at Chatswood. Jin; 'leaps: — C. S. Dickson, Scr; E. Rodgers, 3') col -. Byrne, (7. A. Gore, 20; o. ciafton, J. J. Pitt ? x, 35; J. Bllnkhorn, 15, H. Date, E. Bestel, Jinln Collins, 1 3; E, Ferguson, C. L Trav eller, 1 10; A. H. Parley. A. Trundle, T. Gore, G. Gore, H. Townscnd, 1,15; B. Wilson, F. ?-ui;ut n. x-uiiy, u. uarpenter, 1.25; is. risner, A. G. Craw, 1.30; H. A. Schofield, R A. Broille, 1.35; P. H. Duffy, A. Cow, J. Hildcr, 1.40; H. Howard, S. Date, G. Mnekny, 1.55; T. Carpenter, V. Clements, J. Fay J. Macfarlane, E. Jorgcn son, 2.5. It la moro than probable, however, that cy cling will be represented,' as every sport should be, at tho Scott Fund 'Demonstration at the Studlum this afternoon. Tbe matter was men tioned at the Cyclists' Union's reception to visiting riders on Monday evening, and well recolved. Tho Union...

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

J. T. TROUSDELL. Queensland's first representative now in Sydney for the Australian Amateur Cycling Championships.

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CYCLING NOTES THE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

I CYCLING tfOTES (?) Of 'BLUE STREAK.* Till-; AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS. Nor.' that the Australasian Amateur Cham pionships nro over for 1P12-13, the New South Wales Cyclists' Union's track season bus only it few more fixtures left for decision. Next Thursday evening a club meeting la lo be held iit the Sports Ground, when only the first twelve dubs who have applied will be granted events on the programme. After this will come the St. Patrick's Hay celebrations. to take place next Saturday afternoon at tho Agricultural Ground. Besides ihe usual half-mile handicap, there will l»e a mile, both open to Cyclists' Union riders. The track Is being put in thorough repair for this raring, it la stated ; nevertheless competitors will be wise to use big stout tyres, which will tako up the vibration, and enable them to round the corners more easily. j At Easter the Braldwood Amateur Club Is also promoting some open racing for Cyclists' Union members. That makes three more traek futures for them. E...

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BASEBALL [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

BASEBALL (By 'SHORT-STOP.') During the week there have focon manv meet ings of the Junior cricketers desirous of playing baseball during tho Winter. Tho Association's representatives who have addressed rt.cctir.gs have made a good' impression, ?cd it is no.v certain that two new Associations will ajfiliate with tbe governing body. ? On Wednesday next, at the Paddlngton Town Hall, the Eastcn Sublirbs Association will torm up. All supporters are aBked to att-jul. On the 18th inst., at the Ersklnevlll^ To.vn Hall, Western Suburbs will meet to fortu their Asso ciation. It is time the Umpires* Association -saJe a move; the game needs all the 'callcrr.' rossi ble. There are many old players ? ho will come Into line if approached. Couches are also wonted, and the new teams coming In will bf { severely handicapped If there is any shcrtago ; ; In this direction. Baseball for the first tlmo was played it tho , I last Olympic Games. The American athletes, | ot course, were 'bailers, and, lendi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

Insist on haviag ^ REAL BRAND OF Swiss Milk Chocolate Art you colleotlno th» «'*? 'or Tobl e^i AO bum ? When oompl«l«-i *» ol*. 10/ worth cl Chocolates fre« of charge.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

CORRFSPONDENTS ARE REQUESTED T- NOTE rHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION LETTERS TO 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICE ON . :r THURSDAY IF. POSSIBLE, . ? ? ? ? j / / i . ( ? ? ? ? ? j For Saturday's Sport Reports t ! aRd criticisms by Sport Experts j J read the 'Sunday Times.' J , , - , , , , - , I , - - -j L | ! _ j

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GOLF GOSSIP TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

I GOLF GOSSIP ® © By 'THE COLONEL.** — TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. Unnnic P'-i'ti : Mrokc iUndlcnp. ( ;miMirr.u : Heu'cy - Viinpctiflon. ? ? ? : r.'iitiunou» IbindUiiji Nosey Competition. |)n!iro\ -lc : Himkr Hundicup. Drummm a,- : Virr'prr-idrnt'fi Teams' Match. KtlUra : Stroke. : ttrekr Ihii'ltuip. GOLF LINKS NEED SHOWERS. The weather still continues most unfavorable for golfer# and golf links, and most o[ the courses about Sydney are becoming quit? parched un. Ai Bonnie Poon. Harry McLelland showed very pood form, and from scratch tied with two others, viz., p. Kills (handicap 2) and A. M. Wallis (handbap 13). with cards of 1 down for first pla-e in ihe club's bogey handicap. McLelland always seems at home at Bonnie Doon. and is the most consistent performer in the club. Ellis, who has greatly Improved of late, did remarkably well to return such a good card trom such a short handicap mark. At KJJIara. W. P. Maschwitz continues i-- show big best form. He is playing more con sistently than ...

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SAILING RAWHITI CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

SAILING (By 'TOM CRINGLE.') HAWHITI CUP. Still another name has to be added to the list nf winners of this trophy, Ior lact Saturday -*ulwu!hi III. got. home in the light wind, and that by the small margin of '-3sce. The finish was very c.\oltlng, and that flying Jibe— clever and unexpected from the onlookers* point of view— \\-*h n My factor in CulwulJa's success. . ..... .... ,n moi llIlu HCfUm, uoais nau plenty ot worl; with extras during the final few ' nilt:utCB. Ranee, a previous winner, made a bold bid .or victory, only being overtaken by Sayonnra after passing Shark Island on the final leg of the course. Rawhltl, ulso a previous winner, did better, nnd managed to get Into second place. ? The action of the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club In laying n buoy off Pha.-K Island Is to bo commended; and If spectator:-, will anchor well ? I N. CALLAWAY, A Padinotcn Cricket Coll. w?flhy cf a p!rcc In th» Pifil Gfrt*« T-i-.m, In Roso Bay a clear course will be open for both tho 18-footer...

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TENNIS TALK. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

! ? TENNIS. TALK. © By 'AU9TRAL.' I TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. ??AT Crj-le. V.- :^rn :;ubaii'r v. S..dmy II. , at Double lliijfe ,,ni\ *. JuluiH-'M. i. ». stiutsilifM, ft Double . tuihrn-M l 'jviTsitj. ?i ilhJi-l-l lit. V. Mdjicv I. 'lir til caw, *««i \ t* wlii'r slated, tho mntc.lCa lithe ; 'i'ti U»e jjiouu'l el lb' *hd» aumcd CLUB GOSSIP. Tvo rounds of. the bauge ma;e:.es have been u\orc-i .with ttne, ibougn very not, weather, und t tic forecast of tho superiority ot three Ituwis xut« been borne out by results, for to (jiy those three tenuis— Sydney I., Ualmoral, «.nd Strathfield i.— arc alone uiiuefrnted, and to judge bv results so fur, although U is full early, ihe University tcum lt*3 an excellent chance ul being i» the K'U'ilna lour al the ttnlsh ol tho mst round. To-duy'o matches; arc interesting, mostly for tho mateheu to be playccl by the lust ihiv teams mentioned, for Struthlb.id I. meet Ril moral, and University nu-ei Strut htleld. The icrmer match will be keenly watched, and mor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

i KAUTH & CO.- S HAinDnESSEflS AND tobacconists, i Wllor.KHAI-K AKf) nBTAIL t r.'.KCT GOODS Affn STAT(05H/tV. AND KEWS. ! ' i'apkii Afltwa 5 Corner of BATHURST and CASTLSflCAOH (JTREET8. I 261 SUSSEX ST., and 44 DRUITT ST, £ Bc«t Brands of Tobacco*, and -3(ffaret«S kept I ia fitoek. ]Xiutr% Crowd ftnd J \ I ! !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

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VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

V1CTOIUA PAKIC THALVIXG. Thuraday. The hurdles were wide out on the grasj thn moride^. I.ept;i and Tingle ran Ihe furlong* ou the midilh' gras, in l.fcj, while Ai-ba, Hue Vletnria, ;uid smotlier over a like trl[» iti I.8J. Prince Lack und I.a i'airi.! spurteil three iuriong^ in '42J*ec. Pompfrey ran three quarter.; oi a mile in 1.22. Mustaplu aceom printed the chcslr.u'. nvev tt'.v fn;t ftve turiongi. C'anel reeled off half a iai!e i;i .jJioee, nnd Merei, who cut off the tutu, ran fcvnt furious.; i:i l.UI. St. Carwyne spurl el three furlong* in 4Q;e*c and again in 3?jsec. llayyar rattled off t.r. furlo:;c:; in 1.22. Manakau put in iikcful work. I'n*v Money ran half a mile on tho cMtrro proper In 57i-ce easily. Bcllata and Scatr regis tered five furlongs in 1.0. On the tan Anartca and Boomalll -'purled half a mile in 'iOjiec. No:nbi alipp-d out three furlong-, i.i -0scc. while Latly ibc:; an«l - oronata aceour.tcd for *is furlcnps in 1.12J, BucJlJa travrwed fire furlorgi in 1.0, Ladv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

U/ye Best I I OLD ORKNEY JS WHISKY J THE PURE3T SPRING WATER FROM THE HKATHER-CLAD HILLS OF ORKNEY ISTiAlfg /'r$ IS USED IK THE DISTILLING OF / ( ' J x m

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