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LATEST NEWCASTLE SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

LATEST NEWCASTLE SPORT. (BY TUB 'SATURDAY' BBFEREE' SPECIAL.) At tho show on Thursday, when the weather ?was exceptionally hot, Huon Hue attacked his Otwn mllo record of 2min, 2l3oec. for the track, and did 2mlu. 21suc. j Augelique, Manton Maid, and Cacique wero ou Thursday under orders for Rosehlll. Tho great event of tbe carnival sports should have been tbo swimming 011 Thurttdnv ninht imt after a verj' hot day rain set In about s o'clock, and spoilt everything. This was odd, too, after the desperate attempts that had been made to get enough water into the baths to enable the races to be held. Thousands gathered, and many remained In the wet. Longworth gave an exhibition swim, which was much appreciated. There wan a rich Joke about the great meet ing of champion swimmers In tbe Corporation's now baths, which are 110 yards by luo In the : olid rock. They were emptied to be cleaned, ani tbe wind and tides were against their rc fillinj:. the available pumping gear being too puny. To ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

SNOWY BAKER'S STADIUM I TO-MIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT g GREAT INTERNATIONAL BOXING CONTEST, 1 JACK CLARKE v. K©¥ KENNY. 19 ( N-EW ZEALAND). i (AMKItlCA). |9 PRICES: 10/- (Reserved). 5,-. 3/-, 2/. HOX I'LAX AS L'SL'AL. V® NEXT WEDNBSDAT NIGHT. 3 GORDON COGHILL v. HAROLD EWERS jS It.VKUUND L'OSTKST — JACK BURNS v. BILLY COX. I ' 5TABIUM . MATTOEE. 19 NEXT 1HUR5DAY AFTERNOON, FIVE THREE- ROUND C0NTE8TS. GOOD TEN-ROUND CONTEST. ||S JACK MAYNE v. WAL COLEMAN. ? TRAINING EXHIBITIONS UY DAVE SMITH, I.KS O'JJONNELL, BRADLEY, and CLARKE. M Finsr-CLAK; MUSICAL l'lioon.vnui;. AtTEJl.N'OOX TEA 1'llOVlDED lOlt LADIES, f -?£*» ADMISSION : a -id !/? I-idlcg ucccrnpinicil by Gentlemen, FREE. '1 N.S.I. Amateur . i Boxing and Wrestling Championships ?t£jS wil I TAKE N.ACE ON OU ABOUT H 14th APRIL, 1913. , II ENTRIES CLOSE ON 31st MARCH, 1913. r:i further p,«.Mlw, ,rpl). ' ™ANK C. LND^WOOD. ^ \M Railway and Tramway Stadium, Hatte's Arcade, King St., Newtown '''41 TO-NIGHT. SATURDAY -'0 lirv.iM- CVn'-.i. ...

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

I BOWLS AND BOWLERS - BY 'JACK HIGH.' j» - Pair.s perishing. ( The mighty falling. Surprises on Wednesday. Biggest, one at Warring. i)i. ' Kurlng-gal crack;; were ovrwheltued. 1 'Kb. nion I I played a wonderful game.' 1 Bw' Seottie wasn't Pluylii^ : he liml a -rood I hub. Booth filled the vacancy when Pettie went Not th. Hie leading of Lcceh Is described as having been remarkable for its aieuracy. Booth's play was of a more comprehensive character— he held the shots. To h«»Id a shot I* as difficult as to get U ; more so to some men. .Mderson and Dr. Clarke won in 1011, and wc-5 itini.ers-up in mis, hence their surprising 7-33. Such a pronounced victory should hearten L»cch and Booth up lor their Chuptuan-Gan£rcll tir.sh. Another surprise was tho comparatively easy jjiiliUng of Francis and Harris by the Waver Mtri.ln and Johnson (W.) played in very much better form together than when on their lone some. ; They scored on l:.' of the 21 ends, nnd after t.l».» first end, when the Citize...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SWIMMING EVENTS OF THE MOMENT. BONDI WILL ADD TO ITS REPUTATION TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

SWIMMING EVENTS OF THE MOMENT. BY CECIL HEALY. 90NDI WILL ADD TO ITS REPUTATION TO-DAY. Do you know anything ol the history of that ; old established club, which camo to light in what was practically the Stono Age cr na tation here, and built ita headquarters, If not on tho topmost pinnacle o£ fame, at any rate on the cliffs that overlook the basin that lies tuckca in against the southernmost side 0/ Bondi as if avoiding the tury of the mighty Pacific. Not alone has It produced great swimmers o£ the type Jack Helllngs, to send forth to win distinction in distant lands, but It has developed, in its time, some famous natatorial characters, who bave succeeded, by means of quip and quibble, anccdote and re partee, to more than make up for their In ability to please a gathering of critics with an exposition of tho art itself, by constituting themselves tho Illuminating factors on festive occasions. What memories, for Instance, arc conjured up iu tho mind of an old-tinier, by the re colle...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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A FEW BOWLS ITEMS. THE EASTER TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

A FEW BOWLS ITEMS. THE EASTER TOURNAMENT. ; The Queenslandors loming for the Easter tournament will stay at the Oxford Hotel and fie Victorians at ihe Gresham. ' I Messrs. R. S. Warry and P. Cox (ex-W.A.), ] have decided to join the party which will vlBit j Sydney at Eajtor. Both are .strong plavers for their clubs—Maryborough and Warwick. IN THE SOUTll-WEST. 'ihe president and a numerous party had a very enjoyable run in the South-West last week end. Two rinks went down to Woilonyong on Friday, where they met ihe lor '.Is, both sides being up. Alter being royally entertained ? Messis. Spcnce and Co. motond over 10 Bulli, .?ailing iu at Curriiual om tire .\ay. j At Woonona laey picked up four rinks, which had followed them down and engaged the South West clubs in a six-rink game. The visilots in- ? eluded practically the whole of ihe Central j.ud Western distri^ cracks, and the South erners are to be congratulated upon the ' bow ing they made acain.'t them though they did lose by po...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TO MAKE AN AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION. MENTOR OF MENTORS, LARRY FOLEY, IS NEEDED TO APPLY THE FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

TO MAKE AN AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION. MENTOR OF MENTORS, LARRY FOLEY, IS NEEDED TO APPLY THE FINISH. BY 'SOLAR PLEXUB/ Following up the suggestion I put forward in , last week's 'Saturday Referee and Arrow,' to i the effect that our old friend and mentor. Larry j Foley, the nonpareil t»f bis day, might, with great advantage to Australian boxing, intcros^ himself In one or two of the many young glania now nccklng fame and dollars. I take . the opportunity of going more fully into tho mat ter. It Is well-known to rlngmen that the clev erness of many world-famed Australian boxers j of year» ago -was due largely to the tuition of I tho celebrated conqueror of Abe Jllcken. Larry i Foley was Jem Mace's best pupil. Hia lessons | j in tiiy art o( seif-derence were imparted at the never-to-be-forgotten White Horse, the nursery wheucc severul of the world's best emerged at a noted period In the history of boxing. ]( such a man as Larry Foley, possessing tho art In ltn highest form, and tho rarer gi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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HAROLD EWERS MAKES GOOD. ALBERT POOLEY OUTED IN THE THIRD ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

HAROLD EWERS MAKES GOOD. ALBERT POOLEY OUTED IN THE THIRD ROUND. Heavy-weights Harold Ewers, of West Aus tralia, and Albert Pooley, ox-amateur Austral asian champion, met in the in rounds bout. No weights v.ere announced, but It was elicited that the Wcstrallan stands t»rt Sin. weighs lost -Sib. and that the New Jieaiandcr. who is also above the Cft standard. Is much the lighter, . being but -4 lb above the mlddle-wcignt limn. ; The bigger man made play Immediately by shooting out a hard, well-mcnnt left, which was cleverly ducked. Pooley. u shade nervous, missod rather badly with a left and right, but made no mistake with the latter weapon In the body. By blocking the taller man's left, Pooley was able to jolt a fe»v telling lefts to the nose. To these Ilorold responded with hard rights in the body. Although there was nothing much to choose between them in tills round. It. looked as though Poolry's superior science would pre vail. The lighter man shoue In the second. His really cle...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WILLIAM LONGWORTH ON HIS TRAVELS. INCIDENTS & IMPRESSIONS OF HIS SOUTHERN TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

WILLIAM LONGWORTH ON HIS TRAVELS. INCIDENTS & IMPRESSIONS OF HIS SOUTHERN TRIP. BY 'WALER.' 'Well. I had a Jolly gooa.'.n.,, n_ laud portion of it was concerned, but was rfglit 'ofi'.pn the boat ; in fact, I was sick both ways. Of course, wc hud fairly rough weather coming back, and not too good going, but anyhow, 1 am generally a pretty bad sailor.' Such was the reply of ??Billy' Longworth ('William tho Conqueror,' as he was chiir.tencd by 'J.T.D.' in the 'S.T.** when bo won the championships last season) to a general question as to how he had got on In his trip to Tasmania and Victoria. Would your sickness affect your form at all ? SICKNESS WOULD NOT AFFECT FORM. . j 'Not a bit,' was the emphatic reply. 'It i would not do tho least harm. Provided u I swimmer had a couplc of days to get over ii— ? and I had more than that— he could swltn iu* \ well as ever he did.'* I How did you find conditions at Ilobart ? 'The water was very cold when w«» started thy' carnival, but not s...

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LANGFORD AND McVEA BEATEN IN MIMIC WARFARE. BY JACK READ, TEDDY GREEN AND REFEREE HUGH WARD AND ARTHUR SCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

LANGFORD AND McVEA BEATEN IN MIMIC WARFARE, BY JACK READ, TEDDY GREEN AND REFE REES HUGH WARD AND ARTHUR SCOTT. The uppearance of Sam' Landlord and Saiu McVeu at tho Scott Memorial Fund boncJlt »it the Stadium last Saturday m u;j special cir cumstances adds ^r-Mtiy lo thea' .i {ready Im mense popularity, as wus cvicten-ed Dy their reception when they ? ntered tl:.» nn/, with their respective opponents. Jack Uoa-l iMul Teddy Green. I do not. remember any other-. bout that caused so mu.'ij ? hccring hsu' applause as thai, between Langford and Read or as much laughter as the McVoa-Grevn go. i Big Satu McVca and little Ted Green, with Mr. Hugh .1. Ward as referie, all helped to com plete a most amusing item. The bantam cham pion's acting was excellent. His protestations ogainst tho referee not allowing him to bring into action the revolver and iintfe, and hi* warlike attitude when Mr. Ward eautioned him for iniagluary breaches oi the rubs seemed genuine that he brought down the hous*-. ...

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HOBART CRICKET COMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

HOBART CRICKET COMEDY, (By 'NOT OUT.') ? Sonic oi our ^uoil Irienus of ilohnrt lo Ijo ltiKhly cisnpiioiaii'd upou leurnjut: ' . hit ' \.iincii ituruslcy, i.-narlea Macartney, unit y f' Uarbour were not to visit thtui. Tiiey thu beet possible- from New South Wuloa Wb» Ik liiirul.v dlneei-nlble, for tho crowds '-wou-d ' not roll up to c-rleket very lurgely at Hobzil , ? unless ihey were heaveil from the- v;illey to ' I ?' hill by «u earthquake. And It cannot be tine the iioburtlana consider the Mother Sfifs absolutely best l-j necessary to inali# u -0'^i match with tlieSr chosen, lor the Taa-,1 . i lu. cricket never sun'er from swelled head. 1 When a slilc closes at nil for 5 an4' ' i illsmi.-ii-.-j their opponents for lS'.i and u ! ' ' lliercfore win by an innings and :sa n lis It \ may bo considered evident- of th, ( lCi ,'mi- i the vanquished aro outrhis.icd, as; fn,i Tasulrl were lu this Instauco. thi a memorable oi'-et - 1 :-ion iu 1S!1!I, they fleWcd ai the -Sydney Crlck.' (iiou...

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THE TED COVELL COMPLIMENTARY TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

THE TED COVELL COMPLIMENTARY TESTIMONIAL. Those who have promised donations for this worthy object are requested to make them good at once, us the committee have dec'U.J that the presentation will be made at this ofliie next Tuesday night at S o'clock. Any further amounts will be gratefully received by me. Mr. Hedloy Jenkins, the well-known botiui; enthusiast and backer or ex-resident champion Herb. McCoy, is prepared to talk 'business w ith Air. Morey regarding a side-slake up to any 1 amount the latter requires. George Unholz, sparring partner to Frank Picato, wishes second-rate light-weights to know that bis deposit of £5 still remains un covered. It has been in this office for montus. ? Young Kennedy, whose challenge appeared in 'The Referee' some issues back, can be ac commodated by Bob Harris, provided Jack Munro, of the R. and T. Club, will stage the bout. Alf. Goodwin wishes Young Warner to know that a letter care Mr, Williams, of the 'Hawk- let' office, Melbourne, twill fin...

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GROUP OF BOXERS WHO VISITED THE GRAVE OF THE LATE BOB BRYANT AT GORE HI CEMETERY ON SUNDAY LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

GRjQUP QF BOXERS' WHO' VISITED THE GRAVE OF THE LATE BOB BRYANT AT GORE HI CEMETERY On SUNDAY LAST. Those prosont, reading from tho left, Included W. Lawless ('Solar-Plexus'), J. Flanaoan, Tom Cupi tt, VJ. C. Kelly, T. McCann, Dan Tracey, M. Long. Bert Daroin, Roy Kenny, Les O'Donncll, Maurice Boland (father nf Bob Bryant). Johnny Summers, ' Boiand, Bob Yewmcn. Joe Atchcson, Pat Bradley, Claude O'Donncll, E. Good, C. Chandler, Ellis Mobbs, V. Baxter, J. Baxter, C. O'Brien. — rjilrun Studio*, L'ruw'ti Neat.

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NEWCASTLE SPORT TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

NEWCASTLE SPORT fFrom the 'Saturday Referee' Special.) TURF. With the A.J.C. meeting so close nn nana, and so much raring lately, the Newcastle Jockcv Club received a splendid entry for tlndr meeting on Match 1-. next Wednesday. The total on Monday night wa.s 11-. and Mr. J. Gris dale. the Secretary, was very pleased with the response, especially the :bow made by metro Mi nday. if not on Saturday. j I'oolaroo Club is about to make general Im prcvemonts and additions to i ho appointments ot the course. How talcs get about was shown in connec tion with Rosehlll meeting last Saturday. A metropolitan trainer who had a horse engaged iu a certain race and backed his own which Just got beaten, was persuaded to put a tenner on one froin this district, which 'could not lose.' The horse referred to hnd recently been under the vet., nnd wa- bavin* his 'first run with the colors tip. He shaped aeord ii::*,ly. Newcastle tnttcrsaU's Club will hold Its an nual meeting next week. Mr. J. Win.-or has...

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

Doctors Recommend Gilbey's , Dry Gin

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

I ASK FOR Fosters Lager

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SOME OLD-TIME BOXING MATCHES. WHEN JOHN L. SULLIVAN, PETER JACKSON, BILLY MURPHY, GEORGE DIXON, ABE WILLIS, JIM CORBETT, BOB FITZSIMMONS AND JOE GODDARD WERE IN THE LIMELIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

SOME OLD-TIE BOXING MATCHES. WHEN JOHN L. SULLIVAN, PETER JACKSON, BILLY .Ml'RPHV, GEORGE DIXON, ABE \.'1LLIS, JIM CORBETT, BOB F1TZ3I.M.MONS, AND JOE GODDARD , WERE IN' THE LIMEL1GH1 BY W. W. NAUGHTON. : Is toxins to bo placed under the ban In Call- | lornla? - ' '' '' l ?? ' Senator Brown, of Los Angeles, says It Is, iut Senators err in tbe prognostications at limes. .-''M'-'' -?= Brown Is anxious to stamp out professional pugilism in this State, and in pursuance of bis purpose he has framed a bill which Is to bo passed upon by tbe Legislature at present in cession. ... s .'--. .j.. i.si I In tho new measure everything bearing upon boxing contests is made a felony. Nothing In the shape of 3ldc issues has, been overlooked. If a couple Of 'fans' want to discuss the pos sibilities of a scrap that Is to tako placo in some other State they wi'l have, to go out into tho sand dunes and talk in whispers.' Ii is such a prohibitory, air-tight, water tight affair that there is a promise of I...

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THE WEEK'S RACING TOPICS Doncaster and Sydney Cup Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

THE WEEK'S RACING TOPICS BY 'PILOT' Doncaster and Sydney Cup Notes, Double-backers are rar-Jiy without something to keep them occupicd. Th»y have just finished with the Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup, and are already hard at work on the Don rafter Handicap and Sydney Cup, welshu for i which were Issued on Wednesday. Uven before ibeir appearance several combinations were in demand, principally commencing with St. Mc doe, who, however, is not exactly thrown in. He has sone up 31b for his Villiers Stakes third, and is meeting Sunlike, who ran sccond in that race, on a pound worse terms. Lady Medallist has top weight, d.S, which is a pound more than she carried into second place ]nst year. If she were to strip as well that would leave her with a chance, but though she is again working, I question whether sbo can be at her best n fortnight hence. Jolly beggar has 61b more than his Newmarket weight, and Relievo 131b. Ilartfell has 131b more than he successfully carried in the Epsom...

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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS ENGLISH THOUGHTS ON LAWN TENNIS AND THE AUSTRALIAN MATCHES IN PARTICULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS ENGLISH THOUGHTS ON LAWN TENNiS j AND THE AUSTRALIAN MATCHES IX ! PARTICULAR. Every advice to hand fiom Australia cm- | phaslses the success of the English tour. The popular verdict in regard to the personnel of the tourists Is apparently voiced in a letter re ceived from Mr. T. II. Hicku, hon. secretary of the Australasian Association, who declares that 'better sportsmen nnd thoroughly good fellows It -would be impossible to find.' We quote this] acntcnce not with nny desire to applaud our own envoys ; it is testimony which proves at the same time the generous instlucts of the home players. ? The financial success of the tour Is already 1 assured. Indeed, Hie share of profits likely to reach the Lawn Tennis Association should ex ceed all estimates made prior to the event. To the reverse sustained by tho Englishmen nt Sydney when Ihey met the Sydney Metropoli tan Club, very little sfguificuncc attaches, cx- : cept in :o far aa it uhows thot in Mr. Anderson, v. h...

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THE SURFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

THE SURFERS. There was a vast attendance at the Surf Car nival on Saturday, and the metropolitans carried off most of the honors. But something will havc to be done to make the programme more attractive to the public. .\t times they got quite funereal. The best comic event was t;nt ehearsed. A -0 stoue militarv man was boxing with a little fellow and pretending to ' get angry, he looked like annihilating bis op ponent. A big polfceman went to the resrac, looking more serious than a Judge, and the crowd yelled nt his mistake. A contingent of the surfers were taken in a drag to Redhead on Saturday by Mr. C. Richards of Sydney, and had a good time. ? One of tne. sport items of Carnival .Week will be a cycling meeting on Saturday night, when several metropolitan cracks are expected to compete. A match between Jenkins, the English rider, and Sheppard, the local cham pion, is a star item. ? The Rundle Shield, presented Tor competition among the clubs connected with the Northern District B...

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

CRICKET FIXTURES. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. First Gra-i«' Bjlmain -278) v. Middle Harbor, Birchgrcve. A. Lucas and A. Seymour. Burwood (Ufi) v. Peten-ham (103 and 0-11J, Pratten Park. A. P. Williams and J. Nieholls. North Sydney (139) v. Glebe ci-PSj, North Sydney. W. G. French and A. C. Jones. . Gordon (158) v. University (,92j. Chatswood. J. Laing aud C. W. Uaugh. Reiifon; (4-l£W) v. Central Cumberland (162), llclfem. W. Curran and J. A. Tiinibull. Paddington (O-IO) v. Waverley (270), S.C.G. No. L «. Callaway and R. Thomwaitc. Sydney,' a bye. t Second and Third Grade matches 85 usual.

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