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PAT BRADLEY, VICTOR AGAIN. CHARLIE GODFREY OUTED IN HALF A ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

PAT BRADLbY, VICTOR AGAIN. CHARLIE GODFREY OUTED IN* HALF A ROUND. It was a poor house at the Stadium on Wed nesday night lo witness the contest between , Pat Bradley, of America, aitd Charlie Godfrey, j nti Kngllsh boxer, who has performed well In England. South Africa, and Queensland, and | who claims to have had KM battles, and to have lost only four. In the list, of his van quished aro such well-known middle-weights as Ted Whiting and Gus. Devitt. i Tho sparse attendance was undoubtedly due to the Inky glootn of tho gas strik*. There cannot be any other cause, for. despite Pat's moderate showing' against Audouy, compared with his form when he accounted for Maurice Fleming, mil Rudd. and Jean Audouy, reports from his training camp were to tho effect that he was at the top of his form. This, together with the fine record of his opponent, were stif ttelent to warrant a much bigger house. Messrs. Arthur Scott and Win. Kerr officiated as usual as referee and timekeeper respective- j ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION, Fourth Round of Re-draw (March 8 and 15) ? A* t»rade ; — No. 1 Division : Surrey United v. Standard, N-i. 9 wicket, F. Lea and S. Merrick ? Oriental * Glammis, No. 7, P. M. Cohen aud II. Mutter ! Surrey United li v. Avenue Ramblers, No. 0, I. Ha.'t nil Greer. 'No. 2 Division (scmi-tinaU) ; Y.M.C.X. V! Gladstone, No. 8, T. Kent and P. Moffatt ; Tram'wav Works v. Oroya, No. 3, A. E. Ritchie and E. Cobb ham. B Grade. — No. I Division ; Eilgecliff Juniors v. Gor- ' dons, No. i wicket, II. Roycr and F. MmTrty; \\\ Allnrt v. Standard B, No. 1, G. Siholkdd and S. Iliirdv ? |Vt- ; re I v. Little Coogee, No. 15. W. Priddy and J. l.'ainis ; KnOuntter^ May' ?? Gh nwiK»l. No 2. C. A j and W. Reidy ; Elsinor v. Paling's. No. 5. J. Toomev and S. Puflctt. No. 2 Division ; Mick Simmons v. Marj'lcbone, No. 11, E. Hawkins and J. Woufc ; Wotd- 1 nahra v. P.iddiugton Juniors, No. Ifi : Wbiti- Ii.»m- v. St. John's, No. 10 ; S. S. 'J'helma v. V.M.C..4, 'IJ,' .v-». II. Adelaid...

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ROY KENNY v. JACK CLARKE AN INTERNATIONAL CONTEST AT THE STADIUM TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

KOY KENNY v. JACK CLARKE AX INTERNATIONAL CONTEST AT THE STADIUM TO-Nit»HT. America unci England will be repreflcnted In | the Stadium contest to-night, Roy Kenny will sport the Stars and Stripes, and .lack Clarke the Union Jack. In order to disabuse the minds of the many who believe tho American *?111 have a big pull in weight. It Is as well to nentlon that the differences will not nmoun' 'o more than throe or four pounds. Hut where a certainly a Mr disadvantage. Both are in perfect condition. Those who 'Uncascd Clarke's plucky showing against acavy-wolfibt DIM Walsh (who needed 17 rounds to gain a victory- over tho gritty Kngllshtnam. and his great victory over the hard-hitting middle-weight. Rob Frazer, will pin their faith on him bringing home the 'bacf»a.' Hoy, on tbe other hand. Is very confident. It should be a rattling good go. WHT NOT A PRELIMINARY BOITT ? The abrupt termination to Wednesday night's icut. and the many disappointed spectators who -ad paid with the expectatio...

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE [?]) THE INTER-STATE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

BOWLS AND BOWLERS. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE S.) (By 'JACK HIGH.') THE INTER-STATE MATCHES. The selection committee h.ts selected the fol lowing players to represent New South Wale# lu the inter-Asbodutlon matches asalnst Vlc torln and Queensland at Kastcr : Against Victoria. — Arnott, Chapman. \'o, Moses (c.); Spenre. Donaldson. R. C. Willlapi*. Thorpe f c. - ; Marks. T. Anderson. ThJrne. Harris ie.»: Breckenridge, Chandler, Cox. Wj'.hlborg (e.). Against Queensland.— Colgour. Leitch. Mor ^uti, riual ic.i; trawiry, uriuuns, ♦». H. Gartrell (c.-; Holmes, Taylor. Walters, Love (c.); Flook, Mticlarin, Hingst. Brntawicb lc). Tho Vieiorians are not bringing a particu larly strong side, hut that's no reason why .\-vr South Wales should lake risks. The absence from this team of unbeaten skippers like W. H. Gartrell. who has the best record of all th$ skippers, nnd F. A. Morgan, arc weak points which suggest themselves. Also, why even if Marks was a good leader once, why play .1 third man leadin...

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

r . Che globe j This week's issue of 'The Globe' Includes tfio p| following fjj ILLUSTRATIONS 1 SPORTING ILLUSTRATIONS. 'So TIIE WORLD'S PROGRESS ILLUSTRATED. i f WORK AND WAGES PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS. - -? STORY ILLUSTRATIONS. COMIC ILLUSTRATIONS. $ PEOPLE OF 1'IiK PERIOD. £ l.\I)S AND LAPSES PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS ih PRIZE COMPETITION ILLUSTRATIONS. '?« THE READING MATTER j INCLUDES ^ ALL QUESTIONS ANSWERED PAGE. '. '! ,5 SPORTING GOSSIP AND ANECDOTES. & P\1'.S I'KOM ALL PARTS. THE WORLD'S PROGRESS. WORK AND WAOBS THE WORLD OVER. 'i $ DISCUSSIONS FOR MEN AND WOMEN, £? THE COMIC SIDE OF LIFE. if PEOPLE OK THE PERIOD. THE HANDY MAN PAGK. ? LADS AND LASSES PAGE. { FAMILY COUNCIL PAGE. £ CHIMP'S CORNER. POULTRY NOTES. ! GARDENING NOTES. PRIZE COMPETITIONS. : { -

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ROSEHILL CUP. (To start at 4.20 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

ROSEHILL CUP. (To «tart al 4.20 p.m.) A handicap sweepstakes cf 5 sovs each. 1 so** forfeit, only ;f declared to the secretary of the Rosehill Raring Club before I p.ns. on Thursday. March 6, 191.1, with 1000 *or# added. The owner of the second horse to receive 2^0 »ov?. and the owner of the third horw 100 sov* from tbe prize. »Tbe winner of any handicap flat race, after the declaration of weights, to carry *lb extra; of two or more handicaps, 101b extra. IJ mile. Mr. H. .1. Winten's br g MY GAVONNI, 6yrs ..0 7 Mr. A. B. Nagel's br h RRIGHT LADDIE, f-yrs ..0 5 Mr. F. Morton's br h HARTFELL, 5-r$ .. .. S 12 Mr. W. Kelso's ch h FLANEN. nged ? S It Mr. Colin Smith** br b BEVERAGE. 5yr* .. .. S |n Mr. F. Merton's b h' HALLOWSIAS. ft.vrs .. 8 fi Mr. W. W, ciift's blk g SIR WILLIE, 5m .. S Mr. 'A. Too'' ch h (MEAN BLUE. Ivrs*., .. 8 a Mr. M. Harris* br m ANGELlQUE, 6-rs .. .. S 2 Mr. r. MertonV U c AURIFER. r.yrv ? ji 2 Mr. I. TjirnshawV br m MOORfLLA, .*vrs .... 8 1 Mr. P. Reynolds' br h...

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

/ II.I'.IUI HIS ric It 'I* 111 ?(HIV I.KACI K FdOTIIAI.I. i (M il.— Tlie null .imrnal .V.TtlMK wilt t.p held a, CI, I,, T„„„ Hull NHXT MONDAY, MAItfll ' . Mi-mliiT.. Inti'ihlii'^ MimhIhtp, a, „1 Huppurtel.. i-t .? Ji.illy imitoil !?- iitleiid. __J ? __i'- 1'1'TOX, lion. S,t. pAsn:itx si T.t iiii.s iiis'inK-r' i'(i-iTiiAU,~c!.t ii: J ( .M.II.t . I. Tlie Tliirtt-i'iitli Annual (Icnoral Meet*. ilia III. tin- ulmif Club \iill lie lirlil |n t|,„ li-z t . - T..»n Hull .... .MUNDW. ITtl. IXST., 'Ht s 3.\il -!n. il'crs Iiml Inti'.Mins .llemlicrB u.o rrquretcd ' atttenil. _ M. McAUTIIl'lt, s..c- : j 1-l'.l)ri:iiX (llualiy l,cu«i.|.) A.'.nial Merlins, Mo.id.iy, ?IV Ma. ell in. C.i.-, vi, It.Hfl. fi.»,v.i anil Cli'iclunil -Is., ^4 B .MrmiUM* ,H't| Moniher.s i''HUrstCil to atli 11.1. ? I'. I.. IlltOWX, Hon. See. '?% Wear the Clothes Mow—Pay Later ?\\ hat better way could you hnvc than tlilK Hon? are Ihe CLOTHES 1 j-uu xvnnt, light In price, light in quality, and yet you buy what you ' like, ami...

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY, MARCH 8. ELMS HANDICAP. (To start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

vV.R.C. AUTUMN MEBT1NG. FOURTH DAY— SATURDAY, MARCH S. ELMS HANDICAP. (To start at 1.30 p.m.) A sweepstakes ol 3 sovs each, 1 forfeit, with 300 added' I second bone lo reirivc t-0 jn.l ihe tliir.l Ml ,ova out o( the stake. For three-year-olds. Winner of any handicap flat race, alter Ihe declaration vt wcichLs to carry ? lb extra. 7 furlongs. ' i *t lb ,t Sheriff Muir .. ..flu Fla-k ? \i !?» Rathloa .. .. .. .. 8 1.5 ('noljinjigni* -» .. I Aleconner ? so . '* r o 1 l^Jtdi Amos ? S n Fleuru» .. .V !! ii m 1 Hero? ? ? 7 Amnc»tea .. .V ' n -t 1 Kwasind ? ^ 5 lanl«tuiie .. ' « - 1 Heather Go ? a 3 Dy|-* ... . ' 1 l Decside ? s O Parol!, 's . 1 The Luitie .. .. .. 7. 12 Parrakellva.. ' n - 1 Posittw .. .. .. .. 7, I) Aerial Queen '* - I Yenetia ? ? 7 T Slunit .. .. ^ *' fi - I A\ance ...... .. 71 i^)rncz ... r - Dobindic .. . C lo ' ' u 1 .. GIBSON CAR.MICHAEL STAKES. (lo sure at ;.M p.m.) A hamheap sweepstakes o( ill 5„„ each. 1 forfeil. with oOO added; se* ond Iiorh' lo receive 125 and ...

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AUSTRALIAN RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

AUSTRALIAN RULES. A Broken 1(11! (cam will visit Victoria durlnj 'the coming season, playing at Ararat, Ballarat, Bepillgo, and Maryborough. All the elubs save North Shore have held tllcli meetings, and the NoithcrnerE completa the Hat on Tuesday nlghl. Sydney will hold tlielr annual meeting at the Sports Club on Wednesday next, at 8 p.m. The game— and Paddlngton in particular— will soon be deprived ot one of Its foremost expn I I ills in Sydney. In the person ot Capt. B. Watts. The popular skipper of -the Bluc and ?White will only be able to play one more 5ca soi., 'us nt'the end tit this ..ear he goes Homo U: nut in a couple or ycar3 In tho Imperial 'He who hesitate? Is lost.' The Empire Bil Pard Theatre management did not henlutc to Inrinl. lOlei trle Light on the lirst rumor of tha fir a strike. Result— a brighter light and a bel ief gunic than ever. Drop Into the Empire to i.lght and note the improvement. It's right od 1 1'bllp Tattersnll'!) flub. Pitt-street.— »

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CHAMPION STAKES. (To start at [?] p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

ClfAMPro.V STAKES. (To *Mrt at !».m.) A sweep^tykes rf l«» so\r carli. 2 forfeit, with 10C0 added, .-eeom! her-L' to r.'ceive 2ft- nnd the third l'.-o wv. v\n ol i!i- *tako. For ihree-year-old« and upnsrd^ Weislu.for*ase. Unless th«* raee I- run in 5min or under. tlv- afld^i monrv will be reduced li 5o»j jnd ihe an»l thinl money LV» ?or« and 75 sovs respectively : l»ti: thr stew^rd^. hat in? regard e- th«- -t.Tfe -?«' th-~ «wy. il ibee think f*t. m an- t::r« 1:5* «m»» l-onr lwfor-» the time fixed ior starting ?t:cl» rate. \;;n or alter the alcove cunditKU ,t» : 1 in* lime within which the racc is to be run. 3 mile-. I Messrs Robin#n:i and ClarkV rh Ii EUDORUS (imp.), by Forfa?-hire--Pemi-wiju', .iged; trainer. J. II. Breuer ? 0 5 Mr. I. Birk*.» br h CADONIA. by Prudent King — Enooma. 5vrs; trainer, t\ O'Rourke ? 9 3 Mr. R. B. Ilogtae's l- c OFFA. bv Duke of Mel ton-Ceres. irnincr. rll. O'Connor .... 0 2 Mr. J. !*. Kirby'- br s THE PARISIAN, by Bobadil— The PariMcnnc, age»l ; trainer...

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BOXING WORLD. TO-NIGHT'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

BOXING WORLD. ^ j* BY 'SOLAR PLEXUS.' j* TO-NIGHT'S KlXTfFlKS. Stadium : .lack Clark v. Hoy Krnny. \t Sutherland : Chick Thm -kery v. (Jro. Spurkcs,

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FISHING. (By "PACIFIC") SYDNEY COVE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

FISHING. (By 'PACIFIC.') SYDNEY COVE. Morning. Afternoon. To-day ? ? 8.30 .. S.49 To-mcrrow ? ? U.4 .. 9.19 Monday ? ? ? ? . . 9.35 . . 9.61 Add (approximately) 30 minures for Newcastle, La Perouso, Port Hackimr, and Sans Souci; 1 hour for llawkcsbtitv Bridge, t\-wan, and Como; 1? hour Bo rowra; 2 hours, Woy Woy and Point Clare; 2| hours, G'os/o nl. Reports from Port Hacking show that red bream are being caught in large quantities. During two days, flsbing at Gymea Bay Messrs. Harper, .Way. Bennett, and Lane met -with much success. Whiting were also fairly plentiful. ? Messrs. J. Gaunon F. Scott, and W. Cosgrove secured several flat-head and black bream be tween the bridge and punt at Como. KlAthcad and whitln'grare giving good sport on the Hawkesbury. Fair catches have been made uear Dangar Island and the Broadwater.

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

CRICKET RAT REPAIRS. QALL OK WUJTJ Lale 0at Rep*ir«p ? victor Trumpar'i At 57 King St. Arcade, (Over J. Peancn's.) Tennis iv.cQuet repairs. 'THE GLOBE,' EVERY TUESDAY, ^ ?U1E PEHHY* . SPORTS SPECIALISTS. HcSUJLLAN DEERY & CO. LTD. I OPEN FRIDAY NIQHT TILL » P.M. . I BVDSEV SPOBTS DEPOT (opp. Hotel Au*tr*lit). \ 3SXa#U8r*Bg}i Sjar«et Sydney.

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SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS. ' (Bv 'RAMDLKR.'; 'Rustic' writes : The coaching work tho Cricket Association Is doing is commendable, hs.t as far as the country Is eohcornod I think a slight alteration in methods would be bcm.» hoial. If. Instead of sending grade teams to places where there is no turf wkkct nnd where through irregular water supply it will be dlt uvuit to maintain one. the controlling body would devote the money towards bringing the country team to Sydney at least three day* Icforc the annual fixture, so that the players could obtain practice under the guidance of Allck Bannerman, 1 think a better result woull u.aue.' A. C. Bannerman has made the following ar rangements for next week . To-day, Paddlngton v Waverley, Sydney Cricket Ground ; Monday. Colts ; Tuesday, Redfern : WednesdHv Gtorge (Second Grade) : Thursday, Petcrshau v Peteruham Public School ; Friday, St. Igna tius College. The Colts to practise on Monday are : Calla way, O'Keefc, W. E. Clark, H. Pcartson, R. A. M...

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CRICKET AND CRICKET ECHOES FROM HOBART. STATE AND CLUB GOSSIP. SOUTH AUSTRALIA TAKES THE SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

CRICKET AND CRICKETERS I ECHOES FROM HOBART. | BY '-GULLIVER.' j STATE AN D CLUB GOSSIP. tjOl'TH AUSTRALIA TAKES THE SHIELD. Kxpoctatious won? (uliilicu by South Australia in defeating Victoria ,»nd winning the Shield; that is, expectation:* formed after the New South Wales v. Victoria match hail been de cided in Sydney foim- weeks back. Willi the best poHsiblo eleven in the field Victoria would probably not have defeutr«» South Australia under equal weather condition**, and with .1. T*vdf»r fthsnnt nn«t iht» conditions favorlne South Australia u victory for the Wheat holders by 166 runs is by no means colosanl. South Australia appeared to have had tho match 'won before the last day's cricket was entered upon, hut oven bo. Victoria still pos sessed a chance when play ceased on .Monday night. Later rain turned the wlokrt into a glue pot. and left the Melbourne men Jn a hopeless plight. Though South Australia made u9o runs in tho match, only two men topped f.O, vU.: J. N. Crawford 163...

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RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

RUGBY UNION. \\\ J. Burlelsh. the old South Pvdnev threo- I quarter bm-h— the man who |,ot!»d that goal 1 for New Soulh WnlCH nsninsi the famous All ? Blneks— haa retired from the Water and I Seucritso Hoard office, nri-l become a bnnifa'o B aa mine host of Ihc Erskincvtllc Hotel, Erskine. B ville. ?

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FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE. (Bv 'RAMBLER.') hastcrn suburbs' annual meeting was most successful. 'Dally' Messenger was amongst the spokesmen. There Is still a hope that he will wear the red, while and blue this season. Homo Western newspapers expect that th« chnmplon will tempt fortune ns a country boui fnc« shortly. Wc shall see ? Though tho premiers received £1004/10/8 dur ing the year, the club did not find It sufficient for all requirements, for the credit balance which the season opened— £28/2 '3— has b-.«^o reduced to JCtyl/10. Tbe share of gale receipts and season tl:ket* equalled JC(i70/W~\ and the following amount* were distributed as bonuses to players : Firat Grade. £#37. '2/# ; Second Grade. £60/16/ ; Third Grade, £35'3/. In addition, 'assurance, ou'.tlt, and training expenses' used up £ 160/13/3. South Sydney's annual meeting was most suc cessful; The report tol,| of prosperity, tho Klrst Grade tram winning the City Cup, and Ihe Third Grade securing the Premiership. The rec...

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

Forbes Jockey (Hub. AUTUMN MEETING. APRIL 14th and 15th, 1923. FIIIST DAY. Till: orMMNU HANL'Ii. Al\ uf 2i *ov». Distance d III! 'thIAI. STAKED. of II' lot f. Dl-tsncc 0 furlong. I .',- j; tior.f, Hut b;iw wt««r wo:« ;ei adtrrttocd pritt r; i i fv.-i «ir over t.» »ig':t r.i general emiy. rr ?: w Tl'MN handicap. oi :o o,«. Pittance 1 mile. tlii: vvi:i.ti:ij handicap. i:» nisuntc 7 fur. Imp.-. Minimum w2:';;h:, 5-t. nn: ri.VINti .MANUK A!', uf 2'J hvj. Distance 6 fur I»ng.«. SKCONIl PA V. nir. rnr.sinr.NT'.s kaspicap, of 20 *ova. nutance u turl^mcj*. Till' HAVMCAP, ni l-» fr»v». Distance 6 fur r^v a!l hones that b.re »;fvrr won Jn advcr iK-d prise nf lu *o\ -- it n* -?? *\ hn- «-f Martins. Fill: POIIHKS JOCKKV CM It J|AND!t'\P, of HO nov-. D.it^ncr t niilu 1 Jurlcuc. n:i: ilvinc weltkr handicap. n' \r, *-v». m» lire.* T furlong. M»'»iim:n v.-fshr. '. i 71b. TIM! IWRKWKLL HANDICAP, ot -'J *ovj. Disuncc 6 in rlongf. A J.C. and W.D.rt.A. Rule*. Nomination.* for Autumn ami F.J.C. Handicap...

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

? ? ' _ TURF GOSSIP. ? Rosehlll Cup meeting to-day. At* Flemingiori the V.R.C. Autv.mu meetlns Vill be concluded. In France last year the Totalizator turnover was £14,860,791. Mr. A. II. Hart will receivc entries on Mon day next, luth Inst., lot* the Kcnibla Graiig-,* meeting to take placc on Tuesday, isth inst. Gigandra was knocked about. to auch an cx i tent when he fell in the Newmarket Handicap l that he is unlikely to race al tUc A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. ! The Hon. G. Lambtuu has f-S horses In work in England this fctwuon. Mr. Lambton lo a very tlcver trainer, bui personal supervision of the doings of .such a large tvam is almosl out of tho question. The Bathurst Pony Racing Club'a programme for March 22 and 21, will bo found In another column, and entrloa close with Mr, C. Brlggn on Mboduy, 17th Inat. The prize-money for tbe Wallecnd Easter mbotlng on March 22 nnd 24, totals £120o, ./ad entries cIojc with Mr, E. Crouther, WallscitU, or Mr, H. B, Dundo, Sydney, on ^Thursday, 13tb...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

ON THE TRACK. ItAKDWlCK. Thursday, Sonu? very fast times wen* rccordwi on the middle gnus track this mortung. Bernard ran tcven furlongs in J.301, while hi- sUMe-male, Alured, ran six fur* loiuj- in l.lCj. Doth these were the fastest gallops of th** morning. Tcc beft mile «*as that run by Hallowmas ami r.oldeu Hop. llnirhed toother in 1.45. Mai djr'. went nia 1\ over :i\ J'urlong?, and Moorilla ran j. strong round. Kn Haul put a mile past in 1.50 i-jsily. ilaithui ton!: 1.21 to run -ix furiongt'. Kena way wjs not extended, and Ladv Medallist went «(rn(!i!v .»rw n rii.-'.v fairoii anil rj.. a milt* t'gr.ber iu l.-7, cotn^ well. Malthuaian and Cob banco got over aix furloagj in l.i!0. AH Goo»I went well over h.;ven furlong?. Ixrta ran six ftirlongi in 1.16. .j.icantar warily ran a mile in 1.51. Zinlta and Bretelle rati .d:; I'urlongr. in J.'Jf. Lorrlle ipnrted a aharj) hab' ndle. Uy Gavonni was going better than Drigbt at tbe end of a mile, run In l.JCj. Prince Flat u.? 'got over teve...

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