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ROSEHILL RACES SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1913. GRANVILLE STAKES. (To start at 2.15 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

ROSEHILL RACES SATURDAY. MARCH S. 1913, GRANVILLE STAKES. (To auri nl 2.15 p.m.- A handicap «»f. H*i »or«« with u .wrcpuakpi of 1 *ov eneh for starter* added; «ccond horN- 15 -o\- and third hone -5 *ov# irom the prixe. For all how* that have never rc«vi%cd a prire in a Hat rare cxtrrlin^ the valiv» of t*f %ot-. at tim«» 'f «urtirs. Apprrwtici** who have no; ridden rt*e winner* dunna their ap prenticeship allowed 511».. providetl no hor«e ca rites lew tlian t».7. Tbe winner of any handicap flat race, after the declaration -*f wpisrhu, to ti»rr} I0tf» extra; of two or more haudicap? Hlb extra. 7 furious*. -t lb Mr. W. \V. riift's b c W.A.C.. tvr^ ? 3 *' Mr. F. Morton's* br ia MAl.hANT. *yr- ? 0 o Mr, Sunlr*-%' blk u» SPANISH IHPSY, iyr- ft 32 Mr. J. U. WalkerV ih ( I.APV 1RKX, n-r« .... S 7 Mr. *'K. J*. Macl^odV* br m MISS LAMITON. ? ? ^ ? Mr. .1. Mid'hecV b or br h ABBA, ft.m ? * » Mr 'K. J. Craven'*' br or blk h MA1.TIIUS. 4vr# S 3 Mr. Oilvon Fov** -r s W.ISB MI'RPHV. 4vi- .. S 2 Mr...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. Rowdull Cup Meeting.— Firnt racc, 2.1ft p.m. Special j train* uiil leave the Central Hallway Station a* i follow#.: — Ror*os 11.22 a.m.; p*?sengers, fir«t-el»*» : 12.40 a.m.. firet and second class 11.53 a.m., 12.7. : 12.22. 12.50. l.S, 1.20, 1,27, and 1.37 p.m.; *ocond class 12. .11 p.m. V.R.C. Autumn Mooting, Fleralngton. — First race, 1.30 p.m.; la*t racc, o.lO p.m.

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ROSEHILL RACES. (By "PILOT.") GRANVILLE STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ROSEHILL RACES. (By 'PILOT.') GRANVILLE STAKES : MEDICINE HAT ? 1 lielaru ? - Myranglo Maid ? 3 CAMELLIA STAKES : LETa ? ? ?? ?? - ?? 1 En Hunt. ? ? .. ?? - Mloccnc ? ? ?? ?? .... 3 CLYDE STAKES : | LADY DENMAN ? ? 1 i Caroel ? ? ? - R.vmcrhllil ? ? 3 NURSERY HANDICAP : PT. CARWYNE ? ? - 1 Krnt Loch ? ? 2 Crpma ? ? ? ? ?? ? 3 ROSEHILL CUr : MOORILLA ? ? — - 1 loll ? 2 My Gnvonni or Rernard ? . .. . 3 CARLINGFORD MILE : nbcktis ? i R'.ibpcula ? ? .. ? Kllmcadon ? 3 (By 'THE SOOUT.') GRANVILLE STAKES : NIGHTWALK ? 1 Medicine Hat ? i Blind .Murphy ? ? ? .. 3 CAMELLIA STAKES: TORULA ? '. ? ? .. 1 Peronclla ? ? ? 2 Mloccnc ? ? .. .. .. 3 CLYDE STAKES : NOOGILLA .. .. .. .. .. .. .. - 1 i Weblmhlc ? ? ,.1.. .. .. .. j Dr. Hart ? ? ? .. .. .. 3 NURSERY 'HANDICAP : ST. CARWYNE .. .. .. 1 Zlntl ? ? ? ? i Malt Lily .. .. .. .. ^ 3 ROSEHILL CUP : 10LI ? ? .. ^ „ j Bernard ? ' 2 Prlncc Lack ? ' 3 CARLINGFORD MILE : ODIST ? j Necktie ? ** ' 2 Master Flavus ?...

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

RATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE. ' Manaslt.' Dirrrtor ? m:\*. ,T. FIT.LKI? BRENNAN FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE. I P\ I 1 \ !? MV': j 1 -. i .MATIN'KKS. J'.ATI It !V\ YS AND WKDNKSDA YS, Pircet fiom - Jenieiev— -Pii.-t Aiipearwucc, THE SEVEN HERALOOS, Purepo'.'s 4 .1 A- rohat.-. Turret from Aincrii.i — Cjist Apnenr.ince, VAN CAMP'S EDUCATEO PIG, , The -Jren|rfit N'evrhv lAtnnt. , THE LESSOS. / Me-.p|»y .hii-rlms jiifl Shiii-j'sheoiiii'. 1 EVA MUDQE, - The Pnpule.r 'Militirv Mftid.'' ANIMAL 'c.Un'.uS. J-)i: CHARLES. THE ROSFBCDS, MOniHS, SHAXP, and KITTY. liAHJORIF. DAW, HALI. RA1XE, t VAUGHAX and BERRY.- ? w J ; fi'icvi and Plan as laual. ^

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

CYCLISTS AND ATHLETES -YOUR PROGRAM! THIS AFTERNOON.— visit SPORTS GROCNP. »itf hiu .1 ,|-in on tracl. . cr tnjw FcPtrtinainj. if veo 0117 choose. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, — You should cfruiidy b« en rh' -rOH'lS i.ROI.'ND. f.o'd .ind ^t coursa you can tMiq on track or grj;s. ^ccul Ifin^— Ncntown Jubilee Ath!o»;c Lvcr.t;., ar.1 a Cv clo ltac« or twe. Y6U WILL, OF COUftSE. r.ET YOUR FRIENDS TO C 0-fK. ADMlSSlOjSi S1SP£XCE .(iftQlajUn^ {he iljht to u&la), LADIES) accQmpaaicd by .GeiulGmec, FREE, ^ ^ W,

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

ATHLETIC GOSSIP ® Br 'MENTOR.' .) TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. ThirnWsh Miow.— H.o, ? 1 1 1 .* | » jer nirmbrrf ol the N.S.W. A. A. A. .Milne* -port» Ground.- Ka?t -yhi\-, UUhhardt, and South SylnrN Harrier.-, club -pvr:-. TO-DAY'S OPEN HANDICAP. Amateur sprinters will be in action at Thorn k-ich this afternoon, when the event of Interest will be the lOOjds open handicap, to be con ducted in conjunction with the local show. For a racc such a dlotancc from the city, an excclleut entry has been received, thlriy-four sprinters having nominated. Owing to there being only four tracks, nine heats will be dc clden, and this will necessitate three semi final. F. C. Madeley Is virtual scratch off 1yd. He is at present displaying good form, nnd fbould annex the first beat from R. J. O'Donnell (0yds). T. Ferguson («yds), and R. Henderson, with Gyds, should supply the loading places In the next. The third appears good for J. C. Slo mun Hyde), with G. A. Morris (8yds) nearest. A. Holland Is- well treated ...

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

TROTTING. (By 'RAMBLER.') There wns a large attendance aud good fields il Epplng on Tuesday. The improvements in the ground were mu^h appreciated. Daisy V. was the only first favorite to win, though In one or two other cases tbe winners were fairly well backed. The Australian Trotting Club will hold Its initial meeting of the year at Victoria Park on Tuesday next. A mo^t attractive programme will be submitted to patrons. The Club Han dicap, of £S0. Ii mile, Is the main event of the afternoon. In all, £-23 will be distributed in ITizes, The Allendale Stock Farm dispersal sale took place in Melbourne on Wednesday. Abbey Bells brought 525 guineas, and was purchased by Mr. j. CocUblU, of South Melbourne. Mr. Will Whit burn paid 202}gt» for Dan Bells, and J. Jackson ;00gs for Marvin's Heir. Klllarney Chimes, Pcrby Bells, und Marvin Wilklc were secure i 'cy Neve South Wales buyers.

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

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

Blessed ia be that expectoth Utile, fo.* he shall nit be disappointed : 'Tho English Ama teur Swimming Association hits decided not to send u s'-vimmor to Australia.' Do you want to make money out of Poultry or your garden ? Read regularly the back page uf the 'Globe.' GRAND BILLIARD TOURNAMENT hi aid vi iIh- l.i.j.1 Major's Scott Fund. Promoted .m-l controlled l»v the Amateur Milliard Association ol N.S. \\,-\ .... I n«1er tlie Patronage of tin* Lord Mayor. i FLYING HANDICAP el 100 IP. j MONDAY AFTERNOON M:\T at 3 o'clock, and 1'.* riling at 8 o'clock, tn^ Mwr*. JJejro.'i mimI Smith'* Milliard Hall. 216 Ca«t-rvagh-*trett. Sixteen hading Amateur* and Pro* iesjionab. including Mi»« Ruby Robert-, Lady Champion ol the World., AdmiiJiou ii and ww ? ? ? i^.A. fiflXLK* Hfiflt ficcv_j

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

ALBERT SLUICE (REG. A.J.C.) MEMBER OF CITY TATTERSALL'S. Rosehill To-day, LEGER. LONG ODDS. Be N l) I SWIMMING CLUB. 21*t ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP CARNIVAL, AT UONIM 1-ATH-, THIS AFTERNOON. V OMlE£3PS0t

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AMERICAN IDEA OF AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING POOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

AMERICAN IDEA OF AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING POOLS. Swimmers in the Antipodes look forward to the most successful season that they have had since clubs of large membership have put the sport on a basis of greater popularity. Both In New Zealand and Australia the increase of swimmers Is beyond that of any other countries in proportion ^o popuiauoD. Where a sport is of so much popular interest it Is but natural that the best facilities should be provided for its -participants. Swimming pools and public bath4 are better in the coun tries below the Southern Cross than they ari^ in the United States, and we think that we arc wclf equipped here, especially in the larger cities. Duke Kahanamoku has been extended a spe cial invitation to go to Australia and swim against tbo best men of both eountrieri. The ! ebanccs arc that he will make the trip. I ( hi' of the poo!.* in which he will be invitrd to swim is tint of the muub ipal baths at Syd ney, New South Wales. We are producing a i photograph, wh...

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CYCLING NOTES. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8). REPLY TO A RIDER'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

CYCLING NOTES. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8), REPLY TO A RIDER'S COMPLAINT. Mr. C. C. Hooper, hon. secretary of the West ern Suburbs Club, writes in reply to the letter from mr. K Oonmee, published in last issue, complaining of unfair treatment ho claimed had been racted out io him by that club in connection with a recent track race : start in the Enfield-Burwood Clue's race also the Western Suburbs event, as one of cur rules is to thj effect that no member is al lowed to race with two clubs or compete in our events he then being a racing member of another club. Mr. Coumee said he would start in tho 'Burwood's,' as he could win. and added ho would resign from the other club, and In future race with the Western Suburbs. This in Itself explains that he understood that ho was not eligible for our event, which was run about half an hour after the Enticld-Burwooa's ' 'During my temporary absence from the arena the second heat of our race was started, and among the starters was Mr. Conmee. 1 th...

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TRAINER SECURES £10 DAMAGES FOR LIBEL. LAW COURTS SEQUEL TO DEFEAT IN A STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

TRAINER SECURES £10 BAMAGES FOR LIBEL. LAW COURTS SEQUEL TO DEFEAT IX A STEEPLECHASE. Mr. Ernest Cookson, a well-known trainer of racehorses In England, in the King's Bench, lest January, obtained ilio damages for a libel published in the 'Sporting Life.' Mrs. 13. M. Hroonilield, proprietress, and Mr. W. Lints Smith, editor, were both sued. At tho Bog3lde races, near Ayr, on October 28, 1011, the plaintiff ran the horse -Tarpolcon In tbo Garnock Steeplechase. Two days later the fol lowing was published in the 'Sporting Life' 'For what opposition he put up against Fly i Ing Shuttle iu the Garnock Steeplcrhase, Tnr polcou might well have been retained in bis stable, li appears ihat Mr. Cookson's horse had only recently recovered from nn operation on one of his legs, the effects of which were curly apparent In the rr.rr, for the pair had not gone far before Tarpoleon was hopelessly beaten, and fulled after struggling in the rear for half tbe distance. ? Mr. Alexander I). Tully, veterin...

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

SURF GOSSIP. (By 'SHAIIKBAIT.') The Newcastle Surf Club's fltth annual carni val last Saturday was witnessed by aii Immense crowd. The two best event3 were the rescue and resuscitation competition, won by the Mwnlj Life Saving Club with 51 polnie. North Bond! being second with 17 points, and the Alarm Reel Race, won by Xorth Bondi, with Eresn u-ntnr sr»rond. The varied programme also included exhibi tions of ju-Jitsu, surf-boat displays, surf shoot ing, and a uumber of comical events. It was prefaced by a procession of surfers and others to the beach, wbcre preparations bad been made /or a record carnival. The *cc retury of the club, together with a capable com mittee. are to be congratulated on their matr | agement of ouch a successful carnival. j In the fancy dress parade, S. Xott, of tbe Mnnly Life-Saving Club, was awarded the prize for the best poster, J. Devon for th** best comic, and E. Hough for the most original cosiuni?. Following are the results : — Grand Parade by Surf Cl...

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THE WORLD'S GREATEST SWEEP. £1500 A YEAR FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

THE WORLD'S GREATEST SWEEP. JE150Q A YEAR FOR LIFE. I «m going tc give you the history of th« biggest tweep on rccord (writes a Calcutta cor respondent of the 'Licensed Victuallers' Ga Jiottc'). The story has been told In bits from time to time, but 1 don't think it has ever been covered fully. While passing1 through Cal cutta 1 hnd the privilege of meeting one of ths executive officers of the Calcutta Turf Club, nnd to hfm I am Indebted for a great deal of the Information nt my disposal. The Calcutta sweep, In a way. ccnnot be classed with tho operations of Tattcrsall, or the South African 'Sweepstakes King,' who used to slvc prizes of £50,000, 'more or less,' for it covers only one race in the year — the English Derby— but it breaks a lot of records In Its one big flutter, yielding last year somo £GC,000. Yet in spite of its immense value it Is quite a private sweepstake, and tickets in It cannot be pur chased off-hand. To-day, In fact, as a result of certain representations made ...

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AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO TO GO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO TO GO TO-NIGHT, m:it MA.IKSTVS. — ( 'Miiic «','eta. IJOYAI..— 'Ilsitnlet.' - 'ItlTKIlIOX. — ?? llclla Bonus.' AUKWIH. — 'Cnd' r Two Fh.g«.' I'AhAC'K.— -Andci anil CouipaiM . '1IVOM — Ik-Jiri Ficnelr. NATIONAL. —The Scumi HeralUon. .M.llA.MIHf.v, — Vaudeville and l'iciurcs. 1'UINCKSS,— Vatid«\ille. The members of the Rnvnl Comle Onera Com pany at Her Majesty's ure now under marching il ^ow n|°re performances of 'The sunshine Girl' can be given. The final matinee ccme» olf on Wednesday next. On Saturday next the 'Puss in Boots' pan tcmime will 'lake the jilace of the successful musical comedy. With the start of the panto mime we are to make the acquaintance of Miss Violet Loralne (principal hoyi, Miss Alice Rus scn, and Mr. George Miller. Collins and Hart, the arrohnt-comcdlans, and the Gaudbtuidts, Continental clow'nr, are also new to Sydney. M!bs Ivy Schilling, Miss Dorothy Flrmln, Mr. Fted Leslie, and Mr. Pip Powell are in the company. As the public did not ...

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JEFFRIES-JOHNSON FIGHT FILMS BURNED. DENIED ADMISSION TO CALIFORNIA ON ACCOUNT OF THE LAW RECENTLY PASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

JEFFRIES-JOHNSON FIGHT FILMS BURNED, DliXIKI) ADMISSION TO CALIFORNIA OJJ ACCOUNT OI'' THE I..v\V UECENTLY TASSEL). Like memories ot bygone days at Reno comes J a story ut the official iK'strucuon by the United j Slates authorities or n set of nlms ot the f Jenries-Johuson tight at ltcno. In November, ; 11111, u inovinu-plciure concern sent irom New Vi.rK to South- America live seu oi nlms ao [ilctins the Nevada contest. ? Ao per agreement, the South American com- | ptiny recently returned the illms to tho Amc n-^n„fU Hnr while tne lilins were knock- ? ing around South America, Uncle Sam passed a law thut prohibited transportations between Slates of lisnt pictures or the Importation oi I any such pictures, 'ihe American concern waa I noiilied that its Illms had been 'dcuicd entry,' f and that, under the lav*, they would be re- | turned to tne person who had sent them. Tho I picture-makers did not liKe the decision, -u ihey ilsured the pictures would be used ovui j iifiuin in South A...

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THE PRINCE OF WALES AS FOOTBALLER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

thl prixce of wales as rooTRAi,Li:i;. 'I lie Prince of Wales, on January Ll. played l-i hi Ah.-ociatlon football match -at Oxford h'fttteen the F«'cond eleven of Magdalen— nis ewn college — aud Keble. The ground was lieaw The gaine was closely contested, and Macdalen proved the winners by the only goal : n' the match, which tho Prince scored. Tha 1 Piiace 1p a' *nthusla6tlc footballer, and has | several limes played for Magdalen In college i ma.tcbea elncft'lw b(-'?P 111 r«ldence. _!

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LIABILITY OF RACEHORSE OWNERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

LIABILITY OF RACEHORSE OWNERS A lady owner, Mrs. Alicc Green, has obtained }| £ 1-00 da mages in the Parts courts from Mr. fj iMzer, a well-Known American owner in France, | unler peculiar circumstances. When her colt, j Fluuh Royal, wus trotting ^enjy ou the train- j Hie? ground Maiuona-Laillue, Hiawatha, a j maro belonging ;u Mr, Ptluer, dashed into him / at full gallop ami broke tho cole's spine, it was / urged thut Mr, PUter'n lad oa tltawacha was rebpouuibltt »ni* aid accident, aa he did not ioo'j j wnero htj wan BOiug. j Printed and Published by Alfred Herbert Horanl Aidworthj /or the 'bundoy Times'* Nowspaptr Co., , Limited, at the Office of tlie Company, 136-T8§ _ CasUcrwgU-aUect, Sydney, Saturday, Liaich 3, 121*. . . , i

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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT MR. A. PARSONS, 219 GLEBE-ROAD, GLEBE [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WIHNEH OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT MR. A. PARSONS, 219 GLEBDROAD, GLEBE The above is a photographic reproduction of a group taken recently. The FIRST (but no other; member of this group who presents himself at tho L ^ T»E ARROW' OFFICE, 13(1-138 Casilcreagh-s; reet, AND IS IDENTIFIED as BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will be paid ON^ OJVLREIGN. All who concern tin ; fcaderstood to agree to accept the paper's decision as final. The business of identification will be entrusted to a member of il:o 'SATURDAY REFEREE A. J * UiUOW' ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear in next Issue, aud others will follow. LOOK OUT I-OL 1HL SAIURDA* REFLRLL A..D III THOTOGRAPHER in the s-trec*.s of Sydney. ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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