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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

Placc your advertisements where they will meet the eyes of the people who have money to spend. The 'Sunday Times' goes into the homes and is esteemed there. It is in a class by itself as a busi ness winner of exceptional merit.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

I TURF GOSSIP I j © *» ' By 'THE SCOUT.' © j Ra^ini; at Hawkctbury till.- at utuoiu, Whllo Melbourne race-goer* will find their cporl ut Citulfirld. ? j Another meeting .will be hcM at Kembla Grnngo ou tho -8th inat. Nomination^ will bo received by the ntkTclar.v. Mr. A. Il.ilnrt, upH« to 1 p.m. on .Monday n'-xl, the ITlii. According to a New' Zealand paper, it tool: £d incn to Oj the totulteator house nnd secre tarial duties on tl»o opening day of th-.* recent Wnngnitui J.C. Autumn meeting. Thlu appears to bo a largo ;?uff. 'Did I understand you to remark that t^c lacing thin nft»rnoon was very unsatisfactory?' 'You did.' W.wtt tan you nscrlbo for tho condition mentioned 7' 'Too many -.30 trotters racing iu the 2.15 class.' The Autumn meeting °£ the Forbes Jockey Club is a Hmuvc foi* A]«ril 11 and 15. Nomina tions lor the* Autumn and Forties J.C. Handi caps clotfc with the secretary! Mi\ D. j; Mo lnncy. «mj April 1,. and for uli other races oft the lUh prox. One hundred and ninety-...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONAN DOYLE ENTERS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

CONAN DOYLE ENTERS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Apart from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the most interesting entry for the English amateur bil liard championship is that of Mr. S. H. Fry, who has won the distinction on three occasions, in i 893, 1896, and 1900. Ho has not appeared In the event for thirteen years, for, subsequent to a visit to Australia, he transferred his attention tn golf, and was even more successful on tbo ilnks than he bad previously bceu with the cue. K he has gained his best form at billiards (and such is said to be the case) he may be regarded j-8 likely to -win the London qualifying compe tition. His experience is bound to count when so many of the entrants are known to be over* coinc by big occasions, and the only question seems to be as to whether ho has developc* sufficient practice to maintain hit* old strength ? j MARRICKV1LLE TOO MUCH FOR, ' KOGARAH. , A team of eight billlardist* from the Mar- 1 rickvlllc School of Arts put it oil over a Kogarah School of Arts side on...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

'I7*ASTKMX SliU'KHS IHSTMIT KOOTHAU. fl.ril. ' ( Altlli.Ui'd (?? Metropolitan Itughy I'nlorO. — Tim ? Thirtcntli \nnual Urnrrul .Meeting of the aho\c C!ul- I 'ill !-c held in -the I'.wMington Town Hull. MONHW, ! I Till nt - p.tn, .Ml Members ami Intending Mem- I aii* nquriiird i-- intend. M. .McArtliur. Hon. Sec. I OAUIAIN UISTIMCT r.KA'ifK l'OOTHAM, Cl.fn. ' -*-* Member* and Intending Member are herein- noti hed tliHt TKAlNINi; sTAHTS on Tt'KSD.W NKXT, the IStli irxi., at Hirchgrovo Park, at S p.m. .-harp. DO NUT KAIL TO ATTEND, Gt DilENXAN, Sterct&ry.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

ON THE TRACK. i RANDWICK. ? Thursday, Tbe going on the middle gra« track wa* very good I hi* tnoniitig. Bi ragoon led Pcronella at the end of «.\ furlong in Valido jfot over seven furlnnz* iu 1.54, tind Ladv Medalist ran a mile &ith a Itcht l«oy on. her in 1.43*. CliiffoneUc beat Mineral Hill f.\er six furlonyi in --1.21J. A un»ful round wa.« run by Moorilla. Tartat\us got over six furlongs in l.-Jt. Mah IJIy and Di-tiotafltc ran five furlong* iu r.uensor ran a iwful mile. l.Uvia ami another mm »k* furlong* Iu 1.22). Sir Lethe and a nutc ran a mile in 3,50. %Jaejihar placed a mite and ;i quart?.* past lit 2.20, goitt? 'comfirtably. (ioldcn Hop t*Mt Xoogilta over '*ix furlongs in 1.211. A mil** and 1 quarter was nin nicely ;by Hallowmas in 2.1.V I*ia-t:.» occupied 2.17i for the fame distance. Miocene mm A-'ven furlong* in 1.34. Maltha* beat .bck Hn*-!- idtaw a length «ivcr six furlongs in 1.20. Marai-ca spurted, and Sularino' was with Multiply at thr ftM -?{ iurlonc*. Uncle S...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

AUSTRALIAN RULES. (By 'WALER.') Archie Rial, a tower of strength to Y.M.C.A. on the half-back line for several seasons, was* In Sydney a week or two ago. He went away to tbe country before the end of last season and his dub severely missed him in the concluding games. Archie looked thinner, which he told me was due to training for rowing ruees. The sunny one was welcomed by his old ciub-inates, with whom he Is very popular. The annual meeting of the Newtown District Hub is advertised to be held at St. George's JIj.iI, King-street, Newtown, on Wednesday next rt S p.m. Members and Intending members o*. ib' First, Second, and Third Grade teams are irouestcd to attend. Secretary J. E. Phclan reports that the 'Red J tnd White' will enter upon the Initial season o! j 'he District scheme with bright hopes, botli pom a playing and club viewpoint. The mcm bor^hlp roll has been steadily increasing since '.he. preliminary meeting, which was held on tluj L'.th of last month. The membership of t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

VICTORIA PAItK TRAINING. Thuriday. Nearly all thn morning a work was reeorded on the c.uter portion of tbe 'middle' stim. Carecl was in front of Cool Air when five furlongs' bad been traversed j in 1.7. Wild West put in a strong six furlong.*, while ' Luna ea.dly recorded five furlong* in l.DJ. Arb»ite anil Cadonia cantered. Pompfrey ran five furlongs in ]-'. ngnting v.oik anu .-ianaKan reeeu on half a inilr in f»5isec. Mu°tapha did pace work, u* did Lady Alwyne, Bltie Seal, I.a Patrie, Sylvander, Kinghroo^V Brrowou antl Unlimitc-I I^jo. Trekker got over peven furlongs in 1.43. Abba's five furlongs oenmiod l.ia Rijp Victoria !-ut in a strong mile. ' Nondd and Booinalli accounted for five furlongs in 1.0. KambrooX ran halt .1 mile in f.fWec. Prine* Lark finished up pa«-p work with four furlongs iu f-6-ec. Lenta put in a strong #even furlongs. Coronata spurtr-l half a mile in fi7'»'r. Bellara and I^ady lb^x registered six fur longs in 1.25. Ma«ter Flavus and Allingamite recorded w-ven...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

rpiH. AN'NTAL .MKKTINJ; ef the NDW'TOWX j)is' TIIHT rnOTHAIX ( I.1H I AuMralian ftulrs) will l»e lie.d at . t. (?roi^r # Hall. Ki.ig-strret Newtown, on U M)M:s|)AV. mil, 1,,.^ nl s ,, ,,, jio'nil:cr» and in tcurlinK mrml)or» o( the ]st, -Jnd, an.l 3rd jrtailcs arc rcijucitca to attend. J. n, I'ticiaii, hon. icc.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

ALBERT SLUICE (REG. A.J.C.) MEMBER OF CUT T AlTERSALL'S. Hawkestoiiry To-Day ? LEGER LONG ODDS.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. NORTH SYDNEY DISTRICT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. NORTH SVDNKV 11 1 STRICT CI. I'll. I At Deahe a Sports Club, Walker-street, lasL Wtdncr.dr.y evenln a splendid muster inaugu rrted season 1UUJ. Mr. C. A. Gibson preMdel. Wssia. J. W. Monk and S. Lynch also uttended. The balance-sheet showed a credit balance of rTt/2/ after a heavy season. The report stated that three teams were ttcld ol ln 1012. the Association Cup team finishing fourth, the Second League First Division ten n tixth. and the Seiotid Division team eighth, In their respective competitions. lu the State championship coinpdliiou. after defeating Syd ney 'B,' Sydney 'A' proved too good. A splendid smoke concert, presided over by Mr. J. McCrendle, terminated the seasofi. Both documents were adopted. Eleven new member* were elected, Including W. and A. Loyton, of the famous Shoifidd Wednesday Club. Th'j litter voluntarily offered bis services (he Is an experienced masseur) as trainer, which were p.tatefully accepted. Mr. J. W. Monk, of the Rc fcrces' As...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

AMONG THE JUNIORS. Oue rarely licnra ot Juniors cxpcrlcnclnc v.cathcr tbnt prtvputa iiicm from iilaylnst. but List Saturday's rain as effectively t,avrert tbe concrete-wicket h.Hnmen as it ,11,1 thci?. brethren ot the turr. In one or two cases there are rumors of pro ™' n ,1?1' wh,.ch ,va8 ln on tlu. fir^t Saturday, put. in an ? appearance but ? * 'I'l'wnvius or umi-ires on the spot, .t would hardly be sportsmanlike, to pro test when it was pfilpnble ' to everyone that play was impossible. * 5 f°'0W|nS Players 'will represent the v°rm Syd'0yl --AMocinUon at Biayney and Neville at. taster:— Herb., Gray. R. Brodie, G. R. Eraser, L. i?ulnn,.A. Donnelly, c. Tlnsdale, f-. Greenwood, -1. Humphries, E. H,' Ootids H ChnlllH. K. c. Warton. ThJ team wMi i^vc Sydney on Thursday night by the 1U-5 i- m train. ' The following will represent the Eastern Sub urbs Aasociatfou in Tasmania during Kaster. The team leaves* by s.s.. Paloona to-duv and will -r return per s.s. Westralla on' 30th ir.st.:— 1...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

CRICKET SAT REPAIRS. CAt.L ON WTSTITf A *8® Lat* Bal Repairer At ? fiPt 8 Victor Trumpor'i At 57 King St. Arcade, (Over J. Pemon't) , TENNIS JV.COUET REPAIRS- 1 SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan deery & go. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT VILL 0 P.M. SYDNEY SPOUTS DKl'OT (-pp. Hotel Auatralla). 38 Castlereagh Stroet Sydney.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

RUGBY UNION. The New Zralnnd Ru*by Union ho* nnrnvi ( New South Wales' proposal for an Intrn-han?' j of visits ihlr nnd nett season, en the sa*ne | fermr ns the 191^ nsreemrni. New South WnVs Intjrlng first, it has ulr.o ipproVed of Ne.v j S'lutb doles' invitation to Mr. Paratn to take ^ Maori learn lo Australia. The first mnt'h ni'l { be played at Sydney on June 2. I The annual meeting oT Western Suhur.n | ritili Will be held In Federal Hell. Burwood. op ] Tuesday evchJn« n^xi. at * r/dork. j THE METROPOLITAN RUGBY UNION. j The financial statement or the Metropol'Mu | Union for the yenr Is as follows : — Income: Programmes. £15: jf-.We rr-elpts. i £e,2r,/e/2: total, £*Wwr».2, | EtpendlUire : Ground hire. £117/3.7: general! expenses. £32/4/4: printing and slallonery. . £2S/14/S; nilrerllflins. £2/2/: sninry. £ 1 un : j rent. £H/H/2: Interest, £lR/2/H): meeting ex bense«, training account fcluhs). £22/7/; affiliation fee. £2/7/«: donation*. £?': Jet-seyS {comblfied loams). £21, '1B/....

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

FOOTBALL. ? ? a- ? ' I (By 'RAMBLER. ') ! RUGBY LEAGUE. The New South Wales Rugby League will hold f f s annual meeting on Wednesday evening next at the rooms, Pltt-sireet. The personnel of the committee is altered but little, as far ns club delegates arc concerned. The Glebe meeting on Monday evening was comparatively lively. Much discussion ensued over tho residential qualification of Clifton H. J. I-nfnn. Die dub's secrel.i rv. A. I.. Mnenn mara, who was one of the earliest members of the Glebe League team, argued that the official mentioned should not hold office because he was a resident of Hankstown. The secretary contends, however, that his stay In the latter district has been loo short to break his quali fication for Glebe. c. H. J. Upton, *ho Is very popular with players and supporters, was again elected to the positions of secretnry and representative on the League. C. ft, McDougnll Is again hono rary treasurer, and he also succeeds A. L. Maenamara as delegate to the contr...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

I HAWKESBURY TO-DAY 1 I m « ALSY | | WALIiEK I ca i;i i; .i.i- , oi- .m.ukht n.n:, f) & 1 ITV- ^ § LEGER (SOUTHERN END) 9 ® r.s.-uw Murro : £ LONGEST PKICES AND o § FAS& DEALHNGS. O $ STRAIGHT-OUT ON OONCASTEP i ijj- AND CUP. g

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ?- J.C!.' (Sydney ) : The Towns-flurnati rncu look placc on ihe Xciican River 011 Mnri'h % llioT. The prizes won In the racc for members of 111, A. A. A. held ln conjunction with the Scott Pinaster Fund entertainment will bo presented to-night at the Stadium bj- Mr. R. D. Meagher. 11.1, .A., prior tu-tho Dnvo Smlth-Les O'Donncll l-untcst. ' - i r.mniirir Sthool*, [illcd up tlie runs ajMinst - - V| Mir (iruiiiKilr School im Wc-lncnijy. lu ;i tnt;il of i,, , uicktf's II. U.ml.1,.'}- 111a.lv uu.l IW.i .iii ; t . Tilt: 'opposition were 'Ukpoicil ol fur Frc«h a i r billiards at the Empire. This snleiiilitl Billiard Theatre otters healthy and iilca«nnt conditions. 49 tablcB : ample room ; coo'd' Usht. '''1 perfcct ventilation, are iiopn Ir- features ot tho world's largest Billiard Theatre. IM up tor -1/. H's quite handy tor rou at 211 ritt-Blrcet— opposite Tatt'u Club *

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

SAILING RACE— 18ft HANDICAP ' .TWO UKATS AMI A FINAL — KM IMtlZKS. tHIS AFTERNOON — SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. Till; 1JI-T AND CHEAPK.ST AlTKKMniN'S Ol'TLNU IN A« v. iwo im; stkamkks rou.ow hack. Club Ntcanii'iti KflAiOA ;uid I.ADY HAWSON follow Uii.v*. Iv'-ivinf Mcplicn-jtrrc'. Coiat-alrcct . i.a.'i, -.^i Fort Macqiuiic ^.10 .p.m. . Pu«sca Brra may Un'l at CUrk Island view racing frwru JJtift to Finidi. LAUlKb UiL UK^TIiKURN- U,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WALES' NEW CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

WALES' NEW CHAMPION. The billiard championship of Wales had been hold by. Arthur Llcwellin for 22 years, but he has been compelled at hist to forfeit the title to Tom Carpenter, -who, ln a game nt Cardiff, of £000 up. proved himself to be an infinitely su perior cueist, for he won by no fewer than 10s 1 points. His best break of the match was 21S. 1 A great handicap to tne beateu champion was ! tho fact that throughout the week he was suf- 1 fering from bad eyesight, but in any -aso he cannot complain of at last being robbed of his position of supremacy, for it is somewhat unique ? ir.r a man in any branch of sport to hold .1 ttamplonship continuously for more than two; decades. Carpenter is said to be one of tho j most able billiard players that have ever been J t timed out by the Principality. ]

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILLIARDS' THE SCOTT FUND FLYING HUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

I BILLIARDS I S- (By 'WALER.') ® . j Ttjr- crnTT imvn VI.YTNG HUNDRED. Mr. H A. Rumball, wno suggested the idei. ::ni Mcsrrs. E. A. Boyle and F. G. Underwood, bis companions on the committee of manage ment, have every reason to be proud of tnc ' I'tylnK Hundred' they arranged in aid of tho Lord Mayor's Scott fund, which was played i*t Ffriron and Smith's rooms on Monday aftcrnoou and evening. In all, close on £20 should be tho outcome of their tndeavors. This, in itself, 1& a gratifying 'gate' for a onc-uay snow, ani .'ugrgests a posMble future moans of revenue should occasion arise. ? Two of the main draws were the appcnranco of MJsa Ruby Roberts, fresh from the green lb:lds of Old England, and George Gray, both cj whom- wore making their first public showing r.iuefc their home-coming. Miss Roberts played right through, and eventually won the tourna ment. She wns a veritable Cain to suooke.* Otiampion Charles Abel, in the first round, after getting over an undoubted nervous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

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