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HAWKESBURY RACES SATURDAY, MARCH 15. FLYING HANDICAP. (To start at 3.15 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
HAWKESBURY RACES SATURDAY, MARCH 15. FLYING HANDICAP. (To -tart ot 2.15 p.m.) Of ]00 5ov3, with a fwcppstckoji ot 2 f-ov. each for sUrtprs added; second homo 15 sov, ami third horn' 5 sovs from tho prize. A winner of u handicap, uftrr declaration of weight... to carry 101b extra. -1 fur longs. -t ll- Mr. .1. p. Nolan', 1. m MA1.T MARY, (ivr» .. .. U lu Mr. 'J. HirkV WH.u WEST, Ovrs .' ? !- 11 Mr. j:. Moss' 1) R I'lTTSWOKTIl (!VS, Sin .... S 1 Mr. A. li. Nrale's lir g MANAKAl*. ? ? ? II ?Mr. li. M. Paine', eh I CAItKEI.. Hyr,' ? 7 l- Sir. T. HannanN lir f l.AI)Y DKXMAS, tlvr- ..7 7 Mr. K. Morton's l.r In MAI.DA XT, 4j rs . . ' . . . . 7 A Mr. A. (;dI1ji]'« i'Ii I, Tlir.VTO.V ? KIMJ. Jvr- .. 7 Mr. 'Tlio«. Mnnlocl,V* li in IIAIlt N'KT,' Cvix .. li 12 ?Mr. W. K. White'* I. f ZI.VITA. tlyrs .. ' ? ? Hi Mr. F. .Morton's I li -? PKNZA, iJvr, ? i; . 'J Mr. I), r. Scaton'i. li c I1KLI..M1A. :ivr. ? 0 7 Mrt. I'. Leonard's h f COKONATA,' ? ? C 7 TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. (To start at 2 30 A handi...
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS HAWKESBURY RACES. (By "PILOT.") FLYING HANDICAP : [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS | HAWKESBURY RACES. (By 'PILOT.') PLYING HANDICAP : I CAREEL ? ? ? u Lady Dcntnan ? ? .« ?? ?? ?? ?? 2 Penza ? ? ?? .. .. H two-year-old handicap : THE CHRISTIAN BROTHER .. .. 1 Kent Loch ? ? ?? ?? .. 2 Ladiform ? ? ?- ?? ...... o PARK STAKES : ' ' VIGHTWALK .. .* ? .. l' Mancgo ? ' ? ? 2 Fighting Cock ? ? 3 HAWKESBURY AUTUMN HANDICAP: CAOOU ? ? .. .. .. t Bernard ? ? ...... .. 2 Bright Laddie ? ? ? .. .. 3 HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP : ORAMA ? ~ 1 Master Flavus ? ? ? . . 2 FVn7;i ?? v ? ?? ? ?? ? ? ? 3 (By 'THE SCOUT,') FLYING HANDICAP : CAREEL ? » 1 Mult Mary ? - 3 Zinlta ? ? 3 TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP : CRE.MA .. .; ? ? .. .. .. ' 1 Dorecir'G, ? ? .. .. 2 Gold OUt'/..-.. ? ...... 3 PARK STAKES : IRRITATION .. ? ? ? „ .. .1 Nlghtwnlk . ? ? ? ? .. ' a Fighting Cock .. .. .. ? ? ? 3 HAWKESBURY HANDICAP : BERNARD ? ? ? .. .. 1 Waltz ? ? ? ? -2 Adglo ? ? ? ? U 3 HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP : MIOCENE ? 1 Nooglllu ? ? ? ' ,1 2 ? Master Flnvns .. ? ? 3
THE NEW BETTING BILL. LORDS' DISCUSSION OF THE PROPOSALS. NOVEL POINTS. A BISHOP'S SURPRISE FOR THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
THE NEW BETTING BILL, j LORDS' DISCUSSION OF THE PROPOSALS. NOVEL POINTS. A RISHOP'S SURPRISE FOR THE HOUSE. A .singular comedy was enacted in the Lords on thr afternoon of February 1 (says the Mnn- j Chester 'Dolly Despatch'), when the Betting . inducements Dili went through Committee. The Hlshops had down a series of amendments, whirl! would, If carried, have vastly extended the scope of the measure. They moved them line after another, pleaded for them with some , pathos, and then. perceiving the atmosphere to l be lev. successively withdrew them so thnt the J JjfH slipped through Committee without a single | division. j The measure, which is fathered by Lord New J ton, Is the result of a compromise between tho sporting set and the extreme ant l-bettors. lt proposes to punish by line or imprisonment any person who. In the United Kingdom, writes, prints, publishes, or circulates any advertise inent of any belting or tipsters' business, or who causes any of these things to be done, ...
THE BRITISH STROKE. NOT SUITED TO AMERICAN OARSMEN. SO SAYS CONSTANCE F. TITUS, AMERICA'S FOREMOST AMATEUR SCULLER.' [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
THE BRITISH STROKE. NOT SUITED TO AMERICAN OARSMEN. ^ £G SAYS CONSTANCE V: TITUS, AMERICA'S FOREMOST AMATEUR SCULLER.1 In a special article In nn American paper oil the English style In oar-rowlng, and the likeli hood of Its adoption In the United States, C. F« Titus, a well-known American authority on row ing. says : Rowing In America Is on tho boom. Especi ally Is this so In college circles. The most discussed subject at the present moment is 'the invasion of Fngland'' bv Averill Harrlman. The son of ihe late railroad king ha3. as every one is well aware, been appointed head rowing coach at Yale University. He has gone to Eng land to study at close rar.ge all tho line points of tho British system. With him are Assistant Coa-'i- Rogers and Captain Snowdcn. Harrl man is familiar with the English stroke and hw v ii.hrf; his lieutenants to become likewise. It Is Harrlman's purpose to te^ch at the Yale quarters. In an effort to defeat all Ame rican crows, tho famous English strofco whi...
CYCLING NOTES FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
I CYCLING tfOTES I I -$ By 'BLUE STREAK.' ® f* '1 1 flxtciu;*. K.S.W. Cyclist** Union : Race* a: *i. l\urkk's Dav Cel.' brAticns, Apricultur.il (iroun-l. League N.S.™. U hrelfncn : i:J( ( , ni -iid of Antarctic Uiswtcr Fund, A?;MI-;M jiH Putn^M i.ombinctl Club-. 1 PraiUm Park, AmiIIpM, Kntflcs clo?e for r.e-inf; in -)(j|irv .j-td Nc«ca»tlc on troo*l Friday aim .M-jji'L.* night?. ' Racing in Sydney this afternoon will be (or I both amateur am! professional riders, tbo former practically closing their track season. I Tho fixture will be the St. Patrick's Day ccle- I bratlons at the Agricultural Grounds, when two open handicaps are to be decided. They aro I over usual distances—half and one mile, and It j was promised thut the track would receive ape clal attention. This was badly needed, and riders will be wlac to have their road wheels in addition to a heavy net of track ones, ready j at the ground this afternoon, in case bad . weather has undone the improvements. For League men ther...
GOOD ENOUGH. FOR AUSTRALIA'S BISLEY TEAM—THIRTY-FOUR CONSECUTIVE "BULLS." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
GOOD ENOUGH. TOR AUSTRALIA'S BISLEY TEAM— THIRTY- FOUR CONSECUTIVE 'DULLS.' Commenting on the shooting at 300 and no!- yards by members of the Fremantlo (W.A.) Rifle Club on 1st Inst., the Perth 'Sunday Times' snys : 'Twenty-one members competed, and some very good scores were made. Grocn registered the possible at the 500 yards. But tho Kreac sensation ot tno nay was Garrity's feat, lie made the possible nt :100 yards In ten shuts,! and repented the performance at the ,'09 yur.lj. Following oil. he suec-eded in putting up the splendid performance of li successive bulln ut the r.no yards making a total of 34 consccutivo 'hulls.' This feat created the greatest en thusiasm upon the part nt rldcmen present, and It was promptly suggested tint means should he adopted to get Mr. Garrlty a pl,ico in tho Australian team for Bibiey.' _ ' - Do you want to make money out of Poultry or your garden ? Read regularly tho back pago of the 'Globe.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
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UNION CLUB MEETING. EASTERN SUBURBS WIN GRIFFITH SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
UNION CLUB MEETING. j r:\STERN SUBURBS WIN GR!FFiT!l SHIMLP. The principal event nt the last d-.ib meetln; | o! tho season, decided by the N.S. Walc.i c.U. I at the Sports Ground on Th urs !;iy ovcjilrr,, w.;s I the sccond competition f«.r «! ? ? ?? . G;l,!l,.'i j Shield, which resulted in a d ver w'.u m»» ; Eastern Suburbs after one of lb.- Hi^c.t teams' | contests decided In Sydney r»r a good many ! viarfc. Conditions were the same as last year, wh'n the new shield was raced for first— a mil? tcs-.W jcratch race, for teams of thr-*e each repsvprii' Ing clubs, winners to hold the c.rl.ltiii Fhlri'1 presented by Mr. E. C. Grifilia. vi t .p.«'«vldent of the N.S. Wales C.U., for tbo dca3on, with tlu litle nf champion track club. Redfern Club held I Ihe shield, und was represented by the team i which won last year. In the first heat. Eastern Suburbs, Western | Suburbs, and Botany met. The Easterners— II. M. C. Adams. A. F.. Taylor, and R. G. Clark— voa comfortably, Adams, Clark, S. Edw...
SMART RUNNING BY N.Z. AMATEURS DORMER LOWERS A RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
SMART RUNNING BY N.Z. AMATEURS | 1 DORMER LOWERS A RECORD. At tho r»nd (arnlval of thr Auckland Ann «'i:i Athletic and Cycle Club, held on the Auck land Domain on the first e»f the mouth, tho chief feature of th? gathering waa the running of A. W. Doftner and L. J. Mark. The fo.nier. ?a he- wan In great form, ran for a plpcopenor in tbe One Mile, only negotiating a quarter of th' dlrlnnee. In the 1000yds event he at t 'tr.r.'t-d ruerrsntfutly to beat the New Zealand t' eoni ii' id ny w. u. liurdltit? of l!mm ^2 25 i s» e. Conceding Marts up to 05yds, Dormer, ?vlth h I j usual l^ng stride, promptly cut the ficid down. and. llnlshlr.g strongly, only lost by a strid'. There were four wat.«:|i-is on Dormer, and they recorded 2.16, 2.10 2-5, and 2.11 3- [-. Jf he course is re-nuvBure 1 as correct they can hardly fell to pass the record. The f-guros will also be an Australaslau record. L. J. Mark won the lOflvcU Championship, but. only by Inches. At 95yds he «;anu« wirh a drsli and won am...
TENNIS TALK. N.S. WALES v. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
I -'TENNIS TALK. I ® Ot MAU3TRAl_' ® N.S. WAI.ES V. VICTORIA. I Next Wednesday the 51st match between these States commenccs. It Is the earliest date In the year on which they have ever been contested. Neither State will be represented ?by anything like lis full strength. Victoria will be without Its three best plnyers — Brookes, Droll:, nnd Dtinlop— und Lycett will nlso not be available. Campbell and A. O'Hara Wood are the only twn of their full-strength a Ik of last Novem ber. hut P. O'H.ira Wood fy now little behind th^er in ability, and be and his brother have Just won the Autumn Doubles, defeating, I amongst others, Dunlop and Iieatb, and they j achkved their success more by their own line I play than by the admitted lack of form of Dun lop. ft K however, possible that Campbell will piay with Arthur Wood, as they intend enter ing together for the N.S. Wales Double Cham pionship. The remnlnlng members of the Victorian tenm are Gerald Patterson, who was here in 1011 (although he ...
ROWING AMONGST THE AMATEURS. B.R.C. REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
I ROWING I j © ey 'AQUA.' ® J j I AMONGST THE AMATEURS. J D.R.C. REGATTA, i Balmaln Rowing Club Regatta takes place this afternoon. The function Is clothed with more than usual interest, since two pennants hang on the slender thread of a Maiden Eights race. The race itself, which is the last open ono of tho season, has drawn a great entry from tbe associated ciubE. Crews from Bnl mnln. Enterprise, Lelchhardt, Glebe. Sydney, and Mosman will face tho starter, and com pennon win uaiuiuu- ue uecn — Keener per haps than in many of the big races. Mosman Club, with a history of only two years, strives with Enterprise R.C., off 40 points each, for the Junior pennant; and Balmaln and Enter prise. in the senior pennant, are only separated by the narrow margin of 6 points. The Maiden Race will thus be invested with the greatest interest. A win will represent h points In both scores. The position is this : If Balmain, the present premiers, can win, tho premiership goes to them for another year,...
FOOTBALL BETTING IN ENGLAND. ALLEGED PROFITS OF £20,000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
FOOTBALL BETTING IN ENGLAND. ALLEGED PROFITS OF £20,000 A YEAR. I ? ? ! Remarkable statements regarding football betting were made at Newcastle (England) on February C, when George Collins, 41, and Thomas Chaytor* o'-5, were charged as principals : two clerks named White and Emmerson with assist ing them ; and six other mcu, William Scot;, William Suggltt Joseph Adamson, Thomas Ire i»nd John Chavtor. and William Kirton with aiding and abetting. All pleaded not guilty. Suggitt was dis charged, and the others elected to go for trial. Mr. Mundahl, for the police, said Collins and , Thomas Chaytor were charged with keeping an ; ofiiee in Union Buildings. Newcastle, for t'uo purpose of betting with people going there, or ! of receiving bets made there or elsewhere. White and Emmerson were clerks employed by them. Police raided the premises, which were fitted with six telephone lines, and found there 51,528 coupons filled iu. referring to football. Collins told the police, 'We arc doing o...
WITH THE PROFESSIONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
WITH THE PROFESSIONALS. R. Hopping. Jun.. Btatcs that Byrne is not, prepared to go on with the proposed match' against him in skiffs. Hopping still has his deposit ct £10 up with the editor of 'Tho Referee,'' aud is unwilling to take it down. He states he will leave It there with the obJcct of clinching n match with either Albert Hal dol. Fred Delofskl, Len Dell, or Harry Picker ing for £2' aside, over two miles, in heavy bunl*. Jn *Iy wmkfi' lime. Are any of th« above game to take Hopping ou ? Entries for the Lake Macquarlo and Morpeth Handicaps over Easter should be seut to Fred King or John Blackman. Special arrange ments have b( en made by which scullers cau make the round trip from Lake Macquarie to Morpeth ai a reduced rate. Mr. Jiimes Cronln. of sailing fame, having taken over the Crookhavon Hotel, is pro moting a handicap at Greenwell Point, on the Shoalhaven River, ion Easier Monliy, and ur.kH for the support of scullers. The Stale championship and regattas pro moted by the...
AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO TO GO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
AT THE THEATRE ii WHERE TO TO GO TO-NIGHT, t r.FR MAJESTY'S. — Pantomime. ROYAL. — Musical Comedy. CRITERION. — 'Bella Donnt.' ADKLPHI. — 'Under Two Flaei.' PALACU.— 'Dr. Waken Puticm.' J lNOI.l— Henri Frcnch. ?^TlfiNAL. — The Sc\cn llcraldog. — Vaudeville and Picture!, nUM.-w-j.-' VHudevllle. HLLMoUi; M A It K KTS. — Wii th'a Citcui, - ro-night, with the honors of a verv success ,rne Mcnso» thick upon them, the Williamson 'Puss in Boots' Pantomime Com pany will turn Her Majesty's Theatre into a place of fun nnd frolic. Mr. Fred Qulntrell, the musical director, is to start the perform ance at half-past 7. In their tours abroad, Mr. J. c. Williamson and Mr. George Tallin gathered spectacular novelties for the production. One of these Is a big hunting sccna and ballet from Paris, for which Mr. Upwurd painted a French set ting—quite different from the ordinary stage pictures. Ragtime music, which has a marked vogue now. will prevail throughout the jKtnto-' mime. Mr. Andrew MacCann sele...
GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913
GOLF GOSSIP &nbsp; &nbsp; * By "THE COLONEL." * &nbsp; &nbsp; First the drought and then the deluge. We had been praying for rain for our golf links, and we got a little more than we bargained for — at least, we got it in too much of a heap; but although it did a good deal of damage to &nbsp; some courses, still the benefit will far exceed this damage. The Kensington links, which we all wish to see in the pink of condition for the big open meeting in July, was sadly in need of the rain, and it already shows a marked improvement. The storm was so bad on Satur- day that nearly every competition was post- poned, as serious golf was out of the question, and a card of under "a century" at Kensington would have been a very passable performance. A few players out there and elsewhere did brave the elements, but only a very small minority completed the full round, and they all presented a very bedraggled appearance as they returned to the club-house. T...