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VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

YICTOUIA PAUK. Thursday. r»«tjng to the heavy mist width hung crtr the course during working hour*, many gallops could not he time.! ths morning. Nombi spurted three furlongs on tie middle grois, while Allingamite, who palled up lame, ran ten furlongs in 2.16*. lCambrook, Gunilla, and Virginia did serviceable cxercise. On the outer nortie.n of the course proper .Vuwara Eliya recorded a miic in 1.55. Loyal Merv and Lotroina galloped &ix furlonga. Cadonw and Wild West were not out to make time over seven furlong?. Cool Air, Master Flavua, and Rue Vig toria ran fix furlongs in 1.24, while Uellara led Ea*y Monye, Mustapha and Tingle crer a like trip In a tick over 1.23. Several otheni went on the tracks, but could only be seen at the winning-post. LATE BOWLS, Writing from Cary's Buildings. 816 George street, Sydney, under date 19/ 3/'13, Mr. J. Stclnthal, hon. secretary, says ; 'I desire to Inform you that tbo formation of the new South Ashfleld Bowling Club Is now an estab lish...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

[ BOXING WORLD. 1 1 j - Z BY 'SOLAR PLEXUS.' j» j» Arthur Douglas Is another who Is after Youds D'Arcy's scalp. Goorge Unholz will return to America In a 'rack or two. .,T0„'C0nI,tant neBicr' : Monty did not beat Alt Vcrcoo; tho latter accounictt tor Monty In 13 rounds. Jlmmr Hill in tralnlnK hard at Corao for hia ( match with the winner of tho 'Boyo*' Driscoll —Simpson battle. Tom McGrath and Bull Gwyder aro to meet at tho K. and T. Club's Hall nert Monday nl*ht. Dave Walker will probably bo Larry Foran's next opponent, at tho Newtown R. and T. Stadium, at an early date. Mr. Long, George Unbolz's backer, took down his £5 which bad been in our hands so long— waiting to bo covcred by some second-ratcr. 'WJ11 somo bantam-weight kindly oblige Teddv Croon with a match ? The champion is most anxious to show that he is quite as good aa ' ever. j Tho Nowtown Amateur Boxing Tournament i tommcnces next Saturday night. Entries close on Thursday at tho Club rooms, O'Conncll fitrcct. Newtown. '...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

SWIMMING. The Pcter3ham Commercial Day Continuation ! School held a carnival at the Lcichhardt Baths 1 on March 17. Results : — 00 YARDS SENIOR FUND1CAP.— First htat : IL Orocott 1. J. Law 2. Secor-f? heat : F. Chapman 1, I). Miller 2. Third fieat : H Eamej 1. II. Davidaon 2. final : H. Davidson 1. II. Grccott 1. E. Earoes 3. 00 YARDS JCNIOIt IL\XDICAP.— E. DebeUe 1, R. Jones -2. 3.1 YARDS SENIOR nAN*DIC.^T.— Karanagh L, Tliompson 2. ZZ YARDS JUKIOR IL\KDICAP. — Tinu heat : God frey 1, Murray *j. Seeord heat : Waugh 1, Bushby 2. Final : Murray 1, Aylward 2. Wiugh 3. 100 YARDS CHAMPIONSHIP OF SCHOOL— E. Leonard 1. Wardrnp 2. Smith 3. nn yards a«:k t iiAMnoNsnir. 11 ye.\rs. — Campbell l. I|...!»;e -J. Morris yards am: ciiAMPioxsinp. 12 tear$.— f irst hrat : L'o!e 1. fJihsou Secosd heat : Pcbelle I, Eager Final : IMkIJp 1 F;»ger 2 AOl; CHAMPIONSHIP, 13 'year*.— Cimbcuro 1. Treeeo 2, Eamcs 3. AOK CHAMPiO.N.sniP, J4 TEARS.— K. Lronrd 3 Smith 2. SWIM TNDrR WATF»t.— |:rst t Miller 1 War dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

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FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

FOOTBALL. I (By 'RAMBLER.-) RUGBY LEAGUE. The annual mooting of tho New South Wales Rugby Leaguo was held on Wednesday evcnlug. Mr. F. Flowers, who presided, struck a warning note as far as the financial sldo was concernei. Tbo following ofilcc-bearcra wero elected : ? Patron, Mr. Flowers, M.L.O. ; president, Mr. J. J. Smith, MJL.C. ; vico-prcsldents, Messrs. C, H. Ford, E. J. Hooper, J. Qululan, J. Edwards/ and T. E. Pbclnn ; hon. solicitor, Mr. J. B. Moflntt. Nowtown Club's annual meeting was well at tended, and much cutbu3iacm was displayed. W. J. Chaseling is once moro honorary secretory and W. J. Ellis hon, treasurer, and the pair represent tho Royal Blues on the controlling body. Erskincville Oval has been secured by tho Leaguo for tbo coming season. Jt will be a tetter home ground for Newtown than Mettcrs' Oval. Desplto tho largo receipts of the clubs last year, many failed to live within their income. The third annual meeting cf the Rcdfern Dis trict Football Club (Second Gr...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

- CJ3ICKET. BAT KEPAH3S. ? ? - ' ' CALL ON ' WwnW /fl jSk I® Lata B«l Roulrar rt 0 liLiuH&Jreii&t victor T romper'* At 57 Ring St. Arcade, (Over J. Paaan'c.) — \ xztims RAceurr ftER*''*--' SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan deery & co. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 PM. SYDNEY SPORTS DEPOT (opp. Hotel AoitnUll). a£ C^tlflreash S&r««t &f£acy. ?

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

' ^BRITISH ASSOCIATION. J Tho yearning for activity has already seUed ipon several of tho clubs. Newtown play Llth ?gow at JUthgow, Burns Club meets Cessnock at Cessnock, and Police and the new Railway Club try conclusions during tho next 14 days. Writing of tho Easter games reminds one of the time when 'Easter tours*' wero tho rule, and not the exception. Thoso hefty performers Caldonian and Balmain always featured them. Caledonian tested tho mettle of Mlnml and Hamilton on an Easter tour In 18S8, and in 1895 Balmain 'did' the South Coast, playing at Helensburgh, Balgownle, and Albion Park. Epplng has been secured for tbo whole of tho forthcoming season by tho controlling body. Thus ono step Is made over the- big obstacle for years — -Association - controlled revenne grounds. A real horde for soccer Is in tho Asso ciation's grip. With the owner's consent, it might be possible to plan out two extra I grounds on Epping, where Juniors could play, j It is practically certain that Queen...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

RUGBY UNION. The Manly Club has Issued tbo seventh an- [ nual report for presentation at its meeting on Tuesday next. Regret Is expressed that the members of the higher grades did not train I diligently. The first team played li matches, j won 4. lost 9. and drew 3. The credit balance at the end of tho year was £12/6/7. During the week very successful meetings t*ero held by Eastern Suburbs, Western Suburbs, and Balmain clubs. All are looking forward to the coining season with interest. The Randwick Club has issued a concise and hnndy report to bo submitted at the annual meeting on the Hist Inst. The second team is congratulated upon winning the premiership of ' the third grade. W. Hater, K. Swinn^rston, j C. Brown, J. Dexter, and P. Copp gained re- I preventative honors during thr renson. Mr. George Wrlde presented the third grade team ! with gold medals in recognition of their having 1 won the premiership. The financial r-tatcmcnt j shews a credit of £9/2/4. Western Suburbs intend ...

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS A,J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (By "PILOT.") FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS A,J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (By ''PILOT.') | FIRST DAY— SATtJRDAY, MARCH 22. FIRST HURDLE RACE : THE MISER ? 1 Boyong .. .. ... ? ? jj Merry Lad .. ? ? ? 5 AUTUMN STAKES : PIASTRE .. ? ? ? ? ?? .Aurofodlna .. ? ? ? *\ j Eudorus ? * ?? .. »? ?? A.J.C. SIRES' PRODUCE ' STAKES : BERAGOON ? ? ... .. .. ? ;'1 -? Radnor .. .. .. .. ? ? ? ? ? 2 - Eubulus .. .. ?? .. ? ? ? ?? ' DONCASTER HANDICAP: AURIFER or SIR WILLIE. : with Hartfell or Cider in third placo. A.J.C. ST. LEGER. 'WOLAWA ? ? ? ? .. .. i. l | Ilarlos ? ? ' 1 Sheriff Mulr ..... .. ? ? ? 3 IIIOHWEIGHT HANDICAP : ORAMA ? ? ? ? ..1 Ruby Hampden .. .... ...... .... 3 Ilymcrbild .. .. .. .. .. .. ? ?',»? 3 SECOND DAT— MONDAY, MARCH 24. SYDNEY CUP : DARIOS .. .. ..' ? - .... 1 Alured ? ? ? .. .. .. .. .. 2 , ? Jacamar or Hallowmas ? 3

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(By "THE SCOUT.") FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

(By 'THE SCOUT.') - FIRST DAY— SATURDAY, MARCH 22. FIRST HURDLE RACE : THE MISER ? 1 Palsaao ? o Lewis Rand ? 3 AUTUMN STAKES : AUROFODINA ? ? 1 Plastr.o ? ? ? 2 Lady Modalllst ? V. V. Y. 3 SIRES' TRODUCE STAKES : BERAGOON ? ? .. j Radnor ? 2 Eubuius ? ? ;; 3 DONCASTER HANDICAP : ST. MEDOC ? ? i Jolly Bessar ? ? 2 Nuwara Ellya .'.... ? 3 A.J.C. ST. LEGER: WOLAWA. HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP : NOOGILLA ? 1 TIITany .. ? ? 2 Malthusian ? ? ? 3 SECOND DAY— MONDAT. MARCH 24. SYDNEY CUP : HALLOWMAS ? 1 Barlos ? 2 Jacamar ? ? 3

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To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

To-day's Racing Programme. raciMg. I A.J.C. Aotumn Ifeetlng.— 1'irat race, 1 p.m.; Doncastrr Handicap, 3.20 p.m. Special trama to and from the racecourse platforms.

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JOHN OSBORNE ON TURF HISTORY. TALKS AT THE DINNER IN HONOR OF HIS EIGHTIETH YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

JOHN OSBORNE ON TURF HISTORY. I TALKS AT THE DINNER IN HONOR OF HIS EIGHTIETH YEAR. Mr. John Osborne, or E-econglll, who com* plcted his SOth year on January 7, having been bo:n at Brctby on January 7, 1833, wa3 enter tained at a dinner a day or two later by Mr. Scrcpe, of Danby. A largo party assembled to do honor to the gallant old veteran, who was in the best of health and spirits. John Osborne, during a career in the saddlo extending from 1846 to 1892, rodo tho winners of no fewer than 12 of England's classic raccs, his triumphs consisting of ono Derby, two St. Legera, clx Two Thousand Guineas, one Oaks, and two Ono Thousand Guineas. He mado a lengthy and most Interesting speech touching on many points connectcd with hi3 long carcer I in tho saddle, his first mount lu public being ! on Miss Castling, a Ally belonging to his father. ] nt Ra deli He Bridge (a meeting long extinct) in 1 1S46. At ijonie of tho races referred to by John Osborne ar» still often spoken of, one who had ...

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ALBERT CLUB PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

ALBERT CLUB PICNIC Tho fl^nnai pjgMc of Albert Club was held at Corry'fl Gardens on Tuesday last, when an interesting programmo of events was carried out. Mr. W. Harmaford acted as starter, and tho Jcdges wore Jlessrs. P. O'Dey and J. Mc LanCtilan. Tho results of tho principal event* were : — AIl-ComcrB' Handicap : T. Cheyne, 1; W', Nowman, 2; B. S. Harris, 3. Bookmakers' Hosdlcap : H. Nogns, 1; N. Higson, 2; J. Myers, $. ClorkB' Handicap : A. Farrow, 1; W. Smith, 2; V, Hodden, 3, Visitors' Handicap : R. Hardy, jur-Tt 1 ; H, Asfaby, 2; A. Farrow, 8. Old Buflors' Race : S. R«ovo», 1; J. Mltohell, 2, Married Ladles' Raco-: Mro. Bowors, 1; Mrs. Nathan, 2; Mrit XlflTToy, 3. Singlo Ladlos' Raco : MIsb E. 'Wniirtms, 1; MIbb H, Honderson, 2; Miss M. WJIThimfl, 0,

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INTERNATIONAL PIGEON SHOOTING MEETING AT MONTE CARLO A FRENCH VICTORY. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

INTERNATIONAL PIGEON SHOOTING j MEETING AT H0NTE CARLO A FRENCH VICTORY. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8. PRIX DES DAHLIAS (Scries) of JC160, added to an entry of £3/4/. One bird. Tbo Tvcathcr ?was floe, for the concluding Gtascs of tho Prfx des Dahlias, a.nd there Vau a large attendance. Tho birds were rairly good, but tho number of shooters protracted tho proceodinsB, and after Iooe tics and IS birds had beon killed by four competitors, « dirision of tho stakes waa agreed to as fol lows : Mr. Ripley Ker, 2CJ metres, IS — 18; SIk nor H. GrasseU, 29 metres, IS— IS ; Mr. Du bout (Anctrallai, 29 metres, 18 — IS ; and Prince E. Aurspcrg (Austria), 24 metres, IS — IS, divi ded 14,150 fratrcs. MONDAY, FEBKUAHT 10. GBAND PUTS DU CASINO (lUcd distance) ; ft work of art and £1000 added to an entry or £12 ; winner rccclvc3 £1000 and the work of art, cecond CO per cent, of the entries, third i!5 per ccnt. of tho entries, fourth 20 per cent, of the entries, fifth 10 per ccnt. of tho entries, tho Fixtb, s...

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SURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

SURF GOSSIP. I (By 'SHARKBAIT.') North Bondl Lifo-saving Club held tholr sec ond annual carnival last Saturday afternoon, in fine weather, which drew a fair crowd. Tbc postponement cf tho Bond! Swimming Club car nival, however, took a great many away from tho surf carnival. The display by tho 'Way- back' Surf Brigade caused great excUcmont, while the 'WJzzard Brothers' wero responsible for a vlcvcr acrobanc exhibition on the beach. One of the main events of tho carnival was tho rcncuc and resuscitation competition for tho 'Scarborough House' Cup, which la now tho property of the Manly LLfo-oavlng Club, who havo won.it twico in succession. Tho alarm reel raco was also won by tho Manly Lifecav ing Club. Thero wero 20 starters for tho surf race, and they ?wero all close together 'when they r cached tho buoy, but on tbo way back per era I | dropped out. Miller, Fletcher n.nrt Grifjv© were fighting it out very hard, but ncarlng tho beach ! Miller, of Manly Lifc-oaving Club, drew away, nn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

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SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

SAILING j' (By 'TOM CRINGLE.') J ( Tho yacht clubs and senior Balling clubs are not holding any ovents to-day. Broken Bay will . bo tho Mecca of boating men. and campers dur ing the Easter holidays. - ' KING EDWARD VII. TROPHY. , Sunbeam's runaway win in this event last I Saturday will stand as evidenco against tho ! obcoleto handicap racc — now out of voguo in all progressive communities. For thin reason, and tho fact that it is well nigh impossible to Dring mo naro ana i&o tortoise together, it : Is to bo hoped that something will be done In ! tho off season to revive both class racing and tiio adoption of a ono-design boat. The fault docs not rest with the handlcappers, butratber v/lth tho fostering of such a form of racing. Of courso It is necessary for a club to cater for aU classes of yachts on their register but two races during the season for yachts that are not eligible through one and other infirmities to compete in elaois events, should surely suffice. SYDNEY FLYI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

| ? ? t For Saturday's Sport Reports t j and criticisms by Sport Experts | | read the 'Sunday Times,' ♦ ? ? - ? 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

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