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SAILING AN OFF DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
SAILING (By 'TOM ChlliSttV, AN OFF l/AY, l'ort JiicUsoii »«t a vu» thtc of ,vator Inat MttUKl#/. 'Hi, ^ place Wiiu a blil/t lui.ii Uk -;y»l/-Hy Hkif/ Club', direction -ih, wn3 Juat , buIMcUii; to u 14 comfortably WllOla-Bilil a ? ? ? .1 i ^ . . nu sovcrnl ulnffi; h^d been Ulieii to compete nt Lako Macauor Hose, with a handicap of fiicln, won with jmln u, spam from Murcla, J A?* W*afl » n,arl-- whl|,: lhll,l I'laoo was filled by Ln«, \\h«i waa on tho himjio mark us tho winner. | TORONTO K.C. lUuUATl'A. Tho above club h»jM u two days' regatta on Saturday 1 ti:- t and Easter Monday on i'JlVJt Amongst tho visitors were Phillips, Lurk, and Austral, of Sydney, and Quecnle, hailing from Botany. Phillips, who Martcri in four events, succeeded In pulling rfi' threo of titr.m, Jnciudiug tho championship of tho Lake. Sho had up to this not proved hcisclf a flyer, her only win being tho after noon race tor her class at tho last Balmain regatta. Tho course, which wa« very smooth r.nd lackcd such...
SWIMMING CHATTER. A LAME IN A LYON'S SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
SWIMMING CHATTER. ( By 'C. II.') A LAME IN A LYON'S SKIN. O. Lyon, tho Fort-otrcet lad, who mado Mai ne It conspicuous by securing two Junior cham f.lonJJbiiJa at tho rcccnt school carnival, oubae ciuuntly achlovcil further dlsMnctlon by annex liit; the H and lu years all-scliools' auprcmaclca. At leMt, ho did co to this c.itcnt, that ho out djBtunccJ all compotltors ln both the raccs re ferred to ; but It now transpires that a pro t'Bt wa:i lodged on behalf of tho boy who camo jtcco/j(J Jn tho latter event on tho scoro that tho winner wua not, mark you, over, but under, the iitlpulatnd age, and most extraordinary to ro v;hcn the matter camo up for discussion at a meeting of tho Schools' Association, the OhiKent was upheld, Lyon being dlsquallfled and r.tripped of the honor attached to winning. Sure ly thl.«j d'.-clslon Is as unJque as it Is Incompre hensible. imagine what a howl of derlson would be heard If a man who had been beaten In a boxing contest claimed the verdict beca.uso ...
CRICKET THE TRUMPER FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
CRICKBX THE TRUMPEIi FCSD. Sir i'Yiuci s Suttor pi-csided at a me t&tr'o£ the Citixcus' Committee Jn conneccion urfth cite 'i'tumpvr Vesli2zuui±i «t lLc i-ALA. uuudiuss ye^teioay iUternooa. it was reporasl U*at cii oii- icccivcd won iXEiCvi. Coatribu tions cuniinuo u- ? arrive iui a resul* of tae cir cular iorwarded by the committee, ltyjucstinj all lists lo be cent in at once. Tho yucstion o£ trustees was dmcua^ed, but, xaolhi^ UeUaite \«a^ done. - .
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
ATHLETICS. The officers of tho N.S.W.A-A^V. have deefdei lo tiigntiy allcr tho programme of to-day tfy reverbing iho 1'jO and k^jj yarda Championshini^ 'ibis naii ocen lound ncceasary owiug u- tac ' ropes ior the furlong being set down. Tims tho reviieu Limes valt r.ow be ; iLiu, ioi/yda ? V llvyda. omeialj' tickets and badges will be issued at the gates of the Sydney Sports Ground A special general meeting of the N.S.W.AJLA.' Council has been conven-jd for Tuesday next, at tho SjKirts Club. 'ibo business will be tn Lx the oato of tho annual general creetlaE. election ot auditors, and consideration of an- ? nual rerort. J. F. Bradley, South Sydney Harriers* crack' sprinter mid middlo-dfctanco runner, is expectcd , to urrlvo iu Sydney by tho Melbouruo mn-| this , morning. Lraulcy left Broken Hill oa W«?d nesdaj- Eiornin^ v.-uh a vlcv.- to eo^nc-tlns in the ' b..ito charap.or.shli)3 (hto niternoon. and will thus havj heon tr.-.veliins to r throe ccnsecutirg ' dnya una nlshta, i ntart3...
QUORN KILL UNDER A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
QUORN KILL UNDER A TRAIN. Captain Forester, who is ever ready to lend a lu-lpin:; band to a div.crviug cause, has for tho pa&t few seasons allowed a 'cap' to be taken at the Ash Wednesday meet of iho Quorn, and this custom was followed this year. There was a very lar*:o Held out, a strong contingent of the Pytchley followers coming over by a spcclal train. Tho day's sport was Interesting, and a sixty-minute gallop with a riuglng fox from Ashby Pastures had a somewhat sensational termination. After leaving Thorpe Trussels, a second time tho fox ran along the Great Nor thern Railway, with tho pack In pursuit. Just as a passenger train was 6eeu approaching. Tho driver managed to pull up in tlmo to prevent tho destruction of the hounds, and whilo tho train ! was standing they killed their quarry under- I ncath it. Later In the day two more foxea wero I accounted for.
THE MORPETH REGATTA. TOM KEEP DISSATISFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
1HE 2IGRPHXH SEStttTTi Enss^Tnrsrnna. » Tib? f©!lEcx-Zis£ Qrtliar iraffdto i ''inht fisDc'i*' Crcni Tircx ; — Scr.— ' TZv-zli ym I&ziHt Cnsfri Hi* C^ulnwfa^ ix oeCeircsioe lo cry tsictiaaftut in hell oa Kasicr Xasiiy- £as* u6orz-c£h, iin X x iercayetLLcor. TSiis aaSii ^csattta was oinertiscd 3^» te csrr'voi uuilmt Pasraaaaitx Riv^sr 2?r«i'e3s5on«S Smlldtxs: mics. Jty ttw &»e 'ccraada Cias cion rrss carrots, tbt umpire, omi scctrroc trenr th-i ccrcsstiv This £ luxliftrsiaiiti* siDiS^ sot it cnJt?- icuii; rsl-s 3C. Qooicd iiyciorr. Xoy, ihat rale cat crrrJei cac is t&e rnce, -ijx v.Zxck a coapt titer iwho xras of uho^ ime« fleeted by the ZJArraa »£U ^5vcr iTJ^sslcszaa Scwiliag Clnh »o trsjno their S-a3jy)ecyvi iue three times, tbas in * a?«is«re icy chance o£ setting .first J^ixe. Jx tbo loul 1 had to lift iiiy ©cuil ric;iit ever 4its to free mysolL Aoff, tho u-3p;rc cautioned nil competitoi-s in the iio^t^ in titrictiy aChcre to the rulo^. but lie -!id iv* do ...
BOXERS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
BOXERS TO ARRIVE, A BEVY OF CRACKS. Next Monday morning by the Oceanic Co.'fi Ventura, will arrlvo a pair of cr.v.k American feather-weights, named Stono and Thomas. Then a day or so later wc will have wlUi us Petty Oni«'oP r tirran, who bs t.» meet BUI Lang and Sid. Burns, th' elr»vor Fnyllnh writer, who not long baf-k put trp such a good contest against Johnny Summers. In the course of a/bout one month from date wo will liavo our own cham pion. IUichle Mehegan, again showing his paces at tho stadium. He will bo accompanied by Stagg. Harry MansfioUl and Spcncoly. According to cable communication received last Thur?:day night, a crack English light weight has agreed to Mr. Baker's terras, nnd will ronii- along at the first available oppor tunity. it ia also exported that arrangements will be satisfactorily arrived nt by which ono of the hoft. mlddlo-weighta (if not tin absolute chr.mpioin In tho world In the person of Jeff Smith, an American, 'bo ban been accounting for'aM ond sundr...
ENGLISH RACING SENSATION. PROMINENT TRAINER AND JOCKEY WARNED OFF. MANAGER CENSURED. MR. COULTHWAITE AND HIS "NATIONAL" WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
ENGLISH RACING SENSATION. PROMINENT TRAINER AND JOCKEY WARNED OFF. MANAGER CENSURED. MR. COULTHWAITE AND IIIS 'NATIONAL' WINNERS. Ia racing clrclca tho result of the Inquiry by the stewards 0/ tho Nutioonl Hunt Commltteo into the running of tv.o of Mr. C. Bower T ? hnrqM. Jacobua and Bloodstone, wafl eagerly awaited, and the result created a fclg sensation. „ Tho meeting was held on February 27. end having called upon Mr. C. Bower Ismay, Mr. J. Fergusson. Mr. T. Coulthwalte. R. Chadwlck, and F. Lyail for their explaiatlonfl, considered them, with tho exception o£ F. Lyall. unBatls lactors'. Thfl stewards fitraagly recommended Mr. Bower iBinay to look more dosoly Into tho SiSilnK of hi' horses. They oonaWered that conteat M MT. pa ? TOM COULTWA1TE. ? J. Woodland Fnllwood (London), Photo. he vis Bererely censured for gross lack of soperrlsion. Mr. T. Coolthw-altc, ? trainer, and IL Chad wick. Jockey, wero warned off. F. Lyall was completely exonerated. Of recent years thero hes been n...
STADIUM MATINEE. AN EXCITING AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
STADIUM MATINEE. AN EXCITING AFTERNOON. As largo a crowd as usual was in attendance at tho Stadium on Thursday afternoon to wlt no?H tho programme of boxing, in which no fewer than six now aspirants to flstie honors mado thoir appearance. Reglo. th-» Indefati gable, with Lou O'Halloran, of New Zealand. opc.ne\l the hall with three very fast and funny rounds. Our old friend, Reg., did by far the better work. uiily W errand, well enough known In New Zealand, where he was somebody In the ama teur rank', of the Dominion, and In West Aus tralia end \lctorln, 5n which places ho figured , '* few minor bouts, boxed throe rounds with old Sam (,rny. who l.i training him for his com I in: rontPRt with ciro. Taylor, to be derided at ?iu!i '1 to-night. Wrnand also gave nn ' e\hlbltlon^ of skipping nnd evrroi.-Jop that wore j more In Jtin r.iltire of an arrobatie turn. Slill, j fudging by the amount o' r-r.plau^. ac-ordrd him wlinn ho had finish'! :i w»- «vldr-nt th-»t I ? M.-'.:or:tv ?.? tur.-.o...
"TOO MANY WINNERS." MR. TOM COULTHWAITE ON HIS "WARNING OFF." NOT RESPONSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
'TOO MANY WINNERS.' MR. TOM COULTHWAITE ON HIS .'WARNING OFF.' NOT RESPONSIBLE. 'I am In the way. I havo had too many winners,' is Mr. Tom Coulthwaito's summing up of th© 'warning off' sentence passed upon him by Btewards of the National Hunt. He was interviewed at Hednesford, by a re presentative of tho Manchester 'Sporting Chronicle/' and said : 'If a man ia warned off for doing nothing, it Is tlmo to giv® up. If ever there was an innocent man cwa vu,uu anu warned off, I am that one, I don t know whether there aro any sporting men prepared to fight the case out; 1 am prepared to go before an Impartial tribunal, havo all tho facts placed before them, and abldo by their verdict. 'The decision of the National Hunt Com mltteo is unjust People who know the facta of tho case never thought I should bo called beforo tho committee, because 1 had dono nothing; but I havo been called beforo them and warned ofT,- and that's dono IU It Is tho scandal that I cannot do with.' Continuing, Coulthw...
BOXING WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
BOXING WORLD. B'V -SOLAR PLEXUS.' Mr. Andrews, of West Maitland, wires : 'Can I you pet Jack Burns nnd Tom O'Brien to box Loro Saturday, April 5. Show night 1' Mil Brough is now in Adelaide, where ho isl matched to meet a local hoy named Daniels I next Monday night. Jack Kcnnolcy informs mo he is prepared to I match Lnngford and MoVea to box at the Sports Ground early in April. 'A.T.C.** fAshficld): Neither Bronson nor Summers was in Sydney daring tho time Bren nan'r, National was in existence as a boxing hall. 'P.B.' (Pcnwortbam): The last contest be t'rm Hums and Lang took placo at the Syd. ney .Stadium, and went tho full 20 rounds. I have to thank resident champion light* Wright of Australia, Alf Morcy, for a splendid likeness of himself In boxing attitude. Mr. Jack O'Brien, who is about to promote inxliig at Taree, where he is erecting a Sta dium. writes concerning Young McCroary, whr If i/i ys is boxing remarkably well, and Is very likely to beat any nlnc-stoner in Australia. K...
OLD HUNTER AND "CARTED" DEER [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
OLD HUNTER AND ' CARTED ' DEER j An exciting incident occurred at a meet of tho Kssex Staghouiida at Loudon Roding (Hng.). An old hum ?r was used to brlug the deer-cart containing nvo deer to the rendezvous. The animal showed it^ resentment at being mado lo bri::;; quarry ho wua worn to chaso, and bolted. A f t ♦- r soil:;; ;;orn«' di:U::r.co the cart ? THE MISER, WINNER OF A HURDLE RACE AND A STEEPLECHASE AT RANDWICK. collided with a motor car and was overturned, while tho driver was knocked down and run over by the cart, but not seriously injured. The deer escaped Injury, and ono of them after wards provided exhilarating sport for a largo field.
CROWD INVADES CUP-TIE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
CROWD INVADES CUP-TIE GROUND. A disorderly-scene occurred daring a Scottish Football Cup-tie replayed at Shawlleld Park, Glasgow, between Clydo and East Stirlingshire. Towards the closo (St the game a Clydo player fell owing, it is alleged, to his being tripped. A raoloo followed, several members of both teams were mixed up in tho scramble. ' Fully 1000 spectators then invaded tho lleid of play and surrounded tho teams. Play was impossible, and both clovens retired t£ tho pavilion, whilo tho police cleared tho ground. Tho match was continued without further Interruption. ?*1*4 1* tlw pupa jrso m4 to Ww jtntiy ^ fanny, pfrjeprtxre , fi»w ? ?