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AUSTRALIAN RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

AUSTRALIAN RULES. (137 'TVALER.') The League has suffered a sovcro loss In not being successful in its application for ErsUlno-' villc Oval, held for tho last threo years. It is unfortunate to bo met with such a rebuff when matters aro getting nicely into swing, and it Is to bo hoped some way other than playing on Mcoro Park may be found out of the difficulty. It has been suggested that this may bring Into prominence tho question of League ownership of another ground. A worthy object, certainly, but it seems as if, at present, at any rate, it lo too hard a goal to kick. A TRIPLE TRIUMPH. Albert Vincent, hon. secretary of the Syd* ney Club, and a member of tho Itedfern Crkkt; . eleven, was tho only member of last year's Syd ney teem to participate in the premiership finals of 1905, 1907, and 1312, by the winning of each of which the Red Leg3 are entitled to hold the Rawson Cup for ever. This perform ance, coupled with the fact that he skippered Sydney against Ea.st Sydney in the flrs...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUTHER M'CARTY TELLS THE STORY OF HIS HARDEST BATTLE TO AMERICAN PRESS MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

LUTHER fflXARTY TELLS THE STORY OF HIS HARDEST BATTLE j TO AMERICAN PRESS MAN. 'My hardest battlo was with hunger, when a j hobo, I guess, although 1 have had a lot of , other tough ones. Tho wickedest fisht 1 ever j fr.nl with a human being happened some tlmo j ngo. It was on iny first trip across the | country as a 'bo.' Although 1 was only six teen years old at tho time, 1 was big and stronfi and a first-class 'bo.' Liko all Qrst-class 4bocs' who havo any pride left about them. 1 never paid a cent of tailroad fare as long a!» 1 was In tho business. As I started on my way I nioc up \ ith an old uian who w.ist heat ing hlo way to Southern California, to hunt _wor1 In _a_e I i i n a t e _ _th u t _ w a h ? hctt or suited to himself and his clothes than the hard weather . of the east. ''Pop, I always callcd him, and he was a grand old fellow, too. 'Well, It happened that a speeding west bound freight-car, containing a lono automobile had ua as solo passengers — wo were r'ding in a pr...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

SEMPER IDEM. Buchanan's 'BLACK & WHITE' Whisky Quality. Age. A WINNING DOUBLE. ®s IN ALL THE ^E^ING SHAPES. Price, 3/- each (POST FREE.) ? ? iirsim' t|jP§^ The Jw¥- pEKFECT i?iPe « 't-nGnEST GBADH jjl I 'if VIHCDOAN 3 'I If mjij AWARDED 4 GOLD MEDALS. ] III ^ DARK OR LIGHT. f tfl !VlK I' pl'0 £ / P« lb. t jl iRSa 1 or Cu!, *-/ - pojt FrM. f ?i- ? «? HICK SIMMONS, LTD. ZZsrSZZ? I Victoria. Park Races Wednesday Next, 216— Entries— 216. Australia's Greatest Nomination.' Sydney's Premier City Racecourse. First Race, £ p.m. First Race, 2 p.m. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES VIA ELIZABETH STREET, ALSO FROM LOOP LINE CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION. , ./.? II. COBOHOIT, S«xctuy YJ.B.C, 660 SOVS. PRIZE MONEY 560 SOVS. KENSINGTON RACES WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1913. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 100 60vs., 5 furlongs. ENCOURAGE STAJiES, 70 bots., 5J futibngl. 14.0 HANDICAP, 70 sovs., 4i furlongs. u* HANDICAP. 70 Bova., 0 furlon&a. kessixctos iiaxdicat. 100 son.. 1 mile. Lowest weight, 7it 71b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

Doctors Recommend Gilbey's Dry Gin

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CAN FRED WELSH PUNCH? AMPLE PROOF THAT HIS BLOWS ARE NOT "SNOWFLAKES." HIS "K.O" PROWESS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

CAN FRED WELSH PUNCH? AMPLE PROOF THAT BIS BLOWS ARE NOT 'SNOWFLAKES.' HIS 'K.O.' PROWESS. Can Fred Wiish punch ? This, saya 'Box- ing,' 1b a question which ha3 been asked often, and, bo far, unanswered satisfactorily. Many boxers -who havo met him in the ring, and who presumably ought to know, have failed to set j off tho mark with that air of respect one would cxpcct from men who entertained anything like j a holy scare of a conqueror. , On tho other hand, Paul Brevicrcs, the French- ' man who put up such a same show recently 1 against Hughlc Jlehesan in three no-deciBiou ? rounds at tho Chandos Hall, obviously failed to fancy that Welsh couldn't hand over wallops with the best of them. THOSE SXOV.-FI.AKES. Battling Nelson was fond of referring to Welsh , as a snowflake puncher, yet never onco dis played the faintest eagerness to meet him, while it Is more than probable that had tho Durablo Dano been privileged to witness only one of tho punches which Welsh landed just below Bre v...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THREE DAYS' FORM AT RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

THREE DAYS9 AND WICK. By ' PILOT.' This afternoon sees tho conclusion of the A.J.C. Autumn Meeting, and if results are n - aioro favorable to some of tho punting dlvirUu: than on Weduesday last several members of tho Dotting ring will bo in a position to indulgo lit Continental tours. At tho samo time a few big backenj aro well ihcad on tho meeting, and if Mr. P. A. Con nolly, owner of Jolly Deggar, still bets a^ heavily as ho received crcdit for a few year: ago, ho must havo taken a nlco sum out of the ring a3 a result of tho black's two victories. After winning tho Perth Cup and All-aged Stakes, Jolly Beggar only won ono small han dicap In something over a couple of yearn, but in his last two runs ho his more than com pensated for his various failures. Tho stylo In which he slipped away from tho other runners entering tho straight In tho Don caster Handicap on Saturday last wua ro niarkable. At tho bond it appeared as If half a-dozen were going to run past him, but In tho next hun...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET FIXTURES. CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

CRICKET FIXTURES. CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. Final round of matches— March 29 and April 8. 'A' Grade.— No. 1 division : Surrey United r. Oriea **!« No. 7 ; Mcasrs. L Hart i«d C. A. Anderson. Arena* Ramblers v. Standard, No. 4 ; Messrs. T. Kent and G. Si-hofield. Scrrcv United 'li' v. Glajnmls, No. 8 { Messrs. S. Merrii-k and 1-. Kron. No. 2 division (anal) : Y.M.C.A. v. Tramuav Work-, No. 1 ; Meiars. A. Greer and F. Lea. 'Il' GraJe. —.No. 1 dnumn : Lugecllffe Juniors v. Standard 'IJ,' N'u. H. Rutter and R. Cul ; Wooll.iJjra A.'Nm v. J.ittle Coogee, No. o ; Messrs J. Ctiiru* and !'. M;;r[.!i.». l'«trel v. GU'tiwood, No. 10 ; lieajr*. W. lividy .:'i ! I'. 1. Foran. Rusheuttcrs Bay v. Puling'-', No. II ; .1. W.Kvf,. ;i:id 1'. llodge. Klslnor v. Gardens, No. 1) ; M-*- - r i. F. SI . I'nhen and E. Cobbhaji. -o. '2 division : Wonllal:? a St. Jchn's. No. 12 ; ilcisr;. \V. Priddv and S. P;s!l« :t. Adrlaid:* v. Y.M.C.A., No. 11; Must*. P. Motl.ut a 'id A. N. Other. S.S. Tnelms v. Marylebon...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

SURF GOSSIP. ? (By 'SHAHK.QA1T,') Cronulla Club held their fifth aunual surl carnival ou Eaatcr Monday, which was 'wit nessed by an lmmenao crowd, estimated Qt 10,000. The weather waa all that could be do* ctrcu. The events, which wero all heavily patronised, wero well supervleed by an cner nctlc committee, and who, with the secretaries aro to be congratulated on tho wa y the carni val v.* as carried out. Tho main events wero tho kcscuc and Resuscitation competition, which was won by Bondl Surf Dathers, and tho Alarm Itcel Race, which went to tho Manly Lifo Saving Club. Tho surf relay raco wan a popular item. Thero wero threo men ln a team, and each had to cwlm 200yd.i. Ia tho final lap all clubg were level. Nearlng tho beach Fletcher, from Bondl, managed to secure a brraltcr, and landed homo 4yds ahead of tho .Manly representative. The surf race was won by NVllr.on, of North Steyne, after a very exciting swim. The three swim mers, NdLson. Flcteher, and Grieve, had been nil closo to...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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To-day's Racing Programme [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

To-day's Racing Programme A.J.C, Autumn Meeting.— Firat nee, 1 p.m. A.J.C. Tiste, , 3.15 p.m. Spccial trams at frequent intervals to and I f«m the racecouisc platforms. j Mr. F. I-aren tier's cl- 1 CEDUXA .. .. .. .. .. 0 12 i Mr. P. Nolan's b f KLblE HART ? 0 12 i Mr. N. II. Cibbs* b f noilEEX U. .. ? ? 0 11 .Mr. F. Lynch's ch f CAUMMNA ? U 11 Mr. A. Jlannsm's blfc c MALT MKUV ? 0 1') Mr. W. 1*. Di-siohoe'a ch k tiCAltS ? 0 10 , Messrs. 'A. Trovcivii' and M. Thompson's ch t 1 cm:uA .. / ? e 7 I Mr. J. 11, Davidson's ch f 1.AD1FOHM ? 6 1 Mr. U. I). Wood's Ml: I MOI.KNK ? U 7 1 lion. A. Wynne's br q BK.ST SCOT ? 0 ♦ j Mr. 'S. A. iUwdon's' i.r c (SUAND MARSHALL « 7 1 FIX Ah HANDICAP. (To slart at tf.SO p.m.) A luadicap swctpsiaLi* ci iU 5yvj cacu, 1 ft., with 5t/0 sova ttdued. \iJio cwikt v; uic keconj liorsc to k ccive lw not s, an*! tliu o.vr.t'r ot tbc tturo -U .v«d from tl^ pr|jt«. ilu» \»inn-:r of anv luadiMp au«»r tiv dwiaratiosi ot to e.irrs: I'J'.'j extra. Ii jnjK\ Mr. 11. J. ...

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RUGBY UNION. METROPOLITAN UNION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

RUGBY UNION. (By 'RAMBLER.') METROPOLITAN UNION MEETING. There was a full attcndanco of club dele gates at tho annual meeting of tho M.R.U. oil Wednesday evening last, but tho rooms were net so closely packed' as thoy have been on many previous occasions. Those present, how ever. were extremely enthusiastic and very practical. Many familiar faccs were absent, and in their place wero youthful delegates brimming over with real and loyalty. O; those who were In the game before tho district schcmc was intro duced, J. R. Henderson, O. W. Graham, T. Dug gau, H. R. Baird, E. Mullett, H. P. Poulton, and E. S. Marks were atlll there, ably assisting Messrs. J. H. Clayton, Dr. Otto Bohramann, and others, to help along tho older code, Mr. J. R. Henderson, speaking to the adoption of tho annual I'obpfrt, congratulated alobo on winning the pffemiol-Bhip. He was very em phatic in his ptaleo of tbo premiers, who, ho said, got good football out of a playet it it was at all possible. Ho alBd Urged ro...

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY, MARCH 29. ROUS HANDICAP. (To start at 1 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

A,J.a AUTUMN PlbETING. FOURTH DAY — SATURDAY, MARCH 20. tOUS HANDICAP. _ -To start, at X p.m.) A banak*ap sweepstake# of 10 sots each, for taree«ycar I ouw, 1 tonat, witn W0 jovj adaed. 'ifte owner 01 tdc k-c«juc nurac 10 rcccive IwJ sovt, and tac owner ot tu4 liu.'J «o ao.'s iroxu tbu pruc. x miie '4 lorlong#. 1: lb Jfon. A. Wynae's b c CIDER ? ? ?» ?? ?? * *J jicvtr^. J. *na f. limn s l- c UAGOU ? t» 12 *r. *i. -.. o iKii.u a ca c UOLDKS iiOS ? a -ir. „\. »i . xuar.o's Oik c iiUKUl .. ? ? & C j. r. ttvn,*c m.iWi ch c HAltPLbl' .. .. * ? o a Mf. j- it. FiJ^-r'n It c ? ? o *» Mt. L U. Ana.'?**' or c MOMARJAY .. .. .... a 4 xi. 'J. jt.ut-n-i ' -? g AlJ-^O jAUtkrO S ? 7 li Mr. W. '1. UiriitUas b C iJOVS AS .. .. .... 7 « jir. ilctxlrn'a br 1 LtTlA .. .. ? ? ? 7 U 1 M'» J. a. Agncwr's or g J.UtTANUS ? ? l i »r. 'J, Hi ton-*' b g HUATJOl iUV£K ? 7 t Ur. l-. 15. b v MfulXAUA .. ? ? / nr. 1. lUrton's ctt g ? ? ? #♦ 7 U lie&n, J, iiruti '» t»f g VJLXAijUK »» »» ?» 7 0 Air. ...

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COLONIAL PLAYERS. (To the Editor of "The Leeds Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

COLONIAL PLAYERS. (To the Editor of 'Tho Leeds Mcrcury.') Sir,— I was pleased to read 'Yorkist's' re marks in this morning's 'Mercury' ro the Northern Union Committee^ decision on the Colonial player. I should imagine that the cries of 'Frozen Mutton' and similar insulting remarks from a narrow-minded set of football enthusiasts, have appealed to tho commlttcc. I belong to that large set of sportsmen who would not object to watching foreigners playing in our midst so long as they could show us good and clean football, but now we are to bo de barred from watching our own kinsmen. I suppose,, according to this reasoning, there will Boon be a shortage of Irish players. , ANTi-DOYCOTT. * I

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THE YEARLING SALES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

THE YEARLING SALES Messrs. 'N . Tnglls and Soil continued tholr nalea at T. Paytcu's Newmarket stnblea yester day. when. In some eases, high prices wore realised. Tho Vlctorlna buyer, Mr. 'S. A. Kawdoo,' gnvo 825ge. for tho Malster— Corolll colt, bred by Mr. 12. A. Shell ; a Bardolph— Nautu Ally was knocked down to Mr. W H Mato at -IIOks.. nn-i n HiitAr *n vt-.* ? (Malotcr--F.cld itoso) to Mr. J. Eoarnubaw, *tt 400g3. Though, like most Qobadll yearlings on tho lor,' *jdo, it waa anticipated that ' tho stoutly-built Dobadil—Lndv Dlflldonco colt would have brought moro than 330g«., nnd ho may provo a good Investment on Mr C Heh den'3 purt. * Mr. a. D, Greenwood was cmone yesterday'u buyers, securing a Malster— Comely colt, at* oSojjs.; whilo U:e full brother to Tongaroa ',u\t} a™SG' (lirafto' WainiueJ wna bouglit by .Mr. I jl Gratli. (or COOgg. Among tho lota , purchased tor Queensland was a Koyal Artil lery—^'eotch Annie ill!}', for whom Mr, A. B. Nagel gave 310as. 'ifcat owner has b...

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TURF ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

TURF ITEMS The imported horsc3 havo not greatly dl— tinsuisheu themselves at tile ' A.J.C. muetlui; Kuaorun tailing to provo himselt a champion at a mil?, whilu Iiernurd was unequal to Kottini: u .place at eltuer ol his tnreo attempts. Still ai ho ran tairly lu the City Handicap, tho lat- I iei iiwj, wna iuu journey u lurlong shorter, Struselu into a position in tne 1'lace Handicap this . aiteruooa. 'iho Americano, Walt' aua liaibracer, havo only succeeded in getting places, though backers o( the former are of opinion he should have beaten N.S.H'. in the 'iocal Handicap, and also gone close to pulling oif 1110 Loogee Handicap. In whicli ho hung out ip. the straight. Luuoius, by tho way, is up for sale next week, and as, iu addition to hav ing 'iur( form lo recommend him, ho 13 a good stamp of horse, he stould command a good I-rice for stud purposes. Tho Onkaparinga Itaco Club held its first meeting in lSTti, tho prl-e-inoney for which totalled iS3, compared to tho distributed at thi...

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THE LATE CAPTAIN OATES, [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

THE LATE CAPTAIN OATES, In a letter in a recent Issue of tho 'Eton Col lege Cbroniclo' 'Miles' writes : 'Tho lato Cap tain Oates was ono of tho hardest riders to houndB that I aver mot, and was so devoted to tho sport that ho took out to India at his own expenso a pack of hounds, which under his mas tership soon established a great reputation. H® trained and- raced his own horses when in Ire land, and was successful in winning tho Grand Military at Punchcstown, in addition to many other races. Ho was a fino shot with gun, rifle, and revolver, but this ho inherited from his father and uncle, who were both noted sports men and big gamo shots. Ho was also a bold' and skilful sailor, and was never happier than when cruising about in his small yacht, and oncc, at least, ho saved life at sea at the risls of Ills own.'

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FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

FOOTBALL. (By 'RAMBLER.'') RUGBY LEAGUE. Various Bub-eommlttecs wero elcctod at tho last meeting of tho Now South WalCB Rugby League. Tho dofeat of C. J. B. Whlto for a position on tho Selection Committee was a surprise. His placo is taken by E. Mead, of Western Suburbs. H. Flegg and D. Lutge were ro'-clected. Tho other committees wero chosen- as fol lows : General, J. Quinlan, c. H. Ford, 8. O. Ball, E. J. Hooper, and C. H. J. Upton; Judi ciary, J. Edwards. A. C. Welch, and W. f: Ellis; Appeals and Protests, W. J. Chaspllng. T. E. Phelan, and G. Brennan. Tho First Grtido practlco matches will com menco on April 5 Tho teams to meet on that dato will bo : North Sydney v. Newtown, Bal main t. Globe, Western SUburbs v. South Sydney, Eastern Suburbs v. Annandalo. The grounds will bo arranged later on. Tho annual meeting of tho Hunter River branch will -be held at West Maltland this evening. Jt was decided that tho head body should bo represented by the northern repre sentatives on tho L...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'Ajax' : Tho principal golf fixtures of the Ken sington Golf Club for July and August are. July 5, Hampden Cup, 30 holes ; July 10, Den mun Cup, 18 holes stroko play. First eight players to play oft by match-play, ono week allowanco for each round. August 1 to 35, Australian Open Championship meeting. (Nu merous events open to all).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan deery & go. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. STDXK7 flPOHTS DEPOT (opp. noul- Aiatnlli), 38 C&ftUsraaeh S^ateot . S&diiiey.

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS A.J.C AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY, MARCH 29. (BY "PILOT.") ROUS HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY— SATURDAY, MARCH 25. ? (By 'PiLor.') ? ? ' ROUS HANDICAP : CIDER or BARIOS ? ? 1 ? ? 2 Golden Hop ? ? 3 PLACE HANDICAP : JACAMAR .. ? ? ? 1 Bernard ? ? ?? ?? ' Patrimony ? ? 3 SECOND STEEPLECHASE : ' ?? SIR LETHE- ? ' 1 * Tho Miser .. ? ? «. ~. 2 A.J.C. PLATE : CADONIA ? ? v 1 Harpiat ? ? ? — 2 ^f-' Gavonnl ? ? .* — 3 SECOND NURSERY : rORTRTFSH ? ? — — 1 Malt Ulr ? ? 2 Mnlbrook or Dakai ? — .« 3 FINAL HANDICAP : SIR WILLIE ? - ?? 1 ? ? 2 Broadsword ? 3 ? (By 'THE SCOUT,') . ROUS HANDICAP : .. OIDER ? i Cagou ? ? 2 Momarjay .. ? ? 3 PLACE HANDICAP : LOCHANO ? ? ? 1 Patrimony ? ? ? o Vi'altz ? 3 SECOND STEEPLECHASE : SIR LETHE. ' A.J.C. PLATE: .. CADONIA ? ? ? Harpist ? ? My Gavonnl ? ? ., 3 SECOND NURSERY HANDICAP : DAKAI ? ? .. 1 AMic ? ? .. .. 2 I'ortrush ? 3 PINAL HANDICAP: BELOVE ? j Embracer ? n ? ^eatondalo ? .. \\ 3

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