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BOXING. HUGHIE MEHEGAN'S DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

BOXING. HUGHIE MEHEGAN'S DISAPPOINTMENT. Hughle Mehegan formed ono of a numerous company that turned up at the N'.S.C. on Feb ruary 25. Mehegan looked as fit as tho prover bial fiddle, and said to 'The Sportsman' rep reBentutlvo that on reaching home niter the contest ot the previous evening ho had a bath, ! and after eating a hearty Bupper went to bed, | and slept like a top. Ho expressed tho opinion ! that ho had won well against Wells, and said that he would bo only too pleased to box tho ex-amateur again, if a match could be lixed up and decided in the courso of three weeks, that is, in time to enable him to catch the Orsova, on which he intended leaving for homo on Fri day, March 14. Mehegan Bpoko In high terms of tho treatment ho had received at the National, and his only idea was that he con sidered he should havc been returned the win ner Instead of tho loser. Sid. Stagg ha3 accep ted a contract with Mr. Reginald Baker, and is on tho Orsova with Mehegan, who Is also accompan...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING ITEMS. SAILING. ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

SPORTING ITEMS. SAILING. ROTAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON'. The Squadron will close their programme to day, tho concluding events being a race for yachts steered by ladles, which is an annual event. Thcro Is also an Invitation raco for tuck stern and coachhouse boats on the register of tho Royal Princo Alfred Y.C. and Sydnoy Amateur Sailing Club. Tho ladles' race will start at 3 p.m., times being given at the start. Tho courso Is from a lino off tho clubhouse, round Pllellght, thenco to Shark Island, finish ing at tho starting point. Tho tuck stern and coachhouse boats will bo despatched at 3.15 p.m. to a flying start. The courso la from a lino ofl clubhouse to Pilellght, thenco to Shark Island, on to a flag mark ln Neutral Bay, thenco round the P. and O. buoy, returning to starting line, ln view of the ladles' event, aud It being the wind-up of the racing season a big turn-out will probably result. Tho usual club steamer will follow the events. CREMORNE SAILING CLUB. This club's last ra...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING WORLD. TO-NIGHT'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

BOXING WORLD. j» j» BY -SOLAR PLEXUS' J» j» TO-NIGHT'S FIXTURES. AT SNOWY RAKER'S STADIUM : 'Doyo' Driscoll f. Charlie Simpson. AT II. A.ND T. STADIUM, XEVtTOWN. — Lou O'Hll lorlu v. Young Sullitan.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

CYCLING. A. F. Taylor calls to-dcy for Amorlca. Ho has received a lot of assistance, ho Bays, from S. Senhou&o In tho way of Information and ad vice. Taylor should 'mako good' at Salt Lake, for which ccntro ho Intends making us a bo ginning. Handicaps tor the Eastern Suburbs Club's 20 miles road race this afternoon on the Bunnc long-road : A. E. Stewart, \V. F. Chapman, T. Brower, lmin ; E. T. Byron, Imln -lOsec ; E. S. Skinner, R. J. Short, 2.10 ; H J. Taylor, T. Stockbrldge. 2.50 ; P. Worth, p. Carter, 3.30 ; F. Ryan, 3.40 ; L. Lcatou, W. Dedden, 4inln ; J. C. McN'aught. P. G. Boyco, 4.20 ; H. Ncaaby, A. Barter, T. W. Wilson, R. Hose, E. E Car ter, H. Gordon, 6:nln ; R. Nllass, F. Armstrong, F. Mlnty, 6,30 ; S. Light, W. Grlct, 'mln ? R Thomas, 8.20 ; J. C. Light, 8.40.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TOURING THE NORTH-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

TOURING THE NORTH-WEST. Tho metropolitan team which visited Moroo at Easter hid n slorlous Urns In tho black soil Plains. It was a very strom: team. Including Jf. A .Noble, A. J. HopWns. A. Diamond A. Cotter, L. A. Cody, C. Gorry, H. Goddart. D A. Ooc, G. L. Snylc, B. Slafiori!, and J T. Pope. Victr.r Tnimprr wes to havo been ln the Pi'.rty. |: ut he dropped out at the last moment. Th? Morec penph- were vory disappointed at Iho c-h.-implon'A withdrawal, and at the dlffcr iMit. functions they did not nf-i;lei-t to say so. Tho tram was iMlvertlsed as 'Truinper's,' am! V.T.'b sudden determination to remain Iu Sydney was. a? you mny imagine, moro than CI?aP]iolntln^. Mr. B. J. Rogers, lion, secretary of the local ASBOeintlon. h n 'live' man,' and to him prin cipally Is due tho vlclt ami !!:?. suece-a of the tour. Thc el:l/o:i« helped In a commendable nianner. Tho expenses were. In thu first iir sliincf, giiaruntoed by MoEirn. .1. T. Vsimi, pui'' R. A. Read. Owlnc however, to tho succaso...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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NEWCASTLE SPORT. QUEENSLAND v. NEWCASTLE TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

NEWCASTLE SPORT. QUEENSLAND v. NEWCASTLE TOURISTS. Tho scores on the City green on Tuesday wore :— N. Q. Allen, Tyler, Southon, Patey ? ]o _ Robertson. Lovelock, Street, Earl ? — 20 O'aCara. T. Davu, Nlmmo, Christie ? 21 _ Brcckenridce, Tsylor, Collins, Gould ? — 15 Robbins, i'roome, Raysmlth, Gardner ? 2H ? Harvey, Cox, Whitehead, Rankin ? „ — u J. Davis, llollinethead, Banks, Malvey ? 27 _ Ward, Warbrick, Reid, Bouchard ? — u Totals .. „ ? ^ ^ M ~ v — — — Prior to leaving the ercen, Mr. J. Reid, Tlce president of the Queensland Association, pro sonted Mr. G. Blackstonc, the accretary ot the Northern (Newcastle) Association with a Bllver mounted walking-stick as a token ot the esteem In which he waa held by tho visitors, on whose behalf be had made all arrangements. BOXINQ. Dan Blackwood. winner of Aston's tourna ment, and S. McKinnon will provide tho pre liminary to the Crew-McNub match at Kurrl Kurrl on Saturday, 5th lnst. R. Arbucklo and T. Vipcn havc signed for a Oatch-as-Catch...

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THURSDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE A SPLENDID PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

THURSDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE A SPLENDID PROGRAMME. ' or mo many good programmes the Stadium management have put on since this moJt ex cellent Idea was Brst tried by Mr. Mclntosh, nnd since carried out so successfully by Mr. Buker, Thursday's was one ol the very best. Thn only drawback was the (allure of Fred Crcwo to show his truo form against Will Saycrs In tho 10-roundB bout. As a conse Qucncc he was beuton in three round3. The three-round bout:; were all of a good Sive-and-tako description. They were Arthur * ' Kcrslake v H. Sackctt, Jack Clarke (of S'i. y l'ctcrc) v Tom Hughci. Lyn Wilson v Frank ?' Carroll, o! Uctiri* twhoae showing proved that ho is the possessor of a good lelt), Arthur Ken nedy v Keglo (who, as usual, caused inut-h amusement by his willingness to be ever l;iumi.inE). and Billy Shields v Le Bros. Tho reason of a larger crowd than usual be ing present was that Doyo Driscoll and Young i, Simpson wero to be seen In exhibition Bpars, and that Kelly Mansfield and Gor...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET. CEYLON COMMENDS VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

CRICKET. CEYLON COMMENDS VENTURE In commenllnc on tho suggestion put forward by tho Rev. K. F. Waddy, as given on our front pnge, the 'Ceylon Sportsman' expressed its cordial approval. 'A uplcndld suggestion,' It Buys. 'Wo be lieve It will be received with much pleasure] by nil lover, of cricket. ... The Rct. E. V. Waddy's suggestion is a practical one, Wuldi could bo carried out with n little expenditure of troublo on the part of our lending clubfl If they aro at all concerned In tho dcvelorment ot our crlckot. 'Now that It has been announced officially that tho M.C.C. will not send n team to India thl3 year, why should Ceylon not avail itself jf thin splendid opportunity of getting -a team cf New South Wales cricketers— all first-class wtn-lo pay us u visit and play half a dozon or moro matches In the Inland? 'Ccylnn cricket has Improved considerably in recent years, hut there in ntill much scope tor further Improvement, and n visit ot flrst-clM* cricketers, like the one proposed,...

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BOYO DRISCOLL v. YOUNG SIMPSON. AT THE STADIUM TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

BOTO DRISCOLL v. YOUNG SIMPSON. AT THE STADIUM TO-NIGHT. Tho contest nt the Stadium to-night Is a feather-weight battle between a pair evenly matched in height and weight. They nro strong, aggressive feather weights, and ore sure tn put up a great battle. It will be an inter national affair, for while Driscoll represents Kngland. Simpson la 'one o( ours,' and, accord Ins; to all accounts will make- it Interesting (or thn much travelled Boyo, and incidentally (or patron3 of the rinn Dob Turner i3 lo meet Herb McCoy next Saturday night at Brisbane, and thrco weeks later Joo Russell, while u fortnltht later Btlll he and Morcy aro to doctdo their return match. T!ob writes mo that, 'thanks to his trainer, Wally Nowburn. tho beat ho haj ever struck, ho now fools hotter than on any previous occas ion and thinks ho will win all threo contests.' Nothing like confidence, a bis element In suc cess U it bo not over-developed. George Unholi will leave tor America shortly. TbJ3 Is much regretted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

SPORTS SPECIALISTS. , McMillan deery & go. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. SYDNEY SPOHTa DEPOT (opp. Hotel Auitralia), 38 Castloreoah Street Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

TENNIS RACQUETS RE-STRUNQ AND REPAIRED. ALL W.OBK GOARAJfTPHp. BKPAIBS Cd Per Strlaf, I JG km W A ?- . Vlp«' Tni'Mrt, 67 8YDNEY ARCADE. OVER F. PEARBtUTBi -.;;. i

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AMONG THE JUNIORS. SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

AMONG THE JUNIORS. SECONT) GRADE. Waverley has forged ahead still further, and now leadu Paddlnston by 3cven points. It docB not seem likely, thercforo. that It will bo neceo (Kiry to play tho deferred ninth round of names. Tho competition ehould end aa originally net down— on April 26. Wavarloy increased Its lead by -winning out risht against Gordon. On the opaolne day the former obtained a first innings lead of 70 with olKht Tfieketn ntlll ln hand. They closed with goven wicked down for 27T, and thon got rid of Gordon for 114 and obtained the~thlrd point. Paddlngton— tho moat ocrlous rival of Wnvor lcy— wcto compelled to bo content with a two points win. They scored 03 for tho loan of one wicket ncalnst Redfern's 22D on the first day and concluded their Innings for '91. In u second knork Rnlfrrn lost GG for ono wicket. \S'alkcr, who olitnlnrrl seven wlclicts for 03. bowled ably SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL TEAM— PREMIERE 0 r THE GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Back Row: J. C. Bronnin. Mr. P. F. V....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

THI BOOT OF MERIT IS :?- -— - ' ' IMPROVED PATENT ; FOOTBALL-BaSEBALL BOOT. EVERY 'DALLY M.' BOOT BEARS THIS BRAHD | ON THE SOLE. j f/PAT2N2l329ZI6^l2-D8 ^ v ^~\\Si S0lE 1 ^;^WlMNUR\CIlJRER. LLv^ERSKfNEViLLE ) I INTBRSTSTE ^M I FOOTBALLS ^^P For Saturday's Sport Reports J and criticisms by Sport Experts t read the 'Sunday Times.' *; fr-« ? »?— ? ...»« ? » EXHIBITION BUILDING, PRINCE ALFRED PARK. ROLLER SKATING SEASON -- 1913 THE HOME OF HOLLER 8KATING. . THE LARGEST RINK. IN AUSTRALIA. Tut MjniftracDt bavc much pleasure ia. inoouncios -that the IU-'K -will HE.OPEN tor tlie 1013 8u»on oa TUKSDAY N1QHT, APltlfj 8, wiUl an cotlrely NEW V LOOK of spcdally imported CANADIAN BOCK UATLC und i'000 Pairs of the latest pattern BRAMPTO.Y BAXIi -UBABINO FIBItB Wlli:EL S1MT£S. The (pndous Buildlni- liaa been Iic-palnted and D ecorated- throughout, and the most up-to-dlte Amcriou SODA FOL'.NTAIN' initalicil— one of Ibc most elaborate in the city. NO EXPENSE b«« been tpored to make this old-establ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL TO-DAY TO-DAY OPENING OF THE SEASON SOUTH SYDNEY' v. WESTERN SUBURBS, SPOUTS GROUND, 3.15 P.M. GLEBE v. BALM-UN, SrORTS GROUND. 2 P.M. EASTERN SUBURBS v. ANNANDALK, AGRICULTURAL GROUND, 3.15 P.M. NEWTOWN v. NORTH SYDNEY'. ERSK1NEVILLE OVAL, 3.15 P.M. EA11LY MATCH ON EACH GROUND. , ADMISSION, Cd. Stands, Cd extra. V tt. LARKIN, Sccrctar/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

EASTERN SUBURBS DISTRICT FOOTBALL CLUB (M.H.U.). — A 1'ractice Mutch will be held ut tbo Grammar School Ground, liuslieutters Bay, TO-DAY CSaturdav), at 2.30 p.m. sharp. Member uud Intending Mcmbcrs'are requested to aucud. II. McARTUL'It, Sec. NEWTOWN RUGBY LEAGUE F.C. A MEETING, to form a JUMOit LEAGUE, will U held in St. George'!, Hall, on MONDAY. 7th lnit. at 8 pm. The Secretary and Two Delegates from each Club desirous of entering are requested to attend. W. J. CHASEHSO. lion Sccrcttrr

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BILLIARDS. PROSPECTS OF THE COMING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

BILLIARDS. ? g ? (DY 'WALER.') PROSPECTS OF THE COMTNG SEASON. Possibly no branch of sport «° jjydney has for Its secretary ono more °r't'ml8t'c' nnf; withal, onorsetlc. than tho N.S.W Amateur Dllllnrd Association. Consequently It was no turprlso to get from him. In 'nsw' ,'° a qucs Uon as to what promises tho coming season held, n reply to the effect that thero wero good things in more all along tho line. 'Yes ' continued the genial K.A.H., 'I think that unon its termination we shall havo rea son to thank thc Fates for having given u« tho 1913 scooon. First and foremost wo shall ere George Gray in action agaln-a treat at ?wiv time but more than ever sinco his triumph In the Old Conntry. And In Tom Alken ho will i-nvo an opponent who will always draw well {?y reason ot his consistent and solid nhowlng. Then thero is young Fred Llndrum— what a pity he Is not favored with a constitution which allows him to kcop up to concert pitch nil tho time I What a troat billiard lovers wculd havo...

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INMAN'S IVORY BALL RECORD. BRILLIANT BREAK OF 894. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

INHAK'S IVORY BALL RECORD. BRILLIANT BREAK OF S34. Mclbourno Inman, tho champion, playing against Newman In tho tournament at Bur roughes and Watt'3 on February 24 completed a groat break of S94, and thus set up an Ivory ball record. Prior to this tho accepted record waa 802 made by Stevenson, whilo other efforts of noto wero e-^s oy ijawson ana 0-1 Dy jaua iiooorts. sent for all-round billiards, but hla 101G was mado with composition ball3. This latest achievement by Inman is, so far, tho crown ing happening of his career, for to succeed In creating a new record under eiistlng con ditions has been tho ambition of his lite. Ho began on tho last day with tbo unfinished break otanding at 734. From the fir3t stroke ho displayed every caution, but when tho fHort reached 894 ho missed the simplest of drop cannons — a fact which caused great surprise. Inman, however, soon forgot this happening, for tho reception ho received falls to tho lot of few professionals in sport. STRAIGHT-AWAY BIL...

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VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

VICTORIA PARK. Tbundar. The ont«r portion of the middle grass track n-a- avail able this mominc. Ilellani and Mananau rrj;i.-tered «ix furlongi In 1.211, while Muttama and Virclnia Maid eaiilv ran five furlong in l.K. Nombl ran Die fur long! In l.S). and Muter Flavus tnen in 1.3SJ. Kue Victoria put In pace work. Kambmnk and Rurnutiijiic reenrded lix fiirlonBi in 1.22J. Careel slipped over fire furlong* In 1.6). Mustapha heat Potnpfrey over kix fir lonm In 1.21}. Cunilla and Wild West ran live fur ]oti|ti in 1.7j. On th-* tan I.ochrinf ran tcvpn furlonff* In 1.83. while rtoomalli defeated RueEalla over «ix lur long» in 1.S0. Svlvander. Prinr* Ijek. Coronata. Lady Alwycc, Misa Luna, Dromore, and others did pace work.

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WIZARD OF BILLIARDS. MAN WHO CAN PLAY WITH TWO CUES OR NO CUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

WIZARD OF BILLIARDS, MAN WHO CAN PLAY WITH TWO CUES on no cue. Playing billiards with one band tlccV behind him Is the easiest thing In the world to tho Great Tollman, nn American billiard expert, who did surprising things on a table at tbo Oxford Music Hall, London, on February 26. Tho Great Tallm'an Is equally ready to play w'th ono cue, two cues, or no cue at all ; w-lth ordinary balls, or ball3 the size of ovcrgTowrr l-ISls. He could Rive an ordinary player 05 In a ion. and then win with either hand. Some of Tallman's shots will send good bil liard players away In despair. Four balls tucked nnugly against thc cushion In a line merely make him happy and with tho most r.isunl handling of hla cue. he pockets every one, after making one or two Incidental can nons. A bowler hat on tho table merely calls for n stroke that sends the ball on a scmlcir iiilar routo to tho pocket. It Tollman mis lays his cue he uses his finger-tip ; and CI-.Ii.cfo pool with two cues looks simple a£ played...

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