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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. Thoar- trainers who desired to ii»e the middle RTaM track had to pay special fern. Cbbou beat Canique novera] lengths over ^i« liirlonc. in 1.20). Valido wrnl alone for a like trip, movine; frrelv. jnd Wain put In a usrful mile and a iiuartrr. Flaxen wa, not fully extended, and Pedestrian ran fix furIonE- »t « »ound p«rc. Iran and Creina ..purte.1 half a mile, llrrnant went at three-parts pare for a circle, nhilc Hallowmas ran seven furioiiffs in 1..T3. Illast put aix furlonffs pa-t over Ove furlonip. 'poicinatiij brat Olivia tereral lensih's cner a mile and a furlonz in 2.:i. Duko ran half a mile in 65iec. and l.adv Denman ipurted flic lurlonr. frr.1T. Anceliqur ran a mile In 1.53. Milt Mary and Ruby Hampton not over five furlonji in l.SJ wily. Sir Willie ran a mile and a tm'.ong in 2.7, and flclovc The tan wan fairly BOod Boinff. Merrie Lad ran wr-. furlonp in 1.3J. 'Miocene spurted, and a -ix-f;ir!--nx trip was run by Nichtwalk anl Gracelle in 1....

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THAT TEAM FOR AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

THAT TEAM FOR AMERICA. 'Cable advices from Australia to England In dicate that a really powerful side will bo got together for tho tour which Mr. R. B. Ben jamin is arranging to bo carried through In bcnelit to cricket in that Continent should bo considerable,' Bays tho 'Sportsman.' will leave Australia on April 8, and arrivo at Vancouver (B.C.) about tho end of that month, tho opening game being played early In May. Mr. Benjamin states that ho has somo 30 matches arranged, principally on guarantees, so that financially tho success of tho undertaking Is assured. In addition to tho fixtures In various centres, It Is proposed to play a scries or Testa agalnct tho combined strength of the States and Canada, and It Is proposed that ono shall bo decided in Philadelphia, ono In Canada, and possibly one at Bermuda. Mr. Benjamin, who will bo responsible tor tho arrangements, left England on February 0 for America on tho Baltic, and at a send-off dinner at tho Nag's Head Hi-te), Covent Garde...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CITY TATTERSALL'S AUTUMN MEETING SATURDAY, APRIL 5. HURDLE RACE. (To start at 1.45 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

CITY TATTERSALL'S AUTUMN MEETING SATURDAY, APRIL 5. HURDLE RACE. (To rtart it 1.O p.m.) A bindicip rotrpsukd of 3 jov.. uch, 1 forfeit, with ISO son. added: lecond hone .10 io\u, and third horse ]n »ovi. Irom the prtee. The winner of any hurdle racr or «te.plecha«e after the drclaratiou ol wricbu to carry 10lt- cjtra. About i mile.-. ?lib Mr. I!. W. Llano b in PAKAL', ased ? ' « .Mr. W. II. McCurlrr'i ill c CO1IL1AS, atrd .. .. 10 12 ?Jlr. Alrx. (Jllinjn'ii ch li KIM! 1.1'CKK. aced ..10 I Mr. r. Hal.laneV blk r MKltlSli: LAD, iyn .... 1) 7 .Mr. -?. S. Martina br e MONKV BAG. (yn ? 9 0 Mrwn. Ward Brai.' br c MONSIKli'R, 6v« ? 0 0 .Mr. S. Fielder's 1. g IIAXDL'lirK, ared ? » 0 Mr. II. Ellis' ch c THKKKKIt, 5 or 0 yri ? 9 0 DENMAN STAKES. (To Itart at 12 p.m.) A hiadinp nrcepsuVcs of 10 son each. 1 forfeit, if de rl;red to the Kcreury of City Tatwnall'i Club before t o'clock p.m. on Thunufcr. April 3, 1913, with oOJ *o*s added. The o#Der of tiic »«ond horse to receirc l'JO von, and the...

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

BASEBALL -By 'SHORT-STOP.') The annual meeting of tho Association, held at the Sporta Club on Monday was presided over by Mr. M. A. Noble. Tho meeting was very, largo nnd enthusiastic. Tho chairman, in moving tbo adoption oi tho report, wos very optimistic In regard to tho future. There Is no doubt whatovcr aB to tho increased attention the gamo is commanding from players and th0 public. An American team this Summer would do a vast amount ot coo- for the snort. Two new Associations have formed In tho Eastern and Western Suburbs, bringing In M new teams, while at least all moro clubn will compete in tho grudo competitions. Additional teuuiB arc alao to competo in th0 schools' com poUtons, no that altogether tho prospects for tho coming season aro very bright. 'Manly is applying for pcrmloslon to play la tho district competition. Tho other now clab« aro Central Cumberland, Epplng, and tho Lc.lch hardt 'Hooters.' Thero Is thcrcforo a chanc« of tho 'Explorers' losing tho beat part o: th...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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NEWCASTLE SPORT. VENETIAN CARNIVAL AT TORONTO. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

NEWCASTLE SPORT.; VENETIAN CARNIVAL AT TORONTO. '? With a view ot drawing attention to thi famous Lake Meequarle, -which Is H.-n-iTi~i to bo one of the mo3t popular resorts In tho State, the Toronto Progress Committee haa arranged an aquatic and Venetian carnival for Saturday afternoon and night (5th). In the day time, tho launches and private houses will be de corated, and at night illuminated. The CooVm Mill Superior Public School and ISth Regiment bands will be In attendance. Glvcu flno weather tho function Is sure of success BOWLS AND BOWLERS. ' ? The visit ot tho Queensland bowlers was n pleasant one in every way, tho weather being favorable. Certainly, they received a severe drubbing on Lowlands' green on Monday af ternoon at tho handa nf an Association team hut that did not damp the cordiality of thu diDner and smoker at the neorgo Hotel in the evening.. This was carried out in that excel lent stylo which generally murks all bowling functions. 'Tho father of bowls' (since the...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

[?] WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. HER MAJESTY'S.— Pantomime. -'I UOVAL.— 'The Uclle of .Ne* Yori.' CH1TKMOX. — 'Tlic I'ortune Hunter.' A DELPHI. — .New Mdodr«n:a. l'Al.ACK. — 'Dr. Wikc« I'.tient.' MTTI.l: THEATRE.— Comedy Comnnr. NATIONAL.— Kelly and Wildrr. TIVOLI. — Cummin and Seibam. AI.I1A.MI1I!A. — Vaudeville ar.d Ticturcj. riil.NCKSS. — Vaudeville. IlKLMOIIi: MARKETS. — Wlrth'a Circof. In Iho cucccseIuI revival of 'The Delle of .Now \ork' at tho Theatre Itoynl, tho honors navt boon carried off liy Misa Dlauche nrowne as Violet (irey. Mlsa Dorothy Drunton as l'itt [?Hoot, and Mr. Krank Greene as Harvey Bronpon. Dainty Miaa Brunton. who sings awectly nn,i acU; Kracc,ullv had as mu,.h .,£. piauso ns tho lcadlnc lady ot tho company on Saturday nlKht. The cast Includes Mr. Lealio Holland aj lihabod Dronson Mlas Jessio Lon ?,mD ,'8 n^M1'1.0 Claaii-. Mr- Edward Nablo aa Dllnky Dill, Miss Nellie Wilson as Cora An Eclique, and .Mr. Jack Cannot as tho Polito Lunatic. The huusc on Saturday wan a...

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

-*-*-*? — - ? « For Saturday's Sport Reports.. & and criticisms by Sport Experts | read the 'Sunday Times.' r SX-C ? . w.».A

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

NOW ON SALE. SECREHiBLIl. Revelations of Women's Losses at Poker Parties and Other Forms of Betting. Bi¥sERS. ADVENTUROUS_VOYAGE. A Captain Who Sailed Five Thousand Miles in a Tiny Tug. STEERED M HIS FEEL TRAGIC WAI^SEQUEL Pathetic Story of a Young Couple's Love, Which Ended in Death. ECHO OF RUSSIAN BATTLE' How to make money by keeping Poultry. Garden Notes and Advice. Housewife's Notes, The Best Stories, Short and Long. And All the News of the World, too !— in 'The Globe'! for One Penny ! Marvellous ?. Ratherl

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TO-DAY'S RACING PROGRAMME. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

TO-DAY'S RACING PROGRAMME. RACING. City Tattercall's alceting, RaadwicJc.— First net, Llj j-.m.

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CITY TATTERSALL'S MEETING. (ANTICIPATIONS BY "PILOT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

CITY TATTERSALL'S MEETING. (ANTICIPATIONS BY 'PILOT.') The above fixture takes place thin afternoon at Ilandwick, and thcro la every prospect ot spe cially Interesting sport. The club deserves a good return, too. ln recognition of Its liberality in prize-money. Tho Dcnman Stakes and City Tattersall's Cu;. aro tho principal events, andns thcro was a forfeit on Thursday, It is safo 'to SEsumo that nil iho horses now remaining i. tach ot thoao races will co to the post. Pro ceedings aro to comcscnco at 1.45 p.m., and for vr.rious racc3 I llko :— HURDLE RACE : GORLIAS .. „ .. „ ? „ „ 1 Honeybag ..».». M „ »? ?? *.*«»« 2 Mcrrlo Lad .. .. „ ? , _ «. 3 DENMAN STAKES : CAREEL ? «. „ 1 Lady Demean ? 2 Molt Mary or John Tortor ~ ~ _ 3 NOVICE HANDICAP i BLUEBERRY ? „ .» 'l Sir Alwyntoa ? 2 Mcdlclno Hat ? - — -, 3 YOUTHFUL STAKES : ARROWFORM ? - — 1 Malt Lily ? _ ... ~ _ 2 Tofua or Elsie Hart ? - »» 3 CITY TATTERSALL'S CUP : POSINATU3 ? v.' ?? ' Cagou ? m*m ?? ?? 2 . Tatrlmony ? .' i,'— *? 3 CL...

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ATHLETIC GOSSIP TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

[?] i) By 'MEMTOH.' .4 TO-DArS FIXTURES. Cumberlicd Harriers. — Club ilaiijicaii at rarrimatta I-ark. Kin .Syilnejr A.A.C.— Club I!lnd:cari, U CSwUlf. Miiuinig's Handicap »t llimciv.ilc. THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS. The track season of lOiiMC was brought to a litting conclusion last .Saturday, when tho \ S.W. track anil field ..batr.piotmhipR wcro con ducted at tho Sydney Spurts Ground. Tho performances throughout were very crcdltablo, nnd snnio of the competitors' efforts wero qulto up to tho Ausliahui.in championship form. Tho items which call for most comment woro the luoyds championship, won by E. It. Cox In Now South Wales record time, J. F. Bradley being defeated by Inches. Tho performanco of tlic ?ocond man was remarkable under the circumstances, aud an ldra of bis quality may be gained by tho fact that, after travelling bv rail for 72 hours, and arriving hero less than livo hcurB before the race, l.o was beaten 0:1 the post, In lOscc, dead. S. Bovcn Is tho discovery of tto year ...

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HOW THEY DO IT IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

HOW THEY DO IT IN AMERICA. 'If you aro a newspaper man,' said ilr. Cummin, of Cummin and Scaham, the comedy acrobats, who have Just arrived in Sydney for the Tivoll circuit, '1 can tell you a 5tory at the slickest pressman 1 ever met.' Cummin and Ssahum have becu all over thd world In the courso of their travels, and the urst-uamed was formerly a member of tho Olrac troupe. who recently savo Sydney audiences a feast of delight. 'Sonic people are under the Impression that the acrobatic business la a soft stunt,' he v/.nt on, 'but it isn't. There aro plenty of rough experiences to py tluju^l:, tiud an ac cidi-nt uow aud tlu'u to Ui.ock tbc wind out of u nun, nnd o.'u-n lc«vo him baJly Injured. 'Wo were in Lus Ansclcj. California, on tho otcasiou, when I met with tho worst smash in my career. Tho show v -as on. and I was standing thrco men hlsh, meaning that I was stundin^ on tlic sLouliKrs of a man who was standing on the shoulders of another man, who ?was standing on the ground, when...

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

TURF GOSSIP. City Tatteraatl'a meeting at Hanclwlck thlo afternoon, Wlion, If the weather Is favorable, the attend anco should conotltuto a record for tho club. In Now York recently Baldy McGrcsor (2.61) Iho fastest three-year-old trotter In America last season, was sold nt nuctlon for £3330. He ?was purchased for Austria. Hlnoroon, an asoil dauKhtcr of the Chcstor horso Abcrcorn, won the Weir Maiden Stcoplu chase at Windsor (Ens.) on February :c. Cndonla failed to find a now owner at last r^:r^ihII^.'I.hK:^tIB..'f..i - ^anncCoa'1c?RRht-1fnorP=^'.™ceT t^f, ''nothing i-r tho posEibillty of an occasional win. Sine, Karamba was successful MPJ' °- 1007, a New South Wales horso has »?' J°° J steeplechase at an A.J.C. Autumn ™f °'°B: if' Is them much chanco of the P°»l'°' ™'°s altered, for, away from Ilandwlck, '''P1?^'' Ins is non-oxistcnt in this State, and our horses must continue at a dlsadvantaso when opposed to well-schnolcd competitors from Now Zealand and Victoria. J PI. Piko was ...

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CYCLING NOTES TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

CYCLING NOTES ^ ® Bj 'OLUE 3TREAK.' ® TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. Cimpilo Cluli.— 10 milc«, Campjic-rielmorc course. Alexandria Club.— 3 miles, Kleiuingion courtc. reteuuaizi Club.— Z miles, Flciningion course. South Sydney League L'lub.-S mile.-, Flcuiington course. Summer Hill Club.-O inilu, Ujnkstuwn lOurK. .1. O. Atkins, the Itockley sprinter who has done do well on country tracks lately, won un ctlicr double from scratch at Arlah Turk on March V0, but finished the day with a tall, frac turing his collarbone. Atkins won the thrco-quartor mile and mile handicaps. J. and II. Lcadi Hllcd the places in each. Atkin fell In tho final ol tho halt mlle, which T. Uurko won from J. Nlcholsoo ami W. Alltiua. LEN ORCHARD'S CAREER. l.en Orchard, tho Lltbgow rider. wboo» photo graph appcarB to-day. Is in brilliant teem no.v riding in tho Nowcastlo district, whero ho has won tcu races In tho past month. Only a youngster, ho has evidently a One carocr ahead ol him. Orchard came into the racing came at L...

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SWIMMING CHATTER. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

SWIMMING CHATTER. (By CECIL HEALY.) TO-DAY'3 FIXTURES. Cilenbrook and Xcpean Club's Carnival, on the Nepcin. FRESH FIELDS AND PASTURES NEW. Tho Glcnbrook and Nepean Club will decide) their much-discussed Explorers' Mile and 100 yds Handicap In tbo Nepcan River this aftor noon. Mr f: x* T Kmltlt h-in Hpcretajv. la delighted wlUi the response made to hla appeal lor unlrlos, id :,-wcr than ^'J being received .'or tho dlstnnce ovent, and 14 for tho sprint. A large party uf competitor:! and friends aro ex pected to leavn by tho 1.25 p.m. train, which iirrlvcs at tin: .!.!.lln.itlnn. I'enrith. nbout 2..T1. They will bo mot by tiHIclals of tho club, and afterwards accorded a mnyoral reception. Dis tribution of prize:! will take place In tho even ing at an Informal .social function. Tho outing ortcro prospects of good oport combined with plcnsuro unlimited and amusement nnd every ono who can possibly do so should mako a point of going, and thus end o great season fittingly. OLOSING AN EVENT...

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

N. KAUTH & CO., HAIRDRESSERS ANO TOBACCONISTS, WHOLES.y.l; \M) I'l'TML FA.NCY GOODS A.S'll_ STATIOXKItY, A.VD NEWS Corner of DATHUnST and CASTLEREAGH STREETS, Branchti:— 251 SUSSEX ST., 44 ORUITT ST., and. n - » a . 2* CAMPBELL ST. But Blind, of Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarette, ke* , ia block. Kazoia liround and Set. -^^

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SPEEDING THE TENNIS MEN. SEND-OFF TO AUSTRALASIA'S TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

SPEEDING THE TENNIS MEN. EEND-OFF TO AUSTRALASIA'S TEAM. To say that It was n uugc success hardly rr.nveys any real Idea of the intense zeal of the enthusiasts who attended on Thursday at .'.:ron'B Hotel to Join with the council in bid .:i:iK fnrowell to our team. The president save i:-m kindly and fatherly advice ot tho heavy vcrl: In front of them. But it woa little needed. I'oili Jones and Rico breathed the fighting : ilrlt, and tbo docced* and sincere way they ouch staled they would, on the day ot the match, be as fit 119 posilble, was very Impres sive. Jones Is a good speaker, nnd Itlce fairly 1 1'tshone himself as -n or;-.tor, though ln few words. They were so clearly he.-.rttelt. De liphtful, nlso, was Itlce's rebuttal of the In rpired pessimism of one o; our local writers. 'We have a good righting chance.' 3uid Horrle, r.111! light hard they v.ll'i, r.nd, as he said1, their I chance is Juct as good as that of the late British I t.'i;m. The testimonial pnnncd out. I understan...

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

rp I V O L I THEATRE. ii.wsitY uirKAiins' tivoi.i Tin;.vTnKS, ltd. timcrniiiE Dirr.lir .. lirtill H. llrlSTOSIl. A Kel.Tlin,, fr.-iii iho lir^t the WorU Curl Offer. ??HII'KAItDS' Cin-uil of Tlicalrrs. IMPI.IKS Till: »1-T IX VAI-nKVII.l.K. Tins Arrritxonx. «i -???i'. to-xioht, at s. MARRY CORSOII CLARKE and MARGARET DALE-OWEN, in '\ House Divided.11 MADGE TEMPLE, The I'Viihioii Tlale of Vju.leville. CUMMIN AND SEAHAM, Knockabout Conifii-ins and Acrobats. REV-*RD and ROZEI.l.A, AI.KXANDKR PRrXCEj iii:sri rriKxcii, c;ko. hrvaxt asd CO., CABSlt: WAI.MER, etc. PRICES: 5'-, 4/-, 3'-, 2c. ''i 1/. PLA.NS at TheiUe aud SiehoUoa1*. , I

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

Forbes Jockey Club. AUTUMN MEETING. APRIL 14th and 15th, 1913. TISST DAY. TflE OEEffiJG EAHDK1AP, of 13 mtj. Distinct, » far looiX THE TRIAI. STAKES, o! 10 ton. Dlitince, 6 furlong For «U honci tilt hire nerer -won in idrcrtiKd pmt of 10 rors or orer to ni^ht of ceoeril entry. rjlK AUTUMN IIASDIOLP, of 30 toys. Distinct, 1 mi:. TI1K WiXTEB HANDICAP, of 15 hti. Dijuncc, i fur long:. Minimum weitfit Sst. the FLvraa atNOiair, of :o ton. Diirmce o fu^. lODJJ. BECOXD DAY. the PEEsmcyrs msDiaAi', of a nn. Dicmcc, THE SOVICE UAffDIOAP, of 10 tori. DUtlnct, 6 hir long). For ill bona ihi'. hire sever trou ia tdrer tiled priw ol 10 «ovi or over it tlm« of jtartlnr Till'. rOBOES JOCKEY CI.UB HANDICAP, of 34 lira. Dlstince, 1 mils 1 furlonj. ?SHE Fl/raa WELTER HANDICAP, of 13 ion. DU tince, 7 furloaff. Minimum weight, 7it 71b TOE FAJtEWZLI, HANDICAP, of 20 tori. Distince 3 furlonni. . ' i.J.O. tod W.D.K.A. HuIcj. .N-OIITJJATIONB for Autumn u:d K.J.C. a.adiapi CLOSE FRIDAY, APRIL 4. ? WUGflTS de...

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

'THE GLOBE,' EVERY TUESDAY, . CUE PEUtlY.

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