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The Sydney Sportsman was a horse racing and sporting newspaper published in Sydney, Australia from 1900 to 1960. It continues to be published as The Sportsman.
The Sydney Sportsman was first published on 3 October 1900 by John Norton. Norton was a controversial publisher who also published the Truth newspaper. He called on the writers of the Sydney Sportsman to "give it" to whoever deserved it, regardless of libel laws. The Australian poet Banjo Paterson was editor of the paper from 1921 to 1930. The paper was sold to John Fairfax and Sons in 1958.See the full Wikipedia entry
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