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SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

SAILING | j © Dy 'FREE-SHEET.' (t) I Tho Chrl3tntoa nnd New Year holidays wero all that could be dcslrfd for camping out pur poses. Thei\: was nothing wanting In the wny of line weather, and or. a consequence cruising was lndulc.-fj in until further orders. The committee or the SUtc skiff champion hhlp availed thenui ivc- of la?t Saturday to bring oif their anriuol event, so that despite tin hoii lays there has been no bleak in thc weekly racing. j Nothing could have proved better for the skiffs 1 than the moderate southerly that prevailed on Saturday, u:i . it not only enabled the competi tors to reach the try.-jilng pla:e in excellent time, but It was the means of providing an ex cellent test of their merits ovcr the IS-footcra* championship course. Twenty-three bonts belonging to the various t.kiff organisations entered, and all started. A mishap to Rose's main halyard, however, put her out of court Immediately after tbc start, and she retired. With thc breeze behind them the fle...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

Semper Idem. Buchanan's 'BUCK & WHITE' Whisky ' QUALITY. AGE. I ^ 1 1: ? ? ?zgWI Smoke | \Wmr\ 66 grown99 [ The PEKFECT Pipe Tobacco | S Ulgbost Grade Virginian. | | ^ Of Jra. Awarded 41 Gold Medals. P If ^1 ^ Park or Light. | /J 11 ^ In ^ /- Per lb- I Jfif ^ jj'l ^ ^ Cut ' - j (Post Free). | II ||[1 ORDER ? NOW. 3 fl 1ICK SIMONS, LTD. ! | Head Depot : HAYM ARKET» SYDNEY j ? BRANCHES : CITY, SUBURBS, and NEWCASTLE. ) CANTERBURY PARK MACES TO-DAY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. FIRST RACE, 2 p.m. LAST RACE, 4.45 p.m. SPECIAL TRAIN FOR HORSES AT 11.25 A.M. OnDIN-AOY TRAINS : 11.33. 11.35 a.m.. 12.12, 12.23, 12.26, 12.^5. 1.0. 1.10, and 1.19 p.m. SPECIALS : 11.50 a.m., 12.J4, 12.40, 12.43, 12.57, 1.12, ard 1.24 o.m. w. L. DA YI- . Secretary. VICTORIA PARK RACES TO-DAY TO-DAY OPENING OF NEW YEAR'S CAMPAIGN ON AUSTRALIA'S FINEST RACECOURSE. FIRST RACE, 2 P.M. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE Q ATESL H. COBCROFT, Secretary V.P.R.C. KENSINGTON RACES. NEXT WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1913. 2 P.M....

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ATHLETIC GOSSIP AMATEUR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

ATHLETIC GOSSIP © Or 'MENTOR.' ) ^ j AMATEUR, The South Sydney Hnrrlcra will conduct the first club meeting of the year at the Sydney Sports Ground to»dny. when tho events to bo decided will Include IflOyds, 220yds, 1 mile, hlandlng broad Jump, running high Jump, put ling 161b r.hot, nnd llftyds hurdles. The annual general meeting of tbe South Syd ney Club will he held this month, and arrange ments aro well in hand for commencing the open boxing tournament at the Stadium on Feb ruary .1. AMONG THE SCOTS. The 45lh annual Highland games of the High land Society of N.S.W. were a great success on Ihe Royal Agricultural Ground on Wednesday. Tho weather was fine, and iu the afternoon it wan hot nnd sunrhlny, too, whilst tho atten dance was Hrst-class — probably about 2f»,0OO in events under the Jurisdiction of the Amu. tour Athletic Association, performances ruled good, and the competition throughout thc day war keen. And In estimating the value of per formances on tho Show Ground, one ha...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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VICTORIA PARK RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. FLYING HANDICAP—4½ [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

VICTORIA PARK RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. Kl.YISU HASmt'AP— 4J Irlonrs. st lb f n, Cable New ii . , !i 1) Melrose ? 7 11 I Lord Hautboy . , 1- S Hay Donald .... 7 1 I l.ong Loch .... S l» Cres 0 ? 7 10 Minh Wucry .... s 7 Msns Kendall ,. 7 tn Starfield ? S 2 Blair ,. .. ,. 7 »i I Vit*.'Merv .. .. S 0 Rialii-- ? [ 7 ? l.adv Alice .... 7 12 t»'randoi* ? 7 7 Matinee ? 7 11 Boncvtcr ? 7 7 | MAIDEN- HANDICAP— 5J lurlonifs. | Mon Mono .... U 3 My Mo ? ,« ft , Rose Alpine .... S 0 Mimalcno . , , . fi 0 j Hannibal .. .. t* » Cashier .. f- n 1 ^ilp*h ? 7 Maggie Manant . . h 0 Stmnv Jim .. .. 8 7 Rem- Park ^ 0 | Mdy Canada . . . , S 7 Brown Dick . . 1 1 * n | Alclon .. .. .. K Ti Argofem .. .. 8 0 Uncle Jim .. .. 8 2 Cozin ? 8 0 Wallingford .. .. 8 0 Circular ? 8 0 Jtapido ? 8* U HURDLE RACE— lj mile. Blue Metal .. *..11 3 Uroongal .. .. 8 12 Cursoti .. .... 10 ti Bombardment .. S 12 Alberto.. .. .. 10 5 Mancl Lawn .. S 10 Little Trent ..10 o lU-gul ? 8 7 Spyglaiiti .. ,, 11 !- Caulus Lad .. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY [?], 1913. FLYING HANDICAP. (To start at 2 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SAT1-JIDAY. J ANl'AHY I, '.013. j FLY1NO HANDICAP. ] (To start at 1 p.m.) i A of 1t*» twf..- «rc.»nd hor-c »ovs., nnd thlfl lu»r*o 10 fr.nu tlio prize. Ap|»rrNt»ci- who hi?*: not ridit«'ti tlvo winner' ?invo upprenihcrhlp' to 1»r Jl* lotted Tilt. Tli- winner o' any handirip Hat NIC aft^r derbra:i»'ri «.f jho -vriiht,«. tu ».irr« 7lb citw ; «l tw.- h(-:re hanili(-.o--, Pilii o\tra. 0 furlong. Ih Mr. K. l.r«.b: rcN b h VHHl TK, :»vr ? ? P 0 Mr. ». l.iu-htU'M'fi |.r Ii MAVIS, rtyr .. .. * li Mr. 1'. MortonN l.r j: J'HKCIOI S, .*or ? S 7 Mr. 'T. MuMof k''' Mk z TORI I.A. «-»r ? H 7 Mr. tl. Brm'-t t. m HI flV HAMPTON, «yr ., .. # f» Mr. .1. I.leu'r* br c MAItl.KV WATKH, aged .. .. * t Mr. .1. T. Priii-'. i ii e .^AI.AUIXO, avr .. * ? ' ?- Mr. O'ltoiiiVv'* «u m MOMi:, lvr ? '10 Mr. IV. J. PaC. I. m VKNirTA, lvr ? 7 7 Vr. M. MSttW \-t s WKUIMHl.K, Ayr ? ? Mr. \. fSni:.i-*'4 ,h ii THUXTOX KIX«. I»r .. .. 7 U Mr IV, T. t liH.tianN )» i KKNTPCKY IJ1RI., .lvr .. 7 2 Mr. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

7-1ANTEK3UBY PARK RACES, TOJJAT*^-' JO-DAY, ,_V Canterbury park races, I - .ji&DAv, . \l For Saturday's Sport Reports j and criticisms by Sport Experts ! rea'd the 'Sunday Times.' I f . .11 I » « » ? U-' j /I A -? T F. R n r R X PARK RACES, XQ.DAI, . TOjBJX, , ]_ INTERNATIONAL MCTUIffiS I Larger arod better than ever 8 TEMPORARY QUARTERS now located in the Colonial Theatre Buildings, where we are fully pre pared to handle, and take -care of, in the most | efficient manner, our present and ever increasing | volume of business. The trade and the public can \ | be assured of a continuance . of that high-class Inter j national Standard of Motion Picture Film Distribution to | the Photoplay Theatres for presentation to the hundreds | of thousands of picture play patrons in Australia. We take this opportunity to thank and generally ac- 1 knowledge the large number of friends who havo ox- 1 pressed their sympathy personally, and in tho form of \ cables, telegrams, and letters. 1 | ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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KEMP PROFESSIONAL SCULLING CLUB (To the Editor "Saturday Referee.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

KEMP PROFESSIONAL StCLLING CLUB (To tho Editor 'Saturday Referee.') Sir, — Would you kindly allow space In your paper to point out clearly the doubt existing as to which lu tho original Professional Sculling Club, namely, the Kemp Professional Sculling Club or the Parramatta River Professional Sculling Club, us stated in your issue of Dec. 28. Tbe meeting rpferred tu was illegal, on the ground that jthrca persons exercised votes to change tho huxno of thc clubs, the persons referred ' io not being members of the club. Thc uamc of the club remains unaltered as ^ the meeting was Informal.— A. K. COTTEE, Hon. Secretary ; PETER IfEMP, Captain. Dec.cmber 30/ 1912, , 1

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FOUR-OARED ROWING—A CHALLENGE (To the Editor "Saturday Referee.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

F0UR-0ARED ROWING- A CHALLENGE (To the Editor 'Saturday Referee.') Sir, — As there has been no oar rowing for all-comers for. at any rate, a number of y card past, and believing, if the opportunity was afforded, there would be many who would like to participate in same, I is^ue the following challenge, to give thc matter a start OS behalf oc myself and thro-- other?, we ar$ prepared to make a matrh with any four-oir crew in Australasia, ovcr any diMance from t^o to three miles, for any sum up to £50 per oar. Practically our only condition is : The race must take place within live ;\ecks from to-day. Address any communication to me, care 'Re- feree' Office, Sydney.— Yours, etc.. ARCHIE PRIDDLE, Mortlake, N.S.W.. Jan. 2. 1313.

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To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. iVmri.j.ry IVrk K4c-/.-Kir-r r.i.r. C p.m. Sreci.jl t will Io.no tin* (Vntr.d ll.olw.iy M.»tinn a« fol |-»w-: ? .i.iii. 1 1 ..*►*- a.m., I — . IH , U'.C«. 1*.V«7, 1.1-', and l.'JI |M». ' Victoria \\.uv. Kir-; t«kv. 2 p.tn. -prcUl twnw o» aid iioni th- gitc ot tliu ai frcqutnt m ur\-\U.

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS CANTERBURY PARK RACES. (By "PILOT.") FLYING HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS j canterbury park races. ^ (By 'PILOT.') ? I FLYING HANDICAP : 'AYR GIRL ? ? 1 Ruby Hampton ? ? 2 Zinitit ? ^ 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP : CiOLD LADDIE ? 1 Dolara ? ? ?? ?? 2 Slmmereon ? ? ?? 3 NURSERY HANDICAP : DUKO ? 1 Forest Lily ? ? S Malt Lily ? ►.« 3 PARK STAKES: CALVINIA ? ? ? llappv Miss ? ? 2-; Maygar ? ? ? 3'' CANTERBURY HANDICAP t KYLOE ? ? ? .. 1 , : Strathrnyalo ? .. 2 Pan 0*:t ? ? 3'4 WELTER HANDICAP \ . KUNELLA ? ? 1 ? ? ? ?? 2 ? Polo ? ? » I (By 'THE SCOUT.') \ FLYING HANDICAP : HARLEY WATER ? ? 1 Vcncta ? 2 Kcntuckr Girl ? ? .. 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP : S1MMEREEN ? / .. .. .. 1 TifTnny ? ? .. 2 Delora ? »' ?? .. .. .. 3 NURSERY HANDICAP : ' DUKO ? ? .. .. - .. 1 Chid ? ? .. .. .. .. 2 Aricla or Carnn ? ? 3 PARK STAKES: CALVIXIA or SELBROOIC. CANTERBURY HANDICAP : MERE! ? 1 Pan Out ? 2 Strathroynlc ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP : SANTAN.NO ? ? 1 I Single .. ? ? ? 2 1 ? Master Dlx ? ? 3 I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

/ i a x t i: i! it r ii y : i!.w i: k race s. : j ^ To-nw. i ; to ivw. ? t_ There's more than double the enjoyment in a garae of billiards played at the Empire Billiard j Theatre. Lighting is perfect, !n first-class r- tables, private rooms — everything needed to add ». zcs«t to tho game. 1°0 up. U-: l -5 per hour. \ 241 Pitt-strcet icpp. Tati.'s Club).—* / 1 A N T K \l B t' n Y P A K K RACE S. v- ? TO DAY. ? TO-n.W. ? .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

n A K1 E 11 II l'*R y A *li K ? ' H A C E S, [ TO-DAY, - SCO-DAY, - ^ j THE GREAT 'FINALS!' ! , : ? ? ? $ ? - , rjPHERE fe a highly profitable * ' Final ' now running in H the ' Globe ' — thirty pounds r; divided (first prize ten pounds), : and a still easier one will follow. Each competitor may make any number of attempts pro vided the conditions are ob served; '

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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

? ROWING ® By 'AQUA.' © j ' 111 Within thc. next fc\y weckt two great regattas will take pLuo within thc Commonwealth, lu tact, these invj carnivals arc unrp. ailed la Aus tralasia. ^ The Hobart Regatta Association will hold Its toth anniversary regatta, on thc 21st Inst., thc prlze-mcncy at which aggregate- JLMoU. Thc programme is divided into four sections, comprising an:-it-jur rowing, sailing races, motor boat race.-, and swimming and diving eompctl tions. Th- r- arc ten events in the rowing sec tion. Inc Idling maiden s.uii.;, senior fours, senior (clinker-built), junior eights (clinker-b'.iilt », junior fours, maiden fours, iunlor-dcnior fours, ami maiden tours (short' fours -. And then, on January 26. there will be our own well-known Anniversary Regatta on tho harbor, in which thc dominant feature Is SHlling. Among rowing races the thief ones are maideu, junior, and .-cnior four:.. Enterprise R.C. launchc:*. out with a regatta on thr Iron Cove course ou February S. The progra...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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NEWCASTLE REGATTA ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

NEWCASTLE REGATTA ITEMS. (By Our Newcastle Correspondent.) A feature of Newcastle annual regatta, which has a history of t-0 years, was the revived in te'.cst in tculling. There was an entry of 20 for the All-comers' Outrigger Race, most of theso having competed in the Lake Macquario ? Sculling Handicap, which was a successful ovent. Several of the scullers and enthusiastic sup porters were quartered at Jack Rowan's. Tha latter, by the way. talks of pujtlng on a £10o Handicap, and followers of rowing arc looking forward to a very good year. Not only ha^c tbc veteran scullers. Charlie Mattcrson and others, returned to the game, but there is a lot of new blood. W. H. Gaggin, of MurwJUumbah who shaped co well against George Towns iu the two mllcO Beaten Scullcrs* Handicap at Spccrs' Point, iB one of tbc most promising, who proposes to stay in Sydney to get a bit ot '?polish.' A contingent from the North, who are light but very speedy, are known among 'the boyf' as tho 'Nambucca Greyhou...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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LAKE MACQUARIE HANDICAP. WON BY C. MATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

LAKE MACQUARIE HANDICAP. WON BY C. MATTERSO.W Mr. Frank DWrchy's big sculling carnival at- ? Specr's Point last' week, in fine weather, wua ? r witnessed by a very large crowd. JL proved tbo most sucee.-siul event ever attempt .1 in the Newcastle Dinrk't, and thc promoi r was 1V1Q recipient of many well-mcrltcd congratulations. There v. as n.» hitch from beginning lo end. v-v Charlca Mattcrson, tho old-time aculler, who c Is in his 17th ye«r, was the victo/. He bad ?- not previously won a racc for tweuty yca»'3, 1*.. and was freely congratulated upon Ins success. W. Ripley, who ftntehed second, rowed a bril liant racc, and mu:-t be heard of in tU'j futuro. -r George Towns scored a popuiar win in tha Beaten Scullers' Handicap.. At th-; close, he announced that he would not row again. .. - ? ? The Lake Macquarlc Sculling Handicap w?.a as- over two miles, thc prizes being £60, £10. £5, - ? £3, £2, C1.10-, and £1. First heat: W. Towns, ?? , lOst 121b (Sydney). OOsoe. was first, and B. '...

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TENNIS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

?TENNIS TALK. C © Oy -AUSTRAL.' ® After all the watching of the play of others '.ennls, enthusiasts have had ample opportune? during the holidays to play themselves and to practice the strokes they havo seen the English' visitors use. Wc shall no doubt have quite an epidemic of English backhands and base-lino players, no longer despising themselves, slnco th*»y are followers of Parke, will tako heart of trace, and attempt, since they can't excel at volleying, to perfect their ground strokes, Manv of us have not the quickness of forU fnd hand, nor the power of anticipation, nor even the strokes that aro required of a vol- . lever, but wo have paco and accuracy anJ | 1 atience— these may serve a turn passing well— , tv.ey did for Parke. \nywav, the theory that a base-llncr can't keep passing, a net player la disproved. To my mind It all depended on which was succeeding. It the drives are nipped up they lose tbelr ac curacy. If the volleyer Is passed too often he pets flustered, and at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

/*1 A N T !?: l- '» ifiTv P A It K It A a' LS j v TO-PAY. I / . - TO-DAY, . * '? rpUE Chca.wt iii'.d (^ost . Interesting jJvintf ior lflv . J».- liaiu ULOli— A'v J

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THEATRICAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

THEATRICAL ITEMS, H.K. \vrlte3 : 'I would like to relate a little Incident which happened oa the Saturday tho 'Get Rich Qutck Wallingford' Company left Sydney lor New Zealand. Harry Corson Clarke, who plays Bla.-He Daw. was standing on tbe wharf jnst before leaving by the Moeraki, when he fa Id to me, 'Look what the boys gave me in Melbourne on the las* night of 'Wallingford.' ' The comedian displayed a beautiful gold watch and goid fob. with ''H.C.i.V In diarnouds on the fob. At the end of the fob was a locket with Mrs. Clarke's photo in It. I turned the wat'h ovcr. and th.* following was on the back : — 'To Father Cl.trke From The Kids.' ? ? I rn a cable from London It is stated that 2500 scene-shifters and other stage hands threaten to strike. Their demand is for u minimum wage of 2/0 tor a three hours' performance, end added money for longer pieces. Evidently the busy pantomime season was selected to press the demands. A London paper had this paragraph on No vember JS : — Last w...

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MISS CLAIRE ROMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

MISS CLAIRE ROMAIN& I Before branching into vaudeville. Miss Clalro Romalne, of tho Tivoli Theatre figured on tbe legitimate ftago for a number of years. 'My father,' she tells us, was' th© late Mr. Edmund Solomon, composer of many comic operas, including 'Thc Red Huzzar,' 'Claude J-uval,' 'Nautch Girl.' 'Vicar of Bray,' and 'Billy Taylor.' '1 have played leading parts In 'Tho Mes'Stri ger Boy,' 'Thc Shop Girl,' 'Tho Toreador,' 'Gay Grizette,' 'Dick Whlttington,' 'Aladdin,' 'Sinbad,' 'Jack and thc Beanstalk,' und 'Tho Flood Tide.' '1 have also acted in many of Seymour Hicks' sketches.' 'About three years ago,' adds Miss Romalne, 'I was engaged by Mr. J. C. Willlamsou to visit Australia to take thc part of Shrimp in 'in Town.' At thc last moment, however, f was reluctantly compelled to cancel tho engage ment owing to a family illness, and this despite tho fact that part of my baggage had actually been sent ou in advunce.' With reference to recent criticisms of some of her son...

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