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AT THE THEATRE THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913
AT THE THEATRE ? ? THE THEATRES. HCIt MAJESTY'S.— 'I k.iuilor.1.' TUIiATHi; l!--\ AI,. — 'l-»uii-l.' ' KITKKPJ.V — 'Mi If r-tom o.'* AIM'.l.tMII. — he Monk *n-[ the Uouun.' l'.\l..U'i:. — 'Thr I'.iri.-li J'i icat.' THE VARIETY THEATRES, rm: TIVoM, — l!o»cme Maine*. NAT!i»N.\|. AMI'ltn HKA Tlti;.— IVflrini. PRIM \ .untitle laitci t.iincin. MOUlti; Pakk. — tltid Atkinson's show. 'FLORODORA.' Th-i popular musical comedy has another week of sustained success at Her Majesty's. I The management, on ihe bird-ln-thc-hand ! principle, ate holding back the production of j 'The Sunshine (ilii,' Mr. J. c. Williamson will j be in Sydney when ihe jkw pjece trom the Lon- ' don Gaiety Theatre is put on. ALLEN DOONE'S SEASON. Tho Palace Theatre has been filled every evening since the Allen Doonc Co. opened iu 'The Wearing of the Green.' The fact of the production being a revival ishowa how romantic Irish dmma la appreciate d ulun phty«-l by Mr. Doon'' and hit; company. To-night (Saturday) the ringin...
BILLIARDS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913
I BILLIARDS by 'DROP-CANNON.' &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Seventy seven is a ureal break at snooker. These are the figures recently put up in Eng- land by one of the provincial champions, and if &nbsp; it was done on a standard table just about takes the biscuit, for the 'best ever' down un- der was 73, by both John Roberts and Jas. Harris, the Manchester pro., who has a big reputation in the Cotton City. In our own country both those figures have been beaten by the late Bob Rumball (brother of Hubert), with 93 and by Arthur Shepherd, the skilful snookerist, who has charge of the palatini billiard. room at the Travellers' Club, Melbourne. Unfortunately for both those gentle men their games did not have the glamor of a competition and were not made on a 'standard' &nbsp; table. otherwise Australia might lead the world at the colored game, as it 'has' done in so many other pastimes. I do not know of any 'raids' bring made by Frank Smith. jun.. or Huber...
CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913
I CYCLING NOTES | j © By 'BLUE STREAK.' © j »' Entries close to-day for nil events at the Nor 4 them Suburbs League Club's carnivals on tbc next two Saturdays a; North Shore Ovnl. It ih cxpeclcd ihal mont ot the International men \ in tbc Six Days' Rave will compete at this carol J ? .5p SIX DAYS' RACE. Australia's third and Sydney's cccoaa Six &j[t Days' Race Is now neuring it* conclusion at the - Cricket Ground, and- only about one third or the original entrants are now left to compels ' 'W/)i for the big plaie prize;*, though eleven teams wero still left in the race on Thursday. Ot V.v£ these, however. half a dozen were a lap ahead | learns, and two laps ahead of the rest. , The racc opened very auspiciously with bcvc- I £$? rel hourii of ra3t riding, which culminated In a break-neck -0 minutes' sprinting on Monday morning by McNamara and Kecfe, wjio were , eislcd and abetted by Kirkham— always a will Jng 'mixer'— wnlcl. resulted In the downfall of all but the very beat t...
ROWING. PARRAMATTA RIVER PROFESSIONAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
ROWING. PARRAMATTA RIVER PROFESSIONAL CLUB. A pleasant gathering of rowing men was held at tho club's meeting room at Her Majesty's Hotel on Thursday evening. Mr. John Spencer (who presided) congratulated the two veteran scullers, Charles Matterson and George Towns, on their wins at Lake Macquarlo and Newcastle regattas. Messrs. N. J. McDonald. Harry Floyd, and others also made short speeches, congratu lating thc winners. The opportunity was also taken by Messrs. George Towns, J. W. Scot't, and thc chairman to welcome James Paddon and H. W. Gaggin, on behalf of the rowing men of Sydney. Pad don's match with Feltou takes place on Feb ruary 15. Gaggin, who rowed well at Lake Muc quarlc and Newcastle regattas, intends staying In Sydney for a few months. The Parramatta River Club will hold Its next regatta dn February 22, Thc programme will comprise two heats and final of an outrigger handicap, a maiden outrigger handicap (limited t$. those who have never won a first prize), and a? doub...
SWIMMING. HEATS IN THE HUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
SWIMMING. HEATS IN THE Hl-NDRED. ^Oji Thursday afternoon, in the Domain Baths, the 100yds championship preliminary heat* were decided, and some brilhaut sprinting was seen. A. W. .Barry beat A. Wickham by a touch in G3 3-5see. Wlckham went olf very fast, nnd led Bnrry half-way by a couple of yards. Bar:-v did n£t swim a good course, and he had to travel at wonderful speed to overhaul and Just beat Wick hum, Other starters were (5. Page. F. Cummins, j and S. MeKelvey. all auvo the lust-named beat- ' ids standard time. tWiniam ♦Longworth came out in tho second heat with E.,Wickham,-L. Bonrdmun, H. Board man. and W .''Huyncfc. H. Boardman was prac tically left nt tho post. L. Boardman and E. Wlckham made tho .pace', and led for 75yds, when I.ongworth drew level, and after a fierce rush won by a touch from E. Wickham and L. Board man, who tied for Hceond position, with H. Boardman fourth, 3yds off. The time' was 59scc. W. Haynes alone failed to rcach standard time. .The final promises t...
SAILING [AN ARTICLE TO INTEREST YACHTSMEN APPEARS ON PAGE 8 TO-DAY.] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
i — SAILING ® By 'FREE-SHEET,' ® [AN ARTICLE TO INTEREST YACHTSMEN APPEARS ON PAGE 8 TO-DAY.] With the holidays over, sailing rncine was rc sumed on Saturday with mo-t of the clubs again !?„m ?nrc' w'h ' fnlr amount of wind „..r r rast-souLli-,.ni,t, the various events ^cre rmdered Interrntlnp. „nr,U!hnt' '('R'ltu wa» held on the same day. and the presence of Itawhltl, Thelma, Petrel, and Aoina adi^il nn appreciated Importance, so iVii as„ ?c wrrn eoneerned, to the little 'ffftir. which passed oft without the slight est hitrb. Times were given nt the start in the yacht rnie. and with her limit start of 24m|n Anma wa«, well on her way, with pplnnaker drawing ?Herly. for the nine-miles run to Lion Island. Petrel flTmln) was next away, and send, re liable little beat as *ho is. she laurht Aoma .«:oun nfter coming head to wind at thr i?land. At thn latter place Unwhitl had caught Thelraa. after cocccdlng the old-timer a stari of 6mln. With the wind vcrrinn more to thr eastward. Petrel w...
THE SCHOONER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
THE SCHOONER. .Just mark that schooner westward far at sea— *Tis but an hour ago When she was lying hoggish at the quay. And men ran to and fro. And tugged, and stamped, and shoved, and pushed, and swore. And ever and anon, with crapulous glee, Grinned homage to viragoes on thc shore. So to the jetty gradual she was hauled ; Then ono the tiller took. And chewed, and spat upon his hand, and bawled ; And one the canvas shook Forth like a mouldy bat ; and one with neds And smiles, lay on tbe bowsprit-end, and called And cursed thc harbor-master by his gods. And. nutcn from the gunwale to the keel, Rat -riddled, bilge -bestank, Slime-slobbered horrible, 1 saw her reel And drag her oozy flank. And sprawl among tho deft young waves, that laughed, And leapt and turned in many a sportive wheel. As she thumped onward with her lumbtrlng draught. And now, behold a shadow of repose Upon a line of gTey ; She slceptj, that transverse cuts the evening rose — She sleeps, and drioms away, Spit lende...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
Grand opening night-tuesday, January 14. RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CLUB'S NEW HALL, IIATTE'S ARCADK, KING STRKET, .VEWTOW.V j (Opposite Post Ofticc). I TWENTY ROUNDS BOXING CONTEST. At 0 p.m.: Middle-weights I.ARRY KORAN v. JACK RAFTON* (Newtown). (Tasmania). At 6.15 p.m.: TEN ROUNDS PRELIMINARY, ' KKG. FERRIS t. MICK MCLQl'EENY. Doors open, 7.30 p.m. PRICES: 3/-, 2/., S/*, Reserved Chairs -5/- . Novice Tourney starts Monday, January 20, Open to Boxers who have not won a UO-Rounds-Contest. Weights Sst. '-lb., tfst., and 06t. 7lb. £20 caah for each Divj. iiion, to be divided as follows: Winner .C10, Runner up £5, and £.i to be divided amongst heat winners. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. ? I For Saturday's Sport Reports i !' and criticisms by Sport Experts 1 read the 'Sunday Times.' j $-?»..« ? ? ? ? ?
ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
ON THE TRACK. RANDWIC1C Thursday. Trainers had tho use ot tlio 'magpie' grass ?track and tan this morning, while the outside of the course proper wub available at a special fee. hut very fLnv used the latter. Royal Scotch spurted three furlongs. l'eronella aud Noo Sllla rau six furlonss together Iu 1.22J. On tho magpie grass track, Royal Merv anil Salarluo ran live furlongs In 1.05. Lochano was not extended over a furlong further distance, ?mil steady tasks were run by Waltz, Embracer, and Wyeolln. ? SUcsla put live furlongs past In i r. and similar time was recorded by Dion, who finished at the far side. Burrl spurted, and a ^uiirt half-mile was run by Hot Air and Torula. Kentucky Girl went freely over six furlongsl anil i'ontniay spurted half a inlle. twice., Sboal lavcif. made moderate time for five furlongs. I'alvlnia nnd a linlf-brother to Coppertop ran . . j ;l m|ie In &3Sscc. Irishman and Mlrobexla ..'hi liv.1 furlongs nlong the back In 1.5. Gold I ,|fT ,„ ,ij n secon...
MOTORING. AUSTRALASIAN MOTOR BOAT CHAMPIONSHIP. IN SYDNEY HARBOR THIS AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
MOTORING. I AUSTRALASIAN MOTOR BOAT CHAMPIONSHIP, IN SYDNEY HARBOR THIS AFTERNOON. What promises to be one of the finest motor- i boat races held in Australia is to take place ' in Sydney Harbor this afternoon, when the Motor Yacht Club of N.S.W. Is to promote the Au&tralaslan Championship, carrying with ii | the Griffith Challenge Trophy, on the Rose Baj . tr« Manly course. ! N.S. Wales, Victoria, and Queensland are all ir-presentcd in tho entries, and as several tn ciioplaues, tor which speeds of from 34 to 3G ra.p.h. arc claimed, will be engaged, it looks as if the race will establish records for speed as well as for the number of first-class startera for Australasia. The starters vlll probably number five, vary ing in power from 50 to 150 horse; their hulls range from 20 to about 40ft in length. The I little 20ft matchbox with a volcano In It is Mr. T. Monk's Elco-plane Peerless, a sister-boat to Rainbow, which made such an unfortunate end lug to her speed trials. After ...
BOXING WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
BOXING WORLD. Jt - BY 'SOLAR PLEXUS.' J- & ? Tho Jack Read-Frank Picato contest was ono or the finest ever seen at the Rushcutter Bay Stadium. Both men fought with fine skill, un surpassable pluck, and* with the stamina that only men of powerful flbro In the pink of con dition could display. I will not further dwell on the battle here, since I dealt with Jt ex tensively In 'The Referee' on Wednesday, beyond remarking that the pair show no 111 effects of tho contest, which appears to havo added to their mutual respect. Jim Armstrong, not liking the Idea of having 1 3 fight a ten rounds battle, 'his bout with Bill McNabb has been abandoned. Armstrong is really in the top flight, and le therefore Justified In refusing the oiler. By the way, he Is boxing in great heart just now, nnd should be given a chance against one of our best light-weights. Jim Barry will be delighted to have at hut found a man his own weight with the boldness to accept his oft-repeated challenge. The man i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
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RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
RUGBY UNION. (By -GULLJYER.-1 (A» crtlcia by 'Tha Cynic** is alrcn pa rar fract no The football and tie form of the Sotah. Alri-: cans have puzzled many E2R5ltsh critics In mrfh. the same way as M. A. Noble's crickct puczled them in 1^C0. Bet all the erf tics fcsv* not erred that way. ? Ranger.' in the 'Hhxs- trated ^portins and Dramatic Xcra,'. ccanoenta thus ou the wonderful ? wto of the SprfnsiciSf against Ireland: 'I am auitc -at a Joes to know xehst fete l\eC * l'ictitiy thc^oath art to sain, isi crrtw to bo alJowod. by com? £c$c~zs rrAitUij to» com*' within the category of n .lea s,'gC X sreit, cidc- . ? . AVben they lote to iK&don fey oze vsisX* tf»' London snecccs ja jxze cC t'sac of a lifetime, but ihtrj aicf«at a. r^atative irisli icam by 2V potsi? to 2-c4&s£d&, tc ? Is the Irish team that is ho vse it all - ' I There was a time trbea iks \scnse ct 'teir' play in th'jzc islands of crorc rrcaild 2sarc'B3ad#* j it impossible for ruch statcccats to be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
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"NOT OUT" OF THE REFEREE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
V- 'NOT OUT,#VOF THE REFEREES i 'A world's team ? Do you mean the best'* eleven. players to be fouud anywhere, or the best of those who still regularly participate In first class crickct ?' AVhy ? Is there much difference ? 'Well, there is the ease of M. A. Noble, a i world'a cricketer. An unrivalled captain Is he, especially when the occasion Is great, and his sldo has to.Oght. As batsman, he Is still a champion on our wickets, and with a Uttlo ? more tratnlng'and practice would be little. be- low tho«M.A.X. -*ho piled up all those centuzicJl against'V!ctorJa. And there is Itanjltsiabjl, tha Jam of Nawanagar. who, the Australians ony. Is Htlll a Juggler with the willow. And there la also Percy Shcrwvll, tho South African wicket keeper. , 'if we regard M. A. Noble. K. 6. Itanjitslnbji,.; and P. AV, Sherwell as retired from first-class \ cricket, and Ineligible for a world's team, on form the following would be difficult to beat .. ON A0STRAUAN WICKETS ; C. B. Fry (batstnan). J. B. I...
WHAT DR. POIDEVIN THINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
WHAT DR. POIDEVIN THINKS. Dr. L. O. S. Poidcvin. tho Australian and l.aneaahlre cricketer, and n \veii-vnown writer, on tho name, Relected bin team in Its order ot going In, ctlpulatlng 'that hir. eleven was what, ho considered the world'a bc;t under all con ditions. They wero : R. H. SDOoner (batamnn). J. B. Hobbs (batsmau). ' - ' C. G. Macartney (batcmrn and bowler)^ ; AV. Bardsley (batsman). ' ? i V. T. Trumper (batuman). ; O. A. Faulkner (batsmau and bowler). ! J. N. Crawford (batstuan and bowler)* ' ' : F. R. Foster (batsman and bowler). \ P. W. Sherwcll (wicket-kecpjr). \ H. V. Horderc (bowler), ! i S. F. Barnes tbowler). . - ^ *. 'S
CLEM HILL, OUR ANTAGONIST OF THE BAT, By "Not Out." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
CLEM HILL, OUR ANTAGONIST OF . THE BAT, By 'Not Out.'' Clem Hill, captain of South Australia, with us to-day, and captain of Australia in the last two scries *of Test matches In this country, re tains his appearance of youth and his elasticity of movement in a degree very rarely Been even among men like himself, who lead the life athlctlc In its best sense. It Is difficult to I think of Clem, or to crcate a mental picture of j him on the cricket field, without associating him j with the vitality of an animated well-nurtured t and merry youth, as playful on the green with the ball and the bat, in a sense, as a kitten might be. He docs not seem to grow old, to develop llnca on his face, or a carcworn look. lTt ? is plump and springy as ever. That tra;c j of reflectiveness in his faco, which coxniji to all men of any worth, and adds to their charm of manner and mind, has not oblite rated the fresh flush of tho boy. A man of per ennial youth Is Clem. - . » ' ?/ '£ * Why write in thic st...
SYD. GREGORY'S TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
SYD. QREGOHY'S TEAM.* - Mr. Syd. Gregory wan asked. If ho would put J. 13. King the Philadelphia erpreao, la a world's eleven. 'No,' replied the, popular . Wnv-?rloyJtc. 'J think he could not qulto set In.*' And he picked eleveu, with F. It. Fofltcr.a* twelfth man, as under : C. D. Fry (batnman). J. B. Hobbs (batsman). W. H. rthodes (batsman and bowler). S. F. Darnes (bo^vle^). 1*. E. AVoollcy (batsmau and bowler). The Jam of NaWao&gar (Prlnco Ranjltolnjhi)# A'. T. Trumper (batsman). AA'. Bardsley (batsman). AV. AV. Armstrong (batsman and bowler). C. G. Macartncy (batnman and bowler). Smith or Carter .(wlckct-keepcr)
CLEM AS FOOTBALLER AND GOLFER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
CLEM AS FOOTBAILER AND GOLFER. ?; . . ? ? ? -*? ' (By ,rW.R,H.') Not -fts-a cricketer al^ne-has Clem Hill's name re-«tvjpdr.througb the environs of Adelaldp. JfcQrl ''itpd'a whl'eS't-y his cricket :b© ^UacatM hlmsolf -to so many, wearing the .tilue ati$ ^hJte livery of South AdoIaide, he has tlnie ahd *ffoln won plaudits for his prowess as ?a fbc^tbiiU^f. Akjw.Hd. , forward. wlth a fine turn of speed, ?and. 9^(5,0^ the best '.left-footers' Adelaide has known, , Clem played for several years under the leadorihlp of another great cricketer— J. C.. (VRibnta') Reedman. ?Fotiri4or/fivc seasons' sufficed for the young cricket, champion, who was prevailed upon to fflte up the Winter game rather than risk a thin^q of marring the developing rarecr jp. ctjcke'l atnee ao truitful. Hut n.: ait .*tu r^ tiri*. before fi? wai «-hosen ;\y u Stat'.- .'eprefren 'tt).,l'Uy In Melhournt. - .-fit '? iatav: i io.i wclpbed with P. U. i A. ? Gchri,.. who a!.-.') a st-.r Soutl; ' AusVal'^'o Vmtiddkd oafs.''...