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CLEM HILL'S SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

CLEM HILL'S SELECTION. Clem Hill made tho following selection la order of preference : V. T. Trwnipcr (batsman). AV. lUrdrlf-y (batnmAn). ('. G. Macartney (batsman and bowler). AV W. Armctront; (batsman and bowler). II.' V. llordern (bowler). J. it. Hobbs (balaaian). ' K, flarnffl (bowler). J. N*. Cravviord (batsman and bowler). l\ JC. AVoolley (batsman 'and bowler). I'. W. riherwell (wickot-kecpcr)i C. 1). Fry (batsmau).

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY COLONIALS AMONG THE MASTERS. England Will Send Out a Rugby Union Team—Springboks Unique Record. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

RUGBY COLONIALS '' u & ? AMONG THE MASTERS. England Will Send Out a Rugby Union Team — Springboks' ' Unique Record. (By 'THE CYNIC.') The cable tells us that Mr. W. W. Hill, secro- : tary of the New South Wales Rugby Union, at / present in Knglund, has smoothed out several matters nffcefing Colonial interests that HaH not been understood In England, and that tho visit of a British Rugby team io Australia and New' Zealand 1b probable a year or iwo hcncc. It sounds very satisfactory. ; * Mr. Hill bar; apparently accomplished a very great deal, for the Rugby Union authorities of ? ? the Old Land arc rot easy for th«* Colonial to ' '' Influence. Th'-y seem ley. unsympathetic, and disposed lo think that tho colonies arc tho origi- i natorp of. and stepped in, prolesslorialism, for-' -1' g^tful of a llitlo fa'-t in history — that to traco ! professionalism In Rugby to its generis, one has 1 ' to go bark to the tint, days of the Northern1 Vnlon, and i.!h» disrnptlcn rf :lio gam' in...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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A WORLD'S ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

A WORLD'S ELEVEN. In the 'Sunday Times,' laat issue, 60V0ral not^d i-rlrkcters, past and present, published the elevens thoy would prefer if a 'match, tho Karth v. Mary, were to ho played. It is in terfstinK to « oniparo somo of thn selections . made, nuiong these bolng the -following ;

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

V HON. SECRETARIES OF CLUBS, AND ^ READERS generally,' ARE REQUESTED j? ?TO. W)TE. .THAT, 'LETTERS 1 TO THE ' '{. ^Saturday VnE^eR^Er_sHQtm-BEftCH. .. :u - -- THE OFnCE IK VoSSBLE OH THURSDAY AND LATEST ON FRIDAY KORmNa. - H

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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VICTOR TRUMPER TESTIMONIAL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

VICTOR TROUPER TESTIH0HIA1. FOND. Tiie honorarj* treasurer oi the Victcr Trumper Test: monifll Fund iMr. U. Metes, ju:».) cckr.owlcdgcf the receipt of the following cubBcriptiors to the 7th iiut.: ' £ t. d. Amount elrudy cchrowledffed ? ? ? V o 10 o A. Diamond ? ? ? - - IL lloeei, Jun ? ? ? 5 $ 0 D. 8, ? ? ? [- 1U 0 Contributor ? ? - - . 0 R. C. Monday ? ? ? 1 1 0 lix. Juiticc Street ? ? ? 2 2 0 Mr. Justice Gordon '2 2 0 C. 0, Ryrie ? ? ? » ? 3 f K, li. Docker ., .. .. ? ? ? ? - 2 0 H. Y, Ureddon ? ? , - A 0 T. A. Dibbs ? ^ & 0 0 E. If.. Dibbs ? ? .... ...... 2 2 o J, y. Stubbirr . . .... .. 1 .**.?»« »? 1 1 0 Adndrer ? * 0 10 0 E. J. Smith ? ? ? 1 1 o A. 'J. Kewell ? ? i.- . .* 1^ 1*0 E. R. H. Pickering ? ? ? .1 1 0 W. C. B. Tilcy ? ? 1 1 « J. It. ? ? ? .. .. 1 u o K. W. Uest ? ? 1 1 0 Major J. II. Kvat H-Booker ? 1 1 0 Tom WaUon ? 1 1 0 J. W. Due«bUiy ? ? fp 0 J, ('rothcr/i ? ? 1 l o His Honor Judge HaekhoUou ........ 2 2 0 Hush l-f-die .................. 2 2 0 A. S. f.ove...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SWIMMING IS HIS HOBBY CHAT WITH SWIMMING ASSOCIATIONS HONORARY SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

SWIMHING IS chat with swnrKrNG\%ssocsA3Kces^ HONORARY SECRETAEX.-. (BY A 'SATURDAY ^ i Mr. Rupert N. Benle fs han. aecratury-cCici£Ib*' ? New_ South Wales Amateur SiclmitttaS-Asaoeia.- t iio.i,' .vhich begins its champtaah!pR.ceotaafesrtD^ '.ay. lie is dolnjc goorl work m th^tdftceefetoni of j loitering swimming iu our falr--ctty^ rfs Mr. floale is n city* brofatci;-ttt sssfcrtjjhftvia a nan with a swimming hobby* 'Though 1 have always been wi'h the pastime. I have never linjEUished myself at swlmnstcs^' tcet sa54 tbft ? ' other day. when qtKAttancd: aba^b^tdee^.la. ? the. water. 'Three years ago I became- a*m.omber»Qts'tbe. Mr.nly Club, and,' he added* **tho-S5h t trfed ] v.*iih peracvenincc that d.c£»?7?Qd. rjntco»sfc X I have never been able, to mako:'my-'niinio as*3. ! :'**Imm?r. Try. try. try agala ts. at \ccy gooi : motto, no doubt, but I did not. . ftmfc it hind, tho; ' blre ribbon. ? 'True. 1 managed to wtn a fe-w fn.ter«-clul-. race?, but beyond that 1 was a speed falbirot ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

??? Reader* ire Informed th.t the ofiaraeleri and Inol. denti In thli lerlal ore all Imafllnary, the narra tive tielno, of oourie, cure flotlon, and there »? . therefore, bo no question of any reference belna made or refleotlon conveyed ooncemlno anv llvlna oerson or any publlo body or company. Placc your advertisements where they will meet the eyes of the people who have, money to spend. The 'Sunday Times' goes 1 into the homes and is i esteemed there. It is in a class by itself as a busi ness winner of exceptional merit. Frintod and Published l-y Alfred Herbert Howard . i j «a° i ' *or t*lc 'Sunday Times' Newspaper Co., Limited, at the Otflcc of tuc Company, 13U-13I t BBtlcrcatih-alrvct, Sydney, January 12, 1P13. .

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

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Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

I ? ~ ? '''f For Saturday's Sport Reports ♦ ' and criticisms by Sport Experts j read the 'Sunday Times.'r j

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TENNIS CHAMPION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. A. B. Jones the Stylist—His Play, Possibilities, Aspirations, and Opinions. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

, TENNIS CHAMPION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. B. Jones the Stylist— His Play, Possibilities, Aspirations, and Opinions. .] (By A 'SATURDAY REFEREE' SPECIAL.) Mr. Alfred Booth Jones, the ' lawn tennis champion of this State, has accomplished a very great deal within tho llmitB of Colonial lH opportunities. But until tho stamp of English III and European experience Impresses hl3 tennis, ||j ho will not attain that exalted distinction in l|| performance and become the lawn tennis per ils sonollty which seems his destiny. 1 His position In lawn tennis to-day is some thing like that of Victor Trumper was In our New ' South Wales cricket beforo the Juggler with the willow and tho ball went forth on his first tour of England. Truraper was already a performer and had always been a genius. Still the scoffers scoffed, until they awakened one fine day in 1803 to read That at Lords, the head quarters of the world's cricket, 'the boy' had made 135 not out agaiast England in a test match. And, moreover, ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WHACKING IRELAND AT RUGBY FOOTBALL. Springboks 38 Points to Nil is a Record in International Rugby. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

WHACKING IRELAND , e AT RUGBY FOOTBALL. Springboks 38 Points to Nil is a Record in International ? Rugby. til r'fflr 'AS oto soi'Tii african player.') On a hard, Irosl-hound ground, with the air 7 intensely keen, thr Springboks on November 30 r»v had practically a walk-over In tbolr second /r International fixture, against Ireland at Dub lini i ? j Their performances throughout tho tour have :1 been alternately disappointing and startling, vj.. Their win in this sensational game was more ;f. ' thin startling. .. They took the field .confidently ?f and kicked off confidently— thoy showed no trace Vr- of 'surprise when thc ball, for some Inexplicable N reason, was allowed to roll into touch within five yards ot Ireland's «oal-Hnc. ? They were J. quite uncontfernf'd when Lloyd and his forwards | between them, carried play back to midway, j Suddenly there was- a flashing . pass' an ex V- clamatlpo. and Stegmanti at tiie end of the lino was handing off his opposing wing, then Lloyd, then...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

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ROSEBERY RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. MAIDEN HANDICAP—5½ furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

ROSEBERY RACES. I SATi:RDAY.' JANUARY 11. MAIDEN HANDICAP— M furlonc*. *1 1'. lb st lb Milirah ? S Circular .. ?? .. .. ' ~ Mylott ? s 0 Orlandv ? 7 7 Ltipilite ? Til Anrofern ? 7 7 Stella 0 ? 7 10 Corin ? 7 7 Arranmore ? 7 10 Swanlsrk 7 7 Brownie ? 7 tl lUnnibel .. .? .... 7 7 Plavfair ? 7 9 Sroteh Ant ? 7 7 Carweela ? 7 9 Minalene ? 7 7 Ida T. ? 7 T Vaster Hawthorn ..7 7 Sir Allan ? ? 7 7 Berry Park ? .77 Willie Merr ? 7 7 FOURTF.EN-ONK HANDICAP— 1| furlorgt. ArrhnfM ? 11 2 I^t4-* &nde ? 7 10 Wre Loch ? 10 10 Jadv Mcscotte .. .. 7 S- The Rigging ? 0 12 Mulea Queen ? 7 9 Native Ro#c .. .... 0 0 Amelie ? 7 7 Racial ? 8 8 Lord Elwyn ? 7 7 Little Jack ? SI Havoc Queen ? 7 7 Tbra Mrn- ? B 1 Narellan ? ? 7 7 Wilton Rose ? 7 13 Paravant ? 7 7 FairvfiMd ? 7 11 Mimer l-aaa .. ..... 7 7 Claro* ? 7 10 Yaldora ? 7 7 THIRTEEN-THREE HANDICAP— 41 furlongs. Millie ? 10 10 Green Rose ? 7 11 Maid of Athens .... 10 7 Typhoon ? 7 10 Mv Dove ? 9 7 Lailv Lila .. .... 7 0 Fmilier ? 9 3 K.H ? - T...

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CRICKET FIXTURES. WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. Ninth round. January, 4 to 11. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

CRICKET FIXTURES. ? ? i WESTKRN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. I Ninth round. January. 4 toll. I New South Wales, v. South Australia, at the tvdnvy j thicket Ground, ' j Klrft Grade : Newtown Con^rpftatlonal v. Botany Blue , Star, U. \V. Kitic and A. T*. Patritk; SargrnU v. llurl* \ ftone Pork, 1). MePlilllamy ami (J. Cooper; Krakineville ; v. Mee)janiis«, W, Noonan und H. .1. Mtilqnernoy; BcVuny v. Nrwtown Oxfonl. C. Iters .ind II. Staples; A-lificltl v. Campenlown, A. .lobtison and K. Drewctt; Uurvyal 1'i.ited a h\v. J^ceond Ornile: Alexantlria Tlielma *. ('amptic; Cantrr bury -v. Warren Cambridge, U. Itovrland and K. \V. Nettleton, Son, and Co., v. Bcalc and Co. -'0. 1 l-iTi*ion— Third Cradc : I'eteMliarn Baseball v. Oiimpfle WuraUli, W. Huxlfy and II. Auld: l-Vrnhill Klora v. Marriekvillc Junior; BunvooU United B. v. Camprrdown Klora; Camperdown Cainbridffe v. lVu-r* «han» l/'nitrd; IV.ter.dutn Collingwood a l^r. No, 2 DivWon : Wanderen by. Good Templars ; Bed* f«*rn W.\raLih v. Vieiorla ...

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MAITLAND J.C. RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. NEW YEAR'S HANDICAP—5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

MAITI.AND jJ.C, RACES. SATURDAY. JANUARY 11. | NEW YEAR'S HANDICAP— fl furlongs. at lb n lb Wyalla ..9 3 ily Best ? 6 7 Webirable ? 8 8 Gaulina ? 6 7 I Burnore ? 7 10 Peeping Dawn ? 6 7 j Atnberleigh ? 7 5 Watlti ? ..07! Silvus ? 7 Mater ? 6 7 : Rrightie ? 7 5 WKLTKR HANDICAP— 7 furlonc?. , Wyalla ? ..10 3 Hurley Boy ...... 7 7 | JewelKtone ? 0 10 Royal Mount ? 7 7 Blue Tilly ? 9 3 Chitl Boy ? 7 7 Parapcti ? ? S 3 Sir Gibbie .. .. .. 7 7 Macacus ? 8 3 Light o' Merv .... 7 7 Lady Terrell ? 8 3 llant Lyon ? 7 7 Wherry ? 8 -1 Lonns ? 77 Prie Gun ? 7 10 Floral Queen .. ,, 7 7 Peeping Dawn .. .. 7 7 ('imminent ? 7 7 MAITLAND HANDICAP— 1« mile. Delorium .. .. .. 0 3 Butnore .. .. . . ,. 7 3 I^nly Hope ? 9 0 A; Ease ? 7 2 Botilgonry ? 8 12 North Coast ? 0 7 Aleu ? S 2 Mis* Mollinda .... 0 7 Rivcrbird ? ? 8 2 Bullfinch ? 0 7 NOVICE HANDICAP — 3 furious*. Mater ? 9 0 Sylvan Girl ? « 0 Faniouslike ? 8 8 Cadwall ? b U Aircraft ? ? 8 Lomis ? y u Brildant Chicl 8 0 Sudden Attack .. .. w (I Miss ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AMONG THE JUNIORS. VICTORIAN HOSPITALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

AMONG THE JUNIORS, VICTORIAN HOSPITALITY. The representative Junior players, lack from Melbourne, arc eloquent in praise of the man ner in which the local authorities treated them. Tho hospitable manner in which they were re ceived has left a lnstlng impression on them. That is very nice. ? | JUNIORS AND COLTS. i One of tho visltorb wbo accompanied- the team j states that the general opinion of the playerJ I i* that G. Mackay is worthy of selection in the, colts' team to play against tbe Victorian colts, In Melbourne on the 26th Inst. If the able Parramatta District batsman Js desirous of higher honors he should at once forsake the Junior ranks,, assist his District ( club, and thus come under notice of the selec- , tors. He. intends, I am informed, to play with either Balmain or Central Cumberland next season: but it would be an undoubted 'advan- tage if he were to do bo Immediately, and re ceive the benoflts of play in the higher jrrad-\ and of the coaching of A. C. Bannerman for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

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LAWN TENNIS AS A NATIONAL GAME. WHY ITS POPULARITY IS INCREASING EVERY YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

LAWN TENNIS AS A NATIONAL GAME WHY ITS POPULARITY IS INCREASING | EVERY YEAR. | (By B. SABELLI, Ani jUnl-Secrctary to the Lawn Tennis Associallon.) Tho gnmr of lawn tennis did not obtain a j Arm footing in England until the year 1474, when It was Introduced by n Major Wlnfleld under the ] nnme of 'Sphnrlstlke,' the court being markod In quite n different manner from Ihe present rectnngulsir shape. In those dnys the net wns 7ft hlfih at either end anil 1ft 8ln In the centre, nnd. consequently, the hard, low hitting of the bnll so much seen in the game nowadays was ; Impossible. Volleying— ihut is, striking the ball I before it touches the ground — was not employed. I so that long rallies were the rule rather than the exception, the hall frequently pass In? and repassing the nei thirty or forty times before a point was scored. To Mr. Woodhouse belongs ihe honor of being Ihe first to think of striking the ball before it reached the ground, a happy 1 hough! which had a tremendous influe...

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TURF GOSSIP TURF TOPICS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

I TURF GOSSIP I ® « By 'THE SCOUT.' © Moorcflcld this afternoon; j Also a pony and galloway meeting at Rose- I bery. ? \ Nominations for the Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup total ami 14 respectively, against 08 ami fi7 last year. . ; Thef Rosohcrv Raring Club holds another mrrting on tho 2«'n«l hut., nominations for which close at 3 p.m. on Thursday next, the 16th. I The exclusion of proamnion who wore not mem hers (rom last Monday's speHal mooting of tho Victorian Chtb has since formed the' subject of unfavorable comment in sportins circles In .Mel bourne. r Duchess. tho dam of the Perth Cup winner i Sparkle, was never raced. She was by Isonomy thy AVInterlaUej front Music, by Clarion. Sparkle was bred In Western Australia by Mr: V. Roberts, of Capel. .T. Thompson has for the ninth ye,j.r In; suc cession headed the winning jockeys' ' list iu JrelanH, and bis average for last season, was slightly worse than one win out of every thivo mounts. * Melbourne racegoers will rake the...

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