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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
CMCBET BAT EEPAIES. ; '- ' ? 'C£Ui'' Olt '? ' ' TJEf '. r*.,SL ® R««Jru-. e},-: Vlch^ Trumn«i'fl.o,i| NEW'.SOKTU. V»AliS'^RICKET 'ASSOCiXtTOK. ? ? ? N.S. WALES v. ' SOUTH' ~A'0^TR ALI A ' 3YDN&Y CBICKET GROUND. - COMMENCES TO-DAY AT NOON .v _ .'JlEW.'SO^TR 'V^AkSfi :^cVlCTORlA, JANUARY 2*. v' ? ? ' ' , ? , fqcx & noytpES, SPORTS SPECIALISTS. , MCMILLAN DEERY & CO. LTD, t.. :'4 r-QPiH FRIDAY KIOHT TILL 9- C.M. #YfcSfeV BPOttTO IjEPOT (Of}. Hm\ Autunis,, w ,S|re9t ^ Sydney. ' I
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS (By "THE SCOUT.") MOOREFIELD RACES. FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS (By 'THE SCOUT.') MOOREFIELD RACES. 'flying handicap » ?}: ' -1 BELLARA .. ? ? „ „ L, 1 ' VeDBla ? l. .. .. .. 2 ? Mlrabcxla ? . ? ? 3 STEWARDS' MILE - MKNBS ? '. ? .. M 1 Kunolln .. ... ? ....--.2 Cnnllla ? .. ..r. ? - 3 ? JUVENILE HANDICAP : ? - l'URITA .. ? ? ? .. ... .. .. .. — ' 1. PompA...' ..v.;..!.:—,.; Dulio .. V. .. .. ..' ' — ?'i.'.'a . KOOARAH STAKES ALEDBRRY ? ? ? .. .. AVnrman .. .. .. .. '}/, Calvlnfa .. AJOOREflELD HANDICAP : . PRINCE LACK .... .. i. _ — 1 Kyloc ? ? ? ?« 2 Midge B. .. .. ; ? ? SCARBOROUGH WELTER s * ; ' BELLA RA' .. .J .. ? ? ? *1 Moncs .. .. ? ? ? ?? 2 Kn-Haut ? ? ? ? 3 1 ROSEBERY RACES. MAIDSN HANDICAP : ARRANMORE ? ? ? 1 Argoferu ? ? 2 Orlandy ? 3 FOURTEEN-ONB HANDICAP : MiMER LASS ? ? .. 1 Racial ? ? .. 2 Little Jack ? ? .. 3 THIRTEEN-THREE HANDICAP ; MV DOVE ? .. .. i Tlbby ? ? .. .. *2 K.H ? .. .. ^ ^ Z ENCOURAGE STAKES: ' LADY ALICIA ? ? ? ? ? 1 ? Circumspect ? ? ,, 2 My Mo ? „ 3 ROSEBERY HANDICAP ; MISS K...
CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE GOSSIP. GRADE AND JUNIOR NOTES. [?]FIGHTING BY THE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
r CRICKET AF&j CRIClCETERS INTERSTATE GOSSIP. ' . BY 'GULLIVER.' GRADE AND JUNIOR NOTES. KRKJFKIGHTINO.BY'TIIE CLUBS. Tuura :csm bi- no rnlctakiaK llio strlklpc man ia wtilcii Ibu ilircu leading clubu — North Sydney, Unlvcrji.y, una Ucdfem :iro cccklng epmpouUcm -poiuic. .They ma playint; wlUi 'full : j frvi abend' id every. lu.-iiL-li,' v/U&- Uiroo- points [;;c objuclive. . as kus , oxcaiWiiled on tiaturilay' , last. SDlt wickcts and a bright full afternoon of c ririwl-KiCTtf each of.theae cluuu an opportunity c,l alUtilDK. -Su-anRi! lo say, all toamt. won the sent' .their opponents In, and thereby had tiio best of tho luck. It is remarkable how th'j r,mlles ol; fortune lollo?/ : the sueeeaaful or. tae ^Lfonycr. Tho pcrformancoof Nortli Sydney in dcfeatlnK Mltidlo.Harbor outrlslit. In (he ono uttornoou 1« 'one of ? excellent morii. Iu tliu condition of wickoi'H .'was 'ot oxe--ptiuu;i! lo win- by ten wlckctfl,' the greater- inoriL reatint; iu the fuel ;hot- the ' sum...
SOME CRICKET NOTES. BALMAIN'S FAILURE AT REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
SOME CRICKET NOTES. (By 'RAMBLER.' ) dalmain's failure at redfern. The manner in which B. J. Folkard went at the Redfern bowling gave the spectators an Impression that Dalmain would not And the wlekot difficult, tut nftcr tho dlsmlBsal of tho skipper of the crow, bowlers Mnlley and Emery were masters of tho situation. The morry young man who had such a burst of brilliant bowling in England, sent down some very line balls, nnd alsu a number of full tossec and short-length ones as usual, and wan even more successful than his more consistent com rade, who bowled the leg-break and the googlic with rarely a loose ball. After the rolling the wicket played much better, and those who anticipated that the left hander 'Magic' Sullivan would have a day out, wero disappointed. Though the first wicket fell cheaply, tho other batsmen played with plenty of life, and gave qulto a sparkling display. When going thoroughly, Redfcm aro worth looking at. J. C. Barnes wa» vory exhilarating with the bat. ...
MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. FLYING HANDICAP. (To start at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. FLYING HANDICAP. (To rtart at 2.10 p.m.) A handicap ol 1UO $ovs ; accord hor?^ -H ?ovt, tnd third hnr»* to j-ovt. from thr prirr. Thr winner of any l.jndirap fljl race iitter the drrlaration ef wrignts to lurry* 71b e\tr.» ; ot two «t more handicaps lVti» c.itni. l- furlong*. ^ ^ Mr. .1.- Shjrji'.: tli CAVITY, tvr. ? ? » '« Mr. !?-. .Morton'- l.r x IMIWIOI X .\vrs ? S . Mr. P. .1. CjheIi!. I. ui MISABKXIA, -yr» .. » . Mr. W. John.:uni-°K lir ^ MUK l'.Sh:. ? ? ? ' Mr. J. T. l-rtt i Si -? SAI.AItINO, ? ? i 11 Mr.-C. l-'ll.. Hike-* ill in MOSIl-.. ? ? - W Mr. I). I . s-jimr. I. c IIKI.I.A il\, Jjn ? ? ? u Mr \V. .1. Il.n N li in VKNIVfA, ? ? I ' Mr. Hunter \\lut--\- l.r e lilOS. . Syr. .. .. .. ?? i ' Mr. .1. li. OMlri(tn-.- I. in l'K.HONKI.I; (vrj .. . o Mr. W. T. t hri.tiaii-- b I KKSTl CK\ r.IBB limp.), ^ ^ Mr.' .1. Cr.ivrn's' l.iv. li KN HAt T, jyrs .. .. ' j! Mr. A. IJolHii;. Hi li Till \T-)N MMi. tvr- .. .. ? Mr. 'II. Bolton'#' ill m AYIt C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
»CL@SE' SUBSCEH»TI©M V IFOEM. 130 Ca»tler«tei-»tr«et, Bjaixef. rloac. forward tho 'Qlobo' regai )»rlr to the oddreoo Blvan below fer; lbs term ot (tae year. tjr'taUIcu'I *a* rio*o 6/. Nuu ? ? ? ? ? ? ? AiareiA ? ? ? ? (If th, S-jocerlptlon li tor leu thui on, ftu tlUr th, farm tccordlnjl/.j V/niTE riAMLY. AI1D THAT WILL HILLP US. ? Some ot the gontonts of 'The Qloba' M.ti 1HK JJKWfi 01' AtJj TltD WO/tL^ (iUuotuUdj ... 1,A t)i/c INVENTIONS A»D BCIECTIlriO DUk COVt.ltlM, JIAXfJT u\:l Ji BOUT tub house, touic wiji; of i.iiric. ? i iiom: ttKW vi, kisds. H c'i;rii»'« oitsKii. H CMIIIlKN Alt l) i-uui.TItY JiOTEa. « g iiiscusnio.sa t on mk.v and women. ? S AM. qUMrriONu ASBWEBED. B ti'OUT SOTta AND ANECDOTES, M fRIZK OOlll'OTrflONB. * ? ? ' ?
COMING OF AGE ON LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
COMING OF AGE OF LAWN TENNIS. ? i 'When, next Friday, the first test match, Eng land v. Australia, in lawn tennis is commenced In Sydney, it* may bo fairly looked on as a coming of age of tho youngest of the world's Held gomes. The Davis Cup hardly appeals to thc-man-in-the-street In the samo way, #ud the fuct that the contestants urc Australia and ' England ? gives tho final point to the questlou. -Wo wish It a long youth, bo that It may not be for very many years tinged with the decay of old age sym bolised by pr.ofg&ftiomilloniv ? j
THE YACHTSMAN OF THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
THE YACHTSMAN OF THE WORLD Ir. .'?rn -Fivwi'is-o they do things well. L-»t? in Novrmber, cnu.ng a d»y full of cnt«.i Jal-i- ! ment, aaf) coming dircit trom tho yachtsmen's ! dinner; 'uhlch ? is, inferred tr, on pui?e ,s, Sir '1 hbniue. Llpton arrive i ut the Pnas Club at i midnight.; 'The 'rooms of the club were tilled to 1 ovet*K-rwJag'wlUiii crowd. of. ni--*nt.»ers anu tliei.' friends,- -tljcre.. to. greet the -poi '.smui!. Ncv:n' beJore lyiU , 'the, club entertained nn/re lavishly in honor ot a. tlistlngulshe l guest. The roonn I were dccoratcd , .with greens, and' everywhere j was sct-n The ?Itiah ,flpg with. Its harp and motto 'Erin .Go Brash . ' j In thf* banqu/5t^ariilVbre-ikfast rooms and the corridor c.onncctjhg them, tables were set with a luncheon served upon tho arrival of Sir Thomas. Follo.wlng'thb* lunch -tn entertainment and 'Jinks' were given that- lusted for several hours.' ; Sir ;ThomA8 'yvas greeted with a song dedicated to him, and written especially for the occa...
MUST STEP BACK TO CORNERS WHEN OPPONENT IS DOWN. MARQUIS OF QUEENBERRY RULES TO BE CARRIED OUT BY MR. "SNOWY" BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
MUST STEP BACK TO CORNERS ' WHEN OPPONENT IS DOWN MARCH-IS OF QUEENSHERRY RULES TO PE CARRIED OUT HY MK. 'SNOWY' BAItkR. (By 'SOLAR PLEXUS') It has been decided by Mr. 'Snowy' Raker j thai in all future contests .it the STtadiLm. when a boxer is down, his opponent must go buck to hij corner and wait there until the dlb comforted antagonist Is on his fcsot. again. ThU is in accord with the Marquis of Qucensberry rules, which arc supposed ts have governed most of the big contests decided hc'rc for many years past. ? . The movement to have this faw more strictly observed i3 not confined to' Australia. Whtin Willie Ritchie met. Ad Wolgast recently ho -In- sisted that Referee Jim (Jridio should see, thai' the Marquis of Qucensbrrrv rules 'were carried out to the letter. The lightweight's manager had a talk with Grlflln. and was promised that the rules would be gone over carefully at the rival boxers' camps. The question of rules arose over the lust meeting between Wolgnst and Rit chie. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
The Whishy \ ' PAPERS, GOLDMINES ! AM© BUSINESS MEN. I 1 There are all sorts of circulations, large and small j I effective and ineffective. An effective circulation, j from the advertiser's point of view, is one that j causes the'expendilure of money in purchasing the ] article he brings under public notice. It opens j a goldmine for him. A paper that circulates 60 per j cent, of its coDies among ! Btw-.yr .we j an irresponsible, nonpur | I Guaranteed \ chasing class (so far as j I ' /p- 3 general commodities are \ \ \ concerned) is obviously ; ~ of the ! not so valuable to the ad- j _ II ucitmihav vertiser as the paper that SUNDAY circulates 95 per cent, of | (ail in the homes) - |ts ct)'pies among the home I ' 1 *r ! makers and keepers ? jj The 'Sunday Times' goes j I Net I into the homes; it goes ) i i in to the homes of the . | IesmmwbmI people Who buy both the necessaries and luxuries of life. Therefore it covers the field for the advertiser as no other paper does. j The 'Sund...
THE INTER-STATE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
THE INTER-STATE CRICKET MATCH. New South Wales went to the wickets against j South Australia, and ono wicket for 88 lfa the I lp.test — E. P. Barbour 56, and C, Kelleway 32 not out. FollowIng%is an ut/rehearsed incident In con nection with the' recent Pine Bush (N.Z.) meet ing, as told in the 'Weekly Press' : 'A tfp dray wns doing duty as a Judge s box, and so that one who was engaged in leading about ,\ grey horse might have a better view of the finish, he hitched his churgcr to the ends of the shafts by the reins, and climbed into the dray, already well filled with officials. The cheers of the crowd as the favorite pawed the post a winner cnuscd the grey to pull back, and as he did so a prop holding the dray from tipping fell away, anc( the crowd In tho vehicle fell out into tho straight/ all except the time keeper. Opposite the centre of the back of the 'dray which was flush with the line of tho 'straight, a pole 12ft. or. so high had been driven ^nto the ground arid , Acted as a...
KEMP PROFESSIONAL SCULLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
- f M KEMP PROFESSIONAL SCULLING CLUB. 'M.' writes 'Those who attended the-awraal ?. mooting of the above club, held at Her Majesty's ?. Hotel on September 0 last, wore, to say tho 1 least, surprised to* read the letter appearing ln'i last week's 'Saturday Referee,' signed by A. Cotteo nnd Peter'' Kemp, stating that tho moet-^; Ing was both illegal and informal. Thoso wbo i wero present when the name, of tho Kemp Cfcob 1 i was altered to that of the Parramatta Itivor j Club, will recollect that a second votcwas-taken | ? on the motion altering tho name, the first votaj being' considered invalid, owing to sovcral ciccr*.i clsing votes' whn were not members of the clu&^t A fresh motiqn WQs*then moved by Mr. Hawkefl.) and secbndod by (Mr. Peter Kemp, altering name of the original club to that of The Parra- \ matta River Professional Sculling Club.* Tho ; voting on tho second occasion was confined to } those who were actually members of tho club, t or had glvon in their names as...
ATHLETIC GOSSIP THE ASSOCIATION SECRETARYSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
I ATHLETIC GOSSIP I j e ® Br 'MEKTOH.' .) g j' TIIK ASSOCIATION SECRETARYSHIP. The delegates, to .the council of the Amateur Athletic Association on -I'.rd Inst. l «» called ;ipon to elect an hon. secretary, Mr. M. J. McCarthy having intimated definitely that ho Intends to ptand to his determination to re sign. It if- probable that there will be ft num Vet of aspirants for the olflcc. the latest bcins( Mr. W. II. Wiseman, who has previously occu pied the urc retaryshlp. Unless Mr. Maltlands motion to rescind the recommendation of tho executive, to tho effort that a club secretary shall not whllo In that position be hon. secre tin ry to th^ Association, be successful, some of the expected nominees will be prohibited from contesting tbo ofllcc. At th« pnmo meeting a proposition will ba placed before tho delegates that the occupant of lh-- position shall -receive a fixed allowance. This Is expected to overcome the difficulty, for by this means the member elected will cease to bo associ...
THE SIX DAYS' CONTEST AND ITS SUCCESS. SURPRISING SPRINTING POWERS OF THE PLACED MEN ON THE FINAL NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
THE SIX DAYS' CONTEST AND ITS SUCCESS. ' SURPRISING SPRINTING POWERS OF THE ! PLACED MEN ON THE FINAL NIGHT. In the last Issue of 'The Saturday Referee,' , I dealt with the Six Days' Race up to the flnal | day. rp to that time* the racc, after a flno i beginning, had settled down to a steady work ing pace, out of which -the leaders refused to even be startled by a couplo of double-lapped teams regaining a lap. Bur Saturday, after a featureless morning. I provided the kind of a finish, extended over j the !a-t nine or ten hourci which most appeals I to an Australian sporting crowd. It was all j leii'her-nnd-tcar without cessation from a little | after nnon until tho deciding sprint finished I f-horily after 10 p.m. , J AIR. JULIUS KNIGHT, As John Rhead (the Champion of Iron Ships), In Act 1 (I860) cf 'Milestones,' ai the Criterion. The principal disturbing factors to the pace of the leading division were L. Hammond and R. J. Hazelton, J. T. Summers, and N. Russell, nnd our European v...
GOLF GOSSIP MANLY GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
' GOLF GOSSIP f © 1 Dr 'THE COLO MEL.' ® ] ! MANLY GOLF CLUB. * i Tho play-off of the tie for the 18-hole strokt handicap, which took place on Boxing Day, waa played on Saturday Inst between D. G. Ferries : and C. K. Norman, and resulted In a win for ! r-. c$. Ferries (3), wbo beat C. E. Norman (UJ [ by four strokes. ^ ? -rrrrra rr.il.- I - -r ? 1 In the play-cff of the tie for the four-ball ^ 1 best ball stroke handicap of the above-named j club, T. R. Upward and G. Solojnon defoatcd G. | Tombleson and Dr. Thorny The followlm ' wcra the scores : — I1 l:pward »tad rolomon S3 1- 75. f Tomblwm and Dr. Tboma* M 6 78. ! THE LONGER DRIVE. } There Is a lot In the longer drive, no matter i what people may say to the contrary. Thero lis more in it'v/here bad players are actively, I Interested than where golfers of a high degree ' of Ability arc concerned, but observation sug i gests that an advantage generally accrues to I anybody who. in a match, consistently hits the \ more powerful shot,...
BUD ATKINSON'S LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913
; BUD ATKINSON'S LAST WEEK. Tho Bud Atkinson combination at Moore Park will close next week. There will be a matinee every day, in addition to tho evening enter tainment, in the Wild West jrames aud pastimes Colohel ,Wm. A. Lavelle, Colorado Cotton, Tex iMoCloud, WUd Horse -Mike, The Blenchetts, Stacjc and Alice Lee appear with cowboys ana Indians. The programme Includes the Mangeau Acrobatic Troupe (oight in number) ; the De Coma Aeriallsts in feats of flying trapeze ; Daredevil Desperado In his diving act ; and Joe Bailey, tho educated horse. BENEFIT MATINEE. A successful matinee entertainment was glveu cn Tuesday at the National Amphitheatre, lo eld of tho widow and child of the late Sam ! Gale, tho woll-knovm vaudeville artist, 1 who 'was killed In a tram accident. .A lengthy programme, to which nearly all tho regular artists engaged at the theatre contri buted, along with other artists from Mr. Jv C. Bain's theatres, was presented, whllo Miss Grace Palotta, Miss Vera Pearce, an...