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THE NATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

THE NATIONAL. Singing as well as he did tweaty years ago, Mr. John Fuller has had a full in?.\buro of success* this week at the National Anrphlta«atro. It lo wo^th a long day's walk to h'ur the veteran tenor slag, 'Good Night, Beloved' and 'Sallv In Our Ally.' Tho head of the flourish ing Fuller family must be well over sixty, yet thero Is a boyish freshness in his voice, and hlJ breath'Control Is well-nigh perfcct. Mr. I'uller ?will only remain In the bill here another week. ZLf the Sydney caricaturist, has struck out on new lines with his sketches of 'models' from the audlcpce. In the first port of his original turn Pedrlnl Is helped by tho trained baboon Toby. Pedilnl doeB all his balancing tricks -wlth his feet. To-day (Saturday) patrons of tho National ?will see Hugh Lloyd, Lyla Thompson, The Es monds, Verne and Smith, and Nellie Kolle. Lloyd is billed for 'a thrilling act on tho ?bounding wire.'

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TIVOLI. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

THE TIVOLI. ? Miss Florence Baines Is running Miss Claire Uomaino a close race in the Popularity Stakes at the Tivoll. The galleryltes like Ml&s Ro malne for the reason that they can join In the choruses or her bongs. Still, Miss Baines has the steady pace that tells in a long racc. The acrobatic Arabs furnish the sensational feature of the entertainment, to which Taylor and Arnold, Borneo Gardiner, Alexander llince, Chlnko, Minnie Kaufmann, and Tom Dawson, are popular contributors. Those who know how to appreciate clover dancing should welcome the return of My Fancy to-day (Saturday) at the matinee. A good many years have glided swiftly by since My Fancy paid her first visit to thU port of tho world. 1

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. (By 'BOZ.') THE THEATRES. HER MA.FKSTY'S. — 'Florodnra.' I rilKATlth ItOYAl,. — 'Faun.' 4-UITKRfON. — '-MilrKtoii--».'* ' piT'trr1'- 'tT''' M'nk 'nd ,ht Wo'mia.' | TALALK. — 'The 1'aris.li PrifHt.' THE VARIETY THEATRES. I TUK TIVOI.I, — Mv Ktnct. KATIONAl, AMPHITHEATRE.— Hugh Llord. I 1'fUNChSS. — \audrville Kntcrtalncrs. IIOOHI. PARK. — Hud Atkinson's Show. j MUSICAL COMEDY. Thic week Mr. Hugh Ward eased the minds of those Who hnvr been waiting for the produc tion of 'The Sunshine Girl' at Her Majesty's Theatre. The new musical comedy from the Gaiety Theatre, London, will be presented for the llrsi time In Australia next Saturday night. ' There remain now only seven performances of ? 'riorodora,' Including tho final matinee on Wednesday. The music of 'The Sunshine Girl' is by Paul Rubens, who, with Arthur Wurrperls, is also responsible for the lyrics. The musical comedy Is in two acts, the first of which 1s at Port Sunshine, where the hero, Vern...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS SPORTS OF THE NATIONS. TOPICAL TIT-BITS. THE TURF, LAWN TENNIS, RUNNING, AND RUGGER. FAMOUS RUNNER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS SPORTS OF THE NATIONS. TOPICAL '/iT-BITS. THE TURFS LAWN TENNIS, RUNNING, AND RUGGER. FAMOUS RUNNER. ? George Llttlewood. who created many pedes trian records, died at Shefllcld early in Dccem bcr. His greatest achievement was at Madison h(]uaro Gardens, New York, in December, 18SS. v.-hen he won the six days' 'go-as-you-please' race, covering miles 132tiyds. CONQUEROR OF NORMAN HROOICES. ? An English writer tells us of the enthusiasm in Irish lawn - tennis circles aroused by tho success of J. C. Parke 'The succcas of J. C. Parke in thc Davis Cup in Australia has created a great deal of satisfaction in Dublin, whoro I arke is so widely known. He was always Icckcd upon as a player of marked ability, as he has now held thc Jrlsh Championship for ^ great number of years, but It was not until ?est season. In the International match between I Kngland and Ireland at Dublin, that* Parke's au I furlor play was really recognised by the Lawr* ' 'lontiis Association. Rv al...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WOMEN IN SPORT LAWN TENNIS-COUNTRY WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

I WOMEN ' IN SPORT | I _ A ?» K I 0 By -OMHEa.' £ LAWN TENNIS— COUNTRY WEEK. The ladies have their large share la the rountry week with nine teams entered, and great interest will be taken in the determination of their country premiership. Armldale, though vacating the men's, bid6 fair to annex tie ladles contest, having three strong players In th Misses Dlght (2) and Martyn. The former ore cousins of the Sydney players. Dnbbo Is the strongest opposing team, and Us best player Is Miss Sloman, a niece of the I prominent Chatswood player. I The inclusion of a mixed doubles event on next Wednesday's programme at Strathfield, should be a great draw. Mrs. Bcatty will have a heavy task In negotiating Brookes* cervices, but she has had much experience. Miss Gordon Is a shade more brilliant, and serves and vol leys harder, but is not quite so steady and even all round. . Jt was unfortunate tbe ladies' country cham pionship had to be cut out. Next year thi^s will be more courts available, ^ ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FRENCH RUGBY FOOTBALL AND PROFESSIONALISM. FRIENDLY WARNING TO THE FRENCHMEN TO ABOLISH PROFESSIONALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

FRENCH RUGBY FOOTBALL ANb PROFESSIONALISM. FRIENDLY WARNING TO THE FRENCHMEN TO ABOLISH PROFESSIONALISM. Unless the French Rugby Union 'puts Its house iu order' there may he a rift Jn tho football 'entente cordialr.' according to the Paris correspondent of the 'Dally Graphic. ' Mr. W. Williams, of the English Rugby Union. Who referred thr mut.h brtwrrn riosslvn Park and the State Francaise, conveyed at the friendly meeting of tho teams hrld after the game. , a message to -the French Union on the question of the growing professionalism in France. He chose this occasion because the State Fran talse Is tho oldest Rugby club .in France, and he looked to It to exercise its influence. Ho spoke as a warm friend of French Rugby foot ball, but declared that thr very warmtn o' hla Interest In It led him to give an earnest warning to the French dubs against the ever growing prorcrslonnllsm. ALFRED BOOTH JONES, THE LAWN TENNIS CHAMPION OF HEW SOUTH WALES. The situation became recently acute oa ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TENNIS TALK. CARNIVAL OF OUR COUNTRY COUSINS AT DOUBLE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

f TENNIS TALK. I I ?' ' © Br -AUOTBAL.' © © I CARNIVAL OF OUR COUNTRY COUSINS AT DOUBLE BAY. r. iif; ?.7 of our ovutrr counlnii In on us, and Doublo Bay |s alive with its Xlfl rcprcscntntlTf j Ol tho chiunpluns from Broken Hill to Barraba, from Cojrrn to ' Cooma, and from Trundle to Tamworth, who aro ail assembled to determine 1 tiie vnrioua-^hhtopioiiflhlpB. In but four years a small tournamont has grown into ono of the biggest things In the Slate, and at this rate will, in as matiy more years, stand out as the biggest thing in N*.S. 'Wales tennis. Goulburn, it will bo remembered, were the winners In the first year, and for the next two years Armidal:» camo to tbe front, and this year North and South, having had their turn, the young men from the west evldontly are going to have a big say in the destination, not only of tho District Championship, but also of the other two Individual events, for the Todd brothers, from Trundlje, have Improved so greatly that it does not appear proba...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BILLY PAPKE'S FOURTH WIN IN PARIS. AMERICAN MAKING MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

BILLY PAPKE'S FOURTH WIN IN PARIS. AMERICAN MAKING .MONKY. ? ? xl At tho Cirque dc Paris on December A Billy Papkc beat Bernard, Hie Frenchman retiring at thc end of thc sixth round. Papkc gave a characteristic display, boxing in his usual ag gressive otyle, and forcing mattcrB from the

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

I ROWING ! ® : S» 'AQUA.', © The .Henley Grand Challenge Cup, which is on Its way to Sydney, arrives by the Omrah. TMe conditions governing the 'Referee' CUp hare been decided on by the Ansoclatlon as follow (1) The .name of tho cup to bo tho 'Referee' Cup. (2) The cup to be competed for in o junior elg'it-oar race each year.- (3) The cup to be a ^perpetual trophy. (4) Tho race to rwhich tbe trophy Is to be awarded to be drawn for each year by those clubs prepared to put a Junior eights race on its programme. Manly regatta will take place next Saturday afternoon. The races Include Champion Single and Double Sculls, Gentlemen's Double and' Ladies' and Gentlemen's Double Sculls. The next big regatta will be Anniversary He- I gatta on the 27th Inst. The accounts recently published of the Hen- I ley receipts and expenditure form Interesting | reading, especially an we now are Interested In ?promoting a similar function In Sydney. Re ceipts this year totalled £2530 odd, as against £1653 ...

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CAN AUSTRALIANS RIVAL SIR THOMAS LIPTON. THE YACHTSMAN OF THE WORLD, AND THE LION OF THE HOUR IN CALIFORNIA. CHALLENGE TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

rAN AUSTRALIANS RIVAT SIR THOMAS LIPTON. j THE YACHTSMAN OF THE WORLD, AND THE LION OF THE HOUR LN CALIFORNIA. CHALLENGE TO ALL. I 'I wJJI bring a W-inotro cutter to race at your great Exposition Regatta in 1015, and I will hoist my fighting flag and challenge all the world to a race for the championship of the sea.'— Sir Thomas Lipton hurled this challenge over the seas to thr world at the Pacific Inter-Club Yacht Association's banquet at San Franeiaco In November and brought the yachtsmen to t!.clr feet cheering with his defi. Another i'f.amrock Is to bc brought out Jn iyi4 for a rac ? . ».ff Sandy Hook, if arrangements can be mado satisfactorily, and then In HHii, at the Panama Pacific International Exposition regatta, he will bring out another greater Shamrock, num ber yet unknown, to compete with tho yachts men of the world. Sir Thomas read his challenge, a challenge to thr world, prn- Hlef] on a piece of notcpapcr. I rttcr he explained h!s action. 'I will bring over the 2.^-me...

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SWIMMING. AMATEUR SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS CARNIVAL STARTING TO-DAY PREPARES FOR THE AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

SWIMMING. -- (By 'DOLPHIN.') AHATEUR SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS CARNIVAL STARTING TO-DAY PREPARES KOR THE AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. The season b&vlng been In full swing for tome time, the champion and aspiring cbam pious are now In .good form, and some brilliant swimming Is expected at the State champion ship carnival to be started at tbe Domain U&ths to-day, and continued on Monday, 'Weanesday, and Saturday. There Is a splendid list ot entries, and all the leading swimmers of the Stnte are to take Bart. The contests nre really a series ot elimina tion tests to dcclde who sholl compete In the Australasian chcmpionshlp3 In Tn»manla next inottlh. Great rivalry exists botween the champions and the expectant champions, and all will be thoroughly on their mettle. Much interest centres In the 600yds teams' championship of New South Wales. Six teams have entered. They Arc : Manly, Sydney 'A.' Sydney 'E,' Rose Bay, Randwlck and Coogee, nnd Norih Sydney. On pupcr, these teams w...

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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXI—CROSS-CURRENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH n-%r ft* a T*.r*r- n A r-v au; Author of 'Crao Cormeo,' 'The Cairn of the | BY MADLiL BAKLUW. Qidg«r,' 'The Secret of the Blaok Bo0,' lo. I (ALL 'EIGHTS aCSTnrfED.] | CHAPTER XXI.— CROSS-CURRENTS. 'You aren't complimentary to him, Cathy.' 'As an engaged young man he Isn't a succcso, you'll agree.' 'Cheveral won't compel you to marry him,' drily. 'But I'm holding tight. It Isn't every day one catches a member of thc British Peerage In our benighted .village.' 'Cathy,' he said heatedly, 'you' arc not as mercenary as you would have mo. believe. It's sheer pretence, most of it. You bide 'the beet of. yourself and glory .in exposing, tho worst. The dear womanly qualities would rlso to thc surface if you'd let them.' ] 'Mickey.' she replied, 'you're a slmplpton, but your faith In nic 13 beautiful. You might 'try to imbue ray betrothed with a portion of | it, and Miss Macara. and Aunt Too-Too.' Site drew thc three-legged atool cloac to hi-.* chai...

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THE AMIR OF AFGHANISTAN AT GOLF NATIVE PETITIONS IN THE HOLES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

THE AMIR. OF AFGHANISTAN AT GOLF i NATIVE PETITIONS IN THE HOLES. Thr Amir of Afghanistan has taken up golf keenly, according to tho 'Dally 'Mall.' Ho hoa had good links made in the neighborhood of Kabul. The natives havo been much puzzled by the woll-kopt greens, .but* recognising that the game is a royal one, they have put the holc3 to practical purpose. They havo got into tho habit of nlactne oetitlona tn thr holes at nlBht iu the hopo that they will reach tb©» Am|r'-vben ho is putting on thc next dixy. But. his . Ma jesty's tomper had apparently not' been Im proved by the royal game. Ho resents this attempt to take advantage of hlB recreations, and ordered that all such potlttons are to bo j burned unread. No doubt hie Majesty easet i his feelings in much tho samp .w&y. ft.a tbp British I AWttfttaa.BoJfgr&fSflfc ? ? start. Bernard showed some cleverness by fre quently scoring from a nice distance with tho right to tho American's Jaw, and once or twice with iho le...

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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: MR. [?] C3 SOUTH HEAD-ROAD WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group0 WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT : K',?.. iOi!N KENHY ROCS. C3 SOUTH HEAD-ROAD WAVERLEY. The abovo Is' ^ photographic reproduction of a group taRen recently. Tho FIRST (but no other) member of this group who presents himself nt tho 'SATURDAY REFEREE ANB ' ARROW' OFFICE, 130-138 Castleroagh-r.trcet, AND 15 IDENTIFIED os BEING ONE OF»THE GROUP, will bo paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All Who concern thcmsolvcs ln this will be tJderstood to agreo. -to acccpt,tho paper'a decision aa final. Tho business of identification will be entrusted to a member of tho 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW'' Staff. ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear in next leave, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR 'XUE 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' PHOTOGRAPHER ln'j the 'streets of Sydney. ? ? ? ?

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

BOWLS AND BOWLERS J* BY 'JACK HIGH,' ^ ^ 'WICKS' FROM THE GREENS, Be up I Pluck's alias— luck. Postponed matches to-day. Balmaln v. Redfern, at Victoria Park. Mosman v. Chatawood, at North Sydney. State champion rink contests begin on January 15. Second round will bo played on the follow ing Wednesday. North Sydney send a team to Waratah (New castle) on January 27. Australian champion rink (Harry Moses And Co.) was not photographed. Victorians were not greatly impressed with the bowls knowledge ,ot two N.S. Wales skippers. N.S. Wales contingent applaud Victorians hospitality and impartiality in the recent tournament. , - Mosman enjoyed their trip to Katoomba ; found good fellows and & good green in tho making. Vice-president Hicks (K.) declared txPresl dent McLeod, when in office, did more for N.S. Wales bowld than any other man. 'Mac.' denied the soft irapeachmenr. Did all he could, as the late John Young and other pre sidents had done for the game. 1 Rydc arc hungering for...

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

I New Roofed Stadium I ' ' tPEBSONAH DIRECTION ? ? ? ? ? R.' I. ('SNOWY') BAKER. ^ , TO-NIGHT— AT 8.30— TO-NIGHT GREAT INTERNATIONAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONTEST. | I. «tlean Poesy v. Mock iieys j ! / (FRAUCE). .(AUSTRALIA). . , , I PRICES — 10/ (reserved), 6/. S /, 2/. BOX l'LAN AS USUAL, / ; NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. J LEON BERNSTEIN (France) v. ARTHBR DOUGLAS (Australia) I NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON j GREAT BOXING MATINEE, FOUR THREE-ROUND CONTESTS. GOOD TEN-ROUND CONTEST, j BILLY McNAB v. 'BOMBAD1ER' DAVIS. | ! TRAINING EXHIBITIONS BV POESY, AUDOUY, LAXD, T1UTFIEH. AND SULliIYA'K;. I Fint-dau Musical Programme. Afternoon Tea Provided-lot :I^Sie«. ? j ji . Adralasion, 2/ and l/« ??Ladies accompanied by gentlemen, tree. v. | The Eest I Old Orkney 'Whisky: The purest spring water from the^ heather-clad hills . of Orkney Island is used In the distilling of

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

* / If you know a better Business Puller tWn the 'Sunday Times' advertise in it. It would be your cfuty. But you don't. The 'Sun- day TinpRB' goes into the home — into more homes in New South Wales than any other , paper. And ,it is read— all of it It is. read by all the family. Then it' is. put by for another read or two later on. It gives the advertise^ just the kindU ^ publicity; he requires — and bumping measure. Necessarily the results are excellent i t ? ? - J ? '? i

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

I BILLIARDS I I -§) O Br 'DROP CANNON.*' ® | Everyone who haa nlayod billlarrln hno been tip ngalnit t hi Individual who kick* llko one of ^ud AtkfnronV. nuilr- I. hif. opponent pots Itini — ithor for the run of » lie 'hing or with .mnilcioua Intent. COMRADES Hit I KT APART. I have known life. Ions friendships to be f,rvor-vl by thH- hceminply innocent prnct h o. Two ot Sydney' most prominent bunincs/t men, now well up In ye.irs, who. mi lads. might havo bom th-* orlglnnls of tho |ulc Harry Rlrknrda' famour. frr.ns;. 'Oomrnni h, comrades. «*ver since wc were hoy.'i! Sharing rmh nth.-r's* mnrblcn, stealing enrh other's loy.-!' have not spoken to each ; other for -0 yrnrs-, lw»cnur«\ with Hsht to innKo : (tamp, ono potted I he otlur und left a double ( ban:*:. ? j ?Ict w- r-i?- followed. ar.d pvt»r i-lnc.- tl.ey h,*. 'c I drifted apart, and 'ru'wr ? ;-\tk a.* tl^y pans ly.' j Vr»t. buroty th-rc Is ?iot 'il nrx vvron^ 'a potr'j^ :m t oppon^rl ' whrn li is Hi«- koiiic.' It t« ion, In ' ...

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

'THE GLOBE' Great Skill Competition 'FINALS! 'FINALS!' Open 'to Readers all over Australia and New Zealand. COUPON MUST BE CUT ONLY FROM 'THE GLOBE.' -Wf j POSTAL NOTE. No. . . . COUPON. No. 5 SHE - - E ? ? ? WHISPERED D SOFTLY - Y ? - THEN - ' - N ? : ? ? . m - - e ? ? ? ? LEFT - - T. ? ? ? ? ' I enter 'The Globe' FINALS Competition In aeeordar.ee with the Rule*', and tore* to aeoeot the buH. ilehed deolilen as Final and tlfi&lly blndinf* Signed ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . Addreie ? ? ? i ? ? ? First Prize - £10 Second Prize - - ££ Five Prizes of ~ £1 ? Ten ' Prizes of - ? ? lO/- ' Twenty Prizes of * 5h DIRECTIONS. Glahce It the Coupon above. You will eee two : elmple phrases printed in large type. Opposite each vrord la prluted ita Final letter In still larger typt. The object is to mftkc a new phrase, using these Final let* lets aa Initials. .The /p)irsic written by you should bear on. the printed phrase in some *Dt wav. You rosv be humor* oua, sarcastic, desciipiive,...

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

: BILLIARDS LIMITED . , i-OCATION : f 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET T. ? ' Fiv« Uocr/' from Liverpool Su.ct. ? , _ Peony Tram 10 Door. Utt&a the maua-cnicnt ot the be»t all rouwl ,p0rt i0 Sy4M/. Mr, JOK ANOIIKOU. ' Our T»blt« ore ptajeU on br JOHN .'(OI1ERTS, STE. VE.N'bON, OEOHOE CilAV, Ll.MIUU.M. ItEKCE, ,„j . v try Dllliiirdlit nt n6lc comlnir to Sydney. 25 TABLES ADVEET1SINO FLOOR— 11 Table#, Where a game coata practically Od. per 100. Why aaj 1 {r lor what you c«n,«ct for Od. STANDARD TABLE FLOOR— 8 TABLES, including George Gray Table. l/» per-100, i: * FIVE MAGNIFICENT 'PiUVATE ROOMS, Fitted with £00 gulnea Tabloa, Rate, 3/» per hour foi pair or p^rt-% iT * SPECIAL FEATURE.— Tournamcrita conducted foi patron* (amateur) every month, ^6/0/- pri*ea (by ' Atfui and Coote), and Speelal Prlte« (old Orkney Co.), /tuition by Mr, AndreoU in private room* ^t ruiaoaablt ?-v.' I*U«. . ? 4 . itp 33S5 City acd. engage ycur. roots* aa^aatad ( *r.* » ttty. pleasant jcrciittii ? rh ^Vv'y a/tia...

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