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CYCLING NOTES LEAGUE RACING AT NORTH SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 11 January 1913

CYCLING NOTES   By 'BLUE STREAK.'           LEAGUE RACING AT NORTH SYDNEY.         Now that thn Syrt„..y Six Pitv.;. „ ' ' . wo can onco npaln mm in .1, ii , p\cr, sprint rarer,, v.hli-h |nv» iiP«„0 d',''-'',lon of thn this endurance team3-'c„nir8t? mcr3h»d«w-* b-' nmdn'ror rhe'v'0,'.1 r'c,maln i» the mooting : ':^vS::r hLcaK,:o Club'4 top-nolchers v. „„ ^ IV-Jok T7°31. U'! log arcerpeetrd *llp, Thc J, MnK ooen' mVli-'1)' h h.Hnt!l1 ap 'ml avc milc'R s'-r«t'il , cap boys. ha'dk''''- ?''! balf-rnilo Ha:!,U ITho track to bo used lias been the sc nf Jtona. rnrinj; '..t, XnX KUo«Z!''^ ''i: son ,.on the (lvc miles In July, isbl G W Whatmore being the only other finisher; all the others including W L Kerr and E Edgar       falling through a dog getting in their way. TvVh'n onc nf =-03t upto date In N.b. Wales, thouch it wa...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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OUR TURF TIPS ARE GIVEN ON PAGE SIX. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

| OUR TURF TIPS ? ARE GIVEN ON : PAGE SIX. t artist, whether on a 50 or on a 500 break. His is the real sparkling champagne of billiards, that needs no florid label to proclaim Its merits: Roberts' is of ihat brand which relics on extraneous trimmings to make it palatable. Next to Roberts I would place Tommy Recce, whose llchtness of touch is like that of th gossamer. The more I sec ot Reece, the more 1 think how harshly ho wns treated by the ' governing authorities when they limited hall- ! ii;'uu-i tuimvuh iu --j iii nm i i-aniuu. .iillod J - cannoos arc . at once the most beautiful and ! most difficult phase of the game, and their re striction has hit nee-.-- harder than any other player for no one could ever hope to rival him in skill and. beauty o.' execution in this depart ment of the game. Like Stevenson, Recce has the true artistic temperament, which discloses the 'natural' as distinct from the 'made' player, but to my mind at present he falls just a little short of the geni...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: TON TE PUNI, 232 MOORE PARK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. V.'INttcn OF LAiT SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: TON TE PUN I. 232 MOORE PARK nCAD. The anovl Is a DhotograDhlc reproduction of a croup tnKen recently. The FIRST (but no other) laomber of this group who Dresentu himself at the 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ^«E AMor SwiCB' 136-5 ^Cast.er'a^tree, AND 'sP IDENTIFIED as BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will be paid ONE SOVEREIGN A.I who concern themselves ,n this w.l, „. Inderstood to ngreo to accept the paper's decision as final Tho business of idcntlflcation will bo entrusted to n member of tho SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' Staff. ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear In next Issue, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' ' rHOTOORAPHER In the streets of Sydney. ? ? .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

f|V o' - D A It. ? 1' O ? D A Y. ''? '? ' INTItR-STATt: C.A.- I1VAL. AUSTRALIAN 1SII CHAMPIONSHIP. , KOr-Ci: 1'urs Stri.lirn-:.'^ -'.''i p.m., lVrnt.t. -'.'.??.. ?llnrl'irs-'pl: 'J.-l.-l firl-l. ? -HI '.'?''?A and LA!)V HAW SOX lravp Ion Mai i|ll«r:- i'i l.- at il.n p.m. r.ii.M'1-t-r,,. hi iv l.i nd .'i l l.irk IhVii,|. I I.NTI.KMI.N. 1 LAWKS, od. __ ALF. Jt'SiS and J. U. TUOlll'ttO^', lion, Sec;.

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ENGLISH BILLIARDS AND PLAYERS. THE VIEW OF AN AUSTRALIAN TOURIST IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

ENGLISH BILLIARDS AND PLAYERS. THE VIEW OF AN AUSTRALIAN TOURIST IN LONDON. (By PERCY J. AYLWARD, of Uu Now South Wale. Billiard Aitooltllon, In Iho 'Sporllno Life.'! In this, my first visit to England, which has extended over six ir.ontha, among the most pleasant hours have been tSosc spent In watch ing England's llrst-clnsn exponents of the molt fascinating, yet superlatively 'dink-iilt, Iniloor gume In the world— billiards. 1 plead glllltv to being a billiards enthusiast, which perhaps explains why on a purely pleasure Riving and I sightseeing trip -1 spent ro many hours in your ! leading billiard halls in the Metropolis. An. I let me say rifiht here, that your blK billiard halls impressed me. We have halls In Sydney ind In Melbourne that cyn hold as many people, liut there the comparison ends. Vours. with the plush and leather upholstered tip-up seals, lisplaying an ??atmosphere'1 o( elegance, com ;ort. and ease; ours m-ita the long 'school' 'orm arrangement, devoid of anything ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

? LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. RICS, lilPORTER OF L-''N TENNISBliQUlSr*Ea tfLAZEHOffBi'AYnES, EPALDINO .* DAVJS rUCJiETa '?. BACKETS REPAUIED, AND nE-STRUNQ. Ground Floor, Equiwblt Bullii^j^ 'PbSpe,.Cit7 2«9, ? . CE.QBQE STnE£f.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

-;' '.'?:.?..?- get a are tube - '? ?'?' ; .. -, -0F ??'. ;:''. .,'.T.'.V'COJiJCJENTBA,Tii)o' ?.,- . . V, ' ,;,-?.; ?';.- ?-.-, »:???: human :-= -??-.;-. ???? k .AMD THEN YOU WILL BE RIGHT, 8 . ? . ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

. » FOEM. :? '. ' Tho Manager, 'GLOBE.' 136 Caatlereash-strcet, Sydney. Please forward the 'Globe' regu larly to tho address given below for the term of one year, lor which I en l-Ioss 5/. . NAME ? ._ ' AddrcBs ? ?. ? (II the lubicrlpden li for tut -.T.«n on« ytir -|(er the form ?ooordlnsly.) WniTE. PLAINLY, AND THAT WILl. HELP 03. Some of tbe Contents of 'Thi filebt' AMi THE- SEWS OF ALL THE WORLD (Illuitmted.) . ?' i.*test iKViarnoHS and sciENTma nin. OOVEBUS. , IUJ»i)y MAN ABOUT THE HOUSE. ' COMO ETDE OF IdEE. KOME'BJXP OF *li KINDS. CUPID'S OOBJfEB : OARDES AND ttVJXHY NOIE3. DISCUSSIpSS FOK MEN AND WOMEJ, - ALL COESnONS ASSWEEED. EPOIir SOTES AND ANECPOTEa. . FnizE oonpiTtrndsa, , gPLEXDID STORIES.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

New South Wales -- ! TIOTTING CLUB RACES. AT EPPING RACECOURSE, GLESE, Monday Next, January 20 75 ? ENTRIES ??;.??? 75- ' ' ' LARCH 11K1.DS. FIRST RACE, 2.30 P.M. -.STAND, j/. ' .. LECER, ??;. ? ?Bookmiklrii'Tccs : Paddock. i-J; l.rgci,'j;i. Annandulo, llalmain. I.llillrld ? I Spoci.il Trami. will run -I« Ccorgc SHiwt cicry li-w iniiiuus, line y. it. I'. lll'NCKltl-'Ulll), yii-uLirv. ILLAWARRA RAGES BERRY. TUESDAY, FEB. 4, 1913. MAIDKX 1IA.NU1CA1', JU sins. 0 lurluiiSf. l-'i.yiNc; HANmuAiv so w»f. -? iui-ioiiS3. DISTItlCT Jlll.i:, in ,.«,. 1 mill-. KNCDl-ltAlil: HTVKKS, 'U »i»'. U lllllunss. K1A.MA WKI.TKK, all mj^. 7 Hniin^s. KNTIillCS CLO^ili ;lt 1 ii.m. u' JIONUAY. JANUARY 20, 131 a. l'ur lullcr particuUi-s, sec ri'.'sianinic. A. 11. HART, a t-'astli-rcoKli-siicrut.' Si'i-U'iai-y. S.villipy. Bathurst Pony Racing Club Dates for 1913. EASTER SATURDAY AND MONDAY, MAR. 22 and 24. MAY 11. '/''' ' .' ' ' '? OCTOBER 11. DECEMBER 26 and il. ? ' ' ' :'°'- FuU rarticularii ut Eattcv Meetin...

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BILLIARDS [?] page 8 will interest readers.] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

i BILLIARDS 1 I t' I' By -DROP-CAtlMON.- ©*' \c nr:i*-- ci page 8 will interest readers.] . ao.f riac'Jed me from Ted James during b w« --.; ^iKtig that ho had again taken orcr .1 oil. rc-in ii(j Bondl Junction. The old cbam I lo.i h;« ,!t Hj ncd S. tables In a roomy, well - - : ; tilt r6 taU'bu, in which the boys out at the ?' -r»Ke r.-.tr.-rb will have plenty of room and r r. ? .-. ? I . :'''! V . NO}i A CHAMPION. 'f. ??!ui,« i saw old Ted tic looked extremely '?-??:! '.'.t'c silvern In the ono-Umc raven c. kr,'3ut ? i* same upright, symmetrical figure ind inuur ?? -?-. Jaw, which vaused him to be the -adajircl i .ill admirers' when he took part .u itntebrs t tournaments. In his day James iva? hard u jcat. Before coming to Australia he nn» dnt, o: the' loading cueists of his native Iook4d on i s the local champion, add was ulft'aj'S turc '-?) put up a solid game. In square I' s.-rii !j 'h- middle pocket he had few eupe r.or», ..nJ is, even to-day- one of the beat '.cachr:--. o i.i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

Dor,'! iiliiy lillllnrda in a stufTv biisemeiu. Cmue li tl'i- ISmplro Bllllni'd Thentre, whel?^ you cm pcrft-i-l llslit.. cool aimoaphere. nnd 40 of Alvoi-k's lic.-t tnblcs. Being on llio set-nnd flooi-, you k»m m dual or nolac to instruct yoii lrom the K:mi' 100 Up I/.. Empire Pllliard Tl!CEirc,_£« I'Mi-i^rcc^lorJp.^T'tttt.'o Clubl.-* TJETEhSHAfi' OVAL.' ? — TH7s~D^Y. « riRST (.itAPt: ciilrhRf itAttrn PETERSHAM I. ». UNIVERSITY l'. iDMlSSIO:. to Par!,, 6d, Pt^llon 6d Extrt. .. ? — -^ teVDNEV SillJJI. JW., Uon. Ece.

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"Solar Plexus" in his "Den" with a few of his callers of Tuesday last. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

'Solar Plexus' in his 'Den' with a few of his callers of Tuesday last JIM BARRON, KID HOGAN, JUMMER FAR RELL. PAT. BRADLEY, WAL. WEEKES, JACK CLARKE, BILL SMITH, WALTER READ, 'DUNN WEBB,' M. DUNN, BLUE MoCARTHY, NORMAN ? MoLEOD, BERT ZrrT3t, 'WHITE HOPE.' 'SOLAR PLEXUS,' JACK READ, BOB TURNER, JIM HILL, JOHN ('LIVER') DAVIS, WAL. COLEMAN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

ALWAYS A WINNER ! Buchanan's ' BLACKAHDJWHTE' msk^ Facile Princcp^. Semper Idem. T They ourpaso all others In— -f\ K^a /^-\ * ♦ QUALITY, DESIGN, WORKMANSHIP, /^~ §& ^7 ^^ ♦ 5 Made from the finest selected ^5S-L A i ff JZM0 % J old briar root, with superior ^^^^^ xCs^tfC. s*^^^^ * X hand cut para vulcanite mouth- ^^I'-r^^fcMff^^'^ _*' F^ ° ^ Extra Heavy sUrllnfj Silver w y^^Zys^^^ ^-V£2/ ^ A Mounts. Cf^V^^ nil \ ^^df^ ° | IN ALL THE LEADING SHAPES. Vp ?' 0 \- \' ^^ *! | Price, 3/- EACH- : ^f '0k '^ I': * (POST FREE.) ' ? -kg& ^^ *' % rfllS^fia, JSkiVHLvii'iiJ'f^Cy, HjJaMJ)'. haymarket, sydney, t ?» BRANCHES : CITY AMD SUBl/RBS, «nd HEWCASTLC. ♦ Horse Races. First Race 2.20. 148 Entries'. The C'our-c in In Hi— ,1 r-'.r-J-t i--n. j-d C-i-.diilJtiK t'i -.'???'? I'lulli-i-rr : ? iLrt. .n:l rihrr Sjtci.l Trains hiRht on id ihc ICtcrt-^ir-r n'i'll run ?! In-nutir. ' Inifr j: -. .--rifn .':cc:il«, Hrit Tnln ' I ra,irt: .??vdnpy li.0. ; .-PLflAI. TRAINS: HORSKS. II ; PASSKNfi...

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS "WICKS" FROM THE GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

BOWLS AND BOWLERS ^ j» * BY 'JACK HIGH.' o» j» 'WICKS' FROM THE GREEN. So. muth to d?, so little time to do it. Rcfoim. Remodel the game. Faults are very p'.'jnounccd. . N.S.W. men must have sightless eyes. Ciood players all— but no combination. Here Sowls Is a game of chance, as in 1300. Humored— a Royal Commission to find the reason why. Tho recent carnival should Save demonstrated the value of position play. Trnnhln u V Q \|- i. -h:it rrnl KOclal interest doer, not appear. Nrsv men Join clubs, but where do you find rcculnra coaching them how to do It. Have seen men from tho Old Men's Depot in W.A.' show more style than some N.S.W. play Plentv of men here know tho game, but they like ihe alleged 'biff-bans'' sporty shots. Real sporty shot Is. when oomcthlnc Is tried for with an objective in view, and succeeds. Tjo many 'hard luck' shots when the sporty shot makes trouble. Use your brains, and you'll learn the same. Bad bnwllns enabled Chatswood t'j beat Mos man. The Mossy's leader...

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TRAINING SAM LANGFORD FOR BIG FIGHTS. DUKE MULLINS TELLS HOW IT IS DONE THE GREAT THING IS MASSAGE—HE SAYS LANGFORD CAN BEAT JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

TRAINING SAM L&NGFORD FOR BIG FIGHTS. DUKE MULLINS TELLS HOW IT IS BONE THE GREAT THING IS MASSAGE— HE SAYS LANOFOKD CAN BEAT JOHNSON. It haa been suggested that us I have trained Hughie Mchcsan, Bill Lang, Sum Langford, and JiK-k Read thai I might give readers a little inkllns au to how 1 train my white hopes and tar bablcu to win bcll3 and guineas. Well Its a long time since 1 had the pen In my fist, so you must excuse me if 1 mix adjectives with vort;u and all the othei- funny things that they u*ed to hammer Into my head at school. Here goes. And you who would win honors In tho ring, mark, learn, and Inwardly digest. Training boxers la a ticklish thing. It must Vary according to thp man For ovnmnln vmi couldn't train a llghL-wcighi in the same way as you would train a heavy. wcisln. Tcrhaps the golden rule In tho whole game Is massaging. Each muscle mutt have Its due. and none more than another. Let me now give you an ex ample of a day's training. Itcwillc is at G.30, whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

HON. SECRETARIES OF CLUBS, AND READERS GENERALLY, ARE REQUESTED TO NOTE THAT LETTERS TO THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICE IF POSSIBLE ON THURSDAY ' AND LATEST ON FRIDAY M0HNIUCU _/* ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

The Sest S i The purest spring water from the heather-clad hills of Orkney Island is used in the distilling of ' .'*.?'????'

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AT THE BATHS THIS AFTERNOON. Grand Parade of Champions. INTERESTING STORY OF "THE FLYING SQUADRON." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

AT THE BATHS THIOFIlfiJI!: Grand Parade of Champions. INTERESTING STORY OF 'THE FLYING SQUADRON.' (SPECIAL FOR 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE,' BY CECIL HEALY.) 'Who do you tip for the squad ? '9 Despite the lact that the old anrtgnporc ro mantic title of Flying Squadron waadlscardeil ri couple ot years ago by the Association, and that of the Teams' Championship substituted, the event that \rr are to have the pleasure of witnessing this afternoon Is, nevertheless, still affectionately referred to by swimmers as 'the .^I|II^U, (inci :uc ituU'i ijui-:*iiuii ?:* iii\i- lik. 'story of the tongue' Just now. that is to say. it Is in everyone's mouth. This rr.ee is In reality tile grand parade of our best swimmers, nn'l In it;-, time has provided some of the most c.vcltlni; finishes that swlm lnlnc patrons have ever been treated to. From a club point of view It is the most Important thing of the year. At Stockholm it was 'thr rovoterl honor.' and It should bo so regarded! her-, because. .i.''T all....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

?RAILWAY AND TRAM WAV CLUB'S NEW HALL, [ ?*-' HATTE'S ABL'ADK, KI.NO ST., XEWTOWX I (Opposite I'Obt Office). GRAND OPENING NIGHT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. TXVKXTY ROUNDS BO.\!N(; CONTKST. I At 0 p.m. : Middle-weight., LAHHY rOHAX (Xctvtown) ' v. JACK ll.UTO.V (TsMiiunhi) ! At S.lo p.m.: TEX BOUNDS I'llKI.IMI.NARY, HEG. FKBRIS v. HICK MULQUEKXY. Doors Open, 7.30 p.m. ._JLR.'0gg_i_l/.,__g/:,_3/:_ Hcaerijd Chjirs, 5,'. PERSONAL DIRECTION ? ' R. L. ('SNOWY') BAKER. TO-NIGHT. AT 8.3O TO-NIGHT. ' Great International Middleweight Contest, at 8.30 p.m. Jean Audouy v. Tim Land : (FRANCE). ' ? (AUSTRALIA). PRICES— 10/, IV, 3/, 2.'. Box Pljn aa L'suit. NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT ' Leon Truffier v. Sid Sullivan ' (FRANCE) C AUSTRALIA) ?' NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON GBEAT BOSKC MATINEE. FIVE o-ROUND COy TESTS. GOOD 10-ROL'KD CONTEST. Jack Evans v. Sid Cox TRAINING EXHIBITIONS BY PICATO, EEY3, Mo COY, REID. - riBST-CLASS MUSICAL PROGRAMME. AFTERNOON TEA PROVIDED FOR LADIES. -I Admluioa— 2/ ud 1/, Ladtea accomp...

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OUR BEST SWIMMER WILLIAM LONGWORTH. Twenty-Years-Old Champion of Australasia Talks of 100 Yards and Distance Racing. COMPARES FRESH AND SALT WATER-THE SURF—TRAINING—HIS RIVALS—AND STOCKHOLM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913

OUR BEST SWIMMER WILLIAM LONGWORTH. Twenty-Yearj-Qld Champion of Aus trplapia Talks of 100 Yards 'and Distance Racing. COMPARES FRESH AND SALT WATER— THE SURF— TRAINING— HIS RIVALS— AND STOCKHOLM. (By - 'SATURDAY REFEREE' SPECIAL.) 'Born ntar Singleton, September 26, IS02, I commenced swimming at Manly about 12 years ago.' The champion, William Longworth, In soylns this, added that ho had not much to tell our readers. But there Is a whole chapter in a i?w words. He la ;n years old, and did not begin to paddle until he was eight. This valiant successor to Barney Kelran and Frank Bcnurepalrc has crammed the successes of the average cham pion ol years standing into a small space of time. He Is young enough, and powerful enough, end skilful enough to yet demonstrate the wonderful Hodgson, Australia still holds up her end as the producer of worlds cham pions. One has to stimulate him to talk of himself. Like. most men who do things, he in reluctant 10 speak. The champion said that he doe...

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