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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS (By "THE SCOUT.") WARWICK FARM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS (By 'THE SCOUT.') WARWICK FARM RAGES. FLYING HANDICAP : MALT MA11Y ? '.i .. .1 Relievo ? ,..?.. .; ... ? 2 Malhcur .. ..* ? 3 FARM STAKES : '' BOY BLUE ? i. 1 flclara ? 2 Red Velvet .. ? ...... 3 LIVERPOOL MILE :, , ' . MIOCENE ? ... .. ..' .'.,'.'. \ I'll ? 2 rustais ? ? ? ??_?,. „?. 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP,: V.1' ' FUR1TA or POMPA.''- WAKW1CK HANDICAP : . HA.RLEY ? ?— i- ..I 1. Midge a ? i .. ..;.... 2 ' Kytoe ? 3 ? PACE WEL.TER : ^ . M1RABEXU ? ?? ?? 1 Hoole .. .. .. ? 2 Mllheur ? ? 3 KENSINGTON RACES. MAIDEN HANDICAP : First Division. WALLINGFOHD or ? ROSE TUCK. Second Division. CASHIER or JOAN. . FLYING HANDICAP : STARFIELD ? 1 Whisper ? '2 Rcdloum ? 3 FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP : MIMER LASS or ROSE E. THIRTEEN-THREE HANDICAP : HONEYMOON ? 1 My Dove ? 2 ? Taman ? 3 ENCOURAGE STAKES : AUEON or LADY SYDNEY. FOUIITEEN-TWO HANDICAP : REAL SILK ? 1 Orchid ? 2 'Pjfua ? 3 KENSINGTON HANDICAP : ARILIAX ? , Simile Maid ? ? ? i Resolved ? ? J
FLYN O'THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXI. (Cont.).—CROSS CURRENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH nv R/r A n-T RAD I f\WT Author of 'Crip. Cormao,' 'Th« Cilrn of Iht BY MAUUt, BAKLiUW. a.do«r.' 'The Storcl of th. Bl.ok Boj,' to. [ALL RIGHTS ItICSERVKD.1 CHAPTER XXI. (Cont.).— CROSS CURRENTS. '?ehe Impossibility of ever undcrpt-inilin;,' hl.i wcmenfolk was one ot the things . to whh-'i .Samuel had reconciled himself, so he merely .-i;;hed, and glanci-l deprei-atlngly at Aunt Ton T'in, whose liusine.'-R it was tn mother his airl-. ?in,! doctor tl.elr mental and [.liyslnil ,-iilnicnts; lii 1 1 \ II n t Tnn.Tnii \vu .. I n t out tmnti :i tiiiTf ?)?' il. rlln wool-work, and Hficd her eyes just on to look at the dock and remark In a pvirriiu t'.nc of satisfaction that Mickey's Ian hours I:-. C-ilnhecn were wearing fust a way. Ella wlp.-.l s. mi- fugitive tears iilf lier cheeks, and Cjurv lit her lip and .-.tond sto.-k still. She l:ad fo. n-ittcn tin; puppy until that moment. It prj THLBATHS AT PLYMOUTH (ENG.). CUT INTO THE HOCKS ON THE OCEAN BEACH. ? ? ? il'...
CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
CYCLING NOTES ® By 'BLUE STREAK.' ® «♦ Cycllcts1 Union'.-, Club Saturday meeting at the Sports Gj-oumi this afternoon so there's tcuK '° be-'S b'JS:'' ''tcrnoon'a raelnS f« »»«? One or the earliest events announced woo tho Lclchhardt dub's mile, and i-loac on its heels followed the Eastern Suburbs club's' handicap over the name distance. Newcastle Amateur club Is holding a five miles rare for which .IS riders are entered, this afternoon. -A three miles match Is also to be ?Jeclded blkv-en J. Taylor and E. Pnrker. Tay lor conceding noso'i1. start to Porker. Tho experiment of the Rcdfcrn Bicycle club I in promoting a one hour race, which, by the way, followed on a less-known six hours' eveni. promoted by tho Kurri Kurrl Amateur club. Is being followodln several quarters. The League of N.S.W. Wheelmen l» to decide a one hour, and also a six flours' teams race next wee!; end, and the Cessnock club also speaks of a six hours' for 'February. It la olso probable that the Rcdtcrn club ?will...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
vhoreforo, bo no question of -ny refarenco balng mide or reflection conveyed concerning any living crrfan or any pubJta body or cqmptny. , Insist on having M THE REAL BRAND OF Swiss Milk Aio you collecting tho cardi for Tobltr'« A|.' bum ? When completed ,we give 10/ worth of Chocolatei free of ''charge. Printed »nd Published 'by 'Alfred Hcrbtrt '. Hoir'nrd Aldwortb, for the 'Sundsy Tiroes' Xcwfpaper' Co., ? Limited,-«t-ihVorsCe-of juso -Company.. I3araar_ia Cajtlercosh-iitrcet, Sydney, January is, 1013,, ?'
AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
AT THE THEATRE. WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. (By 'BOZ.') THE THEATRES. nut MUESTVs.-'Thc SuMhine Girl.' IHKATRK HOY.M..— 'Fnnt ' CRITERION.— ??MIlMtonc. ' ?pu^i'.'J1— 'Tilc M-''k -M t^ Woman. I'ALACE. — 'Tlic I'ariMi Priest.' ? THE VARIETY THEATRES. THE TIVOLI.-Patty Fnnl; Troup*. Pn7v?.-i-'U' ?''''?IHKATIt: .-Hush Llm-d. .MOOHK PARK.— Hu,l Atkir.wn'a |how. NEW MUSICAL, COMEDY. The members of the Roynl Comedy Opera Company at Her Majesty's, who were so suc cessful In 'Florodora.' will to-night iSa.ur day) cut a dash In the first Australian per formance of 'The Sunshine Girl.' Mr. An drew MucCunn will conduct the new musical comedy. The principals aro Lord Blccster. Mr Leslie Hollard ; Vernon Blundell (who has Inherited tho Sunshine soapworkB), Mr. rrank Greene ; Commodore Parker (of the works' line of barges), .Mr. Claude Banlock ; nodson (mana ger of the works), Mr. Arthur Lissant ; Step ncyak (foreign manager at the soap works). Mr. Edward Nablc ; Floot (an ei-caSmau), Mr. Jack Cannot ; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
?V-ATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE. -^ Manasili* Dirrct.ir ? 11K.V. J. FULLER. BRENNAN-FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE. KVKHY KVF.MNi; AT 6. Malim-0, UrilncMluys and Saturdays. A BIG BILL TO-DAY. 1'ir-t Appiur.iMii-. Phut irnm London, per 11. M.S. Omnih. i-m-IuhIvo KiWEcinrnt of ALBERT— ATHAS AND COLLINS— LIZZIE THE rio~NKKKS OF lli'RLKSQLli IHIAMA. HUGH LLOYD, ' Wondrrful Hounding Hope Acriilist. / ? LEONARD NELSON; ? MARTE ann'.MARTK. S1.AVIN and 'THOMPSON, N'EI.I.IK KOI.I.l:. IVI.A THOMPSON, KRED. m rilANWN. JACK SHIELDS. F.SMV DUO. VKRNF. and SMITH, 'TKD IIKRBERTE. 'Saturday -.Xiziu I'rirrs : 3/-, 'i,'-j. 1,'. Plau at Theatre. No Booking l'ce. Ko Early Doors. .. .
THE SURFERS AT PLAY AND SPORT [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
THE SURFERS AT PLAY AND SPORT, iBj- 'ONE OK THEM.') The Manly Utc-Savlng C.md's annual surf carnival on Saturday last was tbe best ever wit n.sseil on the beaches of New S-juth Wales. 1 13 chief organiser waa Mr. Arthur Holmes, au old hen. secrctury uf Ihe New South Wales Rowing Association, who Is to be congratula.ed on ihe 1!). rougbnesa Mith which It was carried -jut. The pro:c3»ion. otartlng at :-3 from (lie .Vauiy 1 icr. iiiarchiii iiown tnc Corso 10 Ih O;inii Kea.-n, mid «.is licadcl by the Manly Uoiiu, unu lolnn-.eii t.;- .Hi; compctiturj. .v was a no\cl tfiglit, a:iu proveu very attructlve tu thoiiKunus. The Drat event -jn Ihe beach, ihe Grand In;ade. waa won by Freshwater, ihe Fancy ' cjtume I'arartc «;ii~ judged In three cicslnns— comical cuH'.iimr. L-.a-aUbmlncu character, an! 1'ibt gruup. The most co-niui .os'.umc was won bv J Iteynolds a« -ihe 1 .all 11. tnc : urt. ' 'i l-.c i.st fllstlllnoil iharactc; v.a» «..,. 1} K. La: .dies n- ?i^wle}.' mm me croup ».,, Jt,urert by...
TENNIS TALK. ENGLISH TEAM AT STRATHFIELD RICE WINS THE RUBBER WITH THE ENGLISH CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
^TENNIS TALK. © 8». -AUSTRAL.' ® © ENGLISH TEAM AT STRATH FIELD RICE WINS THE RUBBER WITH THE ENGLISH CAPTAIN. The British tennis team at StrntbDcld on Wednesday, In ;, scries of matches with a mlxe 1 team, principally chosen from metropXa, I ?hVfCnr»' altr'u'''1 n K'11' 'le«l of Interest, aud tlie tournament was .-. marked success. fiel,. c--?.tU1] whc1 'hc l'on-'lttec of the Strath field club have charge, with-. Messrs. IHmtl-r ! 'vn t -I ' *™'*'» «t '-'? holm. sii ,h „„ «vnt as mcrrllv as inc nrnverhiai m...i hell, and the diib's fund. louW profit '' The results, though extremely flattering -o bclnc' ftHh'' '':ln°l b° lakc' !-crlou3l--' there neing, with on« exception Dlxon v ni, ? atmosphere of hilarity throughout «ch »««!. In the first, Bcaml«h v. Mnrsli Beamish in Sr.'.*'1 'h_ree «'' Kccp.Sk ^'^''Lne'nc . tes Mrs, ,i ~ 'H 1 Bearalsh's grace 0; movement and easy style KHe. one the mnrp«in- n._. i._ , _ . '. .' '? ' overenirir'ii^-^fH'--' A NEW STAR. Though ronimtis-lin nervousl...
ROWING WITH THE PROFESSIONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
ROWING © . By 'AQUA.' © WITH THE PROFESSIONALS. Patrons of professional fcullins are belns particularly well lalcrerl for Just nov. To-dny Frank Hron and rilff 1'li-kerlns meet in light sklrfr on the Parrnmalta. ne.it Saturday Charlie Towns moeCi Alf Fclton for the champlonshlji or Australia, anil three weeks later James I'ail.lon Is billed to meet Felton. not' nran and Pickering are lusty scullers, each with a very fair following. Pickering Is. perhaps, the more matured of ihe two anl nelphliiK h stone and a half heavier than his opponent, he Is milch ndmlred by bis friends. He ir. a man of sterling grit, and whatever eli-e may be cald of him. he may be relied on 10 nnlsli hum. ann die game. Bran, on fhe other hand, in not quite so seasoned, and although he is lighter, he Is considered to be the more scientific. Tbe skiffs that the men are rowing in arc on the light side, and as Bran'haa had ihe advantage of some tuition from the Grand OM Man of rculllnsc. ex-champlon 'Bill' Beach,...
GOLF GOSSIP By "THE COLONEL." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
GOLF GOSSIP ® ft B» -THE COLONEL.' - ® T):erc Is very little solt being played o;i any of the link:; in Sydney at present. Ccneord and Manly arc playing their continu ous i-ompetltiono. which will occupy another Tlie following nre. some of l,13f Satur day's matches :— At lionnlc Doon an 18 hcle stroke competition took place and resulted In a He between ,E. J. IJuran 87-11-70 and C. .«. Harris tu-i— z»— ii-, tnc next best being p J. Alcorn 87— n-78, H. \V. Johnson 87—9—78 s' S. Dingle 91—16—78, and J. A. Cooper 36 — 18 — 7S.' At Dobroyde a bogey competition was held which resulted In H. F. Jones (handicap 11) being 2 up on toRcy. H. L. Clissold 16) 1 up F. S. Sher.stone (I) square, Davidson' (7) square' and T. Jones (17) 1 down. At Killara a men's fourfiomea v.-as played and resulted in a win for C. E. Graham and G W Glllesple v.iih a return of S5— 6— 79. At Driimmoyne a stroko competition took plnce, and resulted as follows : R. R. 'Farrier 93-17^-76, W. F. Smith SB— 11— 77, ' F. Co...
MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
MOTORING. I The next motor boating fixtures In Sydce7 arc the Annireisary Regatta events on -Monday I week. As no doubt, niott of tne fast hyd.ro 1 planes now available In 1-ort Jachson -will a« 1 competing, as well as the speedy dlsplacomaai I boats, the racing should be worth tcoing. I ? I The Australasian champlonEblp contest last I Saturday proved JuU a5 conclusive a victory I lor Mr. Anthony Hordcrns four-years old hy t droplanc Kangaroo, us have any ot Uo previous three contests. She dashed away into me lead In the first mile, and alte; .'ards there ivas only one In It. Rainbow ran second, being defeated In straight heats, and none of the competitors ac complished any o( the sensational times put us in private trialF. In Kangaroos c;-3c-. victory was so eapy a: not id render it necessary for her to chow her hand: Rainbow ;t js said! was again unfortunate, and lujurc-a her propcllor on Saturday morning. Meteor was making a game fight in the first heat, but after goins a couple ...
AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY'S £1000 RETAINING FEE. REMARKABLE ACTION BY FATHER OF WILLIAM HUXLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 18 January 1913
AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY'S £1000 RETAINING FEE. nKMAJ.KABLB ACTION BY FA'EHEH OB! W1LUA.M HUXJLEY. (FROM THE LONDON 'EVENING NEWT.') The earnings of a famous Australia- boy Jockey were mentioned In a rcmarjca-blo action before Mr. Justice Kve In London last month. Mr. P. O. Lawrence said the motion was oao to dismiss an action whicb bud been orouglu In Ihe name of an infant and make the next jest friend of the Infant pay the costs. Al-i ternately, it wnB contended that tho action was not for tnc benefit of the Infant. - The writ wus In the name of William Huxley, ? uy xjrncsi Austin rui-Mtv, tnc i«Luer, ana uexe . best friend, and was Icaued against Ki .?naru ' Wootton the well-known Epsom trainer. It wns set 0111 In the claim that the Infant, who' k?h apprenticed to Mr. Wootton, was entitled' tc certain large sums of money which .Mr. . Wootton had received for Ihe plaintiff and ru fuscd lo account. IIUXJUEY'S CAASSlt. The plaintiff claimed an account of all sums received and paid by the d...
ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. I The 'magpie' grata track was iu use, und provitldl I gw)t| going. DcJjuUnle led .Mj!i LiJc over ihe lurloH^a Jn l.(j. Dukni ami Uudnor -j)rinteil three furlong, und 1 Dr. Hart got over -ix lurlongs iu 1.20. A mile was run by Patrimony iti l.iti, easily. t.'alvinia und Dorcca (5. uere not fully ^Mended over live furlongs, but Hub** j Humptoa ran half a mile in ulitcc. Hot Air und t in I cmaiti ran six furlongs at th roe-parts pace. I.eta and llrittany movetl ireeJy over fovea furlongs. Wool and j iorul;t *purtod alony the lwci:, and Kinita went at a 1.4?. ' ' Several '.-pecial' gallops were done on the outer part of the coijr.-e proper. Lodiuno and Walu ' registered a mile in l.lll, liniihing together. I'iastfc acc-omttlisiied a circle iu Nuogilla ran five fuiionyi m 1.7. while Colden Hop and I'cronclla put three-quarters ot a mile just in l.Ul, IlaUhing together. Hallowmas nm / [the laM mile. of a ftronjf ruuml iu ].47j. Alured ne* gotiMted -cven ...
VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
VICTOHIA I'AIHv. Thursday. | The outer portion of the grass track was available 1 this tuornii;g. Cadmiia and (iunilla ran a mile on thn course proper in 1.30 ea-ily. Nuwura Kliva ran six furlongs;, the la.-t half-mile being ticked in 33*ec. De lara registered pace work. On the middle grass Lady Ibex rattled off five fur lone* iu 1.7. Mustanha easily ran mpvcii furl(n-?^ In 1.4S, nnd Malt Blossom put in a tiolid half-mile. Allimiumite was not all out to cover seven furlongs iu 1.43, while Prince Lack put up the same time for a like trip. Cool Air and Careel negotiated *ix fur longa iu 1.1^'. Mavus ran six furlongs in 1.20. On the tau Coronata ran seven furlongs in 1.38. Bonnie Ben traversed half a mile iu 3 4 see. Tingle, Jack Hinton, Sir Howard, Pompfrey, Svlvander, Valmia. Rue Victoria. Muttama, (ireat Chiel, Miss Luuj, and Pedestrian each recorded .1 useful ta*k.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
ROSEBERY RICES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 14.2 1IA1DEX HANDICAP, CO „ms. . 1-J (urlonss. 11.1 HANDICAP, 00 tovs. 5 furlongs. NOVICE HANDICAP, (-0 sovr,. 5J furlonjs. ItOSEBEnY HANDICAP, SO fovs. JS furlongF. H.O HANDICAP, 70 tovs. 4t furl(in;s. I t , 'i HANDICAP, TO sovs. .'.1 furlongs. ?APPROVED STAKES HANDICAP, SO sovs. 1 milo. NOMINATIONS Ol.nSf! ut ?- p.m. MONDAY, riCIIIU'AUY a, 1013. For further particulars ice Programme.'. J. INDEIUUIX. Strritary.
ATHLETIC GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
(athletic gossip] j © By 'MENTOR.' ^ I The Druids' spurts nt the Show Ground will bo the holiday attraction for nnifUeur athlcteB next Monday, when four handicap* .intl u on-i mile relay race will form the oventn to l)»s iontebted. The 100yds handicap, which id the lirst race, will be decided in eeven heats, and if tho majority of those nominated take I,al', bomo excellent aprintins is promised. I- . C* Madclcy and K. K. Hansman may b.wo Die flrst hc«*\t between tbem, tlio next should result tn a ? ? ««-ck i» t\' stiiwart and 1. Kergu«on. T. K. Beuvor appears good for th. third. The fourth may result in.A* Ho1! „ \ir 1*. Coles gaining the places. *-? aIJa j V. Booth may annex the fifth, the next * tai n . out In favor of C. H. Harwood, and the luai may be won by J. Sloman or H. J. O Donnell. The nccond event will be tho chase, and this item appears good for the back markers, neratch man J. . \V. I-rajer ^ M . J; McCarthv (15yds). and T. U. Cole U»d8), \\Uh C. Bonbam and H. O. I3cll ...
GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
I GOLF GOSSIP I I © 3* 'THE COLONEL.' ® Owing to tbe sultry weather on Saturday last,' the attendances on the various coif links were very small. Nevertheless, there were sonic good cards returned at some of the links. At the Dobroyde Club, the stroke competition was won by A. Dunn, with a return of going out iu 47, and rctttrning lu -W. (J. B. Thomas, J. .S. Darton. and -». Arnold tying fi r second place with returns of 77. The Klllnra Golf Club held a bogey eonipctl I t;on. which resulted In an easy win for J. S. ! Thom. Tiie following were the boFt. scores : J. S. Thom l f' l. I up : J. J. Brewster (Si. jiquare; W. A. Pardon (10, square. The 'B' grade was won by 0. (). Dangar (111. II down, 0. Howe (IU). 5 down, returning Ihe next be»t card. The Bonnie Doon Bogey Competition was won by H. W. McLellnnd (1), who returned a square card.. » The next best returns were S. S, Dingle (11), I down, K. Ahken (I), I down, and R. J. Dorati i7), 1 down. Thy Concord Golf Club's continuous comp...