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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

E-AWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. UICE. lMFOItTEIt OF LAWN THN'NIS REQUISITES. 6LAZIiNCKU. A Vitus, SPALDING i DAVIS IIACEETS llACK ::is ItlCPAHlliD AND ltESTHUNd. Ground Floor, EquiUb'e Buildings, ?Vhtsu:. .City, 2119, . OliOftflli FTjtrr.y,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

KENSINGTOT RACES WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1913 M.UIIK.X IIANMCAl', ot TO tovs. 31 furlongs. Loivfet weight, 7.7. KI.VlNtS HANDICAP, of 70 sovs. 3 furlong*. Lowest \wigln, b-t. H.m HANDICAP, of 70 -uvs. 4J furlongs. Lowest ? weight, 7.7. i:ni -»i i: \*it: stakes handicap, of co «-vs oj fur ious*. I-oucM weight, 7.7. Jl.t HAND/CAP, of t»i- n)vs. 5 furlongs. Lowest wf-igln, 7.V. KENSINGTON HANDICAP, of 100 -ovi. 1 mile. I.owe-t 11.2 ^l.\N I HCAP, of 70 H.VH. o\ furlongs. Lowv.-t Wright, 7.7. NOMINATIONS CLOSE 3 P.M. on THURSDAY NEXT, JANUARY 51, 1013. WEIGHTS 'ill lo «li'i'bir.'l on ur about SATURDAY, Fi:»Rl'.AKY 1, 1913. For further particular see programme.,. J. UNDERHILL, Secrcurv. KENSINGTON RACES

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TENNIS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

?TENNIS TALK. | «) By 'AUSTRAL.' fff Thcrr. were, of course, various ?Jtlier matter* of interest, but rcullv no one was vastly Inter ested lu anything In the Test match. England v. Aurtrulla. rave the one great question— Would Iirookcs be able to shake oJT the furious attack of the Irish crack, und how would he do it V Would he adhere solely to his not-rushing tactics, or would he adopt some device to prevent Parke making such drives. If tho fnr | mer, and Parke again showed that he was driving i as he did lu Melbourne, then clearly .Brookes must have been off form In the Davis Cup. If the latter, then Brookes would still hi» the master player; but ho would have to cull v.. reserves of ability, nnd re-develon the old hnrd-drivlng capacity on which he at one time replied, mainly to plsivo him, as it mtod ♦ - to before IMS, at the top of Australiun tennis as a hard hitter. Of (?jurAo. there were other solution?. Brookes might still rise to Ills height nnd bo beaten by a better man, so...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES v. VICTORIA. BAD START BY VISITORS—SIX WICKETS FOR 81 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES v. VICTORIA. BAD START BY VISITORS— SIX WICKETS FOR SI RUNS. At the Sydney Cricket Ground, at noon. Vic toria started tho return match with New South Wales. Going in on a good wicket, thev lost six wickcts for SI runs by luncheon. Bracher was bowled by Maasie for 7, E*V. Carroll caught by Kelleway off Massle for 12. Baring bowled by Kelleway for 19, 'Seitz and Ryder stumped by Lane off Hordern for 13 and 2 respectively, E. L. Carroll bowled by Massie. with Matthews 5_and Armstrong 1' the not-out batsmen.

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THE BILLIARD POINTER. A WONDERFUL APPLIANCE FOR BILLIARD PLAYERS. SHOWS WHERE THE OBJECT BALL SHOULD BE OR HAS BEEN STRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

THE BILLIARD POINTER. A WONDERFUL APPLIANCE FOR ! billiard players, I SHOWS WHERE THE OBJECT HALL SHOULD BE OU HAS BEEN STRUCK. I \ I (By SYDENHAM DIXON, In 'The Field.' ) / | From time to time various mechanlcnl appll 1 attecs have been invented with the idea of ?assisting tho novice at billiards, but I canna: (.all to mind one that has been of any great service iti this respect, or has come into any thing like general use.- Most of these have been cf a very simple and elementary nature, and iu this the Billiard Pointer (Invented by Colonel C. M. Western, late R.A., and manufactured by .Messrs. AsCon nnd Mander, 6L Old Comptou strcet, Soho, London) differs widrly from them, for it could only have been invented by ouu who was -\ great billiard theorist, and, lu addi tion, a master of mathematics. In attempting to give n lucid description of It 1 am con fronted with a considerable difficulty. It Is an entirely new Instrument, accomplishing a num ter ot things that have never previous...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

WHIvSIiY / | HAVE IT IN J ' J j 'BLACK and WHITE' AMD AVOID ARGUMENTS 'Golden jew' ^ ' Irresistibly «5j?«al 10 «1J Connoisseur, I EXODISITE FLAVOR 1 AND Heavy^Ccdar j I EXACT A SAMPLE LOT OF S CIGARS, /(S 3 SIZE =ACKED IN A CEDAR BOX ? fe/HJ » 8 MICK SSESM®NS, LT©., Ha„S eT^ane J BRANCHES : CITY AND SUBURBS, AND NEWCASTLE. I VICTORIA PARK RACES WEDNESDAY NEXT 162 Entries 162 Entries DE CROHN'S VICE-REGAL BAND ON THE V.'N. FIRST RACE 2 P.M. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES. nXK PENNY FARE FROM CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION. H. COIP'ROFT. Secretary V.P.R.C. ' ROSEBERY RACES NEXT SATURDAY, FEB. I, 1913. NOVKT. HANDICAP, 70 j^v?. 3 ; furWss. I ItOSKHKItV 1 1 A M -H 1 VI', !?,» 5ov-. 1 ir.ilc. I'LYINC. HANDICAP, 7U 3 [ fii:l-«ngs. 14.0 HANDICAP. ??' furlongs. 1 1 .1 HANDICAP, 00 so\-. 3{ furlong?. j 14. 'J HANDICAP, Tu »r.?. luiloiijj*. 1J.3 HANDICAP, 00 »o\-. 4, Mrlo:gr. ! L'-wom weight !n each Racc, 7st. Tib. NOMINATIONS CI.OSK 3 p.m. TUESDAY NLXT, JANUAKV 'A LIMITS will be declared ...

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BILLIARDS VICTORIA GIVES WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

j BILLIARDS I -2» By ' DROP'CANNOH 0 VICTORIA GIVES WAV. The Rood news that our ufiimlly querulous inter Stale. Victoria, has agreed- to 'allow' year's Australasian amateur championship -o bv playeu in Pristine will bo pleasant read ier lo our northern brother cueiats. Of course. ;r-o Victorian Association could not very well hr»ve objected, Inst year a now* round war. started In Melbourne, and thoy have a leg-In. It was good old .New South Wales that pave i way, lit its usual motherly stylo. Tills year R J v w her turn, but. knowing that the Ansoclatlon i:» the northern capital was a struggling con tern, the event wan handed over with the best of pood wls*itr- for Its bantling's success. The event will probably be put on In August, when Queensland's big exhibition takes place, and II South nnd West Australia arc represent ed, In addition to N.S. Wales. Victoria, an-) fh-» home State, a billiard carnival will take ?daco that should draw quite a mob of visitors from the south, as Bri...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

BOWLS AND BOWLERS ot jt BY 'JACK HIGH.' * J- Loaded bowls, Like loaded dice, Suggest daylight robbery ! Were 1 an M.D., and able to operate, I'd ge: rid of bowlers' brain trouble — vanity. In politics, to win, a party must keep agl- j tating. I Hence this effort to help locals to learn tho | A Conservative, 'tis said, is too timid to fight: too fat to run. A conservative bowler is too vain to listen, ri.d too dense to learn. greenr. Big pots generally mean bad bowlai but it's as interesting as a hit out of the ground for six. In the West recently. In the SwanFree masons' game, won by the former, one (S- rink, which eventually finished 2 down, opened on a very fa.st green by putting its whole eight bowls In the ditch. For instance, in tho Mr-sraan-N. Sydney pen nant 'go,' Walker saved eight with an abso lute draw. It was a beautiful draw— a big sweeping curve past blocks to finish the abso lute shot. *? Another Western note : Fremantlc rink, wanting four to win against Cottcsloc, sco...

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ENGLISH OPINIONS OF DAVIS CUP WIN. Australia's Standard is Higher in Doubles Than in Singles. PARKE'S SUCCESS IS CLAIMED TO ILLUSTRATE SUCCESS OF BACK-COURT, HARD-DRIVING STROKES AS AGAINST VOLLEYING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

ENGflSHlPilONS OF DAVIS CUP WIN. Australia's Standard is Higher in Doubles Than in Singles. PARK&'S SUCCESS IS CLAIMED TO ILLUd TH.VTE SUCCESS 01' BACK-COURT, HARD DRIVING STROKES AS AGAINST . * VOLLEYING. (By WALLIS MYERS, In 'The Field.') More than one conclusion may be drawn I from the result of the Davis Cup match at I Melbourne. The flrst. and perhaps the chief, I is that the decay in English strokes nnd method?, over which prejudiced observers have waxed eloquent ever r-ince the Doherlyfc re tired — and even before — does not really exist. Lawn tennis, like wine, must have its 'vin- tages.' its good years and its bad. Moreover,' it is a game to which its exponents, no matter how richly they may be endowed by nature, both physVcally and temperamentally, must serve a definite apprenticeship. Some (the liardest-ftbred or the best favored with leisure for practhre) obtain championship rank before others, who may possess more skill ; but a ? hampion was never yet born who w...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TRUFFIER'S DEFEAT OF SYD. SULLIVAN IS THE SURPRISE OF THE SEASON. THE VICTOR DESERVES HIS SUCCESS AGAINST PLUCKY ANTAGONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

TRUFFIER'S DEFEAT OF SYD. SULLIVAN IS THE SURPRISE OF THE SEASON. THE VICTOR DESERVES HIS Sl'CCESS AGAINST PLUCKY ANTAGONIST. 'Vive .la Frame ! Vive la France ! When .lean Pne.sy fleioated Hock Keys two weeks ago, a young French ladv and a Svclnev girl friend were among the spectators. In the closing rounds, whii,. |»oesV was punishing Hock and trvinc hard to land a kiwek-nut blow. Mademoiselle, in high glee, applauded, as sho repealed with crsutrv 'Vive La France !' The ..... ».? .v .in: no longer allowed to witness me bouts on Saturday nights, otherwise that par ticular lady might turns snug 'The Marseillaise' when Leon Trmllier triumphed Few of those in the {airly large attendance at the Stadium on Wednesday night anticipated the triumph of Leon Truffler. the French feather, over Syd. Sullivan, the e\-f«-ather-weight cham pion of New South Wales. And not one dreamt for a moment that it 'would be necessary for the latter's seconds to throw in the towel in order to save their man u...

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ORIGIN OF THE CRAWL STROKE IN SYDNEY SWIMMING. AN OLD-TIMER TELLS OF ITS EARLY VOGUE AND OF AN ABORIGINAL EXPONENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

ORIGIN OF THE CRAWL STROKE IN SYDNEY SWIMMING. AN OLD-TIMER TELLS OK ITS EARLY VOGUE AND OF AN ABORIGINAL EXPONENT. Mr. J. Rooney writes :— 'Sir.—As a native of Sydney, and an ardent lover of the art of swim ming, I have read Mr. Healy's articles in tho j 'Sunday Times' and 'Referee* on the subject j with a great deal of pleasure. My object lu I writing now is to sua^ort Mr. Healy's »onten- I tlon In reference to the 'crawl stroko.' There Is ' n6 doubt, as he says, that the Cavllls were the first to brins' it prominently before the publht. hilt they certainly could not claim to be the ori ginators of the stroke. In the old da.va there were r.o .Twimmlng clubs,, and I think, as far as niv memory serves, vlth one excrptlon. no swimming matches, and iny memory carrics me buck over yearn to the old Ffgtrer? bathing place (no pilrn In tho;:r days) in tie early*: SO'?', rortie r;it hi:' in-'.f s tir-nnrrd {Severn 1 «i. j ^ Which took i-lutR at Jiohinson's flaths (the old ship hulk), ouo o...

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LARRY FORAN BEATS JACK RALTON IN A PECULIAR CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

LARRY FORAN BEATS JACK R ALTON | IN A PECULIAR CONTEST* Larry Foran. who romc time ago was the most promising middle-weight seen for many a day, beat a much lighter man in Jack Rafton. , of Tasmania, in twelve uninteresting rounds on Tuesday night at the opening of the R. and T. Club's new hall at. Newtown. Larry's showing was a good imitation of tho methods of a man boxing an opponent whom he knew he could beat, yet exercised sufficient restraint to refrain, from doing so in short order. From go to stop be did little more than block and pose and on a few occasions send In a left hc*jk to the side of the head. His block ing was, no doubt, clever, and his striking of attitudes, from au artist's point of view, looked good, but those who pay to see a contest ex pected him to show his opponent that he could plant n stinging biow. Iji a rally nearing the end of the ninth round the men put their heads together and swung lefts nnd rights to tho body ? in the manner boxers usually d-? when ...

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WORLD'S SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. The Attempt to Cut Harry Pearce Out og Barry Race. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

WORLD'S SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. The Attempt to Cut Harry Pearce Out of Barry Race. Quite tin- tulk o: the town in sporting circlc* generally, ai.d .?tnunp.^i supporters of rowins in {Articular. i\is ii-en the statement that Die at Arnst has i:nld..| a ihullongc fo Ernest Barry, to row for ?h' world's ch;impioDbhlp, and tha; the ox-champi'i;; .-himji first race, in addition to this was tii- .-t.i t- ru'iii that if Barry did not accept An:-1 - li.» II i./e, the New Zealandcr vould, or inigh:. !;uu» ih^ title, in justicc to .Irndt, let it be s.ud v.« -ive him credit for far too much 3t»nre t-- tuak- »u*.-h a statement. As Bjarry is definitely m.!'. h« -i with Harry I'earcc, auj the date of their race fixed, thia attcmp. to cut out 1'car ?? iuis mu with no approval. Ibc Arm stand ;-y ikirry, .\no makes it qulto clear that, r.o i.« 1 ;\- hv i- coucrncd, Pcarcc will have tlrat i.r . is only whiit on«! would ex poct from the cii.implon. No process, of spccial pleading can hu- .-erjsfuily pu...

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WELSH AND MEHEGAN. SOME REFLECTIONS ON A GREAT CONTEST. MEHEGAN SAYS HE "IS NOT ASHAMED TO BE BEATEN BY SUCH A CLEVER BOXER AS WELSH. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

WELSH AND MEHEGAN. SOME REFLECTIONS ON A GREAT CONTEST. MEHKGAN SAYS HE 'IS NOT ASHAMED TO BE BEATEN BY SUCH A CLEVER BOXER -AS WELSH. (By T.C.W. In the 'Sporting Life.') It is generally agreed that the championship i contest at the National Sporting Club between I Freddy Welsh und Hughlc Mehegan, was at 1 once one of the finest, one of the clevercs:, and one of the cleanest ever seen in England, i There are those who grumble at th: amount of in-fighting, but they arc in the minority, and must surely be very-hard-to-please people. Finer work than that put forward by Freddy Welyh could not reasonably have been expec ted of any man. aud it is not too much to say that he boxed better on this occasion than champion he rertainly and if the Americans have an/ doubts on the point a second meet ing with Willlo Ritchie will ^oon oonvluci them, A magnificent lo?er was the Australian, i Hughl^-Mehegan. not so ;nuch because he took ! his defeat so well, and by his title speech settled all argum...

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TEMPERAMENT IN TENNIS. THE PART IT PLAYS. ALLIED WITH OTHER QUALITIES IT MAKES NORMAN BROOKES STANDS APART. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

TEMPERAMENT IN TENNIS. THE PART IT PLAYS. ALLIED WITH OTHER QUALITIES IT MAKES NORMAN BROOKES STANDS APART, (By 'NOT OUT.') 1 My colleague ?'Austral' and I occasionally un I sheath our rapier^dr bludgeons— and make a ' | verbal lunge at one another on the relative excellence of lawn tennis and crickct as games. It may not be correct, but 1 fancy my admira tion for lawn tennis Is greater than his for cricket. He is as deeply interested In his game as I am in mine. Since the Davis Cup matches took place iu Melbourne he has sounded the praise of 'lawn tennis so eloquently that 1 found a desire to see Hrookes v. l'arko growing stronger day by day. Atoordlnglv to Double Hay 1 w-nt last week, and enjoyed the play immensely. But as game succeeded game, and the procession of players brought out one champion after another, 1 iound that even more than the pacr. accuracy and sting of the service, tho unexpe tcdness of the returns from seemingly Impossible posl-. tlon^, and the cat-like quickne...

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BOXING WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

| . BOXING WORLD. , 1 BY 'SOLAR PLEXUS.' jt Pat Bradley and his trainer, Jim Russell left . for Brisbane on Wednesday. He will meet God frey at the Olympic Club next Saturday night. Hock Keys will be in better trim for to night's contest than he was against Poesy two Saturday nights back, states his trainer, Jum- , mer Farrcll. 'You will find Arthur Douglas greatly im proved for his contest with Jim Armstrong next Monday night,' Is the opinion of his manager. 'Constant Reader'* (Newtown) i Hock Keys beat Tatts in H rounds at the Golden Gate on November 29. ISOO. Kelly Mansfield arrived in Melbourne n few days baek In anticipation of meeting Bill Sontcr there next Monday. More than a week ago I received articles of agreement In connection with this match from the Melbourne Pavilion \ people, requesting me to get the pair to sign. Mansfield has done so, but Sonter has not, though It has not been for the want of asking. FERRIS AND MULQUEEN. In the ten rounds preliminary, Reg Ferris and...

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FREDDY WELSH PAYS A TRIBUTE TO HUGHIE MEHEGAN. "WOULD WALK THROUGH A LOT OF THE AMERICAN LIGHT-WEIGHTS." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

FREDDY WELSH PAYS A TRIBUTE TO HUGHiE MEHEGAN. . 'UOVLD WALK THROUGH A LOT -)V THIS AMERICAN LIGHT-WEIGHTS.' 'Mehcgan Is one of the strongest and fairest light-weights I've ever met. it was a great t contest, and 1 think 1 well won. My win due largely to the excelleut condition 1 was iu, and, had 1 not been so lit, 1 am sure lie would have worn me out. I should like to box him again, and 1 am ctifctldcut the decision would not be altered. '* taid Freddie Welsh after ihij bout with Hughie Mehe:*an. 'I was uot in trouble in any round at all, although he 1 8 certainly very strong and tough. '1 consider n-jw that I have gained my am bition— a light-weight champion «-i tbe wori.i— and If Ritchie disputes this t will only be ton .willing to make a bid for it.' Asked as to what he thought was the toughest contest he had ever had. Welsh replied that lie had had so many contests it made tho question a very ! difficult one to answer. 'This I cun say. though, that Mehcgan is - first-class oppo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 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 MORNING.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

Doctors Recommend '-Gilbey's . Dry Gin

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