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THE BLUEBOTTLE PEST IS THE TERROR OF THE SURFER. HOW TO AVOID THEM—TO TREAT A SUFFERER—AND SOME SCIENTIFIC FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
THE BLUEBOTTLE PEST IS THE TERROR OF THE SURFER. HOW TO AVOID THEM— TO TREAT A SUFFERER— AND SOME SCIENTIFIC FACTS. (By CECIL HEALY, FOR 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE.') The sea hath its pearls,' sighed the romantic | youth as be gazed oceanwards. 'That's all right,' chipped in tho cynic, 'but what about Its bloomin' bluebottles.' The South Steyne, Maaly, and many other beaches, were treated to a severe visitation from these Dreadnoughts, or rather 'Portuguese man-o'-war,' as they arc called, last week-end. Only a few 'scouts' were detected up till about noon, but later on in the day the 'main squadron put in an appearance ana nierauy i bombarded surfers and wrought great havoc 1 amongst them, particularly in the ranks of the women and children. Every now and again a scream of pain would be heard. It did not take long to locate whence it came. The person 'in- terested' saw to that. Talk about 'kicking in the scrum,' why it is nothing to the way a chap 'goes on' when be has a bluebottle fair...
NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA IN THE CRICKET FIELD. FROM 1856—STORY OF THE GAMES—THE PLAYERS—AND INCIDENTS OF OTHER DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
NEW SOOTH WALES AD VICTORIA I THE CRICKET FIELD. FROM 1856-STORY OF THE GAMES— THE PLAYERS-AND INCIDENTS OF OTHER DAYS. (By 'NOT OUT.') What a same of hoary antiquity cricket in our country has become ! The match now being played at tho Sydney Cricket Ground is the 90th between New South Wales and Vic toria, the first having being decided in 1856 on the Melbourne Ground. Fifty-seven Ions vcara have passed since the men of Sydney, in the ante-railway days, braved the heave and fall of tho waves for a week or ho in what, in these uuyo oi p«w«» tun 1. auu v. .»uu steamers, would be termed a cockle-shell. And yet there are a few venerable heroes left to tell the ever-interesting story of bo\t William Tunko, Richard Driver. Harry Milliard, and other trusty henchman, used their willow blades in defcnce of the sticks in the brave days of old. Their stories sound afar like unto a din into the times of La Perousc and Captain Cook. New Sonth Wales has had a run of hucccss rdnce 1001 unprecede...
MANLY SWIMMERS IN NEW ZEALAND. STORY OF THE EFFORTS TO RESCUE AT SUMMER BY TWO OF THE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
MANLY SWIMMERS' IN NEW ZEALAND STORY' OF THE EFFORTS TO RESCUE AT SUMNER BY' TWO OF THE VISITORS. (BY A 'SATURDAY REFEREE' SPECIAL.) « Tho cabled statement flora Xew Zealand to tho Sydney press, relative to the awarding of the Royal Humane Society's medals to Messrs. Tod Solomons ami Hay for courageous attempts to save the life of n roan carried out to sea, does very scant justice to the efforts put forth by the Sydney men. The' Chrlstchureh 'Star' thus describes the incident:— 'The victim, Ernest Charles Bathurat, is aged fifty-nine, and lives at 214 Westminster sirect, st. Atoans. lie was Hurling with his wife, his son, and two men named Rogers and McFadden, nnd, although he w«u; not out of his depth, the undertow carried him off his feet into deep water. The Sydney Surf Bathing Club was giving n demonstration four hundred yards down the beach, and Tod Solomons and Harry Hay sprinted along with a reel. Solotnona got half-way out to Bathurst, who made a signal a hundred yards off, ...
SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
SAILING j - ' (By 'TOM CRINGLE.') j j An Item of interest to yachtsmcn Is given on pi'Sc S. A ItAItE GOOD 'UN IS KISMET. Kljfaint. by -winning tho lSft Championship of Australia, proved herself h rare good 'un In a hard breeze. Dunn's judgment In the matter of canvas carried, of course, was a contributing feature of no little slgulllcance towards stic ccss. , . . Had Australian not been over*canvassed what a ding-dong go would have been served up to the thousands who Journeyed down the smiling waters of Tort Juekson ! There should be something doing to-day when thesa two flyers meet. Another boat whose chanees of success were diminished by -being over-canvassed, nnd hav ing too big a crew, was the QueenHander, Vanity. She did not impress me as being ono that would carry sail,, n-i her inld.Vn'.p section shows too much rise of floor. Consequently, when ofT the - wind, she rolled b'idly. Let's hope her record of bad luck has closcd with last Saturday's mishap. Westana and Eurus* had a...
BALMAIN AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. 10th Round—January 18 and 25. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
BALMAIN AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION, ! 10th Round— January lb and 23. A GRADE.— St. John's Globe A v. Leichhardt Hill, Canal No. 2. II. Martin and J. liaker; Goxernn-en: Dockyard v. Baltnain Ramblers. Extern P.ntk. A. E. Brcniuii and W. Thackeray; Pyrmont Rctln-Ty v. Annan dale, Canal No. 1, W. Hinder anJ R. Wil-un; B GRADE. -Anna ndalc Tntalgar v. Ix-ic..«tirdt Oak*, j Canal No. j, W. Rugg and .1. Mason; Five Dock v. Balmain Mascottc. Fi»« Dock N ». J, A. Lo,. |y jnd M. .Meade; .Aififie.'d tVIuyri v. f.eichhurdt -.'entral, Canal No. J. Glanville and II. Glanville; Lcicnhardt Fern- | ieigh and Orange Gro\c have the byes. 1 O GRADE. — St. Bcdus v. BJhnain Federal, Five Dock ' No. 2, A. McFarlaoe and J. Lee; St. Paul's v. Leichhanlt | Brotherhood, Swan Park No. 1, G. Cook and G. Bren- ! nan; Pyrmont Ranger* v. Si. John'.- Glene B, Canal No. 1 4. E. Atkini and A. Edwards; Roiclle Juniors anJ Drummoyne Methodist have the. byes. I
NORTH SYDNEY CRICKET ASSOCIATION. January 18 and 25. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
NORTH SYDNEY CRICKET ASSOCIATION'. Januar;' IS and 25. A GRADE. —Kirribilli v. Willoughby, North fiydne? Oval No. 2, Roache and Gardyne; I-inc C'o.u v. Wejl leigh, Camnu'ray No. I. Robertson an:l Kean; N.S. Institute v. Guod Intent M.U., Narcmbum No. 1, Kelly and Yinev. B GRADE.— Ojrrani v, BalgowJah, BaJgowJah; Chats wood Archer v. Paptisl, Beauchamp Park, Buekinghani and T. Ku&icll; Willoughby B v. Willoj0'hby Foot ballen', Willoughby Park, Tyrrell and Kncevis; Neutral Bay v. St. Strpii.-ii'f. Waringa Park, fcomers and 'lunu-r; Chribt Church v. Brick and Tile, .Varemnum No. 2, Trevor-Jones and Johnson; Brookvalp v. Codner, Cam meray No. 2; Bay Roa-l District \. Good Intent M.U., J Naremburn -o. 2, Towiwend and Briggs. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
THE ©PEN AMATEUR BOXING' TOURNAMENT Promoted by the SOUTH SYDNEY 1IARHIEIIS A.A.L., will coinmcnce at the STADIUM, JtUSHCUTTERS BAY, On.MONDAY, FEBltU AltY IS, at 6 p.m. I HIO PROCKAMMK KACH NICI1T. The Suite's leading Amateurs Competing. ! ADMISSION : 3/, 2/, ami 1/. I (J. I'. PAItKK, Hon. See. NEW ROOFED STADIUM Personal Direction :: H. L. ('Snowy') Baker. TO-NIGHT. AT 8.30 TO-NIGHT. Great International Lightweight Canteat, at 8,30 p.m. Frank - Picato v. flock Keys . - AMERICA). (AUSTEALU). PBXCES— 10/, 5/, 8/, 2/. Box Plan aa Usual. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT ANNIVERSARY NKJHT) TWO TEN-ROUND CONTESTS— »',? Teddy Green v. ' Young ' Holden BAKT AM CHAMPIONSHIP OP AUSTRALIA. Arthur Douglas v. Jim Armstrong NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT Herb. McCoy v. Jack Head. lightweight championship of austrauia.- - NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON GREAT BOXI.NO MATINEE. FIVE ..ROUND con TESTS. UOOD lO-HOU.ND CONTEST. 'Soldier' Garland v. Les. Corbett TRAINING EXHIBITIONS BY DAVE SMITH, lODWOOD, I'OESV, AND PICATO. c-mKT.f...
CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. Tenth Round of Matches' (First of Re-draw). January 18 and 25. "A" Grade—First Division. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION'-. Tenth Round of Matched* (ttr-t of Re-draw), I January IS und 2o. i 'A' Grade— First Division. j Surrey United v. Avenue Ramblers, No. 1. Umpire, Putter and J. Cairna. Surrey United 'B' *.. Oriental, No. 7. D. Kron and JJ. Culhiinc. Glan.mib v. Standard, No. 'J. 1*. Murphy and P. J. 'A' Grade — No. 2 Division. Oroya v. Y.M.C.A., No. b. C. A. Anderson and J Toomcy. Tramway Works v. GlacUtone, No. 4. E. Cobbhani and W. Priddy. 'B' Grade — No. 1 Division. Edged ill Juniors v. Little Coogee, N-o. 0. T. Kent and R. Smythc. Wwllahra Albert v. Glenwood, No. 5. E. llawklni and F. Lea. Petrel v. Paling'*, No. 2. D. Bailey and 1. Hart. Rushcuttera Bay v. Gurdon-, No. 11. J. Woof and H. .Palser. Elsinore v. Standard 'B,' No. 3. F. Ilodgc and S. Puffctt. 'B' Grade — No. 2 Division. Miik Simmons v. St. Jchn's, No. U. Messrs. P. M. Cohi-n and P. Mortitt. White llmiM.- v. Y.M.C.A. 4,B,' No. 10. A. Greer and S. Merrick. Adelaide v. Marylebone, No. 15. G. Scholtell and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
It is as good as picking up nuggets to read the 'GLOBE' regularly. It enriches all readers, there fore don't miss it on any occasion. If you don't see it, ASK FOR IT, 'Globe,' please. If you know a better Business Puller than the 'Sunday Times' advertise in it. It would be you r duty. But you don't. The 'Sun- day Times' 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 advertiser just the kind of publicity he requires — and bumping measure. Necessarily the results are excellent
OUR VICTORIAN VISITORS. YOUTHFUL AND OPTIMISTIC. INTERESTING CHATS ABOUT THE YOUNG ONES OF PROMISE AND DEEDS. SUCCESS OF THE DISTRICTS CLUB SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
OUR VICTORIAN VISITORS. YOUTHFUL AND ©PTIMISilC. INTF.III'^TI.VC CIIAT3 ABOUT THE YOL'NU OSK5 OF HIOMIKIO AND DKKOS. SL'C '-'10SS UK TIIK l-!STItlCT Cl.UU SYSTUM. (Hy 'UA.MHl.Eti:') The Victorians .arrived on Wednesday morn- I ing and practiced at the Sydney Cricket Ground 1 that afternoon, uud again— minus . Warwick j Armstrong— on Thursday morning. Here I* j shown the keenness of spirit that makes for winning of matches. ? Ail tho men shaped well at practice, though I the bowlers received greater aid from the prae- ! tier wickets tbtin they ure likely to get In the maicu. I Mr, J. Arnold Seltz. in talking over tho team j on Thursday, was optimistic about tnolr pros- ! pects. On the whole, the team has youth on Its side, nnd the new players arc cricketers of much more promise than has been the ease in Melbourne for some time. 'P. Baring has lots of « rkkct in lilm,' said the Oxford University man. 'Ills innings of 76 ngalnKt South Australia was a brilliant :dls pJay. He bats with l...
NEWCASTLE BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
' NEWCASTLE BOWI.S. (FROM. OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) - The patrr-n of the Newcastle Association, Mr. W. Arnotf. has reason to be proud of the sue « ejss of the Wcdneaday matches which he ha; inaugurated. This week hit; team met six rluka front Wickham and Hamilton on Lowland's pretty «recn, and won a most exciting match by lit to l«!j. In No. C rink Harrison and Douald had a i;reaL battle, being IS all In the -2nd - nr;. The surprise oi' last Saturday's Ncwer.X !e uaa the big defeat of tho City team by War:uah,.who nuishca Jy up. wpat makes ti e dclent more remarkable Is that TSllet, for U'ty, was up *10 — 10. Tor Waratah, Wrlght&on Wrl^ntson ao~12, and Gillespie 27 — 11 did list. Hunilton beat Maltland Central, an easy win, 171 — Wallace -!2— 11, Donald M— VI, Kinder ' — 1 1, Gait 21* — 1 S for the winners; for thu lowers, Goodman 22 — Is, Norman 22—15. Lowlands matched victory from MnJtland, a* I o'.'an, for Maitlatul, registered tfl— 12, frost, icr Lowland*, returned t...
WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. 10th Round—January 18 and 25. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. 10th Round — January IS and 2.*-. ffurtetcnc Park v. Newtown Congregational, C. Rem I and J. Mul'iuccncv; Newtown Oxford v. Ahhfield. C. I Ward and J. A.vtvi; Mechanics v. Campenlown, W. IIu.v | ley and B. Boiler; Sargents v. Erskioeville. 1L Staples 1 and K. Dojle; Botw Blue Star v. Uur.vood United. | Botanv a bye. SECOND GRADE.— St. Aubyn r. .\jhfi.dd; Alexandria Thelma v. Wurrcn Cambridge. G. C'owpcr nnd H. Row. long; B»-alc and Company v. Canterbury; Nettleton, Son, and Co. v. Camp«ie. THIRD GIL\DE. No. 1 Division.— Petersham Jr. Pa3c ball v. Petereham Collir.gwood, It. W. King and F. R. Seolcy: Campsie Warstah v. Hm*wood United; Camper* down Cambridge v. Fernhill Kiora; Peter?ham United v. Campcrdown Kiora. Marrickvillc Junior a bye. No. 2 Division. —Wanderers v. Dyinock's Book Arcade; Redfern Waratah v. I.O. Goo»l Tcmplan*; Redfern Kent | v. Victoria Junior; Farlcighs Ltd. v. Waterloo Surre*-, ' AY. Noonan ancl D. McPhiUamy.
FOOTBALL. SPPINGBOKS DEFEAT OF WALES A WELSHMAN'S OPINION THE SPRINGBOKS' WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
FOOTBALL. SPPINGBOKS DEFEAT OF WALES A WELSHMAN'S OPINION. (By 'SO'JTH WAL1AN,' in th»*'Londoft Sportsman,') THE SPRINGBOKS' WIN. .The match between tne Springboks and Wales war, from eoaie Welsh points of view, not per haps Hltofiether natlpfactory. Some of the old Mhool vowed that hud It been a dry day there ia no knowing what the Springbok* might have done. 1 rmiflt confess that 1 am one o( that old echcol. and to a personal .opinion' that had the day been n fine one and the turf anything like dtcen;, there la no knowing what these Colonlnla 'would have . done with us in Wales. It hap always been a great maxim in Kugby football tbat the Hide that persistently controls , a Hcruninvt'ge must hold a very big advantage^. Now, there Is no doubt that the Sprlngoek-, tontrolled nine scrummages out of every ten. 1 think our forwards played wonderfully well* but thry were beaten In weight, tactics, and pace. 1 here. It seems to me ia the crux of U all. What ciintice could our Welsh backs ...
CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE GOSSIP. GRADE AND JUNIOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913
CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE GOSSIP. | BY 'GULLIVER.' I GRADE AND JUNIOR NOTES. THE nKST OF AUSTRALIA. The Rest of Australia fain Is to be sclccto! by (.V.Hill. V. Tnimi'-T, ;in-i K. K. Bonn. The lion and the lumbb-vr tin- In nibs and the lion. E.E.B. la the 'best-hatert' man In anti-Board I y circles'. In Victoria. The militant, Mr. \\ . r. ( McKlhonfe In Sydney la a hard liKhtor. but he ha* , a soft side, and In the hmir of success Is al- , ways prepared to hold uut the hand of goodwill | to tin honest foe. But E.E.B., they fny, is an unrelentlnK lighter, q It may 'be so because he Is In the land where r the enemy Is thick, and shown no quarter, and , tbo 1'ress taunts as only a hostile I'ress luay. t Mr.' Tom Garrett, on behalf of the Citizens' Committee worklne for the Trumper Testi- , inonlal. wrote to the Association urging It to v alter 'the character of tile match to that of ^ C.rpcnrys' team v. Australia. I am quite satis- , lied' that' tlio better match has boen arran...