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

1 CYCLING NOTES \ j © By 'BLUE STREAK.' ©'* j League m?n fill the programme lo-dar wPH an afternoon meeting at North Sydney. and th*? second night of Blknrena, Ltd. 'a, Anniversary Carnival at the Sydney Cricket Ground. At North Sydney, the Northern Suburb* League Club is to conclude Its two day.? meet Ins. the cycling events including a mile han dicap nnd five miles scratch, nnd novelty. °Pp\ * i ns well, ns the club aud boys handicap. Una s, and n match ' between R. J* MoNnmara au U. E. Sncars. ? ' I Tho raclns should bo good, particularly tho last-named event. It is very miicli open doubt Which of tho two riders niur.cd really lit tho faster now-a-days. In tlio l| ' r.prlnts thoy have hnd in public, Sp.ars Iws been successful twice. The track wan to havo been tarred since tho Inst raclns n fortnight ngo, but at tho hi - KlnlnK ol thfs week, this Improvement had not been made. However, on heavy tyres Iher3 should bb no lnrgcr proportion of punutur?* to starters than is tho ease on...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT IN OTHER LANDS CENTENARY OF AN ENGLISH REGATTA TO BE CELEBRATED. SOME YACHT CLUBS OF ENGLAND HUNDREDS OF YEARS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS CENTENARY OF AN ENGLISH REGATTA TO BE CELEBRATED. SOME YACHT CLUBS OF ENGLAND HUNDREDS OF YEARS OLD. The centenary of the Torbay Royal Itcgattu will be celebrated this year with a programme of spcciul interest. The announcement, interesting in Itself, alr.o serves to Impress us with the fact that th'r«» are few districts in which the sport of sailing has attained a greater age. The Royal Ya- hi Squadron wns founded n hundred years ago. an I the Royal Cork Yacht t'lub is even older. whilst the Royal Thame.* Yacht Hub had It.-i origin In the Cumberland J-'hi-t in the eigh teenth century. These, however, are recognlned organisations. With the Torbay Regatta tlu case is different. There we have a regatta man* ag«d by a town committer apart from any1 * lub. and. consequently, it must rank as the oldest fixture of its character. That it should have survived all thesn year.? and be regarded now as one of the principal fixtures around British coasts Is ample testimony t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MOTORING. RELIABILITY TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

MOTORING. I t RELIABILITY TRIALS. ! This week-end Ik to bo marked by the holding of two reliability trials Dy the big motor-cycic clubs. Tlio Sydney Club's event starts this atternoon (or Yetholinu, leaving the Plough Inn at - p.m. Competitors will be required to average 21 in.p.h.. and arrive in controU Spriugwood and Hartley \ Me — dead on time. There will be no secret control*. The Motor-cycle Club o.' ^ ales is hold ing a teams' event to Mt. Victoria, for which a j.peed average ot -1 ru.p.h. i« also set on Monday. Teams will ion=kt of three each, Lo be drawn -i quarter of an hour before tho :-tart on Monday morning, and all member.-* iuutk icaoh controls together. | A number of motor-boat events are to be j decided at the Anniversary Regatta on Monday, and should prove interesting. with the number i of speedy launches now available in Sydney _H^r.boi\

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THE AMERICAN CUP IN POLO. ENGLAND PREPARING FOR THE CONTEST—THANKS TO THE MUNIFICENCE OF THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

THE AMERICAN CUP IN POLO. ENGLAND PREPARING FOR THE CONTEST— j THANKS TO THE MUN1KJCENCE OP j THE DUKE OK WESTMINSTER. The formal challenge by the Hurllngham Club and acceptance thereof by the American Polo Association, completes the preliminary arrange ments for the big contests now definitely set tled to take place in June next for the Inter notional »Polo Challe-nge Cup. When the Pnko of Westminster rami* fnr-w-.ir.l and rescued Hurllngham from an embarrassing i I position It was at a period when the chief far- ! j tors militating against success were lack of. | ponies and lack of funds. The Puke's sponsor- I ship changed these weak links in the chain, but I the lapse of time exposed weakness in another direction, and at tbe end of the London season of 1012 England possessed no representative team in training wherewith to challenge Ame rica. The position «s it stands at present Is that the Duke is in possession of the finest stud of match ponies ever collected, and in this ('The ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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GEORGE GRAY'S APPEAL DISMISSED BY ENGLISH COURT. JUDGEMENT FOR £1300 AND COSTS TO JOH ROBERTS STANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

GfcOKGE GRAY'S APPEAL DISMISSED BY ENGLISH COURT. JUDGMENT FOR £1500 AND COSTS TO JOHN | ROBERTS STANDS. j In the Court of Appeal (I^ondon) on P rccm- ber 17. thei- Lordship., resume.! the hearing i of :be case of Roberts v Gray, in which the I «'.c:«:'dant. Jo.-eph George Gray, the young Aus- I i.r::!lan biHiar»} player, appealed from a v« *- ! dii r and judgment for illf.uo sind costs In favor j of .John Roberts, :he veteran billiard exclian. pw.n. The action waa tried before ihe Lord j Ch'ef Justice and a ^pexial Jury, and w,»s ; brought bv John Roberta to recover from Gray j damages for alleged breach of contract entered ir.'o in Australia, under which Gray agreed t.» gol on a tour round the world with Rooert.v U tin time the agreement was entered into Gray an infant under ^l years of age. and hi f'i'.her, ah'O a professional billiard player, wis trade a party to the contract. Subsequently Gray repudiated tho contrac*. ?rid Roberts brought the present action, claim ing damages f...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AS OTHERS SEE US IN BOWLS. THE BIAS QUESTION. ARE AUSTRALIANS PUTTING A NEEDLESS TASK UPON THEMSELVES? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

AS OTHERS SEE US IN BOWLS. THE BIAS QUESTION. ARE AUSTRALIANS PUTTING A NEEDLESS TASK UPON THEMSELVES ? Details upon the Australians and the bias questions In the 'Licensed Victuallers' Gazette' (London), brought an Informative communica tion from a well-known English bowler as fol lows : '1 have read your articles with Interest. 1 am not at all in sympathy with the Australian bowlers in regard to the bias question. In tho flrst place, it Is not true that use bowls with not more than two feet of bias. If they lusist upon au extremely wide bias; 1 don't see why they should expect all the other bowlers in the world to follow them. '1 think they are putting a needless task on themselves.' he maintains 'in the way they aro Insisting upon all bowis being sent to Al cock lo be tested and stamped. The stamping Js of uo value, as bowls could be altered im mediately after they were stamped without dis turbing the stamp lu the very least. The bias of a boAi is meant to assist the bowler by gi...

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BREEDING OF AMERICAN FLOOD STOCK ENDANGERED. BEST HORSES STILL BEING SHIPPED TO EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

BREEDING OF AMERICAN ILOOD / STOCK ENDANUERfcD, BEST HORSES STILL BEING SHIPPED TO EUROPE. The blood stock of America ly being deplete^ at «.uch an alarming rate that ercn the antn g.»t iMs to the turf are beginning to sit up anl lake notice. The Mlnnewaska, which sailed ou IVi ember 7 for London, carried to the other M*Ie another cargo of most valuable thorough* I reds, most of which is lo be transhipped front Pilburv to France and other parts of the Coti II! e n I . nrited stallion, Peter Pan, by Comtjiando. which l:c has valued at £20,000. and Ort Wells, bv T. si'- Over, iu addition to a number of oth.'- \ aluable class animals, says the 'Sporting 1 i f . * ' s ' New York correspondent. Following l-is sale of e v c n highly-bred and famous brood mares to the syndicate lu France headed by .''r. W. K. Vanderbilt. Mr. Keene's disposal of P»*ter Pan indicates thut his famous stud at Cistleton, Kentucky. Is seeing It's last days, liis noted stallion, Kingston, sire of many good winner...

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SPORT SALAD THE FRENCH BOXERS WITH US. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

I SPORT SALAD I' BY THE 'SATUttOAY REFEflEC AHO ARROW' STAFF. THE FRENCH BOXERS WITH IS. ' These Items are from the budget of 'vCUUS of the London 'Spoi tsnian' : 'Our Iriends from acioss the C .a. not going so Htrong in Australia as they «.»'i ? England. Poesy, mho put up such a game «'^n' test at the Natlor.nl, has not had his shot yet» but the othcrE, Bernstein, Audouy. Hal»:u-. lli» nnd Trtiftler. have nil been found wanting. B:il znc, a fine; resolute boxer, lost on a louj afte. ihomolnt: the cx-amnteur. Millwood, all over the ring, while Audouy, though very speedy, was out-fought by Pat Bradley. A privnto letter from down under tells me the I*rcnch men cannot get along with the rule.' in Aus tralia. The clean break und the stopping or in-fightlng has. so I hear, thrown every man off lib; balance, which may account In a grea«. measure for the defeats they have met xvl1*' More than this, 1 am assuied that the polleu inks putting a stop to hitting at close quar ters and making im...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WESTERN SUBURBS CHURCHES CRICKET UNION LAWN TEAMS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

wtstehn sruriius oil iuhls- (:i;ici;i:t union . i-l^N n.NNiS TOlit.NAMK.NT. tiML-titi' on M.i-iiiV.V0', V1-' 'bote t'nion'a uporto U'i-l tVi' v i-i'v,.'-' ? li'l^n.d uval (.'mirt*, W'anWl ys tollyvvs -. iV'S, -II. W. i'orti-S. U HaVor K ... c.'Irr r M iv';' ' ' v l!' in- 1 1. . \ykl_, |KT); p. i«i , I 1 5-«'- V A. -:. an.. N. it. W.' i'onl inip,lVn|l!'llN'ri'liwi 's'li ' l l'or'L ,«rf !iarr-rri-Mi» i.' , Lyons (roe. J-Iji, It. r. S Dcnfhiro-MlV-1' rpirre 1 'EST v-r-' r11, (-'-Wiirfl-ifiis Father* »owc 1.'-1 v A V A. h. Hudinnan-Mbb Allen* Urn '} }J Baker AljisV Baker (owe i-30J* Vwinner* 5 (»«?- ' co«rUii°-Un:Ulient WlU COmmtnCli W 'a.m. sharp (four

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

SOCCER. Wales is becoming a Socc'er country, wc are told. And on Saturday last she cave evidence of it by whacking Ireland by a goal to nil. On tho whole Wales has done very well with thu round ball at foot against the men of Hi hernia. _

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FOOTBALL. RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

FOOTBALL. RUGBY UNION. (By 'GULLIVER.') At the South Africa v. Wales match at Car diff, the 'gate' amounted to only £1370. But it was a wet day. Six years earlier, when tho first Springboks beat Wales, the amount taken was £2867, which Is a record for a Rugby match in Wales. England's defeat of Wales In 1911 by 3 points to nil, nnd in 1913 (last Saturday) at Cardiff by ? 12 points to. nil, indicates that after many years of defeat fallowing the loss of Yorkshire and Lancashire through the coming of professional* Ism. English Rugby has at last tome into its own. This is largely due to the vitalising in fluence of the All-Blacks. Springboks, and Wal labies from the Colonies. The.'re great teams revived public interest, and opened up new Ideas of the beauty of Rugger in the minds ol Eng lishmen. ! For Saturday's Sport Reports [ [ and criticisms by Sport Experts | j read the 'Sunday Times.' *

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

Should you deaire any thing extra for your reading feast to-day, and have not already got 'The Globe' in the house, obtain it from a bookstall. Sixpenn orth of reading for One Penny is a bargain worth having every week. Speak to a news agent.

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WELSH CROWDS AND GATES AT RUGBY FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

WELSH CROWDS AND GATES AT RUGBY FOOTBALL. it Is officially announced that the gate re ceipts for the Wales v. South African Rugby Union football match at Cardill' in December amounted to £oI7(-. The record takings at au , International match in Wales Is £2SG7. This was on the occasion of the South African game at Swansea on December 1. 3906. The next largest gale was 1904, v. Ireland at Swansea, £2550. In view of the wretched weather at the latest match the attendance is regarded by the Welsh Uicn members as satisfactory. An application for affiliation to the English «? Association from the newly-formed Amateur Billiard Association of Western Australia, has ibeen granted with very great pleasure, and it was decided that the gold medal of tho Asso ciation should be presented annually to the winner of the amateur championship of Western Australia.

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AMERICAN EYES ARE ON THE DAVIS CUP. CHALLENGE TO ENGLAND WILL PROBABLY BE SENT NEXT MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

AMERICAN EYES ARE ON THE DAVIS CUP. ? I CHALLENGE TO ENGLAND WILL PROBABLY | BE SENT NEXT MONTH. ! Lawn tennis players In Boston, and especi , ally members of the Longwood Cricket Club, on whose courts the last matches for the Davis Cup wore played In America, are hopeful th 1 1 an American team will be sent to England next Summer as a result of the English vlc.ory in Melbourne, it is expected thnt the question I of a challenge will be acted upon favoribly I by the United States Lawn Tennis Association at its annual meeting In New York in Feb ruary. It Is tho opinion in Boston that a team can easily be securcd to make tho -trip aud that the material will be of high calibre, including Maurice E. McLoughlln, the present American champion.

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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SANPSHOT: MR. F. BACKHOUSE HUGHES STREET, POTTS POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 25 January 1913

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: MR. F. BACKHOUSE. HUGHES STREET. POTTS POINT. Tho above Is a photographic reproduction of a group taKen recently. The FIRST (but no otlier) ciember of thla group who presents himself at tbe 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND 5T»E ARROW' OFFICE, 130-138 Castlereagh-street, AND IS IDENTIFIED 33 BEING ONE OP TIIE GROUP, will be paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern themselves In this will b« tnderstood to ngreo to accept tho paper's decision na final. Tho business of identification will be eotrusted to a member of the- 'SATURDAY nETEREE AND TIIE ARROW' Staff. ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear in nest Issue, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' PHOTOGRAPHER in the streets of Sydney. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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JOCKEYS' QUEER ANTICS AT THE STARTING GATE. STRANGE EXPERIENCES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

JOCREYS' QUEER ANTICS AT THE STARTING GATE. S Tit AN OK KXI'KHlKNrES IN KNf.I.ANIl. A wtrikinp fraturo of t ti o past fliU-ra'iHK l Hi.ufon In UnRliind. has boon ih» numtirr of bail . starts that have taken place, ami it is becoming dearly evident that the presen. mode of des patch is reducing racing to a mere l°{t^ry. an-'s the Newniarket rorrespnndent of the 'Daily Mnil.' , ; Day after dav we have read in the sporting results that something -»r other has Jumped , away with a clear lead, and won without ever i being headed, and I have known this sort of thing to happen iti no few.r than five events on j a single afternoon. * '! That the various officials in charge of the gate are not to blame for tbe existing state of affairs is fully admitted, though It 1^ quite possible that better results would ensue were I ihe gentlemen mentioned r.trieler in their j methods of dealing with a few'of the prominent j Jockeys. ! Various suggestions have been put forth In I order to improve the sit...

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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXIII. (CONT.)—TWIN SISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH . ~-.tr' Author of 'Crao Cormae.' 'The C«im of lh» ? ? BY MADGE BARLOW. Badoer.' 'The Secret of the Bl.ok Boo,' to. ? ? ' ? I Ait, RIGHTS RESEBVED.I (?IIWTKK XXIII. I COST.) TWIN SISTr.KH. j | 'Karrrll wne klmlnrfs Itsrlf .\irr-ll wlJcn winc'' m,r' a' I looked at Wr In ..mbnrrnssinrnt. and i'Ur rr plied for me 'Why. at 'the window, and I at tributed her rosv face . and .neck to her son*? .of. our guilt, in. Receiving the guileless old man. 'She let me kiss her ..good-night inside his i | room, but we-.ha.djjco'word in pruate. ? ? 'I missed ftomethirig'ln 'hcr.:and- the torment ; in- nart was that I couldn't explain to rov own ! K'»?ikfaetlnn .what It nvns -'that : 1 missed. The ' bird note was certainly, gone * from her voice, and thc chin .hafl losL'.ltn-saucy upward tilt, and the eve its fighting account for such changes. 'Then what on earth did-I-miss Jt plagued me, 'and -niy -second; visit lcft*mc-no wiser. 'Farrell had had a return of...

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THE LATEST ABOUT JOHNSON. NEGRO CAMPION IN FASHIONABLE CALIFORNIAN RESORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

THE LATEST ABOUT JOHNSON. NEGRO CAMPAIGN IN FASHIONABLE C A LI FOR XI A X RESORTS. j It appears that the purchase by Jack Johnson, th' nepro boxer, of a bungalow in the colonw of j millionaires at Lake Geneva, 'Wisconsin, is 1 purely, the first step In a campaign, of wealthy colored, men. to Invade the .fashionable resorts of i the white, race in America. i Johnson is t» member of a syndicate of ex I tr-mely prosperous negroes who proclaim their , I in'-eniion of. 'securing options an desirable pro perty in Florida, California, and elsewhere, with a view to making profitable sales.' The threat is obvious. A negro named Harris suites that the villas' and bungalows which the syndicate expects to buy will be occupied by black tenants if they are not sold at a profit. This curious campaJgn illustrates a new and very disagreeable phase of the racial problem In America. Johnson's occupation of a bunga low at GeiM^ Ja- merely a foretaste of what is to come?/ 'for' it i* reported* iio ia on...

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GEORGE GRAY HAS DONE MORE TO IMPROVE THE AMATEUR IN BILLIARDS THAN ALL THE OTHER PROFESSIONALS COMBINED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

GEORGE GRAY HAS BONE MORE TO IMPROVE THE AMATEUR IN BILLIARDS THAN ALL THE OTHER PRO FESS ION A US CO M B I N ED. If Is very plersant to note how the standard of pluy amongst amateurs at billiards i.« steadily improving, remarks 'Ranger' in tho 'Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic New?,' who adds that. 'In 190S, Mr. G. A. Heclnbottom. a famous Lancashire cueist, and an amateur of the best type, made a good break of 1SS, whMi then ranked as the highest ever made by an amateur In public, imdT the present cod' of Billiard Association rules. This was compiled in one of the heats for the Amateur ('hnmpiou «hlp. and held its place as a record for upwards of four years. In September last, however, Mr. George B. Shailer, In the fl n :* 1 hear of the Metro polian Amateur Championship --f Sydney, New SoJth Wales, credited himself with a inagnlli cerf; ntrd. .irf the ?;:rbh' had beet, and passed as a standard by the Amateur Billiard! Association of N.S.W., which Is affiliated wnhi the B.A., the ...

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BROOKES v. PARKE. THE THIRD CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

BROOKES V. PARKE. THE THIRD CONTEST. At '» p.m.. when the playcra appeared, there wcr-- hundreds of people outside the tsroum., urahle to get In. and the few thousand inslda ?vrre a little impatient, owing to tho retire ment In the previous match. Brookes won the to3S, and serving, secured the gam', and Parke'* errom gave him the s*co:i'l. Parke then did pome fine pu&sln.; *bots, and the score was called 2-1, Parke'.* nrvlee was won at 3-1. Brookes served, anl rr t: to in lovi\ perfect half and low volley of t hr Irishman's returns being the weapons usel. 11 -.! took the game to :i»— 1-1. BrooKes icuas. Ou Parke's service Brookes outed ond mls-h:t loo many, 4-2. After a cl03e game, Brooke.* got to «-2 by perfect volleying. Parke got tho eighth game, but no further, and the Victorian s service was very severe iu the ninth game, which he look to 15, and with It the first set. Parke, serving, thc opening game of thc second set was a severe one, Brookes rushing the net on all ch...

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