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AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

I AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. '.By 'B03.') .HE THEATRES. HER MAJESTY'S.— ??The Sunshine tiirl' THKATIti: liOYAI..— ??Fwift.' I (KlTi:»!f»N.— ? 'Milestone*.' ADKLPIII. — 'The Monk and the Wonun.' PALACE.— 'In Old Donegal.' THE VARIETY THEATRES. THE TIVOLT.— Route I.Iovi!. NATIONAL.— Era Comidv l our. PltlNCT.SS. — Vaudeville KntcrUlncw. MUSICAL COMEDY. * Helped along by local 'padding' and catchy vocal numbers which wero not in tbe original score, 'The Sunshine Girl' is going .veil at Hor Majesty':? Theatre. Big audlcnccs have been registered since the first night ot the musical comedy. Miss Blancho Browne, Miss Grace Palotta, Mlas Jessie Lonnen, Miss Billle Barlow, Mr. Leslie Holland, Mr. Frank Groenc, Mr. Jack Cnnnot, and Mr. Clatido Bantock* arc all nicely suited in the principal parts. The most popular numbers in 'Thc Sunshlno Girl.' as performed by thc Williamson New Comic Opera Company, are : Miss Grace Talotta's 'Laughing Song,' Mhs Ivy Blck ford's 'Here's to Love.' t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

? — ? ? ? ? | A PENN'ORTH OF NUGGETS I j | t Thu seems an Impossibility, but 'Tho Globo' I ! :'VCu '['n, «VM-f t'»w. In addition to a maj» i J of hiQhly. interesting reading matter, tnero is [ ivuch jnforijaUon worth n-cil solid money to tha I 1 Thousands testify to this. For Ono j \ trr.y Tim Globe' mn/ bo purchased ,'roio | cny newsagent In Aus!i«.i«i;a. For Fivo Shil« I llrot sent dircct to tho 0«icc, 1J6 Catt!«jreagh. | st'ett, Sydney, tho paper will be sonl, post free I fn- a wholo year, to any address, without an/ | iuuv.er Woublo whatever. Why not enrich your I family now ? ? ? ? ^

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

CYCLING NOTES I ® fly 'PlUE STREAK.' ® * j After th? dclt'gc of cycling fixtures last wcek n.d. when three night and two day carnivals* were decided on Fridav. Saturday, and Monday, to-day senna almost atagnant. The Eastern Suburbs Club U continuing Its annual series of 'Married v. Single' contests, and tie* relay road race on the Dunnerong course is one of thrt few fixtures for this after noon. ItETURNING TO EUROPE TO-DAY. Though they have only been here a very short while. Sydney sporting people have already In stalled both Willy Appelhans nnd Alclde Rous seau. our European visitors, an prime favorites, for their pluck and sportsmanlike qualities. With very little training they have both ahown speed and stamina, so It will be with regret that U Is heard they are returning to Paris by the F.M.S. Sydney to-day. Appelhans, in particular, was junt beginning to show his real form, ns his fine sprinting during tbe Anniversary Carnival ohowed. and was Improving at every ride. Rousseau wa...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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LATE CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 February 1913

LATE CYCUNG. Handicaps *or th« Australian Club's Lap Dash at tbe Sporta Ground next Wednesday evening First heat : R. Spoars. P. Mutton, acratch: R. Mutton. D. Gibbons, Myds; W. SchoOeld, H. Vlckery, A. C. Weaton, O. Han neman, -5; H. Wlllsnaore, J. Summere, A. Anle zark. C. Payne, 30;' J. Creeley. E. Gore. N. Ilusscll. J. Buckley, 33. Second heat : A. Ben nett. J. Mather, C. Connington, F. Wlllsmore. ?Ill; L. Smith. J. Wiggins, A. W. Pearce. H. Mann, H. Wood, E. McGregor, 45; C. Dredge, F. Hansen. G. Upham. C. Calllgan, R. Wedlock. A. Bucco, Nell Hansen, F. Bennassal, W. Lavers. 56; C. Lenton, H. Barr. 60. It will bo noticed that tho heats are practically fro.it ond back division riders. The first four rld-.'i's In each heat compete in the final. Burwood Leaguo Club resumes road-racing this afternoon. Tho big scratch division ot last Winter Is spilt up now, the marks belna in follows for a four mllea on tho Auburn road: \V. lSrsklne. L. Hammond, scratch; R. J. Hazelton, F. Watson. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TENNIS VISITOR'S IMPRESSIONS ON TOUR. Member of English Team Talks of Tennis in Melbourne. HOT WINDS REMIND THEM OF DANTE'S [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

[?] IMPRESSIONS ON TOUR. Member of English Team Talks of Tennis in Melbourne. HOT WINDS ru:.MI.\'[) THEM OF DANTE'S VNTERNO— PRACTICE COURTS NOT TOO GOOD. In a letter to tho l.nndon 'Field,' dated frotl Melbourne . NovmN-r 1. ?t member nf the Eng* lif-h team who?e Identity may bo ukwscd, wroM thua : . . . We arrived here safely last Tuesday we.-k. .titer a long and uneventful voyage. Th€ Melbourne Cup, the regatta, and other attrac tions bllrd the town hotel* to overflowing, and so v.e v.rnt out to St. Kllda. a suburb three icllnu away. This proved a lucky move. St. Kllda is near the sea. and therefore comp.ira tho bay. and tho place is near thc courts on which iv-* are to practise and play the Davis Cup innuh. Melbourne promises to bc fright fully hot when a really warm day comes. Al ready wo have had a foretaste of the north wind, so hot and dry that it reminds us of the winds in the Seventh Hell of Dante's In ferno. When one is blowing, all windows and doors are doped ; you try t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SWIMMING CHATTER TO-DAY'S ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

SWIMMING CHATTER (By CECIL HEALY.) TO-DAY'S ? ATTRACTIONS. Some very successful carnivals have at one | time or another been «.arried out iu thr» Bronte j Bathe, despite the fa* t that the management | hud a dltllculty to contend with in tho matter i of conveying people there. Its inaccessibility | now been . removed by the Installation of -i frequent tram service, so that the public, to put j In an appearance at the Eastern Suburbs Club's t gala to be held this afternoon, are net required i to undertake » long and tedious walk, but hav.: i merely to board a tram to get to th^ir dcstlna lion under comfortable condition?. This should prove a big factor In enabling the committee to necurc adequate remuneration for thc work that It has done iu connection with the affair. It. is to be sincerely hoped that it will add another .link, to .tho chain- of highly satisfactory natatorial functions that have taken place sine? the big championship meetings were decided. Randwick aud Coogcc, Drtnn...

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"AUSTRALIA INTENDS TO SEND BALL TEAM HERE." C. C. SPINK BRINGS WORD THAT AMERICA'S NATIONAL CAME IS ON BOOM IN THE ANTIPODES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

'AUSTRALIA INTENDS T0 SEND BALL TEAM HERE.' C. C. SPINK BRINGS WORD THAT AMERICA'S NATIONAL CAME IS ON BOOM IN THE ANTIPODES. IThc above are thc startling headlines of a 'Frisco newspaper to the subjoiued article, In which some airy statements arc made.l That baseball is booming in faraway Austra lia, aud that our over-the-seas cousins arc planuing to Invade this country with a full dedged ball team, make up thc principal bits and proprietor of the 'Sporting News,' on his icturn from thc Antlrodes. Snlnk was amoni; I the passengers ou the Oceanic Steamship Com- 1 pany's liner Ventura, which he boarded at Syd ney. He visited all thc principal cities during his short stay. It was altogether a trip of observation by the, well-known St. Louis baseball man. He had planned to go along with the all-star aggrega tion that Cal Ewinc was to take over. When thc trip was abandoned by the local raaguate on account of falling to make satisfactory finan cial arrangements with the Australians. Spin...

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 — 8 February 1913

OUR TURF TIPS ! ARE GIVEN ON . ; PAGE SIX. | 'Paradise Hill.' The jarvey covertly scanned him. Unlike Tatthers. he was silent and pain tiilly respectful. The roads wore deserted and bare of traffic. In many harvest fields; unrcaped grain rotted in the furrows. Thc cabin doors were shut. Here and there a frightened face flashed white against a pane as they drove by. 'You've had a miserable time,' ventured Eric. 'Aye,'.' was thc laconic reply. ' 'I missed Paddy Power and bis horse at the station.' 'He got marri'd this mornln', sir; said life was so uncertain himself and his woman ought to make the most of it while they had It. H? won't ply for hire. Thc Wisp, was servant to a big nob who gov her a fortune of fifty pounds before he went home to England, folks say. I can't vouch for it, but they've started a wee shop, and where else would they get thc money?' Eric laughed and hazarded no opinion. He alighted at the steep HUT avenue. A straugc loneliness came upon him when thc car had go...

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AT THE THEATRE "A MAKER OF STARS." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

I AT THE THEATRE 'A MAKER OK STARS.' The Charles King-Virginia Thornton Com edy and Dramatic Company shows for the llrst tlnio- in Australasia at the National Amphi theatre to-day, after a very successful lour of the leadlug cities of America. Mr. Charles King, actor -x:ul manager. Is known in thc American theatre world ns a 'maker of stars.' owing lo his skill In training and developing manv wlm Mr. King considers that the success of his company ia largely due to paying particular 1 eed io the selection ot plcces, 'That Is to say,' he added. 'I always make sure of presenting to tho nubile an uct which possesses au abundance of plain, common, and ordinary human Interest. Therefore, all my acts are practically taken from life, and can not fall to appeal to those who appreciate the genuine article when they see it. 'I have travelled throughout the length and breadth of tbe United States and Canada.' con tinued Mr. King, 'and I have always found this to be tho Case. 'Comical experience...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

KAUTH & CO., HAIRDRESSERS AND TOBACCONISTS WHOLKSALK AND 11KTA1L FANCY (iOUDS AND STATIONKIty, AND NKWS PAI'KH AGKNTS. Corner of BATHURST and CASTLEREAGH STREETS 251 SUSSEX ST.. and 44 DRUITT ST 11cm 't Tobacco,., Cigarn, and Cigarettes kept in Stock. Hazors (irnqnd nnd Set. J SYDNEY SPORTS GROUND, THIS AFTERNOON, Athletic Club Races and Cycle Training. . jrVEXILE ATHLETES' C-ARXIVAI.. SPTXI.U. PRO I'JRAMME. Don't forget — Electric L'iglil Sports .F.tcr; Wcriiicttiay. ADMISSION SIXPENCE. Ladies, accomoanicd by gcu tk'naan, admitted ircc. , j L . , ? JTATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE. Managing Director . . . . 15KN. J. Ft^LLKR BRENNAN-FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT. KVKRV KVKNINtJ at S. MATINEES. SATURDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS. An Ama/.iiij» A jgroffation 4-f Atlractions. DIltKCT FUU.M AMKIIJCA. First Appearance in Australia. SCHEPP'S NOVELTY CIRCUS. I'ONIKS. DOGS. CATS. MONKKYS. SCHEPP'S NOVELTY CIRCUS. Tin: doyen or am. animal acts. Dirret from America. f«»r tho 1'jr.^t Time here ELECTRA. ELEC...

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ROWING. KEMP PROFESSIONAL SCULLING CLUB. (The editor, "Saturday Referee and Arrow.") February 5, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

ROWING. KEMP PROFESSIONAL SCULLING CLUB. (The editor, 'Saturday Referee and Arrow.') February 5. 191:5. Sir,— It is the desire of the committee of tho Kemp Professional Sculling Club to write you with a view to ascertaining the object in which the handsome sum of £50 was donated by Mr. H. V. Foy towards the advancement of profes sional sculling. (1) Was it donated towards the advancement of professional sculling generally. (2) Or was it given directly to one particular club, kuown as the P.R.P.S.C., which confines all oycihs to tneir ciud m'-muers only, and to me exclusion of nil other professional sculling (dubs In this State. By inserting this letter in your valuable paper we would feci obliged. — (Signed) G. D. TURNER, President; THOS. GAM MIDGE, Assistant Secretary. As Mr. Foy Is patron of the Parramatta Club, and was presiding at the meeting of that club when his donation was announced, it is to be presumed it was given for the club to disperse in the interests of sculling. Mr....

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

. BOWLS AND BOWLERS BY 'JACK HIGH.'' To bo , Or not to be ; / That is the question. / At City and Waverley Greco. ? The big dnsh occurs this afternoon. Lots* of fizz on a North Shore green thU week. All abrtalners. however ; they don't like tho whine. rvfrntpri .blnf.** U- w.An'» nbv novt season— they took his leader away. He blnmes everybody but himself for tho spotting of his beautiful record. Player who can't take a licking, can't pro perly enjoy a victory. This skipper has rarely, if ever, tried to teach a new rhunt the game. Friend Leitch, of Redfem, is a mighty dif ferent man winning and losing. Some people would sooner win at bowls than anything else In the wide world. These people, thinking of themselves all the time, are consequently deeply hurt when they lose. Howls, friends and countrymen, is Ju3t a game, a good game, but only a game. To win at bowjt, a skipper must master him self. If he wishes to control his team. While holding their own and leading, Leitch and Co. got ...

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SWIMMING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

SWIMMING ITEMS. Swimmers, a 'Frisco 'Chronicle' item reads thus : -Charles Daniels, the retired American champion amateur swimmer, is now living :n Buffalo/ where ho is engaged in the unusual business of breeding black foxes, and report . nas it tnat nc rccenuy pn:u j-.'-wu-ji. 101 a jmu of sable revnards.' The Held for the :;oi)yds ludies' championship ?it the carnival of the Association on February '.'2. at tho Domain Maths, promises to bc large. ^ » i.ir it is believed that J h*- following will bo starters : Misses Fanny Duraek, Winnie Kerr, Aiuv Cutler -E«stern Suburbs). Mina Wylie, Doris Fanner. Bessie Lovelace (Sydney), Mary 1 I.ussell, Agnes Sly (Metropolitan), Enid Drako 1 (Rcchabites), Amy Lyons aud Gladys Lane l.Vosman). With such a large number of competitors Miss Dumek tni.tht be hiimpercd in her attempt upon tile worlds record for tbo distance, for th ; event is regarded as a moral ceruiinty for her. Should any more ladies enter for the race it might be necessary 10 swi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

CANTERBURY 1' A R K ^ A Q

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CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

I CYCLING NOTES j © By 'BLUE , 3TREAK.' ' -S The Eastern Suburbs Club lias a 10 miles road racc for this afternoon on the Bunncrong course. Next Saturday Is February Club Day for the N.S.W*. Cyclist*' Union. The Botany, Mos man, and other clubs will probably be out in tho usual force. . COUNTRY* CHAMPIONSHIP AND PERRY CUP. Entries clore on Wednesday for all events at tho Cyclists' Union's annua! country champion ship carnival, to take place on 26th in'nt. at the ,/r 7 Sports Ground. The accond annual competition for the Perry Cup Is thc principal 'event. It Is 0 mile Inter-club scratch tennis' racc for teams 1 of two each, nnd is hold by Redfern. There will also be the N.S. Wales amateur champion ship of tho country, one mile, which A. Loyett .- holds, besides a half-mile open handicap. BOUND FOR MELBOURNE. j W. H. Holken, tho Queensland crack, passed \ through Sydney this week en route to Mel- j bourne for tbe Austral and other sprint races. 1 at the Six Days' meeting, opening on F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

Thl, ?RTH 0F nuggets 1 «lJ. 11 f« Irocciilblllty, but 'Th. Glob.' 2f hinkil?! ? , ln addition to a man » ...8£!£ilY,',lns ''''o matter, tncr. IS ll'.?. -rT* RJWOrlh Oood solid money ta tho LWfi* MAhcuSndl. testify to thi». For On« rermy Tn« Globe ' m»y be purchated trom ?ay rewuoent in Auitr.i^la. For Fl*c Shil «*0» MM dUeat to the Offlc*. 136 C«sti-raaon- ?tre«t, Sydney, the caper will be tent, poit trie, lor ? whole year, to tny addreis, ^ilhout any Jurtfxr trouble wrhattver. Why not enrich you/ I fimlly now ? ^ ? ? ' j ? ? ? ^ I

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

I BILLIARDS 1 0 Bv 'DROP-CANNON' -£ Flyliij: handicap* ore 'Ihe thing' tn England juM now. ln.M«\i-| of one lung game between i wo playern. a number of nhort bunts are plav r-]. it nit the whole Hi I ii k concludes In the ontne Iojmii tin Ihe name evening. ? W KISS WON TUK FIRST. Such nn event no ChrtatmuK Eve for Ihe beiio tit of ii wetl.hnnu-n tliruie In I In* London world of billiards, took place In London between all ' tho I'uidltig lights, with tin- oxoeptlon of j the champion, and nftor some resolute Vv,' tinliiieji, Tommy llfci-i' wna Jn:tt beaten tn tho '? liiiitl ti.v Pert Klphh'U. tin* player who ran nn r to b'red NYIhn when tho t)uccn*1nndcr won u similar event It; London n few yearn back. This form of i«muoeniont might well lie tried In Sydney during l hit coming unison. at mull conimodlotm rooms tin UllllnnlH Limited, or the Empire — n nomination of a hundred pla.verr. & could be enrttly »ol through In a couple ot hours. Now who In going to try It tlrst ? what T...

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BOWLS. RYDE'S HOSPITALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

BOWLS. RYDE'S HOSPITALITY. Mr. R. T. Sutton, hon. secretary Ryde Bowling Club, write : In your last issue you complaiu that tbe 'B' men ,wbo visited Ryde on the 25 ultimo, complained that they had to walk a considerable distance to obtain refreshments. That statement is not correct. Xot one of thd players lefi the green, only to visit the water tap. Here arc the facts : During the week I had written to one of the secretaries of tho t»-ams that were to visit Ryde on the Saturday, asking if I should provide refreshment* fnr two teams. Through some error my letter was not answered. Hence nothing was ordered. Judge of my surprise wheu the teams arrive! to hear they had been told arrangements had been mado for refreshments. After some trouble cue of our members. Mr. M'Manamey and my self. went away, and by 3 o'clock thcrV was suf ficient refreshment to satisfy any reasonable jcrson, until after the match was finished. Afternoon tea was also provided :or tho players and thetr lady friends...

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