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

If you know a better Business Puller than the 'Sunday Times' advertise in it. It would be your | 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 j publicity he requires — and bumping measure. Necessarily th* results Are excellent LAWN TENNIS. ! EDGAR J. RICE. ! IMPORTER OF LAWN iT.\M- K^H?nES. ELAZiiNGER. AYRKS. ?r.\LPIVG £ DAMS RAC^TS. nACK::TS RilPAlRU.) AMI KK-STKCNC. '* Grcund Fl?cr, Kqutit-V SuiUlicg*, ?Ptcai. Pits; iUA ? UtOfeQii alBEEV. i

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROOKES MAY NOT BE COPIED BY THE ORDINARY PLAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

BROOKES MAY NOT BE COPIED BY THE ORDINARY PLAYER. Beamish points out a real danger which ap plies especially to Victorians, and that ib the slavish copying of Brookes' methods. Long ago I played Heath myself, and beat hl;u fw. t--l. 'Why,' 1 said afterwards, 'did you run in on such weak strokes?' 'Brookes docs it.' ho an swered. 'Yes.' I replied, 'but Brookes' ground strokes are strong, and earn him an advmtnse on which he can safely go in: your ground strokes were not dttTicuJt itnev were no: then — I said It was loug ago!, it was quite easy to pass you.' Since then Heath's ground strokes have be come his most powerful weapons; but notice how many strokes he missed through trying short drop volleys. Ho is copying Brookes in that, but has not Brookes' power of cutting thc volleys so that thc ball doesn't bounce. Again. Heath takes the service on the rise, copy ing Brookes. But a good service he has to slam at. and loses. Brookes can always get the ball back defensively, and yet cunn...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEIR UNRESERVED PRAISE OF BROOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

THKIU UNRESGRVED PRAISE OK BROOKES. Put over and above all that, both Dixon and Parke, when they get away from comparisons and forget they are in a team, are entirely un stinted In their recognition- of ilrookes. They came to tbe same conclusion as 1 had done after seeing hint play in Chrlstchureh. Parke said : '1 hate exaggeration, but Brookes Is marvellous. He is in n class by himself : he I Is beyond criticism, and there is only one of | him.' Dixon said : 'There is only one Brookes. Thc greater the occasion is the better does he plav.' And on the question of stateness, tha following verbatim extracts from a lively con versation show that Dixon did not think h^ blmt-elf was stale. It was just after his play in Melbourne, nnd he was sore at the comment made in Melbourne papers. To a pressman he said : *1 say, old chap, you know it is pretty hard lines when one plays tho game cf one's life, so to spcik, in singles and doubles on the frame day. to set such a poor notice. Anyway, you...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE AUSTRALIAN BOWLS TEAM. HELPED TO MAKE THE ENGLISH SEASON A RECORD IN MATTER OF SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

THE AUSTRALIAN BOWLS TEAM. | HELPED TO MAKE THE ENGI.ISH SEASON A RECORD IN MATTER OF SUCCESS. (By E, J. L1NNEY — In the 'Sporting I.lfc,') The year 1912 was n record one In bowls for the Old Country. For the second time we were favored with nn organised team from Australia, and thnt visit will go down In the history of amnteur or professional sport for its record character. No fewer than 10 people were in the party: twenty-eight being players, and by the time Ihe last of the travellers reaches Sydney, which will be about January '0, tho total ex penditure of the party, from their own nm L-/.i« will reach close on iliio.noo. Much has been made of the visits of cricketers and footballers to England, but they all pall be fore the bowlers' trip, which did not stop at- a visit to London, but included matches In the United Kingdom to the extent of 58, of which all but four were played, the exceptions being through wet weather. Those clubs fortunately .selected to play- the Australians co...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE SEAS. A NOVEL CHALLENGE FOR ROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE SEAS. A NOVEL CHALLENGE FOR ROWERS. Arthur Wilson, of Driffield. Yorkshire, and 1 now of Birmingham, who claims to be champion oarsman of tho English seas. Is willing lo row anv mm next Summer under the following con ditions : — 1. Any man In England, each man £?!?- down, each man one boat. The winner to take £25'), the second iilM, the third £5^. The race to be for the championship °f England— Scar- borough to Bridlington. Any nine men in England, each man -CIO down. The winner to take £':5d, t:-' second C 1°0, the third Bridlington to Scarborough, for Hie championship of England. 3. Any man In England, each man £1^ down. Winner to take £-50, second £10'\ third £50. Fleetwood to Blackpool. 4, The championship of thc world. Any nlno ipen In the world, each man £10U down. Win ner to take £500, second £300, third £104.'. Folkestone ;o Boulogne -- — — — ? ? ?

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXIV.—THE LEGACY OF THE TRAMPING SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH I BY MADGE BARLOW. IV. I ALL niC.mS JlIiSEHVKD.] CHAPTER XXIV.— THE LEGACY OF THE TRAMPING SAILOR. A lady In black, nnd a le.*n. sun-browned ? g'.ntlen.an had just come oft the train that rp.n 1 in connection with the Calais Packet. Incoming: find outgoing passengers hustled one another. Cheveral found himself in collision with one pair. 'Pardon me,' he paid In haste, and lifted his hat to the petite lady against whom he had bumped, hardly slanting at her, though she whs piquant and pretty, and wortn a glance. Her black garments and daringly coquettish hat suggested the Parisian milliner and costumier. She looked up when he spoke, and made a grab at his arm to detain him. but the entrance to the bustling railway station was besieged by a mass of jammed vehicles and struggling humanity, and the crowd swept her away from him. Sho clung to her companion. 'That was Chcvernl.' she cried. 'Why weren't you looking ? You could have stopped him. He...

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

SAILING (By 'TOM CRINGLE.') TO-DAY'S CLUB EVENTS. The Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron arc catering for their members and friends to-day, when tho Thelma Cup, presented by Mr. C. Lloyd Jones, will bj sailed for over an outside coursc. This will be thc first race that has taken placc for this trophy by the squadron's* 10-metrc class. A race for S-metre boats will also eventuate o.*er thc same coursc. I r.nines and handkaps are as follow : Thelma Cup— Culwulla III. scratch ; Thelma, 4min. ; I Sayonara, 7min. ; White Wings, ,12min. S-metro j Handicap. — Petrel, Yculba, scratch. The Sydney Sailing Club's racc will take place this afternoon over the usual course. The tollowins entries have been received : IJUnche (Si. Ilichard?on), work ?min. Idd ftmin.; Advance (II. K. Thompson;. 7, 6 ; Lilian -U. I-fffw»-# 0, ; Dwdemona «A. r. ftobfrt.*), ti, .j ; Mona tO. llalini, .*»{, .*- ; Enid (J. M. TirlM, ;.t, 4J ; Livonia l l. HaSiriMMi), .*-, I 1 Sunny i--»ut!i *.|. Alien), fj, I ; J\i« fitnr («. M...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

p A n E R n u R Y PARK RACES, V' TO-DAY* TO-DAT. 'I

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TURF GOSSIP By "THE SCOUT." ROSEBERY RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

TURF GOSSIP I I -?- V By 'THE ' 8C0UT.' 1 Q ? ROSBBEHY RACBS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY S. ? (By '!THE SCOUT.'.') FOLTlTEEN-'nVO MAIDEN* .HA.N'DICiU3 J ? ? LE BERTriA; or -COQX. .vS-Jcbpd-.D|vUJon; . LADY' MELTON or' MY T?ANNY, FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP : NORA DOON or WILTON ROSE. '? NOVICE HANDICAP : First Division. LADY MURIUM. OR HALSCOT. Second Division. MISS SHERIFF' or ANDORNO. . RO*SEBERY: HANDICAP : CLARENCE .. ? ? ^ 1 Circumspect ?? ?? ?*??? ?? ?? »? . 2 Myall Qufeen .? .. .. .... 2 . . FOURTCEN'HANDS HANDICAP; THEMJA ... ? ? .. ? ? ? — 1 Rose . Game' ?? ? ? ?'«. 3 FOURTEEN-TWO ' HANDICAP :* '' ' MISS FIELD ? ? .. .. - 1' Miss Ca^beau ? ? 2 Popgun ? ? 3 1 APPROVED STAKES : TANOTHEA or MASTER STAXDISH. Canterbury Park tbls afternoon ; Also & meeting at Rosebery; While tbe Newcastle Jockey Club will cater {01- followers of racing ln thc North. At a reeent Manchester (Eng.) meeting then* rvas an 'o^da-on' favorite for each of the sis r:ces, and four of these were beaten. Tbe Rose...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

CA N TE R B U R Y P A R K RACES, ? TO-DAY. ? TO-DAY. ? I CA.X T E R B I* R Y PARK RACES, J TO-DAY. TO-DAY. 1 CANTERBURY PARK RACES, 11 ? TQ.DAY. ? TO-DAY. ? M ANOTHER WORLD'S RECORD NEWSPAPER. | SYANRS- FIRST IN SPORT AND PASTIME ? FAMOUS AMERICAN LETTER REGULARLY. £ ALSO'1 A COMPREHENSIVE THEATRICAL' DEPARTMENT.-'.' ' $ TURF. CRjtKET . . ROWING SHCJOTiriG, ~ BASEBALL: r FISHING- ? ETC.. . . '...' TENNIS SAILING ? : BOXING ; : . ; WpOD33H6pPIN- LACRQSSE' ?' BILLIARDS : . ? FOOTBALL VI ! . ' ATHLEXICS WRESTlllNQ V ???? ? BOWL8 HOCKEY ' SWIMMING , ETC.. — : ? J , 13/6 PER ANNUM, POST FREE. / ^ I; OFFICE: 136 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, SYDNEY.. V }, U ?- };t ' ' ? ' . .. * ? ? ? ? ? ? M ) MM t tltt M I I V ? i HOW TO ORDER CUT THIS OTT AND. SEND. j TO THE MANAGER, CASTLEREAQH STREET, SYDNEY,— PLEASE POST ME 'THE REFEREE- FO« A »NE QUARTER, FbR WHICH I ENCLOSE 3/6. I ? ? ? ? ? ? - . — 1 NAME ? ? ? ? (3 ADDRESS ? ? ? ? ? H

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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NEWCASTLE NOTES THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

NECASTLE NOTES THE TURF. All things considered. Newcastle Club received a good entry for their meeting next Saturday, there having been so much racing In the metro politan and this district lately, and tbo tracks being hard owing to the dry spell. The Nor thern Districts three-days' meeting was also a i Ival for entries. No ono will say that the stipendiary steward? — Messrs. Markwell and Williams — erred on tho side of harshness when they sent R. Sanderson, rider of voisloane, out for causing the accident jjt Wallsend, by which Maher and Walton wero j.erlously hurt, and might have been killed. In deed, considering the gravity of the offence, rvhlch was not his first, Sanderson got off very lightly. Voisloane was a bit injured in the ecrap, but is going on all right.

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TURF TOPICS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

TURF TOPICS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.) death, headed tbe quotations for a big hnndlcnp. but the English ease quoted above earlly bents anything reported as perpotrnted In this part of thc world. General. After his suspension at Uosehill on Saturday jflsi, tne JOCKPV J. i-»«r iiuuirujuiPiv up his mind pj leave for England if Mr. W. Kelso would agree to a cancellation of his in dentures. The latter, though naturally norry to lose Pike, put no obstacles In his way. and that lad departs next week. Pike Is no stranger to England, having ridden there in IMS. when t his 110 mounts resulted in two wins. I fancv ' he hns an idea some of our racing officials arc , a trifle prejudiced against him. and in that. . perhaps, as much as anything else. Is due bis | determination to give England a trial. There can be no two opinions as to Pike's ability as a horseman, but .in:ic the less it docs not follow that br will get a great deal of riding in England 'his r.«ason. For one thing, most of the stabl...

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

T-KI»i:sTniANISM.~ NOMINATIONS K*r J. J. MAY. -L MNii'S 7*» YAIJDS SI'lxINT. c.'- : ami 100 tARHS IITRDLKS. 30/. CLOSE TU NKiHT with R F OATEN and thc Promoter, ' ** ? J. J. MANX INI.'. /- A N T K R n I R Y ' I» ARK ft A*C fiT V TO-DAY.' TO'DAV. p A N T E R U U U Y P A R lv R A C E~S? V _ TO.JUY* TO-DAY. ' ' - J

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

j FACILE PRINCEPS, | A VICTOR EVERY TIME AND NEVER FAILS TO SCORE. Buchanan's 'BUCK HID WHITE' iro SEMPER IDEM. j''A winning double 1 j IN AU THE Price, 3/- each f POST FREE.; f'' -'SUWOL' \ mPk The | ][ PERFECT Pipe Ji |) TOBACCO ! AWARDED 4 SOLD MEDALS. X 71111/ DARK OR LIGHT. ^ ®a. ?;,&? 6 - ; ? ? ? si MICK SIMMONS, LTD/TrS^ Canterbury Park Races To-Day (Saturday), To-Day 'IRST RACE, 2 P.M. LAST RACE, 4.45 P.M. SPECIAL TRAIN FOR HORSES AT 11.25 A.M. ORDINARY TRAINS : 11.33 a.m.. 11.55 a.m., 12.12, 12.23, 12.29, 12.46, 1.0, 1.10, 1.1?. 1.25, «nd 1.15 p.m; SPECIALS : 11.50 a.m., 12.34, 12.40, 12.45, 12.57, 1.12, and 1.24 p.m. TV. L. DAVIS, Secretary. Rosebery — Races — Rosebery THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON 2 P.M. FIRST RACE 2 P.M. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES FROM CIRCULAR QUAY ' AND RAILWAY STATION. TO-DAY (SATURDAY) TODAY J. UNDERBILL. Secretary. Rosebery — Races — Rosebery ASCOT RACES, ASCOT NEXT WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1913 2 P.M. FIRST RACE- ? 2 P.M. 2 P.M. ? ...

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

NEW INVENTIONS! AND NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES I You cannot keep pace with the leaders if you do not regularly read tbe 6lok which week by week fur nishes the best information in these departments. In the same paper you will find the famous 'Handy Man' and 'Handy Woman' (Family Council) sections. THE GLOBE - One Penny* CiSIIRBSSY PARK -R A CtS, j ? „ XO-DSt,' ? ? ? /~1 A S T E H B r It V PARK RACES ?U : . to-dax. TO- PAX., .4

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

ON THE TRACK. ? RANDWICK. Thursday. Several horse* galloped on the course prnprr (?pecial fees). Iljllowinus wound up easy work with u i-nniri bruMh honu*, ami moved freely. Xoogilla ran eix tiir* Jon^pi in J.21i. A Mimlar di'tanee wus ean.y m:ii by Jtuby Hampton In * 'Hie Sheave did rive .'mlonai in l.&i. 'flic tan uas jjo.^1 joins'. J.eta, awisted by Elixir, ran . «?vcn furlong iti J.34. Harplxt and Ca^ou linishe.l up ftcaiiy work with a .*j:i*ini' home. Malthu- i.m a vtrong mile, and hn Haul placcd .seven iurlonj;- to h:s credit iu 1.'34. l.a«ly Medaili-t put in a *troi«# round, .lacamar went steadily; Dion w.m not extended over more than luif-a-mile, and Bcverase easily ran ?ix :ur lonjrs in '1.20. N.S.W. went steadily. Tiffany did c!\ furlongs »n 1.22. Midge B. ran .-even furlongs iu l.io, comfortably. My Gavouni wa- not on; of h.ilppaci'. Necktie *ent i«te.id»ly, and Tornla ran a live furlongs. ManeRe ami lri-hwnnijn spurted ha!t*a-mi!e in if 2--ec. (Jold Gift went ste...

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ROSEBERY RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 14.2 MAIDEN HANDICAP—[?] furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

ROSEBERY RACES. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 11.2 MAIBEX HANDICAP — If furlongs. ft lb st lb ^infield ? 0 0 lolltc ? ? .. 7 0 Chrrns Girl ? 8 8 l'hi: ? ? 7 0 Humility ? & o Kel ? 7 0 .Strixia .. ...... o I Rofeleaf ? 7 a PJii.\bill J.Jis . ... ... 8 2 Collarette .. .. ..7ft More l.uc'k .. .. .. 7 13 My Fanny .. ..^.7 7 Ml*s Fiavus ? 7 13 Mi&s Yanadium .... 7 7 Le Brrtha ? 7 13 Yuglebuh ? 7 7 Odd Mmk .. .. .. 7 12 Ba- Xell ? 7 7 Piimu- ? 7 II T.C. ? 7 7 BrhlserWd ? 7 11 Visitation .. .... 7 7 Loch Aye ? 7)1 I^idy Melton . - ?? ^ 7 7 11.1 HANDICAP— 3 furlong*. The Rigging .. .. l» 5 Valorou* Queen .. .. fi 1 Wilton i:o?e ? 8 5 Thea Men* ? 7 11 Galjxy ? 8 5 Realm ? .. 7 0 : Grtea and White 3limer I.avJ .. ..7 0 (late Xorcen) .... 8 3 Atnelie ? 7 0 Nora Doot^ .. .. .. 8 1 Strixia .. .. .. — 7 7 NOVICE HANDICAP— 3i furlongs i My Mo '.. .. '.. S 13 Andorno ? ? ? 7 10 .Neilie . Ray (late Canveela ? ? 7 0 .fudge - Mb*) .. .. 8 10 Sockct ? ..7 0 Aii'aiic* .. .. ,.. S 8 Lady- Alice ?...

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

CA X X £ R B I' II Y P AUK RACES, T0-JU.Y- IOtDAX.. .. .. j

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VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. Thur.-d.iy, The nvrrnighi yhoi\ers gieatly improved the poinp on j the traelv.- at Y.P. Toe jrr.us (Imnllo on; » wa- opr'i. j Bt^rrapr'ion, who in-wed -lior;, «»nly did paee work, v. hi1.? C.-diiiia l.t ott v.itjj .'?e»en litr!4iti^?s in Inu'n loUe;. I J'ifj;; — Home and Sir Ihnvard apiirt--d ihr-v tiirlon«', in ! Jlfyee. On the 'middle grass' lirc.il t'Lirl easily tn» \ er?C'J nve itirlcns^ in inun-Uicc. romp:r;y ami Mat: i'/.t jmhii un three -piaiters oj a mile i.? lir.in 23i-j.-. ArlMiie got over six juilongs in ltnin l!bce, anil Gunill.i ei'nly put it j» lmin llsee lor live mrJongj. Prince Lack tette'd up lmin f^cc lor me inreiag,. Mutilator re icrded usi'inl e.\erei?c, and Mu-tapha i-an rive furlonis I itj lmin ^.lee. On the tan, Happy Mi** hpurtcd half a 1 mile in o2;Ce. Merei traver-r.-j riep furlongs in lmin 4liee ,and Irritation half a mile caiilv in oolftcc. XonPd ' vfen: seven turlongs at half-pare, and Miss Luna halt' i mile in olse?. Rue, Victori...

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