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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
EQUINOINT.' (REG.) THE SCIENTIFIC REMEDY FOR LAMENESS !fi HORSES IS WORKING WONDERS. IMl EQUINOINT comas no palb, leaves no uletnWi, cures fcy cbsc fytion, icr,.orfe» lho enlarc^menlii end allows *ou to WOHK THE HORSE ALU THE TIME. The lead Irn Trainers Of Sydney uio 'EQUINOIK1.' They *n«w l.u t»:st. Please write us (or copies oi Testimonial*. PlliCtl PER 3Sa*. TIN, 13/3. Inctudiru posisjc In Ihli State. Other Slates, 13/9. AGENTS: DEWHURST & HALLORAN, Ltd. . a O'CONNELL STREET. SYDNEY. A«nt Im Victoria : KD. COLLINS, Dudley Uulldiuss, j CgllLu eucei. Mtl^ourmL. i ROSEBERY RACING CLUB' NOTU'K Tu JHJOK3MKKII& | nOOKM VKKU5P RKGlsTRATlON* Fi:KS for abate CT»:h Mi sr 111: paid on hi: m.ro:u: i». -?. os Monday Ni:\T, nth I u-t. .V. Fee will Lo tincii mi tl.e tourac. 11 Klitaix-rh-s:. J. INDKJtmi.L, Thon... Crr.irS. J''-'. fcYereUry. | SPECIAL OFFER to SPORTS | X c«.',\r»fooJ chiinca for a start in life to all - ► * bi OK Id who require uti up-to-date Suit. 'ir.-ide -► £ ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
FOOTBALL. M. (Nowtown.)t^-H. 11. Messenger was born ln Bnlmain, und not in New Zealand, NEWCASTLE.— 'Messenger's Hotel' in nt tho corner of Elizabeth and Market streets, R.D. (Carlton): J. Lomas and a majority of tho other members of thc tcuui were more or less - out ol form last year, atni some of them 'wero dropped from their elubo. OLD ST. ANDREW'S (North Sydney):— (1) la the Rugby Union matches for the premiership, the University was unbeaten in l!?i7, 18S8, 1SSL1, lSOO.and lS'Jl. (2) In 1S77 H. Kelley was eap« tain; in U78, '79, 'SO, '81, '5.', and 'S3, li Raper, 1S31 and iv, C. L. Tango; ISSS, Jamei 1\ Mcmanamy; isf.7. and '58, J. A. K. Shaw; 1SS0 and 1&9U, L. E. F. Neill; lilU, II. H. Leo} U'JJ, L. S. Veech; 1693, 'Ji, '93, 11. p. Abbott; 1 £ 00, P. D. Colquhon; and 1S97, '03. '?9, und lroo h. p. wood.
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB'S SPRING MEETING. (By "PILOT.") FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPsI AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB'S SPRING MEETING. (By 'PILOT.') i FOORTH DAY— SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. 'HIGHWE1GHT HANDICAP: ? ? 1 Barley Water ? 2 Gigandra ? 3 WAVERLEY HANDICAP: MUTILATOR ? 1 Hallowmas ? 2 ladles Man* or Shuja ? ? 3 DOWL1NQ STEEPLECHASE: SIR LETHE ? ? 1 Continuance ? jf Hautapu ? 3 ? ? MEMBERS' HANDICAP: CAGOU ? ? \ Barambah ? *, **, ** *' 2 Hoyal Laddlo ? *.*. JJ 3 RANDWICK PLATE: In the possible abacnce ot Duke Foote TRAFALGAR ? ? 1 Aurofodina ? 2 Jacamar ? 3 FINAL HANDICAP: IOLI ? 1 Bernard ? 2 Bfalrcnur ? 3 (By 'THE SCOUT.') FOURTH DAY-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP: ST. MEDOC ? 1 Barley Watc;* ? 2 I'annopa .« . . .. . . .. . . ? ? 3 WAVERLEY HANDICAP: PIASTRE ? 1 Ladies' Man ? ? 2 Mutilator ? ? ?? 3 DOWLINO STEEPLECHASE: CONTINUANCE ? 1 Sir Letho ? 2 Hcutuou ? 3 MEMBERS' HANDICAP: AURIFER ? 1 Barambah ? 2 Elystas ? ? 3 RANDWICK PLATE: DUKE FOOTE ? 1 Trafalgar ? 2 Aurofodina ? 3 FINAL HANDICAP: BERNARD ? 1 Flaxen ? 2 ShuJa...
QUERIES ANSWERED CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
QUERIES ANSWERED I By 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE I ARROW' STAFF. I CRICKET. BOWLER (Randwick.) Out l.b.w. 1 J M. (Redfcrn)t— The M.C.C. has given a ruling to tho cffcct; apart from that, if you carefully read the Law, you will see that it If dcau ou thc point. C.J. A. iStanmore) asks: 'If ono rhort run Is ruu lu two runs, docs that constitute a run ? or can nuy run bo legally given under such clrcumstanecB ?' Aiib.: One run ia scored, . thc law being clear on thc subject.
RANDWICK PROGRAMME TO-DAY FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP. (To start at 1 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
RANDWICK PROGRAMME TO-DAY FOURTH DAY— SATURDAY, OCTOCCR 12. HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP. (To itart at i p.:».) A hinJictp mrcpttafce* of IJ w.j. ta'.h, 1 J:., »i:h .v:i : *o»*. «Ud:d. For thrrr-jcarold* aud v.;v*a;u-... Tne owrcr «f the srtocii h'.r»c W iccehe Ik.*) »}»-., j«-d lit; owner tf itc third Co ioi-. iioto tbv Lo*f«; '* ? J ,ur,e'-'* «t lb ltr. B. Cihcn*j b er br It fJKiANDItA, iyr* ? K li Mr. 'W. T. Newlaav b b HI.-UHCOUlt, 5jr» .. .. H 3 Mr. J. Jobr.xn'i br £ lmsilMAS. ascd ? 10 Ij llr. li. t*. £« tea'# blk b MALTilLalAN, Syr ? to U Mr. V. Sawrcr's b g UYUENKAL, 5}ti ? Hi S Mr. J. Itirk's th g VABUUM, djn ? ? 10 »? 'At. A. ii. Nsfftl'i I: er blk b liAVOCOUS. fiyr* 10 i Mam. W. aau K. A. Mo«»' b g ST. MKDOv, -.*?« lu »» Mr. W .C. Klrby's b g GKOHtil. UU.NN, Ayr ? ? 13 Mr. J. Tomlinwa'i er b M'WARA KL1VA, 6yra .. 9 13 Mr. G. if. I'aloc'f cl. in L.\nV MALsTKU. aetJ .. V U Mr. J. L!o;d'» br s HaKLKV UATKK, iffcU .. .. 0 V Mr. 'J. Ihrl.'.' ' hr g WILD WKM', Cyr« ? W Mr. 'A. MifhatiV...
V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. FIRST DAY-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. IOLO WELTER, (To start at 1 p.m.) Of [?] 7 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. PmST DAY— SATCRDAY. OCTOBER 12. IOLO WELTER, ao start at 1 p.m.) Of 2j0 tors. 7 furlongs. st lb it lb Lord Dudley ? 9 13 Iliad ? 8 1 Takipono ? 9 9 SalUro ? 8 1 Sharpshooter ? 9 7 Kwasind ? 8 1 Sconser ? 9 7 Something Irish .... 8 1 CVxdsgunjah ...... 9 5 I'yioj ? 8 1 Clipper .. .. .. 0 5 Crucial ? 7 13 Lord Illinois ? 9 5 MaKjr ? 7 7 Double Fcriune .... 9 1 l)e«be:ry ? 7 7 llraw S?yt ? 3 13 Atdlui .. ? ? 7 7 l'ri-n:br2 ? 8 9 Jubilee Qccca .... 7 7 .St. Vjnu ? 8 9 Bces^uror.b ? 7 7 WalLiio ? a 9 Kurresh ? 7 7 Yandiila King .. .. 3 U Itosny ? 7 7 Itoyjl Flee: ? 8 7 Wiatey ? 7 7 Prince Grsftou .... 8 5 l(i:r.ur-. ? 7 7 Wcgglf ? 8 1 Me.iiuwtah ..7 7 tta:;irTjrr.l ? 8 1 tub*' .. .. ? ? 7 7 'oj-.BUTANT STAKC5. O'o star: at 2 p.m.; Of 1-30 son. second horse to receire 230 cors, and thu third 1W sovs troin t!.c stJkc. lor two-year-olda. Colli, S.O ; tlUics ?nid giidm;* (at thc time of ruu* niiig), Ihu U inner ut any tacu to carry luib extra; ii iuu or mure mcj, l-!...
V.A.T.C. MEETING. (BY "PILOT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
V.A.T.C MEETING. (BY 'PILOT.') j The above fixture Is to commence this after- j eoon, and for the various raccs I like the fol lowing; IOLO WELTER: TAKIPONO ? 1 Kwasind ? 2 Pvlos ? 3 DEBUTANT STAKES: KILDALTON ? i ? 1 Ordinal ? 2 Miss Do Aar ? 3 ' CAULFIELD STAKES: LADY MEDALLIST ? 1 ? ? 2 Wllarl ? 3 UINGWOOD STEEPLECHASE: rre su*: ? i P.iyto ? 2 Tlnto ? 3 CAULFIELD GUINEAS: RATHLEA ? 1 Uurr'wang ? - Blclrmount ? 3 TOORAK HANDICAP: UNCLE SAM ? 1 Ilabel ? 2 l'urlnga .. .. - ? ? 3
MELBOURNE TURF NEWS. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
MELBOURNE TURF NEVIS. (By Wire— From 'Ajax,') Friday Night. Thc Sydney OUy Malt Lily has been on th* easy ll&t since her racc In thc Marlbyrnong Trial Stakes. G. Lambert will, at Caulfleld to-morrow, ride Burrawang In the Guineas ; Wllarl In tho Caul licld Stakes ; and Ptah ln the Toorak Handlcrtp. G. Roes will not rldo at thc meeting, as hla six months' disqualification for foul riding ut I -Mcntono was endorsed by the - .It.c. committee to-day. Undo Sam Is likely to start favorite for th? Toorak Handicap. Lochono has arrlvod at Caulfleld. M. Council will rldo Lady Medallist In thc Caulfleld Stakes. Sandbath and Wool have arrived at Fleming ton from Sydney. 1 At FIcmlngton this morning Moe ran half a| mile on the tan In G2 seconds. 1 At Caulfleld Eudorus and Royal Scotch ran a mile In 1.52 j. ; Woolerlna. Bunbury and King Broomstick are unlikely starters tor thc Toorak Handicap. Charlstos, Dowfall, Dunard. Shlrln, Achilla and the First Fleece filly arc unlikely starters for...
NEW ZEALAND AND PROPRIETARY RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
NBW ZEALAND AND PROPRIETARY I RACING. j The following is from the 'Canterbury Times' | (Chrlstchurch). the contributor being its Auck- 1 land correspondent : I 'Tho Takapuna Jockey Club having been I brought iuto tbe linu.Hght in pronounced form j by reason of a statement made in Parliament ! ty Mr. G. W. Russell, the member for Avon, that i the club carried thc proprietary element, much | Interest was attached to the annual meeting of mcmucrs, us it was felt tbnt thc president, Mr. ! E. W. Alison, would have something to say on I tho subject. Mr. Alison, in a spirited speech. I made a completo statement which entirely dis poses of Mr. Russell's charge. Tbe exact words j used by Mr. Russell wero : 'Everyone knew that I thc Takapuna Club was to all Intents and pur- I poses proprietary, and that the proprietors were I thc pcoplo who owned the Auckland and North Shoro Ferry Company.' Mr. Alison said thc statement made by Mr. Russell was absolutely unfounded, and why Mr. Russell mado su...
TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
TROTTING. (Dy 'RAMBLER.') At Epplng on Tuesday, popular anticipations j «rcrc vory much astray, not one of thc .uvoie-j: horses being aucccssful. j In the. lr.nl Handicap (1 mile 1 furlo..:;j, ::o ( *cs most Bought after (5 to ^ agalnalL 1 be J mate led into me but Hlue Metal r.aoi £Ciuing on her. However, tbo latter broKe, r.nn ! nppcarcd a ecriuln winner, when Sir Ribhot.. j wood, coming last oa the outnide, beat llic | favorite by a length in 2min. 6'Jjacc, i For tho l'ly.ng Handicap, LJextcr, C to ?; I ugainst, and Mt-uiov.- Maid, 5 to 2 against, wrrcj v.cll-backcd, but uclther was placed, lluoa Bocuclo, about v. huh fcerens were obialnayk, wou by about tour lengths irorn Dorceu il . in 2mln 4:sec. Agalu, In thc third event, thc Tramway Han dicap, neither Bay Dave or lltrl, which Shared ' the potitlon of favorite, v;u* plated. iJia.-.i forest, who 3taned ut lo to 1, uua not troJ^bJ, find won by threo lengtht, aud Zoc, who ran j second lo tho winner lor the greater part cfi thc J...
SPORT PARLIAMENT WHAT OUR READERS THINK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
SPORT PARLIAMENT WHAT OUR READERS THINK. ? I 1 'Swimmer' (Nowcastlo), writes : Our Surf .Club, as you probably know, has some hundreds oi members, aud. is financially strong. A mat ter arising out of the aumfal meeting has been -talked about by a few of us, and 1 would llko to know If it Is xrsual. Our officials are 'hono- rary,' thatris, tbey are callcd 'hon. secretary,' etc. At the meeting referred to £15/15/, £10/10/. and £5/5/ were voted to the secretary. tteasurcr, and assistant-secretary respectively, each receiving the money as an honorarium. Is there any difference between the rccclpt of money ln this way and the ordlnnry payment for services ? 1 would like to know thc views of Sydney club-members. AMONG THE 'VARSITY ATHLETES. 'Only a Crickctcr' (Forest Lodge) writes: — In Wednesday's ??Referee' I notlcc that 'Prodi- gal,' In putting iu a claim for athletics nt thc University, casts cricket and rowing Into the background. Ho says: 'If thc Sydney 'Varsity A.C. authorities art...
TENNIS TALK. THE ENGLISH TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
TENNIS TALK. By 'KURRAJOfJQ.' @ THE ENGLISH TEXM. By next Issue thc English uam will be nl mo3t in sjgbt of IJobson'o Bay, the port of Mel- ' bourne, for they ere due to arrive on tho H-nd by the Thcmlstoclrs, via thc Cape. J. C. Parke, j their j-'.-cund string in singles, competed last ynr in nine open tournaments, and won 20 first prizes, fn single# he una only beaten thrco tinu si— Frolurii.'im, Gobcrt, and A. II. Lowe. Ho W5if. only txatcn twice ln doubles, and with Mrs. Larcomt'f was, not beaten during the season. Touching thc pilgrimage of EnglUih players to Australia in qut st of thc Davis Cup, 'Thc Field' says; 'It opens a no* chapter ia the sporting re lations of the two countries, and it Is certain to evoke enthusiasm throughout the Common we-alth. Wc do nut deny that this visit Is long overdue, and that thc Australian?, bearing nnd reading of excursions to other colonies, had legitimate cause lor disappointment aad even! resentment because their land had been noglec ted. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
? LAWN TENNES. EDGAR J. KJCE, iMroim:n ok lwvn tknnis ip'ourvnrq CLAZlIMJl.lS. AYUK- Sl'AI.UINt. .V I»\VJS 15 wVm I.MC'K.Ti-S NU'AIH.MJ AM) j- r/ft'.va. 'llr. ur.il Mucr, K'|uit.ib'e lti;:l 'Hie:;.*, t'iiv -i'.v. ? _ -.i:oi;c;: ' stukuV. 'Lawn Tennis in Australasia ' By 'Al'sTItAI.' I KPM: UONCJ). WITH SIXTV Al'TiOS IMIOTOS tip AND UlUi.lt l-'AMnrs l'MYKitS. A critical analysis ut tin* j.heiod aiel nf tho ajodero t''fwr«fy hi-lo: ci tl,-- can;,, and ui tl.e l-aci» Cup in Aibtral.i.ii.1. .Ml Auitrahan records. t»thir In leristltif: ami piaelical :irtlel-«i. Hyw to make a court md u u-uient roller. Lc. Cloth bound, crowa octavo. — . — J'ttlCE O.'.-eUOHILV ? ? ?
GOLF GOSSIP. MANLY CLUB'S CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
GOLF GOSSIP. By 'THE COLONEL.' MANLY CLUB'S CHAMPIONSHIP. II. S. Targctt fell with n crash from the I pedestal which he occupied after tbe first of the ! qualifying rounds lu Matily's Championship. It Is n far cry from *9 to IM In stroke couipe- | titlon, end yet these were Torgctt'u two scores. | In the first round Targett. fresh irom hla place ! In tho Club's B team, surprised everyono by heading the list with a splendid card of 7:». E. L. Apperly coming next with to. In the | second ami nnni quauiyir.g rotinas, Targett s j fino Knmc of tho previous Saturday quite dc- | serted him; hu wos onco more a mere B-^radcr. nnd it icae hard indeed to identify him with the ! top notchcr of thc fir3t day. So great was thc I discrepancy la his form, that in theao racing: day?, wc almost c&pcctcd to lirar of Stipendiary ; Stewart Durct hauling him up fo: his in-and-out running. According to expectations, however, E. L. Apperly topped thc list for the two rounds. Ills seores wcro Si) an...
BASKET-BALL SEASON CLOSES FITTINGLY. WITH A SUCCESSFUL TOURNAMENT ON THE HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
BASKET-BALL SEASON CLOSES FITTINGLY, WiTII A SUCCESSFUL TOURNAMENT ON THE HOLIDAY. Thc New South Wales Presbyterian Fellow ship Association's Basket-ball Tournament, ' at Kusbcuttcr's Bay, ou Monduy, was a great suc ccss. T\»o significant facts, which uru a sour;o of gratification lo thoso ussoclated ln develop ing thc 'game, were brought to light. In tho first placu thc standard of play by practically all thc competing teams was of a high order. S'jihg of tho teams displayed excellent com bination both in nttnek and dcfcncc, which lu dlcatcs tho kcencss of tho player* to master the game in Us best sense, for only by assidu ous practice could they havo attained to sucu proficiency, lt was also demonstrated clcarl/ oy the largo number of spectators that a con siderable Interest centres with the game. Throughout tho tournament tho onlookers cvinccd lively interest In what was going on. nud not infrequently excitement reached a high pitch. The Cbatswood team, which won tho tourna ment,...
WOMEN IN SPORT [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
I WOMEN IN SPORT I I By 'OMNES.' ® Miss Lllv Smith, daughter of Superintendent Smith, of *ihe London Fire Brigade, on August Ll; aciotjplished a very fine performance by i.wlmmlug from Dover to Ramsgatc a distance of tweuiv miles in ubr. ^2^nln. Thc hamc-comlng of Misses Fanny Durack and r.!ln-i Wyllc, tbe Olympic swimmers, and tbe re e'rption given In their honor by Mrs. H. D. Mcintosh were shown m a scries of grapnic moving pictures at thc Crystal Palace early this week. In tho final round of the Ladies Championship of Queensland, postponed from Brisbano nnd played off at Double Bay on Thursday. Mrs. I'orJ led .Mrs. Beany all through, winning at C-1, C-l, by better length strokes, and fewer errors. The loser \ollcycd well, and played plucklly. THE FIRST LADY JOCKEY. Tho Viennese ncwepapcrs, early In Septem ber, contained a sensational announcement, tho Jr.rtt cppcarancc of a female Jockey, who In l.ndod If possible, to carry silk nt thc Octobcr Meeting of Knpossins Mcgycs. Tho lad...