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FIXTURES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
FIXTURES. CRICKET. -«w .'onth v. J, ta: Sjiaey Cricks! tillJUid, r rs: ijraic. M 'Mio liarbor v. Oa'a , ill1../ ; A. .-«/ a-o^r *Vil* i.tr.M.I \, Ua;Jun, i;. V.,: . ; A. C. .I.n*s iai .1. lU'.-'.k. t I. -*? !::'' ( rick?: GroanJ -«.. j : . II. I .'i.i j a (U- . -. V.mv',, ; J. A. Turubull aarf Miltli.il. W. '* ? ? ' I'addhisto'- K' .'m::, Ha Tp ic.'i - l'-r!» ; It. Callaway snd.A. l.-fj'. Nuth -«d:.'. . ?. . --t i ht. (iir.rtf ? v. M i.:. It tr«:» ilie ; I'. K. Wil'cn aai \\\ Dsr'f p.. JJ.uri.kx'- n - . :?* » i*. : II. .Ju.vvc W. lh::i-j. ... . .f,U*bv ». ? r-vr. v* \%*x\ ; How U. T.rrrj c;:«l .1. ? ?.:» lV:err li^i.r '? I' ? III A'.-.tandr;.! : W. H. C. Jtjvi- .i. i !%?;!». (ier«iA' U ,-rl ; H. 1-. Uuntca r.rA K. J. bM'm-v \ ? .I:iSi-? Parik ; K. *,Vau. n anl *t. t. fi.i. Ib-r-h* «!» '-ntr.i! - 'u:nMrrUnd, L. aL lUvi* ;u. 1 i).t!inain v. ' . itlrchgrcve No. 1, V« . Mthell ani Pmthtj'. Uj-.r:! cn ?. Ir.-hh.^lu V.uverlcy Ns. 1; V.'. t. S.-ni'.A t l:-l' . Purawd a i.e. Thirl (iraJe. «...
ATHLETIC GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
ATHLETIC GOSSIP ® By 'MENTOR.' Th- week-night, club in.ctine at th-* bydnc- -ports Ground on Wfdr..MJay was ihe most, a'.Istactory gath« riiii: h* id on thai arena f ( ^ . jtn-- months' Phm. 'Ih- rr«Snimme °f vent.- 'A as provided by ; If' Botany. Last S- tipv, Hnrlston' Pari.. Marrickvilie. .-cwioy, »| lUdfcrn. and South .-ydn. y Harriers »«'''?! racing throughout va.- most Interesting. . i of the besl performance of the evening wa. I hut of A. F. Thorpe In the Marrickvilie Har »ters* hulf-mlle handicap. The ex-scnoois champion started from scratch, conceding no - ral allowances, nnd won from F. Coles. -»yu-, in 2min *»isec. , , T. Hynes was the most successful competitor In the Redfern Harriers' events. . P Ovds handicap from the 9yds mark in 10 In the quarter-mile race. Hynes. with 1 = tart, finished second to W. H. Lodge, who won , oir 2i\vd* In 52SCC, nnd occupied third place on M*yds*in the one mile handicap, which was , secured by T. Fitzgerald. 50yds. in lmln 40. ;'-3$ec. A....
NEWCASTLE NOTES. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
NEWCASTLE NOTES. THE TURF. Though there were not many horses sent up, there was quite an exodus of sporting folk to the Armidalc district for the racing carnival. The annual meeting of Newcastle Jockey Club on Tuesday night was a happy function, just as the year had been remarkably successful. Details of the great progress'raade have already appeared, aud nothing but congratulations were showered on the committee. Mr. J. Grisdalc (secretary), and the ofuclals. Mr. J. 0 Mora was in the chair. Special reference was mnde to the prize money for the Cup havinc reached i-'lOuO. and Mr. Merewether (a member of the A.J.C.) said Jie hoped the Newcastle Club would ere long become to the A.J.C. what Caulficld Is at pre sent to Flemlngton. That everything was satisfactory was shown by the return of the old committee. There was onlv one new candidate. The voting was : Messrs. Steel. 121); Cameron. 128; O'Mara. 129: Limcbitrner, 129; Moroney. 120; Garnham. 129; J. («. Wood, 125; llall, 12tf; Hogu...
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (By "PILOT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
V.A.r.C, AUTUMN MEETING. (Bv 'PILOT.') The above fixture commences this afternoon, nnd though difiUulty attaches to selecting start ers for tho v.irhus race1*. 1 expect the follow ing lot to supply a few place-gcttcrs : — WARREIX HURDLE : CELT ? 1 Larrakia ? '2 Ellcrstcne I! ? 3 FEDERAL STAKES : MACDUFF ? - ? ? 1 Golden Goblet ? .. .. .. ». i! Carna . .^ ? 3 BOND CUP ; KURINGAI ? 1 ? Watlalo ? 2 Diabolo ? ? 3 , OAKLEIGH PLATE : BEDLOE or BURRI. with Borrosov or WIdglewa In third place. ST. GEORGE STAKES : KUDORUS ? ? 1 Cider ? ? 2 Wolawa ? 3 SALISBURY WELTER ; DEESlDE or KWASIND ? 1 Sharpshooter ? 2 Lotroma ? 3 |
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
?VATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE. Dirn-or ? IIK.V. J. ITI.UIi:. BREHNAN - FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT. i;uiy i:wni-n- iit -. *i i n I H.uuula.vii. Tlii, Mil! !l ( I'.I'I'1* SCHEPP'S NOVELTV CIRCUS. I'OXIKS. DOCS. CATS. JICNKEVti. BESSIE SLAUCHTER. Tl'.. W.iil.l i ..mralto. ALBERT ANP HILLIEn, nilrlr'Hil- -1 ''?! (CHARLES) — DE LEA AMD ORMA— (GRACE) \ ? ? ? -? -'ru-dr. CHAS.— KING AND THORNTON CO — VIRGINIA. ERA COMEDY FOUR. HERBERT CLIFTON. TWO FRANKLINS, l-OflC IHCiU AN, ELF-CTRA. rnlCES AS L'SLAL. TLU at Thcauc.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
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MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
MOTORING. This afternoon the Motor Cycle Club nf N.S. j Wales is holding a petrol consumption test in ' Centennial Park. K. Tyler was to leave Sydney at !' p.m. yes terday on his third attempt to place the Sydney to Melbourne motor ry-)c record at 24 hours or under. J. Gunn. holder of the record, and J. nooiu. man in »mi inur.sciay maittng preparations for unother attack on the record. Some important motor cyclo races are to be decided next Saturday at Canterbury Park by the Motor Cycle Club of N.S. Wales. T'tv Motor Yacht Club of N.S. Wales ha* in j view the holding of a race on novel liner.. The competitors i;,art all together at the gun. and rave until another gun recalls them. Then they turn aud race back to the finish, the first homo winning- The racc Is termed n 'Bang-and-go- by.rk' cdc, and provides an automatic hanai c.ip.
SCHEPPS' NOVELTY CIRCUS. UNIQUE TURN AT THE NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE THE VALUE OF MENTAL TELEPAHTY IN TRAINING ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
5CHEPPS' NOVELTY CIRCUS. UNIQUE TURN AT THE NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE THE VALUE OK MENTAL TELEPATHY IN TRAINING ANIMALS. Unique Is the uet presented by Schcpps j Novelty Circus of cats, dogs, monkeys and t ponies showing to crowdcd houses at the Nu- j t tonal Amphitheatre. The audience dispenses marvelling at the extraordinary— almost un funny — sagacity exhibited by the animnl Per- j formers, and tho remarkable control which | :thelr trainer, Mr. Schcpps. exercises over them, j When I sought out Mr. Schepps at the Na- j for the purpose of gainiog an Interview, he J wns buoy putting the animals through their j puces. But he is an enthusiast on the subject of his charges ' 'While in the United States— my native land, j hy the way— I heard many nlcc things about j Australia and Australians. And now that 1 am ; here at last 1 find to my pleasure that those i views were perfectly true in every respect.' 'Is not that so ?' ho asked, turning to one \ of his monkeys seated near by on a chair, ...
AT THE THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
AT THE THEATRE It is becoming a habit lo visit 'The Sunshine Girl.' The lady has no intention of leaving Her Majesty's lor a while yet. A remarkable number of comedy acts figure In the present bill at the National Amphi theatre. All but -t few of the turns arc ot a luuch-creatlnc order. 'Sweet County Kerry,' one of the most popu lar of the Allen Doone plays, has been chosen to open the fortnight's season, beginning at the Royal to-night. Mies Eugenie Duggnn had a big welcome on - aturdny _nlght, when she stepped on tho stage '-pi. « Theatre, as Kate Brandou. In The Bush Girl.' Miss Duggan says there is J really not much actluc in theso Australian heroine parts. 'Vou can only be yourself.' And certainly she has a pleasing naturalness even in the most exciting of Kate's adventures. Mr. Cyril Mackay is also quite unaffected as Ihe manly aero. Jack nunstati. The adventures of the man who married The Beggar Girl' und thereby brought on him self the undying hatred of the villain, continue...
VETERAN JOCKEY JOHN OSBORNE AND THE VALUE OF WALKING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
VETERAN JOCKEY JOHN OSBOKNE ' AND -THE VALVE OF WALKING. Congratulations and good wishes were ex tended throughuv.t England to John Osborne, the j celebrated Jockey of other days, who ou Janu- | nry 7 celebrated his 80th birthday. John Osborne was in many ways a schoolboy when he watt sixty, and he is the same school boy at eighty. He has not aged one single day Jn' tho Inst twenty years, says a writer In the 'Daily ' Despatch.'' ' . Twenty years ir. the flick of an eyelid to : a man who reads history, and It has been John Osborne's province not merely to read Turf history, but to make It. j When Mynora won the Northumberland Plate 1 last ycr.r she wits a mare John Oflborne trained, and I said to him, 'Tbey tell me you rode this mare In her trial for tho Northumberland Plate, Is this a fact, because I do not want to put anything In the paper which is not true.' He answered, 'Mynora was not tried, but I rode her in her winding-up gallops.' You never see John Osborne get into a cab if...
PARRAMATTA RIVER PROFESSIONAL SCULLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
PARRAMATTA RIVER PROFESSIONAL j SCULLING CLl'B. To the EuIlot ? 5attir-'.dy nc.'erre.'— Sir.— Me«*rs. Turner and Cantmiagc (president and | ossittunt rccretarv of the Kemp Professional: Sculling Clubi complain, in your last Issue, that 'one pnrtirulir flub. kn«r.» as the P.R.P.R.C.. tontine*, all events to Its members only, and : to the exclusion of -ill other professional *cul Lt:r clubs in this State,' 1 would be glad if ' you would give me spare In which to corrrc j .snv wrong lmpre?slon that t»;c statement quo'o:i i tnav creatc In the minds of supporter* of pro- j fc^Mona! rowing. i The members of the Parramatta River Club j considered that, in the regattas ou December 7 j and the -2nd Inst., the races should be re- ? ftrlctcd to members of their club. The general opinion among members was that, as the bulk of the money In the club's bank had been con tributed by them in the shape of subscription*, it was unfair to allow an outsider to compete nnd. perhaps, win the prl7.es. This...
TENNIS TALK. CRICKET AND LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
-TENNIS TALK. I -?- By 'AUSTRAL.' ® CHICK KT AND V.AWN TENNIS. A week or two back my colleague 'Not Out wns cuttcvl* from his cricket environment to have a look at our kindred «p°rL and thereon made ?omp most Interesting remarks. In kind 1 am responding, for I also was Induced to have a look at our friend Trumper putting Up bis great showing In his benefit match, and while I watched that and admired his skilful manipulation ot tne uan, anowicr umuB»i ».?».«« lo me. Why is It that the essence of good batting la a ytralgbt, I.e.. a vertical bat, whereas in tennis we are Just realising that the horizontal bnt. Is, where possible, the correct thing ? One reason strikes me as perfectly clear, and perhaps entirely sufficient. In cricket a verti cal wicket has to be defended, and a vertical bnt covers mory of it than any other holding. Of course, a during batsman, like Jessop, breaks the rule, and In hitting hnrd to leg the rule in not so 'closely observed, but It Is practically an unbroke...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. PARRAMATTA RIVER. £400 — Alf. Felton v. Jim Paddon — £400 FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA AND £400 STAKES. « TO-DAY TO-DAY j STEAMERS KUIIUBILLI ar.d KING EDWARD LEAVE FORT MACQl ARIE at 3 p.ta. thirp, calling at Abbct&Iord at 3.30. ... TICKETS, )/? UMPIRE'S BOAT, 5/- .J \ LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. BICE. lMrOUTElt OF LAWN- TKN'NIS ltEQDISI-lES. 6LAZENCE1I. AYltES, SPALDING ti DAVIS PACKETS. I1ACKI.TS ItKt'AIHEl) AND ItE-SIllUNO. Crcund Floor, Equitable Duildings, 'ctiau. City 2 U3. ? ? OiOllCli STBEEY.
GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
[ GOLF GOSSIP j II® By 'THE COLONEL-' 0 Jack Clark, tho Concord professional, has been appointed to act as secretary of the Professional Golfers' Association. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of .1. V. Kii-t. wh.t resigned owing to the 'MRen- of }-M in -ss. We do not hear vrrv much nt ibc; V .;i : ioa at pre.-ent. hu: ii o'tiy 'n infancy, i« »i«| in the ct;ur--% of a tev ycaTJ rhonld bo onio u po/.-er in th« v.orbl ?»!' r.o;., as every year the list of our pro.'-'.'JKloMl golfers Is being swelled, chiefly by r.rr arrival.; from England and Scotland, and a very ilne class of men they all arc. New South v. ale?, u Indeed luckv In having such a splendid l°t ru professional*, and. owing to their pr.'re*iic«\ tho standard -if ploy in there parts will mo.-; ,1; ruredly br raised. We r.eed only mention amongst the n«-wcomerr such men as Aithti/ Le Fevre, of Manly, and J. 'Johnston, ot i.'jii royde, to give some Idea of the new talent. GOLF SEASON I...
CYCLING NOTES CLUB SATURDAY IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
['cycling NOTES 1 | © 'GLUE STREAK.' ® j CLIP SATURDAY IN SYDNEY. i in:; afternoon win bo the Cyeliuts' Union a February Club Saturday a: the Sporu Ground. Tho uyual list of club fixtures will bo de cided. Redfern club announces two events— a cham pionship aud a club handicap. The champion ship should Just make a nice gallop Cor S. ilur tlnsbaw and C. M. Cutcllflc for thoir preparation U'V (ho Perry Cup. i Tho City club, whose annual meeting took 1 place on Tuesday evening, will define 'i ln^° j handicap nt the Sports Ground this afternoon. South Sydney club auuouuces a nill»5 handicap thlo afternoon. Ifanlicap*: -:. Iturton, C. W. Lowder. scr.; W. J. *)u-gh-'. 1». l.ce, A, '/.innncr, UOvdn; C. )-ood«, 'JOyil?.; -;. Louder. c, Burton, 40vdj; II. M'Gsurln. AOyd#; .1. -*i;»pn, J. .Muds-.'. :».*»*, Jp : W. Girentteld. T. MeNaniui:i, '?'''Is; ii. Amiutagc. i».'»viIk: V*. Doule.v, 70- F. hlirj, W, .Murphv, -Ovdi-; J. Grernlleltl. J?.*,-dj»: J. Dienr.au, J. Itrirltrc*. S. Cohen. C. BulUvu...
NORTHERN SUBURBS AMATEUR CLUBS' BUTCHER SHIELD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913
NORTHERN SUBURBS AMATEUR CLUBS' BUTCHER SHIELD RACE. Tho Northern Suburbs Amateur Clubs' mile event this afternoon is for road wheels and tyres only, no single tubes being allowed. The event is not a Butcher Shield Race, the latter event having been postponed till March. Han- dicaps:— J. Meller, scr.; E. Sudwell, T. Beer. 40yds; A. Meller, R. A. Wagschall, 50yds; W. Boylan. 70; A. R. Wright, A. Green. 90; J. Smith, 95; H. Gordon, 100; F. Meller, 150; F. Delandro, J. H. Madigan, C. Whittaker, 160. The Northern Suburbs League Club will hold a road race at Chatswood every week end for the next few months. Handicaps for the first one, a five miles, this afternoon:— C. S. Dickson, scr.; E. H. Rodgers, 10soc; D, Byrne, 20; O. Clafton, J. J. Pittawny, 25; O. A. Gore, 35; E. Bestel, 55; E. J. Ferguson, H. L. Traveller, lmin; A. H. Darley, W. Carpenter, 1min 5sec; B. Fisher, W. Sach, R. Collins, B. Wilson, A. G. Craw, 1.15; R. Brodie, H. A. Schofield, H. Howard, 1.25; J. Hilder. F. H. Duffy,...
SCHOOL OF ATHLETICS. AMBITIOUS EXPERIMENT TO BE STARTED IN FRANCE IN APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
SCHOOL OF ATHLETICS. i AMBITIOUS EXPERIMENT TO BF. STARTED IN FRANCE IN APRIL. A verr interesting experiment Is to be started at Rhei'ms, in Franco. In the coming aprine. This is a 'College of Athletes : a School of Physical Training and Sports,' and it Is appar- I ently being established, especially with a view to the next Olympic games. One of tho most impressive points iu the scheme is thc names of the organising committee — a wonderful tri bute to the importance allotted to sports by seme of thc leading men of tbat country. The committee consists of M. Auguste Rodin, tho famous sculptor, M. Jean Ricbepin, one of the greatest French writers of the day. Dr. G. Weiss, of the Academy of Medicine, Lieutenant Georges Herbert, who is a sort of physical de velopment expert to tbe French -»avy. Marquis dt» Polignac, the Lord Desborough of France, M. Jacques Balsan. vice-president of the French Aero Club, and M. Maurice Colrat nnd Dr. Boucard. Lieutenant Herbert, who is to be the practica...