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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
?RATIONAL amphitheatre. Uncasing Director ? '. HEN, J, FULLKIt BRENNAn-FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT. F.VIIItV KVKNINt!. nt P. ?MATINEES. WEDNESDAYS AND 'SATURDAYS. SCHEPP'S ANIMAL CIRCUS. Tile (;ic:'.tc:,t ol all Animal Act*. CHAS. KING and VIRGINIA THORNTON, In One-Act PlHJ's. PESKIE Ff. M fiMTER. I)K I.I.A «nd ORMA. two ritANKLiNs. r.oFii: ni-ncAs. ii;:rbeht n.iiTON. . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. MORE .STAR AfTS, HENRY and MAV. I.IEI'T. STOFF. GEUTRI'DE F.MERY. M.\nF.i.f.i:. . , 'Hi:: tit-bits. FKICES AS USUAL, r.'m it Tbeatic.
AT THE THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
I AT THE THEATRE Mist Gsrtnide Emery, a daring and graceful i ir.iptfist, will make her fir3t appcarancc at t'l-1 National Amphitheatre this atternoon. Other ncwiomcrs will be Mabelle, a Sydney girl who specialises iu dancing, and those clcvcr Juvcu lies, the Three Titbits. ! Arriving by the Sonoma on Monday week, un der en?n;:cn:cr.t to tbe Erennan-Fuller Circuit, arc several American acts personally selected | h-' Mr. Julcj, Simpson. At lca3t two of theso j wll? open hi Sydney, including Van Camp, th! j .Vaglentu, jsmJ his educated pigs, nnd Mdllc. Ei- i mcfalda, a musician. 1 Henry and May. two clever trick cyclists, will make their first appearance at tho National Amphitbcatro this atternoon. Tho couple aro | (inscribed aa being the 'dizzy limit' In this class I oi work. Ilenry was in Aurtralln a year or two ago with another partner, and his thrill ing ride down a long flight of 3t«'ps Is .well re membered, I For to-day's matinee at tho Royal, in aid o: the Scott Fund, a remarka...
BROOKES AND PARKE IN THE DAVIS CUP. ENGLISH PLAYER MR. F. C. BEAMISH GIVES HIS IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
BROOKES AND PARKE IN IHE DAVIS CUP. JJNOLlSH PLAYER MR. F. C. BEAMISH GIVES HIS IMPRESSIONS. The historic Davis Cup game between J. C. i Pa i kc and N. E. Brookes at Melbourne con- , t'liues to furnish food for Illuminating obscrva- I lions by expert tennis critics throughout the ! world. We havc described the great contest from (he Australian point o: view, through the pin of 'Austral.' and we have been able to quote the views of the English captain. Th'* i oj. f c is so Interesting and abiding, however, tnat the following most admirable commentary or. the play by Mr. J\ C. Beamish in 'Th' !*Ii Id.'* will be relished by all interested in lawn tennis, or in internutiotial sport, In which tin rivalry Is hot. THE MERHl CREEK SOIL. Here Is the account of the first day'u slnglc3 lu the Davis Cup contest as 1 saw them. We hud prevailed upon Dixon to pluy at the last moment, arguing that, even if out of form, he might rtrlke It at any moment, and his innate genius for the same and head-wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
LAWN TENNIS. j EDGAR J. RICE, uiroimai of lawn ykvnis ltEquisnus. SLAZbNCtilt, AVltKS, SPALDING i DAVIS UAC2ETS. ' |-,ACK::TS .'tU'AIIILU AND ItLSlliLWd. UrounJ Fleer, l.qiiiub- lKiiLiin'tfi, ! 'I'Nd;w. City ? M:nUOt STnESV. corrfspondents ARE REQUESTED TO ' NOTE rHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION LETTER8 TO '3ATUROAY REFEREE Ario ! ARROW' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICE ON THURSDAY IF POSSUM- - I
LADY SWIMMERS. SECRETARY OF THE ASSOCIATIONS SPEAKS OF THEIR ADVANCE. POINTS OF TO-DAY'S CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
LADY SWIMMERS. SECRETARY OF THE ASSOCIATION SPEAKS OF THEIR ADVANCE. T01NTS OF TO-DAY'S CARNIVAL. (By 'WALER. 'J 'Swimming among ladles is going ahead won derfully,' was the reply to my question made by Miss Kathleen Durack, sister of the world'*} champion, and secretary of the N.S. Wales Ladies Swimming Association, whose carnival Is to be held at the Domain Baihs this afternoon. 'And as for the carnival,' she added, 'since It has been decided to let men attend, wc have not lost any members; galued a few, In fact, although It was prophesied that we would lose a loi. In addition, our association has gained another club.' What is the strength of the Association? 'There are five clubs affiliated— Metropolitan, Sydney, Eastern Suburbs, Mosman, und Rechu bite. The last-named Is the new club of which 1 spoke, and has a 'swimming membership of 4o. Altogether the tola) strength of the asso ciation is about 100, and practically all swim ming members, though there arc only about 100 up to ca...
GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
I GOLF GOSSIP ® V By 'THE COLONEL.' (?) It wjU be remembered that after Ivo Whltton, the young Vlitorlan amateur, won the lasi open championship nt Sandrlnghnm, the point was taken that he had committed a breach of stroke rule 11. inusmuch as at tho lith hole, after lifting hlr» boll from some bushes, he did not, on teeing bis ball, keep the ?pot from which th;* ball was lifted between bltncelf and tho hole, hut be tood the ball ;M ihe side of the bushes, and thus obtained a clear shot at the hole, as he said that had he gone back and l;ep; the spot where ihe ball originally lay be tween him and the hole he would have been compelled lo play over sonic bushes which were not between him nnd the hole before his ball was lifted. Much to the surprise of the majo rity of golfers, the committee of ihe Austra lian Golf Union, by a majority of two to one (Mr. W. A. Windeycr dissenting), decided that Whltton had acted lightly In teeing whore he did, and so he was awarded the championship. Had...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
W — ? ? ? — -fr A PENN'ORTH OF NUGGETS 1 Thii terms an Impossibility, but 'Tho Globe' gives It in «very Issue, In addition to a mast ot highly-lnterestlno reading matter, tnere is much information worth good solid money to the reftdei. Thousands testify to this. Tor One Her.ny 'Th* Globe' may be purchased from any newsagent In Australasia. For Five Shfb llr.Qi tent dlreot to the Office, 136 Cast!4raagh- street, Sydney, the peper will be sent, post free, for * whole year, to any address, without any further trouble whatever. Why not enrich your, family now ? Wear the Clottses Now— Fay Later What better way could you have than (hit ? Here are the CLOTHES you want, right hi price, right in quality, and yet you buy what you like, nnd pay at your leisure. WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR EASY TERMS, and put your ready money to other uses ? GIVE US A CALL. MY AM COMPANY, tbbonplayvSctla^r^sv ? S HUNTER STREET. SHOW ROOMS FIRST FLOOR. TKL. mo:, CITY. LADIES' SWIMMING CARNIVAL DOMAIN BATHS. TH...
CYCLING NOTES "BLUE STREAK" EVENTS THIS AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 February 1913
CYCLING NOTES &nbsp; 'BLUE STREAK.' &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; EVENTS THIS AFTERNOON. &nbsp; For this afternoon there are a couple of club road races to be decided, but the principal cy- cling fixtures to come are all set down for next week. One event this afternoon will be the Burwood League club's four miles on the Flemington Auburn course. Handicaps: — C. Cassidy, scr; L. Tracey, C. H. Daft, C. Fittler, 30sec; T. Tracey, A. Ryan, G. Tuckwell, J. Erskine, 40; S. Shep- hard, J. Fittler, 50: H. Spurway, 1min 15sec; M. Moore, 1.25; J. Jorgenson, P. Bruckard, 1.40; B. Holt, W, Crowther, D. Barrett, J. R.. Mc- Gowan, 1.50. The Northern Suburbs League Club's post- poned five miles from last Saturday will also be decided to-day. The Rookwood club also has a road race, dis- &nbsp; tance. six miles, on the Rookwood -Bankstown &nbsp; course, to decide to-day. &nbsp; NEXT WEEK'S RACING. &nbsp; bot...
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. Thf» N.S. Wales Football Association ofikv- ; bearers are : Patrons. Stato G'overnor and Ad- '? n.jral ; president. John Nobb?, M.L.A.; vr/e- ? prol'lcnis. W. Lin -oln. J. K. Black, R. T. Bla»k. J. Speerin, K. M. Penin, J. Scott, r». MeCra! kcn. E. Lukemann ind Oscar Read ; hon. sec retary, Siepl;en Lynch ; assistant hon. vccret«'.ry. I-. C. Hughes ; hon. treasurer, C. P, Dixon ; hon. auditors, Fred Barlow and A. W. Griffith ; rt prescntutlve r.i C.K.A. Conference, S. Lynch.
AUSTRALIAN RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
AUSTRALIAN RULES. I ? ! Tho East Sydney's inaugural meeting was pre. sided over by Mr. E. W. Butlrr. Among thc :;peak-?rs who extolled the virtues of the district scheme were Aid. W. J. Cox, Messrs. A. K. Nash, H. Hedgcr, H. E. Manning. Frank Hughes, J. J. Jagelman, A. M. Little, Dr. Brown, Goldie , Thomas, and others. Thc annual meeting of the I club was fixed for March IS. 1 Newtown had an attendance of over 70 tq con sider the question of tlie district scheme, and I fhr. i.lmnel .mth.^lncn ? ? ml. ? ? ? ! *ls said to have been the finest for many years, and ovory hope. 5s held of a record membership. One noticeable feature was the presence of a big strain of local 'young blood.' and it is ex pected tbat a great number of young fellow j .will come Into the game this year. ? j One of the most satisfactory arrangements I undertaken by the N.S.W. Football League is thc ten years' lease by the Redfcrn Cricket Club of the Australian Football Ground. The step Is one which will not only ...
RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
RUGBY LEAGUE. (By 'RAMBLER.') The New South Wales Rugby League has eon eluded arrangements for the sole use of tho Syiney Cricket Ground for the next three years, in addition to certain dates and training rights for thc northern area. There will be nt least six First Grado games or. the ground, and season tlcket-holdcrs of thc League will be admitted to the grandstand. Tho trustees are to donate a trophy valued at one hundred guineas for competition. Tho controlling body has been asked to make a sug gestion as. to conditions, &e. Whether thc Trust is wise to do this is open to argument. They ? |«V»V| .M.U.J ailJUIUIS oi Uiv BUIL iUI I l:cl. nnd It may bo questioned IT they have the power to expend moneys In this way. Eastern Suburbs will hold the annum meeting on Monday; North Sydney at the local Town Hn 11 on Tuesday: and South Sydney at Redfcrn Town Hnll, also on Tuesday. The New South Wales Rugby League decided, at a gcncinl meeting, to nbollsh thc position o.' honorary t...
RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
RUGBY UNION. j William Lindsay, thc manager of the uovern- I mcnt Experimental Farm, C'oonamjl?, who died 1 ou Wednesday last, was a cracK three-quarter \ In thc Sydney Grammar School team in tbe 1 latter nineties when the School was at Its best ' in Rugby, containing In its ranks players of ' thc calibre of .1. Manning, R. E. Harris, V. Harris. Aubrey Johnston. A. J. Ma^MuU', nt. 1 | MulMncacx's British team as u member of Past ' and Present Combined Orcat Public School:*, j iu tbe Initial yenr of tho local yystem, Llnd- ; say played with Western Suburbs nnd later v.ith ? Eastern Suburbs. He visited New Zealand withj tho New South Walcw team In 1001. A fi*t swervy runner, he waiTa jpod try-setter. Lln-l- 1 tay was also one of the leading amateur sprln.- ' era In the 8lnU». ( w i
SAILING RAWSON CUP CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
SAILING (By 'TOM CRINGLE.') HAWSO.V cup CONTEST. Thelmn, who held this trophy until beaten ? by Snyonnfa iu last Saturdny'a contest, did not sail up to her usual form. She would probably nave done better without n jib topaall and JucKyard topnnii when clnsc-haulcd. \Mnga looV.cd all over a winner until a mistake wna made by InigglUR Bradley's too close. ; Snyonnrd sailed very well, thc larfie utnouni oi lending nnd running suited her rig. Sun benm Hlso sailed very well olf the wind, though [ »ho should have done bettor on the wind in j 1'^ wnolcsomo hrcexe. During the event, when j It was . necessary to act spinnakers, the lei ! surely \wiy In which it w«s done seemed un pardonable. Our local Corinthians surely have enough practice to enable them to act | more smartly In this u-spcci. SYDNEY SAILING CLUB. , The cx-AVestrallan. lCunlcc, well handled by : 'radd.V Lloyd, has sailed consistently this sense:*, her win in the above clnb'a handicap beitiR well deserved. Kismet, by getting ...
TENNIS TALK. TO-DAY'S "A" GRADE BADGE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
-TENNIS TALK. || © 0r -AUSTRAL.' © TO-DAY'S 'A' ORADE BADGE MATCHES. St r.it hJ'rbl I. r. Mrathftrld II. lUhr r'wl'l *. Unlmornl. S\ilrr\ H. ». Wiinl*. Sfr.-fMir|'/ ff/. «. V(r«ferfT ftiburh*. S\i|r#v |. i. i'nhrr-ih. Then- i»rr *l«o rmMch** in the grddP*. COMMENCING THE BADGE MATCHES. The Badge matches commenced last Saturday in hot nii'l irlnd.r weather, but we have become, mi :nuse-i to ncsu inteiy tnai oy (.nmpnrison it was unite cool. Thc full list of matches con i'\s:ed brJnffa home dearly to one's mind what an Immense affair tbe whole series \* he 'omlng. In each section or grade there arc ten teams, nnd In C Grade eleven, nnd we therefore hive trams ep-h of four Mayers, but quite five or six nre n'.iually coramttted to cash team. (-n this basis at 1*ast too players are actively interested In tbe contests. The separation of B tirade Into three divi sions of 20. an*! th' further splitting of each division Into tnn sections, make* a workable Fchem-. but It Is a pity rommonsense...
THE LUCKY BACK PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
THE LUCKY BACK PAGE. I Prize Competitions appear REGULARLY on thc back page of the 'Globe.' , These Prize Competitions are for men and I women, boys and girls. The 'Globe' js obtainable at daylight EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. Cardinal Gibbonp has blessed tho Suffragettes nnd characterised them as modern Joans of Arc. n.»t everybody in Sydney characterised the 'Em- pire' the largest aud most up-to-date Billiard !L'U iu the World— quite tight, too. Make point n:' having a rame there, and prove it yourself, it's iti Pitt-street, opposite Tatter sail's Club. — *
ATHLETIC GOSSIP TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
ATHLETIC GOSSIP N ® By 'MENTOR.** * ^ TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. Amateur Ail:l'te- epesuitg rut. -ml combined -l».-pl4-. Enid Wi'i'iit i t .u \h-- Sudinm it. aid ot Mott Hind. THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS. Amateur athletes have now an opportunltv of preparing for the track and field champlor rhips of Now South Wales, Saturday, Mar.*n 2D being the dute finally decided upon by tho C jr.ncil of the New South Wales A .A. A. At Wednesday night s meeting, Committee recommended that It was not pos rlblc to conduct tho championships during thj present track season, and the suggestion wa* made that nil events be contested in conjunction uith the ?'Dunn'* Challenge Shield meeting, '.a ! Ni vcmber. This proposition ha* already been j d: ^cussed previously by the Council, and tip.M I c.;ch occasion the decision arrived at was tfcal ' thc conditions of tho 'Dunn' Shield cvetti would not permit them being classed as SUtc Championships. At the January Council melt ing, the Executive was empowered to secure u f...
ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
ON THE TRACK. IIANDU'ICK. Thuraday. i Thc middle draso track afforded trainers good gal* loping ground this murniiij;. Yulido and Huhecula no potlateU a milo together iu 1.I7|. Tho labt seven furlongs of a strong round wus run by l.eta iu 1.3p. Jacamar went well over a mile, und MuorilU run a .similar dUtancc iu 1.31. Maltlms went steadily, and Kii Haut eiieompasBed u mile iu 1.43J. Single ju-t led .Flaxen at the end of a mile in l.ttl. both carrying light hoy*. A tiM-ful round was run hy Harpist 'and vu^iiu. i wrum i an sij. imioug(.,in i.-ji. Atuithu.-»;.u» heat Cobhaiico a length o\er furlongs iu 1.23. Hera goon and Latvlle led I.angtoii owr half u mile iu 31jsec. Uritunuy and a (umpauion put biv J»ast in 1.21. A mile was run by .My Wavoiiiii in 1.30 comfortably, i . Mineral Hill and Moleiie spuitnl half a mile lu fair time. Waltz put iu a r.ti»ng mile, and Jlrmard ran a like trip in 1,17, 'a* did Ihiulit j Laddie. tloldcu Hop ant) Hallowmas registered srwu furlongs in 1.33. Patr...
NEWCASTLE SPORT. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913
NEWCASTLE SPORT. (FROM 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE' SPECIAL.) TURF. There was a good deal of talk about the weight of Posinatus in tbe Fjnul Handicap, which ho won easily, btlng a hot favorite, on Saturday at Wallseiid. He had 7st 71b to Manton Maid's 9st 21b. At Rosohill next Sat urday, he Is on i^t, within 21b of the mare. Newcastle Tattcrsall's Club will hold Its an-1 liual meeting op March 12. Mr. L. Solomon, I ; secretary, la now gettlne his report. cU.. .In order. There should be some great tr.it ting at thr show next week, for the entries arc numerous. Huon lluo and Doroen H. will attack thc track record lor a mile— 2mln 2J3scc. Boolaroo races on Wednesday attracted a big crowd, though there were not so many from the metropolis. Tho weather wns fine and hot. | Mr. Joe Wood made excellent starts, but that is always expected of him now. A notable ! example was tho first race. Though there wero only seven starters, several of them had ugly tempers, and after welting a while they all w...