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RE MANLY "SEAGULL" SURF AND LUE SAVING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

RE MANLY 'SEAGCLL' SURF AND LUTE- I SAV1KO CLUB. 1 'A New Seagull' writes : 'In reply to i tho short paragraph in Saturday's 'Iicforcc,' | written by' 'Sharkbait,' I think it would be a3 wall for him and his various friends to think I of a moro manly and cportnmanllko way of bav- I in* a ''dlir' nt our eluh !* »*Th« cvvn. I gull Surf and Life-saving Club.' We tako tho poke and axlvkrc In a very cordfal way, but 1 woold llko to point out to 'Sharkbalt' wo aro a young club, being only two years old, and havo to compcto against such clubs 33 tho Manly Life-saving Club, which, by tho way, has Olym pic and champion swimmers, who arc said to be members. Ito the stcp.1 and lookout. This wo certainly havo ercctcd and used. A man Is stationed on tho came lookout with a megaphone, whilst a patrol is stationed on the btach. I might men tion that wo are tho only elnb in Manly with our own lookout. Tho other dulia are depend ent on the Council's life-savers lookout. Ho tho competent men in the b...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE LATE COLONEL McCALMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

THE LATE COLONEL McCALMONT. The Into Colonel .J. M. McCalmont, M.P. for Fa.st Antrim, who died recently, born lu ls-17, und v. ai a member of on » of the most prominent families in Ulster, three brothers fitting in ParJl.iKit nt .it the .sumo time, Colonel J. M. MeOalmont representing lSuat Antrim, the Into Colonel Harry .McCalmont Newmarket, i and Major-Gen -nil Sir Hugh McCalmont, North j Antrim. The family (reports 'Toe Field') has I always been -onnccted with sport. Colonel Harry McCalmont being the owner of Isinglass, tho winner of the T.vo Thousand Guineas, Iicrby, and St. Leger. For several years Colonel J. M. McCalmont wns captain of the Royal Portrush Golf Club, the principal club in Ulster, and was a member of the Down Hoyal Corporation of Horse Breeders. He was, however, best known for his connection with coursing. He held a nomination in the Water loo Ci::j, nnd nl»o officiated as judge or starter nt Lcveral hu.it race meetings in the North »jf Ireland In 1SP0 he nominat...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

lawn tennis. EDGAR J. RICE, ei^zLl'c°KT'vn^ AND MTJUSO. Ground Floor, EqulUb'.e Buildings, , ?Phouc. cuy 'IIP. . CEOBQE BT UBS,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

CORRFfiPONDENTS ARE REQUESTED TO NOTE rHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION I LETTERS TO 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND I ARROW' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICER ON ; ' ? THURSDAY IF POSSIBLE, ^ ? ? ? —

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TENNIS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

I 'TENNIS TALK. I f © By- -AUSTRAL.'* ® Tbo uifortunate clash between the later-State match aid N.S. Wales Championships ou the one hand and tho intor-Universlty contest and tbo University championships on the other, is distinctly rogrottablc In several ways. | In tho trst place It caused the Victorian Aa- j soclation *o request that the intcr-Stutc nhould j bo completed before Easter, ro that tho Unlver- j elty trio, & and l». O'Hura-Wood end Gillespie, might play in both. This resulted In G. W. Wright no$ being avaUablo for N.S. Wales, aa j ho could net get away from his business, and henpo a dls'.lnct weakening of the N.S. Wales ' team. | Then the championships of both tournaments j Buffer In nunbers of entries, and tho promising j young playcri we now have at the University , loso an oppoitunlty of testing their advancing j r.kill against -ur local champions, and the N.S. j Wnles tournanent thereby loses some Interest. Moreover, tht public can't be In two place? at ' onc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

' i Don't miss the Feature of the Year The Same Old : ^ In the New Non-Refiilahle Bottle, obtainable at all Bars on the Ground. ! i ? : ? ? i Mr. C. E, GREAVES, of the FORBES HOTEL, CITY, who controls all Bars on the Ground, has much pleasure in announcing that he is I making a special feature of these CONFIDENCE-GIVING BOTTLES This is done as a guarantee that he sells all his liquors 'ABSOLUTELY TRUE TO LABEL.' j

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

AT THE THEATRE ~| I WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT, . HKU MAJESTY'S.— Pantomime. iJ HOYAL, — Musical Comedy. CRITERION.— .'Tbe Fortune ilunter.' ADJiLI'Ili.— Xcw Melodrama. VALACK. — 'Dr. Wake's Faticnt.' TB^ATRE. — Comedy Coropuir. JKSk1— Mad*e Temple. J^AIiONAL.— Mdlle. tsmeralHa. Vi'itKrvJ1*' — Vaudcvil!c *nd i'icturea. ? — *udcville. LhLMoni; Markets. — Wirth'a Circus. , ril0.tbc, princlPfll boy in a pantomime wi? v ? ,liJ° h°nors* In 'Pu&o in Boots,' at Her MuJcsty s, Mr. O. E. Lennon, as tho cat, seems the most popular member of tho com pany. Still, Miss Violet Loralne cuts a good figure as the saucy ??hero.' and Miss Alice Rus 800, the new principal girl, has a winning way vita her. Miss Ivy Schilling and Mr, Fred Leslie Ehi^e aa dancers, and the Gaudsmithc, with their two wonderful do go, do a fine acrobatic m c. Collins and Hart arc very amusing as the bogus Mrongmcn. Tho pantomime, which ij rich in fptctacular features, has attracted crowded i ouscs since Saturday last To-ni...

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THE THORPE CASE AND OTHER MATTERS THROUGH ENGLISH GLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

THE THORPE CASE AND OTHER MATTERS THROUGH ' ENGLISH GLASSES. I 'The Thorpo enso has created a tremendous sensation in tho United States, where candid friends of the A.A.U. are inquiring whether the Indian is tho only offender, or whether his greatest fault docs not lie in being found out ? Theso are matters for our American «cousins to settle (says tho well-known London writer, Chas. Otway, in the 'Sporting Life'), but 1 am pleased to notice that, arising out of the latest sensation, tq^ro is nn undercurrent of opinion which demands closer Inquiry into the general organisation of American athletics, with a vU-w to ascertaining the real views on amateurism which obtain In certain colleges and club3. Without asserting any desire on the part of the A.A.U. of America to organise a great combination for Stockholm, irrespective of whether they wero bona-flde amateurs or not, it must bo admitted that there are methods in vogue in the States which arc not consonant with our (English) ideas ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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NEWCASTLE SPORT SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

NEWCASTLE SPORT ? -3-, ? SWIMMING Tbo Newcastle Surf Club (Mr. M. J. Moroney president) met and entertained Miss Fanny i Durack at breakfast on her way through from Brisbane. Sho promised to bring up her team of lady swimmers whenever tho club notified j her that their services were required for a carnival. Tho latter has been fixed for Satur day, March 29, In the afternoon, and Is bound to bo a big success. ATHLETICS. Mr. Jack Rowan received nearly 100 entries for Ills £50 handicap, to bo run at the League Football Ground on Good Friday afternoon. SCULLING. Tho handicaps for Mr. D'Arcy's sculling raco at Spier's Point on Easter Saturday are i C. Towns, W. Ripley scr, II. Gaggon Sscc..E. Towns 12, G. Towns 10, C. Matterson 18, T. Towns 22, V. Watklns, Hancock, N. Towns, W. Towns 25, T. Glover, A. Ripley 36, Mansfield 32, J. Torpey 33, 13. Foster 40. E. Moon, C. BUssctt, D. Steel, Harris 45, Pan nell Cresey 55. These ought to provide some excellent sport. CYCLING. Mr. Jack Rowan has....

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SPECIALISATION IS NECESSARY TO THE SUCCESS OF ATHLETES. TRACK MEN MUST LEARN TO COVER GREATEST DISTANCE WITH LEAST AMOUNT OF EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

SPECIALISATION IS NECESSARY TO THE SUCCESS OF ATHLETES. TRACK HEN MUST LEARN T0 COYER GREATEST DISTANCE WITH LEAST AMOUNT OF EFFORT. (From tho 'Denver Post.') J (By JOHN J. HAYES, Winner of 190S Olymplo Marathon.) 1 Ncrr York. December 23. — In the Summer of 1906, at Athens, the American athlotcs won the [ greatest number of events they havo triumphed I in at an Olympic gathering. Jn tho five-rnile3 event Georgo Bonhag was forced to lower his colors to Lieutenant Haw- j trey, tho English champion, in 26miu 25 l-5sec. ; In those days rMs tlmo waa considered very t last, becjuise tho art of specialising had not :begun to play so prominent a part in 'track athletics as It does to-day. Hawtrey won be cause bo used a stylo common among Eng lish distance runners. It consisted of an ex treme speed In tho early part of the raco, with tho i'esult that after a few miles tho British lieutenant was running in the lead all alono. Boi^bas, llko tho majority of American run ners, affected tbo Amer...

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OUR TURF TIPS ARE GIVEN ON PAGE SIX. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

| OUR TURF TIPS i ? are given on ? ! PAGE SIX. 1 ? - ? four years tho mile event has changed from aa event In which a competitor could jog over three-fourths ot the way. and, winding up with a sprint, mako a creditable performance. Thta event at tho present day requires a contesiimt uo on ms toos on tho mark for from th« crack of tho pistol it is ono continued sprint till the tape Is broken. I look for tho futuro of American Obrnrte teams to ho very rosy. The specialisation is bound to produco a race of athletes In tho tnturo of which we will bo proud. The Proper handUns of the schoortoy or younger athlete cannot hclf but eliminate the largo amount of bad ctTect^ resulting from youths indulging jn strennou, athletics without the supervision of compete^ Instructors. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. The above Is a photographic reproduction of a croup taKen recently. The FIRST 0-ut no other) member of this group -who presents himself at the 'SATURDAY REFEREE aNU «r-JE ARROW' OFFICE. 136-138 Castlereagh-street, AND IS IDENTIFIED as BEING ON£; -4f THE GROUP, will be paid ONE SOVEREIGN. AU who concern themselves in this will b« »aderatood to agreo to accept tho paper's decision as final. Tho buBlneas of identification will bo entrusted to a member of the 'SATURDAY REFEREE AMD THE ARROW' Staff. ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear In next issue, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' PHOTOGRAPHER In tho streets of Sydney. ? _ Snapshots of women and children appear in the 'GLOBE,' and the first of the photographed enes to reach the office are handed prizes.

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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

ROWING J © e* 'AQUA/* © Ralmain Rowing Club regatta of last Saturday will bo memorable for two things— tho Btrong westerly:, blow and the race in tho Maiden Eights, on which two pennants hung. Ever since tho institution of the Junior pre miership, the competition in Maiden and Jnnlor races ha3 been keen. The effect of granting points for both light-weight and heavy-weight crews, too, has been responsible for keeping many men in the sport who otherwise would have drifted uwnv moro tmieklv Tn Sn.f.itrrtnv'H race Balmain stood to retain the premiership for another year, if it could but win, and, al though the club crew made a brave showing, it was outclassed. Enterprise, too, depended oa winning. Tho club hoped to win the Junior pennant- as well as tho premiership. Six crews had entered, but in the boisterous weather three swamped. Both Loichhardt and Glebe were un- ; able lo right their boat and reach the starting point in time, but Enterprise beached its boat and went away with tbo o...

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GOLF GOSSIP GOLF SEASON OPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

I GOLF GOSSIP I I ® Qy THE COLONEL.' ® GOLF SEASON OPENS. Saturday last wns tho opening day of the | true golflng Ecason In Sydney, and tho first round of matchc3 In tho lnter-oubirrban club competition was disposed of In good Rolling weather. Thero was certainly a fairly strong breeze, but that only served to toot tho skill nf iho Dlaycrs. Matches wero played In tho llrst and second gradco only, as the 'C' grado competition will not start until about the mlddlo of May. None of tho matches on Satur day. save, perhaps, that between KUlara nnd Cammcray. were of n wildly exciting order; In fnct the whole of the 'A'' srado contests were tamo In the extreme. This was partly ac counted for by 'the luck of tho draw.' as In each Instance the stronger team had the good fortune to play ou lis own links, an.l this latter circumstance, ns wo all know by ex ocrine,-. nenornllv a long war towards ?ipellln: victory. I '1-- not say that tho results would have been reversed had they played the other...

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BILLIARDS SCOTT FUND "HUNDRED." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

| BILLIARDS7! j (5) (By 'WALER.') ® | SCOTT FUND 'HUNDRED.' 'With tho two special donations of £1/1/ each 'ono from Mr. J. B. Bclfiold, and tho other fruru Mr. A. D. Benjamin, the now president), tho N S Wales Amateur Billiard Assocation was aMc to forward to tho Lord Mayor (Aid. Cocks) n 'cheque for £20/16/ as a result of the 'Flying Hundred' tournament it organised in aid of the fend. Everybody concerned must feel gratified i at the splendid response, and the result must j be a big surprise to some of those pessimists j who reckoned tho Association 'wouldn't pay ; lighting.' Secretary E. A. Boylo has furnished a state ment which shows tho following items : — RECEIPTS. Sale of programmes ? 10 0 Door takiijftt fiilfetneonj .. ? ? 6 17 0 Dcor uklhfli (fcTtalij) ., .♦ .. 0 3 0 Tickets Wld .. .. .t 4. * ? 10 1? 0 Donation! ,, M 4# ,, 3 8 0 Tctu ? ? .i ti .. , , £ifi is 8 fiara&amp;rrufta. £ Printii^y ? ? ,, ,4 1 6 Adverti2ifl£ ? ? ? ? 1 1 0 ^ . doe Cheque te Eono .. .* .. ? ? * .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

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ATHLETIC GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

I ATHLETIC GOSSiPl j '' © Py 'MENTOR.** s) j To-day's fixture : A. A. A. Open handicap at Thornlcisb. THOr.NLElGII OriiN' 100. Tho 100yds luviilltap tor mcmicro o( lUc Sew South \Valu a A.A.A., wblti WC3 iirrougod i or last Saturday wccU In conjunction with tho Thornlclgh Show, und ilclorrcd through un fLvorable weather, will Lc brought off this afternoon. Owing to the wld ft o t ^thc tracK only permitting lour Wuu tu run .ibreiLct, It ?will neceealtato nine lieaU, and three semi finale bclun dccldcd. The plaecd men In tho Cardinal's Cup havo not entered for this race ; thus It will he un necessary for the starts to be ro-adjusted. As tiio prizes arc fairly valuable, and this ?will ba one ot Ihc last sprint handicaps of the sea son, keen racing should be '.vltnc.^ed, and thoso who were disappointed in Ci'.'i:' efforts to annex tho big prize l'-3t week, will have another op portunitv tn ;i;3i-rt tlir.T.si-lvcs. ]j I'. C. Madcly, virtual scratch man, on tho lyd mark, lias mime any Imp...

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SIR A. CONAN DOYLE AND THE BILLIARD ASSOCIATION. HIS FIRST APPEARANCE. The famous novelist Sir Arthur Conan Doyle made his first appearance on February 7 in the Amateur Billiard Championship of England. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

SIR A. C0NAN DOYLE AND THE BILLIARD ASSOCIATION. HIS FIRST APPEARANCE. Tho famous novelist Sir Arthur Conan I Doyle mado hl3 first appearanco on ! February 7 in tho Amateur Billiard I Championship of England. 1 (By SYDENHAM DIXON, In tho London 'SportJna I Llf«,') By far tho moot Interesting event UP to the present in tho competition in tho London -ertion of tho Amateur Championship of Eng. land, which is taking placo at Messrs. Orine's Rooms. Soho-square, was tho appearance of the famous creator of 'Sberlotn, Holmes' and 1 his faithful attendant Boowell in tho person j of 'Dr. Watson.'* Sir Arthur doubtless po.j . * wuuuuuu ui menus, out, apart from thin, his namo must bo a household word to millions of hU readers who havo never set eyes on him. It was not surprising, therefore, that thero were very few vacant' seats when he entered the oaloou about a quartor of an hour prior to tho time set for tbo beginning of his heat on February 7. Born in 1860, the weight ot his 64 years sits ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913

SAILING RACE— 18ft HANDICAP. AND FOUR OTHER RACES. I THIS AFTERNOON— SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON, i PROCEEDS TO THELMA DISASTER FUND, FOll FAMILY OP LATE WALTER E. MOORE. TWO BIO STEAMERS FOLLOW RACE. Olnb B'.Kimcn KULGOA ind LADY ItAWSOK follow U»£M, leaving Stephen-street 2.30, Tolnt-Jtreet 2-35, Dulini?-5tieet 2.45, Fort Macquarie 3.10 p.m. Passen Ktra may land at Clark ljland and view Itadns from Start lo Finish. TICKETS. 1/.

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