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CUP TIPPING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

CUP TIPPING COMPETITION. A Cup tipping competition Is appo.-.rlng in th-^ 'Globe.' See next Issue.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING NOTES. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

i cYCIMG^^I?;! — 7 i, -M ® ' 11 Tin: r ' ' 3RCCawcll -fifty T'-' f ' .. ?- -.too CycllMn :ln' Closes' L'UI ll i'11'-5 ' entry— 'or.pnrt ot tl--- ' „r -'i . ' ''^W^aJioala in . , 'u WW. aftd III. .? '' Cwrae. Sum,. ' 'Port nre In ?r- . -: ? . roarson : f , ?: ??it' anil rusu-i'.l — ? ri _ very g0!-.i; ' r ? -rclcB, 1,|K. t»'.! i 'I)' low Roara. U.J J''1,' - a, rorronnniK-e ln I L. ' In Hie I t, '? . '? V '.. . j T,„. ? : won:by 'j;. J. ! : ? ' ? ! tlw6r -By ; ,1', I,' .. ? ^o^n.-ho.w^t-npt km'/,-,.. ! W„ i r,rd, I ? ' .'jt ?»?««' ??vraa.-UTTT. ? pr-i30H,*honc Tip ???. : r :: »y -rst Pinch'l'iilHl ??riZl winnor»;*raua'] oi.Lii.-U d ?? ? ;'aC-' '? ' r ? VV IV*. McLcan did ' , .) Jj.4 . , i .? - ?* '*? . Ray, from . ''fu », u.)-. r , 'v ? a course rath',- . -V ih.m'.fce.- -'r%: '* yl ira'°wlnn to a! n'-;.r Kins:-*'1'1- * -r^ v.iio v.,u, ' iVill -? -? u'-- ???'' r'ic c0a8l8tent Ka.v. » : Ccconj a:w ' u.-t ? ? » j ? - J P.,r !!? rrror.i .?! ???«« UlTea 3CC0B:!.'. , -I -. .!u'- . ?; 3ccond...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Will You Buy or Sell? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

Will You Buy or Sell ? If you have anything to buy, sell, or exchange— hous ♦, allotment, camera, gramophone, Bet of furs, cow, piano, pair of skates, motor car, lawn mower, carriage and pair, Btovc; anything, in fact — you caii do the business through the 'Sunday Times' small advertisement columns. The cost Is small and tho scrvico specially good, owing to tho character of the circulation of tho 'Sunday Times.' It rocs into tbo homes. . . .j

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TEAM Mr. H. W. Edmondson, manager of the West ern Australian Crlcketiug Association, writes : 'I have ploaui.'e in forwarding herewith tho hutting and bowling averages of the members of the West Auslrnlian cricket team which will shortly visit your State, nnd which may be of interest to you. Tbe team Is the best available one that could be obtained in Western Aus tralia.' ? BATTING AYKKAGKH. 1». N.O. U.S. Hum, Arg. C. Howard ? 2D U Iffll' 711 50.T ». - hriatiuii ? 19 I HI 7i7 -i.d ii. Jtowc ? U 1(W ilU 30.3 V. -\ ? 19 1 O) lii i».3 i.. Hot; ? 20 O lil ioj 2 1. 1 H. W. Kdaiondaon ? 21 U 103 ufJ '-15 U. A. J2v?r* ? 'It 'I SS Wt Sl.« V, Hoguo ? 2i- i M 43.4 2t-l T. lleguc ? 19 3-j K. fclk ? -D t Zi* UOO li.5 W. Jlupiirs ? W -5 ?!''* 01 f-3 I'. A. Lchaiaun ? Is - ii 8' BOWLING AVLRACBS. O. M. B. W- Av». A. Chrhtian ? 4«J M KO W SI s,.|k ? ?»£►► 71 101 \x\ lloju.- ? ili W W p-4 11* \\. KiJmoiidjon ? 2IU 23 *10 W 3.4 I.«. Hon ? 160 « 5» V. ilognt ? 201 51 tJI (j l-» W. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AMONG THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

AMONG THE JUNIORS (Dy 'HAMBLER.') Hollcy followed hla 129 against Balmain {{amblers with a well made 73 against Govern ment Dockyard. Another Lclehhardt Hill player very consistent is Dick, whoac scores of 66, 41, and 57 speuk for themselves. J. Franks fReflnery). who opened with 97 against Leicbhardt Hill, has since made 32 and s|s well as bowliug creditably lu every Footballers C. Hedley and T. O'Neill nre doing well for Refinery. The lormer, in the current i-m:agemont with Balmain Ramblers, obtained :mx fur 55, and his old clubmate compiled 32 in good style — a similar score to that obtained against St. Johu's, Glebe, iu the previouu round. Annandale teem In a fair way to secure their third three points victory. They have made 220 for five wickets against St. John's, Glebe, M, the biggest teore compiled against Annan dale this season. Poole, who made 163 In the previous round, hit up 84 on Saturday. St. John's have already been beaten outright twice. In the last round of the East...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] BATSMEN AT NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

JIKP.HY ItATSMBX AT Mliau STDVB**. ?I he r.--t. r, net, to S. Mo ln.lbeM , i»,t .w.-k «». ? ? ? ^Kjuittway ! I r ,:n rb I :,. . ^e ol his j Ir:t In . omipillm: ii ,, . j ? being o.' ia order, which fascinates the lookcr 0IU ? i The :'.ir In Adelaide of the Shoreman ban not in '??-* way retarded his development no cricket.-: It aeems to have helped him ln batting, 'or ho is n more matured player in every \ .. than I10 Mae when he left Sydney to reside 'he City of the churches. %Vhlle '.ho off-driving was particularly power ful, cx- '.'cnce in his cricket Mas not conQned | to stro -1 in that direction, for all round tho , wicket - in adq the ball move, and that, too. wlthotr indulging In reckless play, or whlrli I may t„ rmefl 'big hUtlng.' His batting was I full of : iger, vci orthodox. I Dr. 1 Mcvin'fi 77 was also a very fine In aiofa. ' dashing and powerful, like his part ner's, ' marked by cxerllent form, good variety kill, and . ra^e. It is the best in nlngB has played for North ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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NEWCASTLE'S VETERAN CRICKETER WILLIAM TRACEY PASSES. A FINE BOWLER WITH BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

NEWCASTLE'S VETERAN CRICKETER WILLIAM TRACEY PASSES. A TIN'E BOWI.KR WITH BRILLIANT rERKORSIANCBS. (By 'The Referee and Arrow' Correspondent.) The death took place fn the Newcastle Hos pital on Monday morning of William Tracey, one of the oldest cricketers In the Northern district. The veteran wan only taken to the hospital a weak earlier, and his death came as a great shock to everyone, for be was as well known ns Nobbys. . 'Old Bill.' as he was familiarly called, was a gonernl iavorite with the cricket-loving pub lic. In his day he was the greatest bowler in the Northern district. During the whole of hU carcer. whlrli lasted nearly forty years, only two batsmen ever made a century against the bide for which he bowled. These two were R. Roberts, of Waliaend, nnd the Inte Tom Nunn. of the old Carlton Club, of Sydney. It is nearly half a century since iraccy firs' played cricket for Newcastle. Ho was in cluded in the Newcastle Cricket Llubs team for the first time In a match played a...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan deery & co. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. SYD.NMr Bfoirra bhtot I (.Oro—iu umi Atutmu), i 38 Casthro&eh Street Sydney. J i | For Saturday's Sport Report* i i and criticisms by Sport Experts ( | read the 'Sunday Times.' j,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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HOW JACK DONALDSON WON THE WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. OVER 100 YARDS AGAINST WALKER AND POSTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

HOW JACK DONALDSON WON THE WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. OVER 100 YARDS AGAINST WALKER AND J POSTLE. Since Reggie Walker, thc Olympic champion of lOllS, showed such great speed at the 'Sporting Chronicle' Carnival at Old Trufford in August, thc public havo been keen to see thc popular little South African test his pave against the Acknowledged cracks, Arthur Postlc und Jack Donaldson, tho Australians. Thc two latter had already been matched to run 100yds for £100 aside and the world's sprint championship, and after a little discussion Walker wus ullo-.ved to Join in. The proprietors of the 'Sporting Chronicle' offered a pur^e oi £200, and this was Immediately ac'teptcd, a condition being that bhould there be nny surplus It would be equally divided between the 'Chronicle' Cinderella Fund and the'runners. 1 Thc ground cho3cr» was that of thc Salford F.C. at Wcaate, thc cycle track of which haJ hecit altered to sulf tbe occasion. It was in flna trim, too. but the miserable conditions were all ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

SYDNEY SPORTS GROUND. ATIH.KTIC t'LUIl MKKTlMiS will be hHd THIS AITKKXO'l.V an.l X K.VT NAT17MUV AKTJJK.YOOY id*. TMlitSDAV NKJIITs. t»i«. Jtlt, and SUt. Cycle,!* -j„ at -figN. and Hub cretane h r.ui airanu'e rje.-s with IJrmir.d Oftlcial#. Jfjrncrr. .-? fi.l r,e!M*. Mr- your |-r«V«ds I Adnu's ?urn ^uivlu'j.r; tuiuu.j I'liwUgcM. M^cncr. L, ILiKtT.'V, , ilea, SccrcWxj^

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL. (Dy 'GULLIVER.') The defeat of thc Australian Rugby Union by J3 to 12 by Stamford University Jdiov/s that Americans have improved a good deal siuco they were out here. At thc Randwick District F.C. banquet at Baumann's 62 members and visitors attended. The president. Aid. D. M. Cooper, prestacu. and timonR thc number present were Messrs. G. Wrlde. H. Johnnon. Roy Hendy. J. C. Hender son (vicc-prcRldents), M. MeArthur lE.S.F.C.), und J. M. Duunlngham (Glebe F.C.). Tbe second team of this club won the Third Grade competition. It is thc first time a Rand wick team his won n competition since thu In ception of grade football. It will give a lift to football )u the district. Mr. George Wrlde. who promised to give go!J medals to thc elub on winning a competition, fulfilled his promise, and handed over to the club at the bauquct 2 5 medals for distribution to tho members of the Third Grade team. Mr. Wrlde was presented with nn enlarged photo graph. suitably Inscribed,...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

MOTORING. Automobile Club of Atinralia : Hill-Climb, National I T.^rk. ' Aii'.L;::: ; .u: -ko THE BLIItD ' -iEA:-' CHlWKBJf. , cS ; v % T»« ptn-j* ? v rho ' children entered Into the cl! t Vea ? zegL Thtt l 00yds Cat raco fo. thi. ; . ' A-hlc C. Hiorndl W won, 7*^ it ?' '? ? At mV iUrtio* ! ^ LliL i , ? 1 1 or j tm as otr*iSbt A3 aart, guide - r : 'by tho rinsing o£ a bell at the Wcr'.'7 -Vrest .Uao w centred ^in the cal t,:-r and marcWng forJ1de-}£^y^ m?? g.rls. H again the children ?; ; roflc cncy, flattering to their U *i : . ' , ?— Meeer*. John H. Ooodlet, H. R. Hi!) J ?? -de A. Ia. MoCredlc, w. Rlgg. T. bi ?Hi-. . \v vis, X (J. Oahrlel, H. E. Walktr# th- . - stafi, and Mr. H. Earlam. A' ?- :. imalr. Amateur Swlmmlcg Club * at;nu.i; ;;.jr on Thuraday, tho following oifii . wer' elcctcd Patron, Mr. Q. L. Dei,: - ,*? -idcnt, Mr. W. J. vic«- pre-;-' ;nre. R, T. Black, B. H. Brett. II. J. R v W, Mackey, J. B- Waldcgrave, A. Dol; n; ' -i,roy M.L-A-, Dr. Moron, W. Ken, A. S. H, Scott;...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

CYCLING. Parramatta. 2.30 r.m. Burwood Lea cur Club : 5 mile* Road Race, Eaic'.d. City Club : Entries ck«c 5 railrs Read Racr.

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

B0XINC. Lecn Bernstein (France) r. Rock Keys - (Australia), light-weight, at tbe Stadium. Dave Depena (Kogarah) v. 'Patto' (Bcdfera), Gaiety Athletic Clcb.

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SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

SAILING 0 By 'FREE-SHEET.' @ Owing to lack of cncouragcment from thfl other States In the way of entries for thc ywcht races, the Australasian Regatta, which was to have been held in Port Jackson on January 25 next, has been abandoned. At tho beginning of this year a committee consisting of delegates from the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron and tho Jloyal Prince Alfred Yacht Club formulated a programme of seven raccs for prizes amounting to £!-X-. But as no encouragement has been forthcoming from thc other States tbe project Is abandoned, at any rate, so far as 1913 Is conccrncd. Tho Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron official opening and garden party at Carabctla was a great succcss. Among the guests were the State Governor. Lord Chelmsford, Admiral Sir George King Hall, and Lady King-Hall, thc officers of the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, the 8ydney Amateur Club, and the Motor Yacht Club. The guests were received by the commodore. Dr. MacCormlck, vjre-commodore, Mr. Arthur J. Wilson, and t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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PROFESSIONAL [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

PROFESSIONAL. As was anticipated all thc world over with pct-hnp.t tbo exception of u small coterie In Cnuud.i, Ernest Barry easily accounted for Ed die Durmuj, thc uged nephew of thc late famous Edward Hanlou. Duruan, who Is In his fortieth Summer, ncording to thc cabled reports, rnadu t». poor showing, and his style did not eommend itself to English critics. Barry, by retaining the championship and winning thc Sportsman Cup (which was also thrown into thc competi tion), for the third time In three years, has now won thc handsome cup outright. It is valued at ubout 200 guineas, and readers will remember that Barry, perhaps acting wisely, was unwilling to Include thc cup in his race against Arnst. Barry is reported to have stated that he will give Arnst another racc in New Zealand waters, but If Barry Is really serious he will first have to dispose of Pcarce, say. about thc middle of next year, before travelling to New Zealand for Arnst. PARRAMATTA RIVER SCULLING CLUB. At the adjour...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROWING WITH THE AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

. ROWING j © By 'AQUA.' & WITH THE AMATECRS. Glebe Rowing Club holds n club-four over the Blackwaitlc Bay course this afternoon. Next Saturday the Sydney Rowing Club holds Its annual regatta on the Parramatta River. It In understood tin: thc function will bo pat ronised by Ills Excellency the Governor. ,.T.h.° °&n. rncc* 'roprlio Senior Fours and Maiden Lights, nnd thc club races are in eights and fours also. Five crews will face the starter In thc benior Fours, coming from Balmain, Lelchhardt, Enterprise, University, and Sydney, And five crews from University, Mosmnn, En terprise. Lelchhardt, nnd Sydney will mako a good field In tbe Maiden Eiuhi*. Tho *Hr four, eotched by Mr. K^lth Willlnms. Is tlnphig well, and Includes Llllcy, Broamfield, Vo:;«, and Wade. Tho Sydney- Rowing Club's crcw, comprised of Wcllrslcy, linbptt, Erhnrd, and Jackson, In the hands of Mr. A. S. Rurdekln, will have tn do n lot better next week If it hapes to win. !-elchhnrdt and Entcrprieo aro ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

QQlf. Australian C.C.: Tcur-ball lundiexp agaisJt beg*,. Royal Sydney G.C.: Stroke bard lu p. IlomUe Doon G.C. : Bofry match. (?ammersy G.C.: Mlied fmirw-mea- Concord G.C.; Haadloip stroke for Mr. R. G. Priddle's troohv. Dobroyde G.C.: Piraldent'# trophy, £rst round. Drumrnojne G.C.: ChAict; moc-lnde round xreke handicap. HnnUr's HIU G.C.: Tt holr» »tn-kc— best tdne bolrs. Killara G.C.: Htroko rompetitinn. Manly G.C.: Handicap match play for G. 8^ Buucott's trophy. l'armmdtta G.C.: Bowman Cup, setcath round, and

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES ASSOCIATION Second Round—October 12 and 13. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WAI.KS A9SOCLVTION. tjeeood llouod— Oc^brr 12 anl 19. Fint Gnde : Wa*trlry r Middle Harbor, at AViTerle.*, Turnhull and J. Nlcholls : Sidney v fioHcr. at Ru-a- cuttrr'* IUy, A. C. Jooei and H. G. French ; Paddlngtoa * GIrbr, S-dney Cricket Ground, W. Curran ind Thorn* thwaltc ; l)'.in»o5d v Redfem, jt tt. I.uVc's Pari, It. H. Wallace anl J. Lalng ; Dslinain v l'airfr«ify, at Bal* niiln, A. Seymour Ind A. Lucas : North Sydnev r Pet- i tuhim, at North Sydaey, C. W. Waugh sad J.' Scirlc ; Central CuzaberUad. a bve. S-foad Grade : St. Ceorge r Burwood. at Sydney Cricket Ground No. 2, W. Saiith and J. Cairns ; Rand wick v North Sydney, at Randwick, J. Carey tad A. P. WiHUmi ; GorJoa v Balmala, at Chatswood. E. J. 6ha«» anj A. ItichardHio; Middle Ilirbor t Wa*erley, at M^aly. W. Huir.pase md w. Jl. Olebe » Lricbtardt, at Lcuhbsrdt. XV. H. Mltrbell and J. E. Gelding: Newtown r. 1'nivrrsjty, Kr?klnprjll^, W. Mlhel and H Jnj-re; Cen. Cumberland v Mo^man. at Parrsrr.atta, V...

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