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THE NEW BAT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

THE NEW BAt ? (By 'MERCUTIO' In tho 'Sports Special,' llaacbcitcr.) It ivas tbo opening match of tho season and as some of tho players bad not met 'rlncc last Autumn the srcotlnso were various and hcirtv Perhaps no one was tbc recipient of bo maiiv handshakes as tho veteran or'tto team cuo'l - ''.?£%' Dlrlb''- ' was 'Hello, sanj,' here, ana 'What ob, Sam.' there, until one bcca-'ie quite conluaed by tho babble and nol-.. ol- *i iloaed. ^oifie charged him with bavins' allotvl-.i fits chest to slip, others vowed that I1I3 'thatcii' was scantier and greyer than ever, acd otu-'rj urcw forth hie warmest indignation by uk':Ii~ It bis rieuniaite-u still troubled Mtn : L-u: be hind It all was a- i;?nu!no pleasure i-i r-ohitr the enthusiast of tiie club once airiilii read' for tho wariiatli. ' When all oil frlcnjs bad been crecicJ anl tho acquaintance ot the new chums, biid 'be ??! Ei=ue, Sam unfastened his bag ana proudly irew torth his new bat, the bat which v.as to bria him fresh elorlcs ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT SALAD [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

_S|'QRT SALAD B rHe!^/,L;;.:;»^ »» , ,,. ..- - rrsc:::: ? , ; ... ,\.-iotb-r ? ;? .,, .., , ... trnliunyK: '. ?? ? . ;: . 1. :;i In opp.6 .°n ? . .,.. .....: :.':;\,..; aub$ ; ''''»' Thfef. J ?;,''». ? ? ? r,- -. .,....,,. ' - trallta1' I :.' ' .; ?: ,.'-?? tercBtsiifc -? ?' ?-. . V-:-',,-fd ff-T?1! ::i- tit* affl£'|-l ? — PRAISE .1 ''? Cl:'~'' '? ????'. Pont. 0:1 f ??' ?*'?''?'?? ?'?????- l-irtf , , ,v -o,ru Manc:ii'='.|:, :rr;;^,r'': ' 'fa; '? -l-i:-.'.r . utanUsrsl ','., °, :'' ',': ' ?''/'' ''.-Minii woDireritiil''™''^-- -:'' ''??-' ''':? : ? .?''.-' il record tfi| r ''I1- ; ?-'?-?.iv= '..' :.-j; ?? r . ,..^n ? than the §?'-?-?-??-? ? *,. . . ? an OLit rur.:::.'. Mr. J. A- Vlr ?'? -o 'tltents !3 =r-:-,T lail s^rX': -'I'^ys^LiA * -anipalirn I ' ??'' r ?'? to jrfag |^ n^iv mem* licrs. Hoi'171-'' ' ?? ' : ? r.rn= — i:.-.J ,.-,d Blue ? at 100 ml'1 ' ??!?-. Vlrco'.: tanj.a|TOS tor money ha}'1 '' : '.-? ? ? ? ????t-'.ll; I: j.-aaias to , ,, !)?? ncr. Ill -r *?-??!?.-* 'ill lollo-v Us ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EIGHTY-FOUR—NOT OUT. OLD "BILL" CAFFYN'S REMINISCENCES OF EARLY AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

E1GHTY-FOUR--N0T OUT. OLD 'BILL' CAFPYN'S REMINISCENCES 01? KAnLY AUSTRALIAN CIllCKBTERS. uin iiiu i,auyn, tno onco-iomauo Surrey erlciieter, has b-ca a hairdresser at Rclfralu, acd It was there, writes a London 'Kvcalni; Ncv.5' correspondent, that I found him. 'iS-/ a;c. did you ray :' remarked Caffyn. 'Well, I've Just cclobratca my clshty-fourth blrthuny, -ind bavo given up bualncia, but am in receipt of n small weekly jrrant from tbu Surrey Club und cround. 'As a boy I was devoted to tha national game and with Apteil, tbo erstwhile Surrey ground' man, I used to play cricket on Relsato Heath nnd the Castlo grounds : In fact, all my spare time during the Sutnm;.- was taken up with 'My father Intended no to bo a musician ami at II years of aso I played the cornopean In tno town band, but I loved cricket better than mimic, and at an early np.o 1 commenced to play In all Important local raatibcs. aad later for the county. ? ' 'EARLY AUSTRALIANS FANCIED THEMEELVE3.' 'I was selected to ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

The Hig^tandard Stinrcii nt of the ' bsh Empire. ; BuchananicR & fSiit '.' Whisks ?jiiiirrrTTnrlu'i'ii'''''i';''vT ; * MeO=r, Jt*» nt., ^o l««t, '4 * ^Ue bearH^ Scotch whUk/ahvaj-sfe-^eloa a 'Hl'« ^\)1 * nc BBmpl, numbered tluctlvc nuaiter ulierf,,: ???'-.' I'Ottlo can 1' '.yi krca.s. Thu3 tic bottles of ca-:!i vattl t :ti^x::1 la tnc itor-.j ^' | ' ' FACILE PRlf' L.MPERIDEM i ? L ' _ ? ? — ? — ?

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRIANGULAR CRICKETERS VIEWS OF AUSTRALIAN WHO WITNESSED THE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

THE TRIANGULAR CRICKETERS VIEWS OF AUSTRALIAN WHO WITNESSED THE MATCHES.. (BY J. S. HUTCHEON, EX-CAPTAIN OF QUEENSLAND.) Eron though puh'Jo interest has been rather mirfeitod with tho loag succession of Impor tant matches which havo taken placo during the last two years, thero waa always, given any thing short of a flood, tho certainty that thero ?would be a splendid attendanco at tho Oval to witness Uio ali-lmportant last game of tho Trt ungular Tou ? uncnt. Everyono h ' already como to tho conclusion th\t tho Tour,, ment. aua Tournament, bad, as far a3 arousing ? vavo of public ontluislasia was coicerncd, been decided falluro, and that tho r,ci3ou of 1912, wh.,:'i was to set cricket rlirht on 1U Icg3 a^ain. hud cilto failed of Its promise. lint tho fac; that thero was aa outstanding ba'.anco aa conreiucd Australia and England, even apart from any other consideration was Quito sufficient to r-::suro that enthusiasts would roll up In their tln)ii?nnds. Accordingly, when the contest ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB'S SPRING MEETING TO-DA[?] DERBY AND EPSOM DISCUSSED. GOSSIP OF THE MEETING-T[?] Past A.J.C. Derbies [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

[?] DERBY AND EPSOM DISCUSSED. BY '. PILOT.' ^ GOSSIP OF THE MEETING— TI . Past A.J.C. Derbies Present indications favor T. Paytcn supplying &o favorite fur to-day's Derby. That will -.??- ? no -now caporlcncp [or tho trainer named, bu: Elnco ho won with succcs3iv0 favorites In Etromooli and Camooln. In 1891 and ISM, luile hio been aualn3t him do far as tho A-J.C.'s bis tiireo-ycar-old raco 13 concerned. Slnco CainooLa's year tho JJ/wrm&rlcct ntablo l»i been represented by flrot favorites In Pro ? Jeetilo, Coll, Cocoa. Hautboy CM- to 9 oa), Dnko of Grafton (2 to 1 on), and Koopan (G to 4 on). ? Not ono of tho tall -dozen named succeeded In i Tinning, bnt I havo always rogardod Coil's de feat by Chargo in 1330 as a fluko resultant on tho paco -boinE no slow for tho first oil furlongs that tho fall distance took 3mln Usec— a slow est on rocord for the race slnco its Inception. Thero were seven runners In CharEo's year, and I do not suppose, that, dither beforo or since...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN BOXERS IN OTHER LAND [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

AUSTRALIAN BOXERS IN OTHER LAND' B(y 'RIGHT CROSS.') DAVE SillTII IN AMERICA:. Last Wednesday's,. 'iU'ftrco' published the story o: liow Davo Smith u=s b?at»n at Sun York by Eddie y.cGoorly.#-.the Aau'rlcau 'mld- dlowoisht.',1 on 'Cdbor ' Diry' iSi-pttmbcr 2). Davo was caught 'somowhat .-:::,ldlnt.' a3 'Kitty Wobblur' puts It In 'Blo-v for lllo-.v.' and hey prestt,: tlie boy fru:n rty.f:,, y .-???an-cil to tap horizon:::! qulokor'n n br.:..,- ef shakes MB. JOHN DALY, ' Hindlcappcr to tho Australian Jnckey Club. but ho roso gomoly, only 'to bump another and n harder punoh, which rattled him' to that tho reierto voa conatrt.|no-l to lntertcro, oJbolt J3wf% hsA Jib* fifii^eadicttlax itb^1 .?- - ? 1 have said 'mi'ldlcwclght.' rofcrriug MuGoorty, becau.-.e America calls him a middl weight, 'though I always understood h-j ran^c h;i amuag thu lisbl-nuuvyn-clsbtii. At any ra tno Information lo hand conveya lhal Ettdlo one of those elastic things In poundage- kuo only to the U.S., where they...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

OUIl SWTMMEKS AND THE OLD COUNTRY. I am told that tho reason no Australian en tered tho A.S.A. sprint championship Is be- ; cause tho (swimmers themselves have decided nover to oompoto In any A.S.A, competition until an English swimmer has been aent to Australln. This should remind tho homo ofll dala how long ovorduo tho reciprocation lo. — Too foregoing Is from tho pon ot an BntOlnh oorlbB. 1C not ox»otlr corroct, It rcpreioritn opinion on tho Anslo.AuilrftilaA visits lA this

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY LEAG[?] AUCKLAND. CAN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

[RUGBY LEACllOCKLAND. caj| Wo h.-.ve had tS1'' tl:Jim ot* nclals' version of HP ?' 'N'cw :!'!:'- '»nd. ,\, Klvon f ' on Wcdnco ?lay, th~ vlnltorsf M no ctaltl-'1 Tlew o; the Aucl^; tllc Same. ^t Is diterestlr^ rearl what an AucklarJ . ritlc i*s to Bay on the 'ho malti-r, iho if; lew extracted The 'Drano ln{ttttablc feature '' the .Vow. Sob,S'J°'r- Hcyond doubt, I:- dosej-.oiht up with n round' jiirn, but^ '?'ic'a °' th' case befuro one «'-p d™1' wl'' lu comtniii'i — it wpj-tuou3 to crltl clso thv 'flndtni'l Uranted thai tho stiindliiK dov.OIl the cnil ot n 'our tt.,j. u0 unWay the facts of '* t qqt rate 'Jt^1' sportsmAnship when the decl«lc4ied body such as fie Council oj iind Leasuo woa lUBKlCd wilh i^A a wav as that 'aopted by tho«fftir the business conduct of tho fl Almost beforttt lh° Council had ''n givon Umc^'raUr known. It was noised abrr-tfitraliac:i Intended '- taljo tho ne-fo Sydney without '?inillns their fc»gcments unless Deaao was a]io| tho Test match a cojwjo Of a^y, 3...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT IN OTHER [?]S AMERICA WELCOMES OLYMPIC VICTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

spomrl^^^^^ AMERICA WEI.C0ME3 (KiliTMPIC vicious. H New Yori crrr-tall/so*} tho wolcome which Americans desired to efjtond to her victorious ntbletcj returning tromH Stockholm. and by menus of a parole. follo»»ed by festivities with the Olympic leaci us icucBsta of honor. gave ef fective Mprc-'Jlon to long-, welcome. I^cortod by troopo and marines. IBy. school children and Jloy Scouts, the atblcteBi formed the central Inures of n parade wnlcH, traversed the gaily- I cTcroraicu n[[u-atnm-;,« 'orcy-Second-strcet cad Broadway to the Cltj» Hall. whcrc tnc J .TMlon ra reviewed brjMajror Oarnor. Sub . cquenlly !!:.? Mayor forn«iljy received the nth lotc.f. who wcro onlcrlalnoJt at dinner nt Terrace Harden. Tbc following dajflwas devoted to slrchl- I seeing. H - ? H' CTCLIKO IN' JAPAN. B I Cycling In Japan is nofit all chrysanthemums and hocry. Thane who cH-impIaJn ot little dlt ficultlen la Sydney listen Ho tho following from it Nasoya reader :-'We «rc in tho rainy nca iion here, and the ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTORING THE MOTOR. WHY ARE THERE SO FEW LADY MOTOR-DRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

MOTORING THE MOTOR. WHY ARK THERi: SO FEW LADY MOTOIl DlilVKILS ? While It is an undoubted fact that tho num ber ot women who. cither oce.1slon.1lly or habl tiially, drive their own cara Is dally Increa.'inB. It Is. noverthi-lna. suriirlslng that that number la Kt ill rompjratively small. Om. of the principal troubles ot the motorist drives Is iiow in refuse, without giving offence, the rennet : Oh. do let 1110 drive for a llttlo while : ? Or. II thc passenger la not a motorist, he tor slic) wants 10 'hold Iho wheel IVoptc, liikt, them all together, arc not con~ tent 10 .-It ami watch others do things when thcro i.i any sort of a rhancc of tbolr inking a more ncilve part. That being so, ami the po III.- refusal not always being ready. It Is .1 llttlo surprising lhal more girls do not drive. The occupant of tho scat beside tho driver, nuppoBlng thc latter Is to bo of the moro use ful but less ornamental sex, la, ninety-two times out of a hundred, a girl. Ono would not pretend to expl...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS AND BOWLERS MR. RAFFAN'S ORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

BOWLS AND BOWLERS BY 'TOUCHER.' Mil. ItAI'FANS ORATORY. At the Belfast Mayoral luncheon to the New .South Wales bowlers. Mr. Rattan Kave L'lstcr men a nlco fat sop. This slab Is from the printed report:— Personally he had been asso . mtod with North of Ireland men. Tho Lord Miiyor hn'l referred to the Important position they occupied In the Australian colonies, and to tho leading part which they took In Aus tralian ]i!o. In the squatting Industry, in which he wan engaged, the king ot squnltcrc. .111. .lillllin IVSIIII. IliHI IIUI.-H .111 'J l.-'HTI 1II.IU. .111. Tj'i'ou, whoyc name who a household word, raini- from tho North of Ireland n good many years ago. and he died leaving millions of money, which proved the grit possessed by tho Hitter race. Tho present king of squatters was Kir Samuel M'C.iughey. another North of Ireland Tho Lord Mayor.— I was at school with him. Mr. Kaftan, conllnulng paid the Australians had visited sir S;iiin-. ??,?.* native town the other -l«y. ami wi-ro ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

BASEBALL. (By 'SHORT-STOP.') The Melboumo Club has once again won th-, Victorian premiership. Tho final muter against East Melbourno waa robbed of much Interest by reason of a postponement nnd the two big football finals taking place on the same day. .... Tho Melbourne Club has put up a wonderful record la baseball in Victoria. Burlng the last nine years they have failed only once to appropriate premiership honors, while In the second grade their side baa been on top prctly often. Local baseballers have made a good start In their cricket matches. The 'good-bye' has been responsible for lots of good scores In the initial matches. Thla 1b evidence that thc 'ball game helps thc cricketer ln batting &3 well as Holding. In order to prevent tho possibility ot a wron; Impression being distributed in America as to the standard of the gamo In Australia, thc sec retary ot tbe Federal Council this week des patched a cable to New York explaining that tbo Australian cricketers were not r...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP OF THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

GOSSIP OF THE RING. By 'SOLAR PLEXUS.' Terry Ktllar and Colin Hell will meet in n re turn m.-it.i, at Tamworlh nc.u Saturday nlshl. :?. M'M Eidv-bct hlnsInK on iho result. Hell Lc:it Lcrter on point3 on July a, after 20 bard 'Snowy' .\ll;rlon, u oue-tlrac Rood supporter of iho came, nnd ;\ Kuod sport Renrrally, Is, one l» sorry to «,y. ,,,„.„. roor -S,mwy' lnu rin|''Ol - '')'':'';';1 '?'?'I'l-'l''. havlni; lost tlie u«i: ? '? ? '? '''ui in: a Kinuiy act ny innso ??nnncrti-i| witli i,uviils ,„ |cnil a |,oip|nK i,t,nd l,y -uh^-rlhias i.-w.r.i.. ,:,, P,,r.-l.a»c ,.f .fc-halr. tipon winch lio v.-sil l , , imbiMi „, Bct about. ^lcK^4lu^r'11!r'lllb(IlIli'llk- Ilert Ilarrott m-.l ll,,d s,andrn report them ^rirlt^^B^pzS! lMr co'- Jim McMalion', trainer, teaclur. a3,, manaBor. Jim Darron. will not ihmk of allowln- bin man tn meet It III Kendall unlesi at a wrlc'it limit not cxcccdliiR l;.n rinc.:.!iic. *C'B'1 In unite of what Jack .letrrler. has to say con eernlni; tho doel.slou In hi.i hout...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. At t!ie annual meeting on Friday the follow ing oUlcer-boarera wcro elected : President, Sir Edwin Smith. K.C.M.G.: vlce-prOKldcnt3. the Mayor ot Adelaide, and Messrs. G. M. Evnn, John Hill. \\Y Gilbert. W. A. .Magarey, C It Morris, and John Shiels; treasurer, Mr. n. V. Scrymgoi.-r; members' ilclcRjtes to cricket com mittee, Messrs. II. nltnman and Scrymgour; auditors. Messrs. G. S. Cotton and A. E. H. Evana. Mr. Talbot Smith asked if the Association financial help to Iho affiliated clubs. He had been depute. 1 by Kast Torrens to brinj* the question forward, ll hnd seven or clcht men in tho liitiT-Stnte teams, which meant con siderable expenditure. Tho club di'l Its best, and in addition to Increasing Its members' sub scription:; the players had to find th-lr own porters Irat It was felt the Association mlpht help more. It cave JJ21 10 tho clubs, and re ceived £r:j in return— a bookkeeping Item. Hi- j hoped tho ground and finance committee would...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT THE SYDNEY THEATRES. THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

AT THE SYDNEY THEATRES. THE THEATRES. HER SMJKSTVS. — 'The Chocolate- Soldier.' THEATRE ItOVAU— 'The Wcr.iitl.' CRITERION.— -'GrtltlchVuiaWallircford.' ADKI.PIII. — 'Oilorn of tlic l:rd-kilii.' I'.MaCE.— 'The Uirl Iron, w»}l,aik.-- THE VARIETY THEATRES. ?ntE TTVOll-Sur turn. -\- :» WrM, Amfrlcin W-tirj.-. NATIONAL AMPIimiKATlli:.— l.rs How, etc. rniN'OK.SH.— Vaudeville Kntrruintta. THE PICTURE THEATRES. CRYSTAI. IMLACn. TIIK I.VKIC.— The 'l.,pljndrt'« Bride.' TIIK COLONIAL.— 'Mrttery ut Room No. S».' TUB l:SI PRESS.— 'Tlic Stolen Itlns.' WKST-H OI.VJIPIA.— Two lUginllc Linen Meet SI-KNCERS LYCEUM.— ??luniile.t Muii In Sydney.' Mr. William Desmond lino distinguished him self aa Jim tllake. the American political bully nnd 'hoodlor,' In tho performances of 'Tho Woman' at tho Theatre Koyal. Tho second honors are carried off by .Mist* Florence Glce r.on as Wanda Kelly, the telephone, girl. In thc main, (he piny It* an exposure of political cor ruption In tho United Slates. A light Is sh...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE T[?] RAND[?] Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

ON THE TF-3 HANDWK . .-.' Thurjdjj . ; \ larjre amount i» wori. 'Jl ir» .;' Hie middle en' tract, v i. a I.,;.- be imaBined «-?? l ,',*'.' * '.. t:ir than )5sec, nJ . ??'- ?? !«? ;?. utre actountcd lor a mi.e -??? I »t i-.ilo a.,d j quarter acini run in l|. u:le 1:1 al-ec. He V1''- .'V'. in'^'i?' lt',5!c'cu'la'U'beat%Ul'.)i :t . '» iiile in I.U. lllakcnry rail tl. no UaUoivmaa dbposed of a mui? . :4, Mt-laUic- soiig the urs^--rtcn (..: 3o Tar*itiu in 1 Hi I'crdlU ran . Sa1» ran' .mile In I.'!. - b. last fire furlongs. Locliino tinulu-. ,t Cartel over fix lurlonfrs In.l.w. as ran I.r Electninllr. Mmt-MSl^ ed OUte Ucca'tntnl lensU' -»« ' In Hot Air .art «dl orcr six fu.-k jn b)- Bor-os in 1.13}, but later on tx\ distance bclilnd in 1.42!. — U* »-S '?? U ran «-ni lurlonts in L3I, « Ji'l ' do ! rail a toft!.. Aiured ran a u- ?: all Taanopa over tix furltrosa In 1.1-. id Waltz rcjirtercd a hirlontf further .. en Itf^rcnt ran eevtn lurlonjrs alone r a mile and a quartcrf tbe last jr.ile 1...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

GAIETY ATHLETIC CLUB. StTUHDAV, OCTOBEK 5. At S.I3 p.m., rrcUmlury. 0 toucili. At 9 o'cloc'c the cScrrc Kcithcr-wcishtJ, VCIKN'Q nOI-DKX (AlcusJrfal v. F. WATSON' (Itcd-'cro) Twenty ltoi;ir]s. One to Win. rillCES : Oallcrv 1 . stall* -' . Rr'rrvcd Oia!:* ,r TUESDAY, OCT. 3 : P1L\N'K FITSJOHX v. .11MMY lin.j,. ? F^CAIHUCK, IWCUrv Tho Largest and Best-Equipped Boxing Arena In the World. oct. 9 NEXT WE©MES©A¥ NIGHT oct.9 GREAT INTERNATIONAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONTEST. (AMERICA). (AUSTRALIA). FBJCES, 10/ (ttewrrcd), 5/, 3/, ar.d '-I. Hox Plin cow open at i\\ Esckirs OEt-tt. NEXT TMUESPAY AFTEHM©©M AND EVERY THURS9AV ? DtmiXC- THE PEESEXT SEASON'. oOMMENdSO AT .1 rjL. A fiRJlvT IIOXDCG ASD ATHLETIC rr-ocuAiiMi-: wu.i. uk caiuukd oct. oompkisixo . BOXING, SHADOW-SPARRINQ, BALL-PUNCHING, SKIPPING, TRAINING EXHIBITIONS. GOOD SIX-ROUND CONTEST. WILL SAYERS v, BILL SMITH (London). FOUR 3-ROUND TRAINING EXHIBITIONS— BERNS TEIN AND TRUFFIN, FRENCH BOXERS. Pint-class Musical Programme. Afternoon Tc» an...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

T1OTOBUA TAI1K. Taursdir. The goln; at this p2acc was excellent 2 sours? proper was open mintu hurdle ^ Krlc used tbe outer pcrtioa of the r.:i- - »ho only carried a oaiall boy, M,i;. ? o\er ten furlongs In :Mi Lady ilals: . LU1 in a six turiozfr gallop, tiinud Lt : and Multiply put In pace wcrk. Duac i easily alongside o! Suulikc at the end »as decked in 1.17. Tlie pair ue.-r Gerberga and Adelicia easily account. ! in 53lsec. ilutilator ran ten lurlDjiT Klectrlc Wire ratUed ol i Eilc (».-l-| Nuwara Eliya and Troon accounted fjr 1.21. Beverage easily defeated FUxc.i .. vthlci was timed In l.U]. 'the uinno-. by a lijht bor. was kept aio'.:t 10 yard.- ' , Barlow Onisbed lengths in advana.- o( .v: cr.d of ten furlongs in 2.10J. Urcnze .I.: br t~o and Vlce-Admlnl and .Vllegon over a inL'e and a quarter la 2.H). Tti aln-osl on the rails over the trip. Symrf nui a mile in I.ISj. Golden Ho? [iut in Kroi like and Tarcrowe (on Ih? rails) ran hall-- I ran^lx'totoss In l.U.' llollijton flniii ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A QUESTION OF BATTENS NEW ZEALAND MANAGER'S VIEWS. (The Editor, "Saturday Referee and Arrow.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912

A QUESTION OF BATTENS NEW ZEALAND MANAGER'S VIEWS. (The Editor. 'Saturday Referee and Arrow.'! Sir.— Will you dparo mo a few lines to make an explanation ro the lug-o'-wnr now in pro gress at tho Stadium. The promoters sent over to New Zealand a copy of the conditions the pull wa3 to tako pUco under, and askinK if we part. They guaranteed us £50 towards our ex penses. Well, we considered the conditions &c. They wcro tho best conditions that 1 have ever seen drawn up. We accepted the Invitation got our team Into training, collected by public sub scription and through picture bcnelits, &c.. enough money to mako tho trip over. We ar rived hero on Wednesday, September 25 were taken up to Mr. Frank Musgrove's office, and mako us comfortablo, asd entertained, us right royally. Hut they put a paper in front ot mo to sign, stating that a meeting of all the cap tains had been, held, and that they had all signed the document and agreed to alloir tiny team to pull cither on 4ft...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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