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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

ha! Eily IstWieg' B GET A l/6 TUBE §| N3-OWS W lONCENTBATEQ H| HUMAN aBhhcm you will be right. The EeJj! Old The purest spring water from tJLather-ctadhilL, of Orkney Island is used ink

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

CHICKET BATIEPAIRS W.ELGAR,''srr'™;.' At 571 King; St.\rcad& . 7-..v,iS RAtsan ' 1 ; ' J r ,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS CANTERBURY PARK MEETING. (By "PILOT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS CANTERBURY PARK MEETING. (By 'PILOT.') FLYING HANDICAP : SALARINO ? 1 Mulford ? 2 Memcret ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES : LEPTA ? ? 1 Gold Gift ? 2 ' Nombl ? 3 STEWARDS' MILE: MANDOWA ? ? ? ? ? 1* ' Menea .. ?? .. „ .. „ .. .. .. .. 2 Paanopa ?? .. ?? ...... M M M 3 PARK STAKES J BOY BLUE ? - - 1 Osralc ? ? 2 . Nonentity ? ? .. 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP : BARLOW .. .. ? ? ? M 1 Patrimony .. ^ 2 nubecula M » 3 WELTER HANDICAP : LADY MALSTER ....... M 1 Memcrct .. ????_?« .« ?? .. .. 2 Lotroma ? 3 (By 'THE SCOUT.') FLYING HANDICAP : LADY MALSTER ? 1 Troon ? - Monle ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES : ZINTI, or PRIDE OF LANCASTER. STEWARDS' MILE. MANDOWA ? , .. 1 Menes ? ? ? ? * - Mcrel ? ? ? 3 PARK STAKES: ? ? - 1 Boy Blue ? - Santanno ? 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP. PATRIMONY OR OFFA. WELTER HANDICAP : BLACK AND GOLD ? J I*ady ? ? - Reoloek ? ®

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL TOPICS The Caulfield Running Reviewed. To-Day's Canterbury Park Meeting. Melbourne Cup Favorites. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

MELBOURNE ? CUP CARNIVAL TOPICS ? — ? BY 'PILOT.' ? ? ? ? — — The Caulfield Running Reviewed. To-Day's Canterbury Park Meeting. Mnlhnnrnp r-tn PnvArltrxa I On actual form l suppose it really does srr-, little uhc looking beyond Duke Fontr for ihe winner of the M'-Jhourne f'up. Lrp to a mile nnd a half he has demonstrated that he is one of our bent w.f.a. hnrrc?, an-l the style in whi'L he left Piastre :-nd C.i. over the laft half-fur- I MYLES COMNELL, M Succtttfci F^'dfr at Iht v.A.T.C. Sprli.fi Mco'.lno. long euRsesied he would have fairly lost the Metropolitan tield In the event of there being another half-mile to travel. Therefore It lt» not surprising that, with only 71b more than on that occasion, backers arc not troubling them selv^s much about mauy other horses enlaced in the Cup. liuke I'oyic may not win, bin the 'tioo'.ts' are Justiticil In ottcrlnc a very short i prler jKalnut him. ! If 'the Duke' docs fall, however. It will be no new cxpcrlen.-e In connection with horses ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAMPION SCULLER'S QUEST OF WORLDS TO CONQUER. DICK ARNST TELLS AN INTERESTING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

CHAMPION SCULLER'S QUEST OF WORLDS TO CONQUER. DICK ARNST TELLS AN 1NTERKSTING STORY. Though Dick Arnat Is bock with us In Sydney again richcr in experiences thnn when he left uj-. and ir possible more highly thoiiRht of as a spartemnn than ever, ihe following story unfolded to the editor of LoUnga's Weekly. ' nUi be read with genera! Interest in the ll^ht o» what happened in the race. There were two reasons why I accepted the offer of JC500 to come to Kngland and row tba match, firstly, because I had premised Barry, a* ^ &. sportsman, when 1 beat him on the Zambesi, to hare a return match, whilst, having Just married, and never having been In England, it a trip of pleasure and experience for both my wife and self. I bad heard by letter from my brother Jack of his experiences here. but h-d .old me however,' that I would And Barry »rd to beat on the Thames.' I am satisfied that I«oan do my beat, for there is not so very much difference, excepting during your big tides ?ind wh...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CHAMPION, HARRY PEARCE. CHALLENGED BY FELTON AND PADDON. CORAKI, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

AUSTRALIA'S CHAMPION, HARRY ! PEARCE. CHALLENGED BV FELTON AND PADDON. . (Special to 'The Saturday Referee and Arrow.') , COIUKI. October I At last night's scttllug-up over Coraki lb'- I gatta, both Paddon ami Felton challenged Harry Pearce, to row prior to his h-avlriK for j England, but Pearce made nc answer. When seen to-day, however, he stated tha- he would j have something to say when he reacoed Svd- j ney. Prior to the regatta, Pearee tobl a 'Nor- j them Star' representative that he wool 1 ? row «ny man in right or ten weeks, on .MhMJ.- , Harbor, for :i stake nf £20(1 asiile. P»-ire«. ' slated that he will so to England, d« s-pltc all efforts to prevent him. as his stake is guaran teed by friends, and should Barry wish to row in May, he will be lu Australia onlv up to January. Harry Floyd and Peter Kemp say ihey ar anxious to get ihe best man In Australia 'o represent the Commonwealth. Mr. Floyd stale-, he is willing 10 place with the 'Referee' to day a stake for Paddon. He al...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IS PEARCE NEXT TO ARNST IN AUSTRALIA? SOME OF THE OLD CHAMPIONS SAY NOT—BUT WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

IS PEARCE NEXT TO ARNST IN AUSTRALIA? SOME OF THE OLD CHAMPIONS SAY NOT— BUT WHY? At thy official settling in coancction with tbo Grafton Public Regatta, two cx-ehamplous of the world, In the persons of Peter Kemp and Gcorpc Towns, stated that they did not thlak lJarry Pearce was the man most capable of re presenting Australia In an attempt to wrest the world's sculling championship from Ernest Barry. Most rowing men will disagree with their views, and regard them as quite unrea sonable. Peter Kemp. In response to the toast of 'Kowlnc.' said he did not think - Pearcc was riRht in rrfusing to row anyone before ho went J Home to row Barry, and he had that day sug- ! gestcd to Ge.orgc Towns that the. two, of thetn should put up £100 as a .prize for a racc on the Parramatta Hlver for thoso scullers who thcuftht they had a chance against Pearce. The entry would be- free, and Pearce should be forced lo meet the winner before going home to try for the championship. If Peareo was not the be...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

The Alp o^; ? r:: Pcriectinn grid Pu rity. ISi os having Tobkr* j Swiss^i/k [ChoQ^date\

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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. [?] continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

|'ryJ&the hill ~ ji Or, THE .sjLiifltE WHITE WITCH ! BY MADGE BA^lqw. C°'m,c' 'The c,lrn ' DI . ?* k» 0«r. 'The Secrtt of lhe Black Dob,' 4C. I I (ALL RIGHTS i.:a£ftVED.} cnvr.rs. ,c°ntitlied.) , wv ??x;r- . : 4l}d h ''eyes south' | t v ??? ?*nla, V stful fashion. ; -? .. \.r .«* .- ' ;U^ rn' 'ting way m ! ! ? ' ©t U 3. He stared ' , j., r ; -med j a mlrthlc^ , -. ?; .:al cor creation,' h-' I -'tt-ii. »? ' ,.tO i ROW t ho ac 1 t, i. 1- i dotnh yon and .Mis? ; v i I'm ? ' '' ag-polo and ; . «;-? ?* . ; -? i added ns an j ? ' ' 'uc^. 'om.' .niT- ? ^roun^ hnc^nn hU ? rr'U. * 'From :? Ppa^aB they an- nil 'r h* fPu® the younper y :?:??? - ?' -'S J# c-Purfv, the!r f ? ; -jj.-r tl oral ? ? -v ' ? Slooj ng ov.t a fir r ? r ur..«-,' ' :';3 ncai mi Ann' ! ? .in-..*- ;-;iffy - ;:ir!i triura tantly to her. | :v ] h'-r in:' .-hir' ? . .mir-lcxion -sumod a livid ' ; fjti «-h - ; paaraodh clutch :it. her i-; , j '..,1, is he - - ? drama o in rnomcut [? iiKr vi.;. iriv ?? us .' no aarnl.ig....

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

MOTORING NOTES. The Sydney Bicycle and Motor-cycle Club Is holding an op«.*n 1:111 climb under the rules nf the newly-iorm:d Auto-cycle Association of New South Waleu next Saturday afternoon, entries for which close to-day. Prizes for this, the first open etcnt to be decided under the new Association's auspices, will be open orders for £2/2/ and £1/1/ respectively, nnd tho c-ntranc»- Zee will be iy. The club is presenting the prlroH. The Motor Yacht Club will bold two raccs f.otn the club-house. Ro-3c Bay, this afternoon. The .first, a cruisers' general handicap, front Hurler's boat around buoys at Manly, and buck, rtvivea the long harbor races much In favor | Mime years ago, but which for a time languished j ihrough lack of entries. j Eight boats have beoa handicapped for tU? event, which carries with It the allotted points iu the Commodore's 50-gulnen Season Cup. Tin Kelvin (Mr. Percy Pearson) stnrts at p.m.; Corinna iMr. G. S. Lumlcman). 2.5S.3' ; Pctuna (J. A. Ingham), 2.58.30; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

NEW ROOFED STADIUM fthe Largest and Best-Equipped Boxing Ar ena in the World. to-nigh't! to-night ! . . , GREAT INTERNATIONAL MIDDLE-WEIGHT CONTEST. MiUutSa'5 (l lr1' -\u-tr,U.. u|:o c.-irfi «-tU a « ERCOLE de BALZAC v. REG. MIDWOOD (nt.\.NCi:j. (TASMANIA). UOX PUS xoiv OMW „ 'Ii.?,;, lunw,,-,. M c-or;:. ttic.t; uu! U.S., .::l i--.. rc.r.-h- fctivvt. SATURDAY NEXT. NOVEMBER 2. JEAN AUBOUY (France) v. PAT BRADLEY (America) TWO WELTER.'// EIGHT CHAMPIONS. NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON ash i:vi:hv 'nn.'iwn.w nruiv; tiii: i m commkncini; at r p.m. a Cre.it Ucxuig ami Athktk- Pn.^i-fuiic ,m:: I .? . .;nn i .-ti. . ? ; -i n.*rr-c sllADO iV-ai'AKUIN^ JIALLl'l'NflilNti, ) K li.M.liClSKa. GOOD 6-ROUND CONTEST. BOB TURNER v. JOE LONEEGAN runt -*i iu:i:i:-if»n n n o»vn-Ts. tnaimnc h\iu nn n. \rnot v ;o.«i iujaduiy. TucrFiuu #v' lit I.I.. f.vt I. Til.. « . i:i: V I' IIALI.-I'l M'MlNt; IH.SP I. AY by J.\t K iU .NUU. Iir.l*cli£5 Musiiil PrefcTjiiiriu-. ? ? ? Tea and JU-iri-hnu ui., lor Ladu-i. uuAMx L/...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE THEATRE THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

THE THEATRE BY 'BOZ.' THE THEATRES. M.WHSTV'.*- H'ni.rni,.- Vnv«-irl.-r '. j tiii.\ti:i: kov.m. citliCKKiN. :.|«H II Voir, Wjilineu-id ' Ahl.l.l'ltl.— ??Til, liitl Uho Took tile Ufr-.- rurnir 2.' PAl.\Ci:.-'Tlte I ri-v n t:,, .' J THE VARIETY THEATRES. J Till. TI\A^|.~ ||i;rn- .ii'l tlcnMev. J ?'il,'i'r»i;ATiii:.-ii!o Iijru I„c. f #» f N C, \ mi'lf' ille Kn|i ruim r*. COMIC OPERA. The Now Comic Opera Company at the Royoi Is under mnrchlng orders. ?'Dorothy' will be performed for . lhe last lime on Thurt-d.iv next. Since last Saturday night Miss Amy Murphy h.»s taken Miss Florence Young's placi* as Dorothy Bantam. An In 'Tho Phn«..1-iin ,.i 1 1 Majesty's, Miss Murphy made the moit ot lu- * opportunities. There Is no lack of animation iu her Dorothy Bantaui. Miss Young, who had some trouble with her threat a few wcekr. ag'1. may rest until tho company opens In Melbourne on Saturday next. 'Nlghtblrdc' is to be the opening piece, in the Southern' city. BRIGHT COMEDY SEASON. By 'this tim...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

| BOXIMG WORLD j J* ? .* by ' RIGHT-CROSS ' ? j | TI,. banning - f ,I..ek Johnso.i U vol?' tnudi j ?!-- talk o-.Imum now. nnd tin? prompt-, II« Of Mr. .\lrip t Of h in turning him down j l!v icwy oi his latent adventure reaebc I ?. A-u*t:-uii.i. i.s everywhere highly spoken of. Wowj:eri.««n entild not have done more thnn sport has proved itself ready and willing to, do where uwv.:|fv arHos. Mr. Mcintosh Jut;' wn rificcd a considerable sum of money already put into cngllng for his rnost elusive majesty of Pugdoni dining a period extending over two yc;.rs, particularly since that time when tho Mr bh.ek .'|gii«*d a contract in i-r.inc.' jmui .Mr. M-lntosh's latest return «o Australia whvh i-rnvhJcd for a contest bolwe-ni Johnson and M- Va. In Svdney. Then there is the latest -?: p'-.viiiutr of at least n few hundred pound* li:«-.tm-d through sending Mr. Krlly lo America ?i the purpoj«* of bringing oral for.'e to luwr hi ? ][«? direction of moving the world's heavy weight champion hitli...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ATHLETIC GOSSIP THE AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

I ATHLET5C GOSSSP] ® 0? - .lEfiToa,' ? 0 j THE AMATEURS. Tli- tvlr fi-nnre ?». ilm Sou-h Sydti' -' H^r ri'rs' t- '-'tins at ? -''.or';-, ('.toard -v. ? div v i--. -??? nn i-h'c,' -. ? er.i''» it '*v .---,1, I, ir.i't : ; ? -0 !?: or It: l-5/« e from ihe mark. I The hundred yards handicap was Infrestlnc. j ,o cxcllent handicapping, the llnish«s in - t ,t- h h-r.; and the (liurl bcln;t clo.-ely contcetol. ? F. M Udlrv. on 2yds. tWcatr-l »». !*ar!o'. j n;- . :y,iv. I.J- narrow margl'. la j Ui.:i- ' . n't the t-ydn mark, Ju-t sipte.v .'J h« mc i in front of Smith. v;hi- wa/ con'«*d eg hln J half ;? y.:rd. I si P» t-r^ee. II. J. FlV.Mmmon';' *.* vd:'. I', n !?'. Braver bv a few Inch's In [ . a roo.i race la the fir.tl «a-v F. C. Mabl I. v v.;n trom (J. Ilanr.man atid G. Park*, the ; « «.» !: .«».»v:ng \u S-Wmh*. In ? 1;-« vsoyds handicap R. A. Atnon. r.'ydi. li--.it t:. C.'iyd'T. 25yds. hy 2yds. and l*. E. lon-*.«. J-'v.ls. r:.n a cood'thlrd. Tim?, 2mln '» 2-a-ee. .1, Sr::ih. \ ho wa:- a...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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EAST SYDNEY'S BIG MEETING. POPULAR CLUB'S TENTH ANNUAL GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

EAST SYDNEY'S BIG MEETING. l Cl.nrs TKN'TK ANSi'.'.L. HAM!:.;. /I', r l-.i/ Oval .tf.crncon. EatrL- BE 'tt-t'- -I toe ijjio.h pro.uiiiCw iu b« v-.ij HH Uitc.-e?'»:ig. ' . hu'.!',-V.11 ''fn rattlnuo'n.' A. T. \V-'rn- r - 'w !i! t ; ay.' A. L- llarwojd, and L. |H nuhi io[ lin- ;:»t -'?|i;'l-1j.-yA1;yii''hc'lunn.\V-'itS M iiuri/i) r . 'or Ilrokcii' illll. 9 ^./'r , V , ji,,. h'llcirr. w 'l-*. HH riir.IiPig i:i:;l^ jtmii*. .M'i'y 'i ;-' reason of the Then we are io he re-lntrn.lm e.l to th,- ::.S. Rurror hM i« tl-at the 'Varsity will introluce a 'surp-i. e p.it ket' in the heel and tee (Pv^rt An iit'ack on the three-quarter mile record. and a five ml!«v. 'Relief Relay R.uc' i-av-'tu prove interesting:. H In thr open lf'0yd.« handicap E. R. Cox. ?'lo I was schoolboy « h-:mpicn only the «tVr day, ? muft ftirefy he given a cond -:»a:j c o;. .'lyii^— ? If in good, sound ractn? i-on^itlon. ? Taklns onr thin? with another, the ebih h.ti B ??very reason 10 atitleipatr ?. bumner j -n ? - ? rnd ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE BEST TIP FOR THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

THE BEST' Ti? FAR THE CUP. - A prizo of half a sovereign will be given for the best tip of the winner ot the 1913 Mclbouras Cup. put in the most' original form. ' It may be a tlrrsatu. a bit o£ verse, 'tho office,' or anything. die. ? Tbo competition ^closes. Thursday, October CI. , Mark letters - Cup/' And nddrcss to the Ediitu^ I ?'Globe,' 336 CasllertAgk-istreet, Sy4acy. I Cut coupon »{r -roia thft ? tfO 1 obe . ' ' ?? 11 1

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HIS DELIVERY WAS ORIGINALLY OBJECTIONABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

HIS DELIVERY WAS originally OBJECTION ABLE. I There can be no harm In saying that whec I Rlehardeon came out for Surrey In 1892 bit delivery nag open to grave objection. He dU not play In many big matches that year, but | he was very successful indeed against seven I of the countries then ranked as second class ; and his bowling came In for rather severe | criticism. In the following year he Jumped into ! fame by winning the Whlt-AIonday match be ! tween Surrey and Notts at Trent Bridge, j was j ptesent at that match and had personally no | doubt that ho threw a good many balls. Indeed. there seemed to me at that time something j radically wrong with his action, and before the | game nan nrer I found my opinion confirmed by William Gunn. Flowers. Sherwin, and Atto well. If niehardson had gone on bowling as h« bowled in that particular match there would. 1 am sure, have been serious trouble, though In those days there -was no Jem Phillips among the umpires to call unfair bowlers to o...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AT SNOOKER [?]OL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

AX SNOOKER ©OL. A ?$8l r shot : r:|a range afar, A 1 » ctraight pot, ' Ar.rathere you are. fStrifcigcoIlecto all round.) Thr ||ry next stroke, Oipp-, what pain ! 1 He :^»cs tbo black, and— T:fi 70U arc aKaIn. (?tril?«)ays out all round.)

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GREAT FAST BOWLERS. TOM RICHARDSON IN PARTICULAR—SPOFFORTH, LOCKWOOD, AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

GREAT FAST BOWLERS. ( fljl TOM RIOUIinSON IN PARTICULAR. — SFOF* ?| korth, lockwood, and others. -w Touching Tom Richardson's 8*wj end in France m rites Sydney Pardon, | know, of course, that for lioroe years past things had not gone well with Richardson, but I had no idea that his health had so broken down ns to give cause for any immediate alarm. For five years he was beyond question the finest fast bowl«»r in tho world. I have heard several famous batsmen say that Loekwood at his best was more diffi cult to play, but for consistent excellence thera was no comparison between the two men. Ourlng his five gieat seasons— 1893 to 1897 In I elusive— Richardson scarcely knew what It was to bowl badly. Endowed with splendid strength and stamina ho seemed capable of any amount I ot work. Ills decline* begun with his second 1 trip to Australia. After he returned from tbnt tour he wss never the man he had been. His falling off In the season of 1S98 was very ! mnrked. nnd though for several ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

| CYCLING~NQTES~ j © 0l blue sraui' © ^ j j KKhi'ERN n.vr,* t-AK.w.a Entries -!'?? ' r ?: at thr Retlfcrit cpjt. Cycllais' Union rider- : ? 1 'a addition to the hour r«i ? ';i - 'J - 8*oat atten tion from a:a. ' ' ? C; *ovw||| be fw- handicap*. !.,:i .-m-j '? - ? for valuable irlzcs, and a -v. nt. , As It Is ir.VMl'; lw In the hour race to th- i- i'-t f,?s' '3®teiedp a good race is cnsurl. With 12 u-nm ? ?? -l ?:«- changing of partners. i t- . t:~ ?? r ''j quite full enough for I r 'J- ' It would be iw+nn ' i'country trim entered— *«-? l I. -!.?-, tr*n Newcastle, and. perhaps, a. T. r . !'r ' ,rn'* |35^?p good Nor therner nomlM'! !-r t ruMIno depended «si to put up a co-! ! j'''*'- AUSTRALASIAN AM\TKUK IHAMPION ? SHIPS. ( ' The X.S. il l.'' . m . -vir rati Is to leave lo day lor Bn-hanc. t' ? ompotann the Austra lasian chaiajnv;.-Si; - 'r\t Saturday. ' In addition tn th«- 'IVU1 f preventative, P. Burtlnsbaw, C. ? ' IPc-pcr. A Reck, Aubrey Taylor, and J. I.. Meek .,r- to : ,4he the t...

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