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

IT GOES INTO TIIE HOME * . . . and is valued when it geta thero .... the 'Sunday Times.' New subjects of general public In terest .... and importe.nco .... regularly receive their Introductions In tho 'Sunday Times.' No other paner baa sn many readers per copy. It affords advertisers tho mori valuable advertising connection possible.

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 — 26 October 1912

I A CHANCE OF A SMALL I t ? FORTUNE I Z AWAITS ANY SPOUT WHO W1U. I.KAVi: HIS J ♦ cash roR a si'ir at Z ♦ The Eastern Suburbs TAILBRSi ♦ f PEROUSE ROAD, RANDWICK. . f ♦ COCXTItV (,'MKNTS I'ltOMI'TI.V ATTKVhKD TO. f ♦ ' ' W. A. llOi./IUAL, Jiiinscr. j]

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

AMONG THE JUNIORS. -ny 'RAMBLER.') The following One bowling performances hav# been achieved at tho expense of the Adelaida team in the Eastern Suburbs' competitions: N, Bond (Victoria), seven for none; A. Flemlni (Ocean-street.!, four for none; W. Kcrby (Mary Icbonc), three for none. N. Bond, who opened the season so sensation ally. secured another excellent aver, ago against Randwlck Presbyterians on Saturdiy. In a totul of 91 his figures were seven for 111. Willoughby, who closed with seven for 311 (Frascr 123) against Klrrlbilll. wore given a good battle by the lutter, who lost nlno wickctd for I'oG when 'time' arrived. E. Cheat equalled Eraser's score, nnd was not out at thy drawing of slumps. North Sydney lustltute, who had on the open ing day lost eight for 1X6 against Good Intent M.U. '90). added a further 22. which «aa suffi cient to give them an tunings victory. L'»c, obtained three for 19 and five lor IS for tho winners. t S. Small, who made 107 for Paddlngton II. i rgaln...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"ON THE BENCHES IN THE PARK" AT RUSHCUTTER BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

'ON THE BENCHES IN THE PARK' AT RUSHCUT TER BAY. 'Yet, sir ! I've been following cricket for forty year* and more. 'Seen 'em ell. from Harry Hillltrd down to Obb-. But none of 'em s like Trumoer — poetry of motion, he 'An' here he't making centurlti again. An* I »ayi, 'Why ain't Trumpcr In England, knockln' »oot» of! the blcomln' Hon Y '

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 — 26 October 1912

SPORTS SPECIALISTS., McMillan deery & co. ltb. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. 8VDN2V SfOSTS DEPOT (Opp«*its Uotal Australia), - 38 Cmtleroach Street Sydney.

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

If you know a better Business Puller than the 'Sunday Times' advertise in it. It would be your duty. But you don't. The 'Sun- day Times' goes into the home — into more homes in New South Wales than any other paper. And it is read — all of it. It is read by all the family Then it is put by for another read or two later on. It gives the advertiser just the kind of publicity he requires — and bumping measure. Necessarily the results are excellent.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIANS DEPARTURE FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

THE AUSTRALIANS' -DEPARTURE I FROM ENGLAND. (By -WANDERER,' Id 'The sportsman.') I have Just returned from Waterloo, where the majority of the members nf the t4lh cricket team from Australia took their departure for Southampton— the first stage of their long Jour t.oy home. As il in Irony the morning has been a ported one. ruch ar. the players have sighed for again and ng.ilu in fhe cour/c of their disastrous campr.lgn. As far ns the tour was oilUi ally concerned It terminated with tlulr ar rival buck in town from Uray. There wa* ,i farewell dinner at the heiidquat tors, the Howard Hotel, on Monday evening, another on the fol lowing night at the Nag's Head Hotel. Coveut Garden, the son of the host of which (Mr. R Penfold) is making the eleventh roan for the American trip, which Is quite a private under taking. Only ten of the 15 cricketers are paying the visit to the States, Warren Bardsley having de cided not to tnaUe the trip, and the othern who teturn home direct arc Macartney, H...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF CHARLES SAMUELS THE FAMOUS RUNNER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

/'DEATH OF. CHAHUE SAMUELS I THE FAMOUS RUNNER. ? Chnrllc Satnuela', tne enrc-funtottn aboriginal champion runner, died at Kanunhah aboriginal j settlement In Qucer.sh'ud on Sunday. Ocio'jer- ? ! .In the big days of Botany and C«:rrir,g.o-i j Samuels as sprinter was thr Greatest In ta-s P I Vounlt.v. Samuels was a full-blooded aboricjnai. j iiorn nt Jimboitr Sti'tlon. on tho Darling Downs I near Da I by, Queensland. His -.ability to ran \ vr.s first tllnecvored hy Mr. W^'Rubhscon, un-- '£ the station hnndr. who broupht hlra- to N.S. i Wnlcr., j*r.l trained him v.henMio won met. «:( ; h!a itnpor:ant racra. in December. ISi'J. nt ^Botar.y, tie fei.ifiua black sprfntor was credited *V }!J. rtinnlng L-.l y;»rdK it: I2}!see., nnd tig'tln la U'tec.. 'vhith woi.lii be oludu yards tnd nine * yeatH 'ttri'er eve at.' retiOcvHvcly. ila-auel.; v as | 1 nd ir- pu if: -» I y the rr.atect runner Au';ir:iiie. ever produced up lo his time. thou«rh he waa i»rt-* Jjably not superior lo J. Donalilsoa^^...

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

Ga x t k n n c n v r a it k r a c f. s„ ! ? TODAV. ? TO-DAY. ? 1 CA.NTKItnt'RY PARK RACKS. , ? TOP.W. ? TO. DAY. DeMa£s Imperial

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

BOOLAROO RACECOURSE, LIlflTED. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912. PROGRAMME : Tl IK TKKALflA MILK, of in *m; «coml bo™ 3 so\i, think hor«c 2 »o»s from prize. l.owr»t Wright, 7it. 2 mile. THK SHORTS HANDICAP, of 50 ion; second horw 7 so**, third liortc 3 jo\k (rum prize, ti Jurlon:;?. tub NovicK handicap, of « Mv»; wcomi hw*c s Hive, third hor- 2 fovit from prize. For all hor-i-» that have not won » priie of thi* value ol 15 *m# it tlriio of ftUirting. 0 lurlnn»». Loueat weight, £*t. THE HOOI.AltOO HANDICAP, of 73 mjvj; iccond how 3U fiovt, thin) Itortc fi »oti- from prize. tulle. THE KLY1XG WKI.TKR HANDICAP, of 43 k-v«; second Itone 3 jov#, third horn- 2 from prize. About 7 furlong*. Lowwt Udght 7»t 71b. 10/ ENTRANCE FOR EACH RACE. ENTRIES CEASE MONDAY. OCTOBER 25, at 3 o'clock. Weight-, cii or alKj.it NOVKS1UKR ?-. A.J.C. Rule*. Hatidicui'i*'r, Mr. Vi. C. Quinton. The Conuulttcc reserve tlic rinht to refuse any nomination. ENTRIES will he received by the Secretary. I.. SOLOMON, At Tatter...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. INTER-STATE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

CRICKET. I INTKR-STATE MATCH. I ? ''?'.iu Aiitraua v. westrrn Auatraui, at iti; .\aeiajuo 0»al. n.« wai.es association. MRJ»T r.n \Di;— Thirl flound.-Sydnry %. Wa\erlry, 't'lii»- fricket Oroim-I ). A. Ltn-j* and W. Frrmb; I'j-l-linztoti C. t'uml»erland, iianip-lrn. A. t. .lonei jii-I w. J'nilth ; R^ifrrii v. tiorleti, ll'1t«-rn. R. I 'icrtith v.iitr and A. Srymmif I'nlvfrnly *. ??!«*)*-. t'id , \ V. rnrran and .t. faM-c; IturweM -. N-rih Sj-I» f-. -t. LiiU'f. U. J|. Wallace and IVtrr. ?ham t. Italmain. IVtfRhain, V-. li. iln-.h li an-1 J- l.nns; Mi-l'lk. Harbor a bye. SKt'ONh ORADE.— St. n.rtrs' r. L'ni«rr»tM. Hur?tvillf, P. William* and K, t;. ; !.»?»- Ii!ar-It C. t umlvrLrid, l^lfbhardt. .f. L. t.'Mnr; jrrl I.. j-baM ; Hal— *atn Stdn^y, Ralmaiti 1. J. A. T^rc^ul; and S. hi'Kt'* . nr^.fTti v. Uan-lwtck. Alc.te'irij, I. M. Pavtt jii-1 li. H'jr.pige; Bur*et«1 \. P'tcrtfiin:. I'.'jtt'.-t Tark. J. R. Mrteallc and W. H. N. .v^r/v Pad* d'rfften. N. S-dn»y. t'. W. Wauch aa'l .1 Mar* rirWv...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

SPORT FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. RACING. Canterbury Paric Racr.*.— Flr^t race. 2 r-m- Spffiil Tralr* -nil lra*-» Central Itailwav htaiion a» !««»:- 11. .17 a.m. fhoree»). 12 noon, 12.2.'. 12.54, 12. 3^. 12.11, 12. i7. 1.3, and 1.23 r-'i-

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

SAILING j @ By 'FREE-SHEET.' ® I 'A wet sheet and a flowing *.«ca, A wind that follows fast. Anil HIIk the white and rustling sail. And beud-j thy gallant must.' Tho Royal Prlnc.. Alfred Yacht Club made their opening spirit on Saturday, In weather well calculated to Inspire the soul of tho yachtsman. The day perfect, with a light east nor'-east wind blowing, and the fleet of yachts under Commodore N. 11. Murray's in structions proceeded down the harbor under full sail; they presented a fine sight. Admiral Sir George King-Hall, who war u guest aboard the flagship, was an interested observer. His Kxccllcncy transhipped from his own boat in midstream, and remulned on board until the Premier dropped anchor under Steel Point. The Lady Hampden conveyed the majority nj the guests to the hase of operations, where the » uHomary progrumme of small raccs wo? ear ned out. The large fleet of skiffs made Interesting racing, and as Lark (R. Ucnshelli I-M the way home, followed by Austral (11. Mutt...

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 — 26 October 1912

/ 1 A N T K H H V I! V P A I! K II A C K S. ^ tiidw. today. , /lAHTfclUtl Itv I' A ll li 11 A c K s. I ..5-4 ? JO-DAY, . 70-DAY, * J /RANTER nun Y PARK RACKS, ^ TO-DAY. TO-DAY. ' If you know a better Business Puller than the 'Sunday Times' advertise in it. It would be your duty. But you don't. The 'Sun- day Times' goes into the home — into more homes in New South Wales than any other paper. And it is read— all of it It is read by all the family. Then it is put by for another read or two later on. It gives the advertiser just the kind of publicity he requires — and bumping measure. Necessarily j the results are excellent pASTllllill l:- I'AIIK 1!M-|;5. I ? JO-DAY, . . J-U-UAV. I mo-iu — — — — 't'o-d-a y. j -L SYDNEY FLYING SQUAUH0N 18ft. HANDICAP, j STI'AMKIIK KI'I.COA and I.Al'V liAWSOV FOLLOW. ! Steamer Kulirou (li.-t-i.M--l i' tarn- l-J.-.o) Lat.-Ij Stephen f-t.. ItufiMain, nt -..7' I'.''.; .'-ilnt-M.. Pyrmont, ut -.3a ; l».irlniK-.-t., K.ilm.iiii. --t 2.1.' ; :md furl Mac- ' quii...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

TURF GOSSIP j © i' By 'THE SCOUT.' © | I Cnnteibur- Park thi-, afternoon. While Melbourne race-goers will bo entered lor At Moonce V.ilUy. where the Maonc? Valley | Cup will be the principal attraction. The Ro?ebcry Racing Club holds a meetln* ©n , Suturdny next, the 2nd prox., nominations for w-hlrh will he received up to 3 p.m. on Monday, the 2Sth Inst. The crack South African Jockey Kraut Dut floi l hap hod to undergo nn operation Or rate* ra.-i iu the right eye; but this was successfully &CJ lorrccd. The Australian Trotting Club holds Its next raiding ou November 5 (Melbourne Cup Day), nominations for which will be rccclvcd at the uflke of the Victoria Park Racing Club up to 8 p.m. on Monday, 28th inst. With tbe advantage of J. Klllorn In the raddle. Warlda gave her half-brother Orchid (R. Vlck) 61b and a length beating In the Essen dou Handicap (11.2). for which the Poseidon marc was 3cnt out favorite In Melbourne last Monday. On the Melbourne courses Orchid racca ns th...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD'S RECORD WITH THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

I WORLD'S RECORD WITH THE RIFLE. The London 'Dally Telegraph' published tho fyllowinr f''»m Ottawa on September 11 'Tho American team to-day defeated the Canadian team by eight points in ;i rific-.shootlng contest for the Palma trophy. The Americans' total ?cofe was 172i\ nnd tne Canadians' 1712. Both scores were world's neords. Tbe conditions were 15 shots nt M''P i'jo. ^nd 10'J'J yards, by. teams of eight nu n rat h. CORRFoPOHOENIS ARE REQUESTEO TO note rHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION LETTERS TO 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' SHOULD nC^CH THE OFFICE ON THURSDAY IF POSSIBLE. The Pri:o Competitions in 'The Globe' (fro-) Jo a|j)# arc ulviaytj iuU'rcBtlflfi p.roUt^b^

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

TROTTING. (By 'RAMBLER.'} Mr. II. Cobcroft will receive entries up to £ p.m. on Monday ne*t for tho Australian Trot ting Club's events to be held on Tuesday, 5th proximo. The prize-money for the seven events totals £120. Racing will commence at noon. The New South Wales Trotting Club will carry out a programme at Epping on November C. Five events will bi; run otT, und the prize money totals JtSou. Entries in this case will also close on Monday next ut S p.m. The opening meeting ot the Bathurst and District Trotting Club will be held next Satur day. Entries close this evening at 8 o'clock with the secretary, locally, or with Mr. H. Cob iroft, M and 21 Imperial Arcade. Particulars wero advertised In the 'Referee' of the 16th inst. Sydney owners contemplating entering their horses will be pleased to know thai arrange ments can be mado by which the trotters will be returned from Bathurst by the mall train due In Sydney on Sunday, November 3. This will enable them to be back in umple tim...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FARCICAL FIELDS AND RIDICULOUS ODDS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

FARCICAL FIELDS AND RIDICULOUS ODDS. With 3-- starters for tbe Maiden Handicap run at Victoria Park on Wednesday, that race re bolved Itself into tho usual scramble tbut events of that class, with fields of such dimensions, can only be cxprrtcd to produce. At the end of the first furlong the prospects of most ot the competitors had already vanished, and the flrst three to enter the straight filled the place* at tho finish. Whist and Silver King turned for home at the head of the field, with Sheffield most prominent of the others, and the last named prevailed at the finish by half a length from Whist, who saw tho Journey out hotter than she did in a similar class of raco run at the last Kensington meeting. The winner of this particular hurry-scurry carried top weight. Is a three-year-old filly by Imported Antonio from Wakefield, as a two year-old wns trained nt Randwick by R. Camp bell. aud rarcd unsuccessfully as such ut tho registered meetings. From a speculative point of view, the...

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

C ANTE It B TRY PARK RACES, ? TO-DAY. ? JO^JAY. ? [ QANTEK^! PARK BAOEa. ' ^

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