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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS. ACTIVE ATHLETIC PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

SPORT IN OTHER j LANDS, I I ATT'VK ATHI.KTi' PRi:?:^KNT. Mt. J. K. Fowirj - r'irjr.ti, pre: i 'knt of I'.t London A'hl'^. SnX . « I -i-rnted hi^ 1 i'nd Muh day last n:onih !?:* rnnnlnK a mil', 'i: tho T nf - lull Pari; ir;i,.i. .'h--r«* ar clii! r.j.n-t of hi. training !-rt.v.:\! twenty-fivo and ti'lrtytiv, years* ago. He i.-»i at .« veri* oven pate --11 th' ray. nnd tinir-h' i :.rotig;y r.ml well nt Ormn .'P.;«e.-. a {. r'.nrd-d by .Major J. H. l-'inlayr.or.. V. l-. . who a -i. :} as timekeeper. Thr mil''1 amateur running re. ord of Car 1Smln . made at Palhnm r.n April 11. IS55, Jn still iielt hy tho L.A.C, jiropldcnt. who also sot up th prei ions l-rsi nr fhr 20mh» il see at nirmlr.g h.ini on Poccmbcr 2?. 188!, 4\nd nt one time held the if.t» mil::- amateur wnlklng record of L'thr tibmln Rr.ee. and SO ntlics amateur 'Aalk.a record of Shr Jlmlti tOncc: AN AGED SPORT. Kni,lan(i- oldest medleal mott. Pr. Edgar .Jppix. has passed away at Groat Hur.uteal, in hl*» ff'.1rd year. When ho ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURIOUS INCIDENTS IN THE IRISH GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

CL'RIOtlS INCIDENTS IN THE IRISH GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Play Jn the frish open championship ut New castle. County Down, wns full of Incident. The most Interesting game of the forenoon wns the tie In which Gordon Lockhari, the Prsatwlck golfer rnd Scottish International, met V.'. n. Torrance, n young Edinburgh pliycr. After tho balls had been driven from the fourth tee, it was discovered th.tt .Torrance had holed out on | hart wr.H awarded the hole which now brought | the match level. Mr. George Combe, convene.* of the Green Committee, over-ruled the decision nnd pointed out that Lockhart'r, « tulm should I Mvc been made before the balls were driven ! from the fourth tee. in the Crnlp-Grant mntch the letter suffered at the fourth hole through the intiiake made by Torrance playing hla hall, j and be lost the hoi*. At tbe turn, however, th-« 1 London golfer car up. :»nd he ultimately de feated Craig I.} Tad ? cne?.«tn. ' H^'crr cf the Lu! t'/ O-.V?-. La^- Ternii C' trnj cs _ thipjn c a^'u.-...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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A DIVING COMPETITION AT HAMBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

A DJVING COMPETITION AT HAMBURG. [?] h- this comoclition iht divers had a bladder attached to them m shove, in order tnal, shcti'd th»ir fiistrew evitl-rced oy the aragoing under v/ater of the bladder, ass'stfcncf couid be Qivcn t5 the comnetiior.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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GOLF GOSSIP ROYAL SYDNEY'S CHAMPIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

1 GOLF GOSSIP 1 | © ft 'THE COLONEL.' ?- © j ROYAL SYDNEY'S CHAMPIONS. in the semi-final round of mntchcs for Royal Svdney Club's Championship. J. S. Marka met \V. S. Labile. v. the holder ot the title, and, to use nn Americanism. Murks put tho 'kybosh' on his more youthful opponent In the first few holra. «n at fho ninth green Marks held tho commnndlng lead of ti holes, which ho increased to S up at the ISth. In the afternoon Marks, knowing that bo had the match well within hla grasp, did not greatly ?Ucady game, nnd he eventually w'on by 7 up und 5 tn ploy. It ,was nn excellent win for Marks, and it wna well deserved, its he held the , upper hand from the first stroke to the lust. The other semi-finalists were H. M. Stephen r.nd R. E. Dalley. und a splendid match resulted Oalley finished the morning round two holes to the bad, but he stuck gamely to b(8-tut-k, and , wan on even lerma with Stephen at tho 27th hole, and then bccamc l up at the '8th. But Stephen waa not perturbed the...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRANGE FOOTBALL RIOT AT BELFAST. 100 SPECTATORS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

STRANGE FOOTBALL RIOT AT BELFAST. :00 SPECTATOKS I.VJUREL . I A riot suddvnly developed at a football maict ' on September 11. at the Celtiw ^tounda, Bcl I Ir.st. it resulied in injuries to almost lo; | people,- W of whom had to be treated at the : hospital}*. The ;nntch be{wc?n Liafleld and Celtic, un^er ?v'-'.oei i*H«n rules, h-a' been* advertised for a ' nn. icc r iblc tftne. arri. lt was;the chief event o£ th^ v.iv b; l07;?| foptbail circles. '' i'? v.f.itl'cr wo. f boatttifuHy fine, and JS.w*) 1 1 ? * ? ' 1 ? ' pawsC'J tnrnrtilcs. Tho firft half t»I;'V'»l an'Jr.reiStlxr Jn Iho Inn nf ih.- :-p. eta tors, and when the whistle sounder! the ut ii-cji Rumor apparently prevailed on all .*;des. ? The »:omj—ting trams then left the P riJUi:d ;or.tlK- p:tv;hon. the Liufleld Club bavins oiv- t^al in their crorlit. i»i ; !tj' unrrsiTvod area some noises were sub' per^rcmry 1'eaH, -;-.nd- In a short timo a disturb v.,-; in p-iig-rsR. It is alleged that th'.i v.;; . i e i ) i ipc jl:.';»lny...

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

| SPORT SALAD | I BY THE 'SATURDAY REFER EX AND | ARROW' STAFF. Svdney Rowing Club Regatta to-day. Ill* L:- , ? Ilhiuv H tl.t'-i * ' t« 'I the Vlciorx et IK nb-: . Wl f- .ire M. he hb »;ue-.is »;» the laumh. Lord Chelmsford w.i# a very fine -rh-ke^r in his Oxford 1'ntverrity dny.». He nyn good performer in the Culvers '1 r tnlnr/1 hi* kern 'iu1 ol cl'ieket. c\en thtUlgll ho rilrrly ^ i' 'f llu' Dlo;' eom. Thr two Mrlbourne reprpsentativ.'s !n AtM iratln'* nivmnlc crew. Mefsr.'. Ross-uolen and Frascr, arc cxpcctcd to rcach Sydney, ou Mon day. Dr. Pocklev's victory. In conjunction with ? Mrs. Lambert Chambers. In the Engli^u Mlxc 1 Doubles Cohered Court Championship at lawn tennis. I? one more indication that, apart from the genuls of a Brooke*, the ttandnt'd of pnf tn Australia compares well with that of Lns* land. Leslie W. Pye, who won tbe liill-rlimb of the Automobile Club of Australia at National # Park on his Vauxhall; Is captain of itv.' Central Cumberland Cricket Ctuh. Among t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF THE LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT [?] ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE (SYDNEY [?]). [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

There's a Sovereism for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. 'AJ.'JMZn OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: 7R, J. P. AB30TT, ST. PAUL'S COLLCGE (SYDNEY ITi VZnCfT V » . OAfiLINGTON. The aLove Is a pholo?rai»hlc r. produ'-t ion of r group taken recently. The lir.-u (but no other) nu mber of the group who presents himself nt 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE \ND *RR0\V' OFFICE. 13G-;.1S Castlereaqh-srreot. ANI) IS IPKN'IIFIEP AS PEINC ONE OF VII E CROUP, will be paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern ihcnirvlves in this will b„ under stood to asi'-e tn accept the paper's decision a ; iin.tl. Tho busine.-a of Identlll.-atlon will be ? ntrusted to a member of 'The Saturday Referee and the Arrow' r-tatf. ANOTHER. OftAPlflc: ('(INHM-ZTITION will appear in next ;in,| „||t,iv will follow. LOOK OUT FOR ' THE SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW PHOTOCRAPIIER

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WOMEN IN SPORT BASKETBALL [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

I WOMEN IN SPORT 1 j ® Or 'OWNES' © j BASKETBALL. In OutketbaH th- following teams will play off lor pl.jiea in the .-'tnM'uials to-day : Rozelle : A v. t'hatswood al Prummoync: referee. Mr. Blancbard, scorer. Mr. A. Graham. Hunter Balllir, Lelchbardi. Rozcllc B, will meet at Petersham. Referees, Messrs. Jones and Gudd ; scorer. J. T. Prentice. These matches will de cide which four teams nre to enter the lists in tbe scml-lioals. The Council expects to have the semi-finals played olf on Saturday week, and the final a week later. Basketball season will then officially close. DICK ARNST'S ROMANCE. 'My marriage was somewhat romantic,' said Dick Arnst. in an article in 'Lotlngj'8 Weekly.' 'It shows how one's fate Is outlined for him, for within one month of my being mar ried, on January 21 last. I hud no idea of matri mony, and had never wet my wife. Meeting with un accident to my head, I was taken Into n nursing homo, or, ns we term them, private hospital— Dr. Bennett's St. Albans Hosp...

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

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

IT GOES INTO THE IIOMR .... and t» valued h'-n it gotr. thero .... tho 'Sunday Tit'U-s.' New subjects rf reneral public in- 1 t 'reet .... and importance .... rvg1i!?''Sw r.'civo their In'reduetioor. In tho 'Siindav Time.'' No other -..tpcr has so many rc;ub rr. p -r. copy. U af.'mds advertisers tho most \ -»i-'-i,|». ad\« r; if in:; e.-irjr.cef in:; possible '??V.'1 1 -l ,i;r .M'n-d n.-r'.^rt n..u ir.l ^ ir jl 1 ' t't /A t ! 1 ' a t u i' ^ C ' (^c

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"A Half Turn of the Wheel, and His Neck will be Broken." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

'?'» Half TiirW^of the Wheel, and His Neck mvil/ be Broken. ' vvi'V,; i,' ^ or ihe n;Bsr.'.t?,r'!: nr '' star„ ,bMr in f «? ;;; ? 1 ? nrt.»r- iwa'* Ro ? [?] .tu tn the serial masterpiece 'Tin Great . p u::y werkly, 'The Globe.' i: . ;? hqualter and his daughter: a young ? (J.-i.-rmJnei to make the daughter his wifr; ?.?in:).',; a i it n;yman without, a pari«h ; r.», v. bo worknl t!ie roads ami tin- hu«h in uo::.i-u or the rity; lunheep'M-s (.1 JJ|. in ky ;uui otlicruise. .i^aout i be ucrial, whKh will run in ;h» i'ir::r;«ni.;- r and go!'l-:iig»:ir%.s M«»ry. It u #- .. u i .. n-n M^Bgirc Jioi ., : ,Uti- already, li'j .solos. 10 sill' you. ? '

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TENNIS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

! TENNIS TAUC. 1 j 0 Ct ? i»s ? -n' ?? ' ' ^-'°toupna- ... ;:, ?;.! *' * - ronntigcA to ?' i .P'8 .career. ' ' tc,:« flodre W ?r* ; ; ' - . . ;l6t* fcltchtr. .,? d prou.t.l ? ? .'Oodiit-won u.' 1'*i!cr n oi-- ? t l \ , , rccovcrlcn; i'Ll/V™. ill ni ? ? i ? ' ^e,,ou^ -- v in any more (1 ,„ i t ? , ? toJP.'o'C'EhB- 'poust. ?=«??- !r': ish etZm,. 111., s-yanc}- ' kncd -la bv I l,li ]CT»r' ?.qunl to tlxoiM* . i : f WELCOME ENGL'- .it . . ...... ... . p|W»h tcnnlk j .. t i.i j.- ? - chjnlsli, ami ^ Mother Ccuntrj. ' . . } « «.« be ??= - ; 'lo' tNti'!' ' -V Inl-ii ' jckr!'^U.il'l'C;:'.'' ?' ? ' ! Th? iin: t .?mc . , ' -ro huv ? 1 suicb ? 't'.f : ' Rlnnd .-s-racai. V ? ?/c.,,;V ?k.il -.»t. arrive ... ? ' 11 °4 I it u-j. ' ?'* -V.° d° ):\ :»!J 1 L* bk UI .'nloVvr' . .t o best... V . i- ???»{.»!? ' . ? - nut :c: , v xue'r, ; . Mr.Wi.i::- v llif-.i*. -i^fclrcl'-.-s, rf' r -;il ? ^^Bloug f.'» ?j tl-y Hnr; ?4 IU!U*T -K I 'n''- 'J.. Cn?* h'r ? ^Bpre-'!. s' -Mr. A. R. ' r* n; ?? -Mr. Mr. Fisher ?...

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

1 LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J..EICE. IMPOItTKH 01-* I.WV.N TENNIS KIH/I'Mli:?. GLAZiiNCKIt. AVUKS. SIWUHVC. A: J'.W is it \CCETS. II.ICKI.TS JJJU'MJtKI) AM) J;J. Sj'ja'.VO. Ground ricor, KiiuitjL'c 'Pheac. Citv L'HO. lil.uI/Qi; STUEtr»*. 'Lawn Tennis in Australasia' nr 'M ?t.,m ' i:it.\.:oX«). tnrn i \ '/ '? .\f /}'-? ar imm-K!:.s a.vj) -»thi:u : \ -«i n n i'i.ayki:s. A eritiejl ; ti. ? i mxl of tl;f nio s.ini*. ffiurate iiiri..r - .: ill.- ujim- «'»'? 'I l'1' j i u,. in Ai.,-;nih i-i.^ \! t'Cconl*. t Olti-r in- I ttniig 4 fuel..-:, i to. - |i:.ii».t. -rown octa-. i-, ^ , fiua n;-|'XA|-V SB .WKSli, BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION ; 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET 1 I'lttf J)oor- fi^jn IJ-rrponJ Sircet. Ptliny Tiuiri ty Poor. ' Urnlef the iiiana»eiiK-iit e( ihe l ent all round sport In | Svdm-v, .Mr. JOi: ANUItr.Old. ' Our Tablrc arr playr-l o:t t»y JOHN' !tOHJ:itTS STP , vtxsos. 'ti-oitcr. «is:.\v, uxomtsi, ukeck, inj i'ijry Hi'.i'JrJiat ef i:i»to ininii-i; to Svdnty. 25 TABLES ADVr.liTI^INf, — 11 Talde«...

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

BILLIARDS 1 1 I (j, : e» 'Dn OP-CANNON.' © I ? 'What w 'It Intnan say,' is the »nu»stion be I ing asked, 'when he learns of Sioven^on's M ir.i ' thciri Nf.ilv .\ti-l --'hn answers '-\*fnt IVrhapf hi- will accept the Inevitable, nnd murmur. 'I really believe he Is th-.' ehampivi. after atl.' Hut it la only a 'perhaparr,' Tor the gay anil festive Inman is as full of conceit about his eucistlc ability ns a certain politician is of his knowledge of Parliamentary procinlure. Inman should strike England this wyd:. us he wns scheduled to leave New York on Sat'ir ?lay last, ami when the champion and oxvhitin pion meet there'll lie something doing. l'oili have a loose vocabulary, und If St?v*.Mso:i can only crjual some of the choice c.xplotlvsa that Inmnn fired at Wllllnms during n memorable afternoon at nilllnrds. Limited, last July, 'the air will be blue for ntlles.' I have nevr hear«l Ficx-maon when lu form. b«i 'they tell mo' that he can hold liia own with here anJ thcro n one In descrip...

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[?] TERM NEWLY INTERPRETED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

! Tl FlNrt ?'CRM NEWLY INTFRPRETP*. STY ME. — '-;.-lt lllu«tratrd.' I

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RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL Illy 'KAMIll.Hlt.') The l-.'d^tern Suburbs* pletih and sports at Tho Avenue v.,-re ;t f.teat uu(ve:«i:. with n programmo full of Interesting items, in the club champion ???ftlti (P'Oyds/ E. White, the wing three-quarter, ib'feated P. I't.nvley ami W. Smith, the First Giade thu.* taking honors lu th esprlnt. Much attention was foeusscd nn the 100yds handicap lor members or t!-e Rugby League Committee. II. It. Miller, during his nthletl-: career once ran » dead htat with Nigel Marker. He was on scratch. v. II. J. l.pton. V. Molcsworth, ond E. R. Lar l.ln wet'e on o'vds ; \v. Webb. ff. I'. Kelly. l»yds, tors for events *.vherc hla sprinting powers have fuller scope. At the Referees' Association plc tily ho won the ?.*»yds hnndlenp. wns s.-con«i In the l!i»iyds, and nt the premier's excursion he won the JOtiyd* Inndhup. Me appears to be a particular friend of the hundleappcrs. Mr. C. H. Ford. In an nfter-dlnner speech, I raid : 'ftntherlngr. like this tend to prove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

Should -you desire any thing extra for your reading feast to-day, and have not already got. 'The Globe' in the house, obtain it from a 'bookstall. Sixpenn'orth of reading for One Penny is a bargain worth having every week. Speak to a news- . agent.

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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XI (continued)—A [?] BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH ' BY MADGE] BARLOW. SJfe'^'I^I^^^U-^^^ [ALL r:0'TB RESERVED.) CHAPTER XI (cOltlnucdJ-A I'HA'':: BATTJ.2. Horace dropped his n.i^': ol cauuen ? H make you smart,' he Bail, chokingly ' ' '' u' a snoUc. ia your whcclj ay- flee fcllo*. Ho danced among the whit? 'I'll ray yo: ~u'. for th!o. you and your knavish ur.rlc *ho doesn't think mo good d:3i.'sh to associate ??U- because I haven't tho sfc:-:c^.M 'Wrong.' corrected1 f-rlc. 'Because 'ho founder of the Darklngt''^ house was a rb:t0 mongcr. Rather jnobr^of the old gcntlc-an —but there you arc.' i Horoco gavo vent to ^4 epithet unprlc^le. and the next instant plciel himself singe:!- mt of a mass or stinging prrk«s tnto which V -id been violently propdlrJ *-T an arlstocritlc boot. -? - . 'Mark you,' he cried looking a trreN 'S fist 'It's war f) the kr.li-'Bpw. I'll hou=: : O'J and' that scoundrel. And* tp-doath.' 'Me by all means. I: JOB can,' reri1- : » sobered Eric-. -But A:d' M beyond yo-jr r-ca. Ho Is dood...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

« SI || THE LAY ' OF THE B § LONESOME LODGER ij i jTft'^ Poor Thompson was weary. He'd been to a shovr, '?'WvU Because he'd no home, and had no place to go. ?? j-t- 1-5- 'No home,' did \re say ? It is true he'd a ' room,' JjJj.J'%| But he dwelt there alone, in bachelor gloom. -iHU&X He had one comfort left : it cheered him to think Lllr That when he got home he would have a good drink. *tewn -^ bottle was always awaiting him there ; , ''^wl (The label was squint, but the bottle was square!) ^►?^ And now, as he thought of the flavour in store, »£i£3l ^e hurried his diggings-ward footsteps the more. |eE= ; The bottle he'd ' marked,' and had placed on the shelf, a IIP To tee if the 'cat' had been helping herself. ffZ^t [ But when he'd reached home, and had poured out his glass, fel gijK-v **e found that the flavour had altered, alas I ' ' k'*1 «£-' Rieht up to the ' mark ' — he was sure 'twas his own— ^?^4^ The contents still reached — but the flavour had flown ! ItifcSfcT'5' I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

? ZZ£Z-— — * ? The Alp qf JJ Perfection and Pm-'ty. INSIST OH^HAVINQ /.;f» Swiss* M *!?m Chodblme

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