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

GOLF GOSSIP ® « B, 'THt COLONEL.' - © | Golfers will nnd something to liilerctt them 1 In 'Sport In olhcr Lands,' on page S. J. Kell, the newly-appointed Ocpuly-Govcrnor I or the Federal Commonwealth Bank, citni In to ! doublo congratulations on Saturday at the club 1 ttuse nt Hunter's Hill : firstly. In connection In lth the above-mentioned r.ppolntment, an.!, ' secondly, on account of thi f,nc win which h.i recured In the club's monthly stroke competl t'nn. His cord read 77—6—71. and ar. the next boat gror.8 score was nn JS by II. R. Lysnght. It Utn plainly he oeen that Mr. Kell's appointment j has not, so far, at any rate. Impaired his golf. j Concord's utroke handicap resulted In a tla between n. W. Roxburgh. M-18— 71. nnd 1\ E. i Tlllock. 55— ;7— 71. The feature of tho compe tition, however, was the mngnlflrrin score put i'P by their champion left-hander. It. n. Cod bolt. ' He played beautiful golf from start te. ' f-nlfh. and wan round In 7.1. and It wai Indeed 'h«rd lurk that...

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 — 2 November 1912

Semper '|^®*tt Buchanan's 'BLACK & WHITEf' Whisky QUALITV ? ?''?-?'? '?'.,- AGE &? — CjStfjrS?§- Smoke »«^; The PERFECT Pipe Tobacco wMr?^5P^^ BUbcst Grade fitrfilnlrin. vj Mmk Awarded 4 GfeMedals. | Hill i park or Ught. 1 F J Ml \ or Cat - - ©/fr- 0?O3t Free). [j R' Mm ORDER ? J—-NOW. : Hi MICK SIMMONS, LTD. ; il^^ Head Depot: HAYMARKET, SYDNEY i ^^^ BRANCHES I CITY, SUaURBS,. «l4_MEWCASTLr. (KOGARAH), i - THIS DAY, NOVEMBER 2. FIRST RACE, 2.10 P.M. '''''^ '''^ ' LAST RACE; 4.40 P.M. SPECIAL TJLUN3 FOII HOItita AT II..: A.M. FBOil HORSE DC'CK ' OUDCAUY TlULVs : 11.13 A.M., 1^-. :il7. ]i:0, liS=. ^--^. '-''. Ij'.'-W, X^S PJt El'EOAL TRALSS : liij. l^CI. lilj, 1-' ?.:. 1.4. AND 1.12 P.M. j IN ADDITION TO SIX SW.OSAL TIt-\INH lliJNfi 1'UOVIDED, ADDrTIONAI. bj-JJI^AlJJt .T&AESS E3Oa onus plateoiuis will i;in to kogau.hi. and luctcoEna ake iD''1^j-,-»S°gg§CLJOTU7r This (Saturday) Afternoda, , 2 P.M. FIRST RACE 2 PM. STECIAL TEAMS FBOil CIBCCLAII Cl'AT AND RAIL VT...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SPORT SALAD [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

SPORT SALAD BY THE -SATURDAY REFCRtC A»0 ARROW' STAFF. T. H. Hoguo and W. Hosue, members of tho Western Auclrallan Cricket Team to play In Sydney ntxt week, are Newcastle cricketers, the Hogues having been Identified with Ncw c-isflo sport for 10 year?. Tom Hoguo has re presented New .South Wales successfully ugainsl Queensland. Harold A. Evors Is anothor Sydney cric keter who returns as captala ot another State. He has played for New South Wales aialnst Queensland Tasmania and South Australia, nnd mado 'l33 against' Tasmania over twelve years ago. A number of Australian residents ot Lon don, with Mr. Matthew Fleming is the leader, gave a banquet at the Hotel Russell on Sep tember :i to Hush Mehegan, the Australian llght-wclght champion boxer. In honor ot his victory over Matt Well», the English cham The lato Mr. Krneat Hunac, to whose memory the tablet was unveiled it Redfern Oral by the l're.uiler. Mr. McGowen. la»t week, hid been Identified with crlckot lor over 20 roars, and ? l...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

SAILING ® By 'FnEE-SHEET.' y. M i'llT'u.'' pjinlr.'l '.'imi',''''''' EvorrlblDR ,-irtcr thc rnln snuall on SnturJ.iy flns nt a BtandBlll] thc u'lml was Qt il fitaod* sllll, thc hoats were nt n stnndsiill, and the clul» Btcimcra were at a standntlll. Tho onlj relief to ihc mooo* ony of the stillness wna the ftii ifvlty of the various crews setting topfalla. tioi^tlnz bBllooncrs. and baotalDc out epln Daliera. At this time It was a question ns to whether it was possible to finish before darlt. And, In iho case of the Sydney Flying Squadron, whether tho rtvco coulil finlsli boiore tbo tide limit (ii.30 p.m.) cxplrod. By and by n icphyr held out a faint hope, anil carried tho leaders ? ounil tho Taylor Day mark. Then a light air from the north*eant encouraged them to stick to the course . but progress was slow, nnd as minute after minute went by, and at four bells tliry were still some distance from home, and with only 20 minutes left to i:omplcto the course. It was seen that nothing sh...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER GOLFING TEAM NEWLY INTERPRETED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

ANOTHER GOLFINQ TERM NEWLY INTERPflETED. ADDRESSING THE BALL.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

Ascot Races, Ascot. Next Wednesday, November 6 2 P.M. ? FIRST RACE ? 2 P.M. SPECIAL TRAMS FKOM CMCULAR (JUAY ASK RAILWAY STATION DIRECT TO RACEOOURoi: GATES. Next Wednesday Ne?it '?-.-? ? ? 2 P.M. ? FIRST RACE ? 2 P.M. j. UNDEBHILl, Secretary. Ascot Races, Ascot.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROWING NORTH SHORE ROWING CLUB. REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

- ROWING Br '*QUA.' NOItTH SHORE ROWING CLI'D IlEGATTA. A departure has been made by the Snore club In arranging the regatta for the Parra S ' '''? »'-fc'to the fl,ture ha, been 1. id ,, -? I'' r '??''?'' frOm 'r»ll''J-» t'-'v cdiir- ..''hi'.SiMmn VCl.' '' trnl' '- I »'??»??- !*,?,' ^^^1 ^°° '''^''['''rr sit.imern. An niMIUnnnl reason (or the rae* being held ??„„ ,he river' „ because the 'lib ?hi-, I'-lu I rT'^'^ ''-'?'' '' '' 'r'KrAmra'- nn(1 .r;'.;minmiPl;OonodrafC.0rV'''1'b'' ''' r'''t ''' ivil, ,a,c tiie carter. „„ fev.cTtha,, ih/e'' »hieh co.nc from Kntcrprlso Roivlns club. The o'her crcwii will he ihe mim as those whlc'i ^y'lrc^from'-VaVsi^' ^ ''''' '' ' Should tho Ilnterprlne No. 1 crc-.r row with j a better length at the finish, nnd Impart some I nwlni; Into the.r work, they will make a fa.' Tic Enterprise No. ; Is tt Junior eicv: 15 fact, the one that was beaten at the Hcnleyon Tarr.-i last Saturday la the Junior Tours aro ! ?veil conditioned, and are stroked by Harry Green...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

Boolaroo Racecourse Ltd. WEDNESDAyTnOV. 6. 1912. A HEETIXG IS DOW.V TOr. DECISION' OS THE Ar.UVC DATF. SrLEXDID EXTI1IES HAVE I1EES HECETTZD. A. SPECIAL PASSESCF.n TRAK Wn.l, LEAVE Ux CENTRAL HAILWAY STATION. SYDNEY, oo the MORNING o! ihe RACES at 10.5. Cillicc at STItATU. FUXD, UOUJiSIlY, WOV WOY. COSFORD and TEBALDA, rct-oralr.B home the ia:se oeaicg. You arc landed rifbt on t!;e Cuursc. No wallisx You ^rilL -ee the prettieil a^4 cost compact EVERYTHING IT-TO-DATE. KlKST-CL.UiS CATERING. GOOD RACING AND A .^FI.LNDir) DAY'S OUTIXG I.. .SOLOMON. Secretair. Albert Sluice (flEG. A.J.C.) ROSEEEE1 TO-DAY. STRAIGHT-OUT ON MELBOURNE CUP. LEGER. LONG ODDS. ADDRESS : CITY TATT.'S ONLY. The PILCHERS IN BOTH PADDOCK AND THE LEQER ROSEBERY TO-DAY DOING BUSINESS ON ALL RACES AT ^MOOREFIELD AND V,R.Cv ' ' MEETING t / TODAY. WIN OR PLACE. Leger Reserve, AH Courses ALL RED FIRM. ' NO LONG ODDS OK CIVHJTY— 'SUP BED.' straight-oct and doubles all raiNcirAL EVENTS. UOOREFIELD Ttf DAY— EPPINQ CUP DAY-...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

ANSWERS TO COnnCSPOHDEUTS. A.W (Newtownl : Captain W. C. \u ]i.,on, o.# South Australia, won Ihe Kiiu-:. prize nt Ilislcy In 1!'J7. Culler has won ihc- King's prUe at Sydney anil Drlabtint, but not In England. A Cup-Tipping Compclltion II proceeding In 'Tho Globe.' Somo people dream wlnncra, others sco 'the ofucc' In current Incidents, and jo an, XatercsjlDg .Hpjs ahouii bo,lorUi-iou)ifiSi.

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

BILLIARDS Or dho^cannon. Arthur Peall Rained a convincing victory over William Cook In t£o S00O up level match nt Thurslon's Grand Hall, on .September 21. the marRln In his favor bcltiK no Inn than Ml polnui. On their beat form th' pair are evenly matched, but on this occasion, while rcnll lived up to his reputation. Cook \..\s rarely (riven u more Indiflcrcnl ihtiv In P'u- llc. This !b tho dead week In billiards. Mnny o! its votaries ar; nn t'othcrsldc tho Murray In quc;t 0! hooklc-.' cold. Tor moat players ai-' sports, with .1:1 Inane idea that they can boil the man with thi bus;. Or, rather, that Idr.i I-' the tlmo they arc on the homo trek vic\w' ale changed, and they aro cratcful to brncllri-nl railway oncl..l2 who Introduced 'return tickets.'1 '^Ve wontlcr II there will bo onyonc on the course to-day *-vho h.13 seen every Cup ili.it htui been run 01 I'lemlnnton,' remarked one of the Melbourne ;-;ii-(.rn last year, ami ;i:i nobody claldrd the honor, it \raji presumed th^t thurc...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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STYLE IN EIGHT-OAR ROWING. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH METHODS COMPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

STYLE IN EIGHT-OAR ROWING. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH METHODS COMPARED. (BY AN 'OLD BLUE,' IN THE LONDON 'DAILY TELEGRAPH.'! Tho editor ot tho 'London Dally Tele graph,' received a letter from Mr. C. S. who accompanled'the Sydney crew on their visit to this country' and Stockholm. After saying how much Australians ln general will apprc elato tho high compliment which I paid their representatives, ho proceeds : 'I would, however, like an opportunity to controvert a statement by your contributor which reflects tho general opinion of cxpertj in this country, but which, I contend, Is based on fallacy. Ho says : 'Had they made a liltl-J cjulcker and moro vertical entry into tlic water with their blades It Is doubtful whether there has ever been an English crew which tould distance.' Now. tho object ot swing as rccards length can trnly be to secure a longer stroke In tho water, and if the Australian blades de scribo tho same arc at least aB the Eii!ills:i. the exaggeration of the swing forwar...

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

BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION : 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET Five Poom from Liverpool Street. Penny Tram 10 Door. I'n'rr thfl management of the brat all'round iport Is Ul' ' srdncy, Mr. JOK AXDItKOU. Our Tlblcs «re pUycd on by JOI1.V .'lOHKRTS. ST£. \l IlSOV OEOItOE (IHAY. UNDKL'M, nEECt, «nj lii/DUUardlit of note comlnj to Sydney. 9K TARI.FS ADVEItTISIN'G Fl.OOn — 11 Tibles, Hl-tre - C-'' c01'» Pr«tl''-- Od. per J00. MT,, pi, 1/. lot what you can KCt for fld. BT\xuAnn 'r.im.K klodh — s tablks. iKludimr Oeorcc Cray Table. 1/- per 100. FIVE JIAGNIFICK.NT I'HIVATE ItOOMH, Fitted with SOO-suinca Talilc*. Rate, 3/« per hour for SPECIAL FEATURE.— Tournaments cooduMtd lor n^trona timsleur) evrrr montu, 1.0/0/- priKet (by itEuTirJ Cootej. and Special I'riie. (old Orkney Co.). Tuition by Ur. Andreoll 10 private roonu it maionible Blng up -ass City and er.j«[e your teotn, acid I?«u4 a tiir S'tM»n|t «r«4nfr - — ? —

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ENGLISH RUGBY LEAGUE TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

ENGLISH RUGBY LEAGUE TE1H FOR AUSTRALIA The moil interesting event ''? -h' Ensll»!- Northern I'nlon of late baa be.: :i:t' invi'Utlon to the governing body to o : -. ' t'''« '' Australia und New Zealand at ' end of tfci' Undoubtedly there Is a good ?!? ? I 'f oiiposl tion to sendiui; out another ? .::i i'r sam' ' time to come, but largely on ? ? ^riutid tha' | thin klml of iblliK can be ovO: — 'Any reader of Australian ?.,?. r-i -.iy» a Manchester man) must oeo thi : '.i.irl.ablc en thusiasm there Is In tho gam, e'.it there, and tbe tremendous gates that c '? ' '' «l'alncd. There is not the sllghteet '.' -iM !h' 'iur would be a llDunclal bucccs -.cl ''?'' ''' ! Northern Union afford to throv my ' ??liaiifi' | of making a thousand pound. 'r u'11*'' ?' ' | they do not want tho 'money ?' '* ''*'iil'l earn \ a lot of gratitude und assist '|r :. l-:i:i? «P tin1 I game by dividing tho proDts or ? !' ' ainonKSI | the poor clubs.' | The second defeat of the ' ; r.ilinns in America on Wednes...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

LA^rVN TENNIS. ' \ CnCAT: J. SIC'6.' i lSirr,RT.-i: 'i 1... . . 1! v,:s-BKQUisnF.3. r_ lLJ.Zi:\rM: .v.lif-. -Mi,;,,, JvdaVIS 11AC Kli ii.n.i;-:-.- k-'\; ;,.:i vn nK-sriiCXO. % 'i';.c:..-. i.-i:- .!??. otouoj- ^Hi:^_ ' Lawn Tennis in AuStralasia I i;r '.triTRir ,i:r itnjtjoxc). k WITH MSTV .iniu-i 'ir.iTii. OPVDI'OOKES *? P. liTiiiji i-.i-K ? j... , 1 ..rjajaii- I'aKf'- mo L ? ri:in:i -si;,/,-,- ' .%' l.\ t^tSk-^ ? jj^. It is as gojd a3 picking '£ up nuggets to r(M tfie ;-- 'GLOBE' regul|jy. ft \ cnn:!i« al! r;adcr$r&crc- . ^ for don't kk it qo any ;!' c::.'.:!on. It yOo' don't sec it, ASK FOfe ITl ';-? 'Globe,' plcaji ;( Li :

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WERE OLD CRICKETERS BETTER THAN THE PRESENT BRIGADE? A VETERAN ANSWERS "YES." AND TELLS OF HITTERS CHARLES BANNERMAN, MASS[?] BONNOR, McDONNELL AND LYONS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

WERE OLD CRICKETERS B ETTER THAN THE PRESENT BRlSADE? A VETERAN ANSWERS^ j^ES.' AND TELLS OP HITTERS CHAKLES BANNERMAK, MA isjte. BONNOR McDONXELJV. AND LYONS.' , ?§.f- ' ' ^J* . (BY A 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARrJwT. SPECIALS . ' Mr. James I-'ogarty is one of tho land-marks of the Sydney Cricket Ground. He haj been the ilcur-slghtcd sentry of the pavilion ent rance practically since the days when Mr. .!aaes l'trry was secretary ot tho ground, and iha; is a year or two-not far short of 30. Ho h.ia jiceii Governor succeed Governor as patron nf .-rioket, £rcat, batsmen and bowlers como Tti*sr3Hr.il l:u.; sror.n up Irom Its old unprc trr.lioii!;, i*ii:sle--:orjc.l wooden pavilion, long i-in.e uJ.lctl ici Hie wood pile, until It has be-' in::,' )??! Imp* the most perfectly equipped irii-Wl siniiml In Hie world, from the points of view ei !-nth the men v.ao play and thoso v.li?:'? pleasure It; to look uu He fun seen Nod UreKory, and his successor, John Jennings, pass away, and likewise, tha...

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TENNIS TALK. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

' TF.NNS5 TAofe:-. rr5i42. tNt.'.-\-';:i^',.' ' ''??' \r.. ..'.'? . ?..? ?-?*'» u«t quality r.,.-: !:-?. ,.-.. -oul fayor.tho r- -t ??- ???'. ?? wo ?tprthcom- : y* ; no London ; 'UIo j» on,, o£ ' ' ?'?' ' 'en m tho ; -J» ? iljr.tffooc , ?.-.- ??? ; ??? . ? '?»:?«« i;-.auw for ? ? : :-- . ? ? tae iDerlom or ???-':- ^^Sr^ V ? '..'? '' ? '' craturo In ?'- ???' .,, . - na,111 aun-bakeel I . -?? ,?;;.. .- c?trr -n;.a slow . .. ,.., ?.-'?? - »»rk -nd Lowe : '?'??', .' : . ??? r»V»n they will ?\ '! !'.:.?' ? ?' aOTIca hare al * ' '. .'. ? ?ha W no pool ' '???? '.„.?.'???. ''V' cd, but It ' ?'?-?. the he ,i,)o, C3 *'? ' ;?'''? . ? Enju, maj,, tT,.o ' '?'-''. . ' ? T' 10 At lea. The ' '?'? ' ; ..!??? ? ' to! At alia con 'r''~ '' '? . ' loatUa, caturo or 1 .??' '.,., ? '??- I'J* -:? ter In the ? : ?? Ilu-: in countrlco ''':' '': :. ' ? ''oa to daughter ''??,''?.?? -.en .aro and to ilo ''''.' .: '.'?' - '? 'o'f ll have the ''' ''. ';- :icl.oipc ncc. With :::'?..?,'.?.? .. ? A«*-r sun n.ic. ?'?...

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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS THE INTERSTATE TEAM. CLUB AND STATE GOSSIP. "AN OLD BALL." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

[?] THE INTERSTATE r TEAM. BY 'GULLIVER.' CLUB AND STATE GOSSIP. '?AN OLD BALL.1 1' ? , - ....ire o-« ilav In ir.)-«r-l!yEi -ard Lot, 1 ?'„''-, vr'iul coil of r^-'«« ?«. ' '' ''I m.'.- ifeo toy n on! ! the W * IdiSow shut I jSro'w'i,a5i.;r:ully baril 1:1 'Id { weather! „,- '-c ?un burst '°rth l:; ll1' 5tuI M 'w «H war, Vo nr''iorlolsc-llkc' El--P they I wm Ta,[cn. I ra praylss the sod? ??B«r™™ 2 J»t mo utay, B'-t ray hoi.es »'cro mo!t c -'-£' Ikaken. ; ; ' j „„ roughly seized 'y a' t onqt' lstnnn's hand, And then, saaa- .-flog town, ce'-^i-^da flannelled And^h'y rhat of tic comln Sat?Ke. fa n B«»r,( my slumbering «eni f W woke, As! n:y ib.--;us were all aci.nK. y| : Hither .mil rhlther— now hero aad i ? How there, ;? I was c.i.-l In a zis-iag night— l« ?? JD my r.-w rcd--.-ilhcr. to oiled wreath care, A ??minnow t ' and then a 'kltciirf' I was rouRhly seized In Iho bowler ),% hum*. And hurled at .1 v.illow-trco. .,, :? Till I fell like :i boat on the Qood wla sands— No author's of u...

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

BOWLS AND BOWLERS j» BY 'TOUCHER.' I By WILLIAM liOV.\:.-. Ulster H.C., Belfast.) (Air— 'Thi! WcariHE of tho Green.') Oh : bowlers dear, did you hear the news that's That Ireland state neit year they'll bate all Thry will irate them all with dacency, and Dm tbi-y'll knock them all to pieces when they All the men are aniloua that their clde should But Ireland has a bit In hand, and there Bhc So ae'll shout 'Ccad mllle faiUh-' to each competlnR team. And try to nut them fifty down when we meet The sides are picked, the leaders toss, and soon ; the games bc£an; The tklps direct the players whether fore or The seconds play, and then the thirds, the turf Is playlnj keen; Excitement Eel3 tremendous as tho eklpa go i I think I'll try one on tho back; all right the i third man cries; | But you mu»t be very careful, as I'm nearly ' sure he lies. Jut.; come up rcry easy and draw nicely In he- | Then you hear a howl. Oh d— roar sottI, couU And when the same Is over and the match is \ Tlir Iris...

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

f CRICKET BAT REPAIRS cail ox ; .???;:' At S71 King St- Arcade, (Oter J. PMnon'JL)-/ ?.???':??-, } TENNIS RACgUET BtiPAJM. '

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PORT IN OTHER LANDS. ENGLISH LACROSSE TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS, ENGLISH LACROSSE TEAM FOR ' ' AUSTRALIA.. Jcro^ieam .nSSuS'.',^ ,M^T 'Pall Mall tJazctto' Bays that 'The Vktorl State Association appointed one of Us members' to confer with' the English authorities and as certain on what terms they would to prepared to ficnil a team. -at tbo Batnc time Indlcitln~ that if _BomethlnB like the best English* sidS 'tm diaiiiauR- fcucj coaamorca l oat the pro vision of hotel and travelling expenses would he rrasonoble. On this basis, then, about thirty of the leading playeni were naked whether they would be prepared, If selected, to make tho trip, and tho replies wcro so far favorablo as to ronke it a certainty that at least elcht of the best International Bide would be In cluded. Tho .Victorian dclcgato was then asked to arrange . -with his Association for the sub mission of a definite offer, which Is expected to arrive within tho next few weeks.'

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