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STORY OF HISTORIC FLEMINGTON The V.F. [?].C. has Given about £1,500,000 in Stakes. From Small Beginning, Australia's Biggest Turf Carnival has Grown. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

[?] (BY A 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' SPECIALS TheV.ga.C. has CiveT about %*l,500,000 in ? Uptakes. From Small Beginning, Australia's Biggest Turf Carnival has Grown. Tho exodns from Sydney to Melbourne has . been going on all through tho week and to-day at far-famed Flemlnston tho paddock will bo throngod by Sydney-slders, as well as visitors from all other parts of Australia Tho Melbourne Cup Is Iho great annual carnival ot Victoria. In Its growth It has rela tively outstripped Melbourne Itself, and has made that city the Mecca for pilgrims from all parts of tho Southern Hemisphere In 3eareh of This year's Cup !» no exception. Even In Sydney It Is the topic of tho moment, thrust Ing Into tho background tho (war between Tur key and ton allied Bulgarians. Montenegrins. GrcekB and Servians, tho ever-pressing to pic of Federal Government House, tho reign of Speaker Willis, tho tricks of Jack Johnson, or the latest in cricket disputes. The carnival begins to-day with the Victorian Der...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH BOWLERS WILL VISIT AUSTRALIA. THEIR DEBT TO THE AUSTRALIANS MUST BE PAID. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

ENGLISH BOWLERS WILL VISIT AUSTRALIA. THEIR DEBT TO THE AUSTBALIANS HOST BE PAID. CBy - 'S«hrrdiy M'f ?'= «™' SotoliI) Tho Now South Wale* bowlers who recently concluded such » successful campaign In Eng land Ireland. Scotland, and Wales, have paved tho war to tho Initiation ot Btlll another branch of tho International element In sport In this country. These, tourists mad* such a strong Impression on tho bowlcla o! tho UnlUd Kingdom, not merely as highly-skilled exponents o[ the an cient came, but as sportsmen and as vide* rlsioned men o( the world, that the feeling Is extending widely through bowlerdom of tbo Old World that a debt has bceu incurred and must bo paid at all costs In 10H. by tho despatch of a well-equipped, powerful team, to tho Antipodes. When they come to Now South Wales they will be welcomed with the hospitality for which f our bowlers and their clubs have Ions been | fumed, thanks to the grand examples of sue-h who bavo helped' him or have followed la his footstep...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRANSATLANTIC MOTOR-BOAT CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

TRANSATLANTIC MOTOR-BOAT CONTEST. Captain Day. of tho American motor-boat Detroit, returned to London on September 25, after completing a remarkable voyage in bl3 35ft. craft from Detroit to St. Petersburg. The thrilling story of tho little vessel's journey ncroas the Atlantic was narrated on her arrival at Qucenstown. Captain Day told an Inter viewer that the Journey of 6003 miles was done on HOO gallons ot gasoline, tho cost working ont at 2d. per mile. It was his Intention, he Bald, to organise an International motor-boat race next year from New York to Paris. The Automobile Club of France. Mr. Cordon Bon nett, and possibly the French Government would put up trophies. Sir Thomas Lipton .would try to get a boat ready in time, and hu thought sufficient entries v.'ould be Secured lo Blake the race 'a big thing.'

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELSH RUGBY UNION AND ROUGH PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

WELSH RUGBY UNION AND ROUGH PLAY. Mr. W. E. Bees, secretary of the Welsh Rugby Union has Issued a circular dealing with several Important aspects ot tho Rusby game, as played In Wains. For sevoral years rough play and unruly behaviour by sections of the spectators of local matches, bavo developed so much that the application ot the 'Iron hand.' was rendered necessary, inc. circular to club committees 1. Impress upon players the great Importance ot playing the game In a nportsmonllko manner and ot refraining from questioning tho rcferoi or disputing his decisions. 2. Abstain from selecting as members of their teams any. player., who persist In indulging in rough, foul, or unfair play, or whose Icniral conduct ls.'Unsati3tactory. 3. Arrange that commlttecmen should at their home matches take up positions In different places around the Held ot play for the purpose I ot detecting objectionable play. 4. Provided the club tuna permits, engage policemen to eject from the grounds any spec- ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTER-STATE CRICKET. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TEAM IN MELBOURNE SCORES 151 AND VICTORIA 187 FOR FOUR WICKETS—GOOD WICKET. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

INTER-STATE CRICKET. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TEAM IN MELBOURNE SCORES 1:1, AND VICTOHIA 1ST KOR FOUR WICKETS— GOOD WICKET MELI10VHNE. Friday. The Western Auatrallaus made lhcir appear ance- in Melbourne to-day agalual the Victorian I reprcsc-nlutlve team. It heliiB ihe Oral appear I uliL'C of a team from the West here for l'J ycara. I Thu wt-athcr was fine, but uuly a few pcoplo ?were pn-seut. The vlsllori uon Ihe loss, and went In llrst. H. Howe and C. Howard lacing the bowlini: u[ l'acy and braid, llowc inado M. [ wueu he i.as towlcd oy Fa.-y. T. H. Hoguo joined Howard, who eould not do much with the bowling*, and was caught by Armstrong off Km.-/, llosuu wan eaUKht before erorlng and thn-e wicket:, were down for :). A. Christian nan bowled by Drown aflcr maklug 4. and tho score then stood ct »- for four wickets A (_' Handel! and II. V-\ Kdmcinilaon then batted well. Iho lutlcr'b cutting hcins -ti-y :.llnietivi-. At lunch thu bourd read : four lor t:. Hanucll 17, Eitiiiondson 11 : au:i...

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

NEXT TUESDAY! NEXT TIIESljfY] j WILL BE COMMENCED IN —~— *** 5'^^:r*^- IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS PAPER, ON :v THERE WILL BE MANY PRIZES AND MUCH FUN ~~ First Prize : : * £10 . - Second Prize : ; : £5 / Five Prizes of : : : £1 ' , ; Ten Prizes of : : : \Qj- i'\- ; Twenty Prizes of : : 5/- ?: ? ^ ? A SIMPLE 'FINALS' COMPETIi|bN Anyone may win a prize. fe v' You Only Have to Write Three Words. |f f FURTHER PARTICULARS IN NEXlIpsUE WATCH FOR THEM. ? WW* -kirk Remember * The ComPetition wil1 commence in thMlqbe' ^ „___„„_«_==». TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 (Melbourne Wjk D«»\ ? ?-? m u THE COUPON FOR THE COMPETITION WILL NOT m APPEAR IN ANY OTHER PAPER BUT 'THE GLOBE' W Bc^ — ? in ? niiiW ? g8Ba-^piiS5^^.

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 — 2 November 1912

Are you Kolng to tee the Cup ? Nearly everyone seems to bu going Mclbournewards tho lucky ones, you can always spend a pleasant evening at The Umpire Billiard Theatre. There aro 40 excellent tables, and every comfort for pmtronj, 241 Pltt-»tre«t (opj*. .Tsvtt'av-.ClubK-^

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 — 2 November 1912

MEW ROOFED STADIUM T11E LAEGEST i-ND BEST-KjflPPED B0J.ISG .VSLESX IX THE WORLD. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. GREAT INTERNATIONAL WELTER-WEIGHT CONTEST. TIJf »U1 ^ the Grit cppeinnce J» AusmU ot Krance'i Prem/rr U-eltrr-wflRlK. who b« proved himsel! * tlevcr *fld rewuxceful Uoxcr. Hi* opponent ii ackaow letlgej u one ot the best men at hii Mt-icht tcta bete [of jetn, uij n flining contest is promised. JEAN AUDOUY v. PAT BRADLEY (FKANCE). (AUEBIU.) PRICES: 10' IRMncJ), 5', 3/, and 3'. BOX PUS NOTT OPE.V at Proud.'-ird'f. ' »i O.llr rcjjlutreet : lju'«-jy'-. 330 Georctjtr«t : Uo!e! lot tralia ; and Mcllill»n, Defrj- and Co., :3 CutltrMsli-«rt«. , NEXT SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9. LEON TRUFF1ER (France) v. JIMMY HILL (Australia) TWO FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONS. NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AND EVEHY THURSDAY IllIIING T1IK PRESENT SK ASON, .COUJIEXCINO AT 3 P.M. ?BAi.L-rx:.vciiixu? sJopto''?. tbai.vixg T\i:i.vias:I''' .-'-h/cholxo'co.v'tjjt. LES. GLEESON v. SID BENSON. rOUR TIIItCEnOLXD COXTI^TS. TRAINING EIII...

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

iii I TURF GOSSIP )--?-*$ ? , — : ? 0 I. D» VTHt SCOUT.' Moorcficid llils uiiernoon; '' Whllo pjtronr, ot pony anil galloway racing , (till be catered for at Roseiicry; vC / . ? i.* Ailft tflc Vlctorl.n Hating rarnlvjl will lio ,,?1 advanced another '.'.:.kc ?with tl-.c ojirni^!; of tlio | M1O Spring Meeting'. f 2 1 Thc Held tor lh= Q T.r. Derby, lo be run tills ! «ttcrnooi. has'been rrrturcl to live. These irj KJ ' Par mbah. KoatUiT.:!, O.-rmzo King. KI»S Clou. k ind Phlla-ta. 1 Subsequent Id Pataitno's gocl ..rorm In . the t 1 hurdle racer at lun'AJX. Spring meeting, there ? ippcirs to Live been n deslro on the part of f ) Rome ot t!ior.c who witnessed It to purchase -t ] The Native. Before the Australian oomlnlc jfrlj tlons rcachrtl tl.r llunilnlnn. however, the latter 'S~ff had~:a!rcudy changed hands. ('J The principal event at the mid-week meet ?f Inn ot the Albion I'mli Jockey Club, held :it U nrisb.-jic on Wcdnccd.iy afternoon, went to the 'M rinracbey ccMm*. name Kini;. with...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SECOND DAY.—TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. MELBOURNE CUP. (3.10 p.m) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

SECOND DAY.— TUESDAY. NOVEMBER-' MELBOURNE COT. (3.10 p.m.) A handicap sweefstaies of 30 sots each. 5 forfeit, with -yA sots, allied, and a trophy value 150 sots. Second bone to receirc 1400 and the third 700 sovi. out of tie stake. The winner after , July 31, 1912, of anv handicap flat race (the Caburt: Slakes eacepied) of the value of 200 sovs. and up to, but not inclusive ol 300 lovs., to carry 51b extra ;.cf 71b extra; of XO «o-'s. and upwards, 101b 'cms; pro vided lhat the winner of the A.J.C. or V.K.C. DerbT ot 1911 shall carry in tills race cot less than— colt vr Gelding, 7st 61b; [illy, 7st lib. 2 miles. IL- F. Mertoa's ch b AUROFODINA, by Flams— Nereid, 5rrs ? - t , He J Birk's br a CADOXIA, by Prudent Kin*— Enooms, jrrs ? t 0 Mr. E. J. Cravens br m LADY MEDALLIST, by St ll*vviic — Diploma. o»rs ? Sll Mr. E. E.' D. Ctsrkc-s b h EYK GLASS (Imp.), by Isinglsis— River Trenl, Ojrs ? SI Meurt Robinson and Clark's eh h EUDOttUS limp.), bv Forfarshire— Pennvwisc, aged ? 8 0 Mr. II...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WELCOMING WESTERN AUSTRALIANS AT ADELAIDE. THE BOARD OF CONTROL ONCE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

WELCOMING WhSTERN AUSTRALIANS AT ADELAIDE. THE UOARD OP CONTROL. ONCE HORB. ? At the welcomo to the' Western Australian tcim in Aii-iilllo last ?.vtek. Mr. U. M/.Evaa. who presided, uald it w-aa not uaucl to'Elv* rdceplions lo Interstate ttJirns. Tucy recojnlsea, how ever, teat It was a long while, 'luco n team .'rom Western Australia had been In Boulh Aus-' tralla and so they had decided to brtak ihrousb. the ri'ile. Ilu wished to let :ho vlsltorB know ih-at they wefo really and truly wclcqajo. (lltar, acir ) He hop:d ll'.at iho tour would be produc 'Ive ol nomclulnE'tbat would advance cricket in Western Australia. iHear. hetr.) It was ihelr opponents «ote 13 good or better than ihercselves, ih.it they were able to improve. Ho had recoc.nl::e-l lliftt for many years part, and when Smith Au'tralla started out lu Inter-SLato . rlr'.iet It ha'l .1 team nothing like so strong as the one they v.o-il.1 meet on Friday. Ho thought itiit the fuel .hat Western Australia wm u strons crliliel ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

In connection with the North Sydney Gym naEiutn, a special general O3coti£g~ of members imd Intcudlng members will he hold at nean'l Sport Depot, on Thursday night, 10 .-e:olTO tho report of Ihe uon. st-crclary. The movi-m-jut I* likely to bo very Bucccsslul.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN IN SPORT N.S.WALES v. VICTORIA IN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

WOMEN IN SPORT ?) ? B,.rOKHU.V_ ? ^ ? ? . N.S. WALES V. ViCTOfiJA IN fENNlB.'' Afirr failure for two years in liettlng »' |'iif Ice' tc*3ni to j;o ijoivn to ^Iclboun]©) cuccrvs ,',,„., now fairly certain. Lack of fund-, ua fortunately, prevents the K.S.W. -AlsocloUon lr.ui' I'.iyli'' any port of iho -cxpcnsci, but ln rplte of that, Mrs. Deally, ilra. Fuller^ and. Mlfs Williams are ready to so, aod.wo shall; iiroliably be at.le to Kct another. ... Mlso I.oyii, formerly of Jiocman, . li noir.ln Ilrnken 1 1 1 11. und would probably come, flown to .Mcltourn-. if choje.-). and sho Is » fairly' uircnK. and n promlslns player. Quito «um c.'eiitly so 10 Justify her Inclusion/ If we 'can't get Mlfs Ilrcmcr, or Mrs. Ford. They will probably fcc opposed by Wsies' Ailillson. Stewart, (lyton and Watson, and thtso foi'r wuuld defeat them, but our ladles 'would mill's a good flRlil of' It.' ..... Mlrses D. and N. I.lo.vil. v.-howon tfie Ladles' ' Doubles at the Strathllcld Tournament on Wed nesday...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. A notice appears in our advertising column* reminding members thnt their aubicrlptlono became due on October 1, and should he paid at once. Tho matches acalnat tho West Aua wlll be followed by the sovora.1 other inter-State Qxturcs on the advertlsod dutcs. The contlnu* ous ol^ days and nights' cycling contest will may obUUn proposal forma at the office, Occ&a House, 21 Mooro-streeL

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 — 2 November 1912

GOSSIP OF THE RING. (By 'SOLAR PLEXL'S.') The Cobar spirts -were, greatly Impressed with : the nidnnrr In which Jack Evans, ul Ccssnock. l.cltled tho pretensions of their local chiim plo^, I'eterscn. on Tuesday nljbt week. The meeting of Hock Key» and 'Kid' McCoy ht ths Suulluin two weeks hence ?will probably create more Interest than any match that has preceded It since the first between Langford and McVefl. -McCoy's Inability to do more than cut eves la their previous meeting is accounted for by hij frtcada us being due to ove:-conOdenco. as a result of r.hlcn he neglected getting blm Even so, we must not lose sight of tho fact that lu his opponent be will find one also i'-i Improved condition. Therefore an even better contest Is likely to be witnessed, If that be possible. A bumper house should reward Bantam champion Teddy Green, owing to the ! flourishing condition of his pIcturc-framinK business, has been out of the game for some few months. He would probably remain In retireme...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"FINALS" AND BANKNOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

'FINALS' AND BANKNOTES. Can you do a. 'final ?' Tbla la aimoat a need less iiueBtlon. a3 'Finals' are so almple that inoEt ordinary IntclliEonce. 'The Globe' com mences this great 'Finals' competition In Its nr\t Issue (Tuesday morning). TOe prim range from £11) to 5/, and there are. rrmnj- of them. You ma? make aa many attempts u Ton like, providing tho conditions are foUorod, TZlo coapon appears only In 'The Globe,' snd w*t be cut from neit TamdnT's lasue— ^lelbooma

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING WORLD THE FRENCH INVADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

[?] * BY ' RIGHT-CRO3S ' THE FRENCH INVADERS. We have seen Paul Til. ire harr Been I. con Bernstein, and ir havr bcon hl^Uly cscllcil taroucb Ereoli! D- Baliac's dl-pliT- .'*' Audouy and Truffler linvc yet to .-haw ih'.ir paces before an AM.ur.ill.--n crowd. W.icn ib ?-? get ihroUfth with their tns-titcincnt' Sy.lm-y will kno-v' more about rrracli hovers .:nd bo-clnir than all th-! reading the world co-.ilJ provide, especially It »t rcii-cmbcr taut one or two j:I1I In the old world .ire little belter '.hn:i ibov: irltb uj to-dav. TY.rrr'r. notblnc 111:? oIisitvi tton where the mind n-un n'rp thoroughly en I ^r- Wp may not s',-- Bernard, nor Lertnur.. ner « Carpcntler, or Marc-1 Moreau. Th.u L-doun Is »': a thorough good on' the world's crl'.ki .icrc.\ 'A and that Bernard ranks well his heen state I * In many quarters. Store «i would »«m to ft have gone back a bit. Ccrpentior wo tnlsilt ¥ think ourselves capable at iliiw up '.hro'iRh ft nis showing with Pnpkc. because we .'aw Papke -...

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

N.S.W. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ' ' '? N.S.W. -.y. Western Australia SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. ' ' , NEXT SATURDAY, ; NDVJGMBER,, .$. , , , , .. .. Bull's Ctimben, SIooxc.«Utt«. -. ? -- - ........ p£nov. ^ nO-WD&-,' EecfiUty.

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