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A LADY SWIMS ROUND SEAL ROCKS, SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

A LADY SWIMS ROUND SEAL ROCKS, SAN FRANCISCO. MIbb -Nellie Schmidt, the Aiamcrfa mermaid. inp of September 24. from a point about '00 yards below tho Clitf Hnusc, and return, and added to her feats oE navigating tho Golden Gate and San Franclaco Bay, a la flab, an achievement never before uccomplishcd by Her time for the distance was 34.50. a com paratively better record than ms made by Walter Pomcroy, ot the Olympic Club, who Year's. Eho started at 10.51. SO, and finished at 11.2S.20. IMIbs Schmidt was accompanied ovlor the course by Captain Nckon and his life-saving ncy were, tho professional heroes needed. Cap tain Nelson rendered the young Bwlmmcr her only ii.-ifllstant'L' by Hboutlng to her advice about megaphone. When uho finished the trying struggle throuKh the waves tho Ralliint little mermaid threw planted a hparty.lilM on'hls sun-tanned check. 'I am as fresh' as a dulay. Captain.' she sail), 'and you are a dandy wator chAperon.' Miss Schmidt.. declared she- was not at all ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MELBOURNE CUP MEETING. LATEST NEWS FROM FLEMINGTON. THE DERBY AND MELBOURNE STAKES. "PILOTS SPECIAL DESPATCH FROM THE COURSE. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

MELBOjgpSJE CUP MEETING. LAt 2|T NEWS FROM FLEMINGTON. THE OERBY AND MELBOURNE STAKES. ??PILOT SPECIAL DESPATCH FROM THE COURSE. . - mHDourne. Frio.y. ?r^ .. l« crerv prn.-i'O : ot 'DO weather for n7't. n, l: wag unl'lt '»»tlir warm on Wccl S- bu: early on TrfrBjJajr morning taerc ' 'wcul ir Jtiilc. **n-lj *^o remainder of tho Ja* ?'.,.,, oi VlMtnrs b.i'i aUMed to flock Into SJJ'itv ..nil It Is i-ertslaMbat on Cup Day 1K-. trill b'' »n ''ten U'sor -crowd than usual. ?tkkII»SS »??- norbjt1'1 w'll commence with '' MAIDeJ ''ATE, fnr w»i;h th» flclil wll! *t'.be large. For tho ,.|a«» I Wo = Jim: ? -: ? \ I.och Amos ? ? ?- ? ; Onr?% ? ?' ? 3 Then come* the MARIDYRNO 0 PLATE, (P. talrh runner* will '.o}»l «- Though Ilcr^ooa *«. a 101b ftnalty. hi.- ajoco Is excellent, not 'ltbsU-Tlliis the bell-'! »»t ho ls scare. ./ r.a cod a« »hfn la sl'ta*]r F1'0 KlnB. »t' s '?- «rtf!-lr'« 'able ls aIloli * »mart Biillopcr anil 'r-nMrien i» s'' to Ho tacking. Ot Hk out ?idr . -iirtrtoa .Maltravrf *nd S...

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AMERICA TOO HOT FOR ENGLISH GOLD CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

AMERICA TOO HOT FOR ENGLISH GOLF CHAMPION. Mr. Harold H. llllton tho. English Oplf ,.chan» pldn.' ? Intorvicweij on'.-hlii return, to .England, said: 'Why didn't I.win thoAmer.ican. champloi- ; ship:?'' Adk'Ulo. weather.' Tho hca'fwas simply terriHc -I can'-ot&nd iWt Drottv' oroll dttrlns tbo day time, but what upsc: me was the fan that the temperature did not fall at night, anl 1 rould' not sleep. 'I had lo change my clothes four times I day. and the ground seemed to fairly steam al intense heat In Chicago before. 'On the day prior to my defeat I had to pla) * two rounds in tho qualifying stage. The 8UJ scorched us in the morning, but later a*violen- had to play In a veritable waterspout.' 'Xorman Flunter, Iho only Englishman IcfJ in attcr I went under to C G. Waldo, of Co» ncctlcut, subsequently collapsed owing to thj heat.' ] Mr. Hilton eiprcsscd the opinion that thi ? standard ol play Is steadily' improving ll 'That Is becauso tho majority ot the besl piaycrB in America....

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

The Be&it. V' WMsky/ R^' The purest spring water from the heathef^atoi^M. of Orkney Island is used in the distiU^&V^

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SELLING RACE COMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

SELLING RACE COMEDY. The matter of the buying In of wlnncn of selling plates has always been a sore point with tho ciccutlve3 of racecourses In England. but without avail. It must he explained that If a horse Is en tered in a selling plate to he sold for £00. and it makes more than this, the surplus Is divided tho race fund. It stands to- reason that the and the owner of the second.' regard the money paid to tho race fund as* so.uiuch waste coin and exercise all their Ingenuity to staunch thij It Is to the advantage,, on £he other hand, oJ tho owner of the second that tho winning hon« shall realise a3 much as'.p'OB&lble at the auction. Sometimes tbo owner ot -'the; winner ask* the owner ot the second to-,hlir .thp winning hnraa .in for him, and they thus orronce tho matter. September 22, when a tTro^ycar-old named, ap propriately enough, Auctioneering won the Wei beck Selling Plato and ifrl. C. Hlbbert's horn Bob'rbiln wa3 second. .? and 'Mr. Hihbcrt was asked to buy Auction...

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CYCLING NOTES AUSTRALASIAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

CYCLING NOTES ® Or 'DLUC STREAK.' ATJSTnALASIA.V AMATElTt CIIAMriONSIIirS. In BjJntj there In not a grr.v rleal doing In cycle racing this afternoon, but ni Rrtshnnr one ef the principal meeting or the year—the AU3 tralailan Amateur Oii.-iipioiuhlp '- .irnlval. pro moted by the Qiiornrland Cyc.II-;.-,' rmnn — tnltc* plsce. About hair a dozra .VS. \VjlC3 repre sentatives v.ill compr: :. A The events nf |1 the championships': .liji-vn' '/'hai'/aniT l^mllo! A N.H. Wales will bo nflli-iniiv represented by ! S Stanley Burllnshan-. thr n-t-o'rlc rtrdfern sprln v tor ; but C. M. Cuflirfc. C C Hooper. A. Beck. ' H. N. Oannen. and II. M. o. Adams, all riding .well, will alro -n:nt etf\ ( nurtlnshrnv. rutrlirfc Hooper, and Beck hold. ?rJ between thfni. all ihe amateur . hnmplonshlps irt ef Neir South Wales derided last year, while NS Cutcllff.- also hoMa the live and lea miles Aus [3 Valaslan tiller.. \ ? ~ ?A On the form shnTn In Ihe tent races recently. 'i howover. particularly with Vlctorl...

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

DO A 'FINAL,' AND WIN A POCKETFUL OF GOLD I SEE THE 'QLOBE'6' NEW PRIZE COMPETI TION. ? -

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

bR a chance of a small '{? HI fortune : : Sg§5 AWAITS AXT SPdRT. WHO WILL LEAVE HIS ', ', Si CASH FOR A 61IT AT . . . HI Tbe Eastern Suburbs TAILORS, \ ? H» PEROUSE ROAD, RANOWICK.' - ' mi COUNTRY CUF.NT5 r.iOJIPTLY ATTENDED TO. ',', mat P»ttirnj. Tip.-, an-l £eIf-M,i.nire Forou - ? £XK cSeipatrhrd per icturn mill. J J Mm Tins OFFtrt only open for a kev.- weeks. « . S§S| K A. HOLZIC..L, }W,tt. -?

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ATHLETIC GOSSIP BUNN CHALLENGE SHIELD MEETING. METROPOLITAN CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS—FINE FIELDS AND BIG BATTLES EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

ATHLETIC GOSSIPS B- 'MENTOR.' ) BUNN CHALLENGE SHIELD MEETING. METROPOLITAN CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP; - FINS FIELDS AND BIG BATTLES EXPECTED. On tbe Sydney Sports Ground thla attcirtoon will be commenced the scries 01 contests :or tho Dunn Challenge Shield, which carries with It tho club supremacy of Sydney. Tho SbleM has been foughl twice— In 1910 und l'.'ll— and oa each occasion the South Sydney Harrl.rj won easily. This time It is expected tho club will icore again, although only after a stiff light. Hut It especially as the mantle of J. F. Bradley ap pears to have fallen upon F. C. Madclcy. With J. TV. Prascr looked upon ud u sure winner In tbo hurdle events and J. J. Harley almost ciiually secure In tho walks, ;no cljb gets a good start In poinl3. Then P. T. Rodmond and F. C. Madoley look like having somewhat a mortgar? on the sp.-int cvcntB bcracen them, whilst thcro.ls plenty ot cupport available. All this rcids well accord Ing to book form. bu*. one can canlly make tho foundations ...

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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY SNAPSHOT: HENRY T. FOSTER, 157 WILLIAM STREET SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: HENRY T. FOSTER, 157 WILLIAM STREET. SYDNEY. The above is a photographic reproduction of a group taken recently. The first (but no other) member of the group who presents himself at 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE AND   ARROW' OFFICE, 136-138' Castlereagh-street, AND IS IDENTIFIED AS BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will be paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern themselves in this will be under- stood to agree to accept the paper's decision as final. The business of identification will be entrusted to a member of 'The Saturday Referee and the Arrow' staff. ANOTHER PHOTO- GRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear in next issue, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW PHOTOGRAPHER.    

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"A Half Turn of the Wheel, and His Neck will be Broken." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

'A Half Turn of the Wheel, and His Neck will be Broken.' This illustrates one of the many thrilling incidents in the serial masterpiece 'The Great   Western Road,' which starts shortly in that superb penny weekly, 'The Globe.' The story of 'The Great Western Road' concerns a squatter and his daughter: a young   man of good intent, but no settled occupation who determines to make the daugher his wife; a dashing sub-inspector of police, who has similar designs; a clergyman without a parish;   Black Jack, Snaky Joe and several other bushrangers, who worked the roads and the bush in those strenuous times; fast and reckless men and women of the city; innkeepers of indifferent     standards, and queer schemes; goldminers lucky and otherwise.   There are many scenes of dramatic interest throughout the serial, which will run in ''The Globe' for about twelve weeks.   'The Great Western Road' will becom...

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

Dewar's 'Imperial'  

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THE THEATRE THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 2 November 1912

THE THEATRE BY 'BOZ.' THE THEATRES. HER MAJESTY'S - "The Quaker Girl." THEATRE ROYAL - "Ben Hur." CRITERION - "Struck Oil." ADELPHI - "At Cripple Creek." PALACE - "The Unseen Eye." THE VARIETY THEATRES. THE TIVOLI - Burns and Bentley. NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.— Violet Black. PRINCESS.— Vaudeville Entertainers HER MAJESTY'S RE-OPENING. Spick and span from the hands of the decora- tors. Her Majesty's is to be re-opened to-night by the Williamson Royal Comic Opera Company with a revival of 'The Quaker Girl.' Miss Grace Palotta will make her first appearance here since her return from Europe, as Madame Blum, the French dressmaker. The cast in- cludes Blanche Browne, Icne I.onr.en Nellie Wilson, Ivy nickforl. Ivy Srhlllini;- Mrs. George !.aurl, Nellie r.ilvln rnsuli- Milne I., r.n Hnlland. Andrew IllSKlnran. Fred Leslie, Frank Greene. C. R. Bantock. Ion Maxwell JEAN D'ARC, WITH THE MARIONETTES, LOWENTHAL AND COHEN, AT THE TIVOLI. Arthur Hunter, Arthur Lissant, and Bertie Wright Miss Ivy Sch...

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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

* ROWING @ Of 'AQUA' © Th? Nnnh Shore Rowing Club rcgftltu pro vMrfl f.onir rrally snort racing- The Invitation K'phtn, In which 5*» oarsmen t:ompctrd, prove 1 a prrily race, and the Club Fours provided u K-oil conti-*!. ? The main interest of the afternoon centred In Ihe Champion Kourp, which wa3 won In hanl ?orae fashion by Enlerprlse No. 2 crew. A sreat race was expected to take place be tween the Halrnaln «nd Lelchhnrdt crews ov«.' Ihr two miles, and Lelchhardt camo quite u? !c expectallons by really bcatlns the premiers, but they .'olid to cross the line through bo# crebbins. Fortune favored tho junior crew from Ente* prlfc. stroked by Harry Green, the amalei.r champion sculler. This crew v.-ent to Melbourne to meet with defeat in the Henley-on-Yarra Junior Fount, but Green, who also competed In the sculls, had undertaken too heavy a con tract. The men rowed irhply with a quicker stroke than their opponents, nnd nlthnuch they had the worst ot positions ot the start, had ?Us rac...

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SPORT SALAD [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

1 SPORT SALAD ARROW STAFF. Dr. Herbert Uordcru has become' engaged to Miss Norah White, younger daughter of Mr. II. L. White of Belltrecs. Scone. Ue=t ot good wishes to the gifted Boslo bowler. Leslie Doardman and Cecil Hcaly left Liver pool on September 30, per ij.b. Ayrshire for Aus tralia. On their way out they arranged to iiop at Cape Town, where a big reception awaited them. Prior lo their departure from London they, were entertained to supper al Fraacati'a by members of tile Itoyal Lite Saving Society, lllo JilBhcato Lite Duoyu, una ihe Amateur S.U. Arthur Postlc, the noted Australian runner, cx-chauiplon ot tho world, waa married on Uc English swiuiuicr. 'the marriasc took place al bouloporl. Tbo Hou. F. S. Jackson, in a paper on 'Sport' which he read before tne Unurch Cunureis la Eugland last mouth, said that 'It the sumo oppurtunlucs were allordcd the boys In the national schoola uf Icaruiug us those given to their more forluuulu broturt.^ at tbu public scuuols we should tl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION : 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET Penny Tnim toTSoor. Under the management of the beat all-round aport la Sydney, Sir. JOE ANDICEOLI. Our Tabl-a arc Jjai-pd on by JOHX .'tODEnTS. STE. VK.NiON. (.I.OItat: GKAY, _ MNDIIU1I. RKECi:, ,nJ 25 TABLES ADVKKTISINU FLOOii — 11 Tiblea, Where a game coala n'eti--«lly Od. par 100. Why pa, W- tor what you tan fel for Od. STAMlAliU TABLE ll.OOlt— 3 TABLES. Including Oeorec Cray Table. 1/. per 100. FIVU MAliMFICENT I'KIVATK I1O0US, Filled v.itL 100 guinea Tablr.. Jt»«, s/- per hour Im pair or party. SPECIAL FEATURE.— Tournamer.ta conducted foi rations lamalrur) every month, iIO/0/- prite« (by Ar.ci' and Cooir), and special ITliea (old Orkney Co.). TUtioii by Mr. Andrcoli In private rooms tt nuoi»bli 2lng up 1-13S City and ce^afc rou room, tnd a£COS s (try t:wi»iit «vculi)«.

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WOMEN IN SPORT BASKET-BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

WOMEN IN SPORT I ® ? Or 'OMHts.' © I r..\=KKT-KUX. J Onlv unc match — of minor import mi c --?.. '11 I r.c n'orllod In th- ticHkrt-ti.ill . timpeiltla.l i to.-driy. N'.t iraturilav the ncinl-il:i.il.-, Jhrjull | or Infre-'tlng and eicltln,; «:,in,-. I | OUR LADY BIIXIARI) CHAMPION. Mian Roberts defonte.l W. Cook by L'l', points In the enme of M-oo tin. in whl, h Conk allowed the Australian champion half-way sun. When play was continued en tho List day. Mls» llobcrts held a lead nf MT. Cook, wlih the aid ot SOI ajalnal'hls opponent's :::::, during iho I Inc ntote wlicn \.iir (ln;\l sfHnlon licpan. In piny with £7 (unnnlfheoi. Mixn KntnTts nn rrRumttif; , run Into i3. nnd -ll(l mc-st of (he I'corinp tlurlng I the next twenty mlnutri;. Cook rvonmally pot | soImk and put tnKvth«T JfS toUowc,} latrr by i If1?, and. theneo onward.' Cook had tnuttrrit all | his own wav nnd reglKlrrcd breaks of W. .IV, and a superb sput-end effort of ;'!. During ths llnal session Miss Hoherls displayed very...

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GOLF GOSSIP SUBURBAN CHAMPIONS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

? GOLF GOSSIP © ft S» 'THt COLOHCL.- ?- © Kl.'MUKL'AN fllAMI'lOXS. Tho rao.-l Imrortonl lor.il .vrr: last Saturday eii'aniplons at Kcnslasion. l'he weather waa r.ilher en Ihe naim side, but Ihe ;-otinic wa it, pool order, and home fairly low scorea v.ere expected. With the cxcepllon. however, ot tho and very much iielow anything like champion thlp form. !n the morning L. n. Oswald Seily led the Ileld by Ihrce ftroken. Ho was out In 33, but required 15 for the homeward Journey. It. n. -;oi;boll was £&7 ll^ out and 41 In), and J. R. Mailhcim wan also R7. The only other smrters were C. L. MucVenile. with n badly compiled 91 nnd G. D, Thomas with an even worse 3!. In the afternoon Oodbolt played a very fino game. He was out In 40. and was Cl for 14 holes : but he finished with 6. 3. K, and S. and Ihus took SI for the round. Matthews did not do ai; well as In the morning, nnd wa« SO. Mac Ht-vzto and Thomas were both c!c*m out ot It. ond were again In the B'i, All Interest was thu...

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A. R. POSTLE MARRIED IN ENGLAND TO A LADY SWIMMER—WILL SETTLE DOWN IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

' A. B. POSrLE MARRIED IN bNGLAND ; TO A L.\I-T SWIMMER.— WILL SETTLE DOWN i IN QL'KENJLAiS'U. : tralfan 6prlnler. v.-as married at Christ I'hurcb. ,'. ' houthport. i:ni!laud. on October i. to SUsi lidna Leadbenter. Utth daughter ot Mr. J. Lead- ? A I beater manacer of i-'outhporl Corporatloa '?'''/ Uathw- Aftei the ceremony Mr. ami Mrs. PostU .? . --^ *; left for London, and on October IS they Intended/'-, .p.*. lo sail for .South Africa, und thence to Queen*-™, «'? - land. The bride Ir- a well-known swimmer, rftf.- jA !'. In reply to n question by a 'SportlnK Ut*m&-$(/n\ representative as to his future Intentions Hoar *' ,sS regard to ruunlnR. 1-ostle Bald that In the etaSii'V-VJ ot Donaldson retlrlnK from the track ajjgft JjK« I incetlm; Walker at PoniyprliM. as nonaV4«/F 'ft raid he Intended lo .lo. «-? and '.Vslker trill*rlME».'i:'i'' ?i for Ihr 1P0 yards .-hamplonshlp of ths woIMW-5'''' «.] at .lohannesburc c:n llo.emher 7. In all PWffiS-' I babllltv thih ue.ul.1 be hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

C0RRFSP0NDEN1S ARE REQUESTED TO NOTE CHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION LETTERS TO 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICE ON THURSDAY IF POCSIBLC. LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. RICE, lUFOUTKIl OK LAWS' TKNS1S |:B)'I5I1I3. SLiZKMihli. A\UK.=, lil'ALUIVO i: ll.WiS IIAL'CETi. ll.\t;Kt:rS HKfAINIJ) A.\U IIKblllL'.NU. ?Jiti, City £1U- t^UUQL STHECi.

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