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THE GREY DOG. An Australian Dingo Hunt. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
THE GREY DOG. An Australian Dingo Hunt (Hy 1\ F. KI.MK^ In th' 'Illustrated Sportln; anil DrnmiKie News.') ! White man. black hoy. snd black dog, sland Inr, on Ihe verandah of the Perrlmllc homestead li ihe dawn, were all well worth looking at, ail pirfect lypes of I heir kind. Ted Itsymon! showed six feel or well-knit, bronzed Australian manhood, with the determined, self-reliant look wide new world, finding Ii!m wny across deseri r.. plain hy sun nnd nit.rs. who rides unbroken horses, and who seems at one with nil ihat Is ilileet, leorleK.-1. nnn sell-reliant, suowy. the I h:.k hoy. a rllp nf h thing, with lithe, graceful, rn:ike-IIUe body anO shining teeth aud e-». | I.eauiler. the kangaroo-rioK. a big, powerful hen*!, with broad, deep chest, the sinews of -. gymnast and ribs like Damascus steel. I.,, .itnooth, *.iattny skin wnf urarr^d In mnny pla-Ta. tokrns of flerrr flfthi^. 1 1 n'uti he who hu*\ run down and killed Ihe big emu. He hud tackle I dojs had limped in' bleeding and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
NEW ROOFED STADIUM Tin: I.AHUK.ST ami i»:sTi:iHim:i- uuxixc auesx ix thu would. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY) TO-NIGHT GREAT INTERNATIONAL FEATHERWEIGHT CONTEST. LEON TRUFFIER v. JIMMY HILL NEXT SATURDAY NICHT. NOVEMBEB 16. HERB. McCOY (Champion) v. HOCK KEYS (Challenger) AUSTRALASIAN LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST. Next Thursday Afternoon. AMI KVKHV TIMISBAY Ill'ltlXli TIIK IMtt^r.ST SKASIIX, CUMMKXCIXi; VI' - I'll A CrtJl ..vine oil, Atlilctle 1-iogtniiuiic -.vlli !-? rjrrml --I. wia-prWug UO.MNti, 'sil \nolv SPtltuivr IIAI.I.1M .\CIIIXII, SKII'l'IXC, TIIAINIXIi KXLItflSK.I. -'«»ll .SIX-ltdl'Ml cu.VTKST GEO. NEWBURY v. TOM DIBLEY. nvi: Tiiiti:i:-inirxi) cii.stksts. tiiaimms kmimiitiuxs iiv keys, mkov uu.y\c v\» ZA.MIICIIS. -;||KAT IIALLITXllllMi IUSI-I.AV HY JAfK MI'Vuo rint-rlau Miiaii-Jl lTusrammi.. AltrrnoKii Tra an.l Hilrc-I ? in, piuilJcd (or Ijiilrt ' ruiCES : il -ud 1/. Uilii-j, aCconi|i4iiii'd t.; Ucn llcuii-ii, filtE. V.UUUND COVUJ/, Scvrelar/. The Sest! Whisky. The purest spring...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
'GLOBE' SUBSCRIPTION FORM. The Manager. 'GLOBE,' 139 Castlereogh-Btrcet, Sydney. Please forward the 'Globs' reiu l«rly to the addreBj Blven below foe the term of onn year for whlcu I en close 6/. Addrei» ? , ? (II Ihi Sumcrlptlon li for li» than ona yiar tltw Uia form accordingly.} WRITE PLAINLV, AND THAT WILL HELP US. Some of the Contents ot 'The Globa' .\LL Till; XKWS OK .\U, TIIK WOULD (Il-u-lr4;trd.) MTeJH-IXU.XTIO.SS A.ND BClENTIflC UI* 1IAX1IY II AX ABOUT THE HOL'St. -.(MIC RIDE (K-- IJKK. llOSIK IlKLI' :-K KH. KINDS. CUI'IO'.S CUHXKI1. UAIIDKX ANl, 1'OL'I.TKY NOTES. UISCLSSIOXS KOlt MEN AND WOMEN. ? AM. qUKSTIOXS ASSWKIIKD. BI'ORT XOTfa AVI) ANKCDOTES. 1MI1ZE COUPCTITIOXa Bl-LfNDID STOaiiM.
AMONG THE BOXERS OUR GOOD FRIENDS THE FRENCHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
AMONG THE BOXERS ? BY 'SOLAR PLEXUS' ? Oil! GOOD IlIIMNIlS. Till: I'HKSCHMBS. 1 deal'' |rh'l'Or|1!.-yl Tiv'l' i''''rt!lK° from -!?'; Referee Arlhiir Scott, the French boxers Intend .unccillng Ihelr agreements with 'hc Sliiilliiin and returning honv. Perhaps Ihls conclusion wnii arrived at shnrlly after last Saturday nlghl'u contest. l-rI '» ''-l'' Ihi-y h»vi- cooled clown sufnclently nlnco to ».?-? th' absurdity nr Mich n I'Olinr, lor, after nil, wllh II ? .xcepilnn of Saturday last. Arthur Xcott has boon more Ihnn tolerant towards them. a» ii little- reflection will show. Lei us lake I he contest heltrccn Til nnci Head on September 'I when the Krrneh boxer was allowed i' return *o 1.1b corner In the fourth round on tho pretext that lie hail received u foul blow. Coulil the referee not havu there and then dlrniuulMcd him? . That It wout.l have been correct was clearly I'cmonslratcd by Til hlmBelf In coming from bis rorner Hnii fighting more vigorously than ever, thus showing that ho...
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
TURF GOSSIP ® - Br 'THE SCOUT.' © Warwlik Farm lodny : Willie tliu V.ll.C Sprim: Miclini; I Will be In oiiu-lit tu a , |o»c- ut I-'lcnilnBt''- .\'o fi-wcr iliuti '.'J lumen from thf other Status ami Now Simian.! lomprteil nl Uiu Victorian SprlnK ranipalga. Niimlrintli.an lor nrit Saturday1* racotliic ot the Kensington UailnRClub will ?-' accepted up to j p.m. mi Monday, thr 11th Inai. Tho .New Zealand »tccplcch«»rr. Sir Lclhe. »ho rinntlr returned homo alter competing unsi,c,-..eS|ully In the ??rosi.-.-nuntry event, .u Ihu A.J.O. Spring raecllnK. i» to On turned out lur a lengthy spell. I. PlRRott. thi Cnlltornlan Jockey who rcvo lutioiilsi-.l race ridlnR on tho Kuimlan turf, m Tud Sloan did In England, la dead. riggotl went to Moncow ten yc«r« iigo, when 18'ycar.i of ukc to rlil'- for the LazarcfT stud (tlio prln . ipnl raring slnMc In Ilusalu). at n retainer of £:ion a year. He hid an unprecedented record ot miiM-eMCM before diking to drink, owing to .wfclrh the I.a«nr»n stable ev...
WHY WEIGHTS OF BOXERS ARE EVER DOUBTFUL MANY HIDE THE TRUTH AS LADIES HIDE THEIR AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
WHY WEIGHTS OF BOXERS ARE EVER DOUBTFUL MANY IIIDK THE TRUTH AS LADllCS 11IOK THKIR AGK. . Illy W. W. NAL'CHTON.I '1 »m the only hoser In ihc world who does not lie about his weight.' remarked Llsht wemht Champion Ad Wolgast recently. No one who heard know whether Wolgast was justified In paying thin tribute to his own truthfulness or not. He hiis proven exclusively that he Is * Rentllne light-weight. The dead line In the class named is 123 pounds and tho plummet always resin In 111.- l:m-pound notch when Ad VTb'eUa,tevWflK,h' '' '' '' ?»«? ' „ ..c cl ''''' no' mov|1' and those preBent II*1? n ? — --»'--iht t- oi^asi wcigns o'c'easlnnai'i; Ih'.t'nn'welKh.Ts'. bufh .'doe'^J rennjusi tne machine to show how much less The only direction In which Wolcast has cV tnbllshed a reputation for veracity recardlnr his avoirdupois Is In his claim thai he always weighs jrlthfn the llshtwclitbl limit That there are flKhtcr* who nb notorlmi-1v about their welRhl Is nn tlndenlalile fact They guard t...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
SWIMMING. Mr. OeorKe II. Williams hus been presented with the Koyul Life Savins Socleiy. dlslln gulshed setvice medal, I,, recoKlilllon of bin services In promoting the wclforo of the So ciety In tUln Stun ,|llr,'.W; '? 1UI1I'G«. superintendent of the Municipal Dutbs Uomaln has received the Koyal Life Savi'n« Soclely-B diploma in tho shape of a mounted certltli-iiie und a Rold badice Mr. I', J. Marks. In maklnK I He presentation on Thursduy. nlKht, »ald thai the diploma wu9 tbt hichcBt award of the society ana ot the swim mluB world. Four diplomas bad ulready been presented, und each a..-* bad scored twice. The Itandwlck and Coojec SwiramlnK Club-.f Suyds handicap, al CooSee Aquarium llaths on Wednesday, risuiti-i. thus :— K. Godfrey ISsce I: II. I'orster, llaiv. L'; R. Mt-Ivor. 5«ec 2. Time' 4'acc. On next Wednesday, 1:1th Inat., ihe llfeJ having i!u»j meets ill 7.:ili p.m.. and the tiiyds Memberi.- Handicap will be held at S.15 p.m. The cableKrum to the effect tbul -l. I'oullquln ...
RUGBY TEAM IN AMERICA. SAN FRANCISCO [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
RUGBY TEAM IN AMERICA. (BY w. W. NAUCHTOH.) U.V VlllVCIUfrt U«... 'II. Preparations are Lelna lua.le he're for tin team of Kilgby players, which i.ili arrive hi-ru 1:1 liuirsilay, uciooer 3. r'ootlia:! enthusinsla ;.re louklnK lonvurn .with Ercal Iniereul to th'i visit, ns II will bo the Ilrst tune that su-h a 1 extensive tour ho3 been carried out since Iho li injunction of Ungby football on this coasl. Whrn the Amiirallnnii rcacli the .lock the/ .will he greeted liy representalives of Ihc city, Including Jiayor Holph, and every club an 1 university near San Kranclseo will have some nn.. *S..rn In III, I the VlsilorM U.-i-l..nmn ' Tli.i Columliln I'nrk Hoys' Club, which made a lour 01 Ai.Jtrnltii four years nito, will be on hiimJ. tenrlnK aloft the numerous Australian nnpi presenled tn thcaf by Iho various colonies dur lilil their visit. Headed by tho band of this organisation, n procession will be formed, and Ihe visitors and thejr who come lo Krcei them I will proceed 10 the Olymp...
RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
RUGBY LEAGUE. The new Masonic Hail was well filled on Wed nuday evening, when Mr. J. Joynton Smita. .V, L.C.. presented an ot!K lal of each ot the dllfor ert sticcefjful clubs ivilu ihc trophies won dur II. Messenger received ihe premiership medals in behalf of Kastcrn Suburbs. The crowd called lor a speech, but 'Dally' merely smiled aul walked otf the stage. During the afteraoon h-i n,.d been exerting himself hitting sllcs .'t Wi.verley Oval so probably wa-j short ot Utf v.lnS c.Wcntiu! for oratory. Tin- example set by him was followed In most ir.^'-f. ;..H the almost Interminable procession walked lip to be congratulated by the president tnil receive tile trophies. One diminutive youlli representing a Junior CNSoi-liiiloii wa 1 determined, however, lo express Ul gratitude to the controlling body, which hi cpproprlalcly did. Mr H M. Somer. representing the Royal Agri cultural' Society, and Mr. L. H. Harvey, sccre tarv of the Sports Ground, were present, nnl Ihc handsome trophies do...
RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL It. W.- Adamsoti. the Sydney University Ihree-qiti-rter. now In An-erle-. with th.- Aus tralian Hugoy Union team, has been award. 1 the Aoroa T. Dank's prlite tor the best paper contributed by a sludeni In the rcc-nl '''ur- slou of the Australasian Institute of Mining Engineers 10 Cobar. Mount floppy, l.llhsow, Mollbtud. Cockle Creek, and Poll Kombla. \DOUT COLONIAL TOURISTS. The four home unions are rlchtly Oiling iho parti: c; hosts to tho South Africans. The visi tors will at last bo met by representatives of tho four home unions, says 'C.I!. I..' In thu 'Dally Express.' who goes on to remark: 'It mutt always bavo struck an enthusiastic Colo nial how slack wo aro in such matters of wel come. I have been present at the arrivnl of mauy visiting bands of athletes, aad havo been struck by the Informal nature of such landings. When any of our teams go abroad the difference is thu 'brass band' to tho 'Customs officer 1' It has taken. Iho home unions some lime to re...
There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S [?] MR. HENRY S. R. INNES, ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE, CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. v.':::iErt of nil satukc.wi cs.-pckot : :.?'. iieh-v g. n. i:i:jes. ct. anehewc collece. camperdown. Tro ibove is ?- photographic reproduction of a group lakeu i---cenlly. Th. I-MIIST ibut n.- 'ti'.-ri pu-inber of this group who present a hlni='lt at Hit 'SATCHUAV KE:-'I'IEK AND Tlir MiltnW' OFFICE I36-13S Ca3tl--rrasli-!.:reei. A.VD IS IUi:NTl .!)'.!) n.i HEIXt: IINK II:' 1 Hi: i;itol':\ will be paid OXE SOVERE1US. All who concern themselves in this «lll be nil-. -'''' (o ^..^pj ,hL, paii.-r'.s -!-cibion as final. Th. bu..i:.es» of Identlli-ation will be cammed to a member of the 'SATl'UliAY KEFEIlEi: and the ARROW' star, unders ooi_^^ SSAl,SHor j.HOTOl.'il.U'HR' i.'OMI'ETITION will appe-ir In u-\t if.-uc. ,md oilier:- will follow. LOOK OL'T FOR THE 'SATCRDAY ItEFEREE A Nil THE ARROW' THOTOCRAPHER In thej5tr£eis_ of Sydney. ? . ? ? ? - - ? ?— ? ? ? . ? ?
SPORT IN OTHER LANDS A [?] WARNED [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
SPORT IN OTHER LANDS a ii(i;i.-!i: 'W.wiNrcn hfk. ? Tho 'I:,,. -i:i.~ Calendar' i-arly In O. toner, an- : rrim.-e.! t !ial thr Si.-»nr.!i, 'I ihc Ju.-kry I'm).. ; Fnpl.in.!. bruins received . omplalnts that the l.rei'on.-i- r.r Hi.- Imrn- Vlllg.ince at the starting- 1 !,-rUj.- o.ilus lo'hl-.i' savage propenHltles, h'av-- ! t'.vrn In.-tni'ii.iihi lhat this horse shall not be | .?lion-el m tat..- part In any event under la . I Kulca of u,,o|,,B. ?-MAI.L Hiiy and THE FOOTBALL. An niniislnc Ind i. nt occurred In the Amii ilt.liiin f.,,,tb:ill match at Illaekpnol, on Scp. tcmb.T is, whirr Knllinin tluftered defeat b)' !I:ilf--.iay thriiueh the aeeond halt the ball wa! l:lckf,| Into lourh nriiiiwltc. tile middle of the vostern ntan.l. I.ovl Thorpe, the home right halt, w.i., unable l.. por-imidc a hoy to throw Ih.' hall !,,? was h.,MinK. The game »?«:.. or .oursr. stopped, nnd Thorp Ji|-,-)oal,-d !n ii,.. n,,,.i,m.-in. »l»- .lenmndcd the bill. Til- hoy Mill de.llnod to give It up. so I!' ...
MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
MOTORING. The Motor Vavlll Club Is holding a race this the club-house In Itose liny, around PUvllsht, and buck m .lab-house, passing buoys at Her mit I''lnl anil al ll.Hh.-, on slarbojrd hand on return trip. 'I he followlnc entries were re cilveil :— Wi.giheh I.Mr. (i. H Henry), marts at ?j:.il p.m. : flllllkeii (Mr. H. I'! Markelli. :l.34.1n ; Ales ll.leul. It. H. lleanel. :i.3I ; N.T.ll. (Mr. E. f. Grinithl. ,-|.;:ii,15 ; Laurel II. (Mr. Ceo. S. Pursseyl, :l.3!) : Neraiisl.. I.Mr. E Wllseh). | :!.4ii.iii : Tu Tu (.Mr. ». h. Mnnoni. 3.11.10. The Mouir Cycle Clliti of N.S. Wales Is to i-ommence a series of runtesls for the Speedwell ! e;;,' Cum this aflerumii:, with u reliability | in 'lUirnsby Valley, mid lu'i. 1,,'vli Horiishy, Hyde] i and Ihe hrld-.:eis lo '.he surltnff-pnlnl. Tli. re ma Iju two divisions ,u stiirlcrii— .-lilo i;u* HUd Ilfbt weights leaving the O.P.O. at 1.11' p.m.. ami heavy weights at ^ p.m.. compe.itora beliiB iilluwid to choose their nwu route from the bUl'tl...
A FAMOUS OLD-TIMER. CHARLES WESTHALL. A MAN WHO COULD RUN, JUMP, AND WALK [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
A FAMOUS OLD-TIMER. CHARLES WESTHALL. A MAN WHO COULD RUN, JUMP, ADD WALK A SKETCH OK ins CAREHR— AN KXAMPLK TO MODERN' NEWSPAPER Oil RLOWIIARH ATIILKTES-I11S RACES WITH (iKOncE SEWARI) AND JACKSON— TWKNTY-ONK MILES IN THItKK HOURS- PAIR 1IKKL ANO TOK— AND IN'TKHKSTINI! FACTS NOT , (JENERAI..LY KNOWN. (lly 'PtlOllIGAL.') On vereral oicnslons of Into 1 hare been cthcil It I couiil nupi.ly some particulars of Hi', inrcer of that fammm oM-tlmcr, Chnrles Wcsl hhll. It nn happenii that many yearn ano— I tun tint e.xnctly say how many, but probably abou*. twenty— I penned an nr-lule rt-liUlns to loi ctrcer of U-cnlhiill. His name Is as fnmlllnr In athletic circles here an that at anyone I can think of. but I Im tifflnc fow know much of the uinn or his ilt-'cus. 1 suppose there Is Imnlly n n«l, cllhcr In the nntuti'iir or prof ci*b Ions 1 runks, hut what coulil Kllbly tell you thnl Weslhnll wrote n book on training, but as to bin performances Is anolh.T mailer. It bas cohi me many an hour ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
friends «lll H 1 1 been iiiumin:. I . the New /.MtaS'l . lewelhy »*|.jrl.:u.r -. li no tluubt i- to ?itlon satli.fncti.rr.!. j-«;enien:-t h- «i!I .?3rd Inst. Iammown rui-. '' .1 Sydney l.r.in,,— era I of thr lu.r»- -(, but tho*. Hti.li ing extra in.l..J llegK-ir. Alml,-... i.i. unit 1'eraiti. 'iiu and us hr »itl .eller than In il- .? beat him. Mi -,| wlltl. He .':-? J iruc Cup. In »l.l :. sell to be seen '-. is Won ul as j-arl llatnstown he nr:*'. ... Is bouu.l lo r;'- r _4i lh» vv.Wj.r oole murl'd tew .ly artuully v-i- lelbourne Cup »ii..r jrne'a previous .--.? - ins Lord CurrfliMn. Posltano has a «i.j .llMi-Cuji. I.or.l i\ir ?Wp. Poseidon ?».? .-th Cups, PusYla'li.i. »as loale.l in I-!':; ime. he Is now :u ..-t actually be in.it .i Metropolitan, has ?*? 'iTrVrurtioT. The -. .iVu:i.i I)i-rb\e!l-' main! KIuk. Wilari, :. Lege.i i«,, c.,,,1. ?by, anil llir. . A.JC. recent n|.|...iiili:». ? 's In Melbii.irn- «:!! :eH In lli.it ii'. ? following from rr. - Die With Hi- Mliin . fni lia.i ...
[?]PICS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912
)PiCS. '''!r rffl^Pfce. but ^i'1' ?nilnclnr. ncali' ?' r^ltf SlelbourT.it. ?- FThere «m '- r'USalnrd al !??''?? t. Sod the ratl«-o i- fiied that i '?'? 'k'ib'kt ninny -'? kpn the -ii-. fAr'plai ????!???? ??'? »e(«ctlo..* - AP: .-.. . .. ' TAKER ?$? ?? ?; :. «IB ? '«* ^ | Ir;;; ??- ? rr.BASK ? 1 ?AP. ,*, ? 1 I King' .'.' '?'? -