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

'~ 3 (i'jfl And «r ?« The - mm Last SariSSS weathcr-o, ISi hour In the ag| thcro was Itjf'I competitor, mi for long :iB| shifted ha. kffij starboard t o -ij nato that sicbzl but seldom, otfl speedily di--- iU How hlsiorrj wiilla 111. cxrij races of the «--| manner, she1!* and, Jtnlglni: Ife pucun. sbcirrtl In the rc-~ fn flog'ot the It.p3 boat took . Id ma'rke'rs or tho her full-anl-bri Shark' Islan'. i«| |t r.ow beear.ia she. howevv« p.m.. when iMl frora I'ctrcl.l I . Toe.latterVj d.iy. and it k£! vessel held hel coporl.illy on, * foul tide. . Hoi tho hod SralA well earned. LI The «-Vlcf« nnrlfr bpr fino.-S up.toexpectattd bluff old ThelW though roundliia hind Snyonaraa Fort Dcnl»on.;5! bad to glre fib she brought u* 9.1. SS. there »M great ex-Victofe Nnthlni; corfti the limit craffl on Saturday t| light sou'-kcA [ram me oppg.1 the race, anal It was a trej Australian and some of the oa blbltlon or ufl Island, and ei their rivals. 1 very protractel than that at 1*1 became cvldcPl br...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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To-day's Racing Programme. RACING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

To-day's Racing Programme. Rinun trjin. —ill Ir.i.r iVnlwl IIjII.j. sutioi. j. follow : 11 J.lli. Chor...... r.'.O, 12.22, mil, |2..',1, 1:.:... l.S. anil 1.10 |i.rn. V.lt.C. 'prins Mrrtins.-rlr.'. rare, 1 p.m.: C. U. Ki-her I'Nie, .i.aii |..m. WARWICK FARM RACES. SATl'RDAV. NOVEMBER 0. Jl-.MPERS- FLAT RACK. (To .tart .1 ;.1« ,...n.) A lu..'li. .:. ,.', ;-, .«.; -n..u,\ ill-r-o in ».... n...| il.lr.: hone .1 *u». (t-m tin- T.ri/.. For VI lifrM-4 tlwt lu»f c*.mti.lr.t in ...iv liitntlf nitv or »trrplt-4i«M-. .I.Hk.-t. i.||.rr liji. 'I..™- hi,., luiv,. ii.ll... In il.rre O! ni'rf li.inll^ rjrc- »r ^itrpIrihjH^ to urn* Till iielulty. l.onnl nrli-1,1. V-l. I :..llu 4IkI 3 lurfun^. II;. T. Imnwt1. ,h r I.Kn'IS IMMI, j«nl ..II I Mi. i. I', si.jk.-- I. ,,r !.t g fl.NAnx WIIKKI., Mr* Tl.' Vj.' *w i 1%.,'ti'-. 'i»i 's VlO\ iVl-KX.'ijiVl '.', '.'. Ill 5 Mi. r. llrl.ln.-. I, s II.M.IMUSK, 5jt» ? Ill tt Mr. .1. I1. Million'^ I. s I'l.lVKN/.A. (Ijr. ? 10 7 Mr. i:. a.i««i.'. i,ik »? (i.n.v.. jci-...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS. WARWICK FARM RACES. (BY "PILOT") JUMPERS' FLAT RACE [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ? — ——?—«* ? j WARWICK FARM RACES. (By 'PILOT.') JUMl'KKS' FLAT mm . I RUTTEtl ? , Hallmark ? ? 1 Ollvenza ? V. '.'. II I 1XY1N0 HANDICAP ? MULPOni) ? . Salnrlno ? ? i Appearance ? I.' .' ]] ][ t FARM STAKES : LORD E.MLY ? ' ? , The Soother ? ,'* t, Bor nine ? I,* II I* 3 XURSERV STAKES : BREOVAN ? , nolil Olfi ? '. ? „ ITId.. of 1-anrni.ler ? '/. \] ~3 : WARWICK HANDICAP : I1ARL0W ? . I ' Stralhrnyale ? ' i LIVERPOOL WELTER:' LADY MALSTER ? 1 Memeret ? i Mnlheur ? Z SATURDAY, NOVEMBER D. JUMPERS' FLAT HACK : HALLMARK .. 1 Ollvenza ... ? Phobos ? I'. ? J TRUXTON^'^^''1 ' ' , Mnlfnrd ? J wild we»t .. .. ....'.' .' ,v ;; 3 , DR0M0REPAnMSTAKES: ? , Boy Blue .. ? n Lord Emly .. ..'..'.'I. '.'. '/. V. '.'. 3 NURSERY STAKES : COLD GIFT .. | Chid ? .'. ? A Pompn ? ....'..'.'.'.'.' .'I 3 WARWICK HANDICAP : nBLORHJM . i Barlow ? '. *;_ '; ?' '_ ' ' i Tn00N..UVERi;00L'MILE;' '' ' Bellnrn ? ?* i Renlorh .. .. .'. '.'. V. V. '.'. '.'. II II 3

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

HAVE YOU A STIFF LEG ?'£T A 1/6 TUBE CONCENTBATED HUMAN EMBEOCATION AND THEN YOU WILL BE RIGHT.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET. [?] v WEST [?]LIA. FOR A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

?JCKET. POR 'A DAY. Me^Soutli Wai. .. tho Sydney CrIH t unBt to pl.17 on :if ava-»nqlhcr Insp... :h«j:'f»ct that a RQ,.(| thV- jnoauilme, ih^ Tblij.atart was th- .1 1 nooi '

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ATHLETIC GOSSIP THE "DUNN CHALLENGE SHIELD" MEETING. GOSSIP OF THE FIRST DAY'S SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

ATHLET5C GOSSIP | ^ © Br 'MCntor.- ' ? I THE 'DUNN CHALLENGE SHIELD' MEETING. oossir'op thi: first day's sport. ; The third anr.ual racrofMnrn track ami lleld championship pam-i— .ml . lub premiership— under the nusplte., of ihe N.S. Wales Amateur Athletic AKSoclMton. . omni- need on the Sydney Spcrts Ground las' Saturday afternoon, had In vorubl' weathcr-ni-. If somewhat muggy. The tracks were In gool order. I ut what wind there was was rgalnst the tprlnn i,-, hurdlers. Jumper.! nnd vaultcrs. Th: efnchlr. may be compli mented on the way they put the meeting tbroush. . The. attendance was poor, nnd It Is hard lo account for tbib. although when club members don't roll1 up lo any extent oco cannot wonder at the public staying away. With no afternoon tea fer the ladles nnd no music, alTalrs were pretty dat, except when aorac stirring finish was In evidence— but I un drrstand that a band has been secured for this afternoon, and that refreshments will bo ob tainable, too. The racing was ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE THEATRE THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

[?] BY 'BOZ.' THE THEATRC5. IIKR MAJKSTVS.-'Tnr Quaker I. ill.1 TIIEATRK miVVI.. 'llrti llur.' I'ltlTKItlON. — --^trti. J. ml.' AllKl.l'ltl.-1 At lril.pl,' Ircrk.' r.\LACH-'The ln-rcn Tic.' THE VARIETY THEATRES. TIIF. TIVOLI.— ArrmM dc Bicre. NATIONAL AMI'llirilKATItK.-Vinlct F.Ilck. I'RlNCKss.— Vaudt\lllu Knifrulnfra. MUSICAL, COMEDV. In ihc newly dceortSed Her Majcsty'n the Williamson Royal Coailu Opera Company is pleasing the public wl:h a revival of 'The Quaker Girl.' Miss Grace Palotta as Madame Blum, the lively dressmaker, no1,.- divides honors with Miss Dlanchc nrn.ne who Is In the princi pal part as Prudence. The 'padding' Includes two danres— one by Mlsn Vera Pearco and Mr. Les lie Holland, the other by Minn Ivy Schilling and Mr. Fred Italic. Having turned Japanese wrestling Into nhat l» called by courtesy u dance, the. Ingenlou.i Mr. Leslie should now see what he can do with hoxing ret to music. Elaborate footwork might be Introduced which It urns. For the present 'Ju*nt--...

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JACK DONALDSON, WORLD'S CHAMPION RUNNER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

.JACK DONALDSON. WORLD'S CHAMPION RUNNER. (BY H. Q. KEARTLAND. MANAGER-TRAINER OF R. E. WALKER.) The present year of grace Is dc3tlncd to ja long remembered by those intercstc-1 lu atii letlcs. for wo hope that in the future ihc vc.tr 1312 .will mark the proper understanding of* the Olympic movement and Us necessities ; wbll.t, also, it cannot be gainsaid that thi- present sei son Is one remarkable for the b'innk In pMct triarjlsm proper. For dome time pau; the li'o c! professional running In Englind has bivn somewhat precarious. At ll.-jes 'jig nen-» others to court It, only lo meet with a iliprc.js Ins failure. Durlns the pant year, however.' there have been more big handicap d-iid-,1 than one can remember off-hand, whll,' not only this, but the sport and the quality uf the rim-' nlng have aleo Improved In a degree that I001.V good for the future of the rport. I THE THREE GREAT COLONIALS. I Without doubt, however, the featur,- of this year's professional running that will bo r.*.*...

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ENGLISH WALKER TARTE. RULED OUT, AND "NO REASON GIVEN." (To the Editor "Saturday Referee and Arrow") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

ENGLISH WALKER TARTE. Rl'I.ED OUT. AXD 'SO REASON GIVES'.' (To the Editor 'Saturda- Referee and Arrow'! Sir.-Klndlv allow me „ small space In your valuable paper to complain of the treatment niried out to me since Joining the A. A. A. A* ?'« will remember, I walked on Elsht-hnur Hay. and the Judge parsed the comment that I 'wnlked very fair, and with good r.tyle.' Wh-3 walking at Ihe East Sydney'!, sports, t »galn nn the Sydney Sports Ground, last Satur day, I was fetched off when only 10 or 15 yards from the winning-post, nnd again 'no reason My opinion of giving a new-comer a chance In walking sports Is net Improving, and I am be ginning to wonder whether Mr. Coombea uava the first plare to me on Elght-h'-tir Day. I shall be glad to k::ow, sir. whether one Judge's f!ei-lFlnn Is taken, or are the other Judges sim ply looking on ?— Yours, etc.. — W. TARTE. [Tho r.n.iwer lo Mr. Tarte's query Is easily Klven— Each Judge acts on his own Initiative and responsibility. In this rountry Ju...

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

FOR the small sum of Five Shillings you may have 'The Globe' sent post free to your address for one year. Write now -to the office, 136 Castle reagh St., Sydney. 'The Globe' is a good present to make to a friend. Provide name and address and five shillings, and we will forward the paper to the friend (with your com pliments) for a- whole year.

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OLYMPIC CREW TOPICS. LONDON COMMENT ON THE AUSTRALIAN INTERVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

OLYMPIC CREW TOPICS. LONDON COMMENT ON THE AUSTRALIAN INTERVIEWS. The London newspapers by the latest mall contain the cabled report of tne interviews wilts ?Mr W. J. Middlcton. The 'Daily Mall' gives special attention to the matter. It cabled lo the Australian coach at the time, asking him If the statements attributed to him In thl Interview were correct. Mr. Mlddleton's reply w.is : 'Acknowlndco correctness of Lcandcr Id torvlew In Sydney daily papers.' be directed to the London l'reS3, the writers iucludlnj; Gordon Infills and Stanley Doust.' whe letters generally were very critical. The rc plnk seeks was taken very seriously by somo of the critics. However, out* understands tcit Mr. Mlddleton disclaims any reference by Ilia to the color of the hosiery worn by the men ol Liander. That part of the mailer Is all very The followinK letter, signed 'Dlnso Bill.' to the 'Dally Mail' Is one of the most lempcr ojrsmcn received al Henley. In which the King iind Queen themselves Joined, mu...

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

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

CYCLING NOTES ® By -OLUE STHEA.Pt- © * The amateur track -.c13r.11 will commence In i earnest nn Monday rvonfnc, when the Redfern I Club Is to pronnle thr- llrst night carnival -ot tho Sportn Ground. An event which has attracted more attention to nmiteur cycling than nny other lor many yearn rant will b' Included In Iho programme, vli.. the hour team*' rnro. . There was a great i rush of team* to enter, and the following twelve j nominations have been accepted by the Cyclists' j Union'! Executive :— C llurtln.haiv and I). Kirk, C. II. CuuliSe «r.d T. O'llalloraii. A. ilrrX anil H N. Cannon, II. Jl. ?'. Adam, and A. K. (lark. ,\. .M. and A. 1'. Taylor, F. '!. Ilronk an,l R. li. Clark, C. C. llnoper and SI. felwonliy. H. V. .Speller and It. r. filUfoid, .1. J. PltUway and n. J. I'urtrr. U. .SrhotlrlJ anil J. WinCim. II. V.. Withe* and C. .1. Ciilcllffr. W. Wyllr and K. IVirh. rmrrirrn'r';7T:.- pink''iril't'«'. I'cileniin.' V. J. l'it-- gitbftn and It K. (toldArd. it. l.yoti and II. (-...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SAILING HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

SAILING HANDICAPS. ? The St. Ui-or.iv 1 lul\ i.f llotjnv. vjil li.iuiliraiia IT i£' ai'la.'V.l!..«':-Il'Srn.''' ll..tjli'j'°'s. Cjf'r'ct'),' :mhi work, 4i,,h, IcjI: Ic.-ic c«'. l.cnnr.lv]. .1. I; St. i;«irsc (K. Krfdiel. -', 1!: Kucliie 111. Sliamblerl. 3. li; Svdiuy '.II. Colhil. :!'. I: Our O»n («. l-arccl), s;, 1; AuiNie (U. Wi'ttunll. 11. 1; htclU I\V. IXhikIjv. I). I: llrnc («'. lliim-jn). -.t. «T. SkiD- : Jljtli (II. I'olvt'll), Oniin wort., if'ti'lu Ic.itl; ThniOi (('. SLinlniry ), '-';' Al'voiu (W.' Guntl.rr). ' t. 'j; llw.v ((J. C'oorwrJ,' 4', ?J; Olnnpic (II Parr). I. I; Tnj.int l\v. VcUal). 1, .it; ptiUtie (t*. Kirkl'.v). I, n-i ; IWnlc IE. Taltxjw, »tr, tct; Tlie Syilnrv l-in^v billing Club lundicjp.^ to-dar ar-: .. lolloi. :— 10(1 : ll--ia 1 11. llarr-), «-:r; WariUh (J. MurrJ%'l.'l!i:°'ro-niiialkr If'. Pcthtiridc'e).' J j';' 't u7t VJ 1 i J ? I1. OilMl. 3J; Klu.1 ili. UickMOud), 3J: Katcllc IJ. Mi-'i'.njldl. 4. nit: Tliclnu III. Collimi. ar; Edm i^;. l'nl!in£). Jniln; ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 9 November 1912

MOTORING. The annual meeting of the Automobile Club of Ausfrnlia Is to take place on the last Thurs ' day In the present munih. Ivor Munro and P. Powers, the former of whom I Is a holdi-r of a uorl-l'o record on a bicycle. | ' haviDK ridden from Warnambnol to Melbourne i (165 miles) lu 7hr. limln. Msec, a few yearn ago, havL. recently been in Sydney, having Just returned from a tour around the world, travcl I hue larKi'ty on a rr.oior-cycie. i ncy nom nut I tlie name machine. :iu English built 3- h.p.. I one driving It. and the other occupying a tetn I porary tandem neat nn the carrier. They left j on a leisurely trip to .Melbourne a few days nso. still riding tandem or. as Jlunro t.Tins it. ['double ilouki-y.' and Munro intends very I shortly making an attack on J. !?:. Yce's Mel- : bouruo to Sydney retard. 31hr. rjmln.

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VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

YICTOIUA PABK. Thurjdjj'. Thi hurdle* were out 13 yards on the middle grass tjaek. Bon Friteo rsn six furlongs in 1.20}, and then vent oa for a further three furlong* at a good pace. L^pta clipped over half-a-mile nicely in alsee. Mutilator worked steadily. Yavau covered fl-e furlongs In 1.6}, and Cool Air went 4 furlong further in 1.20). On the extreme r.uMde of the course proper Electric Wire galloped icten furloitgs in 1.36. On the tan La Bonne ran dovn three ftirlons-s in t0b«c. Sabella beat Contrire over half-a-nule in o^i*e?. Dellara, Master Fiarua, Kllngamite, Pan Oyt. Wallingford, Jack Hlnton, Bonr.ie Ben, Yalmia, Yarrum. Bir Howard, Fair Alice, Selhrook, Mertl, Barlow. Oli , venzt, Potnpfrey, and Lady Mal*ter all worked steadily.

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CRICKET FIXTURES. New South Wales v. Western Australia, at the Sydney Cricket Ground. W. G. French and J. A. Turnbull, THE GRADE COMPETITIONS. [?]- November 9 and 1[?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

CRICKET FIXTURES. New .ciuth Wales v. Weatern Australia, at the Sydney Cricket (jiourd. W. -?. 1'rench and J. A. Turnhull. HIE CRADi: COMPETITION'S. E '.ir.h Round-' Noveniticr 9 and 16 Fim t.rad; --M. Ilarh'-r v. Sidney, Manlt, C. \\. ?tsugh «rd A. I . .lories; Wjvrrlcv v. Reilfern. Waveney -0.1, U. IE Mitibetl and A. P.' Milium'; C. Cnnitic. -nd t. !'ni»i p-ii- , paramatta, W. J. Warlrr Jnd »'? l-t(ng: iJorrtu, X. N. sjdn?», that*woM, W. Cumu ,nd U. Smith; Clibr V. Petersham, Wentnortli Park, A. Liira* an 4 I. Nich»M»; Kur«»ool v. Balmaln, St. J « *? J.1' S!- and J. Casey ; Paddington tbye) v. Dr. n'JUraV t^-»m, s*-dney C. tlr'ound No. 2. ... ^r.'1 'Jr.ido.— St. (ieorgc v. c. Cumberland, Hurst* *ille, I. c;. UiU»n and Humpaee; Svdne* v. I^lch* hardt, R'ii hritttrr» Bay. F, M. Datla and Rev. O. Berry; Redtrrn t. Wawrtf). Rntfern, W. H.- C. Datia anil ll. Jrycv; fUlmain v. Prteriham, lUlmaiit No. I, J. Cojlc and H. Kirkht ; tUr.dwIrlc v. Psddincton, Randwlck, J. C. Gairrn .md J. E. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

ON THE TRACK. R-VND^TICK. Thundjr. A few ipecul gallop# were run eo the 'magpie' gnu trick. lrl»iunaa eullv ran six furlong* in 1.23j. A furlong further distance waa cot over hy RuberuU ui 1.31. Prince of Arragoa aad Mordkin ran four furloap ia iiiec. On the tan trac^ Ro»-al Men* beat Silarico a length oter nx furlonga in 1.-0. Laurtntine spurted five iur» p.r.gi in 1.0}. Halirmrk nn round in 2.1*2, and Jacamar -purted at the end of useful »erk. ElUir ran five Jur long* in fair time, acd Flaxen put in a Strang mile. Boa Vn-ant ran »ix iurlor.g* in 1.S2. Fugoe spurted, and belie beat Breovan over haif-a-mile In 52sec. Se^uaxioui ran iix furloags in 1.24. Msrlee vent' steadily, and Kentuckr Girl ran five furlongs In 1.10. Eaiy Money put up Lf) for a like trip. Odxst ran a strong task, and levenl others did my work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

LAWN TENNIS. - EDGAR J, EICE. l«ronTi:it OF LAWN' TKNNIS ItFOItmnrc tL.UL.NCKI:. AVltKv, M'ALD I\0 k Di^B MArrPM. I.ACK::T3 11 l:!'A [,lt.L- AND iit9.an(l-'a.CCEI3- (.r-un,) t'isor, ):.rjlUbV IlullJine«, ? _ 1 U'i Jm\ ? UEOBOL SMEET. | For Saturday's Sport Reports ' f . and criticisms by Sport Expats |

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