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

The PILGHERS COME, WRITE, OR WIRE TO KENSINGTON TO-DAY DOING BUSINESS ON* ALL RACES AT I ROSEHILL and WALLSEND.

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 — 16 November 1912

C0RRF.r,r0M)ENIS ARF. REQUC3TCD TO NOTF. rHAT TO ENSURE PUBLlCATJON LETTERS TO 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' 8HOULO FIEACH THE C^FICE ON .

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 — 16 November 1912

moorefield/Saces SATURDAY, NOVEM&CR 30, 1912 THE FLYING HANDICAP, cf 1-X- iovj., 0 furloa-j. THE KOUAUAH STAKES, oi 1'j to..-., 1 nv.ie. * ' THE STEWARDS _M1LK. a hjudicjj, ui l mile. THE JUVENILE STAKES, 0/ ICO tovi.. i furlonct. ! b,-ccj.»l weights. ? THE MOORLF1ELD HANDICAP, of !C0 lovs mile THE U-ELTER IHNDICAP, of lt-0 »ov,.. C furlcnsi. Loweii weight, 'lb. ENTRIES CLOSE on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Fcr further pirticuliri ic: programmu, ENTRANCE FEE FOR EACH RACE, 19,'. J. LAUROIK. £e:retiry Moarefield ItjcecourK Pd ?PhoB., u Ci:,-. U Ctkroju',;;,:,. Bathurst Pony facing Ctab. FIRST MEETING — if^INQ DAY. BATIILUST IUtfji-junS!;. HANDICAP, u.2 At ,, . 0 2 WW. Inn, prit. II (I rut.on, o . ; no accenume. 1 THLAL STAKES, fcr ill henej i-Ji have n*i tr r--«ivM 10 t©vB. m pme mcin-v ; u.-j ,„j under . c, j0 y,V, 1 ?ut°o'n Pr'C' ' '1 unirr ; 10 „„ : . ,c - !0V-- ,rom I'''- I luihuji. .Villi, rution. o ; no aecentancr. K.',N\ jy B IIA.VD1VAP. ii.j jnJ ui:Ifr ; II CONMJMTIOX HANDICA...

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 — 16 November 1912

BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION : 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET Fi-e Poor* from Liverpool fctreet. Penny Tram 10 Doi-r. tw., the nd .por, viSSbS^MifnMAT VSrta 6JS i^«ry Ul!ll*r(l!«t « f note coinii y t- Sydney. 25 TABLES ADVERTISING n.Oull— h Tablei. ffbers » pame coita jiracticjlly oj. per 100. ^Yby pay 1 /? lor xtlul jou con Kct for Cd. BTANDAHD TAI1I.K FLOOR — S TABLES. ! Including (icfrpe Cuv Table. l/« per 100. I 0 rrVE JIAG.VinrKNT PIUVATE ROOMS, I Fitted with 200 guir.ra Table*, ltate, 3/- per hour foi 1 fair cr pwty. SPECIAL FEATURE. — Tournamanta conducted for ' patron# (araateur) every month, iI0/6/» pntta (by 1 Ar.ju« *cd Coouj, and Special I'rixes (old Orkney Co.). ( Tuition by Mr. Ar.drcoli In prlyat^ rooma *t rvaaooabU

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GREY DOG. An Australian Dingo Hunt [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

THE GREY DOG. An Australian Dingo Hunt (By F. F. ELSIES In tho 'Illustrated Sporting and Hnnatij News.') White man. Ida. k hoy, and bkick dog. Mnni- i lag on the verandah of the Berrlmlto homestead | In tho dawn, were all veil worth looking *t. a»» | perfect types of their kind. Toil Kaymon sbowed six feet of well-knit, bronzed Australian manhood, with the determined. self-reliant look that comes Into a man's fa- e who live* la a *Uo new world, finding hla way across desert Cr Dlaln by sun nn«l fltarii. who rides unbroken horses, and who seems nt one with all that in iHicct, fearlew, and self-reliant. Snowy, tho I leek boy. a slip of a thing, with lithe, graceful, «ankc*Hko body and shining teeth and eyes. Leander, tbc kangaroo-do?, a big. powerful beast, with broad, deep chest, tbc sinews of a gymnast and ribs like Damascus steal. His smooth, aatlny skin was scarred In many places, tokens of fierce lights. It was he who had run ; down and killed the big rmu. He had tacklol j m\ny a...

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 — 16 November 1912

^^»OUPON FROM j TO THEM NOW! ?P'FINALS' i running in HbE GLOBE' | ^^^|upon from 'The Globe!'

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 — 16 November 1912

f A CHANCE OF A SMALL | t FORTUNE | £ AWAITS AW SI'mtT WUO WIIX I.KAVE IllS X j CASH lOlt A SL'IT AT 4 | The Eastern Suburbs TAILORS*. | f PEROUSE ROAD, RANDWICK. 4 ❖ COUNTRY CLIENTS rilOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. i X , Pattern*, T»r*. »r.d EcH-Meaiure Forms x X dcipatched'per return mail. T ♦ THIS OFFER O.VLY OPEN FOR A FEW WEEKS. ♦ i \V A. nOLZlOAL, Manager. T

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLYN[?] Or, THE LI[?] BY MADGE BAR[?] CHAPTER XII—THE RIFT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

FLYNlh Or, THE LI'— BY MADGE BAR* i: 'r'ln I ido and cf tlii'' J nut th. i .-us' of; to 1 1ll.* ; ? ! r hall ; liarl that I chapter xii. -Tin: rift vp Reluctant to rim; down the curtl ^ }?» ' fi'pb-al ritwardship until clrcumili ?? i t i|c-| him, Erie resumed his morula !.!?- mtxtrcK n. ? ? ? hor InatruB-: hoMrr I)., th.- morniiii: «.? v. rilf of. Flf b- mm.T parlor, iii.iktuv: faces nt lB ^n| ('1' li - tit columni. -?: a .pillar Londi '' 'hf lie ciilcr. .1 I'll.- r fenturi ^ ^ i 'u-ivs h ' -1 re. our- - to a tllcliomfl ? 11 ln 4,1 I, »aj» H...I r' ''ir. ; ir.-rtls- - .liu tiiiK bcr . itrr.-^i'i'ii... n- c- «'| v. lope on the c? !° J ollk- v! thr ii..»!.jMj.cr. I lie Ink VJ Since th,.. Klicy -'?' '»-? tad icj : ployer :in*t «-iui»loyi-.!. both colt ^ ril of vJ'4'- ' an 1 HorrJ£ ''rawlnK a she bald, a snap in her voice, ho: ?« ln& ing ln\oiuntarily tfl the cuvolopo | u; I..T 'I'm- had a -a l'l-- ot a m- '?J might «;iH la th.- hall till y« «ut a few ??Th'-n I'll h..ve to Join ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S[?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

Sty M Another CJld -with « J. Every y**-*r* fit&rt to r p'.ng.ont xrevious v.-rj* horison of mount hi?h 'Young ln;ln-M la things tfwinjc is la :b»' tieed have r prestige. c\ 1 andiCecil H«'l 1 r.'be lost t ' Lo ngwurt | season, '.n i : Way. 1 ,'lnMeUiniir and - t:'!- - v 1 ?Still, l ?v: mind. ' I'i-J ?thirg. calls for .. i thoug 'and -whr' « ? lt£nH . Hnrvll H..rwMclgl ▼ie-w conipc. ?- '°i/p'.r: ln°a i»Ul«S Bothlr.j n'CTi'. bot'linlnd tr 'himself a ere the m v.-. 1^1 ^ Cecil II'. h lr Ml ?audflenlv. 1 §iSj|pl .Hey sport p';,? ||3m standing. 1 1 1 §g|*y headed old ra'j] there's lire. 6g|fJ ' '.Harold Chr 1 'hundred'' a * .rntit with p'-'-M '?Western *T lime marked j K Drummoyne i Australasian '?Nto .less'«thai. 'awlmmlng fixt-iro ' The- South '^111 decide' a' Domain, on W^sa Do R.Vflnal' aW than Limericks vf . it'-eo*s-Jnto 44 'read to ^ «(Tonro f I i*

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] CUP PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

[?] trlcks.,wa- ? ; ? ' used.Aia^ ?? AL(T|(ma-th»- Mtlbouma C&u- Uns^kw' 'V l«'t iJfee-inter-State match.' suSfl^ * ! ? lid&t that N. E. Brookt-s ? 1 as ho ever was, and - trunk i,» heateu by any pit iwSn^ « .!? ' ? on their rocorV aridlkil' team can hop to JliSSi'-' , ? ,or »h« tosk l« lonn. an-i Is. Th„ -' la ? ; OM at ChriMchurc^^H^I »-?« l'oSfVoli'.' TiS-- '.!mSS*-«P«Utlo„ of ihrccH^H Sro^ru . 18 '«« 'c l.tay „„ pla-.-K) in »° ln- -''? ribbon '.tljroiiBl. a h 'JKuK lc .. . 0 weapon-Bnd.hcU i' a-J *ne. iiiQsionlst «i « If he Inajsted on hn« mirid/; -he odded. dldjOlof'a flash aiidffj

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAL[?] OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

[?] OF 4m i on gangWaf^^^^H and wclcotriaH^^^^H to Then tlvcff this the The - them band waratub^^B^^H only a martlai^^^^H along receptloa.^^^^H a people,' pay cardl^^^^H Australia during' only lady|^^^^| manager's selves, wfc^HH Tho where* welcomlnsS^^^H of the glo Rosa^ proved limited a plunge lV|^H tracks tor in the brief sojotdj^^^H 'BEST THAT There haYjH^H| from the this Ls the 2«HH seat espcclfnfl^H national cojIShH from New tours, and lablcs, swepf^^H foreign shonHH known as T-J&sgfl cord will be? of tbeir pre*?! captain of tlJf tbe Waratah:| bailers that 'I may smile.—'! Palmer fereo com\ .sl gcr Bohrs-^cl view to s(«Jfl Warntah tho local New South render the 7i qualified tq ( he Is reckouw In Austral!-}'. 1 Tho vis iti't ti the Part St and afterwfg notmco - the duty ogalheTj eluded In u veteran xnerl: arc said to I : they exhibit* years ago. B. Carroll, a j 'THEIR TIC - Some.aurpr tain gayo. ou raen, as th?} fitting Anstniii weight ot the I averages ISSlt. . mark .of...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

»?itESENT, hapd as though it l'^W|B|rcrlcket Association hr.s The trunks were K-»3fetDU&t lost by the Asr t tho -out6r two wer-» the Western Ai:» cuce/^ratched, with tnHH&koa&a that tho'Vlsitors locktog-of tho thkrd.j{9Bt&.^™z& tb^ . Sydnoy out 'sprang the lo.dy|aHP -*r-T. BtlU attached JQBBvV/ prf«tetf appeur.iriiw|^ffi?^. uttered- la honor oC tMg^i,-' paratlve sjlonce .filep chccrfuJIy c0:nW^l'

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 — 16 November 1912

Tlie Best ! Old ©rlkiiev Whisky. e The purest spring water from the heather-clad hills of Orkney Island is used in the distilling of 'o.o.' . ; .

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]T AND CRICKETERS [?]IANS GOSSIP OF THE HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

m AND CRICKETERS ^^Bians BY 'GULLIVER.' I GOSSIP OF THE HOUR. ble*« half ^^^^HBtordav ^^^^^Hhrough the Sydney be m^Hllcd up fit the much OOP ^^^Hmrlati ^?BH 'W Harold B^HLr is tbc ????/or soiu j^^^Htnder ^^^Hn&son BBB|ucb few i f.-M.rr Chr:' the ^^?^Blcded ''i - ^Hle bowl ^^^Hbfrc ? tlx ?li' oo to ^^^B-owling j^^HH'gucsslrv ^^^Rutzrtcen ?Ha EngiiM: I^^B?&£00, jj^^Hhe I^Hjb the ?HEfloc effor;. ^^Bgid at ra?-!- ^^Hyards, [|^Bt with ^^Htact of but ^H|roQnd field ^Hfiae jjuali iy. ^^Kxn with ?'tHI. ^^Ber, did bo-l ^^?aks he kepi some i ^^?.'ercr Arnou ^^Rllt blm very ?nv« ? a ^H£ho bad MHT^umper Bti B°od crir j^K njme of tha. ?ftSfoagb pfiy Hu them s e 1 v e e . ^?t and Sln^e by Rome ot H%«ot for th.-' ^Ktxmment th-y WMn $4 mlnufw. ^?n 61 mlDutfi. j^H^in flnst-rlae- HHiand powerful ^ ^HJ). and in on-.' i ^?d Innings from ^Hgpt Into aN)u; | ^Hijny strokes |K- drive. nnd :?- ??.ting driven . n mo ft re ^ftj'eome of tho *.?» leftson in ' ^r. ?fc wicket is ?f waa far KTt wic...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

BOWLS AND BOWLERS y BY 'TOUCHER.' Nothing dolnn. Just the same old afternoon's roll-up. and th- all-thc-ycar-round friendly in terrlab match on Saturday, Is the burden of the song of the president, tbe sccrerary, the com mitteeman. and the caretaker, spoken to by the* compiler of these notes in his weekly quest for news. But this Is the usual calm before tho usual all-sall-sct condition of things, lo begin | very shortly. I PREPARING FOR THE SEASON. j Just now greens are being prepared, bowls; are being polhfhcd, programmes «re bclnj; drawn, and other details towards paving the : way arc receiving attention, 1 BOWLERS TALK OF BOWLS AND BOWLING. I 1 was In Melbourne for n week or so, and re turned last Monday. Sitting back on one of the lounges in the vestibule of 'The Grand,' I dozed off a bit, ond enjoyed something of a noonday siesta for u moment or .two, and thought 1 ' drearafd. The atmosphere was bowls. Thrcu or four players— two from Ade laide and two Melbourne — talked of Smi...

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 — 16 November 1912

PFAIHS [jfePat Repilrer of I ptKffar Trurcper'i

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 — 16 November 1912

GOSSIP OF THE RING. (By 'SOLAR-PLEXUS.') That Jimmy Hill defeated Truffier by a long way on Saturday night there is 110 room for doubt, In spite of the hostile reception of the verdict by many. Nevertheless, the winner did not show his true form. In many of his previous contests In this city, Jimmy has always shown great ability a» 'an infighter— not In the methods adopted by some of Ihe American boxers, who hold and hit, but Infighting of a perfectly folr und scientific na ture, in which both hands arc used in punching home clean, hard-hitting blows. The non-success nf the French contingent has caused no end of sympathy to be shown them. This is u very good thing, but it is unfair to our boys to allow It to go too far. For in stance, on Saturday last Hill was. first of all, cautioned by the referee in the usual way against Infighting, and lie refrained from even ouce at tempting to attack his opponent by this means. But for clcrcrly preventing his opponent from indulging in this fo...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET JOTTINGS. AN EVEN CAME AT WENTWORTH PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

CRICKET JOTTINGS. fBy 'RAMBLER.') AN EVEN GAME AT WENTWORTH PARK. As with other grounds, the Wentworth ParK w!?ket was considerably nffeeted by tbe ral'i, and It w\is |atc wh^n a start was nude with th : First Orade game. Then, with the exception of tn«* two moil dashing Glebe batsmen — Normr.n nnd Cotter— none i.f th« local 3lde ?bo»ed up againsl Rough and Scott. Fortune favored the left-hand batsman, b'tt I nevertheless hla trlcket was decidedly goo.l. considering tbe state of the wlrket. Thrice ho j lifted balls from Rough beyond the fence at i Ii::g-on. His favorite strokes v T* the ba k im t nnd a pull to long-on. lr was off a misj- j lilt in attempting tho cut that he lost h'a t wKket. Norman l« the only Glebe batsman who ha* j made double figures on each visit to the wlckeU. Prior to Saturday Rough had obtained three wickets for 223 run's, but his figures now read ♦ i?ht for 262. He would welcome a lew morv I, m! wickets. John Scott was not favored so much by the wicket, and ...

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 — 16 November 1912

tTfESTERN -SUBURBS CRICKET ASSOCIATION. — ** G;ntlemen competent to Officiate ah Umpire* aic requested to fonvard Names to ' .UPWARD.. 4 Uudaoo atrecu-.LtwUhaa. il; Expenses per Match,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR RUGBY TEAM IN AMERICA ACCORDED ROYAL WELCOME AT SAN FRANCISCO-PROCESSION OF FORTY AUTOMOBILES TEAM MAKES FINE IMPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

OUR RUGBY TEAM IN AMERICA ACCORDED ROYAL WELCOME AT SAN FRANCISCO-PROCESSION OF FORTY AUTOMOBILES TEAM MAKES FINE IMPRESSION. . (BY DOUGLAS ERSKINE FOR 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW.') CalUorula took tne Australian football players i to its heart be. ore the Rood ship Moana had I docked. Sincc the boy- have been anions u* j .mc have hat» a chutuc :o :»ho.v what they ia«i do on the football field, and how they can carry | themselves in the whirl of social events pUnnr.i . for Hit if entertainment, the fceHiifc of brothv hied ha.', grown, and as far as 3«n ^Frnnctoco is concerned tho boy* * own the town.' Vheii the Moana was reported heading for tho h?roor the members of tho rcccptlon coju mltteo and the press representative.* icok ad vantage of the use of thi Cu3tom-bousc Ueamcr to get alongside the ocean liner. As soj;i as tho quarantine ofiiccra lud looked over the pas* sengers and had declared the ship free front anv trouble that might bother the health autha* rlfic*. the Ca...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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