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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. TALK OF THEIR TOUR AND CRICKET IN THE WEST. WHAT ARE THEIR SYDNEY HOSTS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN| CRICKETERS. . ? ? ? TALK OF THEIR TOUR AND CRICKET | IN THE WEST. WHAT ARE 1HEIU SYDNEY HOSTS DOING. ; (BY 'RAMBLER.') Mr. H. W. Edraondson, the manager of tbc Western Australian?', anil Mr. Arthur Christian, their star all-round player, chatted very In terestingly of cricket in the West, and of their ciperlenccs on the tour, when I looked him up tbo other 'Jay. Tlwy repented the often ex pressed desire that Western Australia should bo 1 cannot understand why there should have been a' * coy oppofition, ThMr State has groat cricket a) ^ possibilities ; they recognise that a properly «' constituted body !.-» rsscntlul jo th-- 'government SI of the game. and consider that the Inclusion of 31 ' the largest of the States. In a territorial sense. |l would be of sonn- benefit to th.- Hoard as well I J -? as conferring inestimable -idvnnlag--s on Western «t Australian cricket. Hon a belief that they wort 111 antagonistic to the controlling body conld exist 21» - inexplic...

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

[?] [?] -bvaI iilon . 'Yei pert® i*e In U*ck whLJ.jnsh Hli t; Linear the tins ,h » la ti'- h-Vd Wm t he feed -°r foVfHng lor :\ p-fi,ithe sum j of thxtap*' In tiarkably ) 'la . his many celrip tbc - ddU at H w fflowe's . V vc^jr remev'.®0 in Lc^- P^^ dressMd and i who U;^. ' t wuicn scic cnterc®^ In sklllcf or thcV rm* * aBS3®l?est00, BendlgoT^B^^^H^^H E^ery.tfmo . ^(^B^jfcibourac. It was humor oL .It. ? Jpf^yoa^ know in this line ex people, of coui ^m^.in'others. I closed tbls time' I vas acorB.^j j,, Sydney as managing aole ec^f-pln» cjmlae]f ( 0j jamcs Brenaan's hand. P'-J^faestr^.'-. This was a very sue street 'when I ^f^jjj'.'.hutTvhen Mr. Brcnnan float ins Individual, « »p company I considered tht^t . At. th£. same t.it. !ent was not offered mo U nose. LJko a Dir p q lahnchcd out onco more oa . my scarf-pin, «:r a no reason to regret it, slashlns^cut. ac.ict ? ' , ? 7^1 And,'' conclude* Llntctestcd In no fftwcr^thaQ 'I never, saw a fj, shows' In and arormd He must^havo l-Jioj ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AN INSIDE VIEW OF STOCKHOLM'S OLYMPIC ROWING EVENTS. SWEDES ARE GREAT SPORTSMEN, BUT INEXPERIENCED IN ROWING MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

AN INSIDE VIEW OF STOCKHOLM'S OLYMPIC ROWING EVENTS. SWEDES ARE GREAT SPORTSMEN, BUT INEXPERIENCED IN ROWING MATTERS. (BY S. A. MIODLETON, OF THE AUSTRALIAN EIGHT. OAR CREW.) J To Judge the control of Stockholm Olympic i Regatta by Henley standards Is perhaps rntoer 't a hiph order, considering th^ Intt-T functlor ? h.^s been recognised as the world's ? greatest { rowing fixture for year?, and the Swedes have 1 lud lit t)e or no experirn«e In the?e matters; ! but. the pam-- tlm-, it must be borne in | mind thej were managing a world's champlon I ship repatta. big interests were at stake, and crews that hod i ome great distances for the events would expect things to be done well. It would be hard t-» r-.nd a more hospitable Ptople than the £tvrdei . The ofTlri^ls wera oblig ing nnd untiring In thHr efforts to rj-» the right thirty— hut they br.dn't th« knowlrrjgo which ? onies of experlcLce, and that's -11 there Js to it. WKONG COURSE .SELECTED. Perluips th? biggest mistake made in t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SHORT STORY. THE DIAMOND NECKLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

SHORT STORY. THE DIAMOND NECKLACE. The fifth wnl'-z was i-n*. »-ndi:-.g when « shrill fleronm rang through th' b.ill:«-otn. For fcosie moments tho dancing wnt m:i. Those ®t tli»f cxtrftnt* end of the room del not take much nctlcc. Tho music, th? t.iH.»rie. the laughter, the Httiahlne of ollk skirt*, ar.d the curious whirring acund which ratr.e from the contact of leather coir* with the hi«hly-un.\cd floor. coinhlncd to take the iih.irn edp^ off tbe cry. The dancers went on whirling round the room. Then, with dramatic tuddcQncas. there came u lull. The music ceased abruptly. It wa» Juat aa If tho orchestra had been rxtingulshed by toeing swallowed up through a trap-door lo the floor. The result was curious. Tho v;altz bwkc up. Tho dancing came to an end. There was a certain amount of con fusion. Groups formed In eorncrs. Seme of the women laughed hysterically. 'What's up ?'* usked St. Clair Hamilton. 'Band broken down ?' ? Or Rono on strike ?' Old Major Goggles guffawed at his wittic...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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V.A.T.C RACES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16. KASOUKA HERDLL—: [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

V.A.T.C. RACES, MTURDAY, NOVl^IBER 16. KASOl'KA HURDLE-2 milc- At jard*. PaUano ? 1J 3 Rnute ? 1-* Contintunte ? Ii ;t llrown Ilird ? ?' ? Huj»l ? 11 7 M-.Itr.i- Cro-i ? a ' Iln'j IIHder ? 11 7 JI-- 1 I'miic ? a \Vin;irar» ? II 1 cim.iucr ? » ' FlddlfHrin; ? 11 1 Wrcnoltih ? !' ' lljrVth ? in li ttlri.ljll ? an Jlfttewynd .. .. .. l»i I 1'j.wkl .. .. .. .. 'J 0 l'rince Gnlton .. .. 9 13 Mu* Dawn ? 0 0 STANSMORE TUO-YEAIUOLD-O furlcns». Eubulus * ? ^90 Noir Croix .. .. .. J ® Ordinal .. ,, .. A 0 -;allantrj' ? ? 7 y Myrica ? ? J l^dy Moolun ^ Andelosla .. .. ....6 1 Din Forget ? ? J blnglrstlck ? 7 11 Mary Canntehael .. « ?» Oorrjeum .. .. .. .. 7 11 l'omo»a .. ? ? ? ^ (Alher ? 7 11 ? ? ? C«ek of the North .. 7 11 Mint Sauce ? ? 3 Malbrook ? 7 9 Mis. Pat ? .3 PlstoIlfT ? 7 9 Ituln Btiln ...... i 3 ' Onater .. .. .. 7 9 Scotch Plaid .,..71; l.vnareh ? 7 7 PoppcU ? 6 13 \enetlsn King .... 7 7 Qualr Bum .. .. ?* «J -J hotland*:' Ilero .... 7 7 Poilllpo ? d 11 TtamonUnta .. .... 7 7 Shed...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROSEHILL RACES SATURDAY. NOVEMBER [?]. DUNDAS HANDICAP. (To start at 2.15 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

ROSEHILL RACES SATURDAY, NOVEMBER H. DUNDAS HANDICAP. (To #turt 4t p.m.) Of »ovji; «ee3!nl fcor»r 10 tmi front the priv* Thf «mrer ef any nartdinip tt*t rare after the deeUratteB of v.-i;ht« t«» rJT* J'll- rxlr^; cf two or m?rc hattl: ca|». 1 lib r.\trj. 7 furlongs. .Mr. C-o. (;iltx-rt- di Ii MANPrttVA, «vr» ? $ )!:.* P. W. 1iorin'« .h c Ml^tV |,\», &*n ? * ' Mr. T. Pwnir*. ih z AMIIIY. :»*n ? S - Mr. ? U«iic Knm-»tV' Mk h ItoV.M, MKItV, 5yr» ^ « Mr. \V. Hn:nto«ri |i ; AZt'ltlTK, hn ? - I -lr. «J. M. l^tn^'s «h in I.AHY MAI^TKK. aged S 0 Mr. W. .tobrtan's It e MMM'KNK, ? 7 10 Mr. W. A. lbM«* ch h I.OltM ?1YIII.A. iffl .... 7 J Mr. A. Cnlhn''. '.»i t, lUI MOX KING, «yn» .. .. 7 ^ Mrnn. S. It-.-rtfoftl and J. ltamr»* b g 1J0X W-. V. Wrflkrr'* th'~ iViJh* AlVl. irra .. .. 7 * Mr. W. K. !U»tt«-nl|V l-r z MAtJICl'H, -)r» .... 7 1 Mr. K. I. SunteiS h i« HII.MK\r-OS, 4yr* .... 7 1 Mr. V. Tonkin'# I. h PAIIATA, :.»r* ? 7 '» Mr-. P. I.e-uMrd'# b t « OUdNATA. ? ? ?» u' Mr. ?. ttiilum....

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING WORLD THE IRISHMAN AS A FIGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

BOXING WORLD BY/'RIGHTCROSS THE IRISHMAN AS v FintiTER. 'Giro mo French officers and Irish Midlers and I'll faro the world.' Napoleon 1b suld to have remarked when he was Napoleon thr Groat. And thr ron of Erin merited thr com pliment lo his bravery, his endurauc', and his fighting power. What Napoleon saw In tho Irish on the battlefield. tbe world has seen in men nf that descent in the boxing ring for yei.rs and years past. Indeed ho much wan the r»*lt looked for where pugilism had a place that If ihe name of the man's extraction suggested a doubt regarding his Hibernian origin. rportlng writers and other people who Intcrcs.ed them- , Helves In the game would go to tho trouble of searching back until satisfied they had reached the start of the right blood. I remem ber well my yoke mate. 'The Amateur' of the 'Referee.' busying himself that way con- , corning the bis Dutchman Plneke, who fought Queensland's plant. Pick Barker, In Sydney | feme seventeen yearn ago, and announcing triu...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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KENSINGTON RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16. NOVICE HANDICAP—[?] furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

KENSINGTON RACES. SATURDAY, NOYEilDER Ifi. NOVICE HANDICAP—^ furlonc*. r. !b f- lb Ncrth Star (1. M.F.l « JO Flarinda ? 7 0 Sheffield ? * 9 Mtmc«y ? 1 9 ijdv Sydrev ? 8 6 (5un»ale .. .. .. .. « f Proro ? ?» A Sir Coolie ? ? Itlark Pet ? - * Sir Kenley ? 7 » Halvtrt ? 8 2 Mimo ? J f fiterlight ? H » .Vara ? ^ ; lady Mirillo ? * O .Vumbla ? * ' Sairtie V. ? 7 13 Mcttntain Teer .... 7 « Tanotfaea ? 7 11 Matter ilawtboro ..7 7 Kenan ? 7 II Dalette ? ? ' Oti Sweep .. .. 7 11 tjuick Mareh .. .. - ' Reoaev ? 7 It Adeline .. ? ? 7 7 MUi sheriff ? 7 11 Rio Or* ode ? 7 7 ffappr Kit ? 7 11 SVge Girl ? 7 7 H01V 'Alpine ? 7 10 Mima ? 7 7 l.upiltte ? 7 10 Jackootr ? 7 7 Tomrat ? 7 10 Lady Menr... .... 7 , Ijsdy Nolan ? 7 li) Socket .. .. ????7 7 11.0 HANniCAT-li hrlonc*. Sir Meorefield ? 10 5 Themya ? 7 12 Silter Rote ? t» !« U«ly Blackberry (bte Atherdon ? 9 .'t niackfemy) .. .. 7 11 No»or»o*ky ? 8 12 floipfleld.. .. .... 7 f Fire bell ? 8 7 Wally ? 7 7 Ladr neaurhamp.. .. 8 lly Pegsy ? 7 7 t'ot...

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Splendid New Story in "The Globe." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

? ? zzzzz j Splendid New Story in 'The Globe.' Look out for the first instalment of the best old-time story yet published Best became It Is true to life. Police and Bushrangers are represented as they were In the exc/tlng times of tho early gold rushes. So with the women of the period. There is a natural heart Interest. The thrilling adven tures will enchain attention. 'The Great Western Road' is the title Author, H. F. Wickham. The first instalment will appear in the 'Globe' on November 26.

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

Our Saturday Morning Edition, will Klve full reports ot the NEW SOUTHS WALES v. WESTERN AUSTRALIA CRICKET MATCH, and NEW SOUTH WALES v. VIC TORIA LAWN TENNIS Tournament, besides other late .'i'ort.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

It Eoes Into the homes— and Is valued, and rend bv overvnne. No copies litter ihe ro.ld or' the trams. The goal of tho advertiser is the horns. Tho 'Suadoy Ttaca^ lau-oduccu

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KENSINGTON RACES. (BY "THE SCOUT.") SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16. NOVICE HANDICAP: First Division. HALSCOT or ROSE ALPINE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

KENSINGTON KACES. (BY 'THE SCOUT.') , SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16. NOVICE HANDICAP : First Division. HALSCOT or ROSE ALPINE. Second Division. . FOUNTAIN PEER or SIR COOLIE. FOURTEEN HANDS HANDICAP : kirebei.l ? ? .. .. .. .. 1 Sir Moorefleld ? ? ?? ; ? 2 AttPlloUcl ? ? 3 FO I TIT K 10 N -TWO HANDICAP : WAI.nKOOK. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Miss Carbcau .. .. .. ? - Miss Field ? ? ? ? 3 TRIAL STAKES : LORANEE ? ? J Sanlendn ?? ? '?*. ???»?? Ignoble ? ? ? KENSINGTON HANDICAP : STARFIELD ? 1 Little Queen ? ? 2 Glitter ? - FOURTEEN-TNVO HANDICAP : THE lilOCIXG ? J MI..8 ? ? - Wild Kurhsln ? J APPROVED STAKES : ANTHONV ? ? J ? ? z, ? ? ? ' '

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A CHAT WITH THE WEST AUSTRALIANS. WHERE SYDNEY HAS FAILED (CONTINUED FROM OUR FRONT PAGE.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

A CHAT WITH THE WEST AUSTRALIANS. {CONTINUED FROM OUR FRONT PAQti V. HI Ri: SYDNEY K'.S FAILEit Questioned regarding their treatment from a social standpoint, the two Western Australians seemed reluctant to express an oplnloo. But it wns ultimately learned that Sydney cricketers and cricket legislator* show ur- very 'unfavorably when compared with those In the other States. In South Australia they were overwhelmed with kindness. 'Norrie Claxton never left us.' »-a!d tne manager, and tne otner players wera but a little lees kind. Wc were hardly in tha citv fire minutes before we knew every member o! tbe Association. At our departure there wera but two members of the controlling body absent, and these forwarded telegrams to stations en route. In Melbourne we qjlckly felt at home, and were made members of different elub3. Tho Victorian Association and Melbourne Cricket Club officials were most assiduous in tbeir at tention. 'Up to the present (Wednesday) we only know two members of the...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

The 'Quaker Girl' 'Struck Oil' 'At Crlppl? it, .ok' yeslerdny,.nml Io . cli liralo hi-r suci-cmi. ^1,0 trcaU'tl all tbn lioya in a Kamc ut Th i-'molro Biliur.l Thraln.. It l» always tool iml coinfortalilo at tills i„v,iila!- establishment. ItrlKht, natural llithl. arul 4 i Tables. -11 l'itt atrurt lop:'. Tntfa Club).— ? ?

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THE SOUTH AFRICANS FROM THE INSIDE. CANDID BUT FRIENDLY CRITICISM OF THE PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

THE SOUTH AFRICANS FROM THE INSIDE (By G. A. FAULKNER.) CANDID, BUT FRIENDLY CRITICISM OK THE PI.AYERS. i Before starting, I will candidly admit that In attempting to write an article of this kind one, rather unwisely perhaps, lays oneself open to no end of trouble by way of being misun derstood. Nevertheless. It has, been suggeated to me on several occasions that I should not think of concluding this series of articles with out telling enthusiasts In South Africa a little of eath player's doings on this tour as they have occurred to me. 50 I am going to be rash enough to take my 'couragc In both hands' and dash In. SID PEGLER. At a time when a side as a whole has been terribly disappointing. It js with great pleasure that one recalls the brilliance of one or two. so instead of commenting with the older mem bers. as la usual. I intend simply taking every one, as early as pocslblr. In order of merit, as it were, and this being the case. I am left with no other choice but to start wit...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ROSEHILL RACES. (BY "PILOT.") DUNDAS HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ROSEHILL RACES. (BY 'PILOT.') DUNDAS HANDICAP : AZL'RITE ? 1 Royal Merv ? ? 2 Miocene ? 3 GRANVILLE STAKES : AYIt OIRL ? ? I Kentucky Girl ? * ? ' Lonesome ? ? ? 3 JUMPERS' FLAT RACE : ? ? ; J Credit ? - ? ? - 3 NURSERY STAKES : BRATTLE or POMPA. ROSEHILL HANDICAP: ELECTRIC WIRE ? 1 ? ? 2 Strathroyale ? 3 CLUB ILVNDICAP : LORD HYRLA ? 1 Mcmcrct ? ' Sequnrlous ? 3 (BY 'THE SCOUT.') '*'? TTTJZt; r-US DAS handicap: T-iTITl* ? ROVAI. MERV or AZUR1TE. ' GRANVILLE STAKES : ? ? J Equal ? r Ayr Girl ? ? 3 JUMPERS' FLAT RACE : O.D.V ? 1 Credit .. ? ? ? 2 Hnllmnrk ? ? ♦* 3 NURSERY STAKES : BRATTLE ? - ? J Lepta ? ? - Chid ? 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP J OLIVE GREEN ? \ Strathroyale ? - Monoplaoc ? 3 CLUB HANDICAP : ? ? i Santanno ? ? laidy Warpaint ? 3

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RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

RUGBY LEAGUE In regard to the invitation to tour Australia and New Zealand, re:cntly rccclved by tha Northern Union from Australia, the prospect* of e.n affirmative reply being received were rever rosy. A majority ot those on whom thu decision rested arc of the opinion ihat a trip next season is not conducive to the best Ia teresta of tLe Northern Union. Hence Che N.f. declines the invitation. Miller's Point Kiora, winners of the B Grade North Sydney competition, held their annuo! outing at Killara, on the 10th inn. a pro gramme of sports was tarried out. the club championship bein? won by A. Daborn. with W, May second. Mr. E. R. Lurkin, aecrttury of th9 N.S.W. Ruby Lengue, competed in the boat race but hi« prowess is unlikely to cause Ernes' Barry any sleepjegc nights. The. irrangemeou were admirably carried out by u committee, with Mr. J. N. Coutts honorary secretary.

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To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

To-day's Racing Programme. IMCISfJ. 4«r*ehi!l Rarf-.— Fire race. ii:. p.m. Sppclal train* will leave Ontral Kailwav Station a« folio* : ll.Ci a.m. (hor»es», 11..VI, 12.7, r*.2i, I2.t«, 12.51, 12.36, l.S, 1.C0, K*n-in=i'm tltH,- Fir« r4ce, 1 p.m. Sp?ciai trams to and Jrctn the gates of the mnrre

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

FOOTBALL. W. W. Hill and Dr. Bobrsmann hava bad many fonferences with the members of tbe Referees' Committee o! the California Rugby Union, and hefore they leave there will be a thorough un derstanding between them and the local re ferees, so that in the future tbe laws will b« undet «icod distinctly and enforced here la tha same riirii aa they are In Australia. It has been the custom here to allow substi tutes to take tbc pjruco o.' men who are Injured, three belns the limit. The Australian* agreed Jo this before they played their first £ime, and In several matches have used extra men. Wylle, the big forward, was Injured at Stanford, and is out of tbe game with a broken rib. whU# Jones had his shoulder hurt In last Saturday'* The tw*o defeats sustained by tbe Australian Rugby Union footballers in California do not tupport the contention that the oM game baa recovered from the stampede of representatlva players a lew years ngo. The \u6trallans have either picked up their form or mcl...

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AUSTRALIAN RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

AUSTRALIAN RULES. The South Adelaide Football Cluo left Syd ney during the early part of this we«?k, after a holiday stay extending over six days. Be sides a varied list of outings arrange 1 througn the Government Tourist Bureau, they were the guests during tbeir stay of the Newtown Foot ball Club at a reception and Harbor excursion. To mark their appreciation of tbc entertain mcst provided for them by the Newtown Club, th® visitors before leaving for home presented tb9 Citron of tbe elub (Mr. George Allen) with a ediplele smokers outfit, and tbc hon. c*?- retary (M. J. E. Phelan) with a case of silver mounted pipes. The manager fMr. Frank Marlow) made the preeontations on bohalf of the party, and con cluded some laudatory remarks by extending a strong invitation to tho Newtown Club to visit Adelaide in the near future. Tho occasion may be opportune to remark that tbe Newtown Club holds an enviable posi tion. among the cluba constituting the Now South Wales League, in regard to tbe ...

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