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AMONG THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

AMONG THE JUNIORS Dr. O'Hara's Country Team, as In the past, was again too good for the Juniors. The rJsl tors were a powerful side, and tbe metropolitan players are not likely to meet similar opposi tion in the inter-State carnival. In both departments the Juniors were found wanting, and F. Storey was hardly up to bis best form In handling the side. G. Maekay, the Parramatta representative, batted finely, scoring 12G out of 212. The same player performed very creditably in tho con te3ts In Sydney last Xmas. W. J. Dobson Centennial Park), who showed out In the Martin Shield game on Kight-bour Day, was second highest scorer, with 22, Other batsmen who have been performing ably in club cricket failed badly. The form of some of them wHl probably cause tbe selec tors to do ijome hard thinking. It increases the prospects of many other juniors being selec ted io Tlsit Melbourne. Hid the :hcten been successful, the commlttcc might have been tempted to leave well alone. B. Lewis, the one-ar...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

NEW SOUTH WALES CBICKET ASSOCIATION N.S. Wales v. Western Aesftralia. . SYDNEY CRICKET QROUNP CONTINUED TO-DAY, AT NOON. , - B£I a cuioitien, Hoore-Itteeu ' «EBCT K. BOWOES, SMntaOb *1

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

SPORTS SPECIALISTS. MeHlLL&N DEERY & CO. LI'S. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 Ml. moocY sroans Dsrcrr (OppMlt, EMI Ao« nltu, ' 33 Caitloreagh Stroat Sydney. ? ? j For Saturday's Sport Reports | I and criticisms by Sport Experts t | fead the 'Sunday Timea.' ' j

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

If you know a better Business Puller than the 'Sunday Times' advertise in it. It would be your duty. But you don't. The 'Sun- day Times' goes into the home —into more homes in New South Wales than any other' paper. And it is read — all of it. It is read by all the family. Then it is put by for another read or two later on. It gives the advertiser just the kind of publicity he requires — and .bumping measure. Necessarily d?® results are exceUent-

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WALLSEND J.G. RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1[?]. NOVICE HANDICAP-[?] furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

WALLSEND J.G. RACES. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16. NOVICE HANDICAP— 6 furlong*. »*. lb *1 lb y,|l ? U 3 Loot* ? 7 0 fjbelU .. ? ? S 8 Tu* .. ? ? 7 ll C hi* t Bey ? 8 j Drrmott ? 7 u ? ? b 3 King Prudent .. .. 7 ij l'rirc Gun ? 8 3 Lady Sjwy ? 7 11 Sapbora ? J »« Untouriikc ? 7 11 Kxprdlte ? » 1° JMl'1'* ? ? Mv Bc*c .. .. ?» ?? ' '*lhw Clancy .. .. 7 0 /valet Hoy ? 7 7 JeUan ? ? 7 U ? ? I * Yillar .. .. 7 u ? ? 7 7 l'ulbah ? 7 «) Peeping Dawn ... .. 7 7 Sit-unu ? 7 0 Lignt. of Mcrv .. .. 7 3 PLATTSBCRO HANDICAP— 0 furlongs. King Haut ? 10 0 Haaty Merv ? 8 0 Sanguine ? « 3 Jerragotig ? 7 Pi Boulogne}- ? ii 3 Tkainiouj .. ? ? ? Manton Mild .... S 7 Plantain ? ? ? Uriglitic ? 8 3 Lady LcgUkm .... 7 . Ciol Air .. .. .. 8 3 Hymerhlld ? ? MulheUr ? 8 3 \-atlta ? 7 0 'WELTER HANDICAP— 7 furlong*. Lsdi- Malster ? 10 0 Blue Flyer .. .. 7 9 Lotrvtna . . ..'....93 Bonnie Kinj ? ? Parapeli ? ? 9 3 Seniple' .. .. 7 9 Hcuitder. .. ..... .. 8 1- I-'contc Blanebe .. . V Hue Victoria ..8 8 Ubeman ? ? » 9 Hl...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Great Australian Serial Story. IMPORTANT NOTICE. The Truth About the Bushrangers and Police [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

Great Australian Serial Story. IMPORTANT MOTiCE. Tbe Truth About tbe Bushrangers and Police A great serial story, truthfully depleting | life in Australia In the parly KOlil-dlgKlDS days, has been sccured by Australia's famous penny weekly newspaper, 'The Globe,' and will commence this montli. Many stories ot convicts, bushrangers, goldminers, and the currency lads and lasses have been written, but lias ono of then; beer, completely tn.c to the life of the period? The story of 'The Great Western Itoad' — tho road leading from Sydney over the Blue. Mountains to the gold fields beyond— will have the endorsement of all the pioneers. It tells of adventures in the city, on tbc road, on tho soldflelds. and lu tho bush. Everything is graphically depicted; the de tails are accurate. ' , THE TRAITOR'S OFFER. ? ? A LETTER THAT COUNTS FOR MUCH IN THE GREAT BUSH RANGING SERIAL The story of 'The Great Western Road ' concerns a squatterand his daughter; a young man ot good intent, but no Kcttlo.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

| For Saturday's Sport Reports j | and criticisms by Sport Experts J i read the 'Sunday Times.' ? j jUftjqj jj 1AJ I i i ' i 1 ' ' ' ' ' 't-yi

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

SAILING ITEMS. The Lane Cove Club will eater for the. P an I G footers to-day. Handicup^ are : — lO-footeri : Waratah (J. Dcrani. scr; Myru (1». Harry-, acr; Cornstalk tF. Pethbridgei, llmln; Kaogomo (D. Murray). 2ralo; Whcatoau (G. Drysdale). siaaln; Australia (P. Giles), 3\mln; Petrel tG. Sea. bcrg), Millie IS. Andresscn). Eotelle iJ. Mc Donald), and Eima iW. Hammond). Itnln. C-foolers : Thelma (H. Collins), Livonia (A. Appleton). *mln; Edna (R. Collins), Jmln; Gwen (F. Drysdale), limln; Queenie (A. Stevens*, and Novice (T.- Ellis). f.mln; 8t. George (C. Fraicr), tJtnin; Nitorod (H. Freeman!, 7mln. Tho St George Club will hold handicaps for their 14ft and skiff class. Tbo handicaps are as follow :— 14ft and Test Race : Botany (S. Barrett), work 9mln, lead Simln; Jessie ? W. j Kennedy), 5, 4; St. George (R. Keddle). I. 2} I Euchro (H. Shumbler). ». 2; Sydney (H. Collis), I 3i. 13; Our Own (W. Parcel). 3J, IJ; Aussie iO ' V.'ltehard), -2}, li; Stella iW. Douglas), n 2J; ' Bene {\\\ ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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JENNY LIND'S PIANIST. HIS REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

JENNY LIND'S PIANIST. HIS REMINISCENCES. The death has occurred In London, at tbe ago j of 58. of the well-known composer, piaalst, and concert organiser, Mr. William Kuhc. a native of Bohemia, who for many years was associa ted with the tours of Jenny Lind, Pattl. Nllseon, and Mario. It has often been said of Mr. Kuho that he was the oldest pianist living. Mr. Kuhe, whose last appearance in public Twas at Brighton ten years ago. had h fund ot reminiscence perhaps unequalled among musi cal people. ? 1 was tnougnt musical, even as a fund, no once observed. 'I met Mendelssohn when ! 'Elijah* was first performed in London, and I j have seen Richard Wagner. I remember Cho pin playing at the house of the musical critic for the 'Athenaeum,' but he was dying even then, and could not speak much. Chopin had been carried upstairs by two men, who placed him at tbc piano. 1 was very Intimate wi:H Licit, and when I was married In 1S34 he in vited me to spend tbe honeymoon at his place In Weimar....

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT: THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

THE THEATRE BY 'BOZ.' WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT : THE THEATRES, HF.R M.WrST\-S.-'-Itir Quaker Girl/* TIlKATfU! l;»»v \j„ ,-n, |jur ?? \ — ' ri''' ''''ihW- Sweetheart.' ,V' *' O'PI'I' Orel./* I AI.At I.. — 'A WfjiTMii «.f ItrfuUe.' THE VARIETY THEATRES. TIfK THOU. — Arr.eM i|r Hicre. NATION M. AMPinTIIKATUK.-Vir.1tt Ulick. Pf(lM'Kk?«.— Vuudct ille KrterUincr*. MUSICAL COMEDY. Patrons of Her Majesty's are getting In the performancen of 'The Quaker Girl' what the late Sir Frederick Parley used to speak of a«J 'wholesome fun/' Miss Blanchc Browne l- still first favorite in the Royal Comic Opera Co. When, the .George Edwardea piece passes the finishing po&t wc aro to have a revival of 'Florodora,' with Miss Grace Talotta again ad Lady Holyrood, and Bertie Wright In the late George Laurl's place as the phrenologist. Fred Graham? waa our laal Tweedlepuneh. A .Paris correspondent wrote on October S 'A French vrrjlon of 'The Quaker Girl/ by P. Fcrrler and C. Qulncl, already played In the ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

TURF GOSS8 IP @ € Or 'THt #COUT.*:/-; Roschlll tl'fs afternoon. CJ . when a start will bo made at 2.1| Also n pony an«l galloway neotbfj fitigton, Lomni'neing at 2 -D.tnor-t sB ;i : i. White Northern District . raccRO* 3 - xl\ K\i i catered lor by tho Wallscnd- Jocko; a I .Melbourne :».i'iron« of ihe gome r- a ut CauIficH by iln* V.A.I. C. . 1 ni 1 ' The In-arid* of ihe Ladyllko-Ti j ^,.,1 j ,? ?w;i r- re.-Mittu-d in Melbourno bcior \ Justice un Wednesday. f Thf Moorefleld Having Club ho i;i 'v, merlin^ oti Novi-mbcr lit*. Noral ! b«t rerclv.d by th«« t-M-reinry, Mr. up to I p.m. on Monday, tho 18th ^ j The (loulbum llavinR Club' lio ^ iroctins on Dei-embor 5 nnd'6/*f ' j eicrctary. Mr. J. Norman ' Hoyy : tomination-.i up lu the -J5th/ loot. ? A r.n r rocrtinc will bo hclA.'at ' on November -0, f «»r which notpini ,vl11 r«-c' -*' t rcwivril by Mr. il. I). Dando, sccfl ? Warwick lAnrm IUHjir Club, up to'S . the 15th infst.. or by Mr. C.' l\ 0'K« Albion Tar:, j tccrclary. fi-''''/ ''m...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SIONAL[?] [?]ES ENGLISH RECOR[?]ER [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

KIONAL _ I;e3 ENGLISH RECCai H)lished a fine perfcrzt v:, JJE! U.vd at Taff Vale Park, , ..%? \c-'?T whoa ho and Ucjfiifr JACi^.I-oNA-'- ''*? i M 'met to decide the IS') ?AGAIN-' H.ahlp, Both m-.ii bad ^ack Uon-l-- ?: I-pa4atlon. ? aaco tcfor-: .« ® Cardiff, Pon^miri m J Hvftfl ratabllshcd a .irm Walker, o; s : : weather wan i^eaU yards world'? iliat on the soft side, undergone .« ll-; 1 b-* Mr- Sonny Mor'°' lla» doing hi- m as Donal«^s°a at ot»eo ^t ^Brighton. Ber appeared to bang, fororlto at i *J '? W 4 0'ip leeway, but at but tho truck H' throuKh a iuie, Thelmen wcr Bash Walker made a of .Manchester. - H won by quite 4 yard* KoV^lnto bis Jrsnr 01 5-^scc. It However he f H^rviance* ooaslderlns yards the Aust* Ja \\s best condition, raking stride. ? fading, of Maachester, ^lna^?cbDIIens^^ ' ' jChadwlck, ol Man* in -the 'exceptor . ^ 1 I . K-vaa a reallv ? 1 V ^®odlcap re«« that, the track IHa^ifts, Teoby, l?yd«, Tho referee waa x'-r . I 2;/W. Heaey. Porth,; and the tlroekf'; cheat...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ATHLETIC GOSSIP METROPOLITAN CLUB SUPREMACY. AGAIN W[?] BY SOUTH SYDNEY HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

[?] Ihletic gossip! By 'ME-tTOR.' ) j , J METRO POUTAN CLUB SUPREMACY. N IU' nOl'TII SYDNEY HAF.r.IERS. iH: irijal -porte for the inir.n onm ? (-metropolitan ? hib ;.rr-micrship I AGAIN WMi 1 .,,,1 tn.i.'hi-l'l on th' i-P''* ?'M ??? Park, last Saturday afternoon. Tho tu|l' 't One aEil iiU-acam. but a lense Stalcil rnrlv liourii ot ttir pro.edin,. e-S§|- tr«k 10 a aoft ca.lu.oa and Ground. jIiB - t ' I.ti-.t. Ii Hj rirrUBjIiL.i. UJ Tho wenthrM- ' cr-- C-Iicrnllv coin, hcavv storWa — - day had leiH - tbr fcomh s-ydo'.y 1,ar Pall against. H'' tt.ir-l ' perlormont 1 'n,, troaKiy' 1 1 tvai V ?ooi Onco agaJ 3 ? \ ..r.-lty ami th'-' nr,\ tho shiow - 1 1 lbif i, th , °An' V mini | l out 'ir « ..olu:/ .n baUlo I ^tS-hbUltrcr' d^ritn' Ciuh for th I men In the other u - partm - . hiuor by SI 1 I ? Cdly rnaKc a Mill holder Pollcc Club I 1 g ml '. the two tlt.Id| . . ^.lt„rd!iy.s caorts were dU Bn?°r e.f venl ? ? t'oib W. F. Pattlnjson ami ?M tho 1 looked upon as euro point bid tno j! (-)-;(Vi v...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

SAILING £ By 'FREE-SHEET.' $ Th^f.'r the Thite foam ir-*, 'Something like n day'.' remarked ttv pa'.r^n of balling as he trundled aboard the dub etcamer. And he was not far wrong, for. after tbc monotony of the preceding two Suturdays, tbe nor'-eastcr was as welcome as the flowery mcade of May, as tbc raying is. It was well that the conditions were fo favorable, as there was a rare crop of rac-s down for decision, no fewer than thirteen events being Echcdulcd. First on the list was the annual ronteft for the Gascolgnc Cup— well termed annual, for this trophy has been competed for during the last seventeen years, and Is as far off being wou outright as ever. Petrel, under tho ownership of Mr. C. Trefceck, securing a leg-In for the first time last Saturday. Under the deed of gift the trophy must be won three times in .juc- , cession by a yachtsman In his own yacht. How. ever, no matter, as sings the enthusiastic yachtsman, how far off the cup be In reaching | Its ultimate destination,...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

GOULBURN RACING CLUB~ RACE MEETING, DEC. 5 AND 6. ? NOMINA! lON- t'.vi. MONDAY. NOVEMBER -5, wnl^ te c cr c t i i - V j? ? Faim Racing. Clut*. ct J. NORMAN JLVY, &ccr-wrr. Goulburaj . '?

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

I CYCLING NOTES I j © Br 'BLUE STREAK.' ® ' j This is Club Fnturday with the New South Wales Cyclists' fnlon. and a busy afternoon ?w ill be put In at the Sports Ground. The Northern Suburbs clubs la dccldlnq t mile handicap. Tn place all competitors oo an equal footing, track wheels will be barred, And only ron ! tyrca may be used. Th* first event at the Sports Ground this afternoon will b* tbe Eastern Suburbs Club's three-quarter mile handicap, at 2,!o. This will he followed by the Htvlft Club's mile. Redfern's half-mile. Bondl (mile). City (half-mile), Northern Suburbs (mile), Liverpool (half-mile), Knfleld-Burwood. Rockdale. Petersham. Campsle, Dulwl. h Hill, Annandale, nnd Western Suburbs events. Handicaps for the Eastern Suburbs Bicycle Club's three-quarter mile trnck race are : — A. K. Clark, scratch; R. L. Blake, H. M. C. Adams, A. S. Taylor, W. F. Chapman, T. Brewer, 40yds; ft. G. Clark, A. F. Taylor, J. Metier, 50yds; E. T. Byron, R. J. Short. tiOyds: F. R/an, 70yds; C. J....

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FLYN O[?] Or, THE LITTLE THE HILL WHITE WITCH RIGHTS RESERVED. NOT CHAPTER XIII. (Cont.).— "IF SHE [?] TO ME." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

1 Or, THE - THE HILL fLE WHITE WITCH j BY MADGE BARfcQ -jj A.lhor of 'Cfto Cermis,' 'The Cairn of th* VY ? Bigger,' 'Th« Qecrft of Ibi Blaok Beg,' &o. ^(i'uts Jii:.si:iivLTr} NOT '''? : ilcd. ' CHArTEIt Xtll. n'ont.).— 'IP/OWfi IjJ ''J FAIR TO ML-.- „ ^ ' 'vln!l 'Darklngton ar«' ',,B cousin luve qui c's and la revenue In* li d'-sertcd Ihfr'coj ,. j (7U|. j ranged himself 011 my .vide. . ! blows nobody good.' l-Jiiph°-J DonL'^*:; I ,, :inti ^ 'Darkingtou is angry bceAuad.''6t BJ- , '.. jjP. growing attachment io -uacaro, , .?* . 'ir|r*p sheen. 'That's why he and Andy.t*rn «4 '.. vtJch\, why he has taken Sv-Jvia frcro'tb'c JJjf - o:' espousing Dorn'* cause in that iflfanl ' ,, mVic*n pr-nd upon it. there's something In 'tHs we hear, or Darklngton would notnhjl -'-nfvlde ?volte-face, for It's .in open secrct .ttflvl. ? time he would have favorcJ a nflatCH Andy nnd thlu girl.' M ...r- ttit So they wore carcfuI not fo iovltcgvl. . - -' ' r.nd tbe Darklnstons together lo -ttieTf ;...

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SALVATION ARMY TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

SALVATION ARMY TIPS. On the eve of ihe Melbourne Cup a hugs placard is usually posted outside thr head quarters of the Salvation Army. Bourke-ttroet, Melbourne. In which literary play is made with . the names of the competing horses. This year was no exception, the following being a copy of the placard : — CUP TIPS. Every Ladies' Man and every other mau knows that gambling nnd racing arc twins. It does 1 not require a LADY MEDALLIST to grow* elo quent on a truth we can all see without an EYE GLASS. Men Bometimes think they have tips about the winner that BOBADEA-22lcs them, but in tbo end ihey AL-MISS-A lot of money that has gone Into the packets of the cAever b-HARPIST. When gambler loses hia last PIASTRE, he frequently ti-k.-s sorneUiing stronger Iban CIUKR. cmls up In dliKtucc. Oambllnc is n vlcu tliiu mains nu. 80ul-no SANDBATH uin Hran.-c ll. Whoth.-r a man la called IJUKE I--OOTE. or LOUD ALWYNE or plain UNCLE V AM. mnkts little difference In rniVT rCi!iClflJ-' WcilM yoi! lll«...

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