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

TO ? D A ? ? T O ? D A Y. SYDNEY SAILING CLUB lgft. HANDICAP I SOW AND P1«N COURSK. PIUZKS, .1*311 STKAMKRS KI'MiOA tnd LADY RAWSON* FOLLOW Steamer Kulge* (licenced to cany li'SO) havta Stephen-it., nilmiin, it 2.30 p.m.: rotnt-«t., Pyrtronf. it 2.35 ; Dirl-np-»t., JUlmain, at 2.45 ; und Kort She qturle. a* 3.10 p.m. fteamer lady Raw»on Inret Fort lUequtrie Only »t 3.10 p.m. Passenger* may land at Clirk JiUnd and Tiew IUcft from Stirt to Flniafc. ?

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. [?] LAST SATURDAY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

There's a. S©Ferei^si\ for someone m tMs Siaap-shcfcted Grcupo v..n c~ l/.st £^u':j',v'r : kp.. i. z- thasup, duKl-stp.iuv, caimo:i. The atove is a photographic reproduction cf a graup taken rceectly. The FIRST ^but no otber) member of this grc-jp rho prefcats himself at the 'SATURDAY RETEREE \vu -VRROW' OFFICE, IZf.-iZS Ca?;'-rca5h-i.:rrrt. AND IS IDENTIFIKl) an V.EINCi ONE OF THE CROUP, will be paid ONE COVERETON. All wlin .-,nrern .hemsclvcf! in thla vvl»l 'be unduKtood to zsrcc to acr.?ni ib« paper's -!ecrs!on as ilr.r.1. Th-i husL'.cf-s of idem ideation will he entrusted to a member of the 'SATUROAYREFEREE .* Nr) T-LII ARROW' rtatf. ANOTHER. SN.VPSHQT PlIOTOC FiAPHIC COMPETITION will appear in v.rx-. i^.vj-. and others will toCovf. LOOK OUT FOR TfLE . 'S.-VTURDA l jU-IFEREE AND TILE AR2.aW' rKOTOGILU-Ij^R^ln the streets *?; :'^'tnty. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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

MOTORING. The postponed first event— reliability trial?-* In connection with the Speedwell Cup will be decided by the Motor-cycle Club of N.S. Wale* this afternoon. A number of members, accom panied by Secretary J. A. Fulr, had a trip around the course on Thursday. The same ar rangements as to limes of starting, etc., a:» were drawn up for last Saturday will be ob served this afternoon. The Motor Yacht Club has a week-end camp up Middle Horbor, fixed for this afternoon antl to-morrow. The Sydney Bicycle and Motor Cycle Club will be In action this afternoon with a non-stop reliability run to I'kton, distance, 53 mile*. This event is in place of a reliability trial lo Yetholme. which had to bo postponed from last week-end, owlug to the bad Btutc of th? roads. Tbe good roads movement Is undoubtedly gaining ground, though there Is naturally a certain amount of opposition to it in the shire councils, particularly In country districts. The fear Is that tho proposed Road Board will de vote...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS ANOTHER WORLD'S TROTTING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS ANOTHER WORLD'S TROTTING RECORD. Tho gate? of the Kentucky Trottim; Horse Hreprlfrs' A.ssnriaMon were thrown open -it Lexington (Ky.) on October 9 for '.lie opening of the fortieth annual trotting meeting, and the twentieth annual renewal of the Kentucky Futurity. Menrico w«s. returned the winner In the Ken tucky trotting cln^Rlc after six gruelling heats. The time lu the sixth heat was U.7L which is a new world's mark for th» sixth heat lu t rae?. 'Hils also was the fastest six hcitts c**cr tro'.'cd. ' | The 'Mark Wonder.' Uhlan' wa^ out for an effort to lower the track reeord /or. trotting. Thr traek war* In excellent- condition, and tbe Son of Ulngen made the circuit In l.r.i flat. This breaks the world's record for a trotter, uhlcU heretofore was hftld by 1 ou Dil lon. Phlnn wa.» driven by his trainer. Chariej Tanner. BARBER WHO TRAINS AND UIDE.-5 One of the strangest training stables In Eng land lies at Ihe back of n little hairlrejalng, tobacco. , and bicy...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF FAMOUS SHOWMAN WHO TACKLES ESCAPED LION. MR. F. BOSTOCK'S CAREER [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

DEATH OP FAMOUS SHOWMAN WHO TACKLEB ESCAPBD LION. MR. F. BOSTOCK'S CAREER. . Mr. Frank Boalork. 'the Animal ? lnat month In London, al Earl » CoMrt, Irom pneumonia. ' ' . ' .... Tte great showman early Indicated a bent for. the carttr which won hlm tatn'^ Ihe .Id and the new. worlds. This, if lbJJ* I9 an7 thing In heredity, was most appropriate. He *'as torn in a show -omo 45 at Darlington, ins peop.c for ho came of the stock of ^ombwell. uho run « travelling menagerie as far back as 1805. But^tbere Is this dlffcrcacc; ^omo*t'81wa' a menagerie pure ond simple; Bob tdcX ® ^ * collection of performing animals, as different from the old kind of wild beast show as tne penny gaff was from the modern tb-atre. It was when about li». 'home for tbe holi day* ' -that voung Bostock commenced his career. Without obtaining his father's permis sion. he entered a lion's cage to take the placo of h negro trainer who waa unable to give a performance because of his condition. His father saw blm. and ...

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

Splendid New Story in I 'The Globe.' Look out for the first Instalment of i the best old-time story yet published t Best because it Is true to life. Police t and Bushrangers are represented as I they were In the exciting times of tho J early gold rushes. So with the women f of the period. There is a natural I heart Interest. The thrilling* adven- f tures will enchain attention. 'The 1 Great Western Road' is the title. I Author, H. F. Wickham. J 'i'' Instalment will appear In t the 'Globe' cn November 26. | '?'^uL.r' I.IV,AI'''1 llrrl.rrl llo.npl AMoortli. .1 'Herlase.' pyinble. (er !!„? 'fu.,ljr rin-.., N.usm,,,- r0, l.imltc,.. at „lc -ni.c W JLJ K'J C''l««3ll street. ,.\'iici»

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WOMEN IN SPORT BASKET BALL COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

WOMEN IN SPORT I © Bt -OMNCS' © BASKET BAL;L COMPETITION. Tho acinl-flnals of the basketball competition will he played at Petersham this afternoon as follow : Ruzelle A v Huntcr-Balllle, referee .Mr. Ounn, scorer Mr. Prentice : Chatswood v Lelch hardt, referee Mr. Ramsay, scorer Mr. Graham. At a moonlight harbor excursion, to be bffd on Thursday, November 21, the successful team in the competition will be presented with the petmunt. The Western Suburbs Ladies' Rowing Club proposo to compete in outrlgged fours In Queensland early next year, and with that end In view arc deslrou.- of cither purchasing or hiring a four-oared boat. The Association has ruled that the club cannot be affiliated with the Rowing Association, sb the Association only controls rowing clubs for mcu amateurs. LAWN TENNIS ITEMS. Miss Stewart, the strongest member of Vic toria** tram, is evidently overdoing things in Melbourne. Last Saturday, in tbe Melbourne Metropol ian Championship, she won the ladles' double c...

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

ROWING Of 'AQUA.' 0 Th- (Jlel.r Rowing Club will hold its annual prnra nf.\t Saturday week. The chief at tr.\«-fii»' h ttje maiden elghtH for the metropoli tan tr«phy. The home club in said to have a -'Sii'hf Uorlby t,f ^^'vndlng this nno On Poicmter 11 tho Association win hold its annusil regatta on the Parramatta River, when the championship eights will be decided Enter prise have a strong eight in training with the intention ol endeavoring to repeat this ciub'a performance of two years ago, when tbey down ed the premiers. Having already proudly secured the cham pion fours this y«;ar, KntorprJuc R.C. id bidding hard for premiership honors, but the club will be without iho scrvlcca of Harry Green the amateur champion tculler. who stroked' ttto fours so successfully. The champion Js intent cn centreing all his attention on the amateur champion sculls, which will be rowed the same day. nnd which he Mtould win. Tbc ilub how ever. have a formidable eight, of good {tower, and If the str...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AMERICAN BASEBALLERS FOR AUSTRALIA. NAMES OF PARTY LEAVING FRISCO NEXT WEEK FOR THE TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 16 November 1912

AMERICAN BASEBALLERS FOR AUSTRALIA. NAMES OF TARTY LEAVING 'FRISCO NEXT j WEEK FOR THE TRIP. The team nt AmerJcao All-Star baseball play ers that will bo taken to Australia for a series of gamer, leaving San Francisco ou Novcmbe* 1 y. and returning February 1, has practically hi en f-elfctcd by Cal. Ewlng. Out of fifteen men who will consiitute the team, he had dccldcd upon thirteen, miu was negotiating with two more. In tr.e middle of last montn. 1 nc team so fur as arranged lb as follows :— Pitch, r^ — Jack Killllay. Cy Parkin. Bonner, Cbas. Baum, and Lcverenz. Catchers. — Jar k Ullss and Dutch Auer. In-fieMer*.— H. Miller f of Sacramento), Bill Leard. Harry McArdle, and Jack Wuflll. Out-fieldtra.— Howard Mundorff and Elmer Ziehcr. Most of the pitchers have been chosen with a view to utilising them in other positions, if WORLD'S CHAMPION SERIES. Boston Rcj Sox are baseball champions of tbc world, having won four, lost three, ami tied c nt e with thr New York Giants in the World's ...

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

GOLF GOSSIP ® ? »y *TM£ COLONEL.' ^ (!) Al Ken.«Ington P. S. Jones, with a handicap J of I. took first place in tho local dub's bogey I hrtndlc,i«» with a good card of one up. R. R. I Wisdom (handicap .5) nnd (». S. Buisrfttt (handl- | «a|i .'?» tied for second place r.lth cards of two down. Jones, as previously mentioned in th»s column, i' a very stylish golfer, and one Is always surprised at him not doing better in tbe classic events of the year. His *tyle Is rood enough for anything, and yet hr generally I falls to take a forward place in the ihatnpion- j ships. Perhaps it is that he doco not always I play the game with the same seriousness as 1 some of his clubroatcF. Wisdom is gradually reducing hlr. club handl- 1 cap : he Is a fine putter, and has many other good strokes, and confine.* his play to Kensing- . ton, where he knows every Inch of the course. SYDNEY LINKS BENEFITTED BL RAIN. The rccent rain has done an enormous amount of good to Home of the links around t«yrtnr-. At...

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

I -TENNIS TALK. ) Br 'AUSTRAL' The first dayV play In the Inter-State match at Melbourne u rrporfd on page 6, by wire from 'Austral.' ? NOTIONS OF THE MOMENT. What puwl's m' is where many People I haro mnt r«i*r r. 1 1 v have sot thr- Idea tnat the Engllfth team is -ol'nc t« defeat ours in the Doris Cup match at the end of the month in Melbourne. On the records and performances of tho respec tive players, the odds In our fa^r an quite 3 to 2. but I fancy are even greater than that. Of course, a good deal in such a match dependa on the form of the dor, but in that 1 also onr men should have the best of it in .heir own Another Impression that is abroad— slightly, If one may Judge from chance remarks—Is that Brookes won't be avatlnble for us. That is a pure creation of the fancy. Ak far as w# know, Brookes will be fit and well for tha match. He Js so to-day, and Js alto In flno form, and players like Dunlop ani Heath, though at their top. can't get sets from him when he is ahsolutclv a...

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

SPORT SALAD BV TNE 'SATUROAY REFEREE AMD ARROW' STAFF. Victor Trurarcr and Harold Ever?, crlekot captains of New South Wales and Western Aus tralia. were rcntemportirles at Crown-street Superior Public School. Ii was sugpebted in 'The Referee' some weeks bark thut the time was opportune for organi sing a Benefit match for Victor Trumper. The suggestion bos met with a good ueal ot support, and a mnuii between New South Wales and The Itrsi of Australia, to Le played the first week in February, is now favored. (?. Wlllcoeks. ot the Sydney University team, 'as the only player to compile a century in the Svdney First Grade premiership matches liint week. He Is a Queeniiandc-r. a highly pro mising all-round player, and a thorough cric keter. New Zealand desires to have a visit from a New South Wales cricket team tbls season. A very strong combination might easily be got together. As A. E. Anlczark, the Australian, was not anxious to further Jeopardise tho playing suv cess of tbc team Oldh...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

ON- THE- TRACK. RANDWICK. Thursday. Th-* work wa* confined principally to tlir tan track thl« morning. Jacarnar wa.- inX Mtcrtded in his ta«k over a :?nl''. I.i'ta and .i comp-ttiion ran »i- ftirlonz* in mod'* rat-' tirtu'. and St. Mi-loo pijt seven furlonjji pa»t iu L.t»l comtdrtaWv. A {nrlotu; lesjr- diftawc was f««ly rnnmp.i»-f| by MrtorilU In L2t. 'Dakai afcd a '-oiiple of « f nif.ani'Ui« -purted half * mile freely. En Haul and Ma!tliu» ran lurlonsi at threc*part» pacc, and Mai: Lily M(T.t ateadilj-. A stronr talk wa« put in l-v Mf'KTn«-. ElKir an I a companion ran wen furlonss In ucf. Malrljin rati rix furlonc* at a sound bat. and j-'iVsia wrji nn: extended. Fuew jfpurted half a mil.', a-ij Salarino ran flic furlong* in 1. 10, Srue ninnjns the llr:t half-mile with hint. Lochano put in half-pac.« wf.rk. and Aftir**tl ran nx fnrlonr*. but wa* not fully' **:Nndrd. A fnrinpj further di«tanee wa« run by U'alw and Embracer in Lt»/. loli inoveJ wnirtlv over tir«r fi-ilurr*. .*r«-l Mer...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

TURF GOSSIP j ® - B» 'THE. 8C0UT.' ® 1 Canterbury Turk thi.-: atteraoon. \\hilc the folloncrp of jionJ- Rlilleway n.clnn will be c.il red for br Jho. RpltbJry' Club. Though Ir. hla Mrd yew/'Uiewtri-toioKn Am« rkan : porlsman an.| brccacr,' Sir.' X IJ.' HaEsIn, is Mill luilc nn-1 hearty;'. :' Nominations ,'or thu' next- mfiptinR of tho ? kemhla Or.iDKe llaclni Uken pl.w-c on r)c« 'raber win be-re^'vlVed' by thr-: :.e(7re- tnry, .Mr. A. II. Hnrt.'SvCuetlef^hfiii-ftrcet; up lo 1 p.m. on Monday ntfitoihc 25th ln?t. South Austrnlian Tat'&rtilDrir«;ciub will supply Adelaide raccgocrs Vilb their nmuecmrni .'U. Mnrphrttvjllc thlR aft-orjjoon. A 'good ..programme will b« cubmlttcd, and^t&u Hurdle Rat'q, with ID hornrr. cn£;sgcdt.akou'ld provide ou IntorcstiDB contest. ? -? ' * ; Efjultas (AtfToV^^blQfs^al), -who ? Is one of the best performers ;5oon- out 'in X-m- Zealand during rcccnt'ypaifl,'.ftb-l.a( f-rrr?eni repf^s'cnls ;he vop of tin? Bprintinft- form iu the Dominion, ha...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

SYDNEY SPORTS GROUND. J ATiii.i:ric c-Lrii siniiTs-AXU cycix tiiaixlsi;, . j MOIiE AND JiORE rOrL'L.01. ! EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT, I admission* sixpence. i L. HARVEY, Hon. Secretary. r* V N T K 1M~ c U Y PARK R A C~E~S, [ O TO-DAY. TO-DAV; . 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

KEMBLA. GRANGE RACES. | TUESDAY,' DECEMBER 3, 1912. I lU'RDLE RACK, fin tn\*. 2 inile.^. FI.Y1NCI HANDICAP. :»0 wMt. »i lurlnngs. CRANCE STAKES. :,n ►ovs. -i furlniiffK. 1 UO.YKARol.h UASniCAP, |J furlnnsi. DISTRICT PI'ltSL. - Miir. 7 luilongn. KEMlll.A MILK, .',0 I milr. NOMINATION FEE FOR EACH RACE. 10/. ENTRIES CLOSE at 4 p.m. on MONDAY, NOV. 25, 1( 12. F«»r fuller particular.-, n-,. I'rocr.nnttic. A. II. HART, Storetary. 3 Ca.-tliTi-aKlistnTt, Sydney. '/ I A N 'I E R U 1 It' Y P A R K ll A~(* eV, TO-D \ Y. TO-DAY. The PILCHERS COME, WRITE, OR WIRE TO ROSEBERY TO-DAY DOING BUSINESS ON ALL RACES AT CANTERBURY AND | VILLIERS AND SUMMER CUP

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C. P. DIXON, CAPTAIN OF ENGLAND'S DAVIS CUP TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

C. P. DIXON, CAPTAIN OF ENGLAND'S DAVIS CUP TEAM. A decade ago Charles Dixon wad the hope of England's younger stbool. He may now almost be described as the hope of her plder. sehool. Doubtless Dlson would have fulfilled the P£®' mlse of 1901 earlier— that was tho year of his flrst appearance in the All-Comers flnal at Wimbledon— if ill-health had not then forccd, him to retire from the game. Returning to court some Ave years later, with the added han dicap of extra weight, be bad much leeway to inherent skill that he should not only have reached his former standard, but have paa:el It. If 1301 was the high-water-mark of hib first Inning*. 1911 was that of his second.. For last year ? lie numbered among his victims two players — Messrs. Wilding and Gore— whom ne had uerer beaten before, the first the present holder of the championship, the 3ccond his con clusive conqueror in the flnal of 1901, who sub sequently won the championship three time*. Last year, too, sawhlai victorious ove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

PETERSHAM OVAL, THIS' DAY,' FIRST (;RADE CRICKET MATCH PETERSHAM I. x^ REOFERN I. ADMISSION TO PARK, Od. PATltlON'. 6d EXTRC ? SYDNEY SiftTH, jun.. Ifon. Src.'

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WOMEN IN SPORT INTER-STATE LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

| WOMEN IN SPORT © Br 'OMHES.' ® y j INTER-STATE LAWN TENNIS. In the ladles' inter-State matches, Victoria was again successful, winning three rubbers to two against New South Wales, and four to none against South Australia. The two rubbers scored 'by tbo Sydney ladle* were both nt the expense of Miss Le Neveu, who lost her two singles against Mrs. Fuller and Miss Williams. Miss Westmoreland and Miss Stewart both showed line form for Vic toria. Tho South Australians put up several good maienetf. nui locy couiu not wunstanu ine home players. Mrs. Wlbmer. Miss Watson. Mrs. M'Arthur. and Miss Wnxman. Mrs. M'Arlhur had the remarkable record of going through the whole match, both singles and doubles, without losing oven a t»ct. The swimming season is In full swlug. and the Sydney clubs are meeting regularly. Quit.' a number of swimmers are showing consider able pace, and It is clear that Miss Fanny Durack and MIsa Mlna Wylle will not be the only champions produced by New South Wales. BAB...

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