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CRICKET ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

CRICKET ODDS AND ENDS. The Western Australians finished In Mtl* bourne yesterday, and immediately l*ft for Ade laide to cateh the stCHmer there for Fremantle. A. Mailey secured IS wickets nt, ao average cost fT IeB-n than 12 rtina In the two matches New South Walcu v. Western Australia. An old Sydney University athlete in the per son of W. L. Walker diatlnguinhe r himself (ho n:hcr day at Townsvllle in u match 'jrA.n;&uia v. Commercials, by scoring 157 out uf -jJ. Tbe Commcrcjala, winning the tos*. seat their opponems In 10 bat, und were treated to afterr.non'tt leather-hunting, the la3t man of.lbt: Crauimars' oJevcn not being; dlflpsued.of uuiil «j o'cio' k. When two'wlekeu hud fallen, ne tordlng to the 'TownsvllJo Dull ?tin.' Wnlktr became asscelatcd with Noonan, :»nd gave a dis play of vigorous t-rli-ket tbat waa j;oed to' fee. Even Noonau caught the eraro, an-1 ?;jntriir/ tu all }-ls own established precedent*, pi tyod a forcing game, and rattled up IM tn L«plcudld style...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

To-day's Racing Programme. RACING, | Cinrcrbury Rach.— Fint nc*. 3 p.m. fpecul mini *ill 1e**e Cratr&l Riilwar SttUon u follow : Jl.il -herv«» and 11,40 «.m., 12.31, 12.40, 12.«3, U.i;. Mi. jad l.il p.m. n-'.^Vr* Hjrrs.— Fjrx rac*, 2 p.m. t'nal Knice of f|cn»I tram« to and from th* raceeoyrv satu.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. FLYING HANDICAP. (To start at 2 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. flying handicap. iTo atart *: 2 p.ai.) A hjr.di.-ap of 100 mri.; Kfond bor»c 20 »ot»., «nd third horse 10 tort, from the p nit. ApprfnsiCM who ha*e no*, nddfn fire wbmrri aince apprmttcrvhip to tx allowed 71b. TV of any handicap fiat raee aiter decUrition of thf wcifbt* to carrj Tib frtra ; of two or more r.»dj handicap*. IWb -xtra. # furloogi. r. lb Mr. J. Jobwon'a br g ITUSlliLiN. aged ? ® * Mr. -J. BirtV br c WILD VitXt, *»n ? 9 2 Mr. F. Hcrtcn'a br g PRBCTOVS, i*rt ? * U Mr. J. T. Pricr'f ch c HAL.VRLSO, 3m ? S3 Mr. U. Simmon*' br h HALT KINli, iv« ? 8 2 Mr. Tbo». irw»«r*» ch g .\SHDV, im ? U 2 Mr. I. H. Andrews' br c MOM A RJ AY, 3*r» .. .. » 0 Mr. 'A. ClirfnceV br or btk m OW^KNXK, 6yr« » 0 Mr. W, .1. Par i b or br c MULFORD, .»yr* .. .. ' 5 Mr A. OIUn*- ch h TRl'STON KfNT., ? 7 3 Mr. W. F. notterill'. h 1 MALHKUR. 4yr* ? 7 3 Mr. 8. K. ranvmd'a br f KASHGAR. iffed .. .. * 18 Mr. 'A Rinnir'i' h c WINNING POcTT, Jyn.. ., * 9 Mr. r. U...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEBERY RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. NOVICE HANDICAP—[?] furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

ROSEBERY RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. I NOVICE HANPICAP — .-1 furlongs. at lb at lb ?Sheffield ? i 7 Adelin ? 7 7 Clean Sweep ? S 2 Valmara ? 7 7 Dlnard ? ? 8 0 Mungsr ? ? ? 7 7 Lady Murillo .. ..... 7 11 Dallette ? ? *77 Circumspect .. .. .. 7 12 Lady Alicia .. ...» 7 7 ; Sadie C. .. .. .. .. 7 12 Rio Gnnde .. .... 7 7 Siege Girl ? 7 12 Bombira .. .. .... 7 7 Roonry ? 7 9 Sir Kenley.. ...... 7 7 Kenara ? 7 9 Experiment ...... 7 7 Jackomy ? ? 7 v «fuick March ? *77 Nara ? 7 7 Mima ? 7 7 l^dy Nolan ? 7 7 Home Rule 7 7 Sir Coolie ? 7 7 Nemia ? *77 14.1 M.UDEN HANDICAP— 4{ furlong* RridgefleJd ? .50 Strix .. 7 5 My Peggy .. ?? .. .. 8 5 Dolly Grey M 7 3 Fairy Field .. .... 8 2 Mimer Ian .. .... 7 8 Lady Don ? — 8 0 Bay Nell ..—«?« 7 7 Smoky Cope .. ..,.8 0 Tulta .. ..».???? 7 7 Marions ? ? .. 7 12 Continuance «????? 7 7 Glory MM.. .... 7 It 14.2 HANDICAP— 4| furlongs. - China .. .. «. ~ .. 9 1 ? ? 7 7 Native Rose .. — .. 8 12 Tofua .. ?????... 7 7 Miss Field 8 9 Teosinte .. .. ..7 7 L...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL'S ALLUREMENT. [?],000 SPECTATORS ATTEND 20 SOCCER LEAGUE GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

FOOTBALL'S ALLUREMENT. ?ir.7,W-«- SPECTATORS ATTEND 2i- SOCCER LEAGUE GAMES. P.enmrkable testimony to the extraordinary popularity oi Erpll::i professional Soccer too* ball i:i »ontainvd in the tlgurcb relating to tho atti-tidancei an-l rct clpts ot the League und | Cup matches on Octobcr b\ At the present ra'e of proves;; it will not be long before a regular ; Saturday attendance of h^lf a million specla- j tor:., may be expectcd at the gtirucs of the two: principal Lcigueu. j The games !n the Firs: aod Second Division of League i. .m i the first division of the South ern League were attended by 457.000 people, no fewer than ii33,eQ0 witnessing the flrst division matches alone. , St reiyl .KC.o^Jj wire . {/rpJcpii^ AJton .Villa'a appearance at Blackburn attracted a tremen dous crowd, estimated at -15,000, and the gate re ceipts, X'U'eo, ,vcre a record for the ground. The («li'.:;gow Cup llnal nt Glasgow was seer, ty Ta.Oi'O people, who paid £1570 — a record for the competition. Tbe...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRY PADDLES HOME TO VICTORY. HIS "RHYTH[?]IC BEAUTY." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

BARRY PADDLES HOME TO VICTORY. I HIS 'RHYTH».:tC 1JEAUTY.' Ernest IUrry, the young waiertnan whose me teoric career na» raiseu I-ingllt-h professional sculling fioui the lowest depths to a plnnacb: of puullc Intvrest, defeated Edward Durnan easily by two and a hutr lengths on Octobcr 14. There was uo doubt about the result of the race from the moment when 'Doggctt' Cobb, kneeling iu the stake-boat, gay in Uls scarki coat and cap ond sllv/r badge, let go. One realised that had Darry even lost the advantage u-hii'h vnm h p.ivi- him he woulil still be in a i lass altogether above his opponent. Harry's stylo would have couvcrted any or.'i to an Interest in sculling. The steady swing of his hody, th- symmetrical opening ot his ches' at tne begtnnlng of the stroke, the perfection ut his blade-work, and tbe straight hard drive of his Ivgs gave his sculling rhythmic beauty. Human, by contrast, seemed clumsy. His el bows lost their level now and then, and his boa; gave a lurch ; bis knees sw...

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 — 23 November 1912

I C A *S T CTO ntv R V r A R K * A C S S, ? ? TO-DAl. TO-DAY. C« r r a rk TTcXi I T0-DA1. TrfDAY

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE BONE-SHAKER. CAUSE SURPRISE IN THE STREETS OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

THE BONE-SHAKER. CAfSES SURPRISE IX THE STREETS OF LONDON. v A London newspaper refers, with rnme nmaie n.cr.t. io rhc far: thnt r. rar.n war, seen riling i 'Mrh hbv.-'e' through rome of the prinrlpit '? t r''- t of London on a recent Sunday. Thla ' ,-!iad ? thi' j»i» ^t ,' it appears, made his way Flc't-.:tivet, uloiii; the Stran-l, und ah.::-.: 1 '.-mbr:d:;r-eirrus as part --! bi- d.iy'a lour o* the .'?!? iro}-olls. His paee is alb-'-vd to have 5 ri n tin- fe.rious ami tlang^rou:; on-- of least 5-vin iTiilt -. an hour, inu« !i to the astonish n'wit of iiirn- rons peib .-trians to winiu the 'r'r.'iid old c.rdi:i.iry' Is but a fearful and won derUil -t:e,. to any bar ba rous -- relb- of a dim ra-t. Tlv if '.ore a few, po-.! ibly. --f thos-« who th- ? \»lf tpedint' v.ho \\er-.- r.irrieri ra«-k t.) tho days r. ;i- n tbo tall machine 'as monsroii of nil II :-urvfyod— and l- t'surveyid' a great real ov-r the tops o.' Ihe hedgerow.! In the Int-- : --ver,:ies, wlien the motor-e.M- 4xi\- u...

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

/ 1 A N T K II II I' II V PARK II t'n:7 _ ? t»i»av. ? ? ? 2T:»U'- It is as: good as picking up nuggets to read the 'GLOBE' regularly. It enriches all readers, there for don't miss it on any occasion. If you don't ' j sec it, ' ASK FOR IT, I 'Globe,' pleas;. CA-NIFioRD^RV~^r RACES,! TO-DAY.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY CRISIS IN WEST OF ENGLAND COMMISSION MAKING INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

RUGBY CRISIS IN WEST OF ENGLAND COMMISSION MAKING INQUIRIES. The Rugby (riMs in Devon Is now assuming alarming proportions, anj the English Rugby l*n|nn Commission appear to have had a tangled skein of eyb'.eni r to unr-'«*ei ,m'l a en'ii al situa tion to deal w 1 1 ? i . It in nnderst-n.i tb.-t K. f.lli;criin. of Devon Albion, and C. Ed-.uird!'. la;-.- of Plymouth, and. now of Devon All lou. have teen summoned to appi nr. and ali » C. Malb tt. of Newton Abbott. 'Ihe books of the Devon Rutfby L'aion and of all ?h' senior »luh? in the eouhfy are to be pre-. du-»d for insp-ctioti. ana the seven suspended uQ'elals have also received notices to attend. The Cornwall Rugby Colon allso appears to be nffeetcd, as Mr. Dennis La wry. the hon. secre tary, lb to be present with the county books, nnd F. C.llbert, who represented the county against tbe South Africans, and Is now playing tor the Devonport United Services fifteen, has also been requested to attend. The Camborne club has received a ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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OUR TURF TIPS ARE GIVEN ON PAGE SIX. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

! OUR TURF TIPS j j ARE GIVEN ON J j ' PAGE SIX. known Jn the eighties as a contemporary of the Renshaws. He bad no orthodox back-hand stroke, but would quickly change his racket and drive nearly as hard with his right hand as with his left, as did Miss Maud Shackle, champion of Kent (1S91-3) ; a sound baee-Jhier, who could generally pass the most nimble vol leycr. Kenneth Powell fEnjrlfind* — * r*M»n f nKtaii of Cambridge six : his promise of some years ago has scarcely been fulfilled ; essentially a voJIeyer wbo draws on his powers as a track athlete (he made the hurdles record— )5 3-5sec —for Cambridge v Oxford. 1907) to secure a win ning position at the ncj. Tho late F. M*. Payn (England)— Champion of Scotland (1903) ; another left-hander who was essentially a vollcyer. As a rule, left-handed players have developed one or two more strokes than others, and an not remarkable for tbelr all-round capacity Generally speaking, as in the case of Brooke's. Reals Wright, and Dwight Davis...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOHNSON'S "BROTHERLY LOVE." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

JOHNSON'S 'BROTHERLY LOVE.' Chicago, Octoter 11. — Jack Johnson, champion heavy-wolgbt pngili.-l, had his brother Charley arrested here yesterday, charging him with grand larceny, forgery, obtaining money under false pretences, and a few other offences, and elnimcd that the prosecution w,i«; nn evidence of 'bn'hvrly love.' The c hampion swore out the warrant and ap peared against Charley in the Municipal Court. These are the charge;. Jack enumerated against his brother : Purchasing automobile tires from a local con eern and (harglng the cost. IMdoI., to Jnck Johnson. j Peeking himself In a gorgeous brorvn and red 1 | cheque to which he signed the nnme ''Jack . Obtaining a supply of clcctrlc light bulbs from nn cicatrical concern and again feigning the champion 3 name. Writing a letter to D. F. Moscly, Jack's at torney. and requesting the loan of' 20dol. 'for , your friend Jack.' Johnson sr.ys he did not get any of the 20dot Tnc worst thing Charley did, according to Jr.cl: s tc-fi'.l...

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

| SPORT SALAD BY THE '6ATURDAY REFEfltt ANO j ' ARROW' STAFF, s | The suggested visit of an English lacrosse t*'11*1 1 to Australia Is not to take place. The EnglUh I nnrty asked for a guarantee of £IS-™. and eicn man of 15 wanted 5' per day as travelling ex penses over and above the usual liMel and railway fares. These conditions make It ira ! possible, frc.m the Australian point of view. ; Moreover, they indicate that amateurlom In English lacrosse Is not flourishing. Among aldermanle candidates for the City Council are two representative Rugby Union footballers, vlr... Alderman Reginald Harris, tho old Glebe and 'Varsity forward, who lUtrceodcrt bis late father : and Mr. J. W. Maund, thi one-time University, half-bank, and later full back of Eastern Suburbs. -The latter, however, has been' rejected on the ground that his narno is not on the roll. \nother of the city aldermen. Mr. E. Llndiay gresslve Mr. Hugh D. Mcintosh, wh^ Is out for tbe Maequarle Ward. Some few year* earlier M...

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

RUGBY LEAGUE - The New So-:t!i Wales Rurfjy Lcacuc has de- ' elded to await the Icttcty^frnni 1 :».? Eugllsh Northern l'nl« n buforc /laklng a-y -Mrther steps In lnviu:.» an En^Wjii team to vlai; Aus ^ / Vivian Fu-::^orth' will l^ave Sydney to-day ; to fill an e.-gt-yaicni with the 01 !ham Club. Ho will be it loss to Ms clui. and to tno State. Aft* : j laylug with the Marrickvlllc ' Club, which wor tho.BOconJ ^rado P.ugby Union premlershl»- lie joired Newtown, with whom -he r* -d till the 'Wallahv ' f.ecesslon, when ho j- ? ! ihe tourists In their defection. As a Lea^ - oyer ie h«» repreJ^nted New South Wii . .ustmlla. and Au.«tialasia. and was a mc9- : '? l^e 'Kangaroo ' team waich toured Faci ':J 19H-1-. 'Wager' ?? nfy)' i The flm Rugby football co. : ::tion in Sydney was played U) . 1008. ? ?-

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

f— ? ? ? '? For Saturday's Sport Reports J and criticisms by Sport Experts . 1 ' read ths 'Sunday Times.' .I.

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

O AILING RACE ? THIS '^ERNOON ^ ' SYDNF-Y FLYiNA SOUADRON.. . 18ft. CHAMPIONSHIP. THRER Phi STK \MKRS )Oit..v RACE. I.ADY RAWSOV ealU nine*# Peir- l*»'rnK0HEF (lOf.O) i».fi I.APV R.\U'S»'*V t7.Srti '??Fett.Mte' OU.rie 3.10. Kli.nO \ H CSM ? ? ? 2 3S Pemt »rreet 2..1S. tr.-\ \-»rUngHT'f '1 . Pia»enc#r« m«- lir.d at rjurk Ulinri »nd vi»-« nf dm mn . finlih. I.ADIFS, «d. C.F.NTI.rMJ V. ' . ' 10 . LA-DILS, 6d. tEeVTLESID, l/« a'vv.'.X ,

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

The Referee ANOTHER WORLD'S RECORD NEWSPAPER. STANDS FIRST IN SPORT AND PASTIME FAMOUS AMERICAM LETTER REGULARLY. AL80. A COMPREHENSIVE THEATRICAL DEPARTMENT. tuhf tennis football CRICKET 8AILING ATHLETICS ROWING BOXINQ WRESTLING SHOOTING' ' WOOD-CHOPPINO- BOWL8 BASEBALL LACROSSE HOCKEY FISHING, BILLIARDS SWIMMINO ETC,' ETC. '? 13/6 PER ANNUM, POST FREE. j ' OFF'CE : 136 CA8TLEBEAGH-STREET, SYDNEY.

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

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

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