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FOOTBALL RUGBY UNION [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

[?] [?] [?] The New Zealand ' nugbt; tbat provision be made covtr a knock-on by reaches tho grpt^;. ^ It has also decided forward by providing ccrummagc shall TCt^oss the bacte\r*ok And it nas ocen.' the advantage ru 1 is-it All three are renr' Laws of the gam«-^ ^ ind New Zealand. y'l-'- 1 J The fornla a American But Lhe to 3 even ;T--. They be bo to Speaking annual tisli Rugby ^-lr. 'Tv*. tiring be waa Ireland match last season, and' to a, man who finest English three-quarters gentleman that . the back play in England continued He agreed, aod hoped tbey would a game In which only, sprinters letca could play. '.They wanted no Their obje.t must be to attract played the game lor the There were, he was convinced, at the sea as ever catnc out of day players would only use their endeavor to outv.lt their opponentS;.i-ti|^^^^^^^^H get more the game' This to. dropped any kind of gti^l-klcklng lu The. this particular game by th-- Australians in Am£rlra\g^HH^^^^^H force to remarks lo The Bn...

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

' CYCLING. \-.w. i'mI'm. I'-nior. r«e milr amateur ehamipon : N.^.w.. Arricultueal ';roun-| ^Central Cumber-, !..:?! « I'll-, -m. u.l t-ienr- milr* i hsnipit^rshlp, Wejjwn -. j.i i 'ni i » ?» ; r.-«jdvvfy Club, tt'C milea road race, Bun

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETIC GOSSIP (Athletic Articles appear on our Front Page.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

ATHLETIC GOSSIP [j I ® Br 'MEAT0R.' .) I (Athletlo Article! aDDear on our. Front Pane.) Ask? I whether be thougat there was a neces sity or otherwise for an Australasian Olympic Council. Mr. E. S. Marks remarked : — ' 'I had a number of Interviews with Baron Pierre de Combetln. nnd other members of the International Committee, and, as 1 have said, they- were greatly surprised to hear tbat tbe various States and Australasia had not formed an Australasian Olympic Council. They told ffic that It Is absolutely necessary that such a body should be formed before the Games in 1916 take place, especially as more detail work will be ] necessary, rer«onally I am also ot that opinion, j ln 1314, nt Paris, four representatives from ] each ot these Olympic Councils will meet to draw up rules for guiding tuture games, and discuss k number of details as to racing rules* definition of an amateur, etc. It Is certain tbat 1 the deliberations of this conference will be en dorsed by the international C...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]AILING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

SAILING. t: -- -i ; Va:ht Snuadron. Fairfax Ctrp raee t Syd »?,. I'fig .-?pudr-T. T Srt. Champiorshlp ; ft. George I - ?: ; » -» : r-*r. Jaekson SVIff- Club, ' handicap ; j * It Liul», handirap-; Rjiaiain Amateur Club,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT: THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

THE THEATRE BY ' BOZ.' WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT : THE THEATRES, HKR M.UKSTVS.— 'The Quaker Girl.' THKATRK ROVAI..— 'Ben llur.' rntTKHION.— 1 'The (iambirr'n Sweethrtrt.' AI1KI.PH1.-S-* Melodrama. PAI.APK. — Woman of ImpulM.' THE VARIETY THEATRES. TMK TTVOI.I. — Ma* Franklin Troupe. ?-.;*7'2NAI' ampmthkatrk.— violet Black. I ItlNCKSS.— ViudcUtle Hnttrtalners. MUSICAL COMEDY. Another sucessful week bas been placed to the credit of 'The Quaker Girl' at Her Majesty's. Since th« retirement of Mr. Bertie Wright from the Royal Comic Opera Co.. Mr. Ernes. Lnshbrooke has been playing the part of Jere miah. To-night Mr. Jack Cannot will be seer. In the part. Mr. Cannot was brought to Aua- 1 tralla for the 'Jack and Tho Mean&tnlk' pan« tomlme. His best work after he Joined the Williamson New Comic Opera Co. *ar as :hc car conductor in 'The Girl In The Train.' The English comedian will be the new Tweedlepunch when 'Florodora' is revived here f-t tbe clos.» of 'The Quaker Girl' run. 'BEN HUR...

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

.'motoring. ' ' Motor Cycle Club of N.S.W., petrel consumption teat, C rnif r,i:ial Par'i ; Motor V«cht--*lub of-N.S.W., gtr era', l.^nJlfcap (-ircrnoon- ami Venetian ctening, Rcse Vn*\

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

SAILING @ By 'FREE-SHEET.' 53 j 'At r.t»i it »temcd * little ] An 1 thru it ?t-cmcd * m:»t; j H ittotr.j „rv! inoml, ana -t last A cr.-uin .tupc, 1 wi»t.' . .» In his anxiety to circumnavigate the world ) the tic* Queen, the lutiepld captain Vo»s e^l ] atntiy did not go Into the question of cOinicB in regura to the ratio o: rcslstancofc Sea Queen's masts as compared with the onaljl I to teach the Marshall islaucs before ncr mJizV j went by the board, and her mainmast vr» | sprung. It was found neccssary to return V I Yokohama, Japan, tor repairs. | \ There were any number of races down fO- i decision on Saturday last, and these were i sailed to u finish, although the wind was ll£P,| aud changeable. j.j The victories of the two RawhitJs in tfc ? Royal Prince Alfred raccs brought great nf Jolclng. as well as a dinner at Paris House tho crewa. Both yachts did exceedingly ! Raablti I. conceding starts to all her rivals, ax*! eventually winning by lmln 5sec from CulwuC^' III.., after all...

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

' ~ , ATHLETICS./ East St dncy Club, handicaps at Rose Bay.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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DONALDSON'S BRILLIANT RUN OVER 130 YARDS. NEW BRITISH RECORD BY THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

DONALDSON'S BRILLIANT RUN OVER 130 YARDS. NEW BRITISH RECORD BY THE AUSTRALIAN. Jack Donaldson, tbe Australian 'Blue Stre'ak.' has now conclusively proved to lovers of pedes trianlsm that be is really the great runner that he has beon described. On ht:i tlrst visit to Enginnd he did not show to advantage, and i many were inclined to doubt bis remarkable performances n other countries. His 12 seconds, lor 13u yards ut the Sydney Sports Ground was a genuine feat, clocked hv acknowledged m. perm. But thobe who saw that race knew that, Donaldson had run as probably no mau bud ever run before. i This present visit to England, he has proved what a great runner he really is. and of what lie Is capable. How he beat A. B. Pontic nnd R. K. Walker over 100 yards at Weaste will never be forgotten by those who *nw It, and on October 10 ho established a new British record for 130 vards by covering the distance lu 12 ;i-lb?ec. He accomplished this feat ai Pontypridd In a race with Walker for the c...

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

BOXING/ ? -'-I Paul Til v Jack Bead, Ilu»hcutter'a Bay'Stadium, at '

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

VICTORIA T.\RK; Thurxlsy. Pclara was th' only hor«e to u« the cour»c rroper, a*i' h? «?? :t-«*.t?ei«'d' t.» pave work. On thtr middle utju trJi^ the hurdles utic out 13 yari-. Lady Mil eter -oie:c.| tJvi- mrliti?* in l.f. fan Out and Mutilator ran nine furlong*. l»-*r were not irtins to ttuke faa: tlTe. On ttv* tan IJ^rmic Ikn a»J Sir llowari ijirinted three furlong* In 3^'*r. Pradvn: Prim* '.um .i mrlong I further in Fancy \ -t «a^ r--«p«-ti»i?»:-- : r s»i - ! furtong* l»t 1.J1. La ll.i-inc p »i in i -*'i I r.i.».-i. Lepta i gnt i.n-r 1i.il? _ - rtnl -- :n I-n; {(--llira, N.»!f?ra. Oil I Tclita, l^rn;.'.-r' ,^r, 1 1 j-thct^-n'y .-« tn -liA jx . A. B. JONES, THE NEW SOUTH WALES CHAMPION AND DAVIS CUP REPRESENTATIVE.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BY JOVE, REAL RUGBY! [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

BY JOVE, REAL RUGBY! 'By Jove : That was real Rugby, doncho'* know ?' remarked un Englishman who had not seen a game of Rugby for many years, nt tho conclusion of the struggle between the War.t tahs aud Barbarians at St. Ignatius' ground.*, San Francisco, says 'The Chronicle.' - Tho Aus tralians won by the comfortable margin of 25 to b. but this score docs not In any measure represent the wonderfully keen contest that was served up for the spectators, who lost their vnlena lonir heforr? the end It was a hum-thriller from start to finish, tho ball travelling In lightning fashion from one end nf the field to the opposite. At ona moment the Barbarlun would be hemming their opponents on their own goal line with a scoro probable, and within the shake of the prover bial lamb's tall the visitors would Initiate ono of their brilliant passing rushes which usually resulted iu u try. Most of the Waratah scores were born in their o-vn half oi* the t'old, and they had an abundance of defending t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHT[?]] RESERVED. CHAPTER XIV [?]— HIS LORDSHIP. T[?] AMPIRE." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

[?] y ? ? »| | r -/? ?'?'sV?. Author of 'Crifl Cormte,' 'Th* Calm of lh« I BY MADGE :-BA|i.OW. b'*'' 't'' Stc,tl ' '' 0l,tk B'' to- ?''VV'^V^AMi righI - RESERVED.) CHAPTER XIV (rial.)— HIS, jLORDSHIP. Ti vamiiki:. He sank Into hrrr.y riLvmSorv.ByH dreams r prc««cd him. He «ontcnded nil'- night with c ! things lUnt .-ccr.r.n to be -Mi )vav. with him .1 tht pobrcrslon of Flyn. j Daylight brought Horace, ;Dorn \-a? look.: out over the mi.-^y heather. and .tilt) not rrla j round till apo k-.u to. 'What .rl-ayc you ? , tided to i!o ?' iii'.kcil Horacc. , j 'Hustle,' .milled Dom. but' ..the pmlle ?- i weary, 'I'm gol&g to rush 'Feic,. neclng tl .| InnMnnl fa rill-h .WC. .I'll SPCak l--^ - u tVo morning of her hirtlulay.. ; If again ? v.-ted I'll Kt.vc tiic tom^ry, Jolu come c*pe tton tli At uremics to be jcrllous, and put « nd oi my lite to bpttrr uco than the r.-n « 1 will not molPPt Cbt'veral. r 'Why should ? .My rlvnl Ipu'i r.crcnsarlly «£' enemy, ar1 . has treated -mo deccnily...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TALK. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

| TENNIS TALK. | 1 © Or 'AUSTRAL.** © ° I (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.) U last Marsh struck his old. game, s&d workel .-lose in to the net. and going'for winners every. iJmc .nor^l rep( itedly. Metcalfe was lm ?, ',,..i'ilv it.eif and the pace ot their atta»iC tf.tm Ifcf llr.-t set ,m,| Ihe leal n'll Into Ne accord. Then the Davlr Cup pair re-asserted ihrmarlve.,, and wor. decisively. To take a stl Itom them Is a distinct achievement. A B. Jones bad not bad sufficient time afttr his'trli) to strike form, nnd instead of being the better of hlc pair, he was not so good as Wrfctat. Consequently the Victorian pairs proven too strong for them ; but then they are.alJ very strong. We hnd a lucky escape from what would hiv* been the record win of all the 21 rubbers. Ths score la now 26 to 24. The entries for ths Victorian events total 630. Easily a record. 0*rr 100 matches a t!ay muet be played, lo the first round of 18 matches only one tie does not includo one championship-holder at lea...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]T [?]TLE [?]W. [?] RIGHTS R. [?] NOT [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

[?] [?] ^r'uIuts jk; NOT I ? arrrllcd. ' jMn aod . HI wind i-nfylde's! ,ihl Cul- I ;;r.iugcd. j and H [ ??r. De; | Bamfylde '.Vr, tut br' intimacy . ? Ion r^.elatloiroK sh mui nd iiiipb, spoiled .tralnln? u ^ 0 u s they , In the one . doom 'be 8oulh 2 f aupe!n% the mn yrrjiyrt??' ^^^sSrtlr. »jfie^»r«*^4^^ J-*™' ^ I X to Brisbane, and U was while manacu.K ?- Palais Royal rooms there that bo tauun «? ? ^ ho» to Rolln off the red. Tbe [ ;» ; broken blsJarm at school, and durlnc t « .. . . . .insisted his lathL-r. He bccame «o r.l.i .j ? with the Jastlme thit he never *».n . his books.] The.tahlc and the Woof^ were his dttraetion. and by rcol barn ?? b«y perfeJtcd hi? own method of s:-orir.^ . he stood -yitfcout an equal In the world . Later of. »hen the glamor of the red-hail h«- ! been dlirfcied. the youth may do equal!} at Th:\t Is culled 'all-round billiards. ior vrrsAtilof execution of fancy and ma5?e ..*r:.« ? he fhoV« #ueh skill ihat ll may only ! ^ question of seriously giving q...

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

CCRRFSPON DENTS ARE REQUE6TEO TO NOTE fHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION LETTERS TO 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICE ON THURSDAY J F POSSIBLE.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

BASEBALL A correspondent writes ? 'Labt Saturdoy'a t,. me M Epplng Rccreatlon Gt-mn.l.s Inckcd th'.* j ummI t t ap. owing to the absence of old players : and the presence of new material who were j not acquainted with local plnyjr*. and were a! hi* rrckward. Some American /-1 ivora turned I i p for the first time In Australia, and shaped j i.:,otNlngly. The handling o! the ball was | r.harp. and al) kinds of curves, drops, etc., were the order of the day. The Browns were at sea to Machardo's benders. Matbewson, be hind the plate, shaped well—a catcher of tome stvl'. Herondon, Bury Brothers, Brown. Thomas. Lebane, and Bragg showed form. Stacey's catching was good. At Eppln* to-day there will be another same. ^

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. I Tbe question of the Interpretation In the Law as to the goalkeeper using his hands has been considered by the English Association. Th council has endorsed the opinion of the Consultn tive Committee, viz.. 'thai if the goalkeeper handled the ball outsldo the- penalty area tbe free kick resulting was one from which a goal Bight bo scored direct under Law 9. Tbls is a dedaion, and will bu communlcptca to other National Aasoeiiiiieua. A POINT IN FOOTBALL. Mr. G. Holt, of Bury, tho referee, who had charge of the English Cup-tie at Stalybrldge be tweeu tbe Celtic and Ahrlncbam, discovered at half-time that his watch had stopped, and he hud actually playod four minutes short. Be foro starting the second half he hud a long consultation with both captulns in tbe centre of the field, and they agreed to play 41» minutes, j The qucKtlon was then raised as to whether a referee has power to add four minutes to a second half when he has played short time. The matter bad been...

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

O/a' srtWcjt jpas'k In a es vV^o-dat. ? :-«t66ai'* ?' 1 ? ' ' ? I & ' ' ? '. . ; . ? .

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS PERFECTION OF BILLIARDS. STEVENSONS AND FALKINER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

j SPORT IN OTHER LANDS ri-RFECTION OP BILLIARDS. STEVENSON AND IWl-KINEIl. There is no holding Stevenson at the prcsn.t t!me. (n a fo»ir-Ua-s' game of (JOno up wit,; Falklner, who had been performing prominent ly in Hie prellmlnaiy billiard tournament at Hollo-square. Stevenson, during the first ye^lo:), 'lost' his opponent, nnd made a substatlal In road Into the start he wns giving the young player from the West of England. | When a player averages nearly IH and reach?r. his necessary points iu a triHc under an bout, there In palpable evidence of sterling billiard qualities. Stevenson showed delightful form, nnd scored 750 to 77, At his, first reol opportunity he made a run of 232, and later lie had matters all his own wny, for, with consecutive items of 1G5, 219, mid Fl unfinished, he reached points. ? Perfect billiards Is the only term which can properly describe Stevenson's work, which from beginning to end was crowded with Wevor strokes, tho delicacy , of touch lu close-cannon ...

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