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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
SWIMMING. Tho New South WtOca Amateur Swimmlns As sociation's annual meeting will be held at the Sports Club on Thursday next, October 10. The business embraces consideration of the Council's Report and hon. treasurer1- audited balance sheet. To elect the office-bearers and consider the foUo'ivlug notice of motion by Mr. F. Cum UO yards be placed on tho list of long-distanco handicaps promoted by tho Association during tho cominc tieason.' l_) 'That a fourth prize bo given in connection with the three miles han dlc-p.' yi* you do nut -co the 'Globe' e-pesed for sale, hin. a diit with tho newsagent.
SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
SAILING Dy 'WEATHER-EYE.' Sailing men will bo pleased to learn thnt Mr. .tanu-n Young, the hon. Eccrctary of the Sydney I-'Iyins Squadron, who has been hove-to l;i 'Illauket Da:-' (or somo little time, has suffi ciently recovered to bo aUlo to leavo the hos pital, and lo ta\o a trip vrcst for tho benefit of hla health. The long lino, of skiffs Balling down the har tor last Saturday, announced tho fact that they wero also participating In tho opening races of tho season, Assesal, Sydney, Intrepid, Austral, and Greta, in iho order given, wero tho first Tho blR fleet of amateurs under tho flag of tho Balmaln Cl-Jb wcro In evidence for tho first time thla season last Saturday. Tho result of the raco was a win for Mlllc (E. M. Matthews) by the narrow margin of ono second, from her bigger rival, Idolhca. Tho opening nutter of tho C-footcrs U.u Saturday was highly sallsfactorr to too little chaps, who managed lo ncKollato tho lower har bor (Clark Island) courso In tho light brcc« In great ...
GOLF GOSSIP. END OF GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP IN SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
GOLF GOSSIP. Dy 'THE COLONtL. END OP COLP CHAMPIONSHIP IN SIGHT. saturuay wub na jueai uay inr nn ouunuw. sports, nnd as irolf occupies the somewhat unique position ot beitiu an all-lh.'-!-«''-rouna game, nil tho Knks »-i-re v.tll jiatrosifc.l. MoJt of the big events of tho season have been dis posed ot, and there are only two or three cham pionships yet io t'^ played for, as winter Is our true polling ;;''a.™n, nnd In tbo middle ot any rate l;t not t.Itouethcr the pustlruc to en thuse over. In thin connection, however, the murhdej pls'ed nine-hole ecir'er. have an advantage over at the luiL'-irar post; although -vo OIIW lienrd of a player helni; disqualified for cnterlns t''' club-house at the enil cf tho nr»t nine hnlef. und thuii delaying play whilst ho quailed a cup of tea. .Any dilllcult;- or doubt, however, under this head can easily be set at rest by u local rule, permitting nt n few minutes' delay, for tea or rmokc-ho: as they term it In the shear Ing sheds. ? MANLY CLCn'S C...
CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. First Grade—Sept. 28 and Oct. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
CRICKET. ^T^V SOUTH WALES CUICKCT AESOCIATIOX. Fint Grade — SrM. :S and Oct. I. FlUSr OIUDE.-illddle lUrtior t. Bunrood, at M«nly, A Lucu and W. a. Krcncli ; (iletx v. Ililnuln, -t Went ?Korth P»rk, H. TlioniUnralte and 1. UinS ; Gordon v. PetenluR), at Uhat«-A-ooil, It. Waugh and Seymour ; Ontnl Cumberland r. -*orth Sydney, a* Parnmatta, J. Slcholla and P. Wallace ; Warctlty r. Unlvenity, It. Callawa/ and A. C Jonu ; Paddin^lon r. S/dney, at Ituahcuttcni Ilj.v Oral, W. Curran and Tunihull i Htd Icrn (a bjt) nUl pla/ the .Vrprau AaraclUioa at l'cnritb on October 5. SECOND GIt.U)E.-St. Gmixc r. Gordon, at Iltintrfllc, P. 0. WiUon and W. lllhcll ; North Sy Jnry v. Middle Harbor, at North Sydney. £. 11. Darli and S. Smith ; tt-irmwd t. Glel», at St. I/uleV (Durtreod), C. A. Clark and TV'. II. Darls : Ntnrto-.ra v. lUntalcl, at Jubilee Tark, S!iav and Jorec ; luhnjln v. Jlcxman, at IUlmiin. llirainec and lvlrkbv ; MaiTlckrnic v. Warerlry, S.C.G. No. 2, Ore and Willianu ; U!:!ihj[dt V. r...
LACROSSE. THE CURTAIN DROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
LACROSSE. (Dy 'CAN'ADIA.') Till-: CURTAIN DROPS, jno last 01 lacrosse until ncit winter was com last SaturJay, the MZ Reason being obout tho lonK^st (^n record in thrsp parts. The final of final* participants were Poternham .in-I Syilnt'j*. In tho previous panic Sydney were abls to secure u one-goal win (C-5) from tho I Maroon.-;, and on the strength of that perform ance kit' hot favorites for premiership honors. I The big game, however. Bottled matters, and 1'ctrrsham ably won n hard-foucht .Ururnle S-;. They thus relaln the premlerBhlp for thi- fourth r.ucccsslte year, n record never before nihli-vrd by nny ntlier trai-j since the game commenced In this Slate 2'J years ago. Tho Homo and Mollctt Shield becomes their nbsolute property, and they have first leg-!n for the Ltnd Cup. Tho Spaldlng Pennant which the club won In 1M.1 has Just heen presented, so that with this galaxy of trophies the club will need to take out an insurance policy asainrt burglary. It Is bad luck for Sydney t...
THERE'S A SOVEREIGN FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAP-SHOTTED GROUP (WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT, MISS RAY MEREDITH, "CANBURY," VICTORIA-ROAD, MARRICKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
THERE'S A SOVEREIGN FOR SOMEONE I THIS SNAP-SHOTTED GROUP '' (WlM.'.ttt CF L.'.CT SATURSAY'S 3NAPSS10T, M13 G KAY MEREDITH, 'CAN3URY.' VICTORIA-ROAD, MARRfCKVlLLC nr,r,r.n,^'° abovo !s a Pbo'osraplile. rcprcauctlon ot a group taken recently. Tbe FIRST (but no otber) member of this group who presents himself at 'THE SATURDAY REFbKLh AND THh AIUIOW ' OFFICE, 13C13S Castlcrcagli Street, AND IS IDENTIFIED AS BEING ONE OF THE GRODP.wlll bo paid O.NE SOVEREIGN. All who concern thomaolves in this will bo ?understood to asreo to accept tho paper's decision as final. Tho business of identification will bo entrusted to a member of 'Tho Saturday ^n^i^^r^'An^iZ^Suir0T0GRAPmC C0MPETITJ0* *'» »pp«- in ~« ?»»«. «-- -''«» -'' '--?-? '-°^ ^vr for 'the SArm
FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER VII. (Cont.)—WILES OF THE SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH n«. alt An^T C A T? I fWif Author of 'Cflfl Cormlo,' 'The Coirn ot Iht BY MADGt tSAKLUW. Bidjer.' 'Th. S.trtt of the Black Boa,' 4o. l.M.i, j:]ij!ITS jiksi:I!Vi:d.i CIIAI'TKR VII. (Cont.)— WILKS 01' THK SBUPENT. 'It isn't worth tho trouble. Tlyn will du thnt »h-a she h';\r:i who you really are. Your Lame Is linked In her thoughts with Lik-IIt'i.. 'Thanks to whom :' 'Uorac of course,' smiled Iit ladyBblp^ blandly. 'He's a choc-kins gcMlp. ao.l you know how ho loves you. Now you don't love eillioi of us. yet loolt at my forbearance. 1 dldn'. peach list night, and I ivon't If you trc.il inn in a nice coinlnly manner. It's lor your on I-'lyn'. I tin use it for your iencut by aad by, wbeu tou'vo gaJ.-ic-J .r.ucb a hold 0:1 hVr affec tlo.-is that she'll forgive you almost anything. I iMiln't mean to. hut — hut ocrhapn I owe you a vlcn Horace and Old and the whole pack of screeching parrots were raising a din about you and poor me. Certainly I owe you a good It d...
WOMEN IN SPORT BASKET-BALL TOURNAMENT. ON EIGHT-HOUR DAY. THE GAMES VALUE FROM A MORAL AND PHYSICAL STANDPOINT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
WOMEN IN SPORT (By 'OMNES.') ? I BASKET-BALL TOURNAMENT, ON EIGHT-HOUR DAY. THE GAMES VALUK FROM A MORAL AN1 1'HYSICAL STANDPOINT. Basket-ball Is a game rapidly^ BalnlnB popo. This same was Invented »-' Wl\''a''1m ^'l ao^r^ears-brck S« S gSS while he «ati on a visit from New Z'-''-''-?; nnd though the general body does not know of It as of cricket, football, icunis, ?-??.-. ?- , ?- catching on. and has made quite an iropresa.on on those who play. The youns women of this country were not slow to recognise It os n pactlmo eminently suited to them, for It is exceedingly healthful and InvlcoratlnE In a whole-hearted, genuino wlrlt-of cnihu.fi.m7 many Indies set dlllEently to work forming clubs for the purpose of ar rnnsins matches, and from this quite recent start, the same has followed those of men. In the fsct that there Is now regular and well manaccd competition, with an Association In control. The New South Wales I'rKbytcrlan Fellowship Association's Tournament to be de cided ut It...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. ItlCE, lMrOHTElt OF UWS TEN'NIS ilKQUISriD!. f-LJZEXGKIt. AYIIKS. SI'AI.DIXO k DAVIS HACK™. HACKI.T3 UF'I'Alltl'U ASD IIE-STilON'a. CrounJ Fl-rcr, EquitabV DulMinji, ?Pho-ic. City 2(10. UtLOUOK STREET. ' Lawn Tennis in Australasia ' Ilr 'AUSTRAL' (KI-IIIMJOKC) WITH FIXTV ACTION riiOTOS OF MIOOK' ASD OTHER FAMOUS 1'I.AVF.IIS ' A critlml aualy.!. el ll-,.; nholos and of Ihc modem came. t-i-paraU' inttorics of On- same ami of the Davis Cup jn Auslrolaita. ,AI| Auitrallan rccordi. 0th,' J' trrertlli? and Inactical articles. How to make a eo'iirt ?ad a cement ralltr, Sc. Cloth bound, crowu octavo - ^ ? PBICE tl-WORTLX BEADY, ?
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. SOCCER NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. SOCCER NOTES. By 'VOLUNTEEn.' Drspltc the hlrli-qraile efforts of FaSrca lielt, CcnUr.r.iuc nnd Co., to-daj's Deal at Kp plns tiliould be Interesting. Will Ilalmaln annex Iho lUsrcon permanent ly ? Ask tho Sydnryltcs ? There'll be 'some- thing doing,' aurc. They are level on points, and each has a victory C to 1 In both cases) over tho others. Tlio bIeob point to a wcll-louRht samo, a re mark which applies to Iho early, flituro also. Congratulations to tho black and gold Aaso clatlon Cup team on their record. Anothor ceaaon, and they'll be level with tho Balmaln ?Twos not their fault that the dccldlne cimo was EomethlnB of a fiasco. Aa Secretary Whal ley pins It, 'thoro aro wash-outs In every family.' ? It -could bo Invidious to lndlrtdnallao tho xlnnern on last Saturday's Kama, but a pit for 'Bluey' on his debut as a forward. Goo-iclilld and Sparso showed to »dran— xe, deapllo '.ho odds. Andrews was a crrat trycr, whllo Lo Lean comes through with honors. Mitchell s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
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(By "WARATAH.") EXIT, KING FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
(By 'WARATAH.') EXIT, KTN'O FOOTBALL. The season terminated on Saturday, -when Sydney and Paddlnston met In tho challenge final for tho New South Wales premie-ship. A disappointing contest ended In Sydney winners by 5-13 («), to 2-3 (15). Tho match will be remembered by tho fact that, ouulde tho premiership honor won, two field umpires officiated. Mr. H. naD Ta5 not a cucccsa In the first half. The Paddlngton supporters vented their angry feelings when tho Interval arrived. Mr. R. Robertson, the well-known North Shore player, and captain of the teams which represented New South Wales at tho carnival games in Melbourne- and Adelaide lu 1S0S, and 1911 as field umpire in Iho second half, gave complcto ?satisfaction. Tho Lcaguo was formed In 1303 with the following club3 : Sydney. East Sydney. North Shore. Y.M.O.A., Balmalu, I'adillntton, Rcdfern. Xowtown. West Sydney, Alexandria, and Ash flcld— tho last-named taring a local playing area of It3 own. Alexandria failed to answer thn roll ...
AUSTRALIAN RULES. A FEW NOTES BY "OLD TIMER." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 October 1912
AUSTRALIAN RULES. -A FEW NOTKS BY 'OLD TIMER.' Tao Ecd Less play a3 a team, not as Indi viduals. If tho PadUlngtonlaus had let that Idea sink In, they would havo had a sooi chance of winning tbo premiership. Running with tho hall proved their undoing. Individually Lhcre 13 not much difference be tween tho teams, hut Sydney la a3 much Indicate Thalr knowledge of tho valuo of position too, was better than l'ittidlu^ton'3. They havo made a great stud}- of lha came In all Its phased, not thinking when rcarkiuz. klcUlns. and hand, ling have been fairly well maitorcd, that thero Is nothing clao to learn. Sydney's play, however, was not *o sound as usual. They did not scatter as well; too many of them going Into tho ruck for n greater portion of the match. It often happens tbat mediocre football Is witnessed in a Dnal. The Importance of the event seems to affect the playors. who fumble and leave tnelr places, and dtf other thing? not usual with them. 'Feeling,' too, was shown on Saturday, ...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
SWIMMING. Tbe Sydney Ladles' Swimming Club's annus! report tells ot a progressive season, with In creased Interest by Its members lu swimming and life-saving last season. Twenty ne'.v mem bers were proposed at the annual meeting. Thc patroness of tho club Is Lady Chelms ford; president, Mrs. Hugh D. Mcintosh; vko presiacnis, stcsuumcs uuist, Brown, ran:, jr vlne, Wlllery, Brandon; committee. Misses Gosper, Warren, Lovelace, Lundin, West, Hin der, Webb, Beaumont; handicappcr. Mrs, D. Brown; captain. Miss Mina Wylle; vico-captaln. Miss N. Hennebry; hon. treasurer. Miss A. R. Cobbiu; hon. secretary, Mrs. W. Chambers. At thc Roso Bay Baths the Sydney Ladles' Swimming Club will open the season tbls after noon. If the weather bo as suitablo as it haw been during tho v;cek, there should be a good muster. Mr. James Taylor presided at the twenty first annual meeting of tho New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association. Thc report was a bright rccord of tho progress of swim ming In tho State. ...
RUGBY LEAGUE TEAM IN NEW ZEALAND. WHAT AN AUCKLAND CRITIC THINKS OF THE VISITORS AS SHOWMEN AND FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912
RUGBT LEAGUE TEAM IN NEW ] ZEALAND. WHAT AN AUCKLAND CRITIC THINKS OF ' THE VISITORS AS SHOWMEN AND FOOTBALLERS. New Zealand breathes again. Tbo New South Wales Leaguo footballers, who. wo were led to believe, would dazzle this poor little Dominion with the brilliancc aud splendor ot their play, have returned to Sydney. And New Zealandcrs sigh with relief, ponder on what they have seen, and decide that after all. thc kaleidoscope was not quite so alluring as the showmen had described It. The Kangaroos visit has left a piquant flavor behind it, but also a trace of disappointment, duo chiefly to tbu tourists themselves. When they landed in Wellington, the New South Welshmen were proclaimed by their managers to be really world-beaters, a glowing constella tion of major planets. They have proved them selves gocd players, but scarcely as brlllia.nt as their managers so ardently wished us to believe. Probably— nay, 1 am sure of It— the people of New Zealand would have enjoyed tho tour bet...