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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAS SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: MRS. C[?]RLILE, [?] COOK'S ROAD CENTENRIAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATL'RTA Y'S SNAPSHOT : MfTS- C/nLILC. 37 COOK'3-ROAD CENTENNIAL PARK. The above Is a photosraphl.- reproiiULtlon of a proup la'.icn recently. Thn FIRST (but no otber) member of this sroup r.lio presents lilraaelf at the 'SATURDAY REF-RRKE AND -^ue'aRROW' Ol-PICE. 1CG-135 Cajtlcrcaslwtrcrt. AND IS IIil:.NTIFIEn a.i BEING ONE OP THE GROUP, will be paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern (hcmtclveo la this v.-Il'l'b, nderilood lo asreo to accept the paperV decision »- lini.I. -il:e L:ini:.cs» of Identification will he entrusted to a member ot the 'SATUItDAVREI-'EREE AND THE ARROW' Blalf ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PilOTlKIRAI'IUC ro.M;M:TITH)N will appear In next Issue, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR THE 'SATUHDAV REFEREE AND THE ARROW PHOTOGRAPHER^!! the greets or Sydney. ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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

CYCLING NOTES   By -BLUE STREAK       The Mile Amateur Championship of N.S. Wales, which has been held over ever since Eight-hour Day, is to he completed this after- noon at the Agricultural Ground. The two heats already decided, and won by C. C. Hooper and A. Heck, are to stand, the remaining two heats and the final are to be decided to-day. The racing will, of course, be controlled by N.S.W. Cyclists' Union officials, and will start at 3 p.m. C. M. Cutcliffe is holder of the title. which he won twice successively— In 1910 and     1911. Racing will start at 3 sharp. Entries close to-day for the Balmain night   carnival for members of the N.S.W. Cyclists'   Union, to take place on December 9 at the   Sports Ground. The principal event is the Half-   mile Amateur Championship of New South   Wales. held by S. Burtinshaw. There will also be a la...

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 — 30 November 1912

BILLIARDS LIMITED ? ? ? LOCATION : 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET Five Door* from Liverpool Street. Penny Tram to Door. L'ndcr the management ul the best all-round sport la Sydney, Mr. JOU ANUKKOLI. Our Tables are played on by JOHN HUBERTS, STE Vi:NSON, CKOUOK OK\Y, MNDKUM, RlSKCi:, and c cly Dilliardist t«f note coming to Sydney. 25 TABLES ADVERTISING I-TOOK— 11 Tablet, Where a game costs practically Od. per 100. Why pay 1/- lor- what you can net for Od. STANDARD TADI.I* FLOOR— 8 TABLES. Including George Gray Table. 1/- per 100. FIVE AfAGNIFICi-NT litlVATK ROC-MS, Fitted with £00-guinca Tables. Rate,- 3 /? per hour foi pair or party. SPECIAL FEATURE:. — Tournaments conducted for rations 1 amateur) every month, X0/0 /- prizes (by AC'iis and CootcJ, nnd Special Prizes (old Orkney Cu.). 'tuition by Jlr. Androoli In private rooms at reasouabl® ^Zii'ug up 3-'3S City and engage your room, and spend J & very pleasant evening. 0

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: MR. JAMES LAIRD. 28 PALMER STREET, WOOLLOOMOOLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted. Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT : MR. JAMES LAIRD. 28 PALMER STREET, WOOLLOO MOOLOO. The above is a photographic reproduction of a group taken recently. Tho FIRST (but no other) member of this group who presentB himself at the 'SATURDAY REFEREE A\I5 J-me ARROW' OFFICE, lSti-138 Castlereagh-atrcet. AND IS IDENTIFIED as BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will bo paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern themselves in this will bo Understood to agree to acccpt tbe paper's decision as (Inal. The business of Identification will bo entrusted to u member of the 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW Staff ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear In nc*t Issue, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW PHOTOGRAPHER In the streets of Sydney. ? ?

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 — 30 November 1912

'THE GLOBE' Great Skill Competition 'FINALS!' 'FINALS!' Open to Readers all over Australia and New Zealand. Coupon Must be Cut Only from ' The Globe' POSTAL NOTE No ? { THE - ! LADY I SMILED. - WELL SHE - MIGHT - COUPON. No. 2 E ? Y ? d ? .iizzzi:'''' L ? ? ? .1. ? E ? ? T ? ? I enter 'The Globe' RNALS J' ''or d«r.oe with Ihe Rul,,. and -gree to .ooept th, pub'. luncd dcolsion a& Final, and legally binding. Signed ? - ? ? ? ? ? ? Addrcvs ? ? ? ? First Prize - £10 Second Prize - - £5 Five Prizes of - - £1 Ten Prizes of - - IO/- Twenty Prizes of. - 5/- DIRECTIONS. Glance at the Coupon ubove. You will cce two 1 simple pbrujqs printed in Urge type. Opposite each word is printed its Final letter in still larger type. The ebjpct i.« to nmke a new phiuso, using these Final let ters us Initial*. Tho phras,. written by you should bear on the printed Phrase in nonie ant wav. You inav bo humor ! oils sarcastic, descriptive, or fanciful; and as original u -r .nlld.'1''-' Jud8f! wm 10 K ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE PROFESSIONAL POSITION PEARCE v. BARRY. AND THE LOCAL ASPIRANTS FOR THE HONORS HELD BY PEARCE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

THE PROFESSIONAL POSITION PEA1JCE V, BARRT. AND THE LOCAL ASPIRANTS FOR THE HONORS HELD BY l'EARCE. Harry Pearce'j present intention Is to go right on witii his mutcn with Ernest Barry tor the world's sculling championship. For some tlnac since Penrce has had .ClOo up to bind the match, r.nd Barry having now agreed to allow the Aus tralian JL 100 expenses for a rticc on the Thames, has suggested that the race take place in July. The Middle Harbor man has agreed to these terms, and will probably leave Sydney early in March. \» il,« mnmAn* ihnrn rtPA thfPf* ihll lt*n7CH outstanding against Penrce for the Aus tralian championship— from Alf. Fclton, Charles Town:?, and Jim Pnddon. And from the geno t:»l attitude of some of these challengers it -cems clear that some of them will not with draw their challenge and deposit, but will Insist « n getting Penrce to race them, If they can, be fore he leaves for England. Since all three won't withdraw the challenges, ihe present position is that ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CHINESE TEAM OF ATHLETES FOR PHILIPPINES CARNIVAL. FAR EASTERN OLYMPIAD IN FEBRUARY AT MANILA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

CHINESE TEAM OF ATHLETES FOR PHILIPPINES CARNIVAL. FAR EASTERN OLYMPIAD IN FEBRUARY AT MANILA. A national team of athletes will represent China in tennis, basketball, track nnd field pports. volleyball nnd swimming, at the - Far Eastern Olvraplad to be held In Manila, Feb- { ruarv 1 to 10, VJl'A. This was decided at a meet ing held In the Chinese Y.M.C.A.,' attended by: representative men of Shanghai from the unl* j versltle?, studen*. l/odlea ond the Y.M.C.A. ath- ' letlc department. ? ? 'j Prof. G. N. Stelger of St. Johns University; nnd Mr. A. 11. Swan. Physical Director of th-a Chinese Y.M.C.A. v. Ill hold a series of try-out games to select men. while similar efforts aro being made by the different athletic bodies iu Peking, Tientsin, and Hankow. Regarding n foreign team to compete, Jt ffl probable that a meeting of the different clubs will be called soon so that a selection may be made of competitors In swimming, golf, tennis, and possibly other events. Tokyo expects to hold t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

ROWING © By 'AQUA.' © Glebe Rowing Club Regatta will take place this afternoon on the 1/inc Cove River. The picturesque surroundings of Ihe Lane Cove River lend themselves to the holding of a Regatta, nnd thr officials of the Glebe Row ing Club, recognising this, have changed thr J wattle Hay to the river. 1 A good programme of events *s down for decision, the principal races of which are tho Maiden* Eights for the Metropolitan Trophy, and Junior Fours. Four crews have entered for each eveut, nnd they should provide »;oino good racing. The following are the crcws and positions, :tg supplied by Mr. R. M. Ellis, tho hon. tiecrelary : Maiden Eights.— Enterprise (position 1), Lclrhhardt i2l. North Shore (3), Glebe (4). r CECIL PAYNE. Ex-Amateur. now riding well in the League and a» a ? ? member of the Australian Club. Junior Fours.— Universltv (position li, Lelchhardt 12), Glebe (3). EntcrpriS2 (4). Club Maiden Fours.— J. Olson's crew , (position 11. G. Cunningham's crew (2), A. Watson'...

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THE "DOPING" SENSATION IN FRANCE. DISQUALIFICATION OF THREE HORSES ON THE ALLEGATION THAT THEY HAVE BEEN "DOPED" HAS CAUSED CONSTERNATION [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

THE ' DOPING ' SENSATION IN FRANCE. DISQUALIFICATION OF THREE HORSES ON THE ALLEGATION THAT THEY HaVB BEEN 'DOPED.' HAS CAUSED CONSTERNATION. 'Dopes and doping!' People are talking of. rothlng else; the latest pronouncement of tb-i | Soclete d'Encourogeraent disqualifying thr-'H^ horses on the ground tbut they had been 'doped' came cs a thunderbolt. The first In formation to owners and trainers was the publi r fi t Inn tn ihe ??nnlletin C.mn.r. rin fhrvimv' of the committee's report, following the analy sis of saliva made by Professor Kaufmann, When the Stewards made their first trial of | the Austrian system ai Longchamps many* ft people treated it as i\ joke, and trainers gene- '« rally ridiculed the idea that it was possible to , detect the administration of a stimulant by ex- { aminlug the saliva in a horse's mouth after tho excitement of a race. It was argued that alka- ' lolds were often administered to horses In tho i form of medicine, and in draughts, and traccs i might bo d...

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SPORT SALAD THE DAVIS CUP REFEREE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

SPORT SALAD BY THE 'SATURDAY RCFEAEE AND ARROW** STAFF. THR DAVIS CUP REFEREE. Mr Percv B. Colquhoun. presl lc-u of :he J Australian Lawn Tennis Association, wlio . Is , referee for the Davis Cup lawn tennU contents, in Melbourne, has been a leading New bout.'. Wales player for many years. : But he was beet known In sport as a Rugby j Union centre three-quarter back for the 1 University nnd New South Wales. His eel- Ilk.* 1 runs and drooped goals ar° among th.» brighter. ^ memories of footballers of '-4 or 2i- years aco. , if. una a ittMVfl kent aclow his ac tive Interest in luwn tennis. Mr. Alec. Thomson, who returned by the , Marama via America, looking 'ruddier than the 1 cherry.' speaks highly of the treatment of th: ! crow ot Henley end Stockholm. ' Our special correspondent with the Australian Rugby team in America reports that for th' Inter-University match, California v. Stanford. 23/mjO scats at lu/t; had been booked some days j 1 efore the date of the match. It must have I...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

I 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 the results are excellent. -

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BEST TENNIS PLAYERS. The World's Ten, Who are They? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

BEST TENNIS PLAYERS. The World's Ten, Who are They ? ^ Who are tho best ten plavers In the world? Thla interesting question was propounded and onswered by Mr. A. E. Craw-lev id the -Tall Mall Gazette.' ' ? - He nominates for Class I. X. E. Brookes and A. H. Gobert; tor Class 11. A. R V.'lldinE and -or Class III. V,'. A. Laniard. U. C. Wright. C. P. Dixon. M. E. McI.ouKhlln. A. \V. Gore - \V. J. Clothier nnd R. X. Williams. Commenting on his own selection Mr. Crawley says: 'Judgment, generalship, ami pertcctlon la i-ome stroKes give Brookes sbe Crr-i n!-re- per fection In all slrokes k!vc.- Goti-rt ilic second. ' Actuality and potcntlHllty alilrc must he counted in jmr estimate. T-.ir. prli.tl!,),, ,rny j„s[|fv or. .,1.., i|..;nR of N: Williams on thw one hand, and of Gore on tho other. In tho second grade, Wilding stands alone, lletweeu this and the hr.st aud third there may i at times be no difference; *t other times con ditions may reverse the whole order, but tho ?high a priori r...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

GOLF GOSSIP | 0 By 'THE COLONEL.- © I ^ I At Kom- 13 a.v they held n men's foursome ban idicap, and a moj;t enjoyable afternoon's sport | ended in u victory .'or two back-markers, as J. S. Marks and W. S. Laldley, from scratch, won I j with a good card of M». W. S. Hinder and W. j T. Macbiierson were runners-lip with SS — 7 — SI. ! IN PRAISE OF THE FOURSOME. It is a great pity that many more of these foursome competitions are uot played, as thero is no more pleasurable (ortu o£ golf than a foursome, with a genial partner and two good opponents. Some people think that a foursome is a slow, funereal kirn: of n game, but this is all wrong, as a properly played foursome is quicker than a single match. In the Old Country a foursome between four good phtyers is a very fast-moving game, much too quick, in fact, for the ordinary follower of golf. There, the tour players do not all moueh along together, as is often the ease on our linkp, but the two players who arc not driving from the tec. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE RUGBY LEAGUE'S NEXT PROGRAMME. The Northern Union's Refusal to Send a Team. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

THE RUGBY LEAGUE'S «IXT PROGRAMME, The Northern Union's Refusal to Send a Team. (By 'RAMBLER.') The English .Northern fnlou'3 occimlr.s or ttie ... invitation from the Xcw South Walc.t Rusl~» League to sond a tram 10 Atis 'trr.IaaW next year, has disappointed the oflk!a!r. of J.7; ; controlling bodies in New Sonth*W»l«r. Quffr.o land, nnd Now Zealand. And nrr»ile-»3 to .?*./ the 'football public in Australasia is ;:o; pleased. fbe fast tour helped to nil ihe co'fur? o: ;li': Northern Union, consentient ly iinauclul this uro not in the way. The Northern Union apparently consider* U ip.nnnt , gainer together a loniMnation .vhi -h ? could successfully cope with tii« ''AaJiKarom.' i on our own grounds. That ia one of the vca- 1 .'?(»ns alleged for the negative reply, -rtut ch-. ve Ia another — the N.U. dubs fiar that ieaJiaj . players may remain in tho coloniOK. I When a.-ked If the local league niotiM rcno.v ' its Invitation, Mr. K. K. Lr.rklvt 'until thai umil ; r-iielpt of ihe letter...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING PUZZLE. PAPKE'S SUCCESS IN PARIS DEEPENS CHAMPIONSHIP TANGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

.BOXING PUZZLE. I 'pAVKErs' '-'SUCCESS Vi PARIS DEEPENS CHAMPIONSHIl' TANGLE.' ' J To some minds the victory of .Billy Tapke 1 over Georjgcs Carpentlcr. in Paris,, further com- ! plleiiteg the pus/lo of the world's middle-weight ebnmnioa: bin '.ltb.\ To niherj)' ii clours the air, I and to I'apke is accordctl the honor.- There are three claimants to the iitl', which hitu been I In dispute sine,* the death of Stanley Ketchel, the Inst i'ect;gnlse«| bolder ol it. .All -three are , Ainerienus. nicy a:.u iu« uucus im-y mi.c achieved in substantiation of their presump tions are as follow ! Eddie McGoorty: lias outpointed nearly all ; the adversaries he iws inet. nnd has knocked j otit, in one round e;.i-h, U:»ve fimith, champion j of Australia, -md Jack Harrison, champion of I Kngland. J I'ranK Klaus: ll:v- o;atcn Georr^s Carpenller, liuropetttt chaiMMhn:. and Marcel Moreau. cham pion of France. bo:b contests being advertised tor the chainnio'. -tii - 01 H.i, world. Hilly Panlte; 1 1 i.i...

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THE ACTOR, THE AUDIENCE AND THE ENCORE. Between Gasps, Mr. Leslie Holland Describes How Kind and Cruel the Encore may be. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

THE ACTOR, THE AUDIENCE AND THE ENCORE. Between Gasps, Mr. Leslie Holland Describes How Kind and Cruel the Encore may be. (By A ??SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW* SPECIAL.) V: 'Thew ! l'r; exhausted ' These woid: M-ere spoken in gasns by Mr. Leslie Holland, as he leaned lirapiy against the -i: v.all und rorar-icd the writer with a tired loolc In his eyes. It was durinc the interval after the socohd act of the 'Quaker Uirl,' at Her Majesty's Theatre, thai i thus happened across him la ^uc-3t of an interview. 'Not fo fast ! Not no fasti' he expostu lated. 'Can't ;.M»i v.0 j'.tl almost (lead?' Ho was th* r.Yhnn«HrtTi ef a Marathon competitor, and 1 ventured to enquire In sympathetic t-m»*H lh' reason. ' 'I've just V-airhed tnc ern;vpannr danro - rlth Miss V. i Peart e.'* he explained, no** fccmewhat rccov rrd. And Is it :.o .-trcnu'-ur. : 'Well, it wo;M uml h- fatiguing worn Ifc r.ot for the cr.'--rrs. We have ju.-t answered three of them.' So you don'i appreciate #-nforrs ? 'Oh. yen : ...

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BILLIARDS [?]WANDON SPEECH ALL YE WHO ENTER HERE [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

BILLIARDS j & Br ??DROP-CANNON.' ( ?atandon speech all ye who ENTEK UEKE.' . The phrase put over tho of his 'Hadca' I- thr imldorinl Dante might well bo pnra 'Mr.*, cert to tin* heading of ihls note, anil hung «-;;t.*.l.li* every room' where » billiard mulch Is l ? Ing played, (or nothing dlseoncortw n player ore thnii tho idle chatter of loud-voiced on* i'lokrrp,. or the senseless questions put by :pccir.tortf to the players,, Di? billiards- requires the very closest con centration oi' thought and night. ' When John Kobcrt3 -and Kred. Weiss were playing nt tho t'aloty Thrntrc. CnstUrcngh-strcet,;sonu* years «»go, a green parrot In a neor-by second-hand shop so^annoyetL Hobcrw with its raucous.] j^riecch that after ri more shrill than' usual ] outburst,* Roberta stopped In thr* middle of a I break and offered a, fiver to anyone who would ! 'dcrow the coctoumkM bird's neck.'' j Much of the old master'* success is -luo to tho j fact thai, unlike Williams nnd other wore hfihlys...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

WEIGHT SCALE AS HAS BEEN PROPOSED. fpHE followino weight scale, drawn up by the New York Commlislon, now is on Its way to the qovcrning bodies in Enotand, Aus tralia, and Franco, and it is expected to meet their approval : — Paper-woioht, 108 pounds. Bantam* weight, 115 pounds. Feather-welaht, 125 pounds. Light-weiaht, 135 pounds. Welter-wcioht, 145 pounds. Middio-woight, 158 pounds. Light heavy-weight or 'commlMion' weiflht, 175 pounds. . ^ Hcuvy-wcjaht, 173. p,wndi «nd o*|fx

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

NEW ROOFED STADIUM THE LARGEST AND BEST-EQUIPPED BOXING ARENA JS THE WORLD. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT JEAN POESY (France) v. FRANK O'GRADY (Australia) PRICES— 10.- (Reserved) , 5/, 3/, 2/. j , BOS PLAN !?0\7 OPE? at Prondford'a, 09a C.istlcroa gb-strcct ; Hotel Australia ; Hcilillan, Decry and Co., C3 Castlcrcagh-atrcct ; and Kastway'*, 030 Gcorgc-strect. NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT / QREAtf INTERNATIONAL LIGHT-WEIGHT CONTEST, PAUL TIL (France) v. SID SULLIVAN (Australia) ' ? ? ? NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON AMD EVERY THURSDAY DURING THE I'ltl^RNT SEASON', COMMENCING AT S l'.JI. JL Great Boxlrc Atlllctlo Piognramc will be carried out, comiiriisinsr BOXING, SUAUOW Sl'AIUtlNU, BALL-rU-NCIIROj SKIPPING AND T1U1NI.NG i'.VEIIClSKS. GOOD TEN-ROUND CONTEST. Joe Kane v. Dave Walker FIVE THREE-ROUND CONTESTS, TRAINING EXHIBITION'S BY IIII.I., TRUFFIER, AUDOUY, anil LAND. Ffrst'Clids Hosictl Progojwnc, Afternoon Tec ud Refreshments provided for

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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS THE AUSTRALIANS. INTERSTATE AND CLUB NOTES. NEW SOUTH WALES WINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

CRICKET AND CRICKETERS THE AUSTRALIANS. BY 'GULLIVER.' INTERSTATE AND CLUB NOTES. ,VEW SOUTH 'WALES WINNING. | Tho State has already played three matches, winning two and drawing one — the victories Icing nt the expense of- Western Australia and Queensland. This is a very satisfactory record in ihe eIrci]motanc(.'.=i. The best eleven of the State. of course, has not been got together yet, the matches having 1 beeu won by what are practically the second J elevens— that in, Judged by th»» reputations of the men, though in the matter of skill several c f them are worthy of pl.icca in the beat eleven. The win over Queensland Is the third fn suc cession, both matches having been won by the Mother State last season, the first by an in nings nnd C-» runs, and the other by 10 wickets. E. P. Barbour'r. sccond Innings of 68 not out. on a wickct difficult at the start, went a Rood way toward , pulling olT such a substantial vic tory, HisXarm on Wednesday. for Toowoomba against ?New South 'Wale...

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