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RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
RUGBY LEAGUE. A. E. Anlezark's reappearance for Oldbao& gave great satisfaction to supporters of tin club. He took the place of William Farna* worth, who was injured. 'Redfern' asks : 'Who do you think perfor med the best run for South Sydney Rugby League team last season, H. Gilbert, or the younger of the Horders ? 'Gilbert's run on the Sports Ground against Glebe, or any of the Horders' runs ?' 1 am Inclined to think that Gilbert'* wa« the boat run. Maurice J. McCarthy, the Rugby League referee and hon. sec. of the Eastern Suburos Cricket Association, is one of the.. Labour nominees for Lang Ward in the coming Cil/ Council election.
FOOTBALL. FIRST DEFEAT OF TE SPRINGBOKS A DRAMATIC FINISH TO DESPERATE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
football; (By 'GULLIVER.') . FIRST DEFEAT OF THE SPRINGBOKS A DRAMATIC FINISH TO DESPERATE' GAME. i(iW nirtlne with defeat nt Exeter and Linn oily the ' iprlMhoKH- Hnnlly «o„. At Newport however where thev were benten by a placed rouI n nil a ilreppnl K»nl to ' try. It was a des- . iierate KtruEClr (ton! slnrt to finish, every tnaa 'n Va'-h Hl' brlnt *11 ?-'»? nn.l although tho South Afrli nns may !-«? ronnted nnlui kj to h.i . inat, yet Nc' pori fully dri'eriril their \ leto.j Never was iln-f » ''ore dramatic fin'iih l0 n match. In the very Ian minute of the llrst half, that wonderful match-wlnne: r 1- . Y\ . Bl r*,. . ? for Newport from the 25 line, and tile home t' «m - ro?«e,. oier wlih a I points lead. The enormous .rowd. a ™rord on he Newport sround. had cone mad with exeltement. ami ihofe Intrepid enthusiasts who hud .limbed on to ihe roofs of houses and ?vere slttlnc astride the chimney poU looked in Immlncn'. dangrr of broken ncc.cs. As usual in Wales, enthusiasm showed In ...
BIG PROFITS MADE BY AMERICAN BASEBALL CLUBS. 22,000 DOLLARS BY ONE CLUB IN LOS ANGELES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
PROFITS MADE BY AMERICAN BASEBALL CLUBS. 22,000 DOLLARS OY ONE CLUB IN LOS ANGELES. Baseball pays in Los Angeles. Stockholders lu the local baseball club held a meeting on October 1*1, and it is reported that a dividend of &U0UO was declared. As the par value of tbo 2i- il0 shures of stock in the club is £1 a shore, 1 this is a 100 per cent, dividend. When Henry Berry took the team u nuuiDer of prominent sportsmen were uskqd to take stock in the organisation. The matter was put up to them not as a business proposition, but I that they should take stoek to help tho club. ,At one time this stock sold at £50 a share. Now it is quoted at £*» and none is for sale. Directors of the Ycrnou club have not held a meeting as yet. but arc expected to soon. It Is believed that the Tigers made as much, if not more money, than the Angels^. ji*.shc.Y putdrcw &eia pa Jm*
INJURED FOOTBALL SPECTATOR GETS £300 DAMAGES. FROM THE WELSH RUGBY UNION, WHOSE APPEAL IS DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
INJURED FOOTBALL SPECTATOR GETS £300 DAMAGES. FROM THE WELSH RUGBY UNION, WHOSE APPEAL IS DISMISSED. The Court of Appeal (Eng.) delivered Judg ment In the appeal by the Committee of the Welsh Football Union against the verdict of a Jury at Cardiff Assizes In an action brought agelnst them by a coal trimmer named Skrlne, and who was awarded JiMU damages for per sonal Injuries sustained while a spectator of tbe international football match between Wales and Ireland, at Cardiff Arms Park, on March -|1. Tbe Court v. .is 0/ opinion that Mr. Justlco Coleridge was right in declining to stop tho rn»o and withdraw P. from the jury. It wus Impos sible to say th'. re was no evidence of negli on the nurt of the annellatits to go to the fury. It w.i s not a ease In which the Court should interfere with the verdict of the Jury. Lord Justice Buckley said it seemed to him the whole ground was covered by the first three questions to th* Jury and their answers, which were as follow Did the plaintiff ...
GOLF RECORDS. HAS THE MILLENNIUM NEARLY BEEN REACHED? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
GOLF RECORDS. HAS THE MILLENNIUM NEARLY BEEN REACHED This scaroji in England there have been but few remarkable round's of golf. As we approach the millennium naturally wc must draw appre ? lably nearer lu the minimum In the matter of the number of shots that will sufllcc for eight een holes in a mundane place. If records continued to be lowered nt the nile of. say. one stroke per year, it is simple arith metic to deduce thcu a century hence It would be possible to go round a coursc in less than nothing. Which, as Kudid and quite a lot of other people would remark, Is absurd. I It is possible that the weather of 1912 has | bad much to do with the falllns-ofT In the supply of startling performances. However, the fact remains that we have had to subsist on short rations. That being the case, it is only reason able that, wc Ldiould snatch hungrily nt the round of ''.O which Fred. Mackenzie accomplished on the old course ol St. Andrews. Unfortunately, the detailed figures are missing, s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
ON THE TRACK. HANDWICK. | Thur.-drfj.. j Mo*t of the work wns clone on the tan track, the gra-3 only beinj for j-p'-nul gallops. On thr former Miocene r^u -i.\ furlongs in Fur^e flf-mrcd half a tni!r- in £'-0'l -ty|r ,and ?:»-.uIy tji'i* wero put in l»y Mil* If.nri'p and Brvrruge. Royal \l««rv .spwrtr l hjlf a mill1. a:i«l a -truns M.vfcrlou? srallop put in by Walts and Lmlirju-r. ' joli went frrely over five furlong*, did Kum-lla. Short -p»ri- wire put in by Lime It^ht and Win' La.'-. Grail run fix furlongs in 1.2JV. fympiiijo uas not fully extended over five furlonpv . Ziljjvr und Mvrton Lad mil a mile together in L47J. : Witrmaji ?purted. and Coroiuu uen; freely over five furlons*. A strong niih- ua- negotiated by Marlee. Boy Jllue recorded 1.22)' tor' furlongs. On the magpie track Kentucky Gir! ran five furlong* in L3i. Alebcrr.v fportod, anil Eric ran a mile aaj a furlong in 2.3. ea-ily. ?Muroomba ran five furlongs , iu LC, and Odi.*l led Crown Grant a couplu of len-*ih* over a...
BASKET BALL COMPETITION—WON BY CHATSWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
BASKET BALL COM PETITION— WON BY* CHATSWOOD. Some very interesting games were witnessed in the semi-finals and finals of the Basket-Ball competition. In the semi-finals Rozclle A de feated Hunter-Balllie, and Chatswood defeated' Lelchhardt. v Chatswood In the final bent Rozclla A by 13 points to 10. Keen interest centred in this mutch us the teams had met three 'times previously, Chatswood' winning two out of tho thrcr» crimes As u result .of both teams being In splendid practice a particularly interesting exhibition of the game, us it should be played was seeu. At full time tbo scores were ten all. so in accordance with the rules, play was continued for ten minutes. At the end of that period, Chatswood had added five points to their score, but the referee disallowed two points which were scored after the timekeeper had called time. Thus Chatswood won by three points.
MOOREFIELD RACES SATURDAY, NOVEMBER [?] FLYING HANDICAP, (To start at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
MOORbFIELD RACES SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3X FLYING HAIsDlCAT. 1T0 21 2.10 ti.in-'! A handUap of 100 *ovs ; wcor.d hor^ 2t'i M5v*. and third no rw 10 vi v?. Ir.m p nu. The .'.'inner ol any handi c»p flat race, after the declaration of weights to carry Tlh ri.r* : ol two or more haa4i«i», lOlu extra. Xe» 6 (crlonji. . ^ ? Sir. 'J. BirkV ih : YARniM. H;-n- ? 5 ? Mr. J. Jobiuon - !-r r IIIlalLMAX. aenl ? ' Mr. I.. I-. f.llclifi-iu'.- Sr b U.ivrs, tiyrs ? ?' 13 Mr. K. Jlcron'i br ; I'RtL'lOI'a. .Vr- ? S 12 Mr. 'A. ClarrncrV br or lilk 111 OUT.KNT.K, «vrs S II Mr. W. A. Cram, if'- b z U'YALLV. «;ed .. .. ..8 0 Mr. ll.-MmnuBi' br h HAI'T KINO, iyn ? ' 1* \Ir. W. flnjntrn'ji 1. s XZI'IHTK. 4vn- .. .. 7 11 Mr. U. KemlaH'j b f siANTANNO. 3yr- ? ? '- Mr. I\ Donocbuc',. rh b SII.VIS. irr* ? 7 9 Mr. I. KamKhmV* br rn MOOItlU.A. oyr» ? 7 4 Hr. A. Gollan'* rb b TBI XTON KING. --T. .. .. « 1.1 Mr. F. J. Toniin'a b h PA RATA, .'.vr- ? 8 1- Mr. W. T. Chriitlan'a b f KENTUCKY GIRL (imp.), ? ? * !? Mr. C. H...
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS MOORFIELD RACES. (BY "PILOT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ' *? A MOOREFIELD RACES. (By 'PILOT.') s FLYING HANDICAP : - YABRUM ? ? ? 1 Kentucky Olrl .. .. ? ? 2 Mnvus ? ? ? ?? 3 KOGARAH STAKES :? BOT BLUE .. .. .. .. .*. 1. ..? »» '1 ' '' ' Alcbnrry ? '. 2 Manurere ? ? ? 3 STEWARDS' MILE : FIRM .. ? «'~T l-- Kitmfadon ? ? ? ? 2 Etinella .. .*. .. ? ? ? »? ** '3 ; JUVENILE STAKES : . SEIZE ? ? .. .; ... .... w 1 ?. - Brightly ? ; .. ? .2 ; s Kuralla . . ? ? ? ? ? .. — ? 3 MOOREFIELD HANDICAP : 'j _ y j; ? hallmark ? ? ?*' ? Miocene...' ? ? 2 , O.D.V. .. ... ? ? ... ? 3 WELTER : HANDICAP : ATR GIRL ? ? 1 ' Appearance ? ? ? ? ? 2 Haul King ? ? ? ? (By 'THE SCOUT.') FLYING HANDICAP : AZURITE ? ? .. 1 Winning Poet ? ? ? ? 2 Irishman ? 3 KOGARAH STAKES : WALTZ ? ? .. .. .. 1 Lord Emly ? ? 2 Maygar ? j ' STEWARDS' MILE : MASTER niX ? . ? ? 1 Lady Malstcr .. .. .. ? ? ? .. 2 Firm ? ? ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES : SEIZE ? ? ? .. .... 1 Lcpta ? ? ? .. 2 Kuralla .. ? ? ; ? * 3 . . MOOREFIELD HANDICAP: -LADY RICE ? ? ? .. ...
ENGLAND'S BIG SURPRISE FOR AUSTRALIA IN THE DAVIS CUP SINGLES MATCHES. PARKE EXCELS HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
ENGLAND'S BIG SURPRISE! FOR AUSTRALIA IN THE DAVIS CUP SINGLES MATCHES. PARKE EXCELS HIMSELF. (By 'AUSTRAL,' FROM THE COURTS.) The Albert Ground, Melbourne on Thursday vris thronged by a crowd of»6000 people, roost of whom booked seats to witness the DavlB' Cup matches. It was a flno dar. and the Courts were .is hard as granite, and as true as steel. It was a ffreat day for old England. Ac cording to the quidnunc*, the Darls Cun matches were 'all over bar shouting.' with England the vanquished. Well, the first day found the Old Country representatives playing with the skill of ehnmplone, the determina tion and dnsh of victors, und they won both Singles, Parke coming one ot Ill's contest as a hero. BROOKES IMPOTENT. Whether the mighty Brookes had left his form on Ihe praeticc courts or not, he whs outplayed by the virile Irish champion, Parke, whose powerful, well-placed driving from the back line flashed past the racket 'of Brookes, as he tried to volley close to the net, or allowed...
VICTORIA PARK RACES. (BY "THE SCOUT.") SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30. MAIDEN HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
VICTORIA PARK. RACES, 'THE SCOUT,') SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30. MA1DEX HANDICAP i MALT MINNIE ? ? ? ? 1 Get On ? ? .. .. .. , , 2 Silver Belle ? .. .. .. 3 FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP: ,^MY.: LILY - v.. .. .. 1 Native Rose -.. ,, 2 Misa Noniy.i4 .. ..13 ?. HURDLE-RACE : - ' DATROSS ? 1 Carson ? ? 2 Little Trent .. .. ? 3 FOURTEE^-TWO MAIDEN HANDICAP : CHORUS GIRL ? ? 1 Robert ? ? ? ? 2 Lady Alicia ? ? ? ? 3 VICTORIA PARK CUP : DpRMER ? ? .'. .. .-1 Clarence ? 2 Grandoiu ? ? ? ? 3 ENCOURAGE STAKES : CIRCUMSPECT ? ? 1 Tanothea ? ? .. 2 Yella ? ? 3 APPROVED STAKES : LONG LOCH ? ? .. ? ? 1 Meryl .. ? ? ? .. .. .. 2 Jackomy ? 3 » Do a 'final' and win a tenner (£10). Bolter than. T-l mr.rfoftft-l Coufton : oaJj: . Ja - -'Globe,^ J
VICTORIA PARK CUP MEETING. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20. MAIDEN HANDICAP—4½ furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
VICTORIA PARK CUP MEETING. r SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. MAIDEN HANDICAP— 11 furlong*. it lb ' at lb 3;alt Minnie .. .. 8 12 Lilly Brook .. .. h 0 Abstain ? S 12 Boree Goja .. ..... 8 0 Hose Alpine .. .. - 10 Blue Boy .. S 0 Brownie ? 8 8 Macpc Mauauc 8 O G!ad Heart ? -? S Uncle Jim .. .. .. 6 0 Lady Canada .. .. - 7 Munray ? ? s 0 Wallcroy ? ? S 7 Lidy Merv .. .. .. - n Sut-et Stirceift .... -3 Jytk L. ? ? 8 0 HN Graec ? 8 4 .cchoiti^be .. .. .. 8 D O'Cathin ? 8 4 Robert ? 8 0 Berry Park .. .. 8 4 Scotch Ant ? 8 0 Volplane ? 8 3 Kingfcld ? ? 8 0 Silu-r Bell .. .. 8 3 Willie Men- ? 8 0 Hauzhty Pes .. .. 8 :: Lady Alicia ? SO Arab l.ad ? 8 3 Paisley ? ; .. 8*0 Lupilitc ? 8 3 MnorehiU ? 8 o (Jet On ? ? .. 8 3 Tom Moore .. .. 8 0 Relief ? 8 2 .loan ? SO l.ove Djy ? 8 2 Ca-hier ? 8 0 Fleet Queen .. .. 8 0 Don* ? s 0 FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP— 4 furlong*. . Wee I-och ? 10 7 .Jci-je .. .. .. 7 7 Miss Noui .. .. ..10 0 S.R ? ? 7 Sir Moorefield .. ...0 11 Electric Bell ? 7 7 The Ri&rin? .......
NEWCASTLE J.C. SUMMER MEETING. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 30. OPENING HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
NEWCASTLE J.C. SUMMER MEETING. FIRST DAY-SATURDAY. NOVFAIIJER 30. OPENING HANDICAP— « furlong. st lb. lb. Mom^rjav ? » 2 -My Re-t ? U » : Malbeiir ? 8 -5 ? no Cyanide's Daughter 8 '» Tritmnj ? ? 6 7 Plantain ? 7 0 Rymirhild C 7 Toinctte ? ? 7 0 WELTER HANDICA P— 7 furlongs. Waddell ? «*» Laiiy Leiration .. ?? ? 8 - Mauton Maid .. .. !' 2 Ill.iuk Malt ?? ....SO Sin'ple ? 0 River Bird ? 7 10 Parapet ? $ 12 Rdrmeny .. .. ?? ?? ^ IJ) Lady Terrell .. .. 8 3 Ml/eman .» ? ? ^ * .Rue A'ictoria ?? ?? S 4 Coy .. .. .,?-??? 7 7 SUMMER HANDICAP— -11 mile 100yd*. Delcrium ? m 3 ,\!ca ? 7 0 .«oh;i Willie .. ...!» O Pr.t; Hunter .... 7 4 Lady H^pc ? 8 12 North Coiut .. ..7 2 Patrimony ? 8 7 Lady True ? 7 0 hef ? s 2 Cheri Cher! ? 6 7 TRIAL HANUICAPr-6 furlonss. 7Ir.ita ? 0 0 Valet Boy ? 7 7 (#old Laddie ? 8 12 Happy Miu .. .. 7 -hid Pov ? 8 7 l.izht of Merv .... 7 5 Aleherry ? 8 H FainotHikc .. ..7 2 Sada\a ? ? 3 (Jadwall ? 7 2 Varau ? 8 2 It*- Trudent .. ..7 2 Burnorr ? 7 12 Par ? 7 2 Soptiora ? ...
ATHLETIC GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
ATHLETIC GOSSIP ] j © By 'MENTOR.' ? - j' There was onlv one 'double' at Wednesday night's athlrtj- meeting at the Sports Ground. This was rrr-dited to A. Holland, who accounted for thr handirap. nod also the hop. step, and jump promoted by the Newtown Harriers. A few r.thT athletes got a first and a second, or a brarr- of minor places, but the uandicappers on i his Hfion bad the strength of nfrtst of their men to well gauged as to rnr.urc tha majority of the prizes being distributed only, one at a timr Some of the running In sprint events was very fine, and apparently F. E. Beaver Is again picking up hu form, for he won the South Syd ney Harriers' 75yds from 3yds In 7 2-5sec. and also, from .'yds, ran into third place In tho 220yds, run in 2Ucc. The winner, H. Harflcld,. bad 25yds. , In South Sydney events, distance man T. B. Cole showed his hurdling abilities by accounting for a 12flydr. over the stick6 In 20 l-5scc, off 'otves 21yd?.'* W. Barker won the Ifl0yd6 championship of' L...
HARRY LAUDER INSPIRED. SINGS "ANNIE LAURIE" BY OLD SCOTSMAN'S REQUEST AT THE LONDON TIVOLI. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
HARRY LAUDER INSPIRED. SINGS 'ANNIE LAURIE' BY OLD SCOTS MAN'S REQUEST AT THE LONDON TIVOLI. A friend of Harry Lauder tells the following ®fory °f the Scottish comedian at the London rivoli late In October . — An old Scotsman, who had beeu In the Colo nies over forty years, asked to sec him, and said he had come to London specially to hear Harry Luutier. asked, as a special favor to an old man, that after he- had sung all his comic songs he would give them 'Annie Laurie.' Harry Lauder promised he would, and he did ~r .«.uK »»o- uuaicuee why. He says he fell quite nervous ; he was playing to an audience of one. and he wanted to know how Ills audi ence took il. As ho front on the song tool: hold of him, and he sang as .he hud never sting before. He seemed to be gazing into the face of hit: old countryman, and Ihey were standing a'.vay up In Scotland among the hea ther where 'Annie Laurie' was born. 'Yes,' added Lauder, wth.a.shakc of the' hand, 'i tell ye, 1 felt acrv6UB. ? But th6 au...
MARATHON RECORD BROKEN. WILLIAM KOLEHMAINEN RUNS 26 MILES 385 YARDS IN 2hr. 29min. 39 1-5sec. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
MARATHON RECORD BROKEN. WILLIAM KOLEHMAINEN RUNS 26 MILES 3SS YARDS IN 2hr. 2?tuin. 33 l-5sec. William Kolehmalnen, the Finnish runner, won the American professional Marathon ou October 20, at New York, and set up a now world's record for the distance. 2'i nillc*_ 2S3 yardH, which he covered in 2hr. Ulunlu. 3D l-.'scc. Wlliliiiu Kolelcualnen is an eld-jr brother ef Hann'tS, who '.Tested such a sensation nt th.- recent Olyranlv Games. October Is a much better time of the year to run a .watamon raco than under tho Mazing sun ot a July afternoon. Those who were present at the London Stadium In 190S, when Dorando collapsed within sight «£ the tape, and Hayes, the American, won, will never forget the night as runner after runner sinig'flrd homo round that last lap of the track. Although It wns not so bad at Stockholm this year, because tho runners were better trained, it was still very distressing to see *ome of tho men finish practically overpowered by the heat. The hotter the weather t...
PACIFIC COAST ATHLETES. TO TOUR AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. PERSONNEL OF THE TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
PACIFIC COAST ATHLETES. TO TOUR AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND, PERSONNEL OF THE TEAM. (By 'MENTOR. ') The movement to bring out a team of Pacific Coast (California I athletes has been, and stiu If, proceeding apace sincc the New Zealand A. A. A. took a hand in the negotiations. The governing body in the Dominion, with Mr. A. Marryatt as president and Mr. W. G. Talbot as hon. sccrctary-treasurer, meant business from the start. The visit of a Canadian team was wanted, and when the wearers of the Maplo Lea* said, through President Merrick, that a tour coul'l not be conveniently managea j cl ma New Zealanders looked elsewhere. And right i*. the most opportune time came the oSer of a visit by Pacific Coasters, mado by Mr. Wm. I'nmack, of San Francisco, to Mr. R. Coombes, a^ President of the A. A. Union of Australasia. The New Zealand A. A. A. took this offer by i,oth bauds, and gcvl right down to work at f.cce. They first asked for the nccessary sanc tion to go right on with the negotiations...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912
NORTH SYDNEY GYMNASTIC CLUB (OVER DEAN'S SPORT DEPOT), 7'' V-'A LKLIl ST., XOIiTII SYDSl'.Y. Grand Opening Night, Monday, December 2. EXHIBITIONS OF SCIENTIFIC PHYSICAL CULTURE, BOXING, WRESTLINQ, JU JITSU, BALL PUNCHING, oto., olo., lJy Wi'll kmnvu Athletic Instructors. ALI. ItKMDKNTS OK TI1K NUHTIIKIIX SUIlt'R IIS IX TKKKSTKl) AM) DHSIROI.'S OF JOINING TIIK AMOVE (.I.L'11 CAN OBTAIN CARDS OF KNTHY (lltATIS KO II TIIK DISPLAY 11Y AI'I'LYIM; TO D. A. McMILLAN, 38 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, J. DEAN, Sports Depot, Walker Street, N. Sydney, 'LADIES SPECIAULY INVITED*^-' ''