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CYCLING 100 MILES ROAD RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

CYCLING 100 MILES ROAD RECORD. Since the matter concering F. T. Keefe's 100 ' n-lles road record was in typ?, Don Kirkham, one of the greatest of all great road riders, has | decisively beaten both Keefe's and Green's I times by riding the hundred miles, on an out rnd home course of '-0 miles, at Camperdown, Vic., In Ihr Mmln. Kirkham was followed and checked by Mr. G. R. Broadbent, himself an o!.l record-holder, in a motor car. Klrkham's Intermediate times show remark ally even going right through, his first -3 miles taking 6;{mln, oi) miles Jhr 9min. T.*» miles Hhr 21mln 30aee, and loo miles Ihr Strain. That is, Ms last 1*5 miles only took 1 1 i m i n longer than his first, and his second 3i) took onlv ISniin longer than his first. Klrkhara's average speed works out at 22\ miles an hour. He also holds the GouUmrn to ?ydnev -1315 miles, In Chr IPmln). Hurra to Ade laide H16 miles In 4hr 30mln lSsec-, and Seon.» to Newcastle (95 miles lu 4hr SOmln) record:;. Kirkham hat also put up ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE NORTH SYDNEY GYMNASTIC CLUB'S SUCCESSFUL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

THE NORTH SYDNEY GYMNASTIC CLUB'S SUCCESSFUL OPENING. The premises in connection with the newly formed North Sydney Gymnastic Club, 75 Walker-street,, was opened by the Mayor of North Sydney on Monday night. The new gymnasium is the largest and most thoroughly oq.ilppcd place of its kind in the Stare. It bids fair' to become a highly successful institu tion, ' Among the 300 present, the fair sex was very well represented. An excellent and well carried out programme was arranged. The opening item was an exhibition of the Swedish system of physical culture training —a system adopted by armies and navies all over the world— by Instructor Warren and twenty pupils. W. Smyth, ex-amateur heavyweight ch^^ton wrestler of Australia, and Alf. Pitt, the holder of the middle and heavyweight titles, gave a Tine exhibition of wrestling. Instructor Warren, with a few of his pupils, delighted the onlookers with some splendid work on th* parallel bar. In securing Warren the club innnaecmcnt arc fortu...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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GOSSIP OF THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

GOSSIP OF THE RING. (By 'SOLAR PLEXUS.') Jack Evans, the Newcastle colored boxer. Is evidently 'some boxer.' His last victim was Clarke, who was knocked out in the fifth round, at Cobar, on Tuesday night. The Jim Hlll-Truffler contest at the Stadium to night looks like being the best there for a lonr, lime. It will be their return contest. The first Hill won on points, after twenty very fast ( rounds. The Frenchman has made much im- j provement sincc, nnd promises to give a good j account of himself. Still, in Hill, he will be opposing one of the cleverest ever, who is sure to put up a better fight on this occasion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

HAVE YOU A STIFF LEG GET A 1.6 TUBE OF SANDOWS CONCENTRATED HUMAN EMBROCATION ; AND THEN YOU WIU. BE RlQllT. , ' ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

i NEW EOOFED STADIUM \ ? THE LARGEST AND BEST-EQUIPPED BOXING ARENA IS TItE WOULD. [ TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT : Gil HAT INTERNATIONAL I EATIIElt weight contest. LEON TRUFFIER (France) v. JIMMY HILL (Australia) PRICES— 10- (Rejcrved), 6.', 3/, 2/. BOX PLAK XOW OPEN at Proudford's C'astlcrcagh- »Jrcot ; Hotel Australia: lJj*twa)-*, U3Q G^orgc-atrcct; I - ami McMillan, Uccry utid Co., iiS Castlcreash-itrcel. . I ihi.iHiiuiu.il 1 1 ii 1 1 i Mir Ymit rT'iTinrTrTTT^rmrTn j NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT tiUT.AT INTEIINATIONM. ViDDLK-UTIUllT CVNTI-T, JEAN AUDOUY (France), v. TIM LAND (Australia) next Thursday afternoon .'.NO EVERY TUCBSDAY Dl'RINC Till. I'Rl.SENT SEASON, COMMENCING AT a P.M. | A Great Hexing ir.d Athlctlc rri.jriinn:= -.wll be cariic.l »-i:, w-.Ti,ri»inj BOXING, S.'IADO'.V-SluIiaiNS, UALL-1'LNCUIXG, SKIPPING AND TRAINING EaEUCISES. GOOD TliX-ROlND CONTEST.' 'Young' Holden v. Reg. Ferris .Font S-nOl'ND COXTKSTS. TRAINING EXHIBIT IONS BY POESY, KEYS, UKnNSTEIN AND O'GRADY. . First c...

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FOOTBALL IN FRANCE. ENGLISH RUGBY TEAM BEATEN—FRENCH TEAMS WRANGLE AND INDULGE IN FREE FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

FOOTBALL IN 'FRANCE. ENGLISH RUGBY TEAM BEATEN— FRENCH TEAMS WRANGLE AND INDULGE IN FREE FIGHTING. The first International match of the season w as played in Paris on Sunday. October 2S. at the Pare des Princes between the Stade Fran cuis and Brldgev.ater Albion. The: latter ? team nu.Jimiiea a neavy ueieat, being beaten by JS points 'four goals four tries) to a try. I ihe match at Nantes between tha Stade Tou- j Icusain, champions of France, and Stade Nantala j on the tame Sunday— gave placo. to ..extraordl- | nary incidents. The teams 'were contfttuollv wiaugJiftg, and the Totilouaains left the ground twice* befote definitely quitting in the second half. The reason put forward' is that the' referee, had u or'^rct* two. of -the Toulousaln playcrrf oft- t|\c ground. ^ The incident led to. frec 'fights; and the police 'had to intcrf/irc. NantC3 wau leading by Q poinu to ull \vb'--ui*Uctr apiorienU l,eu Jtbe ground* .

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WORLD'S SCULLING CHAMPION. PRESENTATION OF CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

WORLD'S SCULLING CHAMPION. PRESENTATION OF CUP. Having evaded capture for some 38 years, tho championship cup for sculling, offered by the 'fcportsmun,' has been banded over to Ernest Pairy, who bad won the trophy outright by reason of . his victories over Towns, Albany* Fo'gwcll, and Durnan. The presentation took place at a meeting at the Star and Garter Assembly Rooms, Putney, ot» October 29. Dr. R. B. Etherlngton-Smlth presided, and among those sdpportlug him wero Lord Desborough, Mr. S. D. Muttlobury, Mr. W: p. wuuugaic, anci .»»r. u. inrosseu. Lord Dejiborough, who made the presentation, vp id that Ernest Harry had two remarkable claims upon their attention. In the first placo he belonged lo a family, two members of which bad won the English championship sculling cu? —himself and a brother. In tbe second place, the first tim«- he was successful in tbe comp*t$« t ton— in K'0*— he not only beat a very good pcullcr about hlj own we'ight in George Towns, bur set up a record for the...

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HOW W. KOLEHMAINEN BEAT MARATHON RECORD. IN THE RACE WITH HANS HOLMER IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

H0W W. KOLEHMAlNEN bhat x MARATHON RECORD. IN THE RACE WITH HANS HOLMER Itf AMERICA. Details / are' just to hand of Willio Koleh mainen's great performance at the Vallsburj Stadium. Newark, N.J., when he beat the re cords for 25 and miles and the Marathon dls ir.nce. . The racc between 'thjg^lnn and Hans Holmer !-» tho start declared Jelf off color, havln; tnly been oft the boat a few days after a stormy Atlantic passage, cracked' at 2«j miles, leaving Kolchmain.cn well ahead, with the prospect of heating records. All t authenticated American figures were al ,'i ady' back-marked from IS miles onward, and, travelling in rare style,, the leader got aheal

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. The 'magpie' craw ir;irk was freely U5ed at Ramiwic': this tnorning, ami it was in ^-wh1 coinj.; order. Howl Merv ]cd SahiritM u\er live furlongs in l.-'*}. En Hai.t and. Malting taking l.'i for a .Minilar journpy. Lfta 'lr (rated Elixir hv three lengths over seven furbngj in 1.3.1, and JIalt I.iJy and The )--ct(»r -purte-J half niiL* ui *hUs''c. F.rlenfor put in a tound at a gr-»d «tron? pace, while Miiu-enc ran a mile in I.I0J, l^intr -*«i«tr-l jver the last town (urlongy )»y a c--u)panion. Embracer an*J Waltz t-K-k 1.2J (or six furlon«H, a» did MUthmi-in. CiKandra ilid 'afV work. ,md Waterclat.'j anu nuv ra«ny ran tnrccwiiwriew «i ;i muc in i.-jt,'. Axoie a.ii Hack tpurtcd half a niili- in while P.ov Blue r*n n'veii furlongs in l.;-5. Wyi alia and u mate t^?r a fuf Ion« h-fs ri'gistered 1.211, un«l Easy .Honey t|turte«1 lour ttirlun^^ in 5t-ec. Dr. Hart put in a strong |*ve forlon'1*, and (iolden Ladder and ilimbcxii nn th'ee (t.rlon-^ 'in i^Uee. Abired ov...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

CYCLING. ' League of NJS.W. .Wheelmen : Entries clcie fcr Sydney ^ix-days' Race and Sprint Carnival. WcBtt»rn Subuihs 'Annual Roal Lliaropionahiji, 1G mlliJ, 'Jv- Flemlngton-Cnnrille course. Unr\r«io«I League Club's One itile Track ' Itacv\ Sports ''A (?ronnd. ... c. Calinain : Twenty Miles Road Championship, Flenins- v: ton course. Auburn : Annual Rosd Championship, Aubufn-Cankst-7wa -; cnurfc. -? i Rioudway : Five Miles Road Race, Runnving c^ursc. Lindtleld-Burw^l Ciub'a Tweuty Miles Roati Chajnpija- A chip. Dunvood-L'ankstovvn coune.

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BOWLS. PENNANT. CENTRAL METROPOLITAN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

BOWLS. PENDANT. CENTRAL METROPOLITAS. City r. Randwick, at Oalmain. Victoria Pjrk v. Woonona, at Cook Park. Palmain v. Cladftone Park, at Waverley. Hcdfcrn v« Waverley, at Oladstcne Tark.' . NORTHERN METROPOLITAN, llimter's Hill v. liauly. at Chatawcrd., ChaUwootl v. Kuring-gai, at Warringah. ' Mosman, v. W.nrringah, at Hunter's Hill. North Sydney a bye. WESTERN METROPOLITAN. Ashfleld r. Burwood. ut Fcteuham. Marriekvllle v. Parramatta, at St. George. Petersham v. St. George, at A5hfleUL Strathtield a t:ve. *'B' GRADE. CENTRAL METROPOLITAN City fl) v. Handwick, at Ralmain. llaltuain. v, .City (2), at Yictoria. I*ark. Yicforia ' Park v. Warcrley (2), JC Randwick. Waverley (1) a bye. NORTHERN- METROPOLITAN. Chatswood v. Manly, , at Warringah. North Sydney v.; Warringah, at Chatswood. Mosman, a bye. ' WESTERN METROPOLITAN. A^hfleld ft) .v. ?Mj»rriekrille (I),; at Petersham, .oilfield (2) v. Marrickville C2). at St. Georse. Parramatta v. Petereham (1), ut MamckriiV Kt. George v. I'eiewh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

SPECIAL TRAINS 10..10 AN1) flT'J.-, A.M. V/OLI.ONGOXf.' ' HACKS TI'rsnAV. New South Wales Trotting Club Races at.epping racecourse, glebe, Monday Next, December 9, 1912 66 ? ENTRIES. ? ? 65 Large Fields. FIRST RACE, 2J0 P.M. STAND, 5/- ? LEGER, 2/. Anmndlle, D«lm«!n, «nd Lilyfleld nnd Special Trams Ifill run \'i* Gcorpc-f-trprt ever)' few minutes, VAIIE 2d. R. C. HL'NCrERFOnD. Secretary. CSVZCUA TKUHS J0.50 AND 11.25 A.M. g .iMlOMBSa RACES TUESDAY,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

CjrECIAL TRAINS 10.50 AND 11.25 A,M. I. B ? WOLLOliGOKG BAC£a TUESDAY, | OPECUL TRAINS 10.40 A-ND ? 11.25 A.M. P ? WQUfiKGOSG PACES TUESDAY, 1 SrtXIAL TKAI.VS 10. j0 AND I l.^j A.M. 1 ? ? ii'OLLONGONG RACES TUESDAY, J

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CRICKET. N.S. WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. (Sixth Round—December 7 and 24.) First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

CRICKET. [ X.F. WALES CRICKET ASSOC! \TIOX. (Sixth Round— December 7 and U.) 'First tirade. Middle l!arl»or v. Univeraity, Manly. '.L A. Tnrnbull and A, P. William*. North Sydney v. Ucdfern, North Sydney. W. O.irran and A. .Seymour. 1 Pcdtiinston v. Petersham, Hampden. A. C. .lows and it. Thornthwaite. .Sydney v. M.ilrrjin,. S.C.G. No. 1. !L M. Wallace and Rev. T. T-rry. Olebe v. Waverley, Wentworth Pari:. A. Lucas and J. Lr»icg. Central Cumberland v. Cordon, parrramatti. W. 'X. H^rbrr and W. G. Frcnch. Dunvood a bye. t.

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FIXTURES. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

FIXTURES. TENNIS. Kndand r. N.S. WaW. at |v»mS- Pry. Clitb lacing at Sydney Sports Cround (jce Athletic uilumns). . .

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

SWIMMING. (By 'THE DIVER.') 'Tis now known definitely that Duke ICabana moku will not tf h»rt this Reason, but his com ing next year may be booked a certainty. It Is well that it is so. Wc -will be better prepared for the fleet Hawaiian twelve months heuce. Overheard In one of the dressing enclosures last week. 'Talk about KahanamoUu, 1 thought I had one of the best 'olllces' ever struck. You great guns before the Cup, well, when I read what they were saying regarding the lengths of Ki'haaamoku's legs that had been turned up to make his' feet 1 said hello, here's a tip, Duke Foot 1),. ought to be called, and 1 straightway put a quid on. th* nag: lhat settled him. No more of those o(ll?'S for mc. Dldn t It look ^ood, too, every way?' More Barry stnee my last notes, and still j borae more every w-jek hence, I hope. Albert '11 be cherry ripe for Kabanamoku next season, , U all goes well with him meanwhile. Fifty in twenty-four and a fifth is some class when one remembers that 23 3-5s»;...

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TENNIS TALK. (CONTINUED FROM OUR FRONT PAGE.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

'TENNIS TALK. © By -AUSTRAL.' $ (CONTINUED FROM OUR FRONT PAGE.) 4 til, and Parke was making many errors, cvl ih-L-tJy a bit nervous. rn last two games both played up, and Hc-ali pressed well in the last rally of all, but tossed out, und the Cup was gone. The Englishmen took their own win a-s we. I re our public took our defeat, and that was in Parke attributes his undoubted improvement (0 the better practice he hos got out here. In 'rfiaod, he says, he gets none from anyone to whom be can't owe 30. He has immense, speed of foot, and is a crack footballer (three tlmoi captain of Irish Rugby teams), billiard player, ?»nd boxer— an all-round athlete— and now he has beaten Brookes and taken the Cup back to England, Anyway, good tuck to him, for a finer sport never handled a racket, though in this he in no wcv exceLs his team-mates. 'Dickie/' as they e«ll him, Is Just as fine a fellow, and Rcamteh ha-» a most charming manner. Lowe has not vet plr.ved publicly, but he. will show you what...

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MAITLAND J.C. RACES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. FLYING HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

MAITLANO J.C. RACES. ratcuday. decembkr 1-T.YIN-n HANDICAP-.; turlon-s. M J» «t lli Jt'« Kunnv ? 10 J HricJuir ? 8 0 Sir Willie ? l'» Frije,. ? 7 10 Roulgonry ? 0 2 TermfPng ? 7 10 Jeuelstonc ? '-2 1-'ii,-tte ? 7 10 Plantain .. ., .. .. ??? * Ri\er Bird ? ' 2 Jiaymcrhlld ....SO Tiitoina .. .. .... 0 7 WF.LTKR HANDICAP— 7 furlonjJ, ftae Victoria ? 0 7 Miu Legation .? ^ 8 0 i. .. » Z Clara 2Cerc:*« /« *a 7 U Parapet! ? 0 0 ? ? i0 Nicosia ? 0 0 Chlrl Boy ? . bj Roy* I Mount ? n 8 Skopel ? ? ^ Hirer Bird ? S3 Honejbag ? ? * BUck MaU ? 8 3 Bumore ? T » Morarta ? s 2 Uaut Lyen ? - » 1/idv Terrell ? 8 # Sylvamint ? 7 . .-ir Uibbic ? 8 2 Dennott ? ? ? Remeta.. ? ? 8 J Pulbah.. .. ?? .???77 Cralema ? b 2 MAITLANU HANDICAP— U rnll«f. John Willie ? !- 5 t^ri Cheri ? 7 12 l^dv Hope ? 0 5 Alea ? 7 0 Karrjr ? S U North Co art ? 6 « Taralga ? S 2 Lady Legation ????6 7 XOYJCK HAXOICAr—O furlongs. Mi« I.cgatic.i .. .. 0 ') Darby Kelly ? 7 0 Barmrny ? S 10 Dcrmct ? 7 0 Prize -iun ? S 10 Alma Queen 7 ...

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WARWICK FARM RACES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. JUMPERS FLAT RACE. (To start at 3.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

WARWICK FARM RACES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. (To RUrt at 2.10 r.m.l A handicap of '5 sov«. Srond hor«r 10 «3ra and third j hon^e novs from thr pri/r. for all hor*«** thjt havr I competed in any hunllp nrc or rt^pl.*oha*e. Ker [ jockrjs who have riddrn in three or more liurdle mces I or steeplerba-e*, but »/ thrre »rr nnt *ullicient afore- | wid jockeys available, then «.thrr incfc-,-* may ri'i^ | ^up«m carrying 71b [-cna!ty. I,owe- ucight, IHt. 1 mile I It furlong. 1 .t lb I Mr. J. K. Jlntlnn-* b b OI.1VKN/.A. i ;-n ? 11 a ! Mr. K. \drork'« blk iu O.I).\.. aSr-i ? 1' M Mr. A. Callin.n'« ch li KIMi MCltK. ic-l .. ?? 1» ' Mr. C. Rimclt's !? s SOI KAIUYA. O.rj ? !» Mr, 1.. A. simp«in'» l.r k THOIHIS, ji-.I ? ' -5 Mr. T. A. Williams' b K RLTTKll, ti-t« ? * Sir. K. McLaughlin'* b g CHKU1T, ac-d .. .. l- U Mr, It. W. (lanev'a eh m KDKNSOH. i\»r* ? ' Mr. C. 11. Kciup'a b g CUKVKNNK, acid ? 3 0 FLYING HANDICAP. tTo fttrt at -.40 p.m.) A handicap of 73 »ov-. : »e--ond hoi-c I...

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ASCOT RACES. (By "THE SCOUT.") SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

ASCOT RACES. (By 'THE SCOUT.') SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. MAIDEN HANDICAP : , MON MONA ? ? '. ? 1 Rose Alpine ? ? 2 Cashier ? ? ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP : ' I.0LA ? ? 1 Dorenia ? ? ? 2 Dormer ? ? 3 FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP : First Dlvlslgn. NATIVE ROSE or MISS NONI. Second Division. £ TESSIE or BRIDGE FIELD. ENCOURAGE STAKES : First Division. MARTIN B. or CIRCUMSPECT. ] Second Division. LOVE CHARM or LADY NOLAN. I ASCOT HANDICAP : PRIORWOOD ? ? 1 Arilian ? 2 Simile Maid ? 3 FOURTEEN HANDS HANDICAP : First Division. . MAID OF ATHENS or SIR MOOREF1ELD. [ Sccond Division. GREEN ROSE or JUA.N'ITA. FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP : MISS PLAYFUL ? 1 China ? 2 Love Chnrm ? ? 3

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