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ASCOT RACES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. MAIDEN HANDICAP—6 furlong. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912
ASCOT RACES SATTRDAY. DECEMBER 7. MAIDEN HANDICAP— 6 furlong*. tt lb it lb Mon Mona ? 8 12 Blue Boy ? ? 7 7 llcfe Alpine ? 8 5 Stepper ? 7 7 Twltrh ? 8 9 Miw Long ? 7 7 llamibat ? 8 Old Judge ? 7 7 Mv Mo (late Mitno) 7 10 Boree Park ? 7 7 Sii»rr Bell .. .. .. 7 JO Cashier .. ?».... 7 7 Ounloek ? 7 0 Mungay ? ' 7 Berry Park ? 7 li WiRic .Men* ? 7 7 (ict On ? 7 0 Od-; Mark ? ? 7 7 Master Hawthorn .. 7 7 Tom Moore ? 7 7 FLYJXC HANDICAP— oj forlongi. Cable Xewa ? 0 11 Clarence .. .. .. .. 8 4 lx»la ? ? . . 0 2 Blair ? ? .. S 0 Dropstitch ? S lz Tetsha ? ? - O Donner ? 6 12 Kiaki ? 8 0 Dorenia ? 8 7 Bay Donald .? ?? *? 8 0 Carwynjit ? 8 7 SimoU ? 7 ') Cronim ? 8 0 tirandoi* .. .. 7 7 Royal Smoke ? 8 4 FOl'RTEEN-ONK HANDICAP— 4 furlongs. Miss Xoni .. .. .. 10 7 Claros ? 7 7 W«e Ltith ? ? 10 4 Lord Klwyn ? 7 7 Native I Ukh ? 11 4 Pops ? ? ? .. 7 7 Thca Men* ? 8 10 Miiner I^astt ? 7 7 My Lily ? 8 7 Mia* Dool .. .. .. 7-7 Hauriant ? ? S 3 Realm .. .. ? ? 7 7 Little Jack .. .. .. ti l Tony .....
RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912
RUGBY UNION. (By 'GULLIVER.') The Springboks vanquished Scotland 13 to nil, and Ireland 38 to nil. Big performances theso. To-day they will tackle Wales at Cardiff. Wo would pay u trifle to be thero to yee tho battlo. - .A few of the old members of the Randwick Football Club liavo decided to arrange a reunion dinner and smoke concert, with the object of biiuglng together old members and supporters ot the ciub. on Wednesday, December 18, a; Bateman's Hotel. Messrs. J. McMahon, Hubert Finn, J. Lord, Arthur Kidman, W. T. Mucphcr sr-n, and Allan Scott are the joint Jton. secre taries. The Newport Athletic Club officials are in dis tress because the ball which was used in tho match at Newport on the day when tho Springboks sustained their llrst defeat is miss ing. In the excitement which followed tbo en counter it was kicked out oil the members' side, and it Is reported that It has been sold to % man at LIunelly for £5. The Newport Club oQU dais want it to place amoug other historic trop...
ATHLETIC GOSSIP AMERICANS CRY-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912
ATHLETIC GOSSlg] I © By 'MENTOR.' AMERICANS CRY-OFF. The receipt of- the news that the proposed visit by o te.un of Pacific Coast athletes had been postponed—seemingly declared 'off'— through one of the prominent members of tbo team finding himself nt the last moment unablo to make the trip— caused very c^hslderable dis appointment in Sydney. Affairs athletic here were jt'%i ripe for such u vlMt and. although the cost would have been fairly heavy, in loss was anticipated. , The reason assigned for the 'fall down!' in the arrangements docs not appear very convinc ing. , Surely. unlc?s Mr. Unmack fat the head of the movement on the Cnllfornlan side) was tied up with very stringent conditions as to tho personnel o? the team he was to have man aged, the defection of one man would not ne cessitate the collapse of the projected tour I If Mr. Unmiek had been cabled to and told that all arrangements had been made this end, nnd that he could bring anyone be liked, no matter whether they were...
TURF TOPICS. (Continued from Page 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912
TURF TOPICS. (Continued from Page 1.) Notwithstanding it was supposed the New Zealand Turf had neon the last of that bril liant performer Counterfoil. I saw it mentioned In an exchange of a recent date that, though sho was sent to Cannle Chiel, it Ir believed she is unlikely to prove in foal. Furthermore, It ?♦.as stated her less had been fired, nnd that looka as If another attempt will be made to put her through a preparation. Some of tbi' Lida attached to Sydney stables are rather keen. but at any leading eournc in ! New South Wales they would not be given the I opportunity of going to the Mime length as I* I critically the rase in sonic parts of New* 22 ea- j land. At leant, tho following state of nffalrs , referred to by an Invcreargill writer would not ( prevail 'Tralnorn working nn the Rlvcrton tracks complain that ?otne of the boys employed in other stables Und little else lo do some morn- ; lrgs than time any good gallops or trials horses may do on the course. There would no...
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. The increase In exponents of the eleven aside code has practically made imperative- the neeea tity for overhauling the present a'ignments of the various districts. Mr. W. Lincoln moved In the mattor at the November Council, and a special meeting last Tuesday commenced opera tions. Mr. Shaw's resolution appointing a commltteo of 'one from each district club to go Into tho matter was carried. an-J Mcs::rs Lim rln. Pcrriu. ynd Lynch were also appointed to that com mittee. A meeting has been fixed for December 17 at headquarters, and district dubs arc particularly . requested to send along a live delegate to dls- ' cus3, to them, a question of vital importance, v Mr. F. A. Barter, president of the Dominion of Canada Football Assoint io:i. is in England, where he will stay until alter Christmas. He Is: placing before the Football Association cer tain facts' with regard to the development of ; the gamo In. Canada, nnd is also anxious for iwo first-class professional t...
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS WARWICK FARM RACES (By "PILOT.") JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912
SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPSI ? ? & ? WARWICK FARM RACES (By 'PILOT.') JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. Kl'TTEIl .. .. ? ? ?? 1 . '?'?v ? ? ?? ? ? ? : I'hobos .. ?? * ? * J FLYING HANDICAP : . IRISHMAN' ? ? J Ayr Girl ? ? ? ? - Kentucky Girl .. .'. ? ? ?? ? FARM STAKES : BASTBBTIDS ?? ?? ?? ? ? Wnltj .. ...... ?? ? ? ? ; Aleberry ? ? ? ?? ' JUVENILE HANDICAP: | Z1NTI ? ? ? J j Mnrdkln ? ? Herringbone.. .... ? ? ? : ? ? I WARWICK HANDICAP:' , | ERIC ? 1 I ran Out ? ? - j Ptrathroyalo ? ? ? I PACE WELTER : ,, ROTAL JIERV ? ? ? ? 1 Appcaranco . . .' ? 2 Cool Air ? ? ? 3 . ; (By 'THE SCOUT.') JUMPERS' FLAT RACE : O.D.V ? 1 Credit ? ? 2 Pboboa ? 3 FLYINQ HANDICAP : TARATA ? 1 Wuddoll ? ? ? 2 Monlo ? ? 3 FARM STAKES : WALTZ ? ? ? .. t Hoy Blue' ? ? .. ? ? 2 Border King ? ? 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP : POMPA ? ? .. .. .. 1 Aricln .. ? ? 2 Zlntl ? ? ? i WARWICK HANDICAP : OLIVE GREEN ? ? ? 1 Mloceno ?? ? ? ? ? - Krla ? ? 3 PACE WELTER : PARATA ? J Royal ? ? x Momarjay ? ? *? *» ? f ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912
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NEWTOWN'S JUBILEE. HOW RUGBY HAS FLOURISHED IN THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912
NEWTOWN'S JUBILEE. HOW RUGBY HAS FLOURISHED IN THE DISTRICT. (By 'RAMBLER.') Newtown ! The name of the suburb whose main street# on Friday ond Saturday ulghts arc ns thick with pt'opto as t.eorge-strect ever waa no longer fit* literally. The name has lost lu clgniftennce wltJi the rise of new generations. The jubilee of (he municipality will be cele brated on Thursday, and the committee In charge of the lestlvltle* hap Invited the local Rugby football clubs— and other sporting bodies nnrilrln.'i'n tn tVn- virions nfmii.it. \ re. view of the Rugby clubs in the district Id op- j portune, for tho district has always been Itoen on Rugby. ' A Newtown Rugby club first appoared on the green sward in 1S7S — four ycara after the for mation of the original New Sooth Wales Kugby Colon, then termed the Southern Rugby Union. The Newtown team of that day— not Roycl Rhies — competed against the second fifteens of University Wallaroo. Redfern, Waratab. and other clubs of mighty record, the star com...
EXILED FOR FOOTBALL. TURKISH POLICE WHO FEARED THE BALL WAS A BOMB. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
EXE.ED FOR FOOTBALL TtnuaSH POLICE WHO FEARED THE BALL', ...' WAS A BOMB. J Abqut.tco yearB ago, writes an American an- i Ihor. ,duitag;tl-o reign of tbo cx-Sultan, Abdul j Bjtmld. tbo son of a Turkish notable, having ; acquired ia'Javo .of football in his student days.! la, England,. 'formed a. football club oa his re- i turn Jo Tnrjccy. Tbo club practised on a ground j behind. WKh : walls near hiB father's house. . Tho secret i police, never having heard of tho ; galiic, i-pd : learning , that . the large elastic ball waa-called:)tt Turkl3h by the same name as that iopplled' to a. cannon, ball, mado a raid on tho 1 .club-hquae. »nd . arrested tho father. They ' .found: /.ml^jiber of Jerseys, shin-guards, nosa I 'protectors, elbow pads, and other paraphernalia, ;TAje:6)otbi?to..sver.c placediin water to prevent: their explosion, and the sweaters, etc, were sub mitted to tho. Saltan himself '. '? :-Whot» 'the 'IflttJds. of the father learnt ot all thla,- they, npppealed: to the Brit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
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RUGBY TACTICS QUESTIONED. STANFORD UNIVERSITY THREATENED TO SEVER FOOTBALL RELATIONS WITH CALIFORNIAN UNIVERSITY UNLESS GAME IS CLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
RUGBY TACTICS QUESTIONED. STANFORD UNIVERSITY THREATENED TQ1 SEVER FOOTBALL RELATIONS WITH ' CALIFORNIAN UNIVERSITY UNLESS - GAME IS CLEAN. i Stanford University. Cal., Nov. 1.— Formal' warning to the University of California that no 'uusportsmunlika tactics' will bo tolerated in the inter-collegiate football gamo of November ' U, was forwarded by Stanford University officials after a consultation. Professor David Starr Jordan also gave out aa interview on the subject. 'Tho Stanford Athletic Committee has been Instructed to suspend all footb)}) relations with the University- of California if nnv rouch or nn. ;»portsmaulik«» tactics are uaecj. he said. 'Nov relations will be opened- until the game can be played without reproach.' Tho Stauforcl authorities, since the Intercol lvgiatc game , last year,- have complained more or less about the way the California boys play, azC to-day's warning, mailed to Dr. Frank An-.j r/r 17. chairman of the committee of the Call ' fornia coaches, is s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
'THE GLOBE' Great Skill Competition 'FINALS!' 'FINALS!' Open to Readers all over Australia and New Zealand. W COUPON MUST BE GUT ONLY FROM 'THE GLOBE.' -&Q POSTAL NOTE No ? COUPON. No. 5 | SHE . - - E ? WHISPERED D SOFTLY - Y ? IIIIIIIIIIII THEM - - N ? HE E... ? . LEFT - - . T ? ? ? ZlZir I ent.r 'The Glob,' FINALS Competition In «ooor der.ee with the Rulee, end agree to eoc,ot the nub. i llshed deolilon at Final and Itgally blading. ' Signed ? ? Address ? ? ? ? * ? First Prize - £,10 Second Prize - - £5 Five Prizes of - £1 Ten Prizes of - 1Q/ Twenty Prizes of - 5/ DIRECTIONS. Clance at the Coupon above. You will see two simple plirjstfc printed in large type. Opposite each word iii printed' its Final letter in still larger type. The object is to make a new phrase, using these Final let ters ;ib Initials. The phrase written by you should bear on the printed |i1ira«u in some apt wav. You mav he humor ous, biireabtic, dcscripiive, or fanciful; and aa original ' no°tU Itc™' MS...
SPORT IN OTHER LANDS RACING SENSATION. PROMINENT FRENCH OWNER DISAPPEARS—THE BURST BUBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
( SPORT IN OTHER LANDS RACING SENSATION. PROMINENT FRENCH OWNER DISAPPEARS —THE BURST BCBBLE. A curious point has arisen In eonnection with j the horres in which M. Nestor Wllmart was j interested, savs the Paris correspondent of 'The j Sporting JJfe.' Sojjic of there were trained In I Kran« e. but iho majority in Belgium, and they I all ran iu the name and colors of Mr. George Ashman. A number of yearlings were bought this yeur at the French Tattersall's, but they have not been laid fer. They were purchased ; Jn Mr. Ashman's name, without any declaration of partnership, and It is a question of who. id responsible. Then again, there are several mares at thy Morialme Stud Farm, for. which the stallion fees have not been paid. The otfners or tho stal lions arc not compelled to give a certificate of service until they receive the fees, and, as the* mares are all to ho sold by auction, their value will be depreciated unless some arrangement^ mado for registering the produce In tho Stud ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
- BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION : 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET Five Boori* from Liverpool Street. Pehny Tram to Door. Under the management of the beat all-round aport la Sydney, Mr. JOK ANDltKOM. Oar Table* are played on by JOHN iJOBEnTS, sxj;. VENSON; OUORGB QUAY, LlNDftUli, JIEEOK, and **try BlllUrdlat of note coming to Sydney. 25 TABLES ADVERTISING FLOOR — 11 Tablea, Where a g*me coats practically Qd. per 100. Why ptj 1/- tor trbat you can w*et for Od. STANDARD TABLK FLOOR— 3 TABLES. Including Ueorgo Gray Table, 1/- per 100. FIVE MAGNIFICENT PRIVATE ROOllS, FitUd with 200-gulnea Table*. Rate, 3/- por hour fo? pair or party. SPECIAL .FEATURE. — Tournaments conducted for i patrons (amateur) every. month, jC0/fl/- prizos (by Angus. and Coote), and Special Prize* (old Orkney Ct\). I Tuition by Mr. Andrcoll in private rooms at reasonable I rates. . . j Sing up 3*35 City and engage -oui and sfend j a very yleaaint
THE MASKED GOLFER. WHO IS THE MYSTIC CHALLENGER OF ALL AMERICA? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
THE MASKED GOLFER. WHO IS THE MYSTIC CHALLENGER OF ALL AMERICA ? Considerable interest has been created In golfing circles on both sides of the Atlantic by the appearance in. tbe States of a masked Eng lish golfer, who is reported to- be endeavoring to win an enormous wager aad to be matched against J. J. McDermott. (Atlantic . City), the American champion, for a stake of £1000. ...It. is stated that the . tenns; of .the wager are that, he will drive further than -any American player has driven before, that ? he. will brenk records on four first-class courses Jn six week?' ) and thnt he will beat the champion ot the couii'-, ?lK?oresBthCk Mas,k'' ?s ho llas been called. im?, * c ,rmv,l=' Wow him, main- , ' I'or.l.lcnl cilcuci-, and his wonderful I drhlng tho finest over seen in Amcrica. Much ciiriojily h;iu been evlneetl io, many golfing resorts as to who H1I3 sensational player actually is. .Some urKue'ttuu it lAlghl be* oilticr James Braid or Ted Jtnv, .the two big smlters 'Mhc.pr...
FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XVII.—CLUES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH j BV MADGE BARLOW. £ (ALL RIGHTS JiESKItVKD.) v, ru.\rTEH XVIII.— CLUES. I Eric immediately consulted Patchctt. a town lawyer, the mere fact that he was working for Flyn keeping him sane aud c;ilm. 11c stated her case to Patchctt, and his scanty record told rather against thon for her. The lawyer said so plainly, nnd approved of his engaging able counsel to defend her in the event of her being returned for trial at the Winter Assizes. 'I've gone minutely Into the circumstances,' he saJd, 'and 1 put it to you. Mr. Bamfyldc. if MIfs Macara didn't commit the crime, who did 7 ? k-.i ♦»,„ ctlfhtntr mntlvn for rlninc .NUUUUy tlSt mm — ? ~ ? n -\way With Porn. It .seems there a a very mysterious conncciion between them which the voung lady has been nt pains to conceal. She was in love w'th- well, gossip says yourself, and Horn bad threatened your life. It might be that ho also threatened exposure of some nort during this last nocturnal visit, and...
GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912
I GQLF GOSSIP ; ® © Or 'THE COLONEL.' — © I Manly's Ilnkn were well patronlnri! on Satur day, notwithstanding the big lawn tennis mateli which attracted to the courts manv men who now play hut formerly Indulged in tennis. The 1)Ik event at Manly was the Summer Cup. a Bcrateh foursome competition, for which a few good pairs competed. The play was not quite up to expectations, although the winner. K. SI. They went out In the excellent score ot .IS, | hill coming home they took -?!. as they had three had holes— viz.. the I2- 1» iu «. the Hr!i In «. mid the short 17th in H (therse being the only really bad holes In their round). The best part of their game was their putting, which Haved them lime after time. W. U. Ople and L-. CI. Terrier were runners-up. with H out imd 4' in: totul. St. Had they been able to ex change st ores with Apperly and Spcnce for the llrst two holes, they would have won the com petition. as these holes were fatal Io them, costing them 13 strokes— viz., (I for th...