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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: MR. E. WRIGHT, 50 BROWN STREET, CAMPERGOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT : MR. E. WRIGHT. 50 BROWN STREET. CAMPERDOWN. Tie abova la a photographic reproduction of a group tal.cn recently. Tbe FIRST (but no other) member of this group who presents himself at tbo 'Saturday nrirpn^u. i m ?TUB ARROW OFFICE, 13G-138 Castlereagb-street. AND IS IDENTIFIED as BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will bo patd ONE SOVEREIGN. Al' who^ concern Themselves l Understood to ngreo to accept tho paper's decision as ilnai. The business of Identification will bo entrusted to a member of tho 'SATURDAY n^FEUFF »vn THf a p nnn'' q.,w ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear in next issuci and others will follow. LOOK OUT. FOR THE 'SATURDAY REFPnFF wn ttin THOTOGRAPHER in tho streets of Sydney. ' Kt.fh.Hbt. AND Tilt. ARROW'

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT SALAD SCENES THAT ARE NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

I SPORT SALAD (BY THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE ANO ARROW- STAFF. SCENES THAT ARE NO MORE. Mr. E. S. Mnrlt,. the New South AVal'.-s Sports Club illriM:tor. lost 600 photographs in the :lre at Harrington's on Saturday. He had tr.ken thj bulk of them in England, but thoy clto om I, ;-a,. ,.,j very complete and valuable act »t Egvptlan scenes, lie tad only just brought those home from his Europonn travels. Such is luck. Rupert Minnctt. the North Sydney tatnman. who corapllcd 205 so brllllantlr against R^'crn. | onlv recently returned from k visit Io England, where he met with some remnrltable micccm_ Tift- AUSTRALIAN COACH, MR. W. J. MIDDLETON, IN HIS LAUNCH ON THE THAMES, PREPARING THE CREW FOR HENLEY. -Photo, take', vy Mr. V. S. Marks. as batsman in club cricket on the few occa sions on which the donned the flannels, Mr. W. P. McElhonc, of the Cricket Board cf Control, headed the poll in the Bligh Division in the City Council elections. If he should ever aspire to the position no abler or mo...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLIARDS STEVENSON NOT COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

! _ || BILLIARDS 1 ® !' Br 'DROP-CANHON.' © | STEVENSON NOT COMING. According to tne news rrom India, we aro not to be entertained by Harry Stevenson mis year. The papers In the Land of Rajahs state \t'nt, after doing India with George Gray, the ox champion will part from him at Colombo, on February 15. and tour through Bunnah, while Gray will take steamer for Australln nrrti-in~ at Melbourne on March London advice is a trifle different, ns It is there stated Iha: .Ste venson opens at Thur.Uon's Mall on Maiih ?-. If that Is so, the Durmah trip will have to be cut out. Another item of new* is that Gray return* to England In September with the intention of making that country hi3 headquarters for the future. This is news, and Indicates that tho trouble with John Roberts has been settled amicably. 1 presume that the 'Red Marvel,' although on a trip to see his people alter an abnoncc ot over two VO:»r« will cW/. .. cnHnn nt nvhihl.l.^ games in the various centres, nnd it may be Lindrtim...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OLYMPIC SWIMMER IN MANY LANDS. LESLIE BOARDMAN HAS GLORIOUS TIME. BUT APPRECIATES THE ISLAND IN THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

AN OLYMPIC SWIMMER IN MANY LANDS. LESLIE BOARDMAN HAS GLORIOUS TIME, * BUT APPRECIATES THE ISLAND IN , THE SOUTH. (By A -SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' SPECIAL.) \ ' 'Mid pleasures and palaces though we may mam. Be it ever so humble there's no place lfk- home.' This was Mr. Leslie noardman's refrain when asked If he frit pleased to be back In Australia again after his Kuropean tour in quest of Olym pian honors at Stockholm. 'From my own point of view, as one who loves the open-air- life,' he added, 'Sydney takes tho bun. Dut. you want me to talk of my travels,, and not of, fair Sydney town, its invigorating waters, anu its urignt sun. as a preiuae. let me mention n little- Incident to Illustrate tho illfference In temperament between Australians and. foreigners, and incidentally the diffcrenc? -:i customs. After leaving Stockholm wc proceeded to Germany. In Derlln I witnessed the chuiiK* Ing of the Guard at Jthe Emperor'a Palace. A great crowd was. there, and it was a crush. One of tho...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TALK. A. B. JONES AND PARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

I ? TENNIS TALK. I © By- 'AUSTRAL.' G A. U. JONES AND PARKE. 1 Forgetting for a moment iliut 1 was present in Melbourne, am! saw the flashing irishman, J. (?. p.irJsc, defeat Norman IJrookes, and looking only at the form displayed by XJarkc In his natch against A. ». Joncss. I must Join in the question put all round tho arena at Double Bay, How (Uci tills player beat flrookes ? Of course, lie did. and there's an end to it, as far as the linvls Cup match is concerned ; but tho Sydney ?iui)!ie who woru not Ituky enough to be in Mel bourne cant possibly, on i arKe s mjo'Aiuf; Jim, ;»o convinces that I3rookes was anywhere near his form in the Davis Cup. Two factor.1, however, have to be taken into tousidcration.' First. titb contest had not to the Irishman anything lik-' the same importance as the Davis Cup. and. s-vorul, A. B. Jones is a skilful taetkian, ami a liner player than Is perceived, and ln« has had the advantage of being able to analyse thr Irishman's Rome, ami of moulding hi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERNATIONAL LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION. FORMED AT MEETING IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

INTERNATIONAL LAWN TENNIS ' . ASSOCIATION. rORMED AT MEETING IN PARIS. u — . ?- On tho initiative of the French governing body, delegates' representing various Lawn Ten his '.Associations met in Paris on October 27, to discuss their common interests. Great Britain,. France. Belgium, Australasia, and BohciQia all had their spokesmen. ' . The main theme for debate were provisional i t gelations, drafted by the French Association, for Lav organisation ot international- champion bhip;?, their auequato'control. and the adoption o£ t'li unuueur principle which Jhall be common to ail countries. No code was or could be dc Jiuliciy ratiued— each deputation would natural ly hav'e to consult its own association— but tho points of ditl'erencu between the various coun tries were fouuu ;to be surprisingly email* Tho cotiiercncc was' a great f.ucc(.js. At its close it was decided to submit jfla piopoccd regulations to all the principal ing bodies, and to hold another meeting of In ternational dele...

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 — 14 December 1912

I 'SUNDAY TIMES' J DOUBLE | | XMAS NUMBER! :j: TOMORROW! I 3*t I *xtr° Charge. ^ £

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE MATCHES. CLUBS, SCHOOLS, AND JUNIORS CLUB CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

CRICKET AND CRICKETERS I INTERSTATE MATCHES. BY 'GULLIVER.' '^CLUBS, SCHOOLS, AND JUNIORS CLUB CRICKET. ? i The 'weather is uncertain as one writes. It 1r cold and ruin is .'ailing, hut Saturday ufwr noon Ja sonic time ahead, and it inny -be line. : with wickets llrm. for the conclusion of grade 'contests started last. week. ,, V Attention focusscB on the North Sydney v. ! \ ' Itedfcrn contest on the North Sydney Oval, where the Shoremen. made such a good start ] 'on tho first duy. I Hjat erlekct Is a greater same than ever, despite what pesslnrlsts may Fay, Is proven week after week by the keen and clever play in grade cricket, anil by the Interest shown by followers of the gume In the best club contests. ? At North Sydney from 2000 to 3000 people gathered round the enclosure, and the seating accommodation was much too small to meet the demand. '? 'ABOUT RUPERT MIN^ETT. ' ' Tho battlnff or Iluprrt Minnctt dominated the same. He waa -it his best, busy, with many strokes brought Into...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT. RAILWAY and TRAMWAY C I.t*n. O'Conncll it.. NVvtowr Commmfti TO-NIGHT (Saturday), md will be continued en MONDAY. Poor* open at 7.3^ pan.: commence at « 0 P.m. PRICES— 2' «nd V._ j. s, AT KM AN. ' The Eest ! Old Orkney Whisky. The purest spring water from the heather-clad hills of Orkney Island is used in the distilling of ' * : mo.' f

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOARD OF CONTROL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

I BOARD OF CONTROL ITEMS The new president, Mr. K. E. Bean, Is one of ! the hardest 'and keenest workers for crick-'i in Victoria, besides being a very ardent club player who has represented his State. In anti-Board circles he has been regarJod as a great disturber in Melbourne cricket. In Board circles be is differently rcg-irJad, lor ; he tins been the leader of the reform move ment iu hJa Stute— a very hard fighter for what he considers is best. Ihe most Important matters considered ty the Board, from the public point of view, is that portion of the report of the manager of j the Australian team relating to the condu.-t if | two or three of the players. The matter Is sub-Judlce. and therefore, in fairness to the Implicated players, It need i.ot be discussed beybnd remarking that, to Judge by the personnel of the sub-committee— W. P. MeKlhone, S. Smith. P. G. Foxton. G. Mosiyn Evan, and E. K. Bean— the matter will be thoroughly Investigated, and a satisfactory de cision to cricket...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

| NEW ROOFED STADIUM ?£| THE LARGEST AND BEST-EQUIPPED BOXING ARENA IS THE WORLD. V, TO-NJGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT , GREAT INTERNATIONAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONTEST, JEAN POESY (France) v. HOCK KEYS (Australia) :,-?? PRICKS — 10/ (Reserved), 0/, a/, «/. Box Plan as usual. Next Wednesday Night. JLEON BERNSTIEN (France) v. FRANK O'GRADY (Australia). NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON. GREAT BOXING MATIXEK. l'Ol'lt U ROUND CONTESTS. TRAINING EXHIBITIONS BV LEADING IMPORTED AND LOCAL BOXERS. GOOD TEN-ROl'ND CONTEST. Billy Cox v. Robin Smith. ? : First-class Musical Programme. Afternoon Tea provided for Ladies. ? , ADMISSION : 2/- and 1/. Ladiei accompanied by Gentlemen, FJtlCE. EDMUND COVELL, Secretary. NEW ROOFED STADIUM at s.30 p.m. BOXING NIGHT at 8.30™. THURSDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 26. j great heavyweight CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST M BETWEEN TWO ACKNOWLEDGED CLAIMANTS 'l'Olt Till'. WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. | SAM LANGFORD v. SAM MACVEA. ty ntlCES : xl (Reserved), 10', .V, aud 3/. [vj BOX PI.AN OPEN'S OS MONDAY NKXT at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

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Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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"I AM DONALDSON'S MASTER ON THE TRACK." Says Walker of South Africa, who has £500 Backing. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

'??I AM DONALDSON'S MASTER ON THE TRACK,' Says Walker of South Africa, who has £500 Backing. The return of Reggie Walker to the sub ;vki|coiitinent, with A. B. Postle close at his. heels, .f^viimarks the commencement of what will probably VJo a new boom in pedestrianism in S. Africa. The ^Australian has arrived iu Capetown, WalUer i having preceded him by a week. Before leaving * T*Xor the Rand to prepare for bis race over 10U jV-'j yards with Postle, Walker told his story in {^.connection with his races in England, and threw t?U-8ome light on his defeat in the two matched s{,,.-;Avith Donaldson. 'I am very glad I made the trip,' began the -; ? -»TataJian, 'for I was able to demonstrate my i /' best form to the Home people, and I cannot i .'-. 'help regarding my tour a success ; but 1 am : ''i-'norely disappointed at not being able to bring the championship back to Africa, as it scemad |v;.v apparent I would at one time. The fact is, 1 $ fceem to he more than unfortunate in my match...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING TOPICS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

RACING TOPICSWxii-^SSr BY ' PILOT.' ? \ It. Is nlraoBt unnecessary to write that there Is very little doinc In connection with the Vil li era Stakes, even those bookmakers who Issue price lists apparently having dono ho on this occasion more with a view to giving their coun try clients something to talk about than with any actual desire to transact business. Ante post straight-out betting on the Summer races appears to be decreasing every year, but it 1j - Ktlll possible to get a fair amouut about the ?ri- Villlcrs and Summer Cup double— at a price. ?' r-\ Frequenters of the training tracks at Rand- I wick arc still waiting to tee St. Medoc | record a really fast spin. He has uot boon j asked to co one on regular galloping morning* | . ; .- thld week, and, as the race is next Saturday, '?r/, some of those backers who rushed him in J doubles are getting a trifle anxious. IIov. - 'V? ever, it is possible he may have been slipping ;-Vi along on the 'off mornings on the tan, a* I have a...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WILL BE CHAMPION IF HE CAN. Swimmer Albert Barry's Feats, Faith, and Ambition. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

WILL BE CHAMPION IF HE CAN. Swimmer Albert Barry's Feats, I Faith, and Ambition. j (BY A 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW SPECIAL.) j A Sydney-bred ra;iu or L'l vears, bulli on atli- ' letlc lines, weight ll'st. Ho was dunned at Fort-mreet SclioAl, and is a footballer of skill. Swlmmlns is u part of his life, as walking !s a part of yours and mine... Such Ir. Alb-M-t P;:nv, a young man whotc deeds In the w.iu-i nark htm as a comlne rhumnim 'All 1-arIy as I ean remember t possesse 1 an In-born love of the water.' uald this bt;dm»R rhal of tlit. chnmploiW. 'When hu* :i vea'a -,t 'lge I eompeled ln the Under Ten. Years Ol.am l- onshlp of All Sehoois. which I won. Highly olated by winning my first race, It spurred ine on to further efforts, and I live In hopes .'it becoming a real ehainnion.' ? It Is not tii» :-:»cech of a boaster, but of one who has faith iii himself. 'Joining the Otter Swimming Club. I was foo*i f-uccessful in a club handicap. The following year 1 became a member of the Ka...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"WARATAH'S" LAST WORD TO AMERICAN HOSTS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

'WARATAH'S' LAST WORD TO AMERICAN HOSTS (By OTTO BOHRSMANN, M«n«oer of the Waratahj,) The tour is completed, and wc are leaving » these hospitable Californlan shores for Van couver, aud thence for our home land, Aus tralia. On behalf of the Waratah team 1 want to extend my most fervent thanks. Nothing has been too good for us. In fact, we nave been treated far better than any king or potentate could expect. Wc leave this country with feol iugs of regret, with the feeling th.it our treat ment has been such that we can not properly repay the many kindnesses that have been done for us. Ot ir s tay here has been o i\? that has HORACE RICE. THE SUCCESSFUL NEW SOUTH WALES LEFT-HANDER, WHO HAS KEPT UP HIS FORM FOR MANY YEARS. made lifelong friends for us, aud thousands of acquaintances who wilj always be warmly re membered. To the California and Stanford University boys our hearts go out with all the innermost feelings of what the words 'wo thank you' run express. To the Olympic Club and t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

♦7TUIE .GLOBE.' « J- ' The World's 13rifhte*t and Best. Ertry Tueedty, , . Ercry Tueaday, ' '

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

SWIMMING. -By 'THE DIVER.') He is well on the way. Longworth's 'hun-- drcd' in 08 -1-5, and so curly in nts preparation*, says much regarding probabilities. ? Wo don't, Just now, expect any eyc-openln* half-miles by the Rose Bay crack, that would be absurd; but wc will probably sec thciu a little further on. The Wickhams (Alec and Ed.) are cutting, hard at each other, and their swimming and the State's prestige must benefit. Each will bring the other on. and batween them they'll provide something to interest and excite swimdom. . 'Two brothers, gents !' in louncci the oM-« tlmo manager of boxing shows, then hU pat rons sat back satisfied they would sec a great SO* ? Allck Wiekhnm, 59 T--4 ; Ed. Wickha'n, C-0 1-S was what the watch showed at M iti'.y datt Satur day. Allck is still the speed-, r ;swimnier. he- - cause more seasoned., Ed '11 get there sure bo fore long ; it is in him. » Our 'Festival of Empire' champion, Harold Hardwick, is exerting htmcclf a bit nowadays* so tbat he m...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

TURF ^GSSIP. 1 Roschlll this afternoon. Aleo a meeting at Kensington. ( In Melbourne th-*' rhcln? will ho nt Richmond ; in Brisbane Tattcrsall's Club will dispose of ' Its mooting ; and In Perth the JJelmont Park JJoU'i will be the attraction. Houll wu3 the raofit . successful horse in France this seuson, winning £1S,Q02 for M. lAc-hillf. rniilfl. 'Necessity la* the mother of Invention.' At h rocont South Const mooting a protest was entered against a winner, nnd the difficulty of no jrreon ling being available waa easily overcome by the hoisting on a* lour; pole of, a Jockey'.-? cup of the color mentioned. Old Whisper had' two' runs 'atMloscbery on 'Wednesday, ljut though ho finished slxth ln his second race — the Rosebery. Handicap—- a r-rtura to anything appToachfijK his old' form now acorna out of the question. The- la3t race won by Whisper was nt 'Kensington In May of last year —over 18 months ago.' Atherdon. favorite fop the first division of the Fourteen Hands Handicap ut Uose...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

BOWLS AND BOWLERS | j» j» BY 'TOUCHER.' Old Jupiter PIuvlus, the deity popularly cre dited ^eith the power to control things metcoro^ logical. Is surely on the side of bowlers this season, else the pennant matchcs commenced lasi Saturday wuld never have had such a t.lorlccr.— as far as the weather went— launch- ing. It was warm, and would have been not but for that tempering breeze — Just enough ot It to render conditions pleasant, and not enough | to auect the running oi ino ^ .J, I culatlonn might be upset. Everr good j laid down on a good green travelled truly, i What more could bo desired ? I There were surprises In connection with hap penings a week ago to-day. It would not bo bowls if none occurred. Though most all oo rervant bowlers gave Woonona a chance against Victoria Park, he must indeed have been a 'plucked *un' who would tip the South f oast team to beat the Parkers. Woonona. we know, held last Jear*6 Shield, and in winning it we remembered Mo nona swooped down upon the...

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