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SOCCER NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

SOCCER NOTES. 0/ 'VOLUNTEER.' focgrr.tulatjona to that sturdy Socccr worthy, Altc. Anderson, on the succeB3 of tho Sydney. That good sport has waited a long while tot tho t.urn In the lane. I may be wrong, but I think the halves made tho gnmo ou Saturday laat. Moore shono. Ml!hr moat effective, Byers I gooJ, Rlgby ditto, Wheat and Roso very satis* lactory. Kirfcpntrlck played top form, whilst Herron nad Charlton were their respective sides effec tive forwards. ! Robertson eamo nsaln, ns did Ernie Hugbcs, t'lso Thompson, and WhiUlnghatn was tho wln iier'u good pivot. That social evening of Lelchhardt Rovers was a great success. Thoao boys will yet be Intcr-Statcrs. What j about a Lelchhardt Club! I Ralmaln havo a night for hero-worship set out | on November C at Rozellc, when all the cbam | pions recclve their laurels. To facilitate handling, first league clubs wcro I placed in two divisions. There Is no distinction In tho quality and ' calibre of thc divisions' tcam3. Competition ru...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EIGHT-OAR RACES AT HENLEY AND STOCKHOLM. [?] CRITICISM BY AUSTRALASIAN PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

THE E1GHT-0AR RACES AT HENLEY AND STOCKHOLM. SEVERE CRITICISM BY AUSTRALASIAN ? PRESIDENT, A cv.Mo ' from London says that Mr. V. Hor nlnnu; president of the Australasian Olympic te un lias written to the 'Dally Mall' from the RMS otranto, 'ut' Ndples. hotly criticising thc bombshell. ' 'Some of tho utterances ol Mr. : Mlddleton,'' soyg Mr. Hornlman, 'In regard to Lraiidrr nro po ungcntlemanly that I am sure j Enrli.'li nportsmen will do Australians tho credit of believing thai thc mnn who has bo far for 'otrou himself will1 -be-most severely censured in J Australia. As leader of tho Australasian team, | I tender nlncerect apologies for Mr. Mlddleton's | rude - MT.montfi- 1 much regret Mr. Mlddleton's disloyal: ?* to the object dearest lo the hearts of the nranlserfl of the team— namely, that the | viKlt «ihotiW reflect credit on Australia and New I Zealand: aud 1 hope that tbe team will bo re member. d by IW netiona, unmnrred by tho! utterances of Mr.'Uf/ddletoti. who Js not a prop...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT THE SYDNEY THEATRES. THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

AT THE SYDNEY THEATRES. BY ' BOZ.' THE THEATRES. I linn MAJESTY'S.— 'Dorothr.' T/IKATHK UOVAI,.— 'ilic H'oman.' CUm:«10N.-'tJrt.Rich '/uick Walllncfprd.' AI»KI-l'HI. — 'Tl.e Ciil \M:o Took thc Wror^ Turning.' PALAfi:.— .lin.eii. THE VARIETY THEATRES. Tin: TIVOI.I.--Si.ir turn, Sella Webb. American Diffuse. NATIONAL AMI'llllfli:\Tlti:.-l^ llow, tte. l'JHM J.jjUrjjJncr*. THE PICTURE THEATRES. CUVSTAL I'ai,a- i,. — 'A ia tLc ilakinff.' etc. Till; I.YltU\--,'l.i.-i!tnunt 1'jnnc l^JclU a Hebcllion,' THK I'ul.OMAI. Hill)- and the Indian Mild' 1 1 1 1 : 'l.i.'Ju-llour -|iorti.' Ukj-T'S i il.Y Ml'lA. — 'IIui'mu Jicaru.' ^ LVl'J.t M- -'ijuecn lku.' DOROTHY AT HICR .MAJESTY'S. With Mr. Victor Champion aa coaductor aod ?Mr. licnry Uracy j»s producer, there will be a revival ot 'Dorothy' ut li«r Majesty's Theatro to-nl&ht. The comic optra was performed lu Syduey iu September, 1»M*. To-night tbf» revival will bring forth tV. S. Percy aa Lurcher, Talleur Andrews uh Harry Sherwood, Reg. Ro...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROWING AMATEUR ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

[?] Oy 'AQUA.' 0 AMATEUR ROWING » ..Th; c*nadJi»n is by no means n young man ; I p mi tccrntly beaten Haines and Tom! Bull Iran ' In * Amcrlro. Harry, of couree. way t.ir-r«iu;:hly train- i lor hla match ngaltiRt ,\Vnst en jhiiL with the s hort upell that he has bad, ha f 7 t\, ,'cJn i,r- rtV pood form on Monday. And I .lltliout.i ]3ur:!an will only have ha.l about thren v ,.!Vnri thc It la anticipated that hla | roji' hrough about- the doings of tile nrrjllcrs?. ' ''nt 1; '3 hardly Uiought that either Durnan't? I styln «»r ? pace v. Ill ?- nmmcnd thomcclvcs to Uiu I r, 1 v;;. MIc r,) menna in the first lllght | o{,- .i-i.upionr. nthi Harry should experience no the'i;- ' h's pretensions to ? Si'orji i Harry j:,» rtucossful, Pcarce. of course, ! »Tr J 1 1 $ct hla r;:.--* for the Championship, and the public i hould that he gets his backing. , .Th*' New Zealand Association Is endc5ivorlng to-o-« ita 1ms::;. - in order over the amateur fturi'i'i.; a r'tarn /s being asked f(ir, showing ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL GOSSIP. RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

FOOTBALL GOSSIP. RUGBY LEAGUE. (Ry 'GULLIVER.' ) Tho Northern Rugby League (England) re cently hnd to consider the case of tho Hull club nnd II, A. Gilbert, thc Australian inter national three-quarter back. What the exact' nature of tho objection to Gilbert's registra tion may bo did not come out. Tho representa tives of tho Hull club aud Gilbert himself wcro at tho Gcorgo Hotel, lluddcrftllcld, where the meeting was held, in «plte of the following tele gram, Kent to Mr. Churlcsworth, tho Hull sec retary, by Mr. John Clifford, of Hiiddcratlcld, a member of the committee: 'Shall not oppose Gilbert's registration further. Do not nuend Tuesday's meeting. Am wiring Houghton,' The Hull representative attended preparod to meet ftny charge, but It -was ascertained tfcjc Mr. Clifford did not desire to proceed with calling the Hull representatives Into the room. J: was decided to defer further consideration of the matter until the next mooting. Gilbert in tho mcuntlmo being granted permissio...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BILLIARDS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

I bIlliards'I ® Br 'DRCF-C-NM5N.' i ?_ -g- ? The rules of saooltcf I.- -1 - 10 b0 desired. Th y arc lull ol inrqualt'.i- - ??OBtmaicMow.- ;.td do not provide fi-r - 'f-tho knotty ?,,nlnls thai cr«i- up ' ' A PV n , arar: «kll» tlso posit I. : ' js . 1« ot plartnc V bilU are dWctist .# ' ' ,?-'«'? Mel,. . Oiinir. 5i is tiruil. UUIK. ' 1 iti own. Our i nod friend:: down tlv ; ' ?? ' a- ® dlfferont ir-'m th~ rest of the x-i-i'i- ? their 'football, rtf'tlKX ?' ' r ?' ^7* *nistbni 'nnd* place the blue ball r. ?!- t-ic pyramid instead of the I 111 d-»*n In the r ilcqof the gauic. . 4 I'iNK BEFORE TliK I'1'1- _ . ThU Illll' bit o' 3J,'?l?0,wcr last .ween v.;,!i . ??????« last colors the table, and w ? «J i votfrau n rgot lilraticlf (or - ? ,V°? jiiiik before blue. ? '? ? ? : Yi ^ ' !-..n-.Manlilit,if r.l: It ? ???' -i i tho out.. M.-.ndlns feature. .? h. ? ?;« . l.-.lrn. U ftiul '* «}'-?»- ?-»-} i-l 1 lie \ outll 1,1. w.Sr^S'?^' i.im^tlilcr'lHic it.v '??????' ? rf Iicr6r4 tWs mWb - u ore '...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CYCLING NOTES DOINGS OF TO-DAY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

I cvedNG Nqn||| [?] 1/OiSGa of TO-mv. .... . , irtvkfibj For t»«day, one v: . .1' tlpal. thoi:rh fine-' ! * hatt-vr-to* Jn th.* ? nsVttio Windsor :;.ce. 1' ; ? l*c&'tbatf ??picnic' went o. '-? gauged M-.-mr, ♦int.r^jlntiu: .?? , -Jrs 61m ,t. Winder' lor- u-. i ! btUrl&a.l i.»tteinls f?cnc f':' ' ' ?*' * big li« -'* i* HR1 ~ rarantta- Tl*c raco will alto... (bo Park gates nt-4 ??' ;o .toj-w®( Ju.lco t'it^roy lit) ??. ? P,n£°Qtuy tlM hill.' -aft nw?Wm imagine each ^ar*. ,an& conveyed to ^ tohVtlriQ,' in»:st lie «-' board ' rod new iill competitors i number.'* fro m Mr. lloreo Hotel, Par. o- Sydney League riders ha; ; ? luh. races to-day, though liou'y-- u ?*ill take place. oao- notb Tho Union's e; . . fiQ.mllo? Saturday with 1 ?' 'iono are road race at P.irr: t. ' as usual lor a ' ' . ..... A ROUGH TR.V-'i; o&'sfiht Tho opcuinj; ? . -!' ? t-y. .ffco Hour Hay was : r ! . «And lu veolhcr this ye.tr ty -regrets view of the imp.' 5^ fiould be' v«ro. heard o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

IT GOES INTO THE IIOMD .... and is valued when it gets there .... the 'Sunday Times.' Xcw 6Ubiects of general public in terest .... and Importanco .... regularJv rccelvo their introductlous la tho 'Suuday Times.' No other paper has so many readers Per copy. It affords advertisers tho most valuable advertising eonncctlon possiblo.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

MOTORING NOTES. I The mot-tr-cjvlo racing promoted at the Motoi* Sho-.v by tUf -N.S. Wales i'!lub-lasi Saturday, vus exeunt enough to please Che grcutoM lljuslast. Th«! track, of cour.se. Is hardly »u«t fiblc' (or roul. ujotor-cycle racing, but by en* forcing a i to 1 gear limit a certain degree of w-fet-V'bo:h to competitors aud onlookers, was assured,. aad there-'-werc no devastating plunges over tho r.dls of a. ilyini: lucnernaut of a motor cyclo among the spectators around tho fenco Ihero were, however, several spills, and one or two other riders appeared Ja imminent canger ol having one. Young J. Doherty, son of tho old-time cham pfon,*. 9boiYod*-fcimscdt possessed of a cool head and:.ijromUlngJu(lgmeat when ho won thc ilr.st heat;: following his father's instructions to strike an «u*«irugo pace and not troublo abou: tho Corners.;* .'Ills 'posltlou on his llttlo h.p. twin -reminded- one forcibly of ills father's old racLn'g croiich.lln -hl-s raclug days on the Sydney Cricket Gr...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ATHLETIC GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

ATHLETIC GOSSIPl ® By 'MENTOR.' © Tho Botany Harriers will hold thoir weekly .Tports meoiing at tho Now. Australian Football; Grounds, G.irdlner's-road, Mascot, this after, noon. Tho events are 120yds, 1 aiilo, aad rua ning hor, st?p-and Jump. , ? - - I — — - St. Aloysl*j{* Collego' sports will tak'e^pUc^ at tho Sydney Crlckct Ground oa. Prlday. 26U- inst. i- C _ Mr. A. R. Sioe, tho loag-dlstaaco haadlcapper to tho Auiat far Athletio Association, and tho; noted Marathoo runner, is making good progress* in Sydney Hn.feital alter injuries sustained lad fall from a building. , ? ? . MORE ABOC-f THE A. A. A. ' ^ \r 'Vl5*' -u»Vi %??tc8 ?rr''7,lat Iotter ^rom 'Troa! Mark ^ bl' b sou published laat. week interested* me grca*.i- -.'.na it has evidently. been well roadl and aj-preci.itcd by others, too, tor I hate' * heur.i lots 'fijtalk nbout. it. la athletic circles., m.-re t:. no aoubt nbouftho cxlstcnco ot petty' sfjiiabld- in the Council Chambor of tho A^/LA.,: and al.-' pi'ityijoalousl...

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

BOWLS AND BOWLERS ^ BY 'TOUCHER.' o» Again has tho beaten track of Association meeting nights been departed from. It was laid down somo time ago, at the instanco o' Mr. Geo. Raffan. then president, that all meet ings of tho N.S.W.B.A. should bo held on Thursday nights, and they nre, as a rule, but now and ogaln. apparently pure cussedncss or something akin thereto, moves thoso running tho show to sit as early in the week as pos sible. for what reason— well, they know them- 1 selves, probably. Tho latest stray occurred i during tho present week. Delegates wero called i tognther last Tuesday. Surely thero must bo a I kink In the management that so flouts rules | unless tho necessity bo pressing 7 | Messrs. Whitcbousc and Scott arc again this I Stato's delegates to the Australian Bowling | Council. Tho choice leaves no room for fault- ; finding, except that Mr. Whltchouso Is not, or | was not, n delegnto to tbo local controlling body, ' and Mr. Scott is still away from the country, tho...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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INDEX TO CONTENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

?JDEX TO CONTENTS. i . Pagj. Amv.r.- .. Siilirc ? S Athl«: ? - r 0 Swunsa;::- ? U lhlb-: ? — ». ' i .-a!- I ? 3 ? ? m a fc'po.-t iu t- . .? j ? ? 3- Sport l'u-:.. .. .. 4 o :: :: : Z r J :: ;; t fl l«U;i .. T . t- ? ?? . 4 tc ? 7 !' ? ? * Tr-;ii.T,- N ? ? 7 ' .. .. Trouii^- ? 7 Ssr-J!1--: ?? ?? - ' 6 . IVoi.icn :: .... 4^

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BILLY PAPKE BANDED IN NEW YORK, WELCOMED IN FRANCE—TO MEET CARPENTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

MLLY PAPKE BANNED IN NEW YORK. WELCOME:; IN 1 FRANCE— TO .MEET CAUPENTIER. | The following eablegrams wero received dur ing tho past week :~ ? New York. October 2. — Rilly I'.-.plto. alleging that the attendance wn3 not big enough al though the houso v.na- crowded, refused to meet Frank 'Mnntell In a scheduled ten-rounds bout last ulght. I The sport committee, ns a conscqucnco has black-listed Pnpke, and has notified tho Frc,nch Club under whose auspices ho was to box Georges Carpentler.' ?Tarls. October 7.— Tho Frcneh Federation of Boxing has declined to enforce tho New York' Commission's suspension of 'Billy' Papke, who Is to box Georges Carpentler on tho 23rd Inst,'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

Th - t -mplonahjp ot tho l'.-n ^ ciab. Wll bo ruu tbi.. ;U A'- 8 ®«l°ck. A ihuc hsitt ot ;j mi:r.: ' 0 chfoyced. A b: ' ot. descriptive Ocrour.:» of oM-; !!n.u' i; .. ? P»ESf.m '-o S|~.rt I 'a.:,- ut ? v'»wjnnn penny paper, 'ilu (-;IoL'' ' 'nSj^-^^ortU of UcWr ttcriv*, ?cicver ? wotions. &cV

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ONCE-FAMOUS NUNC WALLACE. DEATH OF AN OLD-TIMER—SOME OF HIS BATTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

ONCE-FAMOUS NUNC WALLACE. DEATH OF AN OLD-TIMER— SOME OF HIS BATTLES. j I referred briefly a week or two ago to the death ot Nunc Wallaco, ln his day a famous bantam- ! weight. Uo *was found dead in bed at his home, Fnrrlngdon-road, Stroud Green, on Aug. C. Regarding tho career ot Wallace, a correspon dent of London 'Sporting Life' wroto : — 'I am an old-timer ; In my day tho Ring bad a different atmosphere than now ; perhaps not an atmosnhero timt tvn« altvavs exhilarating, but tho men In it Wero men of steel. And Nunc Wallaco was one of them. Liko tho truo bantam —game, always game. Not a boxer In the scientific way, maybo : call him a fighter, a fighter by nature, by Instinct, nnd you hit him oft to a nicety. 'Flvo feet two inches high he stood, that's all ; but ho had tho 'heart of a giant. In trvery one of bin many und strenuous contests ho hung on to tho last gasp. For eudurance he was a wonder. 'As a youngster he first set us talking by his success In several glove competitio...

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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS FIRST ROUND GOSSIP. ECHOES FROM EVERYWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

CRICKETERS ! FIRST ROUND GOS3IP. BY 'GULLIVER.' 1 ECHOES FROM EVERYWHERE ' Tho srdncr Club* ,ro to atart ry sharply tbls frason, fcr ? ' « .. second trt ot matcbra to-d-.-^ ° West AuatraUaM tta^ - * ™ tcr-Siatc proBramae a -??» ' , « ' lBa ,-m Ot ih-. ptorera gcnfM'lJ 1 ? 'g, M early nm weather Wirv't ' ' 10 ,or» « ? taiixcn and fieldsmen. Tho 'Varsity anil .Vori of ?to both laced with the .rco points. But 0 ,v rcetion, though the »a..it. 7 . ..-osg effort at Waver lev. V-Tien Sydney ^T wlth SX.G htaKlt 'and K .f *{ flaring bis rolea In hai'-tas- ..lr'. .'; :, 'r lnjt io llttlo Australian t!«-? ? p. ??' roet and -Varsity «f.- r..; ' .. ' .Uo oatrtgM win. when - ' 'Z f£. atire, II. X)cverldS'-\ Join- 1 I- '-??? ln 1110 .:cond innings. . , The ultimate breaker. not preyed by .h. Jf™ VVT£ftS» v.cn in tho first ic...nrs, . . . caehed thrco Hs'ire* vi:h Mi* t-c«| wlc*oUr Walter Plto and H. Davy ea;i r=a 'nto tho :o'a, and ?bowed capital t»ra. **? Mc ,;miE7 and rcrcy Ncwtoa alio Z- r— ln ...

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GOSSIP OF THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

GOSSIP OF THE RING. By 'SOLAR PLEXUS.' Arthur Douglas has a friend willing to risk flfty pounds on his man oganst Jack Read, pro vdod the battle takes place at the Stadium. Jimmy Hill's showing against FlUJohn was sufficiently high-class to make ono wonder how any boy his weight could beat him. Frank Fltzjohn whoso cleverness has enabled him to keep his end up against tho best In Australia, was mado to look a novice nt every part of tho game. Never nt any tlmo during his brilliant career was bo so badly punished, or so outpointed os on Tuesday night. Those wbo have seen him at work at the New town Railway and Tramway Oymnaslum. think highly of Bombadler Davis, wbo will make his flrst appearance in Sydney on Tuesday nt the Galoty, In opposition to Jimmy Armstrong, who will surely try him out to tho bitter end. The summary manner in which Thlerlng dealt out punlshmoot to 'Skceter' Bartlett In the f preliminary to tbe Lester-Howard contest, en titles him to a chance of trying his hand ...

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G. R. HAZLITT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

G. R. HAZUrr. 'Preluaivo drops,' as Thomson writes. Turn runnels Into rivers; Tho Arctic weather glooms and blights. And gives us all tho shivcro. Yet, cowering o'er my study flro 1 (Time, 10 a.m.— the gaa lit!) Ono topic doth my Muuo inspire : The splcudld form of ilazlUt. I Old England's won tho rubber, and I Wo'ro ono and all rejoicing; I To Fry and all his doughty band ? Our gratltudo we're voicing. I Out let us think of Austral, too, For though sho lost this one Test J With us, the tough old Kangaroo | Fought well throughout tho conti 1 Ami Hazlitt's bowling was superb; , 1 drink a brimming measure Of (Omar)— 'this reviving herb' — With heartiness and pleasure. Five wickets for a single run! A cricket feat most glorious; No wonder when 'twas being dono The Cornstalks wcro uproarious. Noto well hla prey, frlend3 : Hcarne and T^ry, Douglas and Kentish Woollcy (llu knocked the latter'a stumps awry!{ Uarncn. .Smith, and Dean. Oh, fully Ho Justified tbe confidence Of those who shrew...

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BOXING WORLD TO-NIGHT'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

BOXING WORLD * & BY 'RIGHT-CROSS' j* ^ TO-NIGHT'S EVENTS. To-night wc will sco Pat Bradley's cousin. Joo Atchcson, up against Young Hanley at the Stadium. Atchcson In Just back from Brisbane, whero ho fought £() rounds with Frank Thorn. Young Hanley wc all know well. Billy Cox, of Mortdale, and Freddy Dawes, of Bond!, aro down for a 120 rounds go at tho Gaiety to-night, and on Tuesday noxt, Bomba -!ler Pnvto nnd Jim Armstrong will tread tho came boards and trade wallops with cach other. Bombardier Davla has a bulky acrapbook with liliu, and between Its covers aro a large number of newspaper, cuttings, which means that he can point to a record— not a very long one, but still enough to show that ho has tfobo thing?, and Is what ho proteoses to be— an English boxer of somo repute. Next Wednes day's 'Rofcree' will speak regarding Paris aa 'Tho Amateur' sees him In his first Australian, engagement. BOXERS WANTED. By tho way. 'The Amateur' of the 'Referee.' In desirous of hearing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 12 October 1912

SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan deery & co. im OPEH FRIDAY NJGHT TILL 9 PJ4. fiVD.SZ V SfOitlri DEPOT (QppttiL! lf»t£l Auitfldil), I 38 Castlereash S treat Sydney.

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