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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: MASTER BOT CATHER, 127 SUTHERLAND-STREET PADDINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT : MASTEH CO? CATHEfl, 1I-7 SUTHErtLAND-STREE T PADDINGTON. The ahaye 1* a photographic reproduction oi a: frroiip taken recently. Tho FIRST' (but no oibcr) member or this Frronp^vho nresentB lilouelt at Ihe -JaTURDAY HEM: REE AN'D «'«E ^RROW-OEEICB 138-138- CMtl«CBSh,strDet.. AND IS IDENTIFIED, aj. BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will be paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern themselves la this will b0 rCdf~ to n^ee t^vccept the ^per-s^etal^ as ftnal. Tl«r taslM9a. ot Ideattttcat.on will be entrnstea to a member „f the -SATURDAY 11EFERI3E AND THE ARROW Staff. ANOTHER- SNAPSHOT KHOTOORAPJlIC.CQJinETlTION: will .upi«sr. la. next . issue, and-oihers will follow. LOOK OUT I OR THE. 'SATURD.W REFERht. AND Tilt, ARROW' l.'HOTngRAPJIER. lu the Btrcets of . Sydney. ? ? ? ? . ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT IN OTHER LANDS SCOTTISH SWIMMERS AND AMATEUR QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS SCOTTISH SWIMMERS AND AMATEUR I QUESTION. The General romniittm of the Scottish Swlm mins association tnet in Perth on November 1'. j where matters interesting to swimmer?', were: discussed. .Mr. J. T. Brown, the president, j who occupleel the chair, was a flelegate to | the Olympic Games at Stockholm, and he gave a lencthy r.n'l interesting report of tho busi- ? ness transacted by tho International Federa tion at Stockholm In July last. Tho following among other proposals were carried: 'Amateurs shall not lose their status by competing v/ith or against professionals In any games for which no money prize is offered. ' The games referred to are baseball, cricket, football, golf, handball, lives, lacrosse, tennis, quoits, rackets, hockey, and hurling. Competitors at arras between Volunteers and Regulars, flre-brigado competitions pum and simple, tho pastimes of shooting aud sailing, and all pastimes not coming within the destina tion ot athletic exercises shall no...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLIDAY PUBLISHING ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

HOLIDAY PUBLISHING ARRANGEMENTS. 1 In Christmas and New Year weeks 'Tho Referee' will be published on Tuesday instead of Wednesday, the ordinary publishing dates affected by the arrangement being December 25 and Januarys, tho raper appearing on the date Immediately precodlng, viz., December li and December 31. Look out for 'The Referee'* next Tuesday.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

Insist on having %Mer'S' M the real brand of Swiss Milk Chocolate . . Are you collecting the oards for Tobler's Al- ^ bum ? When completed wo o've 10/ worth of Chocolates free of charge.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TENNIS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

-TENNIS TALK. I © By -AUSTRAL.' © 0 I If the tour through Australasia now half com- j pJcted of the British IsKm team did no more | good than it has already done, and if no further j profits of any sort, monetary or otherwise, were ; to come from it. ytill the good already assured j would amply have Justified the trip and the ex pense of it. I have already mentioned to its credit the re establishing of the standing of the back-court game and the silencing of the exponents of mere net-rushing, and now C. P. Dixon points out to us another great gain. THE AUSTRALIAN GRIP. At his interview with a member of the 3taff of the 'Referee' at the lasc moment of their de partur last Monday by the Union liner Marama he spontaneously remarked to both of us that he now realised, after seeing it In use, that the 'Australian' hold of the racket Is very service able. He would uot, at my suggestion, go so far as to say It was better than the English hold, but he did not hint that it was a bk below it ...

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 — 21 December 1912

Better Be Sure Than Sorry! Better make certain of 11 j securing whisky of abso- fttf/M ! ^lote reMaM ^gped in 'the new noe-refil!able iij bottle, than rim . the risk 1 f of getting' immature I1 _ spirit by merely ordering H j ^ ^ w I HOW TO POUR. |)| I k |P Carefully withdraw the cork. lIJI j 1 L J | I Tilt the bottle (at angle || j lift J | shewn in illustration) and the gj J j|l||J|B| | ll^S'i n°* S^*L^e ?^ie while 'jjjjjj J | H| Kilmarnock, Scotland, and at Sydney and Melbourne. '''' ?

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILLIARDS GENEROUS NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

. billiards! © *0 B» ,-DHOP.CARliON.- © I GHNEIIOUS NEW SOUTH WALES. A rather nice compllmcnt was paid tho Queensland Amateur Billiard Association during the week by the slstor organisation of this SLite, In allowing the Northerners to take their date for the next Australasian Amateur Champion ship. But then the good old Mother State has always been ge.ncrou3 to its chickens in giving things away. Jn tbl3 respect It differs from our friends over the Southern border, who are rarely satisfied unless they run the show. It Is dim cult to get them to understand that N.S.W. and Queensland carry more people, produce more wealth, than the rest of Australia put together. N.S.W. draws population from all the Stotco und New Zealand but losc3 soven or eight thousand each year to Queensland, so In the Interest of Its exiles there, any crumbn that can be spared should go there. # , A COMING FIGHT. The paragraph in last- issue comparing tho relative cuelstic merits of Lindrum and Gray has been the...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

SAILING ® By 'FREE-SHEET.' © Tho various clubs anllcd an Interesting pro gramme of racing on tho tall end of t!io Ini'd southerly blow of last week. Thorn were flvo championship on tbo rard, but tho lumpy wator In Rotnny Hay uc«*oh Hltat» «l a pnstponoincnt of th^ rft. Opotrc « lubs lHt. eliamplonr.hlp. whilst tho Royal Princo AHrod Y.C. v.trjimrr did not follow ihe ytr. htH nojonn .south llrof, owing to tho hoavy yoa to tv.orn tho hcad:=. Tholmji gav^ another flno rxhibition of j-p»*rd I in thf Alhort Cup r.u-r. Sh^ proved to1.) fa?»t j for Ctihvuila nnd Sayonnrn nn tbo day. !mt failed MR. WALTER REEKS, Desioner of tho famous old-timer Tholmi, still holdlno her placo In yachtr.ia on Sydney Harbcr. to concode Aoma and Petrel their respective handicaps. Tho honor of securing first leg-In for tho l'Vj' guinea Albert. Cup. fell to Messrs. A. Wa.Nvv-jr*n and C. K. Fleming in Aoma. With a .start nf 27raln., Mr. Wail»\vorth was able to t-lall ofT the oppOHltlnn all the way to tho liulati....

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

'THE GLOBE' ' Great Skill Competition [ 'FINALS!' 'FINALS!'4 Open to Readers all over Australia and New Zealand. B25'' COUPON MUST BE COT 0HLY FROM 'THE GLOBE.' , — ? ? ^ POSTAL NOTE No ? COUPON. No. 5 SHE - E . WMISPEHEB D ? ? SWTLY - ' i THEN - - N ? ? I HE ' - - E ? ? ' ' ? ? ? ? i LEFT - - T ? ? ? ? ; ? ZI': !? I enter 'The Globe' FINALS Competition In accor dar.ee with the Rules, and 'aaree to aoe«Bt -h» »..w. - lished decision as Final and teoally binding. ' ® ?ttr\ j Signed ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?; ? j Address ? ?' ? ? ? ' ? j First Prize - - ° £»10 Second Prize - £,$. Five Prizes' of - £,1. Ten Prizes of - lO/- Twenfy Prizes of — 5/ DIRECTIONS. Glance at the Coupon above. You will see two simple phrjscb printed in Lrgc type. Opposite each word is primed its Final Icttrr in btill largtr type. The object is to ntiiku a iiiw phrast', using these final let* tors as Initials. The pltrasc written by you should bear on the printed i»liraae in some apt wnv. You mnv be humor* ou3, barca&...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FLYN O' THE HILL or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XIX.—WHAT IS SHE TO YOU? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH Inv » it a nr r o AOI niJ/ Author of 'Crag Cormao,' 'The Cairn of th» X-Y IWAUvjE* U AKLU W ? Badoe/.' 'The Sccrol of l ha Olsok Bqq,' 4o. [ALL BIGHTS KESEilVKD.J ClIAPTIiK XIX. -WHAT IS SHE TO YOU ? Flyn tat In an ante-chamber of tho Court room, in charge of a wardress, shrinking from hor Impending ordeal in an acute spasm of ner vous terror. There was to be a full Bench, and Culsheon hau stormed tho rural town : its biG'.ighamr. an'l traps and donkey-carts crammed tho public yards and sheds. Culr»hcen seized the best rieati In court, and hold them valiantly r.gainst tho resentful townspeople. I'lyn took a timid peep at the crowd, and slipped a cold, tremulous hand into the wardress', her courayo fast ebbing, her heart like a fine-drawn, fluttei ? i lnf thread. I 'Will they keep me long In here ?' she askeJ, ohudderingly. j 'Not very Jong, my dear.*' | 'And shall 1 go home when they havo . finished ?' 'Thai'— with a discreet cough— 'depen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION : 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET Five Doon* from Liverpool StreeL . Penny Tram to , Door. Coder the manacement of the beat all-round anort In Sydney, Mr. JOB ANDUEOLI. Our Tables aro played on by JOHN UOBERTS, STE. VENtiOS, GEORGE OKAY, UKDBUU, REECE, and t-ry Billiardlst of note coming to Sydney. 25 TABLES ADVERTISING FLOOR— 11 Table*, tfbere a game coats practically Od. per 100. Why Daj 1/. lor what you can u'et lor 0d. * * ' STANDARD TABLE FLOOR— 8 TADLES. Including George Gray Table, 1/- per 100 FIVE MAGNIFICENT PRIVATE RO^MS Fitted with 200-£uiota Table*. Rate, 3/« per hour foi pair or party. SPECIAL FEATURE. — Tournamcnta . conducted for patrona ( amateur) every month, £0/0/- prizes (by Angu* and Coote), and Special Prizea (old Orlcney Co.). Tuition by Ur. Andreoll in private rooms at rvaaoaablt rate*. Slog i'p 3 488 City and engage yout room, and spend n very ?leasant evening. LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. RICE, 1MPORTE11 OF LAWN 'HiJOJIS ItEQUISnES. GLAZEXGKIt, AY1...

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SPORT SALAD [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

SPORT SALAP ICY THE 'SATURDAY RCFEREC AMD I ARROW STAFF. I Tho Hon. John Hughes. M..-..CV. who died at j North Sydney on Wednesday morning, was the father of the noted Sydney University foot ballers. John and James Hughes, the latter now ? 11'cntificd with Paddington a.-, a member of tho j First Grade cricket team. The late Mr. Hughc3 j waa keenly interested in football. ^ j IS CRICKET SKILL HEREDITARY ? Among the spectators at the Intcr-Universit7 cricket match were Mr. II. 11. Massic, th; famous hitter, Mr. G. Stack, a successful bats man with the old Warwick Club over 30 years ogo, and Mr. George P. Barbour, for so many ; years a performer of distinction with the Uni- I vcrslty and Burwood Clubs. j All three have sons in the Sydney University | eleven, and the fact supports the contention of those who say that cricket sfclll i3 hereditary. Brothers of Warren Bardsley and Victor Trumper hatted with distinction in the Inter state- schools' match at Rushcutters Bay. R. Bardsley is a...

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MISS FANNY DURACK AND HER ENGLISH RIVAL. (The Editor "Saturday Referee and Arrow.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

MI3S I-ANNY DUHACK AKD HER £:nULli»il KlVAL, (The tdllor 'Saturdav Referee and \rr.iw. ') Mr, — -n your last Suturdsy s issue there ap pealed :tu article from tl.e 'Mancnester L-es- pi-tcii, ' coniuintn^ :.n mur.lew wnn miss Uftisy v^uiwen, tne bugi.sa la'.y »„immi'r, and world'-* i cLoru-uoIuer ior ...u -a.«ts, in which she is rp poried Its siatitt- mat ...se uad competed agains; ucnriy uli ,u\e .o.'t- n.iji. tauy avviaiiiiers except .diss UuracK, and i.iiu : ne would be dehghtsi to race Miss Ourack it it could be arranged. In Justice to tne Australian champion, 1 would like to point out that Miss t.'urwen has met Miss DurucK, uiut Uas be ju deteated by her. A tier the ladles had each won her heat in tha ii'O metres tree-style race tor ladies, Miss Du rauk in lmln Vj- l-.'ise.-, and Miss Curwen in iml.i ::: 2-5vee, the lauU's met in the seml-hnal, r»Ui Miss Uura--l: won in lmln l-flsec, with Mlsn CfUrwcn second In lmln -t-oscc. Ihe 'Stadium' edition ot the ? Oasena .Nyhetcr' newapa...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

I GOLF GOSSIP I © ? By 'THE COLO fj EL.' 0 | When the Manly Club continued its Summer , programme on Saturday, there waa a very re presentative gathering. Over 80 players com peted in tho handicap event, and there were 2S competitors for the Summer Cup, an 18-holo3 scratch competition. The winner was E. L. Apperly. with a record round of 76, which was put together In his best biylo. Hla card read thua :— Out.. ..47346444 4—40 In .... 3 5 5 3 5 4 T, 3 C — SG— 76 His home-coming was particularly good, and his all-round play wan excellent, ns, although hr made a few mistake?, he made up for theru fcy fine recoveries. J. D. Howdcn, the old Victorian player, was runner-up with an excellent card of 70, and hl- Has a very meritorious performance, consider ing that he had recently been prevented by 111 n-cs from playing golf, and he Is almost a stranger to the Manly links. Tho course was [ in good order after the rcccnt rain, and it j suited Ilowdcn as he was able to put in some ; fine appr...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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HOW TO HANDLE A BOXING CONTEST. EUGENE CORRI England's Premier Referee Explains How to Do It, and How Often Spectators see Little of the Fine Points. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

' HOW TO HANDLE A BOXING CONTEST. EUGENE CORRI England's Premier Referee Explains How to Do It, and How Often Spectators see Little of the Fine Points. J ? I I do not think that the rules governing cor ing contests are particularly clearly umiv.r stood by the average follower of the j It may be ut' Interest, therefore, if 1 qunto the Qucensberry Utiles for the regulation of con tests for eudurance:— 'To be u fair stand-up boxing mutch, ?n a 21 foot ring, or ua near that siac as »-rueU- able; no wrestling, hugging, or hangins-ou allowed ; should a (.linen occur, the men to break away immediately, aud iteiiuer itu.i ku:*.i deliver a blow w:thout having both hands ;re~; tht; rounds lo be o» throo tor i\vo) .uhid«. .* j' (duration, as may be agreed beforehand, ouc niinnio tin.e bciwc-c.i each lound; tr -..t-i.r man fall through weakness or otherwi.so, .»e must j;et up unassisted; his opponent mean while must not stand o\cr bim, i,ut ^tep bu.-it out ol ;l:stMico. So i-oou, i»o.ve\cr, .u ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

BOWLS AND. BOWLERS BY 'TOUCHER.' 'A glass of wine iwlth the president, gentle men !' (Mr. Alec. Loudon), 'with the Press ' (Mr. Shadforth j, 'with the two ex-prcsldents' Messrs. W. McLcod aud Geo. RafTan (Mr. While), 'with the hon. treasurer (Mr. Wal lace). All who have been bowlegs during the T.O years he has held office stand tip'' (Mr. Whitehouse); 'with the secretary of the N.S. Wales U.A., cood old Shaddy.' (Mr. Gartrell). A little later it was 'Shadow.' and further on 'Shady.' 'With the vice-president of tho ?Australian Bowling Council. Mr. WhitehouBe' (Mr. Searl). 'With the manager of -the N.S. Wales team In England, Mr. Louden' (Mr. Wat son). All the returned travellers Joined lu yelling 'Loodon,' whatever that may mean. There certainly was something hidden In it. 'With that good old bowler and vice-president. Mr. Geo. Coatcs' (Mr. Spenco), 'with the manager of tho teatn for Melbourne. Mr. Mc. Chandler' ; and so it went on. No sooner ha 1 the diners got ;*id of a few mouthfu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

ASK FOR Foster's La?&»r -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOSSIP OF THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

GOSSIP OF THE RING. (By 'SOLAR PLEXUS.') 'He Is the strongest light-weight In tho game.' 'Stronger than. McCoy?' 'Yes, and stronger than he (Turner) waa when I met him last, about five years ago, and you can say that I have a friend who will back him against any light-weight, bar McCoy and myself, for as much money as they like to put up. ?lack Head, Frank O'Grady. or any of them — Head for choice.' Thus spoke Hock Keys in reply to a question concerning the possibility of Hob Turner being j able to get going again. Judging by the latter's j showing against Joe Williams— a mighty good up-country Ind, who has beaten all kinds of I men. from heavy-weights down— last week at the Stadium, It certainly looks as though the ex champion would give a good account of himsMf against some of the crack light-weights of to-day. 'An Old Boxer' writes:— With all due respnet to Mr. Arthur Scott, who, 1 am satisfied, is a good honest man. I consider that when two Judges are acting, their decisions, wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

DOCTORS RECOMMEND Gilbey's Dry 6in

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

The Best I Old Orkney Whisky. The purest spring water from the heather-clad hills of Orkney Island is used in the distilling of 'O.o.'

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