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

CRICKET BAT REPAIRS. CALL ON' WTSCIT &P L»'» Bat Repairer ot ? Victor Trumper'i At 57 King St Arcade, (Over J. Pearson'®.) TEHNIS RACQUET REPAIRS* l . ? 1

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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"AN ABSURD OFFER" TO VISIT AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

'AN ABSURD OFFER' TO VISIT AUSTRALIA. {FROM THE MANCHESTER 'DAILY DESPATCH.') A fortnight ago 1 hinted that the terms whlcb the* New South Wales League had offered to ihe Northern Union for the visit of a team at the end of the present season in England, n ight r.ot prove satisfactory to the homo body, and that was confirmed at the meeting of tbe general committee of the Northern Union, when tho invitation was definitely refused. i* Is difficult to sec how tlje union could have adopted any other course, and tbe clubs and the supporters of the game will agree when tbo facts are known. The official decision r-£ ! :he 4-ommlttcc wns made known In the following ! I'esnlutlon : I It was resolved to decline the invitation on | the ground that (1- terms of f-n per cent, of 1 fored by the New South Wales League Is totally inadequate, and -U) matters of agree ment and dctr.il. which can only be arranged by correspondence, arc necessary to be set tled be.'oro a further tour be arranged. The l...

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RUGBY TOURISTS BACK FROM AMERICA. Is There to be Another Stampede from the Amateur Ranks? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

RUGBY TOURISTS BACK FROM AMERICA. Is There to be Another Stampede from the Amateur Ranks ? (Uy - ?UULLIVER.') I £,» The president and council of the New South NVales Kugby I'uion have issued invitations to the 'welcome home ; to tne Australian reprcscn* '{ iative HUgby rnion team at the Kugby Union 1- Kooiud bligii-strcet at noon to-day. 'inc steamer .Niaiiuru by waich the players are returning, is t\pccted Jo itacn Sydney tuid ^Saturuayj ujo:u fli h.is been a \cry line tour, over virgin terri tory to the Kugby camiKiigucr. It has. been r cn.ioyeu to the l.igaest by the players, who met '/in wjtu woi.utoicj ucspilaitty iu San Frauclico, and truiu the colleges of California. Tne icum is not icturn.ng as conquerors America, for & they were twite bcaion in C'alifornij and tnrleo |t; beaten iu Uriluh Columbia, resulta which were uoi expecteu, and caunot be regarded as tcsti .Si inony to tae power of ihe cmnulnation on the ncld of play. As an outcome ot ibis venture fi- we will p...

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A.J.C. DECEMBER MEETING DISCUSSED BY "PILOT." Villiers Stakes Results. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

A.J.C. DECEMBER MEfcroC3sCUSSED BY 'PILOT.' Vllllers Stakes Results. I Mares have doii' re-ally \v#»l I in pas? Vi I li»*ri: Stakes. Th.it r;u »? v.uh firm nu» in I.m(.\ the winner h'inj: tin- brown gelding Twm Up. The t'Uceeedliig your Ulb':. watt successful. and since then the following mures have scored : Ordnnnce, J Loch Marie, ('oralie, rultniiiate, Air Motor, J I.ucinna. Virtu. Mi.ss Flaneur. Lady Kuenall, j and Myrnblcian. I he last four in suceensloti. To- ! day Loehano is evpected to subscribe her nntne I to (he list of winning niare.1. making a sequence of five. It may In- added that no less than ton j of the twelve places in the last four Vllllers have been filled by mare:;. M-me showing form which they fulled to reproduce. The race ha? been by no mean:* a bad one for backers, absolute favorites winning eight times, while in a ninth instance the winner shared fa voritism with another runner. ,Xor have any real rank outsiders been successful. the longest priced winner bein...

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SPRINGBOKS MAKING HISTORY IN THE INTERNATIONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

SPRINGBOKS MAKING HISTORY IN THE INTbRNATIUNALS. Tin- llrst team of South Africans to meet Eng l lanu tn were undoubtedly a brilliant team. ! They were superb; me admired of all beuolaers. | l;ut in tne international matches their deeds lha\e neon surpttsr»'d by the l'.UJ team, whose matches with Scotland. Ireland, and Waies nave been won. without tne goaMinc having been *1 his argiics a highly orsar.i.'ed defence, and denotes mat the am:»orlt.e.^ wno described the ! aouin Africans as an oru;n.»rv toinbinallon com | pared with .heir prcieec^oi r. must have been I t.j pf.ri ritiuil. [ ihe South Africans defeated Wales by a 'penalty goal to nil i\i C.irditf last weeh. ihe Welsh team oa tun (.'nrl:ii ground takes a mendous lot oi beuttng, tis tne All Ulacks and Wallabies discovered, .'hcitph both of those teams reckon tnai wales uid not actually de feat them. la the three International matches the Soutu Africans fcctved ;'m pom's .o r. : I. ine fourin and tust international will be aHa...

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OUR TENNIS LEFT-HANDER HORACE RICE Discusses the Value of the Left-hand—The Strain of Big Matches—The Matter of Nerves. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

OUR TENNIS LEFT-HANDER HORACE RICE Discusscs the Value of the Left hand— The Strain of Big Matchcs — The Matter of Nerves. (By A 'SATURDAY ftCFEREE AND ARROW' SPECIAL.) Mr. Horn-- Kk'e, the ihjmplon left-hander of Now Son || veil's in lawn tennis, llrsl repre sented this .'tne in UslM. attd against x'letortA he has playwi ;?»; times. This might Imply that he lias attained to th' v.teran stage. Hut th»t Impression is wide of the truth, lor the left ! hander Is «s nimble and ubiquitous »»n the ten nis court as he ever wmr. He Is a bright, cheery man, nnd this no doubt helps to keep him as actire as the youth of twenty. 'As 'nrly as I can remember.' he t dis me, aa we discuss tennis topics, and 1 plv him with questions, 'I entertained a great llKitie for lawn tennis. 1 first thought of taking the came up ferlously when H years old. and after that prac tically the whole of my spar-* iiiu- was occu pied In practising the various strokes. For thW ptrpose I would draw a line about th«- sum...

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BALMAIN AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. Eighth Round—December 21 and 28. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

BALMAIN AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. Eighth Round—December 21 and 2A I 'A' Grade.- St. JoJin s Glebe 'A v. AnnuniUle, I Caiwl No. 5, J. Miison and A. Edwards; Balint*^ I Bambler* v. Pynnont Refinery, Canal No. 2, I). Wilme liijid lL Gbmviile; Ixdchhunlt Hill v. Government Do:k yard. Canal No. 1, (J. Cook and E. Atkins. 'B' Grade. — Annandale Trafalear v. Leichhardt Ccntr.il. ; (.'anal No. 4. 11. .Martin and W. Thackeray; Balmain Ma-cotte v. Orange (.'rove, Eastern Par!;, G. Dawes atcl M'. Rttgg; LciV-hbardt Oak.* v. Ash/ield Selwyn. Five Dock, No. 1, J. Glanville and A. Ix-vely; I.eic'jii'.irilt Fenilelgh and Hve Dock have the bycfi. 'C' 'irade.— St. Redes v. Dntmmoyne Methodist, Fiv,» Dork No. 2, M. Mead? and A. McFarUne; Leichhardt Brotherhoo-i v. St. Jo'in's (.'lelK- 'B'. Canal No. J. Baker and K. I-e; 'St. Paul'.* v. Rozelle Juniur.*, Swan P;«rk No. 1, G. Breimau and W. Rinder; Balmain Wdiral and Pynnont Rangers have the byes.

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

NEW ROOFED STADIUM THE LARGEST AND BEST-EQUIPPED BOXING 'ARKNA IJi THE WORLD TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT UliEAT INTERNATIONAL IJCIITWEIUIIT CONTEST. ERECOLE de BALZAC V. REG. MIDWOOD FRANCE). -i (AUSTRALIA.) PltlCS: 10/. (Recked), 5/-, il/-, 2/- Box IM:m;an IVuaL Next Saturday Night JEAN POESY v. HERB. McCOY (FRANCE). (AUSTRALIA). NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON. GBEAT BOXING .MATINEE. ? FOUR 3-ROUND CONTESTS. THAINIW EXHIBITIONS BY XC- I'UKSY, McCOY, DAVE SMITH, BALZAC. (1001) TEN HOIND CONTEST Sid Fitzsimmons v. Bill Eudd. First-class Musical Programme. Afternoon Tea provided for Ladies, ADMISSION : 2/. and 1/. Ladies acooffipanicd by Ocutlemen, FREE. ? EDMUND COVELL, Secretary. NEW ROOFED , STADIUM atmo.p.m. BOXING NIGHT h ^ ' ' THURSDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 26. GREAT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST , fr UKTWSEJ? TWO ACKNOWLEDGED CLAIMANTS FOR THE WOltLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP Sam Langford v. Sam laofea 4 ' 1 PRICES: £1 (Reserved), 10/-, 5/-, and 3/ II OX PLAN' NOW OPEN nt I'roudford's, POa Ca Bttcrc...

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BOXING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

BOXING DAY. Th' second round of the 'Martin Shield' comple tion, conducted by the Junior Union for playerr. under the Hge of 25 yearn A Division. — Eastern Suburb* C.A ,v Centennial Park C.A., on Svdney S|»orts tiround ; um|-ircs. J. W. Trevor Jcne.s and' A. M. Churchill. Moore Park C.A. v Western Suburbs C.A., on Erskinevillc (-val ; umpires. P. M. B Division. — Parramatta and District C.A. v Bal main und District C.A., oi, Pairamatta Oval ; umpires, W- Purdy and A. Johnson. Western Suburbs Cliurebi-, v North Sydney C.A., on Redfern Oval ; umpires, W. Huxley and K, Doyle. The second round of the Inter-A.-soclat'on Comple tion. which is unrestricted ns to age. and open to utl registered players of competing associations, will ulso be played on Boxing Day, and is as follows ; — A Division. — Balmain and District C.A. v Moore Park C.A., on latter's wicket ; umpires, 7f. Clarksnn j ami A. W. Patrick. Centennial Park C.A. v North | Sydney C.A., on latter's wicket at Cammeray Purl,- ; um...

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BOXING WORLD FRANK O'GRADY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

I BOXING WORLD I j* BY 'RIGHT-CROSS' j* jft FRANK O'GRADY AGAIN*. Last Wednesday night's battle (it tho Stadium ?wns a boxing match. Thorn were people look ing on who overlooked that fact, and mild things bccausr it was not 'ft fight.' Because, forsooth, he did not go in and ex change blow for blow as long ns ho could — literally give himself up, a Inmb for th-- slaugh ter — Frank O'Grady was condemned by some — __ only a comparative few, let mo hnsteu to say. As I looked at it, the bout was a good boxing inairn, anu tne better ooxer got »?»« O'Grady during tho first half of tho light stood up to his man more than he did to Poesy, and ho traded punches. Karly the spectator could see that Leon Hern stein wan the stronger, and he seemed to be stronger than he was in any previous contest this Hldo of the line; but only because O'Grady waa the weakest man physically the French light-weight had faced. O'Grady stripped nearly Sib the lighter of tho pair, Bernstein going within a shade of ...

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

SWIilMING. Bov.di annual carnival. Rondi Bath--, ' p.m.; Svdnev .'?0yds teams' race, noveltv event, and clul- «^|(, comne Ctiou, Di.main Bath.*, \i p.m.: St. George .--):d- l.r^l stroke handicap. Brighten Bath^. :: p.m.; Itechabite bSivdd Xina* haiidiini-. diving championship, und iioveltv cveni, ElHngton Park Br.tl^, Balmain, y p.m.; L-'iehhardl League diving handicap ami duck hunt, Leiihbardt Baths [i p.m.; Randwick and Cooge-.« ('hrMtuas eeramble. Congee Aquarium Baths, 3 p.m.: Ro-e Bay 300yds handicap, Rto. Bay Bath#, J p.m.; Lane (..ove i«»0ycl.s geiu'ral handicap and Christnus du- l. hunt. Woolwich Baths, ;j n.m ? Sydney Ladles' weekly nn.-es. Row Ray Baths, mornini' Metropolitan Ladies' point score races, Ladies' Bath*' Domain, 3 p.m.; ilanly handicap, Manly Hatha, 8 p.m. '

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

| TURF GOSSIP © ft By 'THE SCOUT.' © Randwick this afternoon. When tlio December, meeting of the A.J.C. will be disposed of. It In tho intention of the owner of. Master Paul. at present spelling at Itlccarton. to ship lh« New Zealand jumper to Australia In the Autumn, nnd to rate him here over tftccplechasu ?At hist MniirlnvV menflnrr nf the MrlbOUmO Trotting Club ihe ntewnrdB suspended the II icnso of a paddock bookmaker for having per mitted an unlicensed bookmaker to assist him in calling and laying the odd?. The London 'Sportsman' of 13th ult. says : — 'The stallion Rock Sand, who lias been pur chaser! hy a syndicate 10 stand at (he stud in France. al a tee of fiOO fcovn.. arrived at Tilbury Docks yesterday morning on board the At hint In transport liner Mlnnewaska. from the t'nited States.' Tho Seneschal mare Don't Forget. who won t!.e 'Ascot Thousand' *11.2) In September of last year, further distinguished herself at Rich- ; inond, VW\. last Saturday, when she carried I ft. 3 ...

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

FIXTURES. New South Wales v. South Australia, at Adelaide. The Grade matches for the seventh round (December 21 and 28). First Grade : Middle Harbor v. Paddington, Manly, ?T. Laing and .f. Sicholls ; Redfern v. Sydney, Redfern, W. Curran and C. Wauirh : Waverley v. North Sydney, Waverley I.. J. A. Tunibull and R. M. Wallace ; Cen tral Cumberland v. Petersham. Sydney Cricket Ground 1., ?f. C.isiy and A. C. Jones ; Balmain v. Gordon, Balmain ]., It. Thornthwai'.e and A. J.ucas ; Glebe v. Burwood, Wentworth Park, W. G. French and A Seymour ; Uni Second Grade : St. George v. Wa.erlijy, HuKtvillf, ?T. Colli.-* and F. E. WiNon : l.eichhardt v. Balmain, Lrichhardt. W. II. Mitchell ami .1. E. (.'elding ; Rand wick v. I'nivciMty. Uainluiik, W. Mihcll and A. P# Willi »m«t t Centrul Cumberland v. Burwood. Parramatta. W. J. Barber and J. Crevvcs ; Sydney v. Gordon, Rush cutter. Bay, S. Smith and Rev. tj, Birry ; Middle llarbol v. Redfern. Sydney ( rieket Ground 2., W. G. Smith una F. M. Davis ;...

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

N.S.W. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. N.S.W. COLTS v. VICTORIAN COLTS. SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, ! COMMENCES NEXT TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, AT NOON. ? N.S.W. v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, JANUARY 1C. li iloorc-fitrcctr ' - ' . l^KC'V ,K. BOWDEN, bccruUiJb '

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CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. [?] Round—December 21 and 28. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. Eighth Round— December 21 and' 28. I A Grade. — Gladstone v Surrey United B, No. ?,) ; A. Greer aud D. Bailey. Oroya v Avenue Rambler*, No. 4; Anderron and W. Priddv, Oriental v Surrey United, No. 12 ; P. Cohen *nd H. G. William?. Tramwaj Works v Y.M.C.A.. No. 11 : E. Hawkins, and R. Citlhan ». Standard v Glammis, No. 0 ; J. Cairns and 11. Ww-V. B tirade.— No. 1 Division ? Petrel v St. Jolm'-, No. o. H. It-»yer and W. Rcidy. Woollahra Alb^-rt Edgedul Junior. No. 2 ; F. Murphy and 1-. Kron ; Paddiugto.i Junif.i. No. 2: F. Mun»nv- and D. Kron. Paddington El.-inorr v Y.M.C.\. B;*No. 14; S. Merrick and H. Srnvthe. No. 2 Division : Gordon* v Standard B, Nc». lo ; F. Hodge and P. Moflitt. S.S. Tlielnu v White House, No. 15 ; J. Hart and F. I aw M. Simmon* v Ulrnwood, No. 5 ; A. E. Ritchie antl — ? — . Little Cooger v Atlelaide, No. 0 ; li. Rutter and ? . Pa liny - v Woollahra, N-». 7. G. Schofleld and — — .

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VICTORIA v. N.S. WALES. SOME FACTS AND FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

VICTORIA v. N.S. WALES. SOME FACTS AND FIGURKS. Uy It. II. Campbell, In 'The Age.' j On Boxing Day the eighty-ninth gam' bo , Iwoen representatives of Victoria and New So-tih I Wales will begin on the Melbourne Cricket (?round. There nre still n number of enthusi asts and cricket followers who take .i mo/e than passing interest in these games. !n the absence of an English tc-im, and. given fine weather, tho financial results of the meeting should exceed those of last season, which were the best for a number of years. ? It may be assumed that the VlctorUo selec tors will use their best Judgment in selecting the team to do battle against the almost Invin cible New South Welshmen—for such rhey have proved themselves to be for the last eleven years. Beginning nt Melbourne in December. I&01, and ending at Sydney in January of thi.i year —during which period 22 matches have been played— Victoria only succeeded in winning three, and the figure.; which are here out covering that, ti...

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WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. Eighth Round. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. Eighth Round. Fir-t Grade.— Erskinev ille v Newtown Congregational, II. Auld and G. Covvper ; Mechanic* v Botan«, V\. Noo nan and J. Mulquecnev ; Botanv Blue Star v Newtown Oxford. C. Ward and F. Drewett ; Campeidc»vvn v llurlstone Park, R. Reus and W. Huxley ; Burwood United v Sargent's, R. King und A, E. Patrick ; Ash field u bye. Second Grade. — Canterbury v Bralo anil Co.. J. Ayres anil S. Johnson ; CampsiciV St. Aubvn, A^itield B* v Alexandria Thelma, Ncttleton, Son, and Co. v Brcadway Knox, Warren Cambridge v (lowing Bros. Third (trade. — No. 1 Division : Campsie Waratah r Erskiticvillc Surrey, Petersham ('ollingwood v Cam perdown Cambridge, Petersham United v Burwood United B, Marrickville Juniors v t.'amperdow-n Kioru, Fernhlil Kioru v Petersham Collingwood. No. 2 Di vision : Dymock's Book Arcade v Redfern Waratah, Petersham Federal v Farleigh's. Ltd., Good Templars* v Waterloo Surrey, Darlington Junior v Victoria l'ark Junior, Redfern Kent v Wan...

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AMONG THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

AMONG THE JUNIORS. (BY 'RAMBLER.') The coming week will be extremely ouhv with Junior, players both at home and abroad. Tho States' representatives will be fighting for supremacy with Victoria and South Aus tralia at Melbourne. The Western Suburbs Churches Union will in augurate contests with Queensland Churcn As sociation at the Northern capital. Three. Friendly Societies teams are receiving visits from kindred Victorian bodlci; and a Tasmanian side will be in Sydney. Then there are the Martin Shield. InMrrAs- : socfatlon, and Umpires' League games all to bo ] In full swing. This makes a rather convincing reply to pes simists who imagine they sec any falling off in tho enthusiasm of players. The New South Wales Junior team now' f on- \ sists of F. Storey (captain). F. Poole » Balmain . and District). J. Lee. R. C-irroll (Mooro Park;. ' G. Mackay (Parramatta and District). W. Dob- , son, J. Hingerty (Centennial Park), E. Sllngaby | (Western Suburbs), G. Fraser. L. Qulnn. o. Greenwoo...

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NORTH SYDNEY ASSOCIATION. December 21 and 28. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

NORTH SYDNEY ASSOCIATION. December 21 and 28. A Grade. — Willoughby v Lane Cove. Lane Cove No. 1; T ravers and Thnishell . Kirribilli v Chatswood, Beauchamp Park ; Roache and Townserd. WotlcigJi v N.S. Institute, North Sydney Oval No. 2 *, Kelly and Turner. B Grade. — O.sram v Chat-cwood Arrher, Narctnhurn No. 3. Neutral Bay v Balgovvlah ; Somern and Trc wir-Jone^. Christ Church v Lane Cove, Nareinbum No. 1 ; Keane and Tvrrell. Brookvale v North Syd ney Baptist, Cainmeray Park No. 2 ; Buckingham and Reynolds. Bay-road District v Willouvhby Foot bsilers. Nareinbum No. 2. Codnor v «Brick and Tile, Geie Hill; Kneeves (Vinlv. Caidytie. one eaefi). Good Intint M.U. V St. Stephen's, Cammersy Park No. 1.

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THE WEST AUSTRALIANS At Home Again. IMPRESSIONS ON THEIR TOUR—LESSONS LEARNT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

THE WEST AUSTRALIANS At Home Again. IMPRESSIONS ON THEIR TOUR— LESSON'S LEARNT. i Notwithstanding that the team came home, minus a scalp, tho pleasure of the crlckct wo 3 in no way diminished, and the gameo, es- ' perlally the keenly-fought two In New fcouth ' Walcr, were full of lutercat to our men, wrlUra ' a Wr.u Australian. The tour brought Western Australia forward ' thing else has yet accomplished, and It is hoped (hat the vl*it may be the means of obtaining for this State that much-longed-for seat on the board of control. All the States, with the exception of Nott South Wale.'«, are with us. and it Is thought thnt wo. can but send along a guarantee that our own delegate will attend all meetings of the board, we will be admitted. At any ra*o, should we fall to get representaion. tho twr | will not be without in-, beneficial effect on local cricket The board of control members have prac tically promised us thnt all English and South African sides to visit Australia will call au...

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