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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

'SNOWY' BAKER AT THE STADIUM.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

' NEW ROOFED STADIUM PERSONAL DIRECTION ? — .. R- L. (??SNOWY') BAKER. TO-MIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT 'THE CONTEST OF THE SEASON.' JEAN POESY v. HERB. McCQY (FRANCE). (AUSTIIALIA). PRICES : 10/- (Rewrved), 5/- and 3- BOX PLAN AS USUAL, NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dave Smith (Australia) v. Erecole-de Balzac (France) NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON. GREAT DOXKG MATINEE. FOUK 3-nOL'ND COSTESTS. TRAINING EXIUBITIOKS BY f .. . , PICATO, READ,. ZASDEB, AXD LAND. GOOD TEX- ROUND CONTEST. ^ Joe Kane v. Jack Rafton. First-elite iiu*icil Programme.' Afternoon Te* provided for 'Ladies. ' - ' ' ' ' '' '

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LANGFORD MASTER OF M'VEA. DEFEATED MAN'S GREAT GAMENESS UNDER SEVERE PUNISHMENT. Langford Wins Four out of Five Contests with his Rival in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

LANGFORD MASTER: OF M'VEA. DEFEATED MAN'S GREAT GAMENESS UNDER SEVERE PUNISHMENT. Langford Win# Four out of Five' Contests with his Rival in Australia. By 'RIGHT CROSS/* Sam Langford and Sam McVea, two of t greatest heavy-weight boxers in tho world, fought thfir fourth battle at the Stadium, and their fifth in Australia, on Boxing Night, and Langford notched hla fourth victory, over tho' Oxnard giant. 'Something '11 certainly happen in this round,' remarked a pres?man In my neighbor hood when tho gong clauged 'tinir' for tho ir.ih. 'Sure, you're right,' 1 r^phr-d, 'some- thing always docs happen In the 1.1th.' 'You'vo noticed it, too, eh?' chirruped tho prophet. 'I have, indeed.' was my rospnnso, and I added, 'something happens in every round, probably you'w noticed that also?' The latter part o t the remark was lo«t to the man addressed. Hostilities had commenced. The contest ended j brforc tho thrrc minuter, expired. 'There you lare,' «'hortled he who had tipped that 'some- | thin...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

The Best S Old Orkney Whisky. The purest spring water from the heather-clad hills of Orkney island is used in the distilling of ?' 'P.O.'

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

I BOWLS AND BOWLERS I j» - BY 'TOUCHER' - * *? All bowlers have my best wlBhcs for the new year. Locally the game of Low Is Is in tho doldrums. In other words, there Is nothing doing. Greens have been deserted. Caretakers look out upon ( unoccupied rink* from enrly morn till dewy j eve. nnd some of them arc not sorry; It will give their greens a chance. Those swards not, ag far forward as others are benefiting through I tho rest. I do not wish It understood that the various trysting-places of the roller of tho bulging spheroid have been wholly deserted; that could never be. There arc too many bowlers In the metropolitan area. Club musters are poor nowadays because it Is the general tollday time. The bowler mostly ls rusticating In the country, or has gone fur ther afield, and that big. troop of him In Mel bourne at the moment seeking honors*, as well as the manv more who departed South to look on, are missed from their usual haunts; and they belong to the regulars. The New South Wal...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

DOCTORS RECOMMEND Gilbey's Dry Gin

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLIDAY FORM AT RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

HOLIDAY FORM AT RANDWICK. BY 'PILOT.' The form nhown by Embracer at Randwlrk was decidedly pleasing to buyer* who invested in somo of the American-bred stock disposed of :i few months ago. Various faults were found with tho pedigrees, but ns four of tho few old«:r horses nolrt on thnt occasion have won race.* In Aitsfpnlla. there i«; no doulit as to th^ir gnllc.p Jng ability, and it is almost certain to prove the same with a fair proportion of the younger division. It seemed rathor strance that T. F. Scully should bo anxious to sell Embracer after he had shown good form at Rosehill, but he had the Vllllers Stakes favorite. Lochnno, in hi? stable, and p**rhnps the possibility of that maro — who Is owned by one of his old patron*— i being .defeated by something carrying his own . colors was not to his liking. In consequence he sacrificed a good stake, but as he received an excellent price, and there were winning con- ? tlngeocies attached to the sple, it is impro bable he \z dlsratlsf...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING REFEREE'S POINT OF VIEW Compared with that of the Man Outside the Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

BOXING REFEREE'S tj Q . POINT OF VIEW jfe u ? ? ? Compared with, that of the Man Ootside the Ring. Br EUGENE CORRI. T; I' That d«ar old time-worn saying whlcn tells Tib that 'lookers-en nco moat of tho game,' is, I believe, popnlarly understood to bo particu larly applicable to sportR and pastimes of nil kinds. A lengthy expcrienco of tho fistic art, however, has convinced mo that It mnat cer tainly docs not apply to booting, for thero can be no manner of doubt that looker.! -on out side tho ring cannot possibly get noarly so ?accurate an Idea aa to exactly what Is going on as the* man who occupies a position Insldo tho roped* ocruare. For this reason — and for no other — I always contend that tho referco should occupy n posi tion inside tho ring. I am well awaro that a number of boxing ex. perts are not in accord with this opinion. How ever, rightly or wrongly, I must continuo to hold it nntil it can bo reasonably proved to me that my belief is erroneous. Let mo explain why I consi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENI ZOUG ZOUG ARAB TROUPE OF ACROBATS. ALI HASSAN, THEIR LEADER, UNLOCKS THE SECRET OF THEIR SUCCESS, AND TALKS OF THE TUMBLING DANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

BENI ZOUG ZOUG ARAB I TROUPE OF ACROBATS. A LI HASSAN, THEIR LEADER, UNLOCKS THE - SECRET OK THEIR SUCCESS, AND TALKS OF THE TUMBLING DANGERS. ?Or. a 'Saturday Referea and Arrow' Special.) And this 13 All Hassan, 'leader of the famous neni Zoug Zoug Arabs, whirlwind tumblers, ? iicrob&t3( et hoc genus, now showing to crowded audiences at the Tivoll. ' Medium height, possessing a pair of more thaa ordinarily broad shoulders, a man well ret-up, beaming with health' and strength ard the Duoyancy or spirit that thgy give, he looks the typ.lca\ athlete that he is. But. hi bos a simple, charming personality, Is suar-o add gentle, and has a frank, open coun tenance. He might be a courtier, a cultured -man df leisure, but hardly the king of a cham pion troupe of acrobatic Arabs us you perhaps .picture such u personage. ?'Practise! continual practise!' to Id this polished' leader, of the Arabs, speaking Jo per fect English, 'Is the secret of the success of our troupe. But is It not t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

SAILING I © By 'FREE-SHEET.' © I The curtain was wrung down on the first half 3f the present reason last Saturday, when the ill-important event on a big programme of rac ing \v;ij the St-ite isft championship. A t'plcndld w ii ol e - f n 1 1 breeze from the cast- j tiorth-ea-: made merry Hiring, and once ngain , tne iS-footers were to the very best ad vantage, and the bis .'t»-»mer loads of spectators spoke voliunea for Die an.nroriatlon of the patrons of thin popular class. The day was eminently ruitnblo to the re quirements of tho now (toldlng-built Australian, which speedily railed away In the lead on the work to the new light. \\h»ie she 1M Donnelly I. by 4Jjr.cc, with Ki^inrt « - lose third. Down tho wind Austrilion wa.s able to increase her lead, and ultimately won hy the b|- margin of flmln 25sec from Donnrjiy t. and Ki.-mct, which dcad-heatcd for second place. The closc sailing between the two latter was the chief feature of the race. Donnelly I. lead ing by lTsec at the new...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

SWIMMING. (By 'THE DIVER.') Manly again! A new rccord range up for the club's Christmas Morning Handicap. No less than IS- started, necessitating eigh teen heats and .4:; penultimate tuzelcd as well of course, as the Unnl. Manly's previous high-water mark in musters at the post was iv!-— on Xrnas Day last year. There's something in records of any sort, they take a lot of reacu.ng these time?, but the roll mat can supply a.-t.:al competitors— not ♦on irics only— mt-B; bclon? to a strongly healthy body, and sucn * iuu health only coded of nrsi class manngemcut. ' The distance v.as 00 yards, which served to j expose Cecil Hcaly's ntnubb n»r t»ig thtnsa now [near at haud. Cec. strvaKed over uk course in : ill l-5sec — a tluc performance iuUccd for one so I recently oft a long ecu trip. C, D. Bell's 26 2-5 and G. Wyld's 27 4-5 dis covered a couple of comers whom this paper pats on the back and advises strongly to keep , going. Randwick and Coogeo /olds its arms and sits , back satisfied ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIXTURES. CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

FIXTURES. CRICKET New Sojth Wales v. Victoria, at Mclbcunw. | Victorian Colts v. Gouiburn, ut Goulburn. Tbc Grade matchcs for the seventh round (Dcccm«'-u* 21 and 2ij. Jfirst Grade : Middle Hail.or v. l'addinsttcn, Manly, J. Lain^r ^n-3 J. NicholN ; v. 2ydm»y, l»edfern, 'W. Curran an-J C. Wju^Ii : Wavcrlry v. Norm Sydney, ^Vavtrli-.v I., J. A. Turnbull and It. il. Wallace ; Cen tral Cumberland v. IVtersliatn, Svdnry Cricket Ground 1., J. Casey and A. C. Jones ; fi.ibn.iin v. Gordon, Ujlriuni I.. H. Thornthvaite and A. Lucas ; Glebe v. Uurwood, 'Wcnnvortb i'ark, W. G« French and A. iieymour ; tin \ervKy a bye. Sei\-nd Grade : St. George v. Wavcrlt-v, Hurstville, .T. (Ydlid and K. Wil-on ; Leichhurdt v. Hahnain, Leichhardi, W. II. Mitchell ond J. E.' Gtddiug ; Hon'! Mick v. Univeriity, Kaiidwick. W. Mihcll and A. \\ Wiilianu ; Central Guniberlainl v ilunvco I, J'jrranuttJ, W. J. fiarbcr and J. Cre*eS ; S»dnev v. Gcrdon, itush cutters Hay, S. .Smith and Hcv. (,. Mury ; Midiilu Hacb' r ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP OF THE RING. IMPRESSIONS OF THE DE BALZAC-MIDWOOD CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

? I GOSSIP OF THE RING. i (By 'SOLAR PLEXUS.') I IMPRESSIONS OF THE DE BALZAC* MIDWOOD CONTEST. De Balzac is in anything but a pleasant frame ot mind, as a result of the unsatisfactory cod ing of last Saturday night's contest, when he bo unexpectedly cried enough to Rog. Midwood, and at a time when he appeared to many to have an odds-on chance of winning. ^ He explains tbat in Prance and England, when a man is on the ropes, and canuov get away owing to his opponent's persistent attack, tho latter is orders to the centre of tho ring, ajid then, if the former is unnblo to toe tho mark at tho termination of the count, the con test is awarded against him. * ? ? * ? v, This explanation does not fit the ease at all. In the first place, he was not against th-* -open when Midwood dug a right to the bodv, and i booked right and loft l0 the jaw. at which Do Balzac, while Jn a dascd condition, hold out « Ills hand, as a token of eurrendor. Then re tlrlns to wl'hfn a foot or so ot his corn'r he...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

? SWIMMING. Nwith Steyne Surf Ciub.— Sixth annual carnival. ?\^th Steyne. Mink Heaeh, J p.m. i fit. George Club. — ItUyds Handicap, Brighton Bjtii«, 3 ; P.m. | Balmoral Club.— oOyda Handicap, Balmoral Bath.-, :J p.m. Bondi Club.— SOOyas Handicap, Uondi ISathi, A p.m. i

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

BOWLS. I City v. Manly, at Manly. Victoria Park v. North Sydney, at North 6vdne*\ 1 Ncvth Sydney v. Victoria Park, at Victoria l'arfc. Balmain v. Warringah, a.: Warringah. i Burwood v. MamckviUe, at MarricKville. ] MarrickviUe y. parriraatta, at Parramatti, \ fir. George v. Petersham, at Petertbanu ' 4 feierthia y, George, at Rockdale^

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

HEW INVENTIONS I . AND NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES I You cannot keep pace with the leaders if you do not regularly read Cbe We which week by week fur nishes the best information in these departments. In the same paper you will find the famous 'Handy Man' and; 'Handy Woman' (Family; Council) sections, I IHjLGLQBE - Qtte

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARREN BARDSLEY Is Back Again. THINKS THE MEMBERS OF THE TEAM WERE WELL-BEHAVED—DID NOT SEE MUCH OF THEM SOCIALLY. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

WAFtREN BARDSLEY Is Back Again. THINKS THE MEMDERS .OF THE TEAM WERE WELL- BEHAVED — DID NCT SEE MUCH OF THEM SOCIALLY. (By 'The Saturdny Referco' Perth Correspondent.) i {Hy Wire.) TERTH. Tuesday. Warren Hr.rdslov, who arrived by tho Orsovi lo-i'av «iis asked II he had heard ot the alls ,-ailoiis rnatl:* by the manager since the Austra lian ;eamV return from England. 'Vc* ' he said ; 'but 1 am not going to com mit mvs«.|f In any *ay. I did not sec any In subordination or dlssra. e(ul conduct. The men, to my ilea, were a wcu-i-u.a» «.u 1 iCTFonallv -.vas not nlth them much socially. I went over with a frlrtid; «e were together nearly all the time, and be Is on board return In? with me, bo that 1 cannot speak with any ? j.i rtictilar knowledge.' . 'Would vou iiay trom observation that they v uv as harpy a family as previous Australian, teams V he was asked. 'They were alright ia my opinion,' he an sv.-frcd. 'What do you think of that allegation about the dlvirion into cliques, and dr...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

? \ ' '? ? ?'!- r Dewars Imperial

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREDERICK J. IRONSIDE Passes, Aged, 76. ORGANISER OF THE BIG JUNIOR CUP CONTESTS OF THE 80's—THE FRIEND OF THE LADY CRICKETERS—THE INVENTOR OF COCOANUT MATTING FOR WICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

FREDERICK J. IRONSIDE Passes, Aged, 76. ORGANISER OF THE BIO JUNIOR CUF CON TESTS 01' THE SO's— THE I'RIENIJ OF THE LADV CRICKETERS— THE INVENTOR OF COCOANUT MATTING FOR WICKETS. (By 'NOT OUT.') Mr. Frederick James IroaDhle, who dicil at !.?!« residence. In Fl!mlcrB-3trer; , Moore Park, ot. Tuesday, was 0:1c of the few real old-timer* I left to tell us all about cricket in its Hyde ! Pr»rk days, that is. the days before the grand | old game wiis played on the Domain. j Tho one conspicuous hobby in Mr. IroasideV. life was cricket, in any form. It might be Inter national, or inter-State cricket, but oftcner 't ! was cricket among the Juniors on the Park, the scl-oolboy.s or the ladies in aid of chnrltles. | The old gentleman had not been able, within j the pn?t two years, to mix around among the vounc: fry on the Park, as had been hi* I wont, lie was rot even ho rcguUr a visitor I t :- the Sydnev Crlckct Ground, where once -Vi ! was, in a different way, of courne. «'o notice- j rblr a...

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