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TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

I TURF GOSSIP I © « By 'THE SCOUT.' - © Randvrick thl3 afternoon. When tho annual incctiug of Tttttcryall'a Club Tvill be opened. Nominations for nuxt Saturday's meetlnc..of tho Victoria Park ItaclnR Club will be rccclvcd up to 5 p.m. on Monday, tho 30th Inst. At the reccnt annual mcctifiK of members of tho Onkaparingn Racine Club, the report sub mitted showed that the Insurance of Jockcys who rodo at last Easter Monday's meeting cost tho club £55/4/, For tho meeting to be hold at Kensington on January S, nominations closc at G p.m. on Thurs day next, the 2nd prox. Tho Mantiwatu Cup, of 500 soys, run at tho Summer meeting of tho Manawatu Racing Club on Thursday, resulted in a win for Mr.- F. Dor sot's Sir Solo (Sir Lnddo — Wopoaer), with Moutoa Girl and Mcrrlvonla In the places. Thero wore fifteen* starters for this race, aud Sir Solo ivon by half a length. The next meeting of the Rosobery Racine Club is a flxturo for January 11, entries for which will bo accepted up to 5 p.m. on Mo...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING WORLD (CONTINUED FROM OUR FRONT PAGE.) STADIUM FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

BOXING WORLD 1 1 I - - BY ' RIGHT-CROSS ' j* 3 (CONTINUED PROM OUR FRONT PAGE.) 1 STADIUM FIXTURES. , To-nigbt. — .Imn Pocsv (franco) v. Herb. McCoy (Vic.), / lighi'-MtighUi. Wednesday, January I.— Dave Smith (S'.S. Males) v. Cr eole Dc Balzac (France), liraw-wcight*. Saturday. .laniMrv 4. —Frank Picato (I'.S.A.) v. Jjrk Read f.Y.JS, U.-lc5), light -wright.*. Wednesday. Janairv Krnic Zanders (I'.S.A.) r. Bill comer (N.s. WjImi, middle-weight^. Saturday, .Tatmarv 11.--.Icjm l'ne.«v (France) v. Hock Keys (N.fij. Waiw), lightweight*. KID MeCOY AND POESY TO-NIGHT. Tho talk o* sporting town during tho part several days has been tlu» McCoy- Poe^y match, to be decided nt tho Stadium to-night. Ivld McCoy may bo depended \rpon to give :!»?- Frenchman every ehunco to show of whit pugi listic stuff he Js made, for the 'Kid' will light well up to the visitor, and. every onco in a way, or all through. If Inclination prompts, stand toe to toe and swop wallops. McCoy Is as strong ns Poesy, to say ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

THE GREAT 'FINALS!' \C ; . 'T'HERE is a highly profitable 'Final' now' running in the ' Globe thirty pounds divided (first prize ten pounds), and a still easier one will follow. Each, competitor may make apy number of 'attempts pro vided the conditions are ob. served. PUNTERS ! Tee PUSHERS (PERCE AND STAN) ARE IN THE LEGER TO-DAY AT RAHDWiCK. ' ' 1 SEE THEM FOR LONG PRICES W.B.— 'WE NEVER CUT YOU OFF.'

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"SPRINGBOKS'" SECOND DEFEAT In England. LONDON'S WIN BY 10 POINTS TO 8 AT TWICKENHAM—A PENALTY TRY AGAINST THE SOUTH AFRICANS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

'SPRINGBOKS'' SECOND DEFEAT In England. I.O.VllOVS WIN DY 10 POINTS TO S A1 TWICKENHAM— A TENALTY TRY AGAINST THE SOUTH AFRICANS. The South Africans* second defeat was at Tv.'lck'enham by London by two placed goals to a placed godl nnd u penalty goal, 10 points to 8, on November 1G. and since then they havu not been defeated. Londou were playing an ap parently weak aide, and there was no question uerorc tne smn anuui ujc ouuiu aih«.uu» « — nlng. The only point tfas whether they would win by over -0 points, and most people thoujnt they would. London woir, and it was a pretty delighted ctowo that saw it done. As so often hapr'*Jua» a side that has nothing to lose goes out for everything and brings It ofT ; whereas a side ot which tremendouH things are expected will play loo cautiously, and, for that very reason, ruin their own game. The South Africans certainly played without their usual snap and 'devil,'* and their bad handling all through was Inexplicable. Even la the last quarter o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

CBICKET BAT REPAIRS. CAIJj OX ♦ jSTH.A TO Lato Bat Repairer pi # r1 ' ' violor Trumper'# ? At 87 King St Arcade. . (Ortr J. Pcirwn't.) . TENNIS RACQUET ftEPAlRSc f '.A SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan dgery & co. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 PM SYDNEY SPORTS DEPOT (opp. Hotel Australia). 3& Caatlflrnnrh SiMQt Sydney.

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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE GOSSIP. CLUBS, SCHOOLS, AND JUNIORS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

I CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE GOSSIP. BY 'GULLIVER.' CLUBS, SCHOOLS, AND JUNIORS \MONG THE GRADE CLUBS. Though the Intcr-Statc team -iroa absent, the public seemed to take quite its keen an interest in tho club matchcs as lmuitl. which means that club cricket is thu Saluriiay afternoon diversion ot very many who do m»t tiluo*. At Redfern, for instance. t!»r crowd was very thick all round the ground, njid the success of,1 the local players pave zest to- the largo gaiher- | jng though barrackers .-.wrc isinsularlv silent — I tor' Rcdfern. j Sydney District have don,- suae highly credit - iblo things this Benson, but Saturday was not | '.heir day out. They found itu- 'Boslc' bowling 1 of A. Malley too good ; at lcicst. most of thcr.i , .did, though toward the end tbey scored freely i off him. Tvith, perhaps, the luoi; a trine against i tho bowler. - \ H O. Marshall, -who made 50, played very ' neat cricket. A left-hander, he batted very i rrisply, making good, t lcan iitrokes all...

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AMONG THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

' AMONG THE JUNIORS. I In tho Kxe^lcior (Tas.) Cricket Cluh's annuil' report refrrcp?o Is made to the Sydney visit. ? «»? last rb.naure is expressed at the Mvex-?s of ti:;- t. am, wl:ieh won two of tho ? I'-ie. r.uncf pla.-cl, au! the committee rccords. ? ? ? ? ? j Its appreciation of tho hospitality extended by ] Messrs. L. Harvey thon. secretary, New South WMoh Junior Union) and M. J. McCarthy tEust crn Suburbs C.Ajj. On Monday the Excelsior Club will pay tho t ccond visit to Sydney, and will nguin opposj the Eastern Suburbs Association in a series of gMJK'S?. The general opinion amongst players in Syd ney is that it is not very creditable to Junior cricket in Victoria when the Southern body 'annot place a representative team in the Held unless thu age Is unrestricted. Whatever ex cuse may exist for a visiting side to exceed tho -o years' limit, cannot be applied to a home team. The Victorian Cricket Association confines Its ejilta team to legitimate colts, and should, be fore ren...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS. j (By 'RAMBLER.') Thomas Andrews* ?A was the bright spot in Petersham's very ordinary display v.jth tho willow against Central Cumberland at tin- Syd noy Cricket Ground. Strokes wet? made with wrlstlness and ease, a treat .to watch, the bail bumming along the turf on . the ofl. Though Ccognn's leg theory with n well-placed on-ilcld steadied the other batsmen. Andrews made mauy neat strokes past mld-on. ?E. A. Norton played very steadily for 2S, and was. well taken at. the wk'kcts.by Wats ford while standing up. to fast bowler Barry. Tho Petersham skipper In tho matter of.. soundness is n6t surpassed by anyone on -the- side. \ majority of tho othero are uncertain. . The feature of the out-cricket was tho clever xuLB.t .wicket-keepln* of Ju. .Watalord, Ho caught three batsman, and his smartness was responsible for two run outs. Sid. Thomas, the diminutive Cumberlander, covered a lot of ground Jn his sprints at deep leg. and nt\ one occasion ended his dash with a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XIX. (Cont.)—"WHAT IS SHE TO YOU?" [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

FLYN:©' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH DV MAnrF RARf nw Author of 'Cr«o Cormko,' -The C*Jrn of th- DI MAUut DAuLUVt* Badger. 'Tho Sccrol of the tflack Boo,' Ao. '? — 111 [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XIX. (Coat,).— 'WHAT IS SHE TO j YOU ?' 'Neither ; I left It In Lord Darkington's bouse and forgot all about it. I never bar/ it again, till I fiaw it with tho police.' 'Were you and Lord Durkington on friendly t*H?3 answer stirred their curiosity, act the yndo'current of cxcitcmcnt again in motion. 'I used to think he -was my friend.' 'And nw ?' 'I know ho was not.' 'How did y.ou come to that conclusion ?' 'I don't feel equal to explaining. Inspector Rowley will do It for mo by-and-by, and if tho Hill steward is willing ho can help considerably to lighten the Inspector's labors.*' 'Inspector Bowley has my Instructions to call me as u rwltnees or use my nomo 'without re serve, ' said Eric, standing. Dorn thanked him in a low, relieved tone, nnd a botterj' of eyes turned upon the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

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HARRY HUTCHENS THE CAREER TO THE WORLD-FAMOUS SPRINTER [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

HARRY HUTCHENS I THE CAREER OF THE WORLD-FAMOUS SPRIHTER (From the Manchester 'Sporwinz Chroniclc.') 'At his best Hutchens was undoubtedly the greatest sprinter the world has ever re en, and it says much for his prowess that even in theso progressive times neither a:nat'ur nor profes sional had ever equalled his great rccord 'or COO yard?:' — :-o commences an article lu the 'Snorting Chronicle.' Whether this statcmont Is correct or not I cannot say, but undoubtedly the famous Knglish pcd. was \ety great sprinter. Continuing, the article says: 'There are a few very old-timers left wh - question Hutchens' right as the best sririnio.* of the nineteenth century. They elilm t hi: t George Seward, who flourished somo :-0 ye.ir;- before Hutchens wns horn, was his superior. This runner was an American, and for many year.-; was credited with having run I no yards on tho road near Chlswick in Ojsec. The value of re cords in these far-off days can be estimated from the report of Seward's perfo...

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SHORT STORY. HOW WE BACKED THE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

SHORT STORY. HOW WE BACKED THE WINNERS. She Ptood ut she hack of tho grandstand. Her red lips were quite in keeping with the splendid vitality of her appearance. The Urst race had *5ist finished, and In common with ot-io.r:; she «\ as looking anxiously at the number boartl. Sho had a l'«ee card in one hand and in the other a pencil with which she pressed down her lower Up, showing how soft and flexible it was. Sho I «vns alone; so was I. But in aplte of all my J ?f!orts our eyes failed to meet. She was much J Loo Interested In the racing. [ I had not gone over to Paris especially for the\ it rami Prix; for' the same reason that nio.it people ro to Paris for the first time, b'causc I iinderstood it was a good place to go for a wer-k. Six days had passed, my money was 'pent, and the seventh day seemed likely to per fect my disilhiHionment. Hovr=-ver, 1 thought my remaining francs might as well go to the mrl-mutuel ns 10 the gripping hands of Albert Nelthej the Quarter nor .Montmnrnv h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

The Referee ANOTHER WORLD'S RECORD NEAVSPAPER. STANDS FIRST IN SPORT AND PASTIM : o ? ® ? : ? FAMOUS AMERICAN LETTER REGULARLY. ALSO A COMPREHENSIVE THEATRICAL DEPARTMENT. ToRF 7 CRICKET ROV/ING SHOOTING BASEBALL FISHING . ETC. TENNIS SAILING . BOXING ' WOOD-CHOPPING LACROSSE , BILLIARDS ETC. * FOOTBALL ATHLETICS WRESTLING BOWL8 HOCKEY SWIMMING ETC. . 13/B^ PER ANNUM, POST FREE. OFFICE-* 136 CASTLERtAGH-STREETi SYDNEY, j j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

If you know a better Business Puller than the 'Sunday Times' advertise in it. It would be your duty. But you don't. The 'Sun- day Times' goes into the home — into more homes in New South Wales than any other paper. And it is read— all of it. It is. read by all the family. Then it is put by for another read or two later on. It - gives the advertiq$r just the kind of publicity he requires — and bumping measure. Necessarily the reaulto are ^excellent. ?

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REMARKABLE MOTORING AT BROOKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

REMARKABLE MOTOIilNG AT BROOKLAXDS.* A great record ride was done at Brook tandS on November 17, when Lord j»hrewjbury,s Tain hot car of only 25.G ratlin; attained a speed of 113 miles an hour. This l*sus ev^irydihig on tho Brooklands record books, except tha world'r, records made by the big Cenz of 8LS rating, wnicn. uriven oy uie spe-.-u Memory reached a pa/e ot nearly 1 2S miles an hour. The Talbot had a .streamline body, and was steered by the well-known racing motorist, Mr. Percy Lambert. Tho intontloa was to make records for the 2t- rating class and F section of the cubij capacity division over ten lap3 from a standing start, and halfi a mile, one kilometre, and a mllo from fljrtng Btarts. Tho car hid to stop at tho end of three laps for mechanical reasons, but In thoso three clrotrits It accomplished tho follo\7tnsr sensational class records : Half-mile,.. 15.fi3sec— a speed of jlS.Sfrgaaflcg per hour. Kllomotre, 19.&Ssec— a speed of 112^1 -miles per hour. Mile, 32.22...

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ANOTHER BILLIARDS PRODIGY. ENGLISH BOY BREAKS A WORLD'S RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

? ANOTHER BILLIARDS PRODIGY. ENGLISH BOY BREAKS A WORLD'S RECORD.' A new world's billiard rccord was created' on November 1. in Leeds, when Harry Taylor; in un exhibition match with George Nelson, scorcd 390 off the rod with ivory balls, in the course of a break of 479. The previous best break off the red with ivories was «51, mado hv M W «tP'.TI,SOn. Taylor is only titteen years of age, and two years ago, when he was still at school, In won the amuteur billiard championship of Brad ford. He had to obtain leave from the head master of his school iu order to take part ia the heals played during the atternoon. Tavlor. who is the son of a Bradford IU. censed victualler, told a 'Daily Dispatch' rep resentative that he had been playing billiard.* ever since he could remember. '1 really could not say how old I should ba( when I began to play.' he said, with a smlie.^ 'I can remember standing on a stool to poko. the balls about. That wa* before I wao bi^ enough to roach up to the table. Yo...

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To-day's Racing Programme. TATTERSALL'S ANNUAL MEETING. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28. HURDLE RACE. (To start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

To-dlay's Racing Programme. TATTERSALL'S ANNUAL MEETING. FIRST DAY— SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2S. HURDLE RATE.'. (To Jt.irt at 1.30 p.m.) A Iwndiwp I cacht 1 lorfctt, ^itli tM»vs. added ; horse 40 an«l tliird h-'n' fo\-. Jrom the pri/r. The winner c! .mv hnr-l.c racc or bU'opleclu'e -tur the declaration ot iti- weight* to carry ,71i) pviul;-. Abou*. - ^ Mr. A. Ov.en'5 b s PA1SANO, a^vd ? » Mr. A. l\iUinan'» ta h KIMi M.CHI1, ast-l ?? ?? 1'' - \\. II. ; KAlHDMA', ^»-d .. .. .. 1' o Mr. G. Uarnett'a l» j; h-jL'HAHAVA, »».vr« .. .. .. ^ Mr. K. -u i^uchtin'n b c * UMUT. .. .. . ?? - Mr. K. LawU-r« b iu KLOAT1NU, 6»ra ? 'J ' Mr. H. W t ' itw'Vi cn m Mif.XNM, -vf ?? '» » Mr. J. A. Long's br : MK, a? id ? '-- * Mr. T. A. Williams' ill I'ulu, ? :? U| CHELMSFORD HANDICAP, j lT» -s:art Jt p.m.j A handie.ip I ??'''?i:. wi;!i J.V) added ; :« h'fse '*) a:»d tairdliorc :» iov. trom me jri/c. For alt hcr»c» whitU luvc ;nil 4 Mini r.vivdiufc k»»». v;i: vi *ti} yti: r^to at t.me of ?ianitn. *1 tiv winner u...

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(By "THE SCOUT.") HURDLE RACE: KAIROMA or ASK ME. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

(By 'THE SCOUT.') | HURDLE RACE : KAIROMA or ASK ME. CHELMSFORD HANDICAP : LIMELIGHT ? 1 Chnrlevllle ? ? ?? 2 Alllngnmlte ? 3 . CARRINGTON STAKES : RYMERH1LD ? ? ?? 1 Nuwnni Ellya ? ? ?? 2 i'onlano ? ? ? ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES : AZOIC ? ? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 * i*ohl ? ? ?? ?? ?? ?? 2 ' ? Carna ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? 3 PACE WELTER : ROYAL MERV .. ? ? - ? 1 Snntanno ? ? ? ?? 2 Odlst * ? ? ?? ?? ^ ? DENMAX HANDICAP : CROWN GRANT ? 1 loll ? # ? ? ? 2 Mandowa .♦ .. ? 3

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES. (By "PILOT.") HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS I TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES. (By 'PILOT.') | HURDLE RACE : I SOUR'ABAYA ? 1 ' King Lucre ? ? *. .. ?? 2 Ask Mo ? ? - 3 CHELMSFORD HANDICAP: IIOV BLl'E ? \ — 1 Tympano ? I ... 2 CharU'ville ? ;. .. ?« ..3 CARRINGTON STAKES : KYilERHILn ? ? ? 1 Siiiillkc ? ? .. .. .. 2 ? Montana ? ? ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES : , , SO SHY ? ? ? ? ? X Hack ? ? ? \2- Nombi or Dakal ? ? ?? ~ 3 l'ACE WELTER : * KEQUARIOllS ? .... .. -? 1 . Rityal .Merv ? ' ? ? 2 .Mcnca ? ? .. « 3 DENMAX HANDICAP : WOOL ? ? ? 1 Wall?. ? ? 2 Mamlnwn ? .' ? 3

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