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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

SWIMMING. ? ? -4 ? (By 'THE DIVER.') Swimmers generally have been holidaymak ing slnco my last writing. Some handicaps were held a weeU ago, but have not Interested any beyond the clubs con cerned and the swimmers engaged. Dr. C. N. 8mlth, the North Steyne beltman, did something to plume himself upon when he beat Manly Surf Club's beltman, Cecil Hcaly, at the North Steyne S.C.'fl carnival last Saturday, j particularly as Healy vas & strong tip and popu- j lar opinion appeared justified. The 'doc' won with a solid margin to tho good. 'Cec.' was unlucky m tho surf raco through being left at the post; he finished third. Tho date of tho declelon of tho Stato cham pionships is at hand. Next Saturday will see the first of thc three calas. If what is heard on all sides bo true, some of our high-class men of the past will bo missing from one or more, or all, of the big events. 'Tls freely stated that Hardwick has decldcd I not to strip, also that Cecil Healy may only be : seen in th...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. BICE. 1UPORTER OF LAWN TENNIS BEQUISIIES. SLAZE.SGKR. AYRES, SPALDING k DAVIS RACKETS. hACKtnS REPAIRED AND RESTKUMJ. Ground Floor, Equltab'e Bulldinc*, ?Phou.:. City 2110. OEOME STREET. 'THE GLOBE' Great Skill Competition 'FINALS!' 'FINALS!' Open to Readers all over Australia and New Zealand. COUPON MUST BE CUT 0HLY FE0M 'THE GLOBE.' -&8 POSTAL NOTE No ? COUPON. No. 5 mm - e ' WHISPEREP D- ? ? ? softly - y THEN - - N ? ME E ? left ? - - t. ? ? ? ? .uiiiizi; I enter 'The Globe' FINALS Competition In acoordar.ee with the Rulei. and agree lo accent ih. «..k_ Ilahed dicialon ai Final and legally binding. ' p ®' Signed ? ? Address ? ? ? * ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ## * First Prize - - £10 Second Prize - - &£ Five Prizes of » - £l Ten Prizes of lO/- Twenty Prizes, of - 51 DIRECTIONS. Clince at the Coupon above. You will aee tiro elmple pbraeea printed In large type. Oppoelte each word li printed its Final letter lu ttill larger type. The object i» to make a new ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

Insist on having 7oS/er's THE REAL BRAND OF Swiss Milk Chocolate Aro $ou collcotlno the cardi for Tobler', AI bum ? When completed we give 10/- worth of Chooolatej free of chargo. ? Priuted an«l Published by Alfred Herbert Howjrd Ahltvortb,- for tbe 'San'dav Times' New&paper ^-1 LiumcJ, at thc office' of the Company, 13\J and 12* Cas'.icfcuiU-sticct. Sydney,' January 4, 1013*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

'THE REFEREE' AUSTRALIA'S GREAT SPORT PAPER, Offica : 136-128 Caatlereagh-tt,, Sydhey,' N.S.W. _ ??? Art4p6«. n0.w tft b# supjjllfiSl rjeulfifir, J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION : I 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET Five Door* from LiTerpoel Street. a... ? | Penny Tram to Door. v I/flder the management of ihe beet all-rouM voort in i Sydney, Mr. JOE ANDUEOLI. Our Tahiti are played on by JOHN ItOBERTS rtv r * VE580.V, CEOUCE GBAY, UNDUUlt, HEK0& and i i'try JJHHardiit of note coming to Sydney. 25 TABLES AOVKRT1H1KG l'LOOK— 11 Table®, -there a ff»me cosu practically Gd. per 100. \\*h» I ' !/? lor what you can get for $-L STANDARD TABLE FLOOR— 3 TABLES. I ' . Including tfeorge Gray Table. I/- per 100. 1 . WE MAGNIFICENT PillYATU KOOMS, ? fitted with iOO-guinea 'J'aMta. Rate, 3/- per hour foi pair or party. SPECIAL FEATURE; — Tournaments conducted fot ^ Udtron* (amateur) erery month, £«/0/- prixea (by . AOffUf and Coote), and Special Prixea (old Orkney Co.). loition by Mr. Andreolj iu private 'roosur it meoosbit HUt. 2io# up im City and enf*g® your ream, i ^ ? very ffieMUJt eY$nJ»* ? HAVE YOU A STIFF LEG GET A 1/6 TUBE : OF SANUOW'S CONCE...

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BEN HASSAN, THE HINDU FAKIR. TALKS WITH A SATURDAY "REFEREE" SPECIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

BEN HASSAN, THE HINDU FAKIR, TALKS WITH A SATURDAY ??REFEREC' SPECIAL. 'Now watch me closely— a;; closely uk you 1 possibly can— while. 1 endeavor to convince -ou | that my tricks nro absolutely genuine, and de void of deception.' The speaker iwas Den Hassan, the famous Hindu Fakir, in his private room at the Na tional Amphitheatre, where he is showing to highly appreciative Australians. HasRau produced a turban fourteen feet in length, and with a Sharp knife literally hacked It to pieces. He then *et the fragments on Are. 'Now pick the pieces up and place them on that table,' commanded tin? Fakir. Wonderiugly I did so, and then watched Hastan as he held his hands high over his head, whilst lie counted one, two. three, four, , live, six. 'Now pick the turban up.' Again I did ay I was bid, and to my amazement found the turban exactly as It was before being cut up. and partially burned. , 1 raised my eyes to have a close scrutiny of the man who wad capable of ouch a feat, but was comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

A MEMENTO ' T } of the ** * NEW SOUTH WALES BOWLERS' VISIT 'M ENGLAND. .1 I May, 1912. ' ,v Nearer to our fields of strife, wo MARCH o'er victory's rlnka to life, ' * Everyone MAY greet their foe ; Austral'® SCOTT'S come STRONG, you know. ? * Whi.'tf our lips voice this retriln we cannot ^ fall, nor Major WA1NE. ' ' { ? ?'* So through Valley. THORPE or Sji, we gaily ] itsue forth so free. „ O'e.* tin- world wc traverse far. Eoiit'i'irn Cress u. Polar Star. _ -k »tntil ten Ho(L)MES wc meet again, on the (?t'eott ib Liberty, ;??- IV ^ Bovs who howl so well ; their gallant Hjftoiv We tell ; * I-'1 e's our 'Hands auoss Life's Sea,' hero'fl ' * . Love's Cup of Victory. \ * ./ t\ Wreathe these nanus like charmed GARTRELI* . doughty JENKINS DENVER'S spell. ? - And goo .1 LOUDEN, RAKFAN. too, HENDER SON, whose bowling's true ; LEWIS. MEYER, WATSON S aid, MORRISON la j ne'er afraid ; Even SKARLE and YEO made. Colonel BLAX« . CHARD mark, high grade ! Solt ! We've HOLMES on cither side, happy ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SPRINGBOKS WIN OVER SCOTLAND IS COMPLETE. Story of First International Match of the Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

I SPRINGBOKS WIN OVER SCOTLAND IS COMPLETE. ? ® ? Story of First International Match of the Tour. The South Africans have realised one their -J ambition.-, and, harrlng the keeping of an un- . beaten record, their blggcet ambition. They have beaten s-.'.Mand, and boatcn them properly# too. Sixteen pointe :o nil. The Km !♦- team wanted one thing very badly : to beat Wales- ; and they did it. Thlfj combina tion .vantcd to » eat Scotland, of all sides. Thcro was a lot oi i-cling over the 1906 Scotland match. om; ihing, the Scottish three ejuartcrs werr . r,nsi?t ently off-side, and tho laying-out of Mur:?burg was one of the most cruel things ever .seen on a football ground. The Scottish team on this occasion, however, ?? cculd not compare with the fifteen that beat the flrat South African side. There was not the snap and d'-vK of the old lot, nor the ruth less boot that discouraged men from going down to ;i :5 . ? * » t ; ; s h forward rush. One gentlc ir.nn was hcMrd to say that the S...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

BOWLS AND BOWLERS, j» j» BY 'TOUCHER.' j* j Tho way of the bowls scribe these holiday times, is bard indeed; he Is at his wltfj end to supply interesting matter where, mostly, there s nothing doing— still, he Rets there none tnc less. Invitations are out for u welcome homo to-day, at the Randwlck Club, to Messrs. (Veo. | Rnflun and J. C. NVaine. j An afternoon on the nrcen willjlie followed by a lep o' mutton supper ut 6 o'eloek. Lefi o' mutton suppers were. In the old days, j atnons bowlft' rno:?t revered Institutions. No I spe-dul gathering was eomplete without a lej; . o' mutton supper, and, of roiirae, 'irlmmlns, j ns MPr 'I'lekwlek,' of Uandwl«-k. will molly re. I moinber 'Mr. Samuel Weller uned to put It. \ Ilnl what u falllnK-'fr ! If It were not for j Raii'lwlek Club wp would nevpr hrnr ot 1--K o' | mutton HUppers these days. That which waa | eomtnoti is now rare Indeed, anil its common* n^s.s was its proatr.st attraction. The more lainillar wc wore with let; o' mutton suppe...

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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE GOSSIP. GRADE AND HOLIDAY NOTES. AN INSPIRING VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

CRICKET AND CRICKETERS I j INTERSTATE GOSSIP. BY 'GULLIVER.' | GRADE AND HOLIDAY NOT^S. ? AN INSPIRING) VICTORY. Though North Sydney outplayed Waverley and won by 101 runs, it was a very interesting match, far more so than you might Imagine it you ,\vcro not there. . \ Tho Shoremen wisely applied the closure, and itruck out for the three points victory. 1 thought at tbe time that Leslie Minnett would ?Jiavo done better to have Riven his own side IU dt 15 minutes' more batting. But 'L.A.' Is able to j-o!nt to the result and say that be Is justl . fled.'. . To 'give a team 2 hours to mako 206 runs on a rungettcr's ground, after yoli had estab lished a first innings lend, Is talcing a risk. But th£\ order In which the Waverley tfatsmen '-'wenPto the wickets did not irfdlcate a desire on thelr'part to so for tho runs. S. E. Gregory and Goldie Thomas would hove been a better opening pair with such a goal in / riew» ? However, -it wn* becoming quite inter ?: estlnglust before the dismissa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

( i A .\ t i: r. it r i: y r a h j; race s, TO-DAV. TO-DAY. O.RAND OPENING NIGHT- TucGDAY. JANUARY 14. RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CLUB'S KEY/ HALL, HATTK'S AKCAOr. KIM! sTIiliKT, NKWTOWN ( I Vj.t HHiie). TWENTY nC'JNCS BOXING CONTEST. At f» p.n:.: .Mld-lle-'.ve'uljt ; I.AIM! Y roir.'.N J U K l.wl THX ( Ni-ut'v.:i t. ( T;i«»;ra?si i -. At xi.i p.m.: rr.s r:nrms rKKUMr.vAnY, ki:-». i i:n i: »s mick Mi i.-»n-:i:xY. 1-OOI* « pi-n. i-.ni. I'CICKS : 1 ?, i!/-. 3 '-, lloM-riid Cliaii- Xoviiv Ti uri ey ; tints M'»rd.iy, Jan;;:iry 'JO. Open to Ili-\crs who li.no eet 'U'ti .i 'JO k-wmls ('-uiti-t. Weights -lb., INt.. .'i d !'st. 7P\ - ^0 c.-!- for each Divi sion, to l?c -lniikd f«. 11 : Wiunrr !:iO, Hunner up JC .*-. .ind .C '» I ? I'c dixiilcd ainoejrsi heat winner.-'. KNTRIKS CI.osK FRIDAY. JANTAllY 17. J. S. A IK M AN'. Set-rotary. THE SOUTH SYDNEY HARRIERS A.A.C. BOXING TOCHNAMENT, Open to all hoiu-t.de Atiu:inr-p nil! commence at the STADIUM, l»u* ii' utter*- lln, en MONDAY. KKHRl'AU Y y NK.YT....

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THE SHEFFIELD SHIELD. TOPICAL REFLECTIONS SPECIAL ORGANISING EFFORTS SHOULD BE MADE FOR THE HOME MATCHES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

THE SHEFFIELD SHIELD. TOPICAL REFLECTIONS SPECIAL ORGANISING EFFORTS SHOULD BE MADE FOR THE HOME MATCHES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Beaten at Adelaide by an innings and 5S runs and at Melbourne by six wickets, the New South Wales team had an Inglorious Chrittma-i tour compared with that usually carried out. Mr E A. Tyler, as manager, must not re r*rd' himself as a Jonah, though it is years since any other manager came back with a team without victory In one match or the other. The Melbourne match did not disclose nny outstanding superiority by the victors, whe won -the toss and sent New South Wales to the ?wickets. Ia such circumstances on the Melbourne : , ground and against a, weakened New SouUi Wales-team victory must have been expected, if r Victoria has a team capablc of making a big fight for the Sheffield Shield. ?: The success of J. Ryder, E. V. Carroll, and F Baring «bould strengthen tlie conlldcnce of '? ' -those- Who doslro to see Victoria build up n powerful, ?well-balanced tea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

I /'I A N T K It I) U It Y P A It K It A C F. S, j V/ ? TO-DAY. ? TO-DAY. ? , I New Roofed Stadium Personal Direction ? II. L. ('Snowy') Baker. 3 TO-NIGHT— AT 8.30— TO-NIGHT. 2 GREAT INTERNATIONAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONTEST. . . j Frassfe Picato v. Jack Mead j (AMERICA). (AUSTRALIA). j PRICES — 10/ (reserved), 5/, 31. - 1 ? Bo* Plan ?' usual. s NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. 1 Ernie Zanders (America) v. Bill Sonter (Australia), j 1 NEXT THURSDAY' AFTERNOON: j 1 GREAT BOXING MATINEE, FOUR THREE-ROUND OONTESTS. GOOD TEN-ROUND CONTEST., U 'YO0NG'' HOLBEN v. B1IXV N9HRIS. I TRAIXIXG EXHIBITIONS BY POESY, REVS, TRUFFIER., AVD St:i.t,T* AS. 1 riht-du.' Muriel Programme. AUerno-.-, Tc. IVv.ica lor Urtico. ;

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PERSONALS OF THE MOMENT IN OUR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

PERSONALS OF THE MOMENT IN OUR CRICKET. ? 1 Slow-bowler Arthur Malley celebrated his birthday yesterday. And F. C. Reed. Gordon's left-hander will do likewise to-morrow— better the day, better the deed. A. C. Y. Miller, manager of the Cleveland street branch of tbe Bank of New South Wales, which was so cleverly wbbed of over on Saturday night last, is the Paddlngton crickctcr. Clarrie Miller formerly played- with the llrst eleven of Paddlngton, but is now content to shine in the second grade team. He bats loft hand. and bowls right hand, Is consistently sue- | cessful. and has been a good performer in the inter-State Banks matches. Mr. Dennison Mil lo \ manager of the Commonwealth Bank, is his brother. One hopes to hear of no further burglary hits below the belt to the Paddlngtonlan. One such blow in a life-time Is one too many. Roger Hartlgan paid a visit to Sydney for the Christmas holidays, and left again for Brisbane on Monday. He looks very well, and is a proud man as the fathe...

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RUGBY LEAGUE. COLONIALS IN ENGLAND. A POWERFUL SIDE TO MEET THE ENGLISH PLAYERS IN A MATCH IS SUGGESTED. MANCHESTER, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

RUGBY LEAGUE. COLONIALS IN ENGLAND. A POWERFUL SIDE TO MEET THE ENGLISH PLAYERS IN A MATCH IS SUGGESTED. (Bv FRED. MARSH.) MANCHESTER, November 27. The movement Is again oeing iaKcu up tu arrange a match between British players a'm : Colonials, and 1 hope tbe Northern Union ^}Hj sanciion the game. A similar proposal was ; made some years ago. and It was hardly found : practicable because of the scarcity of Colonials. , But the difficulty now would be who to leave out. It' I had to select thc side to-day. and the; match played before the arrival of ihe othe. Colonial celebrities. I should civo : Turtill. full % ? i uviHrv fiilhert. Todd, threr q«arters; Anlezark and Farnsworth. half-backs: S''ding. Williams. Francis. Waddell. and two other.-5. This is a side whit l-. 1 think, would iM-complish something. ar:d alL*- provide a gam-: v.hi'h would be a great attraction. The only unbeaten side in thc League tourna ment at thc time of writing is Huddcrstield, who In eleven matches have sco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

Doctors Recommend Gilbey' s Dry Gia

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CONCERNING FRANK WOOTTON IN ENGLAND. His Record as Leading Jockey of the Season. VIEWS OF "THE SPORTSMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

CONCERNING FRANK WOOTTON IN ENGLAND. .'^i| .His Record as Leading Jockey of 'pm the Season. 'SUM VIEWS OF 'THE SPORTSMAN'.' ! Among the jockeys of the time the names o! none have been so often on the tongues of people who take an interest in racing as those of D. Maher and F. Wootton. Though not native-born, they have attained positions In connection with the sport in England that very few riders of any period could boast, and their doings can almost be said to have become nubile property. From various circumstances F. Wootton has loomed larger in the general eye than any other professional horseman during 1911!, not only with regard to his usual progress in his voca $ tion, but with respect to the collision into which he came with the Turf authorities. The exception taken to his riding at the Liverpool Summer meeting led to his suspension for the ?whole of the month of August, and his com pulsory standing down was aggravated by the motor-cycle accident he met with Just on the eve o...

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TOPICS OF THE TURF DISCUSSED BY "PILOT." HORSES AND JOCKEYS OF ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. A Comparison by Richard Wootton who also Discusses the Starting Gate and Race Tracks. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

TOPICS OF THE TURF DlSiUSSED BY 'PILOT'. ! HORSES and JOCKEYS ' 0F ENGLAND ANB AUSTRALIA. ? $ ? A Comparison by Richard Wootton who also Discusses the Starting ) Gate and Race Tracks* ? ' (BY A 'SATURDAY REFEREE' SPECIAL.) Mr. Richard Wootton, the Anglo-Austradian trainer, and father of the premier Jockey of England, at present paying a short visit to his former homo and old scenes. discussed with a representative of this paper a few topics of tho Turf of general interest at the residence of his mother the other day. In tho matter of jockcysbip as it is seen iu England and Australia, ho holds that English Jockeys' lead by a shade both In style and methods. '1 am much impressed with the excellence of tho English jockeys as a whole,' he 6aid. 'for they display great Judgment and 'cleverness at all times. Still. 1 do not mean to infer that Jockeys out here arc greatly inferior to them in those respccts. Indeed, as a body, I think tho Colonials comparc not at all unfavorably with thoao ...

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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT; MR. A. J. SLATTERY, HOMEBUSH-GREGGENT, HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT J A. J. SLATTCTtY, HOMSO'JSH-CRESCENT. HOMEBUSH. ? ' The nt-ovc !n a pnoto,-ra;itil' ri-i-in.'.!ir:Kn or n Kroup rancn rcccntly. Tho EIH3T (but no other) Member of this group who uresente himself ot Iho 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND Alti'.OW' OFFICE. 13G-l:iS Cast It-: ?:iL-.li-:-.-.r fc-t. AND IS IDENTIFIED ns BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will be paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern themselves in this will bo tidcr&iood t-j usree to m-i-ept th.- ij.iper'.-, dwisioii aa ilnal. 7hu bm!lae,su or identification will be entrusted to.n member of tho 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' Staff. ANOTHER SNAI'SIIOT r!! )T(Jt;i!Ai-HIC COMPETITION will appear in next Issue, and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND Tib: ARROW' , l'HOTOC: RAl'IlEIl 111 t!:e streiis or Sydney. ? ?

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