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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXI (Cont.)—"LOVED I NOT HONOR MORE?" [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH n«. ?- . rv^p A n v Author of 'Crno Cormao,' ''The Cairn of H BY MADGE bAKLUW. Badocr.' 'The Secret of the Black Bog,' io, 8 I ALL RIGHTS UESKKVKO.I C.iIAi'li:R XXI (Cont.)— 'LOVED I NOT HONOR MORE ?' 'Why does he covet the Hill especially?' 'Because,' roared Patchett, who had answered lur previous remark, 'it's reputed rich in iron ore. and h''s almost a pauper.' Iler oyer widened. 'Oh!' M\c said, toying with ihe grapes on Lrr plate j\tid allowing no elation. 'And you'll be a wealthy young woman, pro vided it isn't a mad-cat Idea of Darkington's. Don't you want wealth?' l mou i uium i «i'». ti i:-n i rvrrjininj;. . 'No. but ii run purchase nearly everything. We'll have an expert down to,e\anilnc the plaeo and report, and I'll guard your interests. Isn't Paradise Hill absolutely your;; ?' 'Ye:*. It was l-ft to me by my uncle.' 'That's capital. .love ! Won't it be a joke nn his lordship when he hears Chcvc-ral ferreted out his pot scheme an...

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CRICKET FIXTURES. Victoria v. South Australia, at Melbourne. NEW SOUTH WALES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

CRICKET FIXTURES. ' Victoria v.- South Australia, at MetLourne. NEW SOUTH WALES ASSOCIATION*. First Orade : North Sydney v. Middle Harbor. North Sidney. R. Tbornthwaite and .P. Laiiig ; Petersham v. l.'niveriity, Peter^huin, W. (.*, French and n. M. Wallace; Rolforn v. Balmain. Redt'em. A. C. Jone* and A. Sey mour ; Burwood v. Paddingtou, Prattcn Park, .1. Xieholl* and C. Clarke ; Sydney v. (Jleb:-, Rushcuttrrs Ba;. C. W. V-aiigh and A. Luca* ; Waverley v. Central Cumberland, Waverley I, \V. ' Currju aud J. A. Turnbull ; Gordon, a bye. Second (trade. — Lcichhardt v. St. (ieorge, at Lrieh* hardt : University v. Waverle.i . at University ; Baimain v. Central Cumberland, at Baimain No. I : Bupa'ochJ v. Sydney, at St. Luke'* Park : Rnlfrrn v. North Sydney, at Sydney Cricket (Jround No. 2 : tJorden v. Pe;er-ham, at Chat*woo«l t .Middle Harbcr v. Faddington, jt Manly ; CJJel*e v. Marriekville, at Wentworth Park ; Mcsmau x. Newtown, at Mosman ; Ran-iwick a bye. Tltird (Jradr. — Marriekvill...

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GOSSIP OF THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

GOSSIP OF THE RING, (By 'SOLAR PLEXUS.') A happy and prosperous New Year to all, 'Make no mistake; I'm not booming Rob Turner for (he sake of Just Getting him n match. I'm doing It because I ant thoroughly convinced he Is as good as ever he was, and to prove my j bonn-IldcB am prepared to find a substantial side I bet for him against Jack Road, O'Orndy, or Bern I stein.' Thus spoke Juramer Farrell. Joan Audouy is endeavoring to impose the un fair condition of compelling Tim Land to weigh 10st 121b. In their return match, claiming that as he (Audouy) can make that poundage Tim should do likewise. Tim should do nothing of the kind. They are both middle-weights; there fore list lib is the limit Land should agree to. J.R. (Woollahra) wants to know the names of tho two Australians referred to In our lust Issue as wlnnenJ of world's championships. They were both practically New Zcalandcrs. Bob Fltzsitnmons won the middle-weight title by defeating Jack Dompsey and the houvy-welght champion...

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EASTERN SUBURBS C.A. January 4 and 11. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

EASTERN SUBURBS C.A. January 4 and 11. Mrthodi?t r Victoria. (.J) ; Marylebene v Ma!arill«, (M» ; Bapti«t v Ocean-.'treet i.2R- : Boys' Brigade r At'e'.aide (1R-. Little Coogee v I'etcr'j (1; ; IUnd« ?vi'k PresSyti-ri.in v O'.r.into

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BOXING WORLD STADIUM FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

BOXING WORLD M - * BY ' RIGHT-CROSS ' ? ® ' stadium fixtures. I Tonight.— Frank Ticato (U.S.A.) v. Jack Read (N.a. Walesjtv light-weight?. Wednesday, January 8.— F.rnie Zanders (U.S.A.) v. Bui Sontcr (N.S. Wales), middle-weights. / Saturday, January 11. —Joan pnwy i.t'rancc) V. Hock Keys (N.i. Wale«), light-weights. My best wishes to all boxing readers of this journal, and that, I guess, yieana pretty nearly everybody, for a Happy New Year, THE DE BALZAC DISAPPOINTMENT. While watching tho ending of the Dave Smlth Ercolc De Balzac fight at the Stadium on Wed nesday night. 1 could not help thinking what a large amount of justification existed for tho pride the Engllsh-ppeaklng peoples of the world feel regarding the 'hull-dog,' or lighting in stinct, that la in them. Dc Balzac ccrtalnly quit cold, and yet he had during the couple of roundn preceding, and that portion of the third which had expired— even right up to tho moment when he went down taken a good deal of punishment nnd given...

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

PRANK WOOTTON. Who headed the Hit of wlnnlno Jcckeyi la England with 118 wins, 86 seconds, 54 thirds, and 180 unplaced —London 'Sportsman.'

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TURF GOSSIP VICTORIA PARK RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

1 I TURF GOSSIP I VICrORIA PARK RACKS. ' SATURDAY. JANUARY L (By 'THE SCOUT.') FLYING HANDICAP*: LORD HAUTBOY ? ? 1 MIsb Kendnll ? - « 2 .Matinee ? .. — 3 , MAIDEN HANDICAP : ROSE ALPINE ? . ? ? 1 Walllnsford ? ? ~ 2 Uncic Jim ? .. ?- 3 ;?-./„! HURDLE RACE-: ALBERTO ? ? ... - .. ~ 1 Cnrson ? 7.. ?? 2 Ea:'tlasa ? ? ?? .. .3 -KjIA FOURTEEN-ONE MAIDEN HANDICAP : M'-$' BRIDGEFIELD .. .. ..1.r 1 $i-Y^ Falryfleld ? ???'??' 2 i',% Laurlct ? W *». «? — 3- pl'\ }: VICTORIA PARK HANDICAP : RYLSTONE LASSIE .... ...... 1' V, M.K ? - ... ? ? 2 'if'.'i' Whither .. -. ., .. 3 ' A&,% FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP i Mi-j'tf THE RIGGING':.'.. :iV .. .1' :.p-y} Orchid .. ? ' '..''2 MiBB^Nonl'' ? ? , ''1^ ' '3 TRIAL STAKES': tfr'fK REDLOCJI ? ? .. ~ A u 1 Circumspect ? ? ? ?? . 2 gjSfl Allan Doono ? 3 Canterbury this afternoon. {vtii Also & pony and galloway meeting at Victoria ' ? c-jj Racing at Kensington next Wednesday. Flrbt race, - p.m. M Bobrlkoff further demonstrated hla return to y.| fo...

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PROFESSIONAL. ROWAN'S £50 HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

PROFESSIONAL. ROWAN'S £5n HANDICAP. Rowan'? £50 handicap 0:1 tho Rugby League I Ground at Newcastle on Christmas day wis , won by A. Murdoch. Thc running was keen and Interesting. Only one competitor tR. P. Mc Carthy) earned the displeasure of thc stewards, and ho was suspended for six months. There were four dead heats in the fir^t round, nnd taking It u\\ through Mr. Oatcn's handi capping gave th« utmost sntiffact ion. Messrs. M. J. Moronev and J. Rowan were judges, Mr. R. E. Oaten referee, and Mr. T. Griffiths starter. Thc places were filled as follow : — A. Murdoch, $3yds. 1 : W. C. Cullip. 9yds, 2 ; J. H. Gill. 9J yds, 3 ; T. J. Wills, 62yds, I ; G. Conn. 91yds, 5. Won bv half a yard from Cullip, who just beat Gill. A protest lodged by Cullip against the winner for having comr^ted at an unregistered meeting has not yet been decided.

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FOOTBALL. RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

FOOTBALL. RUGBY UNION. (By 'GULLIVER.') The Seuth Africans will tackle England at Twickenham to«dny. it being the final of. their International contents in Great Britain. One cable message states that the England team ikj favorite for the match. It is difficult ?to roullbc why that should be «o. The South African* should be favorites, inas- { much as they have eevcrely trounced Scotland } and Ireland, rnd dvieated Walcc. ull *Jn their j own ground?. J Besides, South Africa «vill enter the field a thoroughly organised combination, whereas it is hardly likely that it will be so in the case of tho English teutn. In the event of South Africa winning, there Is a likelihood of a match being arranged be tween them and the I'nittd Kingdom. The Sprlngtoks have been beaten twice only, and they will probably c!t'3e the campaign with u record au lull ot merit as that uI their pre- l dc.-esstrs. ? \ The South Africans were defeated by Svaricca 3 to nil on i;o.»ing Day, and have now been beaten t...

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

MOTORING. The principal event during the week has, r«f course, been the Intcr-Statc reliabality con test, which started from Melbourne on Monday and finished at thc Sydney G.P.O. on Thursday evening. Of a record number of 27 starters. 15 tied. while three others lost from 10 to 50 points and nlso won trophies. Some hard luck was experienced on the rough roods between Gunda gal and Germ.mton particularly, but neverthe less a record success was reported. - W. W. Reynolds. J. A. Fair, R. Gianficld. N. Saunders. A. Brown. A. Fraser, E. Tyler (Vic.), L. Finch, W. A. Melntyre. A. Levi. L. Palmer, C. R. Mundv (Vic.), W. J. Diamond, and A. J. Sutherland (Vie.) were those who lost no points; P. J. Murphy lost 10, F. S. Roberts 24, and C. Rochc (Vic.) 50.

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ENGLAND'S LAWN TENNIS WIN IN AUSTRALIA. What they Thought in England of Parkes' Victory. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

ENGLAND'S LAWN TENNIS WIN IN AUSTRALIA. V/hat they Thought in England of Parkea* Victory. .(By S.-N. D0UST.) - Nut the mo*t sr.nguinc of tho British team'® supporters ever thought that the 'mighty' ProoUes would have to lower hlg colors to the Irish champion. It waa thought that the hard, dry courts were not favorable to Parke, who r.lunya plays his hot on the wet and sodden courts, like those we had In England in 1912. Evidently he his suited his g^aic to the condi tions, nnd gained eonfldence by hlo winning tho Victorian championship, when he defeated in the ;in:tl one of his own team, Lowe. P.irke presumably has come on to his own brilliant g.ime, and perhaps has been able to bring on' his 'Irish drive'' with frequent suc eoas. The dry ground would certainly give him opportunity to use his wonderful footwork, and when the story Is told I shall not be surprised to hear that It was this that played as great a part In his defeating Brookes as any other points of his plav. ® ® ® Dixo...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

ON THE TRACK. R AXDWICK. THURSDAY. Tn»'r.inz operation? were tachor quiet this morning. Tlir r.iri track was in pensral u.-c. Cider and Barios ran i:.r turlongs in 1.21). Hey Blue got over a niilc* and a !5*r?ong in 2. 1 1. E!ixir fraver»rd -jx furlongs in 1.20, and r»rit:anv put in a stroci; ro'nn-1. B.'iarberry, Torone, anl ran a mile in 1..V). Alcl-erry moved freely over *i* furlong*, and Kingbrook spurted half a mile fre-1*. The magpie grass track open for 'special.' Coldea Pop and Perontlla ran five turlong* in 1.CJ; Waraua ..ml a wnipjnicii ran three-quarter* of a mile in fair imik. Kentucky (iirl went frrely o^eT half a mile, a ui.'twrc Simtnereen ran in oJJsec.

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SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS CENTRAL CUMBERLAND'S WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

SOME CRICKET JOTTINGS (BY 'RAMBLER.') CENTRAL CUMBERLAND'S WIN. The able batting of Sid. Thomas and the sound display of Leslie Pre were the main leatures 'of toe Ktcona portion o. Ccntial Cumberland s Innings against Petersham. The younger man wielded the bat with free dom and crlspncts pleasing to ibe lew jpc^ ;atorc. Just prior to being towlcj by jonn Scott he save cv.o chances on t»ic fast bov.lcr. Fetcrahnm fieldsmen are earning a reputation for liberality to the opposition batsmen. 'lhe;r catching— especially that of tbc i-lip heldj'ie 'uilres burnlfcblng up. Sedgers' fast medium bowling met .vlth belfr results than the fas/ter ones of Scott, who had no luck. . » T^-fe' appears to be very little wrong with i r ' .vtenJlam attack. Hough. Andrew?*. Scd g ^ »»rl* Scott are varl-1 in ta^ir *tyle.tf. and I ' »th and Wnddlngton pro.l.b- a pair of - '/es for the slow bovlers. The batting, however. Is not sound right through. Newton, Norrls ami Oram have been the most connlsienl. thou...

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VICTORIA PARK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

VICTORIA PARK. THURSDAY. Very few horw* v-c r* asked to do their b^*t. On th* ? owrc proper Berragooti sprinted a furlong or tn anl | a I pea red tn have almon completely dropped his *orene». i Nicnra Eliia strode ovcr six furlong* at half-pace, and - BeUr.i wen: readily. Chi gie middle ;ns», with th hi*nl!e out tin yjM.*. Ijdy Mals;rr and llappv M:«* firi*he«l together at the end ef »i* furlongs in lmin I'onjpfrey started a*ay -arith them, but I t iled ol? alter going half a mile. Dominion lovered tlrire furlong* in ;W#et*. On the tan. Bonnie Ren and Kir H.'.wrifd tool lmin 7Jf-c to complete five furlong*. Fair J- Alice ran four, inrlongs in ,Vt«ec. Coronata rinisaed up j p; re work by iipiirting three furlong* nicely. Mona Bh:» ji.«' Lady Ibex each ran a sound six furlong*, but \a\au, MotlMtor, Careei, C.iol Air. Hot Rite, Bretrjrr, Rue, Vietoria, Valinia, Ae^Ii;«, BeorambeJLh anl oth:rs only wen: .-lowiy.

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

PETER8HAM OVAL-— THIS DAY. FIRST (JRADK CR1CKKT .MATCH* PETERSHAM I, v UNIVERSITY I. Admifslnn to Park, Gd. PnviHon Od Kxtra. ^ SYD\1'.\ .?''MJlIf^ Hon. Secretary, FOR the small sum of Five 1 S-, hillings you may have 'The I Globe' sent post free to your | address for one year. Write now to the office, 136 Castle reagh St., Sydney. 'The Globe';' is. a good present, to make to,' a friend. Provide name and address and five shillings, and we will forward the paper to the friend (with your com-; pliments) for a whole year;!

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

# . SPORTS SPECIALISTS. MCMILLAN DEERY & CO. LTD. ..OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. SYDNEY SPORTS DEPOT (opp. Hotel Australia). 38 Caatlereagh Street Sydney.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Warren Bardsley reached Sydney on Thursday, lookinc very Qt after bis Continental expe riences. Warren Bardsley and Charles Kellewav will bo entertained by the Glebe District Club at Bulfin's Hotel on Thursday evening next. It will be i'. welcome home to the pair of warriors who so ably kept up tbc end of Australia In EDglnnd. J, Arnold Seitz, one of the Victorian Rhodes scholars, i= the new captain o£ Victoria at cricket. 11U selection by the members of the eleven in pieUrente to the leviathar W-.irwK-k Armstrong, has been interpreted by a section ot the Melbourne Preis to be a result of Board of Control lnllucnce. Poor Board of Control ' State era kit captains' should be ciccted by the celection co:n:nittee. and not by the members | of the team. The players may unanimously ap point a captain. Then all Is well. ! Thev may, and !requentl- do, appoint the 1 wrong' man, because he is more popular with tin m p-rcot..i!ly than the right man— V.. mi iMl is not well. An...

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OUR MEN IN MELBOURNE. HOW THE PLAY AND PLAYERS STRUCK A LOCAL CRITIC. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

OUR MEN IN MELBOURNE. HOW THE PLAY AND PLAYERS STRUCK A LOCAL CRITIC. A slab from the 'Age' report of the first day's play in the New South Walc3 v Victoria trntch at Melbourne : — Mooro — a tall, athletic young man — showed at once that he had a free, open style, and a par ticular fondness for the drive on either side of the wicket. ? i Matthews bowls a faster ball than before I12 went to England, and once he beat both Moore and the wlcket-kccpsr with one that just gra'.cl the bail?. Collins fell to a smart catch at fine slip ufT McNaughton, and half the side were out for tr,. Though he only hit two 1's, Collins ploye-l a most patient innings, lasting 6S minutes. Arnott, tbe Glebe (?) batsman, came next, j and was dismissed oft the second delivery he ' received. Armstrong effecting a brilliant catch In the slips off McNaughton. At this stage. Mc- Naughton, since the luncheon interval, had cap tured three wickets for five runs. The tall-end batsmen apparently had Instruc tions to fo...

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AMONG THE JUNIORS. VICTORIA ON TOP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

AMONG THE JUNIORS. f Bv 'RAMBLER.') VICTORIA ON TOP. Tho lnter-Stato carnival has ended with Vic toria the premier State, with two wins. New ? South Wales occupies second place, baring beaten the South Austrolians. This State's victory over South Australia was more convincing than Victoria's, and as they hold a lead of 120 on ihe first Jnnln£3 against the homo loam, it was h huge surprise to see the latter eventually come out on top. Whv the New South Wales captain (F. Storey) did not decide that bis team should bat again after Victoria's first innings Is puzzling. The local team would have been compelled i lo bat against 'time,' nnd thus the visitors' chances would be Improved. If (ho match were unfinished, according to tho laws of tho game it would bp drawn, but in the majority of those minor Inter-State con tests the result Is decided on the first. Innlnge. During the carnival the excellent batting ot (J. Mackay (Parramatta and District) stood out. In his three innings be scored ...

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

m A N T. E it It V 1* A H K It A C E.S, v' ? TO- PAY.' ? TODAY. ? IThe -PILCHEBS c ... COME, WRITE, OR WIRE ii' TO I Victoria Park | TO-DAY 5' ? n p. DOING BUSINESS ON ALL RACES At = CANTERBURY g; AND ^Challenge and Annivereary Double o ? ? ? ? ? . 2jp( A »E n :B:-U R Y P AH K* R ACE £,? \J ? TO-DAY. TO-DAY. ? ANTE .R BURY fiBK RACES, M TO-DAY. TO-DAY. - V'-l A N T E It ' V 'It Y ? P A It K ' ? It A C EiS ^ T(Tt).\V. ? TO- DAY. ' SAILING RAO E— 181'.. HANDICAP^ TWO IIKATS AND FINAI.. £35 PRIZES. THIS AFTERNOON— SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. TWO 111(1 STKAMKRS FOLLOW l!.\CK. Club Stcamerc KI'LROA and LADY IIAWSON' FOLLOW RACER, 'leaving Ktrphcn-strm 2.30, I'slnt-strcet 2.85, Darling-stroct -i.-li. Fort Macnusrlc 3.10 p.m. Poa songcrs may land at Clark Islind and View Racing - from Stnrt to Finish. I.ADrEfi f1;!, OENTI.KMEX 1/ Lady Rawbon calls Blue's Point, li.i j. /-iiJ'T ERBUBV PARK RACES, TO-DAY. . TO-DAY. V'. niSICBBl'BV PARK RACES, TO.DAY. TO-DAY. 1 C\ A X T E P. B U Ii Y PARK . RACES...

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