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|CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE THAMES. ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA. The Match Between Bob Chambers and Willonghby Green on June 16, 1863. (Article), Referee (Sydney, NSW : 1886 - 1939), Wednesday 12 September 1906 page Article||2013-12-03 07:59||EXULAJJB v. AUSTRALIA.
the London 'Licensed Victuallers' Ga
zette,' we came across the following,
men, especially tlioso of the' old school : —
OUUIUU1U OIUSS UUlL'l U11UCU LU II y LUUir
|ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA.
the London Licensed Victuallers' Ga
zette,'we came across the following,
men, especially those of the old school : —
Southern CRoss determined to try their
|Rowing and Sculling Death of Famous Old-timer R. A. W. Green Coming Big Matches (Article), Referee (Sydney, NSW : 1886 - 1939), Wednesday 14 September 1921 page Article||2013-12-03 07:51||week of Richard A. W. (Dick) Green I
Australian scullers and oarsmen — lie was
men in our world of aauatics. The de
Bob Chambers over the Putnev to Mort
1863, and was beaten. Jn Australia the
go it is recorded — and won manv of them.
Hick Green was an oarsman of ability as
tnd heavy boats.
|week of Richard A. W. (Dick) Green
Australian scullers and oarsmen — he was
men in our world of aquatics. The de
Bob Chambers over the Putney to Mort-
1863, and was beaten. In Australia the
so it is recorded — and won many of them.
Dick Green was an oarsman of ability as
and heavy boats.
|WITH THE PROFESSIONALS. (Article), Referee (Sydney, NSW : 1886 - 1939), Wednesday 26 June 1907 page Article||2013-12-02 11:04||tion), M. Hush, W. (}. Urott, A. Jordan,
||tion), M. Rush, W. (}. Urott, A. Jordan,
|WITH THE PROFESSIONALS. (Article), Referee (Sydney, NSW : 1886 - 1939), Wednesday 26 June 1907 page Article||2013-12-02 10:50||The ' Dick ' Crccn Testimonial.
Tho prosontatlon to veteran 'Dick'
Oreon, Uio old-limo champion, was made
at a smokn concert at Dal.c.inan's Motel
|The ' Dick ' Green Testimonial.
The presentation to veteran 'Dick'
Green, the old-time champion, was made
at a smoke concert at Bateman's Hotel
|BENEFIT TO DUCK GREEN. (Article), Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser (NSW : 1884 - 1907), Saturday 1 June 1907 page Article||2013-12-02 10:23||BENEFIT TO DIICK GREEN.
||BENEFIT TO DICK GREEN.
|VANDERDECKEN'S LOG. To the Editor of the Herald. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 7 January 1864 page Article||2013-11-25 11:00||yam ancnt the Hunter's mil Amateur Regatta, which event took
||yam ancnt the Hunter's Hill Amateur Regatta, which event took
|PROJECTED DEPARTURES. (Vide Harbour Master's Report). (Article), The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841), Wednesday 23 September 1840 page Article||2013-11-25 08:09||LAuvccr. - Yesterday afternoon, the steam
dredging ship Ilercules. was committed to her
essembled throng. The arrangements fir start
ing her being c-nmpletcd,about four o'clock the sig
went off the ways beautifully. Orr worthy Har
bour Master, John Nicholson,-Esq., having the
dishing a bottle of fine oll port again.t her
|LAUNCH. - Yesterday afternoon, the steam
dredging ship Hercules. was committed to her
assembled throng. The arrangements for start
ing her being completcd,about four o'clock the sig
went off the ways beautifully. Our worthy Har
bour Master, John Nicholson, Esq., having the
dishing a bottle of fine old port against her
|The Brisbane Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, March 28, 1881. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 28 March 1881 page Article||2013-11-22 17:32||world. The sun is over the yard-arm, come"
||world. The sun is over the yard-arm, come"-
|Hard Lines. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 14 March 1874 page Article||2013-11-22 17:30||have been there several hours, having Btarted at
||have been there several hours, having started at
|RAILWAY TRAVELLING. (Article), The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1858 - 1880), Wednesday 28 July 1875 page Article||2013-11-22 17:24||is nautical phrase, eight bells soon.
||is nautical phrase, eight bells noon.
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Links to newspaper extracts and images accumulated during research for my biography of Michael Rush, champion sculler of Australia, 1844 - 1922. Published by BlueDawe Books, October 2011.
Newspaper articles concerning the sculling career of Richard Augustus Willoughby Green (1836 - 1921). Champion Sculler of Port Jackson, hence of Australia, several times. In 1862 Green travelled to the Thames to race against the then English, and therefore World Champion sculler, Chambers. Green lost the match in controversial circumstances. Lost Australian championship to Bill Hickey in 1866. Boat-builder, inventor, coach, Green has a claim to the title of Grand Old Man of Australian Sculling.
... with a focus on the regattas of Port Jackson and the settlements in its environs. My main interest is in the *rowing* events only, but also in the organisational basis and the persons who managed and benefited from the regattas.
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