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SOCCER NOTES SPORTS' GROUND PROGRAMME THIS AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

SOCCER NOTES SPORTS' GROUND PROGRAMME THIS AFTERNOON . By VOLUNTEER. The Sunlight Cup championshio, which is en- I gaging the attention of the Second League clubs, is to be continued at the Sports Ground this afternoon. The first round and portion of i the second was played off last Saturday, and as a result Kiaora, Annandalc and Pyrmont have qualified for the semi-final. The team to com plete the quartette will be the winner of the Lar.cashire-Fernleieh name to-dav. The latter will be difficult to beat, and can genuinely be looked upon as capable of providing football equal to the better class in the First Grade. Lancashire Society is represented by a team that is not known to admit defeat till the referee whistle;! them off the field, but ar. foot ballers are not equal to their opponents. Theit j sterling qualities as sportsmen of the very first water compclr. one to wish them success. It their ability was only in consonance with their other qualities? A lot has transpired sirtcr ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

COURSING By AMESBUItr. The Australian coursing season for 1916 ended yesterday. So far as N.S.W. was concerned only two clubs coursed on the last day of toe season, viz., Henty and the Metropolitan. So far as the metropolitan area is concerned the season should close at the end of August —as a rule it is much too hot at this time of the year for coursing. It is also a bad period for the bares, and grounds are also gene rally too hard. In this State toe season jtut ended has been one of the least successful of late years, in no small measure due to the difficulty in secur ing hares, for which unheard-of prices nave been given. ? After a very hot Wednesday tbe Metropoli tan Club was fortunate enough to strike a com paratively cool day for the opening of its final meeting of the season at Fife field on Thursday. However, it was dusty, and this despite the good coating of herbage on the enclosure. No fewer than 51 courses were run off without a hitch, the sport being very Interesting. T...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL. To-D*y— Agricultural Ground, FINAL OAMES FOB 1818 TRHnjSRSHIT. Lecguo and Junior League. , BALMAIN V. PADDINGTON. 3 15 p.m. DOUBLE BAT V. H.M7A.8. TIN6IKA. 1.30 p.m ADMISSION, (-J. STAflD. W. ?'? - ' J. K. 1'IIELAX, lion. Secret*!]'. ;

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

iJS#SSjrPUNCHlNG BdLLS | __jL I ^Bj^BBf I * '?» ?niant' e»ch day at Ball Punenluit will kwp jtt j jSf^ *»llYt Swlllllnc Ball, regulation «hr, »rft leather, lijlit make, jw f»-- Np\J^SK -KKACH' ARMY, S^nfrta'c Dali regulation Virr, 'too ' leatlicr.ntayril I'-a-n-. .^BtWlfcV I \ 'REACH™ AKHT SwiDsinij Ball, rrsuiatlon aiie, flncrt rap» leather, i-r^-a I UHrJI 1 1 and tUjcd. Very im and lively ? 18/6, 22/, IV, nn , si; Vt '-'^r^^^B-^ 'V J 'REACH' ABMT Etta Ufrht Professional Swinging Ball. »pcci«l!.- -e ( \\,jT .^^^K^''~^ tiimed for i*t wcrk, c^nrranteffd durable and perfect fh«n« ; rcali.- n! \S^J^Hflr EXPECT, doable-end Ball, medium nM, rubber cord for Boor and rr^e ror /raj^^^V EXPERT, dorfble-cmi Ball, regulation site, special latjacr, dotiMetiitcie:!. mB^^^KL KXif.KT, douhlc-tnd lilD, medium aire, bm nelrcled hide, rubber a:il ^^^^^^^HL PORTABLK RAIX, «trGng vplial fpring trprisbt, bnvy iron baa', lrathr. ^H^^^^^^^flk cOTcr and bbjdd er complete ? ?-A ^^^^^^^^^^ Portage on the Arm...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

ROWING By ARGUS, I The news that Lieut. F. S. Kelly, the famous j sculler of a period of ten years or so ago, has ' been awarded the D.S.O.. was received in row- ! Ing circles here with pleasure. Of the many j athletes at the front, no section has done bet- f ter relatively than the rowers. j It was a large and enthusiastic gathering of members at the annual meeting of the Y.M.C.A. Rowing Club at the Y.M.C.A. Buildings on Tuesday. Mr. J. C. Dunbar was in the chair. It was set out in the annual report that the club, in common with all the other physical clubs of the Association, was severely handi capped owing to to many of its prominent mem bers going to the front. Notwithstanding this, the membership at the end of the season was 35 — mostly juniors. During the season monthly pair-oar handicaps were held, for which points were awarded. J. Cumming won the trophy given for the highest number of points scored. The club champion ship was won by the following crew: — W. S. Joiner (stroke...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

fcj' (MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEV). «f' VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. --__^ ? _, y ROSEHILL, TO-DAY NOW OPEN— AJ.C. AND V.R.C. DERBIES. - EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN. CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE CUPS. DOUBLE, STRAIGHT-OUT, PLACE. ASK FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS.^ ' stand STARTING PRICE. WIN OR PLACE j S^D ^L ALL GOVERNMENT LIC^NSED^ACECOURSES IN j&g. ? ^ SUFFICIENT ADDRESS— A. BYERS, SYDNEY. $ ? -,

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. Sunlight Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

TO-FUVS FIXTURES. S.mliulil I'up. Balmain rfmlrish v. LaiuiuUrc &x\e:?. Sports Ground. I J.15 ; W. Lincoln. j Si-cond Uaj-je. .Unlnrfjlr v. Pjlmiin Kia-M, bports Ground. I.lj ; A. I A. J.. 1'Mtv. Srhojll' liatdi. Prlors!i»m v. T-Mm kImiM !or QnrfrHc-.d, bfort- UrOLii'l, l:\30 ; K. LVrnlfb.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. N.S. WALES LEAGUE FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. N.S. WALLS I.BAGUE KIXAL. Dalraaln t. Paddinirton, 3.15- p.m., it Afrricnltunl f.'round. A. Dunimoiv, Held umpire; R. Wblte and SI. Burke, boundary inspire!. JUNIOR l.tAGUE FEUL. Double Bar t. H.M.A.S. Tin-in. 1.80 p.m.. A. II. Hrdetr, Held umpirr; B. CtarlM and H. licrranl; bouudirr umplrei.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL TWO FINALS AT THE AGRICULTURAL GROUND [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL TWO FINALS AT THE AGRI CULTURAL GROUND By WARATAH. The final gami-a — so-catted— (or the League and Junior League premiershins will be played to-day at the Agricultural Ground. In both competition! the minor premier* — Balmain and Double Bay — have won their semi-final, so that if defeat to-day (all to either or- both, the final becomes a misnomer, as a challenge game will be necessary. '????? The League premiership finalists are Bal main and Paddington, and the came should be well worth witnessing. Two o( the three pre vious engagements this season have been won by Balmain, but Paddington are very confident. Taking a line (rom the semi-final games, Pad dington showed better all-round form against Sydney than Balmain against Newtown, who. with a share of ordinary luck, should have gone close to winning. However, Balmain may con found Judgments which have been patied on their play of lant Saturday, and prove their worth by winning the premiership of 1916. If no, i...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY UNION [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

RUGBY UNION A pbotoeraphlc group of the 8ydney ' Gram mar, school team, champions of the Groat Public School*, (or the icuoo appears (n The Keitree this wook. The boys are shown to bo of as fine a type as any in the past, the war notwithstanding;, Mr. Hyam Marks', wh6 has been the guiding force in Rugger at the school' for so many years, must be very proud of .. these ? fine youngsters, all on the threshold oF manhood. - Sydney, footballers beard with no little re gret 'cf the. desth in action oi Johnny Wil liams,' the bright and modest Welsh Internal tlonal three-quartern, the other day. News of this sort has, in a sense, hardened us, but the world Will never be the same to any of ua who go btSiVtot 10 or 20 years before the. war. Too.. many ef toe finest of men, have good, down. to. the bullet of the enemy. . , ;? — ;

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE RUGBY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

' LEAGUE RUGBY By THE CYNIC. Mr. Chas. Purvis, hon. secretary, of the Surry Hills R.L. Football Club, writes me enclosing a photograph of Sgl-Major Geo. A. Morris. 3rd Battalion, who has been awarded the Military Cross. He is a member of the Surry Hills Second Grade team, and went away with the first . contingent. He was wounded twice at GaiUpoli. The sergeant-major Is a very Hkely looUne young fighter, just the type one would expect to do something exceptional when the occasion arose. Newtown Rugby League Club will play a fancy-dress game at Ersldneville Oval next Saturday, 20th lnst, is aid of the widow of the late Corporal H. T. Bolt, who was killed in France. The match will be preceded by a. pro- cession through the district. Bolt was a good footballer, and it is to be hoped the movement initiated by the club will meet with the response it merits. The footballers of the district have paid dearly in the Great Fight, for' Frank Cheadle and E. R. Larkin were Newtown men.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POINTS FOR FISHERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

POINTS FOR FISHERMEN. The head of Cowan Is being much fished for blackfish with green sea moss for bait, and the corner of Smith's Creek should be given' a trial for red fish. If a party stays on a houseboat in Cowan, two or three lines with whole yel lowtail on hooks should be put out. Large ; edible skates and rays, as well as schnapper j and jewfish, are likely to sample the baits, and I a light sleeper should get hold of something worth playing. If a man wants some fun he may fasten a line to the bed clothes or a friend's toe. The friend should be one who can stand a joke.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES THE WEEK-END SPOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

FISHING NOTES THE WEEK-END SPOTS ?By PISCATOR. High water at Sydney at II a.m. and 11.24 p.m. to-day, and 11.50 ajn. and 12 midnight to-morrow. TrevaHy have remained about the entrance of the harbor and are being caught in large numbers at Lang's Point and close to the Quarantine shore. They make lively sport, and are worth catching and eating. Prawns and worms are the baits most used, and one sportsman found a single worm last while he caught six fish. Slices of mackerel and yellowtail are also acceptable baits A sprinkling of berley soon shows whether tre vally are present. If they are swimming near the surface a little wide of the boat, no lead should be used, and the bait be tossed well away. A short boat rod is ideal for catching trevally or whiting. Visitors to Brisbane Water announce that the two best fish now biting are black bream and trumpeter whiting, the latter coming in from the sea on warm days. The main trumpeter whiting shoals are ndt in yet, but may be ex pected to ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR WHIFFS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

[?] By THE CYNIC. 'In enterprise of martial kind When there was any »Eh.tinS. He led his troops from behind— He found it less exciting. If reports from France, in the big pushnow . ._ ? i. ? _..._.,i_iiirn tnr* Lierman omtcr fTolnu on uc not uvtiuiu'»i . .._ ? is playing the Gilbert and Sullivan part to per fection. One does not question the bravery of the German officer, Prussian or any other kind. But if the many statements we read are correct, it might mean that Germany has determined to save the lives of officer.', new 'owing to .the great losses they have sustained. It is probably much more difficult for Germany to turn the private into an officer than it is for England to do so.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

GO//1P i &jVs/fCorbett€ Hat's off to Randwick's new president, Mr. Jchn McClure, a worthy successor to the club's long line of estimable chief men of the past. Mr. McClure was unanimously elected to the position at Rnndwick's annual general meeting on Wednesday night last. Many happy returns of the day to Mr. John P. Lister. Good old J.P. St. George howlers will this afternoon cele brate the natal day of their thirtcen-times-over president, who was also the founder of that solid club. That there will be a great gathering on the Cross players' grounds may be taken for granted. That it would have been much rrreater but for the event clashing with the formal open ing of Mosman's new premises 13 also beyond question. But many who feel that they must assist at Mosman to-day will be seen at St. George's festive board In the evening. A leg-o'-mutton supper marking the birthday of a popular fellow roller of the woods gets the true bowler every time. 'I'm going to live here altogethe...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

SCHOOL SPORTS. At the Great Public School bports at tne Sydney Cricket .Ground yesterday, the atten dance was rather small.' To-day the principal events will be decided. Yesterday the Open Running Broad Jump resulted : Cnpps (New ington College), 20ft 11. in, 1: Carr (S.G.S) 20ft lOlin, 2 ; and Honnor (St. Joseph s), 19ft 4|in, 3.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MELBOURNE TURF [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

LATE MELBOURNE TURF Yesterday Mr. H. Nicholls lodeed an appeal afainit the steward's declalon in disqualifying the horse Brown Bird, for alleeed interference, at Moonee Valley, on Wednesday. Sandown Park scratchings : Hurdle Race, Archippus i Steeplechase, Home Rule or Chester Queen ; Welter Purse : Tonskatt.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEHILL RACES HURDLE RACE (To start at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEHILL RACES HURDLE RACE (To tlarl at 1.10 p.m.) A handicap ot 11'. rova, icennd hor-c =0 rovs, ami third Sri'S'p'SL.'-.ti^b. ts: v«'Su to carry 101b extra. 2 milti ^ ^ iir E. A. Connolly's t- R CHASD Fl.KCT. »std 13 u Mr. C. Job»on'3 ch k rlUNM: ALFONSO, 5-ra .. 10 I Mr. It, J. Ken-', br B (iAItTIIOWKN. »scJ .. .. 10 a JJr. 0. Jotoon's br in SILVAN 1US-3, 8yr. .. ..JO . 74,. W. J. KickotU' b K SWKLT STia\ «yn .. 0 , Mr G. (Jarnham's b ic COMI'ltUMkK, 4ecJ ?? ?? lu ?? i J. lUvkini1 1. g KlNUiAU-l IN./-). »ScJ ?? » J Vr. J. K. Hewlett's b s i-uri'.IIUKA, ajiM .. .. » 10 J!r. J. Lloj-il'a b s CANMOHi:. ac-l .. .. ... ?? 0 -; Mr Leslie Stuarf* b s U-IU- CM II. imp.). -J' li b V,: CTlvc Tcrry'l cu E iLVV MUSIC. ««! .. .. » - Mr M LlTinK«on^- ch R l'.ll.WJ. agv.l ? 9 ?« M. £ J. O-U»icr'£ b K l.Oltl) TCI.rBU. tjn .. 1» a JJr! A. Isaacs' rh e IIIIKV. Jgr'l ? ° j j:r. V. C. nrnyot,'., I) m YKU.O'.VIIOC, «vr» .... 'J = Mr. J. II. CJulkw'a l-r B l'KT 11OV. a*cd .... ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT HURDLE RACE : PRINCE ALFONSO ? I Garthowen ? ? ? 2 Compromise ? 3 ROSEHILL GUINEAS : WOLAROI ? 1 Thana ? 2 Bncklaw ? 3 CAMELLIA STAKES { SYDIAN ? 1 Panacrc ? 2 Merimce ? 3 SPRING STAKES : (In the probable absence of Woorak) BLAGUE ? 1 Xil'.ioy ? 2 Cctigne ? 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP : CHARLEVILLE ? 1 Pretty Bobby ? 2 Kingsburgh ? 3 RYDALMERE MILE : ROYAL PARADE ? 1 Bombita ? 2 Two Blues or The Mogul .. . ._. ._ 3 ? By THE SCOUT HURDLE RACE : LOUGHREA ? I Sweet Step ? ? ? 2 Kurnalpi ? 3 ROSEHILL GUINEAS : THANA ? 1 Wolaroi ? ... 2 Irish Comedy ? 3 CAMELLIA STAKES : COLUGO ? 1 Panacre ? .. .. .. 2 Costello ? 3 / SPRING STAKES : WOORAK ? : ? 1 Lingle ? 2 Bee ? 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP : TOSSON ? 1 Two Blues ? 2 Meroo ? 3 RYDALMERE MILE : ? NOMBI ? 1 Barraconda ? 2 __JLa_Baj{gur_or Royal Parade .... 3

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA. PARK By The Arrow Soecials. RANDWICK — Thursday. The middle grass track was in capital order this morning, and several good gallops were registered. Cetigne ran the season's record for seven furlongs — 1.26^ — beating Gai and Glenbrae several lengths. Lady Minnie, with a light boy, ran a mile a shade under l.-4, the fastest ol the morning. Lingle easily disposed of a mile in 1.48V Carlita ran round in 2.30 comfortably, and Bandoliero ran seven furlongs in 1.33J. Two Blues went usefully, and Merimee spurted. Chang Sha and Lambournc put six furlong, past in 1.23. Blague accounted for seven iur longs in 1.33. A mile was run by Common Law in 1.48J. Costello defeated Panacre half a length and Lady Blacksand six lengths over seven turlongs in 1.29J. A furlong further distance was regis tered by Woodwild, The Christian Brother, and Eastcourt in 1.45. The same time was recorded by Pretty Bobby. Machine Boy ran six fur longs in 1.20. A furlong...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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