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TIPS FOR WALLSEND By the Arrow Correspondent. NOVICE HANDICAP: (Six furlongs.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
TIPS FOR WALLSEND By the Arrow Correspondent. NOVICE HANDICAP: * (Six furlongs.) ACCORDEON ? 1 Dusky Don ? 2 Lyn Lassie ? 3 PLATTSBURG HANDICAP : (Seven furlongs.) GREY SLEEVES ? 1 Lord Nagar ? 2 Tony Blue ? .' ? 3 HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP : (Six furlongs.) MULLAHAB ? I Lord Repton ? 2 Rouard ? 3 JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP : (One and a quarter mile.) LADY BONIFORM ? 1 Blue TUly ? 2 Melton Lad . . . . ' ? 3 MARYLAND HANDICAP: (Six furlongs.) NEW BREW ? 1 . Royal Medal ? 2 Paradaif ? 3 FINAL HANDICAP : (One mile and 20 yards.) - D.H.P ? - Pounce ? 2 Macacus ? 3
SANDOWN PARK TIPS By PILOT. HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
SANDOWN PARK TIPS By PILOT. HURDLE RACE: RAMOTH ? l Golden Rest .. ? 2 Parral ? 3 WELTER PLATE: ETTEFRED ? J Rrjdas ? 2 Red Steel ? 3 SANDOWN PARK HANDICAP: ANDELOSIA ? 1 Lady Challacombe ? 2 Maltravers ? 3 WELTER PURSE : KING LYBIA ? 1 Prince Verdun ? 2 Lady Mola ? 3 BRUSH STEEPLECHASE : ADMIRAL GRAND ? 1 Mynot ? 2 Flash Bob ? 3 JUMPERS' FLAT RACE: MALVACEOUS ? 1 Pouter ? 2 Nitchevo ? 3
SANDOWN PARK RACES HURDLE RACE—2 miles. (To start at 2.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
SANDOWN PARK RACES HURDLE RACE— 2 mil™. (To start at 2.30 p.m.) ?t lb at lb Parral ? 10 II Glenkirk ? « 7 Ramolh .. .. .. .. 10 0 Kurrtta ? 9 6 Golden Re-t ? 10 0 Welbeck ? 9 0 San Leandro ? 10 0 Cordelia ? 9 0 Culma ? 9 13 Bullarook ? 9 0 . WELTER PLATE— « furloora. | (To aurt at 3 p.m.) Amata.. ? 11 7 Ruda ? t 1 Maltravtrs ? ID 3 Wild George ? 7 11 Alde« ? 10 2 Briifbtwater ? 7 10 Kltefrcd ? 8 7 .'parkllght ? 7 7 Golden Rock ? u :t Scraltho ? 7 7 Jloldart ? u n Lady N'arcissa .... 7 7 Ijinart.. ,. .. ,. .. £? 10 Jimtringlc .. .... 7 7 C'halmldor ? 8 4 Golden .-*hot ? 7 7 Warraln ? « 2 Tnaumaturgs .... 7 7 Itetl bteel ? t- 2 Beau Gallant ? 7 7 Ejector ? a 2 SASDOWN PARK IIANTJ1CAP-U mUe. (To tun a: X30 p.m.) Marcnlfns ? 9 2 Pouter ? 7 6 Andeloda ? 9 2 Paean ? 7 6 WUnins; Cap ? 9 0 Lady Challacombe .. 6 12 sylnnuiorc ? 8 12 Chalmidor ? 1KI Aides ? B 9 Radiator ? 6 7 Mallravers ? S 7 Posilua ? 6 7 lle'encc ? 8 0 Fleur d'Or ? 6 7 llunorious ? 7 0 Karl Godwin ? 6 7 Euefrcd ? 7 8 Perry'...
WALLSEND RACES NOVICE HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
WALLSEND RACES NOHCE U\NI)IC'AP-C furlonp. .' «*- 'b .t lb Jfrrfina ? 9 0 Aceorrleon ..... 70 Artlllcrr Maid .... a 0 old Uad ? 70 l'cnida ? 8 3 Lyn Laaiie ? 7 0 Ayrmaker ? S3 Kcncia ? 70 DusKy Don ? 7 7 Little Bar ? 70 Wybong ? 7 7 t-'adalcna ? 7 0 Koro3ko .. .. ?-.. ..7 0 Persian Boy ? 70 Vrlnce Sarto .... ..70 Southern Lady .... 7 u Mcrvim , . , . , . . . 7 0 Ounncr Tom ?? , . «» 7 0 Agenda ? 7 0 Major Eddie ? 7 0 Fljing Feather .... 7 0 PliATTSBURG HANDICAP— 7 furious*. Lord Nagar ? 10 0 Kenilic ? 7 10 Lord (lardo ? 0 7 Illieoana ? 7 10 My Palm ? 8 0 llcceda ? 7 S Persian Cat ? S 12 King Hampton .... 7 5 Cathedral ? 8 12 llo.ur.i ? « 12 Lord Ilepton ? 8 S Serrula'.a ? I 12 Tony Blue ? 8 5 I'nlrl Boy ? 6 7 D.H.P. .. :. ?.. ..8 5 Gloy ? 9 7 ?Maid of Argylc .... 8 3 Uniiot ? 8 7 Ijirinlte ? 8 0 Mim Pullamini; .... 0 7 GoodMd ? 7 10 Boyard ? 8 7 Grey Sleeve '.. .. 7 10 lnClIWEICIIT HANDICAP— 7 furlongs. Lord Repton ? 0 1! What's Wanted .... 8 0 Lord Etrltton .. .. 0 10 Royal Medal ?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
FRED JOBSON Member City Tatts GIVES 3 CHANCES 3 WIN OR PLACE FAIR PRICE GUARANTEED. ALL EVENTS, ROSEHILL, SATURDAY. ALSO PADDOCK, .RANDWICK. STAND, 129. MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEYj VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. || -J STAND «|Q llO PADDOCK liu ALL EVENTS PREPARED TO DO BUSINESS ALL FORTHCOMING EVENTS BANK REFERENCE. NOW OPEN - EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN STRAIGHTOUT AND DOUBLES CAULFIELD & MELBOURNE CUPS A.J.C. AND V.R.C DERBIES ALL CORRESPONDENCE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. . ? WRITE OR WIRE FOR LATEST INFORMATION. S.P. EVERYWHERE. NO REPLY, NO BUSINESS. ROSEHILL, TO-DAY USUAL LIBERAL PRICES,
TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
Jtmu Town ° ! 'talk & I/Tauru/ Entries for the Appian Way tournament next Saturday, and the following Saturday and Mon day, in aid of the Y.M.C.A. Field Service Fund close to-day. The handicapping will be done by Messrs. Fox, Lobban, K. Anderson, and J. Hunt on Monday evening. So far the entries r.rc satisfactory in all the events but the ladies' doubles. At the Appian Way tournament on the 23rd inst.. what should prove a very interesting ex hibition match will be played between H. Rice and F. Peach on the one hand, and C. and L. Todd on the other. It will be the best of five sets. These pairs engaged in an exhibition game ot the last Killara tqurnament, and were two sets all when darkness put an end to play. Sydney Club captaincy will be decided this afternoon, the finalists being W. A. Clark and R. Neil. Clark ha3 been a victim of influenza lately, which may go against him in a keen struggle against a consistent player like his an trgonist, who all through has shown solid ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
ROSEHILL RACES S£- THIS DAY - SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1916 GUINEAS DAY. DEItBY, ETEOJI, METROPOLITAN, AND MELBOLTtNK CLT CANDIDATES COMTETOG. FIRST RACE, 2.10 P.M. SPECIAL TRAINS DIRECT TO ?RACECOITISE WILL l.KAVE CENTRAL STATION AS UNDER :— II '!t a-ni.— Hor.e! fstor-.. at AsMctd), Icarrs flora ? Deck. ?I! 03 n.ni.-Finl an.! Second flu (Ici.c. Platform No. 10J. ?IJ.« p.m.— Kirn ami 6ecend 'Clam (leavra platform No. ISO. !.:X) p.m.-Fir«t ami i-e.on'l Clarj (Icsvei riatJcru No. 10). 12.40 p.m.— F;r-t «nrt Sccnnd Cl»« (l;a\ra flat'orm No. 15,. (Committe »nr! Prc»J Carriage attlrhrd tn thla train.) ?J5..M p.m.-Klrct an.! .S-cond Clcu (l-avca l'latfomi .No. 11)1. l-'.vs p.m.-nm a.-..l fcK-ond Clas (leaTet Platform No i«i. 1.0 n.m.-l'irst'«nj .-ecood Clias (Imtm Pla:lom 'No. 19). ?1.8 p.m.— Fir.t anil Second Class (leiTcg Platform No J?). I '1 p m.— rim ' an.l Second Olaa (learn rittfonn No. 1!-). 1.27 p.m.— Firit cn.l Second Ctara (learel Platlona No isi. '?Caili a: MralhflcM. NOTE.— Combin...
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
TURF GOSSIP By THE 8COUT. Rosehill races this afternoon, And Northern District racegoers will be catered for by the Wallsend Jockey Club. A. J. McFlinn, the New Zealand cross country horseman, is to ride Kooya, Diavolo, and Okaibau in their Sydney engagements. Over £10,000 wai invested on the totalisator on more than one race at the recent C.J.C, Grand National meeting at Kaccarton. s Woorak, who won the Spring Stakes at Rosehill last year, looks like repeating the per formance again this atternoon. In connection with to-day's meeting of the Rosehill Racing Club special trains will leave the Central Railway btation at 11.20 a.m. (horses), 11.50 a.m., 12.6, 12.20, 12.40, 12.56, 1.0, 1.8, 1.21, and 1.27 p.m. Weights have been declared for the first day's racing in connection with the Spring meeting of the Tamworth Jockey Club, which opens on Tuesday next. Purdey (10.5) heads the list for the Jockey Club Handicap (seven furlongs), and Is similarly honored in connection with the Septemb...
MELBOURNE MOVIES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
MELBOURNE MOVIES Hoyts attractions for the week, both at the Olympia and the Theatre de Luxe, are Play ing with Fire, filmed for the Metro programme by Popular Plays and Players, featuring Mme. Olga Petrova. that beautiful ' and emotional artist : and A Wife's Sacrifice, one of Fox's feature films, starring Robert H. Mantel), Genevicve Hamper, and Stuart Holmes. The plaM are under the direction of Francis J. GrSdon, and J. Gordon Edwards respective ly, and arc being received with enthusiasm by large audiences. The Foundling, a four-part Famous Players' film with Mary Pickford in the title-role, is now showing at the Paramount — the story is in the same category as Rags, a former sue cess of the world's sweetheart. Screened at MABEL TALIAFERRO, THE METRO PICTURE STAR, TO BE SEEN IN SOME FORTHCOMING RELEASES. the same theatre is The Spider, a tensely woven drama, featuring Pauline Frederick, the ' start of Sold and Zaza. i The plight of a woman who must either con- I fess to her husba...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. A.J. (Sydney? : (O Yes. (2) Yes. LES. D.: Hem was a non-starter for the race you referred to. WAGER (Gordon) : (1) U mile 100yds. (2) Apply to secretary of Menangle Park. (3) They are no relation. R O. (Lidcombe) : Clabby and Smith met six times. Smith won the first on points, the second and third were drawn, Clabby won the fourth by a knockout. Smith the fifth on points, and Clabby was declared winner on points in their last contest.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
KEMBLA GRANGE RACES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1916. IXYISQ HANDICAP, « furlomrs, TO Sow.. MAIDEN HANDICAP. 8 furlonM, 60 Sore. KEICBLA GRANGE CUP, 1 mile, 200 Sovj. BRU911 STEEPLECHASE, about 2 miles, 00 Son. GRANGE STAKES, 7 furlong! CO 8oT». JAKE WELTER, « furlongs, 70 Bora. For further particulars, tea Programme. ENTBIES CLOSE at 4 p.m. on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 9 Caitleraj*-it, A. H. HABT, Sydney. Tel., Oty 70OI. ? Secret try. BOOLAROO RACE MEETING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916. ? PRIZE MONEY, 300 SOVS. FBOOTUMia: :— ' THE WELTER MILE of 80 Botfc Lowest weieht, 7«t THE FLYWO HANDICAP, of » Son. 0 furlongs. THE TBIAL HANDICAP, Ot 60 Sots. For all hones ' th»t have not won * price of 36 ton. at time of itartlnf. « furionn. Lowest weight, 8st. THE SEPTEMBER HANDICAP, of 86 Son. 1} mile. THE CARDIFF WELTJfJt, of 60 Sort. Lowest weight, 7»t 71b. 0 fiirlopffc. 10/- ENTBANOE FOR EA«H RACE. , The Clob pays Tralnage on FULL HORSK BOXES. EfflBlES CLOSE on MONDAY, SEPT. IS, with Mr. H B. Dando,...
MELBOURNE TURF NEWS MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
MELBOURNE TURF NEWS From our Melbourne Representative. MELBOURNE, Friday. J. Scobie leaves to-morrow for Randwick with Cyklon (who has never been in better condition), Stageland, Lady Tressady, and the two-year-olds Opera Bouffe and Sunder. Bill Brandon, who jumped fences yesterday at Moonee Valley, broke down this morning after covering a furlong. There will be 11 first, 18 second, and 14 third grade teams competing under the auspices of the N.S.W. Cricket Association this season. The A.M.C. and the A.S.C. will be represented in the third grade and the High Schools in the' second grade. ?
TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916
TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. For this afternoon a shooting, targct3 have been allotted at the Randwick Range to the following clubs :— AthUtiu S-ior;« 7'ulaco Emporium nulnialn '? Vrr* '.???': (.-uncord ? !'i:t.li.- Worki ? .:?'? L'l.vi!-- ? l-iil.ili-KTiire Awn. '? l)n-.i..ir.ovnr i:ai,.livli-i; Kaitcni Suburbs -Haii'l-.' ii -V. Institute i:d«ccliir .lini-Uili- !luntrr'- Hill U.S. liolf Club l.rcion o( Fri!:ilic;-.:«-n striilificU ?M.iroiSira v.'11'/ Meiropolltan .-?' '.*'.irr!ioi:rrmrn Nevlcmn -V 'Wavr-rloi No.-.i S.- -!ikt ?j' Wtttcrii Suburb!
MOTOR CYCLING ACCELERATION TEST POSTPONED: 5Q MILES OFF [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916
MOTOR CYCLING ACCELERATION TEST POST PONED: SO MILES OFF By BEDE CARROLL. The Cumberland Club's acceleration test, ar ranged for this iiltcrnoon. has b:cn postponed until Saturday, October 7. The event is to open the club's Summer Jt,json, and the ridcrrs arc very much dirappointcJ at the fortnight's pcj'poncmcnt. The committee did a wise tiiins to put the test off, as there will be very heavy motor traffic on the course, with Hawkesbury racci on. A big field ii promised fpr October 7, as there arc a number of members who will be making their debut as competition riders. Tamworth Club continues to make the pace a c-sckcr. Its biggest effort to date will Materialise on Wednesday afternoon next, when a carnival will be held on the local pony ciuric, there is a fine six furlongs' circuit. The programme is a good one, comprising the club championship, over a distance of six miles, an open three miles handicap, and other events. The club expects a big muster on the occa Motor cyclists wh...
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916
ROWING Cy ARGUS. Although a trifle late in the day. 'many happy return' to Wm. Bench, born Septem ber t, 1850. To-day will sec the first of the functions in aid of the Billy McDcvitt Testimonial Fund. It takes the form of a regatta under the auspices of the Hunter River Sculling Club, and to assist in the same a party of members of the Parramatta River Sculling Club arc journeying to Newcastle to compete in the chief items on the programme, viz., races in heavy boats — single and double sculls. ine second function takes place on Octo ber 10. when there will be a moonlight excur sion to the Avenue, Lane Cove River, and the third on October 21, when the Parraraatta River Club will bring off a regatta, with a pro gramme including ladies' single and double scuils (inter-club), mixed doubles, and men's single sculls. As my readers know, Billy McDevitt has re turned from the war -a badiy bittcred man, and it is to be hoped that what the sculling fra ternity are doing for the Tasmanian- sc...
MINIATURE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916
MINIATURE NOTES. I Ranges to accommodate smali-bore marks- | nicn are becoming numerous in the metropolis. ' S?rgood Bros, have a fine one on the rocf of ! their building, and the Education Department I have a similar airy position. The Government Printing Office members practice assiduously on a vacant block handy to their workrooms, wlilc ? hi Metropolitan Club's range occupies part of the top floor of Rawson Chambers. Colonial I Sugar Company's basement, where an exeep- ' tionally well appointed 25yds range is situated, is now utcu oy one ot tne .Battalions Lorn- | fcrts' Funds, and spinning-svhecls and knittinj I needles have usurped the place of the 22's. j It is strange that none of the small bore clubs has arranged matches on Randwick Range j for Saturday afternoons when matters are slack I in the direction of long-range shooting. An open match under the control of the Miniature Union, at 100 or 200 yards, would prove a big draw, and fifty men could conveniently shoot on a co...
BRITISH CENSORS' REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916
BRITISH CENSORS' REPORT The British Board of Film Censors have just submitted and published their annual report. It is a most interesting document. It appears from the report, that the board had in the course of the year examined 4767 subjects, and of this number only twenty-two were rejected in their entirety. Eliminations have been ordered in 214 sub jects which number, according to the report, is largely in excess of any previous year. This number does not, however, include many cases. of exception which could promptly be rectified by the deletion of a jew pictures from trie film. Among the reasons given for ordering more substantial eliminations are : Indecorous am biguous and irreverent titles and sub-iitles : cruelty to animals, the irreverent treatment of sacred subjects; unnecessary exhibition of femi nine underclothing; the exhibition of profuse bleeding; scenes laid in disorderly houses ; materialisation of the conventional figure of Christ. The board registers a strong ob...
THE RIFLE SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE COMPARISONS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916
THE RIFLE SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE COMPARISONS Dy SPOTTING DICC. Secretary Percy Partridge reports that en tries are just commencing to anive from clubs desirous ot taUinft part in the current sea ion's grade matches. It is e::pccted that »_ Dig entry will be received, as the competi tion is the only cne now conducted in Sydney, which allows of all teams meeting together in friendly contest. New clubs especially should embrace the opportunity of rubbing shoulders with the old hands, and thereby picking up «ome of the finer points. Tco.ii ahootins is the cream of the sport. The Metropolitan Union's decision to abolish prues for individual aggregates will be wel comed by a majority of skippers. Lucky in deed is the team which has not experienced the selfish member whose one aim h to win the trophy. He is the despair of the team's coach, and, hy secretly disobeying the lalter'c instructions, is the means of causing that much maligned person to lose faith in his own judg ment of the prevail...