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AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL ? ? By WARATAH. .,' TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. At Ajricultnrii Gromid— Cbillengt Final Guae. EgdtisgtOQ t Hiimtin s p.m. tixtrp. A. Donsmore, Held T umpire; B. White and M. Burke, btrandur umpire*; , H. Cuaey and X. Newton, coal umpires. '.' The certain will ring down to-day on the '* season unless— as is extremely improbable — a 1 draw ii recorded in the meeting of Balmain and Paddington, at the Agricultural Ground, in the challenge final for the premiership. I The season, despite many drawbacks, has : been one of the most successful in the history ' of the League Financial success from purely local sources of revenue has been rare, and in that respect the League has surpassed all pre vious records. The circumstance is gratifying to those, enthusiasts who responded to the call in 1315, when dark clouds hovered on the horizon of the League, and, incidentally, Aus ; cralian football in Sydney. I The manner in which Paddington won from Baamain in *h» final game should imbu...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUNDED QUEER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

SOUNDED QUEER. 'I like to clean up my work in a hurry.' 'I find it advisable to string it out a little, so that I will always have something on my desk in case a bore comes in,' said his friend, tcking up some papers. Then the other man looked at him quccrly and went out.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP. WINNER OF LAST WEEK'S SOVEREIGN ORDINARY SEAMAN J. W. TRIHY, H. MAS. TINGIRA. ROSE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP. WINNER OF LAST WEEK'S SOVEREIGN -ORDINARY SEAMAN J. W. TRIHV, H.MAS, TINGIRA, ROSE BAY. THE FIRST PERSON WHO PRESENTS HIMSELF AT THE ARROW OFFICE/ 136-138 CASTLEREAGH-STK'fiET, AND IS IDENTIFIED AS~ONE OF THE GROUP WILL BE PAID ONE SOVEREIGN. .THE EDITOR'S DECISION IS FINAL; IDENTIFICATION ENTRUSTED TO AMEMBER OF THE ARROW STAFF. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE BANTAM PREMIERSHIP STILL UNDECIDED Domlen and Foran are Seen in Uninteresting Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

STATE BANTAM PREMIERSHIP STILL UNDECIDED Dcmlen and Foran are Seen in Uninteresting Contest , The cnnte.it lietwfcn Virtce Blackburn and Harry Molrr.es, for the bantam championship of New South Wales, on Monday niCh». wa 1 fut. clever, even, .inn rnobl cscitin*. ' Theic Kritty little fellows never idlH r. --.omen'., bu ' battled from .-.tart to fir.:.ih, amid the hurrahs of i a fsirly large crowd who v.crc not as rjnc in '? regard to Mr. Fred Balier's decision — a draw, i In the opening session. Blackburn with his eooil straight left, held a slight shade on poir.-s Will, nr-liti to the body h; r.id iorr.c cr.^'.r.ion- ! oner s.-.:i.Je:»lv r.eitir.R r.T.!:cr low, '.vhcrsi.poii l:i« i:i!l?nt i::t!c epj-onen; utter or.iiMinR' a ?? painlL'l ??()'?.'? ie.Hn.-Ked. 'Hard luck, vince. I. bii-..w .0:1 Hid ml r.v-jn ii.' Holme; ir. this : round, u.'ini; im '.he defensive, performed many ' clever ihinsi. in blocking and duckinS. Blackburn contin-.ted in the lead up 13 the end | of the ?-vcrt:i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WORD FOR TOMMY'RYAN AND HIS ASPIRATIONS Hard-hitting Sydney Featherweight Seeks Championship Honors [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

A WORD FOR TOMMY' RYAN AND HIS ASPIRATIONS Hard-hitting Sydney Featherweight Seeks Championship Honors Tr-ouch Mr. R. L. Baker is doing' well in ihe direction of improving the game by encouraging youthful ajpirjr.t!; to fistic fame to develop by nrovlJinr, tr,--oi'ts and Monday ni^ht dec-ion events, '.here are lads who, having served their aprrrn'.iceship and proved themselves, are ncs lectcd. The ino.'.t striking case is that of Tommy Ryan. who. notwithstanding his long lir.l of knockout v. ins. is not considered class crou^l: '.'? -::c.*: :ioir,c 01 inc nrst nignt nine tr.iii'.r.,-. 'V'l M-iroits/. suggested that Sparco, Gr-ikir. 0- I.'ili :;!.cmM be Ryan's next opponent. ;*r. |E.-i. Munro v;a; not having any, ar. I ? ?!--- I 'he U-; ?- riftccn-rounder on a Mond^. .?i-r.: 'li.is -? \i-:hy trori.;;; Ryar. with i!i, rcmi.-Iira-.ion his pcrt.orrnar.ccs demand. Wh.nt he has done prior 10 r.ieetinR the best, is hcr ler than Spci«o':i was. yet th'_- Victorian, .liter shoivini; f.''lP'l ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

Printed nnd published liy IIukIi Dooild Mclntoeh, of Etrathkyle, Ullgh-atrect, Sjduey, lor Hie Sunday Times Newspaper Co., Ltd., at the oHoe ot the Ucnipanya * U6-138 Castlcrragh-jtrcct, Sydnv}-. September 23, U18.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Soeclals. RANDWICK. Thursday. A heavy fog prevented a deal of the early work being timed this morning. The middle of the course proper v.'as opci. »ud largely availed of, Polycrates galloped seven furlongs in the fon, and Costello was ?cnt a mile and a furlong, when the posts coum no! te seen Linglr ran a useful mile, and W.V.lace Itingbss put in a strong round. Bucklaw went a mi!: and a half at a sound pace. Fantarie and Ballam ran nine furlongs in the fog. Carina also went when the posts could not be se;n. but not at her top. Bachelor's herase and Lynd'nurst Lady ran seven furlongs usefully. Woodwlld and Come dia ran a mile and a furlong. Galen went steadily, and Charleville ran a mile with Fair way. Cyklon ran a circle in 2.32J with R. Lewis up. He finished well. Agathon went nine fur longs usefully, and Rcvjl spurted. Kushford led Gadabout over a mile. St. Kosaline spurted. while Plenty and Galiee Queen ran a mile...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Picks up Matches in Berlin Streets [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

Picks up Matches in Berlin Streets One of the boys present wtitn Princess Louise, .Duchess of Argyll, distributed the prizes at the Navy League training ship Stork, at Hammersmih in July, was J. Ansell, of the General Steam Navigation Company. Ansell. who is not yet 17 years old, was a prisoner. of war in Ruhleben. He was leaving Hamburg shortly^fter the^outbreak of war, and was taken prisoner. Luckily he had his birth certificate with him, and through the services of the Am erican Embassy, was released. On one occasion while a prisoner he was sent with other boys, each under a guard, to pick up matches in the streets of Berlin, as a punish ment for skvlarkimr.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

_ 1 GO//IP ^W) |grwrcorbefl-@b®jy Bowling clubs are alwayr ?.vell-.idvlscd in the ' selection of their prc:;ide:if tlirmqii lorr.c m.iy 1 he more fortun.-tc th-;n o;hcn in ihc pcrnor. ! nlitv of the man cr-or-n. Dunnr. a quarter of » lemtrry cl connection with th; p.amc o[ j j Powls I ,-m able lo rc.-ill no more than two j I instances of miatakcr. hsing made In th:n re- ' rpect. It has been the same with regard to I the Asroclation. excepting that no mistakes at 1 ! »H were made there. Every individual of the j I sovernii-.g body's president! has filled require- ' ' n:cr.ts excellently. Randwick, following custom, has placed one of ito moct popular members in the position of president. Mr. John McClurc is a worthy I s'.iccesror. indeed, of those great ones who held j office in the past some of whom — Mcesrs. Franri:.. Mceks John Forsyth. David Storey. M.I..A . Ihr Hon. John See. Gco. Raffan, John Wallace. .1. C. Gocdwin, F. G. Crouch, Mick Kinnane. Andrew Scott. Gco. RafTan, and so ...

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Hun Bayonet. His Souvenir [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

Hun Bayonet. His Souvenir Private J ? M ? , ot the — th ? s, whose wound came to him in the village of Contal maison, carried one of very few bayanct wounds the Hun managed to inflict on our men. The average German soldier throws his hand in when it comes to such close quartern as that; though during the early stages of the big push some of them had some success in bayoneting British wounded. xca, i vc got xnc pay^nic wnat aiu my cusi ness, sir,' said the private. 'You sec. my sec tion commander did for' the Bosche who struck me; ran him clean through from the r.ide. he did, as ye might say, sir. Here's the Boschc's biy'nit, sir; done up in me old shirt. I want to keep that for my missis. Yes, I rupoose thafs my blood on it. all right. It hasn't been in no other blood since mine, any way. 'I'd dropped me rifle, nee, sir ; got two o' me finger ends smashed, yt. sec. And I wm just goin' for the Bosr.he -vhjiM been working one o' their machine eund Ar the side of a little farmhouse, it...

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CRICKET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

CRICKET NOTES The 17th annual report of the Balmain and District Association showed that In the last season there had been a great falling off in the number of clubs and players, the totals being nine clubs and 195 players, as against 20 clubs and 412 players the previous season. The number of the Association's players on active service now total 120. Lelchhardt Presbyterian won the premiership, defeating Habcrfidd Baptist in the final by 131 runs. The highest total for the year (319) was compiled by Leichhardt Central, and the highest individual score i« inot out) Dy a. Brady (now on active service). There were seven centuries, and the highest batting aggregates were those of O. Wilkin son (Haberficld Baptist) 672, A. Brady (Lcich hardt Central 667-, and J. Hubert (Haberfield Baptist) 663. The principal batting averages were O. Wilkinson (Haberfield Baptist) 48.7. J, Hubert (Haberficld Baptist) 39.4, and B. I McKew (Leichhardt Presbyterian) 34.1. ' The chief bowling records were: J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

/?^URL CXMj SUIU' AKU l^S. CLUB. *-' The Annual M/rtinf of the abotc C'ub will be held at JOHNSON'S .ST/1UE. SOL'TO CLItL CURL, TO-XICJHT, Sept. 23, at 7.3(1 p.m. All interested are in vil^il to atlfnd. II. COLLIS, Hen. Sec. STAND fflL l!i£%n^ Wf^L STAND 4«CjSL« 2SLa9 JBL ' J *» iKy ja (MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY). '1' 0. ? 4, VICTORIAN CLUB. MELBOURNE. ^ ? (-# RANDWICK PADDOCK ALL MEETINGS NOW OPEN— A.J.C. AND V.R.C. DERBIES. EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN. CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE CUPS. DOUBLE, STRAIGHT-OUT, PLACE. V.. ASK FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS. stand STARTING PRICE, WIN OR PLACE *™D 4 ALL GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES IN JUm I AUSTRALASIA. j ? ' v. ? 4- SUFFICIENT ADDRESS— A. BYERS, SYDNEY. -; ? '. ? ^ RICHMOND PONY RACES NEXT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 1.30 P M. FIRST KACE 1.30 P.M. Trains lcav; Sydney as follow:, : — 9.52 a.m. (.H ctses). 10.20 and 11.25 a.m. (Psaaongers). GEO. N. KILDUFF, Secretary. RICHMOND PONY RACES ASSOCIATED RACING CLUBS NOTICE TO BOOKMAKERS APPLICATIONS fOtl R...

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AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB ENCOURAGE HANDICAP—1 mile. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB KXCOURACK IIANDIL'AP-1 mi.'e. Korr« C(u«n «r Awman Uyd. l.vatliir JaAct Icr I llailu.hi l.'.yOa lli.-: «-T (omrdy Ch:c.' l.'.vJa .Mat Watcri tn Hhip»ood a.dl (ioy LadiLe tcr l.nlle I'lllie ^jdj J.A.B. icr Itul. v Uiillia ;0.d- Chirl Trv l.r lirint llri.iin L'Oyda Leather 'Bov ict Hj»il COy-ls Rloc Rlbbo.ts -cr Mr^dnni iHdi Will Manton acr U'ly Ja.'kaioa Wjit Lady Mac liyds hhd nennie V»,lf; (Oydi nicVlnsiiar lal I5yi« Ma-ncnt^ llljdi Kllen May lojda Hi Kane.i- 4Cyds Silver Pie 15vda lonl Kimo 40-da xoni'. ! Miori'i ::i) iianh- -ap i! mii». t ljn-l I a I; « I iv:ll.- 1 I;I.U- :.\.i liimi-ll f.r /ram-jT.i i'uji.V War B Pa t-T I.1I1,. Aim l\nli llrrb-llv «;r Momliur M.-th Ai.ln.ro ^oL- l:r Vabun.irt 10 y.'a Sl'» (.llil-- l.iitl. bid V'a.ulti; vhiii.t I'.'.fJi Sriln la.- I.I l.'i.idi I i .tic rvc;..r I IV a liarknci :».nls . I I.MNU SIILU HANKICAP— I in!!?. Ctii:ir«n iff I'rlniT Klmo f.vC» 1 :lr.-l.) ' li .cr l!o-:.i'ir.- i.\««i. M. -li.cn ,..? II. a-] Uili l.-y...

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ASPENDALE PARK RACES FIRST DIVISION HAN[?] 6 [?] (To start at [?] p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

ASPENDALE PARK RACES FIRST DlV|5!0XlH\.v.)li.Ar « larlenitt. (To inn «t i20 p.m.) »'. * . «t Ib An^ln'ia ? Plu Ksrl'j Crurl ? T .1 linhlrn Uirr .. .. !' '? Kine Jli'rillo ? 7 :! i'niciiwlkal ..'.'. .'.' 7 13 k*n-ii:j .'.' .'.' '.'. .. 1 ij I..,;.,,;..!, , ? ; )_. AlsUWr ? 6 II Bonchal llic'rn* .. 7 12 l.onl Tom ? fill l.iuaw.; .. i ? 7 12 calirrr ? n 10 \crnnal ? 7 11 llrlrttnalcr ? r, 10 lli-riM ? 7 in SirJt:ho ? « * IW. lloyal'. .'..'.. 77 Jlnifrin-le .!'.'.' .'.' -? - (JrTnfK* ? '7 rt tA-Jy XanifM .. .. H .« Jlirri Von ? 7 I l*rrf Melbourne.. .. U a Cl:-::niilor ? 7 « niil'SII STKKPIJXIIASB-S mil™. (To Hart at S p.m.) Hfimr Rule ? li l« Hulhrooi. ? 0 0 LriHwti.li rry ? li S f^n»- ? » « Uttmi^rra ? 1' IS Iraviclkle ? » n Krv.-I Ultcn .... ID ?-! Luinlrrr ? !l » )-? I'rtor ? 1' 0 Kfnliantrd »ta.r» .. 0 U KvU ? » 0 ««:u«urri ? V 0 &ECOSD D1VIS1OS HANDICAP— -1 (utlonn. (To itart at S.3U p.m.) Uormldcr ? 0 0 L» Marou ? 7 S Ituervoir ? i 10 Aiturina ? 7 7 K;i« Libia ? t- I) llo...

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MELBOURNE SCRATCHINGS [By Wire.] MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

MELBOURNE SCRATCHINGS IBj- Wlrc.1 MKI.BOrRNE CUP. Silter Uke, Sepiember 16, 10.30 a.m. Thurnham, ^i.jttetnbcr 19, 12.23 p.m. O'lru. .SeptemVr IS, :U0 p.m. The Untie, tcptember ?-?!, 10.40 a.m. CALI.K11XD CUT. WlKeOeld. September IS. 11.27 ».m. Thumhara, September IS, 12.23 p.m. The Linlic, September 21, 10.00 a-m. TOOHAK UAXDIl'AP. The Untir, WcliTia. ASTENDAIX TAJIK ITEETINa. Finrt nlvlaion Hanrflcip.— Bob«dor. Kecon-I Dirljion Handlc«p.-Vincent Maid. ?JhirJ Division Handlcap.-Corroboree King.

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BOOLAROO TIPS (BY WIRE.) NEWCASTLE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

BOOLAROO TIPS (BY WIRE.) NEWCA8TLE. Friday. The Newcastle, correspondent of The Arrow ulezraphj : — For the Boolaroo races tomor row 1 like the following :— ? WELTER MILE : ROUARD ? I Uoodfield ? 2 Mundoola ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP : D.H.P ? 1 Lord Repton ? 2 New Brew ? 3 TRIAL HANDICAP 1 ANN BOLEYN ? 1 Lyn Lassie ? 2 Masona ? 3 SEPTEMBER HANDICAP : ALICE KENILWORTH ? 1 Top Notch ? 2 Leay Zell ? 3 CARDIFF WELTER : GRSY SLEEVES ? 1 Dorwin ? 2 Royal Medal ? I . . 3

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ASPENDALE PARK TIPS By PILOT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

ASPENDALE PARK TIPS By PILOT. FIRST DIVISION HANDICAP: ENIGMATICAL ? 1 Noble Bonn!: ? 2 Linass ? 3 ASPENDALE PARK HANDICAP: COUNT ANDRIA ? 1 Maltrsvers ? 2 Lady Challacombe ? i SECOND DIVISION HANDICAP: PLAYHOUR ? 1 Lady Mola ? 2 Prince Verdun ? 3 BRUSH STEEPLECHASE: HOME RULE ? 1 Moonbarra ? 2 Royal Letters ? 3 THIRD DIVISION HANDICAP: MISS ENA ? 1 Allefhany ? 2 Misi Marcia ? 3 JUMPERS' FLAT RACE: NITCHEVO ? 1 Ramolh ? 2 Matvxctoua ? 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

? I I -sSQit^\ I oun ST0CK or nE-3LISITES l3 l ?NKQL AU-K'- Cl' 'n(J iw4- I 1 '~flH&fo*rex( Dunlop EUndard .. .. l/- 1-' WatMn'l No. 10 .. .. 3/ 3C j I .- LH BT \VT \ lloba llrambte .. M '« « S-l'r Kin« (Y-l. Dot- II IV 91.' Hi *8 I Wi \ Zodiac ? 2,9 M, bilver Kinr (Blk. Dot; 3' Sol |B';, HI W \g I Zodiac. Small 8.J. .. 19 JO/ White Dimple ? SJ SS' Jj... IH /&-1M 1 Chllienjfr Bnmb'r .'? ! ' 3-''« niick'* Whlw Dilnpie 3 ? 33' J( - ? i /fiya m Chtllenier fur .. .. 3.' M Challrnrer Kinr .. .. S.I Ml B ImMSS^ wj|| r'sroSfiN(riiKPAnnv6SK'',~ ~i sr.\\ KniTKix ?ronTs' ilsTl BJ; 1 ' AU5TRALIAS GREATEST SPORTS OUTRTTtPSH 1 1 & ? crnr5P0r7T3 Depot ngKiNGyANOATNEwcASTLEANoBRisgANEfll S.P. ON ALL EVENTS ? REGISTERED A.J.C. AND V.R.C. STAND MEMBER CITY TATT.'S, SYDNEY, STAND VICTORIAN CLUB. MELBOURNE. t ? r . ? t ? * 1 OO i DOUBLES: i 1 OO AAiA- j EPSOM AND METROP. | * «« I ? » CAULHELD& MELBOURNE CUPS I ? - RANDWICK S.P. ON ALL EVENTS RANDWICK Commissions Execute...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

ANTHONY H©1PEENS' for THE FENCHUECM LEVEIS §Thc FENCHURCH NON-MAGNETIC LEVER is a HIGH GRADE. Open-face KEYLESS WATCH for men, and one that will stand HARD WEAR and ROUGH USAGE. The F2KCHURCH is an ACCURATE TIMEKEEPER, has Compensation Balance, is fully Jewelled, and well finished. The FENCHURCH is a SHORT-WIND, KEYLESS WATCH, in DUST and WATER PROOF Case, fitted cither with Screw Bezel and Back, or Hinge and Snap Case?. Nickel Silver Case. 15.'; Gun Metal, 10 P. By R.-gistcrcd The SOLDIER'S FES'CHUKCH SILVER WRISTLET WATCH, with Luminous Dial. A Perfect Timekeep-r. £2/10/. ^wVTwci-'Vrom°JiDElt;!- BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

825 SOVS. PRIZE MONEY 825 SOVS. 'Kf r* j^j o ]| Tfel -T'^ S'I'' f\ ]\T SPRING RACING MEETING NFXT WFDNESDAY 257-ENTRIES-257 200 SOVS.— THE SPRING HANDICAP OF 200 SOVS. 96- ENTRIES-96 1st RACE, 12 O'CLOCK - 12 (NOON) 1st RACE TRAMS KROM ALL PARTS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES. J. UNDERHILL, Secretary, KENSINGTON SPRING RACES_ ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE BENEFIT TO SOUTH SYDNEY HOSPITAL 106 ENTRIES 106. FIRST RACE, 2.15 P.M. ? ' V SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES. H. COBCROFT, Secretary. MENANGLE JPARK RACES THURSDAY— Sept. 28--THURSDAY IPEC1AL TRAINS LEAVE STDMET AT 10.30 A.M. fHOnSESI, 11.(1) A.M.. A-'n 1110 P.M.. ARSmSG AT 1HE COURSE AT 12.15 P.M., 1 P.M., ASD 1.27 P.M. HltST RACE AT 1.50 P.M. LAST RACE AT 3.60 P.M. IBAUIS BETOHN FBOM THE CODBSE AT - P.M., (.10 P.M., AXD THE HOBSES AT «.» P.M. 15 tapecM Arcade, Bjiwy. EDWB WOODBURT, City. JgtO. ? Sccrolary. Wff'l^% StS I^T' CITY TATTERSALL'S. SYDNEY. HAWKESBURY, TO-DAY LEGER, ALL HORSE COURSES. PADD OCK, PONIES. AND ALL PRINCI...

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