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METROP. POSSIBILITIES TO-DAY'S FORM WILL BE GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

METROP. POSSIBILITIES TO-DAY'S FORM WILL BE GUIDE. With two such events ar. the Epsom and the w.f.a. Spring Stakes to be decided to-day it is practically certain that there will be a bet ter line for the Metropolitan to-nkht than there is at present. Most of the prominent candidates for Mon day's chief race are likely to compete in one or other of to-day's big events for all horses and further than instancing the maintain,,,.. nf condition by those with whom the public is chiefly concerned, notning of note is likely to make itself apparent until to-day's radii' is concluded. to The Epsom has several times proved ,n stumbling block for a horse good enough to win the Metropolitan, and the fact that this has happened five times in the last fifteen years is worthy of note. In 1900 Reviver ,in:l Dandy were joint favorites for the mile, which neither could win; but the former, with 8.2 beat Tarquin. 9.5. in the longer race in 2.36. Marvel. Loch was the next to perform the trick, for after...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.J.C. DERBY AND EPSOM AT RANDWICK TO-DAY Derby Day Card Reviewed :: : Prospects of Candidates £9400 DISTRIBUTED BY A.J.C. TO-DAY THE RACES AND THE HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

AJ.C. DERBY AND EPSOM AT RAND^ICR TODAY Derby Day Card Reviewed :: By Tulkeroo : : Prospects of Candidates £9400 DISTRIBUTED BY A.J.C. TO-DAY THE RACES AND THE HORSES. To-day we are on the threshold of another important Spring campaign, for we shall have decided at Randwick the Derby and Epsom, while on Monday the richly-endowed Metro politan will be competed for. That racing continues here with such success, notwithstanding the inferno in Europe and the ramifications of its effects, is undoubtedly a tribute to the solidarity of our fair land, and even when, under the compulsory steps soon to be brought into operation, a number of race course habitues are temporarily absent, there will not be any appreciable difference in the attendances. For racing appeals to practically every sec tion of the community, and each section em braces devotees, from the green bay leaf of youth to the sere and -yellow of age. Thus, particularly at headquarters in a city comprised of nearly a million of s...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALMAIN AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. September 30 and October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

BAUIAI.N AKD DISmilCT ASSOCIATION*. SrptcmbiT 30 n'd October V. ? UlcMiardt Central v Orance Grow, Uinil No. 1, J. Walsh and II. BainCJ; Sunlight v lbln-rHrM, Aihflcld Park, M. Meadc ami K. 1-»}-Ie; SI. Bivle'a lure tdc bye. I'luy commences at 1M5 p.m. ' ;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN SUBURBS CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

WESTERN SUDURBS OBICKET ASSOCIATION. First Grade— Second Bound, Kept. SO and Oct. 7. United Service v Knidncville, \V. Huxley and 0. Stonehtll; Belir.nre v Camperown, A. Doir.ctt and K. Hum-more; UoUny v Durwocd United A, C. Luland and C. G. Bandell. Second Gride— Burwood United I! r Hicks Son, J. Ctllivcr ind K. Cbrnisb; Hurlrtone I's.-k v Camneic, J. Tarbottom; St. jRthcw'« a bye.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL RUGBY LEAGUE GOSSIP: WAR ATTITUDE IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

FOOTBALL ' ? * ? RUGBY LEAGUE GOSSIP: WAR ATTITUDE IN ENGLAND By THE CYNIC, The English Northern Union has determined that, while it is desirable fn the interests of the country, to continue playing football next season, it should he governed by the following conditions: 'It was decided that it would be in the best nterests of the country and the game that foot ball should be played next season, and it was unanimously decided that it should be governed i by ins touowing amended conditions 'That excepting for schoolboys and inter mediate players under 20 years of a;e, .--ll com petitive football under Northern Union ru'.es be suspended for the duration of the war 'That no club, union, body, or official con nected with the Northern Union shal! be al lowed to make any payment to playetn for play ing football, or any piyment for broken time, during the duration of the war.' The above is worthy of conilderatian by the New South Wales Rugby League, when it is ar ransing next season's matc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. Moore Park Aaodation raatchM ami umpire lor Sep tember 30 and October 7. A Orade : Dalley r. Sydney Junior A, II Staples and D. Jones, wickets No. 3; St. J)arld'« v Ultimo. T. Itobt-rti and II. brown. No. 5. B t Cradt, Tint Division : Rcdlua Ioni v S. T. Lclsh A, W. Chapman and C. Hew», No. 17; SUek Simmon* r Buriy Juniors, 0. Ware and XT. Caltlw»r, No. It; Wan derers v St. Paul'i, O. J. Cooper and B. Party, No. 1; Zitland Juniors v G.P.O., A. Anderson ond E. J. Boaz. No 12; Anmndale Altona v Riverstone, K.- Mullliu and O. K. Martin, -o. 15. I) Oradc, Second Ulrision : State Timber Yards v Hurrer. tV. Cooper and G. Vhittakcr, No. 4; Olympia v ilcd/crn Kent, J. PiKhtling: and G. Lter, .N'o. 21; Double Day Juniors v The Adult Deaf Bcdetjr. P. J. I'oran wd 'o. H. Morgan. No. 10; S. T. I.elgh B v Royal llurtka, Q. U Brown and T. Cooper. No. 2; DarllnBhurst v South Kentlujton, W. Wilion and II. Howland, .Vo. 13; lUdlem Waratah v Waterloo DU trice, V. William* and J. Ab...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

SOCCER FOOTBALL Itic second semi-final of the Sunlight Cup is the fixture listed for to-day. Balmain and BILLY BUTTONS, ON THE OCEAN BEACH AT NORTH STEYNE, MANLY. Annandale are the principals, and the deciding area will be the Sports Ground. The winner will meet Fernlelgh in the final. Balmain are generally expected to win. Their victory over the Second League winners (Kiaora) in the re-play lsst Saturday was un doubtedly a feat in itself, for up till then Kia ora had only lout once (Pyrmont 2-0) and played a draw with Sunlight (1-1). Annandale, out to emulate the example set by their senior brethren, arc relying on the fact that in the League ' they dished the Bal mainiacs 2-1. But' since then the latter have taken a new lease of life. The final game of the season is fixed for next Saturday. 'Tis said that when that day is reached a deep sigh may be heard coming from within the administrative offices of the Asso ciation in Hunter-street. In the Gup tie agaiast Balmain last Satur da...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL Paddington. Premiers of the jciion, will give a launch picnic to-morrow in celebration of their success. The party will leave Messen ger's boatsheds. Double Bay, at 10.30 a.m. Be fore leaving, the team are to be photographed. The outing is by invitation only.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET BOYS IN WAR AND BOYS IN THE FLANNELS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

CRICKET ? & ? BOYS IN WAR AND BOYS IN THE FLANNELS By NOT OUT. ' In the Referee thii week a letter from Lieu tenant Charles Kclleway ii reproduced, from ?which it ii gathered that be is practically all right araln, {or he was able to visit Lord's, where he describes the scene as being vastly Hifferent from that of 1312, when he figured in (he Triangular contest. Owing to the wound which laid him cut, he states that he had lor the time two left lees. I was sorry to note among the last list of mounded the name of the Paddington colt, W. L. Trenerry, whose brother was killed in the name dash at the Ger.r.ans which stopped him. Trenerry, a fine young fellow, performed splen didly for Paddinpton. and figured successfully In the interstate colts' matches against Vic toria. S. J. Pegler, the greatest of the South Afri can bowlers in the Triangular contest, and ?who played with the team which toured this country a few years ago, has been wounded «t the French front. He is a lieutena...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

BBIBBSBHIHflEDSiBmHBI^^^HHHflfl When You Travel Always take some Mar tell's. It's a trusty friend in need— the brandy of un equalled quality. Ma reel Is Brandy Fine Old Cognac. Dates from 1715.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN SUBURBS BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

i WESTERN SUBURBS BOYS. Cainpsie have the Indian sign on Burwood United .B' as- season after season they defeat them. Strangely, the United bat first, and the Cample boys chase the total — small or large. Set 190 to eet, they made 230. Sumner slowly wore down the attack, making '54 by excellent cricket.- Andrews got 37. Morris, who got six for 32 for United Ser - ' vice,- had Camperdown scratching in the sec ond Innings. Morris had four wickets cheaply ? when the skipper changed him, but the Unlteds ' then, seemed- to lose their grip on the game. Campenlown totalled 105, thanks to L. Hick - . son arid A. McBeth, the ex-Interstate cric keter, the pair stonewalling for an hour and adding 40. Arthur Horton, Camperdown crack batsman, will remmiber Morris as a trundler— a straight : one first ball is the second innings— registered lor the match a double blob first ball. J. .Robinson, Burwood United A star bowler, proved too good for Belmore, bowling un changed and securing seven for 32. ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE MOORE PARK PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

AMONG THE MOORE PARK PLAYERS. The first round concluded last week, a notice able feature being the high scoring compared ?with previous seasons. This, no doubt, is duo to the excellence of the new concrete wic ket*. ? St David's four-point win over Sydney Junior A was a great effort, thanks to the fine h.t±ine of A. Brown for 61 not out and A. Morris 46. It gave them an advantage of 53 runs on the first innings after St. David's had lost six for 65 on the first day in reply to the 'Juniors' 118. Chambers, in rare form for St. David's, took four for 4 and four for 16. It is a. .fine performance on concrete. E. Ferrier, for Dalley against Ultimo, was in » haxd-hitting humor in making 45; he hit nine 4's and one 6. It was a merry innings. Ultimo who scored 130 less than Dalley, put their backs to the wall, and played good cric ket, the second innings yielding 269. J. Lynch played the game of the day, his form reviving memories of other days, when he was hard to beat. He has made the fi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

ADVERTISE IN THE ARROW. Little dropi of printers' ink, When spread upon cold type. Will quickly cure all business ills, And give dull times the gripe. 'Application! are invited from those within the service tor the position oi collector apd disconnecting officer. A motor cycle will be provided, and. the appointee must be strong enough to withstand the body jars caused by rough roads. The salary will be £165 per an num, rising to annual increments to 1208 per annum.' This is an extract from a cir cular - letter to the employees of the City Council, issued by Mr. T. H. Nesbitt, the Town Clerk. Fancy having to withstand the body jars caused by rough roads for £165 per an-, num. and what a fine 'advertising medium the City Council is for its . own roads and thos* controlled by' our Municipal Councils and Shims, ..... issasssssssssssiasaiBsssssissssslBlHaHlalaBasBsssssBsssiBaaiiMlaBBBBa^HI

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENS. COUNT : As there wai nothing el«'e approach ing the tame name in the race, and the bookmaker could ntt posibly have been under any misapprehension as to the horse indicated, the backer U entitled to collect.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

- s=r- — * ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT FIRST DAY— SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 HURDLE RACE : GARTHOWEN ? 1 Jack Rice ? ? . . . . 2 Greek Fire or Prince Alfonso .... 3 TRIAL STAKES : 1 TWO BLUES ? 1 j Common Law ? 2 ( Bachelor's Pcrste ? 3 I A.J.C. DERBY : ?', KILBOY ? j i, Woloroi ? ?- ;, Thana ? 3 i Bett outsider, Stageland, I EPSOM HANDICAP : I CETIGNE ? J I Pplycrates ? .. 2 I Blague or Merimee ? 3 SPRING STAKES : SASANOF ? 1 1 Cyklon ? z j Wallace Isinglass ? S KENSINGTON HANDICAP : CHELOMA ? 1 Willow Green ? 2 Pctalster or Ccsarius ? 3 The best tip of all : Invest lightly, as the condition of the track is likely to conduce to unexpected results. By THE SCOUT FIRST DAY— SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. FIRST HURDLE RACE: SYLVAN LASS ? 1 Garthowen ? .? ? 2 Jack Rice ? 3 TRIAL STAKES: TWO BLUES ? 1 Comcdia ? 2 Common Law ? 1 A.J.C. DERBY: THANA ? t Kilboy ? 2 Wolaroi ? 3 EPSOM HANDICAP: MERIMEE ? 1 Sydian ? 2 Three Star ? 3 SPRING STAKES: CAGOU ? j Cyklon ? '.'. V. V. '' ' 2 Wallace Isinglass...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIDERS FOR TO-DAY EPSOM HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

RIDERS FOR TO-DAY EPSOM HANDICAP : ? Woorak— K. Bracken. Cetigne — Uncertain; may be P. Maher. Garlin— L. Fisher. Hopfield— W. Foulshsm. Panacre — C. O Oavies. Poly-!r»tes — M. Connell. Blague — W. Smart. Costello— F. Herbert. Secret Service — L. Hewitt. Lord Nagar— J. Quigley. Three Star — T. O'Keeie. Mcrimee— W. H. McLachlan. Bombita— W. Lillyman. Sydian — A. Shanahan. Agincourt — F, Wilkinson. Inia — C. Bardcn. Colugo— F. Dempsey. Lyndhurst Lady— P. O'Neill. ''?/deilde — F. Folty. Quarale— T. Cook. The Mogul — G. Hutchim. La Balfour— L. Walker. Aurifer— G. MeddlcU. William the Silent— G. Harrison. Loved One— H. Webster. A.J.C. DERBY. ' Acathon — F. Russell. Irish Comedy— F. Dempsey. Bucklaw— W. Smart. Sugeland— R. Lewis. King Kort— F. Herbert. Wolaroi— A. Wood. Kilboy— W. H. MeLichlan. Thana — A Shanahan. Mudroi — L. Hewitt. Mafioio — L. Fisher. Royal Dude— Possibly K. Bracken. Lambourne — P. Maher, Eastcourt— M. Connell

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MELBOURNE NEWS MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

LATE MELBOURNE NEWS (By Wire.) MELBOURNE, Friday. 1 hough portions ot the sand and cinder tracks at Fiemington are free of water for a few furlongs, and horses can work backward and forward thereon, it will be the best part of next week before the racecourse is clear of flood water. For to-morrow's Moonte Valley meeting the course is in capital order, the track never hav ing b:en inundated during the past week:s rain. George Harrison and L. Fisher haye left to fill their engagements at the A.J.C. meeting. Mr. John Wren also took the trip.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MELBOURNE SCRATCHINGS MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

LATE MELBOURNE SCRATCH1NGS . .;_; L. UELBOUR.VE CUP. Mareh On, September », ].U p.m. Lady Iressady, September -X, i.tu p.m. CAULFIELD CUP. Mxrch On, September £5, 3.20 p.m. Fairway, September 25. 3.6 p.m. lady frewady, September S4, Z.S0 p.m. lliuchi, September id, S p.m. WILUAVSTOWS (Xe. Udy Trtscady, September H, S.SO p.m. Wcnirabuidi, Bepteraber 20, 10 a.m. Ayrtooi, September 2a, 10 a.m. Gravena, September 29, 10 a.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPS FOR MAITLAND RACES By The Arrow Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

TIPS FOR MAITLAND RACES By The Arrow Correipondenl. FLYING HANDICAP— 8 furlonjs. DUKE CHESTER ? 1 Lord Oarde ? 2 Mainfcathcr ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP— 7 furlong*. CHIEL BOY ? 1 Paradalf ? 2 Cathedral ? 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. DAREEL ? 1 Dusky Don ? 2 Major Eddie ? 3 MAITLAND HANDICAP— 1J mile 50ydi. FOXLOVE ? 1 Halbroon ? 2 Yankee York ? 3 NOVICE HANDICAP— 6 furlonrs. ANNE BOLEYN ? 1 Ly n Lassie ? -. , . . 2 , Simkanic ? .1 .. 3 ; RUTHERFORD HANDICAP— 1 mile. i D.H.P. ? -.-. ? 1 Persian Cat ? 2 Goodfield ? /,. .. 3

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