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WALLSEND RACES NOVICE HANDICAP—5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

WALLSEND RACES NOVICE nANDICAP-fl furlomi. it lb ,t lh Genera) Bridges ..0 5 chevenne ? 7 0 Oiley's Pride .... 8 0 Princ* Sarto .... 7 0 Uarecl ? ...86 l'rrsian Dream.. ..70 Gunner Tom.. .. .. 7 10 l^rmin .. ,, .. .? 7 0 Dusky Don .. _ .. 7 10 Madame Whitton ..7 0 Vl.gHie Yetman.. ..7 7 Mus Blili ? 7 9 Walwynn ? 7 0 PLATTSBimO HANDICAP— U furlongs. Lord Garde ? 10 0 Keceda ? 7 6 D.H.P ? '3 Chiel Boy ? 7 4 Maid of Argyle.. ..8 0 Kneclah ? « 7 Mainfeather ? 7 12 Ayrrniher ? 6 7 Duke Chester .... 7 6 Ida Jarvls ? t 1 TOWS PLATE— U mll«. Duke Alwyne .... 9 3 Mundoola ? 7 5 (oat o' Mail ? 8 8 C.'oodflcld ? 7 1 Yankee York .. .. 8 2 Pounce ? 7 0 Lady Ogram ? 7 10 Fcxlo- ? a 7 Halbronn ? 7 10 Posida ? S 7 My Climax ? 7 10 MARYLAXDS HANDIQAP— 8 furlongs. Lyn Lassie ? 9 0 Sadalena ? » 7 Anne Boleyn ? 0 0 Simkjnic ? 8 1 Spaghetti King.. ..8 7 Pa;oda ? 7 0 WELTER HANDICAP— 7 lurlonjs. Cathedral ? 10 I clenbriki ? 7 11 RnulgOQejr ? 9 9 Flower Post ? 7 7 M«V,'? ? 0' 7Jnti ? 7 7 Mfll»hab ? 8 12 L...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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V.R.C. OCTOBER MEETING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. (To be run at Caulifield) OCTOBER HURDLE RACE—2 miles (To start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

V.R.C. OCTOBER MEETING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. (To be run at C,ulflr1i- OCTOBER HURDLE RACE-2 nvltl. (To iUtt at l.» p.m.) it lb it Ib BlllUU ? 11 5 Lcco ? 0 ii Eishoo ? 10 11 Ctlbri ? 0 7 licturopii ? 10 10 lleldon ? 9 7 nml ? 10 9 Ilumlon^ ? 9 4 llcN»ur.bty ? 10 3 Colvle ? SI Coronstus ? 10 0 Alma ? 9 4 Ramoth ? 0 0 King', Cheers ....SO Clone ? 9 8 Moniignor ? SO STAND HANDICAP-U mile. (To itart ?! 2.30 p.m.) Amata ? 9 10 Eltefre.1 ? 7 S De Gams ? 8 13 llatupo ? 7 3 Aodeltila ? - 11 Luck? Escape .... 7 3 Green Cap ? 8 II Hurrinjuck ? 7 1 Aides ? » 11 First tr.m ? 7 1 l.*ltr,Ter- ? 8 a Ijdy Felicia .. ..7 0 Lady Mooltan .... 8 4 Rael 1-ocHn ? S 13 Defence ? 8 3 I.'drinRton ? S II Bub Mult ? - 3 I'oslIlK ? 8 8 High Hock ? 8 2 Toleration ? « 3 Chief Secretary . . ..8 2 Daius ? B 7 Dame Uuickly .. .- 8 i Kantaretn ? « 7 paean ? 8 0 Orillia ? « 7 uoniiep ? » 0 IMm Laddie ? 8 7 l'oclire ? 7 LI Oitreua ? 6 7 Hrnorioiu ? 7 S MorUru ? II 7 Po'.vdimus ? 7 8 Pjrkdale ? S 7 H.lf-a-Glais ? 7 7 Gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

aicaraB|aiSirMiMft^jraHAri^ ?mjggjff / ?$ rhe Blo'vc.u.ie'l'in lb* ^ARCVCHIp' 'l-MRUT 'iver'c fpecialjy' made h; | | ^^M^^W-' ''. SPOUTS DKPT. OPEN TILL 0 P.M. FIIIDAYS. | W. AU5TRALIA5 GREATEST SP0RT5 OUTFITTERS If ' \fj CJ ? CiTY5POr7T5 DEPOT 119 KlNGST and at NEWCASTLE ANO BRISBANE. jj| SPECIAL NOTICE ALBERT E. WATSON WILL OPERATE 1, 2, 3 - ALL EVENTS - 1, 2, 3 [W\ RANDWICK STAND pS6j ~~~ — ''? HURRY UP THEY'RE OFF m. tN £ Mji MLk iul M. w .ill £100 to Nothing TO THE LUCKY ONE WHO CAN PLACE I. 2. 3 IN THii FINAL HANDICAP. RUN OCTOBER 11, 1916. THOSE BETTING WITH W.E.F. HAVE ONLY TO PLACE THEIR PICK ON THE BACK OF HIS BETTING TICKET TO HAVE AS MANY TRIES AS TICKETS LODGED. Reg. AJ.C, V.R.C., Q.T.C MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY, VICTORIAN CLUB, MELB. THROUGHOUT THE A.J.C. MEETING AT I WILL CALL THE CARD ON EACH AND EVERY RACE. PRICES THAT WILL SUIT, ALL OLD CLIENTS WILL RECEIVE SAME COURTEOUS TREATMENT AS IN THE PAST. TO BE DISTRIBUTED ;; AS FOLLOWS: ' IF MORE THAN ONE LUCKY PIC...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE TURF NEWS MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

MELBOURNE TURF NEWS (From Our Special Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Friday. FleminKton scratch.ngs : — Hurdle Race : Home Rule. Cordelier. Stand Handicap : Mee rut. MaribyrnonB Trial : Prince Royal. Bright Mary. Paddock Handicap : Lancer Plume. All engagements : Uncle Sam. At Moonce Valley this morning Coradjill and Bullarook were schooled over fences. The tracks on the training ground at Flem ington now beinp. fairly dry, the Ascot tracks were deserted this morning. ? The Jockey Club Stakes, of 10,000 sove, was run at the Newmarket First October Meeting on Thursday last, and was won by the Duke of Portland'.1- three-year-old colt Cannobie, by Polyrnclui — La Koche. Sanctum was second, and KwanK Su third. The latter started at 5 to 2. with 100 It- T on offer against the winner. C.inpohic i;. liv 1'^ fame sire at Polycratet.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB MEETING MOUNTAIN KING WINS £500. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB MEETING MOUNTAIN KING WINS £M0. Tk» Australian Trotting C:ub had good -jrMther for but the middle gran 'tnu k lU'J lo 1-c use.l. Kenil'^ ':— KSOOUItACE H.UiDICAP, for Itoncsi handKippcd to trot 2.32 or better : 1 mile.— Mci=r-. V. and O. Hall's Silver Pic. by Pickwick— Wonbobbic marc, -ad.. lrydJ bhd (T. Mc-;rath). lj Hopalons. ead., 20jrtl» Md (O. Badcock); 2; Bazil. har., 5ydi bhd (D. Middle), J. Other starters : Araman tar. »cr, Harry Dalv lur. lOjds bhd, Cr\,tal Clare har. 10yds, L'Uadulla sad. 10yd», Whip ,vood sad. 25vds, Lord Elmo har. oOvds, Cora har. 60yds. Betting : 6 to l v. Silver J'ic, 1 to 1 Ilonalontj, 5 to 1 -nran, 10 to 1 others. Won by five lengths ; fire lengths belMccn xrond and Ihird. Time ?-min -MJsec. NOVICE INHOPPLKD, for hones handicapped to trot 2.3- or better: 1J mile. Mr. I). Fitch's b g Derbyit*. by Mambrino Derby— Sprirurhccl. sa-i, tcr (D. Fitch), 1; Miss Uladys, har, 13yds blnl ie'. ZlotkowsM), 2; Dark ness, liar, liyds bhd (D...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S.A.J.C. SPRING MEETING FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. TRIAL STAKEN, of [?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

S.A.J.C. SPRING MEETING FIRST DAY— SATURDAY, OCTOBFA 7 TRIAL STAKES, of 111 tn\t~n furlonri. (To sturt at l.;:o p in.) at Hi ,l lb Soultber; ? !- ?; Var.'f ?tnJ.ho!niit . (iniilnt Kortiinc!.' .'.' 8 11 iliii- Knight.. .'.' .'. ' r Dfrir.denti- ? « M Lone Ii.m-i; ? l.orl Lcnhuk ? S / Ayr.iiKfns ? '. 3, I'.mTfiTloan.'.' .'.' '.'. S 5 inU ''!'..'..'.. '.', ' 1 ?ihird Ocrrce ? S 1 AIjI-mm Coon.. . ' linssia ? SI I/'ril Ilinlurly.. .. o r ltoyal Opera ? .1 2 'Itrruui'* llwe .. .. fl 13 Tllinfilcn ? SO Sea Lord ? (i II Oi!i!t- ? 7 1;: 'i. Monica .. :. .. I! 11 Athrlnur ? 7 W IVte.' ? » 10 I'cwfatl ? 7 1.1 Poi'illlona ? 1 10 l't!.-ii£U ' ? 7 II IVmophoon ? 0 10 Fcrtunt Doy ? 7 in lalynn ? 0 M Wood Prince .. .. 7 -- Wcmn ? ' .. 0 10 Nayra ? 7 7 Wiiriti ? 8 10 lv-r.vlons ? 7 7 Dalmcm ? 0 10 Lynton ? 7 7 I'tSST Hl-RDIX RACE, ol ?-.'.:, «-vs-2 mlies 318 yardl (To «t.irt Jt 2.13 p.m.) Katine«t» ? 13 .1 Rl(.p!lns Avon .... 0 0 Wondersraph ? 12 t liar Venetian .. ?? » 5 IMxIUlonm ? II ?. Patron'a...

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COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

coursing ; ': By AMESBUKY. The annual meejine of the N.S. Wales National Coursing Association is to take place, ft liateman's Hotel. .GeorgeyStreeJ,. on Mon day evening next. The-irtst season was ; -Jjot too successful owing, generally, to a shortage'**, of hares in the early stages, and to a lack of '? nominations. Furthermore, and for the second -eir in succession, a very considerable loss was made on the year's workings. However, the As ibria'iion still has a good balance on the right side of the ledger. In the election of office bearers the only ballot to be taken will be in connection with the committee, as in all other positions those nominated will be returned un opposed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

AUCTIONEER BOOKMAKER. CALLS CARD ON EVERY RACE— STRAIGHT-OUT OR DOUBLE EVENTS. Cn the METROPOLITAN, will pay the winner and return money a place. Randwick To-day. STAND 141. STAND 141. Member of Tattersall's Club, Sydney, and Victorian Club, Melbourne. CAULFIELD & MELBOURNE CUPS. KINDLY WRITE FOR CHARTS. STARTING PRICE ALL EVENTS. Tl A T11IT1P17' ATT TUT KAliNrY Al I rN Sufficient Address* Sydney or Melbourne H. OXENHAM MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY. RANDWICK ?- PADDOCK STAND 137 STAND CAULFIELD CUP & MELBOURNE CUP DOUBLES AND STRAIGHT OUT-ALSO 1, 2, 3 ASK FOR CHARTS. STARTING PRI CE AIX EVENTS. SUFFICIENT ADDRESS OXENHAM, SYDNEY NO REPLY NO BUSINESS S.P. ON ALL EVENTS DICK LEONARD STAND REGISTERED A.J.C. AND V.R.C STANII ' MEMBER CITY TATT/S, SYDNEY iJUIlW ♦ ? ?— — -S VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. « ? --*i 122 DOUBLES: 122 « ? s, CAULFIELD & MELBOURNE CUPS ^ ? ^ RANDWICK S.P. ON ALL EVENTS RANDWICK Commissions Executed on all Government Licensed Racecourcei....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

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SALINE WASH FOR HORSE WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

SALINE WASH FOR HORSE WOUNDS. A correspondent writing to the Field is in teresting on the subject of curing horse wounds 'A notice in the Times of the merits of un covered wounds and saline wound-wash in duces me to otter a letter to your paper for the benefit of brother sportsmen and their wounded hories. Many years ago a mare in my stables got out of her box and into the adjoining one, in which was another mare, and kicked her so ovvbivi/ »???»% k-jfc4« v»«o uii awiui wound all down the back, of the near thigh. A number of silver wire stitches were put in, her tail in a bag secured along the off side to her neck and no covering put on to the wound. She was watched day and, night for three weeks! She healed up straight away, and did alS gether very well. . '™* 'Last season a big bay horse of my daughter's got badly into a concealed barbed wire with no really serious results, but he was deeply scratched all over his lower neck, chest and arms — a perfect network of scratches. There ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

THE REFEREE Australian Soldiers in the Fight. ing line specially desire their friends to post them THE REFEREE Above all other Newspapers SUNDAY TIMES Australia's most popular Sun day Newspaper. War News, Women's W«rld, read from title to imprint by * 400,000 People every Sunday

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TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME A.J.C. SPRING MEETING SECOND DAY—SATURDAY. OCTOBER 7. THE SHORTS. (To start at 1 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME AJ.C. SPRING MEETING SECOND DAY— SATURDAY. OCTOBER 7. THE SHORTS. l To .tart tt 1 P.m.) A hmdltap iwccpstiko ot 10 revn tach, I ft., with 500 kit, idilrtl. For IhrM-jw-oldi «nd upwanti. The mrnrr of thf wconrt hone to rt«tte 100 »«? ?r.d tie owner of she third 50 kov« from the rrl'c. ? 'urIons'- * lb Sir. L. K. S. Mackinrmn'. r.lx H'WOORAK, 67T1 .. 10 4 Mr. H. S. Tfiompjon'« br m Sl'l'IIX, fljn ? I- 12 Mr. J. Cimpboll Wood', b h PANACRE, ijn .. !- 10 Mr. S. Gr.tr,'! blk c IIALOTATE. Sjti ? 0 9 Mr. ¥. A. llnwdon's b h BLAdl'K, Syr» ? 8 13 Mr. CarlWc Mudholir.r's ch e IlKVAL (S.Z.), «/« S ID Hr. ¥.. Mo,.' b ni MKKIMKK. 5yr» ? 8 0 Sir Win. looner'n br h SY1UAS (imp.), bjn .... 8 i Sir Wm. (.ooprr'B ch li (XJUIOO. tyn ? , .. S 2 Mr. W. G. StMd'« tir 111 Rtt'EET OOKS (N.Z.), 4jr« 8 0 Mr. P. Keith', rh h CJLINN'S TOST (Imp.), iyn 7 12 Sir. W. T. Nowlin'l br m KOSEDKLL, tjn ? 7 11 Mr. II. S. Ilimrs1 br m INIA, Oyrj ? 7 It Mr. A. Collinn' b g AKIL, 5jt, ? 7 9 Mr. W. ...

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ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPORT When Kid McCoy Trounced P.O. Curran [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

$&&- ATI ME By THE CYNIC. When Kid McCoy Trounced P.O. Curran To see Kid McCoy with an army rifle over hii (boulder, a slouch service hat pulled down over his face, and a dust-begrimed khaki uni form covering his muscular form, parading his post alone the Rio Grande guarding the Texas border from invading Mexican bandits, one would have some difficulty recalling him as the brainiest and one of the game3t men that ever adorned the professional fighting cam:. But he was, and it remained for Willie Lewis, him self a former welterweight champion and now trainer of Frank Moran, to recount one of the episodes which served to embellish McCoy's pugilistic prestige. 'There were some wonderful fighters before the Kid's time, and some marvels have flashed along since then. I've seen the best of them perform during the past fifteen ycar3, but ray hat is off to the Kid. He was the greatest of the lot in ail-round ring skill. 'The Kid 'pulled' a thousand tricks in the ring — but n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT THE SHORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY ? - By PILOT THE SHORTS : COLUGO ? 1 Rosedell ? 2 Inia ? 1 ? 3 CLIBBORN STAKES ' -. In the nbiicncc of Uasanof : EASTCOURT ? 1 Colbert ? 2 StageUnd ? 3 METROPOLITAN : CETIGNE ? I Wallace Isinglass ? 2 Common Law or Bee ? 3 BREEDERS1 PLATE: BALTIC SEA or FRANZAC. With Brian or Uronzetti in third place. FIRST STEEPLECHASE : GLENQUINN ? 1 Rushcutter ? 2 Okaihau ? 3 SQUATTERS1 HANDICAP : NARIVO ? 1 La Balfour ? 2 Dollar Dictator' or Quarale ? 3 By THE SCOUT THE SHORTS : BLAGUE ? 1 Eulacre ? 2 Rosedcll ? 3 CLIBBORN STAKES : EASTCOURT .. ? 1 Stageland ? 2 Bucklaw ? 3 METROPOLITAN : CAGOU ? 1 Bee ? 2 Wallace Isinclass ? 3 FIRST STEEPLECHASE : BUSRA ? 1 Glenquinn ? 2 Inverara ? 3 BREEDERS1 PLATE : KING O1 MALT or FRANZA. SQUATTERS1 HANDICAP: SYDIAN ? 1 Court Jester ? 2 Kenilcra ? 3

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SAILING HELPING PATRIOTIC FUNDS: THE AMUSEMENT TAX [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

SAILING HELPING PATRIOTIC FUNDS: THE AMUSEMENT TAX ~ ? * ? r~~ '? . By TOM- CRINGLE. rJ,h^?ydl}fy Sailing ,Club «i» hold their first «fOn tl'8ftf'rnoon- .}} »'' be the first occa sion of the club utilising the newly-tho^n H~Jii ' ™mmcn« at 3.30 p.m. sharp. Handicaps are :— First heat : Enid (I ltf f'rth- 'nd Acme (G. Hones). 3Jmin; Pastime -S. Richardson) Merlin (A. M. Merringto™)! 21; Desdemona (A. C. Roberts) 21 ? SwistiLi -P- Harry) Vision (j. T. Robinson sen?' 0* Advance (H. E. Thompson). 13; Arline (W w'^ ^l^ (°- TayI°r)' MtalSwl (R W. Budmck). 1J. Second heat: Kismet W Dunn), Australian (Chris. Web). ,cr.; RosetTa £ WeasEhetf -«£*& *«BSSS' f^'^w/i.^uta^LnrS ^^'^ith-arirBrain'wharH -nd Fort Macquane. calling at Clark Island. Mnir' Safuf,day.'s we»|her. made the joint 18ft tr.nt. E ii posslb.Iities-had all the en trants turned up. As it was it could not have been more- interesting, taken rieht through. L. Taylor is quite proud of hi. youne_crew. all of whom are under 21 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

TO-DAY— — 1 ? TO-DAY SYDNEY SAILING CLUB. 1 OPES RACK FOIt 18 .FOOTKRS. 1 TWO IjAROE STKAMKItS KOM-OW HACK. I KORF.K. leaves Fort Mtctiuarlc unly »t .'!.5 p.m. KUI.COA, Imtw. £tophcn-«trcct at £.C0. Polut-rtrcet 2.35, Darllngrtrret 2.45, and Fort Macquirie 3.10 p.m. Balnuin Steamer rion not call it Stpphrnitrort on re-, turn Journey. TICKETS : OBCTS., 1/ i LAD1KS. 6d. ralrou may Uad it Clark Maud or follow the Dace.

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KENSINGTON GOLF LINKS THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION A.G.C. FINANCES A PROBLEM FACED WITH GREAT AND GROWING EXPENDITURE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

KENSINGTON GOLF LINKS - -' ? ^ 'c^-sy Kr^Zf *&***& THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION A.G.C. FINANCES A PROBLEM ? o— — — . FACED WITH GREAT AND GROWING EXPENDITURE By AULD REEKIE. n.Tihcre has becn talk of thc Australian Goll Club giving up its course at Kensington and going further afield. Thi3 ought to be pre vented at all costs. ?There arc many experts who say that Ken sington is easily the best golf course in Aus tralia; others make more sweeping assertions than that. It is certainly the best course in this Mate, anyway; it is within 20 minutes of the General Po?t Office, and you can go there in a ua.u »ur to. it costs a Melbourne golfer 1/2 to reach Sandringham, and takes him an hour to do it. Reckoning on a basis of a- couple of trips a wecit to the course, with occasional breaks, this difference in fares alone means anything from ten to twelve guineas a year. Add that to a golf club subscription and there would Be a howl. That suggests one of the moit im portant thoug...

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GOLF RULES AND ETIQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

GOLF RULES AND ETIQUETTE. 1 The lack of knowledge of the rules displayed by golfers — good, bad, and indifferent — is apal ling. The other day two golfers, who ought to have known better, asserted positively that there were no rules governing three-ball and four-ball matches, and were consequently very astonished when the rules were pointed out to them: ' There .is a misconception . that three-ball matches can be passed by four-ball matches. This it not so. They rank as equal. A pair, or foursome, or a threesome, can go through the. three ball and four ball; but the four ball has no right per se to claim prece dence over the former. Golf is quite difficult enough without having to defend one's rights against players who know little, and care less, about thc rules or etiquette «S the game. . Admitted that thc rules are very intricate and confusing in many instances, yet this is no excuse for not reading and trying to under stand them. A great many of the rules arc quite simple, and e...

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TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

TURF GOSSIP By THE SCOUT. Randwick k.:s afternoon, Where the. Spring meeting of the A.J.i.. will he advanced another stage. Northern District racegoers will be catered for by tilt Wallsend Jockey Club, And the October meeting of the Victoria Racing Club will take place at Caulfield. W. McLachlan's fee for winning the A.J.C. Derby on Kilboy was £1000. The Spring Meeting of the Kensington Sac ing Uub, alter two postponements, lias been finally abandoned. La Balfour, who won the Squatters' Handi cap at the corresponding meeting of last year under 8.8, is again engaged in that race this afternoon with 9.2, and may repeat the victory. Bjorneborg. winner of the Wanganui Guineas on September 21, is almost a full brother to Bobriboll, being got by the tatter's sire from a Martian mare lrom Gossip, who was the dam of Bobrikoft. Cetigne followed up his victory in the A.J.C. Derby last yerr ay carrying his Mb penalty to the front :.i ;..c Clibborn Stakes on the second day of .,._? meeting. Wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

HAVE THAT 0IRTY AND SOILED SUIT RENOVATED BY M. BL THOMAS 70 MSy^' Expert Cleaner and Prcsser. tie will make It equal to New at Moderate Clurft. CALL, WRITE, or 'FBOHE. CITY 138.

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