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CITY TATTERSALL'S MEETING SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14. NOVICE HANIECAT—1 mile. (To start at 1.45 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

CITY TATTERSALL'S MEETING SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14. NOVICE HANDXAr— 1 rr.llr. (To »tart at 1.43 p.m.) I -t lh ft II, ?*k|l ? 9 5 rapollfttl ? 7 .1 ?«t'!»'la ? .« * TaqiilMra ? 7 1 ! Snira Kiris ? - 4 F»r«)lnne ? 7 1 I Anrfdlrt.' ? si /xmbnurnc ? 7 1 ! f«n Thnmc ? S 2 Krlthla ? 7 « *'1'e ? f- 1 I'.imerti-r I'aitle ..7 0 KniSM «? R^,l .. 7 n KU-lmllii ? 7 1 Ta-Un'i Dinihie .. 7 1» Twi OlHon ? 7 0 K'llal ? 7 l» |,jr |,,|. ? - n I Hole- n ? 7 in cSmlt.- ? 7 0 Hay. Walhr* .. .. 7 10 uJr Mln(«rr .. .. « Is I'l-irwrla ? 7 9 .vi-tMlif nnr ? t. i-« ntddVci^n.;; :; / ,' \tSL ? SK mthm ? 7 .?: cwiif.r ::?:: ?? :: c ? MO.-.C (-,l- ? 7 .-; ? ILVIM: ll'.Mi!fM-..r, (vrlfncr (Tu 'UK a; ?--, p.m.] rolur^ ? fl n |(.l.i, |j,, ; ;, ll««l ? « !- iv'lina.rr .. ..' !. 7 A r;M»n ? S 3 rit,i»i|,ii- .... .. 7 ; ln!» ? .- .'? lv'li!»li-r ? 7 1 Itwriell ? - _? |.,,.,| i..;nw.| .. .. 7 « 'Mr. Hc*aMne .. .. - i! i;ctrn .. ? « in AVil ? .. 7 * WtrrilU ? 1 VI EuUcr- ? 7 7 (Linn ? I, |i, Lord Malt ? 7 8 Tret.l««-ll .. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEDDON J.C. RACES SATURDAY OCTOBER 14. FLYING HANDICAP—5 furlongs and 100yds. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

HEDDON J.C. RACES SATVRDAT, OCTOnER 14. FLT1SG HANTJICAP— « lurljngs and 100yd.'. It lh m 11, Tony Blue ? t i- Knr.l«h ? 7 0- Flnwer Po't ? 7 ?- Orrinf ? 7 0 Snatttli King.. ..7 3 Volenp ? B 7 ttiel Boy ? 7 0 ArdrJ-Hane ? 8 7 WELTER HA-'DlC.ir-« lurlongs and lOOyds. Dlekman ? 9 7 Mrlt .. ? 7 7 Klower Port .. .. S 9 Hov,| Adnra ? 7 7 Gold Finn ? US K.Iv Peeblet .... 7 7 Tarllla ? « * (oo| Cro-i ? 77 Ayrmaher ? S .1 Oo!dwitch ? 7 7 All Brown ? 7 T Mar Bloom ? 7 7 Sadalena ? 7 ; M:mrt King ? 7 7 IIEDPON JOCKEY CT.I.'R 1IASDICAP— 1J mile. Duke Alwjne .... 9 3 Mecrrn Kin- .. .. IS 1J Tonv Blue' ? 8 K Lord' Cl.irit ? (17 Uit'r Otnm ? 7 S I-n»ky Don ? - 7 Tr Whart ? 7 5 Kirn' Dllkc ? « 7 Mundoola ? : 1 Simkanic ? 6 7 Blue Toy ? 7 1 NOVICE HANDICAP— « furlongs and lOOrdf. Oilry'i' Pride .... 9 0 Ohr-venni ? 7 7 V,.-k/ry ? S ii Walaryn ? 7 7 Dalmfny King .. .. fi 0 Anun nrulh ? 7 7 Uniirw ? 7 7 .Vohle Knight .... 7 7 Kencl. ? 7 7 llfgtnt Murray .... 7 7 Mwinuin M..n-reb.. 7 7 Min Billif ? 7 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE CRICKET BOARD OF CONTROL ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

LATE CRICKET ? HT ? BOARD OF CONTROL ANNUAL MEETING The Australian Board of Control for Inter national Cricket held the annual meeting in Sydney yesterday, when the business, apart from . election of office-bearers, was formal. Mr. jtarry Hiinman, oi aoutn rtusirdiid. na» been re-elected president, and Mr. Sydney Smith, jun.. hon. secretary and treasurer. 1 'it Hoard placed on ie?oid its appreciation M '.he services to Australian enckrt- rendered hv '.he late Colonel Foster. C.M.G.. pf Queensland. Three imported horses won six of the 24 races at Ihe A.J.C. carnival. Of these, geldingr. won five events (Quinolojii-.t thrc: and Louvre two), while Bursar was the solitary horse to I triumph.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE SCRATCHINGS MELBOURNE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

LATE SCRATCHINCS MELHOt:!V: fTT. rrf-i'ivnxitrr. On. r, r..v- j. ir. i Villllm lie Mkr.t On. in. !l a.m. f«lj-»ni'rt. On. in,- i-m.% r...., I'lr w Mljr. Oct. 10, 8.8* ^ ?.*. Unrrtot, Oil. 1', I5..in p.m. r«l-ert, o;t. in, lilo p.m. 1h«n». Oc-t. 1(1. lMn p.m. r»lnt»y, Ort. 10. U.m p.m. TiMft-Aflt. Od. in, His p.n-. Sllicr Steel, Oct. 10. 3.13 p.m. . C.U3.FIEI.D CtT. Spurn. Orf. in, io.a- a.m. li»l!i-p Iji.irn, Or;, in 10.W «.tn. IrMi l-mHv. Or:. :ii. I0.3-, a.m. Unilminr, O i. K |».i.i ,.m. I :-mi!T .*;«. I'l. in. |n.«i t.m. llMirn. tin. 111. |(i.n a.m. Inn.rltt ii-i M. in..vi ..rn. Williiir. ?-.? m:.-hi. On. le,, u ».m. S.irtion. o.m. 10. II n.m. llninhlt-t. O;l. Id, H.,1 a.m. four! Jmier, o«. in, n.r, a.m. (ijVn, o,i. in, II.S «.m. Narlvn, He:, in. I1..W ».m. Sinn «ni, On. in, i-.- oVId-k. Tr--I'lnvll, (lot. in. |j.Ci p.m rvmwln. r»i. in. :.'.n p.m '?V..'«;!-M, o«. in, ?_?..?; p.m.' Tr-«ji|'n, Oct. in, 2.(1 p.m. |!im» l.jhl». (V\ in. .i.m p.m. ? r-ll-rr ft'fl, Oit. in. a. in pm. U'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.A.T.C. MEETING. ALL ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

v.A.T.t'. MKvmsr.. AIJ. BNOAfiKMEXTS. William lii- Sllcnl, Iliura, ({ulnoloilft. TOORAK IIANnU'AP.— (Wdrn B!ti, H'rrlc lAfl/FIKIJ) r.riNCAS.— inn^trr. lll'.DfTAXT STAKi:.'. — \mjr.ta.. Ifll.A WFJ.TI'lt.— Mr o! Sii»r. F.nccttt. IIINOWOOn KTKKI'I.FXIIA.Sn.— 1. 1) C. (rAfI.KIEI.il HTAKK.S.-Panarrr. UOONKA IMXDirAP.— We ol Skrf. MOSA .Nl'imKRr.-n-ilhrr.l. OW VN' Xf nSf:lt V.— «? Ihre-I. -ni,MAMMWV.\ (TV.- Fn'.mr. ?'?-'?-?. Ui'rlnt. ?I7iumham, I^il.i- Xareina, fhanlrr. rlt:r.l-r. Northern District racesroers will thin after noon be catered for hy the Heddon Jockev Club. Duke Alwync (P.31 tops Ihe -veishts for the H;,:don Jockey Club Handicap. ?

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

THE REFEREE Australian Soldiers in the Fight. ing Line specially desire their friends to post them THE REFEREE Above all other Newspapers

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

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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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

i?Eft!Nl/|j » J/TAURU/ The recent superabundant rain has tested the Association Double Bay courts, and they have emerged triumphantly from the ordeal. Three years ago, after a heavy fall, the courts pre sented the appearance of a lake, seagulls in big fiocks being in undisturbed possession. The ,1'w—liawr* f*-,»ati/tn WlITir SCntC. but thC Drob' lem has now been satisfactorily solved. After pouring almost continuously for over a week, I the rain popped on Thursday night, and at 2 o'clock the ner.t afternoon the courts were in a fit condition to play upon. All evidence of the 131 inches that were registered by the gauge had vanished as if thcrishad only been a sun ihowcr. ? The Sydney Club courts at the Cricket Ground were all in splendid condition last Saturday. The rain was a boon to the ground trustees, as they also came under the Water Board edict against the use of the hose and sprinkler. Watering this vast expanse of turf with a watering-can would have 'been no joke, and the re...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

ROWING By ARQU8. The old-time champion sculler and exeham pion of the world. Ned Trickett, was the re cipient from his fellow-officers of a wallet con taining a roll of Commonwealth Bank notes, at the temporary Customs House, Warwick chambers, on Thursday, the occasion 'being his retirement from the Customs Department xftcr 23 years' service. The presentation was made by the Collector of Customs (Mr. W. H. Bark lev). ' ? With nothing doing by the amateur clubs in Sydney, items of news in the rowing world are few and far between. I hear that the McXJevitt Testimonial moon light excursion to the Avenue, JLane Cove River, last Tuesday evening, wan a decided juccess, there being a good attendance. The third and concluding ftinr+fon in egg. nection with the McDevitt Testimonial win bo the regatta, to take place on the Partasjstta River to-day week (21st inst.). This promises ' to be quite a big affair, for the Parramatta River, Hunter River, and St. George's River clubs will be well repr...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Great Australian Bill [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

The Great Australian Bill 'His name is mostly Rill.'— Henry Lawson. From Waggatown and BunB=ree, from Booh gal and Perth, The great Australian Bill has come away around the earth. At Mittagong and Eundaberg, at Cobar, Bourke. and Hay, At Hcnaigo ana onartcrs lowers, at i.ouin and Break-o'-day j At Wangaratta, Moulamein, Mudgee. and Bro ken Hill, The people said good-bye to him— the Great Australian Bill. He swore at Egypt's Sies and heat, and cursed the desert sand In language that was picturesque — though by the Censor banned. Then, with his spell of training done, across the stretch of sea. He won imperishable fame at drear Gal'ipoH. And Turkey to his mates .remarked, in lan guage weird and shrill : 'My oath ! This Kangaroo can fight — this ' Great Australian Bill :' He lived through months of bloody strife, and stuck it clay by day ; Through hours of thirst and hunger pangs his rifle still made play ; And news came through to those at home (ani bush mails took it round), Of how h...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPORT Cave-man Fighting Type Extinct [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

O^CE UPON] IN SPORT Cave-man Fighting Type Extinct _Bob Fitxsimmons haa been talking again. The old champion declares that the 'cave-man' type of fighter is extinct, and that the cham pions of to-day are children compared with the old school. It was ever thus. The men of the hour are rarely comparable with the men of the past. In some sports the time-test can be applied with coniusine effect upon thu oracle. But in boxinc there is no test. 'I had my first fight when I was 15 years of age,' said the old gladiator, into the willing ear of an American writer. 'I had three bare knuckle fights with heavyweights when I was a kid weighing less than 8st 31b. That's the school I learned in. To-day they get a purse that would equal my entire ring earnings, and they have it handed to them for six or ten rounds on no-decision fighting. 'Jim Jeffries was the greatest fighter that ever lived. I say so because I fought him twice, and I trained him for that fight with ' Corbett. Do you know why he ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Willard Scales 211/2 Stone [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

Willard Scales 21'/2 Stone Jess Willard, the heavyweight champion of the world, is rapidly qualifying to fill the lucrative and not arduous position of fat man ot the side-show of the circus in which he is the bright particular star (says a writer in the New York Sun). Willard is now said to scale 211st, and he puffs so furiously when boxing with his sparring partners that the manage ment is considering the advisability of apply ing a Maxim silencer to the big fellow's breath ing apparatus. Not only are Willard's efforts at bo:;in5 marvelled at by the onlookers because of the I evident strain on him, but even the kindness j of the management in cutting the rounds to | 90 seconds each has not helped the matter to j an appreciable extent. . Experts in training estimate that if Willard ] started to fit himself for a championship con test it would take him two years to get into ordinarily . good condition. Therefore, as a boxer, Willard is the victim of his own moun tainous growth, alth...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Stanley Wootton [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

To Stanley Wootton Stanley, your name in far less strenuous days. Held famous for your victories on the flat. Now shows that when a sportsman true essays A sterner task, he will not flinch at that. Impatient crowds have waited for your start. Loosed from the 'gate' that held your fan cied mount. You threw in racing all you had — your heart. weaving :o omers wnat tney naa to count. But England wanted more than peace-time sport — Her best blood poured upon a nobler field ! Actions have shown she never shall fall short — The Spartan cry — 'Dead, or with pierced shield.' Yours has it been to see your number given Full oft as winner — backer's gain or loss. The ??Ball' displayed that for which you had striven, A 'Ball' those dairs — now Military Cross. Upon a deadlier, bloodier field of fight. You've shown a jockey's impulse — Out to win. I; mattered not if things grew rather tight. You knew whin it was yours to enter in. Tile race-crowd's cry of 'Wootton — Stanley's won — I told you so ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENSINGTON GOLF MUST COURSE BE ALTERED?-ARGUMENTS AGAINST A Kensington Admirer writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

KENSINGTON GOLF MUS.T COURSE BE ALTERED ?- ARGUMENTS AGAINST By TEE TEE. A Kensincton Admirer wHt«*« ?«- I The scheme proposed by Mr. D'Arcy, vir., to abolish the ladies' course at Kensington, and ssk the Land Company to relieve the dub of 60 acres of the land round the border of the course, has created a good deal of discussion among golfers, and, as you wrote strongly in favor of the scheme in last week's Arrow, I rrink It WOUld be onlv fair if vnn wnnM h» cr good as to publish some views on the other ride of the question, erpecially as the position you take up was in opposition to th; general feeling expressed by members at the last meet- , mg, after hearing argument on both sides. ' One would imagine, to listen to the argu ments, with threats of dark calamities, ad vanced by some of those who ate so anxious U- close the ladies' course, that if the club did not adopt that scheme now, they would never . be able to do so. The sensible view seems to ! me. however, to be that the cou...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

SAILING - 18 FOOTERS HACK TODAY (XATIRDAY). TWO HEATS AM) r'INAI.. 21 KNTRIES. SVUXKV KliYINli SO.rA.MION. StMmrr. KU/GOA ami RORKE folio*, luring STKIMIKN-KTUKKT 2.30. POINT -STREET S.», DARMNU MTtKCT i«, KOilT UACQI.'ABIR 3.6 and 3.11. IcnlIinB UJUIK ISLAND, -'-litre race mty hi- hnred from' ? tart to finish. Ladies M, Gentlemen 1/. ?????.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING RACES ON THE HARBOUR THIS AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

SAILING RACES ON THE HARBOUR THIS AFTERNOON By TOM CRINGLE. The squadron will cater for the 18-footers in their first season's fixture this afternoon. As the triangular course is very popular, the two neats ana a final will doubtless attract a big ;rciwd aboard the two steamers to follow :he event. Handicaps are : — First heat : Kismet » ? ' — — ???? r t ?* — ? t u^ut \j« utiniii/ «uu J^IIICI in. Rodrick), Jmin; Mavis (F. W. Moppett), lmin; Moyana (W. C. Duncan). Umin; Quibree (O. laylor), Mississippi (R. W. Budnick), and Pastime (S. Richardson), ljmin; Vision (J. T. Robinson). 2min ; Enid (J. M. Fi-rth), 3Jmin. Second heat : Australian (Chris. Webb), scr; Rosctt= (C. Newton). Jmin; Golding (R. Bcasliell) and Boronia (H. Rodrick), Jmin; Sunny South (H. Collins). Umin; Arline (W. Edney), ljmin; Advance (H. E. Thompson), lj.-nin; Swastika (P. Harry). 2min; Desdemoni (A. C. Roberts). 2imin; Acme (G. Hones), 3&min. The prize-money is : First in each heat. £4; se:ond. £2; third. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. Auburn Xevrtown AnccLtidile ? Fil&cv 1 Emporium Uunrood I'ren nalmain Petersham llelmor- 1-arrlnutU Uonconi. UockdiK- flvde rcandnlck tlociutoo Dockvard nan-lair'. Initltiitt lattern Suburb* - M.-tfcorsr (Jovr. .printing Office. Sjdncy RcUUen Une toe _ .-vdnri- LeHon of Kr^ntirrrmfp 'rtr/* Dspirtli'C III land. r-.-rA«mrnt ' w-n«n Subnrh* Mjrric'.nll- W«wl« Metropolitan lorlfhire fonet/ Nonh Svdne/

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING JACK BOOTH'S FASTEST MILE EVER RIDDEN ON TRACK OR ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

MOTOR CYCLING JACK BOOTH'S FASTEST MILE EVER RIDDEN ON TRACK OR ROAD By BEDE CARROLL. The talk of tht motor-cycling world— or what is left of it — is Jack Booth's great per formance on Saturday last, in covering a mile on the road near Gswler, In South Australia, In the anonishlngly fast time of 35sec. Booth set out to improve upon his own Australian and world's road record of 37 3-5scc, and also to ccr.t tne world s net: mile on a motor-cycic oi 36fec, held by Lee Humiston, and established on one of the many fine tracks they have in America. Booth succeeded in beating both re cords. He lias now achlevc-l the ambition of his lifr— to be the holder of the fastest mile evor ridden By a motor cyclist. Booth's performance is truly phenomenal. To have ridden Euch a mile on a fine track would | have been a performance full of merit, but to average 102. & miles per hour on the road, a- the Victorian did. takes one's breath away. , What would the Australian champion do to the track ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALASIA'S RECORD SLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

AUSTRALASIA'S RECORD SLATE. The list of Australasian records for the motor cycle have up to the present never been com piled and published. From my records it ap pears as though the list is as published here under to-day. Enthusiasts will be interested in them, and they will be handy for future re ference. All records are made to be broken again some day. In the subjoined list it will be seen that E. G. Baker (U.S.A.) is the holder of a number of the records. He established them at Mortlake (Vic). In addition to being Australasian and world's record for the road. Jack Booth's mile Is the fastest ever ridden either on road or track; while E. G. Baker's figures for 500 miles, 1000 miles, and 24 hours are also world's best for either road or track. The records are as under : (JUJUtTER-iniX.-B. Ort'r iTa^.l. T h.p. IUrlfr DaridWD. 10 J-Cistc (S3 nj p.h.;. HALK-MILT.-J. Boo-.h lVk-.-. T h.p. Indian. Is «-5-cc (05.T5 to.p.h.). O.\K U1LE.-J. Booth. T h.p. Indian. S5«e (10!» ra.p.h.). nVD M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

GENERAL NOTES. Jack Booth, while in Adelaide, Intends to make an attempt upon the 25 miles, 50 miles, and 100 miles records. His ambition is to beat the time put up in competition for the century In Melbourne by JJ. A. Parsons, of SBmin. Mr. w. M. Pqarson, a prominent member of the Victorian Motor Cycle Club, is on a visit to Sydney. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rhodes arr on a holiday tour in New Zealand, and have taken their side car with them. ^ In lieu of competitions and pleasure trips, the Victorian Motor Cycle Club will confine its Future operations to side-car outingr. to wounded soldiers. Mr. J. Gulline, a popular committeeman of the Vitcorian Club, has resigned, owing to tak ing up his residence in Tasmania.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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