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THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP LAST WEEK'S SOVEREIGN WINNER : WILLIAM YOUNGER, 25 WATERLOO STREET, SURRY HILLS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP LAST WEEK'S SOVEREIGN WINNER : WILLIAM YOUNGER, 25 WATERLOO STREET, SURRY HILLS THE FIRST PERSON WHO PRESENTS HIMSELF ATT'HK ARROW OFFICE, 135-138 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, AND IS IDHNTnmm ic «»,„ PAID ONE SOVEREIGN. THE EDITOR'S DECISION IS FINAL; IDENTIFICATION ENTRUSTED TO A MEMBER OF THE ARi?F THE GR0UP- W'-L BS

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

BAKER'S STADIUM I1. :'..:.jl I'irviii. ? . I1KU. 1.. IIAKKK. TO-NIGHT. AT 0.30. INTERNATIONAL HEAVYWEIGHT CONTEST. ; TiBAicEY v. McMAHON Fir-t Preliminary 7.4.-.- ll.l.l.V l:u»- , i(n\ -.-.ill |l. -. ,. ? I rr.-liniii.jry ^.i-ITK. GRANT t. EDUIK V.-I.KAX. rtr»: 'Ir.wir ..!'?. IV..-: I., ill... . . :; .....| ?? . NEXT MONDAY. ;ic 8.30. STATE BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. » Vince &LACKBUKN v: Harry HOLMES - !:-.. mi» cm1 i:n:i.i: mimti.s i:\i-ii. Kin: Tl.i-orl. 7.I.'. : 'i' I!'1 ??'!V ' ''-l:-!'. HMtllV i;ll.l:\l\ ,. i;l.o. SKWISl'RY. ft p.m.; MAIN EVKST, ' STADIUM 'PO1'' Ni:,\T WEDNESDAY NIGHT. AT 8 P.M. ? ? Tralnil'' K.\lii!.itiu»- l'» .IIMMV 'I.UIin. IIIKU h..n. Uul OIIMOl'SK BURKS. OWEN CAIRNS, «nd othen. [ f-i. limn l' i oi ?-?? linw.ii i..'ii:i;i. mi.\m- ..ml H.Sllltv HKMI.MI. AJ-o Bin- Jruv ol Vaudeville talent.' \'r (??'?' I lii-'-''.it -...!?!. I ??? l.-r.»-c.\ 1 : l.aiJK-, I. Io j.'l par-. IJinjiidc »«[» nui tx Lookfd at Jlck-j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS GOSSIP The Pennant Plan [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

ISowO GO//IP ^ fetWfCorberr® The Pennant Plan Though bowls is as old as the hills, and there is nothing rcw under the sun, also ac spite that Sydney's bowlers have been discuss ing ways of playing their pennant competition tince the game took root in Australia at Botany so far oack that Captain Cook's first port of call was little changed from the primeval condition the great circumnavigator found the place in, it remained for Mr. A. Garden, St. George Club's delegate, to thrust a new suggestion into the discussion, with us every twelvemonth as to how the ensuing sea son's fight for the flag should be conducted, and his idea was rot without merit. Said he, in effect. 'Let us do without sections. Let us bring all clubs within the metropolitan area to gether, ana let cacil ciuu piay cvc.y u''n kiuu, also allow clubs v hich can muster eight rinks to bring them ill along. By this means.' Mr. Garden continued, 'every member of every competing body would have a hand in pen nant play at so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

MCMILLAN. DEERY & CO., LTD. BPCHTS DEPOT AND TOBACCONI3T& S3 CASTLEREAOH OTEEET (Opp. Uotel AmtnlU). CI8ARS, CISJiBETTES, TOBACCO. PlfES, ETq YOUB OLD FRIEND, JOE ANDREOLl HAS OPENED A COMMODIOUS, UP-TO-DATE 9 TABLE BILLIARD ROOM At 07 CASTLEIiEAGH ST. SYDNET (Neit Anguj and Robtrtion'i and Ke»r Tiioli Thtttri!).

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A.J.C. RULES AND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

A.J.f. WI.KS AMI RKC;L'!..«.T1ONS. Whenever the number or l-3rw. r'n!iiiniTii in a race 3J minutw Iv'nre the adve-tiiM li-ne nf martin; eieeedj ?0, ihfre -hall be a /wrrp;:ake» for Marlcr.. «- C rfr cttll. of the -%ddrri monev. Kntran^c !--? ('r ra.-.h rare, TKS Smi.I.lVi.c. ENTKIEM l.l/).-K 1 p.ni. nn MOSHAV, CT. CO. 131S. lirX). W. .». nOWF B.M.A. lluiWinc. .-?Ttrar}. ?f- Elirabethit. (near llnntT-it.'t, Sy-in^-

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING Latest Happenings and Coming Events of the Ring Tom McMahon will Test Tracey [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

? CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING # « '^r i ^5?^^v5' **~*~-5» (VV»«y -? «*v ?- -*-?- Latest Happenings and Coming Events of the Ring :: By W. F. Corbett Tom McMahon will Test Tracey Jim Tracey, a boxer much fancied by his ?hrewd and experienced mentor. Frit* Holland, will be well tested to-night at the Stadium ?when he stands up to Bear-cat Tom McMahon, the heavyweight of Jimmy Dime's bunch. McMahon is sure to do better than he did in op position to Les O'Donnell. The American feels filter, his managsr says. The climate or some thing else put him of:' his form for quite a Good while. Both Holland and Tracey saw McMahon in the rin= with Lcs O'Donnell. and I ko satisfied were they that the visitor would assist the lengthy youth's advance materially that they went after him and pot him. because, like Barkis. Bear-cat Tom was 'willin' ' and as McMahon and his Yankee pals were found willing some more, when a side stake was sug cestcd, why it just suited the Tracey-Hol'and combination ri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE SCRATCHINGS V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. CUT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

, LATE SCRATCH1NCS V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. CAfLPTRLD CVr. Uncle Sara, Pc-.ohcr 19, 2.10 p.m. Andr!o«a.-Octobr.- 13. ili p.m. WYU.S'A S-tEEPl.KCliA!?!:.— l.iuvre. OBV llir'lDLl:.--C»ihie. UWYN S'L'RSt'nY.— Sh.r.v-11. MOOHA *M-'f.TM'.--Mara. WINDSOK HAVJM'.-'.P.-Col'jjr', Sydian. V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. MrXBOt-'R-VE CIT. Vole, Oct. 17, 11.13 a.m. Tahaaeo, Oct. 17, 11. tt a.m. OaUriii... Oct. 17. 11.13 a.m. GaUipoli. »t. 17, 11. IS a-m. lilonhrae. IV. 17. 11. IS a.m. Galen, ito. 1*. 1S.*i y.m. AU, JStnAOEMKSTS.— Ru«hwnh. Oadlbont Clrde ridc, JLilkin. -iai. Thr,* mar, .-Srrtiaru r.arlln. 'Aooak. ?Wn/LIAMSTOWS CI'P.— lx-ns Hi-ef, Crinso. «!act Earl.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROSEHILL RACES SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1915. THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

ROSEHILL RACES SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1915. tiii: iiL'Rm.i: rno:. A handicap of li, --*v». C nr!*5. TIIK ni'NPJAS ilAMIH.U1. Of lii .snv... i! .'iirlnno. TIIK MI!;-KRV MARKS. A Mrviicap of 111 Sov-. ui:h j sv(-«p-tsVes Of 1 10 r. faeh for »t.ir*er» adiieH. lor t«o ?'ir-elds. l{ tur. ''' ' THE GRAyVTJ.LK STAKES. A handicap it \'- So-'-. Kor all hrrs^ ihat hi''* neret ?«on a Him prirc In a Flat llaee lMaid»n,KJCc e.v rented), exceeding the nluc of 75 ion at time of « aru '*' ' Ti'ib' ROSEHILL HANDICAP. Or li- Soi*. 1| mile. THK I'11'H IIAM-ll.'AP. O! 100 Sots. Lo«c-t lun-lii-jp. -Ari3hi, 7.7. 1 mile.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIFLE METROP. GRADE MATCHES: OPENING SHOOT TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

THE RIFLE METROP. GRADE MATCHES OPENINC SHOOT TO-DAY By RANGE-FINDER. [?] No5rrsvsdunbcu;bvrSydRn^kdaIe B GRADE. 300 yards. 12 competitors- - Rrndd!w^prKdva-icColonial s'Kir c°- i £-!' Bo!rd V',Rjndwick Institute. J Cockatoo A v. Yorkshire B. : C GRADE. .100 yards. 30 competitor.. ! Reristrar General's Dept. v. Railways B. Halmain A v. Petersham. ! South Sydney v. Wunderlich Strathficld v. Palace Emporium j Centra! Cumberland v. Legion frontiersmen. } Concord B v. Auburn I Metropolitan v. A.M.P. Society. Chatswood v. Cockatoo Dock B Roscvillc v Public Works Department. Handwick C v. Waverlcy A Hochddle C v. N. Sydney D.' Sydney v. Water Board ' Bankstown v. Gcvt. Printinp Office A. Sutherland v. Western Suburbs. Kjnd'rick Inatitulc v. Parramatta. ft GRADE. 200 yard*. 21 competitor*— Annandalc v. S'dncv Harbor Trust Balmain v. Callan Piirk. ' ?? Press v. Palace Emporium. I.ane Cove v. ChaUwood Eastwood v. Roscville. Hornsby v. Waverlcy. 0 Warehousemen v. Govt. Printing Office. Edgecl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING RETURNED SOLDIERS' FUND MEETING A BIG SUCCEDS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

MOTORCYCLING RETURNED SOLDIERS' FUND MEETING A BIG SUCCEDS By BEDE CARROLL. MoVor°Cv'l l^«.P'»'Poned.' the Tamworth' on 'he C^lc^VonS^c^c'^-^ en ,??-. ^ ':c Cirk' *'sociation :™nc!«l out '' ,'?'? 7':--- The whole of tl:c proceeds '?ochtio' l° thc Rcuirne-i Soldiers' As -$£?£ -^^d^he^^e machir^badi;'^.1' '««?'«? » h' forS°£Cm°p! ^/tavcTc' 'dtairic'' '°- '''T Ijood indeed. '' nnd lht ndm' ' The first event v.-», the Novice Handicap. 3 i miles, in which tne resu!t» were :— First hca' tali). OOser. I. I'.nal: Patterson 1, Roger* 2 Time, Srrun 9 3-5scc. ^nS^r^rd&^t^^V.^' 4min 3sec. Final: Rosers 1. Campbell, 2. time, 5min 16 2-Ssec. The energetic secretary rode well indeed en a Triumph to fill second The under 560 c.c. handicap produced the race of the day Reg Pcarcc declared that it was the best *go' he has ever witnessed -oopcr (Triumph) and Norlick (T.T. Norton) for the whole four laps were a length or less apart. It was a treat v.-atching these two men in the first heat overh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL-BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

SMALL-BORE NOTES. A Melbourne paper publishes the 'oUowinc ? 'Proposals are under, way for the ho dine of a home-and-home miniature rifle match, be tween teams representing Victoria and New South Wales. The conditions suggested arc 40 men aside, shooting at 25 yards, decimal tar gets, under ordinary miniature ransc arrange ments. It is probable that Queensland may join in. Apparently the reference is to the contest that has just been arrenged to take place be tween teams of 25, representing this State and South Australia. The promoter of tt-e match would be only too glad to hear that either Victoria or Queensland is prepared to take part, for he hopes to make the N.S. Wales ver sus South Australia fixture the forerunner of an annual Interstate miniature competition in which each State of the Commonwealth will be represented. A general practice is to be held on the Sports Ground range on Thursday. October 26, and en that occasion the N.S. Wales team will be finally selected. The foll...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING By PILOT. OBY HURDLE: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING By PILOT. OBY HURDLE : MASTER REGEL ? I Hohpoblin ? 2 Macnaughty ? 3 GWYN NURSK.RY : PERCOLATOR ? 1 Trillion ? .. 2 Haylass ? 3 CAULFIELD CUP: SASANOF ? 1 Polycrates ? 2 Lavtndo or Torbane.. .... .; .. 3 WYUNA STEEPLECHASE: MOONBARRA .. .. .. .. .... 1 Westaway ? .. 2 New York ? ,.3 WINDSOR HANDICAP : ' WEDGE ? .. 1 Pilbarra ? 2 Uobador ? 3 MOORA WELTER : HOPRIG or EDRINGTON ..... 1 Allegory ? 2 ; Windlesham ? 3 j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
By THE SCOUT. CAULFIELD CUP : [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

By THE SCOUT. j CAULFIELD CUP : ! LAVENDO ? 1 Sasanof ? 2 ' Polycrates ? 3 i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIDERS FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

RIDERS FOR TO-DAY. Some of the riders for to-day arc as follow : Lavendo— W. I'oulsham. Cctisr.e— J. Killom or K. Bracken. 1 Amata — L. Fisher. Green Cap— W. P. Burn. Wallalo— P. Kelly. Aides— H. Cairns. Blague— W. Smart. Polycrates — M. Connell. High Rock— G. Harrison. Pretty Bobby — r. Herbert. Canzonc^ — F. Foley. Sunbury — G. Lambert. Shepherd Xing— R. Lewis Maltravcrs— A. P. Whicker. Lucky Escape — L. Sicly. Torbane— F. Dompscy. Bee— E. J. McFlynn. Two Blues— W. Crockett. Sasanof— Probably F. RusseU Pochee — G. Rixon. Racl Lorin— H. Bird.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME WEIGHT COMPARISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

SOME WEIGHT COMPARISONS. Appended will be found some tables of ' weights carried by Cup candidates in recent ' important big races both at Randwick and Caulfield, together with the positions occupied ' by the various competitors. The outside column shows the weights to be carried by the respective candidates in the Caulfield Cup. SPRING STAKES— U mile. ! Sasanof.. . . 7 4 .. 1st .. 6 11 ! Bee ? SO .. 2nd .. 8 3 Wallalo .... 9 3 .. - Last .. 8 6 METROPOLITAN— 15 mile. Cetigne.. ..9 3 .. 3rd .. 9 2 ! Bee ? 8 9 . . 6th .. 8 3 1 Polycrates ..84 . . 2nd . . 84 ! Pretty Bobby 7 7 . . 8th . . 7 12 Two -Blues.. 7 5 .. — .. 74 CAULFIELD STAKES— 9 furlongs. lLavendo ..9 1 .. 1st ..9 4 ! Amata ? 8 13 .. 5th .. 9 2 ! Sheph'd King 9 4 .. 6th .. 7 7 Green Cap.. 9 1 ..8th .. : 8 5 Canzone .. 9 4 .. 9th .. 7 7 Aides .... 9 4 .. Last .. 8 5 TOORAK HANDICAP— 1 mile. Rael Locin.. 6 7 .. 1st .'. 6 7 Blague.. .. 9 1 ... 2nd .. 8 5 High Rock 7 13 .. 3rd .. 8 1 Maltravers.. 8 5 .. — .. 74 Lucky Escape 6 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING THIRD DAU—SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21. OBY HURDLE RACE. 2miles [?] (To start at [?] p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING .THIRD DAY— SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21. *- ? OBY Ul-KOLi: RACE. t rnllei* 1 fiirJnr.j; 64 yards. (To ilirt at 1.30 p.m.) °-' ? 11 n rnrdelier ? 10 3 £-*? ?? ? ? II 5 Marnauchty ? I 11 Mu*-r n-s,l .. ..,1 1 I'.nk ll.ly .. 1.' -'-???«? Ru!* .. .. .. 111 II l!i,,rn,K.k ? 9 7 1t»U-'U ? 10 11 Sir ,.rim ? „ - '??''n ? 11) n Hjir.olll ? 0 6 Honiropjj ? 11 7 (,4|,_,,,- ? ,j ;i r»T*l ? 10 f, .Mmo .. ? » 3 SSS18^:; :: :: i; 2 Sr'ssm :: :: 3 :: u^uT. v. v. :: !?, ?] K''s'* oh'- ?? ?? 9U GVi-S MJBSFJIT-6 hirlonjti. Po nut il 2.C0 p.m.) -t Ib rt lh S«arao» ........ a ; x,n,r s,kf, .. „ - n Tnzaz ? 5 i» MicjdJtn: ? 7 » t™™' ? 8 7 Great Cawar .... 7 » Aottcil ? « « Miiun» ; 9 Thrice ? * i Trillion ? 7 It F«to!»ter ? fc .-, Imw, ? ; j Low rl«»tr ? j, i ijd- Krj- ? 7 .« Pr»ur -i»i ? 8i OrinlhU ? 7 t i« Roimd ? i i ivron'i ? 7 « lUndOTVm ? 7 13 Cuw» ? 7 8 Tbt Dit ? 7 1.1 'ftlitrr ? 7 u Pnn« Rortl .. .. 7 1.1 s»m t'omcd.v .... 7 d Woorlnjln ? 7 13 UlxNtc ? 7 S...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARWICK FARM MAIDEN HANDICAP. (To start at [?] p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

WARWICK FARM MAIDEN HANDICAP. (To iL.rt .t ilo p.m.j A nandlcip of ?« »ot.. atcond horx )0 wan, iM third lionw » wra irom tn- jn.-r. J-nr .U horan ii-.t hare ' SrionS. * '' '' ''C '*l ' l'c ''' °' '''''''?? Mr. P. Keilh- b h SNOW KLNO. (yra ? % 's ir-' all'u'n* br h »'-»Ti:ttiJiiUH (inp-). 1!1'.;1' i-lil''*:' '?' '' t'i'ii:' wiirrV: w.iii- lu«;:.,, * 3 iir.' j A.hVi ,i.r i- lifwij;.'!.™ :: :: :: ::::,:? -!f. ». lluflrrn. i.r g hash \uii:i air, » i «r- u- 'i:- ^?.'?'''''?' -? * »V«i!;i.V)u. %;; :: t J.':l:«!inV:t,ssl!i!!ffiI;r,.r-' - : i Hi. -A. Tre»rl-anV I.r 1,1 l.il.l'.l.--A.\;/\iinV.i! ur- ^A', TrcviijjnV1' I.'ii,'laTAM.V «'i»ip.'i,'i-n * - Mr. T. I'. Joluuim'. h :.. IHIKSI, un . , '? Mr». Wliik'how'i hr o inn u .?\iiJF 'i«i» ' ' ?' Mr. .\. jana.MU', l.n : 1.1. i A.\ \,'j.'rs ' ' ., * Mi. J. Aiti,ra°t i- i i;aiih::, 'n'rl ' ? - ??'? X: I *'? ?.w''-. '?.-? ?M...!A\.iNM,;:!;Vn :: ; li Mr. T.'llJiinVu.:i i.r V l.i.\VUii.i.\, VvrV .V ' ' ; !?? Jli. W. A. ii.», t. s i.am,«m:u.\; ;:Jr»...

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ROSEBERY RACES (To take place at Kensington.) MAIDEN HANDICAP—[?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

ROSEBERY RACES (To late r--ce at Kensington.) JUIDEN HAXniCAP-J, furl'ns*. t*. Ib it In TlllrvV Brolhcr.. .. S 12 Br«r.v.b ? 7 7 Urly' Zillljh ? 5 !- Caro» ? 7 7 lJii.1- O'lliorc ? R 7 Abcx ? 7 i I Nanimara ? S . HaltJ l.lp- ? 7 5 ; Ivy (.'cranium .. .. .i 7 H!:ial«ng ? 7 .'. j ? Write Mmvt ? S :. Itutu- ? 7 a ' ll.chlu:.^ ? S .'. (Irra.. ? 7 i- i Clclms'orJ ? - ?'? Master llunls .... 7 S JlcBfJun ? - ?: Livonia ? 7 3 Your l'alm ? ?? I Creyllcld ? 7 .1 ! Yeneiia ? -? 1 Fhvhurrt ? 7 .1 | ra.Mjia.Urr ? .- I The (lamester .. ? ? 7 S Kim Uroic ? 7 l» Ma.ti-r Careena .. .. 7 .T Manchester ? 7 1:: J.ilici lUyneM .. .. 7 ?'? Itoclimen.l ? 7 II Vmlnvi ? T 3 Itclated ? 7 II Jli.x Rnr.v ? 7 3 Hctal Chanter .. .. 7 ll Whmun C ? 7 5 llelmori! ? 7 S .1 1 rite ? 7 .1 l.:.rrj ni:M ? 7 \i Jlratr' llnward .... 7 I l-nincry ? 7 !i lli.nar.l U,ly ....71 NepU ? 7 !- Philip'* Chance.. ..711 L- J'arl. ? 7 1/ Ai.rie II ? 7 1 (Jowl Slwt ? .' 7 jcnnllh ? 7 1 W.talons ? ' ! lloxar,! Maid .... 7 1 Hay Huhy ? ...

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MELBOURNE TURF NEWS SELECTIONS BY CRANBROOK. MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

MELBOURNE TURF NEWS SELECTIONS BY CRANBROOK. MELBOURNE. Friday. Cranbrook's selections Cor the final day of. the V.A.T.C. Spring Meeting are as follow :— OBY HURDLE : DIAVOLO or CORONATUS. GWYN NURSERY : PERCOLATOR or FRANZAC. CAULFIELD CUP : TORBANE or LAVENDO ? 1 Racl Locin ? 2 Polycratea ? 3 WYUNA STEEPLE : RENDROCK or NEW YORK. WINDSOR HANDICAP : LORD BOBADIL or BOBADOR. MOORA WELTER ; COUNT ANDRIA or AURIFER. J. Ettershank, the jockey, has passed for active service, and will go into camp next week. At Caulfield this morning Sasanof, assisted by Cheloma, ran six furlongs in l.lij, the last five furlongs in 1.2. Public fancies for the Caulfield Cup are : Torbane, Shepherd King, Sasanof, Lavcndo. and Bee. Two hundTed and thirty-three nominations have been received for next Wednesday's meet ing of the Victoria Park Racing Club. Special trams will convey patrons -to and from the gates of the. course, and a start will be made at 1 p.m. -ii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui)iiinii ! THE ARROW IS ON 8...

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LATEST BETTING CAULFIELD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

LATEST BETTING CAULFIELD CUP. Torbane':i duil win at the meeting has 'i.tI the result of brinzinc. him down to the posi tion of actual lavorilc. a shade rhorter than his stablcmate. l.avcrmo. and Sananof. Pclv crate.i and Shepherd King are together nest, only a little in front o! Bcc. who is r.jr cceded by Cerjcnc. then Gtcen Cap and Wolarni. I while some distance away come Canzone. R.ic! 1 Locin and Wallaln. Amata. Sunhury and HicJ- , Rock are on the next mark, while nn that stu cceding arc Aide.. Blague, Pochcc. Pretty Bobby and Two Blues. I

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