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MOONEE VALLEY RACES SELECTIONS BY PILOT. HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
MOONEE VALLEY RACES SELECTIONS BY PILOT. HURDLE RACE : MACNAUGHTY ? 1 Hobgoblin ? .. 2 Golden Rest ? 3 ST. ALBANS HANDICAP : ANTTOIL ? 1 Quillion ? 2 Lucy Malt .. ? 3 PHCENIX HANDICAP: SUNBURY ? J Pilbarra ? 2 Allegory or Agathon ? 3 MOONEE VALLEY CUP: DAME QUICKLY ? 1 Eastcourt ? 2 Bee ? 3 STEEPLECHASE : MOONBARRA ? 1 Mynot ? 2 Westaway ? i .. .. 3 WELTER HANDICAP : GOLD PAINTING or SHRILL .. 1 Lady Mola ? 2 Itys ? 3
MOONEE VALLEY RACES HURDLE RACE. Of 150 [?] (To start at 2 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
MOONEE VALLEY RACES HfRUIj; RACE. Of lio sow. J miles. iTo Ktn at 2 p.m.) tt ib „ n, Kooj-a ? ll I.' Archippm ? 5 .'. Homf Rulr ? II 3 Kpiwv ? !. .-, Master Itfgal ? II 3 Anrel.c ? n 5 l^-.-.donder.y ? II ll W.trrcjtr ? n i Wert.pi ? ii 0 llirp:ini Aren .. .. a .1 New lork ? 1.1 8 K!f.. Mijor ? 0 2 'ia-o:o ? 10 fl ISlind Murphr .... 3 : Holcnl.lin ? 10 « l«rd Unaerp' ? 9 1 (Vmlriicr ? in s !.„!» j.-,hi3ime: .... l- 1 f*n I.Mndm ? in o Welbcek ? no Maeniusiily ? t 12 Ijly fnndcriand.. ..0 0 (i«lifrn licit ? 9 11 Sjr/JMi ? go Al!eenan.v ? 99 llrldon ? 90 ILippr Knight .. .. 9 .1 ST. AMIAXS ILVSD1CAP. Of too son. For t «o-yea rolds. 4 furlonjm. (To star: at 2.33 p.m.) Kprus ? ps Santa Uartwra .... 7 8 1'Jh Klne ? 0 13 Sorncltc ? 7 a T''''^ ? « 1 Lady hey ? 7 a Luteplaycr ? « 7 Stracko ? 7 7 Anttoil ? S3 Muthu ? to Sea Bound ? s i- Allrcrra ? 7 0 Jiojil ««jerre ....so Penian Plume .... 7 0 Quillion ? a 0 Lady Zelda ? 7 « Mount Hint ? : 13 Sentronellc ? TO Field Glisi ? 7 13 Onesimui ? 7...
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME CANTERBURY PARK RACES FLYING HANDICAP. (To start it 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME . ? *- ? CANTERBURY PARK RACES FLYING HANDICAP. (To rtin « J.SO p.m.) 01 100 son : treond hone 2.1 tors, anil third bora 10 «''- Irom the prire. The ulnncr ol «n» btnillnp J»t nee. after the ilccUralion of U10 wdghit, to cjrry .lh extra; of two or more fi.di handicap, 101b e«r«. 6 furious*. Mr. J. Ir*-ln's br p MV paiji, jvn ? 8 10 M.% W. flooth'. 1, m MSMU.'o-rl ? 3 11) tr. G. M. Slite'. ch h oil.UlA'(irap.). iyn, inc. »lb pen ? S g llr. A. Collins' b B AK1L. S,tj .'. ? 3 7 l'r. -n. U-miV b m si. IIOdALINE, 4jn ..8 7 Ur. n. J. tiarlllc'a br g IMRKACONDA, iyn ..S3 Mr. P. Keith's ih li ijnxv.s I1WT, Zyn .... 8 5 lir. II. It. Munro'i b K TO.VY HLUK. *yn .. .. s 3 llr. .1. ].lryd-» |,r c llAI!l.i:V WATEII, agetl .. S - Mr. C. .-hinnon- b m SIVCKT HALT, ap*l ....S3 Mi. H. Cunlon's br r loltl) HALT. 4yr« ? 7 13 Vr. K. r. Walker's b in CWONIA. 4..r» ? 7 3 Mr. P. Nolan's h or br h DICK WKIXJKWOOD. ?yn ? T j Mr. R. WoaltnnV b h TRKAimXI. (Imp.l. -vr» ? 0 Mr. R. II. M...
SPORT ODDS AND ENDS SPORTS GROUND CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
SPORT ODDS AND ENDS SPORTS GROUND CYCLING. Fifteen mcmbeTS of the Central Cumberland Club put in an appearance at the Sports Ground on Wednesday evening, when the club opened its night racing season. The feature of the racing was the fine form by Frank Watson, who won the treble ? two handicaps and a three miles scratch race. Wat son started from the 25yds mark in the half mile, and 50yds in the mile. Andy Anlezark finished second in the three events. Watson is riding well, and promises to share in the big prize money at the Eight-Hour sports.
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY CANTERBURY PARK RACE MEETING By PILOT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY . CANTERBURY PARK RACE MEETING ___ By PILOT KHAFF™G 'ANDICAP s Linera . . . , ? 1 Lord Malt ? | PRINCJEUS^PNA%E'ST^ESV ?' Bronzetti ... ? I Carafon ? '..'.'.'.'. '.'. ' ' 3 BAyRUTWARDs:MILE:'' , Lady Minnie'..'.;'. ? \ Sweet Malt .. ? | YOUNG ^pfii™8' ' ' x I Snow King ? V. '' ' \ Luuna or Davy Buchanan .. .'.' .'.' 3 ; nniCTAANJE^BURY 'ANDTCAP: ! w.th W.L.S. next best. CRUZOVTELTER.HAND.ICAP: . Kolapore ? '.'..'. ? 2 Snapdragon ? ' .'.' .'.' *| ' ' 3 By THE SCOUT FLYING HANDICAP: ST. ROSALINE ? 1 Lord Mslt ? . . 2 Sweet Malt ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES: CAP.AVON or PRINCESS PATH. STEWARDS' MILE: MYTHIC .. ..? ? 1 It's Funny ? 2 Sweet Malt ? 3 PARK STAKES: KRITHIA ? 1 Court Favorite ? 2 Queen Clarit ? 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP: ' ALBUNA ? 1 Dollar Dictator ? 2 W.L.S ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP: SNAPDRAGON ? 1 Scythion ? 2 Cruzot ? 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
Horn 1820— Still going strong. Inspector : ' We should like to christen it after you.' Johnnie Walker : ' How's that ? ' Inspector : 'Why, because it cannot be improved.' JOHN WALKER & SONS, Ltd.. Scotch Whisky Distillem. ? = ? KILMARNOCK. if e JL# 9 Mm ^# a% W & -S» JL A REG. A.J.C, V.R.C., Q.T.C. MEMBER TATT.'S, SYDNEY. . VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. CANTERBURY PARK TO-DAY V.R.C. DERBY MELBOURNE CUP PREPARED TO DO BUSINESS THESE E VENTS. . STRAIGHT OUT AND PLACE. ALSO SJV ALL CLIENTS ASSURED OF BEST MARKET PRICES ASK FOR CHARTS WTEtf^fffrlU CITY TATTERSALL'S, SYDNEY. ? MT \WSt Sh REGISTERED A.J.C. LEGER, CANTERBURY, SATURDAY DERBY & CUP, AND MELBOURNE CUP NO AMOUNT TOO LARGE OR SMALL I, 2, 3-ALL EVENTS-1, 2 3 SUFFICIENT ADDRESS— W. POPE, SYDNEY. S.P. ON ALL EVENTS DICK LEONARD REGISTERED A.J.C. AND V.R.C MEMBER CITY TATT.'S, SYDNEY, VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE CUP S.P. ON ALL EVENTS Commissions Executed on all Government Licensed Racecourse*. ASK FOR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
700 SOVS PRIZE MONEY. ASCOTJIACES. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1S16. WBLTEIt 11A-O-ICAP. 100 Bora, i fnrlanj*. Lowrst weight 8st MAIDEN HANDICAP, 100 Sara., 8 fnrioBgs. FLYINU HANDICAP, 100 Sots, 7 lurlongi. 14.2 HANDICAP, 100 Son, i furlongs. 14.0 HANDICAP, 100 Sor», I furlongs. ASCOT HANDICAP, 100 Saw, 1 mile 1 rnrlooj BOrda. 14.1 HANDICAP. HO Sots, D furlongs. NOMINATIONS CIX)=E 5 P.M. TiIUKSDAT JffiXT NOVEMBER S, 1016. ' Weights '*ni be declared on or about SATUI1DAT. November 4. ' For further particulars. Bee programme. J. UNDERHILL, Seortarr. Bclmont Buildinss, 15 Castlereaffb-«treet. KENSINGTON RACING CLUB NOTICE TO BOOKMAKERS. BECISTRATION FEES for abort Cteb for QOAJMiai E.SDKG DECEiUWM SI. 1010, MUST BE PAH) to tbf Secretary on or before 6 p.m. on MONDAY NEXT, OC TOUtUl 30. 1010. SOTK.— iNo tea will be received on the count* J. UXDEBUILL, Secretary. Behnont Buildings, 15 Castlcreagb-rtreet. ''SATURDAY REFEREE'' SUBSCRIPTION FORM Subscription ratei rmtfuOlnr P«nji), pajibl* la i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
SAILING - 18 FOOTERS' RACE, TO-DAY (SATURDAY). TWO UKATS AND FINAL. 21 ENTRIES. £35 TRIZES. SYDNKY FLYING SIJl'ADROX. Steamers KULCUA and KUUKE follow, leivlng STKPIIEN-ST. -'?!», JOIIN-ST. 2.35, DAKLI.N'CST. 2.U. FORT MACQI.'AItlK 3.5 and 3-10, ralllnK LLAKK ISLAND where race may be viewed aiirc to Uniik. 1.AD1B3 W. UKiTLEJUtti V.
SAILING ABOUT THE 18-FOOTERS ON SYDNEY HARBOR [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
SAILING ABOUT THE 18-FOOTERS ON SYDNEY HARBOR By TOM CRINGLE. When Scot led Mavis at the first mark it seemed improbable that she would hold the place long, sccins; that the next side was a lead, but Smith's craft took a lot of wearing down, and did not lose the lead until the final leg had been almost completed. Kismet, under a cloud of canvas and a start from the scratch craft, Australian, also passed Scot. Pastime sailed well considering that she is a high wooded boat, better able to battle along it, a sea than the placid water of las; week-end. Moyana sailed disappointingly, though in the early stage of her heat she threatened to make a bid for victory. Australian, on scratch, was not carrying I enough canvas to make those ahead of her have any qualms regarding a likely victory for Webb's charfc. With a mair.sai! better suited to a skiff, Quibrcc whipped the field in. Surely a joke on the part of her skipper to have such a rag aloft. The entry of Merlin amongst the 18's has not ...
BILL'S SOMNILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
BILL'S SOMNILOQUY. Bill Jones had been out dining, And out wining with the boys. And when at last he landed home He made a fearsome noise. With the latch key long he fumbled. Then he stumbled up the stairs ; He bumped into the table and Up ended all the chairs. Then, as though he had an illness. Came the stillness of the tomb. And it lasted till friend wifey Turned the light up in his room. She meant to roast the laggard, But he staggered like a Knut, Standing there before the mirror With his two eyes tightly shut. 'I can see,' said she, 'you've guzzled, But I'm puzzled mighty deep Why you stand before a mirror When you cannot even peep.' 'I guess you're right,' says Billy, 'I'm as silly as a sheep — I was trying — hie — love, to see just How I look when I'm asleep.'
BASEBALL MATCHES POSTPONED FROM REFERENDUM DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
BASEBALL ? ? ? MATCHES POSTPONED FROM REFERENDUM DAY By SAFE. Owing to the important Referendum to be decided to-day the management of the National Baseball League has decided to postpone all matches, which will be carried forward to next Saturday. The last mail brought some glorious letters frcm baseballcrs in the expeditionary forces, who are apparently having plenty of work, yet can see the bright side oJ everything. All re port good health and an increase In weight. Harry Dean (Petes) has put on three stone, and feels fit for anything. Wally Spiller (Leichhardt) writes in great heart, and says that although it is not all a bed of roses, the good counteracts the shortcomings. L:n Curtis (Cubs) has been wounded a second time (shot through the thigh), but is merry and bright. Bert Story (Cubs) and Rex Clark (Pete. Juniors) are with the camel corps in Egypt, and although kept very busy, have nothing but chierful news to convey. Art Greber (Peter sham Juniors) has been promoted lieut...
FISHING NOTES WEEK-END NOTES FOR LINE AND ROD [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
FISHING NOTES WEEK-END NOTES FOR LINE AND ROD By RAMBLER. High water : — To-day, 8.47 a.m. and 9.15 p.m. To-morrow, 9,29 a.m. and 10.3 p.m. j If free of nor'-easters there should be some decent fishing this week-end. Mr. J. B. Meyer, president of the Manly A.F.A, suggests altering the calendar and calling some other day Sun- ' day, jo persistently docs poor fishing weather adhere to the day when business people are : free. I Reports from Woy Woy show that if condi- I tions be normal there should be some good hauls. T'ne whiting will probably show up after a few warm days, and if natural bait — which wr.s too plentiful last week-end — has de creased, fish should be biting. j Fishermen at Pittwatcr arc meeting with fair success, and the reefs adjacent to Newport arc worth trying. ' Rockhoppcrs at Kurnell may get some good sport. Blackfish arc fairly plentiful, and there is always a chance of hooking a good groper or schnapper if the man on the quest is pro pcrly_cquippcd. ? Though bla...
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
TURF GOSSIP By THE SCOUT. Canterbury Park this afternoon. Also a meeting at Boolaroo. While the Cup meeting of the Moonee Valley Race Club takes place in Melbourne. Weights for the Williamstown Cup are due on Monday next Nominations for next Saturday's meeting of the Kensington Racing Club close with the secretary, Mr. J. Underhill, at 5 p.m. on Mon day, the 30th inst. The Anniversary meeting of the Western Australian Jockey Club was concluded on Tues day last. The Settlers' Plate, for two-year-olds, wai won by Bcrnlea. by imported Bernard from Moonlca. who cost Mr. P. Bolger 60ffs. at the yearling sales in Sydney iast year. The Anni versary Handicap went to Tardy, an aged gelding by Ruenalf from Languid. For such a short-priced favorite. Plantross ran a very poor race in the 14.2 Handicap at Victoria Park, in which she finished seventh. On the other hand, Goldenmore. who was also well backed at the close of the betting, tooi; the measure of the field inside the distance, and won ha...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. WAVERLEY: If you used the words 'half the stake,' you would have 2/ on Daddy Christ MRS. McGINN (Woolwich) : Twice. Once as a three-year-old by Presto II. In the Prix de Conseil Municipal at Masons-Laffitte (France), and again as a five-year-old by Bachelor's Button in the Ascot Gold Cup as a five-year-old. ? . ? Amongst olhcrs that were granted jockeys' licenses by the A.J.C. on Thursday last was W. Black. With the minimum weight Snapdragon, who rscd to carry the colors of Sir George Clifford in New Zealand, should be something more than a possibility for the Welter Handicap (1 miicl at Canterbury Park to-dr.;'. TrcFsady Maid, who won the second division of the Flyinr; Handicap at Victoria Park, was making her first appearance in open company, and beat the opposition in good style at the finish. This filly looks like making a name for herself later in races over a bit of distance. Final forfeits for tlic Victoria Derby are due at 4 p.m. on Thursday ncr.t....