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BOOLAROO TIPS By The Arrow Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
BOOLAROO TIPS By The Arrow Correspondent WELTER MILE HANDICAP: TE WHARE ? 1 Tony Blue ? 2 Anne Uolcyn ? 3 SHORTS HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. AYRMAIIER ? 1 Wauken Girl ? 2 New Brew ? 3 NOVICE HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. TEROONA ? 1 Lariness ? 2 Walwyn ? 3 OCTOBER HANDICAP— U mile. MELILLA ? 1 Halbronn ? .. 2 Persian Cat ? -. ? 3 FLYING WELTER HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. MISS CAIMAN ? 1 Cathedral ? 2 Flying Feather ? 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
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TO-DAY AND NEXT SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
TO-DAY AND NEXT SATURDAY Eleven horses engaged in the Moonee Valley ! Cup to-day arc in the V.R.C. Hotham Handi- ! cap next Saturday. The table of respective i wei;hts to be carried h as follows: ? j Moonee Hotham j Valley Cup. Handicap.! 11 mile. IJ mile. ; Costello ? 8.4 .. 8.3 Tosson ? 8.3 .. 8.2 | Aurifer ? 8.3 ' . . 8.0 Lady Mooltan ? 7.13 .. 7.12 | Defence ? 7.11 .. 7.9 Chief Secretary .. .. 7.10 .. 7.13 I Dame Quickly .... 7.7 .. 7.3 j Rosanna ? 7.5 .. 7.7 I Irish Comedy ? 6.J3 .. 6.12 \ Lucky Escape ? 6.11 .. 6.9 Orillia ? 6.7 .. 6.7
LATEST BETTING SHEPHERD KING SOLID FAVORITE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
LATEST BETTING SHEPHERD KING SOLID FAVORITE. Shepherd King has hardened again during the last day or two. and is now well clear of the second favorite, Kilboy. in Melbourne Cup speculation. Sasanof, Bursar, and Quino logist' share the next mark, and Aides, who has also shortened, the next, '.ingle is slightly in advance of Green Cap, Marculfus, Wolaroi, and Wallace Isinglass, who are succeeded by Cyklon, Eastcourt, Lavcndo, Prince Bardolph and Torbonc. V.R.C. DERBY. Kilboy retains his place well in advance of Wolaroi in the Derby betting, though Wola roi's 'rice has been reduced by reason of his fourth in the Caulficld Cup. Eastcourt and Ettcfred are next, followed by Stageland, Mchi King, and Thana, in that order. Three-year-olds have Tiad a good innings in the last ten years of the Melbourne Cup. for they have bad four wins — Poseidon 1906. Lord Nolan 1908. Prince Foote 1909, and Patrobas last year. In the eleven years prior to that period five won — Auraria, Newhavcn, Mcrriwec, C...
WINNING CUP NUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
WINNING CUP NUMBERS. As it may prove of interest to seekers after coincidences, the numbers carried by Melbourne Cup winners in the last 20 years arc appended: 1896— Newhaven . 11 190S— Blue Spec. 12 1897 — Gaulus.. .. 20 1907— Apologue .. 8 1898— T. Grafter.. 4 1908— L. Nolan .. 2'. 1899— Merriwee .. 22 1909— P. Footc .. 17 1900 — CL Sweep .. 23 1910— Com King.. 16 1901— Revenue .. 10 1911— T. Parisian 4 1902— T. Victory 3 1912— Piastre. . .. 14 1903 — L. Cardigan 22 1913— Posinatus .. 8 1904 — Acrasia.. .. 19 1914 — Kingsburgh 25 I 1906 — Poseidon .. 15 1915— Patrobas . . 19 ' Since 1884 every number from 1 to 26 (Auraria in 1895) has been carried except 5. 6. 7, 18, and 21. Carbine is the only winner to carry No, 1 saddlecloth. Although Cagou has a Brisbane Cup to his I credit with 9.13, it may be more than relatively harder to secure the Queensland Cup with 71b more. However, should he succeed, the trip Is sure to be particularly profitable to his lady owner.
SOUTH COAST PONY MEETING FRIDAY. OCTOBER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
SOUTH COAST PONY MEETING s FHIUAV. OCTODKR 7T. FOI'ltTEKN-ONK IIANDILAP, 5 furlnnr*.— I.ireirtte. liif (ilinapp— Opai|uc. 7.7 (l.oynj|. I; Masirr Ulenrock, 7.7 ISharpc). -2. inner KUrtera : Knlclit Kinc 7.11. ('arcymoore 7.7. Uittius : -i u- t v Livcrette. 2 to 1 ('arryiuooK or JLwti-r (ilcniwk, 3 tt- l Knisht Kin*, ('ttr.'-yinoorc and Knight Kins ran off jutt after tilt* nf.n. anil did not take anv |urt in the Bninh. Won by a linEth and a half. Time, llliiu V. l-'LVINl; HANDICAP, 0 lurlonoi.— SI. l^«n (imp.), br Lmnidu-FlyinE -!o!d Unxt. 7.7 (O. Walker) I; Tbe Ko«:l'T. 8.1 (tt. Moore), 2: I'rreloia, 7.13 (UrilBths). 3. Other starters : Happy Lady f.5. PwlUiti- U.S. Lizzie Wnukcn 7.7. Harbor 7.7. Atumn 7.7. llottine : 5 to 2 » llappv I_idv. 7 to 2 The Soothrr. 4 to t Prccioun. 5 to 1 61. Loon, S to 1 Lizric Wauktn. ? to 10 to I oticrs. Won by a leneth. Time, lmin 16vc. NOVIC'K HANDICAP, S furlongs.— MuTillo Hoy. by Murillo- Milkmaid. 7.7 (Malcolm), 1: AriKbt, S.3 (Mur. 1-liH, 2: .la...
BOWLS GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
[?] 3MVV?Corbeft@ The Sydney team for West Australia will, to dny. start on what promises to be as pleasur able a jaunt as. perhaps, the best this State's past, :mcl that is sayinc something. The latest message from the people whose guests the trip pers will be at the end of their journey is as follows : 'Truit for a representative party, in rlniiinf* Sticrrr l'.i'*.T'vt hinfr nrnmic^c nr^il ' Several ladies have been included in the com pany. The personnel of the combination is as follows : Messrs. J. S. Davis (Petersham), E. Brcssinnton, A. Rigney. John McClure. and E. S. Phippard (Randwick). W. Drake (Strath field). W. Clarke (Parramatta). D. Williams (Victoria Park). John Spcnce (Ashficld), Jas. Wall (Marrickville), H. C. Evans, R. S. Gay and M. Jenkins (Mosman). F V. Martin (Wavcrlcy) and Archie Howie. ' Mr. Howie Again For the information of those who have not know him as a bowler. I might state that Mr. Archie Howie was president of the City Club some years back, and among th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
THE COMPLEAT ANGLEU ! i 'Pray, Sir. of what Fraternity are you ?' ' ?'I =m. Sir, a Bro-.hcr of the Ansle.'1 ' PHILOSOPHERS and THINKERS by the store there have been, and MEN of ? ACTION cnoiii-li and to spare that have sHiucd the course of the WORLD, hu; a-, h I BENEFACTOR— one who has led our RACE into CONTEMPLATIVE PATHS j wherein a SANE and 1-LACID outlook t.n LIFE is engendered, there is none that can I compare with Good MASTER fSAAK WALTON. w!io wrote his dissertation o-i ft FISHING -oinc two and a half centurjes 050. It is the VADE M_CUM to ti-.c A Gentle ART o! ROD and LINF.. and If wt- bavc to admit 'oti-cr timer,, other iran- 3 ncrs,' its aprcal to that IRRESISTIBLE and PRIMAL INSTINCT for a Rc:ur:i to ii Nature is just :is insistent ar, ever. n To the BRETHREN of the ANGLE, therefore, we offer GREETINGS, and would draw their nttention to the list of GEAR we sell, with which i; is nouiblc to entire HEAVY BASKETS everv time, and the IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION in rcsa.-d- ' ther...
GREAT SIDE-CAR RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
GRKAT SIDE-CAR RECORD. By the last New Zealand mail news is ta hand of a very fine side-car performance from Christchurch to Hanmcr Sprincs and hack, which will take a Jot of beating. Astride .1 7 h.p. Harley-Davidson .and accompanied by a passenger in the side-car, Mr. H. Jones put up a record of 4h 44min for the trip of 174 miles, averaging a trifle over 30 miles per hour. 1 hough in the main the highways were in cood condition, the water-races were very high, and past Culverdcn there war, an extremely bad stretch of cut-up road that rescrr.hled a Hooded ploughed paddock more than a main route. So far as the weather was concerned, the condi tions were ideal — calm, and with bri:;ht sim shine. and early in the morning a frost. The run up, which was abrcluicly without incident, was accomplished in 2h lSmin, Jones arriving at the post office, llnnmcr Springs, at 7.43 a.m., being officially checked by the postmaster. Three minutes later he left again for the home run. and right up to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
f - '- ? % | When You Travel - jj Always take some Mar- i j ? teii's. .;?; , It's a trusty friend in f i need— the brandy of un- ? % ; equalled quality. . ... ,,y, g/ ? ' I* Fine Old Cognac. ! Dates from 1715. 'jj. v ? ? . ^ I The Referee,! | 'FOR THE BOYS IN j! 1 FRANCE AND ENGLAND | ft -_ ? ;y. ; . .....::...'..„. i*1 -j- Second-Lieut. Blackct, a Western Dis- & ? ,. (^ trict sportsman, now somewhere n-ar '^ $) Pozicres. writing to a friend, says: ' . . ,j) $' Referee and Sunday Times come to hand '?- S regularly. You would hardly believe it. '% $ but somc of the British commissioned '!- JJ] officers seem surprised when they t;iance [jj lj) at these productions, and they confess to j^ I?1 their ignorance in not knowing anything (f; £) about Australia. ;;j 'j; 'One chap said to me at lunch yester- '?- lii day: 'Why. your Sydney turns out a bet- Sj ^ tcr sporting paper than London.' I had r«i % to blush, old chap. ft jli 'But if you were here you would knew (j) ;;- the value ...
When Noss Was a Colt [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
When Noss Was a Colt Told by Not Out in The Referee last Wed .resday : 'It is not so far off thirty years since Frank Iredale and Sydney Gregory — who has not yet got into the flannels for Waverley — first appeared tosether in the colors of New South Wales. It was in one of .the odds matches against Queensland in 1889, the home team consisting of fifteen. It is getting on for ^s years since mat matcn, on the Albert Ground at Brisbane, then the home ground of the Queensland Association. It was the first official match with Queensland for 24 years, though a private team, comprised largely of members of the Carlton Club, played a few matches there in 1884. I believe that every one of the cicven which figured in the 1889 match, with one exception, is alive. Their names arc : S. P. Jones, Arthur Gregory, Gco. Cowper, H. Hiddlcstone, S. E. Gregory, F. A Iredale, S. T. Callaway, James Searle, Pcrcic Charlton, E. Ironsides, and Ernest Hume, who died while on tour in England as a visitor wit...
ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPORT Told by The Referee This Week [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
QNQt UPON] AT! ME a,, in Spogrj Told by The Referee This Week Mr. Etienne Livingstone dc Mestre died at his residence, Garryowcn, Moss Vale, on Sun day morning, ascd 84 years. He was a noted pa^on of the Turf in the early days, landed the first two Melbourne Cups with Archer, and later trained for the Hon. James White when that patron owned Chester, the winner of the Victorian Derby and Melbourne Cup in 1877. Mr. dc Mestre was a native of Sydney, and lived for a long time on the* Shoalhaven River. He leaves a family of six sons and three daughters. His racinc experiences went back about 65 years ago. when he first went over to Mel bourne with his father-in-law, Mr. Rowe, in the '50's. i\lr. Rowe then owned the famous Vcno. This was in the days of single matches, horse against horse, for wagers of considerable magnitude. Mr. Rowe backed his horse on that occasion for two matches, £1000 aside each, one again:;! Alice Hawthorne, owned by Mr. Chirnside. and the other against Van Tromp. ...
MY NEW LID. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
MY NEW LID. I bought a hat the other day. But not without the Bravest fears, It might appear a trifle Ray And wouldn't suit my style of ears— That's why I hate to throw away A lid I've worn for many years. I scarce had stepped into the street. into tne sunlight s gaudy glare. Than everyone I chanced to meet Gazed at me with derisive stare. I blushed from forehead to my feet. And thought those folks were most unfair. A thousand other men I saw With lids as new as new could be, But no one seemed to drop his jaw, Or smile like each one did at me. I must confess it made me raw And paralysed my dignity. At last I met a woman who Though freely curved was far from fat, And when she joined the laughing crew I asked her what she giggled at. She said : 'Excuse me if I do — You've left the price tag on your hat.'
SCORN THE SHARK. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
SCORN THE SHARK. This rude man-eater of the seas (The shark he is by common title) Who amputates you at the knees. Or takes your head (a section vital). Is but a coward, books agree. Who flees when any one defies him. And, as we hate all cowards, we Should all refuse to recognise him ! If I should meet this creature base When I am bathing, minus clothing, I'd quickly show him to hi.-, face My deep, unutterable loathing : In accents haughty I would say, 'To more congenial climates go you; Your manners pain me ! Go away ! I certainly refuse to know you ! ' 'Doggone it ! I bet if it hadn't been for this shark scare I could have sold these bathing* trunks just as easy as nothing.' 'Remember. John Henry Jones, if I so into the water you've got to hold me up. I can't swim a stroke.'
ON THE BEACHES AND ELSEWHERE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
?-— ~~~~, ? _ ? s- ON THE BEACHES! : AND ELSEWHERE j 'Why is Coogee not popular with the fair ones ? ? said Old Bontogcr, as he lolled in a deck chair on the beach. 'Because it is not Manly,' replied his merry eyed little daughter Pauline. 'Eh, what ! Oh ! Ah, ah, ah ! Not a bad 'ij'd?,?'1,,1-1'; oId felIow- ': must tcU th« to old Billy Binks at the bowling green.'
They Ran the Show [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
They Ran the Show 'Mr. Jack Portus was manager of the team from Sydney. At that time he was one of the lights of the Carlton Club, whose players ap peared to hold a lien on places in the teams ?which fought out (he big matches against Vic torian and English combinations. Mr. Portus some time later became the successor to Dave Gregory as hon. secretary of the New South Wales tncKet .association, and was one ot the prime movers in bringing into existence the old Australian Cricket Council, whose interests were sacrificed to the vested interests of the unconstitutional though otherwise most ad mirable cricket institutions, which had carried on some of the functions appertaining to the predecessor of the Board of Control. The old Council had a very fine lot of notable men as sociated with it, but, unfortunately for it, they were mostly men who had also been associated more or less with the fortunes of the two big grounds, and when it came to determining that a new and thoroughly constit...
TO-DAYS TARGET LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916
TO-DAYS TARGET LIST. Although several of the clubs have cancelled their fixtures on account of the Referendum, there will h'. a fairly large programme to-day I at Randwick. Targets have been allotted to the following clubr.:— .iiiim'i'ialc Kailtws llaliiMili lianrtivk* Cockatoo I)o-k liiiridrar-Cpniral'l Dept. roniT.nl ?^?''h Svilnei llnilKiiiuiiip Sydney Col! Club ' KidMrn Suliurhj Sr. Oeorxe Leichlurdt ' Syilnry Rctailcri Metropolitan Waverlcv Pnw Yorlfihlre Societ/ Public Worka Dept