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MELBOURNE CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

MELBOURNE CRICKET In .hese distressful days any stick is good enough to beat a dog with, and . . in some quarters at. present ihc offence of being a sportsman is rank, and smells to high heaven. A lecture was delivered recently in Melbourne under semi-official auspices, in which the lec turer ii reported to have stated, 'It was not ' only our footballers who were a disgrace to the community . . . . and that, while New South Wales had sent nearly all her Iea*n8.c'ck't!32 to the front, and South Australia had made a very cred table contribution to the forces, Victoria had not provided a single one of ner chief players.' ? This attack is similar to one l™™*cf several months ago in a Me Ibourne Jour''« and they are just as identical as they arc m 'AVa'matter of fact, the number of cricketers playing under the auspices of the V.C.A. who Se either on active service or in the training mM :_ a5 follows: — One International, 10 Interstate. 9 Interstate colts. 95 district. 120 Jub-district, a...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE FOOTBALLERS And Gossip of Their Matches To-day [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

MELBOURNE FOOTBALLERS -£-^T- -?*??-=- -C-»-V And Gossip of Their Matches Today Cy ONLOOKER. An attractive encounter should take place between Carlton and Collingwood at Victoria Park. The Dark Blues will probably carry too many guns for the Magpies. The teams have met thrice, and Carlton have two wins to their credit. On May 13 Carlton kicked 10.11 to 7.3, but the Magpies turned the tables on June 3. winning an exciting game by a bare point— 11.10 to 10.15. On the following Monday the teams visited Bnllarat to play an exhibition for the patriotic funds, and a tie was the result. On June 24 Carlton were again victorious by 9.11 to 7.11. Fitiroy will be anxious to avenge their signal defeat at the hands of Richmond on King's Birthday. The latter scored their re cord number oJ points since joining the League, and aggregated 19.13 to 9.14. There was some joy in their camp. 0 The Maroons have tried a number of coun try players, but good men from the provinces now seem to be few a,nd far ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS By CRANBROOK. HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS By CRANBROOK. HURDLE RACE : MUUDAY or CARCASSONE. HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP : SCOTCH SPIRIT or EJECTOR. HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE : CANAD1UM or WESTAWAY. VALLEY HANDICAP : FELIM or LORNEZ. JUMPERS' FLAT RACE : CLUMETTIS or UXBRIDGE. WELTER HANDICAP : CULANO or LORD ANTONY.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLARENCE RIVER J.C. MEETING NORBURY WINS THE GRAFTON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

CLARENCE RIVER J.C. MEETING NORBURY WINS THE GRAFTON CUP. The most important outside meeting of the current week was the annual meeting of the Clarence River Jockey Club, which opened in wet weather, and in which teveral Sydney trained horses took part. Wauken Girl, by Waukenphast from Jessie M.. beat a couple of Sydney representatives in Istrian and La Bal four in the Newmarket Handicap, lor v.-;iich she started at S to 1, with La Balfour an even-money favorite. There were only two starters for the Sires' Produce Stakes, which Pripet, by Repartee, won very easily from the Coolie colt. Cool Lad. NoDleton (Nobleman — Waterwitch), who started at 10 to 1, won the Munro Handicap irora Noble Claris and White Grain, while the joint favorites. Prince Monlln and Litle Mozaire, were beaten out ot a place. . The Club Handicap (1 mile) went to Nor bury, by Repartee, who beat a 2 to 1 favorite in Koyal Parade by half a length, with Hecate third, and started at 5 to 1. Sarcelle, by Elevation, wo...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

BOWLS NOTES By W. F. CORBETT. 'Perks' to the caretaker in the form ot green fees, district bowling, and the system of pen nant play are the bugaboos of the game oi bowls in this portion of the Commonwealth. One never hears of them in other parts, and yet those sections are not behind the times as matters bowling go. On the contrary, one or two of them keep ahead of the Mother State in some respects. We do not mind the quesnon ol 'liw shall the pennant be played next season'' so much because it is only an anuuai. and we have iriwh tco familiar with i» to experience ary needless fear, particularly as every one of ua knows that if the previous season's way doe; not find favor, some method adopted over and over again during past years will. The oldest bowler inhabitant fails to recollect when any thing new regarding pennant play was intro duced. The district bowls and green fees scare! are different. One or other is liable to bf trotted out at any moment. I read, a day or two ago, that-...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINING WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

TRAINING WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Soeclals. RANDWICK. Thursday. Several useful gallops were run on the mag pic grass track. Hopoast and Nombi ran halt .1 mile af a sharp pace. Coat o' Mail put a mile and a furlong past in 2.6, and Poitrina went at half-pace for a circle. Cagou was not extended for a round, nor was Canzone. A sbarp spurt v/as run by Mount Mostyn. Polycrates and a companion ran a. mile in 1.553. Cetigne went leisurely over a circle. A strong mile and a quarter was dor.r. by Wallace Isinglass, who rnnved freely. Narivo was not out to make time, and Galtce Queen did easy work. Meri rree ana nopneiu spurtcu a snort distance. Rouen and a mate ran five furlongs, while Cookamidgera ran a steady round. Grail r-i'urted. A sharp half-mile was run by St. Ro Lady Minnie and Flightiness got over a mile in 1.49J. Petalster spurted, and Plenty ran a f trong round. Mythic went freely over live fur longs. Lingle put in steady exercise. Lord Disgrace and Sunl...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENSINGTON WEIGHTS MAIDEN HANDICAP. Of 100 so[?]. 6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

KENSINGTON WEIGHTS MAIDEN' HANDICAP. Of 100 son. S furlongs. st lb s: lb Haughty Ena .. .. 9 1 Princess Bcdcoat ..7 7 Parsing ? & 12 l-'aintitch ? 7 7 Ivy Geranium .. .. 8 10 Romardtc ? 7 7 Abex ? 8 7 Lord Sucre ? 7 o Merry Mars ? 8 5 Brave Howard .... 7 £ Earl Trent ? S3 Misa Brew ? 7 5 Dinner Time .... 8 1 Paymaster ? 7 5 Bclfort Lad ? 7 11 Prince Ibex ? 7 5 Jokcn Lord ? 7 11 iMoorlly ? 7 S Sir IVilira ? 7 11 Prince Positano .... 7 5 Gold B«u ? 7 9 Master Oorcena .... 7 5 Penian Cup ? 7 t- Colfrain ? 7 5 Annie II ? 7 0 Malt Dove ? 7 5 Miss Byrne ? 7 9 Rellcrino ? 7 5 Gold Coin ? 7 9 llacoi ? 7 J Tartan Bey ? 7 7 Howard Maid ? 7 3 Evelyn Rourraj.. ..7 7 Black Pearl ? 73 (.'oolamMc ? 7 7 Selmoor ? 7 0 Brewer's Band .... 7 7 The Gamester .... 7 1 Fireplay ? 7 7 Sealed Lips; ? 7 1 Orayficld ? 7 7 Lord Itajgh ? 6 13 Creolin ? 7 7 KLYINC HANDICAP. Of 101) sov«. 51 furlongs Dormer ? 9 10 Hold On ? 7 7 Steel On ? 8 12 Lord HaTen ? 7 7 Diablerie ? A 10 Holdcna ? 73 Fillc Dorrai ? 8...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL RACES SATURDAY, JULY 22. BROKEN HILL CUP. [?] mile. (Acceptances.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

BROKEN HILL RACES SATURDAY, JULY 22. BROKEN HILL CI.'P. 11 mile. (Acreptance.'.) ►t lb «: Vi Miorl La-1 .. ..... 0 10 Bangonle ? 3 0 Ik-vron ? H 11 Naughty Molly.. .. 7 11 Arlmlralilo Hob .. .. 8 10 '.iiitta-Hnrral ? 7 S PMol Prince ....SO Azol» ? 7 7 Great Shot ? 3 7 Oopina ? 7 3 (Junior ? 6 2 Royal I'nlon ? « 5 ?Wee Cun ? li 0 Klvanite ? 8 7

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEHILL RACES By THE SCOUT. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

ROSEHILL RACES By ^HE SCOUT. HURDLE RACE : CORRIE ? 1 Inverara ? 2 Loughrea ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP : QALEN ? 1 Rewal ? 2 Sunlike ? 3 GRANVILLE STAKES : SAN THOME ? 1 Lady Clarence ? 2 Daddy Christmas ? 3 « NURSERY HANDICAP : ROMAN QUEEN ? 1 John L.D ? 2 Carecetta ? 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP : GALTEE QUEEN ? 1 Value ? 2 W.L.S ? 3 CARLINGFORD MILE: SUNLIKE ? 1 Kenilera ? 2 Black-walk ? 3

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPS FOR BOOLAROO TO-DAY By The Arrow Correspondent. WELTER MILE HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

TIPS FOR BOOLAROO TODAY By The Arrow Correspondent, WELTER MILE HANDICAP : BLUE TOY ? 1 Mandowa ? 2 Mullahab ? : ? 3 SHORTS HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. TARCET ? 1 Lady Liddell ? 2 King Hampton ? 3 NOVICE HANDICAP— 8 furlongs. FOXGLOVE ? 1 Accordion ? 2 Larizzet ? 3 'ULY HANDICAP— li mile. ADGIO .: ? ?? 1 Bonne Chance ? 2 Offa ? 3 . TERALBA WELTER HANDICAP. 6 furlongs. MISS CAIMAN ? 1 King Aymer ? 2 Joy Gun ? 3

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VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. The going was good this morning, an was bl'own by Garlin. who kept wide out on the ? course proper and ran three furlongs in 3ujsec. He was heavily shod, and carried a welter weight. Akil and Dave Whitton easily ran six {.?rlongs in 1.26. On the outer portion of the middle grass fack Quinologist strode over si:t furlongs in 1.25. Snapdragon was not all out to run seven furlongs in 1.45). Louis Brook got over a mile and a half in even time, while Medley ran the last three of five furlongs in 40sec. Bob Bun sow and Bursar were out for pace work. On the tan Dcltonc spurted three furlongs in 40sec. Hallmark put in a solid ten furlongs, and Dion strode over five at a solid bat. Gaba Tepe and Barlow ran five furlongs in «1.9i. Faithful Laddie galloped five furlongs, and Col lar did six In even time. Zarabine, Mary Pick fcrd, Precarious, Robert Blatchford, St. Med wyne, Charman, War Tax, Mandento, Wolaroi, and others were out for pace work.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

A. BYERS ._. purttMTtTra TATTKRSAXL'S CLUB, SYDN EY0 YICTOEIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE Now Open— A J.C and V.R.C. Derbies Epsom and Metropolitan Caulfield and Melbourne Cups' DOUBLE, STRAIGHTOUT, PLACE ASK FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS ^ STARTING PRICE, WIN OR PLACE ^?n. GOVBENIIKNT LICENSED EACECOURSES IN AUSTRALASIA auiiyicubWT addhess— a. byers. Sydney.

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WHEEL RACING TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

WHEEL RACING TO-DAY. The Ashfield and Central Cumberland clubs arc to combine again this afternoon, and hold a 10 miles road race on the Parramatta North course, starting from the Northern Hotel at 3.15. The handicaps of the Central Cumber land members arc as follow : F. Kennedy, lmin lOsec; J. N. Doody. 1.20; L. Banks, F. Wat son, 2.20; J. Wallace, C. Sells, 2.40; J. Bel lamy 2.50; B. Gambrill. 3.0; G. Shepherdson, E. li. Sells, 3.10; Sam Sells, 4.0; V. Edwards, R. Arnold. E. Mansfield, H. Sells, 4.40; N. Bowerman, 4.50; W. Sells, 5.10; A. Whittaker, 5.25; H. Hele, 5.45. E. E. Sells is doing remarkably well. He is only a novice, but has won three races in suc cession, including the last open event Jrom Parramatta to Windsor. C. Sells, his cousin, also has a win and a second to his credit. The handicaps of W. J. Quiglcy. H. Budln, J. Keppie, and G. Coventry are withheld for to-day's combined race as the Ashfield and Cumberland clubs. They hav: a real 'live' amateur club at Stockton,...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLISTS' UNION'S MOVE ON. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

CYCLISTS' UNION'S MOVE-ON. Aft»r a long period of inactivity, the Cyclists' Union has set the amateur section of the sport going again. On Wednesday the following officials were appointed for the year : — Chair- man of executive and Council, J. B. Holds* worth; executive (to consist of five, no two to belonir to any one club). Messrs. A. Craig (Western Suburbs). W. Winton (MarrickviUe). E. A. Pearson (Suburban), Geo. Rice (New town), R. Goddard (Enfield-Burwood), with chairman hon. treasurer, hon. secretary and assistant hon. secretary ex-olficio members ; status committee, Messrs. A. Craig, R. Tuck, and W. Winton, together with chairman and hon. secretary; record's committee, Messrs. W. Kcrr, J. J. Meaghcr, and E. A. Pearson. The Council endorsed the secretary's action in accepting Eight-Hour Day racing. In the light of recent newspaper announce ments it would appear as though the hon. sec retary had taken upon himself the tumiw down of the Carbine road race. Such is not the case. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CYCLIST REJOINDER BY THE CYCLISTS' UNION SECRETARY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

THE CYCLIST REJOINDER BY THE CYCLISTS' UNION SECRETARY By BEDE CARROLL, Mr. Theo. O'Halloran, honorary secretary of the Cyclists' Union, had something to say in regard to the League of Wheelmen, the p.ovcin ing body of professional cycling, taking up amateur racing, as mentioned in our lar; ismic. 'We are not,' stated Mr. O'Hallor.-.n, 'in the least perturbed about it. If any member of She Union wishes to forfeit his status he can do so by joining the League's amateur class. The Union is the only recognised governing body of amateur cycling in N.S.W. Years a^o. when the League was in a far more prosperous posi tion than it is to-day the experiment was tried, and evidently found wanting, as in our ranks to-day we have men who rc-jotned the Union after the League decided to do away with their so-called amateur rider3. 'Union riders, if they give the matter only a few moments serious thought,' added Mr. O'Halloran, 'must recognise that a governing body of a professional sport can have ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOINGS IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

I DOINGS IN MELBOURNE. This afternoon the Victorian Inter-club Cycling Association will hold a 15 miles road race on the Gcelong-road, starting and finish ing at the Rising Sun Hotel. Racing for both the seniors and juniors was held on Saturday last under the auspices of the Amateur Wheelers. The Geelong-road was used, and the course was in perfect order. As the Russian Carnival, to be held on August 12, there will be cycling events for both the amateurs and professionals. The for mer will have a handicap over half a mile, and a scratch race over the same distance. The professional events will probably be a one mile handicap and a five miles scratch race.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT STORIES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

SPORT STORIES j By THE ARROW STAFF. Archdeacon Wilberforce, grandson of the liberator of the slaves, died in London a few weeks back. It was the Archdeacon who told the story of bow he escaped from school and saw Blink Bonny, win the Derby. Knowing nothing about racing, he and his friends decided that a horse with such a name must win, so each deposited a pound with a bookmaker. 'Blink Bonny,' said the Archdeacon, 'ran as no other horse had run before, and won at 20 to I. 'But,' added the Rood man, with a smile, tne bookmaker who had our money must have run a good deai faster.' Breaking wheel records in Tasmania may be a pleasant, but it isn't a profitable, pastime. Sidney Stearnes, the young motorist, in lower ing the record on June 18, broke the traffic regulations in both Hobart and Launccston. He was fined £5, with 8/6 costs, at the Hobart Police Court, and at the Launccston Court £5 with 8/ costs. Altogether he had to pay in £10/16/6 to the Tasmanian Treasury. If he tried to br...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING FOR NOVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

RACING FOR NOVICES. The Central Cumberland Club has decided to promote a handicap monthly for riders who have never won a cycle race — a step in the right direction. The record of E. E. Sell, the 171 years old Central Cumberland rider, should act as an incentive for juniors to enter the racing ranks. His last three performances in open company have been as follow : July 1, first in Parra matta to Windsor open road race; July 8, first in 10 miles cUib race; July 15, first in 10 milat club handicap.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

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