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TROTTING GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
TROTTING GOSSIP By TULKEROO. For the Australian T.C. meeting at Victoria Park next Saturday 132 entries have been re- 1 ecived. Richmond meetinc listed (or Monday, has been postponed indefinitely on account of the I coal crisis. There were 81 entries. It was not surprising, in view of his recent win at Victoria Park, that Globe Derby should amu luvurnc lor tnc in. a. w. l .^-. flytng rian dicap on Tuesday. The son of Mambrino ! Derby— Sprinchcel cave his backers no worry, and, in addition, established a record by knock ing 2Jscc off Amie Daly's previous best of 2.J25. Kinc Bclmont, who won the First President's £250 from scratch, is a si::-year-old chestnut horse by Bclmont M. — Golddust. and although not among recent winners, was a consistent placcnetter last season with four firsts, four seconds and five thirds. His last win was at Eppins on February 21, when he did the 11 mile in 3.36). The N.S. Wales T.C. h.-.s drawn up a pro gramme for December 4 at Epping, when the usual event...
MOORE PARK ASSOCIATION. November 11 and 18, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
MOOItK 1'AltK ASSU01AT1OS. Xuvomticr 11 »na la. l'JW. A Gradp.-ltallry v Sydney Junior A. A. Andcrsnn ami XV. ».l.-on. No. :i wicki-t; St. Uiivid1. b 1 ltim-i. 1-. Slul :i1l 'wil'-'-'-^-irlruirWon : B.P.O. v S. T. l.cisli X. w. I. v.rau. ? ' ' , Sl j,au|.J y Hj,, .-flow-, XV. XV Hi' .,-,' ?in-'l .l' M^Kav,' u\ Aiinandali- Allmu v M. -„,','.?,'?? l,,rf.- t^-l l.v Micl. Siminuli.; Zabn.l Juni-jr.. 'v K-d'.-i'n li'n.i H- llowUml and II. .Icy.-i-, Ii: »Van .liri i-iurr lrai»r- 1-. J''' and U. Wliiltakcr. 1. ^?rnn.l Mhi-loii ?' .^UK- TimU-r Var.N v llouhlo Uay hni ,rs I' il.-». and IS. K. Martin, i: S. T. l-.-ii.-ll 11 v ill«m|.':i XV 1-n.jptr and li. J. JIuje. 'i: S-wtli lii'iisnK ,;; ' i'-n-'v II Wiinlu Mil J. .M.isr-il. IV; Wiiti-rluo i m.i' v' 1-: 'Kri-n l«-i't. T. Coofer and .1. I'i-.-htllm:, -Ji; l.'t.h.ni XVurulah v 'Itn- Adult T-oaf So.:., i;. J. - oojor ,m,I Ii L llMKn. «: l)arliiwhu« v 1-uyal I.un-La, IC. r.o.Kll a:id li. Ix-ir. 13. ?
VICTORIA PARK RACES MAIDEN HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
VICTORIA PARK RACES MAIDEN HANDICAP-* furfonzs. »t lb rt lb Aladdin ? 6 7 Belmore ? '8 S;r iva ? 8 3 Foreiirn Lady .... 7 s UarliM ? 8 2 Raleigh ? 7 7 Il3inp.-hire ? R 2 Fellowfteld ? 7 8 Mecltloui; ? 8 2 GooAihot ? 7 5 Kumara ? S 2 Howard Lady .... 7 5 Zolos ? * I Wyalong ? 7 5 l_idv Simncl ? 8 0 Caros ? 7 5 Simililmle ? 8 0 (ircyllcld ? 7 X Ladv Onnore ? 8 0 Related ? 7 3 j-ick S ? 7 12 Jiffle ? 7 3 Tilly'i Drothc: .. .. : H Miss Bn-w..' ? 7 0 Muter Poppet .. .. '11 Bonnie Girl ? 7 0 Jewel Boy ? 7 10 Tralaaia ........ 7 0 Brown Jlimer .. .. 7 10 Elm Grove ? 7 0 Prince Coolie .... 7 a Urewery Oirl .... 7 0 Simplicity ? 7 0 White Heart ? 7 « Your Palm ? 7 tl Coolarablc ? 7 0 Krec Men- ? 7 8 Hay Bubj ? 7 0 Barraba ? 7 B Bosena ? 7 0 CollcK ? 7 8 Howard Maid. ? 7 0 FIjTDi'G HANDICAP— « furlonga. p.r-ei ? 10 11 Cocsm ? 7 3 DunfTAnuon ? 0 '1 Lavus ? 7 2 KIHe Dormi ? R 7 Lrilla ? 7 5 Elsie Phast ? 7 10 Itapido ? 7 2 Men- Blend ? 7 10 Larrymore ? 1 - Trrsudy Maid .... 7 8 Balios ? 7 2 Cru...
FIXTURES. N.S. WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. November 11 and 18 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
FIXTURES. X.S. WALKS CRItKET ASSOCIATION. NnirnilK-r 11 «nd IS, lOld. §iSy\ OlrtK v North Snlncy. Wctworth; I-udJiuglon v liurriou. l'liat»»-««l: S.vtlni-y a W. Scwml (inidft -lljlm.i.n v Wrl*. nirchim»-- Xo. . 1; M Harbor v linrJon. North SvUncj; I adiimRton v 1 ni »rnitr. HainiHlon; ivtrn-'ham v tthiiburh!.. I ratten. Svdney v l^ichl.ardt, Itithi-ultrn: HlRh nJl-i.h » il«. nun Motiman: Wavcrlcy v .Ncwtown, Havcrli-, tt. (Iconre v Handai.k, lliirrtvillfc Third Oradr.-n»lmain v St. Ccorgo. llalmun V -i A.S. Corp, v llandwirt, Ilandmck; t-nnluii y -.-» ohii, |-or|tf, S.C.O. No. i'; fnivcr.ity v I'ldd.UKton, Lnmr Reported troin France that immediately after the war sor.ie of the leading French motor manufacturer.-! will combine to produce a car capable of competing with the cheap American cars on a price basis Arrangements are said to be in hand for the formation of a £10,000,000 company in Lyons for this purpose, with the Renault and Bcrhct concerns interested in it. I WESTERN SCBt'R...
MOOREFIELD TO-DAY Programme and Form of Horses Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
MOOREFIELD TO-DAY « Programme and Form of Horses Discussed By TULKEROO. Moorefield will be the scene of action to-day ior horse followers, and despite the counter attraction of the ponies, a big crowd is prac tically assured, especially as it is Melbourne Cup day. Racing will commence at 2.10 p.m., and in addition to frequent ordinary trains, specials will leave at 11.15 (horses), 12.25, 12.37, 12.-46, 12.54, 1.6, and 1.15. With over 30 cligibles for the six furlongs' Maiden HandicaD. with which the meeting opens, the winner may be well hidden; but if recent form may be taken as a guide. Bonne Chance, Kcnverne Ruthia. Tressadia and Blaz ing Hot should be the pick. Bonne Chance had 8.4 in the mile Warwick Farm Slakes three weeks ago, won by Maid of Seville (7.4), and led fiom the first furlong j to the straight entrance. The extra 81b should I not handicap the Kenilworth gelding unduly in maiden company. Kenvcnie started in Longacre's Granville Stakes last Saturday with 6.12, and was...
LATEST SYDNEY BETTING SASANOF EASES OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
LATEST SYDNEY BETTING SASANOF EASES OFF. Owing to the reported trouble experienced by Sasanof on Thursday, that gelding has de ciincd somewhat in Melbourne Cup speculation, and now shares fourth place with Prince Bar i!o!ph. Wolaroi is tackling Shepherd King for pride of place, the hr.ported horse having only :? slight call, with Quinologist separating him from Sasanof and Prince Bardolph. Then come Wallace Isinglass and Torbane together. East court next, and then Amata, Carlita, and Bee, wjth thcrest at expensive odds. ?
SOME CRICKET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
SOME CRICKET NOTES By RAMBLER, The cominK of the rain. HioiiEh shortenm; the afternoon's r-lay ai. Ka.v.p.en Park. Mi not affect the result, fcr it was irnporsible for Glebe to have w.ped oft the arrears and iwei the home team a number of runs to get. \.-h-.n thr storm arrived the visitors were still 31 r.in.1 Lehind the 'm-inninff- toul of Paddlneion. The loca! side lost seven tor 175 o-i the oneninc ('.ay. and the renmn.ng «-ietc.s add.-I 45. Korsrbcrg. who scored id. oattcu. very n=ctly The ablest bowler amonsst the MSUJts was Wittwcr— risht-hand. me: rum p:c:— a-..o 'ccurcd five :or 52. Culcn s fatt on:s b o i.ilit i'.ioul Ihc downfall ot iour ba'.s.r.ea it ii co,t of 56 runs. Gicbe lost one wicket for 80 in the wcond innings. Wat.-on give a breezy display for 47. Paddington. who v.ctc v.-ithiitt Noble and Mc cioy, were led by Gordo.t Laylc. Soon after the cessation of tl-c rrir, W. Munro inspected the wicket and :r.et wit.i iiVnty of applause. He cxpr:sscd the opinion that it c...
IN JUNIOR CIRCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
IN JUNIOR CIRCLES. Percy Freeman, captain of Burwood United B registered the second century this season for Ill's side, bating faultlessly for 118. Though one of the finest all-round cricketers in Second . Cradc, lie has had to wait a dozen seasons be fiusly ncorec 41 and 47. W. 'ch'ecklcy, who made 13b on the firil clay, is an cx-Uunvood 'thoolboy, just over Is years old. An elder brother a!so pcrforn-.er! croci.ably. scoring 68. Mid with the ball taking three lor 23. Campcriown were dismissed f')r 61 and 21. ! though an excellent team, on a f.is'.-scor.ng I ground. How the mighty have fallen ; Pre miers 19I3-K-15-16. G. Da!!cy surpassed nil previous pcr.'orm ances. A ris'it-hander, he turns the ball from I either lide. and excelled on tr.c day. His figures (10 for 25) m.iix his annlyr.is for thrco miitchc, lead 13 wickets for S6 runs, lie has cl:an bowled 12 of hio victims. R. Chnrr.pncis baitc-J cxcel!:nt!y for 82 for BurwooU United A V. United Service. A crack ! rup.-ge'.tcr for...
BIG SCHOOL SCORE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
BIG SCHOOL SCORE. Though not even a rrccrd for Sydnc-/ Grain mar School, the to'sl cf S4S made by the boys nn Saturday and Monday is a prodi-ious o :c. E-ic Barbour, F. M. Karrar and Co., seven yr'ars ago. set their successors a stiff task when CAPTAIN PLUM WARNER, Wlio is doing his bit tor the nation, notwith standing that be has to light against ill health every few months. they compiled 9!6 against Church of Ensland Grammar— a remarkable total when on= recol lects that the opposition trundlers included lack M.--ssie Barbour on that occasion stored 356 without a chance, beating the total of J33 made four years earlier by C. VV. Keclc against St. Joseph's tollcye. when Grammar made 6/9. However, dcspi'.c these big totals, S.G.S. do not ho:d the Australian school record, for Mel bourne Church of England Grammar icluol compiled 961 against Gcclons College last year. . C. Sharp breaking the Australian record by .-corins 50G. Herring inadc 1238. Pri;r to harp's fine tota!, J. A. Vroul ...
FRITZ HOLLAND AND JOE CHIP HARD-HITTING MIDDLEWEIGHTS AT STADIUM TO-NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
FRITZ HOLLAND AND JOE CHIP HARD-HITTING M1DDLEWE1CHTS AT STADIUM TO-NIGHT After a spell of a little more than three months, Fritz Holland is to reappear at the Sydney Stadium to-night, opposed to hardhit ting Joe Chip. The latter's sensational battle with Dave Smith has brought him well to the front, and has made him somewhat of a favo rite with the fans, who dearly love a hitter. To prepare himself for this contest, Fritz has not had quite two weeks — much too sbort for the average man to get into proper shapes— but with the woolly one it is diflercnt. Always keeping in fettle and not carrying superfluous weight, even that brief period is sufficient for him to work into a condition ot pnysicai tit ness to sec the journey through at a fair clip. Besides, he has trainer Artie McQueen ior this particular contest, which means a great deal. Joe Chip is said to have struck his true form, and will be in perfect fettle. I am informed that he is confident of victory. Being on my annual holi...
The Bantam Champion [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
The Bantam Champion For the first time in the history of the Sydney Stadium the bantam championship of Australia is to be decided there, the date being Monday night next. Frank Pearson, the acknowledged best 8.6 boy in Victoria, and Vince Blackburn, who has proved beyond doubt his superiority over all boys this side of the Murray, are to be thr contestants. Not having seen the visitor in action, except ing on Wednesday night, when he showed re markably well against Tommy Ryan in a three round bout, it would be mere guessing on my stating who is more likely to be returned the winner. If the title go to the other side of the river, Pearson will prove the goods ; but he is up against something good. A Family of Fighter-Soldiers Private Fred Dclaney. of the nth Reinforce ments, 1st Battalion Pioneers, Show Ground, writes me : 'I have joined the above forces after five iittempts at home and here. You will see where brother rerry got knocked out for good, and you will understand my feelin...
Good Old Mother Shipton [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
Good Old Mother Shipton Mother Shipton was born in Norfolk, ahd died at a great age at Clifton. Yorkshire, in M49. An extract of her prophecies : Under water men shall walk, Shall ride, shall sleep, and talk. In the air men shall be seen In white, in black, and in green. A great man shall come and go ! Iron in the water shall float As easy as a wooden boat. And gold shall be found In a land that's not now known. Fire and water shall more wonders do ; England shall at last admit a Jew. The Jew that was held in scorn Shall of a Christian be born. A house of glass shall come to pass In England. But, alas ! War will follow with the work In the land of thd Pagan and Turk ; And State and State in fierce strife Will seek each other's life. But when the North shall divide the South An Eagle shall build in the Lion's mouth. Taxes for blood and for war Will come to every door. Three times shall lov-ly France Be led to play a bloody dance ; Before her people shall be free Three Tyrant Rulers s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
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WALLSEND J.C. RACES SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11. NOVICE HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
WALLSEND J.C. RACES SATITIDAY. NOVEMBER U. NOVICE HANDICAP— 0 furlongs. it lb rt lb Paspalent ? 0 0 Arklow ? So Krithia ? 8 10 Jlacalivcr ? 8 0 MUaBlllie ? 8 7 Anzac ? 8 0 Ruthlcen ? 8 0 Brush ? 8 0 Approbation ? 8 0 Stirrup Cup ? 8 0 Larinasa ? 8 0 May llloom ? so Melon ? 8 0 Aroti Koee ? 8 0 Queen Madame .... 8 0 I'crsian Dream .... 8 0 Whitton ? SO Low Laddo ? 8' 0 King Hibbon ? 8 0 Urinal ? 8 0 PLATTSBURO HANDICAP-* furlongs. Lord Garde ? 11 3 General Bridges ..8 6 Uoulsoney ? 'J 0 I-Ord 'kp'in ? S S B.H.l' ? 0- 0 VVylo ? 7 0 Now Brew ? S 12 King Aynicr ? 8 7 Kcnilie ? 8 0 Lusilan ? 6 7 WF.LTIiR IUND1CAP— 7 furlongs. Macacus ? 'J 0 'li- Wharc ? 8 4 Kins Hampton .... U 0 Tarilla ? 8 0 Duke I'hrslcr ? 8 8 llarmeny ? 8 0 Dick Wcdgcwood .. 8 S \ ulcup ? 7 7' Validowa ? o i Mow I m ? 77 TOWN PLATE— 11 mile. Lady Boniform .. .. 9 12 My Climax ? 6 10 Miike Alujliv ? * (I Aniw lJulcyn ? 0 7 Heceila ? .~ 0 T:.ril!:l ? 07 Valiant Kine .. ..7 1:! l-i'.\ l.om ? 07 Mclilla ? 7 12 liclorltnn ...
Men Become Insane [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
Men Become Insane A German stoker who, until a few weeks aeo had done service on a German submarine, has'given to the Stavanger Aftcrblad some in te-rcs'tina information about the German Fleet. According to a Copenhagen message (8/9^16). hr said he participated in several expedition* to the West Coast of Ireland, and each journey lasted two moninb. me juuhi»ih«. »??** ?-»?»- tient oil. and Kot benzine from German ar rrorcd trawlers which, by means of wireless telegraphy, arrang-d where to meet the sub marine He admitted that the Britisn Navy had captured *0 German submarines by means of steel net' Hr was told, when on board the submarine, that Gcr.n.^ny now had 300 sub marines, and had 'v.m elf seen submarine num bered 21'5. A voyacc in a submarine was very fatiruinr ar.d m.-.ny members of the crews of these ves-xls became insane as the result ot the over exertion which was necessary. When th; German Fleet returned from the battle of Jut lent1 the subrr..-rine en wr-ich the sto.ter ...
MOOREFIELD RACES MAIDEN HANDICAP. (FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARDS) (To start at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
MOOREFIELD RACES . MAIDEN HANDICAP. OOR TIIREE-YICAR-OLnS AXD I'PWARDS.) (To start at 2.10 p.m.) ... .w „ ,v,j ,pconu lwnt 10 tmi ,nd ^i^ hor!-, B ,ov, furtoii * ''''' '''' ma'dclul »' liTnc 0( »ta'inc.. « Vtif£ Uil'Jlvr'' b m TIIF- W'TK WAIF (imp.). Mr. j. yv. Cwkl«'i,r'c'n6.xxr: cnASci-:.' V' ?? 8 -- « .; 'n'lllw'» b I Cmn.All. 3vr» ? 8 0 '«? S' .lUfm*' '? '' kj:xve«xk.'vi» ? « n Jr. II Cravin'i. hr I TIIKSSAMITA, 5yr« ? 7 YS »,[? '/.Jj'T* hr !' °'«is-». W ? ? '-' i! n ,.ill'h''w ' br -?' «OVAL SALITK. .1yr» .. 7 12 Hr. R. 11. JloffaJt'ii eh r DUKK KI.I.KRSTON, 4yrs 7 12 Jlr. J. s OUoiiiwtl'a b c HKDMONI), 3vr» .. .. 7 12 « ? i.' i '?'''J'1' Mk c GAIIA TKPE, 3yr» .. .. 7 12 3 ra' '' 'M'b'' b ' '°3E 0F nKU1''IE'-I-' Mr. Konlon Snipe's ch'm'AcbriX 'LASS,'f.yra ?'? 7 11 Jlr. II. II. Richard'* hr f KlilTHIA, .lyrs ? 7 11 Mr. .1. Spcerln'n hr m LA SHISOX. lira ? 7 10 Jr- 'A. Williams'' br g PICKCT Ul.'TV, 4yn .. 7 10 Mr. W. Tjn.'ll'» br f Sl.VFlUJlKH. 3yn ? 7 10 Mr. A. Gallon's br B CO...