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England and France are Re-born [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
England and France are Re-born Here is an inspiring whi'f from a neutral American : Pursuing his study of contemporary civilisa tions, which has already occupied him 15 years. Mr. S. S. McClure is once again in England, and has given a Press rcprcurniaiivc his im pressions of the effects of the war upon Ens usn peopir. 'I have spent since the war began.' raid Mr. McClure. ' nearly si:; tr.un-.hs altogether in Turkey Austri:-Hun?,ary, Gcr.uany, Belgium, and England. Taken as a whore, England hai performed the cnatest achievement in history in raising five million volunteer soldiers within two years, and in creating the arms, munitions, and equipment necessary for that army. No less wonderful, to my ::-ind. is the development of the reserves of the working ability of the people. 'What interests me most is that you have, or will have r.v th: ,.w:d of ihe war, a mill on women who, for the first I in-.;, ha. c had the mental and physical d:ve!oprr c:it and uplifting that comes from earni...
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME V.R.C. SPRING MEETING SECOND DAY-SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11. CUP HURDLE RACE. (To start at 1 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
1 TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME V.R.C. SPRING MEETING b SECOND DAY-SATIT.DAY. NOVEMBER 11. li. ccr hlhi/le back. (To Hart at 1 p.m.) 'A handicap streepsukos of 4 (O« Mcli. 1 forf.'it, v.tta 400 added. .Sronil horjc to rcctivo :fl, and third 4j ton out of the suu. Wii:n'.r ot any handicap hurdle net, tlitt deputation ot v.cifh:., to tarry Wli win. 2 miles. _ , Itlb ? ttlb Katlnjawa ? ii ,j Prince Mfnnlo .... U 3 Kooya ? ii j,j sj,,, uandro ? 9 3 Coronates ? li 4 HIHd Murphy, Inc. Va»icr Rcrcl .. .. 1, 3 Tib pen. .. ..? .. 0 7 WondtrBraph .. .. 11 1 !Toli!?n Ilcrt ? 0 3 londondcrry ? 10 M bir Prim ? 0 5 Balllita ? id 11 uarrawa ? u i Kongoptl ? ],) 7 A!mo ? 0 ( Blickstcp ? 10 11 Lceitc ? !' 3 Diavolo ? 10 6 War MUt ? 9 3 Hobgoblin ? in 3 Pink Lady ? '.' 0 Cordelier ? 10 3 Kippling Avon .. .. !' 0 Mooenbar ? in 0 Moisisnor ? 9 0 Caibj-e ? 0 ii ,|is, siarda ? a 0 Ilcnmqua ? 0 11 Lord Liua:ru .... U 0 RAILWAY IIIGII-WKIUIIT HANDICAP. (To Hart at 1.10 p.m.) A sweepstakes 0! s mjis each. 1 forfe...
TRAINING NOTES WORKING ATRANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
TRAINING NOTES WORKING ATRANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Soeclals. RAN DWICK— THURSDAY. The going on the 'magpie' grass track was fairly fast. Longacre put a mile past in 1.45. Krithia and Dick Wedgwood ran six furlongs in 1.20, and a second faster time was made by Basuta and Persian, Hood. Taquisara ran the last seven furlongs of a mile in 1.311. Sunlike was nut cKicuucu, uuu ruai i«c»qd puc a mije to his credit in 1.49 easily. Carine ran six fur longs in 1.22, while Prinus and Rocos spurted five furlongs in 1.7. Machine Boy and Chid ran seven furlongs on the tan in 1.34. A number of others did easy work.
TIPS BY CRANBROOK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
TIPS BY CRANBROOK HURDLE RACE : CAIBYE or BLACK STEP. RAILWAY HANDICAP : DUELER or DHULDUL. NOVEMBER NURSERY : BROLLY or THRICB. 1 MELBOURNE CUP : SHEPHERD KING ? 1 Wolaroi ? „ ? 2 Wallace Isinglass ? 3 STEEPLECHASE : BOOLIGAL or RENDROCK. YAN YEAN HANDICAP: TRINGA or WEDGE.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
A SPORTING NOVEL (By Anraun weight.) « 'KEANE OF KALGOORLIE' post Free within the Commonwealth for 1/5 per ccof from THE RKFEREE Office. Sydney. VICTORIA PARK RACES TO-DAY MELBOURNE CUP DAY 203 Entries 203 12.30 First Race 12.30 ALL MELBOURNE RESULTS POSTED SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE. GATES OPEN AT 10.30. BETTING ON ALL MELBOURNE EVENTS SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES. ' COBCROFT, Secretary.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
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MOTOR DRIVER AT VERDUN LOADS OF DOPED GERMAN YOUNGSTERS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
MOTOR DRIVER AT VERDUN LOADS OF DOPED GERMAN YOUNGSTERS By R. CARTWRIGHT in The Autoczr. I Fntz has had a relapse, he has had another : qo at poor old Verdun, not an ordinary straf ing bluff, but a well-prepared lusty smash. ; hop,nc ?ho doubt to make up ior the Somme I debacle by a snatched victory. ; My old Renault and all the other odds and ends of cars have grunted and grumbled 'their ? way up and down with the harvest of cripples; ! the spasm was severe while it lasted, hut natu rally it couldn't ;.-st long, and now Fritz has „«» .. nauiy ur.m .inu icii on me point, anu ; is further away than ever from the poor old ; town which was to signal the Huns' triumph | with the final bonfire of its ancient timber. j FRENCH ELASTICITY OF TEMPERA I MENT. I But we march quickly here by the side of I the Mcusc: it is n failing of the Hun not to I recognise that defenders can just an much adapt their armor as can the attacking enemy his weapons. All manner of mighty traps have yielded their...
VICTORIA PARK—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
VICTORIA PARK— THURSDAY. The hurdles were wide out on the middle grass track this morning, when Greek Fire ran nine furlongs in 2JJ. Orsaka and Applique ran five furlongs in 1.5J. Linora put in a strong five furlongs. On the course proper Conccpta and Redress spurted three furlongs in 39Jscc. Dave Whit *-nn TMnt-riett ntlfl Drtrirn wi»r*» tin th* -icf..t list The following work was recorded on the tan: Water|eigh ran five furlongs in 1.8. Secrete galloped seven furlongs in 1.345. Chalma and Desert Malt spurted three furlongs in 38isec. Dion and Precarious ran six furlongs in 1.21. Inshire spurted half a mile in 53sec. Gaba Tepe and Blackacre ran six furlongs in 1.20. Mandento and War Tax put up 1.511 for a mile. Silver Steel and Morse Code ran six furlongs in 1.20. Etoile slipped over half a mile in 51sec, and Rose Haven a like distance in 53]scc Brest and Satin Bill did six furlongs in 1.22. Red Shot ran half a mile in 55sec, and Patiala six furlongs in 1.201. Rosebery Racing Club ...
ASCOT SPRING THOUSAND WINNER [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
ASCOT SPRING THOUSAND WINNER The Ascot Spring Thousand was the racing attraction in Melbourne last '1 uesday, and .his event of importance was run in divisions. Steel On was a i to 1 favorite lor the firit civis.on, with 8 to 1 on offer against The luck, and tne latter won by a head Jroni Annex, with Parthos a couple of length away in tnird place, btarters lor the second division all haa to carry 101b extra, and Brussa was a pronounced tavorite at 7 to 4. The winner, however, turned up in Miss 1-ootbolt, who started at 15 to 1 and won by three lengths trom Conference Maid, who was two lengths ahead of Avlona. The Tuck, who carried 11.5, traversed the journey (51 furlongs less 10 yards) in lmin IOJbcc. while Miss Footbolt carried 8.5 to the front in lmin llsec. The Tuck was a 7 to 4 on favorite for the run-off, but Miss Footbolt, who had only to carry her original handicap weight (7.9). beat him by a length in lmin 1C l-5sec. Miss Footbolt is an aged chestnut mare by Footbolt from Me...
VICTORIA PARK RACES By THE SCOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
VICTORIA PARK RACES By THE SCOUT. The Victoria Park Racing Club holds a meeting this afternoon, when in view of the fact that several of the races are likely to be run in divisions, a start will be made at 12.30 p.m. Special trams at frequent intervals will convey patrons to and from the gates of the course. Anticipations: — MAIDEN HANDICAP: First Division. RASTUS or PRINCE COOLIE. Second Division. CAROS or HOWARD LADY. FLYING HANDICAP: First Division. MERV BLEND or FILLE DORMI. Second Division. RAPIDO or URILLA. FOURTEEN-TWO MAIDEN HANDICAP: First Division. KITTY KEARNEY or REMIM. Second Division. LADY KILEVEN or SWANHAVEN. ENCOURAGE STAKES: ZONAM ? 1 Persian Cup ? 2 Ficldmoore ? 3 FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP: MORVEN lHSS ? 1 Roy Queen ? 2 Livcrette ? .... 3 VICTORIA PARK HANDICAP: MIRZAN ? .. .. 1 North Star ? 2 ttalston ? ... 3 FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP: DOUGHBOY ? ..' 1 Duke Merv ? 2 Rose Aymer ? 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
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TRAINING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
TRAINING NOTES On th: big sand at Flemington this morn ing Barlow just let'. Juan Fernandez and Quin ologist over a mile in 1.475. Wallace Isin glass finished strio.ing work with two furlongs in 25sec. end is in great iicart. Eastcourt did three furlongs i.i 28|sec. Colugo ran half a mile in 52scc. Hoprig 515scc. Pretty Cool and Twinkling 51Jsec. Wisning Cap and Marcul fus did five furlongs in 1.8J. The former is Christian Brother. Agatlion. Prince Bardolph and Mehi King all worked usefully. This morning Kilboy and Sasanol were re stricted to exercise in the paddock adjoining their training quarters. The former was de cidedly lame, but there did not seem much amiss with Sasanof. Among the Cup candidates working at Caul field this morning one of the lew 6prints was half a mile in 541sec by Amata. The Williamstown Club was offered the use of Caulfield and Moonee Valley courses in the event of rain affecting their course, but there was no necessity to accept cither offer for the Willia...
ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPORT Not Out on the Old Spirit [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
QNQt UPONi Not Out on the Old Spirit In The Referee this week Not Out tells of' feeing two cricketers of other days last Satur day delving in and helping to win for their district club in tt-.e second grade. The brief story indicates the hold that cricket gets upon those who grow up with it in this country. He writes: — 'I was very plraseii to fee two veterans keep ing up their end at thr Sydney Cricket Ground an Intercolonial junior performer thirty years ago. and Frar.k V.cElhonc. who hal the honor of making the second highest score. '93. for Paddingtcn in the first wesson of district club cricket as far tack as 1893 The pair arc help ing Wavcrlcy in the second gride. Frank McEIhonc had drifted out of cricket since the war broke out. ant! occasionally when we met he spoke rather ominously about the came not being what it was some years ago. I used to ask him when he las: saw any cricket, or when he last pbved. ar.u. b;ir.g a truthful youth, he admitted that he hatl been employing ...
THE BETTING MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
THE BETTING MARKET By Wire— From PUot Business on the Cup is very quiet. Shepherd King is favorite, closely attended by Wolaroi, who is succeeded by Quinologist. The next is Prince Bardolph, and then Torbanc and Sasa nof, followed by Wallace Isinglass, with Bee, Lingle, Amata, and Eastcourt leading the re mainder. Carlita is at a liberal price, while at long odds Honorious continues to meet with support.
Position of Referce in Boxing [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
Position of Referee io Bcxlng In a very interesting ai'.icle in The Referee this weels ftir. \V. F. Cqrbeti puts iorth a plea for the oi::sidc 01 the r:.:;; r.s the bejt position for the refcrrc to cf.:ciau and view the work of boxers mriiic the riti;:. He says: 'I remember the question being discussed three years ago at a welcoming dinner given to the late Tom McCo-micl:. his manager (Silas AlZCr). Ec.ctic MiGoorlv hi* mnnfli'rr (Joe Levins), and Yoans Saylor. Mr. Alger said that at his popular boxing hall in Ply mouth, where trsriy good fiRhib had been de cided, the referee war. always en the outside. Also that the practice had worked so well that no one could persuade l:i:;i to alter it -The referee outside the ring judges the moves, and the boxing generally — from as near the same viewpoint as possible of the crowd, and I think, if he alw.-.ys sat there, these eternal difference:; between him and the other spectators might be avoided or lessened a great deal. 'I remember the cou...
GOLF NOTES WOMEN GOLFERS AND THE KENSINGTON LINKS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
GOLF NOTES WOMEN GOLFERS AND THE KENSINGTON LINKS By TEE TEE. The following letter, putting the case for the associate members of the Australian Golf Club, in relation to the suggested abolition of the women's golf course at Kensington, came to | hand too late for publication in The Arrow last week. The letter speaks for itself : I (To the Editor The Arrow.) Sir.— For the last few weeks I have been rather interested in the golf notes re the Aus tralian Golf Club. I have been the associate secretary of this club for sever, years,1 so am well able to Eive some facts rcsardine our links. I think the womrn's opinion as to the abolition of the short course should also be published, as they feel deeply the injustice done to them by a few men of the club. For at least five or sis years Mr. D'Arcy has most perscveringly tried to abolish the short course. His argument has always been that the associates' expenses exceed thtir subscrip tions. This is not in accordance with the facts, as very ...
ON THE BEACHES AND ELSEWHERE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916
ON THE BEACHES AND ELSEWHERE I cannot Summer by the tea. But loafing in the parks IsP«-ty nice, and brings to me No fears concerning sharks. Madge : To save time, why don't you wear your bathing suit under your street clothes? Majorte : How can I. dear ? It shows. Grubbs : Does your wife find the Summer rrsnrt at fin- \7!1!-,r.i. U.. .1 ? .. . --._.- _, w«. . »n^t\. uy i;jc sea, wncrc snc :?:, staying reasonably comfortable ? Stubbs : I judge, so. Less than 90 per cent of each ot her letters is consumed in complaints ,I?°a.. v-c. ?'''?''V of th« accommodation and Reported in the American Presn that a VarysyiKc man threw his cork' leg to a drowr.ing girl : We've heard of eyes thrown to the ceiling. And p.lances downcast to the floor. But must confess the qutrct: feeling When we read of legs heaved from the shore. That map was right there for tbe beauty. But tMnk of how awkward 'twould be. If the ma:ie:i wi.h keen sense of duty - _Shet:ld__3ttcn:pt reciprocity. v I ON THE CITY BOWLING...