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DESERT GOLD NOT COMING OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
DESERT GOLD NOT COMING OVER. Latest advices from New Zealand say that the idea, of.' F. Davis bringing a team to Sydney, in which Desert Gold would have been a member, has now been abandoned. Mr. Lowry, the owner of the champion filly, is on his way to America, and, under present ar rangements will not be bock before our meeting is decided. It is also stated that Desert Gold ia still resting, which further confirms the news. , It is bad luck that the Dominion champ-on is not to come over here, as a meeting between her Woorak( and Cetigne over a mile would be worth going a long way to see. However, the chances are' she will come over in the ' Autumn, when by that time her record may be further enhanced.
TEAM ORGANISATION DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
TEAM ORGANISATION DIFFICULTIES. The difficulties of military team organisation arc numerous, as Harry Hay found to his cost last week-end. There were so many last minute ord-Ts that he found himself with many good players missing when he lined up against the Hying lot from Glcbc-Balmain. However all wiii be well lo-day, and the A.M.C. is hon ing that the first win will go towards their record after they have finished the game with Manly at the Village. The other game in the list of fixtures is the return between Glebe-Balmain and Cambridge, at the Grammar School Ground. The seniors won rather easily last time, but since then Cambr.dge have gained confidence of a win. 'Fuzzy' Noble, the winner of last year's sprint race among footballers now located at Newcastle, thinks he can defeat any city player over 1'9 yards, and writes to Harry Grose, of the Balmain Club, to the effect that he will come down when next the event is held to have a go. Perhaps some opportunity to hold a t'tatc Ch...
Perisepic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
rPertc°pkRm By CISEAUX. In Berlin the other day the police charged ' the crowd. Drunk and disorderly, your honor! Meat in Germany seems likely to disappear, according to Dutch reports. At meal times, no doubt. According to one report emanating from the Dutch, German Ministers will discuss new taxa tion at a beer party.' Better spell it 'bier.' The Germans say they have no cause to quar rel with the Australians. Our boys can safely be relied upon to rectify that little omission Hadji Mahomet Guilllanc is the Mahometan name of the Kaiser. But you should hear how the boys of Aniac pronounce it. The man Germany really fears may not bo found in the ranks of the Allies. The dangerous fellow to the Teuton is t!:e 'inner man' at home. Germany, having taken a rabbit census, ac cording to the Berliner Tanleblct;. it may beas sumca that the country's resources arc known The Daylieln Savins Bill may be all right, hut in the;e ti-rc' of high prices what about the daylight robLcry bilk to stop pu...
BOWLS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
BOWLS NOTES By JACK HIGH. Friends and countrymen, farewell. Old friend 'Toucher' will resume next week. While I go elsewhere, to bask in the sun. To-day the Pressmen clash against Allied Metals. ? Play will begin at 2.30. Teams will be found below. Marrickville players did the right thing well last Saturday, When they collected £15 for the widow of a one-time prominent bowler. Fifty-seven lawyers applied for briefs in the case tried at Mosman — Law v. Press. Happily only 16, including a K.C. or two, ap peared. The Press were down 37. : A re-trial of the issue will be taken next j month or September, when the Mosman de cision may be upset. j Victoria Park Club retains G. A. Thornc as I hon. secretary, at the unanimous wish of the ? officers and committee. , To-day the 'Knuts,' sided by Charles i worth, Saycr, Solomon (H.H.) and Siely (Par.). | leave for Grafton. i St. Georgians, headed by Pres. McMillan. ? presented the ?'Knuts' with little brass nuts ? mountc-i or. pins, which wili ...
Tween Drinks [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
TueenQMnks By J. DRAYTON. Many an otherwise good citizen has to take a holiday to-day because lie had one yesterday You can have the aviators in : Time is the fastest flier. What about battering averages for to«rs. ?? Headline : 'A German officer tells a story.' A trifle like that was not worth cabl:ng. His name was Dambitsch, anyhow. The Cynic writes to the effect that stocking was not rnr.de to rhyme with shocking, for nothing. The Germans made game of our boys in the beginning, but so far the kangaroo's tail is not ' in the soup. The Sultan of Egypt suggests a maternity home in Cairo as a suitable memorial to Kit chener — Kitchener, the pronounced misogynist ! While in Wales Mr. Hughes visited Llanrhai cryneinnerch, in Dcnishshore. When he ar rives we will get him to tell us the name of it. Funny thing about the pictures is that when one is put on to which you csnnct take your wife, it's just the one you can't keep h-r away from. One of the quid nuncs says there arc many goats am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
CRICKET Cricketers are bc(;in:i:iig to chirp of their annual meetings. Petersham held theirs the other night. Sydney District will hold theirs on the 19th inst., and Wavcrley will follow suit on the 20th. Wavcrley intend unveiling an honor board (on which are inacribsd tlte names of those who have cnlistca) on the nic'r.t of the meeting. Sydney arc gating on, f-r 1 notice from Kr. Secretary Marks1 letter ;h.-.; this will be their 16th annual. They had tlic East SyTT.icy Club as predecessor, though fe-.v. ?: any. 01 the old' club-men are still in the game w=th the exist ing club.
NEWTOWN STRENGTHEN BACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
NEV/TOWN STRENGTHEN BACKS. The other p.ame that stands out as likely to he ittractivr is the struggle between Univer sity sru! Kewlown-St. George, at Sydney Gram mar School Ground. 'Varsity, after putting up some fine Raises, was oif its play las'. week, and sadly missed some of its rearguard. To day :t is hoped that Gore, Taylor, and Furncr will be back on duty, for. if nimor is correct. there is a tolid opposition. The Dli'.cs have gained some strength as the rcsuli of the match with the Ncwingtor. College Old Boys ! last week, and Simpson, Taylor. Eaijcr. Hull and Newman arc available for the back divi sion. In tact, with the exception of the 'Var sity backs. v.'!io figured on the Old Boys' side, t .;.? v/ho.V of tiic back division in that game will turn out ior Ncwtown-St. George this afternoon. Under the circumstances it will more than liktly be a back game, as both sides should be suited thereby. E. E. Keary. who is in excellent form this season with the whistle, will have cha...
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
BOWLS, Press defeated Real Estate at Rockdale by 128-103. To-day Press play Allied Metals at Mosman. Teams : Maclcod, Gordon, Vcitch Reay (c.)i J. D. Alderson, KIchardson. Blacs ?tone, Charlton (c); J. Hogue, Martin, Me- I Alpln, Morgan (c.): Whiteliouse, Hawkins, | Heselhurst, G. Watson (c). j Burwood led Mosman in the shield match b;i 16-6 when rain stopped play. Match will b« continued later. The famous New Zealand race mare Warstcp ] goes to thc stud. Advices from Canterbury state that Warstep is to be mated with Solfcrir.o. by Soliman (son ot St. Simon) from Little KeJ I Spinner, a horse that was imported from Eng land last year by the Ellcrslic studmastcr, Mr. J. B. Reid. His dam is by Bonnet Roupc. 3 , son of Isonomy. Waritcp is by Martian f-'oni 1 Stcpdancer, by Stcpniak. a son of NordcMcldt. There were 4B noms. in the South Australian | Waterloo Cup. t'ic winner taknc £i:0 nnd the | Cup. In the fi:ial I.ouvain bcr.1. Irish Mdo'ly.
GOOD TACKLIN'G CAN WIN GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
GOOD TACKLIN'G CAN WIN GAMES. However, Fuscdalc's fifteen carry some win ning schemes, ynd :n-iy spoii the North Sydney .Mosman run of success just as North* did to them in the earlier same. One cJnr.ot forget that remarkabiy fife and solid game against Universitj-, .ind those three goals .it Manly last Saturday sho-.v that point-getting is not limited to Hies. Sound, solid tackling will have ;:n cr.ornious effect in any mntcli nyainst Norths. No dummies should be taken, and every tackle should be low and determined, otherwi.-c it will be brushed aside by at leist one of the leader's prominent men. Systematic liefcncc. wfili sood supporting work, is the game, and a gradual attainment of attacking position:;. ,
V.A.T.C. RACES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
V.A.T.C. RACES LEAMINGTON HURDLE : GREEK FIRE ? 1 Royal Precedent . .' ? 2 Lord Dudley or Becassine ? 3 LILLIMUR TWO-YEAR-OLD : MUDROS ? 1 Alr.ol ? ?. ? .1 Tiflis or Farbside ? 3 MUPRUMBEENA HANDICAP : ARISTAEUS ? 1 Mcroo ? 2 Defence ? J GODFREY WATSON STEEPLE : WESTAWAY ? 1 BibUenlukc ? - Artillery Bill ? 3 KAMBROOK TRIAL : LI3 NOIR ? 1 Sir Traquair ? - Tongkah or Rudas ? 3 MALVENA WELTER : LADY CHALLACOMBE ? 1 Pochee ? 2 Nari or Golden Rock ?? ?? .... 3
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME MOOREFIELD RACES HURDLE RACE. (To Mart at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME MOOREFIELD RACES HURDLE RACE. (To Hurt at 'in n.m.l A birillcip ci ion rovj : yconrl horv in im «nd third hime .i join Ironi pflw. Th« winner of uijr hurdle mi- or ?.(ri-pleelu'e a:irr Uio iWlinition ot iiclshu 10 (irry loll. p.Ttra. Mnal ; nUlw. it u- Sir. .1. H. Tt-tmuu!,^ i,r ,. HIII.MUIBIHV. «Rf-l 12 i Mr. Murray HuMm1 rti m (OUItlK, (N.Z.), agtd.. 11 .'? Mr. ',i. nirkv i, e yr. jii:doc, »scj ? ii 2 Mr. .Mvk« !-uvz.inN b g A..I.I.. Cv« ? 10 10 Mr. T. Honolulu'-! 1-r c JACOLKKS. until ? 10 B Mi. W. V, lid ijr-j V. t|, s CORMAS. »Sfd.. .. 10 i Mr. «. P. tK.nslion-., |, , IXM'IS BROOK, »jbI .. 10 I Mr. !:. .1. frilic.if.--a !, .. 1SV.MI.11W, ouod .. .. !- 12 Mr. i:. .1. O'll-.t.irr'« !.. ~ |X)RI) Tll.KKR, Bjm .. » la Mr. V. (I. llrpyon'i It in VKIX0WD0C, e.m .. .. 0 10 ? Kr. -: ««nne'.i tr c ZAIIAUIXK. ascd ? 0 7 Mr. .1. lniin'- Ii - THIIAHIKHOUS. arM .. .... 0 r. Mr. V. -;. ilcnjcii'a 1. h CLASH Ot' ARMS, Ijn.. 0 0 Mr. Xv. tlMUTiV br s AIUHIJ.ARV. S:t» ? 0 ...
PLAY AND THE PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
PLAY AND THE PLAYERS. W. Messenger's ten goals in twelve shots for Eastern Suburbs against Western Suburbs eclipses anything done by the great Dally M. for the club— so says a Paddington enthusiast. They say that Messenger the younger has recently picked up a wrinkle or two in the art of controlling the direction of the ball when gropelled by the foot If so. consistency should enceforth mark his goal-kicking. And if that be so Glebe will require to net all the tries and goals possible to bring them through to vic tory. ? G. McGowan, the mighty atom of South Sydney, performed some brilliant tackling against Glebe. One of the best of the day by him, however, was adjudged illegal by a '.ouch judge. The towering Burge was shooting through like a Donaldson when McGowan took him low, and the impetus of his sprint caused Burge to turn a somersault, though in doing so he got rid of the ball, and the Reds carried it They attacked and worked into excellent position, though the touch judge wen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
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BALMAIN AND SOUTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916
BALMAIN AND SOUTH SYDNEY. If Balmain get over the two big hurdler, they arc faced with on the next two Saturdays it will be of no moment to them how Glebe fare in the final Saturday against Western Suburbs, provided the Reds win to-day. But Glebe arc sure to defeat Western Suburbs, and it is possible that Balmain may go down in one oi even both matches yet to be played. ? The premiers, however, are making every | preparation for the fray. Last Sunday they enjoyed a heart-to-heart talk over affairs at an outing up the river. Mr. R. Latta, the lion, secretary, states that they have swung into the best of form and will field a fine team. They are confident that the first round result, wher. they won 24 to 10 against South Sydney, will be repeated. When you come to ponder over it, 24 to 10 is a conclusive score, more particularly in light of the fact that South Sydney did not lower their colors in cither match last season. Balmain anticipate putting into the field prac tically the same ...