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WALLSEND J.C. RACES PLATTSBURG HANDICAP—5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

WALLSEND J.C. RACES PLATTSBeRG HANDICAP— 6 fnrlonrs it 'h it Ib Lord Nairn .? .. ..9 12 Ltrly Blaeksand.- ». 8 2 Tarctt ....... 8 S Tony Blue ? 8 0 Bob Bunsow „ .. 8 6 Ixml Repton .. M fi 0 (JoodBeld ? S 5 Due Ctcrttr .. ..7 0 Vannu ? S 8 Malnfeather — — — 7 3 Odd Gun ? ? - Lusitan ..,.._ t U rcribo Girl .. ..8 2 Klngo Lad ...._« 7 WT.LTER HANDICAP— 7 furlonjl. Tareet ........ 0 9 Flower Port .. ?. 7 7 Cathedral.. ...... 9 7 Tarilla ? 7 7 Tony Blue ...... 9 3 All Right .. .. — 7 7 .Toy Gun .. .. H 0 2 Molly O'Grady .. M 7 7 King Hampton. . .. 8 ** Halbronn.. .. n H 7 7 Knecbh .. .. H — H 8 Nookawarra .... H 7 7 Dick-man .. .. — _. 8 8 Jean Mostyn M _ 7 7 Maid of Arerte - ?- 8 * MundooLu. _ _ _ 7 7 Rlchana .. „ _ _ 8 4 Poslda .. _ _ — 7 7 Goldflnn, .. ? 8 0 Brpnirra ........ 7 7 fviona^. ? 8 0 Lady Peebles .... 7 7 NUBSEEY IU3PICAP— 6 farJonES. Doable 8trccs^i ^ 0 & Gunner Torn_ H M S 7 jusitan .. M w _ f- 2 Major Eddio.. H M 6 7 Dandelttn.. .. H H 8 2 ltutheen .. .. H H 6 7 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY UNION SHOREMEN, SMILING VICTORS: AMONG THE PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

RUGBY UNION SHOREMEN, SMILING VICTORS: AMONG THE PLAYERS By THE WINGER. Two excellent games are promised in the M.R.U. this afternoon. At North Sydney Oval I the local team— winners in every game this , year except in the opening round— will be faced by quite a hard proposition in Y.M.C.A. \ The previous meeting provided an even game, i for the Shoremen won by goal-kicking against a try. Seven points to three was the verdict, i and a penalty goal and a field 'goal gained | the winners' point:. | The Y.M.'s are out to reverse that defeat this afternoon, and though they meet a greatly improved side in Humphreys and his men, yet the/ arc confident that all will be well. The clash between the forwards should be good, .-.s both arc of the vigorous type, with plenty cf dash when the ball is in front of them. However, it is difficult to know nowadays whether the full strength of the rival fifteens will be available! The call of the men in camp and from other branches of war work often caus...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.A.T.C. RACES SATURDAY, JULY 16. LEAMINGTON BURDLES—2 miles 1 furlong 61 yards. (To start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

V.A.T.C. RACES SATURDAY, JULY 16. .'.EAMINGTON HURDLES-: milo 1 furlong II yaMi. (To itirt at l.M p.m.) -t Hi at Ih JuMuodur.. - „ .. 12 7 r.lcntmlt ? fi 7 lord firry ? 12 4 Illackjtrp ? 0 7 .lack Iliee ? 11 7 Ilimdons ? !- 0 Wi.lilrn ? 11 ll Muuility ? II r. I'lbridce ? 11 .1 Sir Prin ? 0 .'» Van Ilnmreit;h .. .. II t I'tinilier ? ft .'1 Lord Dudley ? 11 0 Mr Fife ? 11 4 Hypo ? 1011 rnioii Armi ? ft I Shot Out ? 10 0 I'alahash ? !- 2 Orrek Fire ? 10 » Rlvrrnook ? n 2 Mortupa ? 10 fl ,Miithi«\Tlli ? n 2 Atora ? 10 7 mil Brandon ? 0 2 Kllhon ? 10 7 Coronntm ? 11 2 Ro}-al Precedent .. 10 7 Kartell ? !l '-' ncca.»dtic ? 18 7 lntrAnlte ? n » Admiral Orand .. .. 10 '.' Mcl.ajjck ? II J Wifroiuin ? 0 10 Karl iSodnln ? 9 0 Clumcttus ? 9 7 I.ILLIMCR T\vn.YEAR.0LD_7 furlonp. (To start, at 3.S p.m.) Kttcfred .. - .. .. 0 12 Parkdalc ? 7 4 Modros --.... H S lVrrler ? 7 3 lloprls .. .. _ .. 8 S Fayctle ? 7 2 AI;ol ? 8 0 llrr (Juecn. ? 6 13 Trip It ? 7 1:: Tifli.1 ? C is Mount Stuart ? 7 13 Catl...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ANNANDALE POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

AN ANNANDALE POINT OF VIEW. 'We do not win too often, as you no doubt . arc aware,' writes a man of Anr.andalc. 'And \ in the newspapers we do not get too much of i the beautiful limelight of publicity. I have just thought how nice it would be to sec some thing in the Arrow rrom the point ot' view of one who looked at the AnnanCale v. Newtown j match with an eye that glowed joyously when- | r»v*»r fh^ linv; rii'1 inmftiiiilP to make ttlOSC Ot I Newtown feel their might. And if you do not | mind I would like you lo find room for the j following ruminations.' Only too happy to oblige, seeing that there is no undue crowing and no rubbing into the ' boys of Blue who went down fighting hard. The ; views of the man of Annanualc : — i The second half of the match was well worth i going any distance to sec. The Maroon and Gold boys, by scintillating football, ran over their opponents in a way astonishing even to ; their most ardent supporters, of whom I am ] one, and two-eyed at that. ' j N...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

SOCCER TO-DAY. ;; ASN\XDAI,F. v. PVRMONT, SiMrta Ground. ' V GRANV1I.LK v. Y.H.C.A., C'rifkut Gruiuul So. *? NOHTll SYDSBY v. lULM.UX, North Shore Oval. ADMISSION': firanilfland, Sispmcc. ?

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

10 PER CENT. CROSS GATE liECEITTS DEDUCTED FOK PATBIOTIO AND CIUTUTABLE FC\DS. WESTERN SUBURBS v NEWT OWN. ST. LUKE'S OVAL. EASTERN SUBURBS v GLEBE, AGRICULTURAL GROUND. ? ' ANNANDALE v NORTH SYDNEY. WENTWORTH PARK. SOUTH SYDNEY v BALMAIN, SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. AN EARLY MATCH ON EACH GROUND. ADMISSION. 6d ; STANDS. 6d EXTRA. H. R. MILLER, Secretary. I THE 4F^ V TE^IOLTIT*' 'El^ A. SS^^T^fii The only UNDEFEATED CLUBS of the «*'*'»-¥ A MD A tf^TWBT ' R «1 - Wfi |Hb il* '^T B* ^. f^L 7^^ H /^% Second Round. ' K^f SnLl%.P^l m /ik%J*A** *-? '^jP JLrir ^ML'gf -M-Jjy Jfi, .nj^ ^ 0 J&mm^JL 2a»%*^ J&L VnJ^ 'JJo not miss *?-'» Exceptionally Fast 'STAR' MATCH. THE PACE A CRACKER ALL THE TIME. of football . TO-DAY, Agricultural Ground, 3,15 p.m. &»* ^^0,,^ s-j^.^^Wftb?*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MIGHTY GOOD TEAM TO DO IT." [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

'MIGHTY GOOD TEAM TO DO IT' Eastern buburos, like Ulebc, arc just iijw at1. their top, playing like a machine, and ;t will ! tanc a miBiity good team to whip them. Ot ] tins Glebe arc aware. \ . The point is: Whicli has improved most since they last rr.ct. when the result was honors i-ity 7 borne will tell you that Eastern Suliurlir. have put on the Greater amount of team i;oh h Some v/ill tell you that Glebe is the team. Wcli, on what I have seen I should say tnat Glebe have improved most all round. Eastern : Suburbs hevc come on remarkably in attack but it is open to question it' they have prc ccrvca the aigh-water mark of their defence. In the first half of the season it was my im- ? prcsjion that Glebe were inferior to Eastern I Suburbs in defence, but recent form induces me ? to think that this is oo no longer. ' In the first round neither side scored a try ! the points being 2, all, and the attacking pow-r-'i ', hid not developed to the point of cxcellenc ? now attained. Which...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY LEAGUE PREMIERSHIP :: WILL EAST CHECK GLEBE ? The Reds are Emulating the Merry Imps of " All Black" Jersey : Notes by The Cynic [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

RUGBY LEAGUE PREMIERSHIP :: WILL? EAST CHECK GLEBE? The Reds are Emulating the Merry Imps of ' All Black' Jersey : Notes by The Cynic The Rugby League premiership position to dsy is as interesting as it ever was at this stage of any other 'eason, tor we find three leading clubs owning 20, li.', and 18 point:-, with Bal main on top once again, South Sydney next, and Glebe COTM115 wilh the pace of a Carbine down the straight at the end of a three miles rccc. Opinions as to the team which a few weeks hence will be hailed as champions of the year ore as varied as the colors in the Slar.scs worn by partisans who line the fences J aivl SII the stands. And yet we might have the problem solved lo-day. | Last week the one match which enthu siasts expected to shed light on the problem was that at the Agricultural Society's Ground. And yet the light there war. of a hazy sort in more ways than one. The Glebe showed the form of a team capable of whipping all comers, but against this is the Email...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

COURSING By AMESBURY. With three V/aterloos listed for this week il rray be described as 'blue-ribbon week.' Of course, chief interest has centred in thc doings at thc Werribec enclosure, near Melbourne. where the richly-endowed Victorian V/atcrloo Cup has been decided, and in which N.S.W. has been represented by some ot her best and tr.05t noted greyhounds. At the time of penning these notes no word lias come to hand as to final results, but, any how, of the four N.S. Wales representatives, two (Mr. Bennett's iamous bitches Beauty Spot and Black Hope) reached thc semi-final, but infortunatcly thcy then had to meet. Beauty Spot was favorite for thc stake st 3 to 1 against. The :eprescntative ot South Australia (Messrs. Stirling and Moody's f d Ad Crec, by Hapalc, imp.) — V'otrc L'unc) was Iv.-atcn in thc first course. I We will have coursing asaln in the metro politan area next week — at thc Fifcficld cnclo ! sure, near Liverpool, on Thursday and Friday. I The chief event is thc Bra...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

BAKER'S STADIUM TQ-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-MGHT I Icon open 7 o'clock. Kirst try-out, T.13. Kir-t preliminary, 7.-j, .1I1U1Y 1ICLDKN v. AL. WIUTE. i'tk. rni:n winch v.' dan- tierney. BUCK -CROUSE'v. DAVE SMITH PHICES, 10/ (lies.). 0. , 3/, and 2/. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT Kim* Try'.!!'! Vso.'' Ms KonitiU' Cvntcft. S.7. I Hit. SKAKGC v. 1111.1, I.OSC. Trti KoumU1 Contest, S.S3. HAY KKAtiXKV v. LKS. WIDDERS. Twenty. rouiM Contrrt, y.7. TIM TK.U'KY v. (iKOIiGi: COOKE. PRICKS : i/ Utci.)i -/ an.l 1'. Matinee Next Thursday, 3 p.m. 1. lloxiw: 3 round, (Tryout). ?J. llarn~s und Ionics iJ-Ymatwnal Aorialljt,). S. Trainins KsslilMtion To.ii.-n}- Irra (»ho meets Fred -. Training Kihikiiioi.', 'jai-k llml (who meetf Frank O'C'oiuicir tifvt M?ml;v. .-.. r.-po. Dean (Ch.ir.Kicr i um.'.lijn). li. Tr.iillins KxhIMlion. I'rol Kav. 7. Training K.xl!il-i:i«n, Frjnk O'Connor S. I'r-vlli- awl Cork- (.-i.ul.n-tto, jml Djncfn) !-. Training KxhiMiim l-y Sminiay, Week's OontMtant 10. Tiaiuins K\!iibi:ioi. l.y .Sjtiinla...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

BOXING TAUGHT by WILL DIBLEY, 36 LOWER CAMPDEI.L STEEET, SERBY hiitc Bo}i prtpiriog for lo-Round Contdt« tX Stadium

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GUN [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

THE GUN 1 ^ I Paradox was in remarkably fine form on jiuc-iday, when the iourth competition for the I 1-aithfull Cup, under the auspices of the N.S. i Wales Gun Club, was decided at the grounds I at Ma-.cot. He star.cd nadly. by missing his i first bird, but after that treated his fellow competitors and the spectators to some remaik ably fine shoolins. He won. and obtained his firKt le'-in fnr ihi» tronhv bv killing 14 ojt of IS birds. Messrs. R. F. Kyrie. J. McLean, and Walter Watson, with 13 kill* each, were run r.ers-up. Paradox followed up tliis success by dividing Nc. 1 and No. 2 sweeps, the former with Messrs. W J. Miller and R A. Hill, with four kills each, and the latter with Mr. C. N. D. Richard son with three kills. He did not participate in the third sweep. He shot 21 out of 22 birds, and used the second barrel on three occasions only. It was remarkably fine shooting, for it wa-, a bleak afternoon, with a stiff breeze blowing right across the ground. In addition, the bird...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING PARSONS LOWERS THREE ROAD RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

MOTOR CYCLING PARSONS LOWERS THREE ROAD RECORDS By BEDE CARROLL. Locally, the sport of motor cycling is dor mant. Only the efforts of the Cumberland and Canberra clubs have kept the game going at all during the past year or so. Now that these two active bodies are having a spell motor cycling is at the funeral stage. It is well nigh time that the clubs which have been so inac tive awakened. The Cumbcrlanders cm well be excused from taking a short :,pcll. This is the most active, go-ahead club affiliated to that dead organisation known as the Auto-Cycle Asso ciation, and' it is only having a short spell, for it will resume operations on July 26. with a smoko. and anticipates that its first compe tition will be the combined acceleration test with the Canberra's, providing the latter is in earnest in rcg3rd to its invitation to the Pax ramatu men. H. A. Parsons, the Victorian rider, who created a sensation by riding 100 miles in 971 minutes, in the first half of the Mortlakc 200 at Eas...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RULES IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

AUSTRALIAN RU J2S IN SYDNEY , By WARATAH. To-day's Sydney Leasuc fixtures promise i.othins particularly attractive to outside fol lowers of the 5=mc. Prom a club viewpoint, 1-owever results will be watched with keen interest' by reason of the fact that they will heve an important bearing on places in the semi-finals. Matche.- to-day will complete the second round, and it so happened t.ic three lcadins ttams arc pitted against the three hohini kv.-er positions. Puddinjton's win over Bal main has put them in the running for the chal lenge rii;ht. though ISalmain still hsU a sub Mar.tial lead in that respect. Ba!man hold pride of place with C wins: Pad air.Ston and Ncwtown follow with 13 wins ench, vl'il- Sydney, with 3, arc in advance of East Sydney and Somh Sydney, each of whom has oat 2 wins. Balmain and East Sydney will meet at Rush cr.ttcrs Bay Oval, and. taking a line from the excellent form of the Easterners, Balmain will have to give oi their best to secure victory. As i win wo...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE MATCHES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

MuMIIirUM: MATCHES TOR TO-D.IV. Carlten v. lit.-n-y. al Carltcn. Klcliinullil r. Lollinguoo.!, Jt Rlrhmonil.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES LIKELY PLACES FOR SPORT: SOW AND PICS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

FISHING NOTES ? ? * ? LIKELY PLACES FOR SPORT: SOW AND PICS By PISCATOR. High water at Sydney to-day at 8.22 a.m. and 1 B.4S p.m.: to-morrow at 9.8 a.m. and 9.29 p.m. j Slight variations may occur if the wind b^ 1 against the incoming tide, but they will not j arfect the figures materially. | Meteorologists cannot do anv lonn-distancc 1 forecasting with any assurance. If they could, fishermen's trips would be a more certain quan tity, and a man could arrange on Monday for a trip on Saturday, according to what the weather doctorr. told him. Naturally, hr would have to do rome cancelling of hopes al times, but that would be all in the game. At picsent a day ahead is about all the , weather prophets will shoot, except in settled v.-cathcr. when nor'-castcrs make for stable con ditions. Of all the many brands of fishermen operating in New South Wales, the schnapper catchers of the deep sea and the rock-fishers of the outer cosst have the greatest need for piophccy regarding their weathe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE FOOTBALLERS And Gossip of Their Matches To-day [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

MELBOURNE FOOTBALLERS And Gossip of Their Matches Today By ONLOOKER. Like many other instiiuiions, both public end private, sport has buffered financially through the world war. A class seems to h.v.'c n:i'cn to whom r.port of any kind is aniitnttr.ii. But the man who indulges in clean, hca'.'.hy spoil is never at any time the wortrc. The oM Litin apliori'Jm. mens iap«i in cor* pore i.ino (a sound mind in a healthy body), will probably outlast this century, not yet in its ncloleiccncc, at least. ? Ashmen J __Birtlctt'a_asile_ mind_ _ immediately coined a striking and everlastins phrasepic turc. when he referred to t!i'3e heroes who stormed the heigh'.:; of Gallipoli as this race of athletes. Be sure that the memorable feat of climbing those inaccessible clilis was stittened and buttressed by the training received on many a hard-fought football field. The neighboring rivals. Carlton and FiUroy. meel once again at Carlton to-day, and a good game should result. The iMaroons scared Col ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

SOME GENERAL NOTES. The Victorian Motor Cycle Club will hold a dinner this evening, at which Mr. A. J. Macarthur, who recently resigned the secretary ship, will be thanked for his efforts, extending over a period of 11 years, on behalf of the club. Entries are to close on Monday for the E.W.B. Cup. a 10 miles scratch race, for ma chines up to 500 c.c. which is to be held under the auspices of the Victorian Motor Cycle Club on July 22. The Victorian Club w-!l hold a social run on Sunday, July 23, to Yarra Glen. It scen« a pity that the Southern governing body can not infuse a little of its life into t.ic official! running most of the clubs in this State. Continuing its policy of keeping the club prominently before the public, the Victorian Motor Cycle Club has decided to hold a 24 hours' reliability trial, on August 24, and 1 big field is promised for the event. Canberra Club meets at Canberra House on TueBday evening to make final arrangements for the acceleration test in conjunctio...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JACK BOOTH WILL ATTEMPT TO REGAIN RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

JACK BOOTH WILL ATTEMPT TO REGAIN RECORDS. The three records Parsons has won. have aTl been taken from Jack Booth, and astride of his 8 Indian Power-Plus, he declares that he will win back the lot. Booth will use the same course, on the St. Kilda Road, as Par sons used. The crack Victorians have the re cord-breaking field to themselves, and. with Parsons and Booth astride opposition ma chines, and both remarkably fine riders, they promise to place the records where they will take a tremendous amount of beating at the hands of the next aspirant for record-breaking

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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