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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

^^^^^^WM^lJF!^^^ ^^^^^^^^0? PERFECTION FIGHTING, ripi. leither lined 6 or 8 or. .... ..22/S H K^^^B^^]i^v HKiH-CKADK ri'jMTlNG. nrpa. mr'.ed hair, laced palma, 0 o: S K. IH ml $* JLN^ MrtlilETT. Vrci.i! napai' Iaced'palms',''''hair-rtuBcd',' te.' '..'.'.' '.'. 35/ Q (MH^Rpl^R^ SPORTS DKPT. Ol'EN' TILL 0 P.M. FRIDAYS. j&j M AUSTRAL1A5 GREATEST SPORTS OUTFITTER5 f| H & cnY Sports Depot ii9 KinoSt and at Newcastle and BRisBANEgl

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE BOXERS :: BRIGHT GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS Fritz Holland will Entertain Tommy Uren in the Magic Square To-night : [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

AMONG THE BOXERS :: BRIGHT GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS ~ ^ ^^^ ^'^ «-*-s- ? -*-♦-?- -j~^- Fritz Holland will Entertain Tommy Uren in the Magic Square To-night : \ By 'Solar-Plexus' I have received a souvenir o[ the Darcy Sroith contest at Brisbane on Wednesday morning, when the champion won so easily. Sergeant Battling: Jack Taylor returned from bis stay at DalRetty, and looks remarkably welL As is customary with this good fellow, he made many friends. They presented him with a c°ld ring, gold fountain pen, gold sleeve links, and a silver cigarette case. Mr. Harry Hinton writes triat his friend, Art Riordan, is prepared to meet Regan in a return match over a six or ten round journey, and for a sidestakc. Kiordan is under Bill Dib ley*s charge, and being a willing kind or youngster should improve under such tuition. By awarding Sol Jones the contest over Sid Francis on a knock-out at Brisbane recently, the referee was in error, according to the facts given by our Brisbane correspondent in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

CRICKET The New South Wales Association expects every cricketer who can do so to turn out at French's Forest to-morrow to help in the build ing of homes for wounded soldiers and their dependents. They are invited to assemble at The Sp!i at 9.30, where tlicy'will bo able to join a motor lorry for the scene of operations. Each' one Is asked to bring his luncheon with him.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

HOWL/ GO//JP STWFCorbetr* There will be mach bunting about St. George Club's premises as well as other signs of a gala time this afternoon,- provided matters meteorological are at all favorable. There will also be a very Urge gathering oi ladies and gentlemen if all who have accepted Hr. Presi dent E. W. R. McMillan's cordial invitation put in an appearance. The occasion, as everybody should know by now, is a re-union of old and present member* of the club. The idea origin ated with Mr. McMillan, an'd he has been work ing hard for some weeks past to ensure the most successful resulra. The game of bowls was never on a better footing than it is now. Evidence the unusual number of social events, and their importance, during the present Winter. It may turn out that we have had bigger things than the gather ing to take place at Rockdale to-day, but it ii all Lombard-street to a China orange that no thing the past has seen will be referred to as having excelled it from the point of view o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

ROWING ♦ ? By ARGUS. It is announced that the N.S.W. Rowing Association has decided to again abandon the holding of the Senior and Junior Pennant com petitions for the season. It has also decided to alter the fee for each delegate to the Associa tion from £2 to £1, provided that such fee be paid within one month from date of the resolu tion. Following last year's procedure, capita tion fees will not be asked for the current year. Lieut. J. C. Bowdcn, whu was captain of the Banks (Melbourne) R.C. for three years, and a well-known oarsman, is reported as missing. Let us hope this may at worst mean that he is a prisoner of war. This afternoon the Lcichhardt Rowing Club will hold a handicap members' pair-oar race, when it is expected that, six or more crews will face the starter. The race wi.l be rowed over the usual club course, from Kodd Island to the club's boathousc. An invitation has been issued to the lady friends of the mem bers, and it i3 expected that a large number will put in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROFESSIONAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

PROFESSIONAL ITEMS. Last month the well-known New Zealand ! sculler 'Paddy' Hannan underwent an opera tion in Wairau Hospital for an injury to a leg. which supervened as a result of his race v/ith Wm. Webb for the Dominion champion ship. The Hunter River SculKng Club are holding a regatta on the Hunter River on September 10, the proceeds of which are in aid of the McDevitt Fund. Bill- McDevitt is the well known member of the Parramatta River Club who recently returned from tne -'ront severely wounded. About a doren Parramatta River members have already signified their intention of making the trip. Any other scullers wishing to go can hand their names to Mr. George Towns. ^ ? ^^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.R.C. AUGUST MEETING AUGUST HURDLE RACE, Of 200 [?]ovs. 2 miles. (To start at 2 o'clock.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

V.R.C. AUGUST MEETING AUOCST HURDLE RACE, Of 200 eors. : miloL (To elart at 2 o'clock.) it Ih at lb Btlliltt ? 11 7 N'ymple ? S - Van Homreigh .. ..11 7 Buniiong ? a t KffenMcence ? II 0 Clenkirk ? 0 1 Hypo ? 10 8 Union Arms ? 0 3 Ralnure ? 10 K Blind Murphy ? 0 1 Black Step ? in s Carpatliui ? 0 0 Boyco ? 10 .1 Splivten Duyvil.. ..0 6 Lftmua ? f 'J Coronatua ? 0 0 War Mlit ? » 8 Black Sh.g ? 0 0 Muuday ? I) 7 Caiby ? 9 0 Gobble ? 9 5 TIIK HILL STAKES, Of ?J0 ion. 0 furlong*. (To start at 2.40 p.m.) Utendo ? 0 10 Allegory ? 7 8 HijthfltW ? OS gfr Twiuair ? 7 0 Blague.. ? 0 'J Alilable ? 7 2 Andelciia ? ti 1 Firebrick ? 7 5 Whitefleld ? S i3 Ettelrcd ? 7 5 CoeU-llo ? s la Ejector ? 7 0 William the Silent.. 8 11 WarraJn ? 7 0 lpoh ? 3 0 The Hague ? 7 0 Lndovitch ? SO Polvdamua ? 7 0 Klng'a Chancellor ..8 0 Uoolara ? S 7 Mich nock ? 8 5 Iloh noyal ? 8 7 M*lts\unl ? 8 1 Krin'B (lard ? « 7 flolikii Wire ? 8 1 Klnc;'« Bounty .... 8 7 Maltraver. ? R 1 Iivk ? « 7 Celom ? 8 0 Hiver Tame ? 8 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE, Of ISO sovs. 2[?] miles. (To start at l.[?] p.m.) (Final Acceptances.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

A.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING GRANT) NATIONAL HURDLE RACE, Of 450 son. 21 mllea. (To Hart at 1.45 p.m.) (Final Acceptance*-) Kat!nca*a ? 12 8 urewrtcr ? 9 8 Wondergraph ?? .. 11 11 Lord Thunderer ..9 7 Troublesome ? 11 i MurrangooE ? 0 6 ttconser ? 10 4 Vanardo ? 0 4 Hobgoblin ? 10 4 Rippling Avon .. .. 0 n Mooenbar ? 10 3 Alirebuckisa ? 90 Initiate ? 10 2 Yantara ? 0 0 Sederlck ? 10 0 (.'outline ? 9 0 Bill Brandon ? 0 12 Lceite ? 1 11 Bruri ? 8 12 Glenalbrn ? 9 0

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

BAKER'S STADIUM TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHfi Doon optn 7 o'clock. Vint trv-out. T.I5. First preliminary. 7.15 KIIA.VK liilAllAM v. JACK BSAXDOX. Soomi I'ri'htniiMry. S.5. Aiiriiii; i .1 ii- v. 'r!l:.v coliix^ MAIN' KVi:NT, M KOl'NOS. S-31 FRITZ HOLLAND TOMMY UREN nUCES: 10/ (res.), 0/, 3', ind 2/. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. ? Doom open T u'rlock. First Tryour. 7.15. 15 Itoumb r,.m.--t S o'clock. MAT linil'IIY v KRKD BROTTTJXE. MAIS KYUNT : M Hound*, &.SO. Owen Cairns v, Frank O'Connor riUCES : W iroj.), :?. ami 1.'. MATINEE NEXT THURSDAY 3 P.M. I. BoilnR tlinr rcumN itry-cmt*). ?J. llnli.-y an.l Ihrtli-tt (IVmrily Musicians). 8. Trahmi,; Kvln!-it :--:-. Have Smith, who meet. Art Map.l KM SaliiMay. 4. Training rxliilMli.m. Art Mitfrl. 6. Tlllon an,l ttY-t (in ]lit- ,.| VamltTillt). 6. TrJiiii:w K.N!iil.i!ini l.v llruri IVmlin, who meet* Tom 0'M.il!-.- -.-\t .M.mila- wi-l! 7. Training ??vh-l.';.. ?. I.) T.'iii OWIallrr. F. l.iinit. stoll (.M.lnary Vcnin!.»,i,i-t). 5. Trair.iiiiri Kilii...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UREN AND HOLLAND To-night for the Welterweight Championship of Australia [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

UREN AND HOLLAND To-night for the Welterweight Championship of Australia At the Stadium to-night, Fritz Holland will be called on to defend his welterweight cham pionship against Tommy Uren. from whom he won it on April 15 last, after 20 hard-fought rounds. On that occasion very little separated them in weight. Holland with 10.41. having the pull by only Jib. But on this occasion the j Austral-American has had a longer time for re ducing himself the necessary stone or 50, and will proh.ibly be lib or more heavier, and therefore in much better fettle for the hard task before him. He ? will also, it is to be lhoped.be minus the painful abscess then on his I left forearm, and accordingly may be expected tr. give a better account of himfelf, victor though he was then. After he lost to Holland. Uren accounted for Eddie Moy, but lost to Stone and to Fred Kay. But he is happy knowing th.it never belore was he as well as he is at present. That is the way he puts it. But one hears it from hi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRED DYER IN THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

FRED DYi:R IN THE STATES. Fred. Dyer writes m; .'ror.) New York : 'I ! hive not forgotten you ani yoar wonderful I country. Every oppor'.uni.y I cct I boom 'Alt*-' tralia, and have been in sonic very lively ar;u- ! rr.enti. I have boomed Darcy as much as I j c',-1'!. Ucause, in my humble opinion, he onset ] :o lc hcavyv/eight champion oi the worM. Jack ' Dill'jn ii ?boiu the best o! the bunch, and ; Uir'./ -Aould put up a great fi-;it; out Oarcy ; ?«'.uM Le too clever and fast for him i.i a 20- J '??'« Geor?-: Chin is °' .his.. 'Yay . ovcr. ;o i n-.CTt Jjarty. 1 never saw i»nip n3.11. 'ui 'icy have a very big opinion of him ovcr here, and many people expect him to knock Darcy out. Arijumnti usually followed this statement ii I wai prc-.ent to hear it, so we .-an only wait I and live in hopes of Darcy keeping up his 'I won another fight a couple of nights ago. I took Jkf! Smith's place at a minute's notice and buttoned George Ash, who outweighed me 151b. I am still troubled with my k...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

ANSWERS TO CORUESPOKTrEHTS. E. P. McG. (Hunter's Hill): In all m.i.i^i this season (competition and cop) C Poser scored 9 tries 35 goals — 97 points ; and W, Messenger 4 — 50—112.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

WYONG PARK RACES Thnrtday-AUGUST 24— Thnmbry 1-J1 ENTRIES — 101 ENTREES TRAINS IJKAVE STDNET It &48 * — . fcS- «— ftjt ?Jn. (Horse TraJn). JH.15 ua, 10^0 «.m. BZlilgH. 1NH FROM COWtSB at 4.5 pjo, LS Mw BuT^ TRAINS LEAVE NEWCASTLE at BJO ZmZ IoSsLul. EDWIN WOODBURY, Becretart, cay KMa tapcr!:a Aradai aua-ra«fr*rBr*ou PflRKES PONY RACING* TEOTTlHfi CUBS SHOW MlEETTNG. TO BK HELD OH AUGUST 24, 1916. PK1ZE 1IONKV. £100. TOXtt BTXKES, 1U Ponies, 4 ftrrloon, £J. PONT HANDICAP, 14.2 Ponies, 4 mrknzx. Cm. PONY HANDICAP, 14^ Ponies, -{ taloncm. £» UNHOPPLED HAtfDinAP, ]J milt BagLtn g* better, £10. ^^ w ' TIM A l. HANDICAP TBOT, 1 »\ Bali tffl e, tw. ter, £10. ?.«.-*[-*. , FLYINO HANDICAP TBOT, » toknu. Bub £J0 or ' PJ.C. HANDICAP THOI, 1} imi^ rw._ j^ w ^^ FINAL UANDIOAP TBOT, IJ mfle. ''-, 2^S cr bei ENTRIES recehmUe op tm 8 p.m. Co TOTHDAX. AUGUST 15. For handicap, m. jSfcre. rf ^^ at For lull partienlui write it me, to Secretary ? JACK LYHCH. Prafcrn. A SPORTING NOVEL (BY ABTHD4 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY BY PILOT ROSEHILL RACES HURDLE RACS : [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY BY PILOT ROSEHILL RACES HURDLE RACE : LOUGHREA ? l Corrie ? 2 Quirindi ? 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP: THKACE ? 1 Galerius ? 2 Ukuwela ? 3 AUBURN HANDICAP : NOMBI ? 1 Mythic ? 2 Wallace Isinglass ? 3 HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP: LLANISHEN ? 1 Zuland ? 2 St. Rosaline or Waterway ,. .. 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP : GADABOUT ? 1 Lady Minnie ? 2 Medley ? 3 PARRAMATTA MILE: ROYAL PARADE ? 1 Ileen Alwyne ? 2 ? Rouen or Clydeside ? 3 V.R.C. AUGUST MEETING AUGUST HURDLE RACK : WAR MIST ? 1 Boyeo ? 3 HILL STAKES : IPOH ? 1 Ettefred ? 2 Ludovitch or Headwind ? 3 AUGUST STEEPLECHASE: RENDROCK ? » Coradjill ? 2 Canadium ? 3 AUGUST HANDICAP: DEFENCE ? 1 Polygamist ? ?? 2 Hayston ? 3 THREE- YEAR-OLD HANDICAP : MUDROS ? 1 Hoprig ? 2 King Kora ? 3 AUGUST WELTER : BOBADOR ? 1 Alleyn ? 2 1 Toleration ? 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEHILL RACES HURDLE RACE (To start at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEHILL RACES HURDLE. RACE (To »Uit at 2.10 p.m.) A handicap of 124 ton; second hone 20 ton and third honx 10 sov-g from the prize. The irinner of a hurdlo race or itfeplethue after the declaration of veigbti to carry 101b citra. ^ mile*. ?t lb Mr. J. H. Trenoweth'a br c BRIAKBEttRT, aged 12 11 Mr. Jlum.-- HobbV ch m CORKIE (S.Z.), aRed 12 1 Hr. ('. D. B. Wricht's b B WADDES. »Rrt .. .. 11 0 Mr. J. f. Hcailclt'j ti b I.OUOHRKA, azed .. ..10 0 Mr. SI. .1. Ilyn-V h g TKKNTBAI1. aced .. .. 0 12 Mr. J. M. McMaster'n ch g -JL'IRIND1. Syn ....»» Mr. A. H. Thomas' b s GANGWAY, aged ....8 7 ilr. A. bales' ch g DRBX. iced ? 0 7 Mr. K. J. O'Dwyei-'j h g LOItn TULKEIt, oyn 0g 7 Mr. M. I.irir,r«:one's rh g B1M1O. a^rd ? 0* 3 Mr. K. .1. Gfllham's hr B F.KNISPO.VA, aired ..0 0 Mr. .1. S. 0'Donnell'- b E RITZIER B., dyra ..8 0 Mr. c. O B. Lamb's ch c CLANDCLbA, aged 0 0 Mr. W. MMoner'i h m BREEZA MATD. ajed ..9 0 MAIDEN HANDICAP /?FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND LTWABDS.) (To itar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE. The protest of Petersham has caused the National Baseball League and its board of directors much worry, as there was no pre cedent, and the interests of baseball were in volved. The board on Tuesday night decided that the 'protest be awarded Petersham,' and there is no doubt about the rule governing the case it was the only decision to give. It is time that the League had rules and by laws of its own so that matters of this kind could be settled quickly. They should have this matter attended to immediately, as the Summer season is handy, and printed copies should be in the hands of all interested in the League's doings. The competition table has been sughfly al tered, and it will be seen now that Peter sham have a commanding lead. They win have to lose the three remaining matches to be out of premiership honors. P. W. L. T. P. Cent. Petersham _ „ 14 11 1 2 .916 Waveriey „ _ 14 10 4 0 .714 Red Sox .. „ _ 14 8 S 1 .615 Sydney .. .. „ 14 S 8 1 .384 St. George ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

SPLENDID REMEDY FOR CHILDREN'S COUGHS. Mothers all over Australia axe making in their own homes as good a remedy as money can buy for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, Influenza, Bronchitis, and Sore Throats. All they do is to buy from their chemist or store two shillings' worth of Hean's Essence, and add to it water and sweetening matter erough to make up to one pint. Such a quan tity of ready-made cough mixtures would cost at least 12/. The beauty of the Hean's Essence mixture i9 that it contains no paregoric, lauda num, or other opium drugs, which are apt to do untold harm to young children. G. W. Hean, Manufacturing Chemist, 178 Castlereagh street, Sydney.—* ? _ MOTORS, BICYCLES, ETC. TTTKITE lot partlculira of our S.H. Hotor Cycloa ul W Termt. Headenoa'i, Ltd. ? OVZNTBT, 8} md « h.p.. .J.A.P. lloton. an and inspect. Euy teruu. Zlsndenon'f, Ltd. COUNTRY VISITORS, call on Hendersou'i for Cycle*, Tyrei, ind Eundriei. Cbtipwt Home. 40 Park St. m. W. HEMDEBSOS, Ltd., for rcnuim ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

ROSEHILL RACES AUGUST MEETING, THIS DAY (SATURDAY), AUGUST 19, 1916 FIRST RACE. 2.10 P.M. SPFCIAL TRAIKS DIKECT TO RACECOtntSK rLATFOBM WIM, LEAVE A3 UOTER :— 11.80 ».m., Hor»«. learn Horw Dock. M2.6 p.m., 1*1 and L'nd Clasfl, leaves Plftltom N'o. 15. 12.K1 p.m., lit and :nd Cla»J, leaves Platform No. IS. I'HO p.m., lit anil 2nd Cla-a, leaves Platform No. 19. I *lC..ril p.m., 1st und 2nd CUjb, leaxes Platform Wo. la. 12.00 p.m.. in a:i,l 2nd Clan, Inra PUtform No. IB. ?l.H p.m., I't and tail Clan, lravei platform No. Jg. I.I7 p.m., l't and 2nd Clam, Inns Platform Ho. 18. ? Calls ut Stratbfleld. ? 'NOTr — COMBISKD RAILWAY TICKET!) for admission to Uic Faiidlinj paddock or SL Legtr RwerVs eta lie irarcha.wl at the Central BooMnff Oaicc, Chill j House, Martin l'lait. ' . G'F.O. W. 5. ROWE, Secretary. KEMBLA GRANGE RACES TUESDAY . 22nd AUGUST - TUESDAY SIX RACES. 105 ENTRIES. SPECIAL TttAINS LEAVE STDSEY 0.55 (HOUSES), 10.30, and U.S. RSTTJESISO IkQffiMATELT AW TUB LAST RACE. TRAINS LAN...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

ATHLETICS By ARGUS. On Sxtnrdjry afternoon the Botany Harriers brought their cross-conntry season to a dose, and as this is the only club carrying on, the distance-runnine season in Sydney may be said to have ended. In a few -weeks' time the track and field season will officially open, and then we shall see two clubs actively at work, because the East Sydney A.A.C. members will emerge from their brief retirement and resume activities. A sure sign that the Spring is close at hand is the announcement by the various schools af filiated to the A-A-A. of the Ureat. Public Schools, in connection with the dates of their annual sports: As usual the training for these meetings will be more or less of a perfunctory nature owing to athletics being rated as rela tively of little importance as compared to cricket and football at many of the schools. However, slowly but snrely this theory or con tention is being knocked on the head, a lead having been given by the authorities at St. Joseph's Coll...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEDDON J.C. RACES FLYING HANDICAP—6 furiongs and 100yds. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

HEDDON J.C. RACES FLYING HANDICAP-* furlongs and lOOyda. et lb it lb Roalmi ? II 5 ICneclah ? 0 12 Ayr Girl ? 9 0 Flower Post ? 6 IS Tarilla ? 8 8 Tnssl,.- ? e 12 Chlel Boy ? 8 2 (Iranil Viticr :. .. 8 12 Urinite ? 8 2 Lady Pet'bKu .. ..(17 Tony Blue ? 7 8 Melt .. r ? 0 7 '/Intl.. ? 7 8 flrcwarra ? 0 7 Dickman ? 7 8 Mils Gaby ? 8 7 Ualnfeather ? 7 7 Goldfrain ? 6 7 Blue Toy ? ,7 7 Volciip ? 8 7 Angel Stan .... ..7 7 Ayrmancr ? or GlemklUh ? 7 5 Mnr}' Davis ? 0 7 mCLTER HANDICAP-8 furlonu'and lOOydJ. Aberdonla ? 0 0. Muntlatfj ? 7 7 Tony Blue ? S s Sw Orleans ? 7 7 Ilickman ? 8 8 Molly O'C.r.tiy .... 7 7 After Twelre .. .. 8 8 SiinkanU' ? 7 7 Wonmhindl ? .. K 7 f?lr Stetyn ? 7 7 (.'aqunon ? ^ 7 Mask Kliya ? 7 7 llalbrnnn .. .... ..' 8 5 Kingo Lait ? 7 7 M!w Itino ? S S Nookawnrra ? 7 7 Cold Finn : ? So Colored Lailv .. .. 7 7 Flower Post.. .... 7 12 Lady Lob .' ? 7 7 Cram! Vlrier .. .. 7 1' Pan lianlc .. .... 7 7 All Brown ? 7 7 llolilfraln ? 7 7 Vanrook ? 7 7 Doyjnl ? 7 7 Vickcry .....

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