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TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. JUNIOR LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL. (To start at 1.[?]0 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. JUNIOR LEAGn: SEUI-nVAL. (Tn nan ut l.to p.m.) South Prdiwr Junior, v. II.M.A.S. Tincira: L. Dart'!™. Ik-Id umpire; A. 11. llrdgrr ami II. UfrrJni Uoundiry lkagi'k rRKHiiaisnrp shmi-kcwl. (To fUrt «t 3.1J p.ra.) riddinirton t. bjcliioy; A. Dunmiorr, BcH uropir*: It. While «nd 31. BurW, boundlf) umpiru; U. C«m.-- jM T. .Newton, gvM umpire*.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PORT JACKSON SKIFF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

PORT JACKSON SKIFF CLUB. The annual meeting of the Port Jackson Skiff Club will take place next Monday at 8 p.m., at the Sports Club. Business will be the annual report aud balance-sheet and election of of ficials .-.-??--

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIRCHGROVE SAILING' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

BIRCHGROVE SAILING' CLUB. The general meeting of the above club will be held next Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, at St. John's School Hall, Birchgrove-road, Balmain.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RULES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN RULES By WARATAH. The beginning of the end of the League and Junior premiership competitions will be ushered in to-day under prospects far in excess of those which the most optimistic may have cherished at the season's inception, when circumstances were anything but favorable. To begin with the securing of the Agricultural Show Ground for the necessary dates (2. 9, 16 and 23 of the present month) to complete the premiership contests must be pleasant news to every sup porter of the game who desires to see the final matches foucht out under conditions favorable to requirements. The prospects of remunera tive gates are of a bright character, as great interest is being evinced by the followers of the participating clubs, who recognise no favo rite beyond their own particular team. The League meeting on Monday night drew a fine attendance, and the fact Bhould go far to | arouse lethargic supporters. A telegram from I the arlton Football Club, who play Fitzroy in the final of t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY UNION SEASON WILL FINISH TO-DAY ALL THE FOOTBALL CODES ARE NEARING CLOSING TIME RUGBY UNION GETTING MEN TOGETHER—A BIG PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

RUGBY UNION SEASON WILL FINISH TO-DAY ALL THE FOOTBALL CODES ARE NEARJNG CLOSING TIME RUGBY UNION GETTING MEN TOGETHER-A BIG PROGRAMME By THE WINGER. Tho curtain is to be drawn on the season to-day. It is a case of the last shall be best, for the reunion spirit is to prevail in this after noon's programme. The 'get together' feeling has been prominent in Kugby Union circles during the season, and that very successful gathering of July 1 last is to be repeated by special request. The reunion will take place at the Grammar School 'ground, which, has made an excellent headquarters for the game during this non competition vear. The three fields in the one enclosure has generally catered for the spirit mentioned, and to-day will also be handy, 50 that three games in the knock-out may be r.layed at -the one time. That will only apply to the fixures between 2 and 3 p.m., for after that interest will centre entirely on the domes on No. 1 field. There will be lota of doings. Every one of the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Three Winners at Rosehill Last Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

Three Winners at Rosehill Last Saturday Top: Trcntbar (Hurdle Race). Middle: Lady Clarence (Granvillo Stakes). Bottom: Medlev (imp.l (August Handicap.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

SAILING By CORINTHIAN. . ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. The annual meeting of the squadron, held at the club-house, Neutral Bay, was purely of a formal nature. Sir Alexander MacCormack, commodore, who presided, was greeted on his return from active service. The members' roll now stands at 275. Feeling reference was made to the death of Capt. Stewart Milson In action, and the wounding of another member, Lient. R. D. Burns, now re ported missing. ' Officials appointed for coming season arc : Sir Alexander McCormack commodore; Messrs. A. j; Milson. vice-commodore; T. W: Bremner, rrar-commmodore; J. H. Mlnnctt, hon trea surer; Walter Recks, official measurer; F. But Icr W J. Crcagh. V. J. Doran, E. Hungerford, C 'Lloyd-Jones. Alfred G. Milson, R. Old. W. M. Paul, W. Reeks, J. A. Ross, and II. M. Shelley committee. Owing to the continuance of the war it was decided not to undertake any programme of racing. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE FOOTBALL ARGUMENT OF JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

LEAGUE FOOTBALL ARGUMENT OF JUNIORS. H. E. Freeman, hon. secretary of the Glebe Junior Rugby League Football Club, returns to the attack : Regarding Mr. Savage's reply to my last re marks. I must say that his opinion Is a very poor one. My reasons for saying that are : I wrote of the St. Ita's team, spoken of by him. as being beaten by Fiuroy. and noi one of that team has played with Glebe Juniors. With reference to Glebe Juniors not attaining any higher than B grade, I can show the reason for that. The first sea son they entered the competition (1914) they played C grade, and won. The next year, there being only two grades, B and C, they entered. and won both. This season there was only one grade. They entered, and have won, scoring in -all 194 points against 20. I might also state that in season 1915 the combined B grade of the Glebe Junior League defeated the combined /? grade of the Balmain Junior League, on the Agricultural Ground, in the President Cup competition. As my club w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

ROWING - — -» ? ? 3y ARGUS. The Western Suburbs Ladies' Rowing Cltrb is holdin' a social afternoon on Saturday next, 9th inst, 'at 3 p.m., when the following races will be rowed : Gladstone Skiff Handicap (11 mile course, from Cabarita to Searle's Monument) : Miss E. Field, sen Miss L. Clarke, 25sec ; Miss B. Castles, 20scc ; Miss L. Varman, go. Heavy Boat Race (J-mile course, from Ly sagbt to Kemp's boatshed) : Miss C. Broad hurst and Miss E. Bartlett, Miss H. Brown and Mits Matchett. There will also be a mixed fours, over a 1 mile course, but the crews for this race are not yet to hand. The men rowing will be members from the Lcichhordt, Balmain, and Enterprise Rowing Clubs. Right on top of the announcement that Cap tain Keith Heritage had been awarded the Military Cross came the sad news that the widely-known and popular Taamsr.ian oarsman had been killed in action, although it was not an official notification from our Defence De partment. So far as I understand, Mr. R. K. Dohert...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

ftOWLX GO//IP € B^WTCorbeltefc The Knuts have had many great days one way and another, but never a greater one than they and some invited friends (the company numbered about 30) put in on Thursday. Pro ceedings began on Victoria Park gretn at 2.1S p.m. continued there for more than three hours, and finished up at Paris House some where near midnight. It was a send-of! to a good pal— Private Bill Staley. There is no need to mention who Bill Staley is. Everybody wimws jiim, as * oowier to tne core— njne wno loves the game for its own sweet sake, and who would just as readily skip a combination of novices as a trio of first-class players, though he is good enough bowler to range up with the best. A thriving business man 41 years of age, Mr. Staley found the call of his country irresistible. Waverley's Tommy Jones, who was the first to put the guest of the day through his facings as a bowler, came down from the country to lend a hand in the compliment. Mr. Jones and his whilom protege w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK RACES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER X. MAIDEN HANDICAP—5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

VICTORIA PARK RACES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER J. MAIDEN HANDIOAF-6 fta-toeis. it lb rt Ib Reg»l Ctantcr .. .. 8 9 Emme B. .. ..7 5 Mecklonj ? 8 7 Green Tan 7 5 R«by ? 8 7 Prince Ibex ? 7 ?» Torrrnax ? 8 S Erelyn RoiiTray.. .. 7 S (iood Sfcot ? 80 Bonnie Girl.. ..7 3 Oarrerrairh ? 8 3 Coolamble ? 7 3 Elm Grore ? 2 ttlUte Hart ? 7 3 Bob Steel ? 8 2 The Popper ? 7 S Booryda ? SI Belmore V. ? 7 J ?N-Pia ? S 0 Annie H. ? 7 0 Orra ? 7 12 Walu Dream .... 7 0 Paratardt ? 7 10 The PnrnUa 7 0 JU= Vtra ? 7 S Felknaneld ? 7 0 LarryiMd ? 7 7 Meny Man ? 7 0 MJas Brew ? 7 7 Setenity ? 7 0 Rm'-' ? 7 7 Lord R.W, ? 7 0 Collnln ? 7 7 Complete ........ 7 0 Grayfleld ? 7 7 Maxwell ? 7 0 FLT1NG HANDICAP— 41 fBrloo»l. The Tnck ? 10 4 Crown Gem ? 7 t 2aorina; Picture.. .. 9 7 L«d7 Klllie 7 5 Hot Air ? 9 5 Bn« .. ' ' 7 5 Stoel On ? 9 1 Rapldo .. .. .' ..7 4 Merr's Pride ? 8 10 ConsM .. . ..7 4 KUk Dormi ? 8 7 Benret_n.. ..7 3 Valhalla ? 8 5 Rosebrook.. ? 7 J Ankcon ? 8 3 Mesnil .. .72 Loreacre ? 8 3 HiLiry 7 ' Ha...

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LATE SPORT LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

LATE SPORT LAWN TENNIS The Killara I. team won the BI Udies' com petition at Double Bay on Thursday alternoon by defeating .Malvern Hill in the doubles by S sets to 3 and 46 games to 38. Killara the pre vious week had won the singles by S sets to 3, so that their play all through the match was consistent The scores were : Misses Lewer» and Davenport (K.) v. Mrs. Brown and Miss Menxies, 6-4, 6-3, and v. Misses Clcmson and Dawson, 6-2, 7-5 ; Misses Dight and Wilkin son v. Misses Clemson and Dawson, 6-8, 6-3, and v. Mrs. Brown and Miss Mcnzies, 4-6, 5-7. There was a large gathering to witness the play, and the victors celebrated the occasion Following are the entries for to-day's Ameri can doubles handicap, promoted by the Associa tion to raise funds for the improvement of the Double Bay courts, play commencing at 1.30 p.m.:— H. M. Rice-Dr. Bowker, J. Rennie-C. E. Murnin, Jordan-Plomley, Moore-Fisher, F. Peach-Goodman, N. Peach-R. Garden. Koiso Watanabe, Bloomfield-Bcel, L. and C. Todd...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

VICTORIA PARK RACES TO-DAY ? _. ? . ? ? . f 213 ENTRIES 213 FIRST RACE, 1 P.M. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES. . H. COBCROFT, Secretary. ? ' ' ? » ROSEBERY RACES. To be Held on ASCOT RACECOURSE, Mascot, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM3ER 13, 1916. APPROVED ' WELTEri HANDIC.-P, 'nf 100 Sort. Lowest . MAIDEN HANDICAP, of 100 Sort. « fnrlonfl. ? XrSVirJSl:* * furlonsn. , H.» HANDICAP, o! 100 Potn. 7 furlowrs. wvtvSrSvsffi!-?'.,100 ''''? ° (urIon8f- lllOSEBERY HANDICAP, of 100 Sov» 1 mile 1 fu:lon» FMIJifJ HANDICAP, nf 100 tovs 7 furlonr*. I io vard* ? 14.1 HANDICAP, of I0(. sov,. 4 (urlonel? -O?»rd*. f NOMINATIONS CL08E ii P.1L ON THURSDAY NEXT. SEPT. 7. for farther r-rtlenlsrs we Programme. Belmont Building, i.-. I*ajctlrrca;h-K. J. UNDBHHIIX. FWTets— . ASCOT RACES Next Wednesday, September 6, 1916 1 P.M.-FIRST RACE-1 P.M. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO COURSE. J. UNDERHILL, Secretary. ASCOT RACES WYONG PARK RACES ] CltesUtercd A.J.C.) I TUESDAY - SEPTEMBER 5 - TUESDAY 89-ENTRIES-89 TJUW3 LEAVE ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

HAVE TBAT DMT* AND SOILED SClt BENCVATED BY M.BL THOMAS ''My5™' Expert Cleaner and Pretter. He will make it equal to New at Moderate Charirc. CALL. WRITE, or TUONE. CITY OX

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V.A.T.C. RACES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. [?]IEWA HURDLE. 2 miles and 64 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

V.A.T.C. RACES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. KTEWA HURDLE-: mild and 04 yard*. it Ib ft lb Van nwnrdfb .. .. 11 12 War Hin ? » « Londcndeny ? 11 5 CaUbajh ? 9 6 Balllsta ? 11 8 Lord Linacre ? » -1 Parral ? 10 11 Spuyten Dnyrll .... 0 0 Nymple ? 10 2 Black Shag ? 0 0 Romoth ? 0 12 Nickajack ? » 0 DOONA TRIAL-7 nirlonijs. (SpedaJ weitnu. with penalties anil alto— met— ) Bonoricyus ? 8 b Lord Araant ? 7 2 Sir Traqtadr .. ..8 5 Laddai ? 7 S Hoprlg ? 7 1! Percr'a Fancy .... 7 2 Obtorta ? 7 10 Polt Paste ? 7 0 Alor Star ? 7 0 Star Comedian.. .. 0 12 Heart of Oik .... 7 P Dttt Bank ? 8 12 Wlnacre ? 7 fi King's Bounty .. .. 6 12 Sunbnry ? 7 f. Swurem ? f\Z- Rrinht Water .. .. 7 S lirand AUUnco .... « 18 All-«tory ? 7 .1 Bnrnley ? 8 15 Mabil ? 7 2 Dim Laddie ? ? 12 AWabir ? 7 2 rtoulran ? 6 IS Kooparle ? 7 2 Taradiddle ? ? ' Prince Vfrdun .... 7 2 Maillie ? 6 7 Lanford ? 7 2 Fayette ? 6 7 HEATHERUE HANDICAP— 1 mil- «nd 1 forlong. Rurrabadetn ? OS Orinoco ? 7 6 Sylvanmore ? 9 1 Firebrick ? 7 6 .Marc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE RACES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. MAIDEN HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

NEWCASTLE RACES i SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. itAIDEK BASDIOAP-t Tnrkan. at lb «t Ib AurtraUetme ? 8 0 Prt-Ke Srrto ? 77 Waterlelfh : ? 8 10 Major EdcBe .... 7 7 TreMtdia ? 8 1 LMtle Bar ? 7 7 --rt« ? s 8 Arrmaker ? 77 Mj- Prospect .... 8 4 Walwyn ? „ 7 7 Radalena. ? 8 2 Petrana; ? 7 71 BIH* K ? 7 7 Dareel .. ., .... 7 7 Wywonr ? 7 7 Gunner Tom ? 7 7 Persian Be- ? 7 7 R*irM* Mnrray .. .. 7 7 E«'« ' ? ' t SpagetU KWs .... 7 7 Maiter Flaneur .... 7 7 TRAMWAY HANDICAP— « furlonga. Paracre ? 10 10 larinile ? 711 Lord Nagmr ? 10 0 D.H.P. ? 71s Lord Garde ? 0 7 Grey Sleere* .... 7 9 Inia ? 0 2 Kimr IlAmpton.. ..7 0 TrlROn ? 8 2 delano ? 77 P»r»i»n Girl ? 8 » Kenilir ? 74 ?'??rine ? 8 6 Ml» Oiiman ? 7 2 Attfrlrran ? 8 5 Splllnr ? 72 Odd Gun ? S 2 KneeUh ? 87 WELTER HANDICAP-? InrJoo-A. Tarcei ? P 12 Wonrabindi ? 8 0 Cathedral ? p 10 Alrirht ? 7 10 Tonv Blue .. .... ft f» MacactM ? 7 10 '-nnlte. ? '.. 3 0 fount Earlston .... 7 7 Ritchina. ? 8 10 Boyard ? 7 7 WatiU ? 8 0 All Brown ? 7 7 Oruka ? 8...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME MOOREFIELD RACES SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1916. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME MOOREFIELD RACES SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1916. HURDLE RACE. A hsnrtlcsp fl ion «-*.: wc^mi hnr/f in mn sr/1 ih'M horse fi scvs fr^m i'riz-*. Tl-.r wini^r if snr hn**lV race or itffplrrha»- d'trr thr drrlintlcn o( neiclin to earrr 101b cxtn. ' mwr*. ? * rt lb Veen. TV. AiWrr t-A A. J. Hitthrtrs' b t rsVBRARA. 'Sfd ? '1 - Vt. n. J. Kerr« tir k OARTIlnWPN. lied .. ..II ' Mr. W. J. nickels' t g S1VKET STKP. «r- .. ..10 !? Mr. fi. Oamhim'5 \- l- COMI'ltOMISK, tjerd .. ..10 0 Mr. C. n. n. Wridii'- b c \s ADUKN. iJtU .. .. 10 i Mr. .1. Hs.wl.in- h f KKRNAI.IM, «K'.l ? 10 T Mr. J. r. UrarJrt-.'r li s 1/IKillRKA. »K*d .. .. 10 I Ketxra. D. Thompson .iii'l J. Rmnn's br ir . CANUTE fN./.l, acr.! ? 0 I'.' % Vr. A. IfcucV ill c DUBS. scrd ? 9 ' Mr. M. Sravthf'. blk c UlAUSTAR. jcrd ? !- h Mr. J. Innn- h c TllE.VCItBROrG. afH ? P J Vr. .1. ComwrllV b or hr g BIHRMlOC.l. -t«d .. 0 'I Sir. W. Mllonrr's h in BHKF.7.A J1A1D. tfx\ .. .. 3 » Mr. E. .1. t;lllnsm'» hr g ENVISTOXA. ...

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ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY BY PILOT MOOREFIELD RACES HURDLE RACE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY BY PILOT MOOREF1ELD RACES . HURDLE RACE ? r OARTHOWKN ? 1 Loughrea ? 2 Breeza Maid ? 3 THRES-YBAR-OLD HANDICAP : AMADIS ? 1 ? Faithful Laddie ? 2 Cool Cross, ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP: DELINACRE ? 1 Petilster ? 2 y La Balfour ? 3 KOGARAH STAKES : TONY ? 1 Khaf ? 2 Lambourne ? _ ? 3 CLUB HANDICAP : CESARIUS . . . . ? 1 Coat o' Mail ? 2 Lady Minnie ? 3 ROCKDALE WELTER : SWEET MALT ? 1 « Kenilera ? 2 Albuna ? 3 V.A.T.C RACES ______ / HURDLE RACE I WAR MIST ? 1 Van Homreigh.. ? Z Njrmpie ? 3 DOONA TRIAL : SIR TRAQUAIR ? 1 Sunbury . . ? ? 2 Lactdas ? 3 HEATHERLIE HANDICAP: WEDGE ? 1 Torbane ? 2 ' Pochce or Vibratory ? 3 SANDRINGHAM 8TEEPLECHASE : RAHENY ? 1 Highland Clan ? 2* Bonnie Gcorce ? 3 MEMSIE STAKES : CYKLON ? l Modroi ? ? 2 King Kora ? - ? 3 WARRISTON WELTER: PAEAN ? i Alleyn ? i Burrinjuck ? 3

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TO-DAY'S HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

TO-DAY'S HANDICAPS. The following are the starts for the half mile and two miles handicaps of the Enfield Burwood Club at Pratten Park this afternoon : G. Halpin, 30yds 11 mile, 40yds 2 mile : H. 11. Patrick, 7S and 100 ; H. Budin, 120 and 160 ; H Hare. C. Walton. T. Tracey, L. Tracey. 140 and 195 ; H. Horton. 150 and 200 ; R. A. Munro, 150 and 200 ; W. Collis. F. FrickhofFct. H. Smith, N. Smith. 270 and 360 ; H. Vigcrs. R. Lcgg, li. Coilis, 285 and 380 ; R. Bmicr, C. Hansen, 290 and 385 ; A. Mcllor. B. Bryant. 390 ar.ct ^uu : \-. rcnwitK, u. niii-ncii, ju ami -t-'. W. H. Atkinson. R. E. Goddard, J. Lytton. 330 and 440 ; J. Andrews, 345 and 460 : T. Anslow. 360 and 480 ; J. Lowndcf, 375 and 500 : P. Stevens, 390 and 520 ; C. Lewis, 405 and 510. A three miles scratch race will also be run, for which post entries will be receive.!. ? ^

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TAMME'S RECORD RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

TAMME'S RECORD RIDE. If the distance is correct, E. Tammc put up a wonderfully fine performance on Saturday in the 25 miles road race of the Albert Park Club in Melbourne. He won from scratch, and is credited with covering the course in the pheno menally fast time of 61min 9Jsec, the fastest time ever recorded for the distance in Austral asia and it is probably a world's competition record. Although a keen motorist, veteran Joe Pear son still rides his wheel daily. On' Saturday last he enjoyed a 50 miles' tour In the Hornsby district.

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