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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

NOTES. The programme for League riders at the Lithgow Eight-bour sports on October 9 is as follows : li mile wheel race £18, one mile han dicap £10, scratch race £3. For the EiRht-hour Night Carnival on No vember 1 the League events will be a mile han dicap, £20, and a scratch race. £25. City Club will, states Hon. Secretary Bob Tuck, hold a members' road race, on the Bun nerong course on Saturday next. E. W. Schneider, the Sydney amateur, who holds all the unpaced records, and who is serv ing the Empire in France, is now a sergeant. Scratch writes to say that Charlie Fittler has only been beaten once this season by T. J. Wilson for fastest time, and on that occa sion the former fell and remounted, and was then only beaten by the narrow margin of two heconds. On the two otner occasions, when Wilson scored the fastest time, Fittler did not star:. A recent letter from Corporal W. Madigan from somewhere in France reports 'all well.' Mr. Bob Tuck, the hon. sec. of the City Club, has rec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRACK RACING TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

TRACK RACING TO-DAY. The Ashfield and Central Cumberland clubs will combine and decide two handicaps and a five miles scratch race at Pratten Park this afternoon. Tbe Enfield-Burwood (amateur) Club will nin handicaps over half a mile and cne mile, and a three miles scratch race. Some good sport is promised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

A SPORTING NOVEL (BIT AIITUL'4 WB1Q1IT). 'KEANE OF KALGOORLIE' toe Free within th« Commoniceilth for 1/! pal CO71 £re» 'Tilt KEtXUCli ' 0Hi«. fijrJao.

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WHAT DID SHE GET OUT OF IT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

WHAT DID SHE GET OUT OB IT The wife of an Arab went to her father with the complaint that her husband had boxsd hei ears. - The wise old sheik reflected for a few mo ments, then did to her as her husband' had done. ??Now thou art avenged,' he said. 'Thy husband has boxed the ears of my daughter and I have boxed the ears of his wife.'

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WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. j. j. u*cxyj crana, non, secretary and cap tain of Newtown Junior for several seasons, is the first of Western Suburbs Cricket Associa tion cricketers to fall in the field of battle — killed in France. He was only 20 years of age. and a successful batsman and bowler. He learned his cricket on Ersldneville Park. Ray Wilson, slipper of Ca^iperdown when premiers — 1913-4-5 — was wounded last week in France. viwiuwii jriuigan, supper 01 ^ampcraown iiast season's premiers), d.-parted with the machine gun section for the front recently. Camper down are thus the holders of an unique per formance which proves that captaining a cricket team does not prove an obstacle to any young man from serving his country. Stanmore Congregational Intend to play in the W.S.C.A- Second Grade. Botany, the only team left of the pioneers who firlt formed the original 12 teams in 1901 2, hope to have a strong team this season. Reg Herford, who successfully acted for several seasons ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

OGHT-HOUR SPORTS ENTRIES FOk ALL EVENTS * WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE 9 O'CLOCK. THIS SATURDAY NIGHT THIS SATURDAY NIGHT ROLL UP! ROLL UP! PEDS. PEDS. AT THE TR.UUS ruLk COCLBLTtS STREET. JOHN W. DOYLE, Secretary Hght-Huur Oomiattttt.

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SAILING MEMORIES YACHTS OF THE EIGHTIES ELECTRA AND WAITANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

SAILING MEMORIES YACHTS OF THE EIGHTIES ELECTRA AND WAITANGI. By H. C. PACKHAM. n-r cirbor'i dlr flover-erowBcd liUsd- See flics 0! all countries unfurled ; Thou suiilest from frrrrn, sunlit highlands To open thine inn to the vrorld. A Sonj ol Sydney. —Ethel Cutflls. Electra, perhaps the most superb model of any yacht that ever sailed south of the Line, was designed by Mr. Walter Reeks and built by Ford for Mr. Fred Fitzhardinge in 1885. Her lines were full of grace, and her counter was a masterpiece of the naval architect's art. She was yawi rigged, and rated at 21 tons. Jewelled with several port lights on either side, port and starboard, and painted white, she was indeed a thing of beauty. When she was built Mr. Fitihardinge intended to use her only as a cruiser, and with her comfortable little saloon and cabins with sleeping accommodation she was Al of her class for the purpose. But her owner had reckoned without the influence of his own boys and the gentlemen who became mem ber...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

MOORE PARK CRICKET ASSOCIATION K.NTBIES to All GridM flntllj CLOSE* on MONDAY K1QITT, In ti« St. David's School IU11, Bilry uid Tudor rtreet*. Surry H11U. -.to ? C. Mt'BBAY. Hon. Becretauy. /-IQfTECriAIi PABK CRICKET AS80CIATKM. OloniiMr of ENTRIES {or Competition under the abort iasociarJon is died for SEPT. i. Entricj ray be irlren In at o racettoE to I* held »t FWdrnjton Town Hall on that date or teat to E. J. WHIFF, Park-road, Piddinc Ura. E. T. OTCTENSON, ^ ? ? Joint Hon. HccpeUrj. ROSEHILL RACING CLUB, Rgdf BmiNO MEETING. 1510 SOTS ? WUZK.MONEY ? 1S10 8OYH. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916. Tim IIL'ItDIiK BADE, 120 Sow. 2 miles. TUB HOSEItUX OL'rNEAS, 70O. (tulntu idileil. 1 mile, 1 furlong. (Closed irlth 231 Entrfa). -\ll.— Fir* Forfeit (EY«) mat be deckr«l on MONDAY, gBTTtaOIER 1 (day at Gemml Entry (or Spring meeting). Second Forfeit of 3 k-y« (which must accomrmy tnch scratching) is due on THUltS 1HV Sept. U. All llonos left in alter THURSDAY ? ro liable fpr 10 ioyi. each. - T...

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CRICKETERS WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

' CRICKETERS WOUNDED. News has been 'received in England of the narrow escape of Lieutenant Ernest Hayes, tbe popular Surrey cricketer. He is 'serving some where in France' as a lieutenant in the Royal Fusiliers. Recently while a captain, another officer, and Hayes were having tea, a mortar burst right over them, completely burying the party. It took some time to excavate them. but all three were got out alive, though the UJIMUI WtU OCVClCiy WUUilUCU. A piece of shrapnel bad penetrated the solid leather of Hayes' revolver holster, but fortu nately without exploding the cartridges. His many friends will be pleased to hear that all he is suffering from is temporary deafness. Lieutenant F. T. Mann, the Middlesex cricketer; has been wounded. An old Mal vernian, who proceeded to Pembroke College. Cambridge, in 1908, he played in the Univer sity matches of 1909-10-11, and afterwards as sisted Middlesex. He had the honor of play ing in the Lord's Centenary match for the Rest of England aga...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REAL BOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

THE REAL BOSS. Head of Business : 'What position do yoa desire in our establishment, sir ?' College Graduate : 'Oh. something like confi dential adviser or ccncral manager.' Head of Business : 'Good I You may have both jobs. I will make you an office boy.'

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TRAINING WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

TRAINING WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Sosclala. RANDWICK. Thursday. The outside of the course proper afforded ex cellent going thia morning. Polycrates ran a m 'iua iurIon« In 'I- He did his task ^ u Thiacf rin five '''long* in 1.7, as did the New Zealand representative. Sweet Corn. Costello put six furlongs, past in 1.21. going P'Cf'?; K''«t-urgli and Sydian ran a like trip in 122. . Cetigne was restricted to steady pac ing, looking rather light. A mile was run by Agmcaurt in l.S0J..Narivo cantered, and Tony ran «even furlongs .in 1.343. . ;Vi a£01 and Tawdry encompassed a mile in 1.521, the colt going at iiis case all the wav. flmsco beat Machine Boy over five furlongs in 1.7. Inia went freely over a similar distance, and Mchi King ran seven furlongs in 1.33. Wal lace Isinglass spurted twice, and- Cagou ran a m %, m ' I-sl- A »imilar distance was run by Royal Dude and Mafioso in 1.52J. comfort ably. Changsha and Lambourne ran five fur longs in 1.7. Petalster ...

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TURF GOSSIP BY PILOT Chatty Items from All Parts of Australasia [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

TURF GOSSIP BY PILOT Chatty Items from All Parts of Australasia Moorefield this afternoon. Also ? lengthy programme at Victoria Park. In Newcastle, the N.J.C. will cater (or local racegoers, and the prize-money is £650. Rathe.' liberal, considering average .Newcastle at tendances do not approach those of the metro polis. There will be a busy day at the A.J.C. office en Monday, when general entries close for the Spring meeting and first forfeit! are due fee the Derby, Breeders' Plat*, Oimcrack Stakes, Ecsom Handicao. and Metronolitan. Messrs. A. and Q. Tye, owners of Costello, had another success, on Wednesday last, when imported Klcur d' Or won the August Handicap. She is a six-year-old mare by. The Scribe from Partridge, and shared favoritism at 3 to 1 with The Pouter, who finished second. Garthowen has not figured in a hurdle race since he won with 10.2 at Warwick Farm last March, bat even with 121b more to carry it will be unnecessary for him to improve upon that form to any exte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANDIDATES FOR THE SPRING HOW THEY ARE FARING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

CANDIDATES FOR THE SPRING HOW THEY ARE FARING. By CAilDIOAri. The arrival of hones from other States hit added to the interest of Randwick doings the past week. E. A. Connolly's team all look well, Coatello taking the eye particularly. Grand Fleet looks fairly forward, and should give a good account of himself the first time he sports silk. Meroo looks just the same, and the chances are he has not improved much. I dp r.ot remember of recent years seeing so many visiting horses at Randwick io early In thi season. It is extremely hard luck for Mr. Stead that Eligible, should go -wrong, as, even if he does recover speedily. Use stoppage tn his pre paration will have rather a damaging effect. on his chances, despite the fact that he T» forward in condition. Woorak is going on well, and, as usual, when galloping, his rider has difficulty in get ting him to go the pace he wants him to. He as yet wears rather a burly appearance, but with a race or twjj in the next week or two in conjunctio...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. On the course proper «us morning wiu easily ran five furlongs in 1.11, while Akil spurted half a mile in 52sec. The hurdles were wide out on the middle grass, where Snapdragon and Bursar recorded a mile in 1.52. Quinologist spurted three fur longs in 44sec. Burrabogi ran six furlongs in 1.21. Faithful Laddie and Royal Salute ran six furlQngs in good style. On the tan Medley ran six furlongs in 1.181 Queen Clarit and John L.D. did half a mile in 5Usec. Akiteo and a mate registered three quarters of a mjle in 1.20. Barlow put in a strong mile, while War Tax, Scythian, and Carboniferous sprinted five furlongs in 1.6. Miss Tressady reeled off half a mile in 521sec, while Brest, Busra. Bilbo, Black Ink, Secrete, and several others were out for pace work. Ennis pona and Mandento ran five furlongs in 1.9.

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

CRICKET By SUBSTITUTE. Lieut. H. de Burgh, the University player, who left for England last year to .enlist, ii among the latest wounded. The start of the season la still five weeks off, but secretaries are requested to hustle things along so as to permit of the fixtures being ar ranged without fear of alteration. Practice has not yet commenced, but if the present weather continues some of the clubs will make a start next Saturday. At the annnai mniiinff nt *Yi* Mimm V»»v Umpires' Association the following officers were elected : President, G. Whittaker; hon. secretary, C. J. Abigail; hon. treasurer, G. L. Brown; delegate to Moore Park Association, C. J. Abigail, Attention is drawn to the dosing of entries for the Centennial Park Association. Particu lars appear in this issue. Entries will finally close for all Moore Park grades in the St. David's School Hall, Surry Hills, on Monday evening, as advertised. The lion, secretary of the Moore Park Umpires' As sociation would be pleased ...

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NEWCASTLE RACES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

NEWCASTLE RACES Our Newcastle correspondent wires : For ths meeting to-day I like :— MAIDEN HANDICAP : WATERLEIGH ? I Australienne ? 2 My Prospect ? 3 TRAMWAY HANDICAP : ANGELMAN ? 1 Trigon ? 2 WELTER HANDICAP: TARCET ? 1 Ritchana ? 2 Boyard ? 3 SEPTEMBER HANDICAP : LADY BLACKSAND ? I Blueberry ? 2 Scoutmaster ? 3 BOROUGH HANDICAP: - BALLINSLOE ? X Alright ? 2 Vedaa ? 3 CLUB HANDICAP: PANACRE ? '. 1 D.H.P. ? 2 Tinagar ? 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

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MOTOR CYCLING HILL CLIMB AT NATIONAL PARK TO-DAY Club Notes and Doings [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

MOTOR CYCLING ? ♦ ? : ? HILL CLIMB AT NATIONAL PARK TO-DAY Club Notes and Doings By BEDE CARROLL. The Canberra Club is to the fore this after noon, with a hill-climb at National Park. Mein lers will meet at the club rooms at 1.30 sharp, and post entries will be accepted. This is tlic first competition thi« club has held for quite a while, and a large muster of members is ci l-rcted. Artillery Hill, who provides a line lest, is to be used for the contest, which is limited '- club members.

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MIKE WILLIAMS WINS FIRST ENCOUNTER A Darcy in Embryo [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

MIKE WILLIAMS WINS FIRST ENCOUNTER A Darcy in Embryo .Mike Williams, who showed up so well in his first appearance in a ring, in a '/ree-rounds bout with Roy Minor, a week or so back, op posed that clever and experienced youngster Alf Davis in the six-rounds contest at tho Stadium on Thursday, and was declared the winner on points by Referee Harry Stone, So good did he show that I cannot believe that it is the youngster's maiden attempt in a deci sion bout. He is a strong, hard-hitting young ster, who has many of the Darcy shifts, and if ever I saw a champion in the making it is Mike Williams. Herb McCoy bas consented to appear in a series of contests at Brisbane. Like the hundreds of other boxers who have taken it on, Ranji Burns states that camp life is the best of all. The clever boxer is now fit and well, and weighs Mst We are informed by cable that 'K.O.' Brown, in the event of defeating Battling Levfnsky, who he is to meet this coming week, will again pay us a visit if only fo...

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