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MOTOR CYCLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

MOTOR CYCLE CLUB. A committee meeting of the M.C.C. is to be held on Monday evening, at the club rooms, when the details in connection with the relia- bility trial on September 30 and October 2 will be arranged. It is not yet known whether the trial will be open to solos and side-cars. or limited to the latter. After the poor field of six out of an entry of 18 for the last side car trial, the committee will be wise in making the event open to both classes. A letter from a popular club member in the person of Fred March, who is in Egypt, in the Motor Cycle Despatch Corps, announces that he is in excellent health.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER CODE SECOND LEAGUE TEAMS FILL THE BILL TO-DAY TO-DAY'S MATCHES. Second League. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916

SOCCER CODE ? A ? _ SECOND LEAGUE TEAMS FILL THE BILL TO-DAY By VOLUNTEER. TO-PAY'S MATCHES. Second Lnjpic. Ammi.iV r. Ma-tot, Hanoi rurk, 3.1J. llalnuin I'rrnlrich -. Stinlislil Cp..rt» tirouTid, M.V Ijncuhirr .vn-irtv -. riinuuit. Illirhcrnvr Oi»t. .1.1.i. llalnnin I.1.1 -.r.i lr.--lvr' (t-rfcit frrai Dnimnto; tit. lljliiuiti, 4 i;c. Juvenile Final. Kijarah t. Rowlie AI'j' -ti, .'-j'-jr-.i Grj'in I, C f m, Now that the wants of the Firat Grade players (as far as football is concerned, at any rate) have been satisfied, way has been made for the Second League teams to decide their little arguments quite on their own. And taking the anxious manner in which the lattel teams are looking for two point as a criterion, somr exciting contests should be recorded ere the curtain is dropped. The Second League table will serve to convey the prospects of the various teams, and also illustrate the fact that only three teams possess chances of collecting the honors of the League. Fernleigh have t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING MEMORIES YACHTS OF THE EIGHTIES—THE J. S. POYEN-SIR WILLIAM CLARKE'S JANET LORD DUDLEY'S MARCHESA. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

SAILING MEMORIES * ? YACHTS OF THE EICHTIES-THE J. S. POYEN-S1R WILLIAM CLARKE'S JANET LORD DUDLEY'S MARCHESA. By H. C. PACKHAM. ? And from the fidlnt land tie brecta Shall bring ui, blowing low. Old odors And old memories. And ain of long ago. — Victor Dalrj. Among the yachts that sailed the harbor in 1886 was the J. S. Poyen, junior. She hailed from the land of the Stars and Stripes, and was called a sloop. In more than n.ime she was Yankee. Her length overall was 29ft. on water-line 231ft, beam 10£l, ar.d her yacht measurement was seven tons. She was fitted with a steel centre-board. Built in Boston. Mass., U.S.A., in 1885, after winning a couple of races she sailed to New York, where she was shipped on the Rajah, which brought her with her anything but euphonious appellation to Port Jackson for Mr. C. S. Jewctt. of Bal main. Other yachts of the period were the Englijh-built Carina, which belonged to Cap tain Gascoigne, aide-de-camp to the Governor, who presented the Gascoigne Cu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES SPORT FOR THE WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

FISHING NOTES - ? *? SPORT FOR THE WEEK-END By PISCATOR. High water at Sydney to-day at 6 a.m. and 6.30 pjn. To-morrow, at 7 a.m. and 7.25 p.m. Men who can stay overnight at several of the river resorts will find the Sunday morning high tide suit them very well. Those who go to Woy Woy and stay below the Rip will be able to meet the incoming whiting, which are now about due along the coast. The only flathead being caught in Brisbane Water are those which remained inside all tnc winter. inc incoming whiting have just shown up from the rca. Worms arc better than prawns for them. There is no need to berley for whiting if drift ing, and berley should not be used at all If anchored where the current is likciy to carry it far from the boat. One man who often fishes for whiting lowers a tin of berley near where his bait is likely to rest, and gives it a shake every now and then. When the tide is running a bit he invaiiably keeps the fish about his boat. The surest way to get a ban of good ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

lTENNI/4 TOWN ° ' TALK' 1 1 o\ * fl/TAUfiU/ dP ? The Council of the N.S. Wiles Association will meet on Monday, when two matters of moment will be discussed. One it the de sirability of indicating by means of a notice at Double Bay ground what courts are encaged for the day. Under the present arrangements players are in doubt as to whether they may use a court, not knowing whether it has been exclusively secured. The other matter that councillors are to take into consideration is the question of grading players at the Double Bay courts. It is pro posed by Mr. T. S. Lobban that certain courts should be reserved for the different grades. He thinks that Bl men should be afforded greater facilities of measuring strength with the Al men so as to improve their game. The second round of the Killira captaincy will be played this afternoon. Sydney Club captaincy has had to be post poned till next Saturday owing to W. A. Clark, who is in the final with Neil, falling a victim to influenza. Cla...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAPERS FOR THE ANZACS Send Them the Referee and Arrow (To the Editor of the Referee-Arrow.) 113 Great Portland-street, Oxford Circus. London, W. July 14, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

PAPERS FOR THE ANZACS Send Them the Referee and Arrow (To the Editor of the Referee-Arrow.) 113 Great Portland-street, Oxford Circus, London, W. July 14, 1916. Dear Sir, — I should like to take this oppor tunity to thank your readers who have so generously sent me Australian and N.Z. papers and magazines for the Anzacs now over here. They arc always delighted to have a paper with news from home. Thanks to the generosity of your readers. I am receiving several hundred papers weekly, but now that the Anzacs arc in France the demand is much larger and far exceeds the supply. With the fcind assistance ot volunteer nelp tne papers are sorted and distributed exactly where they are most wanted, and considerable numbers are sent out weekly to the front. I can assure your readers that not a single copy is wasted, but every one is gratefully received and ap preciated. May I further trespass on the gene rosity of your readers and ask them to even further increase their efforts by sending me mo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS New Triangle programme at Lyceum. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Ntw Triangle programmt at Lyceum. H-Jhor Thy Name' (!nc«), . Liitlt .Meena's .Romance . (Fine Arts).. Hu Hereafter. (Key slona). - . Prank Keenan, Charles Ray and Lysusie Glaum are the central characters of Honor Thy Name. Not since The Coward, first of Triangle Ince dramas presented in Sydney, have Keenan and Ray appeared together in a picture. Keenan has been seen in The Stepping Stone and The Phantom, while Ray was the errant son in Peggy, but Honor Thy Name marks their screen re-union. Ray again has a part of the weakling type. He declares that he never will get tired of por traying the weakling, and thoroughly appre ciates their advantage, from a dramatic stand point, over 'straight' parts. According to the latest advices, however, there is a film now being made in- which- he will be seen as a masterful young Englishman, who journeys to America in an attempt to re establish the family fortune. Louise Glaum is Triangle's vampire woman. It is her first appearance...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

[?] . THEATRfCAL TIT-BITS A, strong bill at th- Tivoll. To-day will seen the first appearance ol the Artcda Duo, who arrived on Tuesday's boat The other members of the party were the Musical Irvings, who owned at the Sydney Douse on Wednesday night. Prince and Decry and the Parshleys, both of whom will com mence at the matinee at Melbourne to-day. 2ONA TRADOR, WITH HER VIOLIN AT THE TIVOLI. Another old favorite in Florodora will have a revival at Her Majesty's to-night. Get- Rick-Quick Wallingford has only one more week to run at the Criterion, for next Saturday . we shall see Madge Fabian and Frank Harvey in Romance, a fine story based on the love of a clergyman for an opera singer. Bill Eaglcfoot and Daphne will only be mar ried six times more at the Theatre Royal, for Duncan McClure will finsh next Friday night. The Strollers have no difficulty in keeping to good houses at the Palace. Their latest additions to the programme include some capi tal items. Arrangements are well in ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

NEURALGIA AND STARVED NERVES Neuralgia is the cry of hungry nerves for better blood. Take HEAN'S TONIC NERVE ' NUTS for a while, and see if you arc not de lighted by the freedom you enjoy from pain and worry. When your nerves get the food they want they will do what you want. HEAN'.S TONIC NERVE NUTS build sounH. ,.i Price, 3/ per bottle, or six bottl-' ?'? ' ''? they are not yet stocked by , , ' store, send direct to the M ',.'' HEAN, Chemist, 178 Car' v/J r ;. ';^— ^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO COMPETITION TO BE HELD IN MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

NO COMPETITION TO BE HELD IN MELBOURNE . ? The V.C-A. met on Monday night and adopt ed the recommendation of its executive tnat it is considered inadvisable to resume pennant encket until the war is over. It was decided to play non-competitive matches under the same conditions as last sea son. The games of 1915-16 were played with commendable keenness, but quietly, an it was felt that, a spirit of competition would be At least two of the club committees were in favor of resuming pennant cricket, and ad vanced -sound reasons for supporting such a course. The majority of the football clubs that' ceased playing football last season have changed their mind; about the wisdom of drop ping out as their ground finances have suiferel considerably from the secession. The president of the Association, Mr. Don ald Mackinnon, W.L.A., who is also chairman of the State War Council, expressed the opinion that it would be better not to ploy pen nant cricket this season, but to prepare for a full and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

WKSTERN SUBURBS. ? Western- Suburbs -Cricket Association, re ceived Jhe following entries for the ensuing season'. — ;.?.-..,':-, First ' Grade. — Botany, ?' Camperdown, . Bel more,' Erskineville, 'BUrwood United A,- United Service, Newtown- Crescent, Second Grade.— iHurlstotie Park Kidra, Hicks, Son^ St. Mathew's, Burwo%d United B, Camp sic, Stanmore Juniors. Election of committee:— First grade: R. Her ford. L. Andrews. W. Williams, H. Freeman, C. Walker. Second grade: W. Curnow, F. R. Beeley, F. Harris, W..8pooner, F. R. Ros sltter. Delegates to W.8.W. Junior Union: R. Herford and W. H. Potter. The final closing of entries takes place at Erskineville Town Hall On Monday next, Uth inst. ? A. MeBtath.theone-tima Interstate cricketer, will play with Camperdown, premiers 191314 15-16. F. Robinson has been elected captain of Camperdown. Reg Herford, who bis been elected hon. secretary of Botany, reports that Ben Taylor, who played with Newtown Congregational, will don the flannels this...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHELMSFORD STAKES POSSIBILITIES THE THREE-YEAR-OLDS' CHANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

CHELMSFORD STAKES POSSIBILITIES THE THREE-YEAR-OLDS' CHANCES. The Chelmsford Stakes has always been an interesting race ever since its inception, and I suppose it will keep Its reputation up to-day. Woorak will probably run in the Tramway Handicap. I think he would fare better in that race than over nine furlongs. Ulva's Isle has j hrpn Khowinrr a fair amount of dash in his work, but it would be too much to expect him lo win a ninc-furlons race. Gadabout has only won one race, and as that was a set weight event he has a penalty, and 9.11 will! probably pull him up. Cagou looks well, but it is hard to fancy him in a race like this. Gar- J THE GOOD-LOOKING ADMIRAL BEATTY, WHO WON THE Ttf REE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP AT MOOREFIELD ON SATURDAY. lin might not have done enough, but Giru might run better than ia generally anticipated. Wal lace Isinglass is a sure runner, and whatever beats him should very nearly win. He has done v/cil since Rosehill. and is more forward than the majority of the p...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOORE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

MOORE PARK. i Entries received for the Moore Park As sociation's competitions exceeded anticipations, for a total of 26 clubs to both grades were re ceived. ', ' ! . f ' In 'the A grade, Ultimo', Sydney Junior A, St. DavUs, Dalley,. and South Sydney Rugby League entered. In this grade the entries have been extended till Monday next when they will nnatty. Close ip, inc oi. uavius ociiuui nan, Riley and Tudor streets, Surry Hills. Jn the B '. grade two ' divisions have been formed' there being- too many for one,' division. Each divisions will play thirteen matches, and the ? wthners'-of 'each' division will play off for the 'destiny of /the B grade, whilst the, winners will receiye gold medals and the runners-up honor caps. - The A division cohs'ists of S. T. Leigh A, Surry Juniors; Redfern Ions.1 G.P.O., Wander ers Riverstone, Annandalc Altona, -Zetland Juniors,. Mick Simmons,- and St. Paul's; The B- dlvisloij is: S. T. Leigh' B, Olympla, the Adult ' Deaf1 S.oclfcty, ^ Waterloo Distr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE THREE-YEAR-OLDS THEIR PRIVATE AND PUBLIC FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

AMONG THE THREEYEAR OLDS THEIR PRIVATE AND PUBLIC FORM. Although tfie original entry for the Derby was 348, the chances are the field will be about the average, as only 42 were left in on Monday last. In running through those left in there are several that might get to the post, but their form between now and Derby day might con vince their owners that it is little use compet ing against Wolaroi and Co. Regularity has arrived from Newcastle, but although he looks the ideal Derby colt, it is doubtful if he can get a mile, let alone the Derby distance. Mafioso continues to get through useful work, and although the Derby looks beyond him at present, he may make a useful handicap horse later on. The same ap plies to Tuckerman's other representative, Royal Dude. He is a nice colt, and won well at Newcastle on Saturday. If placed adroitly he will be a payable horse, and will probably be the best Poseidon has sired. That nice little, filly, Alice Kcnilworth, ran second to Aneurism at Newca...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

CRICKET — — &- . By SUBSTITUTE. Among the promotions announced on Thurs day is that of C. Kelleway, from second to first lieuteaant. The entries received for this season's fixtures must be regarded as gratifying, and it is to be hoped that the many older hands who have been out of the game for a few years will make it a point to see that their respective clubs are not' left lamenting. In the first grade Redfern lit the only side not yet .in', but there is still a possibility of its inclusion. There . are 17 entries for the second grade and 12 for the third.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOCKEY'S RIDING ENGAGEMENTS A WOOD'S LUCK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

JOCKEY'S RIDING ENGAGEMENTS A. WOOD'S LUCK K. Bracken is, of course, to ride Woorak in the Epsom Handicap, and now that that horse has dropped out of the Metropolitan he may be on Cagou. J. Pike is to pilot Cc tigne in his A.J.C engagements, and he should suit that horse well. F. Kolcy will be on Giru in his Eprin? engage ments. O. Davics is to ride Panacre in the Epsom, and J. C. Wood's horses in their other engagements. If M. Connell can get off Three Star he will probably be on Polycratcs in the mile race, and W. Smart will ride Blague in the Epsom and Bucklaw in the Derby. F. Herbert i3 to have the mount on Costello. and A. Wood on Woodwild. Wood is also to ride Wolaroi in the Derby, and Wallace Isinglass in ' the Spring Stakes and Metropolitan, so the ] meeting promises to be a good one for him. M. Connell will also ride Gadabout and Rush ford in their engagements, and Clydeside when the weight permits. G. Harrison is to ride Wil liam the Silent in the Metropolitan, if not want...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARGUMENT OF JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

ARGUMENT OF JUNIORS. Robt. E. Savage, of the Balmain Junior Club, has his final say : 'In regard ;- Mr. Freeman's argument re garding Glebe Juniors hpving a better record than Balmain Fitrroy, it seems to me it would take a Philadelphia lawyer to explain to Mr. Fretman the superiority of Fitzroy over Glebe Junior. 'T wnutH Itlrr In.th* first inKtancp to make Mr. Freeman clear on the polnj about the number of players Fitxroy-have had since their inception. Taking the three ycirs (1913-14-15) conjointly, the number is only 22, and not 22 each season as taken up by' my worthy friend. So, Mr. Freeman, you must agree with me that we are superior to Glebe Junior in this respect Secondly* I am 'only putting forward the re cord of one team, while Mr. Freeman has to join both his B and C Graces to make his record look any way respectable alongside that of Fitrroy. Thirdly, in 1914. when Balmain won the President's Cup. Fitzroy were then playing B Grade, and had four representatives in the te...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROMINENT IMPORTED HORSES WORKING AT RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

PROMINENT IMPORTED ? HORSES WORKING AT RANDWICK. Imported horses are very common oat here now, and nearly every trainer at Randwick has one or two under his care. Some of them are stylish looking customers, and others are rather common. One that could be classed stylish is Polycrates, who has as yet to ap pear in a race in Australia. He is to run this afternoon, probably in the Tramway Han dicap, and as he is sprinting well will no doubt give a good account of himself, not withstanding that he may need a race. He has got through a fair amount of useful work, and on Thursday went particularly well over five furlongs, petting over that distance in a tick under lmin 3sec. Another stylish Englishman is Costello. He is a big-barrelled chestnut horse, and is good to look at. The ex-English rider, F. Herbert, who is to ride him in his engagements, was on him on Thursday, and, walking up to the seven furlong post, he jumped away practical ly from a standing start. The first furlong was part...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALMAIN DISTRICT JUNIOR COMPETITION TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

BALMAIN DISTRICT JUNIOR COMPETITION TABLE. ' roln:.'. Comp.- It. W. I* I). B. V. A. l'olntr. Ffdfrtll .. .. 11 11 1 0 2 I1-1' M '-'- 6h«mrrck/.. ..10 n : 0 - '! ' '-' Jlcrtonrlllp .. li » .1 o S lil .'* -- c;hrl*. nroth.cri 10 r, :, 1 » 71 Ml !:! Unimmo.rnc ..11 .'- 7 n ?? (VI 121 1J ClUdwvWr.. ..ID I' » 1 2 40 ion 7 Cockatoo Dotk. » 1 11 U 2 49 131 t!

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT A GOOD LINE CHELMSFORD STAKES AND DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

NOT A GOOD LINE CHELMSFORD STAKES AND DERBY. The Chelmsford Stakes has not been a good line for the Derby, as several horses badly beaten in Tattersali's weight-for-age race have completely upset calculations by beating those who so signally defeated them in the shorter race. In 1910, Tanami, who was without doubt one of the most unreliable horses that ever raced, was never sighted in the Chelmsford at 100 to 4. won the Derby easily. Jacamar or Cisco did not get a place in 1911, but Jacamar beat him, yet in the Derby Cisco, who started at a longish price, turned the tables on him by defeating him rather easily. The 1912 form was fairly true, as that fine filly, Perdita, finished well in second place in the Chclmsford Stakes- to Duke Foote, while Cider, the Derby winner, was fourth. However, the latter was meeting the filly on half a stone better terms, which enabled him to account for her. Beragoon was second in the Chelmsford Stakes of 1913, while Radnor, another three year-old, wa...

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