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WEIGHT-FOR-AGE HORSES AT ROSEHILL WILL WOORAK RUN? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

WEIGHT-FOR-AGE HORSES AT ROSEHILL WILL WOORAK RUN » The Spring Stakes this afternoon will be a very interesting race if Woorak does not start, as there are several horses that look to have equally good chances. Woorak was said to be a runner early in the week, but as he only pottered about the inside of the track on Thurs day, it may mean that the flying chestnut is not to take his place in the Held this afternoon. On his running last Saturday it would only be a matter of health for him to be successful, and the chances arc he would win easier than he did last year. Blague galloped nicely on Thursday, and with Woorak out would prob ably be favorite. He looks well, and nearly as possible at his best. Blague, however, has never shown any form over this side, and, writing from memory, I doubt whether he was ever placed in any of the races he has started in in New South Wales. Cetigne went splendidly on Thursday, and he will give a good account of himself to-day. The race on Saturday ap...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE EPSOM CANDIDATES EFFECT OF SATURDAY'S RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

AMONG THE EPSOM CANDIDATES EFFECT OF SATURDAY'S RUNNING. Polycrates' form on Saturlay last in the Tramway Handicap was considered good enough to send hint to the head of quotations, but Woorak again got to the front during the week, and at the time of writing is in that position. The chances are he will remain there, too. if he goes on all right, as the small punter wil! support him, snd it is he that make* the favorite in a big race. Polycrates wo.i very nicely, and his performance was decidedly impressive. One thing may tell against him, and that is the big field. He is evidently not a smart beginner, and he may be so fac out of it in the early part ithat he may not be able to wipe off the lead of a fast horse like Woo rak. Ten stone four pounds is a big* weight, but I question whether anything will be good enough to beat the latter. Costello ran a fair race in the Tramway, but I think Polycrates will beat all those that he beat on Saturday last. Giro will possibly ran in the Spri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

\VK£TEBS SUBURBS CflUC&ET ASSOCIATION,, Applications arc iaviled from gentlemen competent to officiate 11 umplro. Expenses, 3/0 per match. . tf. }j, yo'frtiH, Hun. Sccro.ar/, Ulnlatonc-ttrvtft, Kciaiah. 'SATURDAY REFEREE'' SUBSCRIPTION FORM SubKriptlno ral« Okclumu rxxati). rara'jlt li ld»«ac»i Au»lralUn CoiuimhrmIiIi, .W £m|»u-J, Kill and I'afua. (Mr qmntr, I/HI ptr annum, «/. Untiii Kioedou.. and utir; ylacrn su«*J, f,t luiat, tit. l!«iiillt«jM» lim/ 1-» ia»J« by AiimmIhi, 1,111*111, I'oul J-giu, Uantr Order, or WnquJ, -l[k Wu.1,1,. a,luc.l..Addrc»« V« IUS.U1K1J. ??aATUUU.U liVilteii' ' n'iJUS aKD AUDUE3S tlf OUIWCUlDtU TO U.1 WWITBU 'ft DATrT ? ' (Wdu rtsialjr.) '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EPSOM AND METROP. FIELDS ABOUT AVERAGE LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

THE EPSOM AND METROP. FIELDS ABOUT AVERAGE LIKELY. At the time of writing fifty-eight horses are sull left in the Epsom, and 63 in the Metropolitan, but the chances are the fields will be only about the average unless a number of those in both races make startling improvement and convince their owners that they are worth paying up for. The record field for the Epsom is 38, when Aleconner -won, while the same year Cagou beat 32 other horses in the Metropolitan which stands as a record for that race. Running through the Epsom starters it looks at -present as if there will be about 23 runners, and four or five less in the Metro politan.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. First Round—September [?] First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

WESTERS SUBUOBS ASSOCIATiaV. hirst iiound-^icptcmeer JO *«J ^ yint Cmdr. K.iUneTlUe ». Boumj ; Umpira, sj. a. Bxnddl uU E. U. Corn&h. burwood United A t. Belmore. u luinerdown v. United Stirice ; W. Huilty and Q. Stonthill. Second Cradc iit Mittbe«-'i v. Uurbtoni: I'arK Klors i C. Lulasd and J. TalboUem. Carlisle v. Uurwoo.1 United T). Ultlui, Sod, U'J Wilkim v. buoinore Junior. Mocio of Competition. Clubs to ram ri;h oilier time tttfoj of two diji' dun r.uioo Points to count 11 follow : 2 (or a nln, 1 lor a !!»!- In tho teeond Grade St. Matthc«'«, Ill-US. Son, md Slinmcrr Junior to rrcdvc a handicap ot JO runi.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BACKED FOR THE MELBOURNE CUP BURSAR'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

BACKED FOR THE MEL BOURNE CUP BURSAR'S MISSION. The imported horse Bursar, vtfno, when the weights -appeared for the Metropolitan, was one of the choice fancies, and who was with drawn when the first acceptance fell due, was backed for the Melbourne Cup on Monday, and this- race is evidently his mission. He is also in the Caulfield as well as the Melbourne Cup, and has 8.8 In'cach race, which, for what he »« u««rc, uppcars to ue quite enough. In kngland he won a couple of Selling plates as a youngster, but did no good as a three or four year old; and his only win out here was the Winter Stakes ot the June meeting, when he beat The Christian Brother and GaUcc Queen. He ran in the Chelmsford Stakes last Saturday and acquitted himself well, as he was hot sighted until well into the straight, but was close up at the finish.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. MOORE PARK ASSOCIATION. A Grade—September 16 and 23. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

Tn.nAVS FIXTURES. MOOIU: PARK ASSOCIATION, t r-.mir -Sfileaibtt 14 and 31. . 1 ior \ v St riiviO No. U wlcke'. ! umpires. Srrf.'l'J«^Ti. Andcnon and W. '''''? 11 Gmde-Htst Dirulon. , S T. Uish A .. Jlltentoue, -». 2 wk*et ; G. J. ii.'rTu'El.a^te'atoua, No. 19 xlekct; T. Cooper Ki?niU!V-™Z-tl»n.l Junior., No. II ticket ; U. SUplw wifdo'tr^V.^lVifimmoo., So. 1 Meirt ; K. Br-r-m -,\n jV^iTW' .or* So 13. wiekct i TV. C.U ' Ia!.ji arvJ W. William 1. n Cradc— Second Dirliloil. £..UH D«f Soei«.« v. aute Timber Yard., So. U »lo L^V.'ureU ^Kem'^. ' So'' 6 .ieket i P. J. ^I'tr^T^ -tot ; '? W* '0 lifjfem Bw'lt»h -'. 01,-mr.la. No. 0 Ticket i CI. t. Waterloo DUtrlct r. Double Ba7 Junlor-, So. SI »i:ieti South SHntlon r. S. T. Leigh B, So. IT vldu* i w. Kim. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Periscopic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

Veriscppic/geps By CISEAUX, If the Huns are suffering from a lack of pies, they have always a pack of lies to fall back on. If Andrew Carnegie is still anxious to die poor he might take over the German war ? debt. ? 'Germans must co'ntract their front,' reads a newspaper headline, referring to the posi tion in France. The process has already be gun in Germany, owing to the food shortage. Pity is that the women and kiddies and old men are feeling the pinch, while the Prussian swaggerers, in their deep well-furnished, dug outs, are living on the fat of pilfered terri tory. 'So the works of Thackeray are widely read in Germany. You astonish me,' said the old lady, looking over her pince-nez. 'True, my dear,' said Hubby, 'the most popular cry with the housewives of that blightest land of culture is. 'William Make peace.' ' 'Yes, I've joined up,' growled the 'per- suaded' slacker. 'I'd no choice in the matter.' 'No ; the 'choice' went first,' said the flap per, saucily. And the dolor on ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tween Drinks [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

TbeenQDnnh By JOHN DKAYTON. The Irish question : 'Why did they sell Kfl Iirncy ?' Mr». Pankhurst refers to Mr. Hughes as a unique man ! The Sultan of Turkey has published a poem. Hit 'swan sonc.' j Tore Food prosecutions !' Why not Impure ' Food prosecutions ? Allies are winning all riebt. They are doing the Somme to prove it. Early sports edish : 'Tathessall's Races.' Most have picked it on the first.' 'Big guns fire petroleum wells !' This must be the reply to the Hun liquid Are. Let the King reign, suggests .a contemp. That's all right; we're going to. The Kaiser has changed his faith. He used to believe that Might was Right. The ring of steeL Any of the combines making iniquitous profits out of the war. West Australia's second V.C, O*Mara, en listed at Collie, where the coal comes from. | Returned soldiers complain that they have asked for land, and have been offered a quarry. More than one otherwise useful citiien has gone down under the burden of his own import ance. The Premi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

x THE REFEREE AJ.C Spring Meeting by Pilot The Boxing World by W. F. Corbett All Sport by Experts SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Paper , Reading for Men & Women Latest War & General News Sport Comment by Experts

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROSEHILL GUINEAS CHANCES A GOOD RACE PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

ROSEHILL GUINEAS CHANCES A GOOD RACE PROMISED, The Rosehill Guineas will be run for the seventh time this afternoon, and, as in past years, a good contest is promised. Although with practically all the important threeyear c!ds running In the weight-for-age race at Tat teraall's a week earlier, and a good line should MR. SOL GREEN'S BLACK COLT BALDPATE, BY COMEDY KING— KEY, WINNER OF THE NOVICE HANDICAP AT TATTERSALL'S MEETING, be obtained, backers did not start off too well in 1910, as they elected Styria favorite. She ran unplaced, and the little thought of Electric Wire, who started at 20 to 1. won easily. Backers fared a lltfle better the following year, as although Peirene, the favorite, was unplaced, Woolerina, who started at 6 to 1, won. Cider was considered' unbeatable in 1912, but the Mimer horse Burri urfcet calculations. Radnor had run third in the Chelmsford Stakes of 1913, and form pointed to him winning the Guineas, but the good-looking 3cau Soult was equal to downing h...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORSES PROSPECTS IN ROSEHILL GUINEAS TO-DAY A.J.C. Spring Meeting : Wallsend To-day : Sport in Other States TO-DAY'S ROSEHILL PROSPECTS SPRING CANDIDATES ENGAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

HORSES' PROSPECTS IN ROSEHILL GUINEAS TO-DAY ?w --c -y*%y IT «. - - *cr*~& -&—& VT-y A.J.C. Spring Meeting :: Wallsend To-day :: Sport in Other States :: w - By Cardigan TO-DAY'S ROSEHILL PROSPECTS SPRING CANDIDATES ENGAGED. Rosehill will hoid their Guineas meeting this afternoon, and a great crowd is sure to be there. Practically all the prominent horses of the Spring arc engaged, and their form will be interesting, as it is bound to throw some light on the big events to come in the next few weeks or so. The Rosehill Guineas will be particularly interesting, and the chances are the winner will be the Derby favorite. My colleague, Tulkcroo, will take charge of these columns next week, while I go to help to fight the Bosches, so for the last time I hope, to use an Americanism, to be able to 'shoot the right dope' regarding this afternoon's pro spects. As was the case last week, it is difficult to say what races certain horses will run in. as several are engage...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

thereSfjeree Australian Soldiers in the Fight- . ing Line specially desire their friends to post them THE REFEREE Above all other Newspapers SUNDAY TIMES Australia's most popular Sun day Newspaper. War News, Women's World, read from . title to imprint by 400,000 People every Sunday

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET ON THE EVE OF OPENING SYDNEY SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

CRICKET ON THE EVE OF OPENING SYDNEY, SEASON By NOT OUT. The cricket r-cavon to shortly open in Sydney amonG the senior clubs promises to be very in teresting and successful, conuidcring the un exampled disadvantages under whicli the game — ann all others — arc being curried on. Al present cricket aru other eports arc only a means to an end, and that the successful prose cution of the war bv the Allies. It is a good training ground foi youths who may a year or two hence hive to don the khaki, unless the German battalions be driven across ths Rhine within the next twelve months. The season will not be officially opened for some little time yet. though the juniors have got under weigh. On all sides, however, the want of players is likely to be felt, so general has been the response to the call of arms. It means that the hifiher Rrades will embrace a bigger number of yeuths than ever before. Many of these ure to be the sreat players of the future, when the States resume their battles o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPORT THE TALE OF A HALF-CROWN [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

ONCE UPON] ^ ati Mr THE TALE OF A HALF-CROWN 'Do you rcn'eriber the number of the cab we drove up in from the MaliO'i ?' I asked iny wife the other day. 'No, but I should know the man again. Why ?' 'Because I gave him my half-a-crown ; and if I can only find, him, I will give him five ?hillings to hand it back to me.' 'A profitable transaction for cabby, if not for you.' 'Well, I wouldn't lose that half-crown for more than five shillings,' and I put on my hat and set off in search for the cabman. I found him after a little searching, and asked him if he had changed the half-crown I had given him j the day before. He didn't think he had. Should I know it ? gain ? Rather. I had kept it 35 years amidst rcany temptations to spend it when 'hard up,' and I would give him five shillings for it new. Thus urged. John rummaged his shabby cor duroys, till the air wss laden with the scent of ''mews' and ammonia. Amongst the handful of silver he produied with the straws, pipes, and Pi;ta:I, and ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROFESSIONAL ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

PROFESSIONAL ROWING By latest advices Frank 3. Hagney, the acuiler-cycUit-boxeri was in South America, and not doing too badly In the boxing line. The rowing fraternity are arranging a num ber of functions, all aiming at adding to the Billy McDevitt Testimonial Fund. On Satur day next the Hunter River Sculling Club will hold a regatta, the chief Items being races in heavy boats — single and double, A party from the ranks of the Parramatta River Club propose .miwmt ui trip to ixcivcamic co asiuc at the --{unction. Mr. George Towns will give any in formation to anyone anxious to Join in. On October 10 there will be a moonlight excursion to tho Avenue, Lane Cove River, and on Oc tober 21 the Parramatta River Club will brine off i rejatta, with a programme including ladies' single and double sculls (inter-club), mixed doubles, and men's single scutia. . . The amount raised in connection with the -Ben-Thoroughfjood Testimonial will be handed over to the veteran at the McDevitt Benefit Re...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE. (In the Arrow.) A duck, when she has laid an egg Goes quietly away, Sut when a hen has done the Bame She cackles forth Hooray! And makes an awful racket too, You see the hen is wise, Because she's on to the fact It pays to advertise. Demands for hens' eggs they are great, While duck eggs they stay in the crate. |

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DARING OBSERVERS VOYAGE THROUGH THE KIEL CANAL TALK WITH MAN WHO SANK LUSITANIA [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

DARING OBSERVERS VOYAGE THROUGH THE KIEL CANAL «*'» «-K» &*& -3M-$ -*r-3- «-?-$- O-^ -S~® .;-.-* ^ TALK WITH MAN WHO SANK LUS1TANIA -» ^ What would you give to peep behind the veil of German war power, to view the German naval, defences from the inside, to come to close quarters, with the High Sea Fleet, the Kiel Canal, and Heligoland, and to be a silent listener at one of those merry parties where German naval officers reveal among themselves the closely-locked secrets of the Fatherland ? To the assertion that such a thing is a fan tasy, soiTiething impossible in view of the Ger man precautions, the answer is in an article in the current Quarterly Review by Mr. J. M. de Beaufort, who claims to have done all these things, and produces chapter and verse in sup- I port of his claims. It is in many ways the most sensational article of the war. With what I credentials Mr. de Beaufort managed to get | into the office of the Admiralty at Berlin he I does not say, but he wa...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916

SAILING ? 3! ' ? By TOM CBINGLH. The Sydney Sailing Clnb's new course fot the coming season will be the same as nxed by the squadron, except that instead of mine the buoy off Shark Island as a rounding mark, a joat will be placed east-south-east of the island. Racing will consist of two heats and a final every other Saturday. Another club innova tion will be the division of the field into two heats instead of drawing the names of com petitors as formerly. By this arrangement it is expected that the back-mark division will have a betteT chance of getting into the final. Next Saturday's opening patriotic ract und:r the joint management of the Sydney Sai!:r» Club and the Sydney Flying Squadron wi' serve to open the sailing season. The next p:o ceeds will be handed to the Repatriation tt:iij under the control of the State War Council. The Port Jackson Skiff Club's further cnlit ments include : F. Matthews (Eclipse 1. 1. Kemp (Rose), R. Macgee (Assegai),' arid O. Petersen (Ibex). Jas. Do...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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