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ROWING. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 23 September 1899 page Article 2015-07-02 14:13 The ''Maryborough Chronicle1' says: —
Time & drawing near for the great event,
the Champion Four-oared race of Queens
land, to De . held . in Bockhampton on the
14th of October. -The greatest interest
is now being taken in the coming event
Brisbane .has two crews already in train
crews are now bard at it- One of osr old
again, in the person of If. Barton, and hi?
lot and -grill take eome beating. The other
Dunlop, M. Horsbnrgh, and A. Sullivan,
This is tiie late champion crew, with Vm
exception of Horsbnrgh, who is a new hand
in that crew. 'He is showing splendid
work than Barton's crew, but £ will leave
it until the end of the week to tip the win
Maryborough has also got a junior four to
gether, and they will take bearing. They
am nil -ur-fntit0T*i- antt hr +he iime nf iht-
swinging strdke.
Edward Banian Ten Evck, the brilliant
young amateur sculler, is still the undis
puted champion of America. On the 29t1i
championship at ihe National Begatta
distinguished fcimself by annexing the
single sculls at ^e.- International Begatts.
In neither cp;- did he experience any
trouble with fc.'-- opponents. Ten Eyck, it
will be rememttred, was the winner of the
diamond scull j ^t Henley a couple of years
?was refused by rta eh!wards for reasons not
stated. H« 'is probably in a' clasB above
any d ^ois year's c*nj-etitors for the
BOWING.
The ''Maryborough Chronicle ' says: —
Time is drawing near for the great event,
the Champion Four-oared race of Queens-
land, to be held in Rockhampton on the
14th of October. The greatest interest
is now being taken in the coming event.
Brisbane has two crews already in train - ing, so has Rockhampton. Although our
crews are now hard at it. One of our old oarsmen has come forward to stroke a crew
again, in the person of N. Barton, and has
lot and will take some beating. The other
Dunlop, M. Horsburgh, and A. Sullivan,
This is the late champion crew, with the
exception of Horsburgh, who is a new hand
in that crew. He is showing splendid
work than Barton's crew, but I will leave
it until the end of the week to tip the win-
Maryborough has also got a junior four to-
gether, and they will take beating. They
are all six-footers, and by the time of the
swinging stroke.
Edward Hanlan Ten Eyck, the brilliant
young amateur sculler, is still the undis-
puted champion of America. On the 29th
championship at the National Begatta
distinguished himself by annexing the
single sculls at the International Regatta.
In neither case did he experience any
trouble with his opponents. Ten Eyck, it
will be remembered, was the winner of the
diamond sculls at Henley a couple of years
was refused by the stewards for reasons not
stated. He is probably in a class above
any of this year's competitors for the sculls.
ROWING.
Bowing. FIXTURES. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907), Saturday 23 September 1899 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-07-02 14:00 N.S.W. Rowing Association Regatta, September £3
and Oobober 7.
Sydney Rowing «Olub Regatta, October 14.
HaJma.hi Regatta, November 9.
Intercalom'.ail iSig-ti t-aar Race and< Sculling Champion
Victoria In the intercolonial eight-oar race on
November 18: J. Blackburn, löst; A. pawson, list
41b; L. J. Nolan, list 61b; T. Davis, list 121b; A. ll.
J. Donald, list 41b (stroke).
crew now practising for the intercolonial eight
oar race on the Yarra on November 18:-T. Cu
sack (Commercial), bow, lOst 21b; W. Mellish
Bowing;
N.S.W. Rowing Association Regatta, September 23
and October 7.
Sydney Rowing Club Regatta, October 14.
Balmain Regatta, November 9.
Intercolonial Race and Sculling Champion-
Victoria in the intercolonial eight-oar race on
November 18: J. Blackburn, 10st; A. Dawson, 11st
4lb; L. J. Nolan, 11st 6lb; T. Davis, 11st 12lb; A. B.
J. Donald, 11st 4lb (stroke).
crew now practising for the intercolonial eight-
oar race on the Yarra on November 18:-T. Cu-
sack (Commercial), bow, 10st 2lb; W. Mellish
Rowing.
Rowing Notes. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 23 September 1899 page Article 2015-07-02 13:54 f\ was done on the harbour. During the last two
- v weeks the team was in quarters at the clubhouse on
X, \ 'the river, and here the coach had a much better
S fefef chance of getting his crew into shape. Now the
/' crew i3 going well, and is showing good pace, and
i Vigour, backed up by weight. The rowing is very
, . - dip of the blades, and that is as it should be ; but, on
x tween these two crews, and a great race it should
V A much_higher class race would have been put
This (Saturday) afternoon, on the' Parramatta
Biver, the New South Walts Bowing Association's
twentieth annual regatta will be held. Two com
Abbotaford wharf at 3 p.m. sharp. The finish will
be at Putney. Entries are made by Sydney, Mer
cantile, Glebe, Baimain, East Sydney, and Univer
sity. Of these the best appear to be Mer
this olass it iS not easy to predict the
winner, as all the men are more or lees un
will be strongly attacked by University, Baimain,
help, but for variouB reasons did not make much
headway daring the first few weoks' work, which
detrimental are laok of dash and want of swing.
Bolid aud attractive. It is probably as good as it
-has extensively drawn on the stamina. Still, the
the other band, Sydney is very ragged fcr the first
few seconds and doeB not get together at once. Uni
can ping in at about 40 per minute like they can row
36 they nave a real good chance of beating Sydney.
list 21b, and University list 7lb. The race is be
Baimain is juBt list average, and all good material.
the beginning. However, Baimain will row a good
race, and on fast water will take Borne
shaking off. Glebe has been bat little
can row to birn* they will be all right, but I do not
of the selectors for the eight— aud it is known they
want grafters for the pace on the Yarra. Glebe
crew will average lOst 121b, which is rather more
the course, coxswainB may bear in mind that there are
no points worth working for the tide, so in the ab
Wharf, and finishing at the Searlo Monu
ment. * The third event is good enough to prevent
is the holder. He is called upon to defend his little
by J. J. Daley and G. J. Buwald, both of the
Mercantile Glub. Buwald has been cut of rowing
''for many years, as he has been in the country. He
' has had but a dozen rows, but being in very gocd
- health he struck form at once, and has done suffi
- ciently well to satisfy himself that he has a chance.
He iB a strong convert to the me of short boats, they
Being unknown in his day. Daley was uever better
two weeks he has been training from Neilsen'a
; place on the river. He has done
the course from the S.B.C. branch, doing two rows
daily. Ho has certainly uot overtrained this time,
and can be rebel on to row a good race, but with
course is. from Searle's monument to the Walker
) The last event of the first day will be junior fours,
. the course being from Putney to Abbotsfcrd wharf,
i There are entries from Sydney, Mercantile, North
? Shore, Baimain, East Sydney, and University,
j Nearly ail these crews will have met in the maiden
^ race* earlier in the day, bat Mercantile and North
i Shore are fresh crews. There is so way of telling
j which is the best, but it is hardly likely that a crew
? will win the doable— the maiden and the junior —
rights have closed.
- Sydney Bowing Club Begatta is a fixture for
October 14, to be held on the Parramatta Biver.
tather a surprise, as it was generally considered that
the sequence. The programme will be as com
prehensive and liberal as usual. No doubt satis
factoiy arrangements will be made for control, and a
of how the race was won unless thoy read the
At the Bowing Association committee meeting
held last week it was decided that the Eelectc-rs for
will be rowed the same day as the eight-car contest
on the Yarra. It i3. understood 'Mr. J. Slack will
row as an amateur was reinstated at the recent ly
held association meeting. He Lad loBt his status as
had reinstated htm. 'This is the first case of the
a strong 'feeling against this kind of thiug, but in
claims of the newly formed Northern Bowing
The Bowing Association has determined^ to join
the Amateur Sports Club, and no doubt that institu
tion will be strengthened by havios such _ a
strong amateur body affiliated. The acbief
there will be a recognised Headquarters, _ a
secretary will be entitled to the benefits of member
roll iB over 300, and it the advantages were better
eight. The tbres have now completed the selection
of the crew which iB as follows : —
J. Blackburn ? 10st
A. Dawson ? list 4lb
L.J.Nolan ... ? list 61b
. T.Davis ... ... ... *m ... Hit 121b
A. Sloan ? ? ... - ... ... 12st
H. J. Hughes ... .... ? 12st
A. Chamley ? 1 ' st 121b
J. Donald ? list 4lb
The average weight is llfcst. The crew is in great
Sid. Edwards, who has hod the care of several pre
At the annual meeting of the Mercantile Bowing
Club (Melbourne) Mr. A. B. Sloan was elected cap
tain and Mr. J. A. Strong as vice-captain, The re
assets were valued at £500.. This included boat
house, boats, and fittings. ' The only liability is
£167, owiug on debentures. The wins had been
eight, owing to a strained muscle, and was not ex
Moesch was filling the vacancy, and giving satisfac
a man short while the paee was being worked up.
was done on the harbour. During the last two
weeks the team was in quarters at the clubhouse on
the river, and here the coach had a much better
chance of getting his crew into shape. Now the
crew is going well, and is showing good pace, and
vigour, backed up by weight. The rowing is very
dip of the blades, and that is as it should be ; but, on
tween these two crews, and a great race it should
a much_higher class race would have been put
This (Saturday) afternoon, on the Parramatta
River, the New South Wales Rowing Association's
twentieth annual regatta will be held. Two com-
Abbotsford wharf at 3 p.m. sharp. The finish will
be at Putney. Entries are made by Sydney, Mer-
cantile, Glebe, Balmain, East Sydney, and Univer-
sity. Of these the best appear to be Mer-
this class it is not easy to predict the
winner, as all the men are more or less un-
will be strongly attacked by University, Balmain,
help, but for various reasons did not make much
headway during the first few weeks' work, which
detrimental are lack of dash and want of swing.
solid aud attractive. It is probably as good as it
has extensively drawn on the stamina. Still, the
the other hand, Sydney is very ragged for the first
few seconds and does not get together at once. Uni-
can plug in at about 40 per minute like they can row
36 they have a real good chance of beating Sydney.
11st 2lb, and University 11st 7lb. The race is be-
Balmain is just 11st average, and all good material.
the beginning. However, Balmain will row a good
race, and on fast water will take some
shaking off. Glebe has been but little
can row to him they will be all right, but I do not
of the selectors for the eight— and it is known they
want grafters for the race on the Yarra. Glebe
crew will average 10st 12lb, which is rather more
the course, coxswains may bear in mind that there are
no points worth working for the tide, so in the ab-
Wharf, and finishing at the Searle Monu-
ment. The third event is good enough to prevent
is the holder. He is called upon to defend his title
by J. J. Daley and G. J. Ruwald, both of the
Mercantile Club. Ruwald has been out of rowing
for many years, as he has been in the country. He
has had but a dozen rows, but being in very good
health he struck form at once, and has done suffi-
ciently well to satisfy himself that he has a chance.
He is a strong convert to the use of short boats, they
being unknown in his day. Daley was never better
two weeks he has been training from Neilsen's
place on the river. He has done
the course from the S.R.C. branch, doing two rows
daily. He has certainly not overtrained this time,
and can be relied on to row a good race, but with
course is from Searle's monument to the Walker
The last event of the first day will be junior fours,
the course being from Putney to Abbotsford wharf.
There are entries from Sydney, Mercantile, North
Shore, Balmain, East Sydney, and University,
Nearly all these crews will have met in the maiden
race earlier in the day, but Mercantile and North
Shore are fresh crews. There is no way of telling
which is the best, but it is hardly likely that a crew
will win the double— the maiden and the junior —
eights have closed.
Sydney Bowing Club Regatta is a fixture for
October 14, to be held on the Parramatta River.
rather a surprise, as it was generally considered that
the sequence. The programme will be as com-
prehensive and liberal as usual. No doubt satis-
factory arrangements will be made for control, and a
of how the race was won unless they read the
At the Rowing Association committee meeting
held last week it was decided that the selectors for
will be rowed the same day as the eight-oar contest
on the Yarra. It is understood Mr. J. Slack will
row as an amateur was reinstated at the recently
held association meeting. He had lost his status as
had reinstated him. 'This is the first case of the
a strong feeling against this kind of thing, but in
claims of the newly formed Northern Rowing
The Rowing Association has determined to join
the Amateur Sports Club, and no doubt that institu-
tion will be strengthened by having such a
strong amateur body affiliated. The chief
there will be a recognised headquarters, a
secretary will be entitled to the benefits of member-
roll is over 300, and if the advantages were better
eight. The three have now completed the selection
of the crew which is as follows : —
J. Blackburn 10st
A. Dawson 11st 4lb
L.J.Nolan ...11st 6lb
T.Davis ... ... ... 11st 12lb
A. Sloan ... - ... ... 12st
H. J. Hughes ... .... 12st
A. Chamley 11st 12lb
J. Donald 11st 4lb
The average weight is 11½st. The crew is in great
Sid. Edwards, who has had the care of several pre-
At the annual meeting of the Mercantile Rowing
Club (Melbourne) Mr. A. B. Sloan was elected cap-
tain and Mr. J. A. Strong as vice-captain, The re-
assets were valued at £500. This included boat
house, boats, and fittings. The only liability is
£167, owing on debentures. The wins had been
eight, owing to a strained muscle, and was not ex-
Moesch was filling the vacancy, and giving satisfac-
a man short while the pace was being worked up.
Answers to Correspondents. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 23 September 1899 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-07-02 12:49 T.8.— George Fearn, who was co (successful as abuat-builder
G.M. — English crews are goine in for a longer swing than
long way back at the end of tho-stroke. The stiff body
wont has gone out of use altogether.
time was eight seconds belter than five minutes.
T.S.— George Fearn, who was so successful as a boat-builder
G.M. — English crews are going in for a longer swing than
long way back at the end of the stroke. The stiff body
work has gone out of use altogether.
time was eight seconds better than five minutes.
AQUATICS. Rowing Fixtures. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 23 September 1899 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-07-02 12:48 September 23. — Cowing Association Regatta ; first flay.
October 7. — Bowing Association Begatta ; second day .
October 14.— Sydney Bowing Club Begatta, Parramatta
Biver.
November 9.— Baimain Begatta.
November 11.— Giebe Bowing Club Begatta.
November 18.— Intercolonial Bight-oar Bace at Mel
November 18. — Piattsburg Handicap, Sculling Race.
November IS, — Intercolonial ScuJling Championship at
December.— Mercantile Bowing Club regatta.
December.— North Shore Bowing Club Begatta.
December.— Victorian Boning Association Champion
Fours. ? ?
September 23. — Rowing Association Regatta ; first day.
October 7. — Rowing Association Regatta ; second day .
October 14.— Sydney Rowing Club Regatta, Parramatta
River.
November 9.— Balmain Regatta.
November 11.— Glebe Rowing Club Regatta.
November 18.— Intercolonial Eight-oar Bace at Mel-
November 18. — Plattsburg Handicap, Sculling Race.
November IS, — Intercolonial Sculling Championship at
December.— Mercantile Rowing Club regatta.
December.— North Shore Rowing Club Regatta.
December.— Victorian Rowng Association Champion
Fours.
ROWING. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Saturday 23 September 1899 page Article 2015-07-02 12:45 H Considerable interest is being taken in
KjSjrisbt>.nc over tbe Rockhampton'Cliamnion
»faShip Regatta, to be held on thc 14th of
TÜetóber next, in Maryborough «Iso the
-' excitement is very keen, and several crews
and scullers are training fur thc occasion.
reported to be in good form. Tin- represen-
tatives of thc Commercial Rowing Club ure
A. J-ang, W. 15. Carmichael, A. licuáis, anil.
Ojhgnr (stroke); and the Brisbane llonini;
ClTib crew, W. A. Douglas, X. Drury, A. ll
Drury, and S. II. Boland (stroke). In the
ted by 'M. J. Slack, champion soulier of
Australia, and A. Dennis: Maryborough, bv
A. Sullivan: and Rockhampton, by W. tí.
Black and W. Callaghan, with a probability
oí other men from" each city. A. Drury
I (Brisbane) will contest the Junior Scull»
t.with 1». Burke (Brisbane), who will also
^kave a try for the Maiden Sculls. Drury
Hnd Slack, of Brisbane, contemplate sl.irl
liug in Hu; Double Sculls, nnd the Drury
' (brothers in the Senior IVirs. As Mary-
borough wilt bp largely represen (cd as wi-!!
os thc local clubs, the 'regatta should bc ono
, of thc must interesting ever held in Muck- I
' Hampton.
Considerable interest is being taken in
Brisbane over the Rockhampton Champion-
Ship Regatta, to be held on thc 14th of
Octóber next. In Maryborough also the
excitement is very keen, and several crews
and scullers are training for the occasion.
reported to be in good form. The represen-
tatives of thc Commercial Rowing Club are
A.Lang, W. B. Carmichael, A. Dennis, and
O.Agar (stroke); and the Brisbane Rowing
Club crew, W. A. Douglas, N. Drury, A. H.
Drury, and S.B. Boland (stroke). In the
ted by M. J. Slack, champion sculler of
Australia, and A. Dennis: Maryborough, by
A. Sullivan: and Rockhampton, by W. G.
Slack and W. Callaghan, with a probability
of other men from each city. A. Drury
(Brisbane) will contest the Junior Sculls
with P. Burke (Brisbane), who will also
have a try for the Maiden Sculls. Drury
and Slack, of Brisbane, contemplate start-
ing in the Double Sculls, and the Drury
brothers in the Senior Pairs. As Mary-
borough will be largely represented as well
as the local clubs, the regatta should be one
of thc must interesting ever held in Rock-
hampton.
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 23 September 1899 page Article 2015-07-02 12:19 Tho fine weather prevailing during the
week attracted a large number of club mem
bers to the sheds at Lak'i Weeroona. Seve
crew3 for tho forthcoming regatta. A.
M'Kenzie has dropped out of Rogers' crew,
allow J. C'olgan to tako the vacant seat. Mar
rows is unfortunate in being unable to ob
hurt his knee. P. Saycrs is pulling bow in
this crew. R. Ford has lost O'Donjiell, and
is ono for the bet cr. A If. Hill's four still
oil the boat ins'ead of on his oar. A week's
practice will improve him a good deal. Jor
ho spurts he cuts his stroke, and generally
shaping well, as also is P. Downes". No. 2
roll. A little at'ention should remedy this
fault. Of the scullers Heine, R. mid W. Con
roy and Benuett have indTiIged m steady
is noticeable. Duggan ia suffering from a
| will l>3 out next week. Hie additional dress
training requisites will be a boon to mem
With the Sydueysidcrs, the sport is boom
ing, and sculling'matches are flying about in
a liberal way. Peter Kemp has a new scul
ler, A. Worbovs, in hand, powerful, but not
,£100 for three miles, with a fair handicap.
Ford desires another match with Tressjder,
Mansfield also comes to the front with back
ing. Meanwhile a ,£50 handicap sculling race
(Br Ovtiucoek.)
The fine weather prevailing during the
week attracted a large number of club mem-
bers to the sheds at Lake Weeroona. Seve-
crews for the forthcoming regatta. A.
McKenzie has dropped out of Rogers' crew,
allow J. Colgan to take the vacant seat. Mar-
rows is unfortunate in being unable to ob-
hurt his knee. P. Sayers is pulling bow in
this crew. R. Ford has lost O'Donnell, and
is one for the better. AIf. Hill's four still
on the boat instead of on his oar. A week's
practice will improve him a good deal. Jor-
he spurts he cuts his stroke, and generally
shaping well, as also is P. Downes'. No. 2
roll. A little attention should remedy this
fault. Of the scullers Heine, R. and W. Con-
roy and Bennett have indulged in steady
is noticeable. Duggan is suffering from a
will be out next week. The additional dress-
training requisites will be a boon to mem-
With the Sydneysiders, the sport is boom-
ing, and sculling matches are flying about in
a liberal way. Peter Kemp has a new scul-
ler, A. Worboys, in hand, powerful, but not
£100 for three miles, with a fair handicap.
Ford desires another match with Tressider,
Mansfield also comes to the front with back-
ing. Meanwhile a £50 handicap sculling race
(By Outrigger.)
Aquatics. (Article), The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934), Friday 22 September 1899 page Article 2015-07-02 12:12 At a meeting of the Victorian flowing
Association November IS was fixed as the
At a meeting of the Victorian Rowing
Association November 18 was fixed as the
[By COX.] (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Friday 22 September 1899 page Article 2015-07-02 12:11 [By Cox.] I
[By Cox.]
SPORTING. AQUATICS. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Friday 22 September 1899 page Article 2015-07-02 12:09 has bis trainer, and as soon as the different
crews come in you can hear them with the re
marks, 'Come 011 Duflo where is .your towel,'
' Take a bath first MoBton, and all sorts
Every rower at tho present time is doing
real good work and is training hard. Row
oarsmen. Tlicv ore composed of — -Rex
(stroke), n.Kerr(!?o.3), E. Porter (No. 2), W.
Siin (bow). Poulter's crew are — C, Poultcr
(No, 2), and. .1. Mackay (bow;. This will
although .Poultcr has been doing gobri solid
work, lie must not think that it is' a walk
over. He has witbtf.it doubt a larger and
always tell. As far -as I have seen,
his troining abilities are nil, while the
other crew arc doing .a little. Poultcr, as
stroke, pulls a fine oar, and is ably sup
lot of coaching yet, and 111 my opinion if it
is a hard struggle I think how and No. 2
with groat dash, and start very well, and if
. I li'ear there ib some talk of a sculling
wager, tho parties being the old favourite, A.
Wcarin out, but if be intends to scull
Sullivan ho should be seen ^practising before
the date, because Sullivan is not. to be beaten
The champion crews are' doing solid work
.as usual, and it would not i-e right to pick,
faults with either of them, as they are'
' would be' champions, but, all the name,
'there are u few hint& ibat could be given. J
I have been watching these crews' very
cloBely, and I think that after I have seen
them, pull on Friday I can pick tho winner.
has his trainer, and as soon as the different
crews come in you can hear them with the re-
marks, 'Come on Duflo where is your towel,'
' Take a bath first Meston, and all sorts
Every rower at the present time is doing
real good work and is training hard. Row-
oarsmen. They are composed of — -Rex
(stroke), R.Kerr (No.3), E. Porter (No. 2), W.
Sim (bow). Poulter's crew are — C. Poulter
(No, 2), and. J. Mackay (bow). This will
although Poulter has been doing good solid
work, he must not think that it is a walk
over. He has without doubt a larger and
always tell. As far as I have seen,
his training abilities are nil, while the
other crew are doing a little. Poulter, as
stroke, pulls a fine oar, and is ably sup-
lot of coaching yet, and in my opinion if it
is a hard struggle I think bow and No. 2
with great dash, and start very well, and if
I hear there is some talk of a sculling
wager, the parties being the old favourite, A.
Wearin out, but if be intends to scull
Sullivan he should be seen practising before
the date, because Sullivan is not to be beaten
The champion crews are doing solid work
as usual, and it would not be right to pick
faults with either of them, as they are
' would be' champions, but, all the same,
there are a few hints that could be given.
I have been watching these crews very
closely, and I think that after I have seen
them pull on Friday I can pick the winner.

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