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Rowing Crews Meet Tomorrow In King's Cup Race S.A. King's Cup Oarsmen (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Friday 2 May 1947 page Article 2014-07-29 16:41 The 1947 ffght for the Aus
raliau Eight-oared Champion
-Jup will take place tomorrow
a_l^ Perth on the Swan River.
The months of training and pre
vanished soon alter noon tomorrow,
when crews from each State, ex
finiigViiTig line.
Bridge combination, which will al
River. Then, after the first war.
it was triumphant again at Bris
bane in 1920. at Sydney in 1922, and
at Perth in 1923. Tills crew made
Years passed, with South Austra
occasions, until, in 1935, South Aus
Lewis. Keith Bcwley, number five
man. was in the 1939 crew in Bris
Paech. Johnny Burt. come from
Murray Bridge, and Colin Wake
South Australian rowers walking on the bank of the Swan in Perth where itie KingV - up viglil-oared
The 1947 fight for the Aus-
ralian Eight-oared Champion-
Cup will take place tomorrow
at Perth on the Swan River.
The months of training and pre-
vanished soon after noon tomorrow
when crews from each State, ex-
finishing line.
Bridge combination, which will al-
River. Then, after the first war,
it was triumphant again at Bris-
bane in 1920, at Sydney in 1922, and
at Perth in 1923. This crew made
Years passed, with South Austra-
occasions, until, in 1935, South Aus-
Lewis. Keith Bowley, number five
man, was in the 1939 crew in Bris-
Paech, Johnny Burt, come from
Murray Bridge, and Colin Wake-
South Australian rowers walking on the bank of the Swan in Perth where the King's Cup eight-oared
THE FIRST TEST MATCH THE TEAMS SELECTED. (Article), Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 24 May 1908 page Article 2014-06-29 16:32 .Williamson, and R. H. M'Leod, met
Fremantle respectively, in the first
with the Eastern visit, on the -Fre
! mantle Oval on Monday, June 1 "?
Pe¿-th ' Combined--E. Southee, 0.
E. Thompson, and L- Edwards (Perth
[ club), J. Hesford, J. Ixjughbridge, F.
dub) ; F. Strickland, B. M'Namara,
J. Everett, W. Kayes (West Perth
club)-,, J. Randall, C. Wüdy, W.
B. Ijee, H. Sharpe, C. Doig, B. Hes
ketli,- E. Sweetman (East Fremantle);
mantle"), Willoughby (Midland Junc-
tion), M'Intyre (East Feemantle).
was decided to .ask Mr. T. Cecil to
Williamson, and R. H. M'Leod, met
Fremantle respectively, on the first
with the Eastern visit, on the Fre-
mantle Oval on Monday, June 1 :-
Perth Combined--E. Southee, 0.
E. Thompson, and L. Edwards (Perth
club), J. Hesford, J. Loughbridge, F.
club) ; F. Strickland, B. M'Namara,
J. Everett, W. Hayes (West Perth
club), J. Randall, C. Wildy, W.
B. Lee, H. Sharpe, C. Doig, B. Hes-
keth, R. Sweetman (East Fremantle);
mantle), Willoughby (Midland Junc-
tion), M'Intyre (East Fremantle).
was decided to ask Mr. T. Cecil to
Cycling E. COOMBES AT TOP FORM (Detailed lists, results, guides), Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), Monday 17 February 1941 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2014-06-29 14:29 J?RN COOMBES continued his win-
were taken to the Hospital for ob
but the time of 561-5 seconds was
58 4-5 seconds, which ls the fastest
Results !
56 l-5secs'(club record).
Boys' Half-Mile : K. Van Pelt 1, It.
Arnold 2, B. Vincent! 3. Time. 1.4
X~5SCCR»
ders 2, E. Coombes 3. " Time, 2.5 3-5.
Junior Three-Quarter Mile : M. Gril
lett 1, R., Robins 2, R. Harris 3. Time,
15 R-5secs. (last furlong only).
371-5secs. -
Teams' Pursuit Relav Race : No.
Time, 4.29, '
ERN COOMBES continued his win-
were taken to the Hospital for ob-
but the time of 56 1-5 seconds was
58 4-5 seconds, which is the fastest
Results :
56 1-5secs (club record).
Boys' Half-Mile : K. Van Pelt 1, R.
Arnold 2, B. Vincent 3. Time. 1.4
1-5 secs.
ders 2, E. Coombes 3. Time, 2.5 3-5.
Junior Three-Quarter Mile : M. Gril-
lett 1, R. Robins 2, R. Harris 3. Time,
15 3-5secs. (last furlong only).
37 1-5secs. -
Teams' Pursuit Relay Race : No.
Time, 4.29.
Mr. F. J. Morphett (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 12 March 1942 page Article 2014-06-29 14:18 engineer ral^'assistahpstrperinten
^e*t;^atM*6^Sor^^Bne,^BMkeil£
: Bijif. .whose ^eath: ?; :'3ccurr'eav if 't
bently.atiaieage &f W.yearsvisupe*-;;
fyised^tjae-GpttstructioS^friJri'e^wra-^
^centTAting: mHi; ihe crianteVirduse^
-administrative ^quarters iJp; jliihaf^:
=^aseeti-^^f^JB9d^Hl^rW-^^opsri
sthraB : junA -uuiwiiu- ? at '1iHS(S(iio~-
TJ^Veratyl-ne-^was ^vew prominent _
4h-rgwlng,aJid^t PortjPirie was one 'i
Jrfi^ieafljdg^enibers^ofSierow
irrg-clubr^^r; -Mbrpheft ^wasiffie';
^Sliest :, spn;:ot Mk^. Morphett, l^bif ?
TWoddviHeV andiase^ateMr; :3oBn*!r-
?B»--^TfnrpHpt.t, Tfe' leaves A -^M»w
'Bettsfr^^r -'r*- r^sf ^ ??-?-?* ?*--? --?? ? : ?--
Pmi^ra^ixifi^tr?^:
Mr. Frederick J Morphett, chief engineer and assistant superint-
dent at the North Mine, Broken
Hill, whose death occurred re-
cently at the age of 40 years, super-
vised the construction of the con-
centrating mill, the change house,
administrative quarters No.2 shaft
erection of modern workshops,
stores and garages. At Adelaide
University he was very prominent
in rowing, and at Port Pirie was one
of the leading members of the row-
ing club. Mr.Morphett was the
eldest son of Mrs. Morphett, of
Woodville, and the late Mr. John C.
F. Morphett. He leaves a widow
Betty.
Mr.F.J.Morphett
BOWING. INTER-'VARSITY BOAT RACK. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 18 May 1912 page Article 2014-06-29 13:57 ' ÍNTER-'VARSITY BOAT RACK.
Arrangements . arc . well forward for the inter
.Varsity boat race, to be rowed on the Parramatta on
the river. Their boat will be housed at the hew
(list 21b), bow; F. 1'. Halkyard (lOst 41b), 2; H. C.
Disher (list 21b), 3; C. E. Steele (list 81b), 4; J. D.
Blair (12st 81b), 8; .1. L. Doublcday. (12st 01b), 0;
H. Rabling (12st 21b), 7; F. 11. Moran (list 31b),
Four of the above men arc rowing "bluea" of their
Unlversitj-. The crew is being coached by the well
The Sydney crew ha» been doing solid work in ita
practice boat, bnt only short work can be put in
during five «lays of the week, t aa the crew cannot
get afloat till 6.30, and there is not time to go out-
however, are devoted to long work. Tile drive is
now solid, nnd when the swing evens up, and the
handwork and recovery become taster and easier,
the boat should »how u good deal of pace.
crew showed an improvement in the m?w craft, the
ticularly when the rate of stroke ia increased. At pre-
should be made faster, and then the difficult-- will
be overcome. -~.-v
BOWING.
INTER-'VARSITY BOAT RACE.
Arrangements are well forward for the inter-
'Varsity boat race, to be rowed on the Parramatta on
the river. Their boat will be housed at the New
(11st 2lb), bow; F. P. Halkyard (10st 4lb), 2; H. C.
Disher (11st 2lb), 3; C. E. Steele (11st 8lb), 4; J. D.
Blair (12st 8lb), 5; J. L. Doubleday. (12st 6lb), 6;
H. Rabling (12st 2lb), 7; F. H. Moran (11st 3lb),
Four of the above men are rowing "blues" of their
Unlversity. The crew is being coached by the well
The Sydney crew has been doing solid work in its
practice boat, but only short work can be put in
during five days of the week, as the crew cannot
get afloat till 5.30, and there is not time to go out-
however, are devoted to long work. The drive is
now solid, and when the swing evens up, and the
handwork and recovery become faster and easier,
the boat should show a good deal of pace.
crew showed an improvement in the new craft, the
ticularly when the rate of stroke is increased. At pre-
should be made faster, and then the difficulty will
be overcome.
ROWING.
MR. E. G. BLACKMORE, C.M.G. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Wednesday 2 January 1901 page Article 2014-06-29 10:58 at tne svu-nuin; u. ihe Maori »arotyptoid;»
at Anuaku and Kanake. For these ser-
Blackmore had much to do with the orga
earnt him a high reputatino. Mr. Blackmore
the Federal Parliament
at storming of the Maori strongholds
at Ahuahu and Kaitake. For these ser-
Blackmore had much to do with the orga-
earnt him a high reputation. Mr. Blackmore
the Federal Parliament.
Newcastle Annual Regatta. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931), Saturday 6 January 1900 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2014-06-12 23:25 The Newcastle regatta was hold on Monday, the
round, tho regatta was a great success, and at the
were given for Mr. Hannoil, tho lion, secretary, and
Captain Henderson. Briefly, tho results wero ?
in working watermen's skiffs. FirBt prize, £5 ;
West. I
Etna, E. Hickey and S. M'InneB (cos., Hughes) 1
Violet, J. Ward and J. Lindatrum (cox., 2
Lindstrum) ?
Nautilus, H. Doamer and H. Gordon (cox. Brown) 3
R. Muncaster (lOaec. behind) ? 1
G. Kerr (20sec. behind) ? ????? 2
A. Proctor (scratch) ? ? ? 3
undor canvas (handicap). — First prize, £20 ;
second, £3 ; third, £2 (presented by Messrs. j
Washington H. Soul and Co.) I
Federal, F. Herbert (lmin.) ? 1
Stella II, W. Reid (scratch) ? 2
Australian, C. Webb (lmin.) ? ? ? ? ? 3
been employed regularly in net'fiahing on the
Evo, 22ft. G. Deamer (scratch) ? ? ? 1
Arielen, 22ft, W. Ross (2min.)...; ? ? 2
Dreadnought, 22ft. D, Rosa (lmin.) ? ? 3
Naval Brigade, Williams' crew ? 1
Naval Brigade, Leslie's crew ? ? ? 2
Champion Jubilee Cup, nil-comers' single scnlls
(beat boats handicap).— First prize, £26 5a,
with cup valued £3 3b, presented by Messrs.
Potter and Co. ; second, £4; third,' £2.
C. Towns (20see. behind) ? 1
R. Tressider (40aec. behind) ? 2
H. Pearce (40sec. behind) ? 3
Other startera: T. Muncaster scratch, C. Croese
15sec. behind, N. Pellman 20sec. behind, E. ManB
Bishop 30aec. behind. Worboys capsized, but this
probably did not interfere with the result, aB Towns
like beada.
Waterman's Skiffs, under working aailR ; that have
Nellie, W. lrelevan (ajimn), ? a |
Bridena, W. Trelevan (scratch) ? ? ? 2
Airlie, R, M'Cracken (2min) ? ? ? ? 3
The Jubilee' Gift (Water Brigade Race, boats not '
exceeding 28 feet, four pair bcuIIb). — First
Gratton No. 1 Crew, Mr. Farthing s boat, G.
Brindle ; 25lb ? ? 1
East Maitland No. 1 Crew, Mr. Call en's boat, H.
M'Fadyen, A. Jury, J. Bird, W. H. Towns ;
cox, M'Fadyen; 251b ? 2
West Maitland No. 2 Crew, Mr. Aubrey's boot,
R. Brown, H. Shoeamith, H. Morris, Pat
WeBfc Maitland No. 1 Crew, L. Lethbridge, F.
cox, G. Stephens; feather ? 1
F. Fullford, J. Webb, C. Buasell, W. Bogan ;
cox, Sharp ; 25Ibs ? 2
Grafton No. 2 Crew, Mr. Callen's boat, J. Green
away, J. O'Snllivan, K. Chaseman, H.
Voetnn; cox, Crightonj 251bs. ...... ........... 3
Grafton No. 1 Crew ? ; ? 1
West Maitland No. 1 Crew ? 2
East Maitland ? ? 3
West Maitland No. 3 Crew ? ...I ? ? 4
FirBt Heat.
The Newcastle regatta was held on Monday, the
round, the regatta was a great success, and at the
were given for Mr. Hannell, the hon, secretary, and
Captain Henderson. Briefly, the results were :--
in working watermen's skiffs. First prize, £5 ;
West.
Etna, E. Hickey and S. McInnes (cox., Hughes) 1
Violet, J. Ward and J. Lindstrum (cox., 2
Lindstrum)
Nautilus, H. Deamer and H. Gordon (cox. Brown) 3
R. Muncaster (10sec. behind) 1
G. Kerr (20sec. behind) 2
A. Proctor (scratch) 3
under canvas (handicap). — First prize, £20 ;
second, £3 ; third, £2 (presented by Messrs.
Washington H. Soul and Co.)
Federal, F. Herbert (1min.) 1
Stella II, W. Reid (scratch) 2
Australian, C. Webb (1min.) 3
been employed regularly in net fishing on the
Eva, 22ft. G. Deamer (scratch) 1
Arielen, 22ft, W. Ross (2min.)... 2
Dreadnought, 22ft. D, Rosa (1min.) 3
Naval Brigade, Williams' crew 1
Naval Brigade, Leslie's crew 2
Champion Jubilee Cup, all-comers' single sculls
(best boats handicap).— First prize, £26 5s,
with cup valued £3 3s, presented by Messrs.
Potter and Co. ; second, £4; third, £2.
C. Towns (20sec. behind) 1
R. Tressider (40sec. behind) 2
H. Pearce (40sec. behind) 3
Other starters: T. Muncaster scratch, C. Croese
15sec. behind, N. Pellman 20sec. behind, E. Mans-
Bishop 30sec. behind. Worboys capsized, but this
probably did not interfere with the result, as Towns
like beads.
Waterman's Skiffs, under working sails ; that have
Nellie, W. Trelevan (2½min), 1
Bridena, W. Trelevan (scratch) 2
Airlie, R. McCracken (2min) 3
The Jubilee' Gift (Water Brigade Race, boats not
exceeding 28 feet, four pair sculls). — First
Grafton No. 1 Crew, Mr. Farthing's boat, G.
Brindle ; 25lb 1
East Maitland No. 1 Crew, Mr. Callen's boat, H.
McFadyen, A. Jury, J. Bird, W. H. Towns ;
cox, McFadyen; 25lb 2
West Maitland No. 2 Crew, Mr. Aubrey's boat,
R. Brown, H. Shoesmith, H. Morris, Pat-
West Maitland No. 1 Crew, L. Lethbridge, F.
cox, G. Stephens; feather 1
F. Fullford, J. Webb, C. Bussell, W. Bogan ;
cox, Sharp ; 25lbs 2
Grafton No. 2 Crew, Mr. Callen's boat, J. Green-
away, J. O'Sullivan, K. Chaseman, H.
Voetun; cox, Crighton ; 25lbs. ...... ........... 3
Grafton No. 1 Crew 1
West Maitland No. 1 Crew 2
East Maitland 3
West Maitland No. 3 Crew 4
First Heat.
Sporting. NEWCASTLE REGATTA. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 6 January 1900 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2014-06-12 13:39 At tho above regatta the weather was fine,
East Maitland . :¡
West Mnitlend No. 8. 4
tho win of tho Graf ton men was very popular.
to show to tho front, followed by West Maitland
No. 1, East Maitland, and West No. 8, in this
raco was the prettiest ever ?witnessed in tho
harbonr. Before the end of the dyke was reached
West Maitlandors made a bold effort when op
posite the steamers' wharf, but the Graftoniaus
lengths away, and West Maitland No. 4 hope
matters decidedly uncomfortable for tho scul
with each pther. Then Graf ton began to draw
away. At about midway, they had gained a lead .
of a couple of lengths, when No, 8 lost one of
their task, however, and in spite of their dis
advantage kept in front by dint of hurd delving.
The Maitland men got up to within hnlf-a-length.
of them, but it was only on sufferance, for tho
Northern mun put in a splendid spurt and shot
M. Wicks, H. Hallett. AV. Zietsch, with Ricbnrd..
Brindle, sen., coxswain. The flrstprize was £20,
and carried with it thu championship of Volun
ont of fonr somewhat similar contests. West
Maitland defeating them at Newcastle lost year.
Shorting.
At the above regatta the weather was fine,
East Maitland . 3
West Maitland No. 3. 4
the win of the Grafton men was very popular.
to show to the front, followed by West Maitland
No. 1, East Maitland, and West No. 3, in this
race was the prettiest ever witnessed in the
harbour. Before the end of the dyke was reached
West Maitlanders made a bold effort when op-
posite the steamers' wharf, but the Graftonians
lengths away, and West Maitland No. 4 hope-
matters decidedly uncomfortable for the scul-
with each pther. Then Grafton began to draw
away. At about midway, they had gained a lead
of a couple of lengths, when No. 3 lost one of
their task, however, and in spite of their dis-
advantage kept in front by dint of huad delving.
The Maitland men got up to within half-a-length
of them, but it was only on sufferance, for the
Northern men put in a splendid spurt and shot
M. Wicks, H. Hallett. W. Zietsch, with Richard.
Brindle, sen., coxswain. The flrst prize was £20,
and carried with it the championship of Volun-
out of four somewhat similar contests. West
Maitland defeating them at Newcastle last year.
Sporting.
NAGAMBIE (VIC) REGATTA. (Article), Referee (Sydney, NSW : 1886 - 1939), Wednesday 3 January 1900 page Article 2014-06-12 07:43 held on Boxiing Day, and was the most successful
yet held on the lake. Six hundred , persons ar-
followed the races. The principal results are s  
S. Slopcr (stroke) 13st; J. Morrison (bow), 13st, 2, .'
J. Dolphin; W. Heath, R. Welsh (bow). Five
Maiden Fours.— First heat : Wendouree: W.See-
held on Boxing Day, and was the most successful
yet held on the lake. Six hundred persons ar-
followed the races. The principal results are as  
S. Sloper (stroke) 13st; J. Morrison (bow), 13st. 2.
J. Dolphin, W. Heath, R. Welsh (bow). Five
Maiden Fours.— Final heat : Wendouree: W.See-
NAGAMBIE (VIC) REGATTA. (Article), Referee (Sydney, NSW : 1886 - 1939), Wednesday 3 January 1900 page Article 2014-06-12 07:40 v KAGASLBIE (VIC.) KEGATTA.' ^ /?
: The 'Xagambio iRon-ing CUrb's annual regatta waM ,
held on Boxiiif; Hay, and ^VTls -the mos-t succeffihiA
yot held on tlio lake. Six hundred , persons ai»
rived^by rail, the largest uuuvber ever thcro-ot any.
regatta, saj-s an CKChaugc.' The. vyeother was'tina'
during the niorninj;, -lint - 'rather, rough '?;
during the afternoon. Amongst the viators were '? ,
Messrs. Brown, ? Be-azley, . lkrwser, Bronriey, and
ilothven, ? JIS.L.A., Mr. 0. ,- E. Upward, and rt.h«'
represent Lives ui uiu vacu-na jiuwiDf; .?U£joc!iu.iuiua
Tiio; steam .'launches,' the Mcrriwec: and Suc(«a,';
'followed the races. The principal results are ai -
follows:—. ? .-.--I'.-i.. ;..' -..-?? / ? ??
:. Maiden Pair.— Ballaitit City: T. Porter (stroke),.
HfatrA: Oartledgo (bow), lOjt 41b, 1 ;. Seymour :
S. Slopcr (stroke) lSit; .1. -Morrison (bow), lilst, 2, .'
Ballaratdid not start. 'Time, (imin 61sec.
.' - Oaincron Tropbv.— Wolr byC. diiKue (utrokcVi '
J. Dolphin; W.' Heath^fl: Welsh (bow). Fiv« ,.
crews ' uniipotcd. - Time,- liinin Oscc. ' ? ? : ??- -....-
Maiden Fours.— l'inal lioat:- M'endourec: ^'..See- .'
ley (stroke), list: O.Andei-sou (3), .list lOjb; It.':
Slicclcy:(2),.:103t pih;1 W.-Ayuyc (bow), 0s£ 61b, 1.,''
The. .'Wehdouree 'crcrtv proved' their superiorityv and' ?
won:i)y:two'-]engtlis from 'Nagambic. ? ??-.-? ' ^.'iw
-ilaidHi- Sculls.-^.\. 'A;' Bronvn (Banks), llsti.a:
U.S. Alw3-n;(McmmiHe),:l-iit.llh ? . .
Maiden Uisht.TT-].'iniil. . heat: ' Ya'rra Yam, l'J
Mercantile, 0. The ilnisli' «^u''c!os'd'' and ctcitins.'
' Senior Kour.— Albert .Park; .lirBaliarat,- -2.-. - The ''
Park. crew won-, by two. .lengths. ;,-Tinio, -linuj .-.
22sec.' .'?,,,:-,/:/..?..?',-....? .... ,'? /' ''? . .','
NAGAMBIE (VIC.) REGATTA.
The Nagambie Rowing Club's annual regatta was
held on Boxiing Day, and was the most successful
yet held on the lake. Six hundred , persons ar-
rived by rail, the largest number ever there at any
regatta, says an exchange. The weather was fine
during the morning, but rather rough
during the afternoon. Amongst the visitors were
Messrs. Brown, Beazley, Bowser, Bromley, and
Methven, Ms.L.A., Mr. G.E. Upward, and other
representatives of the Victorian Rowing Association.
The steam launches, the Meeriwee and Success,
followed the races. The principal results are s
follows:—.
Maiden Pair.— Ballarat City: T. Porter (stroke),.
10st; A. Cartledge (bow),10st 4lb, 1 ;. Seymour :
S. Slopcr (stroke) 13st; J. Morrison (bow), 13st, 2, .'
Ballarat did not start. Time, 5min 51sec.
Cameron Trophy.— Won by C. du Fue (stroke),
J. Dolphin; W. Heath, R. Welsh (bow). Five
crews competed. - Time, 3min 6sec.
Maiden Fours.— First heat : Wendouree: W.See-
ley (stroke), 11st: G.Anderson (3), 11st 10lb; R.
Sheeley:(2),10st 6lb; W. Avaye (bow), 9st 6lb, 1 .
The Wendouree crew proved their superiority, and
won by two lengths from Nagambie.
Maiden Sculls A.A.Brown (Banks), 11st. 1 ;
H.S. Alwyn (Mercantile), 12st 4lb.
Maiden Eight . Final heat : Yarra Yarra, I;
Mercantile, 0. The finish was close and exciting. Time , 4min 4sec.
Senior Four.— Albert Park; 1; Ballarat, 2. The
Park crew won by two lengths. Time, 4 min
22sec.

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