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TWO-YEAR-OLD TRIALS UNDER SILK NOTHING SENSATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

TWO-YEAR-OLD TRIALS UNDER SILK NOTHING SENSATIONAL. As is customary, the two-year-olds were given a trial at Randwick on Thursday morn ing with the colors up. A good numbcr_of_ owners were oresent and the A.I.C. starter. Mr. H. Mackellar, despatched them from the five furlongs post. Ten lots were sent away, but nothing sensational was done, all of them having their shoes on. The first lot comprised 13 runners, and Prince Mintberry, by Prince Foote— Mintberry (imp.), won from Percolator and Prince Marsyas. Time, lmin 4Jscc. W. Kelso supplied the first three in the second division, the Malstcr colt Astrologer beating his eight companions in lmin 43scc. Pretty Cool, by Cooltrim (imp.), defeated nine others in the next batch in lmin 4Jsec. The fourth division was headed by Manna, by Varco (imp.)— Mango, who won by several lengths from nine others in lmin 4Jsec. Bronzetti, by Bronzino (imp.)— Daisy Chain, got home by a length from eight others in the lifth heat in lmin 44scc. The Earlsto...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREPARING FOR THE EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN Hawkesbury Races:: Victoria Park Trots :: Turf in Other States: TO-DAY'S PROSPECTS AT HAWKESBURY SPRING CANDIDATES TO RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

PREPARING FOR THE EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN Hawkesbury Races :: Victoria Park Trots :: Turf in Other States : : By Tulkeroo TO-DAY'S PROSPECTS AT HAWKESBURY ? SPRING CANDIDATES TO RUN. Hawkesbury, the rendezvous of many notables in olden days, will be the scene of action for metropolitan racegoers to-day, when the prin cipal events will be the Hawkesbury Guineas, Spring Handicap and Rowley Mile. The first race is timed to start at 2.15, and special trains will leave the Central Station at 11. 11.27, 11.56. 12.20. 12.27. and 12.56. This meeting will afford followers of the name their last opportunity of assessing pros pects for the Spring carnival which opens at Randwick next Saturday, while another fea ture of the function will be the allocation of profits for the War Chest Fund. Though there is only a five event card for' consideration, the fields arc likely to embrace several carnival possibilities, especially those for the Rowley Kile and the Spring Handi cap. The programme will com...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

I C The first favorite in | | both France and Eng- * | land. From the reign jjj I of George I. to George £ | V., Marteli's has been p | supreme. Try it. ¥

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

SAILING By TOM CRINGLE. Racing amongst the IE-footers, under best ?nd best conditions, will commence to day. Two heats and a final will be held over the Clark Island - Taylor Bay - Shirk Island rojr£e. Owing to the time limit for fin'shins Icing 6 o'clock, the race will start promptly at 3.30 p.n. The steamer Korcc ii idviriucd to leave Fort Macquarie at 3.5 p.m . v.h 1; the Kulgna will depart five minute.' later. Ilie net proceeds will be given to the Soldiers' Re patriation Fund. Competing boats in first heat arc : Enid (J. M. Firth) and Acme (G. Hones). 31min ; Quibrce (O. Taylor), 3min : Mississippi (R. Budnick), 2n-.in 45sec ; MerJin (A. to. Mer rington). 2min ISsec ; Ethel (A. Roirick), Goldina (R. Bcashcil). and Scot (J. Smi:h), ??Ssec ; Australian (Chris. Wecb), and Kismet (W. Dunn) scr. Second heat : Pastime (S. Rkhardsun), 2min 3Csec ; Dcsdcmona (A. C. Roberts) and Swastika (P.Harry). 2min 15sec; Vision (J. T. Robinson ten.). 2rr.in ; Advance (H. E. Thompson) and Rosetta (...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF REGIO (REGINALD PAYTEN) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

DEATH OF REGIO 'REGINALD PAYTEN) The saddest news I have received for many a day came on Thursday, when Mr. Jack Munro Mated that a cable had been received telling of the death of Reginald Payten (Rc cio). Our brave little friend, whose wonder ful pluck in the ring and on the battlefield, ?vhose jovial disposition and manliness en deared him to everyone with whom he came in contact ii gone. I now tender my sincerest sympathy to his moiner. wno will De Borne up ] by the knowledge that her loving boy died a hero's death. Often have these lines come to mind when thinking of Regio : 'It is easy enough to be pleasant enough When life joes along like a song ; Gut the man worth while is the one who wil! smile When everything goes dead, wronj.' Socli a one war, he. His was a brave hear: that saw comedy in the greatest of disappoint ments. Prior to leaving for the front, he was a con stant visitor to my den. and by his merriaesi and quaint sayings kept his brother 'boxers pre sent in a choru...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

EDGAR J. RICE SrOHTS' DETOT, FITZ-EVAN CHAMBEBS, {S CASTLEnEAGH SI1., OIT. M0011E ST., SYDNEY. AYIIK'B 1M0 CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS BALLS. l!)J PKM IXliXS. ayhe's 1918 chaupiossuip tennis balls, ul veb dozen. SOCCER SPORTS GROUND TO-DAY stsught cit cuAwno.Nsnir. . « ' ' ? . Awnssioy, «d. ? j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UREN AND STONE AT BRISBANE TO-NIGHT To Decide the Rubber, Each Having Had a Win [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

UREN AND STONE AT BRISBANE TO-NIGHT To Decide the Rubber, Each Having Had a Win Voli'ile Harry S:on= is to meet Australia's veltcr Lhsrr.pion. Tommy Uren. a; Brisbane to night, to decide the r.ib'.'cr. as a win stands to eacii in ihcir two ,ircviotis contests. Their first meeting ?-??'.?: s in Sydney or. Easter Monday nigh:. w!icn llrsn won ' on point?. Stone bcinr. unab'c :o io himself thorough jus tice owing 10 ;h- f.u : that hut iwo night-.; prc^'r^ui-iy nc nau wavcrsca ipc lull jn'irne ' with Herb McCov. A ir.on'.h later, a; Mci' hourne. Stcnc -.vis declared vvir.ner over Uren. and 10-r.iqln tliev wiil io.iipl:tc the circuit at the Brisbane Stadk'-r.. When Urcn rcf.irnc.l from Melbourne ht complained bif.erly of the decision, hut having done likewise after licinc clearly outpointed bv Ho'laiid in their fir-s' match, and later on by ' a wider mar;ir. still b;- Kiy. I attached no significance to the fact. But there were many . others who were also of the opinion that the rcicrce h...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER NOTES WOUNDED FOOTBALLER-ANZAC REJOINS THE COLORS TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. SUNLIGHT CHALLENGE CUP. Second Round. Ba[?] v. Balmain Ki[?] Sports Ground, 1.43. Semi-final Round. Balmain Fe[?] v. Sunllght, Sports Ground, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

SOCCER NOTES WOUNDED FOOTBALLER-ANZAC REJOINS THE COLORS By VOLUNTEER. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. '. SUMJGBT CHALLENGE CUP. : Second Round, i Bilmiln t. B«lmifa Kiiora, SporU Ground, 1.15. Eenii-ftnil Rousd. BiUmln Fcr&lclch t. Sunlijit, Sport! around, 3.U. Hats off to Jimmy Turnbull, North Sydney's captain. Just after the advent of the war he heard the call and joined up. Alter a lengthy terms of service on the Peninsula he received a bullet wound in the neck, and was invalided home and subsequently discharged from the forces in the early part of this year.- His at tachment to the soccer game would not per mit of his being idle, so he entered into the service of the game as a referee, but after a week or so of whistling he joined up with his old North Sydney Club and steered the club through the competition. The Prime Minister's appeal for more men was taken to heart by the irrisJstiblc James, who again faced the enrol ling officer. 'Accepted.' signified this official, so once more...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRED KAY WILL TACKLE ARTIE MAGIRL IN MELBOURNE Will Kay Demonstrate that Magirl is Not Quite so Good as His Dave Smith Victory Implies ? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

FRED KAY WILL TACKLE ARTIE MAGIRL IN MELBOURNE Will Kay Demonstrate that Magirl is Not Quite so Good as His Dave Smith Victory Implies ? Ar: Macir!. wh? was r.:;cli a -urpri'c pa:::c. .or Dave Mr.iih. v/l'orr. he dei«t:r. b/ the »!or: i'ii: r5Ltc :'n i.^c 12th rc-.ind. is i-- :rake liX :e.-cn;! Australian appearance to-night at the MeiljO'.MTc stadium. .*na:mt c:r middleweight, clidirpicn. Vrcd Ka;-. A: r'rst 5 l.»n«. it u-m:|d seem :h.-.: t!ic Ameri can'; -hcrt hall-arr:: jolts st clnse quarters, and hi:, u.-idoubicd l:n.---.v!edge of this kind of milling, mi-ht crack up thr fracile Kay. But I am inc::reJ to :hc brliel that Kay 3 cleverness in attack and defence will enable him to see the ful! journ?y through with the balance of points or. hi, side. It rr..-1-,- strike some as hcint .1 bad match on :!ic ycorc of the American':! superiority, but Magir! i.- perhaps not quite as good as his un equivocal victory over D.ive Smith would indi cate: as Smith on the nis'nt was not nearly at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST OF THURSDAY MATINEE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

LAST OF THURSDAY MATINEE A large crowd attended at the Stadium on i Thursday afternoon, when the last of the tnati | nee performances was staged. Read and Sergeant Carpenter set the ball rolling with three very willing rounds. George Caip punched the heavy bag, ably assisted by the youthful Jimmy Dime and his auxiliary left, which is a hollow leathern tube-like appliance which fits on the arm, giving that weapon a lengthy and war-like appearance. Georgo blocked, or in other ways evaded the prods and swings made by this affair, and walloped the bag in great style, giving evidence of the might behind his Dunches. Les Darcy showed greater speed, science and punching power than ever against Jim Tracey. Tom McMahon and Joe Chip went willingly enough over three rounds, and the big fellow at times was fast and clever. Les O'Donncll and O'Neill really fought their exhibition bout. I have never seen the former so forceful as on this occasion. Henri Tyncke was lenient in opposition to Jack Su...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SOLAR PLEXUS" AMONG THE BOXERS:: DARCY-CHIP Tom McMahon to Make First Appearance:: Regio's Death :: Among the Smaller Fry [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

? '* ? -i. j-jlxj -?v.n.-.nVMt . CAM tVlM)1, M'iflTi.HDlVIt -iO. IXHv. 'solar plexus'Tamong THElioxiis™r 'TSarcySip Tom McMahon to Make First Appearance :: Regio's Death :: Among the Smaller Fry j Fernand Quendreux expressed a keen desire to meet Urcn for the welterweight champion ship, a title once held by the Frenchman, who lost it to Fred Kay. A Qucndreux-Uren con test at Brisbane would be attractive. Speciil arrangements are being made {or Melbourne Cup nisht in Melbourne, with Darcy, Clabby, ana Edwards as the main draw cards. Bert Spargo refuses to accept a challenge from Tommy Ryan until the latter has done something. Not bad .' Why, Tommy has done ten times more than the little Victorian had when he c°t his first chance in tVic best com pany. Babe Picato's next opponent is to be Bert Spargo, at Melbourne, on October 7. and if successful Picato will meet Llew Edwards. A! Thompson, after an enforced retirement of over four years through sickness, reports that he has thoroughly...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY LEAGUE GOSSIP NEWTOWN CARNIVAL TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

RUGBY LEAGUE GOSSIP ? NEWTOWN CARNIVAL TO-DAY. The Newtown Rugby League Club will hold a grand fancy dress carnival this afternoon in aid of the widow and family of the late Cor poral H. T. Bolt, who was killed in action. A procession of players will leave Erekineville Oval at 2 o'clock, and after parading the main i streets of the district will return and take part I in the games. The St. Peters section has given some of the finest players to the Newtown Club. Start ing with jack Barnett thirteen years ago, the Bines subsequently gained Boxer Russell, Percy Bolt (an elder brother of the dead soldier), W. H. Hayes, the brothers Gillroy, F. T. Talbot (also in khaki), A. Campbell (somewhere in France), J. Mogan, and other very capable footballers. The duty therefore devolves on all Newtown enthusiasts, past and present, to make to-day's gathering at Erskincville a record one. The Eastern Suburbs-Balmain Juniors' chal lenge match, at Birchgrove, to-day in aid of the Balmain Hospital, i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

BOXING ANSWERS. PERPLEXED (Hayraarket) : I regard Darcy as the middleweight champion of the world. TO SETTLE A BET (Sydney) : Farnan beat Jackson once, in Melbourne. He -had the latter beaten in their second meeting, in Sydney, when the ring was rushed and the referee called it a draw. OLD TIM FAN (Waterloo) : (1) Griffo de feated BiHy Murphy for the world's feather weight championship, the latter naving won the title from Spider Weir. (2) The Griffo Marshall contests were not for the title, each being overweight in the first encounter, and though Marshall made 9st Griffo was again overweight in their second bout.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PLACING THE GAME." [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

\%% ' ' 'PLACING THE GAME.' ; Sir, — Replying to Mr. Len. Alexander's letter ,' asf-president of Paddington F.C. As the case is «'h judice, I prefer not to discuss the fact - of a Sydney Club player having been reported ' to the League. An excerpt from his letter: — I 'As regards Paddington ringing in players j without clearance in the match on An gust 25, ! they did no more than other dubs (Sydney in cluded) would have done. Anyhow they played ,- tnem unoer cneir correct names. 'tie who excuses himself accuses himself.' Mr. Alex ander conclnded by asking me to 'play the game.' That I have always done, and always ? intend to do; but the ringing-in confessed to by their president as committed by the Pad . dington Club on August 26, isn't 'playing the came.'— Yours etc., ? ? J. NAYLOB. fV- .« : ;: ~ Hon. Treas. Sydney Football Club. C. Holliday and A. W. Topen, of Newtown Club, have enlisted for active service. The dub's honor roll now reaches 62 members.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

MCMILLAN, DEERY & CO., LTD. EPCBXS DEPOT AKD TOBACCONISTS, S3 CASTLEREAOH STREET (Opp. Hotel AtntralU). CIBARS, CL6ABETTES, TOBACCO, PifES. ETC. YOUR OLD FBIESD, I JOE ANDREOLI HAS OPENED A COMMODIOUS, UP-TO-DATE, 9 TABLE BILLIARD ROOM. At VI CASTLEREAGB ST.. BYDNET (Next Angui and Robertson'* And Kear ? TiToll TbtatrQ. ? BILLIARDS. B1LLIABDS. F. SMITH (Clumpion of SAW.) ?« W. ABOTOMEY (Winner Ciry TatTl Toumuntnt from owes 600), £H ASIDE. 4500 VI'. £23 ASIDE. MONDAY NEAT, U5th '.a 30tb, ?'-? At RF.IRON and SMITH'S TOURNAMENT nALU liSfl CJcorge-strrM. ADMISSION'. 21 and 1.'.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL. To-Day— Agricultural Ground. ;'$i-' CHALLENGE I'INAL CAME FOR ,;j~ ' 7?v?'- LEACff pBEIHfc'RSHlT. 'f BALMAIN v. PA DD1NGTON, 3 p.m ? fOAL-KICKIsa COMPETITION, M5 p.m. ' ?VXf ADMISSION. 'jM.~ STAND, M. ?', ?' ?'?' '?-'yS?* ? Hon. Sec, S.S.W. Football Irfjfuc,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
L O'DONNELL v. T. McMAHON Heavyweights at Sydney Stadium To-night [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

L. O'DONNELL v. T. McMAHON Heavyweights at Sydney Stadium To-night I That to be decided at the Stadium to night is to be one of the comparatively few international heavyweight contests brough* off there. The visitor, Tom McMahon. on:e laced the present world's champion, Jess Wil lard, and is rated high among the white hope; cf America. The Australian is the btiliiau:. yet unfortunate mid-heavyweight. Lei O'Do.i nell. who. they tell me. has got rid of t;ic rheumatic pains in hiis shoulders and broien rizni nanu — ailments which prevented him from developing into the great boxer his earl/ : efforts suggested. We are promised a t:e-v ; O'Donnell this time, and in that case he n ? likely to make Tom McMahon go some. There ( was nothing wrong with the O'D. who foujht ' Les Darcy, and that form will 6uit the lans. It would not be fair to give a straight-out tip as to the result. O'Donncll. we know 'o bt faster and cleverer than the averare big man. He is also tough and game to the last ti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY BOXER IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

\ SYDNEY BOXER IN LONDON Gordon Coghill has evidently received les sons in 'bull' throwing from our old friend Jack Kearns. Read the following from the Sporting Life: 'I had a chat with Lieut Gor don C. Coghill. of the Australian Imperial Force, the other evening. . He is in this coun try, awaiting the call to France. Standing 6ft 2Jin, and weighing 13st, he is so splendidly pro portioned that one loses Bight of his great sire. Twice winner of the heavyweight amateur championship of Australia, Lieut. Coghill after wards turned pro., and won several fights, by the- knockout, without experiencing one defeat. ' The young Australian, who for a period Was one of Tommy Burns' sparring partners when the latter was champion, is just dying to have a. cut at some of our heavyweights. He saw ' Bomb Wells in action on Monday night at the N.S.C., and expressed admiration of the Eng . Jishman's style and methods. Coghill is sure he would render a good account of himself ; against Wells, and I bel...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

A CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR. An English motor driver, who has given .his services gratis to the French since the outbreak of the war, tells this story of a mute and. con- scientious objector: 'I saw a big shell dropped into Verdun, rico chet from the cobbles on a steep hill, bound its way down the hill through a wall, down a.little cliff, and then stop in the gutter, whence it -was rescued by a couple of poilus, who carricdut-a hundred yards and dropped it once on the way. The charge was alright, but — it must have-.been a conscientious objector. You meet them even in Verdun.' The grand operatic stara are not experts. in kissing. Any flapper can tell you that. The boys^f the Sydney Grammar School of a. few year3 back are fighting like tigers against the Germans, and many of them, ore giving their all, for the roll of honor is a bril liant one. The boys of the School of to-day are keeping up the traditions, for they are -the. cocks of the walk in cricket, football, and ath letics. They ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANGRY AND ACIDDOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

ANGRY AND ACIDUOUS. Wife (with newspaper) : 'It says here that men grow bald because of the intense activity of their brains.' Hubby: 'Exactly! And women have no whiskers because of the intense activity of their chins.' Herr von Stinking-fish: 'Germany did. not want this war.' Signor Rockostro: 'No; Germany wanted a war in which she could be in Paris in two weeks and in London two weeks later. She did not want THIS war. Oh. dear, No I'

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