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ROWING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

ROWING NOTES By ARGUS. The first of a series of functions to help swell the Billy McDcvitt Testimonial Fund took place under the auspices ? of the Hunter River Sculling Club, over the Mayficld course, last Saturday. A party of Sydney scullers and supporters of rowing made the trip. Occasion was taken of the function to make a rjresentation to Veteran Ben Thorouphrivwi the well-known sculler of Stockton, who has now retired, after a long and successful career, both in heavy and best boats. Mr. W. Hickey made the presentation, which took the form of a gold medal and a purse of sovereigns. He was supported by Messrs. Towns, Judd, and others, all eulogising Ben's performances as ? scalier, and wishing him good luck in the future. In. his reply, Thoroughgood, after thanking the donors, said that the handsome medal would serve to remind him of his 25 years', or more, connection with sculling and scullers. The second function in connection with the McDcvitt testimonial takes place on Octob...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LES DARCY'S FAITH IN JIM TRACEY Will Back Him for £50 Against any Heavyweight in Australia [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

LES DARCY'S FAITH IN JIM TRACEY ? Will Back Him tor £50 Against any Heavyweight in Australia Those who have watched Jim Tracey at j work with Les Darcy will agree with me that the time has arrived when Fritz Holland's crack pupil merits a battle in the best of com pany. Mr. R. L. Baker would do the right thing by straight away matching the elongated youth with Tom McMahon. Though no doubt a heavy hitter, the American is no more pun ishing in this respect than the world's cham pion, i-CS uarcy, yet uay uncr way anq lor weeks at a stretch, Tracey is able to stand up to and mix it with Darcj' without the slightest sign of quit. What other sparring partner has I ever done this with the bonny Maitiandcr ? The I latter is so deeply impressed with Tracey's showing that he is prepared to n'3k £50 on him against any heavyweight in Australia. Surely this faith of Darcy should be enough to warrant Tracey's being given a match. He has speed and science, and the fact of his being able to take it...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MATT MURPHY AND JACK READ IN A DANDY CO [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

MATT MURPHY AND JACK READ IN A DANDY GO The Stadiom was well patronised on Mon ay night, when two 20-round contests — Jack Read v. Matt Murphy and Les Widders v. Tyncke — were on the programme. The pair first, named met in July last, when Read's con tinual forcing won the verdict for him after 20 hard-fought rounds. On that occasion he weighed 93 as against Murphy's 9.13. Half a pound the lighter on Mondav nisrht. Read scaled 9.13], and looked something like his old self. For the first .five rounds he made the pace a cracker, and by vigorous in-fighting had a shade the better of matters, though a well placed right to the jaw in the second put him down for eight. From the beginnine of the sixth round Mnr phy performed as I indicated he ought to do in our last issue ; that is, he depended more on his science than on trying to make every punch a to. blow, with the result that he established himself as the plucky Read's master. He awaited his man's lead, then back-moved, and hooked a he...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. AJ. (Paddington) : In my opinion, Blackburn defeated Holmes. J.L. (Telephone) : The only contest Tom Tay lor ever won was over Sandy Ross, Junr. S.R. (Surpr Hills) : Uren and Stone have met three times ; first in Sydney, where Uren won by a wide margin ; next in Melbourne, when Stone was declared winner ; and final ly at Brisbane, where Uren received the ver dict. ?

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

S Its inimitable flavor and H mellowness bring the smack of appreciation to all who drink. THORNE'S O.H.M. 'Incomparable' ^WfflSKYj

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MATT MURPHY CHALLENGES HERB McCOY For Lightweight Championship of Australia [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

MATT MURPHY CHALLENGES HERBMcCOY For Lightweight Championship of Australia Matt Murphy writes me from Darling Point Hotel (27/9, '16): 'I hereby challenge Herb McCoy to a contest for the lightweight cham pionship of Australia. I am prepared to meet him when and where he likes under recognised championship conditions, and as a properly qualified and perfectly logical challenger, I dc- ! side to give McCoy notice that, unless this i challenge be accepted within the pre- j scribed six months allowed by the laws i eoverninc the came in Australia, it ir- my ! intention to claim the championship by default. I further demand that, as the first bona-fide ! contender to comply with all conditions in ? challenging the holder, I shall receive Hrst con sideration in any contest in which the title is I involved. Trust you will give this challenge ! the publicity in The Arrow necessary for the complete fulfilment of all conditions.' It is signed by Joe Chip as witness to the signature of Matt Mur...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

TfJhisKu Tbe ' TOP HOTCH' of Scotch. 4$j^WvM&&*Mi*e \^~* THE ^ISTILLERS COMPANY' LlMTEa I EDINBURGH. '^baReR's stadium PeiWMl Direction .. .. REO. L. BAKEH. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT WORLD'S MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. DARCY v. CHIP (Hotdtr.) ' ' (Chmllenjtr.) _ a ? i „!, p)~- Trn.nl « in flnt Prelimimrr BI1/L OOLUKS T. HERB 8ULUTA}.*, 7.45. in'l .lick froudroriTs C'astlcrcash-strcct, City. ? NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. Doom i.pcn V o'clock. Klret Tr-out. 7.13. IVo M-- rtund International Cont-*t«, Lightweights EUGENE VOLAIRE v. JACK HUMPHRIES. 8 p.m. ? Welterweights OWEN CAIRNS v. FERNAND QUENDREUX, 9 p.m. I'riccs : 0/ (n«crvccl), 2/, and 1/. WEDNESDAY STADIUM ' POP,' 8 o'clock. , Tr.1i11l.11; IMiiliitir.iH by llarrr Slone jn.J Tommy Cren -w|m mri-t iu.it Saturday tilclit). Pavp Smith and Joe Cl.lp l«lio nwi-l on O.-it.l.ir HI. awl Uiiimh-liuiiM- Himu mill Matt Mnrjiliy fwlio meet on Ortobn- C Alio two I Mvroi!i»l .on(»ila between A1J\ DAVIS an.! IIDY 'MISOIS. mid I1OII SKM....

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

AN ACQUAINTANCE DISPLAY Lever Brothers' Choice Toilet Soap We h«ve at ALL TIMES endeavored t0 FOSTER AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIES by advocating the ADVANTAGES of the BEST GOOD3 manufactured In this COUN TRY. With thlt END In view, we are holding a DEMONSTRATION of TIP-TOP TOILET SOAPS manufactured by LEVER BROTHERS. LTD., in SYDNEY, the QUEEN CITY of the SOUTH. Thl» ACQUAINTANCE DISPLAY Is taking place In a NEW LOCATION, adjoin ing th0 MAIN REFRESHMENT ROOMS of THE NEW PALACE EMPORIUM. LADY EXPERTS, trained to explain the different processes of MANUFACTURE and the correct method of using these products, are In attendance. Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices have been applied to LEVER BROTHERS' large assortment of Australian-made Soaps, as well aa other TOILET REQUISITES, cuch as HYGEIA PACE POWDER and NECTAR BATH CRYSTALS, which aro quot«d In our Departmental Catalogue, potted Free on Application. At this EXHIBITION can be teen the VARIOUS INTERESTING PROCESSES of Manufacture, from the lar...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

NIILUI. OEEBY a CO., LID. 6POIITS DEPOT AND TOIUCCONISTS, 58 CASTLEIIKAGII STURCT :. CI8ARS, CieiiffiETT£'TflSS PIPES. ETC. I YOUK OLD t'KIKND, JOE AIMDREOLI HAS OPENED A COMMODIOUS, LT-TO-DATK, 9 TABLE BILLIARD ROOM. At 07 CASTLEBEACII ST.. SYD.NKT I '. ? (Kelt Angus and Robrrtson'l and Ketr I ? ?'? - ? Tiroil Theatre). -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN UNREASONABLE POSTPONEMENT LAST WEDNESDAY'S KENSINGTON MEETING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

AN UNREASONABLE . POSTPONEMENT LAST WEDNESDAY'S KENSINGTON MEETING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY NEXT. By THE SCOUT. Why was the Kensington meeting postponed from last Wednesday to Tuesday ? This will, no doubt, be answered by the management of the club that the weather out look was not propitious, or the track in suffi ciently good order to race upon after the few light showers of the preceding nignt. The club might, however, have some difficulty in convincing many of their regular patrons, as well as the horse-owners and trainers, that tjili was an adequate reason (or the hurried postponement that was declared so early on Wednesday morning. The Kensington race course is generally recognised as the best bad weather track within the metropolitan area, and that being so, the state of the course is hardly a reason. The sandwiching of the Kensington meeting in between the second and third days of the A.J.C. Spring meeting may be highly satisfac tory from the pony club's point of view, but it |...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD FOR COLDS. Mr. John W. Doyle, Secretary of the Eight- ' hour and Labor Demonstration Comir.'Oee, Sydney, writing on July 1. 1915, said : 'It gives' me much pleasure to state I have found HEAN'S ESSENCE an exceptionally good re medy for colds. Its moderate price and rapi dity of action should make a special appeal to workers with large families. ... HEAN'S ES SENCE supplies a lone-felt want in the home.' HEAN'S ESSENCE is obtainable from Chemists and Stores. Two Shillings' worth makes one pint of finest quality Cough and Sore ' Throat remedy — as much as you can get of ordinary mixtures for 12'. — *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SOLAR PLEXUS" ON THE LES DARCY-GEORGE CHIP BATTLE Has the Australian Thoroughly Recovered from Influenza? :: Murphy to McCoy [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

'SOLAfc PLEXUS' ON THE LES DARCY-GEORGE CHIP BATTLE S-*-* «-*-* ?* ^s- . v+*v *—*$' -f*e- $»??♦ 3 ♦??♦ Has the Australian Thoroughly Recovered from Influenza? :: Murphy to McCoy Featherweight Tommy O'Brien desires to meet any 9-stoner or lightweight at the Wollon song Stadium. ' Fred Love, a returned soldier, who defeated F.otbwell in the heavyweight tournament aboard the troopship Berrima en route to the front is ? eager for a bout with any tecond-rate middle- | weight i George Oxford speaks enthusiastically of his j youthful charge, George Cook, who, he predicts, will soon be among the first-water heavies. , Vinee Blackburn is laid up with gastritis, and it will be some time before he and Holmes , will be able to meet to decide which is best fitted to meet Janesse for the Australian ban- ? Um championship. Dan Tierney was far too strong for Ern Goodwin in the second preliminary on Saturday right. The latter, however, took the contest on . at a moment's notice, and fought a game up...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DARCY AND CHIP TO-NIGHT IS THE AUSTRALIAN CRACK AT HIS BEST? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

DARCY AND CHIP TO-NIGHT — IS THE AUSTRALIAN CRACK AT HIS BEST? To-night's the night at the Sydney Stadiu.n, where about the most important midd.ewci^h: battle ever staged here is to be deciced, be tween Les Darcy. the world's middleweight champion, and George Chip, of America, ihe —an whose powerful punch laid low i-ran't | Klaus, who beat Billy Papke after the two vanquished men had proved too good for th: present champion heavyweight of Eur»pe, (jeorges Carpentier, and who comes heie heralded as the man most likely to stop our boy's march. Will he do it ? Were a referenflum to be taken, a regular six o'clock majority in favor of No would be recorded. But I would advise my readers to have a care, for Darcy on two days last week was so bad with a heavy cold that he had perforce to take to his bed, and, although he has since shaken off the trouble, and, to judge by exhibi tion bouts with Jim Traccy. seems to have re gained his strength and speed, it must be borne in mind that he is m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

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LATEST BETTING EPSOM [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

LATEST BETflNG EPSOM The rain has had the effect of knocking; Woo rak back considerably in the Epsom market, in which Blague and Polycrates are joint favorites, with Merimee next. Then come Cetigne and Panacre, followed by Costello and Woorak, while after a fair gap come Colugo. Clyduide, Garlin, Quarale, and Sydian ; and another good margin teparatts that bunch from Secret Ser vice and Three Star. WOLAROI STILL ON TOP. Kilboy has been steadily hardening through out the week, but is hardly equal favorite with Wolaroi for the Deny. Thana has dropped back a shade, and is followed in order by Bucklaw, Eastcourt, Stageland, Mudros, and Irish Comedy. THE METROPOLITAN. A fairly liberal offer is on quote for the Met ropolitan, with Bee. Cyklon, and Wallace Isin glacs riisputine the honors a little shorter than Cagou, Cetigne, Kingsburgh, Prince Bardolph, and William the Silent. Next in order come Pintarle, Gadabout, and Polycrates, together, with Costello, Karanaud King, ' Pretty Cobby, an...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTPONEMENT NOT CONSIDERED UNTIL THIS MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

POSTPONEMENT NOT CONSIDERED UNTIL THIS MORNING. Despite the freely-expressed opinion that the A.J.C. would yesterday consider the advisabi lity of postponing to-day's races, it was stated oHcially that no consideration would be given the matter until this (Saturday) morning. Available for mounts at the meeting is a young Queenslander with excellent cre- dentlals in Arthur Davis. He can go to scale at 6.12, and although so light is a good, strong boy. He rode nine winners in the fortnight before he left Brisbane.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARLOS FANNING WILL TACKLE LLEW EDWARDS Lightweights over Twenty Rounds In Melbourne To-night [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

ARLOS FANNING WILL TACKLE LLEW EDWARDS Lightweights over Twenty Rounds In Melbourne To-night Arlos Fanninj. the American lightweight, who says that he is able to box at his best at the featherweight limit, is to meet Llew Ed- ? wards at the Melbourne Stadium to-night. To ! judge by their performances against Bert Sparge, they arc likely to provide a most in teresting encounter. On May 6, after being behind on points. Edwards knocked out Spargo in the 14th round; and in August Fanning out- | pointed Spargo in 20 rounds; so that if the lull number of rounds be coi-plcted. Fanning would ! appear to be the more likely to win on points. I As we have not seen him in action in Sydney, ! I cannot co any further in expressing an opinion on this battle. ;

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CORPORAL STEAD FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

THE CORPORAL STEAD FUND. j Subscriptions for the Corporal Stead fund are ] coming in much too slowly, and I would be obliged if those who intend helping during the next three weeks se.nd their contributions to Corona, Old South Head-road. Bondi, where for the period mentioned I will spend my an- ] nual three weeks' holiday. j To date the amount received is £14 15', made up as follows: Messrs. Percy Lyons 10.', Les Darcy 10/, Arthur Scott 5/. A. Short 2/6, Tommv Hanley 10/. Wally Weekes 10/, Driver Jack Warner 5/, Driver Jerdan 2/6, Driver Bain 2/6, Driver Westwood 2/6. Driver Laroble 2/6. Driver Johnson 2/6 (all of the Army Ser vice). Messrs. H. Mitchell 5/. Mick Hayes 2/6, Roy Du Plesis 2/6 and my own contribution of 10/, a total of £4/17/6, which, with £10/10/ pfeviously acknowledged, nukes the amount £14/17/6. Just as I write a postal note of 5/ comes from that sterling little man and boxer, Fred Fitisimmons, of Newcastle, so that we now have £15/2/6 — £9/17/6 short of the amount...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"REGIO. THE BEST OF PALS." [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

'REGIO, THE BEST OF PALS.' The following manly and touching letter comes from Freddie Dawes: — 'On reading your notes in last week's Arrow, I was struck with deep sorrow for my old opponent and comrade, Regio (Reg Paton). Although we fought four hard contests we were the best of pals, and a fairer man I never wish to meet. When war broke out we decided to go away together. After being some months over the other side I was struck down with empyema, and had to be invalided home. Poor Reg was. about the last one of my company I saw before I left for home. I offer my sincere sympathy to his mother, wife, and child in their great loss. I may state that Reg's father-in-law was also one of our company. *]D3OOdd0 SB 3IOOQ 33.IO3Q qjlil '91 J3qo) -do no smeS sql jajua-sj him. uosduioijx IV Harry Stone and Tommy Uren will meet for the fourth time next Saturday at 10.7 ringside. Bill Collins should have his hands full in the preliminary to-night opposed to Herb Sullivan, who seems to be boxing...

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