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BUILDING A SOLDIER'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
BUILDING A SOLDIER'S HOME. 1 he following members of the Cyclists' Union were present at French's Forest, accompanied by a number of friends, on Sunday — S. Burten shaw, A. Craig, Theo. O'Halloran, R. W. Web ber. W. Stevens, B. Hannan, W. Robertson, J. Brown. Ted Pearson, C. C. Hooper, F. Kahen bach, F. Parkin, W. Grist, J. Inglis, L New land, A. Hensley, A. Young, three brothers Connington, J.- Shaw, W. Winton, and veteran Bill Atkinson. Ted Pearson has a liking for a particular mattock, and, in order to be sure of getting it, he wa3 on the job at 6J0 a.m., having ridden from Drummoyne. Veteran Bill Atkinson, of Enfield-Burwood, who is in charge of the building operations. Is another glutton for work. He rode from Er.field with his kit of tools on his back.. What a lesson for some of the younger riders who i'.ay away ! Rain interfered slightly with the ?vork on Sunday, though Rood progress was made, and another competitor has appeared in the field for Mr. Lou Schachtel's medal (no ...
THE CYCLIST EVENTS FOR THIS AFTERNOON AND MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
THE CYCLIST EVENTS FOR THIS AFTERNOON AND MONDAY By BEDE CARROLL. | The Ashfleld and Central Cumberland Clubs are to combine again this afternoon, and race at Pratten Park. Two handicaps, over one mile and two miles, and a five miles scratch race, are to be. contested. The tirnt heat i3 timed for 2.45 sharp. The Enfield-Burwood Club riders will also race at Pratten Park this afternoon, in two handicaps and a scratch race, so that a gn'jd afternoon's sport is promised. The handicaps for the Cumberland rider* in to-day's combined events arc as follow, the distances being one and two miles :— J. L. Mul lins, 20yds and 35yds; S. Guymer, 40, 70; J. N. Doody, 55, 100; W. Cotterill. 65, 110; F. Ken nedy, R. J. Black, and F. Watson^ 70 130; H. E. Hordcr, 80, 150; H. J. Cassidy, 95, 170; J. Bellamy. J. W. Quiglcy, and E. E. Sells, 105, 195; J. Keppie. 125. 235; P.. Macadam and F. Wallace, 130, 250; G. Shephcrdson and B. Gam brill. 145. 260; W. Sells and C. Sells. 150. 275; G. Guymer, 155, 28...
MONDAY'S RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
MONDAY'S RACING. As usual, cycling events will be the feature of the Eight-Hours' sports on the Agricultural Ground on Monday. Riders t!iould be on the ground early, as the first race is listed for 11 o'clock. This meeting opens the track racing season, with both the League and the Cyclists' Union, and while the professional governing body will have several meetings under its auspices to follow, the Cyclists' Union will not sanction any further open racing while the war is on. The amateur season will, thertfore, both open and close its season on the one day. Monday's racing, providing the Show Ground track is anything like good, should be very interesting. The League men have handicaps over one mile and two miles, each in four heats and a final, and a five miles scratch race. The priie-money for the two miles is £50. George Horder is virtual scratch man with 30yds in tbe mile and 50yds in the two miles, giving away starts up to 200yds in the former, and 350yds in the latter. He is r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
SAILING - 18 FOOTERS. RACE TODAY (SATURDAY). ? TWO IIKATS AND. KINAU it ENTRIES. Kv.lncy Flying Squadron and Hydnov Sailing flub. FtMnurs Kt/'MJOA mid KOIIKK ' folio*, lcavinir STKPIIKN-ST. 2.30. POINT-ST ±2j, DAI!I,tXr;-ST. °.-5, FORT MACQUARUK 3.5 anrl :l.!0. i«||;he CLARK LSI.AXD, whore race may be viewed from iUrt to 0ni&li.. Udia (Sd, Centleraen V. . [
BOWLS GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
[?] BMWfCorbette This is the season of annual general mtc:- . :ncs. Soon the cry of the bowler, never any thing near silent from one end of the je«ir j to the other, will be loud i:i the bud. He !n3 ; cmcrjed from his partial hibernation .stronger lhan ever before, and giving the lie to liie pessimism of the man who professes to see sui: ; deterioration in. and ultimate early burial o:\ the game in the fact that the bowler gcnerilly . will not listen to the suggestion of diftrici ? bowls. This in face of what history proves. : The game has lived and thrived hundreds of years, and battled down Acts ot Psrliair.em ;nd prejudices innumerable. ' Twenty-four years have pjs.'ed since Mr. | Wat. Goddard. having, with n few others, l-ro- j ien away from the late Mr. Hcay's o'.d New town Club, stepped those Ions-hop steps in tile , University Park, which indicated how mud ; off that extensive patch those in quest of n i new bowling home required. Victoria Park Club, started in that casy-coir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
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BIRCHGROVE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
BIRCHGROVE CLUB. The opening club race has been arranged for to-day, and takes the form of an invita tion race. The start will take place at 3 p.m. The following entries have been received : Maori (W. Dcmpsey), Dorecn .(A. Hayden), Ivy (R. Crawford), Our Tom (T. Barnett), Enid (B. Stafford). Native (E. De Wall), Isobel' (A. McDougall), Unique (C. Gooufl), N'ue (W. Reed), Linda (F. Solomon). Iona (S. Moore). Rene (J. Gal'asher), Sydney (C. Weil'lerburn), Petrel (S. Burns). At a meeting of the club on the 27th Inst. it was decided to make presentations to Messrs. N. Irwin (former aecretary) and C. Cox (member of executive), who are shortly le?ving for the front. ? .
SAILING EIGHTEEN-FOOTERS ON SYDNEY HARBOR TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
SAILING ? g ? ? EICHTEEN-FOOTERS ON SYDNEY j HARBOR TO-DAY j By TOM CRINGLE. This afternoon the 18-footcr men will be catered for by the Sydney Sailing Club and Sydney Sailing Squadron conjointly. The Squadron's triangular course will be used for the two heats and final. The prize-money consists of £35, The usual steamers are advertised to follow the event, calling at Clark Island. Intending patrons should remember that the steamers leave Fort Macquarie at 3.5 and 3.10 p.m., punctually, in stead of 3.30 p.m.. as formerly. The following are the adjustments : — First Heat. — Boronia (H. Rodrick), Ethel (A. Rodrick). Rosetta (C. Newton), Jmin ; Arline (W. Edney). Umin; Advance (H. E. Thompson), lijmin; Vision (J. S. Robinson, sen.). 2min ; Swastika (P. Harry), Dcsdemona (A. C. Roberts), and Merlin (A. M. Merring- I ton), 21min; Pastime (S. Richardson), 21min; Enid (J. M. Firth). 3Jmin. Second Heat.— Kismet (W. Dunn) and Aus tralian (Chris. Webb), scr ; Scot (J. Smith) and Golding (R. B...
Amusing Bob Fitzsimmons [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
Amusing Bsb Fitzsimmons Red-haired Bob, if the Police Gazette is correct in the following talk, can be very ? mining ; Robert Fitzsimmons declares the 'cave men' of the ring are extinct, and the champions of to-day axe children compared with the old school. 'I hid my first flght when I was 15 years of age,' said the old gladiator. 'I had three bare-knuckle fights with heavyweights when I was a kid, weighing less than 115 pounds. 'That's the school I learned in. To-day they get a purse that would equal my entire ring; earnings, and they have It handed to them in six or ten rounds of no-decision fighting. 'Jim Jeffries was the greatest fighter that ever lived. I say so because I fought him twice, and I trained him for that fight with Corbett Do you know why he lost ? Not age. Bah ! Age counts nothing. 'Some of his smart friends thought they would tune him up, and they used chloral on him, and it killed every chance he had. That's as true as I'm Bob Fitzsimmons. 'He was doped. You don'...
ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPORT When Bill Lang Tackled Langford [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
QNC£ UPON] *£%, ATI ME Lr^- iw Sport When Bill Lang Tackled Langford The series of Ring Stor.es being; told in The Referee by Mr. Hugh D. Mclntosh embrace r.raphic and living pictures of some of the biggest rights of our times. In this week's issue he deals with the Sa.-n Langford-Billy Lane battle in London, which he promoted. Here is one p«rt of this excellent story : — 'On the night of the contest the Olympia Annexe was packed almost to suffocation by one of the most representative gatherings that. i suppose, nas ever witnessed a match in mod ern times. 'I used to go out daily to see Lang in order to give him every possible encouragement. When he entered the ring he looked a per fect picture, and was received with the great est enthusiasm and cheers. Bill was extremely confident, and looked calm, Riving the assem blage the feeling that it would be a deter mined contest. 'Langford entered the ring attired in a new dressing-gown of the most glaring colors. The appearance of Langfor...
THE RIFLE DOINGS OF THE CLUBS: LETTER FROM MAJOR BLACKLOW [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
?- THE RIFLE DOINGS OF THE CLUBS: LETTER . FROM MAJOR BLACKLOW By RANGE-FINDER. In an Interesting letter to the chairman of the N.RA., Major Archie Blacklow, glvei a de taJltd account of the journey from Australia to Salisbury Plain, where the Rifle Clubs'- Bat talion was then hard at it putting the finishing touches to its training ere proceeding to the battle Iront. The camp itself is splendidly equipped, and the men enjoy many unexpected comlorts — hot and cold baths, reading rooms, wet canteen, etc, for each battalion. They sleep in com fortable huts, holding 30 men, and eat in dining-halls, each seating about 500. In their training, bombs, trench mortars, Lewis ma chine guns, and, last, but not least, the bayonet, pUy a most important part. 'The rifle, how ever,' write* Major Blacklow, 'is well In the iront rank, but we have to be able to use the best weapon in the best place. When ou raids a. mas can get any weapon he fancies, be it a nulla-nulla or a butcher's knife. As long ...
SMALLBORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
SMALLBORE NOTES. The delegates to the Miniature Rifle Union met at the N.R.A. rooms on Thursday to dis cuss the question of grade competitions for the ensuing season. Despite the difhculty of ob taining suitable riiies, the activities of the miniature clubs have continued to increase since the last matches were tired, and a little energetic organising work on the nart of the Union should result in improved entries this year, especially in the B Grade. Reference was also made to a proposed In terstate contest, arrangements for which arc being made by F. S. Grccr. South Australia has practically agreed to a trial of strength with this State in a homc-and-home match, and as the teams will most likely consist of 40 men aside, eligible miniature shots are ad vised to wipe the rust out of their ,22's and get busy at the practice targets. The range will be 25 yards, either two oighters not to count and eight scoring shots, or two sighters and a dozen business rounds. Later on Greer hopes t...
TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. A.M.P. Society N'orth Sydney ?Auburn Vrua Jtnnindole J 'a Iranian a /KOciEtMi Warehousemen ruMIe Wnrk-i Pert. Jlurwood IVIcrcham lUlmlln Kjiuinricfc Jlelmorc liociilale KaiUra SuburVi UunUwirlt livstitute Wk Dock ?'?tilth .Sydney flort. Printing Office M. Urooni Ilibcrllcla U.ivcrl-y Loudi Dcpirtnunt YaruJh lecion ol jTontiersnicn -:.).. Uranunsr School l«lchhAnit Nyd. Gniinmar School Metropolitan Nrtrinirton Collcsc Mirrickrille . Tlic Kini.-'8 School Vurtova
MOTOR CYCLING STRENUOUS VICTORIAN TRIAL: EXPERIENCES IN FLOODS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
MOTOR CYCLING ? ? e ? STRENUOUS VICTORIAN TRIAL: EXPERIENCES IN FLOODS ' By BEDE CARROLL. While everything else was postponed owln: to the record floods in Victoria, the big motor cycle reliability trial wot contested on Satur day last. It proved to be one of the most strenuous middle-distance tests for motorcy cllats yet held in Australia. Tbe course was over a distance of 122 miles, from Melbourne to Marysville, and back— a stiff test at any time owing to the mountainous nature of tile country to be negotiated. Rain had fallen for some 40 houru previous ' to 9 a.m.. the time of starting, and continued ! to fall oil through the day. The motorists ' knew that the travelling conditions would be strenuous, and only 25 of the 46 entrants faced the starters, the larger number of the machines i used being side-car combinations ; in fact, there : were but four single machines participating, and that it proved a struggle against th.: ele ments is shown by only four competitors com pleting ...
SYDNEY CLUB ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
SYDNEY CLUB ITEMS. The Sydncys will r.ot hold a competition on Uight-hours Day, aa they have done in prevr ous years. The sub-committee appointed to re ceive donations for the purpose of sending members at the front Chri:tr.ias cheer arc well satisfied with the response to their appeal. £21 i' in hani, and the work of celling the parccM away eoing on well. The snooker tournairc.-.t at ihj rooms is arousing a lot of interer.t. The results to date are : A Billerwcll beat Castray by 3. R. D. Rrad beat Jim B. by 9, T. Baylcs beat T. Slec man by 39 V. Flvnn received forfeit, W. Plun kctt beat W. Williamson by 22. B. O. Jones received a forfeit, O. Dugdalc beat Hungerford by 28. J. A. Fair beat Kcssell by 43. W. Fem rvll received a forfeit, P. G. Neave beat B. Freshwater by 48. Alf Brown beat A. L. Davis by 57. M. Cameron beat G. Carl; on by 43, Roy Readiord received a forfeit. In the second round the results were : R. D. Read best Thompson by 71. Fred Randle beat Maxwell by 14, Simpson b...
TAMWORTH CLUB DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
TAMWOKTH CLUB DOINGS. Last week 30 members journeyed to Gunne dnb, 10 to assist at the local hospital carnival. One of the events was a motor-cycle handi cap over 5 miles 5 furlongs, on the local Show Ground. The Tamworth boys rolled up well, and out of the 12 starters 10 came from that town. The sport was exciting, and it was the lirsc time the majority ot tnc spectators naa witnessed speed. The course is 1 mile 1 fur long round, slightly uphill, anu very bumpy. The first heat was won by V. Grey (3J Rover) in 8min 20 sec riding time; the second by C. Vates (31 Triumph) in ts.35 riding time. The last heat had the local 'hot scone,' Kem mis (3J Triumph), Cooper (Triumph), and Reg. Pearce (31 Triumph). After lour laps it looked 5 to 1 on Kemmis; but Pearce, riding for his life, just pipped him. nominating for the final; time, 7min lOsec riding time. The final aroused great excitement. At one lap to go, Gray led Pearce by the length oi the Btralght, about a quarter of a mile. The race ...
500 MILES TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
500 MILES TOUR. I Hon. Secretary R. D. Read and C. W. Mac- i arthur, of the Sydney Club, have just completed * week's tour of about 500 miles. Starting J'mu!h_e.-_CJ^ ?J. '°?n. «.hey m»de Katoomba ''..''[ nisuu «cxi aay tney rode to Bathu.-st, calling in at Hartley (Bob McGarry's) and at Yctholrae. The third day Mudgee was made via Wattle Flat, Sofala, and Cudgegong. The fourth day the tourists rode on to Wyaldra, where they wore the guests of Mr. H. C. Wilson, whose stud of pure Corriedalc sheep aroused great interest. The return journey was made through Caper tree and Wallerawang to Mount Victoria and Katoomba, Mount York and Evans' Look-out being visited; thence back to town. The touricts recommend the trip, as the roadu were excellent, particularly between Bathurst and Mudgee, and the scener'y magnificent. The views along the Turon River at Sofala and the famous Capcrtrce Valley were very fine. From Mount Victoria to Parramatta the roads wcr' good; thence to Sydney very bad — as...
GOLF NOTES PERSONALS AND PLAY AMONG THE SYDNEY CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916
GOLF NOTES PERSONALS AND PLAY AMONG THE SYDNEY CLUBS j By TEE TEE. It Is gratifying to hear that Joe KIrkwood has more than exceeded the expectations of the Riversdale Golf Club, where he is now resident professional. Rounds of 73, 72, 72, in succes sion arc evidence that he has struck form at once. I ? i The first score has a further merit, in that it was done almost on arrival, when he was very tired. I am clad to hear that Kirliwood's prospects are very bright. He thorouchly de serves any success that may come his way. The Huie-Styles match in' the Critchley Parker Shield competition, has been ployed and won In an easy fashion by the first-named. Hule is always -steady, and, when all out, makes few mistakes. He has also an ideal tempera ment, which nothing disturbs. Though very short of practice he did a 79, which is only three strokes over bogey, and far too good for Styles, who was in receipt of only one stroke. My original tip stands — that ihc winner of this n-.atch would win...