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WEEK-END AT FRENCH'S FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
WEEK-END AT FRENCH'S FOREST. There was only a poor muster — 11— at French's Forest on Sunday to continue building a home for a returned soldier. This was due to the fact that a large number of the Cyclists' Union's members have been called up for active service. It looks as though the veterans will be left to finish the good work. Although there was such a small band of workers, they were very willing. All the framework of the cot tafc is up, and a large portion of the five acres cleared of every tree and stump. The cyclists are doing the work thoroughly. To-morrow the arrangements will be the name as usual — catch the 3 o'clock boat from Fort Macquarie. Mr. Theo O'Halloran, the hon. secretary of the Union, asks that as tnany cyclists as pos sible shall put in an appearance. Racing under the auspices of the League of Wheelmen is to be held at Bathuist on Monday. There is a poor entryi but the racing should be keen. A. F. Grenda. the Australian who is doing so well in America, has al...
BASEBALL SUMMER ASSOCIATION OPENS SEASON TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
BASEBALL SUMMER ASSOCIATION OPENS SEASON TO-DAY By SAFE. Delegates representing 20 club; attended a meeting of the Summer Baseball Association at the Cafe Frnncais, on Tuesday evening, when the following were elected as officer-bearers for the coming season, which opens to-day .—Pro gramme committee, Messrs. W. J. Cooper, W. Taylor, R. Jarvie, L. H. Gresham, E. Kelly : management committee. G. Lambert, F. Young, H. Turner, W. J. Cooper, A. Blackman, E. Kelly ; permit committee. Messrs. R. Jarvie. W. Taylor. B. Hayden, A. Blackman, J. Tomkins ; rules committee, Messrs. C. Lambert, H. Turner. A. Blackman ; protest committee, Messrs. C. Lambert. L. II. Gresham. A. Pearce, R. Jarvie. and B. Hayden : selection committee, Messrs. W. C. J. Kelly. C. Franks, and Tom Roberts. The Blue Sor. have withdrawn from the com petition, enlistments having deleted the team. The latest to join for the front are C. Mun ford, N. Ashdown, R. Lane, and the brilliant Kendrcw. Four new teams have entered for ...
FIXTURES. NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
FIXTURES. NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE. I«ichfcaidc Oral, late ; Petersham v Jjjdner at Jlar rkA-viUe Oral ; Leichhardt v. Combined St. Georsc. aud ?i/dcey Second teams, at Sports Ground, late. SECOND (JiLVDE.— Eutera Suburbs Mnilol t^ocieif r. Mom, at Sports Ground, early; Wiyerler v. Leichhardt, at Leichhardt Oral, carij; Sydney r. Uichhjrdt Kec ivorth, at Marrickrillc Oral, earlv; Mick Simmons v. Vwerlcy Junior, at Centennial Par); THIRD GRiDE.-lllMvra Juniors t. Wavn-Icj-, ai Ctntennul Park; Speedwell v. Si. fieorge, at Itoc-kdale Vark ; I*ichhirdt Klora T. KxuA-lor, at Leichharft Canal : Kcg^rth v. Y.MX-A.. at Centennial pTrt~^
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
COURSING. The first meeting of the new committee of the N.S.W. National Coursing Association will take place at Bateman's Hotel, George-atreet. City, on Monday evening. The meeting is a special one. convened to deal with the comins conference in Melbourne, and to appoint a dele gate -to represent N.S.W. It is possible also that special sub-committees will be appointed «t this meeting to deal with matters outlined In the recently-adopted annual report,
BATHURST HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
BATHURST HANDICAPS. The following are the handicaps for the Bathurst Eight-Hour sports on Monday :— J. G. Atkins, 35 and 70; E. Tamme, 40 and 75; S. Guymer. H. E. Coleman, 65 and 130; C. Fittler, W. J. Ausburn, 70, 140; W. J. Quigley, P. Jenkins (Vic), F.' Watson, 75, 150; J. N. Doody, 80, 160; A. H. Butt, G. Powycr. 85, 170; H. J. Cassidy. R. J. Black, 90, 180; R. Guy mer, 100, 200^ ?
THE CYCLIST REVIVAL IDEA IS GOOD, BUT TIME INOPPORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
THE CYCLIST REVIVAL IDEA IS GOOD, BUT TIME INOPPORTUNE By 3ELE CARROLL. The N.S.W. League of Wlu-lmcn was re cently approached by those «i i:.e head of a 'curTT'' --,'''' ,.V'.ctorla !'r the holding of a Cyclist3 Day- simultoneouj.y jn N.S.W., Vic toria, 2nd South Auatriliii, with a view to brining about a revi.-al in ire touting side of tnc sport, and md-Jcinc oH-:;.,]C cyclists who .ave ions since «-t «i« their wheel to come „. ? . ?* t-t; ''' c^ifliiaiej iror.i me trade in ticai°rla- Whe' 'l haS b'' takcn 'p cnthll=i!l» The Lcayjc officials in this. State arc keen on the proposed revival, and so jrc member, of the trade, but botii sp;rec t!-st i!iC time is inoppor tune while the war bsio, and they have decided not to fall in witl' the proposal Their de cision will be conveyed ic. those at the head of the movement in VIc-.cr-s. The League and the trade Iicrc have acted wisely in keeping out of the revival, for ?.;?« ti-jir is y.oit inopportune. The revival. K !:c!i after the war, ...
BOWLS GOSSIP (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
BOWLS GOSSIP By W. F. CORBETT. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8.) The trim old reaper was busier durint the p*st twelvemonth among members of Pirra matta than those of any other bowling club in the State. We refer regretfully to the passim of Messrs. Tom Marsden. G. L. Scott. Tfaeo. Morham. M.L.A, W. H. Tunks, W. E. Enns and A. T. Burton. Weevils and White Ants A very interesting game took place on Wed nesday on the South Ashfield green between the Weevils (the produce merchants) and the White Ants (the builders). It was arranged by Mr. John McClnre. of Randwick. and Mr. James Wall, of Marrickvillc. Details :— | W.A. ?». . .1. -\ H«rri%on, -Whctlrijbt. Spendiloir. J. Mir I ri.on ? K — I I! ra.vl./r. IL C Ta/lor, .1. \v. TaMor W. I '-'.'lor ? ' ? — » M.V...1I. r.iy. \\«,,H:i-H. I jjlinc ? 13 — |Iiciiih-:i, WJIiji.m. .1. ii, vi.. T. l\ IUtu .. — a HrTnir'l!. 'Itnr,.. 'i|f,iiiu. °ll ,'..'in'.,on ? -1 50 l-i[.i-li. ? i.. +.I.T. l-'-.rr ? lH — Call-, ?'...ill. r. -irj.l».-,-. \|,- !,.r.. ? „ » I T...
BRITISH CENSORSHIP OF FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
BRITISH CENSORSHIP OF FILMS. The British film and kinema industries and the licensing authorities (county and borough councils) have decided to adopt the Govern ment suggestion of a central and independent censorship, under the control of the Home Of fice. The arrangement is voluntary. By this arrangement the trade will not be burdened with a double censorship, and uniformity of prohibition will be secured. One town will I not be permitting the exhibition of a film re- i jected by its neighbors, or vice-versa. The I expenses of the censorship will be met by the fees .paid by the film-owners. A Censorship I Board will be set up by the Home Office, of j which women will be members. It is also pro bable that an advisory committee, consisting of representatives of the local authorities of | the trade, and of the public generally, wili be ! appointed to advise the Home Secretary and to deal with doubtful films when appeal is made from the censors. The Home Secretary will probably advise ...
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS From the Motion Picture News: 'Fred Mace has received a letter from an Australian maid for a photograph of his handsome self — and the letter came marKea six tents due. ' The film of Sl-.e Loved a Sailor, the Key stone con-,cdy, which took sixty days to film, was a hoodoo from the start, affecting practi cally every Kcystor.cr in any way connected witn tne comedy. in the first place, tour people cast for the play could not begin work immediately as they were busy in other stories, which tied up the remainder of the company for two weeks. Then the company went to sea. First, the ballast shifted, and in high tide the boat sank. A tug recovered it, and ballast consisting of rocks was placed between the boards of the deck. This proved too heavy, and held the boat so low in t'.ie water that the waves washed over, tilled it to the briT., and again it went to the bottom. Any how, the last; scene was to be filmed last week, when Willie Gilbert and Shorty Hamilton climb the ...
MADAME EMMA CALVE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
MADAME EMMA CALVE. Madame Calve is a warm supporter of motion pictures, and claims that the jump from the operatic stage to acting before the camera is a email one now that the pictures have developed from the merely pretty epoch to the one which demands genuine talent and art. She is loud in the praise of Beatriz Miche lena, the Californlan Motion-picture Corpora tion star, whom, she holds, is equally remark able for her beauty and her dramatic talent, and the famous singer has followed Miss jviicneiena s screen career witn interest ever since her debut, the Interest beini; heightened, doubtless, by the prominence of both Madame Calve and Fernando Mlchelenn, father of the young star, in operatic circles. Recently the prima donna visited the California stuJio to watch a drama in the making, the play being The Woman Who Dared, in which Miss Mlchclcna is cast in the stellar role as a French opera singer. The characterisation \vas- warmly commended by Madame Calve, who expressed hersel...
UNIVERSAL MANAGER'S BUSY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
UNIVERSAL MANAGER'S BUSY DAY. Do you think you would be able to propose to your fascinating stenographer while you : were dictating business letters to her at 11.50 a.m., knock off work for lunch at 12. secure your marriage licence at 12.30, get married at 13M5, and unconcernedly resume your dictation to your stenographer wife at 1 o'clock ? That is the record which has been estab lished by Julius A. Lewis, manager of the sup ply department of the Universal Co. of New York. Miss Anna Rabinowitz is the name of the former stenographer. As Mr. Lewis and his bride-to-be dashed out of the office on their way to the licence bureau he seized Joe Brandt. Universal's ecneral manager, who went alonK to do all the necessary vouching when the papers were made out. The same night the happy couple were the Eucsts of Pres. Locmmlc, at Murray's, New York. He gave a big dinner in their honor, to which about 70 Unlversalitcs were bidden. At the dinner Mr. Brandt presented Mr. Lewis with a wedding gif...
Perice Pic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
Veriscopicfee/jfi By CISEAUX. Proceedings in the Military Exemption CcsrM this week reveal that Australia possesses plenty of young warriors with original ideas. Plcn-y of room in the army for men with rninrls of that sort to pit against the mechanical Fritz. One had no idea that so many stalwart youns Australians were the sole support of then widowed mothers. Kxemntion Court evidence disposes of the charr.c by visitor- ? passing- shadows — that young Australia fcns no rcvcrcntc for his parents.
SUBWAY TO STAGE JAMIE KELLY'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
SUBWAY TO STAGE JAMIE KELLY'S STORY. If Jamie Kelly hadn't crawled into the Metro politan Opera House while he was in charge of the underpinning of the subway construc tion work under that great playhouse two years ago, this -story might not have been written. For Kelly's first visit to the opera fired him ?with ambition to go on the stage. Ambition wen. He's on (says New York World of March S). Weary months elapsed between Kelly's sub terranean entrance into opera and his debut in vaudeville. But, as can be seen with half an eye, he began at the bottom and worked his RECRUrT8 TO THE TIVOLI CAUSE BY THE SONOMA ON TUESDAY LAST. ' Mr. Ed. Hutchison, Mrs. Hutchison (Florle), Jamie Kelly. .Tack Merlin, Hazel and Bort Skattdle. way up. The bluting In front of the Palace Theatre. at Broadway and Forty-sixth Street, recently had caused so much annoyance that Elmer Rogers, the manager, sought out the foreman cf the job to beg him to stop shaking the play house during the performances. Mr. R...
AN ENGLISHWOMAN TO AN ANZAC. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
AN ENGLISHWOMAN TO AN ANZAC. So you're off back to your Southland farm And the Terrible Tenth will know no r-ore ' The swing of your walk and your useless arm, And the ring of your laugh on a gun-swept shore. And the London lasses will look in vain For the glance that kilk iro— . your hat's broad shade And the Marlboroush maidens wi!: smile again. And M.irlboTOUgh mothers may feel dismayed. Perhaps some trooper of Bonnie Dundee. Looked at the lasses and walked jur.t 50 Your great, crcat Rrandsire he r.iiqlit he. Wha'd j-.ist such a hat in the long a;:o. Ju*t such a hat: and such waj-s, too. Was just such a 'Laughing Cavalier' (For I think had old Franz Hals seen you We'd a great deal finer picture here). So here's to you. son of the Southern Cross! Say, what a welcome home you'll find. Ah: Their rejoicing is our blank Joss. For your only 'blues' were the hospital kind. Til often remember your knightly charm. I'll often smile but 111 sometimes sigh When I think of the lad with the st...
THEATRE AND ARMY A SOLDIER'S COMPLAINT. To the Editor of The Stage. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
THEATRE AND ARMY A SOLDIER'S COMPLAINT. To the Editor of The Stage. Sir, — 1 can no longer refrain froai invoking ycur help sn an apical to tc.t-in tncatucal managers to endeavor tu raise tne tone oi per formances they prepare lor the public, espe cially lor the younger members oi our righting i profession. 1 am convinced that our gallant tailors and noldicrs themselves would be the 1 first to admit that, ii they were given their ! choice, they would prefer performances which, whilst cheerful and inspiriting, appealed to the ! best side ui their patriotic natures, and not ex hibitions of scantily-dressed girls and songs of doubtful character. The whole nation's heart ii at last set on winning this great war, and an important factor undoubtedly is the cleanli ness of mind and the nobility of purpose of our berocs on sea and laud; and it seems entirely unnecessary and certainly wrong to put into their heads demoralising thoughts, such as they must obtain froni many performances now ap...
THE SEA SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
THE SEA SHELL. German in your mountain home, You who never sought to roam, You who never saw the foam, Hold this shell against your car. Hearken at the tinted frame, Needless asking whence it came ; Every cavern holds the same ' Cast from oceans far or near. Does your face grow dark with gloom J Do you hear your final doom In that low insistent boom Which ? re-echoes faint and clear? 'Tis the waves and something more. Sounding ever on the shore ? 'Tis the British lion's roar ! German, listen— do you hear ? — Md.inilburjh OT.jML The tallest wounded man in an English hoi pital is H. Barker, of the Grenadier Guards eft lOin. There was not a cot in the base hos pital at Boulogne which would take him, and he wafcallowcd to run over into another bed. May be a relation of Queensland Dick Barber —about the same altitude — who years ago fought the little Dutchman, Placke, in Sydney — Plackc being a shade over 6ft Sin. Proceedings in a case of assault dealt with in an American Court lately ar...
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS Follies of 1917-1918. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
[?] THEATRICAL TIT-BITS Follies of 1917-1918. Passing show of 1310-1-317. .fTii'8,.aanoun«n«nls sound the death knell of old-time vaudeville in Australia. The Kollirs have made such a success with their novel programme that their work is to be perpetuated. n,w d,han'».Of -;-n T'S °f maklni: K°Od with the new shows will fall on the shoulders of Ed. Hutchison, the new American proJucer who arrived in Sydney on Tuesday last Mr. Hutchison and his wife =re both house hold names m the States. There they have stood for all that is best an,] brilliant in thea trical production. The success of the Schubert Winter Gardens is due to the untirinr- encrKy and the ordinal Idea* of Mr. Hutchison Under the name Florie Mrs. Hutchison achieved a notable success recently at the Knickerbocker Theatre, New York, with Donald Brian in The Siren. Jamie Kelly an-ived by the same boat. The ?tory of how he sot on the staRe appears else where on this page. Kelly will be seen in action at the Tivoli this aftern...
WINNERS AT CITY TATTERSALL'S MEETING AT RANDWICK LAST WEEK. MR. WM. BROWN'S CHESTNUT HORSE FAIRWAY, BY TRESSADY (IMP.)—FAIR-WIND (IMP.), WINNER OF THE NOVICE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
WINNERS AT CITY TATTERSALL'S MEETING AT. ._ RANDWICK LAST WEEK. MR. WM. BROWN'S CHESTNUT HORSE FAIRWAY, BY TRESSADY (IMP.)— FAIR- WIND (IMP.), WINNER OF THE NOVICE HANDICAP. MR G S YUILL'S CHESTNUT HORSE CLYDESIDE (IMPJ, BY GLASGERION— MR. W. T. NOWLAN'S BROWN MARE ROSEDELL, BY LINACRE (IMP.)— HIRON- ELFLQCK, WINNER OF THE FLYING WELTER. ? DELLE, WINNER OF THE FLYING HANDICAP. ? MR. E. H. KNIGHT'S BAY FILLY ROMAN QUEEN, BY CHARLEMAGNE II. (IMP.) — MAJESTY, WINNER OF THE THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP AT CITY TATTERSALL'S MEETING.
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