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THE SHARK TAKES A HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

THE SHARK TAKES A HAND. There are apparently more kinds of sharks than one in America, to jud^c by tl:e follow ing, just to hand : ''A shark charred and over turned a 16ft c?noe, in which t~rcc men \v«: firhins;. half a mi'c off So;..th Bend'. Ptatcn Island, recently. The men were rr'ru.-d. A shark also plnycd an importrnt ':~r'. i'l a' at tempted swimming race bcrwsT ''. F. ?;i^i van. of Lowell, nnrl C To*h nf r*n-'-n 'rn *i Race Point. Provirrc'ov.-n to N.ir:'?- k t n -.-'i. Toth was taken from the water by his tra'-n-n -..-hen a shark circled .-.ho if. hi:-, af'cr he ha I covered !7'. miles in n h'tfc rro-o ;h--n U iTiirs. Sullivan kcot on for 2.r. -pll-r. nl !?!?: follow-rs claimed thnt hi- wa- in t'— v.— fr 20 hours 27 minutes. OfR-t.Vs ra:d thnt Si-llivan had established a new Am-ri-:m rmhi-anre re cord, beating the rpprlc .^f 1'Jir -7ir;:n -j-i 'D by Toth last year in the swi;:i from Chals inwn Prirfr.e to l'o«ron TM-t '???'! re'.-rn. I--3ton man h'Jd 'rcncKd a''i:o'nt f' 'n ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHORUS GIRLS THE NEW FOLLIES' PRODUCER EXPOUNDS HIS VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

CHORUS GIRLS THE NEW FOLLIES' PRODUCER EXPOUNDS HIS VIEWS The new producer for the Follies. Mr. Ed. Hutchison, has brought some novel idcar. with him as to the scope and function of the chorus. His views are Riven in this fashion: I have a new and a true story,' was his in troduction. 'Expcrientia docet stultos,' we answered. 'It cannot be. There is nothing new under the calcium moon.' i Hut he shut the door, put a chair against it and sat down. „ 'Let me begin at the beginning,' he insisted. and you'll listen. This is it : Nobody cares any more about the chorus girl's figure. Now doesn't that startle you ?' We admitted it did and conceded that as a callow youth we had h-en moderately is tounded by Baron Munchauscn and Peter Grimm. But the Follies producer was adanv.n: an-i adept. 'Look at this,' he said, and handed over the copy of a poster that had appeared on the stage door of the Winter Garden, New York'-, big emporium of joy. It had been posted for applicants for a new producti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

CANTERBURY PARK RACES THIS DAY - SATURDAY FIRST DAY, 1.30 p.m. LAST RACE, 4.25 p.m. HORSE TRAIN 11.15 A.M. Specials 11.45 a.m., 12 noon, 12.12, 12.22, 12.34. 12.44. 12.50 and 1.12 p.m. Ordinary Trains as per Handbills ? :; W. L. DAVIS, Secretary. r MENANGLE PARK RACES K TUESDAY 31st. TUESDAY 129-ENTRIES— 129 SPECIAL TRAINS LTLVVE SYDNEY at lO.'O a.m. fot Horse* (caHlnc at A-hfieM. Granvill!, Liverpool, »nd CranMltown), 11.10 a.m. (calling at J-.trjtliU.ld, Gran.;iU-, Liverpool, jiiiI C'ainpbclltoini), and at 12.10 p-m. (caJUDgT at Oriuvillu only) ; arriving at iuur.-« o: I'-Ujp.m., 1.2 p.m., and 1.17 p.m. ?^..,''FiRST RACE, 1.50 P.M. LAST RACE, 3.50 P.M. TRAINS RKTORN FROM rolTRSE at 4 p.m. (nllins at Strvitli9cld only, arriving tack in Sidney at 6 SO p.m.), 1.40 p.m., and tin Hun* Train at 4.M p.m. li Imperial Arcade-. Sydney. ..'-?f JSSit' . EDTY1V WOODBORY Secretary. .-*»~'I'honc, * ity USIO. =pHM- SOVS. PRIZE MONEY 1400 SOVS. KENSINGTON RACES ..: FIRST DAY. i ~ NEXT WEDNESDAY, N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

cflVKiisiso mnEfToit .. .. nron r-. mcIntosh. MATIXKES-WKDNIiSIMVS AMI SATURDAYS. The T8VOLI FOLLIES VERA PEARCE daisy jack CANNOT THELMA RAYE svdney WALTER WEEMS GEORGE WELCH yates BILLY REGO PEGGY PEAT JEAN KEITH MOLLIF. MAGUIRE JOHN QUINLAN JAMIE KELLY PRINCE AND DEERIE THE PARSHLEYS. Plan Nicholson's and Tivoli. 'Phone 992-1 for Reserves.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

SWIMMING By W. F. CORBETT, Mr. F. Dent, hon. secretary of the Eastern Suburbs Club, writing yesterday, says: 'The Eastern Suburbs Amateur Swimming Club held a 100yds handicap at Bronte Baths on Saturday last, but owing to rough seas sweep ing over, the final had to be postponed until to morrow (Saturday). Some good racing was witnessed in the heats. The junior swimmers, who are pretty numerous this season, took honors for the day, winning three out of five. ij. waiter ^osecj put up a gooa penormancc in winning the first heat. The time (1.29) in dicates nothing, for just before he reached the second turn the youngster was swept back by a big sea. But this did not dismay him in the least He kept going, and eventually won by a yard. Other juniors to win heats were J. Harriett (16sec) and R. Mercer (32sec). S. Smith (scr) had no difficulty in winning the second heat, putting up the fastest time, viz., 1.13. 'H. Ryall (captain of the club) was unlucky to lose the last heat. He had nearly...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS CLUB ENGAGEMENTS: NOTES AND GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

ATHLETICS CLUB ENGAGEMENTS: NOTES AND GOSSIP Dy ARGUS. The Botany Harriers will commence their championship meeting this afternoon at t'.ie Australian Footba'l Ground, Mascot, when 100yds, 440yds, running broad jump, running high jump, putting 161b shot, and mile walk will be decided. In addition, there will be two members' handicaps — 150yds and 1000yds. In the club championships keen competition is expected, but I hear that J. J. Walshc will not be a starter — Tie is in no condition for strenuous path battles. Members of the N.S.W. Walking and F.G. Club have been appealed to by Mr. Hon. Secre tary A. C. Simmons to attend at the Australian Football Ground. Mascot, this afternoon. Handicap events will be decided. Attendances by members have been poor of lale. but it is hoped, with the E'.Rht Hour Day Sports ahead, there will be a rally. The postponed Eight-Hour Day demonstra tion and sports v/ill take place on November 18. at the Agricultural Ground. Moore Park, woilst the night r.p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

SYDNEY BOXERS IN THE BATTLE OF CIVILISATION AGAINST THE GERMANS. Alfred McDougall, who had a great scrap with Tim Land at Wonderland City a few years ago, now on his way to the front. Larry Lasher, a frequent performer in pre liminaries at the Sydney Staiiiurn, now in the trenches in France.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP. LAST WEEK'S SOVEREIGN WINNER : THOS. DALY, 19 PURKIS STREET. CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS ? .== ===== SNAPSHOTTED GROUR LAST WEEK'S SOVEREIGN WINNER : THOS. DALY, 19 PURKIS STREET, CAMPEEDOWK. THE FIRST PERSON WHO PRESENTS HIMSELF AT THE ARROW OFFICE, 136-138 CASTLEREAGH-STREET AND IS IDPMT tbtpt, .„ ' PAID ONE SOVEREIGN. THE EDITOR'S DECISION IS FINAL; IDENTIFICATION ENTRUSTED TO A MEMBEB ^OF.THEARR^^ GROTO W1'- ra

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KAY AND CLABBY TO-NIGHT International Contest Between Two of the Cleverest in the Country [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

KAY AND CLABBY TO-NIGHT International Contest Between Two of the Cleverest in the Country Through my continually suggesting it, a Clabby-Kay contest is to be staged to-night at the Sydney Stadium. Therefore I am naturally interested in the event. The plucky local boy will make it highly interesting for the experi enced Jimmy, who will need to be in the best of shape or he will stand an excellent chance of being out-pointed. To most readers this will, no doubt, appear a ooia statement, but the marked improvement I have noticed in Fred Kay in his training bouts, recently inclines me to think that he is going to give Stadium patrons a surprise. Kay will enter the ring fully list, as fit as Arthur Henncssy can make him, and full of confidence. To expect Kay to equal the deeds of the mighty Darcy and out-point Clabby is to expect much. But I have an opinion that the world's champion might have made his win much easier if he had so desired, and I must therefore not take Clabby's apparentl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAVE SMITH and ARTIE MAGIRL In Their Return Match in Melbourne To-night [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

DAVE SMITH and ARTIE MAGIRL In Their Return Match in Melbourne To-night Dave Smith is to meet Artie Magirl at the Melbourne Stadium to-night, when the Ameri can will probably again prove the master of our once great boxer. Our good friends of the Southern capital will be. no ooubt. surprised at the wonderful falling off they will witness in Smith's boxing com pared with his dash and brilliancy this time three years ajo, when he won the heavyweight crown from Bill Lang. If only half as good as he was then, he would have little difficulty in turning the tables on Magirl to-night. We can not shut our eyes to the fact that since he first met Darcy Dave Smith has fallen away very greatly in form. His courage is as great as it ever was. as shown by the manner in which he weathered the storm against Joe Chip. Where is Eddie McGoorty ? Fit and well, he would play havoc with any in the heavy weight class, bar Darcy. ? Tommy Urcn, welterweight champion of Aus tralia, has been granted exemptio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

rersonal Direction ? HKC. I-. BVKEIt. TO-NIGHT AT 8.30, INTERNATIONAL MIDDLEWEIGHT CONTEST (jimmy) CIABBY v. (fred) HAY rmST PRELIMINARY. 7.«— MICK MULQUKEN v. ALK DA VIS. SECOND rltKLUICURY. 8.5— JOE ZUBEB V. STAN WKCSO.V. FIKST TRY OUT. 7.15. TWCES : 10/ (Res.). 6/. 3/, and 2/. « NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. AT 8.30. INTERNATIONAL WELTERWEIGHT CONTEST BURNS (Rough-house) v. (Owen) CAIRNS. M HOUNDS OF THREE MINUTES EACH. ' ? * FIRST TRY-OUT. 7.15. TEN HOUNDS' CONTEST. 3 I'.JI. - HAV1LAI1 I'REN T. WAL SCUTTS. JUIK KVKNT 8.30 sharp, TltlCES : 5/ (lies.), 2/, and 1/. STADIUM 'POP' NEXT WEDNESDAY N IGHT. AT 8 P.M. TIMIJJ1XO EXHIBITIONS by Eld CoMny ini Pat»/ Brannigan, Matt Murphy and Prank O'Connor, and other*-' Six' Hounds1 Contest between Harry Andrews « nd Tom O'SulUvan. Also Hoc array of vaudeville (alent. THICKS : RjjiKiidc Scats. 1/6; Terraces. 1/. ladies 1/ to «11 narts. JUugtidc Seats may b« booked at Jack Froudford's, Castlercash-jtreet. City («d extra)

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CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING Coming Events Topics of Moment War Zone Chatter [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

m CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING m Coming Events -£ Topics of Moment -£ War Zone Chatter «* By Solar Plexus A pity that promising young neavyweight, George Cook, had to return to the farm through oeinj unable to get a contest In Sydney. Up against Jack Darcy he would have provided a Rood battle. Jim Graham and Les Widdera, to. meet in a retnrn match at Wollongong to-night, boxed in a preliminary on July 8. when Widders waa declared winner on points. I fancy Graham over the longer journey. The rumor that Les Darcy was to have left by Jast Wednesday's steamer for America was 'evidently an exaggeration,' as he was seen flying around in his motor car hours after the steamer had left. Jack Cole, who unwisely tried to box at the welter limit, and as a result led to my doubt teg his head and heart for the game, has pro mised to prove that he is built of the right kind of material in future matches, which will be against men of the 11.6 division. Mr. Gorry Hart's protege, Jack Cole, is ke...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

A SPORTING NOVEL (B* ARTHUB WEIOHT). KEANE OF KALGOORLIE To«t Free wltbin the Commonweaiu ior 1/1 pet copy to-m 'Tilt SEfK^fX' Office, ByAxj,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

. BSfTlfiS Vfta 83T j^ ST bm 11 itai23i ARE IN BOTH THE PADDOCK AND LEGER AT CANTERBURY TO-DAY. WE PAY 1-2-3 ON ALL RACES. Betting on the Moonee Valley Cup, &c Also MELBOURNE CUP, Win and Place. Double on V.R.C. DERBY and MELBOURNE CUP N.B.— WHEN DISAPPOINTED BY OTHERS, TRY US SPECIAL NOTICE. ALBERT E. WATSON WILL OPERATE 1, 2, 3 - ALL EVENTS - 1, 2, 3 AT CANTERBURY PARK TO-DAY. HURRY UP ! THEY'RE OFF !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

McMILLAN, DEERY a CO., LE ? (Opp. Hotel AmtnlJi). CHARS, CIBABETTEa TOBACCO, PIPEa ETR 1 TOOK OLD raiEHD, ' j JOE ANDREOU At S7 OAStLEBElOH BT HT»Nl?v

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALL BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

SMALL BORE NOTES. Members of the Randwick .303 Club, who, by the way, are earning for themselves the title of The Wanderers, paid a visit the other even ing to Yaralia Club, at its miniature range at the Walker Hospital. The Randwick men were well looked after, and spent a very pleas ant evening in front of the targets, though as a team they rather overmatched the local shots. They recommend other clubs seeking evening sport to pay the Yaralia men a visit. 'Hie Yaralia Club is fortunate in possessing a miniature range, that has been lavishly fitted out by Miss Eadith Walker with all the most modern devices. It is electrically lighted, and the club enjoys facilities for practice at both bullseye and service targets. Mr. T. B. Simp son, of Randvick, who has had opportunities to visit miniature ranges in different parts of the world, is of the opinion that the Yaralia gallery, in point of completeness and general efficiency, is equalled by few of the ranges owned by the big English clu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIFLE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION APPEALS FOR "YES" [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

THE RIFLE — — « — — NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION APPEALS FOR 'YES' By RANGE-FINDER. At its meeting on Wednesday evenine the ?'uCeU'o\hc0rT'' °f,thc N-RA deddid to issue to the riflemen of th is State the follow ?'?YSes':gent aPP'' l° '' t;icir vote to-da' be th^rX'^h th' 500°,of your comrades of are nsistcnt on the necessity of the Anzac ' ,/ — , ? '???'?? ? '??inianiea at tu strength ? M^Cair n°' al-?ut What is ''ui«d -'=?'' ^vfe^-^-h-;^--^-ont i™'' !' .'-' di»t'ct all assistance pos po^to-day':''5'''- C''tOrS '° thc R«'««'dum n'r'a^^m^ J- BrOwn' chai™=»- of the N.K.A., 263 Gcor;c-street, Sydney.' Congratulations to Secretary P. H. Partridee. , the executive officers of the M.D.R.C.U.; also to Warrant-Officer Cooper, and his staff. The task of handling Saturday's record entry was a bis one, and it was accomplished with credit to all concerned. Everything ran like clockwork, with the happy result that the 760 competitors, and even the oit-maligned markers, were able to return to civil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Soeclala. RANDWICK. Thursday. The middle grass track afforded good going. Machine Boy and Khaf ran six furlongs in 1.181. A strong mile was run by Taquisara. Dick Wedgewood and a companion ran six fur longs in 1.19. Rocos ran 1.20. A iurlong further distance. was run by Palmctic iu 1.3b. First Lesson beat Maidan a length over six furlongs in 1.181. Carinc ran five furlongs in 1.81, and Prinus accounted for a mile in 1.48. Brolly spurted, and Downstream ran six fur longs in 1.211. A furlong less distance was run by Sir Paddington in 1.61. Mythic ran three-quarters of a mile in 1.181. St. Rosa line spurted, and Brinsmcad went usefully over five furlongs. Kingeburgh ran a mile and a furlong in 1.58}. He was assisted the first mile by Plenty, and the last five furlongs by Capeletti. Alcornet and Lady Sunshine ran six furlongs in 1.181. Lady Minnie ran six furlongs on the tan in fair time, and several others did easy work....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. Thursday. The following work was recorded on the tan track this morning: — Urncy and Earl San ran a strong seven furlongs. It's Funny and The White Waif registered five furlongs in 1.6. GTeek Fire ran seven furlongs in 1.32. and Bilbo easily put up 1.56} for a mile. Black Ink and Flavindin strode over five furlongs in 1.61. while Blackacre and Gaba Tepe put in a solid mile. Sweet Step. Waterlcigb, Little Marc. Miss Tressadv. Medley. War Tax. Reel On, Mandento, Sir Howard. On Service, Bon Accord, Ennispona, St. Mcdoc. Reel On, Patiala, and Foil were on the useful list. Royal Salute did five furlongs in 1.65. On the outer portion of the middle grass track Gigantia spurted half a mile in 55scc. Loch Lades and Appeninc ran six furlongs in 1.20. Scythian, assisted over the last five by Wilfred, put up 1.35 for seven furlongs. Miss Tatters. Davy Buchanan, Perpetual Motion, Sweet Slumbers, and Linora were out for useful work.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE TURF NEWS MOONEE VALLEY POSSIBILITIES MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

MELBOURNE TURF NEWS MOONEE VALLEY POSSIBILITIES j MELBOURNE. Friday. Cranbrook's selections for the Moonee Val !ey meeting arc is follow : HURDLE RACE : j MASTER REGAL or HOBGOBLIN. | ST. ALBAN'S HANDICAP : i QUILLION or SORNETTE.. PHOENIX HANDICAP : SUNBURY or DUELER. MOONEE VALLEY CUP : LADY MOOLTAN ? 1 3cc ? 2 ' IZastcourt ? 3 STEEPLECHASE : NEW YORK or ZEPHURON. WELTER HANDICAP : WALLACHIA or SHRILL. | Melbourne Cup scratching times : Kongorong 5 p.m.. Santa Sablna, 4.30 p.m., on the 25th; Narino 10 a.m.. Pretty Bobby 1.40 p.m.. Wood wild 2.35 p.m., and Lavanda 2.45 p.m., on the 2Cth.

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