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[?] GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

rjus gossip . — * — By THE SCOUT. Canterbury Park this afternoon. Also a pony and galloway meeting at Ken sington. While Northern District racegoers will be catered for by th.. Mewcastle Jockey Club. And the Spring ! ?;:? A '.he Victoria Rac ing Club will be c.,.: I. i Jt Flemington. P. Blake and H. ..iths have Deen re instated as jockeys by ;he Associated Racine Ctaba. It is nearly up to Bonne Chance to forfeit her maiden certificate. This might be effected at Canto bury Park to-day. The ducaa Ri-ffr Jockey Club holds a ?«?? ilnje in ajr cJ iht. Incal hospital this after One of this afternoon's country racing attrac tions is the Spring meeting of the Mudgec Rac ing flab. . Mcftnn Lad (Duke of Melton — Sonsie) will Bo his future racing at meetings of the Asso iribted. Clubs, and will be raced by A. Ryan. Zhe dual Newcastle Cup winner, Duke Atwyne (9.0), tops the weights for the Novem ber Handicap, to be run at this afternoon's meeting of the Newcastle Jocxey Club. The 'West Australi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HILL CLIMB TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

HILL CLIMB TO-DAY. The Victorian. Motor ? Cycle Club's hill Climb, on Wheeler's Hill', arranged for Satur day lajt. had to be postponed, and will now be held this afternoon, when the course is expected to be in good order, after the recent rains.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

Its inimitable flavor and mellowness bring thc smack of appreciation to all who drink THORNE'S O.H.M. 'Incomparable' I WHISKY

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORMULA FOR HILL CLIMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

FORMULA FOR. HILL CLIMBS. Percy P. Charles, one of the best known American writers on- matters motor cycling, criticises Professor Calender's formula, which is used in most cases for hill climbs. He contends that it gives an unfair advantage to motors of small displacement, at high speeds, and suggests a better means of rating, includ ing air and tractive resistance. He .states:— There has been considerable discussion -with regard to hill-climbing, and I have noticed that Professor Callender's formula is used in the majority of cases. The first notice this year was in the article by Arthur Chappie, a few weeks ago, in relation to classifying tie- light weight. This formula, as the reader is prob ably aware, includes the weight of thV rider, the weight of the machine, the piston displace ment and the time consumed in making the ascent as follows: ' ' M. equals Wl plus W2 divided by C x T. when M is the figure of merit, Wl is the weight of the rider, W2 is the weight of machine,. C th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE J.C. RACES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

NEWCASTLE J.C. RACES Appended are the fancies of our correspon dent for the various races to be run at this afteroon's meeting of the Newcastle Jockey Club : OPENING HANDICAP : GENERAL BRIDGES ? 1 New Brew ? - Lord Garde ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP : MANDOWA ? 1 Te Whare ? 2 Grey Sleeves ? 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP : THOGOONA ? 1 Never Down ? 2 Sticky Beak ? 3 NOVEMBER HANDICAP: DUKE ALWYNE ? 1 Wirrilla .'.'.'.' .'.' .'.' .'.' .'.' '.'.'.'. 3 NOVICE HANDICAP : PASPALENE ? 1 Potstick .. .. q ? 2 Lord Laddo ? .. .. 3 STEWARDS' MILE': TOP NOTCH ? ..1 . Kcnilic ? :. .. ?.. 2 Mandowa ? 3' |

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

. GErJERAL NOTES. 1 For. the month of October, motor cycles to the value of £2357 were imported into Victoria es- against £429 from the* United Kingdom. Motor cycle racing promises to boom in New Zealand this .seaaon: 'Most of the clubs are arranging programmes, and .riders will have the pleasure'-: hf racing 'at' Christchurch. Taukerenl kaM, and- Cmrterton again, as well as several other towns.- ?; The Pioneer Club will hold a race meetinc on a lance- scale on the Canter bury Park Racecoonec Jn. January, or February, for which bit prize-money ia to be given. Mr. J. B. Clarkooivthe most prominent figure in the motor cycle trade la Now, Zealand, ^who also holds many agencies on the Australian m&rktt, and' l», well- kJUjwa-. ne^ ha».,arrived back In Wellington (N.Z.-, after a six months' tour, abroad. ? -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

HAVE THAT DIRTY,ANO SOILED SUIT RENOVATED BY M.H. TH©SfAS -?-? 'Sv''' hxptrt ClciriiT' and IToxr. He will'. male it rqiul to N--w «t Me-inr.il- (Tutsr. , CALL. Wlin'K. or 'I'llO-Vr:. IJ1 V «l.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BASEBALL GOSSIP OF THE PLAY AND PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

BASEMMx^ GOSSIPVF THE PLAY AND PLAYERSr ? ' By SAFE. Lilt week's 6»rnea w'c well contested, ud ! provided good 'ball besides giving the fans «ur- j prises quite unexpected, but in MsebaU one c«n never ml huvv'-iuo rcb'ull win gu until lac ifan ot gjmo, j. ..'..,' . ;' ?' ' ?..' :-.??????'. The biggest »urprise was the .defeat of tho Winter Premiers by St. George, the victors full:/ : deserving the success. They are- the first oil the Summer cbmnetition tcanio 10- loyvcr the ' colors ur the Bfucancl' Kcd. '-..* ? 'I I' or the ?Winners , the bonor* are 'shared by Pitcher Huxley .and .third, baseman'- llcydon', both playing ^ball of a high standard. ! Huxley sav'lT J fine display from the mound, accounting; for ten batters whilst, making A presentation .on one occasion to; fi/51. From his deliveries, eight safe hits were made of which James. Moriarty was th£ '-'staff' performer with a three bagger, two bagger and' single for four times up. Hodgson. Beyers and Arm strong also connected ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONOST THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

AMONOST THE JUNIORS. At Maxrickville Ovat .the early game was provided by Illawarra Juniors and Lewisbam Juniors, and they gave creditable displays. It looked as if the lads from the coastline suburb were to be credited with a Chicago, but the Lewisham hopefuls got on to Pitcher Waites' deliveries in the last innings and rattled up did not tally the total required by two runs they suffered defeat. At Centennial Park, Y.M.C.A. suffered defeat from Waverley Juniors to the tune of a 'Chicago.' Both teams are trier* and possess an abundance of enthusiasm which argues well for their future. No one begrudges the winners the -victory. They went through two seasons without a win and always came up smiling each Saturday. At Sports' Ground, Mick Simmons did not have too much to spare from the inconsistent Leichhardt IL I. Campbell has thrown in bis lot for the rest of the season with the Hay market Brigade, and his services should be. of benefit to the team.' On the mound, on Satur day, he ac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE-FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

SATIONAL BASEBAITj LBAOTJB-JTUTURES FOB TO-BAY. FinST CBADE : St. . dtotse r. TCmrfcjr, .t Mtm'ck «iUe Orul, W. C. J. Kellj ; Petenhun v. Sydney, at Sporli Ground, D. Wvton. SECOND GRADE : Sydney v* KcgStcrrth, it Spora Ground, O Pnmbi ; Kiora v. lliclc Simmons, it M»r i-:ard'e, I'. Toanj; CAU.6JB.0. v. Lejehhurlt, Olua terr. TIOBD GRXOE : nKKarri Junior t. TTwluIsj Janior, it Oinhinnjil P*r'», eu^y, S, XUrSr ; J^iriilaiu OTunJor -. P.ddiajton. . «b CentrsaM Pail',' life, S. Hjrdy ; «LJbr v. SpttaJweU; -it LelchlkrK 0*4. i-V Wmberti W«irricr T. »t OtPtCT. «t Boelnndt, .WiUhmtt.

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THE CYCLIST SPORT ON THE METROPOLITAN TRACK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

tl$E CY08T . '. — — — ♦— - -. — 1 SPORT ON THE METROPOLITAN \ ??? TRACK By. BEpE CAnaOLL, . The, Central Cumberland Club will .provide a programme of races at the .'irraanui Oval this afternoon. Handicaps, over hplf. a mile and one mile, and. a three miles scratch race will be served up for the big 'trivia of enthusiasts who regularly attend the racing of the Cum berlondcrs. The FarrslnatM oval track ij ,n very good order just nuw. Racing will start at S.45. ? The coal strike was responsible for the aban donment of the programme o£ trac: races lilted I ior Wednesd»y night ,n the Sports Uruund. I The Centra) Cumberland C!ud had arvaneeo. to j hold two handicaps aud a scratch race, and I the Northern Suburbs Club a one mile handi ? I cap. Such poor nclds have not hitherto been seen I at an Kighi-Hour Carnival as those trotted out , to the public on Saturday last. Spread over the. five heats in each of the hajidicapi. there I were not more than 30 league riders, and only I Aout 20 Hinu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

THr. HOMK or i.IOOD I.HIUT. PALACE THEATRE r.vKiiv i:\knim; at s. Allen Doone as Tom Moore Allen Doone as Tom Moore jcativr: uth.vbsiiavs, i.

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DON'TS FOR ACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

DON'TS FOR ACTORS. A. Heckmann Van Buren. who played over 200 parts on the legitimate stage before he signed on with Fox, has drawn up a list of Don'ts for actors. Here's the list : — 'My first Don't is, don't follow my example and give good advice. 'Don't envy anybody on the stage. If the person of whom you are envious is a good r.ctor. it simpiy means lie is a nara worker. 11 he is n bad actor, he isn't worth any envy. 'Don't fail to be sincere, either on the stase or off. Posing fools nobody but yourself. 'Don't worry. If you owe anyone money, | ??cmembcr that the man whose debt you arc in I ?; probably worrying a ten-acre lot more than | -ou are. I 'Don't get into the dangerous habit of think ? ing the world is treating you badly. It's much ! too busy attending to its own affairs to waste ! time in hounding you. 'Don't expect praise for everything von do. Remember the story of the fellow who took the girl to the ball game. One of the out felders made a fine catch, and the chap s...

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SWIMMING LADIES' AMERICAN TOUR OFF: THE REASON WHY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

SWIMMING LADIES' AMERICAN TOUR OFF: THE REASON WHY By W. F COHBETT. j ? I I The New South Wales Ladies' Amateur I Swimming Association has elected its officers i and racing officials for the year. Mrs. Hush D. ! Mclntcsh is once more president, Mrs. W. I Chambers is hon. secretary again, Mias Mar , l;-:iI1 fills the post of hon. assistant secretary. The chief racing officials are -.—Starter. Mrs. , w. Lliambers : jmises. l.lesuamcs uugn i». ? : Mclntnsh A. D. I-evyer. A. Hill. O. G. Mrrritt. . i and II. Townsend and Miss K. Durack : and I | timekeepers, Misse, Gormley. Shoppee. Duff. ! ' Warren. Brophy and Mr- Terrey. J ? A new ladies' club, the Underclifte S.C.. iias ! affiliated with the N.S.W. L.A.S.A. This is the i j second recruit to the ranks of that body during '? ! the present season. j 1 ' ! | American Tour Off ' 1 To all intents and purposes the projected tour j I of America by representative Australian lady : I amateur swimmers is o.f unless some great j change takes plac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

kw I IV Ui-il I tllLA. I HH. .,„ -,™ *. Governing Director .. HUGH D. McINTOSH. FULL SHOW AS USUAL. THIS THEATRE HAVTNG ITS OWN ELE CTRIC INSTALLATION. V/ILI, r.'OT IV. AFFECTED BY THE COAL STP.IKE SEASON CLOSES TIVOI I T?C\\ I ICQ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2. I I V KJLA V UL.JLlE-r5 TWO HOURS' CONTINUOUS F.NTERTA IN'MENT THE PASSING SHOW, 1916-17. Opening Date Postponed until .Mm., Dec. '? PLAN AT NICHOLSONS AND TIVOLI. Phone. V)H City, for l!':.crve\

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

ROWING By ARGUS. A comparatively shore time ago Aus'rrfiians read with pleasure that Captain Fre'icr ck Sep timus Kelly had been awarded the DistinKuUhtd Service Cross: now it is cabled that he hat been killed in action in France. He was a brother of Mr. W. 11. Kelly. Member for Went worth in thc House of Representatives, and Colonel T. H. Kelly, an alderman of ire Ci:y Council. F. S. Kelly v.-as one of the three officers who remained at the observation pot in thc front trench during thc evacuation of Gallipoli. and ?vas one of the last men to leave the peninsuli. For this he was awarded the D.S.C.. He rowed for Oxford in thc boat race ol 1003. He was in the winning Leandtr Hcnl;. trews for thc Grand three times ard for ti-.e Stewards' once. His last race was in 190if. when he was in the crew of Leander veteran', winners of the eight-oared race .it thc Olympic regatta He was one of the greatest scullers of modern times, winning the Diamonds at Henley ir. IOO:. 1903. and 1305. and ne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GUN N.S.W. GUN CLUB FIVE-BIRD SWEEP By BEDE CARROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

THE GUN N.S.W. GUN CLUB FIVE-BIRD SWEEP By BEDE CARROLL. The largest muster of shooters that has been stcn for some consideiable time pat in an ap pearance at the ground* of the N.S. Wales Gpn Chth on Tueicia-. .-.flcrnoon. It was n-sniber ' private day. and each enjoyed the firiiiJe^e of inviting a friend. Twenty-two shooters nar- - ticip:.ted in the opening event, a live-birds .ween, v hkh was followed by n-.i*s-'ut sweep'. ''l-.c best shooting in the five-birds event «?« credited lo Mr. R. A. Hill and Tierce, both o-' v.l.oni shot their quintette v.i.h the tirit bar rel, un a day when the birds were a particularly ,-:ood lot. They divided the il sweep with M~.-srs. F. Collins. J. E. Meynink. and L. N. '?Valford. who used the second barrel once, and Mi. Allen Do'jnt. who ott in his second twice. Stu-h sood birds .if those of Tuesday are very rarely liberated. Some were as fan a» * war srrop'are. Details : — ri\'K ni«i-« a -tot. Ki-4. lirrr-. i.;tii., m:i ? i:. a. iii:i. ?_?:.-.!.....

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PROMINENT AMATEUR MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

PROMINENT AMATEUR MISSING. VI,.}. Schoficld, a prominent member of the Cycll3ts' Union and the City Cluh, . who, as chronicled in this column, wag wounded a few r.onths ago, is now reported missing. Schofield would onlv return to the firinn-line at the end of September or beginning of October, after re, covering from his wounds, aa Bob Tuck, the hon. Be.retary of the City Club, received a letter only a few days ago from1 -Perham Downs, in .England, dated Sept.- 24, in- which the ? miusing cyclist states : '?'.I have- recovered from my wounds, and I am going back to France this week; . . Some day I hope to return to good old Sydney, and Mascot in par ticular, and knock out some fun. I guess I could do a fast five miles on the wheel, if I were going to Yarra for a cwim.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EIGHT HOURS' NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

EIGHT HOURS' NIGHT. The next open racing for the League and Cyclists' Union riders is scheduled for Tuesday evening next, at the Sports Ground — that- is, providing the coal strike is settled. The Eight Hours' night carnival i5 to be held then. So far as the amateurs are concerned, it will mean the end of their open road racing season, and irom au appearances there will be very few meetings to follow for the League meni Entrfes are small, but this is only to be expected, with so many cyclists doing their bit at the front, and others among the Called-ups. However, there will he sufficient riders to make the racing interesting. ?,; The EnHeld-Burwood Club members will be treated to an eight miles handicap road raco on the Enfield-Bankstown course this afternoon! starting at 3. . The Enfield-Burwood Club officials deserve groat credit for the manner in which they keep the sport going in their district. The new clnb room5 are proving a boon to members, and are being well patronised. Jac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES THE WEEKEND WITH ROD AND LINE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

FISHING NOTES THE WEEfcENp WITH ROD AND LINE By RAMBLEn. High water Sydney Cove: To-day, 7;1&- £.»»., 8.17 pjn-i to-morrow, 8.30 ajn.,, 8.8 plm No fallin;-off in the blacknih about Bohdl. .Tlley arc beine taken very freely, lrora the northern end down to the cemetery, and are particularly Sood at McKe.nric's. It .hoald; bv ortu of the best- patronised spotj ar the week end, especially by eastern suburbs residents;; for the more distant grounds will not ,be' well ? W. Muliord and j. H^rnett ccciycd » .jood ruul of drummer ?nd mixed fis.li cm' Saturda at Bronte, and during the vreek soa-e-*{air catches were made in the sarr.c place. Beach fitheimen at Bon.!! landed a few etra *h!ting .nd' bream. Sslm-jfl and tailer are plentiful around tile coast near Bondi, but have not worked In much lately. Middle Harbor Is worth trying for blackfith, and near Killarncy jewEsh nrid black b.-saai . should kec;i «jck-endcrs employed. Some of the Manly cnthusuials caught c,oofi-$ siicil uchn.i...

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