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SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS La:-t day of Charles Chaplin at Lyric and Empress. Triangles at the Lyceum to-night include The Primal Lure, with William S. Hart, and The Movie Star, with Mack Swain ; while The Battle Cry of Peace will be shown for the last time in the city. On Monday The No Good Guy. with William Collier, will re place the big Vitagraph production-. William S. Hart and his company journeyed to the snowy wilds of North-Wcst Canada for the filming of The Piimal Lure, an Ince pro duction. Included in his company of fifty players were Robert McKim and Margery Wilson. Margery is the woman in the case, while Robert, as usual, is the base villain. In one scene Bob goes through a gruelling GRACE HANSEN, A TIVOLI COMEDIENNE, WHO POSSESSES A VERY FINE VOICE fistic encounter v.'ilh big six-foot Hart, and after his licking, as he felt himself over, re- . marked : 'I'm supposed to be a coward, eh ? Wonder what would be left of me if I'd been a brave man ?' The film is replete with thrilling e...
TEUTON GONE CRAZY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
TEUTON GONE CRAZY. The adoption of French fashions in dress is a penl offence in Alsace-Lorraine, and the Ger- ! man military authorities have issued a new de- j ^cree prohibiting the introduction into those I provinces of any French fashion papers. A minimum of one month's imprisonment is the penalty provided for infringements of this new regulation. that all the commanding generals in Germany have issued decrees prohibiting the use of bicycles for pleasure. Any policeman may stop any bicyclist and demand from him proof that he is proceeding to or from his place of occu pation or that he is delivering goods for some registered firm. It is announced that the bicycles of offenders will be confiscated.
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
COURSING By 'AMES3URY.''. The last of this season's Waterloo Cups, that of Queensland, will be decided at the Rocldca enclosure, near Brisbane, on 19th and 2 lit insts. The Queensland Waterloo Cup is for 32 all ages at 3gs, with lOgs added by the Q.C.A.. and a handsome cup donated by Mr. Tom McGuire, the well-known Brisbane en thusiast of the leash. There will be a Purse and Plate run in conjunction with the Cup. Nominations close on 17tii inst. The committee of the N.S.W.N.C.A. meet at Bateman's Hotel, Gcorgc-strcet, city, next Monday evening, the chief business to be the drafting of the N.S.W. St. Lejcr and Champion Cup programme, End the appointment of selec tors to choose the N.S.W. team for the Inter state 'Test' match. The third meeting of the season under the auspices of the Nanioi C.C. will take place at the Dangar Park enclosure. West Narrabri, next Wednesday. It is said that this club has one of the best enclosures in the State. There is to be a big meeting at Bingara on 2...
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
GENERAL NOTES. The executive of the Cyclists' Union will meet at the Sports' Club on Wednesday even ing next. It is quite a while since Charlie Fittler was beaten for fastest lime honors. He enjoyed the experience on Saturday last in the Com bined Five Miles' Road Race, of the Ashfield and Central Cumberland Clubs. He could not get up to his field, and T. J. Wilson (35secs) scored fastest time. He put up a good ride, covenns -nc cuurac Ml itimu jiacv., v* ,»,,». *n tler took 9sec longer. The placed men were : N. Bowerman (2.30), 1 ; E. Mansfield (2.35), 2 ; Frank Watson (1.10), 3. That the combined races of the Ashfield and Central Cumberland Clubs are popular, is proved by the fact that 25 riders started in last Saturday's event F. Cryer, with a start of lmin 20sec (riding time, 30min 17sec), won the Marrickville Club's Martin Handicap, run over 10 miles, last week end. He won very comfortably from R. W. Webber (20sec) and L. Wellman (2.30). Web ber obtained the fastest time honors...
NOT FOR MONEY, BUT FOR FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
NOT FCR MONEY, EUT FOR FRANCE. A prominent S=i:th American promoter, who has been in search of talent for the projected boxing tournament in Buenos Aires, tells that durin-- his recent trip to France he offered Georrw Carncniicr something like £20,000 for two bouts, with ;: further percentage of the gate receipts for the French Red Cross Fund. He secured consent of the French authorities for three months' furlough for Carpcntier. but wtcn he made his offer Georges replied: 'No, I do not fight for money now, but for France. When the war ends, if I survive. I will fight in your country, but not before.'
WAR WHIFFS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
[?] In Encland some of the vinegary ones, coun ICTa^tk^d0yioPVaiL0rhoPwra?aiknstAtUhe- man or the woman who uses petrol for a motor ;;E^SSEKh^f^a bid'y^s -oh*^ *hc« j. h^rfly . m-^or woman who is not, in o y towards vfctory If the e is a serious shortage of petrol Ut us have a system of petrol tickets and proper control If it means that any of our motoring will leave the men at the front short ot a single drop, a word from the Government w.1 be sufficient to stop motoring cltogether. But this impudent assumption that every man on a motor bicycle is shirking his duty is repugnant £ the last decree. The consequence of this attitude I can illustrate by two stones, for the truth of both of which I can vouch and both of\hem relate to men who regularly commit the crime of motor cycling on bundays when ever they net the opportunity. S was en a train travelling towards London that one of the interfering busy-bodies an old lady, leant over to a young man, well-built and bronzed, but dressed ...
TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION. Just prior to the memorable charge ot the Liverpool Scottish at Hoogc, a year ago, two young privates, named Carruthers and Dunt, who had been life-long pals, attended a com munion service held within sound of the gurrs. Whilst waiting for the order to leap over the trenches and charge, the two men discussed the matter of a will. Dunt told his friend that had left his New Testament to his fiancee, whereupon Carruthers said, 'If anything hap pens to me will you sec that Ella gets my Testament ?' Ella being his fiancee. The charge was made. Carruthers was killed and Dunt came out unscathed, only to be sub sequently wounded. Whilst he was in hospital the regimental authorities examined the valises of the men who had been killed, and the Testa ment was found in the valise, and some photo graphs, one Derforatcd by a bullet, found on the dead body of young Carrutliers, ultimately reaching his mother, the wife of Mr. Hugh Car ruthcrs, a Bootlc magistrate. Inval...
BOXING ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
BOXING ANSWERS. W.P. (Melbourne) : Costello was a middle OK '(Pvrmont) : Sid Sullivan lost to Hughic Mcheganin 20 round3. December. 23. 1908. E.J. (Surry Hills) : Clabby and Smith met six times. Smith won first, the second and third were draws ; Clabby won the fourth, Smith the fifth, and Clabby the sixth. OUTER (Stadium).: Crouse states .that he was never knocked-but prior to coming to this WHISFKR (Esccndon) : Hughie Mehegan was born at North Melbourne, August 26, 1886. (2) He had more contests than McCoy. (3) September 22 1905, when he' beat J. Prid more in six rounds. Mehegan's first contest in Sydney was against Bob Turner ; ihey boxed a 20-round draw, at the Gaiety Hall on October 15. 1907. D.T. (Balmain) : You are wrong as to date and place. Farnan and Jackson met in 1884 at Hunt's Assembly Rooms. Sydney. There was no White Horse Hall then. DEMPSEY (R.S.A.) : In August. 1885, Jack Hall (9.12) defeated George Powell' (8.10) at Athol Gardens, in the open. No, not. with naked ha...
COLE AND MOY TO-NIGHT Edwards Declines to Agre to Moy Making 10-stone [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
COLE AND MOY TO-NIGHT Edwcud* Declines to Agrc to Moy Making 10-stone Through. Mr. Baillieu, for Edwards, declining to allow Moy to come in at lOst. the contest be tween this clever. pair intended for to-night has been called off. and Jack Cole will' take the Welsh lad's place in opposition to the American. Though a contest between welters, there will be a wide difference in weight. Cole will probably weigh the full limit, 10.7, while Moy, if more than 1 0.1, will probably not be seen at his best. The lalter's greater experience and much superior science will counteract any inequality in weight. On Cole's last Monday night's showing it would appear that Moy will have little or no difficulty in securing the verdict. But it is not wise to regard that contest as a guide to Cole's capabilities, as in another part of these notes 1 have pointed out that in Cairns the Sydney boy met one of those awkward customers who would probably make a better and more experienced boxer than Cole look ch...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
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AMONG THE BOXERS :: BRIGHT GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS Jack Cole Supplants Llew Edwards against Eddie Moy at Stadium To-night [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
AMONG THE BOXERS :: BRIGHT GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS Jack Cole Supplants Llew Edwards against Eddie Moy at Stadium To-night By 'Solar-Plexus' Moy and Stone are to meet in Melbourne next Saturday night. It ought to be very in teresting. Next Saturday night Fritz Holland win de fend his- welter-weight title against the man from vrtiom he won it— Tommy Uren. Both are confident. . Stan Meeson (9.6) had Peter Hansen (9.8) fo badly rattled in the 2nd round of what wat to have been a six-rounder, at the Stadium on Monday night, that Mr. Heferce Fred Baker called a' half, and declared him the winner. '?'Tommy Ryan is offered a match at Broken Rill ? with Deinhoff. who claims to be featber ' weight champion of South Australia. The latter, they say, is pretty good. ? -Harry Marquet, the' improved New Zealand heavyweight, wants to meet Jim Tracey. Barkis a willin'. 10 Mr. R. L. Baker might stage the match one Monday night. ? Tommy O'Brien, the gritty lightweight has Him lied from the front with hi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
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BOWLS GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
-m/m:: ENWfCorbetti 'No,' said Mr. Felix Booth, on Thursday, 'there were no 'knarks' anywhere. They were all 'knuts.' l-'rom Grafton to Lismore, to Bal Iina, to BanRalow, to Brisbane, Ipswich and Toowoomba, it was always the same. We met bowlcro in every sense and meaning of the term. So:nc did not roll their woods up well. Others rolled them up too well for us. But every man of them was a good bowler in the social acceptation of the term.' Mr. Booth was rcferrinc to the recent trip to the Northern Rivers of this State and to Queensland of 'the Knuts.' 'We were essentially a sporting team,' con tinued Mr. Booth, 'and we kept that fact in view all the time. So did our hosts everywhere. .Consequently we have returned with pleasant memories, which will never be effaced. We have already made up our minds to go the same way asain next year. It was two and a half weeks of unalloyed joy.' Still Mr. Bcoth : 'We played three camel at Grafton. which place we reached via Glen Innes, and were b...
MATINEE GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
MATINEE GOSSIP The cold ' wet and miserable weather caused a big. falling oft in Thursday afternoon's Mr tendance at the Stadium matinee. Jim .Ho.Iden showed a return to form in a. three-round bout, the opening item. Jack Cole showed plenty of speed and condition against Frank Thomas in an exhibition spar. Eddie. Moy showed superb science in a bout with All Davis. Then came the popular Tommy Uren, who had. Freddy Brett as spar ring partner in a three-round exhibition spar. UrCIl JUUK3 JJBC aU4JJ}JJJJ& u»&£.i.«, jhwh^v. »--u better than ever before — so. Fritz Holland, look out ! Fernand Quendreux gave his op ponent. Peter Jackson, aftather Frenchman, a rare hiding for the first few moments of their three-round exhibition spar. Quendreux cer tainly looks better than ever. Jack Read, who is to meet Quendreux on Monday night, gave Joe Whyte, who once boxed under the name of Sailor Carpenter, a bad time in. a three-round bout. In the olden days . Carpenter boxed at feath...
FANNING AND SPARGO Clever International Featherweights in Return Contest at Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
FANNING AND SPARGO Clever International Featherweights in Return Contest at Melbourne Arlos Fanning, the American featherweight, is to make his' second appearance in this coun try at the Melbourne Stadium to-night, in a return match with the local featherweight cham pion. Their first battle, three weeks back, came to an unsatisfactory ending in the seventh round Fanning being disqualified for holding and hitting, methods, he explained, which were tolerated in America. He had been cautioned in previous rounds. He stated that in his ex citement he found it impossible to suddenly brrak himself off that- to which he had so long been accustomed. He asked for a return match, hence to-night's fixture. Our Melbourne cor respondent states that though Spargo is evi dently the cleverer boxer. Fanning is the heavier hitter, hence an exciting contest should be seen.
KAY AND CLABBY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
. KAY AND CLABBY A correspondent writes : — The suggestion of The Arrow that Kay and Clabby should be matched .is. a -most .admirable* one, .as, in'ray opinion, Kay has qualified' to meet Clabby. I saw Kay defeat Mick 'King in Melbourne, also Stone and Uren in Sydney, and in my opinion a clash with Clabby would attract much at tention. Few of our Australian boxers can claim such a record of successes as Kay. I looked on his defeat of Mick King as a most attractive performance. Kay gave King 111b Now many of our local fans have paid a wcllrearncd compliment to the undoubted clever ness of Harry Stone, or to the forcing tactics of Tommy Uren. Yet Kay made both look very cheap at various stages of their contests, and certainly displayed- greater cleverness than Stone, giving a masterly exhibition. Against Uren he surpassed himself, for on more than one occasipn . Uren . missed so badly that the force of his blows caused him to squat on the floor.' ? Clabby is a great boxer and ring gen...
V.A.T.C. STEEPLECHASE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
V.A.T.C STEEPLECHASE MEETING SEOOKD DAY— SATOKDAY. AnGUST 11 AKKARiaGA HUBDLE— 2 miles 1 furlang and 61 yards. CTo sort at 1.30.) stlb stlb Balllsta ? _11 ( llnuday .. _ _ _ s 7 Lord Dudley ? 11 4 Union Anns „ „ _ 0 4 llypo .. .. _ .. .. 10 10 Bundong ? _ D 4 Becassine.. .. .. .. 10 8 Glcnbolt ? „ 9 3 Bitter AJo ...... 10 7 Bill Brandon.. _ „ 0 3 Boyeo _„.... 10 6 Prince Alphooso.. _ 9 2 War Mist, _ .. „ 10 0 CarpathuJ.. .. „ _ 9 1 Rlverncok ? go Blind Murphy .. _ 9 1 llucli ?? - ? 0 8 Loch Doon .. .. _ 9 0 Sir Prim.. „ .... 0 8 ITince Aurata „ .. 9 0 Litmus _ ? 9 8 Barwidgve. . .. _ _ 9 0 Kamoth „ ? 9 7 Suuyteu Do/vU „ „ 9 0 CHATSWOma PLATE— 1 mile. (To start at 2^5.) Wedre.. _ „ .. _ 9 10 Fayetu .. _. „ „ 1 1 Mudros ? ? 8 8 ltys ? „ 7 1 Also! .......... 8 2 Sprint: Song.. „ „ 7 1 Kdrinjton .. .. „ 7 11 Bridgend ? „ 7 0 King's Bounty ., .. 7 10 Grand Alliance _ „ 8 U King Kora ? 7 10 Downright.. .. „ _ 6 0 Lady Narcissa .. _ 7 9 Wartime ...._, 0 7 Tiflis ? 7 7 Nonplussed „ _ „ 8 7 ...