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TRAINING WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK—THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
TRAINING WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Soeclala RANDWICK— THTIRSnAY The trainers again had the use of the outer portion of the course proper. Polycratcs led Mightiness over a mile :n 1.51. Machine Boy was not extended, and Canzone easily ran a mile and a quarter In 2.26. Wallace Isinflass ran seven furlongs in I.36J. finishing ? well. Nombi and Flavindin spurted five furlongs, and San Thome ran seven furlongs in 1.37J. Ready Aye Ready went usefully over three-quarters of a mile. Kagal took 1.24 in getting over six furlongs. Two Blues did easy work. Lord Marsh spurted, and Alasco ran five furloncs in 1.10. Inia, Lord Disgrace and Princess Freda ran six furlongs in 1.22. A furlong fur ther distance was got over by Coat o' Mail in 1.38. Hopoast went steadily, and Narivo spurted at the end of a useful round. A mile at even-time pace was run by Rouen. Coiupo was not at his top. while Hopfield ran seven furlongs in 1.39. Cagou and Hippodamus put three-quarters of a mi...
TRACK RACING FOR LEAGUE RIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
TRACK RACING FOR LEAGUE RIDERS. According to Mr. J. Freeman, the secretary of the Ashfield Club, the Pratten Park track will shortly be available each week end for combined track races for the Ashfield and Cen tral Cumberland members. Mr. Freeman hopes to make a start with the track racing about the middle of September, and the League clubs will start off with a programme compris ing handicaps over a half-mile, one mile, and two miles, and a five miles scratch race. This racJnir should eet the riders into eood condi tion for Eight Hours' Day, where big prizes are offered. There is a movement on foot to form a League club at Campsie. Mr. Bruce, the local cycle agent, is at the bead of it. There are a great many young riders in and around the Campsie district, and, once formed, it is pre dicted that the club will boom. Racing cyclists, both amateur and profes sional, should note the fact that entries for all events at the Eight Hours' sports on October 2, at the Agricultural Ground, a...
AMATEUR CYCLISTS WINS D.C.M. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
AMATEUR CYCLISTS WTNS D.C.M. Pat Connell, ex-secretary of the Newtown Club, and a very popular figure in amateur cycling circles, has been awarded the D.CM. for gallant deeds against the Huns in France. This will be welcome news to his many cycling friends here. Entries close to-day with honorary secretary Frank Watson for the open road race from Granville to Camden on Saturday next, which is being promoted by the Central Cumberland Clnb. The race will start from Granville at 2.45, and the clothes of the competitors will 'be conveyed to the finish for them. The dis tance of the event is about 30 miles.
SUNDAY AT FRENCH'S FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
SUNDAY AT FRENCH'S FOREST. The exeootive of the N.S.W. Cyclists' Union, at its meeting on Wednesday, decided that the first 'working Sunday' at French's Forest, for amateur cyclists, shall take place to-morrow week, August 27. Riders will meet at the Cus toms House at nine o'clock, and should pro vide their own food. Tools will be provided for them. For a start, the amateur cyclists have been given an allotment of land to clear. This ac complished they will then build a home for some returned soldier. The whole of the mem bers of the executive will be present, and do their bit, as well as the riders. From all ac counts, there will be a large mnster of wheel men for the occasion. They are all needed, as there is plenty of work to do. For those who do not fancy the ride out to French's Forest by wheeL there will be a motor lorry.
THE CYCLIST BIG ROAD RACING PROGRAMME: SOLDIERS' HOMES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
THE CYCLIST BIG ROAD RACING PROGRAMME: SOLDIERS' HOMES By BEDE CARROLL, There is a fairly busy programme of road races in the list to-day for decision. Half a dozen clubs will be engaged. The Central Cum berland and Ashficld clubs are to combine, as usual, and hold a 10 miles handicap on the Granville course, and there is a big entry for the event. The Enfield-Burwood Club is to use the local course for an eight miles handicap, while the Marridcville Club will also use this course for a 16 miles handicap. Newtown club ? members will go to the Bunnerong conrse to contest a 10 miles handicap. That go-ahead amateur club up north, the Fullerton Cove, will run a seven miles handicap in connection with the C.T. Taylor Cup.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
GENERAL NOTES. It is a wonder that some or the amateur clubs, who find it difficult, these days, to get a field together for racing, do not follow the example of the Central Cumberland and Ashfield clubs, whose combined races each week are so popu lar, and attract big entries. The hanillcaps for members of rhe Cyclists' Union at the Eight-Hours' night sports at the end of October have been fixed for half a mile and one mile. The prizes in each case are £6, £3, and £1. The Helensburgh Club held a road race on Saturday last from Sutherland to Helensburgh, a distance of 17 miles. There were 12 starters. The result was a win for F. Harper (20sec). with W. Fisher (scr.) second and H. Collins (2.30) third. The winner's time was 49min 20sec. The prizes were £2/2/, 25/. and 15.'. Only two of the Ashfield Club riders turned up for the combined road race with Central Cumberland Club on Saturday. C. Shepherd son (3.30) won by 33sec, with evergreen Frank Watson (2.25) in second place, and H. He...
WHILE THE BILLY BOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
WHILE THE BILLY BOILS. The first production of White the .Billy Boils jL^ea^R^-T^c^^ ?,rrnt class from .-.11 cither Australian plavs that have bee n pTod ,c=d. and thou.l, it is de ^^aco.Wdrama.hw.n avemu,c and sP«ia'y-c™' La';.son.J works. While The« w 23 characters, and they are countrv Australian types, including trie country doctor, the country bank manager, and a country Sal vation Army. There is no villain, and alto gether the play- is wholesome and sound. As Paul Romain in The Story of tHe Rosary, at Melbourne Theatre Royal, Frank Harvey is supposed to accomplish a walk of some hun dreds of miles in escaping from servitude at the mines, and. in the proper manner of the hero, puts in his appearance just in the nick of time to save himself from the dishonor of a deserter and his Wife from taking the veil at a convent. The incident awakened Frank Harvcys recollection of an experience in his | early youth, when he ran away from home. With a companion he walked from Manchester to ...
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
[?] THEATRICAL TIT-BITS '. , Several changes at the Tivoli to-day. j&Sg biriu': is u- Aibm Go°s«'5' the : - Margaret Jewell will open at the Melbourne - Xivoli next week. Too many Cook, are cti'.l n-.=Mnc a mew of the home buildine at the Criterion. . The Strollers announee a chance of pro ? J£™£ « the Palace, starting at to-day's The Sonoma will carry another batch of cg££t wee? ^het wlu^uuTjn^y m2^%G°'v ' a vd his comPany !'ve by the Z^Tw,?eW 'eaIand nc« Thursday, and ?pen at Wellington on the 30th inst. Goine with Goldin will be Bill Pruitt. Marie JUng-Scott, Minncttc and Sidclli, Hay and Crawford (dancing girls), and Gosward. In the Strollers' third programme, at the Pllace to-day, new nftnbers will include A Game of Cards in three deals. Bridge, Whist. *£i Na£l » .novelty song entitled My Flat, a ?kit on The Merry Widow, and, by request, the company will repeat the burlesque, A Spanish Sinl Fight. UtmtetO, the crazy tumbler, at the Melbourne TiroU, who will go to New Ze...
MARY PICKFORD COMPANY FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
MARY PICKFORD COMPANY FORMED. 'Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your company grow ?' has been a question before the motion picture public for some time. Large , flocks of rumors have percolated through the atmosphere in regord to new concerns. Pick ford contracts with mergers, and so on. But it's all over now for a time at least, says Motography. The Pickford Film Corporation has filed articles of incorporation at Albany, New York. The new company is capitalised at £10,000 and its incorporators are Gladys Mary Moore, Charlotte Smith, and Denis F. O'Brien. The formation of the new company is in reality a ratification of the verbal agreement made between Miss Pickford and the Famous Players Film Company at the first of the year, which stipulated that the star should receive 50 per cent, of the proceeds from her produc- I tions. Miss Pickford has just begun a new i picture at the Famous Players Studio. 1 The vote in the Popular Player contest in '? America when the last mail left s...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
Metropolitan Catho lic Schools' Rugby I^casue Representa tive Team, which de feated Newcastlo Combined Public SchoolB'by 24 to nil In Sydney on Satur- ? day last. . . Back row: Bates (N.S.), Stevens (F.L.), Warn or tKog.), Moran (St. B.), Kraser (Ko«.), Doyle (N.S.). Walsh (Wmead). SittlnB: Tultl (St.B.), O'Neill (St. B.), Fagan (Wmead, captain), Trncey (St. B.). Eng liBh (Kop.), O'Con nor (S.H.), Fitz gerald (F.L.). In front: Valentino (Westmea'I), McNal ley (RU).
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS The Phantom at the Crystal Palace. Fairbanks anJ a new Tiiansle programme at the Lyceum to-nijht. Lo the H:ir-brecd (Fine Arts). The Eye of the Night (Fine Arts), and Her Marble Heart (Keystone). An adaptation of Bret H;ric's charming story. In the Carauine:: Woods, Lo the Half-breed features Duii^a. Fairbanks with Aline Reuben, Jewel Carmen, Sam dc Gras:;, and George Be rangcr in his support. The spectacle thrill o£ the film is a forest fire, said to be the bigeesl ever filmed. Doug, portrays Lo Normantc, a half-breed In dian, who lives with an eccentric old botanist in a log cabin in the Ca-quincz Woods. On the death of the old man. Lo findr. himself despised by white men because of his aboriginal blood. As an outcsst he hocj :o the woods and makes his abode in a big hollow redwood tree, his life in which adds many fine directorial touches to the piece, ar, well as giving Fair banks' happy personality full play. bf the picture. The Movinfr Picture World says: 'Lo ...
TO-DAY'S SOCCER FIXTURES. Knock-out Competition.-Semi-final. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
TO-DAY'S SOCCER FIXTURES. Knock-out Competition.- Sronl-llna]. \niumlalc v Y.M.O. S.. frlcki-t Crvtini, 3.15 ; D. Dovd; ' (!. Kooki .mil 1% J-inxfonl. linosimi.. BaltlMin v u'.vaI !-?»'?-'. Spirts firouncl. S.15 ; VT. A. WriBUt; .'. MfDomM and ..I. C'itKnn. llnpnnrn. Arconri Lrainie : Kiaora v Sunlight, Ilin-hciorp Oral, 3 15 II. I«ra; l'emlcisrh v laneartilre Sml.-ty, Cricket Oroind. US. H. Read ; Pyrmont v mimsiin, Sport, Ground, 1.43, A. L. Peaty ; Annan-lale rcccii/e a furfrit from Drumraojne ; Mascot, a bar*.
SOCCER NOTES KNOCK-OUT SEMI-FINALS THIS AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
SOCCER NOTES KNOCK-OUT SEMI-FINALS THIS AFTERNOON By VOLUNTEER. The semi-finals of the Knock-out competition i —for which Annanda!o. Y.M.C.A.. Balmain. and Royal Navy have qualified — will be played i this afternoon, and as a defeat means 'good- 1 bye,' this condition i:i hound to coir.pc! the ; quartette to put forward every ounce ol energy | in order that 'th? axe' shall not descend on i them. Similarly, the fact that the winners ?will contest in the final is sufficient inducement to the various captains and the men under their charge to fight to ensure a place in t'le last match for the City Championship. I Long before the first league competition reached its final round, the fact that Annan dale could not be rooted from their position as winners undermined in many instances the enthusiasm of the other competitors, and for tne want of this essential the latest contests have been more or less barren of interest. But with this enthusiasm re-awakened, as it were, the deficiency appa...
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL NOTES The Players and Semi-Finals : To-day's Match [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL NOTES The Players and Semi-Finals : To-day's Match By ONLOOKER. Final games are seldom things to conjure ] with. The responsibility weighs heavily on the players, and the issue is too important to tske risks. Test-match cricket is in the same category, and it is only a Renrus like the laic Victor Tnunper that rises superior to the con ditions. The first semi-final between Fitzroy and Collingwood was no exception to the rule. 1 he first half was slightly unintercsline. but the pace increased in the second naif, and I'iuroy made a magnificent recovery. The turnstiles disclosed that 9638 people at tended the game — a moderate crowd in the cir cumstances. But these were war conditions. At the same time, it Ie curious that racing has suffered no falling-off in popularity. In point of fact, the Turf is booming, and for the Grand Nationals at Caulfield there were bum per attendances. Good judges say that the crowds on the flat at the heath were well up to Caulfield Cup s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
SOCCER TO-DAY. LAST SATIIIDAY MAKY WITNESSED AX KXCKIAKST IlflillV t.i:.\Cl I) CAW.'. THOSE WHO DID 1HTS AN OmmiTNlTY Of Sl-XlNfl bfl.Mi: CHAMPION SOCCER TO-DAY. COME AND COMP.UW Till: (JAMES, AND Slit WHICH IS FOOTBALL OF THK TWO 1/ODI3. ANNANDALE v. Y.M.C.A., Cricket Ground ) Semi-Rnals BALMAIN t. ROYAL NAyY, Sports Ground ) 'Knock-Out' Comp. VABLY GAMES EACH QlcOl'ND. ADMISSION. STAND S1XTKXCB.
NEW SOUTH WALES GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
NEW SOUTH WALES GOSSIP By WARATAH. Results of the remaining matches. In the round now being played can have no bearing on the semi-final games, yet there is fortunately keen rivalry between the teams. Balmain, whose only defeat was from Paddington, will meet the latter team to-day at Rushcutters Bay Oval, and indications suggest that the match will be fought out as keenly as if the premier ship hung in the balance. Balmain won or. their first meeting, but in the second round Paddington completely outclassed their oppo nents. To-day's engagement promises well, as the clubs arc seized with the importance of a genuine trial of strength in view of the prjxi mity of the final games. Paddington in their best form are a more brilliant and nippy side than Balmain. who build more on solid and orthodox lines of play. Tactics should have much to do with the result. There is every reason to anticipate a sterling contest and hard-won victory, seeing that each team is well favored in public opini...