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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
(MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDN EY.) VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. ROSFHII I SATURDAY Now Open— A.J.C. and V.R.C. Derbies Epsom and Metropolitan Caulfield and Melbourne Cups DOUBLE, STRAIGHTOUT, PLACE ASK FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS STARTING PRICE, WIN OR PLACE ALL GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES W AUSTRALASIA. SUFFICIENT ADDRESS-A. BYERS. SYD N-\.
FISHING NOTES HINTS FOR SPORTSMAN AT THE WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
FISHING NOTES HINTS FOR SPORTSMAN AT THE WEEK-END By PISCATOR. High water at Sydney to-day at 7.18 a.m. and 7.45 p.m.. to-morrow at 8.9 a.m. and 8.31 p.m. Black-bream are still about some of the handy fishing resorts. Decent catches have been reported at Port Hacking. Como. Lang's Point, Woy Woy. and Cowan Creek. Salt-pan, I some line miles a bovc the Com? Bridse, is worth a trinl if the man who fishes for bream uses fine sillt or thread lines and Jap gut. There has not been much rain over George's River, which was clear this week up to Thursday, later than which no information regarding it is to hand. The rain records will tell hshermen all they want to know. I a P-:rouse as a scttine-ouv centre fir ocean fishermen is likely to be visited to-day and to-morrow by men who know the off-«hore grounds that can be reached in an hour's pull or run in an oil-launch. The launch parties arc nearly certain to catch the most rish, be t.-.'jsc if one spot yields nothing th: run to another may b...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
CRICKET By NOT OUT. Burwood United A, who tobanded last sea son, have been re-formed, with Aubrey Ball hon. secretary. The club has decided to again play In the Western Suburbs Association, and ex pects to have H. A. McDonald (Newtown Con gregationals), Wiltshire (Botany), Mathers, and G. Winley (Churches' Union). 92A, win ners two seasons in succession of Protestant Alliance Asociation, is another team to play First Grade in W.S.C.A. This club has a strontr side. W. Birke, H. W. French, H. Elliott (late of Erskineville, who had an averrre of 80 last season) are all crack rungetters. Owing to en listments, Compsie intends to run only one team. With several cx-B team members the club hope to place a strong side in First Grade. Mct ters, Ltd., are endeavoring also to place a strong team in the First Grade competition. The Association will meet on Monday night, when several matters of concern to the com ing season will be brought forward for dis cussion. The news that Lieutenant Charle...
TO-DAY'S RIFLE FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
TO-DAY'S RIFLE FIXTURES Auburn. Mrtropfllitan Athlrlii- Sports. Nr.Tth Svdnpr A.M.I'. Soci.'tr. I'ulilir Work. Drpt. Aalinr-M. J IVtrrtlum Annnnrlilr. Prt-«s Araocintrd Wirchouicnicn. lUnd.vkk Hrimorr. Kofkdllr lUlnnin Ramlwick Iiutitntn Durwoud Krei'tnir.lioiK'rurj Drpt. «':ij-fl;. strathflcld CrK'V..itoo norkrirrl Syilnpy KaKt'r.i huhurb.1 si. Ucorze Con. Prinlins Ofllw Wnndcrllch Hatx-rHrlil Waverley I.an-U Department YiirUlilfo Soi-irt/ I.ojrion of Krotititramfn ^ urnllii (At Ixmx Bay.) IfcinVftown Marriikiillf Callan Park
BIG RELIABILITY TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
BIG RELIABILITY TRIAL. The Motor CycJe Club of N.S.W. will hold a#. big reliability trial for solo machines and side-cars on Eight Hours Day and the Satur day preceding. It is proposed to run to Mount Victoria, and thence on to Yetholme on the Saturday, and return on the Monday. ' Four trophies are already in hand. Messrs. Milledge Bros, have presented £2/2/, Messrs. Barnett Glass a similar amount, and J. Macfarlane and Frank Dclandro a guinea each.
MOTOR CYCLING STRENUOUS 24 HOURS' TRIAL: 25 COMPETITORS FINISH [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
MOTOR CYCLING STRENUOUS 24 HOURS' TRIAL: 25 COMPETITORS FINISH , By BEDE CARROLL. The first 24-hours1 reliability trial of the Victorian Motor Cycle Club, which finished at 9 o'clock on Saturday night last, was a great success, and it is extremely probable that it will be made an annual affair. A very line field — 45 — for these times contested the trial, which proved a strenuous affair, only 10 competitors getting through without loss of points, while six others finished on time, but lost points. Nine others finished late. Twenty-four, over 50 per cent, of the com petitors, did not complete the run. Two of the competitors — J. Doudney and C. S. Simmons — had nasty falls. The former, through misjudging a corner, owing to the failure of his lights, came a terrible cropper, and dislocated his left shoulder. Assisted by a fellow-competitor, Doudney remounted, and hastened to Tcrang, where he had the shoul der set. He then mounted his machine and rode the 137 miles into Melbourne, with ...
SIDE-CAR TRIAL TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
SIDE-CAR TRIAL TO-DAT. At the time of writing there are 16 entries in hand for the side-car trial of the Motor Cycle Club of N.S.W., which Is to. be held this afternoon, and, as post entries will also be accepted, a good field is expected. The trial is to start at 3 o'clock, from the horse trough at the top of the Spit hill. Thence the course is through French's Forest to Rocklily ana Narrabeen, returning to the starting point via Manly and' the Red Hill. The distance Is slightly over 28 miles. Speedometres will not be allowed. There will be one secret check, and also a control at Rocklily hotel. No latitude will be allowed for early or late arrival. First prize is a silver wristlet watch, presented by Mr. L. Vandenburgh, and second prize a fine framed certificate.
BOOTH AWARDED RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
BOOTH AWARDED RECORDS. Jack Booth's appeal against the action of the Victorian Motor Cycle Club, in depriving him cf his records on a technicality, was success ful. The club has decided to issue certificate; to Booth for hi3 fine rides, which are as fol low : 1-mile, 18 4-5sec. 95.75 m.p.h.; one mile. 37 3-5sec 95.75 m.p.h.; five miles, 3min 25scc. 88.01 m.p.h.; ten miles. 7min 45scc. 77.01 m.p.h. The records were all established on a 7-h.p. Indian. Handicaps for the Marricfci-ille Club's 16 miles road race, on the En,ield-Banl:sto'--n course this afternoon : T. W. Denham. W. Cook, R. W. Webber, scr : F. Crycr. 3Csc: ; P. J.- Black, J. O'Brien, lmin : W. Davis, lmin 20scc ; W. Procter. J. Pcddic, lmin 40sec : G. Papworth A. Bunvan. 2rrin 30scc : R. Marshal!. 2p-.in 40scc ; T. Pearce. 3min ; IT. Summers. -3n-.in Msec : L. Wcllman. 3:nin 408CC ; C. Walker, H. Bunyan. C. Papworth. E. Papworth. J. Moore. 4min lOscc : .1. Turner T. Hokombe, A Hising. 4min 20fcc : L. Saun ders. V. Smith. ...
BUSY TAMWORTH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
BUSY TAMWORTH CLUB. Among the rural clubs, that at Tamworth ii the most go-ahead. It keeps its members going constantly, and sets a fine example to the city clubs, which are so dead, to follow. Last Wednesday the club held a hill clhnb, over a one mile course. It was a double barrelled affair. One climb was for members and another for unattached riders. The former was won by C. Halllday on a 2J Douglas in lmin 31lsec The unattached race went to E. Cooper (3J Triumph) in lmin 22sec. The 'Grand Final' on Saturday saw E. Cooper (31 Triumph) and G. F. Orman (35 Rover) in opposition, and it was a great race. Orman sot off the mark exceptionally Well, gaining 15 to 20 yards on Cooper. The latter came with a. .great run at the finish, however, and won by four yards, ami: great excitement Coopt/» time, from a standing start; for the mile was lmin 12 3-£iec— exceptionally good for a machine of 3l-r7.p. The Tamworth Club has decided to Hold a carnival on the local track on the third Wednesday...
PROMINENT RIDER WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
PROMINENT RIDER WOUNDED. Staff Sergeant-Major Rees, of the Cumber land Club, has been wounded in France. Al though the club has nearly 50 per cent, of its members serving the Empire, Mr. Rees is the first to be wounded. He is one of trie foun dation members of the club, and enlisted very early in the war. It is not known whether his wound is serious or not.
CUMBERLANDERS [?] CONTINUE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
CUMBERLANDER2 *O CONTINUE. At the annual meeting of the Cumberland Club it was decided to adhere to the policy adopted during the year just closed, and run a reduced programme of events during the en suing year. A programme will re drawn up, and the opening event — three weeks hence — will be something in the speed line. Practically the whole of the old officials were re-elected. There is one important change, however, for Fred Jenkins has replaced the energetic W. B. Pynor as honorary secretary. This was done at the outgoing official's request, for popular 'Bill,' who has done so much for the sport, would never have been deposed. Mr. Pynor is likely to leave the district shortly, hence his retirement. He will continue to push the club along, for he has accepted the position of Press representative, and he :s the right man in the right place here. Fred Jenkins, the new hon. sec. of the club, is the holder of the club championship up to 600 c.c, and will prove a worthy successor to M...
MICK KING v. BUCK CROUSE Australian Middle versus American Mid-heavyweight at Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
MICK KING v. BUCK CROUSE Australian Middle versus American Mid-heavyweight at Melbourne \ To-nisht at tic Melbourne Stadium the re turn contest between Buck Crousc and Mick 1 Kine will l'c determined. Their first encounter was on June 10. when Croupe. 12.3. was de- | clarcd winner aitcr twenty good rounds. King 1 scaling 11.10. ; Since that nUht Crotisc's slock war, sent up with a buirp through his defeat of Dave Smith, only to fall b.-iow zero as a result of his poor | showing ar.ainst tlic sonic nun. As .Luck seems 1 to win and lose in turn, he iniRlit Keep tnis order of things going by accounting for Mick King. The latter. I learn, is very confident that he will turn the tables on the big. fellow this tin'f. Provided that both are well and willing. I ihould say that the American will again prove the better man at the weights.
THURSDAY MATINEE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
THURSDAY MATINEE. The popu.arity of Frits Holland and Tommy Uren wis t.-iJcnced by the larte attendance at the StaJioin to sec them in exhibition bouts | on Thursr.jy afternoon. The American team | was introduced, and very well received. | Frank O'Connor showed well against Will Vrit/ Holland, with Art Macirl. boxed cle verly and vigorously, putting up the best exhi bition bout for many a day. Tommy Uren. after showing speed and con dition, with Brett as a partner, delighted all present with hi-, artistic skipping. Matt Murphy displayed championship form against Frenchman Voiairc, who is in great buckle. ' Georire Wilkinson, the boxing bookm»kcr._ outpointed F. Barker in the 6-round bout, which was refcrced by George Chip, whose verdict hit the popular fancy and brought forth storms of applau-w
DUNLEAVY ON MIKE GIBBONS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
DUNLEAVY ON MIKE GIBBONS. Jack Dunleavy still keeps going. He writes chattily from St. Paul. Minn. (17/7/'16): 'At time of writing it is 99 degrees in the shade. This is one of the hottest places on earth. How I look for a southerly buster ! I rt:et Mr. Tom Andrews last night here; he was corr.ir.g from Winnipeg. Canada, with a bunch ot boxers. Sid Mitchell, a hew Zealandcr, was] with them, and, as well as Tom Andrews. ; wishes to be remembered to you. Mitchell says he won the tournament at Olympia. 1914.. I am boxing on Friday night, a semi wind-up to Freddie Welsh ar.d Charhe White, at Min neapolis, ten mi:es frcr.i here. I also have two fights booiccd after that. :. will probably work out with i-'edoic Welsh the last lew days. ] This will be my Hth fight, and I have not I been defeated. I have booked a two years' I contract. 1 'I gave an exhibition the same afternoon as i the famous '.11k; Gibbons at the Elks Field i Games. We were then entertained at dinner. ? I had a good chat ...
THE LATEST AMERICAN TEAM George Chip's Career: His Power of Punch: About the Other Men [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
THE LATEST AMERICAN TEAM I George Chip's Career: His Power of Punch: About the Other Men Like the American team that arrived a little | more than a month ago, George Clip, Me- j Mahon, Picato, Brannigan, and Joe Chip, with 1 manager Jimmy Dime, were unarmed with pass ports, and were consequently detained by the ' military authorities some consrderable time be- | fore their clearance was obtained. George Chip will celebrate the 28th anniver sary of his birthday next Friday. He is cre dited with being 11.4, stands Sft 8in, and will therefore be a fine match in tilis respect for world's champion Darcy. But whether he is 01 me jauer s ciass 13 anotner tning. .riis re cord certainly docs not point that way, for in it he has been beaten by Jeff Smith on points in IS rounds, and soundly laced by Clabby in 20, ?nd k.o.'d bv Buck Crouse, and as Smith, Clabby, and Crousc have been accounted for by Darcy, at first glance it would appear as if a Darcy-Chip battle would not prove a good one. It ...
FRANK THORN v. JIMMY HILL For Australian Featherweight Supremacy at Brisbane [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
FRANK .THORN v. JIMMY HILL For Australian Featherweight Supremacy at Brisbane Another Australian championship will be de cided to-night at Brisbane, when Jimmy .Hill has to defend his featherweight championship against time-honored Frank Thorn. Though the' Queenslander has a win to his credit over Hill, and recently ? scored a- knockout victory over Geikie, by . which he won the feather weight championship of Queensland, I believe that if the present champion prove to be as well as he was when he met Spargo in Sydney, on July 1, that, like Holland; he will still re main on top; Though Thorn showed sufficient power in his punch to put a tough boy like Geikie down for the count, reading between the lines written by that capable judge, Mr. H. I Perry, our Brisbane correspondent. I fancy that I inexperience alone prevented Geikie from re versing the order of things. In short, I im convinced that the once great triple title-holder ! —feather, light and welter— is 'all in,'and will I be b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916
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