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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
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WHILE THE BILLY BOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
WHILE THE BILLY BOILS. Amongst the engagements made for the pro duction of While the Billy Boils, is that of Ian Maciarcn. He will undertake the role of Bob Brothers (the Giraffe), a picturesque part. Several songs will be introduced into the play. These have been set to music by George Hyam, the lyrics being by Henry Lawson. The play will be produced under the joint direction of E. J. Carroll and Beaumont Smith, at the Theatre Royal on September 30. It will be re called that E. J. Carroll introduced Mr. and Mrs. Graham Moffat to this country with Bunty Pulls the Strings and The Scrape of the Pen. Mattie McLennan, of The Scrape of the Pen Company, has been engaged for the heroine, Ruth McLaughlin, and will return BESSIE LOVE IN STRANDED, WHICH OPENS AT THE LYCEUM TO-DAY. from a holiday in New Zealand next week to commence her duties.
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
[?] THEATRICAL TIT-B1TS : A strong; bUl at the TivolL ' . M«x Sdinsky and his violin at the head. The J. C. Williamson musical comedy revi vals are nearly completed. ' — — -- ». n4 a iic ujneing misircss, win noia ?way at Her Majesty's from to-night. . Thf Cooks have only another week of homc bmldjng at the Criterion, with Get Rich Quick Walhngford following right on their heels. The Strollers are maintaining their high stan dard at the Palace Theatre. Duncan McCIure, dour and all that he is, can stall command a house full of mirth at the Theatre RoyaL A good story comes from the Tivoli. A week or two back there appeared in the Sunday Times some of the collecting hobbies of artists at Sydney's premier vaudeville house. The fancies of the various lady members of the bill were mentioned, but regarding another it was merely stated : ? (it would not be fair to give the name) does some collecting but she would not be drawn as to which line It was in. No wonder — at the time — for she was...
STRIKES AND MUSIC HALLS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
STRIKES AND MUSIC HALLS Strollers James, Desmond, Graystone, and another were discussing the Society of Water Rats outside the Palace Theatre one day this week, the subject being brought up by Stroller James, who had received a visit from Victor Kelly, of J.C.W.s Pantomime Company, the previous evening, both being Water Rats in a strange but friendly country. Another : 'What is this Society of Water Rats ?' Stroller James : 'Oh, it's an organisation consisting of the leading vaudeville artists in Great Britain, and is limited to 150 members. Its objects arc to look after the general wel fare of the music-hall profession, and relieve any genuine cases of distress, and assist the various philanthropic societies connected with the English vaudeville world. It is a compara JACK AND FORIS, A REMARKABLY CLEVER PAIR OF ACROBATS AT THE SYDNEY TIVOLI. tivcly wealthy institution, and it is a difficult matter to become a member. The entrance fee is 30 guineas, and the annual subscription 4 gui...
PLAYING WITH FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
PLAYING WITH FIRE Playing with Fire, which starts ai nuyi =, Geor-L-su-eet, to-day, deals witn tne life ..lory ci jean Servian, a beautiful cameo cutter, whose artistic career comes to a close through bhnd V™ f She regains her sight, and weds, through SrMitude a ma' whose daughter, only a little gratitude, a man becomes her devoted care. yH°owEshc stop' aside from the path ci honor ;_ ' mnment of mad infatuation, only, to be heart, and mm, ' ' u and innocent .sup ardent love to nc. pf' y 26 burglaries, h^sc°F'k'V'fivc arc detected, the perpetrators of whuh omy hvc ar Thieving and dealin- in Sjolcn | P J^ ^ become an cstabIf:i.h'doS-y criminal, and 12 r.\nnfavVo°rr:itcmorca-ay,u,c. The odds arc good, anyway.
COLE v. UREN Heavy-hitting Welters Should Supply Exciting Contest To-night [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
COLE v. UREN Heavy-hitting Welters Should Supply Exciting Contest To-night The promising welter. Jack Cole, is to be given a further chance of displaying his box ing ability, for he is to meet our wetter weight champion, Tommy Uren, at the Sydney Stadium to-night, and on forrH the pair should supply an evenly contested bout, and as each is credited with possessing no end of power behind their thumps, some exciting happenings are also likely ;o be witnessed. Uren and Cole have scored points decisions over the clever American, Eddie Moy, but all things considered, I am of opinion that the newcomer s win was more meritorious, if only for the reason thai he accepted -the match at a few days' notice, and whilst agreeing that a draw might have been the correct decision in the Colc-Moy affair, I think the latter about shaded Uren. On this occasion, therefore. Cole should not only be in better condition, but having fre quently expressed his desire for a meeting with the now welter champion,...
NEXT MONDAY NIGHT'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
NEXT MONDAY NIGHT'S PROGRAMME Mr. Jack Munro deserves a deal of praise for the excellent judgment he has displayed in matching men for the Monday night events at the Stauium. He is in no way behind in his ability in this direction for next Monday night's contests. They are to be boxed be tween George Shales, the fighting Frenchman, and dapper Harry Denham. who will be seen ?i. a six-rounder for a side-stake of £10. The i money is now in my hands, as stakeholder. In the 10-round bout Larry horan, wno once pro ? mised to reach a championship position among ! our middleweights, will try conclusions with I Les Widders, who has shown marked improve i ment of late. ? Henry Demlen. the Belgian, is to make his J re-entry into the game after a spell of many months, which is said to have worked wonders ! wi'.h him. His friends expect him to account fpi Tom O'Mallty in the 20-round bout.
N.S.W. TROTTING CLUB RACES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
N.S.W. TROTTING CLUB RACES TRIAL IIAXDICAP-1 mile 1 furlonf. llludulla (late .Tlmmy) scr Derby Ribbons 4-ee l'lemington lsec bhd Bucklngbar Usi -*t pllue 'Jscc Mi.ter Medlow 4wc Ibluml lady 2.-ec Similex 4si-c Comedy Chiel 2fec Banlmtovrii Lad 5s«j Scarlet Ribbon 2see l.urncn 5«« Ucndarriba (lite VaKnor) l.illi Pillj Svc 8see Arundel B'llc (late Rork Gay Uddle 2seo Lily Ssee Don Elma Ssee J.A.B. 60: VI Prince ilsee Millie's Bobbie 6Jec Merrizang 3xo My Kanry 6tec Peihtps 3;ec Kittle Bclmont 6sec Cryital Clare r*ee ; Bravo 7-f« Leather Boy 3-m Woodnut Ssm Chlel Try Ssee Colorado Sset Bush Boy 4sea Myall King £«? Galllpoli 4seti Alamonte 9ttt Forest Queen 4«eo Lord Denver 10se« GLEBE HANDICAP— ll mile. UutTar act Udr Alpha 4stf Piekedo act Belli lu 4Ke ?Rebel B. lsec bhd Bonnlt Alto isee Wdleomi lseo Plujger (late B.M-D.) 6»ee Vtt Otxter laee MIm Gladys Osec Skm CleT« Ssee Peaces (late Lorrator) 7sec Lady Wltui £ae-r Blackpool Esec TloMnce (Ute Topsy) 3see Woodnut 9seo Auburn Vale (la...
AMONG THE BOXERS :: BRIGHT GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS Busy Tommy Uren in Action at Stadium To-night Against Jack Cole [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
AMONG THE BOXERS :: BRIGHT GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS tr^v kt~v ur-w -!-»-j- -?-?-?- &~3- Busy Tommy Uren in Action at Stadium To-night Against Jack Cole :: By Solar Plexus Fred Kay is hungering for fight and chal lenges any man in Australia up to 11 stone. Les Darcy was one of my many callers last Tuesday, the champion looks a picture of good health. Owen Cairns, who was declared winner over Frank O'Connor last Monday night, would lilic to meet the winner of the Urcn-Cole con test. After three months' holiday in the country, Frank Ellis, the clever New Zealand feather weight, returned to town last Tuesday, look inc remarkably well. He is now seeking for matches. Bill Fagan, the big good-natured Canadian heavyweight, has left his job aboard ship, and intends trying his hand once more at the box ing game. He and Court Oakes are to meet in Tasmania shortly. Sid Sullivan is said to be back to his old time form. In that case he should make things lively ior most of the featherweights...
MAITLAND J.C. RACES OPENING HANDICAP—C furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
MAITLAND J.C. RACES 0PKXIS0 IIAXDICAP-O furlonjs. ft lb ? «'. lb Lorrl Sapir ? 10 I Lord lleplcn ? 7 10 Lord (iarde ? I) 12 Kenllle ? 7 ' Ayr Girl ? 0 0 Anpel S'ali ? 7 7 Trlgon ? DO Duke ClieMcr ? 7 7 Cathedral ? DO Main Feather .. .. 7 .1 Persian Girl .. ..no Vamir« ? 7 :. Merry Trick ? s « MIm Caiman ? 7 0 Zulanrl ? 8 8 Spillway ? 7 II Odd Gun ? x 7 Zinll ? 17 Prinews liorrle .; .. J 7 Kneelah .. .. .. .. « 7 D.H.P ? a 2 TuHde ? '.. 1 ~ JJrinlte ? 8 a Krnnor ? n 7 Tony Blue ? 8 1 Klnjm Lail ? 0 7 Grey Hleeies ? 8 2 Jiary Davis ? r, 7 '?id Hoy ? s I) Lndy Lela ? « 7 Kins Hampton .... 8 0 Bonnie Prudence ..0 7 Mer*l:.a ? ; ]0 RLTIIERFOItD II.WDICAP-7 furlong. £«hedrnl ? 10 n y.ervyn i;lnB ? T I! Tarcet ? 10 0 Mil, Kino ? 7 12 Zultml ? 0 7 Alrighl ? 7 12 Odd dun ? 0 7 Flower Port ? 7 7 Olekmai ? -- .1 Vanrook ? 7 7 Abenlonia ? a 0 B.lllniloc ? 7 7 Tony Blue ? 0 0 All Brown ? 7 7 Posttrrlc ? S 12 Slmkanln ? 7 7 King Hamilton .. .. H 12 Royat Stcdal ? 7 7 Tarilla ..? ? s 12 Mundoola ....
WILLIAMSTOWN RACES HURDLE RACE—2 miles. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
WILLIAMSTOWN RACES nURDLE RACE— 2- miles. n in rt ib nalhsU ? 11 3 Lord I.inacre .... 9 j Honcopai.. .. .. .. 10 13 Blind Murphv .. n ' Kttervefcence.. .. .. 10 15 Cobble .. .'. .. .. g ' Boyeo ? 10 4 llusli ? g 5 Parnil ? 10 2 Coronatus ? 9 1 .Vymplc ? 10 2 ARlnilis ? o o Catabuh ? 9 ,7 Avenger ? no Marie Black ? 9 5 Spuyten Duyvil .... o o Kanapa ? 9 9 M.UDKS PLATE-6 furlongs. Billy Coke ? 8 13 Bmybank ? 7 13 Cooparle ? 8 13 Parkdale ? 7 13 Kinjt*» Cheers .. .. 8 13 Pcndjlhurst ? 7 10 St. Anthony ? S II Heart of Oak .. .. 7 10 A»lurina ? 8 11 Lady Cooltrim .... 7 8 Upford ? 8 11 Rutflrr ? 7 8 Jackarin ? 8 0 Klnc** charm .... 7 8 Bridcend ? 7 13 Makarini ? 7 g Trencho ? 7 13 Taradiddle . ... 7 8 Jtanhada ? 7 U Mallle ? 7 8 . steepi.h;hasi:~2 mil™. CoradjiU.. ..- .. .. 13 0 Renonit ? go Hishland Clan .. .. 10 » FUsh Bob ? 9 0 Itahcny ? 10 3 Cranbam ? DO W.T.S. .: ? 9 4 Chunda ? 9 0 Cobram ? 9 2 Topmast ? 9 0 SPRIXG HANDICAP— 1J mile. Andelosia ? 9 4 Lady Challacombe ..7 7 Wallalo ? ...
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEHILL RACES SECOND HURDLE RACE. (To start at 2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME *, ~ — ROSEHILL RACES SECOND HURDLE RACE. (To lurt at 2.10 p.m. 1 A hudicip of lii lot* ; -rconj honr '-'0 mm athl third hone 10 tan from the priw. The winner ol a Imrdlo nee or i-ieepl«ha-c j;ut ihr lUvljmtion o! uci'shu to carry 101b cxtrj. :; m!l«. ft lb Mr. J. H. Trtnourth's hr c BRIARBKRRY, aired.. 12 0 Mr. R. J. Kcrr'a br p OAKrsiOWBN. a?c.i ? 11 0 Mr. C. I). D. WrighVa b jr WAIlllKN, a«d .. .. 10 10 Mr. W. J. Kickett.1 li j: SWIXT STK1'. byn .. ..10 0 Mr. G. Uamlum'i 1- p LOSII'IIOMISt, j;..| ? 10 9 Vr. M. J. llvnrs' li u Tltr.NTW.'.n. airrt ? 10 8 Venn. J. Rol» and .1. llabSV- b g III SRA, asrrf 0 11 Mr. J. C. Finn's hr s 111 Slid TT-.H. «cl .. .. a H Mr. J. K. Hcallclt'n b f MM'CIIRKA. «cd .. .. V 10 Mr. 3. M MrMartrr's ih ; v;l IIIIMII. n.vn .... 0 7 Mr. O. HUTiotl'a b g 00 ALO.VK, apsf ? U 0 GRANVILLE STAKES (To lUrt at '-'.O p.m.) A handicap oi 100 x,n.; .,wn,l |,or« li urn and third none i ion trum Hie prize. f-or all lior*u llial hue time ij ala...
A.R.C. MEETING GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE Of 130 govs. About 3 miles. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
A.R.C. MEETING GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE Of 150 tors. About 3 miles. (To start at 2.1a p.m.j Forest Prince .. .. li ? L'nlon Wire, Inc. Troublesome ? 11 VJ 'OH' Pcn ? » 10 '.Vortupa ? 11 W Klar.d ? J b Wyudam ? 10 la Wrcrooma ? !1 a Southland ? Ill 10 Youtlm ? 9 :] Lcolonc ? 30 - Prior U.-s .. .. .. a i Silla ? :0 0 Press Thronjh .. ..' p u S.J.K ? 9 0 The nine-year-old gelding Kentucky, who was bred in U.S.A., won a hurdle race quite recently at Berlin Strausberg, beating Cullen Castle, Bewy, and Gull, and a number of others. By Salvator out of Lola Dell. Kentucky used to belong to Whitaker, an English trainer, for whom he won a Three-Year-Old Hurdle Race at Portsmouth Park as long, ago as 1910. BOXING ITEMS. Phil Gutlirie would like to be Ted Gardi ner's opponent in the latter's come-back bout. I am glad to hear that Reg Sproule has not been killed, but is in hospital in England re covering from injuries received. ?
LLEW EDWARDS v. FANNING International Lightweights to Supply To-night's Melbourne Attraction [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
LLEW EDWARDS v. FANNING International Lightweights to Supply To-night's Melbourne Attraction Llew Edwards, ex-premier featherweight of England, who, though still being the proud pos sessor of the Lonsdale Belt, is not likely to ever again be able to make the 9st limit, is to meet Artos Fanning, the undoubtedly clever and hard-fighting young American, at the Melbourne Stadium to-night. The weight conditions call for each lad not exceeding 9.4, which will not be found hard for cither to make. m The General opinion amongst Melbourne n^nnU it thnf th» U/^UIiman u/ili nrnv#- fnn tough and hard-hitting for the American, but in the event of the latter being as hard to knock out as Americans generally are to all but Darcy. perhaps Fanning's better science might enable him to outpoint his more powerful opponent. A good left hand and clever foot work, with good condition of course, is all that is necessary to successfully combat Llew's continual forcing methods, a fact that Harry Stone clearl...
CAIRNS DLFEATS O'CONNOR [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
CAIRNS DLFEATS O'CONNOR The Queensland boxer Owen Cairns, whose weight was given as 10.6, was declared the winner over Frank O'Connor (10.7) in a strenuous bout of 20 two-minute rounds at the Stadium last Monday night. Boxing better than I have ever seen him perform, O'Connor looked a very likely winner over the first half of the journey, and on occasions scored hard and often enough with his heavy right to the jaw to out most any other welterweight, but in Cairns he struck one who is tough beyond the ordinary. So much was that the case that instead of rattlinc Owen in the sliehtest the blows only made the plucky youngster fight back the harder. Recognising that his man had no chance of earning the decision by re maining at long range, that capable trainer and second, Ted Moroney, sent the Queens lander in to force the pace and keep at close quarters as mucn as possible, with the result that the tide of battle turned and remained in Owen's favor unlil the final pong sounded, and he ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
DICK LEONARD Member of City Tattraall'a Club, Sydney, and Victorian Club, Melbourne Registered AJ.C. ocd V.R.C. DOUBLE, STRAIGHT OUT, AND PLACE BETTINd Epsom and Metropolitan Handicaps Caulfield and Melbourne Cups AJ.C. Derby and V.R.C. Derby S.P. OK ALL EVENTS. WRITE FOR CIIAHTS AND PRICE LISTS NO REPLY, NO UUS1NESS. SUFFIC1KTT ADDRESS : DICK LEONARD, SYDNEY. ! MENANGLE PARK RACES CRfE. AJ.C.) TUESDAY— AUGUST 29— TUESDAY 108— ENTRIES— 108. SPECIAL TRAINS Imvc Sydney at 10.30 - m (Honet) (calling at AahfleM. Cranvlile, Livipool and C.mpSfll town), 11.40 a.m. (calling «t Strathtleld. Granville, Llier pool and Umpbtlltown), and at 12.10 p.m. (calling at JnTl'-lf O'nyJ: 'S 'l C°Ur3C ' 1'15 *?''?? l l'm FIRST HACK, 1.50 p.m. LAST RACE, 3.M p.m. TRAINS RETURN FROSI COURSE at 4 p.m. («llin« at Strathilcld only, arriving baclc in Sydwy at S.-'O p.m.), 4.15 p.m., and the Horse Train at 4.40 p.m. EDWIN WOODBURY, Secretary. 1J Imperial Arcade, Sydney. 'Plione, City 3310. KEMBLA GRANGE RACES. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
A, BYERS (MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB. SYDNEY.) VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. ROSEHILUJATURDAY Now Open— A.J.C. and V.R.C. Derbies Epsom and Metropolitan Caulfield and Melbourne Cups d6uble, straightout, place ask for latest price lists STARTING PRICE, WIN OR PLACE
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY BY PILOT ROSEHILL RACES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY BY PILOT ROSEHILL RACES ^KNTB^RDLERACE: * . JUroehrea ? ? , Gtrthowen ? ' .'.' '' \[ z GRANVILLE STAKES*: ' PRINCE MANLIN ? i Gloucester Castle ? ? o Lord Disgrace ? ,3 DUNDAS HANDICAP: MERIMEE ? , Loved One . . ., . ? i Three Star ? '..'.'.' .V .' 3 MAIDEN PLATE: AGINCOURT .... 1 Ready Aye Ready ? .'* 2 Sir Paddington ? 3 AUGUST HANDICAP: LADY MINNIE ? 1 Charleville ? ' ' 2 Rushford ? '.' )) 3 CARLINGFORD MILE : HOPOAST ? 1 Royal Navy ? 2 Llanishen or Loved One ? 3