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MELBOURNE MOVIES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
MELBOURNE MOVIES An attractive programme was presented to West's Pictures patrons, the principal film being a five-act World Film production, The Hand of Peril. It is a story built up by Arthur Stringer of A 8CENE FROM THE WILLIAM FOX PHOTO-PLAY, THE BATTUE OF HEABT8, ' ^ ? WHICH WILL COMMENCE AT HOYTS TO-DAY. ? familiar material— Government agents and counterfeiters — but constructed in an unfami liar way. House Peters and Ralph Delmore give vivid interpretations of the two most es sential characters. Director Tourncur revives a method of stag Ing used in early French. pictures with fine ef fect At a critical point in the action, when m\1 the characters are assembled under one roof, the director appears to remove the entire front of the house, enabling the audience to follow the happenings in the hallways and rooms just as they occur. Other interesting pictures were a series of views taken for the French Government, show ing French troops in training among the snow clad mountains o...
KEMBLA GRANGE RACES COLLAR AND ALASCO. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
KEMBLA GRANGE RACES COLLAR AND ALASCO. Under favorable weaher conditions, Thurs day's race meeting at Kembla Grange was largely attended. Racing commenced with the Flying Handicap, for which Dunoon and Waterway were most fancied; but neither of these were placed. Collar won from Miss Per sian and Gigandra. I lucre were u siaricrs lor me maiden Han dicap, the final quotations on which were j headed by Knightwick at 3 to 1. The favorite was, however, beaten out of a place, and Chain ? Lightning (Earlston — Daisy Chain) won from j Kenverne and Posadonia. In a field of eight Kcnilcra was a 2 to 1 favorite for the Newton Mile, but was easily beaten by Alasco, who started at 5 to 1, with Lady Clarence in third place. ! With W. McLachlan in the saddle. A.J.I. inrt with most support for the Jumper!.' Flat Kace. and won by four lengths from Phubos ami Work, who dead-heated for second plate. 1 chana and Earl San were backed first in that order for the Grange Stakes, and Earl San (Earlston— La...
TURF GOSSIP AMONG HORSES AND PONIES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
TURF GOSSIP ? ? « ? AMONG HORSES AND PONIES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY By THE SCOUT. Rtndwkk this afternoon. Wlien ilic Sprins meeting of Ta'.'.ersall's Club will be the attraction. Northern District racegoers will be entered I for by the Cesinock Jockey Club. I William the Silent will be ridden in the ! Metropolitan by the Victorian jockey, C. ; Aurica (imp.), by His Majesty from Cjpilla, now represents the top of the form over a bit of distance at meetings of the Associated Clubs. Melbourne followers of the sport will Co to Mentone, while South Australians will be pro vided for by the Port Adelaide Racing Club, Woorak and Blague are the hones most fan cied for the Epsom Handicap in Melbourne, while William the Silent is the popular pick lor the Metropolitan. The one-time Sydney pony, Alice Mimer. fractured a fetlock while taking part in the BnrnWy Handicap at Richmond (Vic.) on Mon day Ust, and was subsequently destroyed. L. Fisher, who won the Doncastcr Handicap Ust year on Garlin, roct...
DENMAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
DENMAN CUP. In the :cmi-final, W. BurKc 18) beat E. L Ap|,criy i,;iuj ?*) nj j u;- and i. Burke was pmyinh very wt.i lur a round o: 85, which in cluded a / at the ln;.t hole. Apperly was not at his best going out, but played well enough alter the el;,nth hole, viiierc lie was 4 down, and reduced burke to 1 up at the 11th, and again to 1 up at the 11th. burke then get a very fine 4 at the lath lor a win with a stroke; he also won the I Oth in 3 to 4. Burke is a steady player with a good style, except for a slight tendency to tway on the up-swing. Burke now meets Dodge, who u playing very well just now, and -s both men are on the same mark an interesting game should result.
THE CADOGAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
THE CADOGAN CUP. There was a triple tic in this event between R. Lee Brown (plus 1), Lieut.-Col. Luscombe (15), and J. D. Wormald (15), with 77 respec tively; the next players could not do better than 81. Lee Brown was in magnificent form going out, doing the first nine holes in 33 (4 5 3 2 4 5 2 4 4). If he could only have main tained his form he should have had a very good cnance ot lowering the best Injures for the course, but starting for home he missed his drive at the 10th and got into further difh cultics, and, with the aid of three putls, regis tered a 7. From then on he was not playing well, and dropped several strokes on the greens. His second half was 73455545 5—43—76. In the play-off Lieut.-Col. LuBcombc won with 81 net. ?
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
THE RIFLE ? ? -♦ ? . By RANGE-FINDER Aeeerdine to private cables received during the week by relatives, Major R. H. Boardsmore has been awarded the D.S.O. He has recovered from his wounds, and ere now Is probably back in the firing line. Major Bcardsmore's decora tion is the second to be earned by a member of the N.RA Council, and all riflemen who know the genial R.H.B. will be delighted to hear of me nonor conferred upon him. The other mem ber of the Council who has wen military di.i tinction is, of course, Major S. P. poodaell. He was awarded the French Croix de Guerre for distinguished service In the Gallipoli campaign. The headquarters of the Rifle Club's Batta- ! lion Comforts Fund is now located close to the i office of the N.R.A. in George-street, and the | display of home-made commodities offered for i sale bespeaks untiring effort on the part of Mrs. Carmichael and her fellow-workers. The ?mount contributed to the fund through 'the N.R.A. has reached a total of £05 16', tow...
GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
GOLF NOTES 9 By TEE TEE. The championship of the Australian Golf Club was won by Eric Apperly, who beat Tom Smith in the final at Kensington. I cannot call | tc mind any other player being champion of two such clubs, the A.G.C. and Manly, at one and the sam« time. The match was over 36 holes, and in the morning the game was very closely contested, Apperly tcklng 77, and Smith 78. the former being 1 up. At the first hole Apperly was lucky, as he pulled his drive badly. put lounil u. On the ladies' iairway lie got w a very r;ood second, however, and only It'l himself with a ten-f-jot p''-' for a 3- Smith's drive was a very r.oo-1 on.-, his second just !.!ior; of the green, the third to within four feet from the hole. Apr-rrlv lipped llie hole with his third, and laiil' Snvtli a i-ead rtymic. who in trying to ncsOtiaic it knocked Appcrly'-. ball into the hole, which rn-.c I'.im a win in 3. At the rccon-i hole Arpti!-- i-.i:'!cd into the pot bunker on ihc lea. but l.i.. 'ippoRcm. play I...
PROMISING YOUNGSTERS Stadium Try-Outs [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
PROMISING YOUNGSTERS Stadiam Try-Outs All the three-round no-decision bours at the Stadium, last Saturday night were of a willing nature, one in particular, the Joe Zuber-Jack Wheeler, from Dibley and Larry Gaffney's gymnasiums, respectively, being very mucn so. Wai MclntyFe and Bert Secombe set the ball rolling, and swapped punch for punch. Then came Jim O'Brien, who tried to hide his identity under the name of Tibby Judd, Ind for an opponent had a youngster named Jack O'Shea — the latter's first appearance. The youngster certainly had no right in the ring unless with one of his own class. May Mr. Tibby Judd-O'Brien, ere he is much older, meet unexpectedly someone who will treat him at did the novice. Eddie Carter, a rapidly-improving bantam, gave height, weight, and reach and a hiding to Mick Gulligan. That dandy pair of little fellows, Al White and Harry Holmes, then PRIVATE ROY McLAREN, A Prominent Balm&ln League Footballer, who has been wounded In France. proceeded to k...
LES DARCY'S "MANAGERS" How Many More? -Death of George Considine [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
LES DARCY'S 'MANAGERS' How Many More?--Dcath of George Considine Thr following in!cre5tinc, news i» taken fro™ a private tcucr t-i ;:ie Iron a inrnil in America, who Hor? not -.'.??r,h !:i^ name to appear: — 'Hariy Stone's e?*y cicicit of Llew Edward* puts the finishinc, ;oiich to ihr i.ittcrV chance Qf getting anything hen:. Another bright hope gone a Rlimircrine. as Harry Stone, if good on yov.r side, is not r.itc:! !hr1i in America. Harry h.u .written to lay that lie has defeated all ttie Australian light, middle and heavyweights, and that later on he i* going so brin,- Darcy with him to America. — [Yet another of Les' big army of m.inascrs ! Go it. Harry ! — Solar Plexus.) 'George Coniiclirx. the well-known American boxing follower nr.i rarcccumf proprietor. dieJ i suii-1?-:!/ oi N.-.v Y-;rk on A-.'.,u.ii ;. He wj i at the ud!o grounds on in*? Saturday — August .i - ? and i\ lew bours I.-Ucr \va . rurlicd ofi to a I horpiul for an c|-crs;ion. Thii will be a kin.i I of loss to Ha...
JOE RUSSELL v. TOM RYAN Hard-hitting, Rugged Featherweights at Brisbane To-night [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
JOE RUSSELL v. TOM RYAN Hard-hitting, Ru%gcd Featherweights at Brisbane To-night Kx-featherwei?ht champion Jot Ras-cll h to make his second .mcini» lo come bacK, at the Brisbane Stadium to-r.ieht. when he will meet Tommy Ryan en a twenty- round contes:. Joe's last appearance was on Aujust 12, when he was knocked out by being bumped on the jaw by Ned Fitigerald's head. The latter was erroneously declared the winner, instead i of being our on a foul, even though it was accidentally administered. It is claimed by those who have seen him at work, that the ex-champlon is in quite his old-time form, in which case he will make i: highly interesting for te hard-hitting Tommy. Provided the latter's hands have mended, I will j look to him to, sooner or later, before the ' final gong clangs, win by the K.O. '
TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. Tirseu 31 llandwick njm:c for llil- allcniocn'! shoot ing Inve Irfcn allotted lu in.- iu!lo»liiit i lull, :— Aihiiclil. IMIaio Kiliporliini. A»oruu-il Warehousemen. J'Mt ami plrlr;rap!i. Colc.ninl Supir Cu. 1'uhlli- Work, LVpirtmcnu romvrd. 3'arratDittx. li.i-kau.0 UockvirJ. J'rn* liniminoi-np. llalh\a;». Kilm-ation lleputmcnt. llan'lwiek. Ivnu-ni Suburbs. llockdalo. IMjrefliftr. (lli-j!lnrar-Uonfr»rf Drpt. k\M llnba. IlaU'lnifk lnttitutc. (Jon-rnint-nl rrintln;; Office. Svilncy. lluiitL-r'ii Hill. Waverley. l.aric (/ou-. Wpnteni Suburbn, Umh Dppjrlinenl. W«ter Boird. , l.pglnn nf rKnlicrsiiitn. ^.inlU. ? Mctrnpolilan. 'icrUliirc So:ict^. Nl'AlO'*U. /
RACING FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
RACING FOR TO-DAY. The principal event this afternoon is a one hour's teems' race, which will be held at Prattcn Park, by the Enfield-Burwood Club. It is limited to teams of two, and promises an interesting race. The Ashfield and Central Cumberland noon, and decide two handicaps and a ccrntch race at Prattcn Park. Big fields arc pro mised. The only event on the road is a 20 miles handicap, which will be held by the Marrick ville Club on the Enfield-Bankstown course. The race has attracted a good entry.
THE CYCLIST GOOD WORK AT FRENCH'S FOREST Foundations Will be Laid To-morrow: Eight-Hours Entry Satisfactory: Racing for To-day PROMINENT RIDER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
THE CYCLIST GOOD WORK AT FRENCH'S FOREST Foundations Will be Laid To-morrow : Eight-Hours Entry Satisfactory: Racing for To-day TROMINENT RIDER KILLED. By BGDE CARROLL. 'A wonderfully good diy's worS,' said the overnecr of the French's Forest schema for building homes for returned soldiers, on sur veying the result of last Sunday's toil. And it was a good day's work. But this is only to be expected from healthy younR athletes, espe cially cyclists, a sport in which stamina is needed. The boys of the wheel have worked so well that, in two working Sundays, they have « Icarcd more than, sufficient space for the site on which the cottage is lo stand. It is properly clcare-J, too; every stump has been removed. To-morrow the good work will be con tinued, and 'tit said that there will be a much i bigner muster than hitherto. ! The foundation-! for the cottage are to be | laid to-morrow, and it is hoped that any mem ! brrs of the Union who are bricklayers or car I ptnters. will come alonG. ...
AMONG THE BOXERS :: BRIGHT GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS; Big Contest at Stadium To-night with Darcy and Clabby as Principals [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
AMONG THE BOXERS :: BRIGHT GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS '?''?» '»~'» ***** .e-*-* «?♦-» *^j- £ Big Contest at Stadium To-riight with Darcy and Clabby as Principals :: By Solar Plexus Owen Cairo* h very anxious for a return match with Jack Cole, and is willing to risk a side-wacer on the result. Dave Smith's white hop*,- George Cook, hav ing' recovered from the effects of the opera tion on his nose, will soon begin work again in anticipation of a meeting with some of the second-rate beavica. Mick Home is a lad who, in a rough and tumble scrap, would make things extremely interesting, and in good hands would most likely furnish into a good boxer. At present lie continually swings, but were he to be en lightened regarding short-arm jolts and drives he would be hard to beat. Roy Smith and Bob Morgan were oppo nents In the second 'preliminary to the Smith Magirl contest ; two 6nely-buUt youthi, whose futile efforts at boxing were painful to watch. Morgan won on points. Billy Edwards, under the ...
THURSDAY'S MATINEE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
THURSDArS MATINEE The announcement made during last week to the effect that Darcy and Clabby would appear . ^'felL'S? bouts attr»cted a° enormous crVwd at the Stadium on Thursday afternoon Ted Munro and Jack Sullivan shaped so badly in the opening item that before three rounds i1'^' 'compassed they were called off. Tyncke, the Belgian middleweight, who is to meet Les Widders in a twentv tu-n.m;n,,t. round contest, showed well with Dan Tierney as sparring partner. Babe Picato and Patsy Brannigan brought down the house with three fast, clever and vigorous rounds, in which each, 'particularly Picato, showed great punching powers. Jimmy Clabby was cheered as he entered the ring ac companied by Jack Darcy— not the heavy weight of that name, but the worst kind of novice, who has no idea of the boxing game What an absurd sparring partner for the bril liant American, who, in his customary generous style, simply played with his opponent. Les Darcy followed, and needless to say re ceived a. r...
DARCY AND CLABBY AGAIN Famous Pair to Meet in Return Contest To-Night [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
DARCY AND CLABBY AGAIN Famous Pair to Meet in Return Contest j To-Mghl | The fact that Lcs Darcy is to meet Jim Clabby, the man who has given him the best of his many fights, is sufficient to warrant an attendance bordering on a record when this famous pair, shape up at the Sydney Stadium ! to-nt£ht. In their firit meeting Darcy had the better of matter* for IS round*, and narrowly mined outing the brilliant American. Clabby came In the last five rounds, and quite htld his own. Flushed with the success of his brilliant finish, Jimmy has often expressed the opinion that in a return match he would do a whole heap better; in fact, is of the opnion that he can turn the tables on the Maitland boy. In the way of condition Jimmy will certainly have a pull over Darcy, who through being of the opinion that it was to have been a catch-weight affair, trained accordingly, until informed on Saturday last that such was not the case. Consequently he has had to reduce himself some pounds with in si...
NEXT MONDAY NIGHTS CONTESTS Henri Tyncke's First Appearance [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
NEXT MONDAY NIGHT'S CONTESTS Henri Tyncke's First Appearance Another good projramme has been arranged for next Monday night at the Sydney Stadiuir., ! where the recc-tly-arrived Belgian miodlc- ; weight, Henri Tyncke, is to make his initial ! appearance in a decision bout in this country; ' his opponent being Les Widders who accounted ', for Larry Foran 'last week. | Not having seen the new arrival in action, | that is for keeps, it would be absurd to hazard : a straightout tip especially against so heavy a ? thumper as Widders. Still, the- Belgian's greater experience should make him the winner, j The ten round bout is to' be supplied by : George Newbury and Pat Conley, two of the most awkwardly clever featherweights imagin able, but unless Newbury shows better form than he has of late, he is. going to collect the short end. On the other hand, should he he at his best then an evenly contested bout will surely result Mike Williams, that most promising youngster who in his alleged fi...
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
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