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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
MgMILUN. DEERY & CO., LTD. - SPCRT8 DEPOT AXD TOBACCOXlSia, !8 CASTLERF.ACH STltEET 'cieUBS, GIGflRETTEs'TDENftCCO, PlfES, ETC. YOUR OLD FKIK.VD, JOE ANDREOLI HAS OPENED A COSlStOPIOI.S, UP-TO-DATE 9 TABLE BILLIARD ROOM. At 87 CASTI.KKEACH ST.. SYU.NEY (Next Aasus uinl Itolit-tt.'un'n and Near Tivoll Theatre).
TO HELP CORPORAL STEAD [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
TO HELP CORPORAL STEAD In reply to my request for a few pounds to enable that plucky little fellow Corporal Stead to obtain a pony and trap, Mr. Percy Lyons, the well-known sporting oublican. is tne only one to come along with a sub. On Monday night last he handed me ten shillings, burely the many good sports will follow suit. I now have £11/10/, and £8/10/ more is re quired. Half-a-crown or five shillings from a few who throw more than these amounts away hourly almost will soon make the re quired £20, so send your money along. No case is more deserving, for apart from the fact that Stead has done at least his share at the front, he was once a boxer, and by his rare pluck gave pleasure to many in the days of the old Gaiety Hall.
A VISIT TO THE CAMPS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
A VISIT TO THE CAMPS Last Wednesday afternoon was reminiscent of the old days, when weekly visits to the, various gyms was one of the joys of a boxing scribe's life ; for on thai day a fairly large number of us, acting on the invitation of Mr. Baker, called upon the Darling Point Hotel gymnasium, where Mr. Jimmy Dime and his merry team of famous mitt artists were busily engaged fitting themselves for their many im portant engagements ahead. The star of the team, George Chip — the man who has come this way to attempt to wrest the laurels from Darcy — did not put on the gloves for any ether purpose than to deliver mighty rips and swings on the massive punch ing bag. in which exercise be was assisted by his hard-working manager in quite a novel way. Mr. Dime has a large leather instrument with a deal of padding on the business end. It fita on the arm. lelc or right, and, with a bar across the inside, affords the wearer a- good grip and a Kay-like reach. Standing side on to the object o...
GRAFTON'S BIG PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
GRAFTON'S BIG PROGRAMME. The Grafton Club, a go-ahead organisation, has a move on in earnest. It was only recently that the club held a half-mile sprint, which went to M. Barnier (35 Rudge). and now the club has announced its intention to hold handicap road races over distances of 5. 10, and 20 miles, and also a race for the championship of the North Co«»t. The difficulty which faces the com mittee is to obtain a suitable course. Motor cycling is booming just now on the North Coast.
M.C.C. COMPETITIONS OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
M.r.C COMPETITIONS OFF. The proposed reliability trial of -the Motor Cycle Club of N.S.W.. on Eight Hour Day, is off. It was discussed at the club meeting on Tuesday, and it was the unanimous opinion P'th«t it would be Inadvisable to promote the event. It was also resolved, at the same time, to discontinue all further effort in the direction of promoting competitions, until normal time3 come around again.
CUMBERLAND CLUB ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
CUMBERLAND CLUB ITEMS. The Cumberland Club, at its meeting on Tues day decided to promote an acceleration test on Saturday. September 23. Post entries will be received, and the usual club course will be '«d- ? j Gunner Sam Vinnicombe, a club member who is doing duty at South Head, joined the ranks of the Benedicts last week.
SPORT KEPT GOING IN OTHER STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
SPORT KEPT GOING IN OTHER STATES. They continue to keep the sport going in other States by promoting open events. Here the governing body has prohibited them while the war is on. The Victorian Club is pro moting open competitions regularly, and there is the same story to tell of the Queensland Club. The latter announces a 50 miles' road race for s 20gn cuji and other prizes, for which at least 20 starters are promised.
MOTOR CYCLE IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
MOTOR CYCLE IMPORTS. The motor cycle imports for the #rst half of the year, for the Commonwealth, show a big increase over those for the first half of the previous year, the figures being as follow : 1916 ? £119,332 1915 ? .. ? £89,961 TUT II IC 111 Ol illliU Vll uwuiu, *(bhvjua tiuaun New South Wales, taking £36,565 against £36,40T to this State. Victoria took £22,713 from U.S.A. and £13.845 from the United Kingdom, while New South Wales bouRht £17,154 from U.S.A. and £19,253 from the United Kingdom. In the total imports to all States, the U.S.A. figures were £73,676, and those for the United Kingdom were valued a! £45,619. In the lint half of 1915 the United Kingdom led U.S.A. by £47,247 lo £24,04S, so that Uncle Sam Ins mtiie rapid progress with motor cycle:) en the Australian market.
TAMWORTH'S TRACK CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
TAMWOKTK'S' TRACK CARNIVAL. The Tnnv.vorth Club, the strongest ar.J r.:in active rural body in the State, lino fisr-i vn Wednesday, September 20, for its trscU car nival on tlie local pony track, which is six furlongs in circumference. Entries arc now being received, and include many from neigh boring tnurriK. Th* nrozramme Is ac follows: Three miles novice handicap. Three miles open handicap. Three miles 560 c.c. and under handicap. Six miles championship. Tilting at the ring. 100yds acceleration test.
FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
FIRST GRADK. P. W. L. T. Percent. Petersham .... 17 12 3 2 .800 Waverley .... 17 13 4 0 .764 Red Sox ? 17 11 5 1 .657 Sydney ...... 17 7 9 1 .437 St. George .... 17 5 12 0 .294 Blue Sox .. .. 17 2 15 0 .117 To-day's game at Waverley Oval, for the benefit of the unfortunate Neale, Waverley's second-grade skipper, should, under ordinary circumstances, have provided the tit-bit of the season, but, unfortunately, the premiers are un able to get their full strength owing to five members being in camp through enlistments and compulsory service. i Anyway. Pete's second-graders have nothing to fear if they play up to the performance of the concluding six innings against Leichhardt last Saturday. The cause is a good one. as the youth is having a most trying time, it being necessary to set his leg three times. There was a good attendance at the Leieb hardt Club's annual meeting at the local Town Hail. The report was a glowing one, and the balance-sheet very satisfactory. The following were cl...
BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE By SAFE. Last Saturday's contests saw the conclusion of the League's Winter competitions. This body was forced into providing -Winter 'ball owing to disqualifications of players participat ing in games under their auspices in the Sum* n-.er sessun. and have nothing to regret for so doing the competitions proving very successful from s playing point, and the support given by the fans. The large majority of games provided exhibi tions of baseball beyond the greatest expecta tions, the close finishes of matches an-1 the un certainty of the premiership in every xradc kept up interest to the termination. Ceriainly there has been a few gemes which v.-cre :ure to end in victory for one side only, bu: this hap Dens in the home of baseball. America, .in no apology is necessary upon that score. Gome whose sympathies arc not with t'.:t League arc attempting to make capital of .1 pro test in the first-grad: competition, upon which the Board fearlessly Rave a decision, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
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SPEARS DEFEATS KRAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
SPEARS DEFEATS KRAMER. A cable received in Sydney on Monday an nounced that Bob Spears, the brilliant Sydney sprinter, had defeated Frank Kramer in a special match race. The event would be over three distances. This is the second occasion this season that Spears has downed the great American in a match race, while he also has scored other victories as well. Four years ago the writer predicted that Spears would be a world's champion, and he will probably wear the mantle now enjoyed by Kramer, at the end of next season.' Spears is a particularly brilliant sprinter.
AUSTRALIANS SCOOP THE POOL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
AUSTRALIANS SCOOP THE POOL. A second cable received this week convey! the news that 'the Australians are making a. clean sweep of the chief prizes at the Newark Velodrome.' Bob Spears and R. J. McNa mara won the teams' race, over 100 kilometres (62 1-3 .miles) and five of the intermediate sprints in connection with it. Two other Australian teams were in the places, Goullett (Vic.) and Grenda (Tas.) finishing second and Pierccy (Vic.) and Frank Corry. of this State, third. The Australians have won a lot of American money this season.
£270 IN PRIZES FOR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
£270 IN PRIZES FOR LEAGUE. The League riders, considering the times. have rather a good programme, of open events ahead of them on the track. The prize-money for meetings which are certain to eventuate, totals £270,. divided among the following fix tures: October 2, Sydney Eight Hours, 9 Lith gow Eight Hours (£31); 18, Bathurst Eight Hours (£23); -30. Newcastle (£22' 10 ); No vember 1, Eight -Hours (£45) ; December 26, Sydney (£30) and Blayney (£30). In addi tion, the League secretary expects to see meet ings run at Orange, Budgee. Portland, Mudgec, AlBury, Murrurundi, Tamworth, Ber rigan, Barellan, and Broken Hill. This is a very satisfactory programme.
CLUB CHAMPION KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
CLUB CHAMPION KILLED. F. E. Rush, one of the most popular mem bers of the N.S.W. Cyclists' Union, and a keen supporter of amateur cycling, has been killed iii action -in France. He was a member o£ the Western Subiirbs Club, and holder of the I road championship, which he won two years in I succession. The deceated rider will be greatly misjed from amateur .cyclinR circle?.