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PACING LAST WEEKEND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
PACING LAST WEKK-END. Entries were so large for the combined :ac:s of the Ashfield and Central Cumberland clubl at Pratten Park las'. Saturu.:y. .nat the mile had to be run in three heats c.tl a final, ar.d the two miles in two hcits -ind a !i;ial. The mile final wen; to J. Fittler (65). T. Dwycr (85). and Tom Cannon (45) filling the fiM^sa. » ihiiei M.uicu uy nan a uu-cu iciifctii:i. and Dwyer wa-: o:ily inches in front of Cnnnsn. T. Wilson and C. h'ittler. the back men, could not agree as to pacing. The two miles final was a great rtce, inches separating the first (our, who covered the List two laps at a great pace. Wilson (scr) got Ills wheel in front at the bell and stalled '.lie other.-! off. the other placinjs -.vere : C. ?. Ittler (3D) .!, J. Kittler (130) 3, S. Guyrr.er (45) 4. J. N. Doody stole a inarch on the field In the five miles scratch race. At 12 laps to so he came from the back of the field and, ob taining a break of half a Up, won by near!/ that distance. Guyrr.er ...
TO-DAY'S HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
TO-DAY'S HANDICAPS. The follov.-inp; handicaps have been declarfd for the rncinK at Prattcn Park this afternoon : Ashfield lub's one and i-.vo m'Icj.— L. J. Wil-on. scr. scr ; R. J. Hailrton. lO.ds. 20ydi; C. Fittler. 20. 35 : .1. Fittler. 40 75 : T Cannon. A. Anle/ark. 50. 5S : H. Colcm.-.n. f.5. 120 : T. Dwyer. P0. 170 : I, Scruhc. ion. IQD : A Par kinson. 130. 230 : O. J. Hlrd. 160. 513 : R.' liir:'. ! 170 320: S. Lvnch. 175, 325; N. Lcane,-. J. i Wilson, 210. 400. Central Cumberland Club's ore and two i' !e?.—J. N. Doody. 30vds. 50ycr.: S Cuyme'. W Cotlrell. 40. 70 : F. Kenncd-- JO. 90 : J. Black. 55. 100 : F. Watson. 65. 125. H. Ca^sidy. B0. 14=. T. Dwyer. 90 160 : J. W. Quiglev. 95. 180: B. Gambill. 100. 200; R. Maca-Ja -n. 105. 210: E. E. Sflls. 115, 220: G. Shfphcnl f.on. 130. 250 ; C. Sells J. Bellamy. 140. 270 ; W. Bo'-rrm.in. 150. ?35 : L. Reid. E. Man F-'i. I W. 320; II. Sells. 175. 350; R. Arrald. 1R5, 350
EIGHT-HOURS HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
EIGHT-HOURS HANDICAPS. Thr official handi:apper of the League of . Wheelmen yesterday declared the following : rtartr. for the open events at the Eipht-hours sports :— I One Mile.— G. H. Horder. 30yd» : E. Tammo ' (Vic). 75 ; J. L. Mullins (S.A.). F. D. Wai- j cott. A. J. DavieJ. R. J. Harelton. SO: C. Haji- I neirann. A. E. BishoD. J. V. Farrar, 100 : T. }.'? Wilion. 110; R. E. Mutton. H. W. Nc;bi t. t. ? Cannan. W. Cotterill. R. Doorifon. 120 : K K. ? Coleman. 130 : R. E. Powell (Tas.). A. C. Wol- . cntt. C. Fittler, S. Guymrr. A. I. Mar'ci (0.). i A. Keith. 140 : J. W. Quigley. P Jenkins, I. 1. Fsrrar. 150; T. C. Parker. J. N. Doody, A.Har ris. J. T. Summers. 160 ; J. Fittler 165 : F. Watson. F. Kennedy. A. Anlerarlc, 170; R. I. Slat-K J. Bowermnn. H. J. Cassidy. P. J. Hird. T. Dwyer. 180 : W. Bcath. 190 : G. Harrison, W. Montgomery. H. Sell. R. H. Up'.on. J Wil son. J. F. Smith. 200. Eieht-hours Wheel Race, £50. two miles.— G. Horrfer. 50 ; T. G. Atkins. 100 : C. S. Dickson i'.5...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
NOTES. Dulv.ich Hill Club will hold an eight miles road race, limite-1 to club members, on Septem- ' her 23. Entries are due the Saturday previous to the event. A welcome home was tendered J. McAlpine and I'.. Youngman last week by the Dulwich Hill Club. Both saw service at Gallinoli .inri were, .-5 the dub reporter puts it, 'punctured.' Er::?tary Bob Tuck, of the City Club, an nounces a members' road race for next Satur day on the Bunncrong course. The eldest son of Archie Craig, a popular Cyclist:;' Union official, is among the missing in France. R. J. Blac!:. a good stamp of a rider, has left the amateur ranks, and in future will race with the C-.:~ .berhnd League Club. Stan. Guymer. the Bathurst rider, having taken up his residence in Sydney, hai thrown ir. his lot -.vith the CumberUnder». After a two years' retirement, W. Cotterill— a fine rider on road and trade— will make his re-appearance at Pratten Park to-day. The Central Cumberland and Ashfield Clubs will combine on Satur...
MOTOR CYCLING A. MELLER WINS CANBERRA'S CLIMB Acceleration Test for Cumberlanders: Graflon Club Going Strong [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
MOTOR CYCLING A. MELLER WINS CANBERRA'S CLIMB &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Acceleration Test for Cumberlanders : &nbsp; Grafton Club Going Strong By BEDE CARROLL. A. Meller. astride a 5-6 Matchless, annexed &nbsp; the hill-climb of the Canberra Club, held at National Park on Saturday last, defeating A. &nbsp; Henry by a length after a fine contest. &nbsp; 'The hill was in excellent order. This is the &nbsp; sport. ' &nbsp; H. Meller had a narrow escape from serious &nbsp; injury. While having a trial spin on a 5-6 ; Matchless, and rounding a curve at 50 miles an &nbsp; hour, the machine left the road, and landed in a rocky waterway. Meller mastered his mount but had the bad luck to strike a huge &nbsp; &nbsp; rock, smashing the front wheel and the forks &nbsp; beyond repair. He injured his hand and arm. &nbsp; A local resident rendered first aid. Duplicate p...
EIGHT-HOUR ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916
EIGHT-HOUR ENTRIES. For these times, the entry received for the cycling events at the Eight Hours Sports on October 2, are ? good.' Forty amateurs have nominated, and a similar number of League men. Prior to the war, the Cyclists' Union had as many as 130 -riders, and the League 80 or 90 for this meeting. Most of the active tacihg cyclists arc now. dn active service.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
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Egs-it the Egg [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
Egs-it the Egg .Germany is thorough in her system of State control, even unto the eating of the breakfast egg. Either the German Government finds it imoos siole further to disguise the serious food shortage, or for reasons of its own is repre senting the situation to be worse than it really is, for the Censor has passed an extremely pes simistic dis-atrh from Herr von Wicgand, pub lished by the New York V/orld. Egr? arc the latest articles of diet to be brought under restrictions. Restaurants, cafes, and refreshment rooms ar; prcHbi'.cd from serving them for brcakfr.st. and tiicv .nay be used onlv at luncheon and dinner. Corr.r.iur.al .Tnimirinal nnH nrrvipri.il iujtlinrllio-r Virnr*. ]i..nn ordered by the Food Director. Hen von Batocki, to specify het'veen what hourr. csgs may be served, and any violation of the order is punishable bv fine or imprisonment for one year. An official v/.-.rr.ini; hr.= bc-n ir.sucd against exari;crated hopes of the comini; harvest. The public has been ...
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS New Triangles at the Lyceum to-night. The Aryan (Triangle-Ince), The Moonshines (Tnangle-Keystone). The Shine Girl (Pathe Thanhouser). William S Hart, Bessie Love, and Louise Glaum are the featured players in The Aryan, a woman-hater story with its setting on the blistenngly hot Mojave Desert. California, where Hart and his company camped for some weeks. 'Oft written in letters of blood; deep-carved in the face of destiny, that all men may read.' runs the code of the Aryan race. 'Our women shall be guarded. And a man of the white skinned race may forget much — friends, duty, honor, but this he will not, he cannot forget.' Such is the text of the theme chosen by C. Gardner Sullivan in preparing the scenario. An unusual theme developed in the film is the power of fearlessness and faith to overcome evil. The opposing characteristics are personified in a girl and a man. The man, embittered by a misplaced affection, is the embodiment of hate for all mankind — and womanki...
Lady with Fifteen Gardeners [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
Lady with Fifteen Gardeners A lad' who is vcrv well known in London society, Mrs. I3iscl-o(Tshcim. appealed in vain at the end of July for the exemption of one of fifteen gardeners who. she said, were employed on 1-cr estate. The tribunal did not appear to 1/b altogether unM'mpat.hctic, for the chairman mi.-'- a kindly reference to the lady s good W° Us' Bischoffshcim is the widow of the late Dutch financier who. left .over £2.000,000 and gave £100.000 to charities in celebration of his loldcn wedding. The lady is a Viennese. King «-TJ;,rt when Prince of Wales, often attended her splendid balls and parties at Bute House, the ancient home of the Marquises of Bute. On one of these occasions she brought over for the evening an entire company of German actors and actresses. In thor-c days Mrs. BischofT rhcim's carriage, with superb bay horses, was the handsomest turn-out in Hyde Pnrli. Mrs. Bischoffchcim ir. nn art patron with an eye to a bargain. She once bought a picture in a saleroom...
VERA PEARCE'S IMPRESSIONS OF NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
VERA PEARCE'S IMPRESSIONS OF NEW ZEALAND Vera Pearce. Queen of the Tivoli Follies, speaks with delighted enthusiasm of her experi ences during the recent extended New Zealand tour of the company. 'I have been through the Dominion several times, but I never enjoyed it so thoroughly as I did this last time,' she said. 'People every where were kind and gentle. The soldiers were, as everywhere, our friends. The New Zealand uuys drc a nnc 101, ana incy sun wear a cer tain amount of polished brass. That makes them look very smart, but perhaps they pay a little more attention to their dress than most of the Australians do. 'New Zealand is, on the whole, a dressier country than this. I don't mean to say thai the best-dressed people are better dressed than the best-dressed of Australia are, because they're not. What I do mean h that folks in general pay rather more attention to their clothes. The boys in khaki are full of fun, STANLEY AND BURNS, A PAIR OF CLEVER DANCERS, WHO OPEN AT THE TIVO...
"Teddy" Caused the Big War [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
'Teddy' Caused the Big War If the Army and Navy Journal i= right, the following story wis related in a debate before the Citv Club of Hartford, Connecticut. U.S.A. : 'Who caused the war ? That ir. a long story. Richard Hardin? Davis went to Europe to r,r.d out — that was hi- business as a reporter. He went into Ruc-iing^m Palace and said : '?Now, Georce. on the level, as between t*o friends, who caurci this rumpus ?' ??'Ah— well — I don't know; you go and ask Nick.' . . 'No Davis went lo Pctrocrad and said. Now, Nick who was it ?' And Nick said. 'I don't know; you letter zo ami ask Bill.' So he wc-.t to Berlin, slapp=-l Kill on the back, and said, 'Bill, old c'.-.ap, who was it ?' ' -Teddy.' ?? 'Ted.'-/ ?' ''Yc«; rf-=r be zot thro-i-jh Veins President he wen- to Afik-a to hun-. for a ?vhile; then he when 'o Stockholm to r;et a pcicc prize, and then lie came here. an-! we fi-ci up a little battle for him without sc-.:in- toa near. When the Jiattlc w=s over he b.iid to i-c. 'Bill, tha...
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
AT l/VDNEY i/HOWT THEATRICAL TIT-BITS , Several new turns »t the Tivoli. A ; Korodort finishes at Her Majesty's to-night. likewise Duncan McClure has his final tilt at the church committee at the Theatre RoyaL The Strollers are enjoying a big run at the Palace, with promise of somethinc bigger to follow. Sydney Tivoli newcomers to-diy include the Musical Balkans, a pair of Servians who get wonderful music out of wonderful instruments; Margaret Le Roy and the two Carlyons, fancy dancers ; Winifred Leviere, a girl with looks and a voice ; Cardo and Noll, the operatic favorites J and Stanley and Burns, a pair of up-to-date male dancers. Romance, a story of church and stage. featuring Madge Fabian and Frank Harvey, will unfold its glories at the Criterion to night. This piece is all the rage in London at present. Dorothy Brunton will be back at Her Majesty's next Saturday in To-night's the Night. It should be. The Royal Comics will vacate Her Majesty's during the coming week, presenting...
Tightening the Belt [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
Tizhtenln?; the Belt The Rhciniich-Westfalischc Zeitung ' (whicn. like so rnsny of its contemporaries, n«is recently undergone the ordeal of temporary suspension) adds one mo-e to the multitudinous appeals which have teen made to the German people to keep their grievances to themselves. This ap peal : 'To behold our fellows is to want to kiss them.' wrote Bismarck during the great days of the war of 1870-71. If they deserved being kissed then, they do so doubly at the present day. Over yonder they stand firm as a wall of iron ana sicei. i ney snow a ncroism uy ir.c side of which all that we have been taught so carefully in school about ancient Greeks and Romans pales into insignificance. And what of us at home ? Our people, and more particularly our women, manifest a hero Ism that can never be told in suffering the pri vations which an enemy who is utterly power less to crush us. despite his overwhelming superiority in men and^ material, inflicts on us. For this we shall never forgi...
CRICKET ACHIEVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
CRICKET ACHIEVEMENT. On the other hand, the Victorian Cricket As sociation raised £3255/7 /i0 lor the War Funds, and the following amounts were allotted to dif ferent funds: Lady Stanley Fund. £1814/2/4; State War Council. £500; Returned Soldiers' As sociation, £500. The gross amount was handed over, as the whole of the expenses. £273/9/3, was defrayed by members of the V.C.A., the clubs, and the V.C.A. This is a glorious achieve ment, and, as far as I know, without parallel. There i» no necessity to say that the workers were sincere and earnest. Besides the amounts mentioned, the Button Day for the Cricket Material Fund for soldiers in camp and at the front yielded over £500. and the following articles were sent to EngUnd, Egypt, Rabaul. and to the camps here: 290 bats, 551 balls, 12 footballs, £4 sets of stumps, 100 leg-tuards. 38 sets of wicket-keeping and boxing gloves. 117 score books, and 23 batting cloves. The Association, at its final meeting for the year, decided to follow ...
MELB'RNE FOOTER AND CRICKET THE WINTER'S CLOSE AND SUMMER'S START [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 16 September 1916
MELB'RNE FOOTER AND CRICKET ? * ? . THE WINTER'S CLOSE AND SUMMER'S START By ONLOOKER. Only a moderate attendance patronircvl t.'-ie bcnelil match at North Melbourne for Uo.ry Todd. champion ot the Blue and White a quar ter of a century ago. The onc-timc popular idol has been oul of the State for ebout 23 years —in Wcstralin and New Zealand mostly. ' He had made arrangements to catch the next boat from the Dominion to Melbourne, and was spending the intervening days on a friend'* farm. Harry was nssiitini: to r.iuh a paddock when the premature explosion oi a stick of dynamite blew off both his hands at the wrists. One is glad to be nblc to say that the famous veteran is quite cheerful under 'nis terrible ai fliction. The game on Saturday last wi«r. between North Melbourne last ycar^ premiers of the V.K. Asociation, and a combined Association team. It was well contested, and was won by North Melbourne by !- soak 8 behinds to 6 gonl» 7 behinds scored by the Association team. The takin...