There is a glamor of romance associated with everything Georges Carpentier accomplishes, whether it be in the roped arena with the gloves, or in the clouds with the French ...Article : 1,481 words
The crowd at the Metropolitan Ladies' Club carnival at the Sydney Domain Baths on Saturday was sufficiently large to recoup the anxious officials in full for their heavy outlay, and to ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 3,254 words
Robert Stone, one of the premier Glebe Rugby Union team of 1914, has been awarded the D.C.M. The news came through by cable last week. His friends are delighted with the honor ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 177 words
Trooper W. Nunns, 1st Veterinary Section A.I.F., writes from Egypt : "I am enclosing a photograph, taken by myself. It shows you some of the 1st N.S.W. Vets. Section men, ...Article : 114 words
The King was so far recovered on December 4 as to be able to stand while he pinned the V.C. on the breasts of ten heroes at Buckingham Palace. Among the members of the ...Article : 254 words
Charles McCarthy, the Glebe R.U. Club's secretary, won the club competition of the Rugby Union Rifle Club at Randwick Rifle Range on Saturday. Shooting at 500 yards, ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 322 words
Writing to R. B. Hill from Anzac, December 2, 1915, T. J. Richards sends some news of interest to Rugby Union followers :—"While in Alexandria I took some photos of the No. ...Article : 768 words
The last place in the world one would think of looking for an appreciation of sport is a German newspaper, yet in a clipping sent me from England last week is such a thing. It ...Article : 883 words
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