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FILMING THE BIG PUSH KINEMA MAN AT THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

FILMING THE BIG PUSH KINEMA MAN AT THE FRONT Almost «s soon as the war began kinemato sraph operators were attached to the Russian. French, and German Armies, but it was not until last September that British operators were allowed to go to the front to take pic tures. Even they they moved towards the trenches by slow degrees, the idea being to show pictures of the soldiers' lives at the front and to lead up gradually to the point i where actual fighting was to be seen. The earlier pictures, however, writes W.G.F | in the London Daily Mail, greatly displeased the kinema trade Press, which denounced them as ''tame and instructional.' As. the opera tors neared the firing line their pictures were FORD STIRLING IN THE PROCESS OF 8OWING HIS WILD OATS, THE KEYSTONE TRIANGLE, WHICH WILL HOLD THE SCREEN AT THE EMPRESS ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY NEXT, AND IS SHOWN TO-NIGHT ONLY AT THE LYCEUM. still described as dull, although some of them had gone through great perils to get them. When...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FISHING NOTES RECORD BLACK BREAM SEASON IN GEORGE'S RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

FISHING NOTES RECORD BLACK BREAM SEASON IN GEORGE'S RIVER ? By PI6CATOR. High-water at Sydney to-day at 5.20 ».m. 5.45 p.m.; .to-morrow, at 6.10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Jerusalem Bay is improving, and should be tried to-day for whiting, black Dream and Jew fish. It is also on the cards that hairtail will b; biting. Failing prawns, raw crayfish will be u useful bait. Moored off Hungry Beach and Little Pitt watcr, on a southern shore of Broken Bay, be low the entrance to Cowan Creek, men may expect black bream to be biting this week-end. The record black bream season Continues in George's River. . More blnck bream of good sire and quality have been caught up stream from Como during the last three and a half months than for two or three years. If vhit ing and flounder come along in equal numbers Summer fishermen will be more than satisfied. One explanation of the abundance of bream is that some of the smartest mesh-netters have gone into khaki. Professional hand-line fisher men have been ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

Harry Rickards' Tivoli Theatres, Ltd. Governing Director .. HUGH D. McINTOSH. ATTRACTIONS. SYDNEY: I CARDO A\T- yOIX ,'KTOIS !U-0 ' I.OCIS LONDON TWO CARI.YON3 ; O'DOSNIXl. AND M.AIR AXD \.V. W-\ KEIXY AND FEIIN WINIFRED W.VTKRB j VANDINOTV AND LOl'in Ml'frlCAI. BALKANS | musical mvisc stanley and burns j ? I ADELAIDE: wm. andkhson dramatic oowtany. NEW ZEALAND: NO. 1 CO., HOilArx COI.DIN AND CO. ON TOUK. NO. 2 CO., TUB BIXA OASPERS CONCERT 00. ON TCUt. TIVOLI FOLLIES OPEN SYD1 MELBOURNE: «J TIVOLI FOLLIES Hi VERA PEARCE | zova TRAnon riiiNOi: and DErarrf, 43 THK PAtlSIILKVS :-!IORT AND LITTLE {' ' ? ? ??;?! BRISBANE: ?..-? TIVOLI HOOF OAKDEN. -^5 MACK AXD MADEI.LE OS-KO-MON A CRACK ILVNSON .UCK AND FOIUS .^ CLVIieNCE WILBUR LKICUTON AND KENNEDY . :ir DAN AHKRN DICK DOROTHY TRIO. ??:'« TIVOLI THEATRE. \-'i£ CHARLES E. KING DRAMATIC OOMT.OT. .s.V.^ VJEY, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9 |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

BAKER'5 iSTADIUM TO-NIGHr TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGKT Do.,, OPM 7 „?„«*. '''^^[?^/^^'?'^r.^nrrr. .rnn*T v. m,, Mr0RATII. s.cc,6 E3O. ? MAIS E\ r.ST— GREAT INTKnSATIONAL UK l\ - 's ) |.;,,r'i ?-\ Tr^'T ? 5 ;?? (Tom) McMAHON v. (Les) O'DONNELL PRKT.S : 10' iKn.) .'. 3 is4 ' NEXT MONDAY NIGHT Hewn. op»n 7 °''-'-- F-fi Trr/iin, 7.I.'. Tvro in. r.-.i.nH .o^tc-... rir.t. ; r.'.rr':, \HTT MlT.niT T. JACK REAP. --ron-l. :' oVI-y-l,. r\TKR.VATl--NAI. Ml IT-: ?? v. I ii,i|T r-».Ti:.sT HENRI TYNCKE v. LES WIDDERS TRK'te : o ('Res.), ; ', md 1 . SPECIAL NOTICE NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 8 P.M. IulOiB?- ^2-iBoD|b-r ':',P'reJ-. c«rge Chip. Vin« Pl.ekbnrn. lljrr.' ll-»!mr,. n^r Smith. -m.i J,, Chip. AIM Blin-IloM DoiIdk Contcit and l«o b.xroimd (on ipiu Rill u.nc v r.. C;lr--on in.l \I Dn\ ?? Mil* Willumf. The ValWrville Prosrlmmc will consist ol .„„„? hicli-rbC l.ilfnu' TRICKS: Rincridc ScjIj t; Tcrriccj 1 '. Ij.lire 1 lo ^11 pan . NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 30 WORLD'S MlDDLEWl:iCHT CIlAMP...

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SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS The first film directed by Vitagraph'g woman director, Margaret Bertcb, is Salvation Joan, a six-part feature with Edna May and Harry Morey. Edna May is the Continental and Ame rican favorite who made The Belle of New York famous, and who was likewise /nade famous by it. It is her first film appearance. Double Trouble is the next Douglas Fair banks Triangle comedy drama. He portrays a staid young man, very popular with old ladies, who, by receiving a hard crack on the head, is turned into a very hilarious young fellow. Lillian Gish's next vehicle is The Innocent Magdalene, from the Triangle-Fine Arts studios, in which she is supported by Sam de Grasse and Spottiswoode Aitken. This is a pretty drama, somewhat after the style of The Stoning. Henry Warner, star of The Raiders and The Market of Vain Desire, will be seen in Shell 43 shortly. This is a drama of the great war, and has Warner in the role of a Secret Service officer. The title does not refer to the number of...

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READ THE REFEREE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

READ THE REFEREE For W. F. Corbett'i report of | the Tom McMahon v. Les. ! O'Donneil contest to-night i

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BATTLE STORIES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

BATTLE STORIES A divisional commander relates several anec dotes of the experiences of his command dur ing the fierce battle of the early days in July. He told of a very gallant man in the Nor thumberland Fusiliers who was charged with the mission of carrying an urgent despatch. When within two hundred yards of hi3 des tination he was brought down by a bullet. Al though he must have been suffering terribly, he managed to drag himself across the inter vening ground, literally leu into tne dug-out, put his hand upon his breast vwhcre the precious missive lay, feebly murmured, 'It is here,' and fell back dead. An incident which was related to the accom paniment of a running chuckle referred to a Bos-;hc lieutenant who, on divining that the British were in possession of the cutting out side his dug-out, emerged, pulling on a pair of very dandy yellow gloves, with his swagger cane under his arm, and demanded to be con ducted to a high officer. As' it was thought that he might have import...

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THE ARROW, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 191 AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

| ? THE &RBOW, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 191 i§f At i /Vtyktf v . fp$c%krp W mm -*~*- * L-r. I J-MAI JLj I l/ JFlv^Wi/ §§|| THEATRICAL TIT-BITS To-cithfi THE Night. At Her Majesty's, where the function U In the hands of the J.C.W....Musical Comedy Com pany. Previously a London G«iety hit, should make Cood here in the hands of our old favorites. The two Carlyons and Leroy put in some very good team work. Dancing turns always Co well with Tivoli audiences, but this goes better. GorgonroU Opera Company at the Palace in a cheesed version of Faust. Topped off with S'Nice Minctd Pies. Have you ever seen or heard a Tamburitza ? Ifs a musical growth. Serbia's national in strument. Played by Servians at the Tivoli. We've had some dancers here, local and im ported. Now we have Stanley and Burns. If they stopped here a century their stuff would still be new. Arthur Styan, who plays Steelman in While the Billy Boils, tells this anecdote about Oscar Wilde and Alfred Tapping, stage manager ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEIGHTS FOR JUMPERS AT RANDWICK GOOD NEW ZEALAND STEEPLE PAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

WEIGHTS FOR JUMPERS AT RANDWICK GOOD NEW ZEALAND STEEPLE PAIR. For the First Hurdles at the Spring meetlne 27 have been weighted, while for -Monday's First Steeplechase Mr. Daly has framed adjust ments for 25 candidates. Unfortunately, we can not look forward to having more than half of these as starters, though it is probable the field in the Hurdles will be well in excess of that for the brush event. No fewer than six horses hold engagements in ho'.h races. Including Troublesome. 11.6 in the hurdles, and 11.10 in the steeple; Compro mise, 10.7-10-12; Trentbar, 10.7-10.12; Sylvan Lass, 10.4-10.8; May Music, 9.3-9-7; Yellowboc, 9.0-9.2. While Grand Fleet has already declined the .honor of top-weight (12.12) in the hurdles, Briarberry still stands his ground in the steeple, but it would not be surprising if his connections regarded 13.5 as too tlattering. Grand Fleet's defection leaves Jack Rice at the head of affairs (with Toa Tcre) in the Hurdles, and notwithstanding his failure in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

*-rn 1S20— Stilt [ring strong Johnnie Walker (showing his passport) : 'You recognise me, then ? ' . ' Officer; 'Mais, oui! Monsieur has only ze need to show himself and say, 'Still going strong,' and voila! he go anywhere.' JOHN WALKER & SONS, LTD., Scotch Whisky Distillers, KILMARNOCK, SCOTLAND.

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NOTES ON THE SPRING CARNIVAL POLYCRATES STANDS HIS GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

NOTES ON THE SPRING CARNIVAL POLYCRATES STANDS HIS GROUND. When it became known that William the Silent was somewhat amiss, those who had picked him for the Metropolitan were far from pleased with themselves; and even yet there is no certainty that he will see the post. He is at present confined to easy work and swimming, and al though his leg has improved greatly, it will probably be some days before he is given a test. Upon that will depend his chances of starting for the big mile and a half event on Eight-Hour Day. Naturally his price has been affected, and there are now several in advance of him, albeit not to any great extent. On top of that trouble came Thursday's in timation that the Epsom favorite, Polycratcs, was not all that might be desired. Trouble for hi» backers, however, was considerably mini mised by the fact that he was out on Friday morning doing easy work. Nor has his price been extended. That is as good a sien as anyone tan wish. for that there is no indication o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

A CHAMPION AMONG CHAMPIONS GEORGE CHIP. LES DARCY. CHAHP1OSS LES DABCV and UEOME CHIT, »ho eonltst the World'i Middleneicht CTuznpiorubip »?. the Sudicm on September 30. botn use and rerommrnd DEAN'S TONIC NEItVK NUTS, lei IHrcy has uied tbtw lor atom j ynr; George Chip enlr Martrd on them sir.ci- -i» arrivjl in Au»:nlia. Both rrttjzn'm ind tp^Kdjtc the bencat derived. Hrad thrir trslimonUli, and, i: ;o'j ire fcclini run do»u. or hf-e uerre or bnlu wciiiiE «ori to do, follow their idtice. LES DARCY, writing last December, said : — 'Feeling depressed after my hardest training I was recommended by a friend to try TONIC NERVE NUTS. Their effect was excellent. I must say I feel real fit again, and I advise anyone going in for training to use HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS. 'Yours sincerely, LES DARCY.' GEORGE CHIP, writing this month, says : — 'As no doubt you are aware, I have come over 11,000 miles across the Pacific to box Les. Darcy for the World's Middleweight Championship. We are meeting...

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VICTORIA PARK TROTS THIS AFTERNOON FOR SOUTH SYDNEY HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

VICTORIA PARK TROTS THIS AFTERNOON FOR SOUTH SYDNEY HOSPITAL. Everything points to a highly successful trotting fixture at Victoria Park this afternoon, ?where there are 106 entries for six events on a programme framed on behalf of the South Sydney Hospital. With a meeting at Epping so recently as Monday, form should be to some extent disclosed, though there are several horses nominated for to-day which did not strip at the Glebe -ack Racing will commence with the Encourage Handicap (1 mile) at 2.15, and in addition to the ordinary Zetland line, special trams will run at frequent intervals to the course gates. Selections : — ENCOURAGE HANDIC.-T-- COMEDY CHIEF or BUCKINGBrtR LASS. NOVICE UNHOPPLED HANDICAP : MONITAUR or WAR BELLS. FLYING MILE : CULLINAN or PRINCE WOOD. PROGRESSIVE HANDICAP t LADY RUPEE or GOWS. UNHOPPLED HANDICAP : COUNTRY GIRL or WARNING CHIMES. A.T.C. HANDICAP : BLUE BARON or FLEETFOOT. A good country performer in Araman is down to make his metropolitan debut at th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

iTEMNl/ Town y 1. TALK' * i/TAURU/ The principal event to-day Is the tournament i at Appian Way courts, Burwood. The pro- ; ceeds arc to be devoted towards the Y.M.C.A. Field Fund. The programme shoulJ provide j plenty cf good tennis. ' The match las: Saturday between Wricht Clark and Peach Bros, in the championship of I the Sydney Ciab had to be postponed on a;- I count of an accident to W. A. Clark. In the ; midst of play he felt a sharp pair, in the calf ' of the leg. and. turning round, asked his part ner if he had hit him with a tcnnl» hall. Wrifiht , shook hi.« hczd. and Cinrk looked perplexed. ; and found :h»t he could scarcely put his foot ' to the pround. 50 severe was the pain which had suddenly attacked him. He rr.ade an at- , tempt to proceed, but a halt t^h called after a | few shots, ai Clark could scarcely move on the . court. j It subieqaenOy was discovered th»t William | j had j-jiuined a rupture cf the pUntaris muscle. 1 This h kr.own medically a'.sa as the lawn te...

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Peris[?] pic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

Tteristppicfteps By CISEAUX. 'A place within the sun,' Huns ask. 'We need it for our trade.' How strange it sounds to us who basic ? In Summer suns and merely ask A place within the stude.

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CRICKET FIRST ROUND OF THE SYDNEY GRADE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

CRICKET FIRST ROUND OF THE SYDNEY GRADE MATCHES The New South Wales Cricket Association has drafted the programme of grade matches for the season, and has done very well in the circumstances, most of the clubs being well | represented in all the grades. Below will be 1 found the matches arranged (or the opening I day in the three grades, the date being Octo- | ber 7. First Grade : Balmiin v University, Birch grove; Waverley v Western Suburbs. Waver ley; Petersham v North Sydney. North Sydney; Middle Harbor v Gordon. Chats-wood; Glebe v Sydney. Sydney Cricket Ground No. 1; Pad dington. a bye. Second Grade : Balrrmin v St. George. Hurst vilie: Randwick v Redfcrn. Randwick; New town v High School*. Erskineville ; Mosman v Sydney, Mosman; Leichhardt v Petersham. Petersham; Western Suburbs v Paddington. St. Luke's; Waverley v North Sydney. Sydney Cricket Ground No. 2: University v Middle Harbor, Manly; Gordon v Glebe, Wentworth Park. Third Grade : Balmain v Nerrtown. Balmain No. 2; Randw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LITTLE, BUT BRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

LITTLE, BUT BRAVE. The Prime Minister of Australia. W. M. Hughes, is a midget, with the heart of a.: giant fighter. At the Town Hall meetine the other night he rasped it out hard to those who do not sec eye to eye with him in the matter o£ the referendum. 'The only chance, that men will now havr^— that they will ever have — to fight for Australia is to go and stand alongside their comr^des-tn France,' said the little Warrior, who has set | continents talking. Their rematmnc in Australia to protect Australia against Germany or any other. .pre- datory Power is only so much humbug.. 'Once Great Britain is beaten we are doomed men. It would not be war. It would bc*a. massacre. 'Belgium had a territory not to be compared in size to Australia, but she had a standing army, great guns, and forts that wore sup- ? posed to be impregnable. Where is she . to day ? Broken and trampled upon. 'And yet we have there gentlemen sayisc they are staying in Australia to fight for Aus tralia. The only ch...

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TO ABSORB ROAD SHOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

TO ABSORB ROAD SHOCKS. Mcsrrs. Bennett and Barkell, Ltd., have ap plied for patent rights for a Spring frame at tachment for motor cycles. Thr firm believe that U will be a long time be.'orc we have good roaa:, in Australia, and have devoted a lot ot DOUBLE LEADS TO DOUBLE. . ? ','Shay, ol' snap, 'm I walkdn' sch-tralKbt ??? - 'Sch-tralght 's gun-barr'!, ol' boy; b-but (hie) who'sh y' pal ? — bc'sb deshidedly (hie) wobbly !'? time to perfecting a simple frame attachment which may be fitted to almost any standard make of motor cycle. In designing the at tachment, bad points to be avoided were: — 1. Multiplicity of moving parts. 2. Saddle posi tion too high from ground. 3. Variation o! distance between sprocket or pulley centres. 4. Erratic steering caused by main member-. of frame not being thoroughly rigid. 5. A springing system which docs not insulate the rider s legs and feet from all road vibration-, i 6. Impossibility of altering to suit varying [ weights pi riders. | The B. and...

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Tween Drinks [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

Jl^nu^/mh By JOHN DKAYTON. Wanted, patches for the breaches of award. But the Antis. conscripted the bull-ants, just the same ! A man can forcet most of his troubles when he has toothache. From an English paper: 'Wanted a cowman. cr cowlady.' Why not a cowgentleman ? Cabled that the Huns will not stand for the bayonet. Who would not try to sidestep it ? 'It in better to be poor and honest,' says the teacher. How many honest men are rich ? One of late George Bull's good things : 'The Cripple Alliance, they'll soon have to call it.' Motto of the standback : When the time comes I will do my duty. That time was made ior slaves. Joe Cook is entitled to a good*1 hearing on re cruiting. He has three members of his family at the front. 'How we lost a General.' We lost ours through objecting to her having seven nights a week off. The politician who shakes your hand the hardest is often the man who is out to pull your leg the longest. Hindenburg is the white hope of the Huns — and, on the fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 23 September 1916

THE REFEREE A. J.C. Spring Meeting; by Pilot The Boxing World by W. F. Corbett All Sport* by Experts SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Paper Reading for Men & Women Latest War & General News Sport Comment by Experts

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