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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

GENERAL NOTES. Syd. Arundel, a popular member of the Cum berland Club, while negotiating the notorious Parramatta-road a few days ago. struck one o! the numerous bumps and fell heavily. He was unconscious for two hours, and is still far from being himself. According to 'publicity agent' Bill Pynor. the Cumberland Club will have a big field for its acceleration test on Saturday next. The members of the Motor-Cycle Corps had a great time . on Tuesday, when they visited the aviation camp at Windsor.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 30 September 1916

GENERAL NOTES. Arthur E. Stewart, a popular Cyclists' Union official, and ex-secretary of the Eastern Sub urbs Club, a position he resigned to enlist, left for the front a few days ago. He was cnjoying the military life. * For a youth of 17, E. E. Sells is showing very fine form. Thirteen members of the Central Cumberland Club will visit Lithgow for the Eight Hours' racing. Every member of the Manly Club is serving the Empire, even to the secretary. Some time ago, Theo O'Halloran wrote to the latter, ask ing for a list of the Club members who have enlisted. The secretary's wife replied to the effect that her husband, and every other mem- I ber is serving the Empire. Here is a re cord for otVier sporting bodies to equal. | About 75 per cent, of the Eastern Suburbs | miiu j^uiiiiciu ouuuius umoicur CIUO3 nave enlisted. Attacking the grass track records, established 20 years ago, is the fashion nowadays. Allan McDonald, In Victoria, intends to have a go at Sid Aahby's (thei Queenslande...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES TIPS FOR ANGLERS FOR THE WEEK-END SPORT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

FISHING NOTES TIPS FOR ANGLERS FOR THE WEEK-END SPORT By PISCATOR. High water at Sydney to-day at 4.35 a.m. and s.iO p.m.; to-morrow ?t 5.».i a.m. *nd ??? ' p.m. In the tidal rivers these times will prob ably bq found oi no Vi:',ue. lhe uooded .tr ?-.?.- may allow only about three hours of the rising tide to show at the surface, but the tide will come up underneath ali the same. When ilicsc conditions exist fishermen find the upper part of the line bellying down stream with the sur face current, and the bait carried under the boat up stream by the tide. George's River has had a flood which must have driven every well-m-nni.-;n blaru Iv i n nut to cleaner waters. The adjacent Botany Bay received the flood, and during the Rmc was churned up until it looked a smother of foam and dirty water, but it clears quickly, and the bream must have found food fairly easily there. Since the bream were good for a few months, fishermen cannot complain with arlj' justice about the departure of their ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

WHAT 'LONELY SOLDIERS' REALLY LIKE— ' Is, we fear, a letter now and then from the fair flapper, rather than well-meant, but todlous, constant correspondence from tho Instructive elderly and rluli. — (By W. ? K. Haseldon, In tho Dally Mirror.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN ROAD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

VICTORIAN ROAD RACING! To-day a 50 miles open road race is to be held by the Victorian League, over a course from Foolscray lo Little River and back. A big field ir. promised, as ;hc prize list is a cood one, with £20 :o the winner, and £5 for the fastest time. The Northern Suburbs Club promoted two events for Saturday, one for seniors and the other for juniors. The former was over a dijuncc of 15 miles, and G. Trickey (2min ISscrl won by half a Icnpth from T. Munston (I JO) .-.nd T. Edmunds (1.30). B. Evans es tablished the fastest time by negotiating the course in 42rrin. The Juniors' five miles was won by J. Gun ston (30sec) bv iialf a length from T. Phillips (scr) and C. Watts (30scc). The fastest time pri;e w-nt the way of T. Phillips, He took 16rain 30«cc to negotiate the course. Scratch man J. P. Farrar preferred racing in the Albert Park Club's 10 miles to coming to Sydney for the Eight-hour sports. He showed good judgment, for while the Sydney fixture was postponed, he won ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BIG PUSH. "The Law is a Hass."—Mr. Bumble. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

A BIG PUSH. 'The Law is a Hasx.'— Mr. Bumble. Last night, when it began to rain, There came a rueful figure Who wheeled before him up the lane A blank, unlightcd jigger — His lamp went out, and, all in vain, He'd tried to light the beastly thing again. All day on shells he'd been at work To help the push Out There, And, pushing homeward througi the mirk, He felt inclined to swear, For he was wet and hungry, too— And then he met an officer in blue. . . . His Worship said, with countenance Important and severe, 'The push is quite all right In France, We can't allow it here ; A useful lesson this has been — Next time you'd better carry your machine ! ' — Wm. C. Birt Whitwell. in Cycling. Prior to entering the ring against Edwardl, Arlos Fanning extracted a promise from Mr, Lean that if successful he would be given a match with McCoy, who, Arlos reckons, is the greatest lightweight in the world. This note comes from Melbourne. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOLAROI COT, AND ITS EXAMPLE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

THE WOLAROI COT, AND ITS EXAMPLE The Wolaroi Cot was endowed at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Sydney, by Mr. D. U. Seaton after his big win in Mel bourne. The Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children last year treated over 32,000 little ones. Cots may be endowed at the hospital by \ annual payments of £30. There are many en do.wed cots in ttie wards, and there is no greater memorial of one's generosity and love lor suffering humanity than in endowing a cot and thereby helping many a child back to the ? full vigor of health. The child life of the State must be saved, as in the children we have the ? nation's greatent asset, and the word 'patri- otism' extends beyond the helping of a wounded soldier in conserving the life of a nation. , Panacre, the Epsom Handicap winner, was scratched for the Metropolitan at 9.30 a.m. yes terday. Two hundred and seventy-eight nominations were received for next Wednesday's meeting of the Ascot Racing Club. The first race is timed to etart at...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CYCLIST BIG TRACK-RACING PROGRAMME AT EIGHT-HOUR SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

THE CYCLIST BIG TRACK-RACING PROGRAMME AT E1GHT-HOUR SPORTS By BEDE CARROLL. Cyclists nre promised fine racing when the Eight-hour sports arc held— some day, for they are postponed indefinitely. For League riders tiler; nre handicaps over one mile and two miles, th: latter for n £50 prize, .-nd a five mi!::; scratch race. Sixty rideru are competing un:!cr the auspices of the League, and 47 amaicurs undrr the Cyclists1 Union, ii: three handicaps. To-morrow th-- Cydii's1 Union r.-.cmbcrs «re building it French's 1'o'mU. Good prn ;rccs has t'.ch ma-;, ir.d it i- expected that by l:nock-off nmj ;- t-ontiuerabic portion of the house vi:l !-e u,. The secretary of the Cyclists' Union wojlc. lifce to se: two more bricklayer; on th: job. So far all this sec tion of the work ha? Icen done bv one man — R. W. Webber— wno h=s workei? like a Trojan. Those wno intend to aid in this good work ihould be at Fort Macquarie at 9 3.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

CHARLIE GILBERT (MEMBER CITY TATT.'S CLUB.) AUCTIONEER. BOOKMAKER THE DOUBLE SPECIALIST. Paddock - RANDWICK - Saturday. £1000 ? DOUBLE SHORTS and METROP. ? £1000. DOUBLE AND STRAIGHT-OUT ON ALL FORTHCOMING EVENTS. V.R.C. DERBY, CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE CUPS. Doubles and Straight-out. Sufficient Ad dress : CHARLIE GILBERT. SYDNEY. THE FAMOUS FOUR! C.M.B.S. ~ —.-^^ ? MAT. - HARRY 'CRANNEY MARSDEN ^ RANDWICK STAND, 95 AND KANDWICK STAND, 88 -.?^ ? SID.----,- - . ' BILL BAKER SCOTT .KANDWICK STAND, WJ OPERATING AT RANDWICK STAND. 73 RANDWICK TO-DAY AND MONDAY Ask for Charts and Price Lists on the following coming events: Caulfield and Melbourne Cups V.R.C Derby and Melbourne Cup STRAIGHT OUT, PLACE, AND DOUBLE STARTING PRICE ON ALL EVENTS ? SUFFICIENT ADDRESS: CRANNEY ? MARSDEN or BAKER - SCOTT SYDNEY -- SYDNEY WYONG PARK RACES fUECaSTERED A.J.O.) TUESDAY - October 10 - TUESDAY 99 ENTRIES 99. TRAINS LEAVE SYDNEY at 6.40 a.m-, 9.20 a.m.. and Special Trains at 9.32 a.m. (Horses). 10.15 a.m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

Harry Bickards' Tlvoii Theatres, Ltd. Governing Director . . HUGH D. McINTOSH. ATTRACTIONS— SYDNEY : BREAKING THINGS UP. Monday Next - Monday Next - Monday Next BRILLIANT RE-OPENING, THE TIVOLI FOLLIES. FEATURING THE QUEEN OF THE FOLLIES, VERA PEARCE, AUSTRALIA'S LOVELIEST STAR. JACK CANNOT, THELMA RAYE, WALTER WEEMS, GEORGE WELCH, BILLY REGO, PRINCE AND DEERING, Something New. . ... DAISY AND SYDNEY YATES. -?? With tho full force of tbe Chorus and Ballet of Exquisite Girls, 'the Dazzling Rush 'of New Specialties, and the Delightful Tivoli Follies Orchestra under Mr. Will Qulntrell. Life's at best a thing uncertain live 3 by fliclcerins candle-light. There are shams and shows a-plcnt/, cost you money, bore you stiff. Only one show perfect, dainty, of delight superlative, ? . . Some day Death is coming : Monday, let's be glad that we're alive, With a girl or two, or maybe wllh three girls, or even five 1 Winsome, selfish stars that glitter r-und tile Kreat soft-shining star That you ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

R. NEIL. One of the contestants for the Sydney Lawn Tennis Club Captaincy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

A SPORTING NOVEL (Bt ABTHUB WRIGHT). 'KEANE OF KALGOORLIE' text Free within tbe Comaoovmu vsx 1/1 per oopf from 'TB£ REFfaiT, ' Cfflot, Sx±X7. THE MYSTERIES OF MYRA THE MOST WONDERFUL PICTURE EVER MADE, DEALS IMPRESSIVELY WITH THE OCCULT FORCES OF GOOD AND EVIL . (30,000 FEET, IS EPISODES— NEW EPISODE EVERY WEEK) Shows the puzzling phenomena of premonitions— prophetic dreams; Plays upon the visions and communications with the spirit world. It is founded on the efforts of modern science to penetrate the mysteries of our future life. . V Yet with it all there is an intensive love story, full of heart-throbbing interest, hatred. ' '. pathos, and intrigue, touching the heart-strings of your every emotion. THE MYSTERIES OF MYRA is a construct.Ve story. Every episode is stronger -.han / the last. Each builds up to a thundering, gigantic climax, and is backed up by a campaign in the leading publications of the world. SEE THE PICTURE AT MAJESTIC THEATRE (Hyde Park). GLOBE THEATRE (George St...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

TO THE KAISER. 'In a sense.' says Sir John McCall' Agent General for Tasmania, 'we are under an obli gation, to the Kaiser.' All-highest Murderer, Imperial Hun, Lord of the Withered Arm, Since you began your sinful games you ve done A tidy lot of harm. And vet. old chap — I mention It well knowing That this will make you cuss By setting all the petrol taps a-flowing You .benefited us. The cars that rush about, the air polluting, Grow fewer day by day, Less oft is heard the motorcycle's hooting, The 'buses pass away. No longer into hedge and ditch we scramble, But, undisturbed, once more Along the peaceful countryside we ramble, As in the days of yore. For this blest change, Satanic Sir, believing It's all along of you, I'd 'like to pay my debt by gladly giving - To you — your devil's due ! Wm. C. Birt Whitwell, in Cycling. ' The slacker is in every country. The cables tell us that there are plenty of the genus in Ireland, and the English Press tell us that i thero are plenty of them...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PICTURE PALACE PROPOSITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

PICTURE PALACE PROPOSITIONS And finally— wouldn't the periscope put tbe photoplay pests out of commission — tho lady who removes her hat in fifteen minutes flat, the human Zeppelin that floats' alhtfart your wrapt gaze just at the climax, and all of the foil enjw' , . ,, , .

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Home is a serio-comic p!ay by C. Gardner Sullivan, and has Uessic rUrnscale, cnarlcs Kay, Louise Glaum, and Clara Williams in ihe leading roles. With Bessie Hamscale ana Cnanes Kay co-starred, 'two favorites are pre sented together who could scarcely be dupli cated tor popularity. Clara Williams nas played the leading roles in several productions, tier most recent appearance having been with Hart in Hell's Hinges. Louise ulaum com pletes the big quartette ot performers to be seen in this one picture. , ?The theme strises a ruthless blow at one of the foibles of middle-class society. It tears away the cloak of ostentation and ludicrous pretensions of the newly rich, and shows how they expose themselves to exploitation bythosc on the ragged edge of Society. It is the story of a family who were suddenly elevated from modest circumstances to great wealth. The change of fortune hits each one in his or her weak spot — except the younger daughter. Coming home from her scho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE METROP. ELIGIBLES THEIR CHANCES DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

AMONG THE METROP. EL1G1BLES THEIR CHANCES DISCUSSED. At time of writing 38 remain in the Metro politan, which is to start at 2.-15. It is a big field, and, because of sweep con siderations, not likely to be reduced to any extent. Tuesdays running did not disclose anything which might be regarded by the cognoscenti a& 'a stone moral'; tut, on the other hand. :f form on that occasion is a rc-lable guide, there certainly seem several ir. the Metrop. field who may be regarded as a hindrance. The two msin lines for guidance for to-day were the Epsom and the Spring Stakes, and among those of to-day's candidates v/ho ran in Tuesday's wcight-for-age event none eid better than Bee. Running Sasanof so close under 9.0 speaks well for her prospects with 51b less to carry; but it is possible she will find it much more difficult to get her position in such a big field as is sure to contest the o.ic a n d-a-half mile handicap. ? Other runners in that event included Cagou, Cyklon, Ulva's Is...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSEMENT TAX INTRODUCED IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

AMUSEMENT TAX INTRODUCED IN AMERICA. The new Revenue Bill, recently introduced by Chairman Kitchin, of the Way and Means Com mittee in Congress, proposes that theatres, museums, and concert halls located in all cities having more than 100,000 population, shall contribute £8.000.000, although the Stamp Act section of the emergency Bill of October 22. 1914, is to be repealed on January 1, 1917. Every edifice used for the purpose of dramatic. operatic, or other representations, for admission to which entrance money is received, not in cluding halls or armories rented or used oc casionally for concerts or theatrical represen tations, is regarded as a theatre. This comes under the head of the special ta^es, beginning as low as £2, so as to include the smaller mov ing picture shows, and £20 on circuses. The tax on theatres has been changed, so that the theatres will pay according to the population of the cities in which they are Io calcd. instead of according to their seating capacity as ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METROP. BETTING BEE AND POLYCRATES ON TOP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

METROP. BETTING BEE AND POLYCRATES ON TOP. Bee and Polycrates are well clear of the field in Metrop wagering, while Cetigne is solus; on. a mark slightly in front of Kings burgh, Prince Bardolph, Wallace Isinglass, and William the Silent. Cyklon and Quinologist come next, folIoWed by Common Law, Fan Cric, Karanaud King, and Pretty Bobby, while the next division embraces Cagou, Gadabout Two Blues, and Ulva's Isle.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIER SONGS ORPHEUS IN KHAKI. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

SOLDIER SONGS ORPHEUS IN KHAKI. Song i* the amulet of the soldier (says Tre vor Jones in the Daily Chronicle), the never tailing charm he carries with him to beguile the first days fatigue or the last moment's plunge into a belching tornado of destruction. The melody may be facile, the words fatuous; they are merely the instrument, and do not mat ter. What matters is the vibrant voice lifted in song, for through it is manifest the soul of the man. and its victory over circumstances and environment. V/hen, perforce, we must hide our scintillat ing buttons under greasy overalls, and take our turn as camp orderly or cooks' mate — broadly speaking, regimental slut— we don't complain. We don't extend out arms in studied anguish, lamenting the luxurious job we sacrificed to join up, and the elegant homes we've been ac customed to. AH that is taken for granted in the new armies, until it is claimed as a strictly personal prerogative; then .it. is resented. No. .... We sing. 'Good-bye. Virg...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATE OF METROP. CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

FATE OF METROP. CANDIDATES. Since- the beginning of this century five first favorites have won the Metrop., as will be seen from the following list : l'JOl — San Fran ? 4 to 1 Won 1B02— Patronage ? 7 to 4 Unplaced l-/03— Faithful ? 4 to 1 Unplaced 1004— Tartan ? 4 to l' Second 1905 — Tartan... .' ? 5 to I ' Unplaced 1906— Solution ? 2 to 1 Won H'07 — Mooltan ? 5 to 4 Won 1908 — Bluebook ? 3 to 1 Unplaced I 1909— Lord Nolan ? 5. to 1 .Unplaced 1910 — Patronatus ? 6 to I Unplaced 1911— Malt King ? 5 to 1 Won ?- Didus ? each Unplaced 1912— Duke Foote ? Evens Won 1913 — Danaus ? ? 7 to 1 Unplaced 1914 — Sf Carwyne ? 9 to t Third 1915— William the Silent. .. 5 to- 2 Second

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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