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DIDN'T LIKE IT OUTRAGED DRAMATIC CRITIC. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

DIDN'T LIKE IT OUTRAGED DRAMATIC CRITIC. S?y.s ,tn= Kansas City Journal : A 'critic' in a Third district weekly newspaper is shocked at the variety of musical comedy shows which have appeared in his town recently and he is , not sparing of a sharp tongue in his criticism, not to say denunciation, of the 'way the bawdy and beplumcd damsels of the footlights disport themselves. demoralising our sons and daughters.' To quote him further : ?'. . . . The most recent of these public exhibitions was truly injurious to the morale of our com munity. The young be-tightcd female who uancca on ner toes clad in the thinnest of gauze material, thus betraying every line of her limbs and torso, interspersed feats of high kick ing that, while vociferously applauded by per sons sadly lacking a proper sense of discrimi nation as regards what constitutes the delicate and indelicate relative to such performances brfore the young and imprcssionate. were shaming to the modesty of mankind ; 1 might add in ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIDERS WHO HAVE SUCCEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

RIDERS WHO HAVE SUCCEEDED. Of those riders engaged to-day, five have already won a Metropolitan, those successful being : . . 1906— L. H. Hewitt (Solution). 1907— R. W. Brennan (Mooltan). 1908— W. H.. McLachlan (Mooltan). 1912— R.. Lewis (Duke Footc.) 1914— A. Callinan (St. Spasa). As a reminder 'to those who may have some doubt regarding Polycrates at a mile and a j half, it may be worth mentioning that, as a| four-vear-old, carrying 9.4. he ran fecond in the Biennial Stakes at Newmarket to Vana ri-um (8.0), with Troubadour (9.8) third. Wager (Petersham) : It was on March 6, 1915, that Sanguine, 8.3 (M. Connell), beat th: tnly other starter, Brundce Lad, all. 51b, 8 1 (W. Dawson); in the Flying Mile at Canter bury Park. Sanguine started at 3 to 1 on and won by three lengths in 1.43. '

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

- ' THE WURST JOKE OF THE WAR. (Adapted from a Bjrtandcr cartoon.)

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peris co pic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

Verisc°pic'J^e/)S By CISEAUX. 'Charlie, 'dear.' said young Mrs. Con Scrip-' tion, 'this article says that the old-fashioned slump-orator has almost disappeared from the Domain.' 'Yes?' ' 'Why is it so ?' . 'It's easily explained. The Government— or Mr. Maiden — has imposed so many restrictions, on cutting down trees that the sunnlv of stumps l:as probably given out.' Have you heard it? A fashionably dressed man entered a saloon kept by one of the Teutonic persuasion in New York, and asked if he could have a drink, stat ir.r frankly that he had no money. 'I'm working,' he said, 'but I don't get paid till Saturday.' Yes, he could have a drink — what would he take? A whisky and cloves. While the visitor was surrounding the liquid the proprietor asked him where he was work ing. 'In a munitions factory.' |'V/ho vas you making those munitions for ?' 'For the Germans.' 'Haf another drink,' and the saloon-keeper filled his glass. After thinking a while he said: 'But how do you get dose muni...

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

y£~+ raE Distillers (3ompany« LIMITEDl I EDINBURGH. COWWQHT. ? '

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

TbeenuDrJnb By JOHN DKAYTON. Another chip on the Dare; stack— of chips. Whose is this ? : 'You cannot serve God and Gammon.' 'First right use of money.' First get your money. [ 'RefnseUen' is not a bad title for the 'cold ? feet. I Milk fivepence a quart. As cheap as beer 1 BOW. Often it is not the question that embarrasses, , bat the answer. ( Is a list of arrivals' appears the name of Mr. jj King O'Mallcy. Reminder for the a'ntis : It's the last pound ! of punch that will win. The wife of a barber named Watson has given birth to triplets. Heirs for hairdresser. One of the papers says Rockefeller, the Ame rican money-monarch, is a bullionaire. '- Vulcan's Pass re-taken. By another of the sledgehammer blows of the Allies. 'When our machine-guns opened fire the enemy stopped dead.' And stayed dead, too, in large numbers. 'Mr. John Walker, aged 83— an old Wollon gong resident,' etc. Seems to go without say ing, doesn't it ?' ? In Berlin beer has been declared a luxury. Thus is the war...

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

THE REFEREE A-J.C. Spring Meeting by Pflot The Boxag World by W. F. Corbett Cricket's Opening by Not Oat SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Paper Randwick Races, by Pilot Latest War & General News Uren v. Stone Battle by W. F. Corbett ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIDERS FOR TO-DAY CONNELL ON POLYCRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

. RIDERS FOR TO-DAY CONNELL ON POLYCRATES. Appended will be found the riders to be on several Metropolitan' candidates. The only noteworthy alteration of late is that Mr. Yuill has consented to Conncll getting off Gadabout in order to take the mount on Polycrates. Ccticne — J. Killorn. i Ulva's Isle— W. Foulsham. Cagou— W. H. McLachlan. Cyklon— R. Lewis. Polycrates — M. Connell. Prince Bardolph— G. Mcddick. KingsburRh— L Walker. Wallace Isinglass— A. Wood. The Chiistiar. Brother — F. Russell. Pretty Bobby — F. Herbert. Karanaud King— T. O'Kecfc. Three Star — F. Foley. Galtcc Queen — F. Dempsey. Bridges— A. P Whicker. Tarpaulin— C'Bardcn. Lady Blacks.-ind— H. Webster. Lady Bohiform — J. Quigley. Bee — W. Smart. Ofla — A. Shanahan. Fantarie— A. Davis. William the Silent — G. Harrison. Common Law — A. Evnns, Ccsarius— G. Hutchinrs. '' Two Blues— P. O'Neill ',

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE METROPOLITAN AT RANDWICK TO-DAY Derby Day Form Reviewed: Prospects of Metrop. Horses A.J.C. OFFER £7250 FOR SECOND DAY SOME BIG FIELDS LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

THE METROPOLITAN AT R AND WICE3' TO-DAY Derby Day Form Reviewed : : By Tulkeroo :: Prospects of Metrop. Horses A.J.C. OFFER £7250 FOR SECOND DAY SOME BIG FIELDS LIKELY. The wiles of man have long enabled us to considerably minimise most inconveniences, even when unexpected; but with rain there is no course but to grin and bear it. So to-day, when we should have been ap proaching the last day of the A.J.C. Spring car nival, we arc compelled, through the persistence of Jupited Pluvius, to look forward to the second day only, and at that send up a fervent prayer . that that dignitary may pity us to the extent of directing tiia attentions elsewhere. Possibly there has never been such a week of muddle in the history of metropolitan racing: and how the various clubs are going to fit in — after the rain is finished — is. a problem lew would like to set upon. Nor is it possible to gauge the loss that must accrue by reason of the mix-up. However, there are sure to be races at Rand wick so lo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS INDEFINITE POSTPONEMENT OF 8-HOUR SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

ATHLETICS INDEFINITE POSTPONEMENT OF 8-HOUR SPORTS - ~' By ARGUS, ? ?;? The Eight-hour Day sports were postponed last Monday, and were to have taken place to day at the Royal Agricultural Society's Ground. Moore Park. However, they have! been again postponed— to a date yet to be fixed. 1 can only go back some 30 years. and durinc that period I can not call to mind any previous postpone ment oi the EiRht-hour Day lur.ction, altncugn I can remember wet days. However, on Mon day last, a'tcr the treat dov/nprur of the pre vious days, the state of the tricks at tin Snow. Ground precluded coortti of anv kind. At the time of penninc thce notes I cannot say definitely what arc the club arrangements for thir, afternoon, but presumably everything hinges on the weather. On Saturday ill sport was abandoned owins tc the rain, with the exception o! s.iilinj. Naturally, the Botany Harriers' picnic and sports meet, to have been held at Sylvani*. suffered like the rest — the afiair was postpones unt...

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

MEN'S FINE FOOTWEAR . THERE'S NOTHING LIKE LEATHER, particularly when lhat leather is the BEST in its CLASS, WELL TANNED, specially SELECTED for the pur pose for which it is intended, and FASHIONED into FIRST-CLASS FOOT WEAR by MODERN machinery operated by EXPERT Labor. We arc EXPERTS in the BUSINESS of providing Fashionable FOOT WEAR that is nt once COMFORTABLE and STYLISH. yK withal DURABLE and ECONOMICAL. Our enormous trade with TOWNSPEOPLE am! COUNTRY FOLK throughout Australia enables us to BIT in LARGER QUAN TITIES and to offer a GREATER ASSORTMENT of S!ylc:i nnd Si7e.«. in Broad and Narrow Toed Hoots and Shoes, and Easy-fitlin,T :;i.-cs, lhan ANY OTHER HOUSE, and everything we offer has the unassailable and magnetic attrac tion brought about by the virtue of . ANTHONY HORDF.RNS' FAMOUS LOW PRICES. ANTHONY HORDERN & Sons, Ltd: : : ^^^cT^llr:r,[?luD.E^!;? BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

NILUN, DEERY & CO., LTD. BPOBTS Dlil'OT AND TOlUCCONlSTB, S3 CASTl.KltKAOH STItKET CHARS, CISflBETTS'TOBACCBL* PIFES. ETC. VOUIl OLD FII1KND, JOE ANDREOLI HAS OPKNKD A COUMODIOL'S, III'-TO-DATE, 9 TABLE BILLIARD ROOM. At P7 CASILKKKAOII HT.. SYDNKY (Nut Aiicui in.l Uobrrt-o-i'« uuj Nc.r Tivoli Thpiitrc). BAKER'S STADIUM. ? -I'monal Ilinilion .. .. IIKU. L. 11AKEII. TO-NIGHT, AT 8.30— INTERNATIONAL WELTERWEIGHT CONTE8T.' (IIAIiltY) (TOMMY.) ST©MSE v. UREN Klrnt Prclimlruiry 7.45-1MIIVATK tillANT v. K1)D IK Mi-IXAS; Sc«o|ii| I'rellmlniry 8.5-JTM SULUVAK T. BTAN 1IKUSON. Fint Tiyuiit 7. IS. rilU'|-.S: 1»/ (11^.), 5/, a/, oml'S/. NEXT MONDAY, AT 8.40— INTERNATIONAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONTE8T. (IXliKNK) (IIOUCII111OUSK) VOLAIRE v. BURNS. Firrt Preliminary, 8 o'clock— HOM KIJ.I.AllH v. Bl 1,1, NonniS; Second rrellinlnury, 8.30-JOE IlBrflTY t. DON McDonald; rir»t Trjout, -.ii. nurKS: i/di.n.i, -.?/ and l/. : STADllll 'I'Or' NKXT WKJINKiUlAY, AT 8 T.M. Tralnlnc toblhltlooi by DAVE SMITH, ....

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AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

[?] THEATRICAL TIT-BITS Follies on Monday. Bigeest ahow ever, is the promis* Sore to be fulfilled at the hands of the beautiful young Queen and her followers. Altogether, the Follies promise to take the «ting out of the Federal Amusements tax. New songs to be sung in a new fashion; new dances to be footed with novel grace; new Jokes to be cracked with fresh vigor. Monday bids fair to be a red-letter night in the calendar of the Sydney amusement seeker, who is sor-ly in need of diversion. Vera Pearre, in the course of her travels, has acquired an even bigger reputation than fell to her lot when last she appeared in Syd ney. How she's going to live up to it all Monday night will tell. Thelma Rayc has done the same sort of thing, only along more subdued and less ob vious lines. There is one attribute of Miss Raye's which no one desires to sec bettered — that is the color of her hair. As a matter of fact, we don't suppose it could be. Jack Cannot. George Welsh, Walter Weems, Billy Rcgo ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP. WINNER OF SOVEREIGN SNAPSHOT, SEPTEMBER 23 : WILLIAM J. SMYTHE, 78 GOWRIE STREET. NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP. .WINNER OF SOVERErCN SNAPSHOT, SEPTEMBER 23 :? WILLIAM. J. SMYTHE, 78- GOWRIE STREET, NEWTOWN.- '? ' :''? ,V ' THfi FIRST- PERSON WHO PRESENTS HIMSELF At THE ARROW OFFICE. .136-138 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, AND IS IDENTIFIED AS ONE o^THEGRDUP WILL BB PAID ONE SO.VEREIGN. .THE^DITOR-S DECISION IS FINAL; IDENTIFICATION ENTRUSTED; TQ-A MEMBBR OT T^HE aIrqw^XAFA ^

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

A LETTER FROM ONE OF ADELAIDE'S LEADING MERCHANTS. AND FOR MANY TEARS PRESIDENT 0E THE SA GROCERS' ASSOCIATION. .B«AMCf.,S»?eT*s^'-iX. . ? I n-QSs&M'JZS&J '! '??*-** *eAT«»**o£O«k»t««i:fti^R«;.i August 22nd, 1916. ,.,'# ' we'd in Eng udncueval was vi«fe able to get i-^emy's wire wlth 'jSermans, however, , ? f.s we could eatner Manager, ' ' , , 'Xl^LT^Z HEAN'S ESSENCE PROPRIETARY; \ .'i^'^.^. .»'« i ».u artillery got in sojs* Dear Sir, \~xr „ . '7*r Ruin* I have had an extraordinary experience with Hean's Essence. A member of my family coughed all one Saturday night and Sunday, and I' went to onr store in the City and got a botUe of Hean'* Essence and made it up according to the directions. The first dose relieved the cough, and five doses in all effected a complete cure. This sounds like a fairy tale, and in the ordinary way would be regarded as an inspired letter, and I know it u difficult to believe what I have stated, but the particulars given are facts. . We are ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIFLE AUTOMATIC HANDICAPPING: A FEW OF ITS PROBLEMS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

THE RIFLE AUTOMATIC HANDICAPPING: A FEW OF ITS PROBLEMS By RANGE-FINDER. ?Melbourne, riflemen on Saturday were far Better catered for in the matter of weather than their brethren in this city. In the M.R.C.U. members match at Port Melbourne no fewer thin 17 competitors scored posilbles off rine, whilst very many more only mUsed. the H.P.S. by a point. Parramatta members now shoot under a han dicappinc system that comes into operation afler the event, resembling in that respect a system th»t the Legion ot Frontiersmen re cently decided to abandon as unsatisfactory. The shooter makes his own handicap, and is only able to determine ' precisely when he ha: completed his shnot. j The method of arriving at the amount of the competitor's allowance is to calculate the ave rtte of the best two of his last three club | thooti (inclusive of the shoot to be handi- 1 capped), and subtract the result from the H.P.S. — 70 points. The remainder is the handicap, lets a further deduction of one point...

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

SMALL BORE NOTES. The promoter of the N.S.W. versus South Australia miniature rifle contest hopes to have all arrangements completed at an early date, and the match will probably take place some time during the next six weeks. In order that prospective members of the home team may have opportunities for preliminary practice, the Union's range at the Sports Grounds is to be placed at their service. The first general practice evening will be held on Tuesday. It is the intention of the Union to select the N.S.W, team from members of the affiliated clubs, and in miking the selection the executive will be guided in a Urge measure by the results of the practice shoots. The actual strength of the team has not yet been decided upon, but according to latest advices South Australia is a trifle dubious concerning its ability to muster more than twenty-five first-rate shots. Grade matches for the miniature clubs £re under consideration, and the executive hopes to complete its arrangements and g...

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

? THE MOTOR-CYCLE CORPS ON A VISIT TO THE AVIATION SCHOOL AT RICHMOND.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET OPENING OF SEASON POSTPONED FOR ONE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916

1 CRICKET OPENING OF SEASON POST PONED FOR ONE WEEK By NOT OUT. This weather is more fitted for tootball and mud-larkins than cricket. Day after day for 1 '.to weeks hao seen the rain pour. And the executive committee of the Association has i wisely determined that the season v/ill no', b: officially opened for another week, the post ponement havin: been agreed to early on Thursday. j The reason is that the grounds are all unfit for play. If thev were used just r.ow irre p.ircole harsn tr.isht be done to them. Wise is the committee in having corr.e to this dc- '? ci?ion. which means that only one day will l/i- lelt for the opening set of matches. The season will therefore be started next v.'ceK, provided the rain has cleared away, and r,ivcn the grounds a chance to dry. It has been found necessary to recast the second graoc programme owing to two of the expected competitors having withdrawn, thes; - bcint Kcifern and North Sydney. In the first round the chance is made by pitting Ran...

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

ftOWI/ mWKorbeirg The rains /all thick and loud.' Bowling fixtures have been washed off the lists, and with greens completely flooded much more than a few days' bright weather would be needed to put thing* in anything like their usual order. St. George players did not go down to Berry; nor did Woonona'a howlers come up to Rock dale. This information is, of course, unneces sary. The contests to be decided were not swimming ma'che5. Eut at 'he l''n-l:eon faHe '.?n Tuesday I heard one of a group ask the others if Mr. McMillan toox his tv^m oown the coast. -They could not nay. Neither could I then. Since the opening of ?Mosman Club's new premises electric light has been installed in the pavilion. On' the verandah it is powerful enough to enable night play to some extent. The whole of each green will probably be simi larly illuminated 'in December. I am not sure rut is not Mosmnn the lint bowIi-7 rt,,^ ;r tn(; State to light- up its house by electricity? It is in tbr air that 'lire- wi:l...

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