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TRAINING RANDWICK—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916
TRAINING RANDWICK— Thursday. Owing to several washaways on the train ing tracks at the far 5i'dc, the only rink avail able on Thursday morning \vr.i the inside aand track. Most oi the horses at headquarters were out, but only steady work was indulged Among those that wcrked usefully were Mcrimcc, Hopficld, Tony. Canzone. Two Blues, Mehi Kin.-. Fantaric. Ajathon, Tartan's Double. Eastcourt, Wolnroi, Delin .icrc, Mudroa, Agincourt, Common Law, King's Bounty, Cirlita. Panacre. Wsllace Isin Rlass, Inia, Lord Disgrace, Blague, Ulva's Isle, Secret Service, Llanishen, Alasco, Pro Tern. Bee. Royal Dude, Mafioso, Nombi. Petaister. Irkle Lass, Loch Ladis. St. Rosaline, Lon; Reef. Gold Paintine. Sweet Corn, Shrill, Sasanof, Machine Boy, Bachelor's Persie, Ballam. Celano. Mythic. Taqnisara, Lidy Minnie. Silent Way, and Comedin.
THE REFEREE IN THE TRENCHES. How it is Appreciated. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916
THE REFEREE IN THE TRENCHES. ;; How it is Appreciated. ' Mr- «H,u HABRIS, of William-street, ' Melbourne, wntes: — A friend of mine (Driver F. C. Lon- ' don) went away with one of the con- ] ttngents some time ago, and is now . camped on Salisbury Plain. I promised - i I would send him papers to keep him ? in touch with things here, and thought ' your Referee, sent regularly, would 'fill ' the bill' in that regard. To-day . ? (29/9/'16) I am in receipt of a letter ? from him, and, inter alia, he says: ? ' , '1 have to-day received . . and the Re- ' . feree of mnr 51. N^^ril^*c tn ».. t ..... delighted to get them. You should have ? ' seen the way the boys gathered round ? , me as soon as it was seen that I had ' the Referee. I was very popular for a *? time, I can tell you. It would, I am 1 ? sure, have given you great pleasure ♦ 1 could you have seen the pleasure your ? ; thoughtfulness gave to others. I have ' , not seen much of the papers yet. At \ present the Referee is in the p...
TIPS FOR WALLSEND (By Our Correspondent.) NOVICE HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916
TIPS FOR WALLSEND (By Our Correspondent.) NOVICE HANDICAP: DAREEL ? 1 Dusky Don ? 2 Miss Billie ? 3 , PLATTSBURG HANDICAP : CHIEL BOY ? 1 D.H.P. ? 2 Duke Chester ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP : BOULGONEY ? 1 Receda ? 2 Flower Post ? 3 TOWN PLATE : COAT O1 MAIL ? 1 Mundoola ? .- ?? ?? ?? ?? 2 Halbronn ? 3 MARYLAND HANDICAP: SIMKANIC ? ? .. .- - .... 1 Anne Boleyn ? 2 Lyn L'assie ? — ? ?? 3 FINAL HANDICAP: CHIEL BOY .. _ ? « .. 1 Yankee York .. .- .. .. - .. .. 2 Mullahab ? i In connection with the meeting of the Wyong Park Club on Tuesday next, trains will leave Sydney at 6.40 and 9.20 a.m., and specials at 9.32 (horses), 10.15, and 10.40 ajn. Trains leave course for return journey to Sydney at 4.5 p.m., 4.25 p.m., and 5 p.m. The Menangle Park Racing Club holds its next meeting on October 17. Nominations close with the secretary, Mr. E. Woodbury, on Monday, the 9th inst., at 15 Imperial Arcade.
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916
ROWING By ARGUS. The secon'd of the McDevitt Testimonial functions is to take place at the Avenue, Lane Cove River, next Tuesday evening. Given fine y. cat her this outing is likely to be well at tended. Thc third and concluding function will be the regatta, to take place on the Parramatta River. This promises to be quite a big affair, for the Hunter River Club will be well rcpre ccnted as' well as the various women's clubs. Thc programme includes a men's single sculls, Indies' tingle sculls, and double sculls (intcr ciub). and mixed doubles, thc whole forming uu attractive bill of fare. These two functions should be good revenue producers, and the McDevitt Fund should bene fit to a considerable sum. I have not had any word from the T.ismanian sculler of late, 60 am unable to' report how he is progressing. Confirmation of the death of Corporal W. Albany, the well-known Thames and Lea sculler, is to hand from a fellow-professional, who was serving in the same regiment.. Sergt. T. Win...
From the Arabian Nights [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916
From the Arabian Nights Here in the cellars, a few yards from a village street in France, was a scene which seemed like the vision of an Arabian Nights tale. The light poured through two windows cut out of ' the walls in the style of Moorish architecture on to a great gathering of Arab fighting men,, play ing native instruments, and singing the love songs of their race. They had changed the. red cloak of the Spahi which I had seen passing like a flame down the boulevards of Paris for a long, russet-colored cloak, more suitable for war, and, as I learnt afterwards, the long turban which is worn around their fer, concealed the steel cap which is now served out to all French troops^ Below the long cloak, or 'burnous.' was the white dress of the Arab chief, a5 it is worn in Moorish towns.
WAR WHIFFS French Uplifted Spiritually [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916
VfARj*** mSmSb By THE CYNIC. French Uplifted Spiritually In a recent issue of the Daily Chronicle, Mr. Philip Gibbs, who has made a name in this campaign as war correspondent almost corres ponding to that achieved by some of the great soldiers, gives some light and subtle touches in dealing with the French— officers, poilus, and people, men, women, and children. You have learnt to appreciate the doings and mental atti tude ot the French in tnis war. ocioic i»« there had been signs of moral decay. The war has cut these away as the surgeon's lancet cuts away the noxious growth, and to-day faith in the Omnipotent and in their own destiny 11 equalled by the determination animating every section to consecrate every moment of their days to France. There is no discordant voice. Every man, woman, and child is a patriot. And in their ranks, fighting as soldiers for their country, are thousands of the clergy, only a few years ago persecuted and relieved of their homes and other property by co...
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 7 October 1916
GENERAL NOTES. W. Gorton Barker, a prominent figure in the sport a few years ago. has given his life for the Empire in France. He formed quite a dozen League clubs in different country cen tres out West. One, at Wellington, developed into a very strong body under Gorton's Buidance. He was a League councillor, and an energetic worker on behalf of the sport. Gunner E. A. Priestley, one of the best League riders In the State, has been wounded in France. League riders who intend to compete L'i the cycling events at the Ei?ht-hour sports at Bathurst on October 23 should have their en tries in by Saturday next. The prize-money amounts to £20. E. Tamme and P. Jenkins, tbe Victorian riders, who entered for the Eight-hour sports, had their trip to Sydney for nothing. They could not wait until to-day, as both wish to ride in the big Victorian 50 miles open road race this afternoon. Tamme is in fine form. »nd looked like sharing the prize-money. Jen kins is a likely-looking rider. Although dis...
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
[?] THEATRICAL TIT-B1TS F-rr ? . ' Another boom. ( , Throll Follies thli rime. ? ; Mondayi welcome wa» an ovation. Oneen Ver» was at her be.t and sprithtliwt. Never Vnew before what some fashions were meant for. Another collection of broken hearts— both male and female. The men's, because of what she didn't wear ; the women's, because of what she did. Notable improvement in her art. Her voice stronger and more mature. Evidences of care tul training. Miu Thelm* Raye, in another fetching Ori ental number. Red. or rather, Titian hair, li a ranty in the Eret ; but this young lady makes you forget that sort of thine. Mt~8S THELMA RAYE, WHOSE BRIGHT HAIR AND BRIGHT DOINGS ARE A FEATURE OF THE TIVOLI FOLLIES' PROGRAMME. Jack Cannot made the pace a cracker. He landed home a bare nose ahead of the others. George Welch has achieved new inebrialities. Friend Walter couldn't get any blacker, so acquired an even more potent brand of humor. Billy Rego really ought to be stopped. His The several p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
HKAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS ARE NEEDED. MR. OOX DREW, the wcll-tamra Sydney jour ruUst jnd i-jUior, wbo:c boo'*?, 'The Gr-iHu' wiu '.linker,' iure iiroT«i to uopuiar (tin- Utter havinc run imo iu uiird edition writinj on February i, 1316, laid : 'Toasibly no other oc cupation demands more from the nerves than tint of a journalist. The brain — that nerve exchange li- which every message frum other parts ol tic totly Hit. COX DttEW. is flashed — is ever bu?v, and n consequently hiiely to Ret ovcrta.tcd and wrary. Hcecntly, while cngaRfJ on my new book, '.linker,' 1 marred acutely from eve strain which, of course, brought lifadaihes in its train, und l' was forced to cut out niBl,l unrk alloirellicr. A brother journalist advised me to mi* llcun's Touio Nrrve Nuts, which I did, and I tan tni:litul!v .'ay tlio rapidity witli uliicli tliry artnl ou :ny nerve was .iMoiuNhi:i,-. ItiAjdc a wrck 1 was mv old si'H u^jin. My .ifliiiv I' iinyoni' «lio'c nirvrci aro not aM Inc.- rc.ulil wi-.li ttirm ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
THC MILLION DOLLAR CHAMPIONSHIP FICHT PICTURES jot*. JESS WILLARD ^flQt jSP^ \ WORLDS HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION, f.iui f !&^1 fT a FRANK MORAN t#tti W $j*iB8 THE CHALLENCER ^tf^PW?! &&W 'The Greatest Fight Film Ever Screened.' ^BKTv ^F*^ BETTER THAN A RING SIDE SEAT. ? ^^ ' -___? Madison Square Garden, New York— Largeit Fight Stadium in V 87 L «he World. World1! Most Famous Fighter., past- and present Ti iT |P J'hn L. Sullivan, Jame. J. Corbelt. Bob FiU.immoni; Jim Jeffr.ei kJJLliLj aI,d other Ring Notablei. Willard'. Peculiar Training Method.. ? Moran'i Work-Out. Dr. Willard's Sleeping Powder. Fast mmmxiBS preKminBry con,te»i«. ? . TM. rnnlr.l drew the Large»t Attendance Ever Known in Boxing Circle.. The Box Office T^kuVg. .mounted to over £36.000. Willard'. .hare £9,500. Moran («he o'r) received £4.500. Thou.and. of Society women attended. Pronounced by Au.tralinn Boxing Auhoritie. THE MOST EXCITING TIGHT t FILM ever exhibited in the Commonwealth. R OT A DULL SE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
Why it Pays to Advertise in THE ARROW A dock, when she has laid an egg, Goes quietly away. But when a hen has done the same She cackles forth Hooray ! And makes an awful racket, too. You see the hen is wise, Because she's on to the fact It pays to advertise. Demands for bens' eggs they are great. While duck eggs they stay in the crate. Because THE ARROW has a Big Metropolitan Circulation and every line on every page is read.
OPENING THE CAULFIELD CUP MEETING TO-DAY City Tattersall's at Randwick :: CLOSING DAY OF A.J.C. FIXTURE SOME INCIDENTS AND GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
OPENING THE CAULFIELD CUP MEETING TO-DAYi -S*~& ? #?*'* ♦''? - «-*-& 6~4- **-*. ioa ua City Tattersall's at Randwick :: By Tulkeroo :: Form at the Big A.J.C. Meeting CLOSING DAY OF AJ.C. FIXTURE SOME INCIDENTS AND GOSSIP. 'Anybody who goes away a loser to-day I ?should never go on a racecourse again,' 'was i the remark passed by a bookmaker, while he was j paying out the fourth lucccssivc favorite on ? Wednesday. , No doubt a great number of people did win, but there were also a lot who lost, particularly those who went for a -put in and take out' job I on Carlita, and then a recovery on Cetigne. I However, several of the books had a torrid : time, though some got out well after the fifth and sixth races. Inia's race was a bad one for the bagmen, for. , with seven starters, there war. a great deal of ! 3 to 1 money laid and plenty of 4 to 1. The ; Siege Gun mare was quite entitled to her win, | for she has been running well up for some i | weeks. Petalster shaped ver...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
TIVCILI THEATRE oovr.RNiMi nmncron .. .. nroii r-. MetsTosn. itATLVTES— WKDNKSDATS AND SATL~ir-.\Yf. mVm B \ K ^^ H B g'™^'^ H El H E'™ (f™* VERA PEARCE THELMA RAYE GEORGE WELCH JACK CANNOT WALTER WEEMS BILLY REGO PEGGY PEATE, JEAN KEITH, MOLLIE MAGUIRE. PRINCE AND DEERIE, THE PARSHLE Y5, BERTIE FORD. Plan Nicholson's and Tivoli. 'Phone 9924 (or Reserves.
CITY TATT'S TO WIND-UP CARNIVAL SOME POSSIBILITIES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
CITY TATT.'S TO WIND-UP CARNIVAL SOME POSSIBILITIES FOR TO-DAY. With a four-days' campaign just behind us racegoers will have another outing at Rand wick to-day, when City Tattersall'o will pro vide the attraction. There are six events on the card, five flat race and a 21 miles steeplechase, and all are well patronised, though fields are not likely to be very big, except, perhaps, in two events. j The fact of four favorites winning at Rand wick on Wednesday might indicate that form is fairly well disclosed, but there are likely to be several new runners to-day, while a number of horses entered have already left for Mel bourne, so that it would not be surprising if thc books got some turn-ups.' There are 38 weighted for the Novice Han dicap, one mile, with which proceedings will open, and this will probably attract one of the biggest fields of the day. Among those who appear nicely handicapped are Knight o' Reel, Tartan's Double. Ukuwela. Daddy Christmas, Capelletti. Taquisara, and I...
WESTERN DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
WfSrmS DISTRICT ntlCKKT APKOC1ATIOS. VIKST -illABK.— TliIM I'.onnd. 0 I. II anil ?l : l'.r%- kini-rillp ? v. HnrKooil l\-iU»d A VV. lluiicy au.l 11. SlonrhMII; Jirlnior.- v. IniU-,1 Srrvln- fJ. Cilliver and C. Woll): l*uiu|ierU-mn \. Hflany «U. (Vrni'h and i:. Uurryiuore). ? ? . ? SKCONU CR.lDli— Third Hound, Oct. H and 21 : St. Mitthow's v. Can.psie (A. Bennett and S. U. Randcll); Hickf. Son r. llurlstone Park (.1.' Tarbottom anrl c. Lulahd'i; Burwc-Kl United B, bic. IUKMMN AND DISTRICT.-- FbrUrren' Ulh and 2W inK. :— Haberteld t. Or=n;e firove, Uichhsrdt Canal No ' Ol. Mcade and A. Mcr'arlanel: Sunlljht v. Stan more Junior*. I.dchhardt Canal No. 1 (!!. lUinu and J. TValfh1: Sr. Uedc'j v. I ciohhardt Central, Five Dock So. I CH. J. Blithe* and P. Sheldon). Play cTtnmeaca at i-0 p.m. each day.
V.A.T.C. TO COMMENCE ITS SPRING MEETING SYDNEY HORSES ENGAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
V.A.T.C. TO COMMENCE ITS SPRING MEETING SYDNEY HORSES ENGAGED. The Victorian Spring campaign will com mence in earnest to-day, when, at Caulfield, the V.A.T.C. will run off a card emOracine four important events. As a line to Derby p«ospects. perhaps tbe Guineas (1 mile) may be regarded as the most important. Here we find Mr. Scaton with a strong hand in Wolaroi and Eastcourt, and notwithstanding our own Derby running, one inclines to thc belief that Wolaroi will prove the best ol the field at a mile. Stageland certainly beat Eastcourt in the Clibborn Stakes, but even allowing that the Victorian would have won no matte: how the race had been run, one cannot believe that tile difference between them at thc finish was a t:uc indication of their respective worth. Ettefred is reported to be doing improvia; work, while Wedge is held to be a possibility. King Kora's form here would tend to discount his chances. His finish at Randwick on Wed nesday certainly brings Mebi King into the list ...
MOORE PARK ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
MOORE PARK ASSOCIATION. Fbrtirra and Umpires for October 1« and a, 1016. A UllADC—Syinry Jnnior A r. ntimn, .Vn. IS; umpires, E. Mullins »nd J. K. Martin. St. David', r. Dalley, So. 0; umpirct, W. Cooper an.l .1. Abipiil. B OUADE— 1st Division.— 6. T. I«lsli A. v. Annindile Altona. No. -: umpires, Gco. Warv am) H. HowUnd. ltiveriton v, Zetland Junior.-, No. 1 : umpires, W. J. Chapman and D. Jones. CJ.P.O. v. Wjndercri*, No. 10; umpires. J. Pilthtllng and V. Ileus. Surry Juniors V. St. Paul'f, No. 13; umpire?, A. Aruierton and It Pirder. Mick Simmons v. Itcdtoni loru, No. 14. Umpires, C. ttTlittakcj- anrl C. It. 'Morijan. D CP.AUB— 2nd Division.-Statc Timlxr Yanh r. Iled f-rn Waratih, No. 4; umpitCT, T. Robert* anil II. Staples. Waterloo Dirtriit v. ltolinEhuret, No. at; umpire?, p. .1 Koran and W. Wll'on. Smith' Kensington v. Ix-yal Kurrka, No. IT; umpire, K. Brown .111J .1. .McKay. The Adult llfaf Society v. S. T. l^ii!h H, No IJ umpires. T. Cooper and 0. l.»er. Hcdteni Kei'ii v im...
Perisco picPeeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916
Wrmppicfteps By CISEAUX. There are Cattt and Catts— Catti of 1915 end Cam of 1916. A few years back a fusion of the bratey ones of Labor and the brainy ones of the Liberal Party seemed as likely as the Millrnnmm. Now the upheaval in Labor circles and the Conscription coalition of forces suggest that thc genesis of a great Progressive Party might ap pear on thc horizon of our politics at any moment. The Empire's 'Sphere of TiiflinrtT is the cricket ball Frank Iredale's young men and ?'; youths will set it going to-day. ; A bust of the Kaiser was hooted in, Brussels. ? Whereupon the people were booted- and the ,- city free-booted. ' Extremes meet : Sarah Beronaxdt says that : ! one of the reasons why she is delJerrrrri to b« ! going to America is to meet Charlie Chap] in, He was standing upon a seat in the Domain on Sunday afternoon orating on the wax. He waxed eloquent, and in his torrid moments of I verbosity had not been exactly consistent. An i interjector exclaimed in a very load...