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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

M M II I I I I I | | | | | 'Better ask than go aatray' say the Italians. So AL WAYS ask for Marten's, or yon may get some other kind. Of Unequalled Qm-Sity

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

(MEMBER CITY TATT.'S CLUB.) AUCTIONEER. BOOKMAKER THE DOUBLE SPECIALIST. Paddock - HANBWICIi - Saturday. £1000— DOUBLE, FLYING AND CITY TATT'S CUP— £1000 DOUBLE AND STRAIGHT-OUT ON ALL FORTHCOMING EVENTS. V.R.C. DERBY, CAULFIELD AMD MELBOURNE CUPS. Sufficient Addresi°:U CHARLIE^GILBERT, SYDNEY. Member of Tattersall's Club, Sydney, and Victorian Club, Melbourne. CAULFIELD & MELBOURNE CUPS. KINDLY WRITE FOR CHARTS. STARTING PRICE ALL EVENTS. Sufficient Address: . Sydney or Melbourne MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY. RANDWICK ?? PADDOCK | STAND 'J3T STAND CAULFIELD CUP & MELBOURNE CUP DOUBLES AND STRAIGHT OUT— ALSO 1, 2, 3 ; ASK FOR PRICE LISTS. STARTING PRI CE A^L EVENTS. SUFFICIENT ADDRESS OXENHAM, SYDNEY NO REPLY NO BUSINESS S.P. ON ALL EVENTS STAND REGISTERED A.J.C. AND V.R.C. STAND ' MEMBER CITY TATT.'S, SYDNEY. '. 'J*'*'*' * ? 6 VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. « ? * 122 DOUBLES: 122 c . -3 CAULFIELD & MELBOURNE CUPS ^ ? „ RANDWICK S.P. ON ALL EVENTS RANDWICK Co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

HAVE TBAT DIBTY AND BOILED SUIT BEN»VATED BY M.H. THOMAS » -JSpS,™ Expert Cleaner and Prefer. Ho will make it equal to New at Moderate Charge CALL. WRITE, or 'PI1OKE. CITY £19. ' ROSEBERY RACING CLUB. NOTICE TO BOOKMAKERS REGISTRATION KEE3 for the »bore Club for Quarter rodiiig DECKMBEH 31. 1010, him be paid to the Secre tary on or before j p.m. on MOJHUY SEXT, Ocl. 1U, ma. J. UATEBHIU,, StcrcUrj. Belmoni Snildisfi, U QutlumflHtxui. .....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. DARLINGHURST : No. TEMPE : Bruce carried 13.4 to the front in a 14.0 Handicap at Ascot. WAGER (Lithgow): In metropolitan company the biceest weight ever carried by Bruce was 13.7 in a 14.0 Handicap at Kensington.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS TO-DAY'S MEETING—NOTES AND GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

ATHLETICS TODAY'S MEETING-NOTES AND GOSSIP , Dy ARGU^ This afternoon the Botany Harriers are to assemble in force at the Australian Football Ground, Mascot, for the first 'of their members' challenge matches — old members versus new. The respective captains of the teams are Sec retary J. J. Walshe (old members) and P. Bland (new), although Bland is hardly what one would call a new member. Anyway, it is a matter of no moment, and the new members want an experienced leader. \ The chosen teams are as follow : — Old mem bers, (J. J. Walshe captain) : 100yds, C. N. Leikvold, W. Lonard, T. Gamble; 220yds, C. ft. Leikvold, W. Lonard, J. J. Walshe; 44Uyds, J. J. Walshe, J. P. Grintbn, H. J. T-ye; 880yds, J. J. Walshe, J. P. Grinton, T. Tye; miie run, H. Hayden, E. N. Smith, H. J. Tye. K. Crom bie; miie walk, A. Simmons, C. Wcyman. E. N. Smith; runningTjroad jump. J. R. Bosley, W. Lonard, T. Brooks; hop, step, and jump, j. R. Bosley, J. P. Grinton. J. J. Walshe; running high jump, C. Leikvol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINING RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

TRAINING RANDWICK. Thursday. The middle-grass track was in good order. Tartan's Double ran a mila in 1,53. Delinacre and Alasco went usefully over six furlongs, while Coat o' Mail put five furlongs past In nice style. Sydian was not extended over six furlongs. Tobasco and Downsteam occupied 1.38 in running seven furlongs. Wallace Iain crl:i(i4 nnlu rantt*r*i* ^n/4 T 1.4.. HjT!...^— _... ?_ _ b---» \****j wauidcii, duu ijduy aiiwne pur. in a strong mile. Black Earl and N.GJ2. ran six furlongs in 1.221. A useful task was run by Cookamidgera. Prinus and Rocos put seven furlongs past in L37. Court Jester went steadily, and Cclugo easily ran six furlongs in 1.26. Lady Blacksand went at a strong pace, while Carine moved freely over six furlongs. Vaquero and Earldom registered three-quarters of a mile In 1.201. Royal Dude and' another placed seven furlongs past In 1.37. Fairway, Pink and Blue, and another went usefully over a mile. Allaru ran six furlonga in 1.21, a dis tance Mythic put pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

TURF GOSSIP By THE SCOUT. Randwick again thii afternoon, When the Spring meeting of City Tattersall's Club will' be the attraction ; While the Spring meeting of the Victoria Amateur Turf Club will be inaugurated at Caulfield. Brisbane racegoers will be catered for by the Q.T.C. at Ascot, the principal attraction will be the Queensland Guineas, of 500 sovs. Nevka, the South Australian Derby winner, is a full brother to Pistol King. Old Bibbenluke showed great disinclination to go to the starting-post for last Wednesday's Steeplechase, but in the race he was one of the leading division throughout, and finished up in third place. Court Jester, who filled third place to Quin ologist and Two Bines in the Trial Stakes on the opening day of the A.J.C. Spring meetinc should again run well in the Three-year-old Handicap at City Tattersall's meeting to-day. * Another race meeting win be heWat rtembla Orange on October 24. Entries close with the secretary, Mr. A. H. Hart, at 4 p.m. on Mon day,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Test for the Nerves [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

A Test for the Nerves After what we have endured I can sympathise with the L.G.O. drivers doing their 80 miles a da.y over London streets. The broken rest, the endeavor daily to get beyond shell fire with out any further casualty among the wounded at the back, chafe the nerves fearfully. The man at the wheel of a No. 6. eoinc ud and down through dear old Maida Vale, must often feel || the same. I drive over awful shell holes in mv 'j sleep. I sec at the same time terrific shells J spinning their way remorselessly right into my 1 face, and I only avoid the explosion by waking i up. ' We are all as bad tempered as fighting cats, j and to get properly castigated through the nose i by an American for whom you really have a great regard does not improve one's feelings. I ( suppose it is inevitable that the nerves will give j out under such a strain. The only thing to do is to get a long, sound sleep. j We have a trailer in use now at the base, and. j as I anticipated, it is proving very ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR WHIFFS The Motor at Verdun [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

V#ARr rff By THE CYNIC. The Moter at Verdun The casualty list of ruined and damaged motor vehicles is too big, and the drain on the engineering side of munition work much too great, to be viewed with complaisance, (writes R. Cartwright in The Autocar, 19/8/ '16). The Germans think far too much of their motor cars and lorries to allow them to be bumped to scrap and ground to iron filings over the shell-pitted, makeshift roads that im mediately serve the actual fighting line. Quite apart from the carnage of cars caused by convoy shelling, the pannes, complete and thorough, resulting from ill-treated chassis giving up the ghost and spreading themselves over the nightmare roads are tremendously epidemic. Behind the Hun lines you find a maze of metals ribboning their way not only to the front lines, but actually along the turnpike twists of the communication works. The small waggons are pulled evenly over the scratch tracks and cover easily the area of occasion ally shelled ground reache...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

Arrow Caricature, in the Trenche in France The world is a very small place. Early in July the football match on the Agricultural Ground, between Glebe and South Sydney, provided our artist, Bosey, with subjects for excellent caricatures, which appeared in the Arrow. Among .them was one of the scribes who reported the match. Well, on August 9 a letter was written, from Somewhere in France, by Private Leonard Pearce, of Artar mon. of the 7th Battalion, 7th Reinforcements, A.I.F., to Miss Warren Southminstcr, Bayview atreet, Lavender Bay, in which the writer says, 'We were brought out of the front trenches yesterday to billets behind the firing line for a rest, where, in a field, I picked up portion of a newspaper, and upon opening It received quite a shock, as, unless my eyes have played me a trick, one of the scribes is meant for your father, or I will never enlist again. I am,' he adds, 'enclosing the sketch, as it should prove cl interest to you, travelling so many miles, to be pic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES WHERE TO TRY THIS WEEK FOR BREAM AND WHITING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

FISHING NOTES . ? M ? WHERE TO TRY THIS WEEK FOR BREAM AND WHITING By PISCATOR. Most of the fishing resorts should have cleared by this time, and fish should be feel ing their way back up the tidal fivers with other strangers of their own kind that they picked up during their recent visit to the sea ahead of the dirty water brought down by the Roods. When the Hawkesbury was pouring its dis colored water out of Broken Bay the line of demarcation between the yellow and the dark blue water was visible two miles out to sea. A man can judge from that how strong the river current was when swollen by water from the uplands, and how difficult it must be for the tide to work its way up-river against it. As mentioned before, it often happens that the surface water will continue to run out while the tide is pressing its way underneath in the opposite direction. Good fishing should be ex perienced at the Hawkesbury this week-end. Net fishermen were fortunate in finding large shoals of black bre...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Ring with a Record [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

A Ring with a Record The American Boxing Record says : — 'The ring in which Dillon and Mo ran fought was constructed several years ago. In the 20-foot enclosure some gTeat battles were waged dur ing the days the National A.C. was :n its glory on Twenty-fourth-street. It was in this ring Terry McGovern fought his last fisht ; Jem II Driscoll outpointed Abe Attell, and Stanley II Ketchell toppled Philadelphia Jack O'Brirn. i| Jim Gaffney, former owner of the Bo. ton II Braves, presented the ring to Joe Humphries IB who, in turn, used it at the Madison A.C, and IB later loaned it to the people who promoted the II Gibbons-McFarland mill at Brighton Beach.' M Printed »nd publlihed by Hugh Donald Mclntoeh. of M Stnthkjle, lllish^treet, Sydney, lor the Sumliy Timri ? Newipjppr Co., Ltd., at the office of the Company. ? 138-133 CasUercazhmrect, Sydney, Octobo- H, 1S16. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capture of an Enemy Aeroplane [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

Capture of an Enemy Aeroplane We bad the pleasure of assisting in the tech nical capture of a Hun airman the other day. He was up in a scout type machine, and had the bad — or good — fortune to attract the attention of a little squadron of French machines. He dived and turned and banked in all directions ,« nrArr tn ^^rtiri* n frr^ run home, but did not succeed. Presently he was stopped before the wind by a shell clean through his engine, and forthwith nose dived. A couple of hundred metres up he regained control, and slid with a bump to earth close by the road along which we were racing empty to the line The poor chap was badly shocked and his observer shot through the heart, so one of us took them back, whilst the rest, after a good overhaul of the machine, went on their }°Th*f ywhole of the sturdy landing chassis of the machine had collapsed, but enough was left of the plane for one to Bee how little attention bad been paid to the finish. The whole outfit wan crude, and although ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Knocking in America [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

Knocking in America The following three paragraphs are fair samples of the way the American newspapers o;casionally deal it out to boxers and their 'Probably the bunk managers of fighters who arc uissradng the boxing came, could get ? „-.. ,l,,,,ch with .n Rhort lead nioe than with 'Mike Gibbons demanded a 15,000dol. flat punrantcc to box Jack Dillon 10 rounds, and t'he prcrentaKc privilege besides. No wonder Promoter Harry Sherman, of St. Paul, had a fit. Modest Mike only needs a sandbag.' 'Some of these wise guy promoters who li-wk out in the Press ottering stupendous sun-s for eve-y bout in sicht, should have their Wii'l'i called— nnd we would sec how fat their rolls were. — Milwaukee Leader. 'Most of them haven't even got boo;c A convention of licensed pawnbrokers will be held next week to consider Charlie Chap lin's breaking into the business. Chaplin'* fourth Mutual comedy. The Pawnbroker, will be release:! about the end nf the month. The Iron Cla-.v. P.it;-.--r, hie 10 iwo-pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Red Watson Knocked Out [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

Red Watson Knocked Ont Fully three weeks before Red Witson left Australia for his American home, one, Roy Hurst -was reported to have knocked him out ?.t Indianapolis. Here is a brief story of the contest : — 'Roy Hutst. lir.htweiKht, who left EvansvOlo r**-*ntWr Vnnrkcd out Red Watson before the International Stcnotype convention of North America, at Indianapolis. Hurst is under the management of Gen, Coogan, who is in the Dillon camp at Indianapolis. Manager Coo Ban is a very popular sportsman. We publish his portrait on our double page in a group with other notable Indianapolis fans.' Coogan surely deserved to hare his portrait published, but in the rogue's gallery only, after nutting such a raw tiling over on the confiding Hoosiers. By the way, that is the State which gave Jimmy Clabby to the world.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

700 SOTS. PaiZE-llOSET. ROSEBERY RACES TO BE HELD ON KENSINGTON RACECOURSE. next Saturday, octoher a, ioie. Till'. MAIDKX HANDICAP, af KO Sovf. .?.) furlor.ffj. -LVIX(J JfAXDICAl', of 100 Son. 6) (urlcnjj. 14. 1 IHNHICA1*, 100 So«. .'? (urlonR!. KM'MMUUK S1AKKS IIAN'DICAl' ll» Sov«. 61 furlonrs. KOM-.liKHY HANDICAP, 1.0 .-V.s. 1 mile. 11.2 HAXIHCAI', 100 Bn\». yt iurlonfr». Al-PliOVKI- STAKES HANDICAP, 100 Sov». Si Jorlonffi. Nominaticna-.clO!e o p.m. on ilO.VDAV NEXT, OCT. 18. J. U.VDKXH1IX, Secretary. Uclmont Building!, 15 Caitlcreagh-iueet,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

CITY TATTERSALL'S CLUB SPRING RACE MEETING, RANDWICK TO-DAY. LARGE ENTRIES ~~ GOOD FIELDS , ' . FTRST RACE, 1.45 P.M. 253 Pitt-street FRANK WALTON, Secretary. TROTTING ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE MONDAY NEXT II! ENTRIES-I11 FIRST RACE, 2.15 SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES H. COBCROFT, Secretary. ROSEBERY RACES TO BE HELD OH VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE NEXT WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1916 SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES TO BE HELD ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE ; ? ROSEBERY RACES '''^*''* MENANGLE PARK RACES (BEOISTERED A.J.C.) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 7- TUESDAY 103-ENTRIES-103 FIRST RACE, I JO P.M. LAST rac^ ^5o p m 1.10™' a^c'^Tnl' VS'p^111* ' Sl'thOcld OnI-'' '?*« ''k to ***' ' 5a- *??-. ' 'g y^''' ? nm* *«»K»T. Secretary MENANGLE PARK TROTTING CLUB FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916 (To start at 1.50 p.m.) ENCOURAGE HANDICAP. Of 20 Sovs. 1 mile. NOVICE UNHOPPLED HANDICAP Of 20 Sovs. 1} mile. FLYING MILE HANDICAP, Of 40 Sovs. 1 mile. PROGRESSIVE HANDICAP. Of 30 Sovs. U mile UNHOPPLED HANDIC...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALL BOY TO COMEDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

CALL BOY TO COMEDIAN. Walter Coruock. the young Australian actor, does not hesitate to claim the fact that he was once call boy at tht theatre in which he is now appearing with such success as one of the leading comedians. During his experience as call boy ho was presented with a photograph irom rranic i.. j.jmi), wo visited Australia some years ago. and who was the original Dick in the New York production of Little Lord Fauntleroy. Mr. Lamb himself was originally a call boy. and inscribed his photograph with the words 'From one call boy to a young call boy.' It is a strange coincidence that one of Mr. Cornock's firjt roles was that of Dick in Little Lord Fatlnlleroy in an Australian pro duction. Mr. Cornock went to San Fran cisco five years ago itnd continued his ac quaintancc with his friend Lamb in the capacity of brother actor. Since his return to Australia Mr. Cornock has played in many Australian productions, and was part producer at the Tivoli Theatre. Brisbane, for the Stock...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN AUDIENCES MADGE PABIAN'S EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

AUSTRALIAN AUDIENCES MADGE FABIAN'S EXPERIENCES. 'Australian «udlenee«,' sayi Miss Midge Fabian, 'are quite different from audiences bt England, America, and South Africa. They are more inclined to comedy here. Even in dra matic scenes they will laugh if you give them half a chance. The result is that one is on pins and needles all the time in case anything that will turn a scene to ridicule can occur. I often wonder how many people realise on what a slight thread rests the success or failure of a play. An author plans to get a laugh here and 3 tear there. If he misses both his hopes of success fail utterly. The players know immediately whether a scene has taken hold of an audience. There is a certain feel about it. You know when you've got them. It's very exhila rating. And. alas ! you know also when you ?haven't got them. On the first night of a new piece one runs the whole gamut of hopes and anxieties. It is not so intense here as in Lon don, where one knows the author, and what ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TENOR'S AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

A TENOR'S AMBITION. Appearances arc deceptive! Who that gaze* upon Paul Dufault would ever suppose that hi; soul was filled with dreams of a farmer's life. yet such is the case. Poetical as the tenor looks, his greatest happiness is found on hi* big farm forty miles from Montreal. Choral sncictiM orrh^-ttras. and other mlisical hodies are greatly appreciated by the tenor, hut none of them sound as sweet in his ears as the eariv morninc stir on the farm and the announce ment of the hen that another contribution to the dozen new-laid has just been made. When ever the singer has a few spare days, he imme diately leaves New York, and by taking an evening train he can be in Montreal the next morning, and a motor soon brings him to his Canadian fields. Get the tenor to talking music and he is greatly interested, but get him to talking poultry and he becomes enthusiastic. His farm, which covers several hundred acres, is situated on the banks of a small river, and 'Believe me,' said the ten...

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