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PHILOSOPHERS TALKING "I'D GOTO THE FRONT MYSELF IF THEY'D HAVE ME" [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

PHILOSOPHERS TALKING ?- ? » 'I'D GOTO THE FRONT MYSELF IF THEY'D HAVE ME' By the Dog Expert I was reading a book in the only patch of windless sunlight I could find about the place, and presently, just oyer the fence in the lane, I heard the Philosophers talking. I gathered that they were sitting on the grass and leaning against the fence, and it seemed that they were eating something. It was the 'witching hour of lunch. I did not disturb them, because it is not really eavesdropping to sit in one'3 back yard and catch any stray talk that comes floating over the fenrc. I did not disturb them, in any case, because I loved their con versation so. I should like to tell you what they said exactly as they said it, but perhaps it wouldn't do. Whenever it doesn't do at ail. but still has to be conveyed, I'll say 'gunky.' Gur.ky is a good word that now makes its first bow. I shall not attempt, either, very exactly to report the patois, because there arc some things the lir.otype cannot do;'!...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITH THE SPRING CANDIDATES MARKET BEGINNING TO LIVEN UP: HORSES SUPPORTED [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

WITH THE SPRING CANDIDATES MARKET BEGINNING TO LIVEN UP: HORSES SUPPORTED By CARDIGAN. Yearn ago at tiiir time betting on the Epsom and Metropolitan would be spirited, but now adays very little ;:; doing, although the culler day Cyklcn was hacked tor the Metropolitan to win :-evrral tlicusanas. Whether it is the work rl ? ij'tck.-r,, ' \-r whether it iu lro.n the stable ncbojy kn.nv:., but the chances arc his connections lia-i prconbly soiucliiin;; to ao witr. it. Oil r.andic.-ip;v.ti; he is, ot course, much better oft in our u.f. race, and even if he misses he woulJ have iwv. to yet back for Caullickl. Williarr ;hc Si.cnt, who cince the weights appuarc-.i has been in Nujseiido:; nt the quota tions u£ ih-j Me'.ropou'.an.-is now challenged by Cy!:lor. aim the pair arc about equal, al though with :.mr.c bookmakers the lormcr is a bcU-.-r lavo-.ilc, while it is the othtr way about with others. Uo'.hing has been heard of Willii.rn li'c Siicr.t tiii:c he has bc.cn put into worl:, tut I t...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF GOSSIP AMONG HORSES AND PONIES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

TURF GOSSIP AMONG HORSES AND PONIES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY By THE SCOUT. Kosehill this afternoon. Also a pony and galloway meeting at Ken tinston. While Northern District racers will be catered ; for at Uuolaroo. ; Melbourne racecoers will take their sport at j Moontc Valley. I Final forfeits for the Australian Hurdle Race , and li'.e Australian Steeplechase arc due in each I case on the Tuesday preceding 'he respective races. The Parkes Pony and Trotting Club's Show , rr.cctinu is a fiMurc lor August 24. Nominations , will be received by tile secretary, Mr. J. Lynch, I up till 8 p.m. on Tuesday, the 15lh prox. Another race meeting will be held at Kembla Grange on August 1. Entries close with the secretary, Mr. A. H. Hart, at 4 p.m. on Mon day next, the 24th inst. K. Lewis was loudly cheered at Caulfield last Saturday, when, under great pressure, he Undcd Polygamiat a winner by a short neck from De fence in the Murrumbecna Handicap. The Kensington Racing Club has issued a programme lor...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

HAVE THAT DIRTY AND SOILED SUIT RtNOVATliD Oy M. H. THOMAS 71 ^toey!™5™ Expert Cleaner and Prcwcr. He will make il equal to New at Moderate Charge. CAliL, WRITE, or TH0»:. CITY 439.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSOCIATED RACING CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

ASSOCIATED RACING CLUBS The board of management of the Associated Racing Club met on Julv 20 at Bcimont Build ing, Caallercagh-strcc:. Owing to the Rosebery racecourse bcintf desired by the Commandant o[ the Military Forces ao a military camp for the uninterrupted training: of the Citizen Forces thereon for some considerable time, the pro prietors of Ascot, Victoria Park, and Kensing ton racing clubs have sencrously allowed the flee use, in alternate order, of their respective courses to the ltosebcry Racing Club so that the Commanuar.t's wishes can be thoroughly ob served. Afiiliation was granted to Gundagal Pony Club. BOARD OF APPEAL. The appeal of C. Norman, Jockey, against the decision of the Victoria Park stewards in sus pending him for six months on June 28 last The' appeals' of A. J. Thomas and J. Calla ghan against the decision of the Kensington stewards in disqualifying them and the mare Ruby Brown for twelve months, and in sus pending the jockey K. H. Thomas for a similar ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Mcdxmc B illicitly at the Theatre Eoyal to day. Two '-'''mi will be hdd daily, afternoon and evening. Battle Cry of Peace, Crystal Palace, Monday. Another New Triangle programme at the Lyceum to-night AH three studios, Kay Bee, Fine Arts and Keystone, with, their respective supervisors Thomas H. Ince. D. W. Griffith, and Mack Sennet, aro represented. The Ince offering is The Market of Vain Desire, featuring Henry B. Warner and Clara Williams; the Fine Arts, Susan Rocks the Boat, with Dorothy Gisb and Owen Moore; and the Mack Sennett, His Bitter Pill, in which Mack Swain is the central figure. An energetic clergyman is the part taken by Warner in The Market of Vain Desire, with Clara Williams, the charitable wife of The Last Act, as a pretty society girt Warner Is effective, especially when in the pulpit, where his forceful preachings have a big effect on his country congregation. He is overjoyed at being chosen to fill a vacancy in a big Ncv- York church, for there,...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORACE GOLDIN AND HIS BAGGAGE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

HORACE GOLDIN AND HIS BAGGAGE If Horace Goldin coold work transfers from one place to another half as easily as he does seemingly impossible things on the stage, he would be a happy man. His baggage is his greatest trouble, for it weighs several tons, and is contained in a num ber of trunks. 'Travelling is a bit of a nuisance, with all your baggage, isn't it?' he was asked during the week. 'Sometimes. Once I had to perform at Lei cester on a Saturday night, and in Paris on the following Monday. The difficulty was with the baggage. To begin with, I had to come to St. Pancras, and go from there to London Bridge by train— a journey that I should think very few people have taken. 'At London Bridge I paid £39 for excass luggage fees so that I might take everything with me. I didn't say anything, but I knew that it would take the men one hour and a half to carry my stuff from the boat to the train at Dieppe, and that the usual time al lowed for lugjage was ten minutes. 'Of course, when we...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORACE GOLDIN AND HIS DISCOVERER, J. F. MURRAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

HORACE GOLDIN AND HIS DISCOVERER, J. F. MURRAY i- ? «? ? II ? I T I 1 1 I I I I J I ? 1 .. . . ? ? ? ? i ? 3- : The Prize of £25; Year's Free Pass to Tivoli Theatre, and Golden ', Arrow were won by John F. Murray last Saturday night

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE MOVIES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

MELBOURNE MOVIES Australia Prepared, showing at the Melba Theatre, comes as a sequel to Britain Prepared. These are a striking series of films, which de pict the various phases of warlike activity, in which the Commonwealth is engaged. At a private screening of the pictures the audience included Senator Pearcc, Colonel Dangar (Chief of Ordnance). Mr. J. Jensen (Minister for the Navy). Mr. T. Trumblc (Sec retary for Defence) Colonel Dodds (Adjutant General), and Mr. Macandie (Secretary to the Navy Department). Senator Pearce expressed approval of the films, although, he said, 'they by no means cover the wide field of Australia's activities. OWEN MOORE, In Susan Rocks the Boat at the Lyceum To-day. A number of factories turning out different lines are not represented at all, but the pic tures are very fine, as far as they go.' The films are shown with full permission of the Commonwealth Naval and Military autho rities, and give a very fair idea of the part which Australia is playing i...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

TIVOLI THEATRE CoramlnR Director ? HUGH D. MelNTOSH. EYDNEY, MELBOURNE, ERISBANE, ADELAIDE. At Sydney HORACE GOLDIN, Royal Russian Illusionist and «n admirable Company, tliat Includes Mnnnrtti mnil Klilrili, Margaret Jewell, Stary Dorr D'ck Dorothy Trio, jiiU .Ml star (lomiuny. MELBOURNE TIVOLI OAKDO ud KOr.L. FLOYD MACK nnj MAHKI.U.. .IIMHY nXTCIIEn, VAKMSOIT and l.OflF US KOJlX-^, KKSMaiY «ml I.KIirllTON, IH'IXMXI, .nil lU.AIIt, JACK aud DOUI-, UilACL IIA-NSEJ, ltOSB BERRT, EVELYN CUSS1.NOILMI, MMITOX uml t.MlI., ' The Vclntosh circuit lUn ds for Ugh-clx-* VJU.Icvillr In Atatralajia, and the Melntcsb nirrennrj- U

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

I A MOTHER OF SOLDIERS PRAISES The Great Money-Saving Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Catarrh And ether Chest and Throat Troubles, because of the good it has done herself and boys. | ~~ . PRIVATE FRANK CLUNE, who was Invalided home Itom Cilllpoli, and his brother JACK, the clever vouoc llsntweigat boxer, who recently came we* from America and enlisted. ? ?'Cambridge,' Alt-street, Waverley, - Mr. G. W. HEAN, Chemist. I , June IS, 1916. Dear Sir, — ... I am enclosing you photos of my sons. Privates Francis Clune and Jack Clune, both of whom have been cured of heavy colds, contracted on their voyages from Gallipoli and America respectively. I have also used your wonder ful remedy myself with such excellent results that I am convinced there is no better medicine for colds and sore throats, and it is certainly a long way the cheapest procurable. I consider every mother should know of its merits, hence my reason for giving this testimonial. THERESA CLUNE. Thousands of Australian mothers,...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDDIE MOY WILL TEST HERB McCOY'S STAYING POWERS IN MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

EDDIE MOY WILL TEST HERB McCOY'S STAYING POWERS IN MELBOURNE rferb McCoy, Australia's lightweight cham pion, to meet Eddie Moy, the American light weight, in a return match in Melbourne to night, has been spending a comparatively idle time of late — an average of one battle a month during the last twelve weeks. Therefore he ought to be in excellent fettle. ? He will need be, as the American has undoubtedly improved since their meeting on May 6, and is keen on turning the tables. In their first meeting McCov established a good lead in the first fifteen rounds, doaling cut no end of punishment. But, to everyone's astonishment, the gritty visitor not only stuck trimly to his task, but came with such a rattle In the last five rounds as to threaten to knock out his fast tiring opponent at any moment, the final gong coming as a great relief to McCoy and his numerous friends. As is always the case when a boxer, who has so much ground to regain that nothing short of a knock-out is required ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANK THORN AND WAVERLEY GEIKIE TO DETERMINE THE BETTER MAN [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

FRANK THORN AND WAVERLEY GEIKIE TO DETERMINE , THE BETTER MAN It will be interesting to see how Wave Gcikie performs in opposition to his former tutor, ever-green Frank Thorn, at Brisbane to night If the youthful one wins it will mean that the grand old man of the ring has practically come to the end oi his tether in the firing line of boxing, and up to the time when he must de vote his attention to instructing ambitious youths of the north in the art of hit, stop, block, and get away, at which the same F.T. has no sunerior. But If the aneimt one be returned the winner with a fair margin to his credit, it is odds that he will seek a meeting with Hill, Spargo, or Simpson at the 9-stone limit. They say that Geikie has improved a good deal since we last saw him in the Sydney ring, and if so, it might be a case of youth being served to-night. For the first time guessers in the Stadium competition failed to hit upon the correct re sult last Saturday night. The nearest was V. Lloyd, who r...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KAY SOUGHT OFTEN ENOUGH FOR THE OPPORTUNITY NOW PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

KAY SOUGHT OFTEN ENOUGH FOR THE OPPORTUNITY NOW PRESENTED The attraction at the Sydney Stadium to 1 night is the return match between welter weights Fred Kay and Tommy Uren, each of whom has held the welter championship. Kay's reign was cut short late last year by Uren, who practically, put the K.O. over in the tenth round. Uren successfully defended his title against Frank O'Connor, knocking him out in the sixteenth round, a feat Kay subsequently achieved in nine rounds. Then the latter sur prised many by winning the middleweight title fror« Mick King, who a month before had ac counted for Fritz Holland, and as the latter had dethroned Uren from the welter pinnacle results suggest that Kay will turn the tables on Uren to-night. But form of this kind in boxing, at any rate, is no guide. Though Kay defeated King, who defeated Holland, who defeated Uten, tho best according to such reckoning might go down to defeat before the man last on the list. I And Tommy and his friends feel sure ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MATINEE BOUTS AND FORM [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

MATINEE BOUTS AND FORM Beautiful weather and a fine programme of boxing and vaudeville items were good reaions why the attendance at the Stadium's last Thurs day matinee was very large. A no-decision bout between Roy Minor and Jim Harmon started proceedings. Frank O'Con nor, to meet Jack Kead in a 20-rounder on. Monday night, followed, with Eddie Corrigan ii sparring-partner, in a three-round exhiDl tton, in which he showed more speed than ever, and that he is undoubtedly in fine condition. Harry Stone, Llew Edwards' prospective op cf his pirouettic methods in opposition to AH Davis, who did very well against such a world famed boxer. Stone's kangaroo act and artful ducking created roars of laughter. Fred Kay, sober-sides, came next, and, ai usual, had Hanley for a male. The elongated one was, if possible, more elusive than ever. He is certainly stronger and apparently in better condition than he was for Stone. This im provement is necessary, for he has to tackle conqueror Tommy. Ur...

Publication Title: Arrow
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. LAST WEEK'S WINNER OP THE SOVEREIGN. L. P. O'HARA, LIVERPOOL STREET. BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP '. LAST WEEK'S WINNER OF THE SOVEREIGN. L. P. O'HARA, LIVERPOOL STREET, BURWOOD. THE FIRST PERSON WHO/ PRESENTS HIMSELF AT THE ARROW OFFICE, 136-138 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, AND IS IDENT IFIED AS ONE OF THE GROUP WILL BE (PAID ONE SOVEREIGN. THE EDITOR'S DECISION IS FINAL; IDENTIFICATION ENTRUSTED TO A MEMBER OF THE A RRoVsTAFR

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE BOXERS :: TO-NIGHT'S BATTLES IN ALL STATES Will Fred Kay Reverse the Result of His First Match with Uren, Who Won by K.O.? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

AMONG THE BOXERS :: TO-NIGHT'S BATTLES IN ALL STATES Will Fred Kay Reverse the Result of His First Match with Uren, Who Won byK.O.? By SOLAR PLEXUS. There is some talk of a match between* Harry Marquet and Jim Traccy. They will probably provide a great contest, with the winner in line for some of the first (light of our heavies. Put as many big men on as possible, I say. The Crcat scarcity in that division warrants it. j George Cook boxed under a trying handicap on Monday nisht. Boils prevented him doing as well as lie might have done, one on the left in3tep being very painful. Nevertheless, in the pink of nick it is probable that he would have had to run second to Traccy. Jack Read expects to show his best form at the Stadium on Monday night, in opposition to Frank O'Connor, whose fricnd3 are con fident that the form by which he achieved tome of his great deeds will be in evidence again after the spell he has had. Mr. Tom Andrews, on, the last batch of American boxers to reach Sydn...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

BAKER'S STADIUM TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Jloora open -7 o'clock. . .t'irat . Try-out, 7.15. First Prrlimirur.v, 7.U. HILL SWKKT.VAX v. TED UBEN. » Second Piclimimrv, 8.7, ' J1EUB. SLLUVAN v. IIARR? KTf.B.'.l\. MAIN EVENT 20 ROUNDS 130 : TOMMY UREN v. FRED KAY PRICES :( 10/ (res.) 6/ 6/ tat !/. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT Poors open 7 o'clock. first Trj-mit. 7.30. Mx Rmudi ronlwt, 6.7. : fiTAN. MKC'SON v. BILL STEWABT. Tin Koiuuli contest, 8..15, 1IAVII.A1I niKS v. 1IAHRY HOLMES. Ttt-i'iitr Iloun-ls contest, 0.7, .H(i;'rtKAn v. FRANK 0'CONNOB. I'ltll.'KS : 3; (lies.), II, and 1/. ? Matinee Next Thursday, 3 p.m. 1. Robins Time llo'.m.|« rtrj-onts). 2. Phil Lptrartn (AnMMlii's best comedy Juggler). 3. Training KxhiMliun. l.irw Kdwards, who meets llarrv Sloni- m, .'?V.urday. 4. Tnririiiiit K.-.iiibilioii. llarrv Stone. Ii. IIi'Hit ciui .-ii.i!n| (imiuilv acroluls) 6. Tr.iinivr KxKliiiim,. Hilly' llcNa'jb, who meet* Tom OWnllrv on .I'll?- -l. T. Traiiiins IMiiliition, Tmn O'MlUry. S Kilrcil !-i:...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

BOXING TAUGHT by WILL DIBLEY, M LOWEtt CAMPBELL STBEET. SURBY TTTT J^_ Bo/i preptri&c for 10-Bpond OoctaU «* »»?-'?— to rccdra Special Attention. PMILUIN, DEERY a CO., LTD. BPOBTS DEPOT -AND TOBAOOOtTOTSL 33 CASTLEREAGH STBEET (Opp. Hotel A|»tnlii). CICARS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO, PIPES. ETC.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

ROWING NOTES By ARGUS. The. annual meeting of the N.S. Wales Row ing Association takes place at the Sports Club en the 27th inst. . Although absolutely nothing is doing here, there is a difference in Queensland, where some activity is being shown on the water by the clubs. And the Melbourne clubs have decided races — several were held on the Yarra last Saturday. , Latest news with regard to Billy McDevitt, the well-known Tasmanian sculler, who not so long ago returned home invalided from the front, is to the effect that he has got his dis charge. McDevitt, who was severely wounded in the head, will go in for a bit of' farming— at his home at Hastings, in the south of Tas mania. Brother George McDevitt left last Tuesday in the Manuka to join Billy. There have been many appeals to the public o£ late in and around Newcastle, and thus those interested in the'Thoroughgood testimo nial rested on their oars for a bit; but attention will now be given to the testimonial to the veteran sculle...

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