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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

? — ? ? — i HAVE THAT DIETV AND SOILED Sl'IT ? RENOVATED By : M. H. THOMAS :i M&5^rCT ' Expert C!»arr ind ITtucr. Be nill asi3u It fqial to New it Modrnlr Chirjt. I rtt.i., WB1T£, or 'PUONE. CTTY i.13. j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. SPORT (N. Sydney): A straight beats three of! a kind, without any previous stipulation. DADDY CHRISTMAS (Linera) : You arc net I entitled to more than you got. R S.M. (Bellevue Hill): Dormer has been sue cessful in more races six furlongs and under ' than tho-!e run at a mile. ? I

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

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Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

SWIMMING Eastern Suburbs Amateur Swimming Club ' opened the season last Saturday with a 66yds ? handicap. Hcat-winrcrs were : L. Walker 6sec. S. Smith scr., T. Kcarns lisec, G. Harnett , 2:r,tc. R. Mercer, 20scc. In the final Ktarns. the winner, covered the distance in 46sec. He ; is only a youngster, and this being his. firit ; swim In compotitions, he should develop into a i remarkably good swimmer. The club will bold j. a lOOydi hiodicap to-day*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEBERY RACES By THE SCOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

ROSEBERY RACES By THE SCOUT. This club holds another meeting this after noon, but this tjrr.c at the Kensington course, and a start wiliTj- c-.adc at 1 p.m. Anticipa t:or.s : — MAIDEN HANDICAP : First Division. PAYMASTER or YOUR PALM. Second Division. LARRYFIELD or ORRA. Third Division. HEMERA or HOWARD LADY. ' FLYING HANDICAP : First Division. NORTH STAR or CERISE COLORS. Second Division. MAZARILLO or MISS MOL FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP: WIE LOCH ? 1 Mate*' N ? 2 Little Iris ? 3 ENCOURAGE STAKES : First nivitirtn HAUGHTY ENA or LARINOT. Second Division. PERSIAN CUP or FLYING WILGA. . ROSEBERY HANDICAP : FLAMBOYANT ? 1 Wombah ? 2 Brown Eyes ? 3 FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP : PLANTKO3S ? 1 Thelrr.a C ? 2 ! Idle Girl ? 3 APPROVED STAKES: LARRY MOORE ? .. 1 Brussa ? .. 2 Creolin ? ? ? 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINING RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

TRAINING RANDV/ICK. Thursday. The ,-r.iddle crass track was nice going this morning. Cagou ran seven fu.-longb in 1.31}, after going three furlongs at a steady pace. Wallace Isinglass was not extended, and Long Reef got ever seven iu.-lon»s in 1.37. Chid ran five iuriongs in 1.7. while Primus ac counted for a seven i-^rlcrgs trip in 1.34. San Thome ran three-quarters of a mile in 1.20. Sunlike led First Lesson anj Pretty Heliotrope over seven furlonts in :.32. A like trip oc cupied Mountain Bard and Fenimore 1JJ. A —iie was run by Ukuwela and Allaru in 1.47. N.G.E. and B'.ack Ear! put seven furlongs past in 1.35J. Alcomet ano a mate ran half a mile in MJsec. A 77.-.:^ and a quarter was run by Scqua;ious in 2.23. Coun Jester was in fror.: of Ul'.-a's Isle and Ki.-.gsburEh a: the end of a mi!e and a fur long, run in 1.59. Rocos made moderate time ovct five furlongs, asd Carlita only cantered. Irish Comedy beat Plenty over a mile ia 1.454. Brinsmead moved freely over five furlongs, and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

TO FISHERMEN. j J. B. MEYER, I ?X. IMI'KIIIAI. AIIIWIIK, ' is ritirin; ironi imj'nri-. All hi- t'C': n' I KWilnR T.i.-kli; oSwiyl i» Ihc |.- Jillc .it (.a.l 0 IT.c. . l..,:,r.-.irn invited. j -,jrigrrff**'''Wj-''BIW'*WB'*'J'™J»''™111 ? ??'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

Po.'''i, ',nd P,ublWl«i *-r Husu Donald Mclntosh. o! Sttatnkjle, nhgh-strcet, s-rdney, for the Suadav Tiiik-i Ntwtpaprr Co., Ltd., at the ofnee c-! Uk Compiiy, lM-133 Cuilcnas'a street, Sydney, October 21, 1910.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Ship Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

Good Ship Sydney The claim on behalf of the officers and crew of His Majesty's Australian ship Sydney for prize bounty in respect of the Emdcn was next taken.— Commander Maxwell Anderson (for the claimants) related that the Sydney w.-. ; on escort duty in the Southern Indian Ocean when a wireless message from the Cocos Island station that a foreign warship was off the har bor was intercepted, and she was detached to investigate. At 9.15 a.m. she met a strange cruiser steaming towards her, and at 9.40 sha opened tire upon Her. me engagement lasted an hour and forty minutes, when the enemy, on fire and in a sinking condition, ran ashore on the North Keeling Island. The Sydney pro ceeded after a collier, a British ship, the Burcslt. on which the enemy had put a prize crew, and which was in attendance on the Emdcn. Sub sequently, the Buresk having sunk, the Sydney returned to the Emden, which was still flyinj the German ensign. The captain of th: Sydney, in his affidavit, stated that he...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Navy's Prize Bounty [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

The Navy's Prize Eounty Thrilling stories of how our warships de stroyed enemy ships at sea were told in the Admiralty division of the High Court c::rly in September, when the President. Sir Samuel Evans, awarded a total of nearly £20.000 as prize bounty to the intrepid officers and crewi of the ships engaged. Most interesting of the r.lorics told to Sir Samuel Evans was that of the Falkland Is lands battle. As Commander .Maxwell AnOe son. R.N., explained, this whs the first cat: of a fleet action to corr.c before the Court during the present war. It was cstimnte-i lhat the total of the crews on boarii th: men/ vessels sunk was 2-532, and cn'^ulatin,1; the bounty at the usual rate of i'i\i he;d. Sir Samuel Evanr, awarded 12.160 to 'Vice-Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdec and the ofhcc'.'a and crews of the British vessels engaged — i!ie Invincible, Inflexible. Carnarvon. Cornwall. Kent .-.id Glssgow. Commander Anderson mode 9ti !?*?? teresting reference to the German Arlrniral'i certainty o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMER ASSOCIATION NOTES AND PERSONAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

SUMMER ASSOCIATION NOTES AND PERSONAL GOSSIP By SAFE. The fourth Summer season was successfully opened by the National Baseba.l League last Saturday. Many we:l-known cubs did r.o: appear, notably iV.criha.T. Cubi. last seasons Second Grade premiers, ana lionai, winners t» the Third Uriidc competition. All the origi nal clubs, with the exception of one, arc at the front or in camp, and Bonai players arc doing their bit. The outstanding feature Ian Sat-rriay was the youth of the p. avers ;n the ci::'crent r.rades, and when cor.-pjlti.-n is carried the League will be able t... c^.-.i..i_e ',:.? ;c:ics o: competitions and provide i-.r^i-ciasb jjicoall by exponents under the J£e dike. ' St. George met last years p:e.ri;:s at Leich hardt Oval, and proved .O3.:;::.n/ :-.-,i the/ are better than tney ucr: 1:1 t.-.e Winicr sea ton. To play an clever, injures ji-.c v.iih a lot of new blood agau.st a team ci seasoned players was a creditable icrfor-.r.jnic. and the youths ahowed their grit Dy ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICAN 'BALL CHAMPIONS BOSTON DEFEATS BROOKLYN IN FOUR MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

AMERICAN 'BALL CHAMPIONS BOSTON DEFEATS BROOKLYN \ IN FOUR MATCHES A cable message from New York received in Sydney yesterday states that Boston, the Ame rican League winners, defeated Brooklyn, win ners in .the National League, for the world's championship, in four out of the first five games. When the last mail left America Boston Red Sox were third in the running for the Ame rican League honors. Detroit being first and Chicago White Sox second. In the concluding stages it is clear that the Bostonians forged ahead of their rivals. In the National League at that time Brook lyn were leading with a percentage of 600. Philadelphia being next with 5S'J, and Boston third with 580. This »has been the greatest season baseball has experienced for some time past in America. With the exception of a few clubs at the bot tom of the percentage column, large profits will be shown.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

TURF GOSSIP By THE 3COUT. Warwick Farm this afternoon. Also a meeting of the Kcscbcry Racing Club at Kcnsincton. Northern Dislrict rsce-o.-rj will fcf catertd I for by the Newcastle Charity meeting. Long Reef, who won a race at Warwick Farm as a two-year-old, micht run well on the uame course in the i-r-ce Welter to-day And the SprinR meeting of the Victoria An.a ?jur Turf Club will bs brou-ht to a clp»e at Cnulficld. Koordii and Carxfon bo:h fin prominently In the Breeders- PUte *t R.indwirk. »nd might he xmonast thoie with good chancel in the Juvenile Handicap, to be run at Warwick Farm this afternoon. Themia was aitain irithrirawn from both her engagements at Victoria Park on Wednesday; bur. as rr.e of htr expectant bickers put it, 'She will keep.' The Rosehil! Rstir.s Club is out with a pro | irramn-.e for November -. Nominations close with the secretary. Mr. G. W. S Rowe. at 4 : p.m. on Monday. ;3rd inst. Of the 25 acceptors for the Cau'.Seld Cup. no fewer than nine .'.re impor...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE FIXTURES. SATURDAY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE FIXTURES. SATriUMY. iK.-rosnn t.. r:i'vi;i-'i'M-.: ':' Mr'. Kil'..-.' ' '' ? *'' ??si'.OMi (;t:.uh:.-i:..-..m. -.!:.(-. v. K'ob. Hirricv.iu ?-.-'. : 11.-. 'rtsriti.. HrpMs v. !-ir;jin»:. Ic^hluMt .':v't'. M.-''V(,tL-r ??'''?'; ' 'M ^ ?l'''I-n--' -'f'' THIRD Wv.\nr.-Kiora t. !'» ; ^--t;, Cir-1 ,u(M ; Vr. ll.^e. . i;li«irr» Ji;r.:.r -. ijc-fhjor. iLLter.iia: IjT:. No. I linn ; Mr. onrfMn. f-r^vi^di v. 'Xittf l»v Junior. O.'K.fnii:.! Pirs .No. I rur:--). Mr. Cmin-n. Y.M.C.A. v. -?_ Gcone, CrTWfnml ]'»rk No. 2, 3 p.m.;: Mr. llkziy Wavcrlt- », 4 ove U'factJcc en Genicom*! r»rl). I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

PALACE THEATRE. KVtliV £V£NCiU AT EIGHT. ALLEN DOONE ALLEN DOONE in his Great TUy, 'HAPPY-GO-LUCKY O'SHEA.' Martell's Brandy C The first favorite in both France and Eng land. From the reign of George I. to George V., Martell's has been supreme. Try it.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILLARD-MORAN FIGHT PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

WILLARD-MORAN FIGHT PICTURES The remarkable film of vhc fight for th« world's heavyweight championship, between Willard and Moran. will be screened at tho Alhambra Theatre, Haymarket, on Monday night. They arc about the finest pictures of a fight ever seen in Sydney, and should not bo missed by anyone interested in the fistic art.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

Why it Pays to Advertise in THE ARROW His trade was bid. The man was lad. He used an ad_ And now he's clad. So is bis wife. Since trade came back. She's wearing shoes Laced in the back. To hit the pace that wins the race One must use advertising space. Became THE ARROW has a Big Metropolitan Circulation and every line on every page is read.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

TIVOLI THEATRE GOVERNING niKECTOIt .. .. HUGH D. ifcINTOSIL MATINEES— WEDNESDAYS AXD 8ATUHDAYS. The TIVOLS FOLLIES VERA PEARCE daisy jack CANNOT THELMA RAYE sydney WALTER WEEMS GEORGE WELCH yates BILLY REGO PEGGY PEAT JEAN KEITH MOLLIE MAGUIRE JOHN QU1NLAN JAMIE KELLY PRINCE AND DEERIE THE PARSHLEYS. Plan Nicholson's and Tivoli. 'Phone 9924 for Reserves.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

WARWICK FARM RACES THIS DAY, SATURDAY HORSE RACING FIRST RACE 2.10 SPECIAL TRAUS BUS IUO11T OX TO THE R.\CF.COfn5n AS I-NTCT :— HORSE TRAIN, 11.13 A.M. PASSENGERS : 11.53. V-.i. 1C.M. 1213. 12.51. !£?«. I* Thr ll.M. liSl, ind 1.8 ral! it SrHATill I1XD. Thf i:.« r.lli at GK.\WIU,r.. The lilO itvi I'.IJ IU\\ TllliOlV.!!. The 11M e»ll» GRAWrU-i: Ar.i rA!RKlr.I.n. nnmii »Tr BCTURS AFTEH LAST r.AvT. RT.ACH! XC SYDNEY ABOtT S.M. H. B. DAVDO, SrcnUir. ' ROSEBERY RACES TO-DAY-SATURDAY— TO-DAY ON KENSINGTON RACECOURSE 1 p.K. ? FIRST RACE ? 1 P.M. -P£CIU. TIU1I5 IiIKKCT TO COl'RSE. J. l-SPERIULL, StCMUIT. .NOTE. -SOLDIERS IX VyiTOKJ! OMITTED HALF- PHICC ? ROSEBERY RACES ? VICTORIA PARK RACES WEDNESDAY NEXT 232-ENTRIES-232 FIRST RACE, 1 P.M. vPEClAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES. H. C03CR0FT. Secretary. KEMBLA GRANGE RACES TUESDAY—OCTOBER 24— TUESDAY Six Races. £280 Prize Money. SPECIAL TRAINS LEAVE SYDNEY S.55 (Hc:«:st. 12 33 ind 11.5 (Passengers). IMMEDIATE 5IETURN AFTE!! THE LAlT RACE. T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

lA £k 19 151 — - TH - GEORGE STREET. |j | Theatre MONDAY NEXT I ! Xne'~rmLLlON^-DOLLAR*CnAMPrONSHlP'FI0nT. I ThetWofld7/ J?!\ Tfeffcxemo/t i Champion 'evtd s$J$8s&h. %J ff F^Sh Cc\ndiddte;of H conquerorfy (MifW Y»f \0& Uxelmany | JadcJohworx fBife -$$£'?— WiaHengerj I THE MOST EXCITING FIGHT PICTURE EVER SCREENED. | -„„ ? I ? njjrwpMWiiwiiWMl^MIBBMMIIIIM ? Mil II iff

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