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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

SPLENDID REMEDY FOR CHILDREN'S COUGHS. Mothers all over Australia are makin; in their own homes ai good a remedy as money can buy for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cou^h, Croup, Influenza, Bronchitis, and Sore Throats. All they do is buy from their chemist or utoro Two Shillings' worth of HEAN'S ESSENCE, and add to it water and sweetening matter enough to make up to one pint. Such a quan tity of ready-made cough mixtures, would cost «t least 12/. The beauty of the HEAN'S ES SENCE mixture is that it contains no pare goric, laudanum, or other opium drugs, which are apt to do untold harm to young children. — * YOUR SUIT 'SS' THE SUITATORIUM, No. 1 LINDEN COURT. Finished Like New in 24 Hours. BRING THEM ALONG. BUY WHOLE BOTTLES WOLFFS SCHNAPPS i BUY WHOLE i SETTLES

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

OFFICIAL PERMIT lorf-rnco— IHII.V |-AI'J-:llS. ''' u' *' '?'???-?'* «*J !'*cj 1» AM\T»:i:il i;.MUJKM.K.-. v-..!or. -/ MrOIICIIlM. UI-.TI.:M.y WIN!.-, lonxir* ihnjJT ln''lL ,'-'? Vi I ?-,. „;..'. ,..]; tfcr,c um.-mj jdiujicts u. :!ic utiiiu'M:::- \n~ «. 'jj..' ?'?',i',i !'',h '-'?'?' »(''*' 'T''' ?*'1'''lfl rniul*' !u-.i ?!. St. *i:!i :h.- r. — ^»i.ul -'f ll:r J'JCT-J'-I l;jlilA!M;il ? . -iVir.iJ ?'7? '»t ' [?'' i'-vn ?'' MOwVt-BI'.1'' '''^ 'd WELK-n!IJJl ^aMrK ? '?Jll-'o-';| ' 'I'-*'* «''? 'Vfc. A'j..K&S$Tm I!OSK.s',ir.d SPRrNTU.KJ.S arc noir tl:c thins, jnd '' '-.-.-? t ?:.. -.v- U111 ,!-., ;,.„'-. rr CUASUM tii ;ivr t«.-c.'ul cuL-idemlon to the foDcnr t:i~ [.Is I , j|, (i1P ,.,..^ rV'n- u'acrr I -t' ANTHONY HORDERNS' FAMOUS LOW PRICES GARDEN HOSE. Nn. 1 'rt.PCBAI.' IIOSi:, in Cnf. C:i!f'. Nc. : ? PIM op- \;r,.-: ... W| ,-„.,, ':-i '??' :'i':t. -^ Vi'.'i i' :'? '?.', '«''' ?'?',. -- :? ? 0 ;**(u *.' i'1 ''? !-??? :?: ?; -1 «,.!„,'? v, * ;;oclamc' AR.Jor.rji no.-.:. . KW 'D™...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916

GENERAL NOTES. Cumberland League Club's annual road cham pionship will be run th:s afternoon on the Rydalmcre course, starting from the Rose and Thistle Hotel at 3. A great many oi the mem bers will be going into camp shortly, hence the running of the bit' event at such short notice. Although formed only six months ago, the Central Cumberland Club has 41 riders regis tered with the League, the majority of whom are under military age. The club is the most active body affiliated with the League. Its success is due to Frank Watson, the energetic honorary secretary, who has done so much for the sport. Frank Watson is a real enthu siast without a doubt. The Inter-club Cycling Association in Vic toria will hold an open 20 miles road race on October 28. Mr. W. Ryan, the sports secretary for the annual Bathurst Eight-Hours' demonstration, states that in future late entries will not be accepted for this fixture. The late entries re ceived for Monday's fixture did not give the promoters time ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bag of 35 Zepps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

Bag of 35 Zepps 'Altogether the Allies have accounted for 35 Zeppelins!' Such was the satisfactory state ment made in the House of Commons by Major Baird, representing the Air Board, in a reply to a speech by Mr. Pemberton Biltinr;. 'What will be the feeling in the trenches, '? asked Major Baird, 'when they hear us talking this twaddle if we give the slightest indication that we care twopence for the result of what these raid-. nave miuinijii^ijcu; ii is ocneatn contempt that hon. members should come here with these miserable allegations. Remember, we arc at war. We must contemplate more Zeppelin raids. The result of all the raids in the town to which a good deal of unnecessary prcrr.i nence has been given is less thin the damage and loss in a single street of any one town within ten miles of the firing-line at the front. There have been 34 Zeppelin raids in this coun try in all. In ten there were no casualties what ever, and the whole number of casualties has been 334 civilian and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Fate Has Decreed it" [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

'Fate Has Decreed It' The Paris correspondent of the Bcrlingske Tidcndc has had an interview with Mm: A. dc Thebes, well known French clairvoyant and astrologer, in which she emphatically states that the war will enr: before the new year. She it was who said in 1013 that the year 1914 would be the year o! great heroism, and despite much shedding of blood and tears would be a great year for France and place her in the f rnn t r:i tile nf tV-/« nnlinnc *^h»» il ft*-i» A — ^\\n*.A to be interviewed, referring the correspondent to her almanac for 1916. but she finally con sented to give him the following message: — 'Germany has opened t'nc eyes oi the world and has given us ali a great lesson in military efficiency and preparedness. We will always have war. Of course, it is nice to dream of peace, to preach peace and to wish for peace, but as long as there arc two men left on the earth conflicts will take place. It is the same with nations. War will never cca?c between nations, because ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

ROWING Last Saturday's regatta at Gladesville in airl of the.McDcvitt Fund, may be written down as a very distinct success, for the weather was fine, the attendance large, and the racing keen and always interesting. Two very solid lac tors towards success, also, were in the hearty support given by the women's clubs and by the Hunter River Club. The girls assembled in force, especially so members of the Double ±-*y t*iuu, duu wieir tuning was a Dig teature at the regatta, particularly in the ladies inter club handicap. Ir. this event there were such notable women scullers as Miss Lily Pearce Miss Nellie Counscll, Miss R. McKay, and Miss A. Pearce, Miss McKay, of the Balmain Club, --allowed 4scc, winning by a couple oi lengths from Miss Lily Pearce, scratch. The Hunter River contingent, some 14_ strong, did handsomely, and well deserved their success. Presumably the McDevitt Fund will consider ably benefit as a result of the three functions brought to a conclusion with last Saturday's...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR WHIFFS War Personals [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

[?] By THE CYNIC. War Personals Some very interesting letters from boxers at the front are published in our boxing columns on page 6 to-day. Billy Longworth was in England at latest, prepared to take on any swimmer of the Old Land in khaki or otherwise. They say that Cecil Healy has not been too well for some time after reaching the western side of Europe. Hope long ere this the bronzed one is as blithe as of old. Lieutenant Grieve, the young Victorian 220 yards amateur champion, has made fellow swim mers of the Southern city very proud by win ning the D.C.M.. Pleased to know that he is an old Sydney Grammar School boy. By the way. that some old Sydney Grammar School has given far more old boys to the fighting forces than any other school in the Southern Hemisphere. There are well over a thousand of them fighting for the land of their birth on the fields of the Old World— or on its waters. Two very tender tributes to the memory of the late Lieutenant Jack D'Alpuget. the New South Wa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

iJ'O--*-*-* »- ? «-♦«» o-«-«-«-» ♦-»..,».;» t THE ARROW IS ON SALE BY ALL ', I NEWSAGENTS EVERY FRIDAY ] I EVENING AND SATURDAY MORN- ♦ ] -? ing. ::

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

! Its inimitable flavor and i | mellowness bring the \ i smack of appreciation to ) 'I all who drink i j'THORNPS | ; 0.11 M. 'Incomparable' \ I ' WHISKY i ? ? {

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIG PUSH MAN WHO TOOK THE FILMS: HAZARDOUS WORK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

BIG PUSH »_ ? A. ? MAN WHO TOOK THE FILMS: HAZARDOUS WORK Everywhere that the Big Push pictures are exhibited people want to know more of the man who made them, who turned the handle of the camera under fire of rifles, machine-guns, and artillery, and recorded the most thrilling and actual pictures of warfare that have ever been obtained. The London Star was able to penetrate the anonymity of the man behind the camera. He is Lieutenant G. H. Malins, the officially ap fV.. .»*..* t.'ii*.iii-iLUK(diJu operator at ucnerai Headquarters, attached to the Intelligence De partment. CHEERED AT A PICTURE PALACE. Recently when the pictures_were being shown at the Finsbury Park Rink, Lieutenant Malins happened to be present, and the audience was made aware of the fact. ' They insisted on having him up on the plat form, and gave him a tremendous cheer in re cognition of the keenness, the indomitable per sistence and the unflinching pluck which have enabled these scenes to be photographed. For, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

PALACE THEATRE. i KVEKY KVBSiXO AT ». AL.T.EN DOONE ALLEN DOONE in ?Ilic f)«rklins pb}\ ?11 U'1'V-OO-U'l'KV O'Sl.r.A. ' Tern Wonjt !??? I.™'''' i0 niaapiojarcrt. ? j A SPORTING. NOVEL i (Dy AKTUL-I! WRIGHT.) 'KEANE OF KALGGORLIE' ,. r monwfllMl for 1/2 P' °°P)r Post F^IIWJJ^J^''^ Sj*h*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

A ng-g &~\ y»v -«». m j&—\ THEATR/CAL T/T-B/TS r — Speed. ' '? , . And more speed. ^Such i. the asence of the new vrode po^'t C th-! present~FolUe5 bill u « cue in w^rienr!°ri,':heme ' kaleidoscopic:, but never ^atget'P,%c;rO^neTer ?'»' t0 '' '«** ^™CS?^atJb't is something oat of the or dinary they dont appear ?t all. For encore we get another act just as good and none the less so because it is of a divergent appeal. JTJ? Yat5s.P:lir Kav« us an Apache Dance as ?rbstic as it is understandable. Immediately on jr«Fee.tJ-ee' comes the bnrlesquc of Weems and Welch. The absurdity of the one makes more real the worth of the other. The excel lence of the original turn spurs the makers of the parody to fresh heights of the ridiculous. All this has been secured by the careful ?election of artists who are individually eood »nd at the same time possess the rare quality of being able to sink their individuality in the seeking of a common purpose. In other words, the Follies arc e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

MELBOURNE CUP. The second forfeit on Tuesday will bring thc iicld lor Uie bisE't event of the year down considerably. for at present there arc about 120 still listed. Last year 24 started, but it is probable that number wil! be exceeded this time, though it is hardly likely the record (39 in tne year r*~..i.:r.» -»nn with 10. 5i will be approaenca. As a matter of comparison, it is worth men tioning that when bar.kcr won in 1863 there were only seven starters. The first competitor to attract a«ention is Shepherd King, whose win in the Caulfield Cuo last Saturday brings Ins impost to 8.3. In I view of thc fact that prior to Saturday the im- , ! ro'tcd son of Martagon was a maiden, his record ? urior thereto is worth rcprouucing. It is as I follows :— I 2yrs.— Newmarket. Oct.— Third Rous Me morial Stakes, 5 furlongs. 8.7; Lanius 9.0 first, Sir Eager 9.3 second. Time, lmin 2 3-Ssec. 1 Unplaced -York, August.-Platc, 5 furlongs. I '3yrs.— Newmarket. Oct.— Second Rutland i Handicap. 1-i mi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOLLY GAME, CRICKET: THE PRIDE OF THE VILLAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

JOLLY GAME, CRICKET: THE PRIDE OF THE VILLAGE. 'Good match, old fellow 7' 'Oh, yes, awfuly jolly.' 'What did you do 7' 'I 'ad a hover of Jack Marsh; the first ball 'it nm on the 'and, the second 'ad me on the kuee, the third was in my eye, and the fju.Mi bowled me out.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HON. W. M. HUGHES, PRIME MINISTER OF AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

HON. W. M. HUGHES, PRIME MINISTER Of AUSTRALIA Democrat to the marrow of his narrow bones. Progressive through every vein ot his small body. A prescient mind, the brainiest, most tireless man the great Labor movement in Australia has developed in 25 years. Statesman, with the Empire of Humanity the boundary of his outlook. Orator, with the virile phrasing of a full-blooded literary star. Satirist, with the power to scorch, to sear, to wither; and the eloquence to rovlvo and electrify. A pliysicial liliputian; a, mental brobdlgnagian. TaJ:e him all In all, perhaps the greatest man Australia has ever produced. It is a law of the Omnipotent that striking epochs, in history furnish striking men. Australia's contribution to the great men of the year3 ot the Great War is. ( W. M. Hughe3, the friend of the laborer, be he the man ot the pick and shovel, the man of the workshop, the professional man, or the man oC mighty millions. Ho has been with the Anzacs in France, bar. seen them in acti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACING AT CANTERBURY TO-DAY LIKELY RUNNERS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

RACING AT CANTERBURY TO-DAY LIKELY RUIwJERS DISCUSSED. j To-day Canterbury Park will have its first meeting since August 12, and there is every in dication, of a good day's sport. i The racing will commence at 1.30. and special trains will leave the Central Station at 11. IS ' .nones), 11.45, 12.0, 12.12, 12.22, 12.34, 12.44, -.-?tf and 1.12. The Flying Handicap in fir.t on the card, and has attracted some of the best of our seconu class sprinters. My Palm, Lincra, and Ap- ' puque snare top weignt now tnat uucttie lias dropped out. and on the scale Linera reads best | of the three, ns-.w:thstanding that her only win this season was at Menangle last Tuesday week. Then she carried 9.0 in the Flying, and ? won comfortably from Celluloid. - Akil (8.7) won a welter at Warwick Farm I in August with 111b over the minimum, while I Kensington Handicap so easily. She then car ried 7.12 on a 7.7 scale. Tony Blue (8.5), who is also in the Stewards' Mile and Welter, has won four races in the New...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

MAKE YOUR OWN COUGH MIXTURE. rnMPint?ftuCr'nCStqUality 'medy for coughs, of ordfn', ?' troubl«--qual to 12/ worth minutr, Ky ''VS™5-™* be made in a few ES-5FMrry. addmg 2/ worth of HEAN'S i^'-p~e^ow^ not ice of ,1 ? lj b.,nng its mc't» under the Sb ainable yfro'endS; 'EAN'S ESSENCE is stores _» m a' leadinC chemists and

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peri[?] pic Peeps THE BULLY OF BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 28 October 1916

Veris-L°pfc'l$eps By CISiAUX. THE BULLY OF BERLIN. The appealing cry of peace comr.r over the Rhine and over thc Mcusc and ovc- the Y«cr. over the hills, and the wires, and through the It is as yet a weak cry, but it is a cry. TVie Bully among thc Nations is beginning to feel thc pinch in bis stomach, to sec tbc blood drenching from the veins of his legions of ', hclmcted fighters. He is at las', feeling as . ? those homeless. Blundered, outraged Belrjans ?.=.- 1 felt when Teuton hordcr. swept through and Teuton officers to beseeching cries for mercy ; callously replied. 'It is war. Yea. It is war to the hilt. He that lives by the sword shall die by the sword. He hai no immunity from thc fate destiny decrees for all who would prosper by pillage, violence, murder, and worse. As it is with thc individual bully, so it is with the collective bully, whether ? You've doubtless encountered that terrible gent, who'll fif.nt at thc drop of the hat. Who wanders thc village, on trouble intent,...

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