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THE RIFLE VALUE OF TELESCOPIC SIGHTS IN THE FIRING LINE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

THE RIFLE VALUE OF TELESCOPIC SIGHTS IN THE FIRING LINE - By RANGE-FINDER. «»-« P»In: of ,,£ lcfl tn^ a^o'ermS^ s'nipcf In search of inforr-vion ??«-, ? u i telescopic Si,!..ts now inw L ^m'''1'1 ° to his friend, and. in re snorse |n * °' W,r° addition to the first-hand opinion ,-,re,«3 -^School of Army MiU^^ShooiiSS 11 IS: bcr:c0dl0naCr/''n'td'SjusttC';r;:''-i'' n'US' be remem ''m» experts after over two years nf hnrtl campaifining. and as the following extract ^d^ie^-W^J^t S3 $ew 'o? ,eh5p7iall» in««™«i'S. P««?»l'rly IS ' the t'l«P,ecopicWIJU?rer ' l2t' h'C l° ad°Pt ! ??aJ ?P'C r-'^hts-' wri'« Colonel Lloyd, are used out here by the trained snipers. ^u^l^^^^l '.«»»?„ -° »-* ' gin^in'Wir't^and^iu^nr .M doubted. In fact. Ro s0 far as to say that without them our sniping would be a farce. A sniper, with a telescopic sight, can Ret fifty a fwT' mCa' rcasonablc shot*— with at least could not get one shot with the ordinary 'pen- sighted rifle.' y p 'It mast be remembered th.it i very la...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEACHING PAVLOVA TO DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

TEACHING PAVLOVA TO DANCE 1 Andreas the bell boy. escorted Anna Pav lova to her new rooms in the Hotel Majestic, New York. Having adjusted the shades, poured a class of water, and opened the luggage, he saluted and said : -Perhaps madam would care tc. go to the roof carden evenings. It is there ''ThTgucs'Tsmricd^and pressed a coin into an ''Mv boy ' said the room clerk when Andreas had reported below, 'do you know that was Pavlova, the sreat dancer, you. just took up ? »_j ? uii.*,-vi.«i 'Ain't that iust my ick ''? he gasped. -Here I was just telling her ?v 'to learn to dance. If Edison came here wh .nrobably show him how to turn on the SoLe Ware aWJheridan at the ?11 that it FRONT. ? most remarkable celebrations of Herr Sr ary of Shakespeare and the cen sayers, pu- ridan was the performance given nine and n. 'ips in France by Miss Lena destroyed. Ju. ,f the concert parties sheor ninB and calculat. m with the Ladus Auxi gjrt h to the des.,. - London V-M.C.A^M.ss Spahn- _ ving perfor...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT A PITY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

: WHAT A PITY. Life in the movie studios is just one little joke after another, if the Press representatives are to be believed. Consider this sample : 'John Sawyer was reminiscing of the art for which she is famous between cues in the Fox studios. ?' 'I doubt if there's any step I haven't done,' the said. ?' 'How about the Siberian steppe ? queried tcr companion. Arid this : 'June Caprice spent the week-end at one of the New Jersey bathing beaches with a party of friends from the finishing school she attends between films. ' 'Why, June,' said one, as the Fox star pre pared to dive again, 'your foot's bleeding. How did you cut it ?? ???On the water's edge, I suppose. What a pity the films are silent.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING MANY GIVE UP THE SPORT FOR THE KHAKI [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

MOTOR CYCLING MANY GIVE UP THE SPORT FOR THE KHAICI By BEDE CARROLL. ! Thc sport in Sydney is practically dead, and | is likely to remain ho. ti-ilil the Gr.rmans arc defeated. So many ri'.lcri have enlisted, while others have now hcen called up. that there arc very few active riders left in any of thc ilub=. The. Newcastle ':otor Cvc:c Club announces a competition for i'.s ras'rbers thir. nfternoon. Dur Barrett, one of thc finest ridcrr. iii Aus tralia, it riv'Mg motor cy.::.ng a spell for a while. He in .it Miowet.t. on Canobar Sta ticn. acting as chauifcur to the manager. He was rej-.c'.ct'. on offering hir. services for the iliroii'sh high 'diving. He has not given up hope of iiaving a crack at thc Huns, however. A. B. Thorn.-.-., a well-known New Znland rider, who went to Knnland an-1 cnlis'cri. has been appointed a despatch rider to tlv: New Zeil-ind Eneineers. and will have either a Tri umph or a Douglas, as his mount. Lieutenant George McCubbin. of the Royal Flying Corps, wh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

ANTHONY HORDERNS' Superb Coarse-Cut Mixture ? This superb co.irv.-cut Mixture is n BLEND OF ' iS^W'^S^^Slaa SMOKERS. There is NOT a FLAW in'tlic QL'ALITy! ^^*2^^Ht^| PRICED COARsVcUt'^MOKINg' MIXTURlTis^n' ^8S^8[J|g^§Pg^^ loz. 2oz. 4oz. per lb Price --9 13 26 96 .-ll-Kim r'l\i;.-r. ITT IS' IV,^-: \,,. i\J; ?;,*. ;„!; tcr. M ,-r Ih. r-.| l.-.tro. Ail; -TICIIT TINS. 1-l.us- : il;h,r .-ut... |,.t II.. 1 : l.vr-i. IMTHOWY MOKDERN AND SONS LTD. S'^ififfiS^'pSSri^* BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUDDING BOXERS ADVISED HOW TO BEAT THE SWINGER: VIRTUE OF STRAIGHT PUNCH [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

BUDDING BOXERS ADVISED v ? HOW TO BEAT THE SWINGER: VIRTUE OF STRAIGHT PUNCH The Monday and Saturday night try-outs are bringing to light many promising youngsters, who, with proper handling, are likely to blos som into first-class boxers — not Darcys, per haps, as such boxers come but once in a blue moon. Nevertheless a majority are so chockiul of grit, and appear to possess at least the average intelligence, and the powersthat be, by proper handling, might transform most nf them into boxers of such a high order as to become fine draw cards. As the Stadium people do not appear to be making any move in this direction, I will take it upon myself to give the youngsters a few points. The first essential to adopt is the correct way to stand. Let the feet be no wider than half a yard apart, with the right foot square on and the left at right angles. Imagine your opponent to be standing on 12 o'clock. Your left foot is pointed that way whilst your right points to three. This will give a f...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

iTCMNI// TOWN ° LJ Fifteen members of the Sydney Club have gone to the front. Tennis players generally have set a good ex ample of patriotism and duty in this regard. Those who follow the game in the United King dom, New Zealand and Australia, to say no thing of Canada and the European countries allied with us, hold in immortal memory the gallant conduct of that great paymaster ol the game, Anthony Wilding, in voluntccrinR for service in the trenches, where he eventually fell. The lead he gav/: has caused the younj. gallants of the game to follow him intrepidly. One hears that the Wavcrley Club is sore i beset owing to the dearth of members through . the war claiming so many young men. These i are, in fact, hard times for most tennis orpani- ? sations. who are in the same straits an most I other sporting and athletic bodies. The best advice that can be tendered to them is to make an appeal to the older players, who have per haps almost given up the same, and to the juvenile section....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

YOUR OLD FRIEND, JOE ANDREOLI \ IM8 OPENED A COMMODIOUS, UP-TO-DATE, S TABLE BILLIARD ROOM. At ff! CABTXEBEAOU BT.. HYDNKY (Next Ajiruj and Hobcrtsoa'f and Xcaf ? TItoU Tbc.trc). ? BOTTLES WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS BUY WHOLE BOTTLES

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

EXCELLENT VAT T,. TM ™°:*™°JZ--Z£^ CV^U'IEED %^l JH*'' ^ad=B~ . PRICE, IN All WL/7^ *__s=s=«— flajr.* IN ALL ^p gfr gy I LEADING Wk^fST jj*™' &B£b— O m SHAPES ^^ l&a£— - j fg^ V__s£_=— **^ POST '' THE BOWLS arc of the line.;: nun.'iiy selected briar root THE MOUTHPIECES are hand cut. THE MOUNTS are hall-marked sterling silver. BKANiajfcS. Cll'i. SUdUKBS. NEWCASTLE. ANU BRISBANE. A mild Drink with a quality flavour that is its own recommendation Keep a bottle on the Ice — in your own Home

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

EXERCISE FOR BUSINESS v^ MEN hSk the risk of a pliyii.nl breakdown. It is not good business to ncg- \ _^L. PHYSICAL CULTURE, MASSAGE AND -T !.31JrW ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS V-_tfT_h are popular v/ith busy business men. They are specially designed - ', ^[^^|Btjjl|^& MY BOXING COURSES are thorough, instructional, and in- \ -fff J^^B^^B Thus clients receive both beneficial and enjoyable exercise. '''^^iBw #__l I will be in attendance each day as from 10 a.m.. Absolute .' fi^t~S^L .__^_T '''''FRITZ HOLLAND \j$B*. PHYSICAL CULTURE, BOXING. HYDRO-ELECTRIC .BATH, AND MASSAGE INSTITUTE. B.M.A. BUILDING, 32 ELIZABETH STREET ? BAKEilS' STADIUM I'itmiiuI Din-rtion ? 11EC. I.. R\KER. TO-NIGHT AT 8.30, INTERNATIONAL FEATHERWEIGHT CONTEST PATSY BRANNIGAN V. SID GODFREY r-r.-t Prrliininarv. 7.1.1. HAItltV KII.II.MN v. II1U.V COI.UNS. Second rwUmtnary, 8-5. ARTHUR LEE T. lil.'cmci: .VEWIIl IIY. Kiim Try-nut, 7.15. IMUUKH : 10/ (llccrvol) ii». '?-!. '»J I NEXT MONDAY NIGHT AT 8.30— IRISH-AUSTRA...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS Three old favorites back this week. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

AT JYDNEY l/HOWT — ? ? ? ? . ? THEATRICAL TIT-BITS Three old favorites back this week. k . 7 Clr combination work will iust ??welcome1 hisub««y «et. is sure to be are thinkf.n (' 3ni.doa th-™ differently. We \ are thankful for the opportunity of makinc not a top-notchcr in his own specialties. Winifred Leviere has no very great voice but what she ha5 is wonderfully^' and tune! lul. Her dresses are another asset, as is also the manner in which she wears them. On top ° '™ 'f a wnsome personality. Is there any wonder that she gets there ? The Follies proper are going great guns still, j They are now beyond the half-way mark of their Sydney season, and still present an of fering that is fresh and stimulating. Now and again they dig up a wheeze or a whole turn they made good with in the past, and such oc casions create no feelings of sadness. Indeed it is a wise policy, and Miss Pearce and her subjects do well to foster it. Preparations are well on their way for the ! production of the F...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

MCMILLAN, DEERY a CO., LTD. BPOET3 DEPOT AND TOBACCONISTS, 83 CASTLEREAGH STREET (Opp. Hotel Aiatrmlli). CISARS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO, PIPES. ETC.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

JL___._M,a..JL Thome's has a deliciously captivating flavor, and is as pure as it is enjoyable. Ask for it. THORNE'S O.H.M. 'Incomparable' WHISKY T i «?___- jSL *±J J2L_9L J_L M|Wi1r1M-TWJl^Lia-.pi^.^j..^H1LJjLMJttl_Mp_1| A SPORTING NOVEL (II)- AM-llUi! U'lilGllT.) 'KEANE OF KALGOORLIE'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTSMEN IN THE WAR NEWTOWN R.U. FOOTBALLERS IN KHAKI [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

SPORTSMEN IN THE WAR NEWTOWN R.U. FOOTBALLERS \ IN KHAKI ? i By RAMBLER. j A fortnight ago there appeared in these columns a brief account of the Newtown foot ballers of other days who had donned the khaki, showing that of those who played in the first six years of the district syste-n before the Union same lost its g.ip on the public, a total had answered the call that would stand comparison with the record of any other club over the same period. The names of T. E. McGowan and W. Craig are to be added to the list. The former was a second-grader in 1900, and had previously been a club irate of E. J. Larkin in the Endeavor Club. He was a good all-round sport, having won sculling events in the Glebe Rowing Club in 1899, and played cricket wi-.h Glebe II. as a fair batsman. He enlisted at the commence ment of the war. and fell in the early stages of tre Gallipoli campaign. Craig came down from Wellington to partici pate in country carnivals, and later played in the forwards for Newtown...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Schools Notes by Rambler [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

Schools Notes by Rambler The Great Public Schools have resumed their competitions with customary keenness. The King's School and Newington College, the two oldest of the schools who were playing (Sydney Grammar School being disengaged) had an in teresting match at Stanmore. though the Parra matta boys won by a good margin. Champion athlete R. F. Cripps was the prin cipal scorer in the home team's 145 ; he made 55 with plenty of dash. Newingtonians are pleased with his success, for he had a lean season last Summer, though previously he was in run-getting mood. With five wickets down and the century only just passed, supporters looking on began to wonder if King's would reach the total of the home team ; but the next pair placed it beyond doubt. Best, strong on on-side play, headed the scores in the match with 63, and R. H. Bcttington, one of the opening batsmen, showed out well in making 54. The bowling was good and the fielding clever and full of try. Sydney High School and Scots' C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS OF THE HOUR BOTANY HARRIERS TO CONCLUDE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

ATHLETICS OF THE HOUR BOTANY HARRIERS TO CON CLUDE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS Dy ARGUS. This afternoon the Botany Harriers will con tinue and conclude their club championships, at the Australian Football Ground. Mascot. 'The events to be decided comprise : 220yds, 880 yds, running hop step and a jump, pole vault, throwing the 161b hammer, and three miles walk. In addition there will be two handicap eventj : 100yds and a mile. Members of the N.S.W. Walking and F.G. Club will also be at Mascot, the events for decision being a mile walk and a discus throw — both handicaps. The first instalment of the Botany Har- I Hers' Championships decided last Saturday, at the Australian l'ootlisll Ground, Ma3cot. in fine weather, did no produce anything out of the way. the pcrforpianccs generally being L. Fisher's win in the lOOy'ds in 10 4-5sec. and A. Simmons' mile walk victory in 7min 45 2-5 sec. During the afternoon the junior section of ' club members decided three events. C. Purcell ; being easily in...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

FISHING NOTES & ? By RAMBLER. High water Sydney Cove: To-day, 3.36 a.m., 3.38 p.m.; to-morrow, 4.35 a.m., 4.42 p.m. Metropolitan anglers did not show their usual enthusiasm for the opening of the trout season on Wednesday. Mr. C. H. Gorrick had no knowledge of any ? of the members of the Anglers' Casting Club leaving the city for their favorite country streams — too busily engaged at home. Once more the weather played pranks with week-end fishermen. Those who were out on Saturday — and the number was more than usual on account of the holiday — met with fair success, and were optimistic enough to believe they would make the homeward journey on Sunday evening with well-filled baskets, but the overnight downpour upset their calculations. The north side of Bondi will be worth trying for blackfish. They have been there in great quantities recently, and many of them were fairly big. The southerly bump on Thursday should bring the whiting along, and beach fishers at Bondi and Tamar...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING NOTES LADIES' TOUR OF AMERICA: DEATH OF AH OLD-TIMER [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

SWIMMING NOTES LADIES' TOUR OF AMERICA: DEATH OF AN OLD-TIMER By W. F. CORBETT. There p*isscn away at liis home in Bnnni, on i Wednesday of last week, one of thc old land marks of organised swimming in this part of thc world in thc ptrson of Mr. Harry P. Welch. He va-, cither just beyond or slightly short of thc biblical limit of thc age of man— three score years and ten. Mr. Welch worked hard and ardently in swimming's cause before the formation of a swimming association in New South Wales was thought of. and at a time wher*. reiyini; upon memory, only two clubs c.rir.ted in Sydney— thc Lavender Bay Club, started by Mr. Fred Cavill. sen. directly he took posjcs?ion ol thc old Lavender Bay Baths, and of which Mr. Welch was, lor n long time. else in control rolled into one. and thc Port Jackson C!ub. The Royal Swimming Club was enntempo- | rsry v/ith thc Port Jackson Club, thc first venture ] o' its natirc I recollect anythinj about in Syd- ! ncy. and which owed its existence to t-ic...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

i When the j doctor orders ! ,i that a patient be given brandy, he means thc best. Therefore. j to please the doctor and cure the patient, see that you get , Martell's ; of unequalled quality -h ? J —-s^&fc^ The /^^R^^^lf^SrSl *^ew Hudson /^^^^TO jB8&^^§|ct1l F°r Immediate Delivery ^^^^^^^^^^^^W/ THE 0NLY MASTER Ir.r ,l';»,'r'v tr.'in it'.'.k. vil |-r.i ;?-'', »lii|.nipnn wiw m!(| l» amis ''::.' ?- Iit=..m.-.i u,:i.n. r iu.a ..vjUIiI-j. null i ii..w' ui.d sveure lhi~ ArMi-r.j. i'l Klijli-li Sidi-iar Muliims. ;?;?!.? Asn:. : BENNETT (SI BARfiEIvL. LTD. Send for Our CaUlo,-, So. M. IJI-l:i: I'ASTIXKI'.ACU jTlilXT. SV!-NKT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

WCEPTIONALLVOOO'^™^, Mr. John W. '^^(ralion Committee. Hour and _Laboi ^ .g]5i sail3: 'I: Sivc- Sydney. «-''!nS.u°nc \n' state I have found 'lEAN1' ESSENCE an ««-'»»enil- p'rfcc and l.'.orth makes one P1'' . a5 much as you can

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