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ARROW TIPS FOR TODAY ROSEHILL MEETING By PILOT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY ~' ? ? — * ROSEHILL MEETING By PILOT nuKDLERACE ? SWEET STEP or KING MOSTYN.' ' Tfl DUNDAS HANDICAP: 'i. EULACRE or LONG REEF. F-:- NURSERY STAKES : y~ I ' LINORA or CONACRE. ,' - GRANVILLE STAKES : TREADWELL or KRITHIA. ROSEHILL HANDICAP: MEDLEY or DOLLAR DICTATOR. ' CLUB MILE : KIRRIBILLI or CRllzriT

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

HAVE THAT DIRTY AND S«1LB» SUIT RENOVATED BY M.H. THOMAS » 'Syf1133* Expert Cleaner and Prater. H« will rnako it equal to New at ModertU Ctorit. CALL, WRITE, or 'PBOHK CUT Ot. I Born I%2O— Still going strong. Johnnie Walker (showing his passport) : 'You recognise me, then ? ' Officer: 'Mais, oui! Monsieur has only ze need to show himself and say, 'Still going strong,' and voila! he go anywhere.' , JOHN WALKER & SONS, LTD., Scotch Whisky Disttiaim KILMARNOCK. SCOTLAND,.. MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB. -SYDNEY. LONGEST MARKET PRICES :?? __— — — — — — ??:'_( V.R.C. DERBY MELBOURNE CUP DOUBLES AND STRAIGHT OUT ON ABOVE PLACES, ,1, 2, 3 ON CUP WRITE FOR PRICE LISTS. STARTING PRICE ALL EVENTS. ' SUFFICIENT ADDRESS OXENHAM, SYDNEY NO REPLY NO BUSINESS TO-DAY'S THE DAY YOU'LL FIND THEM AT ROSEHILL I DOING BUSINESS ON I ALL MELBOURNE RACES 1 ' MARIBYRNONG, HOTHAM, DERBY, STAKES AND COBURG. ft ? , ? I REMEMBER— A START GUARANTEED, AND A FAIR DEAL ALWAYS. I CHAS.J. EVANS HA*8* I (MEMBERS CI...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEHILL RACES HURDLE RACE. (To start at [?] p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEHILL RACES HURDLE RACE. ... (To Mm at i.V, i..m.) *™«'°P of is- mvi; (ocm.l hone CO im and third hore« 10 iom Ironi the pr:*c. The winner oF « hurdle n* or «ecplcch..,c jitcr the declaration ol oeirfiu to any 101b cxtta. « mill*. Mr. J IWn's b z KBKKK FIRE, aerd ? 'l 'o Mr. M. .!. H.viuV b. r TIIKNTIIAH. aS«l ? 10 II vn\2'l A'h'rJ an'' ?'? ?'? '''news1 b e IN \ ERAJU. ..Bf.1 ? ..10 0 Mr. A. lM.-.-f- .!, s DRKN. ami ? 10 3 Mr. Miles DiirsanV h ; A..1.I. a-cd ? 10 I) Mr. ??.!. BirVV t. B ST. MKMllC. arcd ? 10 S Mr. \\. .1. Kickm,.' b c SWKF.T STEP. Byre .. .. 10 7 Mr. r. o. Krjjfr-5 br m kkskrcttk. ased.. .. ti u JJr. J. K. Hewlett-, 1, c I/1I-;I||IK.\. aue.1 .... 0 6 H.H. the Rajah o( Pudukou'. 1. c KD.0 MOSTVN-. »Ccd ? ..9 3 Mr. M. Urinsjtnne', --h s Itll.llO. a;cd ? I) 2 Mr. P. I'owcr'i b g I'illl. aseil ? 0 0 Mr. E. II. Oillham'n br c KNMSPOXA. »ctd .... 8 1 »'? J- 6t»plinTi br s HrMl.KK. ascd ? 9 0 Mr. W. A. ltobin»on-« |pr e CIIAI1L1K MAC, apod.. 9 0 ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
By THE SCOUT HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

By THE SCOUT IIURD1.P. BACP. EWEEV STEP or ST. MEDOC. DUMDAS HANDICAP: MY PALM ? 1 Akil ? 2 Eulacre ? '. ' ' ['. .'. 3 NURSERY STAKES: PRINCESS PATH ? 1 Carafon ? 2 Conacre ? ; GRANVILLE STAKES: DADDY CHRISTMAS ? J Maid of Seville .... ... 2 Knthia ? .; ;. ;; 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP: TRINOBANTES ? I Dollar Dictator ? 2 Medley ? 3 CARINECLUB HANDIC*P: Mythic ? ' ;; ;; ' 2 Bay Rum ? 3

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CYCLIST RACING AT PARR AM ATT A TO-DAY-McNAMARA'S RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

THE CYCLIST RACING AT PARR AM ATT A TO DAY-McNAMARA'S RECORD By DEDE CARROLL. Although R. J. McNamara, the N.S. Wales inler, who has done ?o remarkably well in Arrerica, lacks the brilliancy of Frank Kramer .-11:! Bob Spears, he has. for so-nc ^e»ons, te;n iccoi-riscd as thc t,re;test nll-r'.vnd rider in thc world, taking hatuiitapa, sc.-aitli ract3, ch«m p:unthips, and team race, such as six-da /s' events, into con^ideration. This season, at Newark, points were awar.l cc: for all ta:es held, such is s:ra:ch races I'f.nckaps, n: A c.'wivpionship.^. Matches did not count. Although ti-ere still rtnciicd a fe'. n-.ertinjs crc Hi; .easor. closed. McNamnra haJ already won the .-.11-roiintl championship o'. \ An-.erita, -.viiicli n.cai-, (he «or'.d as there is ! Australisn'^ rccor-1 i.i reriarl:-.blv fin-, as he had scored 37 points, while Fr.nk Kramer, thc Er-at sprinter. v;ar. *-l points behind him ir *ec and place. Kramer equa'bd McNamara'* ; number of v.-inF; — 10 — four of A'hich wer...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING COMPETITION NECESSARY TO KEEP SPORT ALIVE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

MOTOR CYCLING COMPETITION NECESSARY TO KEEP SPORT ALIVE By BEDE CARROLL. It was only a month or two ago, that the Victoiian Motor Cycle Club decided to abandon competitions duting the currency of the war. | Since then, as was only natural, very little j has been heard of the club, and the sport has certainly not continued to go ahead as it should have done. The members recognise that, when they de cided to abolish competitions they took a step in the wrong direction and said so at the last monthly meeting of the club. It seemed to be the almost unanimous opinion of tho*c present that competitions should in the best interests of the club, be resumed, especially as the grent majority of the members left behind arc ineligible for military service, and should he catered for. It was then decided that a hill climb should be promoted for Sat urday next, and there will be four classes as usual. The Victorian Club, alive to its own interests, has taken a step in the right direction, and it i...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

SMALL BORE NOTES. Melbourne miniature ciubs do some cood - shooting « time:), and aa there arc a n-.:tr.ber of them in the Southern capital, it in rather a pity that they did not occ their way to join in the N.S.W. versus South Australia match, and make n triangle contest of it. In their Bhool last week, in the Abraham Cup compe tition Praham and South Yarra put up scores of 549 and 540, their respective averages for eight shooters being 68.6 and 67.5 of the pos sible 70 points. Possibles were recorded by C. ri. Candy and R. T. Rundle, and three other marksmen each put on 69. On Thursday evening, after a practice shoot, in which over 30 selected condidatcs took part, the 25 marksmen to represent the State in the match against South Australia were finally chosen. The shooting on this occasion showed a marked improvement on recent results, there being several 'possibles.' One rifleman who did particularly good work was W. J. Faux, of Rockdale ? his card showed ?'centrals'' for each of...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CYCLIST TRACK RACING IN FULL SWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

THE CYCLIST ? a TRACK RACING IN FULL SWING By BEDE CARROLL. Track racing is now in full swing. Under the auspices of the League, the Central Cum berland and Northern Suburbs Clubs now pro- | motc events every Wednesday evening at ahe 1 Sports Ground lor their respective members, while, in addition, the Cumberlanders arc I racing on Saturlays as well at Parramatta I Park. The regular racing is getting the | League men into line shape for the Eight I Hours' racing. The Marrickvillc Club has decided to run two handicaps at the Sports Ground on Wed ncsday next, and will promote similar events frequently, providing the riders come along with their support. The Central Cumberland Club is making the pace a cracker, and is keeping the game going, from a League point of view. For its racing at the Sports Ground on Wednesday, 40 riders were handicapped for the one mile for all comers, and 21 for the second-class mile. Such fields arc reminiscent of the good days, prior to the war. The club ha...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT ODDS AND ENDS To Roll the Track [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

SPORT ODDS AND ENDS To Roll the Track Mr. Hadrian Moody, ot the South Australian Register, who is in Melbourne for the Cup car nival, writes to one oi the local papers : 'During the currency oi me rac-u& carnival in South Australia this May and June the ram was so continuous, and the Victoria Park tracK with incessant rain became such a quagmire, that a postponement of the racing seemed in evitable. With the Morpheltviiie racecourse occupied by the military practically the whole of the racing was transtcrred to Victoria Park. The turf was 'galloped' off in many places, and the ground became to all intents and purposes ponds of mud. Messrs. W. B. Carr (chair man) and S. R. Hcseltinc (secretary of the Adelaide Racing Club) were at their wits' end to carry on. The suggestion was made (and acted on) that the Adelaide City Council's stram road roller should be procured to roll the track. The exceptionally bad spots were treated with sand and tsr, and the roller did the rest. Much...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIFI PUBLIC SERVICE CLUBS MEET IN SHIELD MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

THE RIFIL PUBLIC SERVICE CLUBS MEET IN SHIELD MATCHES By RANGE-FINDER. Randwick Literary Institute Club will fire » match next Saturday against old friends in the Newcastle A.N.A. The Newcastle men will come down to Rzndwick tor the occasion. Secretary Fox. of Randwick. is endeavoring to arrange another ramble for his members. If the local club is willing. Albion Park will most likely be the scene of the next outing. Captain Dakin is still busily engaged on his military duties mi! nowadays can seldom be found at the N.S.A. offices. He is -nilit.il/ registrar in No. 18 (North Sydney) district. The Victorian Rillc Association is arranging a City versus Country match, to take place at an early date .it Wilhumstov.-n ranger.. Teams will consist of 25 men aside, firing over the 300, 500, and 600 yards ranges. In announcing the match, the acting secre tary of the V.R.A.. Mr. G. H. Cole, makes it known that all selected country representa tives will be provided with form 31 A. enabling the...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWL GOSSIP Still Going Strong [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

iOWLj CtQfttP ENWFCorbelt Still Going Strong Mr. Harry Harris, City Club's crack skipper, and one of the best-known of Australia's bowlers, is pictured in the Arrow to-day as our caricaturist caught him a few afternoons ago. Where did you get that hat ?' asked some body of Mr. Harris the other day. 'Let me '?,; .f-ai,d. h8- s«arting to think. And he Is still thinking, for aught the curious one knows to the contrary. Various and many have been ; '-^ fc»'-' (c£*ruinE me cnapeau s age and | origin. Some of them went a long way into i antiquity. I heard one man venture the J opinion that it was the head covering which I Mother Shipton wore. Mr. Harris was a strone j factor in many of the far-back successes of City Club, and he is to-day without a superior I as a battler when the old College-street body's I interests are concerned, either on the green or in other respects. This is saying something I for a man who first put his playing shoulder I to the wheel effectively for the same caus...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

TO-DAY'S TARGET LIST. larpctn in ll.inmvu-K mr tins am-moon:. Hior.tin- have hri-n alloll.-il to the folluwinK «iut,» :- Annamlale Xi.rlli fy.Im-y Ralmuln I'.ilmv Kuipouum [lurwo.xl I'tnt Callm I'jrk Kan.lKirl; Cockatoo I)(vl;y.ird It.vMalp nnimm.vnic Han-lwU-k Institute Ka.tiyii Suburhj llailwayj Kilueat'.mi n-ps. Syiin-v (,v|f Club Gladccvilti- »t. tirarRC Covt. Printing Oflice Sy.lnov Lane Coir V:.i;cM.|- I.'Arioii of Frontii-rimrn Wai.-rl.-j-' Mrtropolltan 'a:i'r 'o^'1 Kcu-lon-n Yorkshire Kocli-tv

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Here's the very latest ! A State of Washing ton exhibitor has had a glass room built in to each side of his auditoriums. In one of these, women c.--.n hush up crying youngsters : in the other, smokers can smoke the pipe of peace, and none of them need miss a single scene. The next picture starring Bobby Harron and Mac Marsh will be The Little Liar, with Mac in the title role. She has the role of m poor little boarding-house girl with a vivid imagination, which causes her to tell some re markable fabrications. Harron has the role of a police reporter, and his characterisation is said to be the first in which the film newspaper man did not display a big pencil and a fat writing pad. Instead of fussing about like a crazy bumble bee, Harron is as calm as a moth hidden in a wool suit for the Winter. This is sure to be a relief to the newspaper folk, at least, who see the picture. WOMAN PRODUCER'S METHODS. In accounting for the human touches so fre quent in Mrs. Smallcy's...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

The mellow maturity, absolute purity, and rich flavor please and gratify. THORNFS O.H.M. 'Incomparable' SPLENDID REMEDY FOR CHILDREN'S COUGHS. Mothers all over Australia are moiling in their own homes as good a remedy as money can buy lor Coughs Colds, Whooping Couch, Croup, Influenza, Bronchitis, and Sore Throats. All they do is buy from their chemist or store 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 at least 13/. The beauty of HEAN'S ES SENCE mixture is that it contains no pare goric, laudanum, or other opium drugs, which ar** :»ot to Ho untold bnrni Jo 'oi'n*; children.-— x^^^^^^^S^^^K/ THE ONLY MASTER For tin- lint tlmr tlncp II* n.:lb.-r:iV nf War w r.rc nim- In a pon'tinn to offT lli«-i- MasnlBirnt Ma-Vm-j lor ikllvtry fr,-,m l'ucU. All nn-vlm-i i-!ii|im--nn wi-ro w'.il 10 arr v.-. lliily .1 lim'lrtl minilirr i« avjilnhlr. Order now, -r.d s.-cr.re 1I...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE! [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

FIRE! A company of Thannhouser players combined jusiness and bravery at Block Island, New l*ork, a few weeks ago, when the big Hygcia Hotel was burned to the ground. Thomas DOUBLE BAY, PREMIERS OF THE AUSTRALIAN RULES JUNIOR LEAGUE IN SYDNEY FOR 1916. Back Row: A. Stafford, R. Baker, H. Cranos, B. Abotomey, S, Messer, F. WIttrlen. Second Row: E. Jenkins (sec), A. Deakin, F. Dawes, p. Bailoy, E. Pitt, R. Paine, T. Stafford (pres.). Sitting row: W. Wells (vlce-capt.), B. Millar, E. Davis (capt:), C. Kelr( A. Davis. Sitting on ground: C. Abotomey, G. Monkhouse. ? Curran, Viacent Serrano and assistant, Direc l tor Leo Wirth, members of the company at I Block Island that is making scenes for a 1 Modern Monte Cristo, under the direction of Eugene Moore, were in the Hygeia grill-room | shortly before midnight, when the fire was first noticed. They dashed upstairs, through smoke and flame, just as though they were making a picture. They awoke the sleeping guests and helped them to get out w...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

! ! I I I I III 'Belter ask than go astray' rsay the Italians. So AL WAYS ask for MerteU'B, or you may Ret some other kind. Of Unequalled Quality A SPORTING NOVEl ibv A'iTiiL a ivK!O!:r-. ' KEANE GF KALGOOaUT f-o_ Free iirVthln tiir romrro»*«-.!;-- r-,r i: C« »!?- « ? from 'Tilt. IWEillX' Ol.':.v. S»-li«-}.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR DRAMATISTS HENRY ARTHUR JONES SAYS THEY ARE GETTING BORN [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

OUR DRAMATISTS HENRY ARTHUR JONES SAYS THEY ARE GETTING BORN I do not know. that 1 am qualified to speak lor amusements generally (says Henry Arthur J°n'. I' the Weekly Dispatch), but so far as the theatre is concerned there is much to be' seen that, even if it docs not shock a severe moralist, causes grave disquiet to those who would like to see our national drama on some not immoderately high intellectual level. I would say that the theatre shows more ' intellectual depravity to-day than moral de- i pravity, and I am inclined to rate intellectual . oepravity as a worse diseaie than even moral I depravity. For where a nation is sound at the cote, as England is to-rlay, and as she has so '. gloriously shown— where this is the case the ! stieam of the national life tends always to rid ' itself of moral impurities as it flows along ; ? but the same purifying process docs not ;eem to remove intellectual depravities, judging from ! the general level of the entertainments at our j theatr...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KILL-JOY NO FRIEND OF JACK CANNOT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

THE KILL-JOY NO FRIEND OF JACK CANNOT. Jack Cannot waxes enthusiastic in his cam paign against the Kill Joy as follows:— 'Not only is luxurious living a benefit to the poor, but luxuries arc necessary to them. The poor have the right to expect and demand more than food, worK and sleep; they have a ' right to demand rc'oxation, enjoyment, amuse ment, and thev Let it. if at all nm v»w th». rich hoarding up their money in banks or spending it on what the Apostles of Gloom c:!l worthy objects like putting up more food factories, or sending celluloid collars to the hcstr.en, but by keeping their wealth in rapid circulation. 'A good many years ago the landowners were very wealthy in England — and they were able to accumulate considerable balances at their bankers. Now. the eldest sons did not appreciate the fat balances of the fathers; the; thought it would be better to put the money into circulation. With this view the fathers disagreed. The bank paid them 2J per cent, on their deposits....

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News from Melbourne MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

Latest News from Melbourne BY WIRE FROM PILOT. MELBOURNE. Fridav. C. Wheeler is very confident ol Kh-pherd Kinr.'s success in the Melbourne Cup. Wha j there was a chance of the going being htavy, ' he was doubtful concerning him: but now thit the track promises to be in fairly good ei -oer, he regards the race as goofl as won. 'Only bad luck will beat him.' said Whc.lt r. who added that 'Shepherd King with S.3 was a much better thing than The Parisian was when he won with S.9.' The imported horse coulit not look better, and it is now staled that it was his foot, and not his leg, that gave trouble last week. Sasanof went to a very long price yesterday in consequence of the report that his hock swelled greatly on returning home after his gallop. Later nc hardened to something ap proaching his previous price; but in the belief that a horse requires to be thoroughly sound to win a Melbourne Cuo. tome oi the New Zealander's early backers were co.wcnt to lay off at a loss. Colugo, who mov...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

^ I -. jP~\ »-^ yj&B-l THEATRICAL TIT-BITS Two dates Have to be i.membered — November 25 and November 17. Passing Show of 1916-1917 due' here on for trer 'ate at the matinee performar f Friday is the occcaMon of the special mi.. .' i.icht that has b ' arranged by the Tivoli management. The Passing Show is going to be something of an e- -nt in local vaudeville. Despite the fact that those who will be in the cast are I mostly old favorites, the material that will be placed in their hands to get across will be en tirely new. Sydney James and those who have been with !iim on tour throughout the States may be looked to with confidence to provide entertain ment of the brightest and best. They have proved their worth individually and collective ly. They arc now coins to do better than ever. Then there are other turns that will be added to the bill from time to time. Already we have been told that Cardo and Noll and Miss Winifred Levierc are to be associated with the cpening perform...

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