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Perisceo Pic Peep [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

Teris&picJ^eps By CIS2AUX. Perlmuttcr (who has received an invitation sard to a wedding) : 'Abe, vot do they mean by R.S.V.P. ?' Poush : ''Remember send veddinc. prcient.' Magistrate : 'I fine you £5 each. You may argue about war all you want, but you mustn't fight.' Victim (with black eye): 'We weren't ariru ing about war, your worship. We were arguinj about how peace is going to be declared.' Gipsy Smith, the well-known Enc'.i«h mU sioncr, recently returned Iron: a three months' visit to the front in France. Amon; -he stories he has to tell is one which centres :n an interview with a convalescent soldier : 'What struck you most when you first went into the trenches ?' the missioncr asked. ''A bit cf shrapnel, sir.' answered -he man, without a smile. 'Can you tell me.' naid the Court, addressing Enrico Ufuzzi. under examination at Union Hill, N.J., as to his qualifications for citizen ship, 'the difference between the powers and prerogatives of the King of England and those...

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

PALACE THEATRE. ALLEN DOONE ? ALLEN DOONE. KOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. THE PARISH PRIEST. NEXT SATURDAY. TOM MOOItE' TOM MOORE The Beet of All the l'laj-o.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

v. - mt Kg ' 0 _mU1- Awn M Invigorates and Refreshes . — aids digestion, — effectually «-? checks that Summer thirst. Take a Bottle Home To-night

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

fr TIVOLI THEATRE Sir GOVERNING DIRECTOR : HUGH D. McINTOSH. VERA PEARCE JACK CANNOT WALTER REF.MS GEORGE WELCH THELMA RAYE BILLY RE(iO ' THETIVOL I FOLLIES | IV ^^ Ba a B Vsb^ Bora Ebaa B ImW JOHN QUENLAN, PEGGY PEAT. JEAN KEITH, MOLLIE MVGU1UK DAISY AND SYDNEY YATES. JAMIE KELLY, WINIFRED LEVIERE, STANLEY & BURNS, BILL PRl'ITT. Plan : Nicholson's nnd Tivoli. I'hom- : 1)021 for Reserve:; i THE PASSING SIIOW 1916-17— OPENS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23ih. SPECIAL MILITARY NIGHT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER J7ih.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

flfcNNIJi Town ° f * 6/Tauru; A tennis team captained by Frank Iredale, the ex-international cricketer and Australian selector, and composed of cricketers who arc also racquet-wielders, le/t Sydney yesterday morning on their way to the Jervis Bay Nsval College. Last night they were to take on the embryonic admirals, captains, and lieutcnaiui at snooker and other sorts of billiards. Nego tiations for the visit were entered into in Sep tember, and it was practically arranged that the team should go that month, prior to the opening of the cricket competitions. The visit, however, fell through owing to a team not being available, and last week :.1r. Ircdalc was asked to try again. 'Noss' was successful this time. The team to play Ihc Naval College lads will consist of F. Iredale and T. Lobban. and Bar ton (North Sydney) and R. Henderson. Viv. Dean and Cokcr were to have made the trip, but could not get away. The Sydneyites wi;l be met at Nowra and taken by motor to ihc college. The Coun...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRISP CRICKET GOSSIP Not Out on Play and the Players [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

CRISP CRICKET GOSSIP ♦?♦ «-** «-«-j. «-»-» :; Not Out on Play and the Players :: ? Q ? - 1 Best cricket in Sydney to-day ought to be seen at the Sydney Cricket Urounu, where Waverley will tackle Balmain. Neither has a side so well balanced all round as it had last season, but each is improving, hopeful, and ambitious to take first place in the competition. Arthur Mailey re-appesrs for Balmain, who have missed him, though they have two win:, on the slate. His deadly siows will give .o ] the attack the variety lacking in the last match. The S.C.G. is an ideal ground for a hitter, | for one can trust the pitch there without hesi tation. Therefore Goldic Thomas, wno lias been getting the rum, tor Waverley like a Jiiclt Lyons, ought not to feel at sea against l-'blxard, Mailey, and Co. Fred Grant, the Marrickville cricketer, was one of the umpires at the S.C.G. last week. The stoutest man I have ever seen in the role at the Sydney Cricket Ground, he was wonder fully active. Many years ag...

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

GENERAL NOTES. Alphonso Brown, oni of the pioneers in the motor cycle trade in this State, has just taken much more commodious premises, at 1991! Castlereagh-strcet, between Park and Bathurst streets. Gunner Jack Laing and Private Montague, members of the Grafton Club, have written from the front reporting 'all well.' A motor cycle club is in course of forma clon at Walgctt. in which Mr. A. G. Lcrcschc is the prime mover. The Police motor cycle staff, in the city and suburbs, is now 11 strong. Two riders aix stationed at the traffic office, and one each at Chatswood, Paddington. Randwick. Rose Bay. Burv.-ood. Redfern, Petersham, and Rock dale. . Three of the machines arc Monas of 41 h.p.. two Rovers of 35 h.p.. one a 6 Speedwell, one a James, one Douglas, and Oirce of another make, two of which arc 6 h.p. and the other 4 h.p. The staft' is doing excellent work, as also arc several other police motor cyclists in the rural districts. Mr. Duncan Nevcn. who is a well-known iircurc in bo...

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

THE REFEREE Australian Soldiers :'n the Fight ing Line delight in THE REFEREE Post a Copy to One Each Week

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

SUNDAY TIMES j . Australia's Finest Family Paper Victoria Derby and Mel bourne Cup by Pilot To-nigbt's Boxing, by Vv. F. Corbett

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PILOT'S LATEST GOSSIP ON THE MELBOURNE CUP Derby Day Running The Week's Track Form Rain's Effect on Course The Cup Postponement [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

PILOTS LATEST GOSSIP ON THE MELBOURNE CUP Derby Day Running /. The Week's Track Form /. Rain's Effect on Course The Cup Postponement in matxrarne there is marked variety in one thing— the weather. It may be fine and hot in tne forenoon, but in the afternoon you are as likely as not to need an overcoat and umbrella to meet a sudden change. Last Friday it was tropical, on Saturday cold and showery; it was raining and cold again on Sunday and Mon day, showery on Tuesday morning, the same again up to about 11 yesterday (Wednesday), and fine since. It might not be safe to bet on it continuing so. The committee of the V.R.C. must have been loth to postpone Cup Day, and an announce ment was not made until about 7 on Mon day evening. However, that wss sufficiently early to enable Mr. J. Wren to bring his Ascot Thousand forward a day, and I do not sup pose he ever had a larger attendance at his track. As Sydneyitcs are aware, Steel On and Brussa, the respective favorites for each divi sion o...

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

Tu&mubrinfa By JOHN DKAYTON, More compulsion ! Under the Apiaries Act «I1 bees must be kept in frame hives. The Servians are in line at last. Their bands now play Tipperary. Usual report from the political atrena : 'No finality has been reached.' It never w31 be. 'Poaeres Scrap !' It was mostly scrap be fore the guns of the Allies had finished with 'Are bitters good for you ?' asks a paper. They may be — but sweets are preferred, gene rally. ' Description of the gas circulated by the enemy: Smells like heliotrope and tastes like hell. Home defence means wearing a soldier's rig, with no chance in life of taking the soldiers' chances. We have received a poem entitled When Daylight Dawns. Very well; when does day night dawn ? Users of gas are requested to be economi cal Will politicizes raakc a note of the recommendation ? Contemporary heads an article, Australia Not At War. Judging by the casualty lists we are not quite at peace. Most of the good things have gone tip in price ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SWIMMING NOTES East Sydney Swimmers' Promise [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

SWIMMING NOTES By W. F. CORBETT. East Sydney Swimmers' Promise Mr. Marsh, of East Sydney Club, wr.tes : — 'Re 100 yards handicap last Saturday lor Mr. S. Hordcrn's tiiiphy. S. Bethel, who :r, only 14 years old, and who swam so consistently last sf-ason, again sho-.vet! ability in winning his l.cal off 12scc in linin 29 3-5s;c. He secured third place in the iiml, which was won by R. Joyce (scr) in lmin 8-je:. Joyce won bis heat .11 1./. 1 IIC IHIdl Wd.l .1 £IC«ll IUIU ...III d II .Llilll*'. for the handic2ppcr. V. l'raacr, who is onl r cishl-,ycars of age, swam second in the he.it which was won by Bethrl. I'rzt'.r's time for t!ic 50 yards was 42!e-.-. whi:h is except. onally 5ood for such a young member. Many (f i.'c jt-nior members arc. .thus ca:l,# in the scasnn, evidencing such Rood form thai great thir.^i crc expected o! them.' A Brisbane Boy's Success I have a lc'i'r from Brisbane'-.; swimming enthusiast. Mr. fed Wcud. lie informs me t-f the advancement in life oi Billy llciheri...

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BASEBALL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

BASEBALL By SAFE. The meeting of Wavcrlcy 2nd Petersham last Saturday was expected to provide the tit-bit oi the present compclition, but anticipations were not realised, as the occansidcrs failed to pro duce the 'fight-to-thc-end' came for which they have become noted during the last few seasons. The first innings promised well, both sider failing to score. In the two following couple Pelcrnham swung the ash successfully, tallying two runs in each, and the Greys responded with one in the fourth. The losers were lucky to save a 'Chicago.' as it war, wholly due to an error on the part of short-stop Austin that their tingle war. scored. Pctcrshum increased thrir advantasr in the fifth and sixth, notching p. brncc of run;* in cucli, whereas ^Vn vrrlcy were danKeroi:s r-nly in their last time at bat. Golbv making Rood at tlir penultimate after a wild throw by Moriarty. but the runner's anxiety to score p.ct him into difPciilM-rs. zs he war, trapped between home and third base. Ford gave...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

? '_ ? /^ t . I ♦ ♦ ^ e ? 3) 4 | ' 4 ^ ? ? ? ' a J Agents: Orme, Keigwin and Co., Ltd., Sydney. T ♦ ? ♦

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FISHING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

FISHING NOTES By RAMBLER. High water Sydney Cove : To-day, 8.45 a.ra., 9.14 p.m.; to-morrow, 9.22 a.m., 9.54 p.m. The westerly marred the fishing to a great extent last week-end, but those who tried shel tered spots were rewarded. This was particu larly the case in Port Hacking, where bream and whiting were hooked. In Gymea Bay red bream, as astral, were fairly plentiful, and flathead were also caught. At the South-west Arm. in Yowie Bay, and along the shores of Deer Park, several parties got good bags of mixed fish. Given fine weather this week-end. Port Hacking should b; one of the bc^t spots to try, especially as the rjjscoloration from the late rains 6hould have disappeared. The bream are not quite as thick at Como now. Those in quest of them should try lower down, where they are still being taken at night. Blackfish are biting near Sans Souci. Bondi and Tamarama Beaches are worth try ing for whiting, and further north drummer and blackfish are being causht. Woy Wov ir. brighten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

MCMILLAN, DEERY & CO., LTD. EPOBT3 DEPOT AND TOBACCONISTS, S3 CASTLKREAGn STREET (Opp. UoUl Autimlll). CICflRS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO, PIFES. ETC. g TOim OLD FRIEND, JOE ANDREOLI HAS OPENED A COMMODIOUS, UP-TO-DATE, 9 TABLE BILLIARD ROOM. At VI CASTLKRKAGIl BT., SYDNET (Next Angui tod Robertaon'a and Kear TiToll Theatre). Health and Strength /*k Are Within Every Man's Reach Ct wBSkL Physical fitncis is a matter of proper and sufficient erercise. - ,Jgy Don't allow the machinery of your system to rust from disuse. \ jKST Lack of exercise rreans lack of strength to ward off the many \ »9^^k complaints to which man is susceptible. Investigate my ./wrlSP^. Physical Culture, Boxing, Massage, and 4F- J. fi-J^___, Electrical Treatments f ''-' ?%$? ?_j\jsla^ and you v'u h*ve made the first st{p towards absolute physical I '''''mH^i^k My Boxing Courses are Interesting [- l^!^^Hfr£n thorough and specially adapted to the needs of beginners. Severe I -- - ^^KjB treatment plays no part in ...

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ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

ATHLETICS Licut.-Colonel A. H. Scott, the East Sydney A.A.C champion high jumper (son of Mr. D. H. Ecott. manager of the Commercial Bank. Pitt r.trcct). who is commanding a battalion of Aus tralians in France, writing from the trenches after the 5Cverc fighting at Pozicres, states that he has come across members of the E.S.A.A.C. j on all sorts of occasions. At a sports meeting I one comnetltor nut un n snei:i.-i1l-j poor! n^rfnr. mance in a running hop, step, and jump com petition, and on mckinE enquiries he found it was an old E.S.A.A.C. ir.cmber in the person of Silas Bcvcn. who it will be remembered won the high jump championship of N.S.W. a year or two back, clearing 5ft lllin. Lieut.-Colonel Scott ir, in fine health, and wishes to be remem- j bcrcd to his many friends of Ihc N.S.W.A.A.A. | The Y.M.C.A. Harriers held three events at I the Sports Ground on Wednesday night Re sults :—7£yds handicap: J. Gregory, 6yds, 1; G. J. Watson. 4yds. 2: J. F. Rcimer. scr. 3. Time, aisec. 22...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

BAKER'S STADIUM I ? IVnonal Direction .... nEO. U BAKER. ; TO-NIGHT AT 8.30, GREAT MIDDLEWEIGHT CONTEST. FRITZ HOLLAND v. JOE CHIP. Pirst PrrilrolnPTjr. 7.M, DOX l'EKL v. WAL STKWAItT. Second Preliminary, 8.5, TOM McdltATO t' BILL UOSS. Kiret Trjout, 7.15. Prices : 10/ (Itra.), 5/, 3/, !/. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT AT 8.30 . - AUSTRALIAN BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP CXJSTEST. ? Twenty Hounds of Three Minutes Each. VINCE BLACKBURN v FRANK PEARSON (N\S.W.) 8 P.M. CVIC.) First Trjnut 7.15. Ten-rounda1 Contest, HERB SULLIVAN t. OEORGE NEWBDRT. Main Brent, IX tliarp. 1'ricca : 5/ (Rw.). 2/, «ntl 1/. STADIUM 'POP' NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGI1T, AT g P.M. THAINrNO EXHIBITIONS by ART MACIRL and FKKD KAY, OWEN CAIRNS and BASNET THOMPSON. Also eYCL'llc-iiL Vuudcville programme. ? K1,Y, 1IASTAM AND FEATHERWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. Kl.-irllnir on WEDNESDAY 'NIOI1T, the above Tournament will be run erery Wednesday tmtfl completion. ?Six rontoju will l« decided thii week. Priced : 1/0 (Ringride), 1/ (Terraces). Ladles 1/ ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING Coming Events Murphy Makes Good By Solar Plexus [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 11 November 1916

CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING ♦'*'* ' *'*'^ ??** -S-** «-?-- , -s»~j- Coming Events *se Murphy Makes Good & By Solar Plexus Barney Donovan, once famous as a New Zealand boxer, died recently. To-night's preliminaries are to be Don Peel v Wai Stewart, and Tom McGrath v Bill Ross. Hunt is forwarding £25, side stake, in sup port of his contention that he can beat Tommy Ryan. ?- Brannigan and Godfrey, in a return match, are sure to draw a good house. They are to meet shortly. Little Harry Holmes, our clever bartam weight, would dearly like to meet Patsy Bran nigan at 9.4. Herb Sullivan and George Newbury are to meet in the ten round preliminary bout on Monday night. Les King and Jack Wheeler, with Jim Sulli van and Hu;;hie Dwycr, are to meet in the pre liminaries next Saturday night. Herb Sullivan and Harry Kilrain in a return preliminary or a six-round contest on a Mon day night would be worth seeing. Wave Gcikie's great showing since he and Godfrey met in their famous twenty...

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