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STADIUM SPECIAL NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

\- STADIUM I SPECIAL NOTICE «\ Xm Gk Hgfatfay of the Raah cotters B*r Sudiara ?;?-, if gentrcted on thr premise* by the mxnigementJs sfli own plint, the KAY— UAGXRL contest, tfaii (Sttur ^*'r (j^y) evening, OWEN CAIRNS — FEUNA-T) QDEK f?:1 DREDX, next Hondaj, and ilao the Special Tonnj*^ tyl and Vmderille 'POP' next Wednesday, «nd all -,': other eng^jtments continued u tjsoii. ??';? REG. L. BAKER.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FOOT OF FILM ITS LIFE STORY: A CELLULOID TRAGEDY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

A FOOT OF FILM » — ITS LIFE STORY: A CELLULOID TRAGEDY That's right, pick me up. I'm worth a look, though I'm an old. dusty, stained strip of cel luloid. I'm odd to you, with little squares of pictures on me and holes punched aion' the sides of rr.e, eh .' Well. I'm a foot of film. I'm a foot of film trom a photo play. I'm a thousandth part ol a reel. I'm a second of tine. I'm sixteen winks of the shutter. I'm a fraction of a llaih. I'm a tense moment. And I'm a piece of junk. Hold me up to the light. As you jtratRht-n out the wrinkles in me — no, don't talk of iron ipg me out : I can't stand heat ! — yiu'll notice jt'st a hair line between each of :ry pictures. That's to separate the action, wnich is a tin/ bit different in each picture. Well, I'm a fool of film. And if my images are pro.ected upon the screen, my sixteen make one, and it lasts for one second. The firs* I remember is that I was born somewhat like Eve. li we will say that a thin ?heet of celluloid, 21 inches wide and...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAGIRL AND KAY INTERNATIONAL MID-WEIGHTS IN RETURN MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

MAGIRL AND KAY INTERNATIONAL MID-WEIGHTS ' IN RETURN MATCH At the Stadium to-night, when Fred Kay tackles Artie Mai;irl, 1 expert to witnrsr- the Australian Boxer's superiority bem^ demon strated over the imported mar.. Ma-irl was declr.tcd winner on poinis when Ihcy met .1 short trr.c Uack in Meibourne. iiu: viistor on points, tliuiir.h it tnicht be by tiicKO iir.ee meeting h.a. f.ia^n ! hjN a. toiiiiicu : jr D.ivc Smitli. .:-id. v.-c .ire told, ou.-ooi.el George Clip i!.-.t.I tile litter knocked hin: oj: in t!.e i 4*. It round. i *i t lir ;nc.jntin*.c ICiiy cii'v*-w led the treat Darcv . by cleverly . ou,,.',,,,;in1: /vmc:n:j ;. ;rt!UUicwci;,.i:. jnr.my Clal.ny. ; Thjt K.-w i» well I .irn sure : his daily wor!: ' with Demlen an-1 others at Bondi .urf Club'.- I ' cyir.n&sium lcjve 'i;e no doubt on lli.u scjre. ' And. as to Kagirl. we have his trainer. Pawv ' Burke's .i»sur..m:; on that itore, so that the I loser will have no excuse to make in that I direction. Ii ;hr Americ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

PALACE THEATRE COMB AN!) SEE ? ALLEN DOONE ALLEN DOONE '.S TUG fillUATlST I'l.AY KVE1I. TOM MOORE TOM MOORE loNimrr, and all xk.xt week. TO-MUIIT. AND ALL NEXT WEEK. I MAKE YOUR OWN COUGH MIXTURE. A pint of the finest quality remedy for coughs, colds and throat troubles— equal to 12/ wortn ot ordinary mixtures— may be made in a few minutes by adding 2/ worth of HEAN'S ES SENCE to water and sweetening. Sir Rider Haggard, the famous novelist, who recently visited Australia, wrote, on the eve of his dc Darture- 'You will be interested to know that I am taking a supply of HEAN'S ESSENCE away with me. Upon my return to England I shall be pleased to bring its merits under the notice of my friends.' HEAN'S ESSENCE if obtainable from all leading chemists and stores.—*

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARIE LLOYD COMEDIENNE RELA TES HER EARLIEST VENTURES ON STAGE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

MARIE LLOYD - -? ? COMEDIENNE RELA TES HER EARLIEST VENTURES ' ON STAGE At the very beginning of her career Miss Marie Lloyi', now happily convalescent, the ad mitted queen of comeuiennes, was a manageress as well as .in actress. . 'I had a deal of pluck and nerve.' she says in an article in -he Newcastle Chronicle, 'for I was only 13 years old. I t,clonBcd to a Band of Hope, and the theatre of my first attempt wa3 the schoolroom of Kairbauk ,Church. New North-road. London. I had induced a number ' of other girls, tcllow.mcmbers of the Band of ; Hope, to join with me in planning an entertain ment which was to be given on behalf of the Nile-street Mission. W-- ealltrt mirsrlvrx the Fairy Bell Minstrels, and our performance must have been wonderful. It was simply a case of teetotalism set to music. I remember that one song I sang was called Throw Down the Bottle and Never Drink Again. There was one man in the audience who had come in I with a ticket, and had brought a bottle with him....

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE CUP AFTERTHOUGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

MELBOURNE CUP AFTER THOUGHTS (THOJC THE UELBOU1CT! PAPTRS.) The scene at the Victorian Club, while rettling ovtr the Melbourne Cup was proceed ing, between 10 o'clock and 12 o'clock on Wed nesday morning, was animated. The big room wu filled with bookmakers and backers settling their monetary differences. Every second person had a bundle of notes in his hand, while at the small settling table notes were seen to be in neat piles ready to change hands. Two or three Commonwealth £1000 notes were used in the settling. The members of the Ring agree that the volume of betting over Saturday's Melbourne Cup was not as large I One of tho Games ?f the Hoar not impended through the Coal Strike Effects 1 Scene in the Bowls Matches at the City Green last Saturday, when City defeated Marrtckville as in connection with some past years. Mr. W. G. Stead backed Us horse for a good stake, but Mr. E. S. LuttrelL his racing part ner, won comparatively little over him. He would, however, have been a good...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

[?] THEATRICAL TIT-BITS , Wf T Military Night ? * ',' At the Tivoli yesterday ! Proved.! great success all round. Foil programme submitted met with warm peccption. All the favorites in the cast (otherwise all the performers) accorded creat receptions. 1 Miss Pearce, Miss Raye. and the other girl3 | to the show were at their best and brightest lor the occasion, and the men in khaki were not (low to recognise the fact. Every number went with a bane, and seldom kn there been such a sympathetic appreciation On the part of an audience of what the artists mae offering by way of ?ntartainincnt. The efforts of the comedians were no less appreciated, and Mcun. Cannot and Co., Un limited, were inspired to fresh heights of musi cal and nonsensical absurdity. The audience were routed from any stronghold of gloom, they might have been maintainine when they entered the building. The greatest demonstration was reserved for the moment when Miss Pearce, as Queen of the Follies, formally presented th...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING GOSSIP TIPS FOR TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

TROTTING GOSSIP \ TIPS FOR TO-DAY , To-day, for the first time in 'the history of the .; . Turf in this State, trotting enthusiasts are to ; : have a Saturday without opposition. ! I The event is the Australian Trotting Club's ! nectins at Victoria P.-.rh, embracing six events, I Icr which 132 horses arc handicapped. I 1 The contestants will include most of the bebt hones in this State, besides some visitors from other parts, and there is every indication d a capital meeting and cood racing. This position arises through the inability of the Warwick Farm Club to go on with its horse meeting, and the A.T.C. would have been doubly fortunate had the V.R.C. carnival been concluded to-day, for a great number would I no doubt have attended in order to make in vestments on Melbourne chances. However, as it i», '.he club is sure to benefit through having no clash fixture, while the op portunity is also provided for sports to have a look at a trotting meeting, a pastime more popular than may ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES WEEK-END ITEMS FOR ROD AND LINE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

FISHING NOTES * ? WEEK-END ITEMS FOR ROD AND LINE By RAMBLER. ' Hijh water, Sydney Cove : To-day 2.17 a.m, ! 1.59 p.m. i to-morrow. 3.21 a..m. 3.4 p.m. I The Amateur Fishermen's Association intend ? erecting a tablet in their rooir.s in memory of the late Mr. R. E. Ea.-tway, who was the I hr&t |irv!-i'.ic.ii it the bur!;- who has died. The ? work he dicj for t:-,e /'.i.soci.itiuri, especially in I its early day-.i. was extolled a: the lajt mett | ing by Messrs. Gco. Hollingdjlc, C. Thackeray, | and other i. TF Ti-h wprc v^n/ ntrntiful at the vsrisns | week-end spots the news would not be cf much hciiclii with pleasure train; cut out by thr Railway Comnr.siioncrs, ani n.i trams mnninK . on Sunday irorning. Mjny enthusiasts wiil I have to forsake th-ir fav!iti'.e .^port until rr.T jters a:e adjusted. ! Brc.-.m arr being taken in tht Pi.-ramaUa ! River. Mr. T. Kichordson ir.si with fair suc : cess oft Cabarila, and also near Gladesville I bridK.-. | Miaudlc Harbor has been yiel...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF RIBBON BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

DEATH OF RIBBON BOY. Mr. Albert Olive, of Kia Ora, Lawrence, sustained a very serious Ios» recently when his fine trotting stallion. Ribbon Boy, succumbed from the effects of being staked. A few days before a small piece of stick (about half an inch long and as thick as the small end of a pen handle) entered one of his front feet, and it was extracted the same day by Mr. Olive, but the horse died from the effects. Ribbon Boy was a beautiful animal a blood bay in color, 16 hands high and just over five years old. He was purchased by Mr. Olive from Mr. J. T. Fenton, of Orange, a few months ago for a big sum. He was by Rib bonite out of Muriel, both well bred equines. Ribbonite's sire, Rjbbonwood, was the cham pion trotting stallion of Australia for 11 years. The introduction of such a Gne stallion meant much to the horse-breeding industry of this district, says the Grafton Argus, and Ribbon Boy was in great request. The horse was not insured. The A.T.C announces another benefit meet i...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

[?] f/m. MTAURU/ P ? An all-day ladies' tournament will be held on the Double Bay courts in aid of the Re patriation Day Funds. The amateur sports '.io:'.ien have decided to conduct a stall at the corner of Ceo'rue and Hunter streeis on De cember 15. in r.iipp--rt of the fund, and th; help build thr Wall. The New South Walrs Association will afford the worthy object of the ladies all possible assistance. The tcurney will take place early ia December. The team of tennis players^ — Messrs. F. A. Ire.-lair T_ S l.nhhin N Hirfrtn anA T? ! Kcr.dcnon— who visited the Royal Naval Col | !e^c at Jervis Eay ss the guests of the staff last ' -.v-c!:-cnd, had a thoroughly enjoyable trip, and ' '.piak highly of the kindness meted out to them by ! Tie various members of the stall, especially ! Commander Duncan Grant. K.A.N.. ?n-J Mr. j M. Moycj. The letter i» the senior naval | instructor at the College, and wai a member : nf the Dr. Mawson Antarctic expedition. He ! is also a brother of the well...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW RIDERS HAVE FARED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

HOW RIDERS HAVE FA.RED. Only seven riders have ridden three or more | uburban winners this season, and they are ohown hereunder, with the courses at which they have won : § i 4 'i Rider. | 8 « d. ? g c 2 g ' J« 2 ? -3 B S K S H F. Foley ? 0 1 2 2 I 6~ C. Barden .... 2 1 0 0 2 5 G, Meddick.. ..2 0 1 2 0 5 A. Wood .... 0 1 0 3 1 5 W. Crockett ..2 0 0 2 0 4 W. Baker .... 1 0 0 2 0 3 T. O'Keefe. . ..0 0 2 1 0 3 Altogether 42 riders have won races of which there have been 77 so far this season. F. Hood, with nine wins, is the most successful 'down-the-Iine' rider. G. Lambert, who generally ridea Ettefred, onked to be allowed to stand down in the Oaks; as he considered the George Frederick filly had no chance in the going, and P Kelly ? was substituted. Only the day before Lambert j missed riding the Williamstown Cup winner. ' There were doubts of the Fortunatus horse ' starting in the event, and when offered the ride : on Torbane Lambert accepted the engagement. ! which he was allowed to...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY FOOTBAL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

RUGBY FOOTBAL Dy THE CYNIC. A little while back it was announced in Th: Refcrrc th.lt U. Ui.Kor. tin line younp lins liali Icrwjr-.l. \. In. v. ill ,c remembered as thi n:.-.ii -..nil -???..., -.r!, .-.: me ho: j at Newcastle : .-.i.»in:t' .i i.i'Jl u. '.',-. ill I'--'.. 'h.^'1.iecn'kiiicd'in ! *™li Al''- ? | '1 h.'. news wr.3 recciveil with general rejret here, fcr Uob3o!i v.-a-. ;? line lyPC of man and a ' i.plendil footballer. v.-iMi t-racticaliy half a cen- i lurv cf in'; appjrrnti' in front oi him. I a-ii ! ttire th.-.: rr..-n .'ike Jiir.iny Henderson. Billy : Hill. ai:.l othr^s -.-. ;;o :....?..? -ItKo |-er:;'iii»: .on- .' i.i. ? «r:, Dei ..;,. h.-.T.i o! tin manner ff hi-; I cud \i-'i ?. cr, r ;.-i r..idncs.. V.i. w.i.. A-.-ijia.T. Kesiucut ;,t Ncara.iNyasa !;nd. and was t-ndlv injure.! hy a rhinoceros carlv in July. .-r..l r.u, cu-.-.l-c4 to'his wou.-.ls on the next aio.-ni.-r. lie w,i^ ^i famous Kup.r.y ' forward in l-is d.r/. aivi bri.idr-:. !.cin» ar. Ox- , J Tltc Arrow i...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peris Co pic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

Vcrmppk^ps Hy CISEAUX, Thii land of Paradoxes. ' They call it the working man's Paradise. It's illegal to strike. But this U the lxntl of strikes. Politicians are paid by the country to make its laws. And politicians are paid by the same coun try to permit the laws they make to be ignored. It is a theme for an up-to-date Gilbert and Sullivan, who might churn out a comic opera, amusing alike to the miners and the masters. The miracles arising from this war are never ending. One of the latest: In a West Lothian Hospital Private Macdonald, of the Scaiorths, has regained his speech through temporarily choking while inhaling smoke from cigarettes. It's a novel way to choke, anyhow. Oh, don't the days seem lank and long When all goes rieht and nothing goes wrong ? And isn't your life extremely fiat With nothing whatever to crumble at : 'Did you cure that Aniac yon had with tho failing memory ?' 'I thought so at one time,' replied the doc tor, 'but I'm not so sure about it now. Ho went bac...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF NOTES THE ASSOCIATES AND THE KENSINGTCN LINKS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

GOLF NOTES THE ASSOCIATES AND THE KENSINGTON LINKS By TEE TEE. The Maniy links were playing very we'.l on Saturday, and the condition! were nil in tavor of low scorir.g. O. II. Wines won Jie r.-.oJa! competition with a good score ol 73, which, nevertheless, should have been much britcr con M.icnng thai he was out in 37, or one under bocey. ile Ba:ned a Mrckc at »he lonp fifth and did th..- n^t ur.t:l the turn in hr--rv figures--*, y 3, 4. s. j. j, -, i._j,. A fouv ;n il-.c 10th. ancj seven :.t the )?:,?,. .in-1 ;ive at lhc .6t.i. s-i-oiii ui.,; in:Kii: oi;-cn»i-'. liavc bre:i * very tine s'.oi?. I never oouU qu'ic i:ndcr stand whiit .-.mii.3 Wines t-.i ;-l.i;- s-j brilliantly ano then Inii av.-av as he .ic«. I ianty it car. be notliing Jut catclcssr.c--., antl a too happy disposition. I A. L. ,v.;cr ran Wines verv cl-se with a 11-' ' /(. I!t was out in 40. losiiv; strokes at the; hrjt ,ii-.-: third respectively; otlicrwise 10 \ht ? ti:rii he w.is playing very soundly. He v.-.is ; no...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tween Drinks [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

Tuem Drinks By JOHN DRAYTON. r — ? ? German geniuses arc at work on subterrcnes to beat the tanks. Hlndenburg is In his 70th year, and the pace ia beginning to tell. Likely this Winter wiil see him out. Conscription Referendum : bid pole expected, ?ays an exchange from the far back. After the poll N.S.W. was up the pole. An English paper asks 'How lone will the Crown Prince ot Germany be popular ?' Is he ? I One of the latest V.C.'. is Lieut E. P. 8 Baxter, who 'led a storming party and was B not been again.' 0 Cabled that the German military furnace is H bnrning low. Well, there is no shortage of I H fuel in the old dead heal— He!}. H la this family luck or ordinary pluck ? H Lieut. Moore who has received the Cross is D a son of another Lieut. Moore, who won it at I Loos. J 'What did you say when the bullet hit 1 yon ?' the English nurse asked the wounded I Aniac He told her — and she went and told J the matron. I One thing no woman can do. There is not f one of the is who can mark...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

?? I ? SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Paper Political News of the Hour To-night's Boxing, by W. F. Corbett THE REFEREE Australian Soldiers in 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]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

REASSURING. 'You mark my words, mate, it's money a3 '11 win this war— «n' -woTe got tons or It !'? ^ ? ^ ? — mcntntffl gpnrdnn mil Prtmitle ?tgw».

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST GOSSIP ON THE V.A.T.C. MEETING TO-DAY V.R.C. Steeplechase Postponed Trotting at Victoria Park V.A.T.C MEETING AT CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

LATEST GOSSIP ON THE V.A.T.C. MEETING TO-DAY V.R,C. Steeplechase Postponed .\ By Tulkeroo «£-*-9 *&*~y -S^«V Trotting at Victoria Park V.A.T.C MEETING AT CAULFIELD The Spring meeting of the V.R.C. will long be remembered for the lcngrny period over which it was spread, for racing which gene rally covered a week has this year been ex- | tended to three wrcki by reason of the last da/ j again being postponed till next Saturday. This leaves the V.A.T.C. free to hold its I meeting, originally set down lor to-day, but I put back for a week when the V.R.C. had to I hold over from Thursday to Saturday. ! It will also mean that the prospect of New South Wales supplying any more winners at the V.R.C. carnival will be minimised eon Biucrduiy, as it 13 naraiy UKciy more man two or three of our horses will be kept over there the extra week. Rain affects Flemington much more than Caulfield, and, despite the dowtfpour that has visited the southern capital, the latter course is not likely ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CYCST EIGHT-HOURS TRAC ACING: BIG PROGRAMME DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

THE CYCBT EIGHT-HOURS TRACtACING: BIG PROGRAMME .DAY By near. c/:;ai, Cycling enthusiasts run cenl;|y look for wari n seme line fport at t JiE'nt-Heurs' carnival to-d;,y. Bf-:h the Lc jnd Union ridcr» will take the track at AtriculfJr.il liro.ind. . If th:3 very much o .date racing path is in anything like dcceiilcr — and the promoter? promioc.that it v.i!-5ome close .:nd i.i-crcsting racing i-, suic iiut. lor lhc League races thci e 53 riders nominated, .ind just on SO .' he amateur races. 1'or the LeaL-u-- :ncn tils the Eight Hours' Wheel Race, 2 miles 10 ; a mile handicap of £13 : and a twe micratch rjie of £25. The amateurs will K hrec han'i r/p- r»ch for £10 open orders. The orratch race of the LcagiouH Ko to Georre Horder. as the veteran idin^ well ; but McEcath — who c.ir.r.ct be roper shapn juit yet — Crook, nichrcr. and r.c. the Viu tonui. v.-iil keep him ;r.'.ir.n litad them over t!i: line. Racing is timed to commence 1 a.m.. and I rider* sl-ould be or tl-;c groundittle ea...

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