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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

? Q The first favorite in gj both France and Eng- fa land. From the reign j|j I of George I. to George |S V., Martcli's he.3 been p supreme. Try it. M flVMfTry^WIW-lr?u'Mg'at!AlMM'3a^lig:tfSfffWnW

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS GOSSIP Bowlers at Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

[?] B^WfCorbelt® Bowlers at Dinner Reminds me of th.e -,ir.;l old Hayr. ' ?.i-1 Mr. Hairy Chapman. 'T,ie, too,' said on.- i aficr another of fevcral r.;c:: who hjd played j the ;jwc for many years. Thcr referred to a dinjer which had juit c-^.d at Sargent's rooins, :n 1 ^tarkct-itreel, :-n Thtir^_1.,y -;-h- Vr Billy' Maitoa— ^vc. -.'body tails him' Bilh-.'a fact for which his popularity i, responsible— the rcccnUy elected prr.,idc::t of City Bowline Club. -v,ir the hest. and -?!,- i;-cu-beia v-iili sev-rnl f.-iendj oi the cl-.b, were thr 'suesta Toasts a, follow were ho.iored : 'The .Cing,' by th; cha.rman. Mr. M.-.^on ; -The Arrny, Navy, and Imperial Forces.' by Captain Cro '?^'?i. rcaoonoca so Dy Hr, 'B ly' Alderjon and the Hon. Jar-.es McGowen: 'Tl-e City Bo-.vlins Chin.' by Major Harry Chapnu- suj, porte.l by Mr. A. P. ile.lfo.r.! nn,! responded to by Mr. Maalon: 'The New Sr,u!i, Waif1 Bowiiii', Asjoci-itio!' ' hv '?!- J-,\c-iJ'c ? ?!?? ported by Mr. A. J. V/hitehoule. .:r. l' r...

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

MOORE PARK MATTERS. Dalley's sensational beginning against Syi. ncy Juniors 'A' war. a shock to the cnthusiast-i on the Park. At one period i'ix uickcts were down for 5 runs, but they Eot 48, Bingham

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

How Business Was Saved The passage of the Eight Hour Law by American Congress the Lower House, on Sep tember 1, and the Senate, September 2. meant more to the amusement purveyor in the States . ?' than appears on the surface. It was signed by President Wilson, Sunday, September 3. If the threatened nation-wide strike of tho railroad men had been carried out, its effect £ upon the amusement business would have been r- direct and disastrous. Vaudeville performers ;; would have been unable to fill their dates, un- : less they could travel from place to place by trolley or automobile, and dramatic companies V would be in the same predicament, only, per- .; haps, a little worse oft as far as the one night -] stand attractions were concerned. ? ?:] Some of the leading producing managers had I engaged automobile trucks to carry the bag gage and passenger automobiles to transport their companies from one town to another. The big circuses would hive been in a sad plight, indeed, with their h...

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

WESTERN SUBURBS DOINGS. I A. Soanes' batting was the bright feature of i Erskineville's cricket against Bchr.orc. ' As ) opening batsman the e.t-local school lad com- [ piled I 60 out of 157. G. Dalley (three for 22) and I n . inatcncr (tour lor 11) triumphed with the be] over Belmore. who seem to have lost their ear y form. Forty minutes sufficed tc. end their innings. j A. Smith followed hU excellent effort of the | previous round with a neatly compiled 76 with out a fault. W. Watson, an erstwhile cham pion of the time when Botany were outstandinr champions, gave a elimpsc Of his best form. Bowline throughout the innings unchanjed. h. oecurcd seven for. 79 against U.njtcd Service. ! E. Loveridge is. evidently out to break th; I records of Gordon Morgan (now on active '.e: ? vice). He wants nine runs to-day to make three centuries in cucccr-ion. Botany openc-.i uo ! with Rec.Hcrford (32) and LovcriJse. They laid the wood and together with 13. T.-.y-w ;o not out, and scored 161 in 7...

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

SUCH IS FAME ! Sixteen days after a letter was posted in London, addressed simply to 'David Waik Griffiths,' Somewhere in This Wide, Wide World.' that same letter war, reposing on his desk at the Hollywood studios. E.vidently the producer of The Birth of a Nation is not a total strange- to the postal authorities of Ens land and America. The envelope was received by Mr. Griffith, bearing the original addrrr.:-. with no additions whatever to indicate its exact destination. Spranger Barry was at one time a great rival of David Gamck. who generously described him as the- create*: lover he h.vj ever :ren on the stage. Fair and Wanner will introduce J. C. Wil liamson's Farce-Comedy Company, from %-o\rth Africa, to Sydney audience.-, at the Criterion about Christmas time.

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

_^ ? _.^__ _— _»— ? ? ? — ? ' ? ' ' ' r^^^Si Punching Brills iS^SSSs,- ii»v AU5TRALIA5 CRf.ATEST SPORTS OUT KITTrf?'- jji'fpggfSBSlailfraEl COHORTS r-rOT 113K.!N-15ta-.= at NEWCASTLE «*0 BRISBANE.

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

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Constant Reader (t.ilh»ow) : No; Gigandra and Danau» won in 1912, and Giganrlra and Tartanus in 1913,

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

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Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.A.T.C. MEETING. SELECTIONS BY PILOT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

V.A.T.C. MEiEING ? \ SELECTIONS BYflLOT. 1 ) KASOUKA HURl.ES : '? MASTEK REGEL .. .1 ? 1 Hobgoblin ? 1 ? 2 \ Home Rule ? '. ? 3 STANSMORE TWO--JAR-OLD : OUILLION ? 5 ? 1 Donnative ? j ? 2 Haud ? I. .. .. 3 ARMADALS -k- : HALF-A-GLASS .. ..} ? 1 Triuga . . t ? j ? 2 Lady Moolun ? ,.{ ? 3 TARA STEEPLEiASE : MOONBARRA ? ?-.... .. 1 Rendrock ? V ? 2 Louvre ? J ? 3 ORMOND STABS : WEDGE'' ? \ ? 1 Edrinstoa ? 1. . , .? . , 2 Kilchoman ? f...t... 3 ROSSTOWN PI.9-E : PISTOLAIRE ? 1 Don Solvo ? .5 ? 2 Hoprig ? X ? 3

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

f t I GET THE HABIT j : of I i THE GLOBL EVERY MONDAY. Brightest Penny Illustrated Paper EXCLUSIVE PICTURES. SPECIAL ARTICLES. j Sporting and General Notes. ; Motorists should make a point of reading the notes in The' Arrow each week. They are thoroughly up-to-date, written by one who knows the game from A to Z.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MELBOURE NEWS TIPS BY CRANBOOK. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

LATE MELBOURE NEWS TIPS BY CRANBJ3OK. MELBO'itNE, Friday. . The outlook for to-morrow' race mectini; at Caulficld is very gloomy. It is been raininc all the rooming, and with bt'clitht chances of a chance. With * run, I f.xy ; — KASOUKA HURDES : OBI or 1IOBGOJJN. STAI.'SMORK TV/O-Ylvi«-OLD : QUILLION or LUCTiMALT. ARMADALE Cl' : AURIFER ? 1 Daiua ? 2 Dame Quickly ? 3 TARA STEEPLECHSE : UNGAIw. u. '.VtioTWAY. ORMOND STAKS : i HITACHI or BOOK'REE. I ROSSTOWN PI.AE : 1 PISTOLAIRE or Zl. AND.

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

SOME CRICKET NOTES Dy RAMBLER. An enthusiast who had spen: a tew years In Melbourne had licci led to bcii=vc. even by many Sydncyitcn IiIrIi up in the came, that local Petersham Oval last Ssturd-y bi'liei; t:-.is. The home tcim ia too young to have a history, con sequently one cannot expect to ch.it I' the loci! prototypes oi the veteran who can yarn rcniinii ccntly of 'Young Tom Kendall' nnil 'L.id Jioyle,' but there were one or two viewing the ;amc who were men of the far-away p.is:. They followed the ;irae with intrfcr.t and a fair itrount 'f ar.-.u.icment, for missed citihen If the 'Varsity were -o prevalent th.it the matcli nearly lost it* scrio-jsnes? lit fact, one member of the visiting b..lr evidently tho-.uiit there war. nothing more humorr.us than a ilrorpvil tatch. He waii not the sole delinquent in the field, hut the others did not tre.-it It as .i joke. It was natural that the onlookers should air their eloquence at the expense of one who ;ecrr.?d to h-.vc more thought ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARWICK FARMRACES BY THE SCOU. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

WARWICK FARM1ACES BY THE SCCU. MAIDEN HANDICAP : BONNE CHANCE or ANTLS'IO MAID. JUMPERS' FLAT P..CE : KING MOSTYN or GRE.K FIRE. JUVENILE HANDIliP : CONACRE or NULL BUS. WARWICK HANDlAP : TRINOBANTES or WIRILI.A. FARM STAKES . ROCUS or ESTEB.N. PACE WELTER i DAVEY BUCHANAN or TP5ADWELL.

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

A delightful pick-me-up which puts new spring into your steps and keep you fit —even on the broiling days of summer. ? Keep a bottle on ice ? in your own Home

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

OUR INELIGIBLES. . v I often ride by Katie's Bide; I sometimes take her out to tea, Although it's not to be implied That Katie cures a jot for me. You saw us at the recent Rally— A year ago we weren't so pally. But now young Tom is by the Somme, . And Cousin Harry's gone to sea. And Dick, I'm told'o an airman bold. She seems to think it's up to me To deputise for them, though Kats Is twenty-two— I'm forty-eight. And so my cigarettes she shares, And lets me light her lamps at e'en. And execute her tyre repairs While she surveys the sylvan scene— And then, of course, I get the sack. — Wm. C. Bin WhitweU in Cycllnfc What will be the next reason put forward for exemption ? The latest novelty : At Rugby Rural Tribunal (Eng.), a mole catcher claimed exemption on the grounds that it was in ths national interest that he should be allowed to complete his contracts with over 100 farmers to keep down moles, in the neighborhood where he lived. He stated that he served three year*' apprenticeshi...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£10.000 A YEAR AND POOR [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

£10,000 A YEAR AND POOR. ' The folly of keeping up style, when one has - not the cash is illnstrated by a poor man in. London who has £10,000 a year. . ?',: 'Speaking in London on September 1 the Bishop of London said he was often asked why he should have £10,000 a year. All he coold say was that of that sum the Govern- . — .«^n» «nnl- nu»r f!ftnn in ratM nnrl taY^l- and with the balance he had two large houses to maintain. The result was that after beinj Bishop of London ten years he was a poorer ,,' man by £2000. But why two large houses ?, One is sufficient ? for the ordinary mortal of clay. Keeping up appearances makes more bankrupts than '. drink or gambling. '^

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIXTURES. S.S. WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

fixtures: N.S. WALES CJUCKKT ASSOCIATION'. lUlraiin IS3) v. TV.Terle/ («-7.»), i.'dner Cricket Grout*i. P-tcrahiin (3') v. L'nlrtnltT (7-331, Petcnhani OrTT' lU-Mio llitbor (3 69, t. Veatern Euburbi (XC), llialj Ovil. Glrbs (315) r. North Sydney (3-SS1. TCtnttcorth Park. Pmldlnp™ CKl v. 'Cordon t5-5J), Chzuvr joj 'o.-.l. Syinty, » b;c. ircond GnO.— Bilmiln r Glebe, Bu-cbRrcTe -o. I; -l Hirtor t Gordon Iforth S/dncj-, raddicstoa t Tnl vrreit-. Himpdtn; Pettnhim r W. Suburbs, rrjtten; Fvdnt'y r LclcUhardt. Illishcutfcra ; llijh Kcncoli \ Mo* uim, ' Mounui; \v»vcrlov v Nwlou-n. V'jvirirv; M. I (,'orjc v Ha-ndiricL. lluntriilr. ' Third Grade— Ililmain v St. Clcorpi. Bajiuin :.-o. 2; ! A.S. Corra v Ilaedwlt^, Rai.dn-ick: liortlon v Xeiuira, I ICn-l.iiiwillf: Olfbc v Writcrn Suburb;, .tubilec 'Oral; I l-i-trnliam v Wurrlfv. St. Luke's Tark; Sydney v A. SI. Corp.-, S.u.ti. ^o. :'; L'niTrnlty v Pad-iinston, L'niver city.

Publication Title: Arrow
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 — 18 November 1916

CRISP CRICKET GOSSIP *-** ? «-*?$? -t-«-4- A-nfc :; Not Out on Play and the Players :: __ ? ,*. ? . a ? -v. ? Batsmen were so merry in Sydney and sub urbs last week that it was a whiff of the old bright days thrust out of mind by the war. Nothing stirs the pulse of your trv.c cricket enthusiast better than 3tirring deeds with the willow. One time it was H. H. Massic, another it was Jack Lyons, another Victor Trumpcr, another Sunny Jim Mackay. And even old Bill Howell, with his great lemp of wood, has set the imagination of the crowds aglow by the manner in which he v hacked the. ball tremendous distance.-, and t;c:scadous heights. Now, when your bowler docs something bi; I he has not a bold on the crowd comparable with that of the performer of the bat, unless :t-e special circumstances invest his feats win something of the electric order. For instance, when M. A. I-.'oble and Jack Saunders bowled M.icLarcn's team out on a per fect wicket in the r.econd innin:;s, M.A.N. bowl ing Tom ...

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

^ Your health is what you make it TpE/ i^TsSyHBafifc need mfflcicnt in«J proper -xrn*i«*. I ofTcr you phjiical fitness in my ^^M&mbmmPFn^Ri^ Physical Culture, Massage, and rfiii* s^jfB^BBSF J^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ detail of thfl p''*i * \T* jr ^0HHNJ^^^^^E5lR|k il1?0 Holiday, Tutwliy, Wedo'cadiy and Friday ereninji \ ^F*Pg^\^ StZ HOLLAND 'Phone, Cltr 1002. ? _____^_— — — ^— — — — ? BAKERS STADIUM r.reoni'l Dirrction ? f.ZC. U HAKBIt. To-Night at 8.30 Great International Middleweight Contest MAGIRL (Art) v. (Fred) KAY noon open T r-Vlocl:-F!rrt Try-out T.lft-Flmt Pr/llmln.r.v 7.45. l.w. Kinc v .Inck : TrtMlrp-SMMd Hit IlmlnMT 8.57 ?lim Sullivan v. llushio Dwyer. MAIS KVKXT S.I1O WIAIU1. I-IUCKS : 10. (lies..), 5/. 3/ »»d -/ Next Monday Night, Nov. 20. Great International Welterweight Contest Owen CAIRNS v. Fernand QUENDREUX TWi..M't ItOUXDS Or THRKr MINUTES EACH. Dom-s -ip--n ' o'clock-First Try-out 7.15— 10-Hound Con test 8 p.m., Lnrry Olive v. 1'trry Yoimj. PRICKS : «?? (H...

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