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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

IMILLE DEERY & CO., LTD. 6POBTS DEPOT AND TOBACCXHOSrS, 18 CASTLEBEAOH STREET (Opp. Hotel Autnlia). ? CISARS, C16ARETTES. TOBACCQ, PIFEa ETC YOOB OlO nilEHD. JOE ANDREOLI HAS OPENED A COMMODIOUS, UP-TO-OATB. 9 TABLE BILLJAKD ROOM. At 97 OASILKBKAflH 81, 8TDHKT Qicxt JLBgm and Eobertaon'a and K«u XlroU Tieatw).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING Coming Events Blackburn a Hummer [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING Coming Events *a& *-*-i- ^*«p «?-?-£' Blackburn a Hummer «£ By Solar Plexus ! Bert Spargo has decided to rclrain from boxing unui alter Xnis. Percy Young and Larry Olive are to meet next Monday night in a ten-round contest. Harry Stone and Tom Urcn arc again to meet at Brisbane next buturaay npjhi. ! Georfe Bailieu rciuscd to allow Hew Ed- I wards to meet Juat Murphy in oydney on No- ] vembcr 25. Tom Ryan is to meet W. Daniels, the re- i cently-arrived Irish feauicr-wcight, in the main j |«Ly.' t»ui4 «i luciuuuruc im-ui£|ii. ? IMt ? ? i fS I' To-night's prcjminary bouts are to be : I IS);,' Le» King v. Jack Wheeler, riushic Dwyer v. ['«;-,' Jim (Old Young) builivan. J [ifV-1 J1™ Hill says that Andy Maguire, who dc- ! I; y. feated Frank Pearson by the knock-out, is | r r the hardest-hitting banuun weight tic has ever I r- £'. met- Li',:' Bert O'Neill v. BUly Ross « (hard-hiititi;; I*11 tnirtrlle weights), and Stan Merlon v. btin ;? Campion, wi...

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

Red Watson Talks W. F. Corbett, in this week's Referee, gives something highly entertaining : Red Watson duly arrived in San Francisco, and he also duly talked, and somewhat unduly in several respects, as may be gathered from the subjoined matter published in the San Fran cisco Bulletin of October 13, under the name of Marion T. Salazar, which was exactly wheri and how Buck Crouse's libel on Australia. le printed a month or two ago appeared. How much of the Watson interview is Watson s. and bow much more Salazar's could only be ascer tained on the ground— from Watson. But the ground is 7000 miles away. Here it is, any 'Red Watson has a bit of advice to ofTer American fighters who go to Australia and want to stick 20 rounds with Les Darcy. Keep Darcy in good humor; ocn't get him sore — that's Red's advice. ' 'Of all the American fighters who have gone to Australia.' states Red. 'there's only one who knows how to fight Darcy ; that's Jimmy CUbby. ' 'dabby i= always careful not to hit ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE BEACHES AND ELSEWHERE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

QMTOEBEACHES ELSEWHERE Jill (jnst off the boat, and strolling along the Corso toward the beach) : 'You've been down here three weeks. How have you enjoyed the vacation ?' Jack (who is married to her cousin) : 'Fine; the place where I am stopping doesn't seem like a strange place at all. It has all the discom forts of a home.' Jill : 'Oh : Beast :' She was making her way down to the beaeh from the ladies' dressing room. It was her first appearance among the throng that dips and drips and floats upon the waves, wafted hither and thither as each roller chases its brother. Her husband was a hardened sinner in this re spect, sun-browned, and oblivious of the cack ling of the hens and he's sitting on canvas chairs. She (demurely) : 'What will people say when they see me in this short skirt ?' He (brutally) : 'They'll probably say I mar ried you for your money.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. ENCOURAGE HANDICAP—1 mile. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLVB. SATDBDAT. KOVEKBEE 18. KSOCrCIlAGE HAjrolClP— 1 mils. Frtd Ear. sex. Bonnii Voystt. 15yds bbd. Van Ber, scr. nuckinttw Lua, Wyda bod. Silent Lxmja. Clare Bos. SS/ds 1-1»L Lad; Vie, (er. WHprood. Byda bhd. LeitstrJadut, ser. noby Qlittera, SSjdj bbd. Bella Dtnon, scr. Arundell DdU^ri' bhd. Victoria Bob, nx. ft PanL 33yds bhd. .Moreer, kx. Ucldcn Tire. 35ydj bhd. Fora* Quetn. scr. I.iUi Pilll. Myds bhd. Trial Traccj, aer. Corm, -0yds bbd. Mollie Roy, scr. lUlUpoli. oOydi bhd. Honert Belle, acr. ItritinnU's Gift, 50yds bhd. Pearl Huon. irr. Lord Elmo. Mjd« bhd. UUadttlU. 10-Js bbd. NOVICE tJKnOPPIJiD IlAIiOlCAP-11 mile, lalaod Lady, tcr. UerbriU. SSyds tbd Besce Arco, Bcr. Sparkb'iar JevcIL 25yds bhd. Welcome, oct. I.U1U Alto, 45yds bhd. Tho Devon, tcr. Darkncs, 45yds bhd. Alto Arco, scr. « lllactpoal, 60}-da bhd. Kato Douglxj, set. John One. 60yds blid. Morning, scr. Indicator, 75yd- bhd. Belle Its, ecr. Mthomct, BOjdi bid. Bruick. scr. Spiletto, lOSyca bhd. ...

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

SUNDAY TIMES Australia's most popular Sun day Newspaper. War News, Women's Wwrld. Read by 400,000 People every Sunday THE REFEREE Pilot on the Turf World W. F. Corbett on th« Kay v Magirl Battle Sportsmen in the War

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.A.T.C. NOVEMBER MEETING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. KASOUKA HURDLE—2 miles and 64 yards (To start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

V.A.T.C. NOVEMBER MEETING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. KASOL'KA HURDLE—: milei ar.n 61 jird-. llo tUrt at l.iCt p.m.) It lb it lb Mjuter Regtl .. ..1113 iliavoln ? 9 11 Coronatus ? 11 13 Blli.d Murpliy .. .. 9 10 Obi ? 11 9 Rlvernook ? 0 « WondergTsph .. .. 11 0 lUmoth ? » i Wortupj ? 11' 0 NuUituawhiti .... 0 2 Home Rule ? 10 13 Allegheny ? li 0 Hlghflown ? 10 (1 Irthrr ? fl 0 Ilobsoblin ? 10 ;' Worii ? 0 0 Carnal ? 11 4 I.r.rd Linarre .. .. 'J U Cordelier ? 0 12 | STANSMORK TWO-\ UBOI.lv ;? lur?.c^s^. i -To HuzL at 2.20 p.m.} * i Anttoil ? 3 'I I'urple MrrtiP .. .. 7 10 ? Ilo^al Itexne .... 8 6 Open Rouflc .. ..7 1'! Haud ? » S I.4dy K-y ? 7 E ; Qulllion ? S 2 .SU.-cfrizht ...... 7 8 I Woorlnjan ? 8 ?-? Muiknar ? 7 8 ! AUyerra ? » : Mount KluB ? 7 0 ! Mandcntcn ? 9 2 Rnnisn prince .. .. 7 11 ! IlUUon ? 7 13 Ilormatiie ? 7 « Folly IJuwn ? 7 11 Oncjimus ? 7 5 Case* ? 7 11 Queen ln^oda .. .. 7 .1 I Ttnt« ? 7 11 Kyiix ? ~ 1 '. Popeo ? 7 10 Lucy Milt ? nil 6weet ComeOy .. .. 7 10 lla-Uss ? 0...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPORT Dan O'Brien as Rider [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

| 's/jtez, ATI HE (?'' Dan O'Brien as Rider W Seventy-four writes to the New Zealand ft?. Weekly Press: 'The remark in your kindly ??£'. ? obituary notice of Dan O'Brien that courage %. was the outstanding feature of my old friend's f.f. exceptional equipment for the professions of % ? jockey, trainer, and owner was not far from 'J : the mark. But courage is not always of the it- »«me quality, and O'Brien's courage was of the -t very highest order, blended with a diffidence ?J and a nervousness, if th.nt is the nuht word. if, which removed it as far from fodl-.ar.Hness and jv ' rashness as patriotism is from jingoism. No ,}' great horseman ir. without nerves, and O'Brien V.' was really a i:rcat horseman. Some of his most '.!- . sinning icais in tnc snauic were ;-cnormc(i ni 1- . backblock and gdldfieliis meetings in the early '\: days of racing in thi;. country, where his ser |- vices were available to any country owner 5. who had a ha1.'-bi:d hack he imagined could ..}? gallop or j...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TATTS MEETING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP. 1 mile Minimum weight, 5.7. (To start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TATTS MEETING ~N ? ; ? SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. muuwmoiiT HAJcnioAp. j mile. Mhiimnni wtiiil, S.7, CT9 «t«rt*rt LM p.m.). ft lb st lb ?mn Wheels ? 10 9 Au«m ? 8 9 Iiid.T ? 10 3 Bttuir Epot ? 8 9 Pittol't Ban ? 10 0 .ladestavn ? 8 7 JUBRtralt ? » 12 l'artud ? 8 7 Little Join ? ? 6 tjlrm Belle .... 8 7 Golden Fortune.. ..OS Atbelmar ? 87 Mitt Robbie.. .. .. 9 ' Dcwfalt ? 8 T Sunny King ? 9 :! Blue knight ? 8 7 yuteTi S*^ ? n - f:oiclmbo .' ? ft 7 ' ltoraskf ? S '?'? 1-T.I Hanlutlj ....8 7 \»n.virrir ? S li Al--°l-ua i'«0n .. .. S V I Penfod ? B I'! '-'ir« ?? .' ? S 7 VliVj W.o ? 6 ID »liw Itullul ? s 7 HANDICAP HURIH.E l(ACT:-2 rallei, 3d jardj. (To »tart (' *?'* I11') Ktonr.»« ? ' ' BjboM ? 0 10 rotnmon Kins .. ?? 1= ' l» Walwn .. .. n n Hillhfloirn ? ' - -Kilrni .. ? I 0 6 Mcw.t'bar ? '' '' ^uoual Mower.. .. 0 1 l»*jli. ? ion 'ruri ? :i ,-, K»ul Frrrr.. .'. ..1° ' VVaehnirPtc ? (1 .1 .\-lh-rtnn ? ?- 'I '?'''?? ? ' *- AJccbucklaa ? 3 1- Artcljtoi ? 0 0 CLCD HAND1C.SP, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PICNICS (ON THE BEACHES). [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

PICNICS (ON THE BEACHES). B; ARTTirn CCrTEBMAX in lilt. Oh ! sandwiches of ham and chicken ! What sou! so dead that does not quicken At thought of you — and pies and tarties. And all the joys of picnic parties .' Behold, beneath the leafy bower. The Age of Gold again in Sower ! For here two hearts as one are beating. And there the jjrosser sort are eating. Where green are trees and soft are mosses. Forget the world, its cares and crosses. For all the chapcrones are snoozing. And all the younger folks are twosing. Over the tea-cups at Coogce : She : 'How in the world did you get your self involved in an engagement with that scrawny, ill-tempered Miss Oldgirl ?' . He : 'You fiee, I wasn't on my guard. I got so absorbed in the war, the Referendum, and the coal-minsr:.' rtrikc that I forgot this was leap year. ' It is curious to see the Prussian Guard and Bavarian prisoners working in the vineyards, taking up the weeds between the vines and carrying tie baskets of grapes which an too he...

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

THE BABY BOY. My pa and ma were happy, Their lives were filled with joy. Until the stork arrived one day, And left a baby boy. They should have been delighted At this welcomes! event. But, strange to say, it only served To cause them discontent. «* BCEiiia nicy &pui un pouiics As soon as baby came — They could come to no agreement How to register his name. I never knew my parents Were so opposite in views: But pa would call it William. While mother wants it Hughes. In the Winter Nature stores up ice In lavish quantities. And I'm sure we find it very nice On hot days such as these. II there wasn't any ice to be had. I don't know what we'd do. Our meat would surely all turn bad. And milk and butter, too. But Nature is very, very good To us in many ways. For which I think we mortals should Be grateful all our days. SURF SINGS NOT FOR THEM. A dear old couple were seated on the deck chairs at Manly. They were seventy if a day. She sighed, and fidgetted as the procession of youth ...

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

CONFESSION. rb-uJ£ com' a timc t0 every man When thoughts are pounding at his breast. And when he feels no longer can He live and keep them unexpressed. His heart is o.irful! with care His brain is throbbing, and he must Relate his troi.-t.les then and there To one gooJ fnend that he can trust. We think we keep our secrets welL But none of us can live alone. And each of ui some time must tell To someone else what we hav* Vnnwn To each of ur. there comes a day When, sid with shame or enre or grief. We seek some friend along the way And in confession find relief. A friend to lurn to ? That's the need Of every rn.ir, and woman here; Someone to he.ir us .^.nd to heed. Someone In share our secrets dear. When come), the d.iv the soul demands Its right :n -prerh. and talk we must. We seek the t-iend who understands. The fricn 1 -hat we have learned to trust. There is n- '^rture quite so great As though', we do not dare to share; The soul gr- v* weary with their weight. It fights, li'cc sti...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RAND WICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Ssecials. RANDWICK— Thursday, Several useful gallops were ttcorded on the is 'ma*-pic' gross track. Carine piaccri seven fur- IB longs to her credit in 1 .34. G«i spurted half « I! mile in 53sec, and Kiilhis ran sl« furlongs in I || moderate time, not emended. A steady round | was run by Tartanus. Rocos and Prlnus ac- I counted for sit: furlongs in 1.21 J. N.G.E. went I freely over a like trip. A strong mile was lun I by Sequarious, while Fenirnorc pjl sit fjr- I longs past :.i i .131. ClydciUc spurted, and Vaqucrn registered e::; furlr.nos in l.MJ. Barl dom went stciJiiy over :i ,r iuiionj:. M.ilster Lass rail seven furlongs in 1.^3. a rain horse by Sunny South assisting l-er the first five fur longs-. Taquisar. gol o-.-.r a mile in 1-451. ( Ala:ico spuu:J. The tan came in for usage. First Lesco'. ! iurlonjj less was run hy Lor;! HsrsVi in 1.24. i Khnf put three-quarters of .i mile pas-t in 1.23. j Charlcviilt. The ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOMEN OF ENGLAND WIN FROM THE LAND PRECIPUS AND BOUNTEOUS HARVESTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

THE WOMEN OF ENGLAND .-..?? ? » .1 . — WIN FROM THE LANP PRECIPUS AND BOUNTEOUS HARVESTS By ARTHUR SHARP, in Baily's. Those- soldier men, fighting for King and country the world over, who In times of peace belonged to the countryside- tad its industries, will be glad to know of the noble work their sisters are doing in assisting those left behind to win from the land the precious and boun teous blrvestt which Providence has given Britain this Summer. As we write, scenes are now being witnessed in the harvest fields the like of which have not been seen in some parts for centuries. They recall the days when everybody uied to turn out to gather in the ripened corn. Womenfolk and school children are lidoine the farmers with a voluntary goodwill that shows th: spirit of the old race predominant and determined. True, the Army Council decided to release 27,000 soldiers to assist with the harvest, but it was recognised from the outset that the num ber of soldiers released represented only a...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HACKENSCHMIDT AGAIN SOMETHING DOING: MATCH WITH STECHER [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

HACKENSCHMIDT AGAIN SOMETHING DOING: MATCH WITH STECHER The following cablegram appeartd in a tui jar.o exchange : — ?BERLIN, September 8 (delayed in trans n.ic-.ion). — Baron von Grcll. piopne'.or of th: Har.sa Sa.il .it Hamburg, mu.1 or.e of l!;e best known sportsmen : ?. iJc.nviny. iii in r;:?ip* of .-- letter Irom lie^.-Rej I lacken: chir.iat. firmc. Gneco-Roman wrrsilmg champion of Uuio^e. that the lauer's lej. injuied previous 10 his last match willi Frank Coich in America, is -gi'h: ti-otoughlv recovered, and that he hopca to rcutn in the United 5:nci ihi? fall '.o enm ;ic'c :-{3insl all-conitra tor ca;;!-.-a4-ca-ch-ca:i licnon.' News iViat '.lie r.usiian I.ian i-. a^ji'.i loiniTJC hi:- .ippcj:j:ii-c on the mat i:: ;r.ii »ou;ilr.- wi 1 he received wi-.n ir.i.-.cii ci-.o:ioi:s by th- ?.»r.si- I i:r.^, Mir.-. i«.r. Liener.u rLo.ic nas ..i«-..-j'» ! Go..'h-!i.-i-'i:cr(.chm-dt'r.-.:tcn' which v.-au ht\f. i under 'iie .ni.ipices i-i Jaj!t C-.tiley a: the White i So:: ball pa:'., w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME WARWICK FARM MEETING MAIDEN HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME WARWICK FARM MEETING MAIDEN HANDICAP. A handicap of 73 jor» -rcon-l bane 10 jo-i and third horne * 6 torn iTntn tl)2 prise. V*or all lior?Pfi that hnve never won ? race on the fl:t at the rime n( r.vtins. 0 fur louii. . it lb I ' Mr. .1. UdlaW. b m THE WITITi: WAIF (imp.), *ra ? oo Mr. J. W. Coo'kV hr it nONVK CHANCK, l.T- S 10 Mr. J. A»hle/« br c MOJL, tyzt ? 8 ' Mr. T. St. Slicil's h o AUUIUVANN AC11. .Ivn .... 8 1 Vr. a O. n. l.imb'j h t HOSE OF lllilinKI.O, Syn 7 li Mr. E. F. Wjlkcr'! li e P ATI ALA, l/r» ? ' U Mr. A. C.iJicns br c CONSITKLO, Iro ? 7 J Mr. W. noolh'i br u UlST Tnu'JPCT, iyn ....TO -, Mr. T. K. Sadly1! bit c KING'S Al.E. 3rr» .... 7 0 Mr. 'A. WiUluii.'1' br B I-ICKGT DL'TY, «rra .. 7 1 Mr. W. BonKr'j ch ( ANTONIO MAID. Jjn .. .. 7 9 Uf. S. ritldtr'i br g IUTnOAH, 5}Tl ? 7 9 Mr. W. A. Hom'i b c DAUWSEIXV, tyn .... 7 7 Mr. V. Flclebu's b m Tilt KNOT, iyit ? 7 7 Mr. n. J. Clj.non^ bU c JIO.NTAMS, 3)TJ .. 7 7 Mr. E. A. tlllrj-'n br f MAID OK A...

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

MOTORS, BICYCLES, ETC. VXnUTE tor pmiculin ol our *-.H. iloio. C;cici .nci ' » Turns H«cdc«cnX Lid. ? IlK-nim.T CYlXt.S. £*, £t. *'^. . T. W. lltXIIEH * K-X. l.Yll.. W i'u'filictl. 1\T-;\V nillTON --\i l.KS £S'i:. . ivOi'.K: «.. jM 10. . ±* T. W. llb'.TiKr-if'.'., l.TU., «??- rjrr.:.acl. irirwrVlEM)V.'n5ON. t:TD.* for MMi;nr Vtil. Tytw, ?L 7/6 ; TubKi, 5,'9 ; Worker Tubei 6,. 13 licktt

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEVEN RACES OUT OF EIGHTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

I SEVEN RACES OUT OF EOHTEEN. I Notwithstanding the suggest)™ if Melbourne writers that though we had ser/down a big team it embraced so many modAtes that we were not Iiiely to win msay racd, the V.R.C. carnival has provided owners ad trainers of this State with a fair share of tK plums. Wolaroi. of course, is respoiublc for the biggest proportion with the Dcxb and Linlith gow Stakes, and Pleasant Monrnts for her dual two-year-old success ; wbili Colugo and Thana have also won for New )cuth Wales, and Pah Kins (trained here) for Juecnsland. Riding honors have been faixll well distri buted, though F. Foley (Sydny) and F. Denipsey (Melbourne) lead wit : three wins each. A. Wood has had ttvo Recesses, and those with one each include R. .ewis, W. H. McXachlan, W. Foulsham A J. McFlynn G. Lambert, A. HawKiu, J. Quigley A. Boyd,.A Shanahan, and J.' Sine- Thus Sydney riders have had eight winning mouni, Melbourne riders eight, and one each has goe to an Ade laide and New Zealand rider. j O...

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

SMALL BORE RIFLE NOTES On Thursday evening the team selected to represent this State in the inatch against Sputh Australia, fired a final practice at the Sports Ground range. Twenty-three of the 25 members put in an appearance, and shaped in a manner that suggests that the jBouth Austra lian cracks will need to db solid scoring if they wish to win on Thursday next. No 'possibles'' were registered, but of 79's and 7S's the.-e was no lack, and the average for over 20 scores was 77 out of the h.p.s of M points. T'-.i Martian filly Non.-r, has ro far had an iiT'luckv c.-.rccr. having wo-i four racer, only. ' ' She has. however, becn 1.! ti'nis second, and mil- (nur limcr. unplaced. Her K'.umbHne. hlncfc {', success was Desert Gold, 'n -.vijotu she ran sc.-or.d in every race iu which :l-cy ever met. Mike Gibbons defeated Jack Dillon last week on points. Sec the ??pccial article on this sub ject by W. F. Corbett in The K.-f-rrc this week.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Prophecy of Mayence (1854) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

The Prophecy of Mayence (1S54) (Reprinted frcm The Qut.cn of Nov. 14, 1914.) Whence coir.es the so-called Mayence Pro phecy, and when was it made ? No one Knows. It takes its name from ihe town of Mayence. where it was preserved in a monastery founded by Stc. liildegarcc ; out it cannot wel! be con sidered a icrecry alter the event, as it was published as long ajo ai 1554, and aroused con siderable interest a: once. Very soon, however, people cciscd talking of '.'. in Germany, because it predicted the end of the Hohenzollcrns ; but in Alsace and in Lor raine they repeated it in secret, dreading 1 ic annexation which it foretold for 45 years, ar.il anticipating their final dciivcrar.ee. v. hich ihOLld come in 1916. The terms of this celebrated p:opl:e:y aie so strikingly definite that we give them in full, to enable the reader to observe lor himself its dis- r ? turbing agreement with the facts : 'When the little people of the Oder shall fcol themselves strong enough to shake off the...

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