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FOR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
FOR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES AT f HOME. Don't think that he is slack about writng letters. There is just a chance that he is busy. Don't think that if he writes for a mackintosh a tin of cocoa will do as well. Don't tell him not to smoke too much ; he is sure to. Don't tell him that living in the open must be such a healthy life. Don't ask him how many Huns he has killed and get disappointed if he docs not lie big enough.
Some Little Don'ts [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
Some Little Don'ts The following Don'ts for officer! and their friends have been compiled by Ensign in The Outlook : — Don't think when you join that because you have been a successful stock-jobber you are going to win the war. Don't think the first tirr.e you co on parade that the whole battalion are looking at the fit of your breeches ; they are thinking about din ners. Don't think that soldiering in England con sists in taking flappers out to tea. You are a wonderful young fellah, but you might pick up something on the parade ground. \ , : Don't think that walking about the top of the trench unnecessarily shows that you are a brave man ; it shows you are a damned fool. Don't forget to lie down if they turn a machine-gun on you ; it is better to be dirty _ _ than dead. Don't forget that a joke or two is worth a ton of medical comforts. Don't be afraid of overeating yourself. ! Don't be a teetotaller.
Say "Squirrel" [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
Say 'Squirrel' Mr. J. J. Murphy, an American decorative! artist, who has been living lor some years m England, stated on his arrival in New Ycrk in. September that he was saved from imprison ment as a spy by the one word squirrel. Ho . was on his way to Ireland, and was arrested at Holyhcad. An officer gave the order : 'Say 'Squirrel.' '? Mr. Murphy did so, and was at once re 'A German.' explained the officer afterwards, 'can't say the word — he loses it down hi» throat. You 'id it like an Englishman.'
WAR WHIFFS Truth Stranger than Fiction [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
[?] By THE CYNIC. Truth Stranger than Fiction General Korniloff, formerly commanding the 48th Russian Division, escaped from the pri soners' camp in Austria, and arrived in Bucha rest after a month of adventure. He walked by night across Hungary, frequently having nothing to eat for days. A large reward was offered for bis recapture, but eventually be reached the Rumanian frontier.
SAILING SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON'S CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
SAILING m ? SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON'S CHAMPIONSHIP By TOM CRINGLE. This afternoon ? welcome change will take place in the course used by the 18-footers. As the Sydney, Flying Squadron are holding their annual club race to decide the club champion ship, the long course will be used. The course will be from Clark Island, round the light off Sow and Pigs, and back to the starting-point, via Shark Island, finishing over the triangle. The present holder of the title is Messrs. Ravell Bros.' Kismet. Great interest is being shown in the event, for which £45 has been allotted, divided a5 follows : — £20 to winner in addition to the champion pennant ; second £10, third £6, fourth £4. fifth 13, and sixth £2. The Bna.UUa nul^Wrt dim x^uiwt imvc Utdl 1I111.U iw follow the event as advertised. A apecial trip : will be made to Clark Island, leaving Fort ' Macquarie at 2.20 p.m. j Entrants and skippers are: — Australian (Chris Webb), Kismet (W. Dunn), Onda (J. M. Firth), Scot (J. Smith), Acme (W. J...
SUNDAY AT FRENCH'S FOREST [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
SUNDAY AT FRENCH'S FORF.ST . Cyclists' Union members who assisted at the building of a cottage for s returned soldier at French's Forest on Saturday and Sunday last were:— A. Craig. S. Burtjnshaw, C. C. Hooper, G. Lee, A. Greenwood, Ted Pearson G. West. A. Burton, F. Kaltcnbach, and Theo O'Halloran. They went down on Saturday and camped the night Ted Pearson has finished the well on hi-. Nearly all the weatherboards on the cottage arc now up. Charlie Hooper had another accident He fell and broke six eggs. Cn the journey out, through a passenger oti the lorry falling and breaking his leg, necessi tating his return to tha hospital, the cyclists ijcrc compelled to walk six miles.
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
TURF GOSSIP r., . -J' :Jv ' By THE SCOUT. ?''' Aiutralfa ?3'Pe hag becn sh'PP«l t0 West 1* ? &?? K hPS,'' vh° '.?* runr.er-up to The Toff in W '???' 5 t »f New z««»'and D«by and the G. G. «.?: Stead. Memorial Stakes, i, by All Black from ?J.i. £U,r.fr'UB' and th«cf°' a full-brother to Desert iV Referring to the cj^sstisn th.-.t the steam roller should be nut on the Klemi, :-:?.,?., iHd, I. Mr. L. K. S. Mackinnoii saiil tli.it c:.pc i opinion ?was that the steam roller ini-;i.i cis-ly bs cot °? '°,,thc track, but t- ?? t i; i.^l- tjkt a team of bullocks to get it oiT. £.'; Jockey E. Air.svr.rili pv.t nP n r:=O'J pcrior «.;; mancc at the meetins of the Gladstone and H.y Lower Macleay Jocl:ev C!;ib on Monday laut W. ^hci!,he rod= th= who!= five winners. Denila #' this programme were given in the Kdcrcc H. on Wednesday. fi In conversation recently with a V/ellincton H wnter. T. Ouinliv.m stated that it wat intendrd ft. to convert BlacLall into a hurdler, and he would j be taken ...
AMATEUR HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
AMATEUR HANDICAPS. The following handicaps have been declared I for the- amateur events at the Eight Hours' I night sports on November 28, the distances I being half a mile and one mile: — G. A. Halpin scr: C. C. Hooper. 5yds and 10yds; W B Stevens, A. A. Patrick, 15 and 30; C. W I.owden, 20 and 40; H. H. Horton, R W Webber. 25 arrd 50; J. Kerr, 40 and 80: W ]'. C. Walker, A. Walker, 45 and 90: A. E. Kannen. A. R. Cross, 50 and 100; F. Kalten bacli, N. Hind, W. Xobinson, R. F. Ayres. 60 and 120; W. G. Cooke. H. P. Summers. 70 nnd 140; C. N. Hansen. 75 and 150; M. Roller, A. McGlinchey. 85 and 170; J. W. A. Turner, 90 and 180; R. F. Lowe. A. Dunn. 95 and 190: J. 'M. R. O'Brien, 100 and 200; A. G. Mellor. 110 and 220. The Merewether Bicycle Club's motor and cycling carnival in aid of the Newcastle Hos pital wil take place ne::t month. Three handi caps and a scratch race and a special motor psced match race between Ben Baglee. of Mere wether, and W. Death, of Tighc's Hiil, will be j de...
NIGHT TRACK RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
NIGHT TRACK RACING. I There was a fair muster of riders and en thusiastic followers of the sport on Wednct t'.r.y evening, when the Central Cumberland (Le.inuc) and Marrickvillc (Amateur) Clubs each decided a couple of events at the Sports Ground. Fields were large for the Cumberland's mile handicap, necessitating two heals and a final. I-'. Kennedy (130) annexed the first heat by a wheel witn H. E. Colcman (110) and T. C. Parker (95) in the pluces. E. Tamme (25), the Victorian road champion, showed a good turn of speed, in the second, and was too good for A. J. Davics (25), and L. Crook (10) in the sprint home, winning by inches. The final was a fine race. The back men overhauled the longmarkers in the last lap, and, in a great sprint to the judges, Lcs Crook (10), who is rapidly recovering his old-time form, scored by a foot from Tamme (25). and Kennedy (130). The time— 2mins Usecs— was good, as the riders had a stiff cold breeze to contend with. J. N. Doody, who is having more th...
L. H. HEWITT IN NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCES IN ENGLAND AND ON THE CONTINENT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
L. H. HEWITT IN NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCES IN ENGLAND AND ON THE CONTINENT (From the Weekly Press.) L. H. Hewitt has returned lo Riccarton alter an absence oi ten years from the land where his horsemanship w.an him the first place among jockos of his time, says the Weekly ' Prco. Hewitt served a slrenuous-apprenticeship | to his chosen calling but he always had, and s.ill retains, an inexhaustible fund of energy and keen intelligence, that soon enable i.im lo make good1 as a jockc.'. It was in association ' with the late Mr. Gcorec U. Stead that Hewitt i found ms oaportuniy, and under the guidance ; Irofc-io r05': t0 a Prcr'il;' I'lacc in hio ' lively New Zealand sportsman remembers; inc ?'?ncmorAole ra:in& tnn.- h vu '!/??» M.- r: »«-,-.. - 'G. Stead .cm 1:1= prJat team of horwV. includ ing the brilliant Noc:i:itnrm. Sun God. and ! lsult, across on ihcir triumphant invasion of : Australia at the Uandwkk Spring Carnival of I 1905. AlthojEh previous to that Hewitt had I visaed A...
GRAPTING THE "TOTE." [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
GRAFTING THE 'TOTE.' Although an instruction was issued to racing clubs from the New Zealand Racing Conference re the strict adherence to the 'toto' closing rule (says the Auckland Star), several clubs have entirely ignored these, and the grafting of the machine is still being resorted to. At Mastcrton things were reported to be very bad, and now comes word that the conditions at the Poverty Bay Meeting were considerably oVcr the limit. On both days the last race did' not start until long after the appointed time, and it will be interesting to note if any nftlnn is taken in this resDect. It is a matter of common knowledge in racing circles that the Minister of Internal Affairs and the executive of the Racing Cpnferencc are in accord rc f.ardiPR the abuse, and the paid officials of the l-crdinK the abur.e, and rightly su, for they have latter body have becn. I understand, specially instructed to report oil cases that come under their notice, and it is a certainty that both the club3 ...
FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGINE. Discussion often turns on the subject of 'hi future development of the r.-.otor-cyclc engine, and we have *-n more than obe occasion heard '.he opinion expressed that the tingle-cylinder type is bound to disappear in course of tixe. The rr.ir'ch of events, it is asserted, is in the direction of ruling out the single as compared with the mulii-cylindcr type. anc\ .13 has hap pened in car practice, the demand of the future vriil be for twin and four-cylinder engines al most cntirelv. It mav be that there is some truth in this ccntenticn, but we must confess It. .1 disbelief in it. and. moreover. :o a s rong :onvictirn that while the rrotor-cycle r;:r.ain.- ir. anything like its present status the single will always be with us. Agreed that motor-cycle prac'ice has on pre Tioi.s occasions taken its cue from car desi-n. j aid agreed, also, that this procedure has p.-ovei o? beneSt, bi-.t ia the special circumstances \ which govrrn the production and u-e of ;...
GENERAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
GENERAL NOTES. The Reading-Standard Company CL'.ri A.) i» an up-10-datc concern. Immediately il v.-ai advised by its Australian agents (Mcs:rs. Ben nett and Barkcll. Ltd.). that the !:iclr-star:cr. when fitted on the lefl-hand side of the inachme. was unsuitable for Australian conditions, it re designed it. All machines coming to Awt-Mia now have the kick-starter on the ri-:ht-han-j sid: just like up-to-date English machines. The Victorian Molcr-Cyclc Club i5 arranging V for run:; in side-cars for returned soldiers. V A step in the right direction. ' -?} The motor-cycle limousine bar. rr.ade iti appearance on the streets of New York. and. true to its locals (« ,1 Yankee p^pcr put* it). duty for a fl'iCiy little aurcs-Twho at tile present moment is an understudy to Miss Mary Pick ford, of motion pictuic f.nne. The limousine comprises a rear-c.-.r combination, to which a convertible enclosir.R top lias been fitted m thi-Id the little lady fro:r. the elements. Thr ' . tip '« by no mean...
BASEBALL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
BASEBALL By SAFE. The meeting of Waverley and the Red Sox at Lcichhardt Oval to-day should be, well worth travelling a long way to see, the teams being about equal in strength, possessin' * maionty of experienced players, and a sprinV.Uns oi nr« blood. ? Petersham, on form, should have no difficulty in accounting for St. George at Marrickville Oval, but the Illav/arra brigade have in the past played their best games against the Blue and Reds. The latter have yet to taste defeat- this siaeon, and nobody will begrudge the Slints a win. Sydney unexpectedly put up a great battle against the Oceansidcrs last Saturday. In the two early cessions Waverley knocked up five runs, and held the op;ositiou down to nought. In the third the Maroons scored a single, and in the following innings furnished a surprise by pounding the pill all over the diamond to the extent of five runs, gaining a lead of one. The Greys, not to be denied, ca;r.c with t*o in ihi mid-session, which were too many for the M...
NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE. FIRST GRADE FIXTURES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
National baseball league. finST GRADi: FIXTL'nES TO-DAV. Prtershim v. St. Ororgc. it Marrickville. p. Wjrtm. Wavi-rlpv v Lcichharl:. .it Uknlurdt O.al. V. c. .'. Kcllr.' SECONT) ORADF..— Iiiora v. Sydney, at I.firhhaHt Oval, early, K. Lambert ; Mick Simmoiu v. Ltichhintt, .it Sporta firoirad. l»tr. L. It. flnihiiin. TinltD nRADi:.-l;l.i«niTti Junior* v. I.rvi.-lum Junior.. »t '.Jarrirkville- ''al. iar!y, It. -lani. : Wji-oriiy \. Spri Tvcil lit Srin- tJpiilli-i. ??art-.. I.. II. llwflrini: VM.C \. v Wiivcrl.'- .H:n«c-r-. .it iViii-i.riial P..-', Nr. I. Ut-. 3. ' : TJjrdy. Kiiira v. M. lionre.-.' :it 11-cK-UI-. ?'. Wllli:inii. ?,-' |',
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
ATHLETICS t ? B. R. WISE, ATHLETE In this country we k.iow B. R. Wise u «ndle,h cy c«e°k.,,*d .P'!''C :nin- ln E°* athleic When he died soir.c iitilc time back J nu.-.iber ol article* appreciative of his tears on i.,e running tuck speared in the London 1-re.ss.. in one oi meie the Sporting Lii« ir..i,:e4 sciie vc.-y inieicstin: rc.narks, in dcuiil |iis incidents of his career, when he was in hia prune. '!.lr. Wise was corn in Sydney. New South v/alci. on i-ebiuary 10. iSio. bc.ng the *ecoad nun o« ...r. justice \.:se. He w« educated Co. ege. Cciiord. tie entered the lower school ?it KuijDy in 1870. but although he ran in the school steeplechases, it was not until 18/S that he oiu anything out of the common. Then he developed hrst-class form, and in 1876 us ran iecond to K. S. Benson in the Crick run, when the leader put up a best on record lfar 16rrin. In 1877 he won the mile in 4min 44scc. time seldom beaten at Rugby, and also took the half-mile and half-mile hurdles. ? 'With one e...
SWIMMING THE ASSOCIATION'S PUNCH: LADIES WELL UNDERWAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
SWIMMING THE ASSOCIATION'S PUNCH: LADIES WELL UNDERWAY Vy W. F. CORBE.TT. There is yet no punch in the swimming sea son, nor the merest suggestion of punch. The ! trouble is, to some extent, the Antarctic weather prevailing, but the fact that the Association still ] remains down through the effects of that | weighty wallop it received when the house was ' counted out on the date fixed for the annual I general meeting, is primarily the cause, iris j the sponge been thrown up ? Has all the en- I thuslasm of the heads of the pastime abated ? I Rouse yourselves, Messrs. E. S. Marks, Jim Taylor and Co. What has become of the nee- i retary ? i The Ladies Strong The ladies are going to hold the stage mostly this season. They are already doing things which promise to make for a series of big suc cessful splashes. At a meeting of the commit tee of the New South Wales Ladies' Amateur Swimming Association, held in the board-room of the Sunday Times and Referee Newspaper Co., all officials for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916
E- TIVOLI THEATRE Sr ^^ GOVERNING DIRECTOR : HUGH D. McINTOSIL ss TIVOLI FOLLIES ^srsa VERA PEARCE ? JACK CANNOT WALTER WEEMS GEORGE WELCH THELMA RAYE BILLY REGO DAISY AND SYDNEY YATES. JOILV QnNt.AJi. TEAT. .IRAN KFrrn, MOLI.IE MAGUmE HAYDER'S MAHIOXETTES. SVTNOIT, AHTO1S Ul.O. MUSICAL mVEJG. Plan : Nicholson's nnd Tivoli. ? Phone : 9924 for Reaerres. OPENING MONDAY. NOVEMBER 27. THE PASSING SHOW, 1916-17.