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No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

ROZELLE ALBION FOOTBALL CLUB, PREMIERS JUVENILE SOCCER COMPETITION 1916. Top row (left to right) : C. Foster (trainer), A. Hewitt ,T. Walker, J. Ross, V. Harvey, H. McLean, G. Knight (trainer). Second row: R. Lord, E. Pont (captain), L. Scranton (M.C.). R. Papps (hon. secretary and treasurer), J. McDonald (vice-president) F. McKew (vice-captain), J. Wallace. Front row: H. Waldergrave, A. Gee. D. Hodges, A. Jones Absent: N. Cunningham. '

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

moo sova.— PRizn money— moo sovs KENSINGTON RACES NEXT SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25 IQlfi AMD WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER « I i-insT n\v_swi:iuv. novi-miikr -, iVr 'ttl-'S '«m '?'-'?? ,™ '?'? ? ''r : ?'?'«' ' us |;nmiiM'''' ?- ??? ''''? ''MMV M TT. SO\EM n.wV,'! '!n Vi' V uT' nn'rp'J-,N';i:V'rEIt »? u.vii, ,' ,;? '?' ?'???.??! 'itr . Kiwaxn-rof IIWI,, ? r ,.C, '''? '''? APPRnVEn bTXKKS , V ,„.- ? ''? - '?'- U.» MASTl* Al\ Iftl \M-!Min|\;'';^ ??''??'? ?' -''? Tlll-liSOAY NEXT, l: ''-???'I 5:.'H.:i;, ]0 cJlK-rcash'^!''' ''''^ ? 1

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

ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE TO-DAY 132 ENTRIES 132. First Race, 2.15 CROWN STREET AND ZETLAND TRAMS ONE MINUTES WALK TO RACECOURSE. .SPECIAL MOTOR AND RUG SERVICE FROM MARKET STREET AND ELIZABETH STREET. H. COBCROFT, SecreUrr. AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB, BENEFIT MEETING— For the Comforts of Soldiers in Liverpool Camp Friday, November 24, 1916. E.VClt'RAGE HANDICAP, -0 rr.v-, 1 milr. S'o bfttrr tfcum 2.23 to mile. Him!tc*pp*;il to trc-t or p-ics c X or better to mile. NOTICE irNUOPPU'.D HANDICAP. 40 lov., 1) mile. -\3t cr teller tn Hie mile. KI.YTNO MII.B HANDICAP. Go tori, 1 mile. IS or tellcj to tiUl*. rnnr.RES»n'i: ii.\nmc.u\ s- *-in, 1} nrite. tss -* |..-::sr in r...lr. i-?;iiorii.i:ii hammcm*. sj un.», ij mile tM « l-ctici in ni.Ic. AUSTRALIAN 'tKOl'TTNG f'T.ITH HANDICAP, 10 OH U rollc. *J.*24 or belter to niiir. * ENTRIES CLOSE ON MCNDAY NEXT ATS i'.M. For further pirtintlaro we prosrasinii'. !0 «x) 11 Imprnil Arcjde. Tboiu S51 Cuj\ M. OQECIlOfT, Sra«t«.'. EIGHT-HOUR NIGHT . CARN...

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

CHATER-LEA '?- -, THE PERFECT MOTOR CYCLE | 8-H.P. SIDE-CAR MODELS ARE DUE TO ARRIVE. ; '? Wo are now booking orders for this world-renowned English machine. ol° ~'l?e tnstanod an uP't0-date Repair Department at our now and commodious : JIOTOR CYCLE AND MOTOR-CAR ACCESSORIES A SPECIALTY. HIGH-GRADE BICYCLES at prices within reach of-all. ALPHONSO BROWN 199B CASTLEREAQH STREET, SYDNEY. ^^^^^^^ XMAS HOLIDAYS NEXT MONTH. ^^^^^^^^^^f Ipl^^ \ Why n°' arrange for a Motor Cycling Trip ? A UELIABLE MOT*)K CYCLE POWER AND COMrOKT .Should be jour Firct /;.ari'lrration. Your Frcon.L THU 1U-H.I1. 'READING STANDARD' Gives Both.' ' . . ,. PRICE ? 92/10/0 f.o.b.. Sydney o-.ir Irrc CitalcsTic .\'o. CO tells ro' all al*'m it. HOOK YOl'tt OKDKK NOW, AMI c;U \R \'H US ' - .' voi n.-r.i.i- ,\ mi:«i;y x\s.\s ;? BENNETT (Si BARKELL, LTD. f lil-IGJ CAsTl.KltK.UJII STIIW.T, KTr-NL'.7,

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

18-FOOTERS' SAILING RACE; TO DAY CI!AMPIOSSIII['-2I KSTII1ES. Klwneni Kl'LGOA and KORKK follow. Iravlnit Sti-pli.'n. st. -J.30. .!ohn-.t. 2.3.',. DarlinK-st. 'A!,, Knrt Maoqusrl.' !20, 3.5 »nd 3.10. oalllntt'CUrR Island, when- raco nui l«! viemvl BUrt to finlnh. Udlre (Id. Ontlrmrii 1/ ALL START TOCCTHER— A FINK SIGHT. EAIILY TIUP TO CLARK 1SLAXD ONLY, 2.S0.

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

ANTHONY HORDERN5' FOR SURFING SUITS MEN'S CANADIAN COSTUMES For QUALITY, FIT and FINISH the OCEAN OUTFITS we feature are the ACME of AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTION ; while the DEMAND for QUIET or less CONSPICUOUS Colorings is answered hereonder. CANADIAN COSTUMES, superior RIBBED FINISH . f^Tl without sleeves, two-piece, KNITTED WOOL and \*~A COTTON. Colors : Navy— Edged with Red, Royal VV or While. Black — Edged with Purple or all Black. J^BB^St^. Sizes : Men's, 5/G ; O.S. Men's, 6/. iSH^HV^/\ CANADIAN COSTUMES, in fine or heavy KNIT, ClJ^ JLl without sleeves, two-piece, knitted, ALL WOOL. '^^eK^^^Kp^^pF Colors : Navy— Edged with Sky, Red, Royal or White ''lifSsS^^^H^^c^- Black— Edged with Purple, or All Black. r^CJj^SBBUSg^' Sizes : Men's, 8/6 ; O.S. Men's, 9/6. J^sBSI^BB^r^'' CANADIAN COSTUMES, Knitted, ALL WOOL (as -^^^SW^E^ above), to fit bigger men. Colors: Navy — Edged ''^fe^nTTA ? with Sky, Royal, or White. Black— Edged with «^. ? \ tj\i |j ~^y-^J Purple, or All Black. f~ Ql X I' f ^...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING VICTORIAN CLUB'S HILL CLIMB [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 18 November 1916

MOTOR CYCLING   VICTORIAN CLUB'S HILL CLIMB By DEDE CARROLL. This afternoon the Victorian Motor-Cycle Club will, after a spell of inactivity, resume competitions by holding a hill climb, open to members, on Wheeler's Hill. There will be four classes. The club has found that it does not pay to remain inactive while the war is on. Some day the various club's in this State will likewise awaken. It is expected, if thr weather permits, that H. A. Parsons, on a 7-h.p. Harley-Davidson will make his record attempt to-day. He has decided not to attempt the mile figures of 35sec (102.8 m.p.h.) held by Jack Booth. He will at- tempt the five, ten, twenty-five, fifty and one hundred miles and 24 hours. Parsons is a very fine rider and xxx probably place most of the recorsd he seeks to his credit. The hardest of the lot will be Erwin G. Baker's 24 hours' of 1X25 miles. J. Quigley, who is only waiting to see what times Parsons puts up to also make an attempt on the same records, will ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KENSINGTON LINKS. The Editor, the Arrow. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

THE KENSINGTON LINKS. The Editor, the Arrow. Sir, — After reading the notes by Tee Tee in Saturday's Arrow. I feel that in justice to my self, I should make a few comments. Tee Tee says he is quite sure that the steward, barman, etc., were not taken into account when calcu lating the up-keep of the ladies' links. w — ???» unit, u^v, 114*. i^ fltVJf lllbU 4.W &JV*.'. ILTC proof that the expenses exceeded our sub scriptions. When doing to, I am positive that he did .include the above mentioned expenses in our share. Of course, what method of ex planation Mr. D'Arcy has now adopted I can not say, but I only stated the facts as they. were given to me by him. Tee Tee cannot un derstand why women are desirous of playing on Saturdays. Many of them have duties which keep them iully. occupied duriug the week, Saturday, afternoon being, therefore, the mos; convenient . time for their recreation. '' I am not speaking only of the women golfers who are working so nobly for their country ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

I When You Travel | Always take some M«w tell's. -???? It's is trusty friend, in needrrthe brandy of Un-. equalled, quality. I Fine Old ,C»gnac . Dates froni.1715 'I -ZmJjgSSjj^^ XMAS HOLIDAYS NEXT MONTH. ,, jJr^MPnW^WBri^air^n Wh? not arrange -for a Motor Cycling Trip ? ; A KEtiABLB JIOT OR CYCLE POWiSitt AND COMFORT : ' EhouH-bc-' your First' Consideration. ' ,', ..'Tour Second. /. ? THE 10-H.P. 'READING STANDARD' ?' oives hoth. ?*:??? PRICE ? '. ? 92/!0/0 f.o.b., Sydney Uir li.r c ,u:oiri'» No. W till* von nil about It 110nl£ VOflt OCDBR ROW, AND GIARA-NTTE ? '.'. ? . ' vofiisr.r.K a liKituv xmas, , . . . BENNETT -a BARKS&Lv IjTD. 12MH CASTUERKAGU STKIXT, SVD.S'Ei'. I '

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIFLE METROP. GRADE MATCHES SECOND ROUND TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

THE RIFLE V ? metrop. tkAM matches : SECONO ROUND TO-DAY By RANGE-FINDER. According to musketry returns, 4558 mem Mrs of Victorian rifle club* arc on active ser. vice. N.S. Wales figures, also. are iiearinc the fifth thousand, so between them tt-e' clubs In the two leading Sutcj Itave provided dose i upon 10,000 coldisrs.. : Mrs. C»rmicbael and other workers for the Comforts Fund of the 3Sth (Rifle Chibn) Bat talion are still hard at it, and lust wee'.: held ? slit afternoon and 'evening at the depot, which, hy the way. har. removed itom the old addrcsj to US Georcc-atrcct West. A few donations for this fund ' continue (o reach the N.R.A. from time to time, although, : A'vmi to the absence of Captain Dakln on mill- ' t«ry duty, it has long since censed to do an. active canvassing. A3 usual, the country club:; are the most responsive. Randwick Institute carried too many guns I f'jr iu old friends of the Newcastle A.N.A. an Saturday, and the visitors' succumbed by 70S i points to 719....

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF NOTES ON SYDNEY AND SUBURBAN LINKS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

GQffi NOftS ON SYDNW AN!) SUBURBAN : LINKS Sy TEE TEE. At Uobroydt, J. M. Edwards (5) in the Bogey Competition, had. a good win with 2 un I Alter starting badly with a 6/ though thi-j figure la ea.ilj, reeistcrcd at the staijl alter halving the next two holes, he wbn the fourth and filth ; outright, halved the next, won the cichth and ? lost the only two holes in the -firat naif, the I turn' *nd '''V1- which gave him a 1 up at the Or the second half, his play was very sound, - ' - ^ u u j — ,u, me oniy nole lost to ; scr.itch bosey beinc the 16th. W. ]. Ligplns ] W was second with 1 up. On the first half ' it was dcudedly brilliant after the first two ! holes, which he lost In 7 and 5. From then ' on he wa:, 3 5 5 3 4 ?» 3, winning the sixth and i seven and ninth outright and losing the. eighth. | He was 2 up at the turn. His play was nothing I like so good on the return journey, for though ' h-=, halved eight and lost the thirteenth, it was chiefly through the aid of his handicap. ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAYERS' PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

PLAYERS' PARTY. A short time ago Douglas Fairbanks save a box party at the Rialto Theatre, N.Y., for the benefit of a number of other screen stars, who were anxious to «ce him in Manhattan Mad ness. Among thc guests were Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, Elsie Jains, Mrs. Jains, and Jesse Lasky with a large party. After Doug, had climbed the sidr of n holts*' hrM un a «:t.Tt»^ coach, whipped up about ten roughs, and per formed a few more soothing little stunts (on the screen), he came out between thc curtains as they dropped over thc screen and the lights [ went up. The audience rose to its feet and j applauded the star vociferously. 'I'm so tired after that picture that I don't know whether I can talk to you,' said he. when he was able . tc make himself heard, 'but I want to thank | you for liking it. This was the picture in : which I got hurt. In the one I'm doing now I've been hurt about 20 times, so I'm hoping it will be 20 times as good as this one.'

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

0$$$k Your Health should be your first Consideration :' v-r ! ^P??!||* FRITZ HOLLAND BOATBUILDINGS, 32 ELIZABETH ST. Tnor.-. Cilr J'XK. BAKER'S STADIUM--.:1;^: To-night at 8.30, International Featherweight Contest PATSY BRANNIGAN v. SID GODFREY I'irt: rreliminarr. ;.ii- Her. O'Vciil -. fiillv Ro.-- ; it-wl prcliniiiiar}-. S.'.-Sun. Oiki'Ioh \. i..-.,rs. O'M*ilrv ; Brit trvout. T.lr,. l-IIICl.-i : 1' (lit-.-.i. .'i . ::' i»»l -/. Next Monday Night at 8.30, Interstate Featherweight Contest TOMMY RYAN v. DART HUNT. Twrntv J!ci:n-I ; nf TlirWMinulfH I-ath. r;r»i tO'O'Jt. T.13 : 10-;ouml 1111UM. S p.m.. SI I) I'KANCNv. I.K-i U'mUKIIS. I'lllcLs : J 'IS-s.j. ?: S: 1.. Stadium 'Pop' and mid-week Tournament, Wednesday Night, 8 p.m. Tiie followine lad* will rtccidi- tli'ir lu-als in ill's 8v, WntJin au.l tar.hcrwelclu iMirnanu'iil :— riyivrlxliH. ? -~tc U°n,«T'ft Knllin: Doc. H: rn-, .. C-.. AM,.'.. iUMiuns : Al White .-. lTa.,1. Mjuwr, lei SU,il»y . . , haw Brfcl.lM.1. l-mi.,nrr.UI,l- : 'I'....

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAPPY IDEA: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

HAPPY IDEA : A fully-equipped nursery, aboundinj; with aolls, rocking-horses, teddy bears, soldiers, and all other nursery accessories dear to thc juve n!|- heart, was installed by Directors C. M. and S. A. Franklin for thc Fine Arts youngster dur ing their stay at Sunland. where the big scenes in the Triangle Fine Arts production. The De ferders. were being staged. When the directors went to Sunland they determined to make the amj I'icu^iiiiL iui nic Kiuuica, so Lite piiiyroorn was set up close to thc big ranch building. Thc children, amongst whom were Carmen Du Rue, I Georce Stone. Violet Radcliffe. Beulah Burns, and Lloyd Pearl, had the time of their young ; and unsophisticated lives on the location, and were under the care of Mrs. Love, mother of dainty little Bessie Love, who is featured in The Defenders. The Franklin brothers declare that the nursery was a splendid investment ; whenever they wanted one of the kiddies, all they had to do was to go to the nursery, where they wer...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP yy~ ''--ST- PEUSON WHO PRESENTS HIMSELF AT THE ARROW OFFICE, 136-138 CASTLEP.EAGH-STREET. AND IS IDENT'FIED AS ONP- OFTHE GROUP. WILL BF PAID ONB SOVERKir.w, T...« rn-r-w 'ECISION IS FINAL; IDENTIFICATION ENTRUSTED TO A MEMBER OF THE ARROW STAFF.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FUN A THREAT TO FOX. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

FILM FUN A THREAT TO FOX. William Fox was;recently the recipient of a letter in the round, unmistakable handwriting of a child, which contained the following ulti matum : 'Dear sir, — Writing you these few words in a kind of way to make you let Henry dTorio. C18 East Ninth-street, New York, be an HCtOr. It von don't wrll^ him in turn tu^olrc you know what will be happening to you. He ??7as to your office yesterday, and they told him r.o he was too small. He's sixteen years old and he's a man know. Hoping that you'll write him at once. I remain. A Friend of His. P.S. Don't you take this for fun.'

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING W. F. Corbett on Coming Events Personal Gossip The Brannigan-Godfrey Difference [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING ?*-» f'~» «— «- «—» «-.-?. .;...-. W. F. Corbett on Coming Events .45 Personal Gossip The Branniga»-Godfrey Difference 7, I P*t5y. B'nnijan-Sid Godfrey clifTircnce t(1I be settled at the Stadium to-nisln. At 'ejst.it is hoped so. Something may occur winch rmsht cause the difference to remain un .tettled. If the opinion of many people who saw the pair box a few weeks ago could be relied upon, the:': would he no difference a: ? It to be threshed out. But there are some persons — considered equally as Kv°d judges as '''« mmwnni: IDC opposite VICV Wt:o VOW that Arthur Scott's verdict for Brannican was correct. These ayes are sin.ill in proportion 10 the noes, but the majority is not always right, despite that it carries the day. Branni srin certainly had the better of the first eiclit rounds in the previous engagement, and thousii ! he lost cronnd afterward?, hr did not, as 1 ! looked at the contest, lose his position as leader ; till the eleventh or the...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEND, NOT END FUTURE OF PICTURES: IMPROVING BRITISH FILMS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

MEND, NOT END FUTURE OF PICTURES: IMPROV ING BRITISH FILMS The cinema has Come to stay, and its count- j less critics should think of mending it rather I than ending it. Such is the opinion of E B. :. Osborn in the Morning Post. It is already'ful- . filling two important functions with a sur- ' prising measure of success. In the first place, it enables you to see what journalists call news instead of merely reading it. The time wi'.l come, no doubt, when you will drop into a picture theatre for a few minutes instead of buying evening papers, and be able to watch your pet politicians making another great speech after lunch, and Surrey's best batsman scoring nineteen in an over, and tile police searching for a clue to the author of the latest horriliic murder — with your own eyts you will sec the row of receptacles containing the ,'anned lc mains of his victim ! It may be—:: irust no — some day— that all this pictorial news will he laid on at your private rcsidenc*. so lllat you and y...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

1 McMlliAN, DEERY & CO., LTD. BPCRTS DEPOT AND TOBACCONISTS, SS CASTLKRKAGH STREET (Opp. Hotel AuitralU). GI6ARS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO, P1FES, ETC. YOIIlt OLD FRIEND, JOE ANDREOLI UAS OFKNED A. COMMODIOUS, LTTO-DATE, 9 TABLE BILLIARD ROOM. ? M- m CASTLUIKAUII SI'.. SVDNKV (.Vrtl Anym anil Itobrrt^u'i anil :-t»r Tirol! Theltrrl. STADIUM. SPFXIAL NOTICE. The Electric Lighting Power i- cnrn.t-,1 ;il lilt- .-TAUIIM l.y OH! OWN' at h.|-. I'lnuoi, i;m;im:. „„.] -m-siijirr-i ami ai.i, kuturk KWAisrMiivrs imi in: cakiiicii cut as advkii ?ri?r:n. Ki.u. i.. iiaki:r.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rugby League [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

Rugby League Footballers will regret to hear of the death of Wilfrid Farnsworth. the youngest brother of the three well-known representative players, William, Vivian, and Roy— all of whom are on active Krvice— and son of William Farnsworth, the clever Newtown cricketer of some years ago. Wilfrid was a bright httic fellow, 12 years of age, well liked by everyone. A little respite : The West Australian Gov ernment has decided to extend the time for the abolition of the bookmaker until after the Christmas and New Year meeting, which ends on January 2. It is an unpleasant novelty to see all the J. C Williamson theatres in Sydne./ closed th.-ough lack of lighting. The New South Wales bowlers in West Aus tralia won two out of three test matches, and ???ill return laden with the honors of the cam pai«n. It is about the only same in which Interstate matches are possible in Australia. Two South African motor cyclists recently undertook, for a wager, to heat the train service ?between Johanne...

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