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BERNHARDT IN AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

BERNHARDT IN AMERICA Sarah Bernhardt is to play Shylock in The Merchant of Venice during her .engagement in New York. It will be her first appearance in the role. It is said that her decision to play the moneylender was prompted by a desire to make her American audience forget her pos session of a wooden leg and see the artist and her characterisation instead. The role of Shy lock permits her this advantage since the character is required to wear a long, flowing robe which entirely conceals the limbs. Mme. Bernhardt will open her American sea son in Pittsburgh, under the direction of Wil liam F. Connor, her American managen Fol lowing visits to other leading cities she will play an indefinite engagement in New York, ap pearing in addition to The Merchant of Venice in a series of one-act plays and scenes from her greatest successes. In the list are : Hecube, by Maurice Bernhardt and Rene Chavance; The Burnt Offering, by the actress herself: The In terrupted Dinner, by Paul Bertnay; T...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING AT CANTERBURY TO-DAY LIKELY RUNNERS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

RACING AT CANTERBURY TO-DAY LIKELY RUNNERS DISCUSSED. To-day, after a spell of a fortniuht, horses will be in action at Canterbury. It is unusual for owners and trainers to have to wait two whole weeks without a chance of earning oats' money: but in such lamentable times as induced by coal strikes, unusual things are likely to happen in horse racing as well as other pursuits. Warwick Farm has already suffcrc.l through the loss of its day, and though Canterbury is not quite in the same boat — there are vari ous ways of reaching this course, which is not far from the main suburban line — the at tendance is almost sure to be affected by the absence of special trains. Unless scratching* are particularly numerous. the fields look like being above the recent suburban average, and several horses who have not been out for some time will no doubt ap pear. The six furlongs Maiden, as usual, is well patronised, although it will probably be con tested by some number under the 25 which compels a...

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

THE MAIN OBJECTION. Mr. J. T. Grein. the well-known London | dramatic critic, adds his testimony in support of Gen. Smith-Dorricn's campaign against stage indecency in the Weekly Dispatch. 'Now I am neither a saint nor a whited sepulchre,' he says, 'but I strongly hold that besides the dangers of a lifelong taint, of financial ruin, and other possibilities, there is against inaccent productions me main odjcc lion that they despoil youth of its ideals and delusions. That which belongs to the alcove should never be betrayed in public. Let me tell you an episode which more elo quently than argument will illustrate what I mean. Just before the war I was in Paris at a music-hall, where I met an old friend from London who has three boys, all fightinE for their country now; they were at' that time between the ages of eighteen and twenty-one. In the revue produced there was a bevy of more or less undressed ladies, and one of them, especially advertised, was undraped be yond the waist, displ...

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

Veristppicfteps By CISEAUX. It is about time the general public in Aiii tralia organised a union. The menace to the Empire lies not in casu alties, but in empty cradle*. They were walking alone Castlereauh-s'reel, not far from the Arrow office, when this con versation was heard : Brown: 'I though they were going to put -1 fmtai^r in tHJe ttrcrt '' Jones : 'They are. They'll begin excavating just as soon as the asphalt is laid.' ?If we have anything to thank the Kaiser for it is that he has brought us as workers more closely toiethcr,' said Mr. John Hodge, M.P., recently in England, where they ar: working as one man, the Ramsay-Macdonaid notwithstanding. Australia ir. in ?.'ie pitiaile pli:;ht of bein^ unable to say ditto brother. The stories of the wav 'hrse British 'tm/t-.' go over shell-craters and trench -r. will fill -.vi/n envy the heart of every motor:it who has tried to travel unirr.jTOvH New S.mtli -'i'e* higli v .ivs, or, better rti!. ahn; 'he ro-.- nj ores ol Sydney and ?i...

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

OFFICER PLAYWRIGHT. M. Francois de Croisset, author of The Hawk, which is now running at the Royalty Theatre (London), has been promoted to the rank of lieutenant in the French Army. He joined at the commencement of the war, anc was wounded at the Battle of the Aisne. ant again recently. He has been mentioned in despatches.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LETTER FROM HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

A LETTER FROM HOME. A correspondent sends the following verses to the Westralian Worker with a note stating that they were written by a young timber worker from the Mundijong Yard. They carrv an appeal to everyone who has a friend at the front : When you are looking tired and weary. And you feel you can't be cheery. And from your dirty trenches you can't run. There's a sight to stir your heart, And it makes all care depart — A letter from the dear old folks at home.' It may be from a brother, Or a Krey-haired, kind, old mother. Or a sweetheart fond and true, Who sends a line or two; But it sets you at your ease. That sweet message o'er the seas'. But it gives your heart a wrench When the mail is given out, And you find, without a doubt. You are the only one forgotten in the trench. In your throat a lump will rise. And the tears come in your eyes — You wonder why on earth they failed to write. Pte. C. F. McKAY. Somewhere in France. 'The arrival of the motor.' states -n English writer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT SYDNEY SHOW THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

[?] THEATRICAL TIT-BITS December 4. rj ? At the Ttvoli Theatre. . Edjj Hutchison' » try-oat. F*ssing.Sb.ow 1916-1517 opens up. Ncwpuoduccr threatens to open the eyes and startle the- can of the audience. Rather postponement 'rora next Monday. duetto, coal strike. Kor*the new show 4O,OOO-C5j(jlc power lights lojultul. Present substitute generates only 10,000. Hence the delay. A' icview of merely the leading names of the new company in warrant for high hopes. ' Here they are : Sydney James, Madeline Rns Mtav-Cardo and Noll, Connie Milne, Vaude and Verne, Georfie Graystone. Winifred Leviere, Bilfie Le Bnm, Gwen Lewis, Eileen Cottey, W. G. Desmond, Kelso Henderson. This is what they used to dub a 'galaxy of talent' on the old circus bills. itt»» night will introduce the players for themselves. Meantime, here are a few yarns jrtjoat-thc doings of just a few of them. JCiss ?Madeline Rossiter, the versatile member nf the Passing Show, can claim to have been practically born in the business...

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

PATHS OF GOLD. The old ways are the gold ways That thread the perfumed past; 'Neath blue skies and true skies With not a cloud o'ercast — The olden, golden few ways That last. The netv ways are the do ways That hurry action on 'Neath fad skies and mad skies With features garish wan — The hurry, worry, sad ways Soon gone. We Ions for and throng i'or A million fleeting things. We sigh for and cry for A moment while it Ring* — We long and throng and Jic lit Its wings. We fashion from our passion For money, fun or fame. Profusions and confusions That end in silly shame Then curse the wild illusions That came. Yet often when skies soften To musing in the west Come dreams of old streams love With gold has richly dressed— Youth leaps again with themes love Has blessed. The old way» are gold ways That thread the perfumed past . 'Neath blues skies and true skietfl' With not a cloud o'ercast — The olden golden few ways That last. — Sana: Cit; Journal.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS FITNESS, AND HOW TO KEEP FIT: WAR'S INFLUENCE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

ATHLETICS FITNESS, AND HOW TO KEEP I'ITt WAR'S INFLUENCE A: no time has the man who takes an interest' in outdoor recreation and the benefits to I'c derived therefrom, been better able to poin'. to living illustrations of theic advantascs than ha;-, been the case durins the ptrifU of tl-.c war (writes Strephon in the Athletic Ne-vs). Prior to Ausust. J9U. I am afraid the average civilian did not piy a great deal of heed to the piivs-r.-il fitrejn of our bolditrii. If lie were : nTKfr. or one of ;h*t rjiik and file, he iH-rr : iiossibiv remark i-pon the latter's apparent ?rell- i lieiiu whenever lie encountered him ; he rpigiit fay to r.omc mum.-il friend : 'I m=t Z ? ;o-dav. ' Me cioei look well. A «oMler':i life items to r';ree with tlitt fellow.' r.he mutual fr-en.I 1 v.-'nuld prob«bly illlef the l»;oric remark : '1j I i.-.ar 50 ;' And the malUr would be dropped. When million* of men have gone in'o tnin inj, when one's younR kinsmen have barkened lo the call of arms, attention ir,...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET AND CRICKETERS Not Out on Items of the Hour [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

[?] : ? Not Out on Items of the Hour : ; What a striking contract was -.he serins on the list two Saturdays : You cannot account tor this by attributing it to anv marked differ ence in the wickets, even if rain did pelt down , on Friday night and Saturday inorninR. By nome strange chance the belter batting combinations ooerated un the lirst day, -and j Ihe weaker' onto on, the second day. Thai, I think, is' the best reason for the queer .change Waverley mode a very moderate fisht for tl-.c runs set them by Balmain. aVil went down rather badly, seeing that they di-1 noi have a big total to get. J. Ward, who ran in (he GO' a, i ir to be congratulated on hjs success where men o£ bigger reputations failed to trouble the ?corern. ' Of all the team* whKh batted la*', week against the runs let them by. their opponents, ? about the best work was done by Middle Har bor. No one batsman did anything outstand ing, but every man on the side was able to do something, and most of them sot double i...

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

The New Issue of i . THE GLOBE I j . Brightest Penny Illustrated $ ? Paper.' j ] SPECIAL ARTICLES {. I Of Australian Interest. I I EXCLUSIVE WAR PICTURES, j ! Every Monday. Of all Agents ] j and Booksellers. ? ] THE GLOBE. ONE PENNY. |

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

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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Paper Political News of the Hour To-night's Boxing, by W. F. Corbett

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING WILL CONCLUDE TO-DAY Big Fields at Canterbury Some of the Possibilities GOSSIP ON LAST DAY OF V.R.C. FEW INTERSTATE HORSES REMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

V.R.C. SPRING MEETING WILL CONCLUDE TODAY Big Fields at Canterbury By Tulkeroo Some of the Possibilities GOSSIP ON LAST DAY OF V.R.C. FEW INTERSTATE HORSES REMAIN. To-day will see the conclusion of the V.R.C. Spring carnival, and the fact that it has been so belated will rob the last day of a good deal of interest. This applies particularly to Interstate com petitors, most of whom have left Melbourne. However there are still half a dozen Or so there, and it is quite possible somo of them will prevent the home brigade from taking all the plums to-day. On form the Batman Stakes (for threeyear olds) seemed likely to be won by a Sydney representative, and thus give one of two trainers who have so far gone through the campaign without a win his initial success. They were H. J. Robinson (Mehi King) nnd J. Burton (Eastcourt), but the former's defec tion leaves the race, on paper, a fairly good thine for Mr. Seaton's colt, notwithstanding Stageland's win in the Bendigo Cup on Wed nesday. Th...

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

Tuemfafrrinks By JOHN DF.AYTON. Cabled : 'The enemy suddenly launched CtronE jests of gas.' Not laughing gas, either. The great strike 'iocs not mean a great thin,!. There is no fear of » beer ahortnge in N.S.W., at »ny rate. . Suggested epitaph : f 'He put ms liver out oi l°\^ i z By cortctins his embonpoint.' ' The alleged scarcity of paper is not likely to lave any perceptible effect on the output of campaign literature. One of the deplorable facts of the present political and social condition is that the public cannot go on strike. A correspondent asks is it lawful for a man to marry his widow's niece ? If it were lawful, .would it be possible ? For the information of politicians — and others : A fisherman has to own a pair of good cars to locate oysters by sound. Unless President Wilson soon sends a Note to somebody, the world outside will think America has grown too proud to write. The latest complaint of Germany is that she la misunderstood. Not her fault, cither. She has end...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING PARSONS AND THE RECORDS COLLISION WITH SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

MOTpk VY&LlhJG PARSONS AND XHZ RECORDS ; , COLLISION Wa;H SHBEP: 3y dGDE CARROLL. ? ? ;-Ye''-«riovi-n Victoria racing motor cyclist, H, A.- Parsons, last werl: nude an at tempt at Mortlakc on. E. Baker's (U.S.A.) 24 hours motor c*cle record oF' 1027' milej, ps tablMhed. *ii. the jfamc' cour»e; lau January,. After traveling' 305 'mile., in 3S7^ilputca. Par sons struck 1031c n(ray sheep and smashed .his machine, resulting in hij having to abandon nts nac. -/vnen -h= met with hl« accident I Parcuns wjs travelling .it a speed of S4 ?mijes I an hour, and;tho/impatt. with' the shedp was I so sreat that ht-SAit one of tHcm in two, altnoM i an slranlj- as if ,t: butcher i-.leavtr 'ha'd been in dpcratlon. Parjonn was Vhrov;n' nearly ' 100 I feet, and escaped' with hardly a scratch. I Parsons declare* that when he fell he 'spun 1 like * top for five ininjtrs.' and that it ?*«„ I the Crcat pace he was travellint at that srv-cd i him, P»r»oni started for the record for two round* of the...

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

ON ACfcOUNT OF COAL STRIKE, ?; S.8. GOSFORD ' , TTill ronrry r^VKcr* !n ?' vmvrortT ox st xn.w. '-'e-\ ! /rum 1VQY vroy, (jcisronii. /.m. . r ^. rJ HTWUrjiSO' smi CII.-.W, City lTi'.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

700 SOVS. PRIZE-MONEY ASCOT RACES WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1916. WELTER HANllRAI'. MO to-... i fur'lotii:! Lo»,s: wtlgbt. &-t. H.l HANDICAP, 100 sorj. 0 iur1onir- S1AIDKN HANDICAP, 100 sov». 1 nirlonn I'M'l.VO HANDICAP. lOOsov*. 7 furloiUT. 1 1.0 HANDICAP, 11*1 w.s. i furlon-s H.2 HANDICAP, 10U fovs. i furlcn^ ASCtrr IIANUH'AP. Vfi ,ov». 1 tnilo 1 fuiiout: 50 -n,|. NOMINATION'S O«ise S p.m. TIII'KSDAV -Vi:.\T. XOVKMHKlt 'M, 1910. WKICHTS will apimir 011 or Wlore SATTIIDAV, I-i:CI!UUKR L', ]MI0. 1'or lurlbor |urticulan ice pri-gniiiiii-*. I. t'NDglllHLL, Sf.-. ri-imont Buildinr, I.'. CMtlere-:li':tm-t. ? ? 700 SOVS PRIZE MONEY. rosebery' races VICTORIA PARK'rACECOURSE NEp SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2. MAIDKN HANDICAP. !'?) Mi'., .'. i'lilon^. rLYINK HANDICAV. Wi mi-, -'? f-.i:..:is«. ll.t HANDICAP, l'-i ?«!!. I! f^iiior.-.-... i:.\toi:i:ai;k stak; ?'? havdicm1. i-' '?? . ?'?; furi'-nT'. IIOHKHKIIV IIANDIi'A!'. ]«?.' ??'. 1 m::-'. M.-J IIAXIIIC'AP, )(«- ,0'-. « f'ir:on-.-i. APPllOVI'll ...

Publication Title: Arrow
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TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

TaWW ° ' [?] The Country Carnival and i'eaclijrb' Tour namem will be held at the A-J'.iociatioii'-: Double Day courts on and fror.i J.nuiry o anU J The Country Carnival proirli.ime is .1* fol- j lows : — Teams' mutchci : Teams (minimum . four) reDtesentinE countrv towns and districts: : . entrance, £1 per men's teams, 16' per ladie..' I teams. Scratch events, open to all country . playem : . MerTi country open Mn;IcJ an.l j doubles, ladies' country open singles ani doubles. Special event!) for teachers bf art/ I recozmeed echolaatic instlnr.-.on. whether In ! n:ctropoUs or. country : Teachere' open rinK-;J and doubles (men), teachers' open singles and doubles (ladico). Handicap events, open to all teacher* and cotmtry player*, and in addition to metropplitan playero who a/e membcra ol I an affiliated club : Men's ainc'ei, men's doubles, ? ladies' sinj'.ea, ladies' doubles, rnited doubles. j Special junior erent : Junior open single? (for boys under 18 years). . , Pmrticulars regardi...

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

[?] &JW?Corbeltq Georee Howe is dead; he died early on Wed ncBtlay mornini; at a private hospital. His £11 JicFr. beB.-:n si.-: week, nCo. Two weeks back lie was operated upon far in internal growth, and siibjetiKenlly i-rprarcd 10 te improving lh= mnht bef.ire liis p.i^inj away Mrs. Howe ^visited iiiii-., and left MtirfieJ that he was on tile mrnil- Th»» r*««it'^ «-( I.™- 1....1. _«.)?_ .1..1L was consequently a Krcalcr shock than it misht oiJierwise have been. The deceased bowler had paired hr. 69lh year. For many years Mr. Howe was prominent as a roller of the wooib. and in the municipal life of RedfcTii. H: filied the mayoral chair of that boronsh throughout one tt-.rm, and sat as an aldemnn for 23 yc.Tr.i. Three time3 did Mr. Howe stand for Parliament without success. On each occasion he opposed too strong a rnan in the person of the Honorable Jnmcs McGowen. Against anybody else he would certainly hare achieved his ambition. Mr. Ifowe did much for Rcdfern in many v.-ays...

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