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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

This is the time ?h .? . v-f -* ?.=-,-. )--.A ,.- .. to alsk for it ! - . -' ^ Gbbls and tones one ..;. :- i-w .? up agamst the ? ' : ' neat of the day. r v.r ... Light and Sparkling — aids digestion. Keep a supply on the ice ? = — in your own Home

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VALUE OF THE OLD BALL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

THE VALUE OF THE OLD' BALL The war has brought forth a few-problems of Kolf to solve, some aftccting the finances of clubs in war countries, and some affecting other mat ;crs. Here is a sample of the latter kind of problem : 'Before the war a majority of ball manufac turing firms in England allowed sixpence on every old two-shilling or half-crown ball of V.icir own particular make which was returned to the retailor when a new ball of the same brand v.;,s purchased. In short, the half-crown :.rt-c!c v as reduced to two shillings if you had a batteird bull of identical manufacture to re li-rn at the tjmc of the purchase. In man/ c^cs the inner part of the discarded ball wai i;;ilired tor th: purpose of a re-mndc (an old tore with a new cover) sold in the shops at a sl-.illinc oath, but the idea of offering the at.. Iowance was (writes R. E. Howard in The Sportsman) not so much to secure the use, of the core again— often it was hacked to death— as to promote a continuity o! custom and ...

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

'McNAMARA' DAY 'Yesterday,' states an, American journal. ^a» the Newark Velodrome, was termed the 'Mc Namara Day' and when the races for the day had finished there was no doubt that the day was a trnly McNamara day. The strong Australian was presented with a handsome watch and fob by members of the Knights of Columbus, of which he is a member, and then dolled up in a new shirt and decorated witn a Dig norai ring ne paraaea once around the circuit leading the fife and dnxrn corps of that lodge. As a rule in sportis; circles the gift of a floral piece is looked upon as a jinx. They may be a jinx to ume of the sporting celebrities, but in McNamara'9 case it proved to be the opposite. McNamara went out and beat the pick of the Velodrome stars in the two-mile invitation, a race having IS starters, and then met and defeated Oscar Egg, the Swiss in a 10-milc tandem-paced race. The same same journal stids : 'Frank Kramer must have tired of having Bob Spears beat him in match races, for the ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY, NOV. 25. BATMAN STAKES. Of £6 each with £500 added. 1 mile. (To start at 1 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

V.R.C. SPRING MEETING FOURTH DAY— SATURDAY, NOV. 25. BATMAN STAKES. Of CA each, vllh £-00 added. 1 mile. (To start at 1 p.m.) st Ih st Ib TStagrlsnd ? 8 12 Bnkowlni ? 8 4 iKilchoman ? S 12 ?Knight Silra .... 8 2 tKartcourt ? 8 11 -Burnley ..' ? B 2 Hitachi ? 8 7 'Daln, ? 8 2 Dim Laddie .... 8 7 'Grand Alliance ..8 2 Hoprlg ? 8 7 'Wiltshire ? 8 2 Wedge ? 8 7 'Kunegetis ? 8 i Klni; Kora ? 8 7 'Court Jerter .. .. 8 2 Mafloso ? 8 7 'Captain Standbh .. 7 13 SUr Comedian ..8 7 ?Fnrcttc ? 7 11 101b penalty. 'Maiden allowance. FLEMINGTON STAKES. Of 600 son. e firrlongs. (To start at 1.40 p.m.) Remmon ? SO Purple Mcdle .... 7 7 Erastu ? 8 11 Bronzcwood .. .. 7- S Thrice ? 8 C Trillion ? 7 8 Lord CooUrim.. ..8 0 Opera Bouffe .. .. 7 « Newton Stewart ..8 0 Field 01am .. .. 7 0 Sunder ? 7 IS Hjreea ? 7 S Haud ? Ill Ltd? Key ? 7 5 StaKeMght, inc. 71b UtnteUr ? 7 5 pen ? 7 12 WalllKO .. .... 7 S Sea Bound ? 7 11 Macadam ? 7 4 Peroxide ? 7 11 Cutlaa ? 7 0 Qulllion ? 7 10 Somctte ? 8 1.-. Cerintha ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
N. S. WALES, CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

s.s. wAt«5(. aaroKCT assocwtios. Tbe Firtl GnSt mitcfcen ud empira fa- O-J17 nrr : Bilmsia t. P»ddIo(rtOT, JJtreiisrjiTr, A. Tjucu inl w. B. O. Iistm ': Sr«i»» r. MfSfle llirtwr, Kob', M. Platan sad J. Gtldtvx; Gcnlvn t. PetenthKn; B.C. r.renbd, W. Cnmn tzri }. O. Gtirm: North Sjdner v. VfinctUf, North fi.TdMy, A. P. Willufiia ud Rev. O. Bprrj:- Western Subufbi t. DnTrcndtr, gt Lnke'o. A. W. Andrew, tnd r: Mrfostr. ' ? SECOXD UBAOE.— BiUratn r. Faddlncton, Jubilee ; Petentam v. Middle Harbor, Petthtam ; Bylacy t. Glebe, rnttoi: Hlok Bchoolt r. Oonloo, 8.C. aroonJ Ko. 8; TT«Tcttej v. OoiTtriitT, mSTnsitj ? St. Oeonjc T. Tfwtern Snliutbf, Bustrille; ExBtlKick T. LHchblnlt, Ras-nrjek; Krwtown r. V6mii,'HsKita. . ? THIRD GUADR.— BalDnia T.-Brinet,' fimhaittni B-j: (JtrlrenltT t. Pcten-ha6, DolnuCa fte^lft'tidihgton r. nitbe, Ilaropclcij; A.M.' Dorps' v. Oonion, : Cbitricootl ; W»rerrey t. A.S. Ooriu, ' Wmrlrj; Ne«to»m t. naml wicl-, ErtHnefm-j Wc«t«rn' Bnburts t, bye.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING TIPS BY PILOT. BATMAN STAKES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

V.R.C. SPRING MEETING TIPS BY PILOT. BATMAN 'STAKES ; EASTCOURT ? I Wedge ? 2 Stagcland ? '.. .. 3 FLEMINGTON STAKES : THRICE or TRILLION ? 1 Rokosan ? .. 2 Bronzctti ? 3 V.R.C. HANDICAP : ST. SPASA ? ' ? 1 Green Cap ? ? ? ? 2 Half-a-Glass ? .. ..3 C. B. FISHER PLATE : , CARLITA ? ;'1.- Wolaroi ? ? . 2 VICTORIA STEEPLECHASE : V RENDROCK ? ' ? 1 Zephuron ? . . 2 . i Moonbarra ? : ? 3 FINAL HANDICAP: ? ' ! HIGHFIELD ? .' ,1 Rael Locin ? ' . . 2 Allegory or Lad/ Mqoltan ? 3 |

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

ON MOORli PAliK. , Exc-piioii^;iy brip.lit batting w»a the feature : cf laM -.eck's play hn the Park. Thiee bull- '? men rejistered over the ccntiiry, and scores of ' over SO were numerous. | Interest s.aj tentrcd in the Ultimo and St. ! David's mat.!:. 1 irst day Ultimo stoic 1 153. ind St. DavM's 09 for five wickets. The latter 1 1 fciincd .1 lirsi-inninKi win, icormg Zo4, a fea- | : lure Win:: the splendid all-round batting of A. I M. Brown lur 102. He reached the boundary I 10 tin-.ei \.-ith splendid hits. Brown iia« ployeJ j very ably this season, his previous innings ! being 65, 33. 64 not out; and his b&wiing is I equal to that 0! last season: Ultimo lost four for 155 in their second | ? knock, staving off an outright defeat. F. Jack- I ion's 49 ia his belt clTort for two seasons. 1 Storey's brilliancy continues. He is probably { the best scoring batsman on the Park. He ? mudc Si against Sydney Junior A ajgressively. ' He has compiled 79, 31, 37, and 65— a fine per to...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENSINGTON RACES MAIDEN HANDICAP—5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

KENSINGTON RACES MAIDEN IIAVDH'AP— 5 fnrl.jng!. Ft 111 ^t. 1b Gulden C»Ie ? 8U Torreoix ? 7 s hirl Trent ? 8 10 Crj-ntul Knight .. .. 7 ;. C«rrorr.ii:li ? 83 c-n« ? 75 CurUmlfcroiu .. ..80 Mtjtir Contnj.. .. 7 B ritcllarlno ? s 4 1,1 nil Trent 7 r- Prince Coolie ....HI lilly'a Brother '.'. '.'. 7 H Banuireil fioi.di.. '.. x 1 'lnila.lt ? 7 r. J?e Mcrv ? 7M «hlt.hojrt ? 7 5 J™' p- » ? !» Kmm.ni ? 7 r. le lonflcM ? 7 1.1 t'oolambie ? 7 :t gdrao'e ? 7 1.1 OoI,I lt«a ? 7 :i Simplicity ? 7 II Mi-.i Brew ? 7 ;i Ilov.-iird Lscly .. .. ril i:v,.|rn llonrniy .. .. 7 1 roora Ijiaiu ? ; 11 i^m uoifnrd ? 7 :i »' , ? ? » 'hwl SW. ? 7 a Loucly Men- .. .. 7 n Li.ly Grollcu .. .. 7 .1 . home Boy _ ? 7 3 cliclniffonl ? 7 .1 Witiny hlmuifr .... 7 7 Brewery OJrl .. .. 7 :t ^olOT ;;. ? ' 1 Bonnlfl IliWa .. .. 7 .1 Jrown Miiner ? 77 ifrmrra ? 7 :i 'ralons ? 77 f.or.l licltli ? 7 3 '?Jnwwl ? 7 7 .inyj,,i iioy ? 7 a JIBe ? 7 7 AbV- ... 7 :: Wllbrrforcff ? 7 5 Slyvi.t Wlilttot ? 7 :| .FLYING HAMlICAP-r, fl...

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

Lawis Teanie . U- tQiitictji annuEl report of. the hie^-- 2«*. land Lawn Tehnu . ^.i;sociatir;n otateathat ths numasr of.afiUlated associations is .197 toitli u totid jmmbtiihltiM3SiS;. .This Is- 1 decrease '.I'J^Ry^'S P&i™?' JwWci were 214 and 10^0* ^^ytfr'';'-?^VJ.»««tI'«Wer of mSri beA,:^is tecprded^n:: WJ2-13-^narnely, 11,0+7. TJm.. e^ces* 9lv expitnoJtttco.-flver. Income- *aS «3/dA-\ ;:? As ie« ^ are ? ereate*- than ifabiliUes hh &tt.t^S\-JfcftP:.'&!»&. «n*«tioK' .oflUew w^«Jffte4-M.§&w.»r*«roa, his BxeeUen;?^ tha 0OTe?nor: pfesideri.t, Mr.JM. M, -5ofe; Sw preuBthfa, Messrs. Ay £J&Sm..-AbcH}i£A), GvL. Bsxry (Canterbury), p. J-LFpwriBlI (Ww galnui);*, R, C. Te'rtriani .(Sonfhlind), B;- S ClSuston (Ottgq), F.' Login .(.Hawke's Bay)! Dr, H. B. Leatbani (Tafan4kJ);'Dr'. J. F. Beii nett (Marlborougfi), 'and 'the 'presidents of the presidents of the Nclsbaabd West Coast' Asao- ciattans';- vice-president Lawn ?Tennis Alfpciii tiori 9f Au...

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NEWCASTLE J.C. SUMMER MEETING OPENING HANDICAP—6 furlongs [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

NEWCASTLE J.C. SUMMER MEETING OPENING tt&ITDICAP-* furlong. »t Ib rt lb Lord Garde ? 9 15 Mereina ? 7 12 Tinagar ? 9 4 General Bridgra.. .. 7 10 ?New Brew .. M .. 9 3 Rouord ? « 7 0 Becedi ? 8 6 Ida Jarru ? e 7 Lored On» ? 8 2 Kimr Aymer ? « 7 Merrj Trick .. ..8 0 Lurifcm ? 8 7 WELTER nASDICAP— 7 furlongm. Ralbroon ? 9 10 Duke Chester .... 8 0 Kins; Hampton .... 9 4 ESlDghazn.. . « 7 12 Maadowa ? 8 31 Jrngo Jo»a ? 7 12 Braw Queen ? 8 11 Saybomc ? 7 12 Mullahah ? 8 11 Soana ? 7 7 R.L.0 ? 8 8 McAllrter ? 7 7 JJs-acu» .. .. ?„ .. 8 a So Shy ? 7 7 Simeai .. .. „ .. 8 8 Jfyroli ? 7 7 Crey Sleert.' .. _ 8 7 Paspalexe ? 7 7 Te Whoro ? 8 3 All Brown ? 7 7 Gaucho ? 8 3 Cloy ? 7 7 JUVKXILB nASDICAP— ft fcrionga. I Tbanroona ? OS Prodentiona ? 7 7 Tres«tolo ? _ S 0 Leda. ? 7 S SeTer Do^ni ? 3 0 Btrndarzai.. .. .... 7 G Kenilfonl ? 8 0 Booral ? 7 0 lord Charlei .. ..SO BittinsJry ? 7 0 Kirrio ? 7 12 .Sriciy Beak ? 7 n SaToir d'Or ? 7 10 Prince Ballantr*? ..7 0 NDVEMBEB HANDICAP— 1} mile...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE PARK ASSOCIATION. Fixtures and Umpiers for November 26 and December 2, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

1IOO&E rABE ASSOCIATION. Fixttn-es ind- Vmpilem for KoTa^ber 23 tui December ;, 1315. ' A Gride.— Ultimo r, Sji^uct Junior A (I?e- O ; umpirei, E. Broim »Bd D. Jones.' Diller V. St. D»rid'a (0); umplrc», G. K. aUrtni' Ind W. King. B Grade (Flret W»is™n).— S. T. Xe{£3i A r. Zetland Jnnlora p,'o. 2); umpires, W. ^Vltajn «nd 0. h. Broun. Amundab Altonu t. .Wanderer* (15); omplrci. \Y. Toopcr and T. Hobertt .Birentcne t\ Sony Junior* (1); umnirM, W.. Qupmaa.-aad Q..-.i. Cooper. ?. Iitd tern lon» r. Q.P.O. (forfeit to Redlecn loiu). St. I'nil'j r. Hick Blmmoru (forfeit to St Paul's). B Cmdc fSecond Dirurioa^ObTiipIl V. State Timber V«nl- (Na a); umpire* J. PirttllBC «nd O. P«ekrr. Double B«t Juniors r. Bmr»7 (19); umpirta, T Ham mond end A. indrawn. ?? .Bedlntt'' Kent t. S. T. telri n (8): nmpire», T. Cooper and J; JteKaj-. ? Th« Adult Deif 3ode«jr t. Sot La Eezulnston 02); umpires C Ware mod iS. Joyce Jjojol Hondo. r. Waterloo Dit. tri« (»);.nmpfrc», n.- I(owl»n4 aaa.J. Abigill....

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

One of the Htiroes The death in action in France oi Frank Lug ton, the young Victorian cricketer, some tima ago, was referred to at the, time In ' the';e columns. The ot'ier.ilay a friend-in Melbourne sent me a cutting front a local newspaper, «iivin;: some further particulars of the. exploit.1 of this young hero in Gallipot: and cl^cwliWe, on recdinK whi:h you will asree witlunie that, if every crici:st:r in Australia '?* noi 'Joins h:s bit' as one couM wisli, those- liut'-drrdswhoare' doin^ it are (ioinc it with tne coura'se' *Wi heart of liors : - ,. ^ ' '??? ? . ... ?? r ? ? 'Tlie firat SheiViild ShleW player to fall in the great conflict wna Mill- promtniji!? yoiirl^ Northcotc cricltsttr Frank hugton. :-He-- en listed neariy; f.vo -yefrirt^o. prior to at::.Miinj ' ;-.:« mejoritj', 'wi'.h pracilcaily the whole ot his ? thtetk life in front oi him, and was only -'- at the time jot hjs death. 'His friends, and they were lexlort. recei/ed a painful iho.-k when the nolitication enni...

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

EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD. FOR COLDS. Mr. Jqjm i V\t, Doyle, &cr.etary of tie ' fif jlht Hour anij. LaVr Demonstration Committee, Sydney, rtrjtbae brt'j.uly 1, 1915, said; .'If £lv'es me much sW'MitteitC'.. state I have found HEAN'S^'fipSjWr.CE.a.n exceptionally good: re'- meBy for' colas. Its moderate price' and rapidity of action should make a special appeal to workers with large families. . . HEAN'S ESSENCE supplies p long-felt want in the home.' HEAN'S ESSENCE is obtainable from Chemists- and Stores! Two Shillings' worth makes one pia&--{. fin:st quality , Cough and Sore Throat remedy— as much as you can get of ordinary mixtures for 12/ — '

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

WESTERN SUBURBS DOINGS. E. Loveridge, as anticipated, reached three figures— dismissed at 119— -brcakrng all records with three centuries in succession, vir., 110 v. Carhperdown, 100 v Bnrwood United A. In the .second innings, he scored, unbeaten, AS out of $?. made while at the vrickets. He hit 22 fours against United Service. W. Birkett. captain of United Service, regis tered one of the best performances of the season — Botany resumed with one for 161. Birkett's figures read none for 40. In four more overs he. secured six wickets for 6 runs, and his oppon;ntd onrj added 71. F. Morris. 3 cue c.-nfn! trnntfHT, stored ?? om-oflSS in-Unjtre's ? seermd i'irtin'?e— jri excelieor pfrformin'ce. .1. PiGckhs.it. Jed St. Uitthet.-'s successfully l''A 3!»»on, ind only once failed to tcore J'ouble tisurea. He. apne.:rea .(alter ah accident) for the firiit time this ecajdii liipi.rcund agsinst Bur wood UriifcJa Bt\ ETe-icOTed 24 in beat rtyle, which sbb*s'.he fe'»ert. consistent as last season'...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUR VALVES PER CYLINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

'~FOUR VALVES PER CYLINDER. '' There* is no nove:ty ln engines with four valves to each cylinder for racing purposes, but it is somewhat of an innovation to bring out a model of this kind for everyday ust. This has been done by the makers of the Stutz cars in America. The four-cylinder en gine is big according to European ideas, having a bore ot 110 mm. and a stroke ot 152 mm. The enzine is o£ the monobloc nattern. vrith T headed cylinders, the eight inlet valves in the left-hand pockets and the eight exhausts on the opposite side. One is inclined to believe in the double number of valves, because individual valve and KDrin;; can be made so light, and thi:. is a great consideration in engines of high effi ciency. With two valves per cylinder large valvci and strong springs must be used, so that the valves have a much harder time than the tTnall light set of four, and they therefore not only need more frequent attention, but are much n:oi -? difficult to handle. Incidentally, too, (o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

MOTORS, BICYCLES, ETC. VVlUTr: for particular* ol our S.ll. llo:or Cjc.ti *ai « ? Terns. l!en.tc.-5on'.-, Ltd. . RE-BUILT CYCI.ti, iS. £1, ii. T. »'. 11KNDKK SON', LTD., 19 l'«V-«irre. VM BIllTON CYCI.KS *?? 1J . WOKKHSS £B ;-.' . ?»-» T. V.\ Iir.NDi-.'.i^OX. I.TIl.. 4) Pjr.-s-.rcet. rv\. \V. HKSDKKSOX, I.TIL, for Cenun.- VuL T'?r--. I : y. : Ti:h»f . :; n : Wo-'.;.-: Tulw !?, . 10 I-ark-.i.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

Sr 'V-^WrffflMM fl WE CARRY THE FINEST STOCK OF tf^^5s*-Z\* » 1 / / MATERIALS IN AUSTRALIA. *73*»Sl \irSy^U.Lw/ / RACKETS. *H* \\ / ' M-S. Champion .. .. 1 1/6 : .frSvJV J '? C.B.B., cork handle.. 13.6; v-8ta!«V«wT V) C.B.B. Quadruple .. 15/6 ; v j(fc-\/ m. M.S. Haymarket. . .. 22/6 ' 1£N\/V V^ Haymarke-T Special .. 27/6 : » N) I ' Haymarket. Selected.. 35/ | - W U I* - Haymarket, Ex. Spec. 37/6 \ ft f / Ayre's Handicap .... 15/61 i Ayrc's Al ? 16/6 Ayre's DTjIe Central.. 18/9 Ayre's Champion.. .. 25/ Ayre's S.NJ) ? 47/6 Slazenger's Rcnshaw.. 16/ - Slaienger's Demon .. 23.'6 Slazeneer's Whonsi.. 29/ Slazenger's E.G.M. .. 3S/6 Sfatenger's Doherty. . 42/6 Slazenger'a Stadium.. 47/6 v-^Ga ( f\ \ Postage on Racket: N.S.W., 9d ; Other States, 1/2. .NJw \A '*.A balls \K*3k.F V* ? Ea. Dor.| % ^X&I * - G«y Regulation .. /& 5/9 1 ?? ?%.mGT/& ? GreV ReB- superior /10 9/ N'-'gyff'- * ?*' Challenge, covered 1/ 11/9 I V. £r//^ Postage on 1 dor Balls : N.S ' f fr^I/ SPOST1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

.ANiHONY. HORDERNS Superb Coarse-Cut Mixture ' ' ?' This superb coarse-cut Mixture is . a BLEND OF -j^^Sg^^^ga^-, SELECTED Tobacco, and PREPARED for US to ''/?W55n'SKl' ^§) MEET the requircment-j of AUSTRALIAN PIPE YE^^^uEiiLe^gSSit^ SMOKERS. There i.s NOT ii FLAW in the QUALITY. ?l^^^^SH j.'d the PHENOMENAL SUCCESS th.-it ha:. AT '? ?SgBSSSSSS^fW TENDED the introduction of this MODEKATKLY : HKHtjEuQ|^^RwyB ' PRICED COARSE-CUT SMOKING MIXTURE is an fFMBmtiliTaCT^ indicution that this S.iperior B'.cnd SATISFIES the ; ?Hfl^^^ffiraMVgn KEENEST SMOKERS. It is put up in loz packets; also ' B^SBB^RHBJMftnH '' air-tight tins of 2oz and upwards. ?^^^K^SBIS^^ ^oz* 2oz. 4oz. per Ib - . ~~~^~~r'^ Price ? -/9 1,3 2,6 9/6 oUJ'tHB COAflSE CI.'T IX I'o.la-c- ]o/, JU; ?-'e». :-U; 4o/, 4-J |irr 1b, Oil i:»trj. A1U-T1CI1T 'DNS. lW-lci- : HiIiit butf-, ti:-i ih. 1.2 l.xlu. ANTHONY HORDERN AND SONS Lip. only umvkiisal pnovmiiits, RRIf.KPIPl n Hill KVflNRV ? NK\V,PALACE FatPOlllUM, Dnllift flClilJ 1111....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

?''SUNDAY:- TIMES'''' Au*tra]id's most popular Sun day Newspaper. War N«ws, Women's W.rld. Read by 400,000 People every Sunday

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TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME CANTERBURY PARK RACES MAIDEN HANDICAP. (For three-year-old and upwards.) (To start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 25 November 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME CANTERBURY PARK RACES MAIDEN HANDICAP. (For three-jeir-olds «aj upbraids.) (To start it 1.30 p.m.) Of 100 ion ; second bora. :o mn and third horse 10 ?on kom the priie. for maidenj at time of HaninR. t tnrkmca. KnJ. Laidlnr1! b m THE WHITE TTAtf' (Imp.), *yw ? 00 Jfc. A W. Cook', br E UCCvNB CIIANOE, lyn V. A 12 Mr. A .Ashler's br E UKOK, -Ij-n ...... 8 1) 3&. '.K. TrewlrsnV b ra CATALIA (imp.), tjn 8 1) Mr. M. Hayncs' b c KENTEItHK, Syn .. 8 7 ilr. E. T. Walker's b g 1'ATIALA, iyn ? .' .. 8 ? Mr. J. U. WtltCT-i br m GAUGE, «vrs ? 8 ft Mr. W. Keljo't b j OUOIDK, 3rre ' ? 7 1' Mr. I. L. Brawn, tcn/i, b J VALOOMKN, 3/n .. 7 li Mr. F- a O'Donnell', b c REDMOND 3/n 7 ]?? Man. Win! Dron.' br or hlk o KNKIIIKi:, 3rr» . 7 12 Mr. J. Bjin's b s rATIIACKK iyn .. .... 7 ]?- Me W. Austin's b g f.VTHKli KLIST, 3jn .. '.'. 7 11 Mr. B. Craven's br 1 TIIKSSAMITA, 3}ts .. 7 11 Mr. J. S. O-Donnrir. t,r g ONIIIAL, 5/r.i ? 7 11 Mr. B. S. Moffatt's ch g DUKE IlLKIISTOX, 4...

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