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THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND GERMAN VERSION. (With apologies to the late R. Southey) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND GERMAN VERSION. (With apologies to the late R. SouthcyJ, It was a Summer evening, And Fritz's work was done; And he before his cottage door Was sitting— like a Hun. The story, as it's told to me. Took place in Berlin, on the Spree.' Old Fritz was sitting like a Hun. ? As I've remarked before. When suddenly a paper boy Came running past his door. 'Please buy mcin paper, Fritz !' said h^ 'Ve've had von famous victory I' Old Fritz he bought one from the loy* Who stood expectant by. And then he smiled a big fat smile, , And winked the other eye. ;, 'From vot is here it's plain,' said he, ? 'Vc'vc had von famous victory I' 'The English Fleet's kom out at last, Ve've had von great big haul ! Dey've lost dcr whole lot of dere ships. And ve've lost non at all ! .. ? Ach Himmel ! I can quickly -ce. It vos a Shcrmon victory 1 'Our Fleet, indeed, vos wonderful. For on der sea, mcin son, It's been dcr biggest victory Dat vc haf ever von ! It's big on sea, you will confess,...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR WHIFFS LETTERS FROM FRANCE, EGYPT AND AT SEA [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

! WAR WHIFFS I U ? ~ — — ? ? - LETTERS FROM FRANCE, EGYPT AND AT SEA By SOLAR PLEXUS. For some years the big army of admirers of the famous old Australian welterweight Ted Nelson have been wondering where he had hidden himself. Some bad an idea he was at the front; others thought his address was 'somewhere in America.' I am pleased to be able to state that his exact address is : Private K. J Grogan (No. 3484), No. 11 Squadron, No. 1 Base, France. He writes me thus : 'I can assure you it's with pleasure I drop you these few lines. It's about eight years since I saw you and dear old Sydney. And it is only last week that I knew you wire wi'.h The Referee. Well old sport, I am ieeling now as well as ever I did. Though I had been over in Eng land this last six weeks, in hospital, and am now out here at an auxiliary hospital, regain ing my strength, I have been in France for 19 months, and think I have done my bit. To come back to London and see the young fel lows walking about in prdinar...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DOMESTIC DIPLOMAT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

A DOMESTIC DIPLOMAT Poor father stumbled over a dust-pan and brush reposing on the bottom stair as he de scended to breakfast. He swore loudly. Lulu — looking sulky — popped an enquiring head round the breakfast-room door. 'Why can't you keep all this litter out of the way ?' growled father. 'I hate housework !' Lulu avowed. 'We ought to have the .servant back. I'm not strong enough for it. I feel I oughtn't to do it, for n-y health's sake.' 'Not strong enough !' he scoffed, derisively, throwing himself into his scat at the head of the ur.tidily-lald table. 'Not strong enough — you, who ran dance half the night without turning a hair !' 'That's different.' chipped in mamma. 'I can stand on my feet for hours at a stretch at the sales, but it wears me out for the rest of the day to cook the dinner. ' 'And I suppose that Marjorie, who plays cricket as vigorously ns any bov. Isn't strong enough to sweep the floor ?' father jeered, look ing at the third bouncing ferr.alc who sat at table...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"I'LL WALK WITH MY MEN" GENERAL TOWNSEND AND HIS SICK MEN OF KUT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

'I'LL WALK WITH MY MEN' GENERAL TOWNSEND AND HIS SICK MEN OF KUT When General Townshend was offered a pas sage on a steamer to Bagdad he turned to the Turkish commander with a cheery 'Thanks, I'll walk with my men.' This is an incident told by Mr. Herbert J. Baldwin, Central News special correspondent in Mesopotamia. Mr. Baldwin also describes the scene when hospital ship No. 1 brought back the sick men from Kut. 'I have seen many sick men and rnany_sad sights in wars and hospitals,' he says, 'but never have I seen men reduced so near to living skeletons as these brave fellows. 'All of them showed only too plainly what terrible privations they must have undergone.' As soon as the steamer was made fast a gang way was fixed, a matting laid down, and or derlies were stationed a few paces apart down ono side to prevent any man slipping into the water. The first men assisted down the gangway were the Indian 'walking' cases, though they could scarcely be said to walk, for not one of tbcm ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
N.S.W. RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIXTURES. FIRST ROUND CITY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

NSW. RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIXTURE.'. KIKST HOUND CITY CUP. O'iric r. South .«»dniM-, fvilner Cricket Ground. 3 13 C KukvII ; touch ju.i8T.-.' II. F. Akorn »nj II. Wood hill. Arniniblt r. Nrmown. Enklnrvlllc On], S.IJ, I.. OTlil l.-y ; touch JudgM. T. K. l'lulm inJ V. Diet? nxa. Ealmain v. Eisttrn Suburbs, Agricultural Graunl. 3.15, A. Farrow ; touch judecJ, C. Hedlcv anil I. Iinylc V-'trtcrn Suburbs v. North Svdiwv, Wcu:tvonh l'ark. :.15. T. Mrken^on ; touch j'udgro, V. Thornton and C. Bojd. LEAGUE CUP. Glebe t. South Sydney, Sydor? Cricket GroutU, :, J. T. Hlaei ; touch Midgw, same a« for Kim tirJiio. Balmuin v. Eistem Suburbs, .Sjrricultunl Ground, ?, ?\V. Ncill ; touen JudRcs, Mmc u for Kint Grade. Western Suburbs v. NoKh Sydney Wentunrth IMrk, 2, II. JJillinntOT ; touch judgts, uir.c as for Kirit lirjde. N'ewtown a bj-c.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GREAT RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

A GREAT RECORD. Mr. R. E. Savage, 'non. secretary of the Bal main District Junior Rugby League, writes:— 'Four years ago a team named Balmain Fitzroys entered the Junior League competi tion in Balmain. and won the B trade mcclab in that year, 1913, and also the following year. 1914. They then went into the A grade competition in 1915. and won that also, thus winning a junior competition for three years in succession without ever suffering a defeat. 'This year Balmain district selectors saw a harvest to be reaped from Fitzroys, and called on R. (.Whip) Latta to play 1st grade, J. Croghan. H. Moore, R. Kaue, J. Love, 5. Hough, ind E. Duncan to play 2nd grade, and J. Lynch, W. Hills, E. Marsh. W. Moore and W. Lowe 3rd grade. Now that Balmain have won the three grades this year it leaves Fitz roys with 73 medals to their credit, made up as follow: — 1 fir3t grade. 8 second grade (two from last year), and 6 third grade (one from last year), and 54 Junior League medals, and 4 President Cu...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HYMN OF LOVE TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

A HYMN OF LOVE TO ENGLAND. The Song of Hate, by the German Limuract, is now remembered only with ridicule, by the Hymn of Love, written by an American woman, is a delightful and, even thrilling efforf We reproduce the splendid verse: — A song of hate is a song of Hell; . 'i^.' Some there be tnat sing it welL jft-_ Let them sing it roud and long. ' : We lift our hearts in a loftier song; We lift our hearts to Heaven above - Singing the glory of her we love— , England ! ' ? i Glory of thought a'nd glory of deed, ' Glory of Hampden and Runnymede; Glory of ships that sought far goals. Glory of swords and glory of souls 1 Glory of songs mounting as birds. Glory immortal of magical words; Glory of Milton, glory of Nelson, Tragical glory of Gordon and Scott; ' Glory of Shelley, glory of Sidney, Glory transcendent that perishes not— Hers is the story, hers be the glory. ? England ! Shatter her beauteous breast ye may; t The spirit of England none can slay I ' Dash the bomb on the dome of Pa...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Perice pic peeps THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

Veriscppfc'fteps By CIBEAUX, ?THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND. Yon boldly claim, O valiant Hun, A victory complete. Most nobly {ought, most cheaply won O'er proud Britannia's Fleet ; You vow that you have rent in twain Her boasted naval sway. And some day, doubtless, you'll explain What made you limp away. When Bonaparte on Jena's field Upset the Teuton host. Like you, he made his foemen yield A pretty heavy cost ; Yet he pursued with ruthless aim The triumph of that day; 'Mistaken tactics !' you exciamv 'He should have slunk away. The Japanese at Thingtau fort And Botha in the South Did things which made your Kaiser tnOiT And (some say) foam at mouth ; 'Barbarians both I' you interpose, 'Of base un-Kultured clay; The shrewdest conquerors are those Who win and get away.' Of ships you lost in Jutland's fight Strange tales have filled the Press ; Some urge that two-and-twenty might ? Be deemed a modest guess ; Yet while each tale for credence begs There's one well ne'er gainsay. It curled too p...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
READ THE REFEREE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

j READ THE REFEREE J For Reports of the Final and I the Two Big City Cup matches T this afternoon. t £??««??« ? ,~.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAB RUGBY LEAGUE FINAL :: NOW FOR THE KNOCK-OUT Balmain Retain Premiership, Turning Tables on South Sydney in Disappointing Struggle TWO BIG GAMES TO-DAY WHEN TWO OF FOUR LEADERS WILL GO OUT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

DRAB RUGBY LEAGUE FINAL :: NOW FOR THE KNOCK-OUT ?— -!' -v—v -&+?$- -£-??-$- ©♦» . -$*& -t*~V ?*''»? Balmain Retain Premiership, Turning Tables on South Sydney in Disappointing Struggle TWO BIG GAMES TO-DAY * ? - WHEN TWO OF FOUR LEADERS WILL GO OUT By. THE CYNIC. We've had a feast of football since the Arrow appeared last week. And, the delicacies have unfolded the fact that after all Balmain arc the best team in the competition. In the first round there could be no question as to the premiers of 1915 being cocks of the field. But when the clubs began to go over their grove was not so convincing as it had been. They fell away rather badly for a time. But j coming again, victories on Saturday and Wed nesday have given them the title for twelve I months more. On the season's play generally they deserve the honor, though few may be found to agree that the two strongest teams of the moment actually fought out the finish. j The final drew a fine crowd, something over i 7...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIVING HIS TRAINER TROUBLE KANDOS UNDER A CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

JIVING HIS TRAINER TROUBLE KANDOS UNDEH A CLOUD. Kandos- has been (living his trainer anxiety during the past week, and although he has been on the track he has only trotted on the cinders. His near fore leg is the seat of the trouble, ,ind it is to be hoped that he will be right again- in a few days, as he gives promise of being one if not our best long-distance weight-for-agc horse next season. His A.J.C. Plate win was full of merit, and stamped him with Patrobas the best staying three-year-old of his i-«e.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME PROMINENT THREE-YEAR-OLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

8OME PROMINENT THREE-YEAR-OLDS. (1) Mr. W. Brown's fllly Thana, who is expected to stay well, and is one of the choice selections for the Derby and Cup. (2) Tho Marlbyrnong Plate winner, Ette fred, who Melbourncites expect to win several of the good three-year-old races. (3) Eiastcourt, who, although he has only won one race, Is highly thought of for tho Important three-year-old races.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CAULFIELD JUMPING RACES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

THE CAULFIELD JUMPING . RACES Although the Australian Hurdle is to be run an Saturday week, speculation on that race is absolutely dead here. In Melbourne Van Horn reigh, ? Wisconsin, Lord Grey, and Jullundur head the quotations, while in the Steeplechase Bullawarra, Battleship, Rendrock and Glen quinn are most in request. Several of the can didates ran at,Moonee Valley on Saturday, and Westaway, who is in the Australian Steeple chase with 10.0, won with lib more. West away ran. a good race in the National, being one of, the first four over the last jump, but it n doubtful whether he would get four miles. Jack Rice ran again, but was once more out of a place, after having a winning chance haU mile from home, but forfeited it by continually hanging out. It is rather difficult to under stand why hfa- connections persevere with him in Melbourne when it is obvious -to everybody that he dislikes running the other way. How ever, that's their business. Old Obi ran fairly at Moonee VaUey, b...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CANTERBURY PARK PROSPECTS GOOD RACING PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

TO-DAY'S CANTERBURY PARK PROSPECTS GOOD RACING PROMISED. Although Briarberry has been dropped 31b for his Rosebill running, he appears to still have enough with 12.3 and perhaps something lower down the list will be equal *o accounting for the big son of Herloch. Conic may not run, «,k;i» u«ii-rv,s*-ir will ncnl a deal more schooling to bring him like anything near to his best. Greek Fire would win if started, as he, although practically only a novice at the game, would undoubtedly prove a bit too good for our very moderate performers. The grey Zarabine has gone up with rather a substantial rise on account of him winning and losing at Moorefield. Nevertheless, he seems likely to be a fair performer over the sticks, and maybe the extra weight won'* stop him. Inverara is useful, while the New Zealander, Deltonio, although he jumps well, has yet to make his appearance in a hurdle race. Gorltas is coming back to form, as is Louis Brook ; but of those below 10.0, perhaps Lord Tulker is t...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY BY PILOT HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY BY PILOT HURDLE RACE : INVERARA ? 1 Zarabine ? 2 BHbo ? ;; ;; 3 FLYING HANDICAP: LORD MALT ? 1 Viburnum ? 2 Sweet Malt ? .', .. 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP : LAMBOURNE ? 1 Lord Disgrace ? 2 Secret Code ? 3 CANTERBURY PARK CUP : COAT O1 MAIL ? 1 Medley ? 2 Bee or Lady Minnie ? 3 PARK STAKE5 : PETALSTER ? 1 Equity ? 2 Opportunity ? 3 WELTER MILE : SAN THOME ? 1 Omaha ? 2 _ Alcornet_. . . ._. . .^ ? 3

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

Gain and Retain Health and Strength BY USING HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS NERVE NUTS.' LES. DARCY, If you are feeling run down, are mentally depressed, or suffer from headaches back ache or other nervous borders, try a course of HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS A bottle containing sufficient for ten days' treatment costs 3/, or six bottles for 17/3 If £££%££ y°Ur Chemi' ' 8t°'k'P'- 'nd Pri'' a'd — ^' win'oe^e' G. W. HEAN, 'fflffljS* l^totlereagSt^dney

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

COURSING By ?AMESBURY/ To all intents and purposes arrangements in connection with next week's big meeting, at ? Rooty Hill, have been completed, and a sue- \ cessful Australian Waterloo Cup should result. The Woodstock enclosure in now in fine order, and the hares therein are numerous and well i schooled; the nominations arc deemed satisfac blue ribbon event is high. There is the neces sary Interstate flavor, for cracks from Queens land and Victoria will compete against the N.S.W. champions. A laree army of fielders I will surely be in attendance; and the judge (Mr. James White), and slipper (D. Haigh). are ad- i mitted to be right in the forefront in their line of business. ? | The draw will take place at Batcman's Hotel. ! George-street, City, on Monday next, at U a.m. ; On each day of the meeting there will be a ? special train from the Central Station — the ?? times of starting, etc.. will be available In time ' for to-morrow's papers. I There will be another meeting on the Fif...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. DAN Z. (Burwood) : Write to the secreUry of the Wallsend J.C.; we have no record. WAGER: You have omitted to sign your name. P. Maher rode Charlevllle in the last Can terbury Cup. The well-known Geelong (Vic.) amateur walker. J. H. Davidson, now a lieutenant, writing from the front, reports himself well and asks to be remembered to Sydney athletic friends. ?

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

Forbes Jockey Club. AXXUAL SHOW KAOE MnKTINO. August 17j»nd 18, 1916. £200 PRIZE-MONEY. £200 NOMINATIONS FOIl AM, 1IVKNTS CI.OSF. on MOSfDAY, Aucrsr ii, at io p.m. Pocket rrojrainrues on application Io 1-. J. MOLOXKY, Srcrrtuy. Tcnrn llall Chamber*, Korbo* 700 SOVS PRIZE MONEY. ASCOT RACES WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9. 1916. ENCOURAGE 6TAKES HANDICAP, I0O Sovi. I fur'.onjs. FLYING HANDICAP. 100 Sovi. 6 turloi^.. J 1.0 HANDICAP. 100 Sovi. 1 lurlonji. ll.S HANDICAP. 100 Sow i furlong). ASCOT HANDICAP, 100 Soil. 1 mile 1 furloaj JOrdj. JU HANDICAP, 100 Sori. 5( furlongi. APPROVED STAKES HANDICAP, 100 Son. ; (urlonzt N'ballutlons ul:*» 0 p.m. TdLTtSDAV NEVT AUGUST o, 1914. Wele/bt« «lll tx (leelnMil on or about SATURIMY, augtnt o. For further p«ticular- ice progiamm; J. rSDBRHILl., Behnoot Buildiug, J'ttTCUri-. 18 Ciitltirish-ftmt. HAVE THAT DIRTY AND BOILED SUIT BENOVATED BY M. H. THOMAS 71 'S^ Eipcrt Clcanrr and Prciiir. He will m«'.? il fquil to N«r at Morirraio - Lir-c CM -, WHITE, or THOSE....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. [?]sday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. i nursaay. The l.jrdles werj very wide out on tne middle grass track this morning when Quln ologist and Snandragon ran a mile, the latter ' winning in 1.49. Medley strode over nine j furlongs in 2min 2}sec. Charman and Par man galloped half a mile, but could not be timed owing to (he fog. Akil, Bursar and Florriett did pac; work. On the course urooer Garlin aasilv ran seven furlongs in 1.44]. The following worked on the tan:— Water- leigh end Urney ran six furlongs in 1.205. Blackacre. Meltone and Slip Jim ran five fur longs m 1.5. Secrete registered six furlongs in 1.181. Wolaroi ran a strong seven fur longs. St. Rock and Gaba Tepe did six fur longs ir. 1.215. Collar. Orsaka. Etoile. Hippasia. Auld Jock, Queen Clarit, Faith ful Laddie, Greek Fire, War Tax, Pre carious, Miss Tres&ady, and many others were on the 'useful' list. Bilbo jumped the brush hurdles in good style. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Racing at Kensington on Wednesday next, when a start will be made ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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