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TOMMY GRIFFEN TO REFEREE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

TOMMY GRIFFEN TO E2FERE3. ! Griffen, however, is enja^t-d on other work tc-day. . He is to referee the ir.atcji between University and Field Artillery, and -f in ,,:s best form should make it worth seeing. Griffen is not by any means a beginner ,tt the whistling | game, having been in request ('urins th; Wjra- ' tahs1 tour of America lo handle intcrcchool and I college matches. On; hopes that he will take 1 regularly to thc game once h:'j playing career j is over, for he has an excellent :aea of npp'ying ; thc 'advantage law.' The men of the Warren Camp shou.'d win against 'Varsity at North iydncy Oval, for at | full strength they will take \ lot ot beating oy any team in the ranks to-ia;-. Husky ioi wirds— most Of whom na.'c i.ad good -;hool i and competition experience — and some line backs, they are sure to -r.ak; trouble once com bination is gained, and. alter all, it should not take class players long :o develop that neces sary adjunct seeing that tl-.cy are in camp to gether a...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINNING JOCKEYS AT "OUTSIDE" MEETINGS W. LILLYMAN DOES WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

WINNING JOCKEYS AT 'OUT- SIDE' MEETINGS ? \ W. L1LLYMAN DOES WELL. At the meetings held at Kembla Grange, Gos ford, Mcnangle, and Wyong Park during the last season, W. Lillyman has done best of the - jockeys, riding with great success, piloting no ! fewer than 3U winners. As Lillyman rode over a score inside the metropolitan area, it will be seen he has had a remarkably successful sea con. However, as Lillyman has had to work hard for his success, he deserves all that comes his way. L. Walker H recond with 32. which is a more :han creditable score, but the chances arc if McCabe had not struck trouble he would have : headed the list. As it was, he rode 31 winners. G. Mcddick has done best of the apprentices, nut he is not far in advance of G. Hutchins. who, for a youngster, rides particularly well, J and promises to be one of our foremost light- j weights ere long. A. Wood did well, considering he had con siderably fewer mounts than those In the thir ties. W. Black and K. Bracken al'...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY UNION MORE SURPRISES ARE PROMISED IN TO-DAY'S BATTLES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

RUGBY UNION MORE SURPRISES ARE PROMISED j IN TO-DAY'S BATTLES \ By THE WINGER. Surprises are promised to-day. North Sj'dney Mosman are thc record-holders of the season in view of their run of successes since their j defeat in the initial game of the year. Never- j theless they are to be faced wi;h confident j this afternoon by the representatives ot '.re Army Medical Corps. | 'Don't be surprised if we are the first siJ; I to register a win agsinst the Shoremen. ' said j a prominent member of thc P.ed Cress fifteen j when discussing the match with me during 'he week. They will certainly have their hist fifteen in the field to-day, aa a gradual strenf.'.'r cning has been accomplished since th: org-:- ! nisera realised that club football amor.; M.R.U. j fifteen* is stronger than we thought it was j jus,', now with ao many regulars away. Moiman j Oval patrens will sec a good came. From j Liverpool Omp reinforcements will come to I the aid of the men from Victoria Barracks, and tome note...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tween Drinks By JOHN DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

TueenuDrinb By JOHN DRAYTON. Windmills are when prize pugilists shoot it off their Mouths at one another. Successive newspaper headlines : Woman in the Caucus. Woman in the Caucasus. W i One of Richmond (Vic) footballers is named -i -Jronk — but his play isn't. Kilboy may be god, says a sporting writer. i Meaning thai, for the moment, he is one of the 'idols ? j' One of the papers refers to Russia as our {. alley. On the front she is attending to she i - is the glassy all right. '? Engagement notice : Somerset — Lincoln. The \,i marriage will be worth seeing, for Miss Ltn rfi coin will turn a somerset in the churcK. f ; Stated that the controlling bodies have re l' solved to improve the main roads. Pave them J with good resolutions ? If a newspaper heads a par 'Man shot in the food depot' is it lair to assume be was hit is the stomach ? 'Imagination is that part of the mind which , looks tonvard to what it does nut lay its visible .. eyes on.' t' The spell broken : That blessed word...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Paper Reading for Man & Woman Latest War & General News Sport Comment by Experts REFEREE The Cronee-Dav* Smith Bout by W. F. Corbett Turf Features by Pilot Rugby League Semi-final by the Cynic

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHALLENGE CROSSE'S CANTERBURY CUP A PROFITABLE PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

CHALLENGE CROSSE'S CAN . TERBURY CUP A PROFITABLE PURCHASE. H. J. Pick recently purchased Challenge Crosse from Mr. 'J. Baron' for something like 500gs, and as that horse ha3 only started twice in his ownership and won each time, he has been a profitable investment, especially as he received a couple of thousand out of the sweep. Hitherto Challenge Crosse has proved himself j better over a mile than any other distance, but ! on Thursday he ran the 11 furlongs out in really good style. At the distance it appeared as if Tarpaulin would win, but the winner was going just as well as the Tartan gelding wncn the winning-post was reached. It is wcrthy of mention that W. Crockett, who rode the winner, is apprenticed to H. J. Robinson, and it will be remembered that the lad showed distinct promise when he rode Hopfield in his recent races. Silent Way ran a good race, being well up all the way, while Galtce Que:n was another that was not disgraced. Turning into the straight slie was third, bu...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL THE PROMINENT TURF TOPICS OF THE HOUR Moorefield and V.A.T.C. Meetings To-Day Season's Statistics Spring Horses'Form By CARDIGAN. SUCCESSFUL TRAINERS AT "LITTLE" MEETINGS W. BOOTH HEADS THE LISE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

ALL THE PROMINENT TURF TOPICS OF THE HOUR vj^^jj ^$rw^y V^™^ «? ~ ^r v ~ v ^a' -^y VT-5» *ZrT^V Moorefield and V.A.T.C. Meetings To-Day :: Season's Statistics :: Spring Horses' Form ? By CARDIGAN. SUCCESSFUL TRAINERS AT 'LITTLE' MEETINGS W. BOOTH HEADS THE LIS1*'. With the exception of W. Booth, no trainer has been particularly successful at what we call the little meetings, comprising Kembla, Wyong, Mcnangle, and Gosford, this season, although several have done fairly well. W. Booth stands by himself at the head of the list, and the Booth-Lillyman combination has been very mucn in evidence this season. There is one art in racing many trainers overlook — that is, to placing their horses; but it cannot be said Booth is not an adept at this, and in a large measure that is probably the reason oi his success. J. Smith and J. Gough both have had pay able seasons, although both have had rather a run of outs recently. T. F. Scully has aUo no cause to regret his trips to these meetings ; wh...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

SUNDAY TIMES Australia's most popular Sun day Newspaper— War News, and Problems. Women's W«rld, Read from title to imprint in 100,000 Homes every Sunday THE REFEREE . Australian Soldiers in the Fight* ing Line specially desire their friends to post them THE REFEREE Above all other Newspapers

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A YEAR AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

A YEAR AGO. A year ago each morning saw Me down by Piccadilly, And things like military law To ine seemed rather silly. I did my work, 7 drew my pay, And read my morning paper; And like the rest I knew the way To make the Germans caper. If anyone had said to mo, ''Ere long you'll be^ — no joking ? A number in the King's armee And little Woodbines smoking' I should have smiled a lordly smile And said, 'They'll never take me lt really won't be worth their while Oif my old shelf to shake me!' But i-ince those days of long ago X ye heard the words inspiring That patient sergeants use, you know. To uwkward squads perspiring I've nstn up before the sun, A 7CCf m^a-off armv ''ions, And fifty different battles won O'er weaknesses and passions. I-VC OK'0110'1 and tUrncd and formed— twe- Left-wheeled and dull sloth spurning, a ? mca four' cven -n my sleep And dreamed about rightturning I vc made the corporal turn green And sent the lance-Jack silly— — It teems a long long year I ween Since I ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THOUGHT YOU WERE SPORTSMEN." [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

'THOUGHT YOU WERE SPORTSMEN.' The psychology of the enemy continues to ? make an interesting study. Capt. ? a well known member of a Surrey Lawn Tennis Club, who has been fighting in France, at Suvla Bay and in Egypt, and has recently been home on short leave, mentions two incidents worthy of remark. Some not uncongenial Saxons faced his trench in Flanders. In that 'no man's land' which comes in between there chanced to be a water-tap, inena oi great vaiue to perspiring fightiug men. T.-.cilly it was agreed that each section, the encniv's and our own, should bo allowed ti- use the tap without molestation for a certain period during the day. The criangement worked quite smoothly until one day a German exceeded the time limit— and worse, so iai defied it Kt to sit down in a deck chair on the exposed ground. Through a megayhone he' was warned that if he did not return to the trench our men would fire. Hv remained seated, smoking a hookevi pipe. Tlnreupon our men fired a volley over his...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEEN MARY'S BAGGED ZEPPELIN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

QUEEN MARY'S BAGGED ZEPPELIN. In British naval circles the battle of the fleet is talked about as a bis victory. The Warrior alone accounted lor throe of the enc/ny craft. 'Almost every British ship sank or Kit some thins very ha.-d,' said one ofScer who had chatted v/ith many of the men from various ships. It was this man, too, who gave the news of the Zeppelin brought down by the Queen Mary. It appears that the Queen Mary, in addition to t^ing the target of the concen trated lire of t!:e Gorman Fleet, was attacked by a Zeppelin. Th- anti-aircraft gunners, de spite the inferno r/.oing on around them, repeat edly hit the Zeppelin ; and after a few minutes brought it crashing into the sea rightahead of the Queen Mary, just as that fine vessel was sinking. The Queen Mary actually sank on the wrecked Zeppelin, and they went dov/n ti» g=thcr.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GET TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

GET TO THE FRONT. Don't be sitting around all day ; Get somewhere ! Make a stab at it some way. Get somewhere ! Sameness sort of drives you mad ; Get a hobby or a fad. Yes, and set it pretty bad. Till you make the neighbors sad— Get somewhere i Don't get rooted to one s.*-ot, .. ? Get somewhere ! Strike it rich as like as not. Get somewhere ! At the risk of seeming blunt Break away from use and wont. Get a move and do a stunt ; Gee v/hat things are like in front— Get !-oniev/hcre !

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMY MEDICAL COMFORTS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

ARMY MEDICAL COMFORTS FUND. i Mr. Shand, K.C., has offered a donation of ' IS provided 19 others contribute ihe same amount towards providing Christmas comforts i for our soldiers at rlic front. The following donations have been received: Mrs. W. Stuart.' £3,3, ; Mrs. Phillip Toohcv. £1 1 '; Mi's Mad do::, £1.1.; Mrs. Aubrey Halloran. 10.; ci-ht ' young ladies of the brancii r- AM i-ro.,^.in: ' cations should be forwarder to Mrs Mattl'o- ' J. Harris, Ethara. Darling Point. Goo:ls ready ? to despatch are: £14 worth of groceries o:,d stationery, whicn includes i4 cc:lccte;l at a - if t ' afternoon given by th; Misses thand and : others; also a larpc quantity of shirty so-ks ' handkerchiefs, washers, fiy veils, and roE-W ' The balance report from October to Mav 31 ; shows donauons received. £104/15,. andWou.it i spent on purchase ol goods -or soldier-:. r34 -j o ? lesvin;; a balance in liar.i c: £20 '0 £. As an instance of the larse perctnraie of ! enlistrr.cr.t an^ong senior pla'-crs ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAYS FIXTURES. [?] City Cup Com[?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. I [?] (. -V - Wwtcwa. -yr!r.'r CricV't Gr^ati'l, *.'.». T. V.-Mt---. :.-.vi jiHer«..' t- ''MalV.v in.! «'. _Nri-i._ I Xorth S-dncr r listem Subtirl*. Asrieiiltcral Groiicd, | S.i;. '.V. Karrow; louih Juil$vt, II. MilUnBfjn asil J. I. Ulact. ticoinl Cradc (Lnsur'i Cup Ccmi»!ti:i:ri) : South I V-£r.ey v Newtcwn, tfydrcy Cricket cir.iur.U. i. T. ; iiicliciaca; to-^ch jmlec-, same as for flr-t ^rraJc; Bjl* ::.uin v W'Ktrm Suburb.*, Agricultural liroiiii-J. '-': C. I

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

SOCCER TO-DAY. ? SPORTS GROUND. 4 no^SHv'aI2 ARKA' iSn.' Klnaro.1 | APJUSSIOX-SIAM), ML I

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

' SEMI-FINALS OF CITY CUP. GLEBE v. NEWTOWN, Sydney Cricket Ground. NORTH SYDNEY v. EASTERN SUBURBS. Agricultural Ground. * PRECEDED BY SEMI-FINALS LEAGUE CUP. ADMISSION, 6d; STANDS, 6d EXTRA. ...... . H, R. MILLER, Secretary.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE'S CITY CUP SEMI-FINALS TO-DAY Newtown Make Special Preparations and Hope to Upset Expectations of Powerful Glebe WINNING TEAMS TO-DAY WILL MEET IN CITY CUP FINAL NEXT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE'S CITY CUP SEMI-FINALS TO-DAY ;-???.?-- -y*~V ^^£* «^^-S» -*'**S5- -K^y ??'???!* ^^-v Newtown Make Special Preparations and Hope to Upset Expectations of Powerful Glebe WINNING TEAMS TO-DAY WILL MEET IN CITY CUP FINAL , NEXT WEEK By THE CYNIC. Things have been somewhat rr.oist undcrfoo: since the Arrow appeared last we:k. But a.* your true footballer revels in the rr.ud — when I.e lias to— the- tame has tone on as usu.il. , And the crowds rolled up as usual, almost, for | they need no great iun:J;r, since the leading i cruund.1, provide amplp protection to them iro;Ti \ the showers. On sutnc uf the outer grounds ; it is not so. and there one requires tj have ' very ardent enthusiasm to turn out to sec ! one's club dclvine in on the mud_ | The size of the attendance at the Agricultu- I ill Ground, where Eastern Suburbs adminis tered a merry drubbing to the premiers, was surprising on such a day as last Saturday, for I ill kinds of other sports, with one exceptio...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

SPORTS REQUISITES REDUCED 3 ? AT ANTHONY HORDERNS' SALE ? THE MARATHON BICYCLE BUILT OF BROWN'S FITTINGS AT OUR REDFERN FACTORY. Frame. Reynolds' Tubings : Front Forks, ; bos crown D forks, crown plated; Wheels. : 28in x ISin. Westwood steel rims, plated ? spokes ; Tyres, Oceanic covers and tubes ; ] guaranteed 6 months ; Handle Bars, re- I versible or half drop bar, with crips ; I Brake, front rim : Chain, Jin x lin ; 7in i cranl: ; Saddle, English; Pedals, 3Jin., ? Phillips, rat-trap or rubber ; Finish, Black (stove enamel), of good quality. Reduced to i Complete with Tool Bag, set , of Tools. Oil Can. Infiator, and Clips. Usual Price, £6 '15/.. £6 5 0 If fitted with Eadic Coaster Hub. Usual Price. £7 5 ? £6 15 0 Or whh Eadie 2-speed Coaster Hub ? extra £10 0 Ladies' Marathon Bicycle, .extra £10 0 WITH DUNLOP TYRES. 20 EXTRA. SPORTS REQUISITES Reduced to Boys' Bats. No. 5. Usu«I Price. 2,6 each ? ? 2/ WarsopV. Cane Handle Bans. Usual Price. 16,'G ? H' Force Bits XXX. Usual Price. ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TELEPHONE POOR BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

THE TELEPHONE POOR BOX. The old-timer stood looking in Anthony Hor derns' electrical apparatus shop window. His pants were frayed and his boot heels rested diagonally on the pavement. 'Wishing,' he said, as his friend approached. 'And speaking of wishes, here's one that occurs to me as worth wishing : ' 'I wish I had this day all the coppers dropped into the public telephones that are not returned when people don't get their numbers or the line is busy, or, for some reason or other, the operator appears to have died on the job and the person calling gets disgusted with waiting and hangs up.' 'I wish I had those coppers this day,' said the Old-Timer with a sigh.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Periscopic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

Veris-L°pKl£eps By CISEAUX. The fleetest thing in the world — the Ger man fleet. The firm of Kaiser and Co. have succeeded against the British in the North Sea as effee lively as they have done against the French at Verdun. In the United States they appear to be very anxious to coin a new word in place of 'hy- phenated American.' What is wrong with Americ Hun ? In view of the meat riots in- Germany, all those who have a steak in the country are probably beginning to feel a trifle uncom fortable. Bill : 'Is it the kind of a play yon can take a Rirl to see?' Will : 'No, it's the kind you can't keep her away from.'' We must no longer call women the weaker sex. seeing that so many of them are carry ing the mails in old England. We read that in a Yorkshire town eleht local ladies are in training in the belfry of the parish church to replace the ringers who have been called to the colors. Probably the only recorded instance of the belles turning out the ringers. 'I want a glass suitable f...

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