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REAL AFFECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

REAL AFFECTION. I love to see the scribes at work. It fills mv soul with joy; ?' ? I love to hear the desk man snout ?'Hey! You there! Copy boy.1' ' .1 love to see a speedy man Turn out a corking head; 1 love to sec the linotype Turn written words to lead. I love to hear the presses roar ? . Away down underground. I love to watch the big pink rollr * As swiftly they're unwound. I love to sncll of printer's ink — I love the game, I do. And once a week, Oh, happy day, I love the cashier, too!

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

CRICKET CHATTER. me Biackham Ball of undying sporting me mory nearly suffered an undeserved total eclipse on being forward-d to the Public Li brary by Mr. E. E. Bean, the acting-hon. sec cretary of the V.C.A. Everybody knows that the famous ball was used the first time Australia beat England on level terms on English soil— the great seven runs' victory of 1882. It was the most valued possession that Old Jack held. Many times had he been offered large sums of money for it, but he was always unresponsive. But^thc grand old sport could not resist the appeal of cur wounded and stricken heroes. By means of Ihc ball over £700 was collected for the Australian sick and wounded. Mr. Mat Ellis «?:?-- the author of the movement, and suggested that sovereign subscription* be taken for the ball. The golden quids rolled in apace, tin the magnificent result stated was attained. It was then decided that the veritably golden snowball which had been set rollinj should be suitably mounted and presente...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIFLE BIG PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP By RANGE-FINDER. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

THE RIFLE ? $ ? BIG PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY : THE WEEK'S GOSSIP By RANGE-FINDER. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. A M.P. Si.ii iy .'.?.?ninun .\nrundalo -Vortil Vfini-y a ;5h «?.„ ,,„„„,„„ !'r,::aan' T'rsr''' ';' ''''?'. I ctcndmm !','?:-' li.rram.lu :'? ''''' . Tnlillc WorU Drrirtmtnt r, i ? ,' ,r' '?i'1'1'1 -'?* ln.t!lcilo n.i-,.,.^11 1 ii.iriwii-k i I. -mW.;' :;!,: rl., ^fr^'''''1'' IVPt' | /-?ei^i r.i I nuilrnmon M-athfii-W l.t-ichhjr,:; U'unilcrlidl .Mftr-Kniu-i Wawrlfy -!.n..l;i:if Yorkshire Society

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

No fewer than 34 club* have been allotted targets at Randwick for this afternoon, so, granted fine weather, the ransi should be a busy spot. A visitor to the range report? tha' on Satur day last :here was not a sinsle rifleman on the mounds by 5.20 p.m. Six o'clock closing lias, he concludes, defi nitely settled the argument concerning lite ? hour at which the t2rgc'.s shall go down. i Lect riflemen should feel hurt at the incinua tion, it is suggested th.-.t lie's probably a marker, with a grievance against the bullseycs by-moonliEh'. brigade. An old correspondent — C. Klau-,. of Graflcn. writes to say that the local club, of v/hich he is now secretary. l:.is c::joyed a prosperous sea son, despite the fdU I'.-.ai during the whole year only 10 duvs verc dcvo:ed to competition shooting. Financially tlic liub ir. in a very sound posi tion, there briiu at the close of '.he year a credit balance n: close upon £17. notwith standing that donations of £10 10 each to the Patriotic and Austr...

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

SMALL LORE NOTK3. ' When in Melbourne recently. Captain Dakin. secretary of the N.H.A.. was shown by Major Osbornc photos of a fine new miniature rifle range recently constructed by the Department in a central position in Brisbane. The Direc tor r.f Rille Association appeared to lake a great interest in r.-.iniaturc shooting, and wa-» very prcuil of this particular range, which i- one of the most up-to-date yet built in Aus tralia. As another bip r;.T;c has just been completed ?n Perth, it wo-jld iccm that -now is the time to act if the miniature shots of Sydney arc rcrions about their project ior the erection of : a big central ranee in tl-.i-, city. Miniature ' shooting offers bis possibilities in the matter 1 of teaching cai'ets the first jirinciples of | musketry. ai;J for ihat reason the Department ! t i-, evidently fceen on fostering it. j Mosm3n-Ntutral Eav Club should presently prove a power to be reckoned with in small DUDLEY WEBB Tweniy-r.i:ie year-, aso Dudley Webb won th...

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

ATHLETICS By ARGUS. The Walking and F.G. Club's events, post poned from last Saturday on account of the rain will be decided this afternoon at the Aus tralian Football Ground, Mascot. They com prise a one mile waik and a discus throw — both handicaps. There were several records established last 1 Saturday in connection with the cross-country championship at Randwick. It was the first oc I casion upon which only one club (Botany Harriers) could muster a team, the field was the smallest known, and vhc weather about the worst experienced. Harold Haydcn, who won so decisively, thus scoring his third successive victory, is probably the best cross-cour.iry runner in the Common wealth to-day. He lias a good action, and stays well, and last Saturday he was going as last at the finish as at the start. His perform ance was full of merit. ' A visiting athlete is always at a certain dis i advantage, but I am of the opinion that Hay dcn would beat Hamilton, the champion of i Queensland, in any w...

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

[?] grw?CorbeiT«9Saai I do not mind any writer using my matter, or any part of it. as pabulam for his own v.on:. bul ) have a decided objection to bein;; .:ii3rcpicrciitcd. A Sydney scribe wrote on Fri 'lay of last week: 'I recently read an illumina tive article on driving ;ind its inllucnce on match winning, in which the writer quoted ! I -larry Motes an:! W. A. Blackstonc as two uf I the finest drivers lie has seen here, men who j cr.n be depended utioti tn take nut thr howl ot jack aimed at. or ro somewhere near it. j Only the most proficient players, it wis i.tatcd, coiild do ihi:-. Doubtless the veteran meant that only the most proficient could get the drive accuraloly, for practically every bowler in Sydney can get somewhere near i'..' Then j he eojs on filling up space with some further i icmarks in the connection. The 'illuminative i article' referred to was mine, and it appeared I in the Referee of a couple of days before. j I certainly wrote nothing at all which might have...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT HER KIND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

NOT HER KIND. 'I would like to sec Mr. Jones, the editor,' said the fair young thing to the boy who guards the entrance way to the editorial sanc tum. 'Yer cant sec him now.' answered the boy. 'He's upstairs makin' up.' 'Well, then, will you pL-ase tell him that Miss Belvassar would like to see him regard ing a poem of hers which he has failed to pub lish, as soon as he has finisheil his toilet ? ' And all the tough youth aid in reply was : | 'Ilully cee I '

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF NOTES MANLY LINKS WILL PROBABLY BE RETAINED FOR THE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

GOLF NOTES MANLY LINKS WILL PROBABLY BE RETAINED FOR THE CLUB By TEE TEE. The owners of the, Manly Golf links have given the club until the 15th inst. to find ou; whether they will be in a position to loUc over the course. The proceedings appear to be r,atist?.ct\:y to date, but it will be only by a united cfiort by the members and others that will permit of the links being retained. It would be a crcat calamity to the niirrbcrr.. | the village .in-.l visitor* from other clubs if the scheme to purchase the r.round fell ihroufh. i Debenture; arc heinc issue'J. which will beer Interest, and any number of then; may be tal-rcn up. Some have taken one. others twenty, and it is to be trusted that everyone will -!o h-z bts'.. otherwise the links will be Bon; fcr ever. The debentures arc in small amounts, vo tha*. all can help. L'ther. Lysa'ht and Walker are Roins to Mel- I bourne this week-end on Red Cross work. I i hope they will have good weather and n;ar.j^c j to set time for a r;ame on...

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

CHICK EVANS' VICTORY. At Minneapolis on Juni 30 Charles (Chick) Evans, jun., added to his laurels by winning the American open coif championship title at lWinikahda links with a total score of 2d6 for the 72 holes of champion play. Thus for the third time in four yeais premier hor.ors have been carried from th- annual tournament by an amateur, and this time by the best score fince the formation of the organisation in 1304. George Sargent, Minneapolis, won the open championship at Englewood. N.J.. in 19C9 with the best previous score, which was 200. Evans won the title by a marfiin of but two strokes, for Jack Hutchinson, a professional, of Pittsburgh, Pa., by clipping one stroke from the course record of 69. set by Evans the day before, turned in a card of 08 for the afternoon round to-day, which Rave him a total ot 288. J. M. Barnes, Philedclphin professional, was third with 290. Par for tht course is 72, and the course record was 70 until lowered by a btrolie yesterday by Evans. T...

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

CUMBERLAND CLUB DOINGS. The annuai 'Snioko ' o! the Cumberland Club, last weekend, attracted a bumper house and lar.tcd well on towards midnight, the. numbers end friends spending a mo.st enjoy able cvenins. The prucs for tile recent hill climbing championship were presented; B. wicKnum (-s Excelsior) receiving a line silver cup fcr !i:'s win of the All Powers' event, and F. Jenkins O: li.p. Rover) a nice gold inc^al for annexing 1 up to 600 C.C. championship. The annul! mee'.irig of the club will be held on or about August 20. when the pro gramme fcr the ensuing year will le -.^arped out. The year just closed is caiily the best this co-ahead club has had.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING BOOTH, DEPRIVED OF RECORDS, ON PROTEST, APPEALS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

MOTOR CYCLING BOOTH, DEPRIVED OF RECORDS, ON PROTEST, APPEALS By BEDE CARROLL. Jack Booth's luck is out, distinctly out. He has been deprived of the one and five miles world's record-, which he established last week. It is hard lucic. especially when the trivial grounds of the protest lodged against him u taken into consideration. It appears tha: the Australian champion, in his application for pernimion to make his record attempts, only requested the Victorian Club to check Hm it; a ten miles' ride. He attacked the one an:l five rr.ilci— both held by him;c'f— the sa;r.c d.-.y. however, r.nd was duly checked in all three rides by the officials of the Victorian Club. Mr. J. FerRuson, a mem ber of the committee of the Victorian Club, entered a protest against Booth's one and five miles' figures bcins rccocniscd, on the grounds that Booth, after his attempts on the previous . week, applied for permission again to attack the ten miles, 'but omitted to make a request for permission lo att...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPORT REPENTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

QNGL UPON] [If^k IN SPOPT REPENTANCE. ' The amber beer was slowing In crystal glasses long; The care-free air was Mowing With music, mirth and song. We fear not for to-morrow j 'Oh, let the liquor flow ! Cash we can quickly borrow. So let the money go !' Alas 1 this is to-morrow. And things — not I — are tight. And so I mourn in sorrow The early closing blight ! ' .

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONE AGAINST THE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

: ONE AGAINST THE JUDGE. The story goes that a well known judge was informed one day that his caddie was bet ting on the game-. The judge, realising that his game was decidedly off color, and feeling sorry that any one should lose on account of his poor playing, remarked to the boy: 'My son, I heard that you have been bet ting on this came.' 'Yes, sir,' said the boy; 'but it w*s only a small amount, sir.' 'Well, that is all right; I will repay you {or all that you have lost,' returned the judge. 'Oh, but I didn't lose, sir,' said the boy guickly. 'I bet that you wouldn't hit it «t all the first time you stepped up to the tee.'

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

THE VETERAN IS SLIGHTLY MIXED. Cyclist: 'How far Is it to Slumpton V Old Identity: 'Oh, about, seven moile as the cock crows.' — (Cycling.)

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

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Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

GREAT CHARITY AND ASSURANCE DAY. Be wilh the Crowd «t the SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND FINAL OF CITY CUP, 3.15. Eastern Suburbs v. GSebe Preceded by early fir.tures at 11.30, 12.45 and 2 p.m. ' GATES OPEN AT 11 A.M. COME EARLY AND AVOID THE CRUSH. ADMISSION. 1/; STANDS 1/ EXTRA. H. R. MILLER, Secretary.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN GLEBE AND EASTERN SUBURBS FOR THE CITY CUP.: WHICH WILL TAKE THE HONOR S THIS AFTERNOON.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER NOTES KNOCK-OUT COMPETITION STARTS TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

SOCCER NOTES KNOCK-OUT COMPETITION STARTS TO-DAY By VOLUNTEER. It was previously decided to hold up tir. knock-out competition for the First League tlubs till the round of games deferred from July ?9 (the wet day) had been contested. Last Mon day, however, the Association agreed to get on with the 'sudden death' competition and plav off the first round to-day and allow the gamci, scheduled for July .'9 to lapse. A loss to-day means oblivion. Annandale, the premiers of 1316. arc opposed to North Sydney at the Cricket Ground (No. 2 area). The effective play of Carroll anp Co. during the season compels one to express the belief that the 'Dales should have no difficulty, and the fact that on the tv.o occasions the pair have met this season the verdict has gone Ihcir way (10-0 and 2-1). bracketed with North's 0-2 loss last Saturday, lends color to the belief. It Bhould refresh Norths to remember that in th= Gardiner Cup competition last year their com petitors of to-day were bottled up b...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

SOCCER TO-DAY. S:'-HTI CiUillM' CKX'KHT Clint 'NIJ. .No. J SI.T\ l»r I-Viturw.) ' '?' 'KNOCK OIT' lOM!'ETITIi-N.

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