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THE YELLOW AND THE GREEN [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

THE YELLOW AND THE GREEN The battles of old between Larry Foley and Sandy Ross are touched on by Taurus in The Referee this week : 'Although it is a well-known axiom that science knows no politics, party feeling is apt sometimes to enter into it. It is known to have crept into boxing in New South Wales at odd times, and it was apparent when many years ago Sandy Ross and Laurence Foley fought. It created a stir among sensi tive people, who made a great outcry against the resurrection of what they called a brutal pastime.' Taurus supplements this with tie following for the special edification of Arrow readers: ?The details of the Foley-Ros» fight had been supplied to the Evening News of that day by a celebrated sporting writer. Dick Thatcher. He was allowed, under the sub-editorship of Jack Haynes, to defend fisticuffs as tending towards the breeding of a virile race. 'Dick Thatcher's account of this bout, into which so much sectarian feeling was imparted, was most amusing. A couple o...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BELONG TO GET THERE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

BELONG TO GET THERE SOCIETY. The Shoremen Belong to me society oi uec There, for a run of nine successive wins— many extremely close and exciting — is a record to be proud of. Such an echievement brings confi dence, and confidence carries a side a long way towards victory if, as is the case here, there are more ways than one of piling up the scores. The challengers have the ability to put up something real in the way of a challenge, and one gives them an even chance of bringing home the bacon. Heavy, willing forwards and good, nippy backs, together with Jackson's suc cessful kicking, are good enough to win any game. It will be played at Mosman Oval, and this, I am told, means a whole lot to some of the local men.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY UNION BIG PROGRAMME: SENIORS AND SCHOOLS ARE BUSY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

RUGBY UNION t- ? BIG PROGRAMME: SENIORS AND SCHOOLS ARE BUSY By THE WINGER. There is much to take the eye in the M.R.U. fixtures to-day. The list is probably the moat cttractivc submitted this season, ior trie re arrangement of school fixtures has made neccs tary the playing of some of thete Barnes on Saturdays. A clashing of two teams like ihe King's School and St. Ignatius' College, in con junction with the attractive contests among the senior clubs, makes a programme for the fans to pick and choove from. The leaders — if there can be leaders in these non-competition times — will have a tough pro position in the Field Artillery from the Warren Camp. The Red and Black fifteen have some extremely sound material to work on if they can command their full strength. And though many of the men in camp furnish solid support to other teams to-day, the F.A. should be able to put a side into the field able to make the Shoremen move along as fast as they have been forced to travel in some of ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. Final of City Cup Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. J'inal of Citv Cup Comncllliun. Hotter.. Sul.urb, -? Olcbc .Sy.hiry liiA.-t linion.l. 3.15. I. McWahon Touch ju'Jir*^, V\. t arrow ami ]{. Mil ?'.'''I '' ,'«»6TO Cup Competition.— Western Suburbs v fcouth .Sydney, Sydnpy trii.)M.-t Uround, -2. V. Itusscll Touch judeca. Nimc ai lor lira Kradc. Kinal of Military anil -\ai-al rompcUion.-«lh tto. serve. Sydney Cricket tiroiiml, li.ii. A. |i. Ttornlon. Touch JwIbm. IL Hduiirdi ami f. I'. .vcglB -.lullen~i- School.' Malch.-Svdncy v Ncwcaitlr- Svdnev ^urd/a'nTc-p.'.^.^ '??°'CU- T-''h ^' «?

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY LEAGUE'S CUP FINAL TO-DAY WILL CLOSE SEASON Glebe Anticipate Preventing Eastern Suburbs Winning the Cup Three Years in Succession BOTH TEAMS AT THEIR BEST BEST BATTLE OF CAMPAIGN MIGHT BE SEEN [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

RUGBY LEAGUES CUP FINAL TO-DAY WILL CLOSE SEASON r - ?v -v -v -^*»-y ty^~y ^fr'**^ -?«???» -??*??- 'J * ' Glebe Anticipate Preventing Eastern Suburbs Winning the Cup Three Years in Succession BOTH TEAMS AT THEIR BEST BEST BATTLE OF CAMPAIGN MIGHT BE SEEN ? By THE CYNIC. The season will end this afternoon with the City Cup final between Glebe and Eastern Suburbs *t the Sydney ' Cricket Ground. The dose comes a trifle earlier than would have been the case in normal times, for there is still some nip in the air. Cricketers and surf bathers do not yet feel called to their favorite exercises, but the first touch of warm weather must be close at hand, and when it wafts in on us, thoughts of football will vanish. By the time next season comes along it is devoutly hoped the war will have ended, or so spent itself that the finale will be only days ?head, with fucccss to the Allies. It will be a £nnd day in sport as in every other department .of life when the word goes forth that peace is pro...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOLS' CHALLENGE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

SCHOOLS' CHALLENGE MATCH. j \i:WC\STl.i:. --li.ind. iiill-l'ail : Csan, Wrir, M.ij.ry, IS111I, tlii.r-qu.irtcrs; I'nnii-. IIm.Imi, lulf-lmrli.; Ij.-a ;V, IMi-ll. I'larli. li!.'lliuni. IMrn-n. I'.ilmrr, n.rv..n.|,j Ualiu ,-un l.il*. I'imcll. IIp.mh. r,s-n-. HM'-\KY.--Sl.wiis iKnrcM l.'d,-.'i. d^Munl.; --V,,n. I,,.;- (Mirrv Hills), l-''Xci:i (.St. lli-n.-ti;.l',l, 'lu.tr (Si. Hi iit-.li- 1 ?='». V.uxM'-h (l\oKar«!ij. Uir.i-|i:a:lni; l-'aitjn iWittttiru'll ?«!'-? W'iiUli lWc-tini.1 II. lull-lurk?; Mrmn'iM. IVfuicf.-). [??lUSernid (hVli-1 l.nil'.i ). lljlc iXnrth v-dneu, i-'rasrr (KnRcrdliJ. lMyli- iVnrtli Syl nrv) Sn'nnt '(Nnrlh Svilm-y), li.rwar.lr: '. riifp.v ISI. Benedict '/?). Vili-nliim (Wcmifad), \Var:u-r iKngnMa), Mi-Nally (Koro-l Lodge), reserve*.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY LEAGUE TEAMS TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

, RUGBY LEAGUE TEAMS TO-DAY. rinai ol uty Cu;i Competition. KASTlilW Si:iJl:itBS.--U. dullls, fii'Mudi- «? «... H'liffer, r.. Ciiliitt. 11. Gill.cn, K. Mrlieliir 'thrtr K'timft™' °' 1U'kCr' Wl 1I'--'!W;'). ''? Un*: J(;lJCBK.— li.' Proctor, full-back; T I^»c0 u ':~ I n,l, A. Uo|P«ski, II. Uol.-»,ki. A. Wrf-Si ?,„'? .?fVl I emitted), thrrL-qiurtcn: K. (;ullui,-rier, A. lluiir- half .VDonnrll. S. Port, (or»ard«; II. .\,!ini, \ jXLn,,' S Qultfc-y. \V. Honson, M. Doernrr r?£n-o«' Jol*'-t0'' Final of Military and \iival Camp,'- t jn-notkion OTII AfSTHAUAN ti.MIUIKC)'.' AllTII.I.KItV.. (;°r^rr j l!--irp-, Kfir, Ilireo-.iuurteii; i;uiin.'re War./ am' u^'i' ivrr'—u,;! SSrinSuf h.u''^-'^ '^ vi'ri^'loii'nvn.' (Mr llan/ry.'ri-KTv'r. '''''' -'!''''1- 'c jtovAi, ai.'.-ttkaman n.wai, hks:-:kvi:.-.j ,.o. 1««. full-l.a:!. : .1. Kus.-on, l\ Uawl.in.,, ji. K| ' ''V IMlt^rMin, tlnvc-riinrl.TS I'. Wnlil.hui,!, \v -?1|ij',.., hiilf-hji'l.-.; »? lliintir, «. TIk-mim,,,, I'. n,.j|iv ',.' Hindi, ii. liiciuu...

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

MY VACATION. I ve written many tnings About the woods and such ; And when a hard-worked pressman sings The songs are never much. But when he sings, he sings about The things he thinks arc fine — Vacation days and haze and laze— Oh ! when do I get mine ? Vacation ? 'Tis a pretty word I It means three weeks of air. And trees and breeze and winging bird. And lots of fun up mere ! It means a saucy mountain stream, A rod, a hook, a line. Vacation days and haze and laze— Oh I when do I get mine ? He was just back from 'somewhere in France,' ana was, in the railway carriage on his way home, being worried not a littie by one ot those dear Kind ladies who seem to consider tliat tneir only mission in life at the moment is to pester every knaki boy they meet with endless questions aoout what ne did, said, and thought while at the front. For a long time this particular came had pUed the warrior with Sabulous inquiries, and consequently he v. as getting a littie led up with it. 'Have you brought...

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

Teris(ppicW?ps By CISEAUX. The Anstrians are upset to find that the Russians are getting Hungary. But it's nothing to how the Germans will feel when the French men are gathering in the Rhine-o. Francois : 'Why do you say Von Hlnden burg is a heavyweight ?' Jean : 'Because he is a Ten-ton General.'' . Conn* Tisra, the Hungarian Premier, call* the Russian victories 'local successes.' HU motto evidently being, if you cannot deny re verses, local lies them. He was applying for exemption from actlvo service at the Margate tribunal in the Old Land one fine day in June. He said he was partly employed as a doctor's chauffeur and partly on funeral work. Synonymous terms, some people think. A plague of rabbits is complained of by farmers in many parts of England, and the reason is said to be the general calling-np of gamekeepers. It is impossible to make any real impression on their numbers by trappinc, the only way they can be dealt with while tho crops arc standing. Um ! Berlin meat famine ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THREE WINNERS AT WARWICK FARM RACES ON MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

THREE WINNERS AT WARWICK FARM RACES ON MONDAY Mr. T. E. Walton's brown colt Dynasty, by Prudent King (Imp.) — Miss Gresford, winner of the Thrce-ycar-old Handicap. Mr. A. Collins' bay gelding AMI, by Hyman— Chotaranee. winner of the Pace Welter Mr. S. R. Lomond's Day mare Mythic, by Machine Gun — Hecuba, winner of tho Liverpool Mile.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
READ THIS ; IT IS VERY PRETTY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

READ THIS ; IT IS VERY PRETTY. Twenty thousand dollars were raised by the big benefit pcrlormance given at the Hippo drome, New lork, for the Fund for the War's Blind. The whole Hippodrome show was fciven, but an unexpectea and touching feature was contributed by Miss Billic Burke, who hrst recited some lines in her own unique and latciniiiing manner and combined with her re citation an element ot surprise. Miss Burke's 'turn' went thut : I am B°'nt to asK a simple thing of you, Something that may cause you all to smile. Watch me, and do exactly as I do For juot a very, very liulfc while. Hold out your hands, palms up— that's right. Now place them firmly on your eyes. You must not peep until 1 say, 'Time's up,' Kor that would nnm! our litilf /*nt^rnript#- At the word 'enterprise,' all lights went out, leaving the house in darkness until the speaker cried. 'Time's up.' In the darkness =hc pro ceeded : Here in the darkness I appeal to you For those whose eyes arc blinded for a!l lime....

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

NEUTRAL AMERICANS ! At a big matinee at the New York Hippo drome recently in aid of the blind soldiers a poem was read by Mrs. Helen Ruth Davis* entitled: — GREAT BRITAIN. Our hearts were not set on fishting, We did not pant for the fray. And whatever wrongs need righting we coum not nave met that way; But the way that has opened before us Leads on through a blood-red field; And we swear by the great God o'er us We will die, but we will not yield. The battle is not of our making. The war was never our plan. Yet, all that is sweet forsaking, We march to it, man by man. It is cither to smite or be smitten; There's no other choice to-day. And we live as befits the Briton, Or we die aa the Briton may. We were not fashioned for cages. Or to feed from the keeper's hand. Our strength that has grown through ages Is the strength of the lilave-free land. We cannot kneel down to a master; To our God alone we pray; And we stand in this world disaster To fight, like a lion at bay. The New York c...

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

She is posting the Referee to the boy in khaki of whom she is so proud. . Ho may be in France or Egypt or somewhere on the way to tho front Our foot ballers, cricketers, boxers, lawn tennis players, rowing men, cyclists, and racing men have all respon ded to the call. Don't forget them. Tho boys of Anzac in the trenches ask for Tho Referee more than any other newspaper. They are more interested in sport than In any other topic, save the pressing one of whipping the Ger man. The Referee helps them to get a mental respito from their grim and ter rible surroundings.

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

HAVE THAT DIBTY AND SOILED SUIT RENOVATED BY M. H. THOMAS n itST!niEBr Expert demer nnj Prreser. He m'n nrfj it equal to Now at Moderate Orrge. CAT. h WEITE, or 'PHONE. CITY «3.

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

j I ? ? ? ? —— ? ?? ? ? — I The Great Money-saving Remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP, CATARRH, and other Chest and Throat Troubles, earns BLAND HOLT'S GRATITUDE: ^' -VV ... i * §j Though Bland Holt retired from the stage several years ago, his name remains evergreen, and the appearance of ths ftb&ve mawitge written In his characteristic Ej callgraphy, will revive many pleasant memories of the famous actor-manager and hie numerous melodramas produced as only he knew how.. _„.,.. n, ? K Like Bland Holt, thousands of people have contracted crurchyard coughs, an d felt like passing hence^ till Hean'B Essence came to 'The Great Rescue' Tvip Flying 19 Colors,' just when they considered they were 'livSlghtof St Paul's.' Had they become heirs to 'The Great Mlllipnaire,' or learned that they had drawn The Derby H Winner' in Tatt's, they could not have been more delighted than they were with the recoveries effected tor them by Hean's Essence which they now proclaim to H -TThe World' as ...

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

ROSEHILL RACES (REGISTERED). . AUGUST MEETLBp. SATURDAY, AUGUS&26, 1916 SECOND HCRDIX RACE, 115 oovnMB mflca. CRANVILLE STAKES, 100 eovs. ForH*fa'orMs that ten never won a race exceeding the value of 75 aori at time of Btartinf; (Maiden Rai^. esccpted). 1 mile. DUNDAS ^HANDICAP. 125 eovs, 7 furlonsj. MAIDEN PLATE (Special Weights), 110 eovs. For Time year-olds and upwards. Maidens at time of sUrtinc. Three yean, 7st 101b; four years, Sst 81b; five yearJ and upwards, Sst 81b. The usual allowance to maref and geldings. 6 furlongs. \ AUGUST HANDICAP, 125 sovj, 1 mile 3 fuilongs. CARLlNGFOitD MILE, 115 Kva. Lowest handicap weight, Set. 1 m.le. A^.C. Rules and Regulations. » Entrance Fee for each Rare, Ten Shilling*. No eotjy will be received without the ueces&iry ree. ENTRIES close 4 p.m. on MONDAY, AUGUST It, MM. . GEO. W. S. ROWE, Secretary, Kosehill Racecourse. Co. Ltd. 32 Eliabeth-stTeet. Sydney. KEMBLA GRANGE RACES TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916. FLYING HANDICAP .. 6 furl...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUCCESS OF PROMINENT DERBY CANDIDATE THANA'S GOOD WIN [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

SUCCESS OF PROMINENT DERBY CANDIDATE THANA'S GOOD WIN Thana, who is one of the most prominent of this year's Derby candidates, was given a run at Newcastle on Wednesday, and won the Shorts very nicely, although by no means easily. As it is almost eight weeks before the Derby is run, it will be seen Thana is fairly forward and will bo a hard nut to crack in the Rosehill or Hawkesbury Guineas. She car ried 8.8 on Wednesday and ran the seven fur longs in a fraction over lmin 29sec. which is not bad going. The field behind her was not of much account, but it is gratifying to know she is going on well. Thana is not by any means big. but carries weight rather well, as her third in the Champagne Stakes with 9.4 demonstrated. When last down here she had rather an ugly knee, but it did not seem to trouble her ; and as I have heard nothing mentioned about it recently, it is evidently O.K. Mr. Brown, by the way. tias anotner possiDie Derby candidate in Colbert, who a by Tressady from that prol...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARDIGAN'S TURF GOSSIP WOLAROI'S WINNINGS A GREAT RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

CARDIGAN'S TURF GOSSIP WOLAROI'S WINNINGS A GREAT RECORD Wolaroi is now working at Rar.dwick, con sequent on B. Quinn Bet'.ins a No. 1 trainers license, and, although iic has not done much, is going on as well as his numerous supporters could wish. The little black is =t a very short price for the Derby, but one cannot blame the books keeping him on the safe side, as on form he stands alone at the head of tho:.e of his c£t. He has only been unplaced once, that being in the Gimcrack Stakes ; and, as it may be of in terest, 1 will append his record : First A.J.C. Breeders' Plate ? £2563 Second A.J.C. December Stakes.. .. 300 First V.R.C. Sires' Produce Stakes.. 1717 lnira v.K.u. Ascot vaic oiaKca .. i'' First Hawkcsbury Flying Handicap 103 First A.J.C. Champagne Stakes .... 2417 Total ? £7205 His stable-mate Kasicoart has only won one race, but is nevertheless at a short price also for the Derby. Eastcourt is considerably more backward in condition than Wolaroi. and it is only this we...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPS FOR WALLSEND TO-DAY By The Arrow Newcastle Special. CHARITY HANDICAP: (6 furlongs.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

TIPS FOR WALLSEND TO-DAY By The Arrow Newcastle Special. CHARITY HANDICAP: (6 furlongs.) ODD GUN ? 1 Linistre ? 2 Kenilic ? 3 BOOKMAKERS' PURSE : (7 furlonEs.) TARILLA ? 1 Mount Alf ? 2 Jean Mostyn ? 3 HOSPITAL SANDICAP : (11 mile.) SCOUTMASTER ? 1 Blueberry ? 2 Yankee York ? 3 NURSES' HANDICAP : (6 furlongs.) POSIDA ? , ? 1 Accordeon ? 2 Malt Foam ? 3 CONVALESCENT HANDICAP : (1 mile and 20 yards.) MODIFY ? 1 Persian Cat ? 2 Pounce ? - ?? ?? 3 The August meeting of the Rosekfll Racing Club is a fixture for the 26th inst. Entries close at 4 P-m. on Monday. August 14, with the secretary, Mr. G. W. a Rowe. Probable starters and riders in the Australian Steeplechase this afternoon are: — Booligal, A Halstead; Widden, E. Moon; Artillery Bill, A Hawkins; Admiral Grand, R. Connelly; Rend rock, Mr. W. G. McLean; Highland Clan, G. Scobie; Busra, R. McLeveny; Raheny. W. Law; Helot, C. O'Neil; Glenquinn, A. Collitt; Battleship, A. G. Carter; Westaway, K. Baird; and Bonnie George, by A. J. Bird...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916

MAITLAND RACES CUP MEETING ! SATURDAT^AUGUST 26 £700 PRIZE MONEY £700 OPEKINU HANDICAP, of £120. 6 furlong*. UUTilERFOUD WELTER HANDICAP, of £70, 7 fur longs. Lowest weight, 7rt 71b. STEWARDS' HANDICAP, of £50. 9 farlongt. For three-year-olds only. THE UAITLAND CUP, a handicap of £300, necand hone £50, and third horse £20 from the prize. H mile 50 yards. SOV1CK HANDICAP, of £60. 8 furlongs. For all horses that have not von u nee exceeding £23' in value at time o( ttarting. CLIFTON' FINAL HANDICAP, of £100. 1 mile. H.YTltlES CLOSE on THURSDAY. AUCCST 17, 1018, at i p.m., with MB. K. WOODBURY, Imperial Arcade Castlcreagh Street, SYDNEY, or at 0 p.m. with the undi-rsigncd. ENTRANCE FEE FOR CUP, £1. Acceptance at Scales £1. Entrance fee all other races 10/, no acceptance. For ALLAN- ANDERSON, Tel, No. 00. Km-eLitf llaitlsnd Jockey Cluk | West Maitland.

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