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UNIVERSITY MOBILISED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

UNIVERSITY MOBILISED. Through being mobilised in camp. University will not be abl- Co compete. In fact, {he 'Var ^ty team has practically now finished the sea son, for it is unlikely that ar(v more games will be played. Even the knock-out competition on ?eptember 2 will find it inconvenient lor the Collegians to defend their title, won on July I last.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD-TIMERS AT MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

OLD-TIMERS AT MANLY. At Manly a Rood deal of enthusiasm is being shown in the Past v. Present game in connec tion with the charity carnival. This is now an annual fixture, and the club, by helping the very worthv local institution, is also provided with an excuse to get together all the old plavers- for a reunion. Among the Past team tn-Axv m.;I1 K» «»-n ih*- *verrreen Haoov Kvre. O. G. H. Merrett, C. D. Bell. J. Morgan. P. O'Grsdy. and i-thers. with whom Father Ttro» has dealt lishtly. A sports programme will also be carried out. and the afternoon promise* some good entertainment. Ncrth Sydney-Mosman will have Army Ser vice Corps as opponents on the local ovaL Fresh from their very convincing win against A.M.C. last Saturday, and with recollections of their very narrow defeat at the hands ot the Shoreman in their only other contest this year, the soldiers will turn out with plenty of con fidence in their abilitv to turn the table*. The teim went cown against superior goal-Wckinr in...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHANGE OF STABLES EASTCOURT NOW IN J. BURTON'S CARE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

A CHANGE OF STABLES EASTCOURT NOW IN J. BURTON'S CARE. ? I i The prominent Derby candidate. Eastcour:, | has gone into J. Burton's stable to be prepared | for the Spring events ;_ while Hecate, another I of Mr. Scaton's horses, has been transferred from Burton's to Quinn's care. Eastcourt looks , well, but decidedly burly, and it is extremely doubtful whether Burton will be able to hav: him ready for our Derby. Even if he docs run, the chances are he will be a better horse by the time the Melbourne menings come round. Of course, Eastcourt may come on quickly, anJ. being a big-birrelled horse, his condition m=y be deceptive. But at present it does not Io-jI: as if he will be forward enough to do him«i-l- justice at the A.J.C. meeting.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPIRIT OF THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

THE SPIRIT OF THE GAME. A« far ?s I can learn, Rcr Fusedale will rave the full strcmth of Y.M. available, so ?o.t;c; :pirklins incidents should occur. Refe- ! rcc Hrrry Bosv.-ard will ree that the pace does rot suffer. The ex-City and Suburban captain is handling the qarnes in fine style. 'He is the rrfcrrc th£ players seem to understand better i than anyone else.' is the way a prominent en- | thdsiast described Bosward to me the other clay. In those few words lies-?he secret of j rood referecir.s. The £rssping of the spirit :?- the Raire.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONCERNING CYKLON METROPOLITAN HIS MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

CONCERNING CYKLON METROPOLITAN HIS MISSION. I ? i Cyklon, who has, since the weights appeared, been a strong order for the Metropolitan, is now said to be a sure starter for that race, which rather points to the idea that Cyklon's , recent backing has been on behalf cf the s able. A Melbourne writer, who recently saw the Spearmint horse, says he is as round as an apple, and. in great heart to begin strons v. ork for the A.J.C. meeting. ; Cyklon has been rather a disappointment, notwithsts.nding he has won four races in Aus tralia, bill, it must not be forgotten three of those (Elder Stakes, Parkside Stakes, ar.u Birthday Cup) were won in Adelaide, where the class is not up to the average. His two best performances in Australia up to date were Ins St. Guorec Stakes win and his third in the Caulfield Cup to the lightly-weighted Lavendo and William the Silent. At that time it was said lie was not at his best, so if Scobic can improve ilim on that, then the Metropolitan is as good as wo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY UNION UNIVERSITY HAVING MOBILISED WILL CLOSE SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

RUGBY UNION ? « ? UNIVERSITY HAVING MOBILISED WILL CLOSE SEASON By THE WINGER. Interest to a large extent centres to-day in the «econd meeting of Glebe-Balma:n and Y.M.C.A. at the Grammar School Ground. In the early engagement the former we:e success ful in a good game, in which spe:d and re rcurce of their backs triumphed over a side not r,o well combined. Since then, heweyer. the Y.M.'s have worked into a fine combina tion. Jonc of their games have shown bright football and they have had practically the seme rren to select from in all their engagc r-.cnts— a rarity in these days of ci.i.. ,o khnki. I The pity of it so far ar. this fixture is con- j ccrneJ is that Larry Wogan may be without seme of his star players. His side, in estab- , lirhing it»;lf as leaders, on records, in these i non-competition fixtures has done remarkably ! well. Man/ times the difficulty in securing the I required fifteen players has been most acute, i However, the standard shown by the rejulars i has bee...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ROSEBERY MEETING AT VICTORIA PARK SEVERAL CLOSE FINISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

THE ROSEBERY MEETING AT VICTORIA PARK SEVERAL CLOSE FINISHES. Roscbery held their meeting at Victoria Park on Wednesday afternoon, when a great crowd put in an appearance, and even though they did not win — or the majority of them didn't — they at least witnessed some good racing. But rac ing is such a business nowadays that good finishes do not tend to enthusiasm by punters, unless, of course, they backed the winners in the close finishes. The Flying Handicap was run in two hcat3. For the first there was little between Kaloolah and Duncannon at the close of operations, although the chances are the latter was the better backed. Steel On was also well supported, and. getting to the front early, he led to within' a stride or two c-f the ! post, when Bri.ieis. finishing well, made a dead 1 heat of it. with Dungannon a close third, just in front of Kaloolah. Briseis' performance was a fine one. and it is no exaggeration to say that she is easily the best pony now racing over short cours...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

STRENGTH AND SAFETY. Those, are the two things 'nervy' people want. You will find them combined in Hean'6 Tonic Nerve Nuts — the remedy which gives j you strong nerves by safe mean:. No injurious narcotics, no insidious stimulants, but a co/n- I bination of nerve food and medicines approved by medical scientists. A bottle containing ten days' treatment' costs 3/. or six bottles 17/3. If not obtainable from your chemist or store, send direct to G. W. Kcan, Manufacturing Chemist, 178 Castlereagh-street, Sydney.—*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIRST HORSE BACKED WOORAK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

THE FIRST HORSE BACKED WOOP.AK AGAIN. The first horse backed in the Epsom Handi cap last year was Woorak, and he held his position till he failed to get a place in the Chelmsford Stakes at Tattcrsalis Meeting. Garlin, who won the Chclmsford, then as suxed command of the quotations, but alter being there for a brief period, be was again ousted by Woorak, consequent on the Intier'a success in the Spring Stakes at Kosehiil. Woo rak held his plaie to the end. .inJ needbs-. to say, was successful. This year Woor=k was again picked out as soon as the weights appeared, and he was at the head of quota tions till last Monday, but the commission for Coslcllo was so big that tha: hor-e iii now a better favorite. However, despite the fact that close on £20 GOO was secured, or said to have been secured, about the son of Marco he will need to show some lorm to hV.il liL position in the iv.arkc! or in Sydney at any ratc, he may soon be supplanted again by V.'n* rak, v/nen the chestnut bc;,ins a fe...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S AUSTRALIAN RULES FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

TO-DAY'S AUSTRALIAN RULES FIXTURES. l.ragiii' : lUlniiin v Pjddington. Kii'linitten riaT cv.il I., llavid-nii . Xrummi v l.m Sj-iIkpj-, Sydney Y'riiUt Cmcitul. No. -'. \. limirinori- : Sydney \- South Sulm-i . \u.-'j|iuii l-'raiilull llni'inil, I-'. O'liiiM.v. .hinirr U-afr.il- : South Svdnr-y .Juni--r- v Burtrooi!, nni-iiriitlrn 11 n- f\..|, |.3li. C. V. Hvan : !l II \ s Tlniririi v llnlfrrn, S.i.im-y I 'rici.pt tiniun.l. Nc. ». .\. II. Ili-ilsn-r . ll'Jllbl,- IIj.'- v Ian -.i.lni-y, Aur.niliun Foot ball CJrwirol, -, 1' l.i-vii'r.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE DERBY CANDIDATES CHANCES OF THE FILLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

AMONG THE DERBY CANDIDATES CHANCES OP THE FILLIES. Kilboy continues to go well on the track, and on Thursday I thought he went particu larly nice over a moderate-timed six furlongs. He had for a companion Reval. and although that horse was giving him a length or two start they were together at the half-mile ; but in the run home the three-year-old was a couple of lengths to the good. Neither was fully ex tended. Kilboy pulled up all right, but I have heard that when he cools down he shows signs of lameness. It may be nothing, but those backers who fancy him for the Derby should wait a while before investing. He is such a he-ivy horse on top that I have heard doubt expressed as to whether he will ever stand a serious preparation. McLachlan rode him on Thursday, which may mean that that rider is to have the mount on the son of Kilbroney -n the Derby. Vfoiaroi continues to do well, and it will be a prcat advertisement for Kenilworth if that colt wins the Derby, as he was one of that si...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

COURSING By AMESBUIVr. The wind-up of the season at the V/oodstock j Enclosure. Rooty Hill, is now near at hand — | it takes place on the 31st inst. and September !. Under ordinary circumstances this would Vave been the picnic mcctitiR, with which the ] Association annually concludes its season, but owing to postponements in the case oi tl-.c Aus tralian Waterloo Cup, it has meant the push ing back of the St. Leger and Champion Cup p-eeting until right at the end of the season. : and thus this and the picnic meeting have been lombincd. i Given fine weather, we should witness two Eood days' sport on. olst inst. and 1st pros, i Although not actually the richest, the chief ' event is the N.S.W. Champion Cup. which is for an unlimited number of =11 ajes at 3s;s. ? with £10 added. The winner also holds the , Bateman Challenge Shield, to be won three times by the same owner bsforc becoming his pioperty, and at present hc:a by Mr. S. S. ' L'cnnett. This event was inaugurated in 1889. when ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tween Drinks [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

l^JZVMf By JOHN DKAYTON. . It isn't what a man was— it's what he has. Would it be proper to speak of an offensive telegram as a barbed wire ? To-day's thought for the war-time profit ?natcher : 'Prey without ceasing.' The Silent Woman- is the title of a new ?tory. Needless to say, it is fiction. Who started the war ? The devil, by his ?tent here below, Bill Hohcnzollern. The Gospel of Swinedom is what a Canadian piper calls the preaching of the Kaiser. How Is it that when a man has cash to pav «s he goes, he can get credit for anything he wants ? A medical journ.il says tall men live longer than short men. That may be so. Also, they are loneer dead. At Maurepas the Germans entrenched in the cemetery. This occupation was effected with out loss of life. ^A paper speculates : 'Chidlev may have been Judged by the coat he wore.' Alternatively : By the trousers he did not. Six o'clock closing is getting us a doubtful ?dvt. abroad. An American paper givra us a headline : 'Sydney gone sober...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Paper Reading for Man & Woman Latest War & General News Sport Comment by Experts REFEREE American Letters on Sport Pilot's Turf Features The Boxing World by W. F. Corbctt

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND HORSES ARRIVE SOME GOOD PERFORMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

NEW ZEALAND HORSES ARRIVE SOME GOOD PERFORMERS. The New Zealand trainer, T. Quinlivan, ar rived from the Dominion early in the week, bringing his team of ? seven, six of which are owned by Mr. W. G. Stead, and the other one. Red Pennant, by Mr. E. J. Watt. Red Pennant is a really good sort, j being a hig chestnut by All Black, the most 1 successful sire in MaoriUnd last season, j Eligible, the cra^- of the party, is a medium si/rd brown, with a little white on one of hin hind feet. He is certainly nothing to rave j over in regard to looks, but is without doubt a R3'-'J ;.Tllopcr, and was second only to ! Desert Gold for the three-year-old premiership I of his year. He is not unlike Patrobas, al though rr.aybe he is not quite as tall. Thr three year-old Sasanof docs not impreM one at first glance, and is not by any means in the same stree_t_as JCitboy^jis^eBard^ l£_ looks He is a brown gelding, and appears to be fairly forward in condition as do all the members of the team, but it ap...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL THE PROMINENT TURF EVENTS OF THE HOUR Rosehill Races :: The V.R.C. August Meeting :: Spring Horses TO-DAY'S PROSPECTS.AT ROSEHILL LARGE FIELDS LIKELY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

ALL THE PROMINENT TURF EVENTS OF THE HOUR RosehiU Races : : The V.R.C. August Meeting :: Spring Horses : : By Cardigan TO-DAY'S PROSPECTS AT ROSEHILL LAKGE FIELDS LIKELY. Now the Spring meetings are within measur able distance I suppose the fields will com mence to be on the up-grade at suburban courses, and Rosehill looks like leading the way this afternoon. Several prominent Spring can didates arc engaged, and their form will be in ti-rcstinc. It may give a line to the big events of the Spring, though it is doubtful whether some will be quite rc.idv to do their best, and rpay need a race or two. Divisions may be necessary thir, afternoon at Rosehill in the Maiden 07 the Highweight. as Rosehill will not run more ;han 23. hut the chances are the scratchings will be fairly numerous in those races. Be- hc?d:d the Roschill Handicap list, but was immediately withdrawn, leaving the im rorted Gadabout al the head of affairs. That horrc should give a grcit account of himself, as I anticipa...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

SUPPORT THE WAR LOANS. 'Millionaires become millionaires mostly' be cause the vast majority of people never think of 'the rainy, day.1 'The rainy day' may come when the war is over, and two or three hundred thousand Australian soldiers have to find employment The stoppage of war-time industries may cause a period of trade and commercial depression. I do not say there will be a depression, but it history is to repeat itself, as there have been depressions after every war, it is reasonable to expect a depres sion after the present war. 'Wage-earners will be wise if .they save some or the money which is now so freely circulating owing to heavy local expenditure lor war pur poses. ' '?But, apart altogether from these latter con siderations, IT IS THE PARAMOUNT DUTY OF ALL WHO CANNOT GO TO THE FRONT TO FURNISH THE MONEY TO MAINTAIN THE GALLANT MEN WHO D,°t,G-? TO THE WAR, AS WELL AS TO SUPPORT THEIR. WIVES. FAMILIES, OR OTHER DEPENDANTS. 'On behalf of the Government of the Com monwealth ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LADY "JOHN." [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

THE LADY 'JOHN.' The Victorian State Ministry will appoint two policewomen. I wonder if the lady 'John' Will use a grip to make arms ache, Or if she'll merely gaze upon The wicked ones she wants to take. And lure them, with her velvet eyes, ? To follow to the place of doom ? Methinks the rate of crime would rise ; Arresting would be in the boom. I wonder, if she'll give the cell A woman's touch of daintiness. And shake the blanket up so well We'll rather like its rough caress ; And if the motto's What is Home, ? And Merry Christmas, and the like Will, meet the eyes that chance to roam, And with their depth of meaning strike And will she soothe with cups of tea Those who. have been too indiscreet. And spent tbe evenings full of glee, Until they found they'd spent their feet? And Will she softly counsel all A worthier course to enter on ? I know not how .it' may befall. But 'Encore !' for the lady. 'John.' — The A:gus.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOREIGN LEGION AND ITS HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

FOREIGN LEGION AND ITS HEROES. There are about six hundred Americano in the Foreign Legion of the Kren:h army, so many of whom have petitioned, to join the Flying Corps that a squadron of Americans Is being formed. These Americans, however, are only a handful of the actual number of foreigners who have joined the Foreign Legion, the First Marching re.jiment of which is pro bably the rnost picturesque In the French army. It is an inspiring sight to see a regiment of the lecion on the march; negroes ar.u blond Swedes eo side by side with swarthy I'alUns. Men who have dined with kir.js and riwfit in marble halls sink their identity under a bor rowed name and march with a Polish tailor or a cowbov from the Wild West. All sorts of famous men h.-vc fallen on the field of battle while fighting ~.-tth the lesion. Binet Valmer. from the Argentine: a Luxem bure writer. Sosthenc Kurth: the ron of Maxim Gorkv. Camilio Ramicrez, from Vene zuela; a Colombian poet, Pcrnadez de Bcn eoecha: another ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR WHIFFS MORE JOY AND FEWER JEREMIAHS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 19 August 1916

[?] Mi-UJF. IOY AND FEWER JEREMIAHS. The Rev. A. Newman Guest, vicar of Stan tonbury. Bucks, has been very vigorous criti cised fgr his defence of Sunday digcmc and recreation. . ? In renlv he challenged anyone to produce a scraD of evidence to show thst aport or work is contrary to any written law of. God. His readine of Church teaching is that- Sunday should be a day of gladness. _ met a lot this morning comlnj from an all nleht shift kt 10 a.m. The pure oxygen in haled into their lungs to kill the fatigue ,-erm. and the bending of the knee over the spade is the sweetest form of prayer in the sight of Heaven and earth. More povrer to the ;adcd waee-earners. 'A Sunday which cribs.- cab:ns. and confines the people in stuffy churches or chapels all day is.' the vicar croceeded, 'at the expense of the bodv. and contrary to the open-air goipe! of the Founder of Christianity. We want more jov and fewer Jeremiahs, to -.et us have a swimming gala on Sunday evening with the band in attenda...

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