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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

ROWING By ARGUS. Through the death of Mr. A. O. Lloyd the Glebe R.C. loses a good supporter. In his day. some 18 to 20 years ago, the deceased was a first-class oarsman. In 1896 he won in maiden fours, maiden eights, junior fours, and junior ' eights 'all open events), and also in club senior { fours. He won in open senior eights in 1898. and then retired from rowing, business affairs preventing him from being able to spare the ! necessary time for training. The late Mr. Lloyd was for two years treasurer to the Glebe R.C. The Western Suburbs Ladies' Amateur R.C. Gladstone skiff handicap winner. Miss Esmc | Field, won from scratch. It would take an ex- I ceedinuly skillful and powerful sculler to beat ; her. The nicmfccrE then commenced the first | round of another skiff handicap, but after one ; heat had been brought o!5 a postponement was ( decided upon owing to the showery v.-cather. Mr. Jack McGregor has shown me a letter he ! has received from J. Goswcll, the well-known i Enterp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

ROSEBERY RACES TO BE HELD ON KENSINGTON RACECOURSE NEXT WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1916 12.30 P.M.— FinST RACE.— 12 30 P.M. ErEnAL TRAMS DIRECT TO KACKCOirtSL O.\Tl:3. ?'? lM''l;''ltl StCKtirjr. ROSEBERY RACES ? VICTORIA PARK R4CING CLUB Wednesday, July 26, 1916 Hl'linLK BACK. lfO tovf, 11 mill-. Hitlan.*. . It. HANDICM', 1W .ov,. 6 Juries* U.I IIANUICAr. 100 .ovf. .. .'uflon^ ENTRIES CLOSE ON THURSDAY NEXT AT 5 P.M. » ^ fl Intern: ArC, '' 'UrlhCr ''JriiCUllri '' '''' * CO*™'' *™** Tiiow. ??.£ e;t--. ? ? — Menangle Park Pony and Trotting Club (TONICS ll.i AND ISDEIU ON MENANGLE PARK RACECOURSE, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. 1HO SOVS 1'KlZi: MOSF.V. £2S-FOCRTEK.\'-ONK MAIDbS HANDICAP, I'i fur Ichct- .Nomination Ire, 10.'. £10— V1A1NO 1I11.K HANDICAP TOOT. I!or:rj fill I' lwr,riicip[-j.l to tro; or rare i» or brtlcr to alined 'ti:o rquivalon: in dWanu: t' tknrc wi'o:i.K rnniKMnii from nrolrssioluls. 'liich alloxallcr ? met I* cliim.,1 at liinc o! cnlr-. DistMcr, 1 Kill. KnlrancT. 'JO1. £20— WRTEKS-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

Anthony Horderns' for the Bushman's Universal Bicycle The Bushman's Universal Bicycle is bui t at Anthony Hordcrns' Bicycle Works, of Genuine B.S.A. parts, and fitted with Dunlop Bushmen's Covers, specially for rough riding. The strengthening stays stiffen the frame, making the Bushman's Universal the strongest model built. . The Frame is Best Wcldless Steel Tubing, Double Butted. This is a specially strengthened frame the front forks being supplemented with girder front forks, and also fitted with pair of extra back stajs making it very convenient for strapping tanki for carrying water making i-. at the same time an almost unbreakaDle frame. °^.!XJ^™F«^: PRICE, £13 1O O ANTHONY HORDERN AND SONS, LTD. , ^\rdiri^o^lIDERS- BRICKHELD HILL, SYDNEY

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

JACK MASON 1-2-3 AND DOUBLES Paddock Everywhere MEMBER CITY TATT'S,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

REALLY GOOD COUGH SYRUP HOW TO MAKE IT AT HOME. (By a Qualified Chemist.) There are some thousands of people making their own good family cough and cold remcuy from the following prescription. It saves such a lot oi money anu docs such a lot of good that its quicK popularity is easily accounted for : Obtain one bottle of HEAN'S ESSENCE and mix it up with treacle or honey, sugar and water, as per simple directions on label. This wiil make one pint ot cough remedy suitable for all members of the tamily. It is nico to take, is warming, soothing, comforting, lasts a lone time, never spoils, it gives you about 12 shillings' worth lor 2/. A lew drops may be given to a child, and a spoonful to an adult, liach dose should be sipped tlbwly to allow the mixture to lubricate toe throat as much at possible, a/id to help its wanning, soothin and curing effect. For influenza, asthma, croup, whooping and other coughs, this mixture proves a boon wher ever used. HEAN'S ESSEN.CE is sold by most Chemi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINING WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

TRAINING WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Specials. .'KANDWICK— THURSDAY. Showery weather prevailed this morning, but the magpie grass tr.-.cl; wau available, and nearly all the trainer:: took advantage of the opportunity to work their horses. Palroon and Mount Mostyn ran live furlor.Rs in 1.9. A mile was C°t over by Chid in I. SO}. Steady work was done by Cctigns and Rouen. Delinacre went U3cfcl!y over si:: furlong!,, and Tauntcr ran a steady rotinO. Hopfield finished useful work wi'.h a spurt, as did Mcrimce. Wallace Isinglass sprinted along t'.ie back :i couple of tmic.i. A strong mile was run by Canzone. Sunlike went s'.cadilv, and Narivo put in a lengthy task. Pofcrinn spurted a short dis tence. lookinr: well. .Maidan went freely over five furlongs, aa did P=t.-.!otcr. Bonne Chance and Coincdia ran a mi!= in 1.531. Thrace went usefully over six furlongs A steady round war. run by Plenty. Galtec Queen nnd St. Rosaline each rpurtcd a few fur longs after steady w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF GOSSIP AMONG HORSES AND PONIES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

TURF GOSSIP AMONG HORSES AND PONIES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY By THE SCOUT. Moorcfield races this afternoon. Northern District racegoers will be catered for by the Wallssnd Jocksy Club. And the Victorian Amateur Turf Club will hold its July meeting at Caulticld. Good r.?ir.inal:ons have been received for next Tuesday's meeting cf .the Gosford Racing Club. Duke AUvyns (9.7) tops-weic'iU the list for Town Plate Handicap to be rim at the Walls end J.C. meeting this afternoon. A conspicuous absentee from the nomination list of jumping events nt the Canterbury J.C. Grand National meeting is El Gallo. Kensington Racing Club holds a meeting on Saturday next, nominations for which close at 5 p.m. on Monday, tlic 17th inst., with ir.i. J. Underbill, secrevry. Freda Field, who acted as runner-up to Like Ayr in the 14.0 Handicap at Ascot, is another of those innumerable Moorefield3 whose dams are unknown. The Murrumbeena Handicap (1 mile 3 fur longs) is the long-distance event to be run at thf V.A.T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROFESSIONAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

PROFESSIONAL GOSS'.P The match between ? the Missis Bro:i and I Dav-cs, of the Lcichhardt nnd District Ladies Club, last Saturday of:cr:ioon at Iron Cov;. had an unfortunate ending. It w.-.s slated thai Mijs Brocl did not feel too wall before the rncc. nnii trforc halt the distance hed t;cen covered ?A'c. collapsed, and Miss Da-/i-3 finished .llone. It | would have been better if Mirs Eros! had ar.Kc.l . for a postponement, for it is ever miuJiaoin to , ottsmpt to race if unwell. . | T.-.c Doub:e hoy Lc:-.'.ics' Rov.ir.;; Cr.-b ne.di a launch outing 'm Saturday at the SpU— I a most enjoyp.blc afternoon. The part-/ num- , bered about 30 members, and tea wan served] at Harry 1 earce's, when the prues were frc senled by Ki-s. H. Gilb-jrt- '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSOCIATION DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

ASSOCIATION DOINGS. i The competitions for the Proud Shield and the Association trophies arc progressing steadily, with the teams ahead in both grades maintaining their advantage. There is no cer tainty that those on top will remain there, and the extra games to be played after the end of the second round may furnish surprises. Petersham did not have a strenuous game against All Saints, though the lat/.er played much better than in the Paddington match. Petersham's skipper. T. J. Andrews, mounted the slab and spelled the regular pitcher. Wen hol?. T.J.A. is a great player, good in any position. Burwood thoroughly extended University, with little difference between the work of the teams in the field. Burwood, however, repeated their gentle ash-pushing strokes, and it lost them much ground. Bcxlcy. apparently, ftre bent on making amends for indifference in the first round, and one would not be surprised to see some of the top-notchcrs bowled over by them. They arc to be complimented o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BASEBALL FINE GAMES: THE ROOTERS: AND A PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

BASEBALL FINE GAMES: THE ROOTERS: AND A PROTEST By SAFE. As ihc popularity of baseball has grown, up came the rooter : but during the last few sca nns a species has arisen who think it correct and clever to hurl insulting remarks at players, which, if uttered outside of a sporting area, wculd cause a serious breach of the peace. ! Rooting is the life of the game, so 1 Mi? as j i- is impersonal, but when (as happened at I Marrickville Oval last Saturday) players arc ! singled out with misapplied epithets, it is time j Ihe League took action to put it down. I Lcichhardt turned up 0 man short to play j Petersham, and asked the latter '.0 allow them to play a Sydney Second-Grader, but received a refusal. Leichhardt took the risk and played ; a substitute, consequently, though he was of ' little use to the victors, Petersham have lodged j a protest, and will probably win it. It does 1 not appear sportsmanlike to object to a club j filing a vacancy with a lower grade player — in this case...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN SUBMARINE LOST EVERT. FIVE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

? .— 3 GERMAN SUBMARINE LOST EVERY- ' FIVE DAYS. : According to the Scientific American tho United States Navy Department is in posses sion of information showing that 127 German submarines had been captured or destroyed by the Allies down to about the middle of April. The British Admiralty has all along refused to make any statement on this subject, and no success against a U ooat is ever announced unless the circumstances are such that the cose when a submarine is sunk off the Belgian coast or when members of the crew are taken prisoners. If the United States authorities are correctly informed — and, with attaches in Berlin, they are most favorably placed for learning tho ttuth — it means that the Germans have been losing a submarine every five days since tho beginning of the war. The German seamen themselves must have a shrewd idea of what is happening, and tha knowledge that one boat drops into the un known every five days can hardly encourage tbcm or improve their moral.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PARADOX! A PARADOX! [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

A PARADOX : A PARADOX f The Turk, the author of the Armenian mas sacres can be a gentleman, in war ! The Anzacs have s.-iid it. The defender ol Kut-cl-Amara has said it, from his Oriental bower in the beautiful Island of Dreams. The Daily Mail has published a letter from General Townshcnd to a friend, in which h« , says he is living in a charming villa on a most beautiful island in the Sea of Marmora, and has the ircc use of a yacht ar.d a boat. 'I am treated as a guest, not as a prisoner,' writes the General. 'Envcr Pasha has giv=n permission for my wife and my little girl Audrey to join me.' These little deeds of chivalry by the Otto man may some day soothe and soften men and nations. But not anti-Christ's Teutonic legion* until — . . . earth no more beneath the fear Of His rebuke shall lie ; When pain shall cease, and every tear Be wiped from every eye. At the dawn of that day the blood and iron dose prescribed for his neighbors may have washed the dregs of madness and mendacity ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAR WHIFFS NOT A SHIRKER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

, . , - - ? i , r ....?» WAR WHIFFS | _ - - , ? ? i i i ? * * 'r ?J ? ? ? ? NOT A SHIRKER Through Brisbane streets and conntry side, ?Tis khaki everywhere ; For single men and married men. The only thing to wear. But 1 cannot don the uniform For it my heart beats high, . I can't fight for King and Country. ; Though khaki is my cry. ; Bovs around me, I confess, i } Have joined the fighting line : J 'Somewhere in France' is their addresi— ', But 'Still at home' is mine. g And y«t I'm not a shirker, ? To them I'd gladly hie ; . j But a uniform they will not give, , Though khaki rs my cry. -? If I can't he Tommy Atkins, To sea I'd like to go. And keep an eye on Kiel Canal, With Admiral Jcllicoe. But, alas, they will nnt have me. On any boat that floats. The rtnsnn whj — 'tis soon explained— I'm wcarin; petticoats ! Pte. M. E. CANTWELL, 3rd Rfts., 41H Batt., Bcii's Paddock.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HANS TRUSTS NOT FRITZ. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

HANS TRUSTS NOT FRITZ. An English business man. recently returned to the Old Country from Holland, gives a most interesting description of the precautions which the Dutch have taken against the possibility ol ''prom the sea' to the Western frontier of the Fatherland there Is a strong sbt-foot fence of barbed wire which no man or horse could strands of wire electrified up to the voltage which kills instantly. For four or five miles to the rear an extraordinary maze of trencher has been built in the way which the war has shown to be the most formidable. There is scarcely a tree or a house along the whole length of the frontier the range of which has not been carefully worked out. Gtins ar» xeady and ammunition is plentiful. That's all right. But what if poor Frit* should find it convenient to run from Franco and Belgium and hug the Dutch frontier ? Will Hans keep his finger off the trigger whilo th* quarry is passing into Rhincland ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT SYDNEY SHOWS THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

AT i/^DNE Y l/HOW/1 THEATRICAL TIT-BITS l*.l ' _ ? -!??_.. MJss Gibbs, if you please. ,. .^ij li There's a Goldin Hour of Mystery erery night at the Tivoh. Another of the Merryvale Pops will be held at the Town Hall to-night. _ Peg o my Heart has left the Palace nice and warm for The Strollers. after their sojourn in New Zealand. No matter what Melbourne folk think of it, Sydney audiences are on to The Boomerane with a vengeance. There's a girl in the stalls called Mary, She's dainty and rather demure ; I see her each day— I can't keep away, . There's nobody like her, I'm sure. Remembrance of her work under the J. C Williamson regime will ensure Connie Milne a hearty reception when she appears with The Strollers at the Palace to-night. We have had Australia Day and other days, while some of us have had halcyon days at various times in our lives. But it takes a Thespian to provide a new sort. He has had a kalycon day. At least, he says be has. Four new acts for the Tivoli by the Sono...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

. mm 10 PEIt CENT. GROSS GATE RECLTPTS DEDUCTKuft-Ott PATRIOTIC AND CIMRITADLE FTJXDS. 1 WESTERN SUBURBS v. GLEBE, — WENTWORTH PARK. NEWTOWN v. NORTH SYDNEY— ERSKINEVILLE OVAL. EASTERN SUBURBS v. BALMAIN, —AGRICULTURAL GROUND. ? ANNANDALE v. SOUTH SYDNEY— SPORTS GROUND. AN EARLY MATCH ON EACH GROUND. ADMISSION, 6d ; STANDS. 6d EXTRA- H. R. MILLER, Secretary.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

The Connoisseurs9 Tobacco at Anthony HorcSems* ~^ ANTHONY HORDERNS' ^^Hi SUPERB COARSE-CUT MIXTURE H HiSi SUPl fcrVs'taMKT flfe^'qu'rme'; mYStTSi.KW '^.{™°^ p_;-_ . ./Q 1/3 2/6 9/6 ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS, LTD. only nxrvF.nsAi. rnovrnEns. BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY NEW r.VLACE EMrOIUUU. ua*aw»».» ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCCER NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

SOCCER NOTES By VOLUNTEER. The shouting is all over, and Annancfale »re proclaimed metropolitan premiers for 1916. Two events of last Saturday, viz.. Annandales win over Pyrmont and Granville's failure against Y.M.C.A., have made that position secure for the wearers of the blue and white, who lead the field of competitors by a margin oi six points. The fact that Annandale are the premiers is based on the assumption that a forfeit will be forthcoming from Balmain. who have failed to turn out the last three Saturdays, and it is not expected that they (the State champions of 19150 will be in a position to engage any team in the three rounds of matches still to bi played. ? To-day's draw sends Annandale to Clyde Oval to face Granvillc, the resent holders of the premiership. It would not be altogether a surprising thing to see Annandale go down, for Granville are a stiff proposition in their own back yard, and this despite the fact that Pyrmont rather easily accounted for them there. Ann...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

SOCCER TODAY. PYRMONT v. Y.M..CA., Cricket Ground (No. 1). PYRMONT v. BALMAIN KIAORrty North Sydney1 Oval. JDMiaSlO.N-CTiND U.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOUR-YEAR-OLDS AND EPSOM WILL GOOD RECORD IN PAST YEARS BE REPEATED? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

FOUR-YEAR-OLDS AND EPSOM WILL GOOD RECORD IN PAST YEARS BE REPEATED? By CARDIGAN. Four-year-olds have won the last thrse Epsom Handicaps, and the last four out of Jive, which is rather a good record. This year there is considerably over 50 of that age en gaged, and they look like playing a big part again, as tlic;c arc several promising candi dates of that asc again this year. Perhaps the most prominent i3 Cetigne, who. although lie li.is 61b over weight for age, does not seem to be badly handicapped, as he car ries weight really well, as demonstrated by his win in me Kous Handicap with U.13 at the last A.J.C. meeting. Although he was meeting only his own age in this race, I think it was, with out a doubt, the finest performance he has ever put up. as he was absolutely last at the turn. I Of course, he Rot a very lucky run on the rails, but nevertheless it showed what a bull dog he is. Two is, with the exception of Cetigne, the only four-year-old Riven weight for age or over, that h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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