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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

ANTHONY HORDERNS' for THE FENCHURCH LEVER ftfih The FENCHURCH NON-MAGNETIC LEVER Is, a HIGH ?WjPP GRADE, Open-face KEYLESS WATCH for men, and one that ' ?' jSA will itand HARD WEAR and ROUGH USAGE. ati^nSfei, The FENCHURCH ls an ACCURATE TIMEKEEPER, has 1m ^Hsf^ Compensation Balance, is fully Jewelled, and well finished. ? lfft~ S' Jni« The FENCHURCH Is a SHORT-WIND, KEYLESS 7 r ' ' H.jl« WATCH, in DUST and WATER PROOF Case, fitted either I iL taJ^Bi with Scrcw Bcrei and Backi or HlnEe and Snap Ca'*' lH \ J'St Nickel Silver Case, 15/; Gun Metal. 16/. By Registered Wt'jHH' The 8PLDIER'S FENCHURCH SILVER WRISTLET ^k!lJS&/ WATCH, with Luminous Dial. A Perfect Timekeeper, £2/10/. ' INTHONY HORDEKN & SONS, LTD. osi/r ^iv^^no^peBA , .. - . BRICKFIELD . HILL, SYDNEY

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Paper Reading for Man & Woman Latest War & General News ; Sport Comment by Experts

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

REFEREE All Australasian Sport Mot'* Turf Features The Boxing World by W. F. Corfeett

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TATTERSALL'S CATER FOR RACEGOERS TO-DAY The Private Form of Spring Horses :: To-day's Chances Discussed TO-DAY'S TATTERSALL'S PROSPECTS GREAT RACING LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

TATTERSALL'S CATER FOR RACEGOERS TO-DAY Q-—$- ,. -S-»-3- w~& -? ♦*-c -tr*vr w- ?» The Private Form of Spring Horses : : To-day's Chances Discussed :: By Cardigan TO-DAY'S TATTERSALL'S PROSPECTS GREAT RACING LIKELY. Tattersall's races will b: the jf.-ac'ion this afternoon, and all roads 'ill lead to Rand wick. The ticlds promise to be large, and the chancci arc winners will be hard tu find, as horses that are not considered ready might b: rr.ere icr-vard lii»n gcncrall/ anticipated, and create surprises in vsKous races. There will be several Interstate visitors running this sitcri-oon, snu tiuir lorm w:u uc interesting. ???- Tattersall's meeting ccncraliy given lather a good line as to Epsom and Metropolitan chance*. Racing will commence with the Trial Slakes. :nd it was no surprise to see Akil topweight. He is smart, but I doubt whether he could carry 9.10 successfully. He:atc might find the dirtance too short, but Agincourt, who ha. piobably improved since he ran second to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tween Drinks [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

ibeenjjDrinh By JOHN DRAYTON. The spelter pmilc a why they don't call It zinc. In the office : 'Is Pen married?' 'Yes.' Any nibs?' One thine »bout the Allied soldiers, they are not short of front. Yon can't always judge a cigar by the wrap per—nor a woman. ? One of the clergy says modesty among wo men is becoming a lost art. Art ? 'The minimum wage ; twenty-one years.' This must be one of the wages of sin. An American boy writes that the British Army is bully. Of course, John Bull-y. The Anstrians admit having evacuated Nagysieben and Scpsi;,2tgyocrgy. Gosh ! Not generally known that the German Gene ral, von Hindcnburg, is a septuagenarian — and worse. ^^____ j ''The Kaiser. Where will he co after the i war.' That's one of the easiest. Hell, of : course. I A contemporary says the deeds of the Aus- | txalians will soon be legendary. Some of them are, now, San Francisco Chronicle says if Europe had a referee bin enough for the job, he would stop the fight and call it a draw. Germany h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

COURSING By AMEBBUnr. The Orangp C.C. will conclude the season at the Orange Racecourse enclosure to-day. The season will be wound up in the metro politan area at the Fifefield enclosure next Thursday and Friday — Friday is actually the last day of the coursing season in Australia. The chief event is a 32-dog class stake (3gn limit), and entries foe this and the other events on the programme are coming to hand well. Mr. Secretary A. D. Webb will close the lists UIl 1 ucaud/, tiiiu lug uiuw W1U UKC piaCC at Bateman's Hotel, George-street, on Wednesday at 11 a.m. The Henty and District C.C. will, like the Metropolitan Club, course on the last day of the scason. The committee of the N.S.W.N.C.A. will meet on Monday evening at Bateman's Hotel, George-street, city. The annual general meet ing of the Association will be held on the second Monday in October. On the Monday of the Spring racing carnival in Melbourne there will be held a conference, in which delegates N from all the governing...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

ROWING ? *_ ? By ARGUS. The Western Suburbs Ladies' R.C. will hold a regatta and social this afternoon on the ParramatU. During the afternoon three events will be decided, viz.: Gladstone skiff handicap, heavy-boat race, and mixed fours. The Leichhardt and District Ladies' Sculling Club, in conjunction with the Long Cove Motor Boat Club, will this afternoon hold a gipsy 'tea on Rodd Island. A large gathering is expected. The launch leaves Augustus street wharf at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. Mr. Hender son has kindly lent his launch for the occasion. In the forthcoming functions in aid of t'ne W. McDevitt Fund, the Leichhardt Ladies' Club has decided to give their full support. The news of the death of Wm. Albany, the well-known English sculler, killed in action in France, published in last Wednesday's Referee, was received with regret in rowing circles. Albany was a first-class sculler, and possessed of fine pace, although he did not stay as well as Ernie Barry.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RULES TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. (At Agricultural Grand) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN RULES By WARATAH. TO-DAY'S FIXT-UHES. (At Atricultiinl GiOTtid.') Junior Lueuc scml-diul : Double. Bay t. Hurvood, 1.30 p.m. A. ty. 'll-xl*cr, Jltld umpire ; n. rjcrrud «nd - it. Durkr, bojindirr. umplKJ. Lfisruc Semi-Boil : lulmain v. S«m, 3.1£ p.m. L. Jravidson,. BcJd umpire j A. ' Duajtnor* md H. White, boumi«rr umpirei ; M. I'arar}- ? ind T. Newton, goal umpire*. ? ? ? The opening set of gtmes-in the semi-final round of the League and Junior competitions proved successful, . both in point of attend ance- and standard of play.. .'In the Junior League, game- the winners, H.M.A.S. Tingira, have'yet to survive a ? protest .lodged by the Jpl.ers, . S.outfi Sydney .Juniors'; . while in the League, a Sydney player ha»-been reported by the field umpire for- foul play. The protest in connection with the Junior 'match will be dealt with by the League on Monday night, while the player reported in connection with the League match has been cited to appear be fore the League Commis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE RUGBY BALMAIN JUNIORS & CHARITY: THE SECRETARIAL ARGUMENT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

LEAGUE RUGBY -. ? , ? . BALMAIN JUNIORS & CHARITY: THE SECRETARIAL ARGUMENT The Rugby Leigue at its last meeting gave permlasion to the Balmaln District Junior Rugby League to pliy a representative match with the Eastern Suburbs Junior League. The match will take place on Saturday, September 23, on Blrchgrove Oval No. 1, at 3 p.m.. in aid of the Balmaln District Cottage Hospital. A good deal of interest is being token with the matcn, seeing tnat uaimain.ana miihu Suburbs have been the only winners .of '.he President's Cup. ? — .^— — ^ The following team has been selected to re present Balmain : A Mewiey (Mertonvillo), T. Boon (Mertonville), A. Thompson (Drum moyne). T. Kay (Mertonville), W. Hill (Fede rals), J. Bennett (Christian Brothers), R. O'Brien (Federals). S. Bell (Shnmrochs), C. Kensey (Shamrocks), J. O'Shca (Federals). K Roberts (Cockatoo Naval Dockyard). C. Apple ton (Federal). T. Meaney (Mertonviilc). Re serves : Forwards. H. B'ackmorc (Shamroeks)j J. Turner (Chri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEALTH AND RUGBY HAND IN HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

HEALTH AND RUGBY HAND IN HAND. 'I attribute my excellent digestion and health generally to Rugby football.' said Mr. Gillanders, the general secretary of that insti tution which is doing so much useful war work Just now— the Y.M.C.A.— speaking at the Y.M. Rugby Club dinner last Saturday.' He went on to tell how he had, on the advice of a medical friend, developed a neck for football purposes which in turn had helped all his organs of digestion, and also his lungs and breathing apparatus generally to perform their functions in such a useful, regular way that his health was never impaired. Mr. Gillanders also had much to say on the teachings of Rugby generally that made every one of the young men surrounding the table feel delighted at being connected with the game. One of the speakers, touching on the International aspect of the game, referred to the fact that travel ling teams had to exercise some knowledge of animal and bird life as well as Rugby. A noted case was instanced when on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNION RUGBY REFLECTIONS ON THE SEASON: SUGGESTED REP. TEAM Rifle Club Meets To-day [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

UNION RUGBY - REFLECTIONS ON THE SEASON: SUGGESTED REP. TEAM Rifle Club Meets To-day By THE WINGER. This afternoon Is free from fixtures in Rugby Union circles. Next week-end will witness the opening fixture of the Summer programme of the Rugby Union Rifle Club. The annual com petition for the Chaplin Trophy will take place at Rnndwick Range, the distance being 200 yards. A full muster of the few remaining members is expected. The regulars have dwindled from about 250 down to a bare platAon owincr to enlistments for .irtivo or. vice, and the numbers are still decreasing. One of the main objects has thus been attained, while another — that of fitting members for non commissioned and commissioned rank in the A.I.F.— has also been a decided success, as' evi- denced by *the sixteen men now wearing the ?tars denoting lieutenants and captains on their shoulder-straps. Shooting will commence at 2.30 p.m., and continue until 5.30 p.m. Reg. Fusedale and Nick Anderson, are the late*t recruits...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

MOORE PARK CRICKET ASSOCIATION. 'A' GRADE ENTRIES EXTENDED TILL MONDAY NIGHT, 11th IN8T. OT. DAVID'S BCHOOL IIAU-. alLET «nd TUDOR ST11ECTB, SL'IUIV HILLS. COMPETITION'S OOimHSCE 18th TSST. V. ilUIUlAV, lion. Sec SOCCER. TO-DAY. SPORTS GROUND. EUSUGHT OJP OHAHPUMSHIP. ?STAND, .SIXPENCE;. ? AUSTRALIAN FdOTBALL rnEsmaisnrp semi-final ''''i TO-DAY AGRICULTURAL GROUND. DOUBLE BAY v. BURWOOD. . ' 17.30 r.U. BALMAIN v. NEWTOWN. v- S.13 P.M. AlWtJStaON. Od.', 8TASD, M. / 1 %. PllEUS. Hon. Secretary. ' 2LB.W. Foo'.bill T.f,..,,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A REP. TEAM SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

. ???' A REP. TEAM SUGGESTED. .. . The.' following team has been suggested '.to me by a Regular Attendant' at the: matches this season' as bejhg fairly . representative, of the Union's strength, if ' a .side had :.to, he' picked to represent the metropolis just now, 'With a few games together this fifteen, should show, a great game,' is the concluding para graph of his letter. Fullback, H. Gross (Glebe Balmain) ; three-quarters, A. Mayne' (Glebe Balmaln), L. Wogan (Glebe-Balmain), J. Bos ward (Field Artillery) or R. ' D. . FusedaU {Y.M.C.A.) and H. Holmes (Newtown), of Smith (Field Artillery) ; . Bve-elghtlra, ? . W. Tasker (Field Artillery) ; haH-back : O. Hum phreys (North Sydney. Moimoh) ; forwards,' G.-Walters (Glebe-Ba!main);;A. London (Uni versity). N. Gregg (Field -Artillery). A. Holds worth (Newtown)i 'C. .Ives- (Glebe), . R. , C' Rogers (Newtown), T.' Griffen (North Sydriey Mosman), and N. Anderson (Y.M.C.A.).' . - The selection undoubtedly shows' sound judgment in many res...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ATAVISTIC MAID. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

THE ATAVISTIC MAID. Listen, Sweetheart, to my plea : Cut this highly cultured game All this fine gentility Grows to be exceeding tame. What I want is low-brow love. Heavy, knock-down, cave-man stuff. I'm no cooing turtle dove. Treat me rough, kid, treat me rough ' Can the soft and weepy sighs. Chop the meek and humble pose. I'm no cut-glass raffle prize, I'm no fragile little rose. Grab me with a python grip. If I struggle, call the bluff. Want my love ? Then take the tip : Treat me rough, kid, treat me rough ! I don't want my cheek caressed ? With a nice, respectful peck. Yank me wildly to your chest — If I fight you, break my neck. Please don't be a gentle dub. Spilling la-de-dab-ish guff. Woo and win me with a club. Treat me rough, kid, treat me rough ! — Bcrton Braley. An Indian of Everett, Wash., insisted that his wife made him sleep with his head at the foot of the bed, so he was granted a divorce. He can now sleep with his head on the door step. ? Herr Gutraann, director of t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Periscopic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

T-eris-Lopic'($M$l By CISEAUX. Soldier (to sweetheart): 'Coming lor a trip to Manly with me to-night, Polly ?' Polly (dressed in accordance with Dr. Crced'a bill) : 'Not in these trousers '.' Coquettes are the quacks of love. Beware of men made of molasses. The only thine certain about litigation is Hi uncertainty. A white lie a seldom as white as it is painted. A woman's bravery crops up when she has a mouse in a trap. A woman in love is more or less foolish; a man is invariably more. Jealousy is a key that opens more wedlocks than all others combined. Raymond Beck has been arrested in New York on the charge of having committed i* burglaries. He boasts that he made that record in three months. The next few months will likely be a slack season for him. A New York theatrical manager is looking for the homeliest woman on earth. The T» coma Tribune says that he is going about it the wrong way. Let him organise a beauty contest, anu her photograph will be the first When a wife wants her...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER CODE SUNLIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FOR SECOND LEAGUERS BEGINS TO-DAY TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. SUNLIGHT CHALLENGE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

SOCCER CODE — -1— * ? ; — S UNUGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FOR SECOND LEAGUERS BEGINS TO.DAV By VOLUNTEER. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. bUNWGUT OULLKMOK CU\ SLijcct t. Balmain FernlcIKh, Sporti Ground, 3.15. Ai.Mi.djlr v, s. T. Leitti, bporu Ground, J.U. Ualaiin KUora v. Bilmiui, Blnhsrorc Ovil, 1.45, IVrmont v. Sunlight, 'Birchsrovo Oral, 3.16. Unrashirc Soclctv, a lyx. For a time the Second League competition has been suspended, and to-day a start will be made with the Sunlight championship. This teams engaged in the Club League, but the fact that the N.S. Wales F.A. introduced the Club League teams into the Second League this year was responsible for the pot being he'.d'up as an inspiration to the Second Leaguers. And judging by the keenness displayed by, the con testants some' good .game are assured before finality is' reached. In some ' instances their keenness to win led them to an sort* .of de vices to secure players, but a rule waslisued -hat made it compulsory for a player wishing to play in a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL NOTES Fitzroy Wins League Premiership [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

VICTORIAN FOOTBALL NOTES : Fitzroy Wiiis League Premiershtp -..- ? ** ' ' * ' t By OLD PLAYER. \ My_prodlctton list week that Fltxroy would to turd to. beat wu fully borne out by Satur day's gvne. The .Maroons daubed off in brilliant, style, and had the match won In the first few minutes. They beat Carlton by sheer pace, and their exhibition recalled the days when-Ftaroy polled off premiership after pre miership. Their last three games must have put their supporters in the best of humor. The victories wero fairly earned, but very few a moeth, ago cave them a chance of annexing tie laurels of the season. The season just . closed has been a sensa tional one. After the programme of fixtures for the year had been drawn up five of the nine dubs. South Melbourne, Melbourne, Es sendon, Geelong, and St Kilda, dropped out, but Fitzroy, Carlton, Collingwood and Rich mond kept the flag flying. These four teams are to be commended for their decision, .as they have provided innocent and healthy ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

j PUBLIC SCHOOLS A.A.A. BELGIAN AID DISPLAY TO-DAY, AT 1.45 P.M.. AT SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. 10,000 Children taking part in Displays and Singing ADMISSION 1/— GRANDSTAND 2/— CHILDREN HALF-PRICE HALF PROCEEDS IN AID OF BELGIAN CHILDREN'S RELIEF FUND O. S. SMITH, Hon. Treas. L. M'CURLEY, Assist. Sec. .''. M. GORDON, Gen. Hon. Sec AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB IN AID OF SOUTH SYDNEY HOSPITAL Saturday, September 23, 1916 ENCOURAGE HANDICAP. 10 So'. 1 mile For ill horsea ?with no better winning record thun -.25 to tht mile. Uandieappeil to trol or pact1 'J.2! or better to luile. JCOV1CE IKHOPPLED HANDICAP, to Sors. 1} mile. ?iM or better to mlk-. FIjYINO MILE HANDICAP, 00 Sovs. 1 mile. 2.22 or better to mile. rROORXSSIVt HANDICAP, ol SO ion. li mile ''0 or better to mile. U.MIOPPJ.ED HANDICAP, «l Sovi. 1} mj|c. ».C0 or telter to mile. AUSTRALIAN TROTTINO CLUD HANDICAP, 70 Sovs. 11 mile. 2.2» or better lo mile. .. i . ENTRIES CLOSE ON MONDAY. SEPT. IS, AT 8 P.M. For further particulars, ttr Pro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

BOWLS NOTES $ ? '?'? By W. F. CORBETT. 'The Overseas'—* Hjree-rink eomblnitioa— Is the latest roving band of bawlers to bid for attention, and it is asserted they are here to stay. The 'Nomads' have apparently gone for the time being, and the 'Wanderers' also would seem to have departed — probably never to return, as was the case with the 'Fearlesa Eight,' the 'Dreadnoughts.' and the 'Destroy- ers.' of earlv war times. But the 'Knuts' still endure. So does the Press team, which has grown beyond recognition as such, thanks to ts liberal qualification rule. Any man who has written a letter to a newspaper is eligible as a member. There is nothing to be surprised at in this. Bowlers are never particular about qualifications. The game and the congenial spirit is all they look for. 'The Overseas' team has had its first known tilt and emerged successfully. They defeated a three-rink side at Warringah by 75 to 55. Mr. President Palmer was host for the day, and both his play and his hospital...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST SCRATCHINGS MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

LATEST SCRATCH/NGS XELBOCnCB OOf. VaTintreaa, l» p.m., ivfa* 13. Kamiah. 10.40 a.m.. September i. Robnt the Brace. It* P-m.. S«pt«n*er t. Sir Vlre, 4.14 p.m., Sfptember i. tm.ni., SM p.m., Srptember «. OADLFtELD COP. - Robnt tiie Brner, 12.1 p.m. September «. VanntTwa, 3.60 p.m.. Septrtnttr t.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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