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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

ROSEBERY RACES . TO BE HELD ON ASCOT RACECOURSE NEXT WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1916 12.30 P.M. — FIRST RACE — 12.30 P.M. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES. J UNDERHILI.. Secretary. ? ROSEBERY RACES MENANGLE PARK RACES (REGISTERED A.J.C.) TUESDAY— SEPTEMBER 12 —TUESDAY CUP MEETINC TRAINS LEAVE SYDNEY at HUO a.m. (Horses), 11,40 a.m., 11.50 a.m, and 12.10 p-m. Arrivine at Course 12.15 p.m.. 1 p.m., 1.15 pan., and 1.27 p.m. FIRST RACE. 1.50 P.M. LAST RACE. 3.50 P.M. EDWIN WOODBURY, Secretary. VICTORIA PARK RACING CLUB WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1916 NUrCKN niM-IGAJ-, 100 in, i farlasf!. KNOOCIUGE HANDICAP, 100 ionk 6 fuiloasm. FT.Y1S1! lUXDICAr. 100 1OTS, 0 furloi**. VICTORIA PAWi IIAOTICAP. 100 nrt, 1 mile. IR-H1UK HACK, lin MTJ. 11 mUf. 14.3 HANDICAP, XK- kjt«, 4 furlou«1. 11.1 HA.NWCU', 100 ton, 5 furlonci. ENTRIES CLOSE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, AT 5 P.M. Tor further pirticolari, tee prorrtmiEb JO «nd a Imperul Arcide, 'Phone, 6M air. ,H. OOBCRWT, Sccrtfcirj. AUSTRALIAN TROTTI...

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

Tamworth Races. Spring Meeting. SEPTEMBER 19 and 20, 1916. NOMINATIONS for all ErenU Clou 5ZPTEHQEB LL FTtHE FnEIGHT on FIIU, BOIES. C. J. BHnTEN, Jan., Hon. Sec. II. G. IL RKAD, Seeretuy. MOTORS, CYCLES, ETC. ^SJTE tor pirticulxre oj our S.li. Motor C-cla mi T. W. HKNDERSOX, 7.TD., for Owiuint Vul Tit,. r.O ; Tub^. :i 0 . a-orktr Tubcj 5.. «- I^k-,, ' BARNEY ALLEN Member of Tattersall's Club, Sydney, and Victorian Club, Melbourne. CAULFIELD & MELBOURNE CUPS. EPSOM & METROPOLITAN. KINDLY WRITE FOR CHARTS. STARTING PRICE ALL EVENTS. Randwick Paddock To-Day Stand 25 ba!r BARNEY ALLEN SUFFICIENT ADDRESS: SYDNEY. WM. PEARSON~ JJKMBER OF TATTERSALL'S CLUB FOR QUARTER OF A CENTURY, AND 30 FEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC OF N.S.W, ISandwieli '8 'fl 1 Randwick Stand JLJ.JI Stand RELIABILITY AND LIBERALITY. - Remember the Three Ones. j

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

HAVE THAT DIRTY AND IOIUEB SUIT RENOVATED BY M.H. THOMAS « HA8T0^YfMCT Expert Cleaner »»a Preoer. He will m»ke It equal to New at Moderate Chtrgt. CALL, ?OTHTt:. or TIIOXK. CITY 439. ? H. SCHACHTEL Reg. A.J.C. PADDOCK. Member City Tattersall's, _, Stand 96 TO BE POUND DOING BUSINESS AT RANDWICK, on SATURDAY, September 9 1-2-3 ON ALL EVENTS PLACE— -DOUBLE EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MENTONE RACES By PILOT. HURDLE RACE : [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

MENTONE RACES By PILOT. HURDLE RACE : NYMPIE ? i Ramorh ?? ?,? ? 2 / Calabash ? 3 j FIRST DIVISION HANDICAP : 1 HEADWIND ? 1 1 Rud»s ? 2 Red Steel ? 3 BRUSH STEEPLECHASE : HOME RULE ? 1 Admiral Grand ? I.. 2 Spanish Friar ? 3 SECOND DIVISION HANDICAP : KING LYBIA ? * Playhour ? 2 Pendilhurst ? 3 THIRD DIVISION HANDipAP : PRINCE VERDUN ? \ Hydroplane ? ' ? Puff Paste ? 3 MENTONE COP: COUNT ANDRIA ? \ Lady Challacombe ? 2 Fleur d'Or ? ?? 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. WAGER : No. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

' ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. WAGER : No. A mcetine of the Australian TrottinK Club, in aid of the South Sydncv Hospital, will be held at Victoria Park on Serrtember 23. Entries close with the secretary, Mr. H. Cobcroft, at 8 p.m. on Monday, the 18th inst

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES NOVICE HANDICAP. (To start at 1.13 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES NOVICE HANDICAP. (To etirt it 1.13 p.m.) A hudkap rrccpitiku of - tort neb, 1 forfeit, ?* lt-- :00 ion adiltd ; iciorvl hor-c I) to.l. i:h1 third 1:0:9. SO «o« from the vr.tc. Fur ill h'.rjri ..thlvli lmu 110: running. Tlic « inner of inv lunlicati nice a:tcr (h; dccUrauon of utij] 1. 10 arn lulli extra. 0 -urlin;i. n 11) Uf. A. OolUu- b. s AKIL, 5vn ? 0 -- Mr. H. B. Dtnison1. b h VRDAS. *rn ? 8 l Mr. H. Oimhiru's b J UALTAKIA, 5-r» ? » 10 Hr. II. Woouon'i br h 1UNPOJI SHOT U'T.i. b)Tt ? 8 1' Mr. P. I'. Seiton's S 111 HKTATI' limy. 1, Gym ? I' Mr. H. b. M. Simpvonn -r r Ac.|\r0|-|lT. Ivr. » .- Mr. i'. S. lt-r'oill»r,ii's hr b T.W'TW* I«-1 BI.K, «»« ? ' ? » ? Mr. II. 'Vootton'i br h TIJK.MIWKl.li limp. 1, Ivn S ti Un. C. O. rltmmicir.- h li MV T11051K. ,'ivr« .. » « Hr. 'A. Trtvc'.yanV It m MI.IXmWI) U'»p.i, 4vt» ? S : Ur. I'. H. KcithS h h SNOWY KIM; (imp.i, tin ? ? ? S -1 Mr. J. S. O'Donacl'.'s b g BI*LGl°lt II.. Ovn .. .. « 2 Mr. I,....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT NOVICE HANDICAP: QALERIUS ? l Travesty Star ? 2 Sir PaddinEton ? 3 TRAMWAY HANDICAP : PANACRE ? l Polycratea ..? ? 2 Clydeside ? 3 CHELMSl'ORD STAKES: , WOORAK ? 1 Wallace Isinglau ? 2 Bee or Wolaroi ? 3 STEEPLECHASE : RUSHCUTTEU ? ,.. 1 Black Note ? 2 Basra ? 3 SPRING HANDICAP: BRIDGES ? 1 Karanaud King ? 2 Ccsarius or Meroo ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP : WOODWILD ? 1 Two Blues ? 2 Secret Service ?? ? 3 By THE SCOUT NOVICE HANDICAP : SAN THOME ? 1 Acincourt ? 2 Spring Girl ? 3 TRAMWAY HANDICAP: PANACRE ? I Wdonk ? 2 Sydian ? A .. 3 CHELMSFORD STAKES: WALLACE ISINGLASS ? 1 Bee ? 2 Garlin ? 3 STEEPLECHASE : BUSRA ? 1 Glenquinn ? 2 Inverara ? 3 SPRING HANDICAP: TRINOBANTES.. ..- ? 1 Rushford ? 2 Karanaud King ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP: SYDIAN ? 1 Secret Service ? 2 ? Grail ? 3

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

EDGAR J. RICE SPOItTS DEPOT WTZ-El'AN CH.UIBERS, n rASTLEitKAcni sr., on: 1100112 st., Sydney. AYBE'S I 1W0 ICHA11P1ONSUU' TENNIS BALLS. 11)/ VUI AYRF/SUo'lB CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS BALLS, 19/ I'EB DOZES. I

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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 most popular Sun day Newspaper— War News, and Problems. Women's World, Read from title to imprint by 400,000 People every Sunday

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

THE REFEREE Australian Soldiers in the Fight ing line specially desire their friends to post them THE REFEREE Above all other Newspapers

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

'SATURDAY SEfEREE' SUBSCRn»TION'FORM Subscription r«tci t:uciui!ti-r p-*'i'). wabli la lilviui't: Auitrllian Cotuoiorurrallli, Ke»- Zruliajl, .I'ljj, ?nil Fapui, per qiliiter, );t-; per annum, 0,'. Uml»d Kingdom, anil other jiUco Hjnid, per lunum, e/a.. lUmltUKCtj mi/ be nude by Aultnlun buiftpi, PotUl Xnlt, Honey Order, or Cncque, vriiU Kjtbtu£. »Iil«l. AlUrcu lo UA-SAOEB, 'SATUIUAY itlil-'LlUX'.' IYU.NEY. KAXJS A-ND ADDRESS OF SUDSCRLOEU TO 01 WIUTTKK dniB. DATE ? '. ? v fffrlM rliiab;.)

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

SAILING ? By TOM CRINGLE. I ~& S^,*?'™1 meeting of the Port Jackson *£S Club held at the Sports Club, Mr. W. J. Mitchell, commodore, presided. The hon. secretary s report, which was adopted, gave details of last season's racing. The financial position revealed by the balance-sheet shows that the club has made a net profit of £15/8/ on the. year's operations. A much better ?howing than the previous season. The chief receipts were:— Steamer takings. £117/13/; en «*«cc ices j.ti/3/; donations, 1JU/7/3; mem bership fees, £5/12/6; registrations, £5/8/9. Of expenditure, prizes absorbed £57/5/, steamer hire £89/3/, trophies £8/8/, printing £16/14/6. The commodore, in commencing on the im proved position of the club, said that much of the effort necessary to carry out the sea son's fixtures had been made by their hon. secretary, Mr. J. S. Martin, to whom they were really thankful. I can endorse'the com modore's complimentary reference to Mr. Mar tin's tact and push. The following we...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAMBLING WITH DEATH AT TWO SOUS A THROW: BETTING ON THE SHELLS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

GAMBLING WITH DEATH AT TWO SOUS A THROW: BETTING ON THE SHELLS Every man It born a gambler, says Henry Wood in an American paper. Some succeed In subduing the instinct; others dabble now and then tempting fickle fortune; whilst the rest are at it all the time betting with death and the devil - as to whether their souls will ulti mately go up or down. I have just been told of a young soldier who belonged to the last-named class. He is badly wounded and in a hospital not far from Vur dun, but they say he tries to bet with his nurse on his chances of recovery, be agreeing to take cither end cf the wager. Until he was mobilised eight months ago he was a young clerk at the Bourse, or, as the toldier who told the story put it : 'He pushed a pencil on the Stock Exchange.' When he arrived at the front he brought his passion with him. He played bridge, seven-up, poker, manilla, checkers, and chess; he rolled the bones, pitched pennies, matched coin3, gambled any and all sorts of ways. He wou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Sceclals. RANDWICK. Thursday. in ,,^h: ? por'.°n °f 'he course proper was mi* w morning, and provided excellent Boinj. Woorak put up the fastest mile eet tinc over that distance comfortably in ' 1 44. He ran the last seven lurloncs in 1.301. Pan acre beat Regularity a ion* way over sctfVa furlong* in 1.J1J. * y . r sctf' Polycrates spurted five furlongs in 1.3. Latn boumc ran seven furlongs in 1.39, and Ccticnc accounted for three-quarters of a mile in 1.19. Machine Boy and Narivo ran seven furlongs » l-ifim, ' 'seiui tasic was run by Ready Aye Ready. ? Mafioso and Royal Dude disposed of a mile in 1.50J. A furlong further distance was run by Lady Blacksaml and Jrteroo in 2.6. Gal lipoli led Glcnbrae over nine furlongs, Cie last mile in 1.47. Nombi and Flavindin went smartly over six furlongs. Canzone easily ran seven furlongs in 1.38. A fast mile was put in by The Mosul. Merimee was not ex tended to run seven furlongs...

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

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. nnuummi maintain; : Peggy Pryde was- Ust here in March, 1902. Her previous visit was is 1899. Harvard's champion strong man' can lift nine times his own weight. He need not be vain about it. ,A beetle can do ten times »» well as that. An English paper publishes an advertisement from a wounded soldier, who wishes to dispose of his shooting lodge 'somewhere in France.' Fine shooting, he says; 'snipe' and 'duck.' It is an easy thing for men with property to sell to make mountains out of molehills or vice versa. It depends on what the customer wants.

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

ATHLETICS By ARGUS. Members of the Walking and F.G. Club will decided two handicaps at t'ne Australian Foot- i kail Ground this afternoon— a mile walk and a running hop, step and jump. ! This afternoon members of the East Sydrvtv 1 A.A.C. and the Botany Harriers will meet in a match under Rugby Union Kules at the Aus tralian football Ground, Mascot. We arc now in the thick of the school sports On Wednesday last the S.C.E.G.S. led off with their 25th cnnual names; on Thursday St. Joseph's College decided ccrtsin events at the school ground. Hunter's Hill; yesterday iav/ the I decision of the Combined High School cham pionships at the Sports Ground, and also the first day of the Grammar School sporti at Rushcutters Bay; whilst this afternoon will see fcur schools in action — Sydney Grammar School on the school ground at Rushcutters Bay; Newington College at Stanmore; St. Joseph's College at Hunter's HI!!; and The King's School at Parramatta. The S.C.E.G.S. had a fine day for their 25t...

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

VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. ' The middle grass track, minus hurdles, was open this morning. Medley ran a mile in 1.431, while Promised Land did a strong round. Robin l.tit in a solid half-mile, while Bursar and Snap dragon, assisted by Quinolojist over the last four furloncs, ran a mile in 1-45. Derich re corded five furlongs in 1.41. Bridges ran a mi!e in 1.50, and Greek Fire nine furlongs in even time. On the course proper, WaFlalo ran a mile in 1.53. Akil cantered, while Garlin beat Cydonia 07er five furlongs in 1.4J. On the tan. Bursar ran a mile in 1.545 Secrete reeled off seven furlongs in 1.335. Dion and O'Leary ran five furlongs in 1.7. Miss Tressadr slipped over six furlongs in 1.173. S\ Rock did a mile in even time. Sir Howard, Blackacre. It's Funny. Lady Antonio. Boba dine. Ennispona, Black Ink. Barlow, Bellara. Faithful Laddie. Mandento, and Redress were out for steady work. — ^— — They come to the Flag from all quarters of the earth. The latest to join up with the Allies a...

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

THE BATTLE OF HEARTS. As Richard III. sighed for a horse William Farnum cried for a ship during the filming of the latest William Fox photodrama, that thrilling story of film life. Battle of Hearts, which starts at Hoyt's George Street, to-day. The picture had to have— and has — a ship wreck, a real one. But the demands on sea crail C1UKQ vy war (.unuiuuua iui « iuiic nuoc it appear that the picture could not be com pleted. Scouts wandered around, but they could not buy, beg, borrow, or steal a ship. There was not one to be had anywhere. There were no idle ships, not even sailing ships or. wind-jam- mers. The spur of commerce pricked every vessel into -icw life. With £12 a ton offered for freight between South America and Pacific coast ports, ships were not permitted idly to swing at anchor.. That a real ship famine existed no one knows better than the property man of the William Fox Company. Oscar S. Apfel, who directed the picture, issued orders that a ship must be procured and at...

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

SPLENDID REMEDY FOR CHILDREN'S COUGHS Mothers all' over Australia «re making in their own.homes.as go.od_as remedy. as money can buy for^Coughs, Colds, Whooping' Cough, Croup, Influenza, Bronchitis, and Sore Throats. All they do is buy from their chemist or store .Two , Shillings' worth, .of HEAN'S ESSENCE and add to it water and sweetening matter enough to make up to one pint. Such a quantity' of ready-made cough mixtures would' cost at least 12/. The beauty of' the HEAN'S ESSENCE .mixture is that it contains no paregoric, lauda num, on other' opium drugs, which are apt to do untold harm Jo young children,— * .-- '. HIWfT'S GEORGE STSKET, NEAR HORDERrTS ' STAKBHO lATmat&T— TWO BIO JTEATOEES. the 'whaiIm rox' rooTO-puT swioau; ' 'BATTLE OF HEARTS.' '. wtjh. ? WM. PARNTJM. ' ' IS THE LEADING HOLE. \ ___ _ : ^ MARY MILES MINTER ' ? ? ' IM. ': 'LOVBLY MARY.' FUIA OBCHESTBA. ' aXSTWCOUS DAILY— 11 to J. THRKE nOlTtS KVKMXC— « -o IU BOOK SKATS BY- THOXK, CITY MIS. SO KXTIU '. CBAK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 9 September 1916

Harry Rickards' Tivoli Theatres, Ltd* Governing Director' . . HUGH D. McINTOSH. ATTRACTIONS. ? SYDNEY: ' J LOUIS LONDON I ARTOIS DUO. ' ZONA TRADOK. | O'DONNELL and BLAIR. ' DAN AHERN. CLARENCE WILBUR. | ? KELLY and FERN. ?VANDINOFF and LOUIE. LEIGHTON and KENNEDY. MUSICAL IRVING. GRACE HANSON. DICK DOROTHY TRIO. ADELAIDE: WM. ANDERSON'S DRAMATIC CO. TIVOLI FOLLIES CO. OPENING MELBOURNE, SEPTEMBER 16. MELBOURNE: CARDO and NOLL. WINIFRED LEV1ERE. STANLEV and BURNS. THE PAr.SHLEYS. PRINCE & DEBRIS. MUSICAL BALKANS, BASLO and VTVL JACK and FORIS, MAX SELrNSKY. ' FLOYD MACK and MABELLE. MARGARET LEROY, TWO CARLYONl OS-KO-MON. BRISBANE: C. E. KING DRAMATIC CO, TOURING NEW ZEALAND No. 1 : HORACE GOLDIN and CO. No. 2 : ELLA CASPERS, FRANK GREENS. AND BELGIAN BAND CONCERT PARTY, Etc.

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