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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

SWIMMING-. A monk disturbing rumor, founded on ox collont authority, roaches us to tho offuct that our favorito convincing-spot for owimuiing contests — tho Nutivtoriiun — ia not what wo have understood it to bo insofar ns longth is concerned. Hitherto wo havo lived under tho improssion that the basin ninauumd exactlv 8!!vds lffc. thua ?requiring throe lapa to tho 100yds, a fact which was found to bo very nico and con voniont when distances uindo up of ono or moro contnrios were down for discussion. Now our cliorinhed belief is scattered to tho winds by tho information that a com potont and roliablo man has otretched tho tape from ond to ond, and gavo out thathiii calculation of tho length was Oin lens than what it has hitherto boon rookouod at. This is, indni'd, n bombshell, for all our rocorda, with fow exceptions, havo boon accomplinhod in tho NiMatorium. What will bo said now l)y the irorld'n nwimmers ? Just fancy threo-fourtliB of a foot abort ill overy lap — a great deficiency...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

MOTHERS ''' j OUGHT JU^riK^i^2,«S TfJ tho Fnoo inul Ups, iMiicuor. Pol ....J;... pltiition, io., thoy nro uufTorinir KNOW '?-»?- Anio:iin, oausoil liy Mnlnutri ?riiio tl0». I'D1S '( IJ|0011' fte- 1)rllC0'n TrIlOo DUCHKHS MLIiS quickly oliunKO tlm palo fiiokly color or tlio fuco into tlio rrnlily bloom of IkuUIi. uud tlio delliiiilo jfirl into tho woll dcvulopotl woinnn. They uro tnntnluita, tnnko pure riuli blooil ; invnln.iblo to j Lmlion iia u Btroniftlioniiw llogiilntor. 01 all Clinmiuts, or froo jier pout from tlio Agont, W. G. CAINS. Chomiot, JIOHDI JUNCTION, WAVKUI.EY. l'rico 7b Gil, or thrco I5oi«a for W)fl. N.H.— For .Vr.inh only. Thnno who nenil ! tliifi couimn with M will roomvii ono box, or throo for li3W. Thousands of Toatiuioninln. T'i)VrCK~'AND''Mlfr)ICINl!;, 2s Co. 1-U. ALVIUU) AUAS.SI2, A lo™Uy nniiUlliiil ll«dicftl Practitionor ftiul Stir I'ooii,' rofjiiitorml in Urmt Hritnin, nml by tho M«llt'.il Hourd of N.a. Wulo.-), Into of tlio ISoyiU lunrinnry, Kdinburcli, nml...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

v \ x ^v__ —~Z~~~-*i Q I *-. si's ? 'Djin-Djin' opcnn at tfco Lyceum to night. ' Man to Uhriiito' will bo rovivotl nt Her Majesty's to-nitrlit for ono occasion only, whon tlio Diunpiors nnd Mra. Hurry Marshall will mnko thuir fiirowoll npponr utico boforo procoodinp; on an oxtondod Victorian tour. The thontro will bo closed during tho wool:, nnd will ro-opon noxt Saturday with ' Cnllod to Arms.' An attompt wns rando to infuse tlio bruath of lifu into tlio Sydnoy Music Hall last weok. D'Orsay Ogden and iv selected company of mummers wont down thoro wit i- a wo'ud, uncanny tiling ontitlod ' Sydnoy under tho Limolight.' Tho nauio wiib ittnrtling and uuroal, but it was no inoro impossible tliau tho play, which consisted cliiofly of Kodforn tuntiul with a munglod corpso lying across the railway lino nnd a murderous looking villain climb intf up tliooiifiial box or something — most likely something. Whilo (hu limelight was full on tho maruigomont discovered that tho weariaoino and ovorlau...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

Men of Letters t (earnestly advise k&fj '\the use of ^-m5?

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
N The SLUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

til., '/i Stoftd'a now r61o of apologist to Ccoil Rhodes iltu him woll. Freotrado and Labor agroo to play in tho Baino yard at Cowra, Tho Mormono aro tho boat govornod pooplo in tho world. Parkon boliovos m 'good govorurnont.' A atatuo orator opincn that ' tho peoplo _^..i,i ,,n,,«,. ant\ anw of fcho viuomnlovod dyinf? of fitarviUion iu tho ntrooto. Somo of tho unomployod uro Dimply dying of thirst. JiuIro Windoyor fatliorod tho N.S.W. voluntoorn. Hin Honor lms boon both captain nnd major of tho ' foorooa. Wo linvo novor noon hia Honor in military uni form, but wo would run uovoral nriloiJ to do so. Thoro wna not ft mombor of tho royal family within roach of tho Dulco and DuchooB of York whon thoir nooond uoti wao born. iTho Cabinot Minintor whono ftt tondauco waa roquirnd by tho law arnvod thirboon hourn too lato. Now South AValon Poot Lauronto, J. C. Noild, propoEod tho toaat of ' Ono Pooplo Ono Doatiny' at tho intor-Parliamontary crickot food Tuootlay ovoninir. Yoo, ono pooplo on...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

[?] [?] npilE Globe had a high, old time at tho Oval ou Saturday. ?**--- « ». ? *? - Cobcroft 13Y and Poidovin 120 nof out tollo a tnlo about tho Wavorley bowlinp nnd Waverloy fielding, especially tho fielding, which waa oxtromoly greasy, Tho criokot from 4.30 to 5.20 wao about tho quooroat over aeon in sunny. Sydnoy. Tho bowlora tried thoir best to got tho wickots, and the batemen tried thoir beot to get out; but ovon tbon tlio bovrlora found itdiilknlt to capture n few wickota and tliorebyiraprovo thoir avonigoa. Poidovin, however, didn't ondoavor to (jot hiiuGolf out, but promptly sraacliod a four whouovor nn opportunity of doing bo preaonted itsolf. Ho is a lino young batsman. Erneat Ironsides bagged a couplo of wickots with Iub ^yhirlilla ; but, blosFi my heart, tho wioketa bagged thomsolvoB. ?Wavorloy ought to havo givon young Noonnn a ehaneo to anag eomo wickets whon thoy found tho batsmen detcrmiaod to cut thoir livoa short. ~ Ellis, tlio Qlobo wickot-koopor, J3 protty smart...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Straught Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

C^^®fyf-ffi£^ Roformor, reform thysolf 1 ? * ? . It is tho qunck who is most auocoaBfuI in every profession. ? ? ? « What is all tlio world to tho woman with a wart on hor iiobo ? ? « * Thoro will bo n. groat musical Din-Djin tit tho Lyceum to-night* * * 9 This is tho Lonten season. Tho londing sonaon commoncoa junt after tho holidays. ? ? ? Honniker Hoaton inserts that N.S. Wiiles holds tho world's champion bolt for divorces. ' ? » « Somoof tho cleverest and most denperato burglars in Sydnoy avo French oacnpeea from New Caledonia. '* ? ? * Coolgardio haa pjot a now railroad and ft gravoyard. Tho railroad will materially help to fill tho graveyard. ? ? # ? » Tho trouble witli this country is that tho men who want worlc can't got it, and thooe who can got it don't want it. ? » ? According to tho ntatutoo of this colony, the theft of a goat is cattlo-stealing.' It iu only in N.S.W. law that a billy-goat can bo a cow. . * ? « A North Queonoland jnry onco brought in tho following verdic...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT BOATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

[?] BOATINO. Much of tho intorostin tho rnco for tho Dnnbur Cup last Saturday was spoilt by tho commit-too deciding to ndhero to tho Botany courso, which was nndoubtodly a mistake considering tho heavy wouthor conditions which prevailed outside, more ospocinlly na tho Itatnuy fisherman, who usually iicte on bucIi occasions, refusod to moor hia boat for n, rounding mark owing to the heavy boh running. Under tho circumstances a win for Tholraa was a foro^ono conclusion, aud she had tho raco to herself ovor most of tho courso. Tho othor throo pub in a particularly lively titno, nud tho crows must have thoroughly onjoyod thoniBolvcs. I Ken, which has boon laid up for a twolvonionth, tanked Uko a stove, and nho trots nearly half-full of water wlion tho good old Doc. cnod a go and squared away for homo. Iolnntho aoeined porfectly buried, catching two or threo nasty comborn, and as tho fore-hatch was in want ofrepairoa great dual of tho briny found its way be-low. Of tho throe tho littlo H...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL SNAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

FOOTBALL SNAPS. (BY 'QUIIilV) It wasn't Wallaroo Bob Strong who waa arrested in King-ntroot tho otlior night for ' righteous ' conduct. It was anothor Bob. Rugby Union annual mooting on Monday night. Somo ono ought to bring up tho mattor of football dross, and propose a romody for tho Blovenly way aomo of tho Sonior clubs appoarod ou tho field last yoar. Tho UnivorBity Club's annual mooting took placo last night. Tlusy'ro more onthu niasbic about football than criokot. On dit that a well-known footballor, roniding along tho Ilhiwarra lino, has very lately takou unto hiumolf a wifo. Ho waa growing old, and might havo committed tho indiscrotion years ngo. This ia nob Taffy Parish. Archio Boyd, tho Kukkiikk and Surrey half-back, him joined tho Piraton. A good littlo playor, au u ruloj at his boat, protty mil try. ? ? » Tho UnivorBity ground committoo aro giviug llio Southoru Bntiuh Association inodalu for coinpotition thia Win tor. It moanu bringing grisb to the mill in tho shapo of ga...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANTED A WIFE [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

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Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

\ n \ ^ @$ 'if -® ?) V#» [?] Tho Prince of Waloa' lifo ia insurod for XG50.000. Thoro is a whole lot of difference between a now woman and a nico ono. ? ? ? Quoon Victoria laat year had to appond hor aignnturo to somo 50,000 dooumonta. ' Tho first recorded harvest on the Aus tralian Coutinonfc ainco all oternity took plnco at Koso Hill, Parramatta, in Decem hnr. 1789. Amorican ardor in tho causo of Vonozuola has cooled down ainco tho Govornmentof the latter Republic ordorod a lnrgo quantity of war materials from Germany. Tho Edinburgh University graduate who poisoned himself nt Moroo recontly, fur nishes nnothor melancholy oxamplo of a goncrnl inutility of n collogo degreo to tho uinu who has to hustle for his crust. * ? ♦ Tho Rev. Jno. Dixon saya gambling ia our ' national Bin.' Wo nro glad thia question has boon fixed by tho churches. Henceforward wo will know which kind ' of wickedness wo must patronise to bo patriotic. In 1800, only 00 years ago, Penrith waa tho out terminus to ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IF THE EVIDENCE TAKEN [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

IF THE EVIDENCE TAKEN bofore tho Molbourno Board of Inquiry is to bo bolioved, Victoria's Mercantilo Marino is moro or less 'Just a paok o' rotton platen pattiod up with tftr.' Tiik Arrow would liko to know whon Bomo of tho ancient hulks knocking . around our own harbor and coast with paBsongors and cargo aro going to bo busted up for old iron. It comes with au unpleasant surpriBO to tho Intercolonial travelling public to hear a niombor of Par liament assort on oath that ho put his foot through the duck-plates of ono paeoongor ctoamor, and that another was allowod to lonvo port with holes in lior boilors.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITH GORY DETAILS OF TURKISH MASSACRES [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

WITB GORY DETAILS OP TimKISFI MASSAORHS our latest London files aro Bimply reeking. Ii» ono place a numbor of young Armonians were bound togothor nnd burnod alivo. An unfortunate priost wao captured, nnd bayonets having boon fixed in tho ground, poinfci up, tho wrotchod man was tossed into tho air so that ho should fall upon the cruel blades. Somo 60 Oliriotian young women and srirla were driven into a church. whero tho soldiers woro told to do ns tlioy iikod with them, and afterwards kill them. A fow of fcho moat attractive women woro invited to nccept Islam and mnrry Turks, nnd woro slaughtered for refusing. Children hnvo boon torn to pieces by main forco, nnd prognant wouiou ripped opon. When tho Chineso massacres of minsion nrioa teok place a littlo timo ago, England forced tho Chineso authorities with loaded cannon to tnako ropnrntion for tho ont ragea. Yet the ghoulish Turk can rip, tear, soar and Blay defenceless Christian women whilo John Bull and Co. wink tho othor oyo. Thi...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEOPLE BEGIN TO ASK [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

PEOPLE BEGIN TO ASIC what tho hospitals aro for ! Judging from rocont dovolopuionta, wo should say that thoy woro oithor nominarioa for incipient sawbonon or iiiBtitutionH exclusively do voted to tho euro of patiouta bolonjjing to tho upper classes, whon tho authoritios of tho Sydney Hospital can in cold blood rofuso adminsion to a 75-yoar-old pationt, in whoso cut bond it was found necossary to put four otitchcB, and who waa nlao suffering from an injured leg, The Annow would liko to know whom theoo dignitarioo couaidor eligible for hospital troatmont. Our idea of hospital Saturdays and bimilar functions wao .that thoy woro instituted for tho purpose of giving a charitablo public opportunities to provido skilful and propor uiodicnl attention for tho sick and wounded of tho community who nro unablo to socuro ouch attention otherwise It aooma, howovor, that wo aro miatnkou, for tho caso of tho man Taylor and othora indicates thnb our public hospitals aro in existence for tho purposo ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIETIES FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

SOCIETIES FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIUALS both in Australia nnd England should combino to sco that tho livo cattle trado. is carried out in a loss barbarous fashion. Accounts of rocont livo cnttlo shipments from colonial portaform moro horriblo read ing than detailB of Aranoninu massacre, i If n poor dovil of n carter works a horao . with a grazod skin ho io promptly fined, whilo moneyed companies and wealthy ohip ownoro can mash and pulvoriso their holp loaa living cargooa without lot or hin dranco.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAND AND INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

THE LAND MB INCOME TAX. WiTn a fooling of Badness and longing which io not akin to anything in par ticular, wo bnvo just filled in our Laud and Income Tax returns. Tho idea o£ compolling tho public to fill in tlieuo returns for thcmaolvoo under pain and penalty io original with thin Government. Instead of appointing a qualified staff of assessors and clerks to do tho work, ovory luan undor tho now Act in mndo his own Civil* eorvant. Ho ia expected to bo a whole bureau of information and a tnx collooting department to himoolf. Having partially abolished tho Cuotom Houbo, tho Executive formally appoints tho property owning community to tho position of return-flllor and law reader in ordinary to tho community. In ordor to facilitate the offorto of tho Toxoe tho roturno aro made aa complicated and metaphysical in character aa possible. Tho result is that one half tho minority who now constitute tho taxpayers of Now South Waloa ia wildly ncratehing its head over vaguo official commands t...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

THE.AIIKOW. PUBLISHED EYEKY SATURDAY. 100 YORK-STJBEET, SYDNEY. TO SUI5SCKIBKKS: . N.8.W. la por quiutor, 2i- por luilf yoar, or 4s par annnm. OTnKH CoMHiua. Is M por quarter, 3n por lialf year, 6a par-nnam. PoBtfrco. Terms : Cash in ndvanoo. ' ADVUKTISINQ SCAIVEi En i-or inoli por iiuiortion. . Special quotations for advortiaomouts inserted for a term. BATUHDAY, MAECH 23, 1K10.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

- ? AmBaMOuaoM ui. H' E~R MAJE S T Y ' S. Solo Itiianooo ... Menaio. Wooda nndMarnhal). Mnnngor ? Mr. AUrod Wooila. THIS IBATU1U-AY) KV13WINQ, ut 7.45 p.m., Sl'PCIAL ItEVlVAI, J-OU TIII3 NIGUT ONLY of DUMAS' HISTORICAL DEAMA, in 5 Aotn, MONTE CJHS'fO. T,aatnl(;lit nud Fnrowoll Appe.vriinon of Aucitrnlia'o Mont l'opulnr Aotor, ALFlcED DAMPIKU, Sup- ? ported by tho Full Stroiiifth of Hor Majooty u Powerful Dramatic Organinntion, Popular I'rieou of Admioolou. Doors open 7.15. Kurly Dooro (Cd e«trn), ().fl.r-. J. L. J.K BKBTOH. AotiiiK-ManHKer. rn H E A T R E R O Y A L. JL. _— J3A8TKB 8ATUJKUAY, APBIL 4. EE-OPEN1NU WITH A NKW PRODUCTION, BLAND HOLT And hio PAVOBITE PREMIER COMBINATION 'Will present for tho i/'lrut Time in Auntralin, tlM) rol|;iiine London Adelphi fjiioooaa, ONR Of THK BEST, ONH Of T1IK BEST. Prlcon, 3d, 2o, nnd 1b. Di^y Tiokoti} at Powor'o. OALTj AND BKE THE COltBETT FIG1IT on tho KXN-KTOSOOPE at tho EDIBON JBLEOTBIC PABLOU, 1C2PITT.8j. Opuonito the titraud. 'WELL WORTH...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH COMPANIES [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

ENGLISH COMPANIES to tho tune of an aggregate of about .£50,000,000 havo boon floated' on Wos trnlian mines during tho last fifteen mouths. In ono month ulono .'IS companies woro launched with a nominal capital of nearly .£5,500,000; 207 companies flouted in ton months nt .BUG,C54,20O. Tho British invostor will cop out aoonor or later, and hi;) confidnnco in Australian investnionto generally i3 bound to got a sovoro shaking 'P- ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

JAMES BRENNAN, TATTEBSAIL'S C1DB, EOSBHILL T0--DAY. SPECIAL Double Number (10 jPAQE8)» ; .: ' NEXT SATUBDAT. ? _____ nH«5$l_ii!ff. ? u. ? TCT'aVMHIOJTjrTlffiSll.-A^TOVilonoKiiHAint. ,1M ? Half, IJKchttJiKo Hotdl, Moiulny, »Okh iaU,, 0 IP,*

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