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CROSS-BOLTS. THE TRADE IN INDECENT PHOTOGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

CROSS-BOLTS. THE THABE Iff INDKCKWT P1IOTO OKAPIIS, we nro glad to boo, is at last rocoiving police attention. If tho Customs Houso officers wora to watch the French boats a littlo moro closoly thoy would help tho niovomonfc along. It is also an infernal shamo, and a blight on Christian civilisa tion, that tho modern Goinorrah, Port Said, should bo allowed to trade off her' Egyptian doviltries to outward bound paa songora without let or hiudranco. Somo of the unholy things that reach this port from that fositoritig sink of Eastern viciouo noBS nro enough to provoko nn earthquake

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ANTICIPATIONS. (BY "PILOT.") ROSEHILL RACES. SATURDAY, MARCH 28. FLYING HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

ASMCIPATIOKS^1 (By 'PILOT.') t E0SEHILL EACES; SATUaDAT, MArtOH 28. FLYING HANDICAP: MOOREP1BLD or SAN MASCO 1 Akariki ? ... 2 AURBA ? ,H 3 HURDLE RACE« ESCORT. ROSEHILL CUP : KALLATINA or PHARAMOND 1 IiBOMIDAti ... .„ ? 2 Tub Tmbh ? 3 HUNTERS' STEEPLECHASE: THE AOE ... „ ...... 1 Daisy JJbll ? ... 2 Cardigan II ? ? ' 3 NURSERY HANDICAP: COOMBWOOD ... ... „ 1 KwKI.ANOA ? , w 2 Rot or SADEBTAone .,, .,., 3 Welter mile 1 ..,-. REDOUBT or SAM ... Jf I Colooa ? ,., 2 Mari.o,,. ., ? „, 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

': FOUR GOOD BEIMKS. WALKER'S -WHISH; THE QUEEBP S ALB, NICHOLSON'S GIN, KOSBACH WATER. JOHN.. WALKEEi 24 BOND-STREET. l^eimeB E3Qoo©39 £& S&ioira D5s©ases CURED BY TAKING HERR RASSMUSSEN'S (Tho Colcbrated Danioh Herbalist) ALFALIiE HERBAL REMEDIES Hit rut Rassmcsskn han received over 100,000 Gonuino Testimonials for his world - renowned Alfaline Kemolic-s. Sufferers from the Dlood and Nerves should fnvmclintely send for fiis froo and uooful psmtphlot which contains valuable hintn on How to Curo Nervous Debility, Mood Discuses, Kheum.ttiitru, Piles, »ml otlicr complaints. FJorvouo DoblJity, Lost Vitality, Errors, Varicocele, Lost Manhood restored and cured per manently by tnkinu; his cricbrated and registered Alfallno Vltnllttf PIHo. Special Powerful Course, 430. 6d.; Ordinary Course, 2.1s. 6d.; Smaller Boxes, 6». and 12s. Send for l'rco Pamphlet. Conta££ioua tllood Diooaooo, Strictures, Scaldincs, Gleet, Discharccs and Sores of all kinds cured permanently without me...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

Some nutlioritien assort, in roupocfc to atooploohiioou nud hnrd'lo racoa, that thoy cau work out tho form bottor than in flat rncoa (writos ' Riingor '), and can roly with moro coufidenuo on tlioir own oyos ftnd judfjuiont. Thoy enn soo hoiv a horso is goinpf, wliothor lio is g°'llfT at all, or io allowed to go, whothor ho ia likely to f;o bottor auothor day under difforent cou ditionB, and bo on. Tlioy inuko ziotes of tlioir own ahrowd obsorvationo, aud net accordingly when tho ri[»ht timo coraeB. My oxporieno.o, indeed, tenda to confirm tho boliof that croan-country jockeys aro botter judgoK of their own Ranio than flut rnce jockoya — that ia, tho former Imvo gpnorally a bottor idoa of what ia going to win than tlioir nnmllor . (though bottrr paid) brothron of tho pigskiu. Tho utnto mont is ofton nu.do that jockoya arc tho worst tipatora in tlio world oxeopt trainorn, and, liko rnauy swooping, cynical noaor tiona, thin in not truo. Somo jockoyn would bo aduiirablo tipatora if tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

A. WONUKRFUL INVENTION. PATENT WATER-HEATER. (AlfOTBATII.FOn A HANDFUL OF CHIPS. HAWNAM & CO., QueoiVa Placo, Sydney, N.8.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

? M«dlca]l« ? i ADVICE AND MEDICINE, 2b Od. nil, A.U''HK» AGASSI'/, A loffnllrqiialitlod Medical PrnotiLiouar anil Bur. neon, retflEtcrod In 1 1 rout Ilrltniii, imd bjr l.lio Modl.'nl Jlo.iul or N.S. Wulnn, Into of tho floyul luflnnnrjr, Killnliurcli, mid Univm-uitjr Oollot;o llonpit.nl, London, booh Patients Daily at tbn City j?ro?i(loiit, Bitmc-maTy, (m oKouuxi-sTituirr, Diiicicrnoriii nit,T- (Si»iioii«1lmi.s T-mn Hull, iumrGnnlluiru-Htrcot.)_ ought ^ffi^- ;;- JO tl»' 1'uco imd Lli-a, I.uii;;m)P, I\il nrntni'ii J'lti'Uon, &o., they nrri iniirorinx .„-,,, O tion, Wia-of Ulnoil, fco, llrilco'ii , IHlOn DUUUKSH Plhl.S quickly elimitfo tlin pnl.) niclily color of thn fnco into Mm nulily liloom of lioult.h, unil tlin ilollimlo K!rl Into Ilia well (lovolopud ivoinim, Tlmy mo tnuto.k'iiii, miilio liuro rlcli blood ; iimilimblo to Lntticn mi a Strniigtlieitlucr Kiiuiifhtor. Of nil CliomiHtn, or fron ]-or pout (ram tiio Agent, W. Q. CAINS. Chominfc, IIOHDI JUNCTION, WAVKKI.EV. Pilc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

, EOYAL EXHIBITION. .' ---? 'EASTEE CAJRNIVA^ 1st to' 7th APRIL, 1896. ? ?? ADMISSION TO GROUND, ONE SHILLING, Admission to Grandstand or Reserve, 2a Each Day. I {THE PEEMANENT AttTJTU.EBY HAND WILL TERFOIiM AN EXCELLENT I PttOQRAMME OP MOSIC EACH DAY. GEANB EXHIBITION BALL, .'..:',, TUESDAY, ArKlL 7, 1890, TICKETS, 10a 6d EACH.;' ' TRAMS WILL RUN FJ1OM BENT-STREET EVERY PEW MINUTES THKOUGMI IOUT THE DAY. NO HOBSES OR VEHICLES WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE GROUND. . . F. iEBSTEfl, Secretary. U AXWIUAIT 'SUBSOBiPi'IOM, ONE GUINEA, OWB3 PREH ADMISSION TO AM |[ PARTS OP TO DEOJBMDBB 31, IB0&, Ditto; LADIES. 3 TICKETS, ONE GUINEA.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

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NOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

[?] c^^ii^^^ ? King Prompoh, of Anlmnti, baa 3333 wivos. Thoro io luck in odd numbora. 9 O « Wnpolcoti I. Bood to tako not moro than twralvo minuton nt hia nioalo. Ho would 'novor bavo dono for a. city alderman or a Labor moiiiber. 0 0 9 Lady Sholto Douglan now throatons that if Papa-in-law Quoonoberry cuts off theiir allocmnco, oho and hubby will visit Lon don with a company, go on tho Btago thoro, and uso tlioir titles, i « ? ? Anyono who discovoro payable gold at a dopth of 2000ft can apply to tho Miniatoc _for Mines and ho will recoivo-filOOO roward. It ia worth a thousand quid to dig a holo that dopth. In tho Groat Kopublic thoy advertise ' Pomalo Help Wnntod,' ' M11.I0 Holp Wantod.' Tho familiar' Sorvanta Wanted' is abuont. Eopublicano don't liko to think thoy aro eorvantn. Tho latest idea in opaqito photography ia to tako a picture of a mau, or, rathor, of hia grinning, living skeloton, with tho bony arm round a protty fjirl'tt waiBt. Tbo offoct in nimply woird. o ? * Tho noc...

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Turk TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

y$$$'/IIi c*1^^^* ,n*T\ \'' $ C\ /y^* 4M!Z!_ Legor Day. Wdllnco and Cabin Boy ovor again. With the oddB Again on Wallace, and loss likelihood of Mr. Oxonluun'a out sider boating the crack aa ho did at Flomington. EmkIwicIc should bo » busy placo thin nftornoon, and tlio oponirrg day of tho Autumn festival should bo tho first of four good days' sport. Backers of doubles will know tlioir fato when tlio Doncastor ia ovor. Thcro lias been a good donl of double butting, mid it ia the nortof raco in which backers, if they got a ruu at all, will gut a try witli it. Tho Nnw Zealand hurdler Libonitor has started 147 titnoa. Loch Leigh was badly boaton by Clivo in a gallop prior to tho Koachill Cup. Kallatina Rhowed a doal of aoronona in tho Rosoliill Cup, which probably accounted for the poor showing olio mudo. Backers inado no miatako about Hiram at ltosehill. JIo won tlio hurdles very easily, but whether ho can put up tho extra poundngo and win to-day io anotlior matter. Hiram has several ...

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LEAVES FROM COLONIAL HISTORY. OUR CHRISTIAN ANCESTORS. How They "Dealt It Out" to Offenders In the Old Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

LEAVES FROM COLONIAL HISTORY. OUR CHRISTIAN ANCESTORS. How They ' Ucalt It Out » to Offenders In the Old Dftjs. Oun Christian ancestors in His Majesty's colony of Now South Waloa woro vory punctilioua in tho mattor of law. Long beforo tho notoriou* Mount Bonnie trial the courts of this colony ostablishod a record which ovon Biissia lmn causo to ouvy. Among other official ploaaantrioa it was tlio goutlo and affoctionato custom in Old Sydnoy to loavo floggod convicts out all night and throw salt and water ovor their ocarrod backa to hardon tho soroa consequont upon a too liboral uao of His M»joBty'a 'cat.' N.S.W. has fallou upon dogonoratod daja. Wo still scourge, but havo coaaod to salt 'om raw. Wo cannot part from tho loan, that dolicato plaything of our national infancy, but wo ha vo abjured tho uuo of salt aa a corroctivo. In viow of moro rouont legal occurrences iv fow itomH of oarly Sydnoy nowu may provo intoroatiiig. AVo quoto tho fi«t from tho N.S.W. Gazkttjb of March 20, 1803...

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ELECTROCUTION [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

ElircCTWICUTION has provod grimly Biicconoful in tho Unitod Stattia. It appoaru to bo at loant e, most nciontiflo motliod of flniiihinfj oft criiuiualu condomnud to pay tho oxtromo ponalty of the law. If capital puninhmont is to romaiu in forco in Novr South Wuloa tho authorities would do woll to connidar wnocner liiu oiuutricat cuivic iu not inuru npoody, painlosn, and loon brutal than tho bungling ayotomof hanging which provailu horo. A lato caoo of oucccoaful ulootro cution haa taken place in N.Y. Stato. Tho nubJKot wnn nn Irinhman namod O'Shoa, a colobratod ' ward politician.'.' Tho crimo for which O'Slion hail buen oloctrocutud wan tho cowardly uhootiug of a man - who had tlio iniaforUuio (o differ from tho bully in politico. All offorts to navo tho murdoror having failod, wbon liin timo camo to dio (on Fob ruary 11 last) Shoa wan conducted from bin coll to tlio oloctrical chair. Tho otraps boing adjunted, tlio priout bogan to- ruml tho Borvico for tho dead. 'VVhilo ho was ntil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

DO YOU SUFFER ? ARE YOU AFFLICTED WITH INDIGESTION, UACKAOHE, TIRED, ACHING LIMBS, LIVER COAT PLAINT, s LASSITUDE, or Any complaint ariiiing from an im povoiiuhod norvouu ayntom ? If no CLEMENTS TONIC IS A QUICK, PROMFI1, AND 8URE CURE, IT DOES NOT MERELY ' ALLAY THE SYMPTOMS, BUT EFFECTS A PERMANENT AND POSITIVELY LASTING CURK. ASK Mr. Ernoat Edward Foah, Borry, N.S.W., who writes on April 8, 180!) :— I ain only too bappy to givo you j\ tontimony »?« Clomentn Tonic. I had a unvoro attock of influonziv nearly ttro yearo ago. I hnd tho attou danco of a medical man, from whom I dorlvod no bonoflt. Tho nyinptomu from whioh I nufforod woro novoro bondnohon, ooro throat, I was nnablo to rotain any thing I had takon on my ntomnoh. My attention was drawn to ono of your bookii, nnd. nftor I hnd takon throo ' bottloo of Clomonta Tonio I found grout roliof from that timo until now. Whon I fool itnwoH I ftlvrdya tfiko Clouionta Tonio and no othor. I wish anyono suffering from tbo nbovo symptom...

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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

IN MEMORlAM. All tho gang likod Coflln, 'o wao Duch a bloomin' trick, No matter whoro wo broko up 'o was tiltraya suro to ntick, Though thorn as didn't know 'im alwayo thorfc 'o 'ud a ' rat,' But 'o 'ad tho 'coppora ' gallied, co« 'o'o ofton laid 'om ilut. I'vo aeon 'im at a picnic whon 'o'd got into a rux, An' as for 'coppor3 ' aloughin' 'inj, I toll yor thoy 'ad Birck'n ; 'E'd novor uao no motnl, no, a bottlo waa his lurk, And whon tho ' coppora ' started, you'd boo 'im got tor work. But ovory hero 'as 'ia day, and Coflln 'o 'ad 'is, 'E apread tlio ginger sarjont, bnt thoy tumblod to liifl bij,, Tho Emu — atriko 'im otiff ! — 'twaa 'im aa snuffed poor Coffln'a light — 'E 'it 'im wid hia baton wid all 'ib main an' might'. Wo i«ko!i up a aubnoription, and buyo a plotch o' ground, Wo carta 'im to tho bonoyard — tho puah all atood around ; Tho bloko thon roada tho Biblo, vro flllo 'ia grave wid olny, And oticka a bottlo at 'is 'end, and thon wo comoa away. I think wo all folt oorry, b...

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BEAUTIFUL WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

BKAUTIlUb WOUUN aro God'o special curno to mankind. A v/ritor in tho Cokniiill, Trho has boon in fipofltiiip; vromon'n priaons, oayn : — ' Ono of tho prinonora in a dolicato-lookiny; girl, with Ittrgo brown oyon and goldon huir. Sho lino a low, cooinjy voice, and a b'iu|-u- larly owoot, innocont oxproaiioii. ' Whut on oarth can that girl Imvo dono to bo nent lioroP' I whiapnrod. 'Donu,' tlio innpoctor ropliod, grimly ; ' out a houuo on firo in tho hopo of killing a inuii with his wifo and fivo childron.' Sho hoard what ho tiaid, and aho gave him a gliinco ouch no I hopo novor to boo apain in my lifo. It wna abno lutoly diabolic. Had thoro bcon u knifo within roach tho man would havo diod on tho npot. Yot only a momont bnforo oho had buon looking up into my fuco with iv Binilo an angol might havo ouviod.' A man could v/rito n tvliolo voluiuo about tho fominino character and not ox prosn an much as thono fevr linen. It ia Ronorally tho lady frith tho angol fuco and dovo-liko eyoa who ...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

OM THE TRACK. RAND WICK. It io alwnya a buay and iutoronling time at Rnndwiok just boforo tho A.J.O. Autumn Mooting, and thio your ia no oxcoptiou. . 'i'ho difforout traaknand couruo propor will bo oson at thoir boat on Suturdiiy, mid with nuoh oqnino aolobritina na Wallaoa, Hrwoo, Tho IlarvcuLnr. Munio. Dalnwnrn. and othnrn whiah aro putting in tlioir fiiml Ballopji, tho raoiufr alionld provo to be of na intorcallnt; n uaturo aa lion boon noon for nmny a day. Tli or o liuu boon a pov/or of ((nod nolid work dono by tho entranta of tho diffsront ovontn to bu ran, Hiul tho ronlorn of Tub Abkow and llEPBiiKti havo boon faitbfally paatcd with tlio doltiffo ' On Tho Traok.' Amonfn1 thoBO treilnsro wlio ecoih to bftvo thouKhta of annexing the Donoaator fa T. Lntnond, who hoado tho list with Delaware. Thin horao Im.'i dono an cxoollout praparation, bo han Albocoro, who in in tlio oamo ntnblo, and tho loot timo tho pnir galloped together tho nib' had tho bottor of hor companion, although he...

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WHERE IS SHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

whuiiis ih mii:. Oh, whoro ia tlio girl who usod to play 'ThoMRidon'a 1'rnyor,' nnd do ocoohob Ia imah a jwoot, nudaaioua wny, In oolorn ntriluni; f Who lovad to buo tho liouno woll kopt, Wlio duotod it botimea, and «wopt. And ponalvoly o'or ' Ennt Lynno woptP Bho'ii ifono a-bikiii(f. Whoro in tho girl whoso blualioa slow Wlion, un tho coition moon bwUirb low, You tall hor that you lovo liar uoP ' Slia'n to our liltlnrf. Alan, it ia in vain to nook Hor who would hoar a lovor iipoak With dowy ayo and nmntlinrt ohook— Bho o uonoa-bikliift! [And sho'll novor oomo bank any moro.— EoiTOIl.]

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CROSS-BOLTS. WAR IN THE TRANSVAAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

CROSS-BOLTS. Y?Alt IN TUB TIUN3YJUL ? ia uioro 'than likely. In viow of thin fact another account of Jamoi»on'o fight, which comes by thia nook's mail, in worth con oidorinft. It roado liko tho truth, and it would neetn that Jaracnon, in upito of all tlio ' blov7,' wnu juufc oiraplv outcoiiornllod nnd knocked oilly by thono donpisod Boern. Tho writor saya that tho Boon» flrut camo at tho ICn^liuh Ioisunily, nnd finally tirod on thorn. Jntaocoii'o mim roturnod tho flro, mid tlio liourn turned and protondod to Qco. Tho Encliali In.ughod in dorinion mi thoy purnuoc) thom up tho rond ri/;!it into nn nmbuoc«.da crhich tho Dutchmen li:ul pro pnrod for thotn. Suddonly tho Boors poured forth a volloy which brought fclio puruuoro up ohorc. Jnmoson rrtxa ciui|;lit lilio a rnt in (i trap. While tho rotnmtinjj Hooru hud led Jamoson'o man on, tho Boor commnndor hnd uciit ttnohhor forco of man around to cloao about tho roar. Tho column wan ourroundod on tliroo cidoo. Tho only vnvy out wao a narro...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

BOWLS. /T1HE fjamo of bovrln, whicli ia said to fcsvo ? ?*? been played in London as oarly as tho twolfth century, although not mentioned by namo till tho year 1512, whon ib was in cluded in a atututo agnirtsfc illegal gfttnos and puranitR, 1ms talcon a groab hold upon Australia of lato yours. Moro especially ia thia noticoablo in New South Wales, whoro hardly a tiny passoa, Sunday included, without a number of our groons boing on livonod by matchea botwoon einglo indi vidualo or rinko. Wo nro just now in tho thick of a bueior time for bov.'lors than baa ovor boon known iu Australia before. Yesterday tho com potition, ;-1 points up, for tho Association1!* championship gold trophy, bogan in naracut on Wavorloy, Itundwick, Biilniain and St. Leonards' groonn, and soino oxcoodingly close (fomtia woro played. Tho ontrants numborodGS. To-day tlio struggle will bo continued on the Cify groon, whon tho iviunorB of Good Friday's matchos will bo drawn against ouch othor, details to bo arrange...

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COMPULSORY AND EXHAUSTIVE VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

COMPULSORY MO EXHAUS TIVE VOTING. Dbmooratio G-ovemment, despite tho fervid onlogics of tho profosoional poli tician, in not an unqualified nuocoss. It is superior in most respects to any exist ing inotliod of national rnlo, but in itn present chrynaha-Iiko stato it has boon found wofnlly lacking in a dozen different s?aja. Tho ensential principle of democratic government in majority rule. Under tho prevailing ujBtoni, if a candidate comeo forward in tho interests of total prohibition, and polls 4C0 out of 921 votea recorded in any given oleo torato, and another man who has put up as a publicnn'n candidate polln nlao 4(50 votes, and the Iteturning Officer givea hia casting vote in favor of tho prohibi tionist, that portion in elected to tho legislature forthwith. Ho in naid to roprtHcnt the peoplo of hill electorate. The fact, that 400 olfctors aro not repre Boutcd by him doou not appear to havo nny significance. Balancing tho repre sented against tho non-ropresento.1, tho lcginlato...

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