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LOOK AHEAD! [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
LOOK AHEAD! An old and woll-lcnownonginoor who has never had an aceidont or met with any (liHastor waa nsltod how it wna that ho w/w po fortunato in alwnytr avoiding cataa tropho. Ho replied: — ''Wbon I am on duty, with tho valvo opon and making fifty miles an hour, I ahvaysi know thiib clangor only lies in ono direction, thab is riijht ?.liead. Thoroasonlnovar havonny trouble in bocauso I always look nbond.' A wieoinrtn that, and ono who thinkn. Pretty nearly all the niiiuiry, worry, and sicknuaa might bo avoided if wo would only look ahead. Utifc no, wo look back. Why not pro/lfc by exporionco, and gnuip tho situation, and prepare for what awaita ua inntoad of fretting over what in pant and dono with for ovorP How much timo may bo saved, r how much suffering and sick nous boiwoidort by taking noto by tlio r;igiia of aporoaaliing (linonao p Boon guard iigainut tho innidioua foo which will got n hold on your Bjiitom if you noglocb bho first tiymptoms. Ilomom bor, tho journey of lifo...
ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
ON THE WHEEL. At tho Fair Sporta thio aftornoon a 10 miloa LonKiio tost raoo will bo run in addition to tho fiMidicapa. Moksou, Lowin and fnyno hoini; in Molhourno, tho Hold will bo roduood to, pcrlmpo, Moiulliam, M'Combo, A. V. Cbap nian and M'lnniu. Tho viatory will bo botiroau tbo ilrwl, tiro. A sponiul ponoral inoelimrof momboro of tbo Loauuo bun boon oiillod for to-night to con uidor tho profcrammQ anuounood for tbo Maroh Carnival. Thuro ia an Improstiion in uomo qnartorfl that tbo noraloh mon nro tfottinir all tlio ' fut' mid Iho uaomul aud tbitd-oluas mon tho ' lonn,' and that tbo vinitorB nro boinjc too liborally troatud. A fiiondly disctiHaion on tho litibjcot will do 110 harm, and thoro ia no doubt tho oxooutivo will bo only looploaood toooonpfc roaiionablo nugROHtiouH, bo that tinanimity may provail and all go smoothly, Tho uiauajro monfc of a raoo mooting has to oonoidor . what will boot provido nttraotivo Bpoct and mako tho mooting finanaiaUy and othorwiso ouoocaniul, a...
OUR NOTE-BOOK. TURF TALK AND TIPS. NEWMARKET AND CUP CONSIDERATIONS. THE ROSEHILL MEETING. SELECTIONS FOR WARWICK FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
[?] ? TORI- 1/ILK AfiSD I IPS. NEW3IAKKET AN© CUP CON SIDERATIONS. THE ROSEIIlLEi DEETIKa. SELECTIONS FOIt WARWICK FARM. (Br 'THE CAPTAIN.') This colony ia to bo ntrongly rcptesontod at tho Victorian moetiugo. Horaea on gagod at tho Cr.uMLold fixtaro, which 'ivill begin next Saturday and bo continued on tbo following Saturday, lmvo already inado b move tonnrdn tlio Eoat of war. Tho oldor colony han ngain a prospect of auoring iu tho Oftkloigb Pluto and I'urao, and tho rich Alma Stajcon, for two-yoav-olds, may got iv nhako from ono of cure, though tho ? entrioo aro principally youngotera brninocl in Victoria. Tho teams of Moaora. w. ji.oiiio, xj. kj xinon, l, x ay con, a. Jttor -lorn and 8. Fiolder may bo in strong ovi donco boforo tho Southoru campaign cloaoo. Patriot, Cromo d'Or, Dora, Blotford and Akarini aro in tbo Pinto, c£ furlongo, and ono of thorn way bo ablo to otrotcb Anrutn or tho bost pf tho Victorians). In tbo Pureo wo shall havo Dnuubo and Linnet going, and if ono of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
v~ ? ,' ?-?''' ' ?-—?'?«'? ? -i7yr'Ti!gr ADVICE AND MEDICINE, So Go. mi. ALFUIOn AQA83IZ, ' A lottnllj quivllllod Medical 1'rtiotitioDor snil Bur. econ, rPKlnteroil In Uront nritaln, Rn-l by tho Mod leal Hoard of N.S. Waloa, Into of tlio Jtornl Infirmary, Kdiubiirnh, and Uniiornltj Culloge Honpititl, r.ondou, ooon 1'ntlouto Dully at tho City ?roriilont DinimnBarT, 60:i (IKOHui-STUKKT, 111UCS«15I.D HlWi (Samo aldonJ) 'Toxin Hall, ncaraoulburu-okroot.) DIt. VOtil'i - W1UGUM CJI&niAIiU] TAUtiKTS RESTORE RKaUIMUITY NO MATTER AVHAT CA.U8E OH HOW I.ONO .STANDING. Tlitmo Nowly-DUcovorod TAIJIiKTH aro n. POBI TIV1C CUKl!;, Kvon in tlio JTo.'ifc Olwthmto Cnooa. 1'KICE, IO11 aud XII por bos. Extra Htronir. CbII or wrlto— 2!) X011K-8T.HEET, WYNTAnD-SQUAUK. Doi «7D, O.l'.O., Syduny. DR. GIBBONS,'' ? 137 ELIZABETH-STREET, SYDNEY. »Ki OIIJUONS, who In trobly.f|unlinad auil ncffiiitoroi), lian mmlo n llfo-loiifr ntmljr of PHI. VATK, NKUVOUS, and O1CIN .DIBKASHS, nnd linn illscovurod tho qu...
HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
[?] f^^^r^^r WoliBK (Btiya ono who lifts tnado a study of fcho sou) lifco to aco fighta. Many of thorn - Lavo a natural fominino shrinking, from tlio Bight of blood fl-nd bmi&as, hat it bun been observed nfc football games that tlioy epesdily racoror from this weakness, which is tomporatuontal ns woll as fominino, and tbmt thoy will gKKO with bi'cnithteE) aduiirp. tiou upon a Oft full-back with a bloody noco and a black' oyo. ? at fa Tho Hobart Federal Council '?as drawn np a formal address congratulating tlio QiMswn on hor long and bauoficont reign. Quito corroct. But why not coud a letter of sympathy to H.R.H., (it tho oiuno timo Bottinfj forth how. sorry tho loyal Oounoil fools (shab ho h&a boon kopt out of tlio King business forso lon;-f. This momo., in view of tho rumor that H.R. is ansious to got II. M. to abdicate in hiu frevor, would coino hi apropos at, tho propor timo. An old woman in Victoria, who e.t 75 yoars of ago hna boon liviug by noodlo work, ia caid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
r ? ? _ ? ? ? ? I §ftTHE ARROW '.INSURANCE COUPOwTj ? I SFECTALI.T GUABANTEED BY' ;THE NEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO., j l$.3.Yf^ BftAKCH— 81 PiTT-DTHEj:r, Sychet. j To ?wnor.i Kotlco of cinltsi, trader tho following condltloaa must Ijo nciit to tlio Inbovra AcMroiiR. tvltliilii I oovoa clnj-o after tho Accldont. £100. £100. £100. £100. INSURANCE for REABEKS of 'THE AEE0WoJ- ONE HUNDKED POUNDS 'WILL BE PAID BY THE ABOVE COMPANY TO THE LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE OP ANYONE WHO 13 KILLED BY AN ACOIDENT TO A TRAIN, STEAMBOAT, OMNIBUS, TKAMCAE, Licensed COACH, on Licensed OAB within tho Colony of Hew South Wnlea, in -which tho deceased win nn ordinary pacsmi&Br und not n rnilwuy or other uervnnt on duty; or who eball havo boon fatally in jarod thereby (should death rcoult within ninety dnyn of micli nceidout). INSURANCE FOE CYCLISTS. Tbo above nmonnt of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS Tilll bo paid obould death ooour from Occident nhilnt ridiujf a ejelo (oxcludluft mcinK), mibjoct to tho coadiU...
THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
\ * 1 SI? B €b far- 1 ''/ Goorffo JRiffnoIJ rovivoij ' LiRlita o' London'* to-niglit. Tbo popular Frank Thornton oommonooa hia aoason to-nigbt. Cooil Wurd gots bi'u roooptiona oirory niglifc at Hor Majoaty'n. L. J. Lohr will manogo tho Frank Thornton seunon in Sydnoy; Olmrloo Ryloy ond Ceoil Ward woro nt ooiiool togotlior. Winton and M'Qinty oro atill otiokinu togatbor at tho Palano. To-uicht oommoneoa tho last tvrolvo nichtn of thn lliunold oonnon. Soot In tiliri' lino voioo auits tho oharaotor of Wilfrod Donvor to a, mlooty. Mian Elliott PaKO.of Willinmnou'o 'Zondn' Compauy, ia an Amerionn. The Dolroy-I)oll Company noomo to Uo doing woll iu Now Zoalami; Tho 3roufrh Company flnishod up laat night (Fridny) at the Criterion. Cioo/y Kioliardo, ttio original Bolincfa in ' Our Boyo,' ia mint to Cooil Ward. How inuoh liana Phillipn is miasod in ' Tho Silvor King' at Hoc Miijonty'a. John Wnllnoo onomn n bit oat of his olomonfc as Elijah Coombo in ' Tlio Silvor King.' Harry Robortii la Btr...
CRICKET CHATTER ENGAGEMENTS. LOCAL PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
flip yl;^v^r^M^i [?] ENGAGEMENTS. louai, 1'BKMrunsnip. ? Uiiivorsity » Uurnooil. Univproity Oval North Kydiioy » Wuverluy, Norlli Sydney Ooutnil Uiiinb.ul.iml v Lnidilmnlt. Purriimattn Knst Syilnuy v South Kyduoy. UtuihcuUers HoJ rudiiinifluii v (Hobo, 8yduoj CricUot GiQUud. ltvdfuru, ii ljyo. HKCOND .OKA.DE. Iificliliar.lt v 3t. Goorito, Lololihardk Kcdfoiu v North Hjduoy, Itedforu Wnvorloy v rniMliiuton, Wuvorloy Manly v Euat Sydney. Manly llurnood r Ulobo, Uurtrood University, a. byo
Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
[?] It'o n torriblo thing to bo paralytic. You ? -, feel bo bad the next morning. '' Only tbreo houra olcop ovory night for '% two ycaro suomo « stoop utory to nwallow, A', but this io tho oolo oxtont of ono Welling- K ton lnboror'o resting period daily. 5 * o * .& Up-conntry court itoin : ' Doeo your '£ husband drink V' asked tho police magis- '?'? trato. Tho woman nibbed, and replied : ' 'N'oj but I of ton ?wiiih ho did. Than I might pot a littlo poaco in my lifo.' Said a Bourko vomnti tho othor day to a man with lii« ntvag on hit* back: ' What's tho mattor, my poor man ? You look ill.' Swnggor: 'Madam, Gomething I haven't caton has dinagrood with mo.' * * v . A local photographor rocontly recoivod buck a proof from a cuntomor, who eont inatructiouo to finish hnlf-u-dozon picturoa ?with hio coat buttortud, and half-a-dosson ?with it uubuttonod. V 0 W Advt. from (in English papor : — WANTKD, a. Koutlnnmu to uudortako tho Bftlo o( ti jmtoiit modlolnoi tUo udtor tiecr Runriiu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
THE FULL STORY \ (IU1.0HTJJATK!)) ov MM HIS CAPTURE. THE BBST ACCOKBIT. Somoililus: Ut KciuL Somotliing1 TrrErr^. Komolltlns' to Soml to Frlonds. 'SUNDAY TIMES' TO-MORROW. TJli: IiIOSIl' i!t«MAEKA0«] -UlUMffi amax uvitu tutowx* imi&Y iiLvs'mh'xm. tJ3r*Tu«} AoeQunt TviilJ bo found etoia|)Ma in nil doti\lls. Qixfar your Mm vo^ths do My. 'Biff TUB,' 18-fifiliei, [ FULL BUTLJSfi STORY,, . . ;
(BY "THE CYNIC.") [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
(By 'TUB CYNIC') T^XCITEMENT in the criokot world has ~^ slackonod down onco moro. Club matchosnro very intoroa tiny: locally, but with tho vanished possibility of cortain big por f'ormora winning plncoa iu tho rop. toaro, tiling havo grown comparatively common place. Tho almost ondloss army of biff cricket putrona drawn from their sailing, thoir bowling, thuir tennis, thoir fishing, thoir Biviinmiu;', thoir outings and thuir innings, to aoo tlio Iutorcoloniala, havo rolupeod into tho usual iunctivity. Thoy hnvo rouo back to tho pastimes of thoir ohoico for tho aoason mid timu boin;j, and trill not re-nppoar upon tho cricketing horizon until Stoddart nnd hia Englishmen corao along to test tho atrongth of Now South Waloa next Novombor. Thoro nro, howovor, liuiulroda of cranko in each powerful cricketing conUo of Sydney, whoso [sympathies with tlio ftiuno of bat and ball aro oo keen, and whoso lovo for it is bo clinging that thoir allogianco lioithor wandora nor wanes. TIiobb aro fcho...
SEEN OFF JOHANNESBURG. MORE EXCITEMENT. And Special Despatches to Follow. HONGKONG, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
SEEN OFF JOHANNESBUItG. MOItK KXCIXKMKNTt Ami Spcolal Dom-ivtolioa to Follow. Honqkono, February 9. Tho Swanhilda, with Butlor on board, ban just boon sighted off Johannesburg. Am Btarting in pursuit. ICoep all hands on dock and await further startling, ncroaming, ohrioking und utterly unroliublo rovola tionu. Tho abovo astounding cablograma camo to us all in n batch ju3t us wo woro proparing to attack our usual midnight meal of cow-hool and tripo and 'tanglo' on Saturday last. Instantly tho whole of Tub Abkow staff was eummonod from its lair, tho oloctrio Iamp3 woro lightod, tho flory furniices uot going, tho tromondoua prcBSoa (18 in number) woro oiled, 4000 miles of pnpor woro roolod off, and thon for tho rest of tho morning, during tho wholo of Sunday, «u'.d far into tho bowolB of tho night, copioa of tho cablo3 woro thrown off in billions and Bnappod up bo oagorly by tho surging oxcitod crowd that througod overy availablo snot within a radiua of 15 miles, that thousands pnid ha...
ANOTHER REPORT. Butler Goes for Convention. HONGKONG, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
ANOTHER 'itKPO»T; JUtitlor Goes for Convention. HoNOKOifa, Fobruary 8. Tho brig Phyllis, from all ovor tho world, has juBt arrived with a full cargo of utarvation on board, tvftor a otrtarb run of 750 diivfl, aud roports that thoro was a voBBel callod tho Swanhildn, and Butlor ia not only atill in Now South Walou, but ho has been oleotod ono of tho Federation delegates, nnd will probably bo ohosoa aa Proaidunt of tho Groat Convention. A later report cays Butler is in gaol, and ns thin makes mattors iiomowhab confusing, I will mako onquirios aloug tho wharvea and wiro again.
STARTLING STATEMENT BY GEORGIE STUFFEMTITE. The Swanhilda Seized When a Week Out. HONGKONG, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
STAKTMNG STATEMENT BY UEORGIE STUPFUHITITE. Tho SwftnhlWii Soizoil When a Wcols Out. HoNOitONa, February 4. Fortune favors fools 1 By the moront ohanco I ouccoudod in securing tlio real author of all tho reports hitherto published respecting tho Swanliilda and hor crow, and I hasten to sond tho latoat account along in thooxacfc wordaof my informant : — ' My namo iR Goorgo Washington Stuffomtitn. T -liii «ahin hnv on hn.ircl thn Train rub. I cannot toll a lio — for nothiu'. Hut I could mako a poofcy Rood attempt if I naw 'nrf-a-bull stickin' out for mo troublo. I am tho truthful, chnrub-facod littlo boy that stai tod all tho stories about tho Swan liilda racket;. Wo loft Nowcaublo 72 daya boforo tho Swanliilda,' but a triflin' thing liko that oughtn't tor provnnb a bright, intelligent lad from knowiu' all that hap ponod and a lot that didn't happon on hoard tho brig aiuco wo sailod. Airy fool can toll ?what ho knows, but it takoa a boy with a intorloct boyond bio yoarB to toll what, ...
HEAPS OF INFORMATION. So Long as the Swankey Holds Out. HONGKONG, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
HEAPS OP INFORMATION. So Long no (ho Swnnkoj Holds Out. HoKraKONa, February 3. Tho plot thickens! Tho Mountain Myatory booomoa moro mystoriowa than over I Tho whole world is arouuod, and a celobratod Ghiitorso anfcronomor, whilo studying the otara through a pioco of burnt glaaa, diocovorod a, man Qtiuiding on tho edgo of Muro nnd running up uignalD, whioh tho CliincBn aolontlnfa road an :— 'What price tho Swanhilda now ? Wiro Annow offlco to sond along GO million copioa next edition, via tho Milky Wiiy. Gonuino photos of Butlor would coll well hero. Wo aro tull about ,tho3o readied-up old blocks of Anglican bishops, Goorgo Doan nnd Ned ? Kolly that hnvo (dis) graced tho daily papers down there.' So groat ia tho oxcitomunt horo caused by tho liboral inducomont hold forth by tho Akrow roproaontativo to all who know, or think thoy know, any thiiifj aboub tho Swanhildit to como forward and mako a atatement, that my hotol io boaiegod by thousands of oagor persons of overy ago, box, crood...
BUTLER'S "DRIFT." INTERVIEWED AT HONGKONG. EXCLUSIVE FACTS. Published Only in This Paper. HONGKONG, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 6 February 1897
BUTLER'S 'DRIFT.' INTERVIEWED AT HONGKONft. '? KX0LU.SIVK ITA0T3. Publlahcd Only In Thin l'npor, noNQKONa, Fobruary 6. The Swanhilda has junt ai-rivod horo on hor way to 'i-Yi«co, and Cuptiiiii linan ro pdrtB all well and happy on board aftor a . Biuarb and omoyablo run. lloiitflrong ia certainly a triflo out of tlio direct lino of vessels trading between Notroaetlo and 'I'Visco, but Captain liosa oxplitius tho idea of taking this routo is ono wnieli occurred to a highly iutolligonl; and uciontficully in clined nailor on board who, owing to oomo peculiar form of brain diuniiBo, baa for gottou his proper name, hut in callod ABclio-BurgoBa-ilarwood-Butlor for short nosa by the crew. Mr. A. B. H. Butlor, having atudiod NauGon'a drift theory, con cluded it would bo v, ploasing change to sail aa fur north of Newcnstlo aa pouaiblo, aud then drift down to 'Frisco nfc loiauroi a plan which cortainly has tho cordial approval of tho crow, although it may not bo hailed with unboundod joy by th...