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STAGE MEMORIES CELEBRITIES OF THE PAST [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

STAGE MEMORIES CELEBRITIES OF THE PAST M ? °£e R'.Slm». in «« London Evening News, has been giving some interesting personal reminiscences of music-hall celebrities of the seventies and 'eighties. Many of the names arc familiar in these parts. 'I think of the music-halls of my youth, and many a pnantom rises Irom the grave of the buried years. Mackney. the forerunner and prototype of the negro minstrel, was singing his sonRs in the year that I was born, and when I was a school boy we were all singing his songs. In the Strand was one of them. Kor thf lort t'tt *rfk» I'r» b~n j-l-vl,-ini A eirl I know that's pot - lodpr.R Tn thr Strand. TV first thins that put mr Ju-«rt in i (lurfr «« htr Balmoral boot, ji sht crotacd tht pntCT In tht Strand. I 'iih I »«? with Nanev, In a Mcond floor for cvtr rnnrr I'd line «nil nit with Nancy In tht Strand, in tht Strand, in tht Strand. 'But I saw and chatted with Mackney over old music-hall days when I was a middle-aged man. 'Ujuworth, with his topi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILLARD & MORAN IN PICTURES AT THE ALHAMBRA THEATRE HAYMARKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

WILLARD & MORAN IN PICTURES AT THE ALHAMBRA THEATRE HAYMARKET By W. F. CORBETT. - Patrons of boxing and the public' -generalh/ are now to be afforded opportunity to lea on the screen at the Alhambra the pictures of the Willard-Moran fight for the heavyweight ciam- . pionship. ,_ This pictured spectacle of a great frcndnK THE INIMITABLE JACK CANNOT, WHO I S CREATING A FRESH TRADITION IN MIRTH-MAKING WITH THE TIVOLI FOLLIES. struggle, for struggle it unquestionably is, be comes attractive at once. Moran packs the fight to his giant opponent all the time. The ringside sizing up was mostly in favor of Willard, but the pictures make Moran look a winner nearly all the way. Yet Saicm Scuddcr says, in The Oc toroon, 'the apparatus kan't lie.' It, however, docs lie frequently, as far as kincmatograph shows go. I have seen boxing contests, and then witnessed the film representations of them, and found myself wonCcring if something hadn't happened to me or the films. The Jcfnics-Johnso...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Charlotte Walker, in The Trail of the Lone some Pine, is the feature scheduled for release Monday next at the Strand Theatre. Pitt-street, and the Majestic. Hyde Park. The Trail of | the Lonesome Pine is a dramatisation of the j famous novel of Jno. Fox, jun., and wan pro- , duced by Lasky. v bo : 'Come on, boys '. ' The men climb to the top with extraordinary quickness. All reach the parapet, but two do not cross ; they have crossed another parapet into another land, the land of everlasting sleep. It is our first sight of the soldier's death. How it differs from I all those film and stage deaths that the players i have tried to show us.' J ? I The Wonder series. The Mysteries of Myra, 1 is meeting with extraordinary success at the | Waddington Theatres. The third episode, show- i ing Monday next, keeps up the pace set by the two previous two chapter-, and introduces romr | new and novel features. Each episode is a i complete story. John Emerson, in The Lost Bridegr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

ANTHONY HORDERNS' TRADE Our Ruiincii *nth EVERY SECTION* of the O r.'MI.'SITV extend- (ion Oapr Vorfc to ( jpe Mo--- »nd (r.-ni Point D-inser to The Leemrin, and the lijoi.^ of .\ MILLION TOL'SI)^ »T-t;: -r l.v UORLD'S COMMODITIES Is availed ol erery dJJ- ??;? t!ic -hoppera who »ccure all their -nun:, a! THE NEW PALACE EMPORIUM ai »tll 'i bj- the TBOCSA-'DS of our C0C5TRY TOIESDS who entrurt thdr orrittt to th: Peit. OCK ESORMOCS TRADE ll PROTECTED at BVEBY PODiT by ANTHONY HORDERNS' FAMOUS LOW PRICES which art IMPREGNABLE «s«JnK ATTACK, whilst our »j»:em el FATING CASH for .11 ?» tl'JT and RECEIVING CASH tor all «e SELL, enable! uj to tfve TOP QUALITY AT BOTTOM PRICE \\- are ONLY l'NrVER.SAL PHOnDEllS to the PEOPLE OF THE COHMOWVTiALTH, and tit uoodi «f offer ARE IRESHEH, the ASSORTMENT GREATER, ind the PRICES LO1TCT thaa at «ny other [IIVELLERS in distant part- 'ho (end their ORDERS THROUCII the POST recelre the HA'IF rriOSIPT ATTENTION' a.i THOSE WHO DO THEIR SHOPPING OVER THE CO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

The mellow maturity, absolute purity, and rich flavor please and gratify. THORNE'S OJLM. 'Incomparable' WHISKY

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING Latest Happenings and Coming Events of the Ring [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

CRISP NOTES ON BOXERS AND BOXING Latest Happenings and Coming Events of the Ring : By W. F. Cprbett I'd eo miles to watch a match which pro mised to provide clever boxing, where I would not cross the road to sec a slogging affair. The Stonc-Uren house fell far short of what it miRht have been were boxing properly appre ciated. Tracey v. McMahon for £100 Everything is in order regarding the Jim ! Tracey-Bearcat Tom McMahon match, to t,ik- i place at the Stadium next Saturday night. The i side-stake of £50 eacli has been lodged with I your humble servant. Tracey is fitting himself ' at the Grand Hotel. Wavcrlcy. under the eye : of Artie McQueen— Jimmy Clabby's trainer— j and McMahon is working hard and satisfac- | torily with Geo. Chip. Joe Chip and others at the Darling Point Hotel, in the vicinity of the : Stadium. I Those who know most concerning Tracey'-. ' capabilities as a boxer arc certainly confident I regarding the outcome. Much of their faith I in his ability toz win is horn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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K.O. BROWN WAS A BIG GUY IN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

K.O. BROWN WAS A BIG GUY IN AUSTRALIA Fred. Gilmore. the clever Chicago boy. wh» was in Australia some months ago, posted me the following amusing clipping, a product of the pen of a local scribe. Chester Foust to wit : 'Knockcmsteef Brown wasn't much on Clark - street, but you should have been him on the other side of the world. 'Brown ate when opportunity onereu wnen he was a hanger-on around local boxing head quarters, but he waxed plump on kangaroo steaks or whatever the main article of diet was in Sydney. Australia. On King-street. Syd ney, he responded tn 'George Contas' with * curt nod that did not throw him out of stride as he strutted along. KAYO RICH NOW. 'Yessir. Knockemsteef is rich. The cables in formed Chicago that Brown had twice shac'x twenty rounds with Les Darcy, the champicr. boxer of the Continent under the world. , It would have cost too much to tell what Browr. made, for subsca tolls come high. 'Freddie Gilmore, Chicago welterweight, who took Brown abroad, told...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

1 MWLDUI, DEERY & CO., LTD. j BPOBTS DEPOT AND TOBACCONIST! I 23 CASTLEBEAGH STBEET j (Opp. Hold Australia). I GIBABS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO, PIPES. ETC. TODB OLD FBIEND, JOE ANDREOLI HAS OPENED A COMMODIOUS. UP-TO-DATE, 9 TABLE BILLIARD BOOM. At n CASTLEREAQH ST., SYDNEY (Next Angui and BoberUoa'i aod Kur TiioU Theatre).

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THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP. LAST WEEK'S SOVEREIGN WINNER: S. KELLY, BELMORE ROAD, COOGRE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

THERE'S A SOVEREIGN WAITING AT THE ARROW OFFICE FOR SOMEONE IN THIS SNAPSHOTTED GROUP. LAST WEEK'S SOVEREIGN WINNEJR : S. KELLY, BELMOEE ROAD, COOGEK. THE FIRST PERSON WHO PRESENTS HTMSELF AT THE ARROW OFFICE. 136-138 CASTCEREACfH-STREET.JUn) IS UHSMTIVUflP AS ONE OPTHE GROUP WILL BE PAID ONE SOVEREIGN. THE EDITOR'S DECISION IS FINAL; IDENTIFICATION ENTKUbTtCP TO A MEMBER OF THE ARROW STAFF. '

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BOWLS GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

[?] BMW?Corbeft^©A\ The City Club':; reprete:-.'jtive has '.'cen I:. 'rucicd to rar.pc up with the delegate* ivh' «i!l this year fic.ht far a long pennant when the .innuiil -li:7erer:ce of opinion as to whether the lomretition shdll be stretched to the fullest extent, or reduce;! the th; briefest duration, V.'ilhln reason. i% Ivin? fi'*.-.*h*il nllf. 'Ph^rr arc other delegates authorised to lake sides the ' sime way. How many or how few deponent ! imoweth not. because the information is at yc I unpublished o'-'tuide the walls of club premises. | It is remarkable that bov krs cannot make up | their minds on; way or the other for more , than a ainsle fea«on.' We hear year after year j the tame old platitudes snd tli: i-rot o!d arp.u- ; n.cnts worn threadbare with i;e ami use for ? and ajainst one thinq p:id the other. We set ? a .-iubstaniial majority i:-;rv the 'lay one way. and the next lime the voii:v; is for ihc other opposite mcthor,. B'.»v ecu: ? ,.-. cornc riDc.it ' ; one is co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

BAKER'S' STADIUM iV: ..1..1I :i.i.- i.Ui. III..: I. HAM'.H. TO-NIGHT AT d.jO-liKliAr INTERNATIONAL CONTEST. (Joe) Clilf v. (Dave) .SMITH J-;i:t I'rrliu.ii.jrv. :.;.,: II \\ l.!.\.:\r\ .. Hull \lii;n:\v .-. ? I I'r.'irrir...-;. «.'. : IH-' SIAKTIX v. 11KKU NEXT MONDAY AT & O'CLOCK. MIXED PROGRAMME, 48 HOUNDS. M.''IIONAL 3PUKIINU CLUB NIGHT. Tin,- -?? I! .I..-'- ' ?-:-;. ' Hi',- in li..i:ml. fi.nii-.i-. ? I !?? i-Mii-. ?. i::;u -;m.\::-. i . .-in I i!.\Ni:.s .. hia.sk i.icamam. in'- /I !«??! ? « »? -n.«»i:i. ' '.I'. --M\l.u:v -. riii.n m:m. :;i-.!:r'-::i '--:?.['?- i.'.mr ir/Mi. i u.w tim:m.\ -?. n.D i miMi. I'irei Trv-H.-. T.!.'.. I'ir-i ?--?- l-V.n-i- i-- ir.iv-i - I'-m. ' 1'iilf-r.s : -i iIKj.j, '.' jii-I I. WEDNESDAY, STADIUM 'POPS' AT 8 P.M. ?mMn~ Ftnlhilion- hv TOM Mi-V WION and .MM TIUCKV. \ [*,- K BI-AGKHLRN and HARRT HOWIES, ?lin I1MMV ?! »nnv and fRi:n KAY- T»o SU Knonrt, Content r«lwn HOP &M.-LARS ind AI.. WfllTB VS. PIT : Oli-feo' Jnd R01 VISOR. (Im BlJM-r'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

MOTORS, CYCLES, ETC. VJI7RITE tor partinilin of oar S.U. Motor Cj;!cj auJ VV Terms. Henderton'«. Lid. E-BCILT CYCLES £3. £1, £4. T. W. llENDElt SON, LTD., 10 Park st. -vtew wutos cyc!J3 «».«;, tvorkebs j^/io;. i-' T. W. HENDERSON, LTD.. 10 Tark-M. m. W. HENDERSON-, LTD.. for Gsnmne Vul, Ttm, ?*? T/J ; Tube*, 5.C ; 'Yorker T'jivj 0,. (0 Paxini.

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SMALL-BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

SMALL-BORE NOTES. South Australia has now definitely oeciaca to accept the State's challenge, and the contest will take place under home-and-home condi tions early in November. Teams are to consist of 25 men aside, all scores to count firing 8 -business' shots each at 25 ranis. The match will be the first of its kind in which N.S.W. has taken part, and riflemen anxious to com pete for a place in the team should get busy at the practice targets forthwith. Waverley, who ran second in the D' Grade Ia*t year, are entering a team in the C Grade. Though they have been unfortunate In losing W. A. Pidgeon, A. Coulson, and W. Staley, they hope to glye a good account of themselves. They will also be represented by a team in the D Grade, composed entirely of men who have learnt their shooting in the club. The club's desire is to establish a miniature ranee of its own, and is seeking suitable ground (0 5ct Up the small targets.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIFLE CLUB NOTES & GENERAL NEWS: THE NEW ARMY RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

THE RIFLE __ ? A. CLl/B NOTES & GENERAL NEWS : ? THE NEW ARMY RIFLE j By RANGE-FINDER. ..? .v, o^ Clrcular lo capons and secre JfJfJSfc. »he. Rlfl» Club!.1 Department is atkiug member* to assist the various military regi. trtM and other official, with a view to obtain- ! '-E throughout the State an .armative answer ' to the Referendum on October 23. Another communication from hcadaua.-.ers ; asks captains to push ahead with musketry, | in an endeavor to gtt all memucr; through the ' course as early in the year as possible. Grade matches commence next Saturday : A Grade. 700yds; B. 300yds; anc C. 500yds. To- ' days shooting offers the Isu opportunity ior practice, and no doubt a large number oi t!-c c.ubs have arranged their fixtures a;cord:n£ly. The premiers have a club shoot at 700yds. : Reference to the grade competitions recalls r the fact -that popular Jack Campbell, who I directed the affair:, of the Union— then known as the Metropolitan Rifle Association— before ^'dayy...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TULKEROO'S TURF NOTES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.) HOW THE RIDERS FARED MAHER HEADS THE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

TULKEROO'S TURF NOTES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE J.) HOW THE RIDERS FARED MAHER HEADS THE LIST. Fifteen riders shared the honors of the meet- I :n&. anil it must be retarded as unusual (or i two such capable linrs:rren n M. Conneil an-i ; W. Liilyman to be withcut a wi.mirij ir.o .lit. I Conneil vas the unlucky riucr ol the rr.ectins. lor ke steered no fewer than th'ec scccndi— Polycrates in the Eptor^i sr.d Metrop. .-irnl E«t tourt in the Derby. Liilyman ;.nt a second »iul third. :n the Snburl-un Handicap and Cirn crack Stiker. rerpcctivclr. P. Mnher vra:. llic onlv ri-irr io win on three dny-i. while A. Wood and L. Waik-r hod the. r winning mounts on cne d.iy. 1 hey a'td t'/Iahcr i were ihe only riders to ride two wi.-ircrs on o:ic (lay, though Mouii ar.d A. Hawkins won | the Huriiie:i and Steeple rioab'ei rcspcciivcl/. I On the closinz day or.ly Icur iocke^r. rod-: j winner?, and WootI was the only one who had I not ht'l one to his credit before. The fint ind third dayi found s...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BETTING ON THE CUPS SASANOF AND KILBOY FAVORITES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

BETTING ON THE CUPS SASANOF AND KILBOY FAVORITES. Randwicl: r-jnnin; has had an imporunt bearing on betting on the two Cups, and the New Zealand pair, Sasanof and Kilboy, now h:arl the quotations in the rc.-ptctive races. Sasanof dominnlci '.he Caulr.eid market en tirely, some distance clear oi Lavcnda. who i, a similar number of points ahead of Kc:. The next bunch comprise Green Cap. Cctignc. and Polycratcs; while a little further off aic Shep herd King, QuinolOKist, and Wolaroi. Kilboy is as firm for the Melbourne Cup =s his stable-mate ior the shorter race, but at a bigger quote. He is succeeded by Bursar twho has come down from a fairly lengthy quote ay reason of his Randv.ick Plate win on Wednes day), with Linjlc third on the list and Green Cap fourth. The next lot includes Shepherd Kine, Sasanof, Quinolocist, and Marculfus. \

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£100 FOR WAR WIVES SUNDAY TIMES FUND A WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

£100 FOR WAR WIVES SUNDAY TIMES FUND A WINNER. At announced during the A. J.C. mcetinc in The Referee and The Arro-.v, Mr. W. E. ror »yth offered any of his clients £100 if they could place, one, two, three m the Final Han dicap. A great number of tickets — somewhere about 4000 — came in in response to this invi tation, and were checked by a member of The Kelerec stall, who nas, rcnor'.ca tnat ncuociy placed the horses as required. With such an outsider as Agincoun. thn: is hardly to be wondered at, and had he beer, out of the way no doubt somebody would have claimed the money, for a great number of tic kets bore the names of Garliii, Fantarie. and Punacre; though Three Star and Cetignc were easily favorites in first pick. Failure on the part of any competitor to p'-ck the placed horses left Mr. Forsyth only the option of choosing to which fund his £100 would go; for he had announced that it was to be distributed in the event of nobody win ning it. Yesterday Mr. Foriyth called at th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINNING TRAINERS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

WINNING TRAINERS Thanks to Quinologist's triple crown, H. Chippendall was the most successful trainer at Randwick, u he was responsible for four races with two wieners, Bursar being his other charge. W. A. Ross had three wins, Jack Rice twice and Quarale once; H. J. Robinson, two (Mehi Kine and Hopficld) ; A. Hawkins, two (Louvre) ; F. McGrath, two (St. Rosaline and Manna) ; P. Nolan, two (Common Law and Acincourt). The other nine race were divided up between M. Hobbs,' I. Foulsham. J. Scobic, F. ]. Marsdcn, A. lnkpen, J. Moore, T. F. Quinlivan, J. Barden, and J. Burton.

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ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY By PILOT NOVICE HANDICAP ? TARTAN'S DOUBLE .. ' i Fairway ? ? i Lady Isolt ? .',',' ' ' \\ 3 FLYING HANDICAP:' ' ROSEDELL ... 1 Delimcre ? '..''. V. !! 2 Tabasco ? ' .'.' ,' ' '' £ Taquisara ? I'.'.'. 3 STEEPLECHASE : TROUBLESOME ? 1 Rushcutter ? 2 ^ihau ? .. :. 3 CITY TATTERSALL'S HANDICAP: BOMBITA ? 1 Fanfarie ? 2 Bay Rum ? .'.'', 3 FLYING WELTER : In the absence- of Colugo— - COLLAR BOX ? .' ? 1 St Rosaline ? 2 The Mocul ? 3 By THE SCOUT NOVICE HANDICAP : KNIGHT O'REEL ? 1 Ukuwela ? 1 Tartan's Double ? 3 PLYING HANDICAP : ROSEDELL ? 1 Eulacre ? 2 Clydeiid ? 3_ THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP : COURT JESTER ? . .. .. 1 Tobacco ? 2 Roman Queen ? 3 STEEPLECHASE : OKAIHAU ? 1 Glenquinn ? 2 Riuhcutter ? .. .. 1 CITY TATTERSALL'S HANDICAP : QUARALE ? 1 Royal Parcde ? 2 Karanaud King ? 3 FT. '{ING WELTER : PETALSTER ? 1 Lord Malt ? .' ? 2 ? Clydccide ? 3

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TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING FIRST DAY—SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14. IOLO WELTER—1 mile 1 furlong. (The start at 1.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 14 October 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME V.AXC. SPRING MEETING FIRST DAY— SATURDAY. OCTOBER H. ? . j IOLO WELTEIt-1 mil' 1 furlnnp;. ? j (Tto iturt it 1,30 p.m.) I ?t Ih r: '.-- Snent War ? 10 3 .Mirol ? 51 CbM Secretary .. .. 10 1 Torbarc ? * 5 I Aurlfer ? In I n-.rm(ilor ? * ' ! Two Bluet ? P II Hump* ? T IS PiH-lfr ? 8 9 ns-lfrcr ? - .. ' » ] rclTrtatntu ? 0 7 nrttfmrat-r ? ' ' i ?n'indle»h»m ? tl S Fin I.-amlro ? T 11 Iirtolfer.. ? 0 6 rrrry'» Kaney .. .. ' il f!old Palntin; ....!- S TcilAoromn ? * 't I'a»in ? 8 3 I'errler ? 7 II 1 nnrtinluclt ? 8 1 llobcobUn ? . T !- I Koo.va ? ' S 1 Almn ? 7 !- room Arvlrli ...,B0 P-ln» ? ? ' 0 Wnllichfo ? SO Pnrkdnlr ? 7 n Simhiirj ? I. l- riprido ? 7 7 Hurl Lorin ? 0 0 Ihr Courtier ? 7 7 Lucky Kmr* .. .. Jit Dim U.ld'.e ? ?? 7 Halt 1 Clcs) ? 9 It Orilla ? 7 7 Xoiitirt ? 8 11 lord Unacre ? '7 .Vibratory ? 8 11 Pantirrm ? 7 7 I.lnait ? so i'htnlatre ? 7 J Toleration ? S 8 Snle ? 7 7 Sir Did ? US Failf-lf ? 7 ; Adorn ? 8 7 Springlike ? ' ? Utir.ua ? 8 8 DEBLTAN...

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