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TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY-SATURDAY, APRIL 4. FIRST HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

TO-DAY'S TIPS. (Bt ' PILOT.') jL.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIEST DAY— Satdiiday, Apbii.4. F1EST HUIiDLE EACE : niHAM ? 1 Namo ? 2 Lr.BLiic ? 3 AUTUMN STAKES; DELAWABE ... ... ... 1 Valiant ? ... 2 The Haiivebter ... ... ... 8 TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN STAKES : FUCILE ? 1 ModAic ? - ... 2 ViaitANOK ? ? 8 DONOASTER HANDICAP: ALBEOORE ? 1 Hindoo ? 2 Vagabond or Jack o' Lantbbn 3 A.J.C. LEGEE: WALLACE ? ... 1 Tiie SnirrKtt ? 2 Foiit ? « ? ... 3 IIIQH.WEIGHT HANDICAP: LITTLE AQNE3 ? 1 MOOUBFIKIiD ? 2 SCUOOIiBOT OC TAItATBBA ... 3 SECOND DAY— Mowdat, Apbu. 6. MAIDEN STAKES: THE ENCHANTER ? 1 Tnii Mbbht Bor ? 2 Ciiayat ? 3 CHAMPAGNE STAKES: NEWHAVEN ? 1 TlKB ? 2 Coil ? ... 8 SYDNEY CUP: ,.. TOREADOR ? '... 1 WALIiACK ? 2 Acmkha or Tus Tiuku ? 3 STEEPLECHASE: GRANDWING ? 1 Kino ? 2 BDBUUA.N ? 3

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A VERY AWKWARD PREDICAMENT. A TALE OF THE SYDNEY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

: .-A- Very Awkwaed Predicament. ? ©— — . A TALE OF THE SYDNEY CUP. BY CAPTAIN VICTOK KOYLE, i ASlIitalli Whutnn I egregious mm I bnvo ' boon to bo euro! Curno tho cards! If I'donly loft t/icmnlonolahould bo nil rij;lit, but now — now if Artutidesdoean'fc pull off th© Cup 1 shall not only bo utterly ruined, but dishonored, mid bhnll IiavB to clear out of tlio country. . Forgery ! 'Tia n. d — d Augly word. Pool ! [thrice duludod fool I /jinubt hnvo boon to lob Vtho dovil tompt mo to ' put St. Glair's name to tlmt infernal bill. Oh, God ! lot mo but pull through thio mess and I nolotnnly swear never again to touch a curd,' ivivilod Jack Ponraon to liimaolf early ono bountiful March morninK aa, worn out in body and mind, ho throw himsolf wearily on hia bad in tho Royal Antipodean llotol, whither ho had just returned after mi all night sitting- lit cards. When only twenty threo yoii.ru of ago Jack Pearson, at tho death of bin futhor, camo into solo poa Bosaion of tho unencumbered Garool...

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

? TUB ARROW. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 109 YOKK-STREET, SYDNEY. TO SUtiSCIUHKUSt N.H.W. la per quarter, Znporhirlf jrcar, or ta p;r annum. Omen CoLomno. li 64 por quarter, 3n por Iialf yoir, Ca portniinuia. Post ( reo. 'X'orrau: Cnnh tn ndranco, AnVKttTISIHG SCAI-Ki 5n por loch por innnrtiou. Special quotationn for culrnrtlitomouU lnsorU4 for' b term. sati/bdat, APiur. t. if»o.

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A.J.C. MEETING. FIRST HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

A.I.C. &1EETING. FIESl1 UUEDLB RACE, 1A A handicap nwcopatakou of 5 nova oncli, 1 ft., ?' with 200 novn added j seeoud horno 50 oovn bom tho priro. Tlio vriunor of any hurdlo raco or Btooplechaoo nftcr tho doclnrntiou of tbo noighta to carry 101b x-oualty. About 2 rallo.1. Dtlb Mr. H. Onmharn'o b r PILOT BOY, need ... 12 7 Mr. T. KenttuK'o b r FAVOUR, aged ? 12 5 ?Uossn. H. E, A. and V. Whlto'o b m LLENA, 4*ra ? 11 12 Mr. J. MarnuairnbBBIERRiaAL.nKcd ... 11 3 Hr. W. E. Roydo' br or blk g UIR.VM, 5yrfl 11 2 Mr. O. W. Loo'd brc NAMO (Into Kamochat), oftod ? 11 0 Mr. H. HnrTOy'fl b m RAILLERY. 5yr8 ... 11 0 Mr. W. KoIbo'o b B TUOB, K|?od ? 10 10 Mr. W. T. Soulo'o br in BOUQUET, Oyru or aged ? 10 7 Mr. E. Koyo' br 3 ESCOBT, ngod ? 10 5 Mr.H. DorBin'o ch g DAL WOOD, 5yra ... D 12 Mr. J. Uomrh'o b ir LESLIE, Cyrn ? 9 10 Mr. S. R. Komicdy-u blk tr PALMETTO, affod 0 7 AUTUMN STAKES, 2 A A swoonutakon of 10 oovs each, 1 ft, with 400 iv tovn (uldod. For throo- year -olds and up narda....

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

TO-DAY. ICACINO. A.J.C. Autumn Mooting. Firnt racn, 1 p.m. Special trarou to tho course, return faro 3-1, Ltllio Utilise Pouy and Pcdcatriau JIaudicaps, 8.15 jp.in. CYCLING. Jftrat day of Jlaitland Cyelo Hooting. MATIN EES. TiTOii ... ' ... ... Harry RiotardB Co., ut 2.30 p.m. Omni Houob ... Coffill Bros' Co., lit 2.30 p.m. AX N1OUT. Iiramit ? 'BIlaDjin,' at 7. iS p.m. Her Majedii'ii ?., „. 'Hand.-! Across tho Son,' ntBp.ra. TlTOU ... m ... Harry RloVarda' Miuetrol twd Specialty Co., at 8 p.m. TnniTBit Bom, ... 'Ono of tho Best,' at 8 p.m. Curriunou ? 'TboPickpockot/'atSp.in. CrctoniUA ? 'Joruoalcm,' from 10 a.in. till 10 p.m. Ofbba Hoi'or ... C«i;ill Uroa' Co., nt 8 p.m. BronEr Mdoic Hill Variety Co., at 8 p.m.

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

JA1ES BBEPIfWi, TATTERSALL'S CLUB, rajotdwick: TO-BAY, MONDAY, THURSDAY, and K SATURDAY NEXT, BOB DYSON. ' Y ? SAME OLD SPOT, XiJEG-ER DE&ESEIfVJEj X-UHIN(1 SYDNEY CUP WEEK. LONG ODDS, PROMPT PAYMENT, AND CIVILITY. TJOSEBERY PAKIC RACING CLUB. .KXJ PONT nnd GALLOWAY MKIOTIMU. E ASTER KEET1NG, TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 7. 1838. Ii'lrul rnoo to atari at 11.30 p.m. Spooial Tramn will leavo Boist-iitreot ilirnot to (lie Rooooaurao Oaten nil follow 1—12.0 p.m. ,1.1 p.m., 1. IB p.m., 1.150 i-. m., 1,43 p.Tn., and 2.8 p.m., alao 1.12 p.m. und 1. 18p.ni. from Itailtvoy fJUtion, Rcdfarn. lVio, 4(1, Qpealivl 'Bubm lcnro tonn every tovr minutaa, Faro, ltd. THOS. 8. DONNKLLAN, Soorotftry. Tntt«ironU'n Olub Clmmtoni, I'ilt-ntreol. ENSINGTON KAOINO OLUlJ AUTUMN MEETING. THURSDAY. APRIL Iff, nnd FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1U3B. ENTRIES olono at S p.m. on FRIDAY NKXT April 10, lBOil. Programmes and (nil pattioularn ou Application r. O'HARA, Sooroturj, 20 Ba.rrnok-ul.roet, Bydnoy. ? IpDISON ELECTRIC PABLOK...

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

i f '^?:: ?' ? ?%.?:* ?? ?-.? '?? BtAND HOM IN 'ONE ioP THE BEST.' THIS (SATORDAi) EVENINO.

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Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

C**jr jrJb^LPM'KZif' Lord Brascoy looko Bomofching liko a TOtiired groongrocor. ? « * Rumored that Alfrod Austia ia writing a loynl odo to Quoon Victoria's rheumatism. A Sydnoy lady liaa eocurod .€1200 from a London doctor for saying things about hor which ho didn't oughtor. * e * 'Wanted, live can vaoaorB, big monoy to bo oarncd. Box 291 G.P.O.' No dead cau vaoooro or dorolict corpaos of any doscrip 4ion uoed apply. ? ♦ ? An eminent authority ansorts that ' if all women in tho world woro chaato thore would ? bo no nnchasto mon.' If that man doesn't look out ho will bo chased — by tho Woraon'o Eights pooplo. ? ? ♦ 'Beauty ia only skin deop,' Baid tho sobra, with an attompt to livon up tho gloom of tho monagorio. ' I know,' replied tho rhinocorou, trying to bo cheerful, ' but think what thafc moana in my caao.' Judge : ' Koinembor that you aro to toll tho truth, tho wholo truth, nnd nothing bat tho truth.' Witnoou: 'All right, your honor, I wanted to koop it to myself, but if I pan b...

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THE EARTHEN FLOOR [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

L^- ? ? — -^ (FOB THE AEEOW.) (BT E. J. 3IUDT.) 'Whoro, in the shadow of tho hill The grass is going brown, to old slab trulls aro standing still, Although tho roof is down. Tho plaster gapos in many cracks That widen moro and more ; Tho snail has loft ita slimy trucks Along tho oarthon floor. But, whon tho ovoning ahailoa among-— Tho hoodless horseman Booa Tho Moon, liko Bilvor buglo hung Above tho dark'ning trees ; And whon my ghostly fancies moot Around tlio fnllinjj door, Then I shall hear tlio sound of fcofc Upon that old earth floor. The thistles flaunt their spitoful bloom 'Whore, onco in fragrant houro, Tho happy bird would pauao to plurao His wing amongst tho flowors. So runs tlio Law of Human Lifo That Bi|;lit succumbs to Wrong, .And triumph in tho world's wild otrifo Ib ovor to tho Strong. Thin wino in cob-wobbod cask hath lain A ocoro and half of yeara j I drink to friondn who still remain, But thon in isilout toars I drink to thoso— such things must bo — To those who ar...

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The SNAKE AND The WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

[?] [?] FOB 'T11K AIIKOIV,' LHE day was insuf forn.bly hot, and Flioobo Graham But coolinghordaiuty feet iu tlio waters of tho creek. Whilcahe dabbled hor pink torn, mid playfully pualiod tho cddi'ing coolness up etrcnm in tho curved hollow of ft aontly turned instep, tho snake ulowly lifted ita flat head from off the coil aud wa.£chod lior unooL'U. It liotonod drownily an oho croonod a foolish love coug to horaulf. Lifted its flat head again, na hIio began slipping on bur boota and r.tockings., nnd dropped onco moro into reptilian dreamland nu nho tripped anny up tho road to town. There wore- two rntm iu town who waited for u woman. Ono a man of poeuliaritioB, tho othor inoroly 11 man of principle. Ono a liniii of elmractcr, tlio othor an accountant iu tlio Jocnl b.inlr. Those two mon waited for Phoobo Graham, oaoh v.'itli a resolution in hia mind to auk hor to marry him. Tlio woman know tliio, nnd, womanlike, was going to bo guided iu tliia matter by tho impulse of tlio coming mom...

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CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

[?] Q YDNE Y is cricketorless ! Evoryone has ^ gone off for fcho holidays. ? ? ? The suason is beginning to draw toward its close ; the air is getting crisp, and foot bailors nro beginning to barrack. Although a rod-hot crickot enthusiast', I am suffi ciently fond of football to feel glad that the Summer hag taken to ita wingu. * * ? Tlio local crickot Premiership is not yet finished, nor will it bo dono for another six weeks j but wo pretty well 'know who ib to bo tho champions. Somehow Httlo Loo and the Glebe follows appear fated to hawk that Uordern Shield, from tlio heights of Paddington to tlio dopths of tho Globe. Thoir summary dissipation of tho Wavnrloy protoncoa on Friday was enough to turn tho hearts of tlio Wavorloy supporters nick. Without Tom M'Kibbin they did it, and not upon thoir own espocial pitch, oithor ! Now who will say tho Globo cannot win off thoir own ground. Thoro wns a first-rnte crowd at tho Oval on Friday, and a fa'st-rato crowd on tho hill outsido tho Ov...

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TAXATION QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

TAXATION QUERIES. Ab n. profoat againnt the monopnlination of Mr. Spillor by tho Hekai.d and Tei,k aBAnr, wo liavo received the following questions and answers, but it muHt bo undorntood that although wo (:al;o every care to ensure correctnesn, wo decline any responsibility for tbo vagnrica of that or any othor gentleman. Cadaviiu writes : ' I have an interest in land at Hook wood, 0x3, which I at present occupy. It is not exactly n lifo iutcrost. Am I to nond in ft return for same ? And vyhat'u a good cure for vrarte ?'— Th« ofliciul onswor ia to go to Hades, but 'Cadaver' says h«'o there, nnd linn asked, aud they've rofurred him to Mr. Spillor. DuRCiiiAR aska: 'My incomo was largo from cracking criba iu 18DC. Sinco thuu I've joined tho Army and havo reforinnd. If I pay back my stolon incouio I cnu't pay anything. If I don't I cliall poriab in ? eternal tormontu. AVbafc ohall I do.' — ? Tho ofiiuial answor is, 'Pay nnd bo d ? d.' J. Cabu N — d earns a largo incomo by ' letting out ...

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

A Rattling Article, \S '~^«- W pi. m kV'''{!X m tit HM1 Ml GIBBONS, 137 ELIZABETH-STREET, ' SYUJfRY, 1-II. OIHIiOMS, ^yllo in trobly.nunllllo.l and Iloxistcroil, h*». iikkIo n ]ira.loii|( iitiuly of X'UI VAl'l;!, NK31VOUS, nnd HiCIN DIHKABKil, nml hiui (liuoovored thn aniolcout nnd umoat iuu.uia of thorough ly -!iiriiiK Uwm. YOUNO MEN, AND THOSR WHO WISH TO MAltltY, Wlio.nnUioraimltnf l^irly Kolllun or lOiemuco of morn mivt.ui-isd ii({0, fiiill'«r from imy of tlio following nymptoiu.H, viz. :— Ii'i-u'iiiaiil IfcinlnolKvi, (liililinemi, DrouBlnuiin la tho D.iyUma, Cinitivcu.i'H, PiiUiiimiu Aftor KiiUnir, Mpuokit llnforo Mio KyoK, Cold lUn-U ? or I'eou, Toiiiluriiciin (it JlrimiiUmnu, Yulliiw Din nlnu-Ko from thn Mouth, Palpitation, Whilo or Clomly Hc.limont In tho Urnm, Iinpmo lllnort, ' HpoU) or I'iinploii, Knilinc Mmnory, Kalliinf of t)io lU\r, Ac. iihonld nond fur lilsi COMI'LKTW MKJJICAIj WUltlC. Hunt l'U« L' i'UKH fiouj ' Ubsorvnliuu for Oil in 3tninp!j, ONH I'OUNDIn iiufllniont...

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THE RISING GENERATION. MR. PEPPERPOD HOLDS CONVERSE WITH HIS SON AND HEIR Upon Topical Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

tiik Biaijsra generation. MR. PEPPERPOI) 1101,1)3 CONVKRSK WITH HIS SON AND JIBIU Upon Topical EvcntH. 'Pi\,' caid Popporpod tho nmnllor 0110 day during tho wook, ' what in a cabinet F' Mr. Popporpod thounjht form moment or two nnd replied: 'Well, Paul, a cabinet in a big thins; liko a cheiit-of-dnuvora, for holdinir panora and ouch-liko.' 'He. ho, ho,' romarked tho rioinjj gono rntion. ' What aro you laughing at, my iion P' onid tho parent, ntoruly, ronchinjj fur tho feathor-duater. 'Don't you know littlo boyn oughtn't to bo rudo to their paroutn P' ' Ho, ho, ho,' continued tho nuiall boy. 'Ho! be I ho-1' ' What nro you laughin' nt P' yelled Mr. Popporpod, roach ing for bin son nnd hair, 'Oh! I'm only thinking, p;v, if Mr. Want will bring back ono of thoao carved woodon eahiueta with him from Japan for Joo Cook to put Ihh paporannd things in ?' ' Well, no.'I Hartley think, 1,6,' replied Mr. Popperpod, with it mild attempt nt a joho. ' Air, Cook is it very pious umn, and not lilsnly...

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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. A RANDWICK PRELIMINARY. SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY. The Doncaster and St. Leger. A CUP TIP. Rosehill Notes—Yearling Gambles. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

[?] TURF TALK AND TIPS. A BANDWICK PRELIMINARY. SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY. Tho Doncastor and St. Lcgcr. A CUP TIP. Rosclrill Notes— Yearling Gambles. (Br 'THE CAPTAIN.') Nothing but a chango to bad weather can prevont tlio first day's rncing of tho A.J.C. Autumn Mooting- from being tho fororunnor of a firfit-class carnival of high quality sport, ouch aa cannot bo got for tho Bamo iiionoy in any otlior part of tho globo. Flouiington has a biggor roputation, but, all things considered, ju3t na onjoynblo a, day's racing can be scon, under conditions of comfort mid convoiiiunco, on tho picturoaquo hoath, which tho Jockoy Club hno mado no proaontablo by continued attention to modern roquiromonts. Every thing ia in npple-pio ordor for thin mooting, and uaturo ia vioing with artistic diaplay in making our chiof racing ground a joyful-looking placo. Thoro aro people who don't euro what it coato to neo tho racing or how much tho fares on tho jouruoy come to, but thoy aro getting into a suiallor ...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

FOOTBALL FLASHES. (IIY 'QUILI1.') It'll getting cold ! Hooray ! That bpautiful panto, tho aniiual moot ing jf tho Kugby Union, is ovor. Hooray! It comes but onco a year, whon all tho orators, would-bo orators, and football giuibags havo n. roal good night airing thuir oloquonci-, blowing thoir truinpotn, and generally making theimolvoa a dornod tiuiiiauco. Egotists, not thoy ! Vory inodont young rnon. Thoy aspire to nil things, ovon unto tlio honored vice-pronidonuy, nnit of courao to sentn on tho committee, Woll, why obouldii't they? But I'm afraid ono or two nosen woro ttrittod out of joint by tho ballot ou Monday nifcht;. Thoy wanted twisting, too. Onoor two names of gwntlo nion who woro cocknuro of victory do not appear on tbo list of nuccnanful enndidatca. Thnnlc Iloavon nuch was the cn.no, othor wisn tho good old Hugby Uuion would not now bo ablo to rocogniuo itnolf. ? ? » iJoing an utter otrangor nt Iho mo*ting — having never nttnmlod n Union mooting boforo — I \imi luil.onin...

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THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW, AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS. This yoar for onco tho fatoa havo boon kind to tho promotors of tho Royal Agricultural Society's JKaator Show, which is now ono of tho great ovonta of tho yoar. And after all tho onorgy and foroMiought and groat preparation, Mr. Wobatoc and his confreres certainly desorvod tho glorious wimtaor V7iiicn provaiieu on tlio oponiug day, and which wwi tho ono thing wanting to lend dclixt to tho ox coptionally brilliant procoodiugo. Tho artificial mouud, boautifully turfed and looking froah and green, and tho nhow riug, and indoed tho whole surround ings looked at thoir boBt, and thoso who vinitod tho spot for tho first timo uinco livit nhow did not know whoro thoy woro, 80 great in tho tramiformution iicuno. Of tho nhow itself, it would tako columns to doaoribo all that ia thoro oxhibited. Thoro io aomothiiig for ovoryono — for tho enthusiast in blood utook, cattle, ohoop, Ao. and uploudid objoct lonsionn of what thia richly-o...

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QUIVER QUIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

Quite r Quips. (ISY SAGIXTAKIVS.) Two ladies not wholly unconnected with tho wnish-tub induatry onco tnob at a friendly gathering, and tho flrsfc lady, catching hold of tho othor'o red right band, cffusivoly oxclaimod, ' Hovr nro you, mo darlin' Missus Caooy, fin' bow nra all tbo doar children, too ? Nob that Oi caro a dom how yoroolf or yor dhirty brato aro, but I'm towld it's propor to alwayo nay something porloito by way of ojponin' a social convcfnahoun.' | Acting on that diplomatic datno'o prin I ciplo, fchoreforo, I will opon my own social chat by wishing a happy Eftotorttdo to all, nnd may our Income Tax liabilities in croaoo with each succeeding year. Aa foir tho tax itcolf, that in quito a different thing entirely. Premier Raid argues that it ought to bo tho moot popular ©£ nil taxation formn, bocaiiBo tho poor ohoald bo thankful for oncaping it, and tho rich should rojoico that they Jmvo enough to I tax. All of whioh oounds vory plauoiblo, no doubt, but tho majority of ua ...

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ON The STUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

[?] It waa roally too bad of Sydney critica lo Jusiiumto that J. C. Neild v/o.-;, if mny thing, ovon a worao poot than u politician. But J.O. has great faith in tho cEcaey of ohampngno no ft mcami of nobbling tho ProGB, and tint) ouggoKlfl mi easy tnoann of vongoanco. Lot him decoy thocriticn into ft room with tho proniifsu of unlimited lizs, tlion lock tho duor and rend out bin poema until Ihh nofcoriovia jawbone nchos. It would bo a fiendish revenge, hut nouio wrongs can only bo oxpiuted by corres ponding ati'ocitii'a. Sir Powell Buxton .will roally Imvo to : bo carofnl if ho wis'hu3 to uiaintain hia reputation^ as ft spotless ovaugelical Govarnor. So far wo Imvo felt iu honor bound to contradict tho reports of bin having visited tho theatre iu dioguiiw, but the moro act of coming to sinful Syduoy muat causa suspicion to rest upon him, nnd if lio perKi.ita in ' eec'ing lifo' just bocauBo ho is off tho chain wo can't bold oursolvoa responsible for any scuudolo that inny arise. ' It...

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HORROR! TERRIBLE FERRY ACCIDENT IN SYDNEY HARBOR. [?]00 MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN DROWNED AND MANGLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

HORROR! ? -v— — — TERRIBLE FEW ACCIDENT IN SYDNEY HARBOR. £00 MEN, WOMEN AN© CIIILDHKIiF DK0WNED AND MANGLED. Horrible Booties — Slmrka Savouring tUo VJotlmrj — Palhotlo I'artloulara. Moart-Broaklnjj Dotalln. WHOLE FABZILIES MUELED INX© KTEBNITr. An Ovororawdott Stoamor Ooon Dor/o Of? Urndloy'ti Hood nt a Moment's Wotlow, And tho horror-otrickon jjooplo of Now South Waleu Trill rush to buy tho nowo papora for thooo ' hoart-broaking dotnilo.' II; will bo a good thing for tho nowopaporo, but lamentably bad for thono whoso rola tivea and friondo havo boon thrown iuto tho clammy ombraco of Doath through tho callous iuoptitudo of rosponmblo authori ties. Aa -auro no tho proaenfc criminal practise of overcrowding harbor otoamoro is persisted in, bo sure will tho predicted catastrophe como off. Thoro havo already beon scores of ' narrow oscapoa,' bufc ono day circumstancna will combino to mako Destiny, and tho rosult will bo Diaaotor. It requires no gift of prophocy to forotoH that tho maa...

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