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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

IHl'ORTAKT TO ALL CYCLISTS. An tho nuinbor of ridors inoroasog larijoly nook by wook, bo will tho inevitable acoidontu inoroaiio. Tub Aunow Aooidont Coupon (on pneo 8) waa dooignod to Dover thoao aooidontn, ana oyaliatsi of both boxob ohould avail thorn boIvcb of H. Four nhillinga per annum, sent in ntnmps to tlio offioo, 109 York-Btrcot, will soouro a copy of tho papor ovory wook post froo to any part of tho oolony, and also frco aaouraiioo to tho oxtont of ^8100 nuainat fatal aooidont whilot road-riding. Cyoliatq riding in Sydnoy ohonld buy Tun Anuow ovory Saturday, and loavo tho Bignod coupon at horno. It will insuro thorn for tho ourronfc wook. Tub Arrow coupon also oovorn acoi dontti to pasaoiigora in tram, boat, 'bus, oab, train and ooaoti. It in dooidodly a ohoap penn'orth;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

[?] Rosebill to-day, Whero, according to tho look of, tha prO grammo, backers will havo thoir work cut out-. Just to koop tho ball rolling Kensington will havo two days' racing next wook — on Thursday and Friday. Tho steeplechaser Mignou, who arrivod from Mulbourno on Thursday, lino gouo into II. Dargiu's atrvblo at Randwick. Tronton's first English foal is announcod. Tlie eablugrammor mioaod tho itom. Although Eiridsfordo han boon nomi nated for several events at tho A.J.C. Mooting ho ia not likely to fulQl hio oiigagomenta. Tlioro is not a great doal of hotting on tho Doncastor and Cup, either in doubles or straight-out. JMattora may livon up noxt weak. Osborno ahowod fair form at Armidalo a couple of monthu buck, and if ho puts in an nppoariiuco at llosohill tliia aftornoon should not bo ovorlookod in tho April SUkos. Vigilance was well backed for tho Flying Welter on Saturday, but after gotting array last ho madt) no nign of onco flattoring his biiclcors, although ho was running...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

1 ' ^W^&Wi^^i A BTIOK AND MEDIOINK, S3 Ga BK. AI.F1UJO AQAS3I2;, X Ic^ollj qiioUlloa Alodloal Fraotltlonor nwd Rur Koon, rofc'fntarod In Oreat Hritani, nud \-y tUo tliMliiwl Uonvd of N.a. Walon, Into of tha Itojral I.nlJiKidr/, JCijiiiburffli, and Uuivonilty CoUtijjn Xlonpitul, JiOndou, uoaa FuttouU Dc.lly at tha Olty J?lTovidoiit Ulsnonsary, ©J3 aEOKUB-STUEET, HUIOK!TIl!lIi» HIMi (3ruuoBidaaa Town Hall, noiu;(j!oalbum-ak«tt-) B-li. COIiBi-WKKOHttTT'si' F.ESSA1LK ri'AS245'ira UESTOUIO EEOUIiA-UITY NOMATTJEB WHAT UAUfJB OK HOW LONG BTANUllTQ. ThodoNowly-niHoovoral TABLKTS aronX'OBI T.IVE OUHB, Bvon in tlio Most ObBtlimto Cmoo, PBICID, lOn nnd Hi par hox, Extra Btronir. Call or write— 29 YOBK-STBEBT, WYN1TARD-SQUAKB. Boi 07D, U.l'.O., Syduov. '? 187 ELIZABETH-STREET, SYDNEY. I«ti (IKUIONB, who la.troWy qunllQod, ami rcgluUirod in I.ondon nnd tliu ('olonii;n nn a 1'hyelolnn and a SnrBoqn, nuooivod hiu aducntlon In Uio ISufllifin fturt SootUnh UntvoralUcn, mid com plotod JiUi ii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

1)E ON GUARD AGAINST THE VILE AND INJURIOUS IMITATIONS OP CLEMENTS TONIC SOLD BY MANY DEALERS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS TUB BEST, ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. Don't bo docoivod or miulod into buying nny othor, or your paino, timo, and monoy aro only thrown awny. CLEMENTS TONIC 1'OSITIVELY CU1JES ALL OASES ARISING FROM ANAEMIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, AND INDIGESTION. Mr. Alf. J. Clarke, Ravoniiwood-ntront, * Bogtt, N.S.W., who writoa on April 22, 1B0!) :— 'I havo much plorwnro in teatlfy ing to tho ofllcnoy of your Clomonta Toniu. 1 havo boon uuing it iu my family for nomo timo bitot, My wife, Jiko thouonnda ot othoni, lina boon nubjaotod tofiovoroattacka of Indigontioti, with lonn of nppotlto. Hoaring of Clomonta Tonic alto ronolvud to try it, and I am happy to nay with tlio wool; bonufloiftl roBultn, and would rocom mond it to (inyono. I do not boliovo tluii'o in ft bottor rnmndy than Clomontci Tonio i'or tbo ubovo iiymptoinu, I rocoinmond ib fa-t all timoo.— -Yoiu'i), &o., Ai.v. ,T. CiiA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

§''~~**THE ARROW' INSURANCE COUPOW. SX'ECIALLTT GUARANTEED BY I SHU! NEW ZEALAND ACCXDSNT INSURAKCB CO., |j , H.S.W: BllANClt— SI riXX-BTBBET, SYDNEY. \l To whom Kotiao of Clulai, under tUo follawlne co»i-l!Uoi«a 'I imiut l-o o«nt to tbo ulinvo AttdroBU, wltliin f Dovon t!iiyi- tiftoi' tlws Accldout. ifllOO. **- £100. £100. £100. INSURANC3S for EBADEKS of 'THE AEF^W.'5 ONE HUNDBEB POUNDS V/lhh BE PAID BY THE ABOVE COMPANY TO THE LEGAL BHl'RESEHTATIYE OF ANYONE WHO IS KILLED BY AN ACCIDENT TO A TRAIN, STEAMBOAT, : OMNIBUS, TEAMCAB, Licensed COACH, or Licensed OAB wllblD Uin Colony of How Booth Waloti, In tthicli tlio dccciiEod wan nn ordinary patwmffor mid not a railway or other cervunt on duty ; or ttIjo tdmll lwfo bcou f&tally injured thoreby (nhould donth rouult within nlriatj dayo of nuch neoldoutj. INSURANCE FOR CYCLISTS. Tho nliovo ninount of ONE HUNDRED TOTINDS «II1 bo pnld nhonM death ooour, from ncoldout whilst rfdinc a cyclo (excludiui; raciuc), subject to tlio cond...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. DONCASTER AND CUP ACCEPTANCES. NEWHAVEN'S RETIREMENT. CANTERBURY PARK NOTES. Investor's Form—Telegraph's Display. Gannon and The Swell—Miss Nora's Win. SELECTIONS FOR ROSEHILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

[?] TORF TALK AMD ISPS. BONCASTEE AWB CUP ACCEFTANCES. ? HKWHAYEN'S KETIKEMENT. CAHTEKBUItY PAKK NOTES. \ Inrostor's Form— Tolcgrnpirs HJlsplay. Gmuiou nnd Tho Swell — Misg Norn's Win. SELECTIONS FOE IlOSEHILIi. (By 'THIS CAPTAIN.') '? Afteu seoinp; that Nowhiivon romainod in tho Sydnoy Cup aftor forfoita lmd boon doclarodon Monday, bin nuuiorous bnckora woro oatisflod. Better nti.ll woro thoy pleasod when tlioy lcarnod that tho colt had or rivod at Randwiok fit nnd vroll ; bnfc tho nowa of bis Bcrfttching tho Bnmo day waa in tho naturo of a tbundorbolfc, ulto (jothcr unoxpootod. In Nowhavon'u history thoro havo boon Burpriuotj, nnd it booiub to uu iikvt;u biuiL iiu ini tu uu ttuiiuiviiluiirM litiii, Hifl prouonfc owner, Mr. W. Coopor, apponrs to havo mnny moodn, mid botwomi hiu caprico nnd tho judgmonf; dioplnyod by Mr. 0. M^. Lloyd ou hia bohnlf, tlio colt'u miwmjjoinont Ima boon rnthororrntic. Juot whon ovcryono was looking forward to n nmtcli in tho V.K.C. AU-agod Stiikon botwoo...

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CRICKET CHATTER LOCAL PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

[?] LOCAL PKEMIEUSniP. PuddlURton v Knot Ujdooy.Bydnoy CrlcfcoSarouna lidioUliurdt v Soulli Sydnoy, tolobliardt. North Sydnoy y Control Cumborlnnd, North Bydnoy (JuivornHy v Wnvorloy, Unlvoruity. . Unrrroocl v Kedfurn, liurwood. . '?£,{- Olobo, abjo. ,'' BUCONU UEADK. .'?.:??:.? BoJforn t LolchhimU, Bodforn. 1'aJdlnntoii v Uiilrcniity, V/ftvcrloy Oval. Jlunly v at. Qcorffo, Mnnly. Cuntral Cumlicrlnud v Durivood, Parramatte. Oloto v North Bydnoy, Wontnorlh YnrV. Enst Syiluoy v Wavcrloy, lluahcuttoro Bay. South Sjdnoy, a l)jo.

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Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

-:--~-^^/m€P£^ J'cdoratioa'l Tlio Convention continues its laboro. o ? ? So far tho' dologatoo lmvo boon quito }? ronpcctablo and comparatively ftoo from '' Parliamentary language. 9 * * Tho flrofc diopl&y of fooling took placo .'? whon Mr. Lyno vraa expounding hia viowo. Tho Londor of our Oppooition said ho , would not givo equal roproaontation in tho ? Sonato to all tho States, hub Trould givo ,' a minimum of four to tho ninallor StateB - and a maximum of oight to tho larger ! ones. Eoprooonte.tivca of Tnnmnnia and Woe- ;' tralla vecoivod tho announcomont with ! ironical choora, and punctuated tho addrOBB \ with carcaotio and occaoionally fooling ? intorjootionn. p ? ? Thin Httlo plonsantry vrno followed by Eomo good-natured uarcaain. Talking of tho Toderal capital, Mr. Lyno oaid it should bo iiitufttod in tho mothur '? colony. ? j 'And which in tho mother colony P' ' aakod ft Victorian dologato. 'Tanmanift,' ohirrupod the dologateu from tho tight littlo island. Ouo of tho...

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SPORT BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

[?] BOWLS. Thin aftornoon, on Wnverloy (jroo{i tlio concluding roun(3a of t!io pnSmJnfc y'dor'a Individual Bowline Championship, for tho Antsoolatiou'a (jold modal, will bo wilnoiineft. iloaoto. Young (BaJmain) arid Wliittlo (Asli flold) aro drawn to moot onoh otlior — tlio winnor to llcchfc out tho fliuil with Mr. Geor-;o Howo (Itodforn), who wna forfcnnnto onoiif;li to noonro a byo in tho draw. Lucky man I Bnt wliy in Wnvorloy ([roen otionan an (lio vonuu? Aro thoro no othur nuitablo oonvin oinjf Eroundn? It utrikoo ua forcibly fchut tho Pennant ootnuiittao, or trhoovor may bo rospoimtblo, havo olonod tlioir oyoa to tbo oxietonco of at lonat throo othor nwnrdb— quite hb corroafc tin that nt Wavorloy, and ono oorthinly fur moro central and ouny of nooorm. Wa»orloy Imb boon tbo buoiio o! haats in thin - ooiupotitiou (luring tho loot two Saturday aftornoonn, and lant nock tho wholo batoh of tho third and fourth roundii woro oontoatod thoro, whilo to-duy tho semi- final and flualftro ...

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(BY "THE CYNIC") [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

IBy 'THE CYNIC.') Tho many wiao captains who won iho toos thiH d«,y wooir. conb tho othor followu to tho wiokoti, nnd for at lpaat throo houro on joyed thopriokn of conBoionco, hnvooinco found concoiation in tho faot that fchoy \roro not alono in tho net. Tho number o£ wioo uiou who would not havo fcillon in over tho stato of tho ?wiokots is Dimply appalling. You moon thorn ut tho nota, at Btroot corners, iu tho pavilion Bitting on tho Boats thoy poronnlnlly occupy, you inoefc thorn at tho harbor's, nt fcho barj tlio3o wiso gontloRion aftor tho ovonfc nro ns plentiful nsi donsora in tho Domain itIiou tho ahadoa of ovoning spread thoir mantlo ovor that historio cold bod for boillcns beinga. Tho big otand made by Paddington ngainst East Sydnoy (ono wickot for 2-12) wan astonishing to tho beholders, who had oxpootod tho \rickoto to rattle musically when Captain Richnrdson, litvvinfj won tho tons, politoly told Captaiu Uannornmn tlmfc it wan his plcnanro to tako strike and his own pleas...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

[?] Billy Spood ib Iodboo of tbo Theatre Eoyol, Coolgardio, and in roportotl to bo doiiifr vory fair buoinomi. Tbo boautoouB Charlio Eyloy, who has boon ciavoroly ill Iatoly, baa gone to Irolnnd on a visit to oomo relations. Harry IUoburda vraa at Marcoillon on Sun day ana cablod Manager Jack Looto that ho \VD.a in tho boot of hontth. Jjlo.imorliit Konnody in at Anoltland, having loft tho Alnmodn on hia arrival thoro. Ho ia fuiuruiii^ iiutu iritu n iuuiu uuuir. Harry Plimmov is on n ohort visit to bia relatives at Wollington. On hia rotnrn horo bin norviooa i\ro suro to bo quiokly availod of. Tonor Conrtioo Ponndo, -who ouoooodod Josioph Tnploy in tho ranks of tho Comio Oporu Company, in appoaring in a nkotoh at tho London JPirlaoo. Tho Fula'oo Thoalro blonoa to-nicht. It will bo ro-oponcd in Soptembor by Qeprgo Lauri and Harry Kiokardn, whon it will bo devoted to comedy and burloequo. D'Orsay Ogdon io aunounood in a Wolling ton (N.Z.) papor tto tho popular arlint, aotor, author, ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOATING BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

BOATING BITS. Tho obanoo3 of tho varioud oyanta dovrn for derision Inot Saturday finiohlnft in timo vvoro dooidodly romoto, owim» to tho ssophyr-liko vrind whioh hold nvroy daring tho afternoon, and ao it bo happonod two vaonn did not finish, those boing tho Consolation Handicap of tlio 8vdnoy Amateur Sailing Ulub and tho ifnohl Eaou on tho card of tho Lauo Covo Club. Tho Royals prolonged thoir uonson by Bail ing yot nnotlior raoo boforo finally battening down for tlio Wintor months, tho ovont bohi(f a ffonoral handicap, which uttraotod {no loss tlutu ton ontrion. AH troro otartoro with tba exception of Matoor ; probably oho couldn't Ijot to tho noratoh in timo owing to tho wind. An it wnii, tho two Lano Covo yuohti] niftdo vory bad otartn, nud ao a consoqnonco woro novor in tho fight. Tlio light uir, howovor, Booniod to suit salt Mr. Griffith's yaoht, and with his big top sail nottiiijj liko a board, Ieoa fairly rnood Sway from hor follow oonipotitorp.'nnd wan tho rot yaobt homo by...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

£)\m MUEM imiJEANOM ? (Socitoffo » of this lesao.) WBEM I^URAHOl JM®

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DARTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

DARTS! - That ovorythinR comcti to him who waits — ovon a cup of toa iu p. railway vofrcohmont room. Tho bank-olork oloopa ovory day ab n bank from 10 to 3, except on Saturdsyo, ?whori ho ia awakoned and put outaldo n£ 1 o'clook. A suburban confectioner hna trained hLi parrot to say ' pretty croaturo ' ovory timo n, woman ontora tho ohop. Hia tmdo io increasing. Tho London roign fontivitioa aro nil vory well in thoir way, bub what troubloo our country diot riots a bit moro juat no\7 in a record ' rain.' Sir Willian Windeyor ban writton a volunio of poomo. Butlor hao dono liko wioo. Thoro ia no hopo for tho man who can bo guilty of ouch a crime. Many English publio mon aro ouftorinft from infiuonza in ft mild form. Tho averago Auntraliun politician in moat unb ject to big hoad in its acutost form. A Northorn papor ofcylon tho roportn of Diotrict Council mootingn ' intore«tiu(j roading mattor.' That editor munt havo ft beautiful vein of narcncmrnnninu through him. A geographical journ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER "BREACH." [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

'ANOTHER -'BREACH.' 'Mir dear girl,' oaid Mr. Gl^iitateiu oarnostly, aa bo laid a, fnfc and nob particu larly whlto jungor on Mabol Qiltapur'a neatly gloved hand, 'ib ia absolutely uocossary for my cako, for your enko, for ovorybody'o Bako — for your oako capocinlly — thnfc tho show should bo boomod. Tilings hairo gone from bad to woi-bo during tho paofc weolr, and unloaa they improve I ohall havo to put xip tho notico noxt Troaaury.' ' Woll, why don't you boom it then P' ' Becauso, my doar, I can't do it myself. I wanb your aBaiatanco. Thab's why I naked you to call.' ' My asuiatancc — what on oarth can I doP' 'Everything, ray dear, ovorything. You can't Iobo your diamonds, bocauao you'vo loflb'om twico already j you can't havo a fit on tho utago, becauao tho l&ist ono you had foil flat, and didn't do uu n, bib of good. And no for allowing your clothes to catch fire, and havinf? 'om put out by tho funny raan, amid torriflo applause, wo can't try that again.' ' I don'b want ...

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QUIVER QUIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

[?] [?] That distinguished Auatmlian. Mr. Lo0 Wollor, &o., &a, &c, Butlor, lof fc 'Frteco for S,ydnoy on ' All Poolo' Day,' which was a. nomowhnfc appropriate dato cbnoidoring tljo idolatrous nttontion which has boon ohown to him by tho fuafcy-brnined fooln of 'Frisoo. During hts ohorb but pleasant stay in 'Frieco, whoro ho wan tho gwosfc of fclio Qoverriox1 (of tho gaol), Mr. Butlor dado himisolf condescendingly nrrreeablo to nil, nnd bo intoroating nnd dolighfcfully contradictory wcro tho accounts ho gavo of hid chockorod careor that ho hoo boon unnnimoualy proclaimed tho 'premium liar ' of tho ago. Bight lioro a hnppy thought occurs to mo. Everybody who ia anybody, nnd about four millions who nro nobody, nro now hurrying 'Omo from Australia to ohod tho light of thoir slush-lnuip proaoncu on the Quoon'a liecovd Reign, and, therefore, in justice to ouibdIvoo, and nn a nwooDing advertisement for tho colony, it would bo desirous to ship Mr. Butlor 'Omo (on ico...

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WOMAN'S RIGHTS. A HINT FOR THE SUFFERING WOMEN'S LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

-WOMAN'S. RIGHTS. A HINT FOE THE SUFFEJaiHG WOMEN'S LEAGUE. Tub adjustment of woman'o t-igbta and wrongo cornea nearor to tho fominino idoal in Germany than moot places. Gorman law hna taken a Gciontifio grip of the drunken husband question. Ovor in tho land of Bi\uorkraut n,ud Bauoof;o3 tho v/ifo-boator is ? compelled to work nt hio ordinary calling. Bnt on Saturday night, directly bin wook'rj work io dono, ho ia nrrontod and juKROd uutil tho onauhiR Monday morning. Thia happens ovory -wook until ho baa worked out hio Bontonco. Thus, tho wifo Rotn tho tjaan'o corow ovory Saturday — ho is forced to j»ivo it to her — and oho doean't got hio company on tho only off day in tho weok, oonGoquontly tho 'appy 'omo ia kept togothor, and f urnitnro remains intaot. Ao for tho man, ho uoon potu full lip of boinff gftolod ovory Sunday, and in a big majority of qaBcn ho decidon to turn ovor a now loaf. Tho only nr/jumont njjainat tho introduc tion of thio oyotoin in K.S.W. io that a number of ou...

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HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

[?] ^^lA ) fie QWfcssS Sandow'o baby woighod 181b on tho day of ito birth. 03 a w A rotirod Sydnoy milkman vory muoh ?resonibloB tho whalo that nwallowciu Jonah, innarauoh na lio got a profit oat of tho water. Tlioro io no womnn in tho land eo bad nn. nrithmoticinn that uho could not calculate how muoh lior husband would oavo if ho did not smofco. j Ifc iu n good plnn to bogiu a raodoru novol ; in tho middlo. Then thnro aro two problems to got oxcitod over — How tho etory will oiul and hoiv it will bogin. S It ia now gonorally undoratood that tho i historical hump ou tho back of King Riohnvd III. tras caiiaod by conntantly training for bioyclo couipotitionn. About tho safest plnn for Sydnoy bur ; glnrn to work on find bo nuro of jjottitifj tholr jobn aafoly through ia to keep yoUing | ' polico I' nil tho timo thoy nro cracking j tho crib. I Thoro io iv fortuno waiting for a Sydnoy ! oyndicnto which will start soiling buor in uyphonn. JEratod wator in nyphono ia ,' revolutionising th...

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OLEO. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

OLEO. Am attempt is boing mado to ro-iutroduco oloo-margine on tho looal markot. After all thoro uro worse articloa of food than good oloo. It is producod directly from suofc by a cloarly ohemical procean. Tho frosh anot is plaood in tnnlca hoatod by atoam, together with a uwall quantity of bioarbonato of potaiih and tho otomacha of ohoop and pigs. For two houra ifc ia iimuiMwiiuu uu u bomporaLuroot Jiutfuogroos Fahronhoit, until tho popuin of tho iitomaoh tloauea hna disoolvod tho fat mombrnnon ot tho ouot, tho puro fat riulnj; to tho nurfaoo, whouco ib iu drawn off into ' n aooond tank. Uoro salt in added, and ut a aliffhtly higher tomporaturo tho fat iu soon reudorou cloar nnd yellow, having' both tho odor and tnnto of froah butter. Thin ia again drawn off, cooled, find cub up ; into piocoo, whioh aro ouhjootod to high ! prooauro in hydraulic prosuou at 177 dogroon. ' By thia moans tho ntonrino is copurated out for us 'in tho manufacture of caudloo, and what romainu ia tho 'puro ...

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ON SUNDAY. JOHN WOULDN'T INTERFERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 3 April 1897

ON SUNDAY. JOHN WOULDN'T INTERFERE. A Chineok grocor, whon askod to aifjn tho Sunday-closing potition, carofully inquired what tho potition involvod. 'Toonforco tho closing of all nhopu on Sunday.' 'Oh I mo closo ovory Sunday nnd all holidays.' 'Tlion Di-i;u, nnd make thoao clooo who do not.' 'No, mo no ni|ju; mo oloao mysolf, not troublo about anybody oloo.' Tho olant-oyod Mongol wiukod bia doxtor 0V2 : 'Tho Klintian catchoo Hoavon bilombyoj You oavoo P Mo clooo'm bank, all niuuo an you; No play fan-tan, no pak-a-pu, On Sunday. ' You como my ohop, no catchoo dlink, No aollom uquaoh — gloat Bin, urn think — Wolly long. No nolloo plonty collolooj No Indian, turnips, lottucoo, Qn Sunday.' And thia in truo, wo muat confess ; John dealoth not iu wickodnuBB ; Moat pious John, most holy chap. Coloatial virtues now ho'll cap. Ho Binokoa no pipo and cooka no pup, But moekly puts his ahuttoro up On Sunday. And horo, again, this hoathou oovo Doth show Viio otroiiff, good eonBo and lovo ('l'li...

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