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

1 V\ fif(| c/\ LS rpiIE man who sayn ho 'can't find any whero to (;o ' to-nitjlit doBorvea to bo hit with ft brick or any miBsilo hnndy. After a dull time in thoatricala Sydiioy ia goinfj to have a plothora of piny a. Evory Bhov/houR3 in this town is putting ita best fnco forward. Each manai'oinont amiouuao-i that it ia spending monoy with both feot. Two rival mana^omonta havo oven f»ono bo far iu» to encounter ono anothorat lav; ovor tho rifjht to produco n cortuin play. Tho fntt that both houncn woro putting on bipj , military piecoa tho camo ovouinp raay account for tho hostilities. But if tho tno companies had combined to havo it out in real carnost, and had brought their cannon to boar and olaiihcd each other with property swords, and pou^od oyoa and livera and thinjjB ouc with tin bayonotn, tho porReoua and realiatio epectaclo vrould hnvo filled tho oppoaitiou housea without any further trouble. Bland Holt baa laid himnolf out ro^ftrd losa of oxponao to pro»ont aa much of tho ...

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

GEANTTMi WE GLAltSS AS FOLLOWS, AND DEFY CONTRADICTION :— I.— That Qranutna io the moat valuable human food. 2. ? Thafc Grannma oontnina, and in tho exact proportion, tho fourteen olomontB of which the* human Byotom ia compoaod. 3.— Thafc no modicino can cuke Indigestion. Thoy reliovo for tho moroonfc, but cannot cubb. Aa n, matter o£ f nob those, aa woll an con - utipation, aro proiuotetl by modioinoa. Any qualified medical man will confirm this. 4,, — Other vondo'ra claim qualities for 6h«ir produota, in (rapport o£ whioli they offer no indopoutlont tontimony. Wo roly nololy on tho atttteinoutu at Boiontifio Mmlioal Men. See Qranumo. Paekoto. H.B.— Comiumora ohould nkvbb hoed tho porGoni&l ntafcomonta of vondoM. ALL GBOCERS. I. IMGLIS nnd CO , . AfiEMTS.

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BETWEEN OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

BETWEEN OUUSELYES. An interesting pnatimo for summer even ings; I'o visit tboltedforn Hail way Station, and find out at what platform nny subur ban train ia likely to corno in. ' Tliornioraofcor'a boon very Graco-ful lately.' ' What do you moan ?' 'Why, acorod three conturioa in a woek.' UnBli-a-byo, btiby ; your mother in gono, Shojnout at a mooting, and will bo till dawn. Slio s making a npoaoli about woman'n rights, Huab-a-byo, buby ; lot'n put out tbo liqhta. * » # Landlady (to now boardor) : ' Will you kindly ciuto tho ohickon, Mr. Samson ?' Mr. Samson (riuing) : 'Cortainly. Havo you. got a ahnrp axo or a dynaraito car tridge?' ? ft O ' You mustn't Btnoko horo,' obaorvod e, man in tbo tram waiting-room ut Coogeo. ' I'm not amoking,' replied bio friend. 'But you'vo got a pipo in your mouth.' 'I'vo got a pair oj bootn on,' returned tho othor, 'but I'm not walking.' Tliojr nay whon Cupid mtnuhio dartu Iio roroly ovor miisaeu ; Yot vrbon bo nhoota nt vromaa'a hoarfc 'I'm then ho ni...

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

ANTI-TOXIN. Tho nnti-toxiu roinody liau boon tho moanii of roduclug tho doath rato for 1895 porhapa tho groatoot ociontifio triumph of in London Hoopitala by 7 por cant. Thiu ia tho ago. Tho prinoiplo on which tho wondorfnl remedy ia nppliod io that ovory diiionno Ima ito rnierobo, or poiaon-toxin, ajjainnt whiuh tho aniinal uyotom formn nu anti-toxin, Tho ouppUoa of anti-toxin nro now innnufacturod in tho labora torioa of noionco to aid Naturo in hor fight with dioonuo. To cultivate diphthoria anti-toxin tho poiuon of tho dliioano iu injootod under tho akin of a homo— tho cloanont of all aniraala — onoo in ovory oightdayo. Af tor a porlod, vary ing from tvro to eight montha, tho animal io blod, and tho blood placed on ico, whoro tho rod portion coagulate, The yollowiah portion, tho oorum, doou nob Imrdon. It contains tho anti-toxin, n poiaou whioli will probably moan a ronowod loiuio of llfo to thonnando of ouffororo who would other wise bo doomed to dio. 1'liiu prooloua polnon in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT HE GAVE HER. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

WHAT HE GAVE HER. ODDIE FANSHAWE wan mi eccentric nud a ;;ood follow. Tho two oro not al trays found to Kotlier, worao luck, but then Toddio'o littlo v/nnderiii^a from tho straight path of nlern convoatioinility tvoro prompted by tho warmth of hia hoart, tlio {Jon orosity of Iiin diEpoBi tion, aii(J il.n kindly Rood nnturo which led to hia Ijoinf? imposed upon Hlifimofulljr. Ho 1va.1noCbRC9nt.ric nwroly to advert ibo himeolf or to gain a fleeting notoriety ia tlio pages of ' tho hnlfpoiiny ovonititf papero. And this boing do liiafrionda oould novor uudor Dtand why lie married littlo Lucy Polft moro, nnd loft her thrco nionthn after tho ? : knot Imd boon tied nt tho KcRintry Office. So 'fur aa people could }Ut?^« thoy loved ? onch ofchor liko tho prororbinl turtle doves, and for thrco niontho thpy xroto in copnrnblo. Thon camo tlio novro 'that Toddio had vankhod, jiouo fcnow whera. ' Only another littlo occontricity,' caid thoso ivho liiiow him and hia ways; 'hij'll turn up again dir...

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

QKITSBION TUEATIiE. GoTo Tiosaeca null Jlnnnpori;, Ilr. DUOUUH nud Mr. BOUUICAULT. Eoprcseiitntivo ? Mr. Moyuo. B.E-0PKNS EASTtClt 3ATUKHAY, Al'Iltrj 4, 1BO0. special holiday; pkogrammb for EAHTHIt WEKK. Inlerproted \-J tlio 1'nll Staonijt.li of THK MEl-UUH-UOUCIUA.UJ,T COMTAKY. Meraira. }troni;h, Titlioraago, 'V/ard, Car«j, Dorriu&lon, WIntyro, and Vunc'ioauH. Mlanos Boryl Fuliar. Hilda Spiiue, Uinma Toiuplo, Jcunio WAtt-Tannur. Kntliarino Hurilf, and lira. Ilrouijli. BATUttDAY and MONDAY, T1IE PICKPOO'JIET. TUU3DAY, APlin- 7, THE CASE OP KEBELLIOUS SUSAN'. WEDNESDAY, Al'UIL B, DANI-Y DICK. TnUUSDAY nnd FKIDAY, THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY. OATUItDAY, ArniL 11, Will bo produoort for THE FIRST TIME IN SYDNEY, THK IMPORTANCE OF BEING EAIINBST. BOX PJiANS for abovo now opou at, Nichulaon's Munlu Yfunhonno I'UICE3 AIJ USUAL: So, Sn, 2a, and ONK IJ1DI.LIHH. ? H. 19 It MA. 7 B S~T If'1 S'. Bolo Lroseoa ... llmarn. Womln nnd rJnnihall, Manner ? Mr. Alfrod Wondx. Thin Thoivtro will rn...

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SPORT BOATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

[?] BOATING. Throo of thn clubs put up fclio shutters on Saturday last, tlvi-so brtinir the P.A.Y.O., Johnotono's Buy S.C., itu-l Lano Oovo S.C., although why tho Reason should bo no 1 pronmUiroly onded if- would bollard to nay, ao for Mio noxfc rmmth to conio t-omo gloriouo vrenther is usually experienced. Tho P.A.Y.O. ffni^hod tho progrnniMio with ii goncnil hntidifiip irmiifl the Manly course, undor font and aft cunvns only. Ab in tilr/aya thn casso when the littler con dition prowiiis, thu cnutrst was not calcu lated to bring on any serious heart affection through over oxcitomonfc. Indued it woo roatly wonderful to iico how thronged wan tho club ntoamer, Thistle, simply to boo four ynchts placidly fail over tho courno. If n. really good r;ie«? iran on Mi pro would be a very big muster to liavv) a look. Entries for tho Yacht Riiep worn better fchnu uisual, numbering sorou, but us two woro abaont xvnd tho npood of tho Vivn Brandon rather too snail-liko for tho othorn, it virtually...

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OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

OUK PORTRAIT fiALLBRY. MB. SYDNEY T. WILSON. A TBBT familiar faco among yaohting mou ia tho subject of our okotoh to-day, Mr. S. T. Wilnon, tho Bocrotary to tho Iloyal Sydney Yacht Squadron. Syd comtnoncod his Bailing oaroor about 14 years ago in Ult canvas dingioa, and ho aohiorod Innumorablo buccobbob in nil nortu of opon and half-dookod bontn. I'lapocially wan this tbo cnao in tho 10ft Ettio, of ?which ho woo owner, and tho 10ft Noriod f alno in tho 20ft Noroua, both No. 1 and No. 2, ho woo all but invincible. Migrating from thonco to the email doop doop-koolorn, ho bo oamo aanooiatod with AsBOgai and Iolantho. Ho wao in tho former in that momorablo raco down to WoollongonR nnd back, whioh Dr. Milford inotitutod norao ywirn buck. Tho con ditionn atated that onoh competitor should cany n dingy, and although Aoaogai flniahod n long way uhond, oho ^yaa diiuiualiflod for carrying away hor boat, and tho rnco awardod to tho J. S. Poyon. The four yachta 8ao, Aiwogai, J. S. Poyon, and Wa...

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

ON THE WHEEL. As events turned out, I was not very far nstmy in ray prognostications last week ns to tlio Martin nnd Parsons tnateh, nnd though ho won, I am not satisfied that Martin is tho bent man. Iio has ridden with groat consiBtoucy since hisnrrivnl, but jie ia juot now in perfect condition. I'ur bouo, on tho othur hand, iu hardly at his boat, for ho luiu bucm at liis top for a long while-. Ilu was strung up to record pitch, and doing well boforo Martin nrrived at nil, and has kept up to it protty well ever oiuce, so that ho must bo slightly stalu. Martin is now only really well and ac climatised for the first timo, that Maori land trip having put tho final polish on him. Ho ia undoubtedly a wonderful rider, who, ovon in thia vory ' deadly Aus tralian clinmto,'' baa developed Rpeod which ho nover showed iu othec parts of tho world. Staying was hia forto, but now ho can sprint, too. But ovon taking the throo ovents ns thoy woro, and making evory allowance on both cidun for misha...

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BOXING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 April 1896

BOXING ITEMS. Coupar, of Johannesburg, about whom wo Imv9 hoard a |»reat dt»al in connection with South African puftiliam, it may not bo i;ouor»lly known wuo a i;ood mivnyyoara ago taken out from KnglanU to Kimborley by a numbor of sportsmen for tho purpono of fiVhtintf a local Goliath, whoso prowetsu was very loudly buui: by hia admirors. Tho raatch took placo on the Veldt, within ii abort diutaneo of tho diamond city, whon tho Britishor, r-ftor a *cry. otif! battle, com plotoly routod tho local idol, and at onco jumped into cehibrity. Sinco then Coupur has been it proiuiiiont figuro in tho athletic \vorld, nnd ban written a book — on oxcop tional nccouiplinhmont for ft priiio-fightcr, but not nurprininy; in t.hin mi/in's enno, nineo ho is woll oducatod, and, according to roport, ii contrast to tho nceoptod typo of ' bruitier.' v Mitcholl'o challongo to Jim Corbott for fi match in tho Uolinubroko Club, London, nnd tho hitter's reply thoroto, of which wo had cabled iiiformiitiou oar...

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY, APRIL. 11. THE ROUS HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

? AJ.C. AUTUPJifJ MEETING. FOURTH DAY— Satdhdat, ArniL 11. TUB ROUS HANDIOAP, 1A A handicap mwoepntakca of 5 dotb eaeli, 1 ? v forfoit. vritli 200 «or» added j for throe-year. oldo; second iiorno SO ooro from tho jiriio, 1 mllo 3 f nclonsB, atlb at 1 ValUint ? 0 10 Morman ? 8 0 TruoBiuo ? 0 7 Kcdix»nl ? 7 12 Trontlmm ? B 13 Ilcboiiter ? 7 1'J Cabin Boy ? 8 10 The Fnltbful ... 7 12 Toroador ? 8 10 CharloUor ? 7 10 Tho Skipper ... 8 0 Prlnoe Cheater ... 7 7 Son tlnrco ... 0 0 Aurntu ? 7 3 Form ? 8 8 Mount Vlotoria .,, 7 II Kouebery ? 6 7 Clondnlken ... 7 I! Patrono. ? , 8 7 Sir Uoorgo ? 7 2 LoohLelRh ... 8 0 Wnililu ? 7 0 The Uorry Boy ... 0 8 Tho Squire ,„ f- 13 Damion ? 6 3 SllTortouo ? 0 13 CraTBt ? 8 3 Torallm ? 0 7 Ltonldnn ? 8 0 Balanco ? 0 7 THE PLACE HANDIOAP, 2 A A freo liandicap mrcopgiakco of 10 note encii ? V for otartern, with 300 novn added ; for horooa thut Iirto rim flrut. nocond, or third iu nny race of thoTaluoof 100 oots or upirarda, In vrhich not loon tlmu olx hora...

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

TO-DAT. KAOfNO. A.J.C. Autumn llool.ln^. FlrBt race, ! p.m. Special iramo to tho coureo, return fnro Od, liiUIo Brld[;o Pouy lluooa, 8.15 p.m. CMCKICT BNQAQEMENT3. Slelbourno 0.0. t Quoouolaud, at UriobanO XiOCAL PKEMlfiHSHIP MATCHES, FlUBT CIlUDU. 3?»sddlB,2ton v Knot Sydney, Sydney Cricket Ground 'Voi-bUt t Burwood, Burwood, Worth Sydnor r Olobo, North Sydnoy Waverloy v Central Oumborlanu, WaVorley South. Syduoy, u byo, PKCOttD GlUDIt. Horth Sydney *'i BftiVertilty. Unlroroity OrU Globe t EMt.OxiJtWy.-'Wontnorth Park Wnverley r BoilUi Sydney, WaTOrloy Hnnly r Paddlflpton, Mciiily Bnrwood v Ecilforn, Kodforn leiolihardt, n byo ? -.'?Fiobt Jnniono. Aihflotd v Glntamlo A. Uordorn nnd (iono t Fernlolgh Oar Boya v Nontowu CorelU Arlington r ArtlmrlolcU MiirrJokrillo v Cnpnlet Boyni O:-kn v Artillery Aminiidalo v liiviuclblo Qscohd JomiobO. Deaf Miitoa r Gronfeubr Elclnoro v MnrrlokTlllo D Sttuidnrd v Btnnmoro Clifton Diiphjio t AfihUeld U Ktoinuton v Anuitudulo 11 Glon T OurlloruB ZTon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

JAMES BRENNAN, TATTJSnSALFS CLUB, TO-BAY. ? BOB DYSON. SAME OLD SPOT, liEiGKEIt REiSIER'V.EJ, ,-DTjniHU Sydney out wEKiti LONG ODDS, PttOMFT PAYMENT, 'AND CIVILITY.'.;'.1 ? ? AmuiaomoHtn. ? ? Til B A T It 19 BOYAL. TUB TAI/IC OF THK TOWN. BLAND UtOLT'B BIULLIANT MIMTAKY BI'EOTACIiH ONE OF TUB HK8T OWE OV THK I1KHT ONE OF THE I1EBT niQHi.ANi) uNijrou&iB. cionaEOua TABLEAUX. MAGNIFICENT KFFECTH. KVEKY EVENING. I'rlco'Ji fig, i'o, nnd Ouo Bhilliufr, ilox plan at El»y nnd Co. X)»y tlokotn at 1'onor'n. f} B I T E B I O N T H B A T It E. ^-^ Eolo hamtata mid Ifminiroru, Mr. IJBOUaU ana Mr. liOUUIOAULT. Iloturn of tlio BKOUOIMIOUCIUAUI.T COMPANY. TO-NIGHT I TU-NIUUTI I'lrut Production la Sydnoy nf 'TUB IMFOKTANUJfi OV 11EINU EARNEST,' My OfiCAIt WILDR Box Flnnn nti Nloholson'u Muslo Wnroliougo, I'rlonn nn Umial i fin, Bn. 2n, Quo UhlUlnr;. ? HE It ' MAJESTY'S. Hole ItOEsooil... llcuiini, Woodn nndMnrulmH. . Wnnnror ? Mr. Alfrotl Wooda. THIS ANJU EVERT EVENINU nt I) O'OIiOOK. Tbo Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

DR. GIBBONS, [. 137 ELIZABETH-STREET, SYDNEY. I-K. (SIltilONS, who iii troblr-qimlinail and Ki-irintorud, lin-i mudo a lifn-loiiir iiliuly o( l'Jtl VATIO, NKHVOUS, ami SlCtN DISlOASEii, ami lr.ia rtliicovoroil tho -)»t«kor.t iuuI nuvuut liWAiut ot thurniih'lily citriiij; tlium. Y0UN0 MEN, AND TH09R WHO WISH :'[ TO MARRY, ,'| Wlio, nn tlio roniilt of Knrly 1'olllon or Enoonnos of iiiuru umturuil uk-i, nulVcr from uny of tlio followlnic nyiniitainu, viz. ;— i'rniiiittiit llaailnolioii, Ulildlnosa, /. Driiwnluonii In tlio D.iyl.lmo, Cnutivuun'iil, Fulliiosa Altar Kntlni,', Upvolin liuroro tlio Byon, Cold Ituucla or Foot, Toiulurucos of llroiuitbono, Yollow Din. oliur(to from tlio MouUi, I'nlpltixtloti, Wlilto or Cloudy Hodlmoiit in tlio Urlno, Impiiro Illood, Hpota or l'linnlon, Faillnit Mnmory, 1'hIHuk of tho lluir, tea., ifiiould noml for hid GOMPIiHTM MKDIOAIj WORK. Bout T09T 1'llKK from Ouuorvntlon for Od In Stninpa. ONK VOUSOln nufilolout to Boml for Komedloo I1C0083IUT for tho OI...

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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

? r S^~-fr Ay To-day tho iluiHli tip Of ah A.J.C. Autumn Mooting which lias gono on tho boom. Thoro wiU bo a last chanco for tho Sydney hoi'noa to have ft craok at Wallace ; but tho Victorian puntorn in particular will allow thoui Buck lay 'h chanco. Trams ivt reduced fnrua may liavo Bomo tliing to do with it, but tho public ovi dently desire to go raving at ltandwick when thoy hold it, deapito tho hypocritical liolinuHR of horror asBiunnd by tho self appointed anti-Rambling, anti-manly, unti ovorything bri^ado. Tho ltoupbory Turk Club will hold tho first pony mooting noxt weuk — on Tuesday. Brighton will reuiiino on Monday woek. Dora peorod hoi1 third aiicond in tho Flying Handicap, and it waa bad luck for Joo llurton to bump against a champion Jiko Courallio. Toroador and Fort can both stay a ? journny out, but Win pneu will havo to bo something good to flnd Walaco out, and it is vory doubtful whothnr Wallaco can bo stoppod from adding tho Itandwick Plato stako to Mr. W. 14. Wilso...

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SPORT BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

[?] BOWLS. Regarding our paragraph published last ?week about bowls being included in n Statute against illogal gimieK and pursuits in the year 1512, wo havo boi-n uakod to say why this course wnn adoptod. No explanation ia given by our authority, but history relates that in tho reign of Mary bowling matchon wore prohibitoil Under tho plea that tlioy wore only mi excuse for Boditious meetings. Mr. llinchcliffu'ii win of tho Now South Wales Championship gold modal hint Saturday was a moat popular olio, and tho fact that tho final lay bntweon him and a follow mouibor of tho City Olub io amplo ovidonco that that body — tho oldust bowling organisation wo havo — in utill in tho van, as it has boon for yoara. Mr. Ilinclicliffu'u prominence an a trundlor of tho wood dati'n bade to 183!), whon ho wan ono of tho team representing New South Wales againat Victoria. Burly gonial Arthur Cokor who runnor lip for tlio bhio ribiuid of howlers, and right well did ho play — no good wan hm gaino that ...

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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. AN A.J.C. BOOM. Wallaee's Victorious March. NEWHAVEN PUZZLES THE PEOPLE. SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

[?] WOW TURF TALK AND TIPS. AN AJ.C. EOOM. lVnlljico's Victorious March. NEWHAVKX PUZZLES TIIETUOPLE. SELGCTIONS F'lK TO-IMV. CKt 'THE CAPTAIN.'! Tub A.J.C. Autumn Meeting of 1800 will always ho rumeiu bored us associated with tho acliievomi'iits of Oarbmo'sHon, Wallace, a colt about who3o merits there has boon a good dual of difference of opinion. . Ho has had u section of admirers nil along who believed him to bo thu equal of hia Biro, uub wiit iiitijiriiijr ui utlliiun Irani I1U1 t[llltu prepared to concede so much. Tho lazy disposition of tho colt often created a bad impression. Ho had to bo ridden so hard to boat Oubiu Boy in tho Loger on Saturday that most puople, mid particu larly thoso not woll acquainted with his methods, refused to stand him for tho Cup on Monday. Thorn is uo doubt about ? Wallace being a stayer of high-clami. At thu right end of thoruco ho contrives to bo on hand in timo onough to got tho judgo'a vordior, and Jumna Gough, boing now well used to his wayB, ...

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BOATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

BOATINa. Saturday's handicap down nb Clark Island resulted in yet another win for Cubby HolmoR, who atao got tho fust 14 footer ho no first on th« previous Saturday. Tho Bouth-castor was of the vaguest po« Biblo description, and as Ksmoraldii m always bbbii at hor bust on such ligl-t days, hor easy win camo aa no Burpri«o. Tho samo cun hardly bo said of Colina's porformanco in hor boat, M'Couvillo putting in aoino remarkably cluvor work ou tho boat acroBS to Shark Island, and quite HRtoniRhiug ovoryono thoroby. Ilo got, tho 18-footor bo far aliuad that thoru w.ia no posBiblo chanco of hor buing ovortalton on tho final run. H.id luck, tnrouirli atriidn-c a calm patch, lost Colina hor chanco of figuring among tho prizo-winnora. Tlio 18-foot«r wus taken up to Gosford, but had to play second fiddlo to tho good old Cygnot, which, with F. Pontoy in com mand, proved too go -i for tho local oppo nitinn on IC.istor Jlondny. Tho two Sydnoy bontB fiiiiHhoil lit-3t aud second iu tho All ComorB1...

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[?]uiver [?]uips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

/ \hfWA iWtt °i~,/C3 \\Ik W/II F r \ [?] Thbkk'b ii touching talo told of 11 wrecked North Polo explorer who ntaved off aturvu tion by swallowing tliu lump that roso in hia throat ovory tuuu lio thought of his oorrow-Htriekon wifo lind thirteen children loft at homo. I didn't boo tdat dono my Bolf, but tlio Gtory was (old to moby uhorst' nuctiouoor, iind I nnver know a member of that honorable profession to toll a lio yot — oxcept m tho way of business, of courao. m . . if It ocouro to me to-day that boforo long * ?quito a number of uufortunnto toilers in thin colony will bo compelled to livoon tho lumps that will rise in thoir throats ovory timo llioy think of tho day whon thoy ' Hocked to tho polls and votod for a straight H\ out cast-iron policy of Fi-uctrado. / ? * * i Whon that toarful timocomus, thoso inis 1 ' guided men will realise that thoy played tho foolish part of Thompson's horso, which i was such n cotifnmidud asB that ho onco ' owutn across a rivor to get udrink ; in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896

BOXING ITEMS. Fino by dogroes aud beautifully less is tho timing in champion prize fightR bo coming. Indeed, sinco Potor Jackson and Frank Shivin Bottled thoir littlo difficulty boiiio yoara ago, nothing worthy tho iiainii of a contest has takon placo. That was a groat battle, fought our. with exceptional determination and skill on both Bidoa. Wo cannot hope to hear of such another in thi'so dogonomto timeu. Tho precious contont for 'tho World'n Champiomihip,' which ban boon in public ovidonco al nauneam for bo many months, wan ovor aud done with iu littlo more than a minuto, aud a man of oxporinnco liko Mahor, with uomo eight pound* advantngo in weiglit, allowod himiiolf to bo ' outod ' and laid cold in Btylo mich a» ono might oxpoct from a moro tyro, and all ero two thirdu of tho first round had run thoir courno. Boporh nays ' tho kiuotosc.opo proved a failure.' Small wonder. It novor got a ohanco. Iloforo it had timo to Bottle down with tho objoct of jilaoing thin hiutorioal comb...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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