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("By THE CYNIC") [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

('By THE CYNIO.') rjiIIE criol;ofc boiiooij of 1890-7 oIobob to day. A glorious ceason it liau boon for tlio Cornstnlka, who have carried all before them iu ropreaentntivo gamco. It were rv wisto of onorgy and apaco to reeonnt tho foaturon in nil thoir triumphn — tho groat butting, grout bowling, grout fiolding, tho ndiuirnblo esprit iU corps, and splendid public onthuuiasni. Tlio prosperity of local crickot has extended iti.olf to tlio [;aino in all itu pliaaoa, until nt thu present inomonb nil Australia looks on admiringly (it it nnd its plonning iaouo. Tlio latoat Colonial conquest at Bria bnnoapina to those who enro to roncl it a tnlo difforont from Ui;it of tlio biggor Colonial victorion, for it wa.a largely achieved by tho colts. 'J'IiobouiiccobbG!) in thnir firot bijj engagement more than ovor provo tlio local to ho a vory flourishing nnd nurturing ayetom of cricket. Tun Auuow would like to mingio itu praises with tlioso of otlniro of tlio good thinga donp by L. 'W. Pyo, II. ...

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

? ? ^Q-I3^X. ? ' SSAOIHO. Ji.XO, Autumn ? Heatinar .—i lrst race, 1 p.ia. {Special trams to tlio. courcoj return faso,8d. ? : ' OKCUMO, WatrrasfcloLeaBUd'ornocJiuootlnff. ?'?? ';'r Union ojion run to Cootrco. BruldBcyaloi-aqoo, LXolbonr.no Exhibition tacit. THE I2ARKIEK3. Oponlng of tho orotsu-cotmtry uracou at Ooogfia, ftti 3 ? p.m. . ? AT OTGHT. Hun Hajbso'O ... ' Prisoner of Zcnda ' (jBiriEition ? 'Chnrlojr'o Aunt' Irtonim .., ... ' BtniaUoorncjr Tl*ou ? ... Bioktirtls' Variety Co. 3?At.MB .., ... Orido MuBln Company

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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

5 5 ^.-r—-^ // To-day tho Eandwick finish, When followers of form will haico thoir last chanco of the meeting to gob ovon. And bookmakorg will bo hoping; for further outsiders liko Superb, Tricolor, tnd Gozoroina to holp tliora await tho advent; ? of tho Totaliaator with a bit in hand. Tho Graf tor did not tako at all kindly to tho rain on Thursday, and was last to pass tho post in tho Weltor Handicap. Cmvon'n pair, Ho.val Koso and Bliss, woro boaton oil at tlio home turn in tho City Handicap, and had a groat battle for last pluoo. Tarannhi took part at tho Parkea races, but did not distinguish liimsolf. Tho hig bay ha8 provnd himself as great a disap pointment us Auruus. A largo number of Victorian pooplo camo across to tho A. J.C. mooting. Homo of thorn patronisud tho yearling sales and bought a numbor. Mignon finished very faBt in tlio First Btouploehuao, and if tho going doeo not intorforo with him ho should bo a placo gottor again this afternoon. An agent liar, boon despatched ...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

[?] Pollio Emory coca to London in Juno. Harry Cojfill'n Vnrinty Co. is rcatin^ in RJelboaruodurinc liiu illnmin. Tho IMevinn? nro fjociil oyolintn, tind wliilo in liujflniiii do n (loul of pacing. D'Arcy Slniiflnld mid wife, 'Bv»i Clor.icnU, aro at Ifniibano Giiioty with tbo Elito Variety Co. Tlio Broncho nrn furpivelling nl Btiabrino Opera llonuo. 'i'liu ucuuuu is limited lo ro virnls. Alias Nollio Stowurt iti rosting in Lomlnn. uompuniory routs uro not, uciovuu dy ino pro fcMsion. Joo Rroirn lina loft George Tli'itnold nnd rojoinod I'rofcnRur Kunnudy and hia. truiuoii mulo bIioiy. Tho '/alula Company will romnin in Aun traliti twulvo month*. Fr.-uik Thorn tun in booked for uii:litci)ii itioii I Iim. Mish Colbouiiio Jlnbur hnu changed hor namo lo JIud:umi Lillu HurriHon, by wliiob aho will iu fiitu.-u bo known. Unfortunately Kitty Lnftui will not visit Auulralia with 'La I'oupoo.'1 London on ga^oniouLn provunt liur from doing uo. Ctirl Hurtr, oimoludim liiu Mnnrilnml tout' port mo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THAT BIG BATTLE. HOW IT WAS LOST AND WON. BOTH MEN IN SUPERR CONDITION. "A PICTURE FROM THE ATHENIAN GAMES." CORBETT CLEVER, FITZ TOUGH. Mrs. Fitzsimmons An Onlooker. "That's the way to Whip the Hound" -Great Excitement in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

firii'ii BSa BI4I ILE. — ?— ^ ? -i7- ? - HOW IT WAS LOST A^ID WOK. BOTH MEN IN SUPERB CONDITION. ' A PICTURE FROM THE ATHENIAN 0AEIH3.' COttBETT CLEVER, PITZ TOUtM. Mrs. FitKslinmona An Onlookor. 'Thnt'8 tho Viaj to Wliip tho Hound'— Urcftt Excitoinont In Amcrlcn. We aro compelled through lack of space to Bumuiarko tlio fjiont fiatto battle bo twoon Jamoa J. Corbott (of America) and Bob ITitKaimmonu (of Auatrnlia) which took plaeo in Caraon City, Nevada, on March 17 laat, and whilo doing bo intend ftivinp; roadora tho subatanco of what appoara in our various Enffliah exuhanges to hand by Wodnosdny'B mail. j.no aroun, in tnnuu iiiu u^uc came ou wan situated in tho contro of tho racc traok, about a third of a milo from tho main street of Caraon Oity. Tho utrueturo was ontiroly composed of undroasod timber, and tho men fouj;ht practically in tho open air, Spocfctttora nuiubnrod about COOO, andpricoa rmifjod from Gdol to 40dol. The ring wa3 raiHvd about four foot alioro tho lovel of tho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. THE A.J.C MEETING. SUPERB AND TRICOLOR. THE TROUBLES OF BACKER HOPSCOTCH HIMSELF AGAIN. NEWHAVEN'S LAPSE. Outsiders Perform and Bent Followers of Form - Racing in The Rain - Aurum Dodges New-haven. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

// lfl?M ' A r';'ik TURF TALK AS^O TIPS. THE A.J.C MEETING. SUr&UlI AND TICICOLOR. THE TROUBLES OF BACK Mil '. HOPSCOTCH HOISEI.F AGAIN. NEW'KAYEX'S LAPSE. Otituiilorfl Pci-ronu nnd Rent Fol loworfl of Form — Haciu? in Iho Kain — Anriim ' Dodges Noiv haven. SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY. (BY ' THE CAPTATN.') Pooplo who bot — and thoy nppour to con stitute a Inrgo majority of tho community, nt nny ra-ta of that part of it who talco intoreat in or attond rnooa — havo bnd nn objoot loiiBon in tho difficulty of backing hornoa to a profit. Tho mooting which will finish up to-duy htw nffordod illuutra tion of tho futility of trying to nuvko results nccord with nny lino of judg mont, oitbor busud on public or privuto form, Ib would bo also iatorcstinjj to know on what Ryntoin n. bnokor could havo kept bimsolf on tho winning nido during tho thrco duyB1 oxporioncoa at Kandvriclc. To-day tho to will bo a lnat opportunity for thu punting fratornity to repair tboir fulloa fortunes, but thny hav...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

BOXING. ' Bill Wlmtlcy, who lost month dofoutnd Tom Wiliiumn, of Australia, in a match Iho beat of 20 ronndo, nt iho NutismjJ, London, haa not ronchod tlio thirtiots. Ytst tho mention of bin namo Bonus to isoad oao bnok to old Union. Probably tho priuoipul rousou of thin in that wliila Wlmlloy'H npponrasinon in publio hnvo boon foiT and fur botircori during tho pant. thrco or four jeara. tSicro was n tiino «hon tlio Kamo kept him ouunLiBitly ontrnRiid.' Tho Kngliuh botiijjt tottrnnewnt of thono palmy dayii ftavo Whntlcy plenty of omptoy rnnnt, ami, 'tiu vaid, diiBarvudly, for who«ov«r his bout csirao on, no m&tU'r who ho took tho ring vritli, oi'orybody knot? that thoro would bo como hard woar nnd tear bnsiiKM3 bnforo tho oud \va.! ruuebed. Tho boiinif tonrmuMonfc. cm it vtaa thon known in Enirbiiid, nocmii quito o. thiiHr of tho pn»t (oouuoqiumt mainly ujiuiilbo iunxplioablo roJ-luptiiuiu whioli witlidranr polioo fjrotoution from an oanoiitiully Britiuh nnd manly ontor tiii...

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ON WOMEN. PROF, LOMBROSO'S OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

OM WOMEN. ritor. iomijkoso's opinions. At a tltno whon Womanhood Suffrage Loaguo'o l^oinalo Emanoipation Sooiotioo and kindrod organlsationn aro making ib rough for tho trousorod half of humnnity, it in almonb a relief to hoar what soiouco has to flay for fcho BOX-o-iuality quea tion. Profoaoor Louibroao, tho colobratod Italian aciontiub, in nob a man whom wo would oxpuob to soo invited to tako tho ohalr ,.&ti a wonian'u uuf irago moaung, imu nifi opinion in worth something. Ho glvflu tho dear oroaturo b, iihooklngly bad chtu-aotor, ' Womou nro, indeed, nothing but big children,' ho de clares, bub tho big children ho hao in mind have nono of tho grnaon of childhood, aud aro, Iu fact, vory monnf.oru of cruelty nnd vioo. Horo 1b what ho sayo i ' Womou havo many traltn in common with ohlldrou j their moral uonuo In dofloiont; bhoy aro rovongofu), joaloua, inolinod fco vongoanoou of e, roflnocl cruolty. In ordinary onsos thoao dofoota avo noutralinod by ploty, inatonilty, want o...

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IN A HURRY. WANTED THE UNDERTAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

. . IN A.HOeHY.. WANTED THE UNDEBTAKBK. Now Jim and Bill woro matos. In tho literature of thie country it would bo a difficult matter to find mates who woro not Jim and Bill; but that doesn't matter. Tho subjects of this narrutivo worodooply attochod to ono anothor. Thoir friondship was something out of tho ordinary. Bill had novor boon known to go back on Jim. It was not recorded that Jim had' ovor ulavod it low dowu on Bill. Thoy wero whalers, this Damon and Pythias, and thoy worked down tho right bank of tho rivor ono Boason and up tho loft bank noxt season. Thio was boforo tho squatters begun to borrow monoy at fancy prices from tho banks and foruign syndicates. It waa a. lazy, roving lifo thoy lod, awowfc with all tho imuiy joya of vagabondago, lull of tho . listless pleasures of tho unemployed.. But all K°od thingu havo an onding, and tho rosioat droaru often comos to a sudden awakening. Billdiud. Ho was first taken bad on tho Lower Murruuibidj^eo, it in ''supposed, from eatin...

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Quiver Quips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

[?] [?] It has boon oadly said that Americans liavo boon known to rogrot that they woro not bora in othor couutrioa, bo that thoy might havo something to do with tho management of their oren groat land, which in now mainly in tho handn of O'Raffortys, Schultzenborgs and Pulaakis — not to mention Vandorpoopa, Li Ching Ohongn, nnd tho baggy-breechod wouion whoso war ory ia 'Liberty, Trousers; and No Maternity !' * * * As Bill Nyo onco Borrowfully ronmrkod : 'Tho nativo Amorican citizen sooms to bo no busy paying his taxes all tho time that hohns very little loisuro to mingle in tho giddy whirl of tho alien. That in why,' ho addod, ' that wo ai-o always in a hurry; That in tho roason wo havo to throw our inoals into oursolveis with a dull, sickoniug thud, and hardly haro enough timo loft to uiRtiitiiiu a warm personal friendship with our families.' I havo no doairo to poao as an alarmist, ? of posaimist, or any othor aort of des pondent ass, during this gay and fostivo Easter season, b...

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DARTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 April 1897

[?] Parliamont re-opona on Tuesday. At laat raoinbora will have to do 'some- thing for tlioii- salt,' which bo far this year thoy havo onrnod vory easily. Wanted,— A Sydnoy man who has not a Bchomo for extending tho railway into tlio city. A Buburban debating society recently dia cuasod tho question : ' Ia ifc wrong to choat a lawyer?' It was dcoidod that it was I1OU wruugi U'' iiujiuaaiuiu. Occupying the fsamo cabin on a rooontly nrrivod mail boat wero a bishop, an actor, nnd a jockoy. A fine- mixture — Church, Stagp, and Turf. Coppor, for so many years a deopiood metal in South Australia, is now boing vigorously prospoctod for. Some smart pooplo think thoy foroaoo a boom, Tho Parliamentary candidate novor np poals to tho ' unthinking section' of tho working clusaos. Tho unthinking sioction is air/ays, of coufEO, tho section that diffora in opinion from the eandidato thon and thoro opoaking. ? Toby Burton did not ' mako himself popular na Inador of tho Convention. Ilo has ofiondud ...

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CANTERBURY PARK PONY RACES SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1897. CANTERBURY PARK PLATE (15.0) (To start about 3 p.m.), [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

CANTERBURY PARK PONY RACES Satuuday, Mat I, 1807. OANTEItKURY PARK PLATE (l«.0) (To iitnrl about a p.m.), Of 75 Eovn; unnond lioruo 15 (iovh mid third lioroo 10 bovu out of tho utako. !-i f urlonuu. ot lb Mr. W. WolllnttH nn oh « Bnlloraua, nffed ... 0 7 EIr W. Bonnor mi br m Nnnloo, 5yrn ? 8 11 Mr. M.Dunn us b in Andi\, 5yru .., ... 8 7 Mr. J. Huiltb, im oil in I'erohnnoo, f-yrn ... 0 5 Mr. A. Blmw nn b in aiirdt, (lyio ? , 8 0 Mr. J. Snundnvit na oh b aoodnmn, flyru ... 8 li JWr. A. VV. Johnnou'd br in Iiiidy Loo, 5yrn ... 8 0 Hi. A. Qollliin' hi* in Mnrla Jano, Kyni ... 7 1!) Mr.W. ITliianftry'ii b m Itocfilin, Byrs or Oyrn 7 11 Mr. O, Itolfo'd on \s floyorol|:n, flyrn ... ,., 7 10 Mr. J. H'Oralli tin bit Storm, numl ? 7 I) M«.M. M.UlokoniioirohruMtUoKinif.Oyrii 7 8 Jlr. A.GolluM'nb m Mnybo, 6ytH ? ? 7 7 Mr. 3). Mnjono nn br ff Ilowlous, 4yra or fiyrn 7 B Sir. H. Mpor'n oh m Iiodft, Byro ? 7 4 Mr. li. A, Coopor'n br f Wntoroolor, Syru ... 7 4 lit. It. Dny na b m llnllyraoro, Oyr«...

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KENSINGTON RACES. HURDLE RACE (15.0), (To start at 3.15 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

KEMSINGTOW RACES. HURBLK RACE (15.0), (To ntnrt nt 2.15 p.m.) A hundicnp of 26 uoyn ; necotnl horuo 3 botd from prize 1J milo. Mr.fc.0. WnnfHoliffBrlntowo, Oyro; ? 12 10 Mr. It. HUionaon na b c ftortlo, nyod ? t'J 0 Mr. J. Kobcrtnou'soh ffOaqimlii, iiffoil ...11 0 Mr. P. Connors na n ci Idles, ntfad ? 10 7 JSt. Q. 8auudora mi oh m llcmilo Macarthy, (iyro ? ? 0 5 Jtr. J. Fngau'u gir g Tom Oirftt), O([od ? 0 0 Mr. P. l-onlri no oh s Diunocles, rigcd ? 8 10 Mr. W. M. OilfQtU'n be Hornld, oacd ? 8 10 Mr. H. fJtoonion na oh 'ri Dublin, 4yru ? 8 7 Mr. B.&ulth'a bmVnulty, lived ? 8 7 MAY STAICKS (14.3), (TouUrt ut U.45 p.m.) A handicap of 60 roth ; oocond horoo 7 boys and third homo 3 iiotii from tho prliu. i\ furloucu. Mr. h. Chorry'n b in Anda', Sjrii.. ? 8 12 Mr. Jj. Chorry'n b m After Ten, 5yro ? B 10 Afr. It. fclruy'ii oh p Hnniipi, nged ? 8 U Mr. N. WntterBun's b in Hhototor, aged ... 8 5 Mr. Jj. A. Cooper's b in Wntorcolor, Syro ... 8 0 Ur. J. Tliorpo « oh g Uut)er,ugiKi ? 7...

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

TO-DAT; ICACING. Kensington Pony Hacon. — First raco, 2,15 p.m. A Bpoclnl tram will Icuvo Uout-stroot for tho ICon ,' elngton Platform ut 1.20 p.m. A npecial will aim) lonvo Wu»orloy for Kumlvrlck ut l.:w p.m.; tinociiU 'hiujea will Imivo Mooro-iitrout ihront for thu courno ovnry -Imiu, the flrut utuitin^ ut l-'.^JO p.m. Cuutorbnry Vark l'ony Hnccs.— Flrnt raoo, 3 p.m. Spoolnl tralna to tho oourco at l.'J uml 1.17 p.m. ISOWINO. Tho Alhlolio Aasoclation of the Great I'ublio Gohoolo of N.U.W. «c;;ftttn on Fnrrnumtta. Btcamor (Lady Muunlin;) loavea Circular Qu;iy r.t \i p.m. AT NIGnT. TniiTnti IUival ... I'lyinu Jorilftiin 1'alicb ? 'Blilppod by thoIJirhtof Iho JUoou.' If br fiUJvirrv'n ... ' Priaouor of VJcuclu ' CaiTsnioii ... ... 'Olmrloy'u Auut' Titoli ? Itlokurdu' Vmloty Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

mHAT N.BU BOMBS, from Unlnoorllo, doing 1% JL 3i«u,lUiaClU.TI!HIOI3 IIUTKIi. llojiljmaaaall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

.'/Stand aiifl Paddock, 5b only; Legoif ?Reserve, Is only, Eo Outsido Gato- ? Chargos.. First Evont, 2.15 .p.m.. '. mMMM*M'°m' WkUiM wmI VnWhkoi hy lUnnr Mabikium Bt*n», Enmsat Ammfun Kvabs, and Untmn ffawtimoa »«««, lilxooutato of tho Will of Marklimu Jl'id&iwO. Kvami, dcoonsod, »b 103 Yorlt-DUoofcToxduoy, N.fj. W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

JiOOTBALLI JJ'OOTBALL! ' IMl'OUTANT TH.4T UAMK. AQKIOULTUUAIi SOGIflTY'S GROUND TO-DAY, at a i-.M. RANDWIGK ^vTwALLAROO. ADMISfllON, 0(1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

KEKTSINGTOM RACES, THIS DAT, SATUEBAY. Stand Jtiul PjuMocIc, 5s only ; Legcr Reserve, Is only. No Outside Gate Charges. . First Event, 2.15 p.m. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XX XX . g* GOLD MEDAL TWEEDS *| XX FOR GENTS' WEAK. XX xx ? XX XX XX XX At Pnrrnninltn there is n manufactory XX XX 1'ird nt work making Al Tneads. Tho XX jt euereetio mnutifncturera riiIiicJ tho xx XX .Oold Medal Prlzo at tho Into Mooro XX XX Pnrk Show. Qoutlomon, you can cot XX XX '?cso colobratod maUer'o Vweedn tit XX xx HOD&DDERN'S xi g* IN PITT-STREET, £* XX cither by tho yard or inado to meanuro. XX XX You vrilliiaTo tuotioy nbethor you nro a XX XX Protectionist or Freetrader. XX XX XX xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx ? TVTERVES ANL- BLOOD CURED. m Hoi-TOiio Dcldlitr. XiOst ViUlltr, Varlcooolo, Youthful I'ollins, cured oyAl,FAUNli VITALITY riliLS. Special poff»r:ulvCOiirso, 43a (id; ordinary couroo, 2()3 Ctl; orunll bqxots, Co nud (i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

§'THE ARROW' IMSUBAMCE' COUPOwT] SPECIALLY OOAEAHTEED BY ,THE NEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT INSURANCE €0.3 N.S.W; IiKAHCn—31 PlTT-BTBEET, SYDNEY, To whom TUMce or Claim, under tlio followliiir ooiutlUona iiuinfc Uo eont to Ilia ubovo Artdronn, within bovcu cliiyn ntter Iho Accident, £100. £100. £100. £100. INSURANCE for READERS of 'THE ARROW,' ONE HOTBBEB POUNDS WILL BH PAID BY THE ABOVE COMPANY TO 'HIE LEGAL BEPRESBNTATItE OP ANYONE WHO IS KILLED BY AH ACC{,PKNT TO A TRAIN, STEAMBOAT, OMNIBUS, TItAMCAE, Licensed COACH, or Licensed CAB wltliln tho Colouy of Ncvr South 'WalfB, In which tlio flcctniMMl w«n on onlimiry paoijftnf;«r and not a rnilwny or othrr norvnnt on dnfry; or nliothnll liavo Veen fatally injured' thcroby (should death rcoult -S7lt liin ninety dnyn of imoli accident). INSURANCE FOR CYCLISTS. Tlio nbovo amount of OHE IIUNB11E1) POUNDS will lio paid should death occur from accident irhilut riding n cyclo (excluding rncinfr), subject to tho oonuitlona liorclu boforo tot forth. P...

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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 1 May 1897

[?] No horse-raoing to-day, But ploufcy o£ diversion iu tho pony and galloway lino to fill in with. Tho A.J.O. loft a vacant Saturday to givo racing nion n.woll-oarnod rosb afUir tlio big mooting. Tho clubs havo deci'eod other wise. Kensington and Canterbury both tako *tho flokl, and will oaoh command as much patronago as may bo. Punters will bo in a dilemma to pick tho right spot, and may possibly wish ono of tho mootinga was ou Sunday. To-day tho S.A.J.O. meeting begins afc Adelaide, and will bo continuod on Weduos (lay and Saturday next. A baokor of Eolipso for tho Onkapnringa Stoopleolmso got .£800 from tho Totalisator at 30 to 1. Rand wick Billy Millor has got a start on Fndlndeen aftor hia temporary abaenco in Wostoru Australia. 'William will pro bably got a small string tognthor again directly. Tho Referee acorod a bi-| hit with ill special boxing aupplomont, giving a Bpiritod account of tho FitzsimmonaCor bett fight. An extra edition had to bo prin tod to moot tho demand of ...

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