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ONE VERSED IN LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

O^E VHDSED IN'Tnia I.AW.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

[?] JonoumptWoo. Movoiacmt for tho Ifomo otnrtad With vory natinfactory rooultn indood. ♦ ? V No bottor way could bo doviood for colebrnting tho Rocord Koign, And it iu to bo hopod that tho cffnrta of the comrnittoa will continuo to mcot with overy BUut'ons. . A opntumpornr-y hnnda- n,n article ' A. Lunatic Abcond.' It dooa nob ndvertiao' for npplicationB for n viicntit billot on its '? Btnff; though; , . n m ' In an Auatrnlian Polico Court a. woman . ohnrgod with bigainy stated that ' oho hud only marrind threo othor nion.' The woman with four huabando ia not bo much to bo pltiod no tho mun who bus four wivOa. A grout programtuo of footivitioa hna boon arranged for tbo Coloniul Preimora ' visiting London. Woro Toby Burton to bo the repreaontalivoof Now South Wnlos this «olouy (should como out lin cany firnt. It ia hopad that tho Auntniliun Proiuioro whon in England, and uhowu national rolica, will bo u littlu nioro ruroront than Dmnu-Cliicngo Dibbii \n\ts., Dibbu wnn nhowu tho bod ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

SYDNEY CRICKET GEOUIO). QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. Champion Footiial! E^iatchea RANDW1CK v. GARLTON. t'liiiMplonii --f Ofinntpfottn of Hrduoy. Noirenstlo. AMI) NEWTOWN V. CARLTON IS. : JUNIOBPKI3M1UB8 .1UNI0W PBKMIHBa OIi1 flVUNDV. W NK\YOABTI«M, .ADMISSION: SIXPENCE. VimiT IT/lTClt AT 2 O'OI.OOK. ?

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOT BALL TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

[?] TO-DAY'S MATCHES. llnndwklc t Plrntca, Sidney Cricket Ground. Wnllnroo v Orange, lit Onu-go. IMPORTANT FIXTURES. COUNTBY WEEK IN SYDNEY. Saturday, Juno 13.— Northern v WcsjUrnj Now Kiutlnmlv ContralWcntorn, Uondny, Juuo 14.— Noctlicxu r Control Westornj New England v Woatora. ? Weduoadiiy, Juno 1(5.— Northern v Hot7 Ecjflsndi Wostorn t Central Wostorn. Tuesday, Juno ';!.— Couibiuod Country v Cocsllnca Snlnriiny, Jimo 20,— Picked Team v Koproaontutivo Touni. NEW ZEALAND TEAM'. July 3.— Now Boutb. Walca. July 7.~Motroiiolttiin lh-atich. July 1U.— Now South Wulca, July ai.— Mow fckiatli YTttlai. MOW SOUTH WAIJS3 v QUEENSLAND. August 14 uud 21, at Brisbane. rpiIK old, old talo lino to bo told ot how -*- ituiidwLck dofofttod Wallaroo. Ao usual it wna a oloao, rueltf ul, tackling gnmo. It was a triflo rou[;h afc times; a triflo exciting at othora; a moro triflo brilliant ut otliorai but ftenurnlly of a eharnotor to imvlio ono wonder what tho dnnco thoro fo in football for oithor tho p...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTER-VARSITY RACE. TO-DAY'S CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

INTER-'VABSITY RAGE. TO-DAT3 CONTEST. Tlio Ei(jht-oar Kaoo botwoon Adolnido, Molbourno, nnd Sydney UnivorDttioa tnkoa plaoo on tlio Pamuuut.ln. Itivor thin at tor noon from Ulir*u Point to tho Soarlo Monu inout. Tho homo oron in a (rood ono, and ought to win, though thuir bout in nn old ono, lionts. Adolaido ban a now Olanpor, and Mol bourno a boat whioh wan too umall for a prorious orevp, but suitfl thiu light ono woll. HydDO.y'a oolora nro lilno find (tnld, Adoluido'n wtiito and blnnk, nnd Molbouriio'n roynl bluo and blaok. Tho raoon alruiuly rowucl havo rcsultoil i — Year. Won by Kowod »t' Otbcro. 1888 ... Vio. ... Melbourne .^ITundW.aW. 1830 ... d.A. ... Ailolulilo ... Viotorlii JBOO ... N.S.W. ... Ilolbournt) Viotoilci 1891 ... N.8.W. ... Bjrduojr ... Victoria and &A. J8M ... Vio- ... Ailolnfao ... N.8.W. BUd8.A. 1693 ,. Vio. ... Jtolbourno N.S.W. «indH.A. 1«)- ... N.8.W. .. Ixauoy ... Violoiin 1MI5 ... N.8.W. .. /.iloUido ... Vlcloriu ami 8.A. 1RO(3 .. 3.A. ..4%-i-ilbo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIXED THE SPEECHES. A WARNING TO POLITICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

FTIWfi TOP QPP7'ff*WR! itilAL,u Bye. C'S ULllrtiu-3« A WARNING TO POLITICIANS. Q. A. Hkhty, fcho vrell-lmotvn novelist, Iuva had a painful oxporionca of tb.6 untiuat worthiuosa of mobliKnicnl ftida to com^o citiori. For tiro ooneooutivo months ho dictated into n phonograph, and when nfc (the oad of that tiuio ho demanded of tho inatrumout that it ultouid yiold ftho literary troasurca that lio had contldod to itu keop Ing, it refused to paa out. Something bad gono wrong with the mrvohfno'a iuttido, find tho author T?aa loft in Iho usup. Tho cx gorionco wan almotst na painful na that of a cortaiu flowory orator in thio colony, who generally omployod a gifted pan lady to writo hiB epocchos. Ono day tho orator Imd two function!) to poiforni — tho opening of h. now wing to II1U A/ej-U'.IUUUUU VI X UUUU TV iVUUi WVLU.IJ and tho othor tho reception of nomo travelling notablo from 'Omo. Tlio orator wna a staunch ndvoontu of ' Tompornnco,' and roliod largely on tho party voto. By . Eomo moan...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

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Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DARTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

DAETS! A girl novor puto tho propor valuo on hor you-ng man until some other girl trioa to steal him. Goorgo Eeid goon to England. Our 20,000 sboop and COO bullocks follow. This is a caao of graco before meat. Miioriland owns up to thioo women nndortakoro and a full-blown miiiiutor. Peculiar, too, hor name ia Parsons. 'Ciroutnatancoa alter facoB,' said tho bicyclist, nurvoying bin roflootion in tho mirror ivftor.n Bpill on tho hard macadam. Tho only difformico between charity and a. tailor iu that while charity covers a mul titude of siti'j, tho tailor covers ft multitudo of Binnors. A certain Australian metropolitan man of littlo importauco ban K.U.B. aftor his jiamo on hin doorplato. lio is Keopor of tho City Biithfl. A man novor roalinoshow lifctlo ho known until ho attempts to undruita tho baby and put it to bod whilo hia wifo io addressing a woman's convention mooting. Tho most wiBo-loolniiK being on onrth ia the young doctor troating hin first caao. Subsequently ho mpdiliua hi...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LIVING PICTURE SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

A LIVira© PICTURE SCANDAL. Ma, ExTJtv Tubw ohuckltid, not onco, but dovoral times. ' I think it'll do,' ho murmured, puffing his six-inch cigar with intense satisfaction ; 'ififc don't knock tho pablic, dashed if I know what will.' Thoso were not Mr. Ex try Turn's, oxacts v/onbt, but thoy must sufflco. It wjib a now sonnation for his hall which had thrown Mr. Extry Turn into suoh a ploasunt frnmo of mind, a Bonontion which ho hoped and believed would crowd tho hotino for many nights to como, and 1111 hio coffers again and again. Tlio sonnation who nothing moro nor liinn than a vory daring development of tho tahltau vivant crazo. Mr. Bxtry Turn had boun running a eoriau of living pictures for Bomo months, and tho novelty Imd begun to wear off. It was at thiit point that Mr. Turn bocuma inspired. His mighty brain evolved an idou. As usual with Mr. Turn, the idoa ivr.a a blindingly br'Hinnt one. Ho decidod to introduce to tho public a brass stntuo. Tho stutuo w«s to bo pnr Honiflod by ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Quiver quips. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

f w4'/ i\\t r-^ ? ,^'i [?] ?'Cfa»... ? ?'?— ~ 'Samivjh.. bovaro o' viddors I' That wa b tho oldor Mr. Wollor'u sound advice to his aon Sum, and, ganorally speaking, . it is a pretty (straight tip to follow. Widows, tinpooiully good-looking , woalthy widows, coo a doal of the aonmy sido of man's Hvod, nud if thoy are stnart they can onjoy hoaps of fun to which fchoir loss-oxporioucod uistora must nocossarily bo Btriuigora. An Mrs. Micawbor uno'l to Bay, 'ifc'o oacporiontia thiit dooa it,' iind tlio only wny to got at; tho bottom of a iuau or woman's roal nature aeezns to bo by using tho diamond drill o£ marriage. * n 9 A candid young widow who hits just, published part of her matrimonial expo rieuco says sho had ton proposals within ton mouths oftor hor husband had been planted, llor husband's dcaroat frlond wanted to 'jump' hio doaortod claim at once, not for his own bailout— ' poriah tho thought,' ua ho said hiuiaolf — but because ho ' folt for tho help less littlo nngol who ncodod...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

[?] [?] The 'box problem' and tho 'marriage ? question '? havo fallon away In importance lately. Whothor or no thia ia duo to the oxcitomont ovor the Qrtco-Tarkiah war tho moralists don't aayi Tho booltEolInru state, ' however, that 'tho sax book lino fallen off elnoo Mr. Ilardy ro-nmrriod his divorced noro nuu neromo io mil1 unxmui upuusra, nnd caused ono small modern infant of uiz to hang tho buby nnd thon himaolf in ' Judo.' 'Judo' just about put tho apox on tho pinnacle of tlit» monumental problom pyramid in Eiifjliob. literature whiul- mala and fflinivlu writers have boon building for themselves, just tvs tho original Pharoah built liia littlo tombstones on tlio banks of tho Old Nilo. Since 'Judo' tho problem biz has boon on tho docronno, and tho High School girl ia presumably re-taking herself to tho French school. No Englishman can ovor oxpect to bo as naturally and artis tically filthy in print find otherwise ns tho usual Frenchman. With tho deciuloneoof tho problem novol ha...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

BOXINa. Cablofframn woro published in tbo daily paporu laat Tnoaday to tho offoct that Putor Jaalcaon aud Frank Slavin woro matobod to light in Hnu I'ranoieoo ou boius day, duriug July, not named. This information ooiuca nil u \-\r uurpriso, booauoo they lire tho lust two one would oxneot to hour of boinif brought toffolhor. 'Paddy Slavin, n. vorymucb defoutfld mau latoly, and practically on bio boam omla an a fightor, nnd i'otor Jaoknon, out of tbo (tamo for many yearn nnd only junt inutallad in an apparently lucrative position as boiiiif? inntrnutor lo noblo eorlii and dukea and ' aioh-liko' — pnhaw I it'n nonoonse. Wbut xtill booomo of Pntov'u now ' Harmony Club t'' Ho annual afford to (jivo that up «o quickly for tbo purposo of i;oinjr into trainini;, nuroly. Thon again, ot what vtiluo can Slavin bo mi a dravr aurdp KHpeoially when pitted n^nirifit a flcbtor of JnokHon'o oalibro— nhalvod IIioukIi tho blaok baa boon for no many yoarii. Thoro io only ono way of uiiaouiitinff for t...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") SYDNEY TURF CLUB MEETING. FIRST DAY-MAY 22. HURDLE RACE ZEOLUS or PAT. ROYAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

TO-DAY'S TIPS. (By. 'PILOT.') ? SYDNEY TURP' CLOU MEETING. FIRST DAY— May 22. HtfltDLB EAOEt JEOLUH or PAT. HOYAL STAKES. DELAWARE ... ? 1 UOHDIVA ? ,'t ... ... 2 Toxtkth or Devoted ? 8 . AMATEUR WELTEE: BHAUGHBAUN ? «. 1 HuBan ... ..'. ' ? 2 BOVEKWGH or TnlOHOElD... ^... 8 BTEEPLECHA8J3: EEC1CLES3 ? 1 Whitbitoot II ? 3 TURI'' OLUD HANDICAP i BOYAL JIOSB ? 1 MiguNoka ? 2 Wihar.LLo ? 3 SECOND DAY— Mat 24. BIRTHDAY CUP: TARANAKI ? 1 15um:r, QaiiitN ? 2 PbojectiIiE or Washimb ? 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIS OPINION OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

HIS OPINION OF THEWI; . Tun way mm long, tho wind was hot, and Nod, tho bullock puncher, lmd an extra hoavy load of timbur to take uphill, 'Tho coach rnttlod down from Tunuironi;, and loft him with hln ten yoko of tirod, ugly anirnaln and hia a olid loiiirthn of ironbaric iu a mixed ntmouphiiro of duab and ourso. Tho up ooaoli i from Tililtou panned him ab ounsob, still 500ydn from tho top of tho hill, with tho rawhldo thong of bis bullock whip rod and gory, and a wild warllght in his oyo. --. But later, aa tho vi-hito moon unilod up out of tho dssrk Paoiflo, nnd (jlorlflnd tho ficonttid buuli, Nod, tho bullnok ddver, Iu norronr nnd despair, nut; down hoavlly by the roaduldn, with tho bi'okou handle of hia whip betwuon his knooa^ and in a voice of utter dinguut ironically ivpontrophisod tho inotionloiia team i ' ton cwHa ycraolvoa bnllloks 1' said Nod, nnd fiput, ' You oalln yoniolvon bxMiclw I J calls yor blanky oown I' Anyone oxp«ri«nolii|( rlifilonlly in c5-tainhi|jf the ISkncay ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY TURF CLUB MEETING. First Day-Saturday, May 23. HURDLE RACE, To Start at 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

SYDNEY TURF CLUB MEETING. Finei Datt— Satohdat, Matt 23. HURDLE) RACJH, To r.tart tti t p.vn. A bandioop of 100 novn ; cocond horno 10 cova from tha priso. Tlio winner oS any .luaillcnp hurdlo rfioo or utMptocbniso aftor tho 5oo1m«Uoh of tha weisbtu to oirry lulb ponalSy. About SI milts. at lb Mm. A. IrtEttdan'soB a IKISU fiTBNV, u(;oa 11 10 Mr. li. Um.at-uirn'a b k FAVOUR, OKcd ... JO 12 Mr. J. T. LtioUoy'o o?i b-€OKMET, ftjed ... 10 10 Mr. W. Yc«rjauo' b « VA'V, 3 or fljra ? 10 0 Mr. Jno. II(iyo'o br « ZJOtUf). 6 or Cjta ... 10 7 Hr. H. Ojtuuhani'n C h BAIjBY, fijrn or a[jo-l 0 0 Mr. T. Oook'n br U tABEB, Ecod ? 0 0 HOYAL STAKB3. To ntart at U.15 p.m. ' A hnndicap snoopstiiKCa of 3 no vri oxcli .with £00 r.or o , oddodt.lQr.nll horECBi ooconsl l.sor£0.50oovofroni tho jarlxo. Tfio ninjicrof any hnnillcsu nf tor tho i!(!Ol»rntl»u or tlio 110121110 to enrry 71b. of £00 covaoror.erlOlb pcualty. TIjo nominator of any . liorso »ot noratohod boforo 4 i-.tu. on Thursdny, ?Mitj DO.ivlH bo ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANTED-A NAME. A COUNTRY IN TROUBLE. DUNNO WHAT IT ARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

.. WAWTED— A tAME. A COUNTS! IN TR0UBIE. DDKNO WHA.T IT AEE. Moot ovory infant thnt cornea into this world is rogiatorod and roooivoa a iwmo. Tho names which fond piuontu attnoh to thoir children is often tho cauno of making tho after lifo of those children desolate. If the majority of us had boon consulted wo would not have unlpctod tho uamuo with which our parents endowed un. Jacob Garrard mij;htn't hnvo boon culled Jacob, for iniitanco. bocnuso a Jacob had two wives ut ono and tho same timo, and our Jacob io a moral mun, and tho ' chiofoat ornament of ft God - fearing Govornmont. Bruco Smith would doubt losa have liked another ntiine, bcoaueo Bruco in ao readily turned into ' Bruize,' and that Bort of thing intorforon with a follow'H political proapoctn. Many girls in Sydney — particularly thoso who have boon christened Bridget and Mury Ann — would like to have had a Day in the ohrintoning. Somo ({iris get over the trouble by dropping thoir Biblo names for others out of tho Famil...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

OM THE; WHEEL. Tho Punlop, Pnoutnatio Tyro Company, off ?£83 Kontntreot, Sydney, vill bo plonooUto iouvmrd tbeiriutBrCa1,inKbooklot'ThoJjHii|oj} Rcoord'. poet froo oto reuolpt of pbet-oard fTiviiif; namo aud eddrcua, Tho IfnioniBtB will donosnd, or porlntpn nnonnd, on Datlulrnt iu foVoo, wboro i\ nooil prof/riMnnip of sport mid amuitomuut ban baou providuil for thoir bonolit. They will bo eiblo, too, to boo tlio Diiraotsloun npringi wliicli Iuuj pur.ilcd tbo wiBoiiaroa to oxphvin. X'orlmpo ilon. Sydnoy Smith ,lmrj norltod tho oraolo ou tbo inlet. Thoro nill bo oyolo irnoiiiff nt Yurioua plaooti in tho country on Qucou'n IHrthdny. Bob Woyno rodfl up to Parkeo to try and nmlco np for the bike that wiia utolon from him. Eruio OroMland, who in tilooduo fora.Ynii.in ontarod. for Ilia camo mcatin^. Mont of tho metro politan Lonjjuorfl will, ({o to LithROW. Word corneii by onblo that Wnlly Korr in to rldo-a Rover. Ho 'rnbntfdna in a latter thin week to IiJb brotboiy Mr. Will, that h» looke...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 22 May 1897

0U THE TRACK. BAND WICK. Thuubday. Survivor and Crcrotg d'Or -nova oat boforo it tine nafflaiantly linht to boo vrbut ttioy.did, but tbo pair brotco away from tlio milo pout, nml pnllod off up Iba runulug. Tbo Grst-unmcd ncamod to liava tbo boltar of tho gallop. Glon dounon beat Kavon'u Pluiuo ovor nix furlonuo in lmiu 2iioo. Waibino oanily boat Akarini rurnr a .milo nnd a half, run in 2miu h'letsa. Triulio.-d avMad Tito SitiJut-'s proteuoionn ovor a round on tbo tnn in 2uiin 3U«i-a; nud Irluh 8tow boat Tbo Trier by a cotiplo of lonfjtlin over tbo (inuio diotanco in 2miu 9A-too. Eoa and IiVolio ran six fiirlongaiii Jiuin y-l^neo, nu did CorrcKotto and atrutliruy. Glare put iu u ntroti|;; milo, vrliilot bor ntnblo oontpitnioii, DaUiwaro, Iran nix fnrlonga in latin Mson. Qor.oraiiiti toolc 2niin Wnoo to ruu a milo und a qimrtor. Taxtotli ran tlio funtont nix fntionaa tlurint; ilia morning,' beating Pnunoza-Mot oaoily ovor Mint diatnnao in Jmin 22soa. Kolno ran a milo in lrain SS.-sou,...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
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FOOT BALL ENGAGEMENTS. SENIOR BADGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 29 May 1897

[?] ENGAGEMENTS. BKNIOll I1ADGBB. KiMidwlck v Uuirorsiity, Agricultural Qrouad C\ ARLTON tiorsiij Esnclwlok was a pretty, ^ .soul-Bfcirring, livor- shaking gatno. Likowiao it waa oxponsivo — to many of tho lady lovora of football who rovol in ? Bandwiok'n undefeated iswny — in tho fnot fclmb dofent roared its hideous head in tho first half, and smnk by exhilarating fltu find starts to tho nooonjpooiwo/it of a thundor atrumming of tho vocal chorda ot a gingham-tapping of tho flooring' boards in tho second bjjoIJ. Football is not generally thought to htwo nn enlivening offoefcon tnido other thati thnb of tho anwbonos mid of t!-o bonoR-burior, but uny ono of tho gentlemen who carry tho firo-pot and ginghnm ribs about, nnd hollow out Hlontoi-iouuly in ouburban streets : Any old uisibrollas to inond) Any old umbrullnu to inomll Umbrrtlliin nttond t Uinlnollau I inond I and other highly poetical concoctions of tlioir own creation, will loll you a different tale. » p ? Tlio rontch wnn n pu...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
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Straight shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 29 May 1897

-^~- -*-&Jih-®%'&& Tho War * o * Practically ondod, Tho Greeks rocoivod moro than they naked for, And noxt limo thoro io anything in tlio fighting liuo will probably ronmin carefully nt homo inoteud of madly parading tho utreuta shouting for ' goru.' ?* » * Tho Auoombly wn& counted out during tho wuok. Alter tho oaity in it tin or in which nicinboru hnvo oo far thin your anrnud their eorww, it iu ubout timo it uhuuld Bccuro enough inoinbor-i to form a quorum. Thoy nro ooi'oly in need of a HUlu livoning-up phyaio. A ratlior peculiar logal question nrono during the weolc. It wan an to whether ono Judgo could nit an tho Full Court. It Trim doeidod that ho could not, Tho idea of nny doubt oxioting on ouch n point to tho ordinary lay mind would appoar oxtroiubly ridiculous. » ? a Thorc is at present a movement iu London for tho purposo of having provinion tnado iu tho contract of the P. and O. Oo. with tho Imperial Govurmncut for tlio payment of union vr/i...

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