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HOW WOULD VENUS LOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
JIOW WOULD VENDB LOOK. Men will ravo about tho Vonuo liior of Milo'n), though hor waist Would drivo any woman oraxy If oho oouldn't bo otrait-luood. Olio looka go noli iu mnrblo, But my ncml it roally (rrlovot) For ono momont junt to funoy JIow iilio'd look, iu thona big alaovos. ' Whon I wno in India,' said tho man vrho had trnvollod, ' tho imtivo thiovos Btolo tho nliootu from undor tno wliilo I nlopt nnd I novor know it.' ' You, nud whon I wno in Coolp;ardiu nt tho bofjinnin|[ of tho boom,' onid tho man who will novor ndiuifc thnt Austrftlia cun bo outdono, ' I hnd to tiloop in n room whoro thoro woro four niining ngentu, nnd ono of thorn utolo a porua plaster from my back without uvrakeninj; -ne.'
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
A woll-known Scottish lawyer, named M'Grogor Saundoraon, who had boon n croat ruaufor ' tho lading ' in his yonuRor dnya, was (jolfltiK1 one day on n (froon on vrhich ho was a otmrigor. Entorinfj into convorantion with hio caddio, hu ro tnarkou: 'You Bhoula (jo into uomo busi no80, nnd thon you would thoroughly enjoy n day'n Rolfinfj no I do on rv holiday.' ' AVhnt buninosR aro you in P' nnkod tho youth. ' I am a lawyer in ? ,' wns tho nnowor. ' Mobbo (tnnybo) yo'U kou BI'GroRorSiiundorBon.thofamoua lawyer P' quoriod tho caddio. ' Oh, yon,' ropllod tho owner of Hint namo ; ' I know him vory woll.' ' Wool, ho'o ma, fnithur.' History dooB not state whothor tho round wno com plotod or not. ' Aro you tho man what Rrnuto divorcoo?' ' I'm n Juatico of fcho Ponce.' ' 'Woll, I wnnto a divorco, nnd I wanto it quick 1' ' Wiill, what do I (jot if you obtain n divorco ?' ' You'll got ft marriage) fooj tho brido'a nwnitin' out hero in the hall 1 Last woelc tlioKiiimn bravon blow tho top mi unfor...
TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") A.J.C RACES. SATURDAY, APRIL 18. HURDLE RACE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
TO-DAYSS TIPS. ! :'.'J'(Bs ' PIfpT.') ;;: avj.c. imces. rSATURDAY, APBIL 18. HUEDLB KACE i PALMETTO ? ... .- 1 Thob ? m. 2 EXPRESS PLATE: ASTRONOMER „. „. w 1 Akaiuni ? ... 2 Cabtmdqe or Robin ? S MAIDEN TWO-YEAK-OLD HANDICAP: JEAN ... ... -. « .^ 1 Invitation ... ... m ,» 2 Spindrift ? m 3 APRIL STAKES 1 LEONI1MS or HINDOO ? 1 Reoponbe ? 1,, 2 The Enchanter ... ... ,„ 3 RACECOURSE PLATE 1 ALL THERE ... „, ... 1 Elton ? m ^., fc. 2 Laura or Loch Lilian „, ,., 3
QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
QUESTION BOX. A.A.B. : Mr. S. Hordorn tfavo JJ1653 15b for Antronomor. Ho was brad by Mr. Thomnu Morriu, nt WoUington Park, N.Z. ? Sho stood Cffc 2in in hor bath, but oho vras aa plucky i\b tboy limbo oin, Liko all othor VTpnion thathnvo over livod, and liko nil women who will livo until ton gonoru tionn of woariii)' trouooru Imvo nltorod thoir coimtitutiono, oho nlwnyn lookod undor tho bod for n burglar. Thottnnnda of womon -lo thin ovory night without uuc ccos, but ono Siimmor ovo this particular woman found tho man oho vtna nftor. 'Wlmt did nho do P Did oho noroam or jjo (?o into hystorica, or throw herself on tho intriulpr'afionuroaity ? Not hor. Shojush simply yankod tho duunny out by its navr dust lo|;, kicked it into tho cornor of luir bedroom, and thon wont upRtairs to hor young brothcr'o bodrooin and wollopod blue 8I100I out of him for (seriously putting up n- pnictical joko on hor.
ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
ON THE TRAGIC. EANDWICIC. TlIHIlBDAT. Akcrini boat Attaobmont ovor ca Jurlonfja in very fact time, but tbo truck wna in txoelloDtoonrlitloo, nnd vory taat, Aotronoiaor boat La Norvt in n flro farlonna opin ia fair ttmo, ConddaDoo and Waihiun both boat Tbo Enobantor oror a oirolo on tbo tun, dono in good ntylo and time. Hurot run flvo f urlonga alono, [tome noil, nnd Dr.lmony boat Clivo oror oix furlonira. Initpiration put In a vory [toad mSlo, Tvliilot Laouldftti nml Port wont two far JonRH furtlior in good timo, Qniabiug toijifitlior. Tbo Meddler boat Alboooro orcr a railo, dono in fniL- tlmo, and Va^nbond ran ooven furloufta by himoolt' nicoly. EonpouBO bi\d to bo hold baolc to Oartrid((o ovor b\x farlonrca, dono in good timo. Hindoo nnd Cravat vronC iroll ovor a milo, tho former aifain blandlnrf from tho 110D0. Bilvortononnd Bound Dnnoo boat Firat Shot over bix furlon[j», dono iu modorato timo. 1'baramond and Dononod ran round tbo ttvn in fair timo. Tlio Cnptniu, Quadrant, and Go...
A.J.C. APRIL MEETING. SATURDAY, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
AJ.C. APRIL MEETING. SATUItDAY, APHII, 18. n n HUHDLE KACE, u lmndlcnn nwoopntakca of w»V llsorn each for ntiurtora, wltli 100 both added j acoorid lioreo L'O both from tho iirito. About t inUas. IJr. W. Koloo'n b a Thor, need ? 10 10 Mr. E: Koys' br K Escort, oirad ? 10 1! IJr. 8. It. KoduoJi'o blk (,- 1'nlmotto, aged ... 0 12 Br. II. U. UlflpwHU'ii b or ru m Ladybird, Cyru ? 9 7 Mr. T. Cook'D oh s All KlffJit, Djjod ? H 7 THE EXI'ltESS rLATK, A handicap of IOOhovb; second iiorso 10 oota from tbn prlxo. 0 furlongs, Mr. T. H'Carthy'doh ttCllvo, 8yra ..., ... 0 0 Mr. B. i'loldor'a b a VanlUii, ?dyru , ? 9 0 Jilr. ti. Iloynold'n blk hlnnpirutlon, 4yra ... 8 10 Mr. ST. Kolno'obrhAtttiolimont, ijrn ... 8 7 Mr. B. llordorn'o b 0 OrRTiit, 3jrn ... ... 8 0 Mr. H. C. Whlto'ti oil c Hurot, *rr» ? 8 5 lion. W. A. Lonif'n oh f Piitronn, 3yra ... H 4 Mr. If. C. Whito'o ch « Form, Jlyrn, 8ot 41b ... 8 4 Mr. H, Ii. Mackollar^ blk h JJjIinoiiy (imp.), Aorfiyrn ? v ? 8 1 Alr.J. liurtou'a olih Viwti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
JA1ES BRENNAN, TATTERSALL'S CLVB, raistdwiok: TO-DATV BOB DISOK r- ? ' SAME OLD SPOT, ' TO-DAY. ; um :opbs,' prompt pavieot. HE E MAJESTY' S. Sole LeccecfJ.., Uttinsro. AVoodn nudMnralmll. Mannicor ? Mr. Alfrort Wooda. THI8 AND EVERY KVENINU nt B O'CLOCK. Tho Moat iSucconudil Drninu of Modem Timcn, otitltlod THR DnOAD AKItOW. Great Cnut of Chnrnntera by tbo full ntrcnRtli of Her llntouty'ii I'oirorful Drnmatio OrRiinicmtloi). I'opuldr 1'riccu of Adinliifilon. llox Finn nt Nlobol Fion'n. I)oorn7.l5, Kiirly Doom (Gdoxtrn) 0.B5. Com JQoncoBp.m, J. L. Lid JIUBTON, Aotliiff JIaunsor. rj\ H E ~A T It B BOIAL BMLIjIANTI PICTUKEKOUEI KLAUOIUTELY 8TA0EI* I HUrEltl, ATI VE I Como of tho Adjoollvcn lined by tbo I'rogo over iidani) iior/ra OTARKLINQ MILITAllY I'HODUOTION, ONE OF THK IJE3T. Including All That io Bent of LI To, Itrl(fMnco», nnd Clunuly Bontimont. Prices ! Dronn Clrolo mid Front Btalln, 3d j BtMIo, Bj and Unllory.Ono Hhlllli)|r. C BITE B ION THHA T B E. Solo liOojoon nnd llminirer...
TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
TO-BAf. . ? ^ ? BAOIWG. ? ' A.J.0. HaooB.— rirat raoo, 2 p.ra. GponlcJ trains to tho coturco, jotnrn fnro Oa. Xiillio Bridga Pony Ertoca, O.IG p.ts, CRICKET ENGAGEMENTS. Fia»r Giudb. PafldlDBtpn v Enot Sydney, Sydney Criokot Ground 'Vnnilty/ t Biirr?oo4, Biirwood. Jlortb fiydnoy v Globe, North Sydney. Wororloy t Control Cumberland, Wnveriey South Sydnoy, u bro. ' ? ymsr Jbuiokb. Boyal Onto v Marrlckrillo Nmrtowii Corolli v ArthurlolEU OUtnmlB i Fcrulcl|[li InvlnclOlo v Capulot Oar Boyn v AnUUold A ' Qucohd JoniOtttt) AtibOold' 11 v Our Darn B Marrlckvlllo 111 v Bl.endfirJ Btnnmoro Cllf ton t Eoolinftoa Ivnuhoo v Elolnoro Deaf Mutes v Uaphno Groarenor v Qlcn footdah; t., Plrato v WlllouKhbr, North Sydney ' ' ' ' Woiilworth T Piuldintfton Iloroogb, Agricultural Orouud ABaoCIATION BULE8. Blnifcirooma t Fy lodes, at WrohsroYO Ecoorro, ROWING. Knot Bvilncy B.C. Annual Bejjiitta, off tho nhod, near Woolloomooloo Bay. MATINEES. Tivoli ... ... ... Harry Blckardn Co., nt 2.30 D.m. Xnrciiim ?...
SPORT BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
[?] BOWLS. Our friendn from over tho border havo boen getting a lively time of it during: thoir present visit to this colony. Dofont lifts' been tboir lot all along tlm lino. Not only wiis tlio 'gruel' ladled out by fho 'flower' of Now South Wnles bowlimr, but 'finch individual club, as if to rub it. in. \ ? followed suit, and en mo out with flying colors. 'Hold hard till wo pet you on our own ureoiia,' fluid Mr. Vici--preaid«iifc Aitlcou— words prognaiit with meaning if ft man's feelings can bo gaugod by his tono und expression. Tins 'undor tho rose,' roadorfl. Two rinks of tho Victorian team had promised ? to visit a certain suburban green last Sun dny afternoon, but through somo miscon ception of tho locality wont a few miles 1 punt their intended destination. Tho anxious IiosIb waited find waited in goodly iiuinbora, but nary a sign of tho guests wau fcocn. Tho opportunity thus afforded wan availed of by tho ' unco guid,' who aakod what bettor luck could be expected when people ...
Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
[?] ft'lusliod with tho spoils of victory 'Bnckers will turn towards tho classic heath ngni ti to-dny, Confident of again benbing the book rankers nnd tho handienpper, which tliey may, or may not, succeed in doins. When tliinjjn look to bo running1 moat proBporouHly thoy Bomotimcs take n turn Tho tido of buccobb with backers may roll out to-duy, for tlioro nro no apparent cor taiutios — on paper, at niiy rato. Astronomor haa not won a raco up to : dnto, but ho haa a fair ohunco of doing bo this afturnoon. Tho V.R.C. has a Saturday oxtra moot ing at Flomington to-day. Tlioro IB a five ovont programme much after that of tho A.J.C. for Run d wick. Tho harrior c1u1-h and tho footballers aro boginning to think about gotting into going order for tho Win tor. Uoth prom is o to be on tho boom directly. Dnnntless, who won the Chnllongo Stakos nh tho Clirietclmrcli A utuin a Mooting, is said to bo tho beat of Dreadnought's progeny thn.t lias yet appeared. Acinonn was interfered with by Tho En...
BOATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
BOATING. Tho good old aport of Bailing is now fast on the WH.no, another week or bo and Bails will be filially furled and Wintor cloaks donned. To-day tho Sydnoy Flying Squadron bring thoir sailing programme to a close with a Gen oral Handicap, and for which, notwithstanding the fust declining season, a fine ontry is recorded, viz. : — FirBtHont: Ida oorntoh, Flyinjr Fish linin, Irox 2min, Qlndyo 2)inin, ICIlio 3Jmin, GygiKit ?liiiuii, Cliim Siniit. 'Second llnnt: Eamornldn. IJinin, Snurot 2imin, Willin. 22min, Lntonn 2jinin, Victor yjmin, Yvonuo -lmin, Ktliol 5Jnun. Given n fairly good breozo, I liko Ida'a chance best, although if Colina'u lnot por formanco was any criterion of her capabili ties sho should bo woll in it with 5min start. I fancy tho following ordor for plaeoc: Ida, (Jolina and Irox. Tho club intend commemorating tho cloBinjj of its Beasoii oarly noxfc month by giving a complimentary picnic to Commo dore Foy. The outcome of tho protoBt lodgod as?ainst Aurttralia'B sk...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
DISEASE DEFIED I HEALTH INSURED! CLEMENTS TONIC HOLDS 'L'lllt! RECORD. Moro lives navod by Chmtonts Tonic than by all other medicines combined, A GENUINE ARTICLE COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONM 18 GENUINE. CLEMENTS TONIC IS SUCCESSFUL. READ THE EVIDENCE. Mrs. M. Bickordiko, Borry, N.S.W., who writoa on April 10, 18M ; — About twolvo months ago I suffered sovorely from neu ralgia; I nuffored continually for about four months, especially at meal timon ; I had no aooner aat down at tho tiiblo than I would havo to gob up and leavo it. Owing to being unable to tako my food, I boc/itni) bo weak that I waa ucnrcoly ablo to gob nbout. I triod sevoral othor romedieo without boing ralioved. Hearing so much of Clomonta Tonio I ronolvod to give it n trial; boforo I finiahod tho ilrnb bottlu I folfc myiiolf rohovod; I wan oo gratified ?with tho offocfc it hud on mo that I resolved, to givo it a fair trial ; tho second bottto thoroughly cured me ; I havo nuvor DUfferod trom nouraigia aiuoo. 1 am ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
j MOTHERS ^ 'I' '1 OUGHT ^'li&^^^V. of 1'Q tho ttico niul I-lpn, Lmisnor. I'M tiilatiou, ko,, thoy nro fliilYciin^ KNOW «rora Aiiuoum, onuaoil liy MBlniitrl ; irmo tion, I,nmi of lllnoil. ,te. llnieo's i THlOa DUCIIKBS PUA.B qiiloUly uhnu^a tlio jmlo dioUly color of tho f.icn into tho ruddy bloom of Jionltli, nml tli« ilolioato (firl into tlio noil dovoloprd woman. Tlioy nro tnutolos.'j, ni;iL-« puro rich blood ; invaluiblo to ? liiidic.i nn a Htroiigthonimt lloguliitur. VI nil Chomiatn, or tcoa por post from tho Ajjont, W. Q. CAINS, Chominfc, 110HDI JUNCTION, WAVKULRV. Price 7s Gil, or throo Union for 'JOa. N.B.— Por .« r.roh only. TIioho who Bond thin coupon with fm will rocoivo ono box, or ' , Mireo for 1-JnPd. ThotiBiuidu of Tcntimouialn. BWHtUad a B B Private, Chronic or Skin Dlncaaos, Boxual WcaluioEfj, Losaca and ?,,? Doblllty Cured (Guaranteed). 39 YOKE STREET fT% |Tft O Ifil i' f™ O Wynyard Squarp UK \PfchR Sydnoy. ' liJ I H n UP ILiLOIl Vigor Pllln for Sexual Wealm...
OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. WALLACE MEETS A DEFEAT. THE HARVESTER ASSERTS HIMSELF. Hindoo Wins—Leonidas [?]eats Cravat. Mikado's Steeplechase—Resolute Lands the Short Odds. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
[?] TURF TALK AND TIPS. WALLACE MKETS A DEFEAT. THE HAKVESTEU- ASSERTS HIM SELF. Hindoo AVins— l.eonidns Hcnts Crnrnt. .. Mikailo's Stcoplcohaso— ltosoluto J.nnds tlie Short Odds. (By 'THE CAPTAIN.') A good mooting for backoi'B, ospooially thoso who pinned thoir faith to till St. Albuna' colora, and iv bad meeting for bookmakers finished up nt hcadquavtevH laot Saturday. It was tho ond of a inosi. auccesHful carnival, upon which the pre mier club and it.i ofiicorn aro to bo con gratulatod. Tho public havo had boiiio bittor pills to swallow over Kandwick nieotings on many occasions, but have recently boon getting even with tho enemy, though'not to the oxtont some of the apokeamon for tho defeatod ringmou would have tta bcliovo. A few of the layers who launch out at a big mooting and give their capital a chance Buffered pretty severely, hut tho proclamation iasuod by Mr. Alf. Josephs as (o tho Ios6O3 of ', the books ' was rather far fetched, and dooun't exactly go down. Tho botting wa...
Quiver Quips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
[?] [?] — ^ urn, ii ' - — ' ? If thia should moot tho oyo of Premier Eoid — tho ftlivoa oyu will do— I would ro opoctfully request hiiti in tho langungn of Government House Bocioty to explain w bat'n ho giving us? Also, wli.it in tho brand of that ]i»sciou3 nmrmjilndo ho Jms been ladliiu; out of lato t6'tlio Northoru siTgar rniaora, wlio wont out 'to boo a rood ishakon by tho wind' — mid ii remarkably ntilf galo of wind it was, judging by tho awful wob- ' bling of tlio rood roferrod to. ? ? ? Just boforo tho jjonial Goorgo started off to tho Northern- piuuic ho boldly do clnrod that ho would Btund or fall by his policy of Freotrado. Now ho asks for a fair trial for his fiscal policy, and promises that if tho pooplo don't liko it then ho will bo tho flrat to acknowledge hia uiistsiko and repair it. This ploaao-ovorybody policy will ploaso no ono, of course, and it reminds uio for cibly of tho utory of an old farmer named Silas Skinnor, who onco ntartorl to build an ovon in hia back y...
CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
V ^te#, fe»s*g#M a mm. [?] HPHE Globo cannot now vory woll losofcho Premiership. No team better do sorvoa tho Shield than they. .Their per formances aro vory lino all round. o * * : Tho Shoromon ruado a gallant ilgh.1;, and did vory woll to got niao of fcho Globo out for 190 odd runa. Wavorloy bcoui to havo Cumberland tiod in a knot. Counting this inntch on a win, tho seasidoro havo boon successful- in ovory match pluyodat.homo. Will thoy coutinuo this good record unto tho end? North Sydnoy they noxt moot at Wavorloy. Burwood for ovor ! Thoy'vo won — sit least they ought to win — a matoh at last. But ib waa a narrow shavo with eight wickotn down for 89, and 100 to roach. Bravo ! Burwood will como along all right in tiuio. Loichhardfc, much to tho diRappointmonfc of tho Socond North Sydnoy touui, lmvo boon awarded tho 'Varsity XI. match, owinjj to tho lattor noglocting to too tho niarlc witii tlio ground foou. If thia match had boon playod, and Loiohhardt beaten, tho Shoromen would h...
Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
f xp^Jt &y\ \&Jr M^Kjfi' G.H.E.— Got Honry Routed. Whero was Josoph whon tho censor ex tinguished his light? ? * * ? Lota of mon know they nro married, but ' cannot toll tho reason why. ? ? ? John Want is wonderfully restored in health. IIo says Japan is ft remarkably lino country for invalids. ? ? » It is confidently oxpectod that tho Mor cadool land canes will bo finished oarly in the morning of Judgmont Day. Thoro nro broakors ahoad for tho noxfc conBus-takorn. IIow in the world aro they goin to classify tho Now Woman P ? * . ? A genoral lowering of wngos in all - bronchos of labor lirtu tnkon placo in Now South Walos. Presumably anothor of tho blessings of a liboral Frcotrado policy. Volnntoors for tho Iriuh Itifles aro boing enrolled. It has not yob bocn decided whether tho now corpB will bo armed with Leo-Motford riflon or twigs of blackthorn. 'Iun't this rather too generous?' said tiro clorgyman, looking at tho £10 noto in his hand. 'It's what I always pay,' l...
THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 18 April 1896
v\ t^i ct\ ii Whilk tho recent cold westerly blow lasted wo novor slept comfortably in bud until aftor 11 p.m. Wo woro all tho timo worried and unoasy about tho way tho wind must bn whistling through Blnnd Holt'a ki'lta. Every timo wo turnnd in early to woo swoot Rleop, or Boulful slumbor, or tho nightmiiro, wo wcro kept awako by tho thought of (Iiobo iihiu hi^h in ino itoyai. jjuu cnon tlioro floatod across our dozy reatlesHiinsa tho clioory echo of a smile that in peculiar to Bland Holt; a smile which is a nolid guaranloo of full hbuBea and utanding-room only; and wo slept. Wo slept as peacefully as a babe. Wo would bo real sorry if Bland Holt caught cold through abbreviating his hrccchos. Ho is one of tho boat catorors for public amusement in tliOBO colo nies. Whon ho doon a tiling ho goes aud dona it reganllesB of ox punso. Ilia recent production, ' Ono of tho Bosr,' is a solid examplo of tho fact. No ordinary man or manager c;vn afford to koep two or throe regiments of painted ...