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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

TO-DAT. E ItAOSMG. | Warwick Farm Knees.— I'irafc Haoo, 2.30 p.m. I Spuoltil tralno leave Itodforn fu- follows :— Horse- boxoi), H a.m.; paiBonfcra, 13.25, 12.50, and 1.18 p.m. ZilUlo BridgoPony andTodcstriun Handicaps, 8.15 p.m. CKICIUET. LOCAL PJIKMII3BBHII' MATCHES. Worth Srdnoy v AVuvorloy, Wuvorloy Glebo v 'Van'ltr, 'Vaniity Oval Paddliigtbo v Central Ouuiborland, rarraintitta Enat Hydnoy, a byo. Second Giude, ''^?i;.ti, Xelotiliurdt v Univnruitj, at Leiolihardfc, ' '' FinsT JuMiona, IfernloMi v Cnrolli ?ArthurlelRh v Qliuninio ?AshlloM A v Ilordoru'u Annandulo v Bojal Onk ' Bj:co»d . Jumorts, Elclnoro v-Standnrd Btunmoro CUftou v Annandalo B Daplino v Qroaveuor Eoslngton v Mftrrloktillo B ? Tho mntohoa aro to bo plnyod on tbo niekots of tJio olubn llrsb montionod. .. CYCLING. Iicsguo run to I\mri tli and Windsor. Startlugr from roonsnat £p.tii. Kodforn'« 10 miles road rnco. Botanj-Bunnerong oounie. Start nt 8.30. MATINEK3. Titoli .„ „, ... llarry Bloknrd.8 Co., at 2.30 X.T0KUH...

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Tur[?] TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

[?] To-day Warwick Farm, Where, if backers happen to fail to boat 'the books,' thoy will gob fresh air and a chaugo of scone. Music wont to Queensland lnst wenk, but lio still belongs to Mr. Baxter. It was ro ported that lio hud boon sold. Tho Swiss Govornmont has decided to discard t.lio English thoroughbred in their . Rtock-hreoding dopartiuonts, and will try American trottora . Christmas Boll got a vory bad run in tlio Woltor Jiiindicap nt Mooroflold on Wednesday, but bIio could not have won ovon with a fair donl. Lox lias puce enough to win a galloway hurdle race, but lio is anything but a olean jumper, lio should bo all right with a little moro schooling. Tho two-year-old Torpedo, who started iu tho Carlton Handicap at Moorefiold, is a Bpocdy youngfitor, and ono that is nearly sure to score a winning bracket or two later on. Tho 1-1.1 pony Constance ia worth watch ing. If hor ridnr had mado an earlier effort in tho ltockdalo Handicap sho would havo won oasily, us sho was fairly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

WILL YOU BE WISE? OR FOOLHARDY P SUCH SYMPTOMS AS HEADACUE, BACKACHE, , SLEEPINESS, IN DIGESTION,' &c, INDIOA'I'E A DISORDERED LIVJ3R. CLEMENTS TONIC IS A PROMPT AND POSITIVE CURE. CLEMENTS TONIC DOES NOT TREAT SYMPTOMS, IT ? REMOVES Tilt] OAUSK. FOR Pli.OOl'1 It !?] AD THIS :— Mr. W. R. Wolah, Pino Valley Hotol, Cooma, N.S.W., who writou on May 18, 1803 : — I havo suffered sovoroly for tho last throo yearo with aovoro biliotio attacks, headache, nnuaca, pains iu tho stomach, nlooplosHiioBii, losu of fippotito mid onorgy, ito. Roading and honriug so inuuh about tho ouren porformed by Clemontu Tonic aftor other romodioi* failing, I roaolvod to try a botdo or two. Finding relief from tho very ilrnt, I resolved to givo it a fair tost, and continuod taking it until I had . \inod tievou or eight bottles, and I am happy to cay it entirely cured mo ot tho above coniphiintn. I ntn an well now an ovor I havo boon in my lifo. If this lottor in of any bonoflb to you you aro at liberty ...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

^ \ ?'111 fl u \ H Ji w Vk B ^la& ft waiwase' Bland Holt whoop3 ifc up onco moro afc tho Royal thia ovoning with a change of programme ' Ono of fcho Bt-st ' givoa placo to a high-claEa melodrama, ' Savod from tho Sen.' Tho pluy is now to Sydney people, and will bo nfcagod with' nil tho off«'ct of which Bliind Holt iB capable. Thoso who know that genial gont's Ronoroun Kfcylo of doing things will understand what that moans. ' Sitvod from fcho Sea ' is sot out aa 'ft melodrama embodying a story, and con taining incidents of thu utmost intonsity, and proaontiug phnsoa of human naturo and pictures from tho great; Book of Lifo of tho doopobfc and most thrilling interest.' Tho play waa produced iu Molbourno by tho Bland Holt Co., and fcho Press critics in tho Siuollful City of tho South woro loud in its praiaos. An oxplo aion aboard ship, followod by n sensational divo, na depicted on our front page in tho presont issuo, ia ono of tho features. Thoro ia also an execution, iu which...

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QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

QUESTION BOX. PATKICK FtrNN (Dodalln) : 1. Goor({o Uiffon him boon to I'Jiigluiid live Minus (inoluding tlio proHont trip), 2. Lyonti' hoijjhl ia .iLunib fifl lliii or Gft, and weight (iu oriokot bouiioii) ubout lG.nt.

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SPORT LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

*^^^tt^^s?'^^^ LAWN TENNIS. Tlio Viotorian tonm nrrivod on Thursday; and wcro received on thn station bjr sovoral prominent tonnii) playortf. Tlio majority of tboin aro ntnyinff tit tho Motropolo. They nil put in mi nppenraneo oil tlio courta in tlio nftornoon, and practised doubles. Tlio team ia not aulronjroiio.nnd iB wonkenod mutorially by Irvinp having fallen out, which jioooimitiuoil an alteration of tlio doubles nfc tlio last moment. Diddiim and Dutiloparo iv strong pair, and played together all lunt season, and in tlio Inat tournament in Mol bonrno. Urookn and JQornnrd will bo paired, and Chomloy and FraKor. Tlio lunt two ebould malco a good combination . Tlio arrangement iu dnuhloR of tlio N.S.W. tonm will bo Uioo and U:ulou, Dnwliurut and Kidston, Cronanuin and VYindoyor. Tlmy aro fairly ovun in merit; Hice uud Uadcn bavo tlio advnnlnco of most iMcpork'uoo of onob othor'u styles. Brookn lant yoar playod with tlio M.C.C. Booond pair, Ilornard in llioouly ono absolutely now t...

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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. CANTERBURY PARK ITEMS. Selections for Warwick Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

A ^ -& TURF TALK AND TIPS. . CANTERBURY 1»AUK ITEMS. Selections for Warwick Enrm. (Bt ' THE CAPTAIN.' ) * Perhai'S tho success which attoudod tho efforts of backors at Rand wick had sorao thing to do with tho way in whiuli tho public rolled up at Canterbury Park last week. The club had bucIi a rattling good day that all doubta about the popularity of suburban racing woro scattered for tho timo being. It was n lucky hit whon 'Tattorsall' decided to promote ono of his popular consultation sweeps on tho Canterbury Handican. nnd thoro was ample evidence of the way such an event effects any race. To begin with, thoro was a bumper entry, and no fewer than thirty eoven horsea were loft in on the morning of the raco. Nearly half of them wont out, ? hut it witB safe to nosuuio that mveup money was liberally npplied to assist tho move ments of nearly, if not all tho runnora. Though a small sweep, half tho prize money was cheerfully given up by drawers of horses iu odd instances. In ot...

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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

ON THE WIIEEL. Following aro tlio handiminii for Rodfoni'n Road Raoo to-day, in which puooinaliing ia nllowod : — J. 0. Cameron, noiatoh ; J. Ifayuii, 2rnin 40joo ; W.. J. Hobiunon, ilmin ; 11. Sar goant, i'linin 30nco ; J. I'. Ilayon, V, Jl. Shoii Btono. dinin; R. Quodling, O. W. Pulford, ?Imln CO.iuo j J. A. Duloy, Siniii ; 0. Now, W. J. Bright, finiin 15uoa; J. 1). Starlcoy, J. IlnstiiiRS, Ciniii 45noa ; O. 11. Boll, I). Hnrri bod, Omin i A. Httiiriin, Cinin lfnoo j T. Smith, A. Volbrcclifc, 11. Clark, Gmiu !10neo ; A. Norrii), J. .II. JDiiros, T. II. Orillii, Umiu 4!jboo ; II. Q. L. Harrinon, 7min ; J. F. Jlabiliunlti, 7min JiOacio ; J. Tj. Shino, Binin ; J. L. I'raaor, Omin i I1. C. Riloy 12min. Tbo Viotorian Loattuo in ovidontly waiting up to itn ronpomiibilitioa, uiul in rofiifittifc to OQiintonanoo tho matoh biitweon Martin and Ofltorloy, tbo trottor, havo takou a atop in tho right diroolion. Matohon of tho kind ubould uovor bavo boon allowed at all. Thoy can do no pood for ...

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Quiver Quips Sagittarius [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

[?] (^&£c£=S=r^ Promior Reid lms plodgod hiumdt to bring in next session an ofluutivo measure to prevent adulteration of food or drinks. This will bo a stop in thn right direction — if it ovor cornea off. Adulterating grog is bud otiough, but adulterating Llio i'ooil of tlio people io ii million timos worao. Un luckily, however, it in ono thing to talk about preventing adulteration of food and quite a difforont matter altogether to put that tulle into practice. Wo havo had laws in foreo for yeiirs to prevent tlio adul teration of drink, and yet Analyst Hamlet, tulla us ho recently sampled koiiio a.1 tbt^ad threo.fitar brniidy ' which mis simply white spirit and water, colored with (take a Ion;; breath lioro) diuiethylaniidonzahonzo Bulphonic acid, which is ono of the anilyrio dyos and injurious to health.' Fancy a email man lil;o tho Promiur, or myself, walking about with a shilling')! worth of nn alphabetical acid lileo that standing .on ita head in his provision dupflt! I ...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

BOWLS. A promiuont Balmnin botvlor gnvo out Jnsfc . woolc that fiftenu of bin fellow memborn woro roady and willing to play any uixlooii othorn who might bo picked from tho wholo of Now South VValoa. A tall bnaiittbin, and ono which would oont tho miirino nuburb'n trundloru a lot of troublo to Biihutantiato. Wo havo our doubtii an to whothor tho dofl. emanatud from tho nlub or in only braggadocio on tho part of him who voiced it. A few of our bowling friondn urn quilo on thuniaatio ovor tbo unerring aucuraoy of Air. Dalrymplo'' 'drivon.' Ho ia iu iiuoh lino form 'iiow that a 'mina' ia quito out of tbo quoation. Laot woolc Nowtown'ii nnorgetlo uoorotary negotiated a 'drive,' about tbo nnortng of which 5 to 1 ngainob vrns frooly offered, and 10 to 1 oould havo boon got for tho asking. Wo boar on good authority that Annandalo will nhortly bnvo a ulub. That good, oterllng, and conaintont nupportof of tbo gatno, Mr. John Young, ban jjcnerounlv ofl'orod tho promotorn tho froo uiio of I^on...

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ON The STUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

13PMJ Fodoration Barton. B.H.P. — Roquioacat Honry Parkos. Mr. Koid probably thinkn that ' a livo nsB io bettor than u dead lion.' Parkoii wan u great party politician. Uo just miaaod boing a ({rout logiulator. Instead of proving a diplomatiat Joo Chamborlaiu him turned out a daumfool. Tho cnroor of tlio Into Sir Honry Parkos wan a forcoful example of what an intolli pfont; working man may attain to in demo cratic Australia. Joo Coolc, or Jacob, will introduco a full Locat Option ]iil), without compensation, earlv noxt uunoion, Tho ninuor and tho publican aro making roaily to l'ond it. ' Sir Honry Parkon possessed what wnn lamontably lacking at tho pronont time— moral courage.'— M'Milliin'a nusfcy dig nfc Koid. Tho God-fearing Ministry doclinod to ntlond tlio Licoimod Victuallers' picnic. Undo Uruultoi' ia naid to havo spout tho day with .Tn.uk Want at his onlce,' spiritually vrrostling with tho dovil, whilo O'Sullivan, Copoland, and tho othors woro dealing ?with tho iipiritB atGoog...

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BOATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

BOATING. The Sydney Flying Squadron oloaon ita soauim to-day — tho ovont taking tbo form of a picnic to Mr. Mark For, tho olub'saomuiodoro. To Mr. Foy in duo tbo aucconaof tbia Sailing AHfiooiation, which, if not tho lending nquatia club of Port Jiiaknon, in certainly moat ouorgetio and outortainmeut uupplyiug. Tbo olub champions for the sonsou aro: — 21ft, Ida; 21-ft, Kxinaralda; 20ft, Qraoo Bur liuif j and 18ft, Ariel. Tho pmeinonoy, £200, for tho season baa boon dividod an follown :— 18 footorfl,37 ontrion, 7 winii, 1 bokoikI, 1 third (9 phioeBj, .CC3 : '-1U- footorn, 37 entries, 3 wins, 0 iiocondu, S thiriln (14 iiljicuii), X'.\0 ; 22-fuotorn, 59 outricn, 4 wiiiii, G iteoonda, 3 thirdri (13 placon), -t!52; 2ifdotorn, O.'J ontrieB, 4 winn, 5 «ooomin, 4 tbirda (13 placeii), -£W. Tho principal prizo winiiorn woro: — lOnmorulda, 22ft, JC3!- ; Yvonuo, 18ft, JJ29; Vi«tor, 20ft, JJ23; Graeo Barling, 20ft, iil5 ; Flying Fish, 24ft, -W; Ariel, 18ft, J£U ; Ida, 24ft, Xll; and Irox, 22ft, ...

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CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

[?] /2J.LEBE avo fcho proraiora. They've *'* settled the mattor ia most tlooioivo stylo at the oxponso of tho 'Varsity fellows. Now, who tiro to bo tho runnors up. Wavorloy, most probably, w bother thoy win or lose tho North Sydhoy match. Thoro will bo rejoicings ovor in tho Globo whon thoy moot to eolobrato tho ovonfc. Littlo Loo Abrams will bo on tho stump, tolling how nobly fcho men fought in fcho bravo davo of old to introduco local fif i, crickofc; Iiov7 tho Globo had boon ono ',f i | J'\ of tho firafc teams iu tho field ; and !'$$!,?? how afc laafc affcor ft atoady earoor kf 4?V of progroai) tlioy havo livod to stand out aa fls?, ^y' fcho conquorora of tho noaaon, and fcho ml, m proud wrostoru of tho Hordoru Shiold from fjliif,.' tho busted Paddinjjtoniana. Loo_ will pi ki have attainod ono of tho many summits to M ;', his nmbitions ou that groat ovoning. M £ Wlioro.do laat year'a promiora como in? WtS y- ' Echo replies, nomowhoro down noar fcho if V ' bottom. Thoy'vo pullod t...

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Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

? Ws'&jh®*/^ Something to whoop for— tlio North Shore Bridge. 1200 lady collectors aro going out on tho warpath to-day. Bumorod that Jack Want has got tho Chinoso chrysanthemum crazo. ' Tho picnic took placo yoatorday,' says a daily papor, -'and bouio hundreds of boxcb wore prooont.' Political Varioty-nrtisfc Reid'a attitudo towtirda tlio Labor Party, 'llo's Blowod If 'o Can Call 'Iseolf la Own.' 'Thank God!' cried tho grateful citizen, 'thnt I was not born with Sappho Smith's liver or Cnrdiual Moran'u foot 1' Six mouibcrs of tho Cabinet nro in favor of tempernneo. Thio ia tho flrat T.T. Ministry in N.S.W. Aftor thio tlio dolugo. Tho bootmakers on atriko announco that thoy ?will remain true to tho last. ThiB eIiowu how men of leathor can bo full of solo. ? ♦ * Sir Thomas Elder, of tho colobratod Sonth AiiBtraliau firm of A. L. Eldor nnd Co., in rcaponsiblo for tho camol in Aus trnliu. ' Piocuo of puro motnl no largo na oggB' aro showing in tho baro face of a Westralian mine ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

T/^ENSINaTON RECREATION J\. 0K0UNB3 (Adjolnluiv Kniidwiok Ilucooounjo). Vvfiaa£b ) rntldington Borou'erh (t8) THIB C V. ? day C Hnndwtola (OATUUDAY).^ HUGHJX UNION ItrjJCBS, Ltmvo 'X'rntnn at ICsnniuglou I'latform or Ilnndtvlok . . 'i'onnhiun, ATiUWSlOtl (on {lila oocwilon) WtHB.. BOltnvraok-otroot, r.O'WAIU, ? e^dB^r. ? ? ? Huo. Ir.6.at

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

FOOTBALL PLASHES. (I)Y 'QUIXiP.') T. Ellison; who captained laafc Now Zealand toum, ia in thoso parts, looking tho boau ideal of a healthy athloto. Ho ia sponding uouio woeks in Sydnoy, and is on joying hiaiiiolf highly. Ifc is a wonder tho Wallaroo or Kaudwiuk ne(,-inou havon'fc hauled him in. I am told that Paddington Son iora havo socuiod Hood, who played contro throo quartor for tho Western Branch laat year wlion Uorfc liuad wont back. Ho playod iivo-eighth in tho firafc match, and iB a protfcy good man. Thoy say that Taff Parish is going to play with Puddington as soon as ho rocoivoo permission from Dr. Leo O'Noill to don tho kniekors. Just imagino Taff playing against Bandivick ! Billy Baud waa married on Tuesday. Good luck to him ! Any Syduoy Junior toam looking for a match on Quoon's Birthday can bo flxod up for Borry and Novrni by Mr. Charlio Knynor, caro Briscoo, Drysdalo and Co. Charlio, by fcho way, haa rosignod liis lluudirick vice-prosidonuy through a dif foronco of op...

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HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

[?] A It turns out now that Dr. Jim merely wantod'toniftkoademonntratioii.' Horodo out into tlio Bunnet'a heart wifch poacoablo and honornblo intontionp, and novor moiinfc fight nt nil. ThodojfRorol Auatin-tation of tho poto Lariab ia thoroforo loss excusable Minn the sorrowful Bcrocchea of J. Bono Noild. Tho bustle in coming, bo tho fashion papora infoitu us, but tlio woman do not iiooni to bo making muoh fuss about ifc. Ia ifc poisfsiblo fchafc thoy aro (jrowin^ iudiffo ront na to what goes on behind thoir backs p Tlio ninmbor for North Sydnoy is going: to barrack for tho construction of tho North Shorn Bridge. It is to bo ft Bridgo of Siao, in viow of our advancing nation hood. By a peculiar coincidunco tho preBonfc pioinber for St. Leonards boldly announced tlio BchuuiA nnd hia proiiiisod nijitntion thorofor ou tho voiy dny poor old Pnrkes Was buriud. Tho N'ith Shore Brid^'o wno ouo of tin' : ?? 1. 1! ' ti if J.'iirkoBinn jokoa. Mr. Kuid has nn odd method of ronaon injr. Ho told...

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HOSPITAL SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

HOSl'ITAI, SAXUHDAY will doubtlosu bo a trinl by both tho uonoroaity and tho nftiliby of fclio nvorago city man, who will bo bailod up to-day at ft hundred difforonb points with donumda for his monoy or — hio oxouson, Not that bho latter aro wanted, but thoy will doubtluaa bo forthcoiniiifj protty frooly affcor nil indi vidual luiB boon Btuck up u acoro or so o£ t.iinos. Still it will roquiro ft deal of Hrmuosa or absoluto doutifcution to dally with fcho foo without daiitfoi' to tho pockofc. In thin connoctiou it may bo truly nnid thnfc tho man who hositatos in loab, nnd tho boot ndvico to thoso who fool iuclinod to profc vnluo for thoir nionoy by btroofc coruor flirtation with fair collectors in — Don't. BosidoB, ili would bo woll to rocol locfc thnfc biiflinosa in tho Orut con sideration to-day, and that no cou Hoiontioua oollootor can afford to dispoimo ovon a oweot Biullo wifchoufc a auilloionti quid pro quo. For fchin occasion only thoit.' blandishmonts musfc bo rogardod as str...

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CROSS-BOLTS. PROTECTION TO ANIMALS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

.. CROSS-BOLTS. PROTECTION TO ANIMAUS in doubtless n most corxiuioudable nonti monfc, but, liko other Rood thingo, ifc io in danger of abuse, and novornl casou whioh havo boon boforo tho city police courts latterly must havo occasioned n, considor ablo amount of disquietude to tho isup poitora of at least ono of tho nooiotiou . which undertaken to onforco tho duty of mercy to tho dumb oroafcion. Ib would of counso bo unfair to projudgo in tho alightoat dogroo any cano which ia ritill sub judicc, but auffioionfc hail trnuspirod to provo tho nocoBaity of tho utmost caution on tho part of public organisations in th'oir methods of procoduro, . and tho.in ndvisability of making tlio remuneration of thoir officials in any way dupoiiduut upon tha result of prosecutions. It would novor do ! if ono result of looking after tho rrolfnro of horaua wus to opproan thoir huiimn drivora, or to oncourajjo thn idea that cruolfcy io only ft luiittor of privilogo to bo purchasod by bribes. Ib ia nob al...

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FEDERATION AND THE MONROE DOCTRINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

. FEDERATION AND THE &10NR0E DOCTRINE. TnE inanimate corpao of Federation, into which certain Australian politicians aro apain endeavoring, to ini'uso (lie brerathof life, htsu now been connected with tho gubernatorial galvanic battery. His .Excellency Lord Hamvbkn, in a caro fully-writton speech, threw tho Federal sentiment off bis chost at Grciftoa last Wednesday evening. On tho whole, Titm! Hami-dkn*8 oration was an excel lent one. Tho Govornor put tho easo from the Imperial point of view. That is bin businoos.' Ho is selected by tho Imperial Government, approved of by tho Quehn, and sent hero to forward British interests by every means in his powor. If ho did not do this ho would bo disloyal to his trust, and would in a very short time Jinyo to give way to another Imperial oflieial, who could bang the big loyal drum to moro effect. It is generally recognised now by Imperial JL'oderationiats and the Downing-strcot authorities that Interoolouiul Federation, on the lines la...

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