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A DEATH SENTENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

A DKA.TII SION'IKNCK upon Uio londintj mombers of tho Roform Committoout Johunnoabvirff wuudoubtloss ft moro uoi'ions rnsult thnn thoao who took parb in tho ubortivu nt tempt at involution ovor contompJiitod, and wixa cortainly not likoly to bo purmittod to bo carriod out with impunity by tho IJritinh ov tho Ainoricau Govurnmontu upon tlioif aub joutu for wlmt wiin nftor nil a political ol'fonco. 'To oxocuto moil in cold blood for hucU a cauuo would bo nn aot of bnrburouu nnd vindictivo navn«ory which io quito out of kooping with niouorn idoas, and which could only bo posniblo in ' n Homi-civilinod community. Of coumo tho ' Koformora' bunjjlod, and thoy linvo con noquontly to suffor in soino shupo tho con soquoncuu of unsuccessful rebellion, for no linn boon justly imid, tho difforonco botwoon juatiiiablonud unjtiutiflublc revolt is simply ii question of huccodb. Tho lendoro of tho Uifclandora iniiat thoroforo pay tho ponnlfcy of failure, bub not with thoir liven. That would havo bo...

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A RAILWAY TO BROKEN HILL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

A KAH.WA1' TO HHOICKN HILL in uo doubt a magniflcunt conception, nnd r» consuiumiition moat devoutly to bo wished if it could only bo nccouipliBhod without middling tha taxpayera of tlio country with mi incubus for nn indotinito period, but whon ifc comas to making its conotruc tion part of fcho prieo of kooping tho Koid Oovornmont in oillco, tho quuotion arisos whother it is not nUhor an oxpunsiivo luxury for tho country. In view of tho roaulb of previous investinratioun by tho Public Works Cominitteo ro (jurdiijf; tho proposal to tako tho lino from Cobiir, thoro is not much prospuct of ft direct lino becoming romunonifcivo for a ijynonition to conio j nnd tlio iiltoriition of tho litarfcinjj point from Cobiir to Con doboliu dooii not nffocfc tho qunstion, oxcopb that it involves a still groutor longth of timo to construct. Ifc would, of courdo, bo a ^ood thing if Sydhoy nnd Broken Hill could bo directly connected by mil with any reasou ablo chaiico of paying, bub no ono him yot Ki...

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

EOWING. Tho Intercolonial Univeniitiea' Repatta takeB placo thin afternoon ou tho Sal.twntor Bivor. Molbourno, South Australia, Victoria, nnd Now South Wales boing roproRontod. Xitiat ovont whb rowod at Adelaide and won by our boya, who havo four viotorieii to thoir crodit. Melbouruo ban three, and .Adolaido oiio. Tho Now South Waloa orow in a Btrong ono thia year, and baa created a good imprcn aion on tho river. With luok Mr. Ruaaoll, tho coach, ought to congratulate liimnolf on a win tn-night. Tbo orow from Sydnoy aro : — A. G. Purvea atroko, II. W. Kendall 7, J. B. Jonea 0. G. A. Moro 5, 11. J. Dean 4, H. Twynam 3, N. W. Kntor 2, B. 0. Millard bow, II. W. Weigall cox. Tho Intercolonial oight aro working as woll an oau bo expected without thoir painstaking coach, Mr. B. V. M'Dermott, who baa boon laid up with liilluonza. Lunt Saturday thoy tried tho now boat, the Yaralla, for tho firnt timo, and ulio nnnwarod well audor tho ciroum ntunaoa. Tho oi«ht in regarded an an oxogn tionall...

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

Oont be afraid, they won't hue *

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TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY" PILOT.") WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY, MAY 2, FLYING HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

TO-DAYJ9 TIPS. (Br ' PILOT.') WARWICK FARM RACES. Satorday, Mat 2, --i, ' PLYING HANDICAP «V MARIE MAY or ROBIN ? 1 Doiu ? ??? 2 Akakini ? ??? 3 NURSERY HANDICAP: ROY ? .„??-. ... 1 KWELANOA. ? ... ... 2 Her HiaiiNKSs ...... ?.. . 3 AUCTION STAKES: THE FAITHFUL ... ... ... I Beadsman ? ... ... 2 The Roe ? ... 3 WARWICK FARM HANDICAP: CLIVB or DALMENY ? 1 LiUllA ? & The Enchanter ? ,. 3 PACE WELTER: -?? ', STILETTO or SCHOOLBOY .„ 1 Path, PnY ? , 2 Maiui: May ? 3

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

THE AUKOW. 'PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 109 YOBK-STIUSET, SYDNEY. SO SUIlSOIUBHIlSi N.3.W. Is per quarter, 2s por lialf year, or 4a pti annum. Otueii Colonies. la Cd por quarter, 3s por half yoar, Cs por aunutn. I'ootlrco. Terms i CuoU ia ttdvouoo. ADVERTISING SCAMS « So por iucli per iiiucrlion. Special quotations! for luUcrtlafiuiouts insortod for ri tonii. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1S3S.

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

, Noto tho apocial auuounoomcnt in to niorrow'n Sunday Timkb. Tho latent about tho coal iiLrilto, togothor with all Saturduy'a nowa and varioun apocial featuroa, in to-morrow'a Sunday Timeb. 'DOSEHILL RACING CLUfiT Ja- — SATURDAY, MAY 10, IBM. ENTRIES CLOSirnTs p.m. MONDAY NEXT, MAY 4. Programme and full partlculard on application to P. O'MAKA, Soerotary, 20 Itarraolf-alroot, Sydney. _ 'i'olephono No. 774. ?|£ENSINGTON RACING CLUIi. TUUBSDAyTbIAY 7, 1800. ? «- ENTRIKS CM)S fat's p.m. MONDAY NEXT, MAY 4. Programme*! aad full partlouhtru on nppllcstlon to P. O'MAKA, Secretary. 20 Barraok-otroot, Sydnoy. JAiES BBENNAN, TATTERSALL'S CLUB, WARWICK ?^ ir^iaM ' : TO-DAY. JOE BAEBHSrGTON, Turf Commission Agent, MEMBER OP VICTORIAN CLUB, Taken this opportunity of informing hia numoroun Cllouta that ho hi\u taken tliono oontrnlly-sltuntod prontlaoD, 21(4 FITT-STBBET (Opponlto TATTBBSAIiTj'B CLUB), and hopes for a oontluuanoo of tholr patronagot J.B. will bo proparod to oxoanto SXRAIOHT OUT CO...

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

A DVICI3 AND MRDIGINE, 2s On. ])I1. AI.VHICIli A(!AHSIZ, A lcsnlly iiualtllnd Modlcnl Praclitioiior Mid Sitr auan, rcitiiitornd in tlroat llritain, nml by tlio iteiliciil Hoard of H.8. Wnlon, lato of tlio Ito^al Iiidrmnry, Kiliiilinrt;h, and Univm-nltr C!olln{o HonpilciJ, I,(iikJ-iii, noun I'iUiontn Dull/ at tlio City i'rotiilunt DiHiimiHary, C0:i GKOItUK-STUKKT, llIUCICFIEI.n HIIjT, (Siuno sirfuan Totru Hull. iicarUaiilliurn-iitruot.l unf 1 1 1 ?« HulllLUll a a B PrivatOi chronic or Skin DlaoacoD, Boxual Woaknoua, Losdob and Debility Cured (Guaranteed). 29 YORK. STREET [Hi [H) O O ?' 8' O Sydnoy. ' lU u Uu sj Ii lLlL.ll 11 Vlcor Plllu for Boxual Woaknena and Doblllty, 0/- or 5 boxoa 21/-. Guarantood O.K. H«irHBny U IUU a a a Slinuld commit tho Eminent Spcciallit In tltcir particular allmcnta, S£- York Btroot, 00 O O l°* I' SU Wynyard Square, [ K \ }?»' I' f* |'fi Sydnoy. OIUo yB ILL US Pcmolc Pills for Irrrf;ularltic3. 10a. and £(U. per box, guaranteed O.K. ' /-I KHTH.' Buporior Kl...

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

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

Ono of tlio last of the nmny [rood jumpora «irod by King Alfred ondod liis days limfc Snturdiiy, when Mrs. A. E. Ffronoh's old favorito Nunkaboo waa sliofc (writes 'Torlinga.') Nanlcnboo ran in tho early Bovonties. find was afterwards hunted for some timo, but for nomo yoara Mrs. Ffrench hail tisod him aa a hack. Ho was a neat, blood-like littlo horso, nnd vory pleasant to rido. In 1873 ho won tho Wautfo. Stoojilochnao, bub wun disqualified for beiupf aliorfc woijjht. Tho lust timo ho ran was iu 1870, when Mr. Arthur Wilson rodohim in tho V.A.'l'.C. Gold Cup, which Mr. Ir.jjliti won on Ninibok. Nanlcaboo was 31 yoara old, and as tho old follow did iiofc look lileo gutting through another AVintor Mrs. Ffronch thought it bost to lmvo him shot before alio loft tho station. Arraneo with your noaroat nowaagont to loavo tho Sundat Tjmkh nt your ronidonoo regularly on morning of iaauo, ao that you lmvo it with your broakfuat.

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

Muled nuil PuWliW l-y 11 »nu* HYahruau Ey*Ho liimpi AStiiiow Kvamh, will Dansin ^jtaifiidpif PjK^n, ^sgoufdg^ oE Vtob WiU ot tewkUam Bio'Atad MvaUB, Aeoovjoa, at 109 Yoslffitrdot, Byauoy, M,S,W-r

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TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY, MAY 9. HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

TO-DAY'8 TIPS. (Br ' PILOT.') HOOREFIELD KACES. SATDnPAT, Mat 9. HURDLE RAOE: MABEL ? ... I Att Jlianr ? ... ^ Sackcloth ? ... 8 TRAMWAY HANDICAP 1 SAN MARCO ? I Rook Rose ? 2 Deposed ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP 1 MARIfi MAY or MARLO ... 1 ' Stiletto ? ... ... 2 TnEBriAN ? 3 KOGARAH STAKES : GLARE ? 1 Cr,AnioE ? ... 2 7Ji:moir ? „ 3 MOOBEPIELD HANDICAP: WYALONG or ALBECORE ... 1 Laura ? , ... 2 OllADLE ? 3 STEWARDS' MILE: MONARCH or TERALBA ... 1 MnniuoAr, ? 2 Maiilo ? 8

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BOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

BOWING. Chaa. Noilnon (051b) and II. J. Bourno (151b) and W. J. Tiornoy (tOlb) lant Siturdny ro rowod tho All-oomorn Rnoo of tho Braonoy Rogatta for oooond and third mousy, nil but ono bavins uwampod'in tho (falo. Noiloon led to tbo wlnnlnc-pont, whon Bourno oatno and niado a demd-hout of it and dividod tho prisoD. Tlio annual rogatta undor tho auopic.cn of tho Athlotia Afloooiation of tho Groat Pnbliu Bohoolo of tho oolony takoa plaoooii tho Parra matta Rivor tliio afternoon, and Mr. Goo. Doronshiro, tho hon. aco., lmviujt not ovary thiujr in propor trim, tho outinn- ia Jikoly to bo ono of tho moat popular yot hold. Tho funotion in alwayn a fanbiopablo ono, and thioyoaru in addition to tho .SohoolaOliam* plonnliip, Maldon Fonrti and junior fllfflitn, tho8onlor Soullallaoo willattradtallf,olloworB of rowing, for upon tho form displayed onr roprosontcstivo to mootthoao from-Quoouoland, . Vidtorla and Now Zealand! will bo oboaon, Tlioro aro only throo oompotltors : J. J. Duty (ltf.R.a...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

QU THE TRAGIC. RANDWICK. TlIUItBDAY. Tho Caplniu boat Waibino ovor a railo and a quarter on tho oonrao propor, whlob oo cuplod 2miu iSuoo. Tho former \iao in a littlo bettor humor tlmn ho unually la, and boot bio companion by about four lonijtlio, Oduibrta^o boat Coombwood nnd TaiTtiro. ovor ols tat loogs, but tho tlmo wao olow. Albccoro was a long way Bhoiid of Oxlcto at tho fluinh o£ onoo round tho ton in Kinln 25boo ; a fair gallop. S&brotaoho boat Oouraiio ovor nix fnrloni'o on tho oamo traok. NoT/man end Juvoullo pafc in louj atoady work on tho }nuido traot. Haylon wan a goocl way abcad of Toralba whou talciuK lmin 25aoo to aoooniplioh tho dlntnuoo. Glondounon ran a mtlo niooly, and Laura beat O)lvo oror a olrolo on tho tan dono at tlioir bout paoo. Tho Trior t/iui not oitondod. but movod woli over a Bimllar jounioy. Auarinl boat Qutwlrant ovor olx furfonn;n, ,ao nho nhould do to bo any jjood. Boyal Itooo oaally boat jpopoaod ovor a mllo nud n quartor run in 2mln 2i)aoo...

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MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

KI00REF1ELD RACES. Satuiidat, Mat 0. 2P\ BRUSH HUBDLE HANDICAP, of 50 both. ?V Tlie winner of any Handicap Hurdle Bnoo nftor Vho doolnratlou of tho wolfflita to carry 101b extra. About 11 inllou. at 1b Mr. P. 0'I.ouglilIn'H blk a Cumboroonn, ngod 11 11 Sir. B. Koyu' br u Enoort, arrcd ? 10 0 Mr. B. U. dklpworth's br e Otliollo, wjod ... 10 1 Mr. B. II. Hurrlson'u br or blk m llobol, Oyrn 9 19 Wr. J. PnrBOMii1 b (r UolirBrno, anod ? 0 13 Mr. *'. M'Orath'ii b tr OJJ., used ? 0 12 Mr. T. Cook'n oh g All Bl»nt. ngod ? 0 D Mr.T. .Pnvton'n b K SnoKoloth, iyra ? 0 0 Mr. B. Kluott'o b in Oniudnltoli, Oyro ... 0 0 2AK TBAMVVAY HANDICAP, of 6J soto. . Jcif Tbo winnor of any handioa)) flat raoo, after tho doolnraMon of wolghta.to carry 71b oxtra; ol two or inora uuoh lmndlonpo, 10lb extra. 0 furlongu. Mr.W. Kolno'abrh Attnohmont, 4yrB ... 9 3 Mr. T. M'Oarthy'fl b 1- Glooiloimou, 4ym ... 0 3 Mr. D. WlllinniBou'H b pi Book Kouo, fiyru ... 8 0 Mr. W. P. Crlok'a b (r Sudur, ijrro ? 7 JU Mr. W. F. ...

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

TO-DAY. RACING. HoorofloM Iiftoos. — First raco, 2 p.m. Special trains loavo Kodforn uu foUoivu : — Uonjft-koxcm, II .80 u.m.j pnfinsonguro, 1-.33, 12.63, 1.8, anil I.1B p.m. Mllo Bridge Pony and Podeotrinu Haudlcnps, 8.15 p.m. CKIOKET. LOCAL PBBMIEHSillP MATCHES; HortU StcIiict v W.iTorloy, Wnvorloy Olobo v rV«r»ily. ' Varuit; O»al First Jumonn. FerBloipb r Corclll j&rthurlolffli v Glammia inhflolil A r Horderp'a Annandalo T Rojral Ouk Sboohd Jnnionfl. Elclnoro v SInndard Btanmoro Clifton v Aunandalo B Dnphno t Uronvonor Essiutfton T MarrlckvHlc 11 E-OOTUAIX. UnWoroity v Plratoa, Afftloultuml Ground Itundwlok t Cnrlton (1/1, Keuomstou 'Wallaroo T Nowoantlo Qturltou, ut Novroaatlo PtddluKton t WoUoroo n., at tho Coutonulnl Part Itookdiilo t Fad-lluf;ton Iiorou(j!i, at KoctJalo Balinain r Summer Hill Oaltlandn, at Summer Hill 'Woolliilira t Adolplil, at Contonnlnl Park Wontworth r 1'otornt.min, at'Nornooa Pnrk Wttvorlojr v Nowcnotlo II., nt Nowonotlo MOWING. Public Solioolo' ...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

Hni^e/\il Wand still retain? hia Holt of Sydnoy audiences. Tho Boyal each ovoning ia hia living testimonial. Tho placo on Satur day ovoning was ono largo apludgo of humanity, which olbowod itself down bi-- low and trod on its collective foot up nbovo. Tlio cnuso of this rush of proa pority towards tho lloyal was a chango of bill. Bland in bin blandest manner had announcod that ho was goinij to act tho nigger in a now piece ontitlod ' Savod from tho Sna.' The public just saved ita monoj' and caino along to boo. It saw ! Thoro really inn't much in tho now play oxcopt 13 1 and Holt'n amile, and be can givo Governor Hampdou points on tho groat Rinilo question. Whon liland Holt spreads that umilo around ovor tho stngo oconory ovorything olso in only socondary. It just Bim))ly absorbs tho whole show in it.i i/ir-ronching offoot. Tliio nmilo ia froquont and free in tlio recont lloyal chango, ' Savod from tho Sea ' boing BtrongoBt in tho comedy parts. Tho plot is impossible, ovon for melodr...

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Tur[?] TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

[?] Kogarnhwards thin afternoon Will bo tho ordor of procession for followurs of tho Turf — in search of sport and boodlo— tho lattor for choice. Brockloigh in in work again, and will bo shortly transformed to Raudwick to bo trained. RocklosB is doing no good in Adolaido. Re ran Bocond in tho Selling Stooplcohaso on Cup day. Though Trontham didn't win tlio Ado laido Cup ho will not want supporters whon , tho Spring conies round. Archio Loo, a two-year-old which showed pace, but did not win anything about Sydnoy, hna boon winning at Narrandora. Tho Adolaido Cup io a milo and 5 fur longfl, adiutnnco not outoido of Warpaint's tothor. Toddy Power has niado thin Chi»stor descendant pay his way alright. Morrigal uood to bo protty good under woltor woighta, and as ho is working well it is probable that ho will hold o. forward position at tho finish of tho Stewards' Milo to-day. Tho Morry Boy ran a bottor horso in tho Adolaido Cup than Iiib nioro fanciod Btablo companion Tho Harvester, fini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

' IMITATION ia tho SINCEREST FLATTERY.' Tho article)) inont imitated aro CLEMENTS TONIC nnd FLETCHER'S PILLS. WHYP BECAUSE thoy havo tho host reputation, nnd nro most iu doiuatul by tho public, con noquontly, ovory dlahonoat trauor trlea to trade on thuir famo nnd renown. It in really wondorfully that tho Ann- ? tralian jiooplo nro ro nlow to boo tho truth no rof-ardu the uuacrupulouo quaoku and charlatans who proy on tho credulity of tho Australian public. Scarcely a wuolc ovor iiubkoh but what tho Trout, oxpouoo tho barofaood nnd nhamoful prncticon of iioino of thono harpioii, yet in faco of all they iiouin to thrive, and tho ])apnr who houudu them down moat thrivoa fatteub on their ndvortiaoinoutfl, and craokn chainpngiu) ovor each balnnco-uheeb. Clemoutn 1'onio nnd Flotchor'u Pilla havo novor yet utoopiul to doooptiou and niiureproiiontation. They aro Dcioutlflo thornpoutioal agontn, and ovidunco nu to thoir vivluo can bo found in every district, and nuoh being tho caao it in lt...

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THE LATE PROFESSOR PEART, The World's Champion High Diver. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 9 May 1896

THE LATE PKOFKSSOK PEART, Tlio WorlU's Cliainploii HIk'i I-ivcr. Itogrot waa oxprosaod on all aidon yostorday whon itbooaino known that 1'rofoBHor Clnirlun Peart, world'H champion biirb diver, hud uivon bia laot exhibition. Ho puiformod an uaual on tho ro-oponiiig of Moearn. ITiU-Geruld'n son«on on Tbnruday night, but, instoad of nialtinR bin divo from the roof of llio Exhibition Uuild iiiK, it waa dono from llio lop of a Iiuijo tent mndo for tho purpoao. I'unrfc iicomod to ncoompliah bin tank an usual, but waa nnnintod from tho tanlc ; and, tliouuu lin imulo vory light of it tbon, wall miffuriinr from inturnal injnrioii, to wliiob bo imcoumbod shortly after wiirda in St. Vineunt'ii HoHpilnl. On thinoooa iiion llio tank wan mink into Iho ground, but nn uimal the wlmlo arrangemonta wore ahuo luloly under tho ProfcBsor'n own Ruporviiiiou. Sido by Bido with tho rogrot for tho loan ot n obampion and nuob au undauntod young porformor, much Bympathy in alao felt for McnarH. Pih-.-Gornld t...

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