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FITZ-GERALDS' CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

HTZ-GERALDS' CIRCUS. ITitz-Gorald Broo.' [jrwid nnttod obows, ooinpriniutr tho now London oompnny, flirono, nnd monagorio, oontiuuo. to nttract Juii.'O orowdn nt orory perfovmanoo, nnd tliUB ovorytbinfr pooo on oatiofootorilv with tbo pnblio and tbo nopnlar brothorn, nliUo nntioflod nnd plontioa. 'Xlioro will bo n.iif]thni* mntinnn thin nfturnnan. and it in worth bearing in mind tlmt wot or flno tho porformancoa nro nlwnys K'von in tho bi[( tout oppooito tbo Bnilwny Station. Tho ohow is nn oxoolloat 0110 in ovory' do. ptvrtmonh Mdllo. Antonio is too wall-known to rcquiro nny furthor spooinl montlou, but wo must not forgot anotuor and extra Rood word for tho wonderfully olovor work of tho ICoInir Broa. — artiato of tho firnt ifirrlit. Thu '.talking ' horno, Mnhornot, Commodoro, tuo lions, tigoro, Ao., oro nlco bif; nttrnotiono. In looking roiuid fora plnoo to onjoy youraolf nt don't forgot Fitz-Uoraldo' Cirouni

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK, Thumdat. Tlio oouroo propor was oloood tliia morninp owing to tho hosiTy rnins tho day prpviotn, nnd the only,,;*,vnbl£n nvailnblo woro tuo tan nnd Band tfg&'i? 'Tlio forinor xiclb Tory lioavy dnu holding, and no timo could bo made. Nowmn.11 and .iiivoiiifo vroro riddon out ovor n mllo, tho former having tbo oall at tho liuiulj. AVnihino nud Tbo Cnptain wont twico rounu tlio mma traolt nc a Rood aoim jiaoo, (jo itii: \to11. Albcooro rnu nbout a milo nt a nioo paao, nnd lookti wall. Qaadraut, C(unbrld(;o and Tanora run oix furloues, finieliing tojtotlior. Tho Trlor put in otronc vrork, but morod .ratbor abort. Ozido workod on tho tnn, Roiisfr niooly ovor n couplo of oiroloo. Royal Hobo wno doinpf Borvioonblo work on ibo Bund, whilst Dalniony ?wnn ridden nut ovor n milo on tbo tun trnolc. Ho wont protty vroll. Sir Olivor and Wild Olivo onntorod, nnd look vroll nftor thoir journoy -froai 'QacoiiBlnnd. Brioky Colloy rodo both.' Koyo nont Cadot, Knllatinn,...

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ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. SATURDAY. MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. Saturday, May 1C. 2 ft, GRANVILLE STAKES, a linndlcop of GO .v oovu. For nil horuoD that Imro novor won an advertised rnco of the vuliio of 4!- novn at timo of Btartiuff. A nlmicr of n hnndicnp nttor dcclaratiou of noi(;utii to carry 71b oxtrn. U furlongs. ut lb Mr. ~\V. Crnmpton'o b ir Diucord, Syrs .., ... 8 4 Mr. T. Harrjn' ch if TIjo lloudk-,3yro ? 8 0 Mr. W. Slorthyr'o b K Munditn, Syrn ? 7 8 Mr. II. V. *'oyro b if li'nlryliouco, 4yru ? 7 6 Mr. T. Pnjton'iib BPnulI'ry, ayru .... ... 7 6 Mr. C. J. lioberto' b h Coolnardio, Cjru or ORod ...- -... ? , ,., 7 0 Ml'. 8. Horilorn'u blk if -Armenia, -tyrs ? 7 4 Mr. B. Ilordorn'o br in Bound Dnuco, 4rra ,.. 7 4 Mr. T. Lnmoud'ab c ThcSquiro, Uvra.., ,,, 7 '«! Mr. Vf. Forrentcr'u bh Diolconn, 5yrn ? 7 2 Mr. W. Wnnlo'iibB Jobnirdrley. Srru ... 7 0 Mr. \V. P. Crick's ch in My Swcethenrl (Into Dloppu), 4vru ... ? ... ? 7 0 Mr. J. T. Kdvo'ii b or br in Qladvu, 4yrn ,,. C JO Mr. It. U. Hushes)1 ch c Hilvurlouo, Uyio ... C...

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

to-ixAir. KAdlttG. EoKoIiill Bnooo.— FSraftfao^'Zp.m. Special trninn leavo Itcdforn no followiii— Uoroffl, U. 45 a.m.; pnEuiiBsorB, flrst-olana, 1'ZM, 12.63, nud 1.18 p.m.; cooond-clanu, 1 p.m.j mixed, 12.25 nnd 1.10 p.m. All trnlun piolt up at Strtithfiold. Iitlllo Bridgo Pony Knees, 8.15 p,m. KOWXNG. Intercolonial Ei)jht-o.ir Eaoo, Purramntta Bivor. AxifltralioiiD v Bauox, hint day. nuauv FooniAix. - i'i;.')uon IUdukh. Bandwlok v Wontworth, UnlToroltv Ovnl. Puddinifton v Wnlluroo, Gyduoy Crioket Ground, ririitcu v UuiToriSity, Agrioldtural Ground. 1MAT1SKKS. Ciucus ... ... ... Fitr-Ucrnld Broo.' Circus, nt 3 p.m. Tiron ? , „. Harry Eioknrdo Co., at 2.30 D.in. JIbkMjIJEWx'b ... ' Uuelo Tom'u Cabiu,' nt a p.m. AT NIGHT. IitCEirii ? „. 'Trilby,' nt 8 p.m. Ilia MiJKUTT'B „. ' Unelo Tom'a Cnbin,' nt 8 p.m. Tltuu „, ,rt ,„ Harry nioknnta' Minstrol and Spoclnlty Co., nt 8 P.M. TnEAini Boiai. u. 'Saved from tho Sea,' ot 8 p.m. CniTERion ,x ,„ *'Tho New Woman,' at 8 p.m. Otclouaua .., u, '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

' Bondigo,' otraight-out Autumn Handicap, Rasahill. 241 Pitt-fltroot, oppooito Tuttoranll'is Club.' JAiES BRENNAN,.' TATTERSALL'S CLIJB, .ROSEHILL : TODAY, : JOE BARRINGTON, Turf Coinniission A gout, H EMBPJl OF VI0T01U AW CLUE, lino tnkou tliono onntrally-oltnatod nromiooD, 211 PITT-STREET (Opponlto TATTEHBAIiIj'S OI/UB), Ami iu now proparod to oxoouto STRAIGHT ? OUT COIMISSIONS ON ALL FORTHCOMING EVENTS. DOUBLES AND STRAIGHT OUT ALIi EVENTS AT ROSEHILL TO-DAY. THIS USUAL wii(LY DOUBLES. EOSEBEIiY, ASSOCIATED OLUBS, KEN SINGTON find HORSE3. ROYAL AND BIRTHDAY, 230 to 1. Firat-joiann Draniln of OIGARS ruii! TO« BAOCO, Ac, kept iu Btoolc. COUNTRY CLIENTS SHOULD NOTE ? THE MEW APPItESB. ? 1' B Q H-Il P TJN't B 31 B, J L&OK OUT ^011 ^fAOK H/CKBIlSreCXM ?- TUB VMUltBIiIiA. U'lllM.' OABU nnd OlVlM'A'V, FOOTBALL. N.S.W. RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION. HOSPITAL SATURDAY. (to this editok 'juir.ow.') Sir, — I notico that botU tbo Sundat Times nnd tho Kefehbk liavo fallen iuto n Blight orror in...

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SPORT ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

'^^^^^#™»^ ROWING. It. Ei Duwnon, who wnu llio ouuso of all the fuBB ovortlio lust Eij'ht -oar Uao.o, Iiho boon ro-instatcd ao an amutcur in Molbourno. Had it not boon eo ho would not liavo boon nblo to compete iu Saturday's raoo. Tho Now ZoalundorH hardly know wlmt tlioy want; in tho umttor of tho J5'our-our Kuco. At their nponial rerjuoEt tho dintiinoo was rcduoutl (u rciiolution beiiiff rescinded fur tlio purpofto) from throo to two milon, and tho ooucurrouoo of tho olhor ooloniim tlioroiu roooivod. Tlion a onbla oomuu nloui; from lioadqunrtors rcquoHtinir tlmt it bo throo milen URum, which roqucnt wuh, of course, not ontertaiuod. A resolution ivan passed at tho rooont nicotine; of tho N.Z. Kowiii],' AiiBooiution iiiHtruotin« tbairdoloiraloB tondhorc to manual labor con ditions and to tho dmturmo of tho oouruo buiuf; ic. futuro throe milen. Bat it ia a nico point to docidb na to what Bay N./j. delegates nhould huvo in tho pro poaod conforonoo, which moro concerns oitfht our rowin...

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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

XT- -^f Backors will hoad for Roaobill to-day With fcho llnuli of victory upon them, for thoy havo boon severely douling with tho layers of oddu lately. Benidos, Rosaliill is a bnoTtora' courno, ruid they moro often nuccood thore than thoy lose. Occaaionally, howovor, thoy got a facer, rind it; ia tlio tixru of tho enemy to scoro thin trip. Luck, howovor, gonorally runo in. trots, and goeu in nnd out liko tho tidoa. Tho brothora Saylos nnd Loch Loigh may nhow to advuntago at KoBohill to-day. Antic could only got third in tho Ken sington Hurdlo Ituco, but ho will not want for backoro next timo ho compotoa ovor tho juinpa. Randwick fcrainora are booh to havo im proved training fnoilitios. For n longtime tho Baud track lino beon closod, but in shortly to bo uaod again. Honiton ia boing backed for tho Koynl Stakoa and also for to-day'o nix furlong rnce at Kosohill. In tho littlo doubles ho haa beon oxtonnivoly coupled. Itocontly-purchaaod yoarlingB which aro in tho hands of llandwiolc t...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

THE INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR 11A.CK To-dny will witness tho twentieth Intor colonial Ktirht-oar Unco, and tho l'urrutnuttu River will bo. tho noono of tho nontuKt. Qivon a lino day, thoro in oorluin to bo a largo crowd to wituoBii tho triangular ongngoniout, and ovory proapeot of a. hard-fought and oxcitiug atruRglo. Tlio woathar during 1Mb woolc lino bcon nltogothor ugainnt training, but tho crown liavo moatly ntuolc manfully to their tauten, denpito wind and aleot. Tho Viotoriann, tho latent to arrivo, liavo shown tlnvt they nro quito avor»i;ii samples of (Joorgo Upward'u iiohool, and thoir form during tho woolc lino gainod them troopn of adminini. Quoonalund in ruthor iu and out. At thoir boat thoy aro not out ol tho hunt, but they willuoad to bo on thoir host bohuviour to-day. Now South Wales oicht uhow a lot of merit in tho various pointu tlmt go towurdii mooring victory, but ouoo or twioo thin week, possibly owing to tho wintry blunts and rouirh water, thoy did not ploaso ho wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

THRICE IS HE AKMED WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST. CLEMENTS TONIC, THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORA TIVE HAS CURED MORE CASES OF INDIGESTION, NEURALGIA, WEAK NESS, DEBILITY, DROPSY, BRIGUT'S DISEASE, AND LIVER COMPLAINT THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TOGETHER. If you nro nick and valuo your lifo, insist on having Clementa Tonic, and no nubutituo, or you will bo disappointed. READ THIS CASE. Mr. James Robertson, minor, Wont Wnlluond, N.S.W., who vrriton on February 17, lBUiJ :— For a numbor of yearn I havo iiufferod from chronic dyapopsin. I havo boon undor n number of doctoro, and \rhnb roliof I derived waa only tompornry. \$$k Finding I gainod no pornianont roliof I .™ gavo Clements Touio a trial, and tho bonoflt I derived eimply aurpnacd mynolf — after no many othor reniodioa failing — it romovod pnina from which I had boon auJToring for youra. My nppotito inoronnotl daily, and also my strength, i am only too nappy to givo my toatimony, nu a plain working minor, na to tho great bonoflt I derived...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

BOXINW. This week tho onblo brings us jiowb of an Australian's downfall. Happily that sort of iutolliitonoo iu no infroquout that ono may bo pardoned for trontiiiK it an a rathor romnrluiblo ocourronoo. Tho ' Ooffoo Coolor ' outed Vinlnrin * n nrnnlr m I A A I .» .mil! ir\t f. 'I'mn 1 ^ II t/(T[\l) . i i m but 4tk n uittun mi iiiiiit- uvi^nu| avki *-- unc ^ ' in tnolvc rounds at tlio ' Na'tional,' London, on Monday ninlit. Woll, an a balm for tho aoro lioBH of dofoat, wo may root nBtiurod that tho Boiou of thia fitinny laud did not ro uudor without a biu Htvmttjlo. Ho'b a (jroat punohov in Tom, and ao |;iuuo nn thoy mako 'em, though not quito up tohi|;h-wiitor mark in the way of ocioiieo. That tlio colored xctitlomnn with tho ouphnnioiifi titlo enrriod away about bin . person a fow inoineiitoefi of tho battlo iu, in my opinion, protty cortaiu. Tom hod boon look ing for fight iiv London a Rood wbilo boforo ho found it, and tlio remit, wo aro sorry to bco, linn boon dinaBtroun iunofar...

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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. S.T.C. ROYAL STAKES AND BIRTHDAY HANDICAP. MOOREFIELD ITEMS. Selections for Rosehill. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

*mlg& TURF TALK MB TIPS. S.T.C. ROYAL STAKES MID BIRTHDAY HANDICAP. MOOKEFIBLU ITEMS. Selections for Iloschlll. (By 'THE CAPTAIN.') The withdrawals up to dato for tlio two chief handicap events of tho Sydney Turf Club's meeting aro not such as to threaten tho succese of tho two days' moot ing Rot down for tho 23rd aud 25th inet. Tho two-year-old Tiro was put down as having a chance, but Iloyal Rose nnd Gaulus aro not fancied particularly over i\ short course. Astronoiunr, notwithstand ing Ins light impost, wont out, ns itiu VanitiiH aud Ituouulf. If tho latter pair do anything in tho winning lino it may bo a littlo later on. Despite her 71b penalty, Albocoro has been K'fc in, which makes her weight 0?.t 31b. When Iioikos aro well they often carry a lit.tlo extra without it having much effect on them, but something lower down ought to boat Lainoud'a mare. T havo already picked Hurot, Milkmaid, and Mr. Kolso'u best to provide tho winner, and will stand on (hat for the present....

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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

ON THE WHEEL. Bob Lowia, under duto ' Uroya, Monday morning, May 11,' writon to ' Whoolor,' of tha BbpierI'.k, aa follows: — 'Juat a lino an promiaod. We uro jiiHt off Port Adolaido, and OT.pcot to bo ushoroin an hour. Joo and I had a bad timo bo fur, boing oonflnod to our bunka ovory dny. Ernio in clointr -voll, being on tho mark at every meal tinio. Harris joined nsat Molbourno. und ho has been noun too livoly on tho trip round. Tho weuthor was rough nil tho way, with ovory prospect of worso to Albany, no wo oxpeot to hivvo ' a jolly Boo(^ timo.' Kind regards from all.' Judging from reports trom that quurlor, their oxpoota tioiiB of u livoly timo off tho Leuwiu nru protty Buro to bo roalincd. John H. JolniBou, tho oolehratod Amorican ridor, i« a Swodu by birth, having boon born on May 11, 1873. at Kurlntiul. Ho loft his nativo country when ho itub 5 years of »(jo. Tho now Athlotio Club roomu in Eowo Btreot, with which soveral of tho Union oyolo olulm aro associated, aro to bo open...

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Quiver Quips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

[?] [?] War nnd rutnort) of war affright tho world to-day, but don't bo nlnrmed— thoro is no inoi-0 danger of two groat Powers going to war at present, than there is of two groat newspaper pugiltBta pooling off for in fair stand-up fight. Tho 'situation fo-day ia Minilnr to that which occurred during n certain moinuutoua crisis in France, when a prominent poli tician burst into Huron Rothschild's oflico in a titatiiof wildexciteiiientand exclaimed, ' It'o nil up j war lino been declared !' Tho baron wonfc on writing nncon corhodly, and simply said, 'Koop your tliatcli on. my friend (or wordtt to tlint effect). 'JL'horo will bo no lighting this time.' ? * * 'Oil, nonsenso!' roared the visitor, 'I tell you tlioro will, for the declaration of war has nlrondy buon made.' ' Hut I tell you thoro won't,' rcpliud Rothschild, ' for I'll taktvciiro tlio fiery fools can't get tlio monoy necessary to wage a. war with.' llo was right, too, and when capitalists thoroughly understand what a fool's...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

BOWLS. Hont Ounthor, of tho Slur and Garter, King ntreet, whoHaChriiitiivn inuuo is Fred, nnd who, by tho way, haii becomonn on thuaiantio bowler, hau in hia pohhohhjou nomothing ia the nnturo of u curioHity that should bo seen by nil truudlorrt of the woodon dpheroa. It taken tho form of a pair of bowls of tho olden timo. Thoy boar an antiquated appouranco, although woll proHorvod, and aro niuoh omnllor und poBHOuo moro uihh uy n. grtmi. mnii vimn Liiurtu in voguo now. Tlio dato of their inuuufuoluro, though Homowhut indistinct, can bo truood without much tiouble. It makos thoni, if moinory nervea me, 150 yoara old. A woodon ' jack ' eomplotna tho sot. Our Roitial, good old friend, tho ex-champion, Mick C'onlon, luul n rathor rough experioucu lunl wook while v/alking along Livorpool-atroot opposite Hydo Park. He, in company with a frioud. wan junt pnsaing NilliBdnlo-street when one of the many tliievonnow infenting tho oity, evidently on tho look out for nouie unnuspoot intr citize...

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ON The STUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

W3sk Holy-poly Esid. Sool '6m, Varuoy. I .Taok Utiynca — tha Minor's Friond. Somobody ought to Bib on O'Sullivan. Lot's .havo. tho plain, . un-varnoyBhod ! proof of it;. Dignity, thy iiamoia nob tho Now South Wftlou Logiulaturo. ' IVith without good workn ia doad, they usod to teach us when wo woro Young. Mi1. Reid: 'My oxcollonfc friond Hom liardos.' Mr. M'Millivu : ' My tlonnmb and bout Patnquoz.' 'Thounnndii of Freetraders havo hocu cirivon into tlio ranka of tho Protec tionists.' — M'Millim. 'Woll, what do you want?' Wiiat Jacob oaid whon Enau Yarnoy Parkou loading in liia deputation. Unless tho Opposition can find a Rood fighting loader it may an well go out and hang ifcuoU' with ft Imltor. ' Provo your utatomont and T will answor it.' O'Sullivan : 'Show mo I'm a liar and. I'll toll yo all aboub it.' Mr, Crick imyn Mr. Want han ntirrcd up a hornot'ii mint. Thoro'u a good timo coming for tlio nowspapor ruportern. 'A now bottom had to bo put in fcho rotta' Hill roaorvoir, and a n...

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CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

[?] [?] Tho Australians third match in England will bo ngaiiiBt tin England Elovcn ivt tho Crystal Pakco ground, commencing on Monday. Would you not fcol over bo iniioli Iiapplor if tho 'StiivlitiiiB only had Chnrlio '.Turner in thoir toiuu. now tliat'. tho campaign haa coinmonccd in' downright onrneat? Hod impart to us a fooling of trust in them. . a « Old Groco nnd yoiftifr Jactnpn Roomed to havo peppered M'Kibbiu and Jonos at tho fltart of their iunings on Tuasday. Tho old follow io aporfoct wondor; ho'll soon bo 48 years of ago. « a * Bobbio Abel ia a rod in picltlo for tbo Australian bowlora. Thoro aro a Rood many rodo in picklo for them, if tho big ocoroH bo any indication of tho form of English bnlatnon. May littlo Koborfc ox X-oiid his forco boforo bo moots our boya. Thoy nay that tho Unis will not bo claused amongst tho firBfc grades noxt conaon. If bo Duri/ood will rejoice, for it means that Tom Garrott, J Tarry Mobob, Dr. Sow ley Popo, and young Jonos will all bo oligible...

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Straight shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

C- — 1?J ?&$-&&& Thoro ia nothing on oavtU to equal tUo . . uncivility of tho Civil oorvanfc I ? » « Soino women think nil pluyn aro good, . but come of Wiom n'houlcl not; bo oeon by their husbanda. 'Oar land lav/o flro a dififftaco to tlio colony,' DRlth Ohio? Juctico Diwloy, His Honor ought to know. ? V & . . ; Kick Willia, M.L.A., Jo Introducing n Bill to extend tho franchise to womon. Nick tho vromnn'a friend. ' : . ? ?' i 'You nro a darling to treat mo no, genoronsly, with ocoana of lovo find a . ~ loiytoft kino.' Docroo nini nnd coata ngataot tho cd-rcspondent. ? ???..' 'A prosocutor in a recent caoo of thoft at tho Central gave hin occupation aa 'a : Jovr.'1 It'o abo^ub tho boot trade going. If yoir don't boliovo mb milr your undo. * « o Tho bftld-hoiMlod bjimi , iftbia family now, :' Leaned baolt on his onohionu nnu aluniborod, And bo dronmod that tho proaolior theuo '. vrordo htid proolaimod i ' : ' Tho holra of your head nro till num...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

[?] ' Saved from tho Son ' continuon to run its lnolo-drniuatic coiirno ut Sydney Koyal. AV. E. liakor, tho mnchly-wrougod hero, ia nubjoctod to tho moat av/ful trials. It io miraculous how tho prepossessing Bakoc succeeds in endurim: so much eiitttstropho in mich n nhort spaco of timo. I'irut of nil Mr. Cosgrovo tics him up to tho niaat of hiii ahii), and performs a cluinsv war-danco around tho dock to creopy imisio. All tho time he in flourishing hia ' creowol blado ' liko iv butchor about to perform on a nowly hung nheop, and ho informs tbo tothorcd victim how much ho lovea tho lattoc'o wife, and how ho is going to ulico his pal pitating heart out of hio gory bosom and jump- on it; and by-and-byo, whon that liltlo affair do cmur ia forgotten, ho will wed (,ho object of hio unhcillowod Iovo, and Hvo in a neat littlo cottugo by tho oea with a rose-garden in front and a frontage to tho lano at tho rear, while the ftahoa ar© picking the bonen of tho butcherod hero. Aftor gotting nil ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

FOOTBALL FLASUBS. (1)1 'QUILP.') Tho Sonior eenBon 13 to open in etirnoRfc to-day I For which much thanks. It might easily havo oponod a week or two earlier — there waa nothing to provont it. If reports flying about bo truo, Riind wiek, Univorsity, and Wallaroo alono havo a hopo of winning tlio tin potis and tho gorgeous goldon medals. Somo people think tho Pirates aro to havo a brilliant nciuion. Well, I hopo it so ttirnt; out, but have doubts. Tho Itundwicks havo the usui'.l atrong men, with no ond of equally Ptrong resorvos. Playora rush the club just au tho mackorol in Gardon Covo in tho unrly morning rush Uio bita of fioatinp; bread. woo Ono thing about tho now season ahowa nn ailvanco upon tlio old, which in fcliat tho Union now haa moro grounds at its uue. It might thank crickot for boing ablo to utilise tho University Oval. Tlio Criokofc Association gavo the University Club a vote, which in a email meaauro helpud to defray tho cost of orecting tlio fonco. Now porhnps tho llu...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 16 May 1896

[?] v — °™~ A Syduoy gas-atovo man ia advertising a ' whistling kottlo.' I am sorry to hoar it. I nlwivyij conaiderod muaio and cookery two distinct nrtfi. 'Wlion imidorn invontoro bi^rin to mix 'Molly ltiloy' with tho potntooa thoy won't know whoro to stop. TIjo mnaical-box wns nn ostnblishcd inBti tution, but tho kottlo that ia going to blow ' Homo, Swoet Uomo ' through its uoso will wipo ifc out. ? Tlioao thiii(j;B mostly find a temporary homo in tho cottngoa of nowly married couplua until tho lirut bnby kuockn tliom out. Tho bold bad burglar in ntill up ou tho warpntli in Sydnoy suburbs. Tho polico ivro also on tho scout. Thoy nro likoly to roiuain thoro. An long as a Syduoy polico nifin keeps on tho Hcont of n burglni' both tiio bobby and tho burglar aro quito nafo. Nobody will ^ot hurt oxcopt tho unoffend ing citizon. I linvo boon aakod if I thought a policomnn ovor wont whacko with n burglar. I dony tho inuinuntion with scorn. If fchoio exiatod nny nrnuiKoinctifc of Hint chii...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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