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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

H/JPhoro will ho a oignr ntfill in fcho pmldoolc tiA llandwiok to--lu.y, awl It in about fciwo tlio A. J.O. folkn iwuito Iho luuovnllon, Tho rpoooouvafa fi-u*livioh i« (l, prodtiol; that) aliso vo^ulcivi uAUmLlou. .Vrljio puuirfo i v.a& draught in'oWomn In llici fl',;V-uiWC ' U'lM''' to-uiotfou. 'I'M«Wo-p»(j«''

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STATE SPOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

THE STATE SPOON. It is universally admitted thnt a period of depression has fallou upon this pro vince. All tho arguments of wall-eyed economists, and all tho sophistries of political partieg and private rinpB are so much wind to tho man who ia confronted with tho present and pressing problems or tood, cloincs, antt nouso-covering. xi a large number of our pcoplo find their incomos shrinking, and a larger numbor discover that thoy havo no incomoa at all, an Income Tax or any other Governmental dodgo for temporarily raining rovenuo will not either consolo them for their past losses, or relievo them of future anxietieo. It is not exaggeration to say that N.S.W. trado outsido of tho rag and grocery biz. ia hypnotised. Thk Aehow questions very much if tho Land and Incomo Tax, or Upper Houso IJcform, or even a Labor Ministry will wako it from its doop and enduring slumber. A grand motherly Government vainly ondeavors to sweep tho ebbing tide of prosperity back with itn legislative broom....

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

DR. GIBBONS, 137 ELIZABETH-STREET, SYDNEY'. 1-K. GinilONS, who III trobly-nuiillQod nml Ilefriiitoi'oil, hmi umdo n llfo-loriir utiuly of Vlll VA.TM, NKItVOlia. iiiul BXIN BIilKA8I33, and bail diiicovoruil Hin nulokout mid uurout mo.uiu o( lhoroii|;h)y curhijc tiiuiu, YOUNG MEN, AND~T*H0SE WHO WISH TO MABBY, V/lio, n» tlio ro.'iult of Karly l'ollion or Excnnoot) ot moro iniiturml nRo, auffer from nny nf tlio following Nyniptomti, viz, : — L'Vciiiiout, Jloadnolio.'i, (lidilhioiia, Drownliii™ in tho D.iytlino, Coiitivcmvm, Fullnoua Altor Kutiiiff, apoflltn Iiufoio tho J'Jyon, Cold Hnuda or Foot, 'rondurncna ol UrcnnUiouo, Yoltow Win* (;lmr(;« /mm Uio Montli, PitlpititMon, Whllo oc Clouiiy Hodlmont In tho Ui'lno, Impurii Illood, Hnotu or 1'iinnloH, Falllnn Mnmory, FuHlmr ol tho llalr, to., ulionld Bond for hia OOMETiUXH MBMCAIi WOHK. fimit TOST l'llKU ttOM Ol)::orvatlou foi.' Od In Stumpa. ONK 1'OUMDis niidlolont to iiond for Ilomodloa noccuiiary far tlio euro of 1 'DliaihVtT. &amp...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROSS-BOLTS. C. S. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

CROSS-BOLTS. c. s. is shaking in its tannod shoos. Sinco tho appointmontof tlio Public Sack Commission, tho moot blood-curdling rumors of retrench ments and dismissal!! liuvo daily gono abroad. No man in tho Sorvico can toll whon or whoro tlio nxo is going to fall. Tho Govornmont did woll in delegating its dirty work to ti Commission. No Govorn menfc would bo ablo to retrench a auin.ll army of Stato-p.tid electors and rotain its popularity. .but tlio commission, Doing indopondonfc of gonoral elections, can do an it daah woll pleases, and continuo to draw its Biliary all tho tinio. Still wo would not caro to bo ono of thoso Oorainis Hionors. No public niun in this province at tho prosout timo nro uioro freoly and goneroualy curaod. Most of thoso who aro being rotirod can oonsolo fcbemaolvos, how- . . ovor, with tho reflection that thoy aro . thoroby oxotuptod from tho Incomo Tax.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

[?] At hond-quartors to-day Tho baud will play. And horsas not being rcsorvcd for somothintf biff will race. Bool;s and backers will principally spar for wind before settling down for big wins at the Autumn four-days' 'Meeting. ?Rooi.inakerH cspocinlly wlio wont to Mol bourno uro rathor porky on tho atrongth of several deceut scoops when the favorites wont down, and they may extond tho odds on tho strongtli of times being good. - Certain it ia that bookmakers who have boou standing tiro about Sydney lately at tho pony meetings havo not been doing well. Riiiidwiol: is sometimes a good placo for a recovery, but It doosu't look like a pitfall for backers this trip. Sydnoy viaitors to the V.R.C. Mooting aro homo again mid prepared to put up with a apoll of sport at Eosehill and'Eivnd wick for tlio next fow weeks. Laura, with 03t 111b, was only beaten by throo-quartora of a length by Homespun in tho Final Handicap last Saturday, ther milo boiiiff cut put in lmin -ilj-aoo, and as oho appe...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PERIPATRTIC POLICEMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

THE PKIHPATKTIC I'OUCEHAN has boon doing in tho promiscuous citizen again. The lateut arrosfc is thnt of an exile of Erin who wcara tho uniform of Hoi1 Majosfcy'a Customs. Tho exilo'a namo io i\ B. O'Connor, and ho is a big, God fearing, law-abiding, diligent officor, with a pleaoanfc laugh and just tho taste of a inu|{iiu 111 niu iiiiuiuii, \jii jxiuiiuttjr iium Ofllcer O'Connor, being on duty at tho China Btewnor, triumphed ovor Asiatic cunning and Oriontal vigilancoby nabbing a Chinaman in tho net of smuggling tun boxeo of opium. As tho oflieor is not nn opium ainokor, bub a strict Koman Catholic with a wifo and family, he atarbod off towards tho Qnoon'a warohotiRO with his littlo haul. On arriving at tho doolc gatoa thosuporhuriianoly Hagucioua polico insisted on running him in, whothor to pass away tho timo or for tho wilco of tho moral effoct on tho offending Chinaman has not trans pired. In viiiu did tho burly ollioer ro inonBtrato with his captors, Tho polico uioroly got a l...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

DO YOU SUFFER from LIVER COMPLAINT, INDiaESTJOJST. CONSTIPATION, HE ART1 BURN, FLATULENCE, Or any nymptomii of a dinordorod digontivo apparatua P If bo, tliero in no romody in tho world no safe and nuro to givn roliof no Flotoher'n Pillo and Cloineutu Tonic. Don't bo miulod into wanling timo nnd monoy ou any of tho 'All-failing' nostrums bo speciously ndvortiaod by douigning quacks and diuhoneat vogues. Romombor, thoso two romodien havo utood tho buut of timo, that thoir inorits aro proved, and that a fow ahillinga iuvoaLod on thorn may navo you weoku and montha of Buffering, and, porhapa, pouudu of oxpotmo, for thoy hnvo dono no in hundredu of cusoh, and wo will Kond you ovidonce to provo our aaaortionn on rocoipfc of your name and addvooii. Ro mombor, delay in danijoroua, and that ovory-. hour you neglect your caoo tho complica tion iucronuon nnd a euro boeomosi moro diflieult. Shun tho cheap quaolc doctora and deiiigniug noutruiu compouudeni j utlclc, to tho romodloa Olomonta Ton...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

? -*- te jtA/^^ [?] rpilE Tost Mutch was a groat success. ^~ It's consequences, though inevitable, aro, howover, painful. ' ' ' \ ? ? ._? .. ? . ? . .. Finacially, it was ilrst-rate— tho Austra lians netted over .£1100. Its bearing on tho alteration iu tho Australian Eloven was very happy in tho truo interests of Australian crickob. In woll-iu formed circle* it was known beforo filio match commenced fchattbo tenui wero very much disappointed at tho inclusion of Johns, tho South Aua fruiiitnR hninep '-lfu*tr1fullw Rkronc* in their opinions on tho matter, after Booing the Melbourno wicket-keeper perform against them. Yot it was tho Teat Match which actually induced the town to solocb Kelly, ^ Tumor, and Hill, aud uoarly all Australia accordingly rojoicos, whilo in their hearts . sympathising with Harry (who is oxcludod owing to hie injured lag) and Johns. With regard to Harry, tho roports ono hears are most conflicting. Harry himself states that ho is i\u sound as a beJl ; an ominont ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

[?] Johns off, nob Johna'on. Prosent aspect of crickot— Hill-harryous. 0 * ? Tho Lsind Qooation — Morcadoolery— foolery. ♦ » ? Tho lawyers* prayer — Givo ua this clay vur uauji x uht, ? ? ? The leaven of diaoatiofaciion ia already working in tho Eleven. ? ? o 'Stabled' with a tablo knifo. — Now orimo discovered by tho B. Nbwb comp. ? ? ? A olorgytnan haa arisen in oar midst who boosts of being a non-abBbainor. Whero ia Smytho. Tho march of progrosa — British masenm to bo open on Sundays. Two-thirds and moro of London workora who havo uover Boon it can now avail thomsolvos of tho blessod privilogo, Judgo Simpson complains about tho tray lawyers work up thoir canon, and threatens to dismiss suits in divorco whero attornoya do not comply with tho rulos. God holp tho poor cliont with tho nlothful shark and tho shark who dooa not know hia bis. » ? v ' Tho Jowish population of Australia (aayo an English nowppapor) hau increased to ouch an oxtout that tho inoinbora of tho choBon raco havo ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

BOATING. Thero was nothing strikingly rcniarltablo in tho aquatic lino Just tjaturday, the boab feature beiug tho monthly outing of tho Lano Coyo Club. Tlio tivo races attracted big ontrics, and tho young club upotns to bo vory much ou tho up grade, this result . boing partly duo to tho ouorgy of lion. hoc. London, and ivIho to tlio onthusiasm of ownora. Owing to tlio hilly country around, it would appear that tho gaino of cricket han obtained no hold on tho affoc tioiis of tlio up-river mon, and theroforo tho great attractions of tho teat match proved quite powerless to wean them from thoir favoritu hobby, ho thut out of an outry of twouty-ono thoro was only ono Athcona loiuuroly finishing far abend of tho other yaohta came as a bit of a novelty to all concornod, not oxcopting her ownor, who inuat bo inoro used to figuring at tho other end of tho lino. Tho handicap wait a vory loniont ono for tho big yawl, but ovoryono wna ploasml at the win. With hor racing outtur rig tho old Guiu...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT THE LEAGUE'S CARNIVAL. A GLANCE AT THE EVENTS. WHO WILL WIN TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

^m THE LEAGUE'S CARNIVAL, A GLANCE AT THE EVENTS. WHO WILL WIN TO-DAY. (Br 'Mekcuut.') To-day, on the Humpdon track, tlio League of Wheelmen trill oointnonce fchoir third carnival, und, tlion^h tlioy liavo dono wonders in tlio pnst, I quite expect to sco Kovoral rooordB broken on this ocension. Tlii3 will bo, tho first (.into in tlio colony's . history Mint tlio rncing will have takon placo on n trnck in any wny approaching what is needed for up-to-date racing, and though the asphalting of the whole sur face—about one-third of a milo — is not qnito complete, thoro is oyery opportu nity for sprinting in tho homo stretch, ftr amplo room for a Rood fluid, and banking to nogotiato the corners. The number of ontrioB is tho fjrontost ever rccoivod for an Australasian meeting, and tho best rnon south of the line will compoto in tho principal oven to. Proceedings open with tho Longno £Stako3, .£20, i-milo, a handicap. Parsons has only got to givo awny 80yda in tlio first liout, and in such ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

QUESTION BOX. J. Manch (Modforn)i Wylio'i) 81ydB in tlio rooont AiiHlruhiHiiia Clminpiuiuiliip competi tion. One huudrud yardu wore put up uomo time bnolf, but tlio awiiiiiiior uflur tnirontiuft 2yda Blink to tlio bottom and hud to be roanuod, tho porfornitmco ia connuqiiontly not rouo^uiaod.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. FLEMINGTON REFLECTIONS. DONCASTER HANDICAP AND SYDNEY CUP WEIGHTS. Selections for Ra[?]dwick To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

[?] TURF TALK AND TIPS. FLEMINGT0N KEFLECTI0NS. BONCASTEB UANDICAP AND SYDSEV CUP WEIGHTS. Selections for Hand wick 'I'o-dny. (Bt 'THE CAPTAIN.') The results of anothor Autumn Mooting nt Flomington havo boon put on record. On tho lust day I fell into tho error of supposing Newhavon would bent Hova ovor a mile, nnd that Quiver would bo equal to dofenting tho Ingomar horso ovor tho Loch Plato dis tanco. Instead of running two seconds ho ran tiro firsts, and or.co nioro firmly established tho fact that ho is a remarkably fust liorsi-. Nowhavon't! defeat; by Hova ia nothing to bo wondered at, for it is a gruelling journoy for n two-your-old. Car bine succeeded in dofeatinif Penuuco oviir tlio hiiiiie distance, but it ia doubtful whi-liiir Ponanco ever proporly got ovor tho gruelling he got. Nowhaveu gavo Hova a great race, and it was only in tho biUornuss of a severo finish that ho began to tiro. Nowhayon. will bo Derby favorito during tho Wintor, nnd there is overy indication at presen...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

THE WEEK.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON The Slump [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

^%4^' Schoy calls tlio Lubor Party ' Roid'a loft wing '—badly loft. Sir Saul Samuel io tho aiithor o£ tho Qovorninent Savings Bank Act. Tlio Pitt Town villagoBottloment will ro coivo no further Govornraont aid. Tho Bathurat-atroot stinkpot waa orootod to commemorate tho oloct.ion of tho Hon. George Thornton, M.L.G., ou Mayor of Sydnoy. Tho St. Peters Labor Loaguo liavo carriod a rouolution of tlianko to tho presi dont of tho National Aaoociation ! Tho lion lays down with tho two. Trade miioim havo oxiatod in China for 4000 yoarn, no tlmt tho Australian Labor Federation in not much ahead of tho tiiuoa, anyway. But what hnn bouoino of our trados unionii? Sir Goorgo Groy ban for 20 yoaro aufforod from tho effects of a r.poar wound infliotod by Wontraliau blaokfollowu on bin Unit ex ploring voyngo to tho Laud of tho Uluok Swan. Oa Saturday Ministor Hrunknr expressed himself ploanod to noo tho pooplo going ou tho land. On Monday Minuter Curruthoro said villago Bottlomonfc biul boon ' a d...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

SWIMMING NOTES. It is not improbable that English people will witness a genninu contest for tho world's high-diviug championship oro long, (IB tho London crock, Bobby Burns, has hurled ' defiance nt tho uni verso, nnd Queensland's clever, daring porformer, Burgees, intends moving heaven and enrth, to got over to Albion's hIiovcb for tho pur pose of neciipling tho givnntlot thus thrown down. Our friend 'down under' may nmko up his mind fora closo call if tho pair incut. ^. Tyors, intcrviowed recently, had nonio thiug to Buy about coming out to Australia —just hinted ut tho probability — but said nothing dofiuito. Perhaps ho hns a yearn ing to vibit thin fnr-off 'climo and sprend disaster nmong its champion nntntioiiists. Our cnrncRt pr.iyor is that he may come, and what ia more, ho'll ,bo welcome; but wo will fcol constrained, despito tho liuvs of hospitality, to bcvvq up a few dainty morscla which our gunst in proBpec tiyo is likoly to find difficult of digestion. They toll mo tlmbs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

' pfa nA IV JP*'wi Tho last sovon nights of tho Westmaeott eoason nt tho Royal aro nnnouucod. ' Tlio Lancaatiiro Laaa,' ono of II. J. Byron's good old stock plnyp, waa put on lust Saturday overling to run ft week. Tho picco wns woll staged and plnyod, but this community is m. prosont on tlio hunt for novoltica, and docs not take too kindly to revivals. 'Tlio Work Girl' — that im possiblo but uniformly blood-curdling com bination of murders, ,stnl-biu£ nurnya, deaths, and suicides — will bo revived tins ovoning for throo nights only. Those who havo not Boon ' Tho Work Girl ' ballet will do well to hurl theiBsolvos at tho front scats boforo it ia too late. Thoso who onjoy thcepootuclo of witness ing Stirling 'Why to murderodin cold blood and thrown down a trap-door will also avail thomsolvoB of this lust golden oppor tunity. Moreover, nny bon igh ted hoathou who hiis neglected to viftw Wi'fltnincott in chargo of hia costormongor'B barrow can now do bo nt tho usual prices. O:i Wodn 03-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLINDERS, [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

I'M Nil BUS, who diaoovorod tho Illawarru — which in novr abonti colobrating its contonary — attributed hia (iarly lovo of advonturo and oxploration to reading 'Kobinaon Cruooo.' Tho flfl; boat in which ho aailod from Sydnoy Covo towarda tho unknown fruitful ' Illawnvra on March 21, 1700, wan called tlio ?? Tom Thumb.' Tho Tom Thumb lagoon nour ?WolloiiBOWjr, onco tho . homo of inyrisulf) of anipa, uwana, duck, and toal, ia niunod nftor tho Ittiblo ornft. j'iindoni wno , a niau of lion lioiu'fc, liko Drulco, Bnmnior, and tt-6 good oW' rovora who; carried tho .DrKinU ilmr to nuninit' and baok ngntu',' In : l«!-3 tho CfoyornmohJ^ot^W-BJW. and Yh- ; /,»v!fl, votdd '..I'jtoJ-ojrly diuiftlifcoi? a ponulon ('? or ./woo a^eriC .: .' .. ?; \: .,? ? ??.?; ,;.,- ??]'.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MINISTERIAL TOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

TUB MISISTKHIAIi TOUR ia ono of thouo interesting political func tions which wo would most liko to attend. Every now and thbu a Cubinob Miniator, accompanied by another Ministor or two, Bovoral ntnunoh Govornmont Biipportora, nix or hovou ro]-orl:i-i'fl, and a l'otiuuo, goos tovtn into i nn country ana vibidi niu uiou torato. Tho affair in moro of a triumphant proccanion thuu anything. Tho party iu fdtod and fattened en route. All tho local aldormon and principal ronidontH, with graua nooilts iu their hair, coinu forward and unito in ])ro-ioubing illumitiatad addrosaou, and prir.o puuiplcinii, and abnormal watorinolonu to tho Minintor mid hia miito. Tho Miniater informa tho bucolic votor thafi hia (Jovorumoiit will coiiiiider Iho thrilling inattor of tho bnvnoh lino to Buokingbogvillo, or tlio burning quootion of tho tolograph to Poloycow Town at an early porioil, and tho ljucolio clootor thoryupQii swears otornal allogianco to tho Government, and ohoorn tho roof of hia mouth uoro, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 March 1896

THE AKKOW. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 109 YORK-STREET, SYDNEY. TO SUItSCKIlJKHSl ? N.S.W. Id por qunrtcr, is por linlf yoivr, or is per annum Other Colohhm. Ib Od per qunrtor, 3a por half your, Cs por annum. Pout froo. Torins : Cash In adrauoo. ADVKUTISING SCALKl Sa por luoh por inaortiou. Special quotations {or lulTortiuouioula insortod (or n torm. SATURDAY, MAUCU H, 1800.

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