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CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

CAMTERBURY PARK RACES. ?() .jlK, I1RUSK HURDLE RACE, a hamllcnp of Jl.'ltP 80 novo. Tho winnor of any Hnrdlo Rnoo, nftor tho declaration of tho welghto, to curry 101b extra. About 2 mllcd. nt 1b Jir. J.J. Dlisn' hg Brooklyn, ngod ? 1110 Mr. !?'. I). Popo'u b (? Hotupur, n«;-id ? 10 12 Mr. P. Nolnn^o b -c Deponed, 6yr« ? 10 3 Mr. T. 1'K.ytan'B \- u\ Cifold Pvlx, aitcd ? 10 0 Mr. J. WiuiVn 1- m b'tvtiuielln.HKeu ? 1)111 0 Mr. T. I'ayten'n b a eookoloth, 4yru ... ... 0 IB a Sir. J. Hnycii' ah ir Bopi-lovo, 5yrn ? 0 1) y Mr. P. Nolan'nbm Gtnndwltoh, 5yrn,.. ... 0 6 M Hr. J. T. I. nokny'u oil ir Cornet, ORcd ? 0 5 Str. S. PJoldor'ubriiMuntoolc, SorOyra .„ 0 6 Mr. J. H. Cliufc'o oh g Bell Motal. iyra ... 0 5 Mr. K. J. BwuoiiOy'a oh « Warnton, 0 or Oyra 0 8 Mr. O. J. nobertn' oh fi- Lollicol, iyra ? 0 3 Mr. J. Ollft'iiborbrffTlio SCiuj,8or0yra ... 0 8 HITr. W, O. Dillou'sljeMlchlKnn.ngod ? 0 0 Sfl« FIiYINQ HANDICAP, of BO oovu. Tlie » .B.tP vrlnncr of nny hnmlionp flat rnoo, after tho docl...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
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BRITISH ASSOCIATION RULES, KERR CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

liUITIQII A8.SOCIATION KUI^ES. KKUH CUP. Thiotla r Voluntocr, llooro Park. FIR8T JUNIOR. MnrriokTlHo Pioneer v Uranvillo Pirates, llnrrick. Tillc Volnntoor II. v Pyrmont JlaugoiB II., Volunteer Ground SECOND JUNIOR. Native Roao t Rangern III., llnlmuin Kiulcnvor t Canterbury, Canterbury ryrmout llorora v North Sydney Rangers. North Bydnoy Volunteer III. v Uranvllie, Grannlllo Balinuln III, v Apaloy, Mooro Park THIRD JUNIOR. nauvo iioiie u. v lirauviuo xi., imimain Endeavor II, v Rovoi'M II., Ilalinmn, JIIATINKICS. Circub ? Fit »-Uun\ld Bros,' Cirounat U p.m. Titoli , ? Harry Rlckardn Oo.( nt 2.30 D.tn, AT NIGHT. Xitcr.va ? 'Trilby,' nt 8 p.m. lliin MaJIBIy'B ... 'Tlio Sminy South,' at 8 8 p.m. Tiroti ? Hnrry JtlcUardu' Miuntrol nnd Specialty Co., nt 8 p.m. Tiinvrnr. 'Roikh ... 'Tho Dorby Winner,' at 8 p. m, CiHTBniON ? 'Tho Fnnnpnrt,' at 8 p.m. Cvci.ohau* .,, ,,. ' Jm'nonloin,' from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. CmciiB ? , Fitz-Uoruld Droo.' Cirouu - and MaunKorio, at 8 p,m Pkotbbtaht IT^tx ...

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SCHOOLS' MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

fiCHOOl.81 MATCUES. Tho Kiugo School t 8t. Jotfcph'o College, nt Fnrra iuattu All tlulnto' Collego (Dathurat) v Nevrington College.

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

_IL. \ ? ^ Jl—/ _C3iw Jl_ o IMAGING. Canterbury Pnrt Ilaco'a.— First racb, '1.45 p.m. Ppcolal trolnti to Uio oounio an follow .- ilorco boxen, 12.20 p.m.; xucsencer!), 12. EB, 12.18, and 1 p.ra. HAKIUKI15. Comhlnecl Rim of Cro^o-ootmtry Clubn, at Manly, nndor tho nuynlcos of tlio liuluiaiu Harriers. Throw oil at l'icr Hotel nt 3.30. CVCr-ING. tsnjftio Miln Handicap, AtMeulturnl Ground. Suburban CluVu ihlo Oiiuh Handicap, Sjdnoy Cricket Ground. Combined cltib ruu to Bnnktitona. ....'.. FOOTBAIjU KOOKY UAUGE MATCHES. SENIOR. Bandwick v Unirerelly, Agricultural Ground. Mr. U. A. Miller. Pnddiuitton v Woutirortli. Mr. \V. Speorn. Wallnroo v I'irutop, University Ovnl. Mr. W. A. Upright. FIRST JUNIOB3. B&imnln A. v Nentowu, BlroliRrovo No. 1. Btrutbfiold v I'addin(iton Borough, Kensington No. 1 Univomlr/ II. v Coutral Cumuorland, Farramatta McrrickTlllo v I,elcMmvdt, I/oIcliuardt Ov.il BECOND JUNIOIW. Rlobmond v Bnlinnln Junior, Norwood Part, No. 1 Jlowkenbury Collc/ro v Xtuccnuoc...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

BOWLS. ? Briubton Club'a pluok in arrantr''? a rink tourimmout for tbo firot timo in thio oolony bao bcon rownrded1 by a moot ontiofootory ontry, tbo wholo of our nfflliatod olubti, oKooptinir porbopa two, boiuu ropronontod by moat of thoir bent men. So that nono mliy bo loft ont tbo oommiltoo hao daoidod not to finally olouo tho roooivinR of ontrica till Mon day ovouiiiK uoxt. Memborn of bov/linu oluba who fe.noy tboin uolvoo with tho ouo obould not forgot that tho ?8trutbfiold billiard tournament, open only to trundloreof tho wood, can not bo outorod for aftor to-niqbt. Two weli-knowu turfiton, in tho psreono of Bill Lyorm and Hughio Konrty, nro dio titiKninhinfr thomBolvou in tho Wavorloy tournamont. Tlio eooond ronnd hao boon nepotiatod Buccoimfnlly ; their oppononto, a crnck couplo lmilinn from IJaiulwiok, woro mndo to oty peccavi with a minority of 14 to 21, both off tho namo mnrk. Wbiloon thin oubjnotwo mipht remark that Wavoi-loy Club hnn, iu viow of tbo wot weatbor oiporion...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

llfO* ((( (I ' ' ff 'Tho Derby Winnor' proceeds on its wild onthrivlliug way at tho Royal. Up to timo of writing thin great, horae dnvtna hna buou tho moat successful of the present Boaaon. Everyouo connected thorowitb, including tlio scono-Bhiftor and tho fourtounlh fiddlo in tho orchestra, havo acquitted thomsolvco with credit. Tho , dressing and sconory in ' Tho Derby Winner aro aa olnborato anu gorgeous as a pantomime. Tho play abounds in big Btago pictures, amongst which the ballroom and Derby bcuiips a to purfcicularly worthy of mention. Tho latter, with its moving crowds, ieativo puntors, horson, and various clmractoni, has buon particularly popular. Tho raco ia tho leant realistic part of tho biistiifi's. Somehow or another no theatrical miumgomont has ovor yot managed to ougago a horao who could protond to bo galloping when ho wasn't. Tho horao in a poor actor, oven in a star part liko 'Tho Derby Winnor.' If Bland Holt could got a privnto track cub through from Huntor-stroo...

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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

ON TUG WHEEL, Cathio, who baa boon fully oxpcolod to win a gund track raoo oro thin, wan nucnnnnful iu the South Molbonruo Koud Itaao, ,25 milun, last Saturday. I'erhapu ho will bo iu form about noxt Aunt nil timo. Tom Eok, tho Amoricnu, who hnn John 3. Jobnnon and others in hand on tho Continent, ban boon giving bin opinions on training. Hero aro eomo of thoin i — ' Commonoo nilh road work, ony night to ton kilomotren dnily for a ivnok : follotfinir nronk dnnbln tlm ion run v_ ridiii[{ nt tho rato of 2 .30 per 1091ydu. Thou utiirt on tho path, and do oiitht to ton kilo motron morning and nftoruoon, gradually In crouninft upood no aa to bo able to oovor ton ltilomotrmi in lCinin, nay in a fortnight. I'aoo in the morning nhould bo rojpilar, butdnioh up witli iv Diirint iu tho ovonlnir. Try qiiartor inilo damien twioo a wook, hut uudorgo maiirinjjQ aftor oaoh onuny, tnkintf oaro to oovor pnrta of tlio body nob boinjf rubbnd at tbo timo. Dietl' Wall, that dopanda nn tho con utitution o...

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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

[?] Canterbury Park claims the crowd to-day. After a long iipoll of RnndwicV, tlio change to auburbn.il faro for a week or two' will not bo objoctod to. Newhavon iB allowing groat dnsh in his work. lie has just boon sot going ngnin aftor a short spoil. Amiablo has 91b more in tlio Federation Handicap tlmn whon slio won the Wliy Handicap at Warwick Farm. Tnttorsnll's Club begins a billiard tour nament on tho 23rd inst. Tlio handicaps tiro awaited with interest. Mossmnto looks pretty woll again, and in worth keeping in mind. Ho may bo equal to winning a milo and a quartor race. Albocoro wns ono of tlio last to flniBh in tho Itandnriok Striked. Sho dona not look nearly ns woll na «ho did a short timo buck. Biachoff, who performed disappointingly nftor running fourth in lust year's V.R.C. Grand National, is otridin^ along freoly at Flomington. In Molbourno tlioy have got a horao named Svongnli, notwithstanding which tho animal won a Trial Stakes at Mnribyr iiong on Wodnesdny. Cardigan I...

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LEAGUE'S MILE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

LEAGUE'S MILK HANUIOAP. Tbo milo inco on tho Hnmpdon track thin nftoruoon will bo run in two boatn, at half timo, and tho flrnt nix iu oaob aro to ntart in tho final, at tho flniah of tho gnma. Tbo bau dicapa nro : — W. Martin, iicrntcli ; O. A. Mcadlinm, 45j(lnj W. J. IIodKkinooii, A. O'llriou. 50! J. M'lnnoa, 55; W. fl. M'Combo, CO: A. Drown, P. E. Waottan, 05 ; a. H. fllmtr, W. W. Ilurklim. 70 1 T. P. Johnnou. II. 8. Unrdy, W. C. Frocmiui. 03 ; /. Omomc, H. Bt)J nall. W. J. C. Elliott, 03; A. J. Body. DJ; W. Stnplolon, 105; A. 8. Ugh, 110; F. Butligtn. C. H. Ulinnmnn, W. V. rholnn, 115; P. Unnlor, H. O. KuiRht, F. C. Cloro, IU): It. K. Adrinn, A. C. Lnrkiu, E. W. Oorilen, Hid. T-Vlliok, 125; i\ Cnrt wriitlit, L. A. Middonn, T. Manilbatn, 130; Ston. Falllok, 135; J. H. Stiiurt, J. H. Broou, P. W. IItuci. U0; A. Jonner, It. Diblilo, A. E. Knight, ? Goo. Jfortor. J. 11. Gunning, 15a ; H. V. 81iopliord, C. II. Uftvln, IS5; W. Uniley, 8. Matloranu, WO; J. J. Cleary. IBS; J. Trac*y, P....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

BE ON GUARD AGAINST TEE VILE AND INJURIOUS IMITATIONS ' OF CLEMENTS TONIC SOLD BY MANY DEALERS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS THE BEST, ORIGINAL, AND ONLY GENUINE. Don't bo decoivod or misled into buying tiny other, or your painu, timo, ami money tiro only thrown away. CLEMENTS TONIC POSITIVELY CURES ALL CASES ''? ARISING FROM ANEMIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, AND INDIGESTION. Mr. Charles Lowia, minor, Sulphiclo-af;., Brokon. Hill, N.S.W., who writes on July 13, 1003':— Whilo mining on tho West Coast of New Zealand I contracted rhou niatunn through working in tho water. Thin waa nbout eighteen yearn ago. . I Buffered from thu most painful complaint; for ciixtucii years j sometimes I wan laid up for wonka-at) a time, ofton I had to go ou crutches ; you may depend I triod ovury conceivable remedy, and consulted doctors in nil tho oolonieu. Having beon fortunato in mining I could afford tliu vory best advice. Bometiuioa I would gain' tem porary relief, but nob by any moans per manont. It ia now two yoara f...

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SUBURBAN CLUB'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

.SUBURBAN CLUB'S HANDICAP. Tho following aro tlio bandicupn for tha Opon Mild Bioyalo IJnoo to bo bold by tho Suburban Club today during tho half-tima poriod of tbo football match nt tho Sydney Crlokot Ground : J. C. Cumoron, ncrnrob; T. FitjpAtriok SOrdB; J. O. Holilinvortli, il5; W.C. Burrntt, A. V. Baxter. 50; C. H. How, 56 ; J. K. A. Diilov, (111 ; K. C. Grlfiltlin, BS; A. K. Ycontl. K. Kornlmw. 80; B. It. Httrllcy, 100; V. Wntta, 105 1 T. h. Bniitll, J. V. Iinniimiilr, A. J. Burlon, 110; W. ,T. Ilri^-lit, llfp; II. H. Hcwnl], J. M. I.unby, 120; W. llrnen, 130; \V. J. JPowlor.U0; J. J. Morih'lier, 145; V. M. Tbiim]-iioii, 150; J. A. Mailoy. E. Ilaruliam. J. ir. Miliior, 100 ; A. J. I.oug mnir, K. Harrln, IBS j J. If. Grnjnon, A. Sprigmi, 170; A. G. Clmpuinn, 175; (J. Gatco, ll-'Of J. Iil'lJoiioiiL'li, A. (Jronv™, 190; II. IS. Loo, 200,

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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. NOTES AT RANDWICK. THE TWO TRUE BLUES. Selections for Canterbury. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

[?] TUIHF TALK AWD TIPS. NOTES AT itANDWICK. THE TWO TRUE III.UES. Selections for Canterbury. (Br 'THE CAPTAIN.') Coijsidijkinq tho sort of woathor wo havo been (rotting during tho last fortnight, tho A.J.C. wore foitunato in gotting a fino day for the meeting on Saturday. Pooplo rolled up in fair 'strength considering tho many calls mado upon them, and that tho premier club's track was getting rathor familiar, witihoutu break occasionally to thoauburbau fare to which wo art) accuGtomod. Kainy woathur is to bo expected at tliis uoaoon, and raco ciuoh aro iuolcy if thoy can get off tlioir lnuutiiigH without soriouu loan or inconvoniencd. A wewk'a wot woathur soaks tho ground sa much that it takes a day or two to got it into condition ; but no fault was to bo found with tho turf at Itand wick, excepting that it wan not fast. It watt a gro^b day for jumping raccn, tho ground being in excellent condition. Both n iitoupluchivso and a hurdle raoo woro vory properly on the progruuiino, and...

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AMATEUR ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

AMATEUR ATHLETICS. Thin aflornoon tho combined orona-oountry olub.i will moot nt Manly un:lor tho nnnpincn of tho Balmaiu Ilnrrlarn. Tho rnnnorn will droRii nt tho Grand Pinr Hotol, and tho tbrow off in at 3.30 nharp. It in to bo bopad thnt tho hurriorn will turn up iu foroo and ilamonntrnto that thay nro oronH-uouutry runnorii iu roality and not merely in nnmo. HIGH SCHOOL SPOUTS. Tlio following utn.rtn havo boon doolnrod for tlio lOOydii Opon llaiulicap run undor tbo nuupioou of tho High Sabool on Wednendny noxt on tho Sydney Criokot Gronnd. : — W. J. Thomnn, -tvilu ; A. P. Huuipbrioii, A. C. Dichb, 41 ; J. G. BiHBott, 5 ; J. l'\ Johnoon, L. It. Cox, 0; W. J. Milton, 7; V. O. Pilo, 7J ; J. lion niff, 8; W. II. King, K. A. I'ottitt, H. C. Holdon. 0; A. W. ltourko, OJ ; II. Kourko, P. O. Daly. P. EwiiiHton, 10 ; G. M. liotrohl, J. S. M'Oifford, H. Dooknoy, 10} ; J. F. Wilborforco, 10. 8. MarlcH, 11 ; W. II. Pratt, A. A. F. Lnbon.llJ.

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Quiver Quips Sa[?]ttarius [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

0MW On Wodncndny lust yob another fatlior turnod up nt ono of our Courts with feho pitiful complaint that ho didn't Itnor/ what to do with hiu con — a desperado ngcd uiuo yearn— ao ho luvduo control over him irhat ovcr. Thia kind of thiufj ia {'rowing uioaotonoun, and uijIpbd Homo check ia npoedily placed upon it tho God-fearing * Government may puna an edict compolling . paronta to rofratn from having uonij, rnilpsa thoy aro willing to pay « poll-tnx of .£100 nboad; or, hotter utill, tho troublo umv bo itioc by punishing the Fathers for tho f tuiitn of tlioir cliildron. That'8 the way thoy havo in Japan, and it Booms to bo an excellent plan. There nre Rovoral wayo by which boys may ho compcllod to stay, nt homo, and for tho benefit of distracted parontu I will statoafowof tho most relinblo. First of all, tho boy'o upino can bo broken with nn aso, or ono log can bo sawn off, and lio can bo tethered to a bod-post by tho other. « ? ? Socondly, tho lad can bo nailed to tho floor with n...

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

[?] ^e Stroller- ' rip HE Wallnroo-'Wontworfch match will bo -*- handed down to poolority amongst tlio traditions o£ tlieso up-to-tlato fcimoa ns ono of tho koouost.'cloiinut, hottest displays of unseiontifie, earnest, rough-nnd-tniublo , football. Football, eavo the murk ! It was iibuolutoly tlio worst gamo of football I hivvo over had tho pain of witnessing. « ? ? If jabbing and jabbering, kicking nnd growling, tackling mon without tlio bull, and dipping opponouts' noaim into tho grans much against tho deniro of tlio ownur or tho proboKCM do pormisuiDio in looiuan, then I'vo nover road tho rules. Groat hoaventj ! What is Ibo gamo coming to when mon can tako hold of each othor and pound mvny na if they ivoro in tho boxing-ring or uwuy in tho bnck country bmih, sottling a difforonco in tho good old strip-nnd-ut-it utylo with tho bare Iviiiiukles. Tho pl/iyora who started it aro greatly to blumo j but who aro they ? Who can locato thoni P And if thoy could bo located, what mutter sin...

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Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

[?] Coolgardio is crowded with Eaalorn pressmen. Sydnoy cabmon would liko to bco tlio Transit Board in — Invoroll. Ifc io ovidcnfc that nltliough Stanbnry way drop hid scull ho io not tho man to lono hia lioad. m 0 ? Tho 'tuppony orf pint' is becoming a feature of cortain Sydnoy hotolo. Signo of tho timoB. Tho CouMtoat) of Warwick hao opened a ' oliop jn Bond-atroot, London. Her namo and titloappear in big jjold letters ovor tho door. ? , ; Sis ox-Mayorn of tliia city safcnnu'nto' ?with tlio proabnfc. Mayor on Tucadny. ? '- Nothing happened — except tbe dcBtruetron of victuals. ? ? « Einployor: 'So you want a fortnight's oalary in advnnco ? But nuppone you should dio to-night P' Clork (proudly): 'Sir, I may bo poor, but Inma gentleman.' ? * ? He iiftilod uwtiy to tlio Fiji lalou, But )io who not nlain on tho nliore, Nor fnttanad nliend for a ciumibal uprcad, An otlioro liavo bocu before Bat lio mot with a fnr moro terrible fnto Than Uiobo who lmd loot thoir liven, For tho ohiaflnin ...

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SPORT BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

[?] BOXING. Mattorn purjilistio aro booming at a (froafc tato iu old Enpland junt now. Figlilorn from till patto have forouutliorod- in tbo metropolis ? ? of tbo world, and tlioy aro tliero on tho onpply and (lomaad principle). Suoli a wava of popularity lino uovor boforo erected tlio rinjf . o»on iu what tiro torrocd its lialcyou dnyn of oldeu times, 'i'lmt apparently imliraponGublo conuoot ion of tlio Amerioac boxor, his mnnnuor, iu nuiu iiub \ij tviijr uiuuBiaii 1 l(.I u UVIS in JLjuIlUUll just now, and tiniomj the moat uotnblo of tliooo may bo mentioned Billy Madden, who talkn of unonrtlriiiff frouli taloiifc on n lurco ecalo, and oxportiiifr it to Amorioa for do Tolopmont. Ho is arranging p. norioB of boxiiifj compotitionn not moroly in London, but in muny of tlio bier tovnin of Great Britain. Solootionn from tbo oompotitori) nro to bo mada, and tbo fortuunto onon will bo tnkou aorosa tlio Atlantic r.iid matched nfjoiunt tbo bent men in tbo Btnten. So William uaye. Tlio bait ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

TDOyXii' AGliiOULTUItAIi x^ GROUND. THIS DAY Is AT DBP AT). ? EANDWIOK vTuNiyBBBlXY. nhjti'.'nuvi. one Mii«B moyaiAn kacb. yiiri'V-TWO 1SHTKIBD. ADfttlGSION, BIXl'MNOJ.3. V. WKDil'fKB, ilwreiwnr, ? KKNSINQTON REORTOATION UltoifHB, Hl/NMKKONU-JJOAl), HANWWICir. THIS KAY (3ATUEDAY)— B'OOTHALTj. HTlUTHnfcMJ ». PAIMMflOTOM HOtttt*. 1 MmhwDVM v. i'V^UUfJiOT RirMMKK HIM. OAKcl II. V.HMWTOWB XI. WAIfATAIIl), Iravo ltom»nl«l- or CooginTi-omB ftt Knts-\»nU-n. from wlioiVliwion wl11 ?'«» dlroot to tUw ifmuiiQ,-), ADMieBIOH TO OfiOWHX) AHDdTAMIJ ;,«!.. , U0 p*irra»1«.|i». ? ? £, O' MAU&^Kitxt'eiary,

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ON The Slump [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

IfvKir Charity, thy nanio in ohoapneaa. Govornmonb Imil to go outnido of tho colony to got ft wator conservation export. Tho Colonial Soerotnry lias given 150 duty froo blank ota to tho dootituto oH Syduoy. During fcho lust four yoara iJ21,C01 ban boon opont in relieving tho unoinployod. Prosperous N.8.W. ! Mr- Tin !il ' «iiihn tin fnihii in nfnlufcorV doclarationn.' To hia mind thoy aro nboub as roliablo na hunting!) plodgoa. Dr. Roan would havo tho gontlo cycliot ?pay ft whoitl tax. Tho doo. in oldorly, and regards tho biko with norrouo horror. Tho Protootioniotn ara organiuing. So io tho poriputotie hurdy-gurdy innn. Tlio monkoy in botli caaoa danooa to tho nwno tuno. Mr. IJruco Smith wants to know ' What io Truth.' Coming from im ox-Miniotor of tho Crown thiu query in, to nay tho leant, startling. ' Dontibuto widown ' uro notiQod to nttond at tho Bonovolont Aoylum ovory ? ..Wodiiosday to roooivo thoir ratioiiu. TJio widows' might. Tho adjournment of tlio ltouno won moved on Tues...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EXCESSIVE MODERATION [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 13 June 1896

TUB KXCISS.SIVK MODJiltATION of tho membors of tlio Doau lloyal Com- ! inisaion in only holding two sittings por, day ivhon tho fooa ivoro flxod at sovou and ton guinons por sitting is roally ono of tho marvels of modern history, ospocinlly when, wo como to think of tho possibilities of tho cano. They had tho fixing of tho, fiittingn thoiusolvos, and yet they only oat fcwico a day, with a convenient intorval for lunch, and chargod tho country accordingly. They might juat ija easily havo adjournod both morning and afternoon tnico or tliroo timos each for refreshment or 'smdko-oh,'- and called ovory interval nsoparato sitting, and yet thoso gonttemon, with a, dolicate regard for tho interests of tho country and a sublime Belf-nacriflco which ban probably hardly over boon equalled, and cortainly novor surpassed, only chargod for two uittings pnr day, oxtouding occasionally to iui much as threo houru at a timo. Probably this is roally duo to ti too ticrupulou3 oonsio of honor on tho par...

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