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A PECULIAR EFFECT [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 July 1896

A TECULIAH KFFEOT of tho rocont rotronclimont oporations Booms to hivvo boon brought about iu tho Cobar diatricfc, where it is allogod that tho Btipundiary magistrate has to perform tho dutioa^of 21 aopnrato ofliee3. Tlio dofcnila of thoso niuUifiirioua fuuetiono havu not boon apccilied, but anyono who has had any oxporionco of country courts will not navo inucn uiiuciucy in inuij;uiiiijj tno naturo of somo of tlio mont important. Iu tbo iirat placo, hio Worship will doubtless bo oxpuctod to act -w carotukor, anil also aa charwoman. Thon, probably, the rcapoiisiblo oflieo of lock-up koopor will bo bestowed upon him. Of courso ho will havo to bo hiti own us)it-r, and opon tho Court in tho usual Bteutorian tones, following up thoannouuee ment that tho Court in noiv opon, with the injunction of ' Silouco in tho Court.' Thou ho will no doubt havo to net na Crown Prosiccutor aa woll as Clerk of tlio Court', aud in Ciibus of omorgoney, when busiuv3j ia olack, (jot drunk ovonii^lit and cam...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CROSS-BOLTS. THE FEDERAL SPIRIT [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 July 1896

CROSS-BOLTS. THIS FISDUItAI. SFXIUT (Ioob not seom to bo particularly vmrm in Quoonsland nfc proaont, judging by tho patronising way in which tlio Premier of that colony introduced a mutilated edition of tho Enabling Bill into tho Knunka Lund Logialaturo. Ik was not oo much that ho curod ii continental for Fodoration, but ho bad promisod ltoid and the other follows at Hobart to do something of tho nort, mid it was just as vcell to koop his word so long aa it meant nothing, and did not com mit tho colony to any rash action. Of courno it was nob vory likely Unit Quonnsland whs going to frti'o up it3 privilngo of importing black labor to work ito sugar plantations, and aa Fudoration would probably mean that they would have to do no, Sir Hugh NoIbou doubtleaa know what liu was tulking about in stating that; lAideration wuh not yot in sight, no fur us QuooiiEland wan concornoil. And bhin ir» what Now South Waloa lms got for waiting on Quoonslnnd'a convonionco in tho do lufiivo hopo that ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TAX UPON BACHELORS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 July 1896

A TAX Ui'ON HAOHKtOUS baa ofton boon advocntod aa n moiinu of compolling that obnoxioua claaa to turn from tho error of thoir way and do that which is lawful and right, and now tho prlnciplo baa boon carried a atop furthor by tho Minlator for Labor, who declared uiafc tho unompioyou Bingio hopu hob oxpoct anything but tho vory nmallont orumba that fall from tho marriod uion'n tablo, In future, Qovornmont work Is to bo givon not to tho moat compotonfc work man, but to tho mail who baa tho biggoat family. Thia principlo ia doubtloaa r.i(rhfc onoutjli if Stato omploymont Is to bo re garded na a charity, and tho Works Do parf.ment no n big Honovolonb Anylmn, but in tbafc easo it would purely bo bottor to entrust tho dinfcilbution to tbo Olmrltablo Instltutiono Dopartpmowfc. At all ovonta young mou luvvo now thoooiTOoL tip. Ik iu unuloaa wasting thoir timo and iugonuity in making themsolvoa mautoro of thoir fcrado. Tho ono thing needful ia that thoy uhould - marry and booomo fathora of f...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IT WAS QUITE RIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 July 1896

IT WAS QIUTI! IIXGEIT of Mr. Paddy Swifk, tho aboriginal who addroasod tho Aboriginoa Prot-ocfcion Aaao ciation tho othor night to reinonatrato againafc ooiulinp; all tho misaionarion to India and China whilst our own Aimtralinn blacka iroro no badly iu uood of missionary effort. Thoro is, no doubt, umplo acopo for MirinhianiRirii' ill tho noit'liborhood of La PoroiiBo and othor aboriginal gathoring placoa, only Paddy did not go quito far onough. It would bo poaaiblo to namo tho roaorta of whito hoitthon who aro quito an badly in nood of rofornialion aa Mr. Swift's compatriots, and to whom tho carrying of both Uiblo and blanknta would corttiinly not enmo amiuo so long aa thoro woo not too much of tho former and too littlo of tbo lullnr. Wo havo an indiatinol; rocollootion of roadini; rooontly tho report of aiiothor iniRBionnry organisation in which tho numhor of persona prayod with was vury considerably in excoss of thnoo Biipplioil with vlcUiala. PoaBibly thia wan unavoidnblo, aa i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 4 July 1896

--~--^/^€p£^ A canitary crcod — Cronmtiou.     The Oddfellows are 17,272 strong. The oddfellows make even numbers.     Tho yoarly crop of dead infanta increased. Id thin another of tho blconingB of Froo trado P     Mark Twain limitn hitnoolf to 300 cigars a month, and gonorally coni-umou nbont 8000 a yonr.     It in naid that Gludatono is undor n pledge to bin physiciana nover to malco another public opooah. There are some men who feel very deeply for the poor; indeed, they feel   everywhere except their pockets.         Tho amount of onorgy which nomo mon cxpond in trying to live without working conda thorn to bod dog-tirod every night in tho year.     Most people won't take to cremation because they feel that the temperature will be quite high enough afterwards without piling on any more f...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

QUESTION BOX. Equa : Soo noxt wook'a Hkfkkkk. , HA'RRY CQLEMAN, 3 ROV/E-STREET, Member of Sjrdnuy TnMoranll's and Vle torlun Club, Molliomiir, Is now Kxccutln/f Commisnioiiu on WARWICK FARM AND WULTER. CAULVIELI) nnd MELKOUIINEC'UPS, V.R.C. DERItY nnd MELR. CUP, V.K.C. UKAND NATIONAL STEEPLE, AND STRAIGHT-OUT, Also XI! Weekly liorso mid Pony Doubles, JPIB8T-CLAS9 SUPPLY OF XOBACOO AND OIQABS. All Cllnnto Munt Kncloon 8tn.mpod Knvnlopou Addreciiiod. Tolofrramn Koply Paul. No Koply no JluamcBiM. No connection iritli any other ncraou tho nnmo nanio In Rowo-otruct. WABWIOK FARM : 'TO-BAY. . , ? ? | ? Football. ? KOYAL AGRICJULTUEAL GROUNDS. RUUBY FOOTBALL HBUBY FOOTBALL. MONDAY, JULY 13. AT 2 P.M., NORTHERN BRANCH V CENTRAL WESTERN BRANCH. AT 3.30 P.M., WESTEEN BEANCH v NEW ENGLAND BEANCH. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. AT 2 P.M., NOETHEKN BEANCH NEW ENGLAND BEANCH. AT U.30 P.M., WESTEEN BEANCH V CENTEAL WESTEEN BRANCH. P. WEBSTER, Soorotnry. BILLIARDS.—Four of ALCOCK'S Boat TABLES aro to bo found...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

v 1 Hir\i ej\ Li ' Tho DorV-y Winner ' ia ntill padtlinpr H10 hoof uloiifr tho pntl» that lcnila to tho bluo ribbon of tlio Turf, and coniou up rorfularly for hid oalnry at tho ornl of tUo wcolc. This Bort of thttifr Una boon Roing on stoudily for I Bororal wooka, nnd though tho huit nigbts aro unuounuotl tho orondnd ntuto oF tho hcuso loada 0110 to suppono that it could continuo foe Bomo timo loiiuor. HofroTor, ohanffoa havo to bo mado npito of big businenn, and 'A Womaii'a RovniiKa' ia to tn.ko tho phvoo of ' Tho Dorby Wiunor ' noxt Sutarclnv uiaht. Alfred Woodn tokon n bonoflt on Monday aftornoon ot Har Mivjsaty'a Tiiuntro. Dr. M'Donaixh, J. M. Olmntor. and Jnmos Fiotohor aro linn, neon., oud Froil 0. Crano and A. A. Uriflltlin i»ro hou. truaaurora. Tlia jnyiiil Uiui O'Connor iochairiuanoC oomrnittoo. Anybody who wnntn to noo throo vory in tnrcntiiiR fomalon all ut onco hud bottor «o to .VJ1 Qotirnro-atrr.ot, whoro Lot'11 wift-, Nana, and Triltiy may bo Boon at 0110 and tho aamo ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

[?] 0r Warwick Furtn is tho order for to-day, And, if tho olomontu aro propitious, the club should havo a. fair day. Epsom and Metropolitan entries next Monday. A good lot m expected. Virago, who iu ongagod in tlio Uurdla linen at Warwick Farm to-day, juiupa woll and ia very fnat. A croan-oountry cliampionnhip (bipodo) will bo duoidud on tho Canterbury Park Racocourao thin afternoon. Tho Queensland horso Orvillo waa too strong a fiuislinr for Covrio Eoy in tlio Suburban Handicap,, and beat her by a length iu tho luat SOyda. Tho V.R.C. handicappor ratca Sinking Fund as good an Pickles, each of them being weighted at 78t 1131b for tho Lawn Handicap, to bo run at Flnmington to-day. IJillinrda continuo to entertain tlio mom bors of both tho old and tho now hotting clubs of Sydnoy ovory ovoning. Tho play linn bcoii vory entertaining, audpmjtinio for tlio cold cvouingo. 'We aro seriomdy threatened with golf ns a po)-ular liuld gamo. Why not shinty iib woll ? T-vo othor gaums of a not too ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

DISEASE DEFIED! HEALTH INSURED! CLEMENTS TONIC HOLDS THE 11EC0KD. Moro livoB saved by Clomonta Tonic than by all othor medicines combinod. A GENUINE ARTICLE ? COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS GENUINE. CLEMENTS TONIC IH SUCCESSFUL. EEAD THE EVIDENCE. Mr. R. Eaco Lowia, ' Portli.' Suthorland Btroot, Bt.Petorii, Now South 'WivIob, who writos in April, 1801: — ' Ib is with vory groat pleasure that I can boas: both my personal and written testimony to thovaluo of Clements Tonic, which haa workod n nmryollouu chango in tho health of my wifo,, who wan suffering . from uorvoiin dobility and oxtremu oxhausbion of tho nervous oyatom for somo yearn, bub Biiico : tukins; Clemonts Tonio uho lias boooma , noarly restorod to hor unual health and ntrongth. 1 onn with tho groatonb con« fidenco rccomraond ib to any who may bo aull'oring from loa.i oC ujtjmtito, or nor-- vouancisa in auy form. — I rotnain, yours faithfully, II. llaco Lewio, ' Perth,' Suthor land-ntrecb, St. Potoro, Now South Waloo....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. G.N. STEEPLECHASE. AN OUTSIDER'S HURDLE RACE. ROSEHILL MATTERS. Survivor's Double—Loch Fad Agnin. Newcastle Shapes Well—Cup Business. SELECTIONS FOR WARWICK FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

'''' A. r,i'i)rf-'r«A:,:'-i liif|S» ??A' %a ' l~/fT' TURF TALK AMD TIPS. «.N. STEEPIiKCHASE. AN OUTSIDER'S HUItDLE RACE. 110SEIHLL MATTERS. Survivor's Double— Loch Fnd Agniu. Kcwcastlc ISIinpos Well—Cup Business. SELECTIONS F0K WARWICK FAItM. (Ur 'THE CAPTAIN.') Dackkrb of horae3 raroly got a moro com ploto BUrpriso than they oxporiencod lnab Saturday whon tho rosulb of tho Grand National Ilurdlo Ili\co wan discovered. Tho favorites wuru found sadly wanting. All tho good judgoa, including ownora, trainoru, touts, and Btudonta of form wero equally at fault. Tho highly-triod Duugan, who waa good onough on tho fiat to boat fast horaua. ana okiinuiou ma jumps wicnout losing ground, utterly failed to show his backcro tho sort of porfonminco thoy oxpeclod of him. i'or a big hurdlo mco something vory smart on tho flat is generally neccB Eary. Tho liab of National winnoro in cludes Guoh a3 Miiiua, Tho Agent, Tho Yeoman, Don Quixote, Itodleap, and 'lim Si7ivollor. Thoao woro all horsoa of gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

ADVICE AND MEDICINE, 2a 6d. Dlt. A^UIJl) AUAHSIZ, A Jctfiilly (1'iiiliflod Medical IVuotllionor «nd Bur Koon. rugtatarnil in (in-at Britain, uud by tlio filcdicnl Hoard of N.3. Wnlen, Into of tho Hoynl Inllrtnary, Kdi»buri;li, and tJnivcrnity Cnllnjo Uonpitiil, London, noon 1'atlonta Daily ia tho City i?roviiiont D/ipunmiry, 6OJ UKOIIUK-STUEET, DEICICFIEM) HILL (Samo iildoan Town Hull. nourU.mlhiirn-ntront.) Jill. COIjId-WltlGIIT'S FISMAIjE TAK LISTS BEST0UK BKaULAIHTY NO MATTER WHAT C&UHIC Oil HOW LONG STANDING. TIicm Nanly-Dicaovorod TAULKTU nro a 1*031 T1VE CUKt:, Even in tho Mout Obntiuato Cnsea. 1'IUCE, 10a nud JL'l per box, Extra btronc Cnll or write— ZO JfOUK-STICEET, WYNr'AnD-SQf/ABB. Uox 07i-, U.V.O., Sydney. DH GIBBONS, 137 ELIZABETH-STREET, SYDNEY. DR. GIIIUONH, who in trouly-qujiliflnu and Ecgiotorcil, ban mndo a lifo-lonjr study of I'UI VATE, N10HVOU8, and 8KIN DISEASES, nntl has aincorercd tho -inioUc.it aud BUivJ ' ineana of thoroughly ourin;; them. ' YOUNG ME...

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THE WORLD'S SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

TJIK WOBLD'S BCUf JilNU CJIAMl'IONSUIP. Tho Stanbnry-IIardintr mntoli for tho world'o eoullingohampiout'liip and jC5C0a-oido ia to bo ro\70(l on Monday from Piitiioy to MortluUo. Tlio final dopomt of ..£200 aoidu vnin duo laeb night, and £50 wan to bo liandod to Stanhury for oxi'onsao. Tho lftteet advicoa woro that both mini wuro in good fottln, and that Stiuibury had pvofrroflBOil ualii.-faotorily iu hia f.rftinin«. Ho wan rntuor pronaod lor timo, howovor, and tlioio wna junt tho ijungor of hiu j[olu(f wroufr tlirouuli n too-lmrriod praparn* tlon, or of holug ohort of tlio tip-top form iiootuid for 0. olmmpion raoo. Condition ia thn thim? that winu, and fnr au titanbnry i« nluiiwl of Hording ii: olami, ho will ncfld to uo fairly woll to win. But if word corann on Sunday or Monday rnoniiup that lio in nil riifht thr.ni nood not bo inuoh foar as to tho xouult. Divr nooiiloatn, BUubui-y will atill romain champion, vphioh ivj)l bo nomo oowiotatlou nfl«r tho torrtVio altpok h|a family r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

tn and yet within Igr reach of all. '^7rA'rrTV-UlCl ? Cigarettes...

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uiver uips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

r1 ear [?] Thoso aro groat tunoa indeed, -u-pooinlly for thoso cautious parties who ' stavl by lino and lovol,' und know how closely they can run pant tho priaon gulo irithoutcuffcr ing tho unnoyanco of being thrust ineido. Au anecdote » ? « Cute Miiihtairo Moaou llozzleahtoin wnn hobbling homo from Gynngoguo whoa Bimplo Simon Smith mot him and naid, ' Good morning, Moiszloshtoin, how tiro you rubbing along these hard tiruoa?' 'Tlardfc dimes !' oxclairacd Moses, gloo fully. ' Vnt you call hard timi-si, hoy?' ' Why, tho prosont times,' returned nimplo Siuion; '? theao tiinoa whoa honost men who, but a Son yearn ago wore good for tmlimitod credit, can'b gob ovon u packob of Epsom saltn on truot to-d:iy, when Civil sori/ants aro boing thrown into tho Btroota to otarvo in scoruB, whon morcliiinta aro doing tho work of clorknmid oven cartora, and tho Insolvency Court 13 so chock full of buHincsn that the clorkB bavo bnruly tiino to read tiio cricl;ot telegrams.' 'Voll, nm crachiouu,' sai...

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SPORT BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

[?] BOXING. E'ret] Qunlkcr, ' miuo lioat' of tbo Star and Garlor, at a ' box ' iu n trout to v/ntoli. Ho thruv/u liiincolf into tho ootionn of tho con teutuntn tin it pnrt nud parool of oitlior, or both. Ki-crjr blow that reaolicn liomu han n yiiiiblo effect, upon him. Ho {;ol.n back frnrn it in truo miionUfio Bti'le, and omita n palnnblo ujili nt tlio fiamo timo ovciy point in tuo (,'iuiio ia obEorvod, nnil onnli clover effort oalln forth commondatory notice. Fred wanln to ontor tbo rjiiff liiniHoIf, and tiayn ho lian n ntiuidii)[j olittllonpo for Jim Atalanoy. -Qoorffo Sculo, bowovor, inainto tbut both must train, otherwiiio Lin Hquared oirclo will not bo available to thom. Thin (rivmi tlio nifair a hard amaoLc in tlm oye, usi noitlior would mir vivo a preparation. Knny-jitreut ia wlmrotboy want to live, and mnall blamo to tbou. Tvvoodio mid Bnnson, who providod nuoli n, Rood ei|,'Ut-voiiud.'-' cantcit onu aftornoon two or throo wooltn buck, will iiottlo tho question of superiorit...

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GEORGE'S BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

GISOKGK'S MU»aKT. Hurrah for GeorRo'n Bndfiut I It knookn Protuotion out ; Hurrah for QoorRo'n ourplun, That putn 'oin up tho opont 1 Wo aro a happy pooplo. And vrouporoun and troo j Go aliinb onoh uplro and ntooplo I Aud nhout thin foot iu dlco. ' Wo'vo Rot ft littlo nurplun, Ou pnpqr, oo thoy oay^ Aud farming oonupatiouti At laat bugin to pay. Tlioro aro no poor ntnrvin[f pooplo About with uoaou bluo ; Go olimb oanh npiro nnd otooplo, Aud flush thin nUtomont throuQh. It ia a wiokod libol To sny that Union nro bad. Thoy aro— no Goorftlo tolls un— - Tlio bont that wo havo had. Tho tlmon nro bright and roay. And wnuon on tho rino ?, Eaoh family's nmiff and aoay, Aud bluer nro tho nkion. Wo'vo moro to spend in liquor—* '1'in provod by thono roturna j Eaoh bloka lmn lioillitht a tiokor, - Aud savon tlio uorow ho earnn. Thoro aro no Olvil norvanta ' . Who've K°t tha oivll nnok. Thoy Hod who said tho futuro Was looking rathor blaok. Wo aro a, happy pooplo™ Our I'romior tnvyu wo aro I „ G...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

BOWLS. irixturon for to-day aro s— Anhllold v Glolin, at Wontwotth Park ; City v Wavorloy, at Wavorlny : StrathUold v Gt. Looimrdu, at BtmtliUolct i JJrljjliton v Iludforn, afc Lady Ilohiniion'o Uonoli j Kosaliill v Viotorio. Park,' at Pavrnm&Ua Purk j Novvlown v Manly, at Nowtown | ivnd i!(\hi)(iin v Itnudwiok, nt BiU nmiii. Given fliio wotitbov— mid npponrnnoon ftfc llio . timo of wilting indicate tlmt ntuto of nffami — thoro nlionld bo eomo oxoolloub i-ltvv, ho many of the clubn aro woll matched. Winnors may bo rotnrnod as followo:— AcliOoW, City, St. Jaoonardu, lladforn, Viotoiiu Park, N«w toivn, and Bulinain, tliouch tliBro is go muoh luok in tlio tamo ut timoa tbat ono can novor fool vory coulidont about nny of hia tips. Brighton Club's rink tonrnamont in now in fnll Btviiifr, and tbou«b no contcutn havo bo far takon plaoo, at ill oovoral oncajjeinantu aro lintotl for tho next few ireoka. All com ?petitam havo boou mado bonornry mombora of tho promoting body. It in nai...

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N The STUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

JW^j)c Conciliation Itoid. Ouly 1000 unomployod in Sydnoy. — Budgot Spooch. Tho Wiiatvulian Govornmont is going rv 'dookor' on loans. 'Suvoral whalon lmvo bonn noon blowing nloiitr tlio coast.' — Political itoin. What tho Govornmont fiooms to want ruoat at prouont iu A Football Kogulation Bill. Tho Hudgot npoooh thin your rouolvod itaolf principally into ft dialoguo botwoon Crick and Knld. Mr. Koid nnyo Iio rcn.An tho nonrnpnporo vory oarofully. U.o Holds tho D.T. imy how. Tho now National Anthom : — Gorsavo Qoovro Etiicl, U,o Rraiu!, 'Who «avu iv aurplun to tho land. Gornnvo our rihoIoub Ooorgo to roiijn Aud fako tho Uuduot ouoo ii|[oin. If tlio Hold policy can bring about nuoh gonorul pronpority in oix niontlio at tlio onmo rato of advance, ovory man in Now South Wftleu will bo a millionniro insido of nix yoaru. Tho tiok ourao lino apparontly taken tho piano of tho rabbit curno an a stook Parlia inontary qunation. Tho man who can in vont a tiok oxtorminator will bo nuro of a big G...

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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

ON THE WHEEL. Tho noxt now tyro will bo ono without an Innjor tubo. Tbo noorotary of a big company :tcllo nn Kncliah writer that ho ban soon it oil -a whool. lluttbonoiiptie will want moro than ' noon it on a whool.' Tboro nro lotn of pooplo 'who nay thoy Imvo boou tho i-oa aorpont. Tho Amorioftii tmtm — inalndincr John S. John Bon — in Puria ovoatod a vory ordinary impieH tiiou tboro, tiooordintt to a London writer, Tbo mon nay tbut tho Seine trade io too muoh Jianlcod. Porlmpn they are right, for it iu oaid that it iu oimply liko orawliui; round a wall. Mont of tbo Loniruo raoini; mon aro about to ito intotrainiiiK for tbo Winter Carnival on tho 15tb nud 22nd of noxfc month. Wrilinpr from Colombo ou Juno 9, J. W. Paroomi roportud thufc bo was quito woll, eiijoy ing tho noa voyai;o, aud tnkiiift jdonty of oxaroiuo. JEIo wau nob morn than a pound hoavior than wbon ho left Victoria. Whilo nkippin;; oij dook ono day bin wntob and chain woro jorkod out of hia pooled, aud into tho ooa. ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 July 1896

[?] fir *)y -*&*-? *Z22~~ y^rl cm ,i if / I he e-Tr«--l(fv rjilIE Annociutioti Cup ia done with. -»- lUiitlwicU tuko it. They may fill it. to tin) brim and drink llio 1 1 (sn.lt h of all and Biimlry, including Wulluroo. * fc a Bufc, by Jovo, it xrjis tho closest thing iiungiimblo. 0 points to 5. ITovr did tho Watlnroo follows piny up. 'I'hoy played up well, mid played up old Hurry too. It vnio ft frightful gnma; very willing ia tho ftrcifc half, but damnably no in tho Bccond. It v/oji tho wildcat of wild Bcrnmblua lit timuo. Our friend, Janico Maciniuuunoy, Iina been (fiven n. lot of credit for ordoruiff two mon off tho fiold iioni: llio fini.-ih. I don't givo him too much for thia. Ho should hdvoordoi'od Imlf iidozunoff fully a qiiiU'tor of rin hour buforo. It uiakou a lovor of football cuid to boo buoIi dinplayo na w«t luxvo E(!(in tliis aonHon. Tlio ' la Jfaobbn.ll Brutaliiiinji; ' diaoiiHRiou rncms to lmvo structi n, timo v/hou one hna to anawor ' Yob.' Tlio Wontworth — ...

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