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SPORT BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

[?] BOXINO. Mr. Foloy'n privtvto atliletio display, flrotl for ^Tuesday noit, promiHoa well in ovury rospoot. A largo nnd noloot (fnthoriDfj of pro minout paoplo, mililary and oiviliau, \b oortain, wbilo tlio nroirruinmo drawn un loaVPB notliimr to bo dcoirod. £11 pamunt it may bo jast us well to remind our navy, military, and polioo foroos tlnit ontrino for Mio boiing ivthI niiifjlo Btiulc tonrnauiciitu cloeo next Weduoiidny woek. At lant it han oomo. CirifTo tlio inimilablo ia in duranco vilo, nud if tho judge's dictum oounts for aiiytliiriff will romiiin iaaido hiifh fltono wuIIb, iron (jivton soourod by poworful looks of intriituto vrorkmnnnhip, ami yiiardoil by stalvrnrt bluo-oontod (fd'try, till tho torm of tnolvo montlm tiiin oxpirnd — for what? Woll, our sourco of information (Joo Oioyiinki in a latter to tho woll-kiiowii nport of thin oily, Mr. P, E. Diamond) doen not partioularido, n8Bumril)ly% riuloun heliaviour is nt tlio bottom of it; but tlio Bentoiioo ia ro nnvoro 1 P...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

[?] A pood Bij;n fora boot nliop — ' Tho Trilby.' JSancw Mooro oponod to a groat boom ia Adolaido. Tlioro ia tv tonor nin£or ovor in Now Zoalaud who will bo heard of ono of ihasei days. Gladys Loiu'i is nuin^ Qoorija RtRiiold for .£300 damu[;on for nlloyud brennh of contract. tlnmlv n f-»rKnrirt fnrtin mifc in ]\n n mail n-* rtf n. fiver or bo instead of Iho thounande that woro talhod oL I». J. Iiolir and Edwin Condi, jnn., nro onco more in Now Zmiland. Thin timo with llio Qodfroy company. J. 0. Uain, ' Australian Chovalior,' is RnininR much kudos with Qodfroy'o company ill Now Zunlnud. JCruulc Absolob, tlia well-known KUn-epinner, ia with Frobaauo mid Fiutny'a (Jircua ia Dunodiu, N.Z. Gliorlio Tnylor and Ella CarriugUm sailed, for India on Saturday. Tboy will tlma bo ahoud of Tommy iiuduou. Lily T ithunultfii in pcutty and elovor. nud will fully iiiniiituin tho reputation of hoc popular and ronpeated futlinr. Irvo Hayiimn, Mib. Harry Mftrnhall, and company ntartod thoir tour at Mud...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

BOWLS. Anolhor off day to-day, insofar as Associa tion flituroH nro conoornod. Only a lew friendly intor-olub frames will bo oontnBtod. Noxt Saturday jb to soo tho last batch of thin yonr'f) cu(rnp-)me!ii.fi. as arranged by (ha frovorniiiff body, and for tho oiipaintr twelve montlm it lnui boon doarcod that pcurctariun bIiu.I1 havo a nay in drawing up programmem, as in donu iu aounoctiou with all otlior paeLimoij. A vaptno rumor roaolion hh, bnt it oomos from nuob n.11 anthontic quartor that wo feol oomitraiuud to uotino it. A certain club i« to bo qniotly tnboooil by povoral otbora, and if thoro in anything in llio itiformation nunplicd, tbo body iu quoBtion will liavn uomn diflloully in arranuiiifj innotiiij!B. Wo don't Touch for tho accuracy of I bin, but nn boforo ntnlod tho Eiourco whnnoo it ppruuc in good enough to warrant our giving tbo report publicity. ABhfiold Club ombraopH amonjr itn mombora norno onto nud onthuniaHlio ' 110I0 ' plivyei'H ; but our par ro tho luiiuhvielc ...

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FOURTEEN MILES IN FIFTEEN MINUTES. THEY were [?]wopping lice about bush roads. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

FOURTEEN MILES IW FIFTEEN MUTES. They woro swopping liea about buuh rondo. 'You talk about travolling,' said tho old maa with tho rnggod wliiukors; 'tra- ' volliu' in this country's nothing Hko it waa' ono timo. Why, boyn, in '00, whon I waa runnlu' tho mail ovor to Jtoli'ii hollow from ? tho Blcck Mountaiu, in ono placo ' wo always todo 14 inlloa in 15 inlnuton.' ? 'Jack,' criod a voloo from tho othor aulo'of lilio nivmj) JIko, 'you'ro ft ? Hjvr, ? You always lmvo boon 0110 1' 'Hold on now,' replied tho old man?' ' hold on now. You won't fflvo mo timo to , flniiih what I was iiaylh1 — You dorn fool, wo did untor rMo .1-1 milnu in l(i minutos. I'll bob any man In tho crowd a flvoi% Any ouo botP Nobody rojiliod. ? 'INo; well I'll toll yo. Wo utter io tahe ? a short ciiifpr U I Boo P' 1 ?„?' — - ? -..- — -^. . ...I, . , '

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

[?] 9*. Andy Newell had a birthday last Sunday. Congratulations to tho bowler. I always thought ho wna a ohado moro. than 20, although recolluot now that an Adul^'ido paper roforred to him last January ns a boy. Coningham lma applied for a porniifc to play with tho Globo. Ho haa taUe-n. Toddy Williamson's nliop, and Ls living neat doos to it, ho I suppoBo ho'll havo th(S application granted, although thoro aro whispers that ho mny not. So long as a raiin is a ceaidoiifc, and cao show that ho intends to remain BXich, ho should cortninly bo given a pormit. Tlio funny part of Connie's removal from Wavorloy ia that Loo Abrnm.'i Unora nothing about it until everything had baou Bottled. Loo hadn't a finder in tho pie, which 13 something now for him. Alf Noblo.of Paddiugton, lma established (i rooord an a member of tho Double Bay C.C. Ho playod several rnatchos with tlmm laat your for an averaga eoniowhoro between 100 and 200, and tlii.i yoar ho has gono to tho wickolH throo times without ...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Straight shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

[?] Tho Europoan dynnuiito business shown Blguii of u revival. News of tbo week, mostly MothodiBb Union and Christian Kudoavor. It iH a uoticuablo fact thab butcborn' wIvob and daughters aro gonorally fat, and have lovoly complexion.-). . Tho promoter of tho Dunlop Tyco Com pany made two ami a half million pound* in eight months, Thia is enough for any man to ro-tyro on. Mr. Drunker ban boon buoy counting Cliown. Thuro aro now only 10,314 pigtails in Now South Walea. How many of them aro married p ? ♦ ? Lyno is coolcsuro that he is going to bo booo of tho next Government, but thoro is n. viily wink bohind Qeor«o ltoid'u glass oyo whenever this matter is iiiontionud to hini. » v ? Thoro ia a certain prominent hotel in -vu Australian city wliuru tho girla ouiployud rarely utop very long. They always toll thoir friondn on buing first engaged that tbo boBH iu a good nort, but afterward ? ' Somo womon,' naya Mra. Lynn Lyn ton, ' must noeds cat of tlio Truo of Know ' lodgo, but theso tiro...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

FOOTBALL. Tho Fourth Junior victory by Woollahra Juniors gives tho Eastern Suburbs afc least ono Bet of medals. I don'b reckon kand wiok a local team, most of thorn live in liedfern and South Sydnoy. The Woollahra Juniors arq a clovorteam, but tho occasion was too great for somo ot them. A fow bits of thoir passing^ ho« ovor, would havo dono credit to u. Senior team. Tho Nowtown Second had bad luck during ono poriod of fiftoon minutca in tho sacond half of tho final. Thoy compelled the winners to forco four or fivo timoa. Soino of thorn played very woll, but thoy would h&vo done bettor had thoy played an open garao, and givon tho backs a chance. Ouo of them was as proud as a poaoock of what ho had to ohow— baro toes, baro arms, &c. Tho Nowtown mon wont low at Honlon on Saturday, and generally succeeded in stopping, and often ia upsetting, tho long man. Honlen tried tho poBitiou of fivo oighbhs, bub was nob a success ; bhon half back, ditto. Eventually ho drifted to w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

n C.OJJ1PI-1OTE» RUJCol^D ' '?? 'BqBjDn iflsj-pd. , jteWttnnotlaa by T. W. GARttET*?, . J linua, wm'ntiVTa wivte «tun». k '?'cricket1- Qtlltcd by JOHN C. DAVIS f I .*?*»*»? *-0*f.'i ' ', ! !? ^ ftfWJiiaw'o, V. li. TOTjuiia, t. « ir. »ieSft'riirS|' ' ( ,i j 1 ' ^.J,?r«;ffiSOaii,«(DW*»JiiJ.oiiii«ffR».niriva.1* ? I » ' b «. O^ftwosra ?»-! tfum tiiVlsurtHw/ ? ? ' J I _ Ml'tftfatf ufesijiSsttt t^^tuaiii u«ut»u( '(isiftara OMlTBnn^TOT bv yoBT.'iyal'8'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

?run ' TtTEBVHS AND ULOO1) CUiiKU. JLx Kcnroua Dabiiily, r«sxi.t VilaTity, TiirieoiSte. Youthful FoiUoii, cored by ALVAI.IWH TXTALITV niiLS. Rpecinl pov-.itlnl cmnrvc. «-i fid ; onlimrr ctiunio, SStM &lj nmall Unix, Ua nnd I2g. Blood Dwonxcd, Klriclure, i-'«iMIiix«, lilost, Dfacltaiv**, luul ftmai cured i^rmrtntiitly fcy AI^C-VUK.K LOCK J'U-I.H. I-rino »mo dh ViCnKty Illta. Kcntl for Pr«o I'aiiphlit, u-ltli Ktl jwr6o«riu-f. CorrnmK-ii-loura! confidQiiUuL t-XfJXOte.ikinaauinJttm UKUIS KAKSM USSKN, UanF^h (IcrJuiIiii*, ^ Bi7 GeorKC-fitreet (hcix Li«'rp-io!H5lxca!sl, Slvtmer. 2-6; boxa-fiue' monstetk -£-6 ( PRIZE LIST ) IS KOW OFK3T OJf TITH CAXJLFIELD CUP, CaolficM. Orfotier rr. ISffiL 3123 | 23.000 a-jt 2-ff | aCCK. MH2r.jI$OTJTWSr.E CiTJ?v neminjrion, Txntuzinx. Kot. S, I5DUL C250 | 50.000 at 2-S [ «Sliat-_ For tuTI p.iriic«l-ir.i rearl r.rroiiTnrtt. He mrrc iticl ttdUrr.aH jour loUm, j. iiovv'KrrKJt: (Lttsi .if UnuRana), I Eldtaa CIiam.!KSn!» l.'Mniuihatli-atruat,. llolitir...

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THE COLUMBINE'S CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

THE COLOiaBI^E'8 CBIEylE. Kitty Barkor, tho columbino ab tho Komblo Thoatro, pauaed within tho shadow of .tho atugo-door, and, turning up tho collar of hor capo — tho aotrachan waa ft littlo worn, but it utill bad a profooBional look— oho contemplated tho falling rain, with u weary lack-luatro oye. Morning wna not far distant, and atill tho utago ot tho Komblo waa aa full of activity aa tho interior of a respoctablo beehive. Ro hoaraftlouccooded rohearaal with ocarcoly a moment'o breathing opaoo. Firat tt waa tho principal:!, thon tlio choruu, thon tho great -military ballot, tho uconory, tho harlequinade, and goodnuso only known what oluo. Kitty folt faggod and norvoua, an woll she might; and, V7I10U oho onddonly felt a hand on hor uhouldor, ohe sprang at least nix inohea from the pavemont and lUtorod a suppressed scream. 'Don't bo frightened,' aaid a fominino voico at hor olbow ; ' there ia nothing to bo aiarmod nbonb. You aro Kitty Barker, tho qolumbino at tho Kemblo, aron'tyoaP'...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

I ? ccuTTmootrr,. ? 'THE ARROW' PRIZE COMPETITION. I :, /S%- ?? ? ?*(? THE I Sbwot i CONDITIONS: I [/ jfjEOj /^~\ ' ! Oat out tho Coupon, fill in tho nnmon of tho horfloB oolcotod, »l|[ii your imiuo nml a-ldro«Ui and roturu tho , I) ' I.L '//L.. // \A tM. m - « tm- n i5» ? ? ? ;} ? ?? ? Coupon, with n jjonny Btixmji onolotiod, iu mj ouvolopo, uddronood i H i d&f. idiZ\U ? \\ nni SBI L *? wl' ta«i,WKM- mv. ? ; 'canvv^i-xmi^ -tub auhow.' (' ^T '(V^V'f/ WWV1W»'»«i ?? ? ? J07 AND 109 VOKK-BTKICET. SYJDNEY. \\ * '' ' '., i Tlio Ooropotltor who nnmo» tho Two WlimluKjtornon will recoito tlio JCSO prize. (*'!,,! 'TXWX' i ?).-Ti.M-'.:' ? ? ' ? ;.''^.',V.'.VAV,V»«'.'.'«.'«n'' i I'moro tlmn ouo oomnetltor puooB oorroolly tlio prlso inouoy will ho proportioiiataly dltldoil. , »' '''?'^?-- - -.«:-'' To Win MEIiIlOlmNb tUP. i £ Bpoolal 1'rlio at £10 will bo given to tho ooiupotltor nhoiio oouiion, licarliiR Hio coirnot uolutlon, viubt i /f'^X ' bbaoiiku tho Kdltor. ' n . //''V^.fn*, ,,.»....

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Quiver Quips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

if Mm 'V ' - [?] Tho Itandwiek Dorby of 'OG has boon run iiiid won, and — woll, quito 11 uumbor of clover people, including.'' Youra Truly,' walkod homo by the dirt road ns usual. From an artiatio point of viow it was Ilia worst ridden race I ovor Baw outside) of tho C'hinoso Umpire, and if it is truo that all tli© joeknya rode to ordors, tho niou who gave thoso orders ought to hire themsolvoa out ns hnarsujdrivora at tho flint oppor tunity that offors. Tho Souduu donkoy could have oovored tho course in quickor tiuio, mid carried the llou. John Lucas on hi3 back ns woll. * ? ? And now, dearly bolovod bretkron (an tho clergy ouy), tho Derby being ovor, what uro tho luBsona we should learn from tho result of thut uvunt ? ? ? ^' ? Ono lesson ia that 11 great deal of monoy can bo mado by keeping cloar of raco c.oursoR and racoa altogether. Tho groafc English joukoy Fordham was ouco riding out of tlio saddling paddock into tho 'straight' when a friond stopped hint und whiHixjrod, ' Georg...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
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TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") A.J.C. SPRING MEETING. FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

TG-DAY'S TIPS. ^ ,. (Br r PILOT.') A.J.C. SPUING MEETING, FOUETH DAY— Satuuday, Sbptekleb 19 HIGH- WEIGHT HANDICAP: BONANZA ? ? 1 Sur-Kitu ? 3 Armenia or Abtowomrh ? 8 MEMBERS' HANDICAP: HUBET ? 1 Adoration ? 2 Mosaic ? ?. ? ,'{ ' STEEPLECHASE! CHKIS... ? 1 Kboki.kss J ? 2 BUHIIMA.N » ? ... 8 WAVEBLE Y HANDICAP : BESPONSB ? .;. 1 Thr Tiuob ... ' ... ? 2 Leonidab ? ... 8 KANDWICK PLATE: FOET ? 1 Tibb ? 2 Tnuo Blue ? ? 3 FINAL HANDICAP : RA0KA110CK ... ? 1 Patrona ? 2 Cbavat or Clivb ? 3

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "JUBILEE PLUNGER". [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

THE 'JUBILEE_PLUfiGER.' Ernoat Bonzon, nt latent ohji^ing nt Market Hotel, fjtation-Btroot, BirmiD^luvin, woa rncoutly fiuiuuiom.'d by Waltur Wnlliu for rofusini; to pay n cub furo iiuiountin^ to Osj. Dcfondmit did not nppour, und PoHoo-Oonstublo Iticlumlnon nnid ho bo - liovod ho lind boon lu'rcutod for debt on tho , provioun cvonitu;. Mn^iBtnitco' Clork : 'Ho iu known na tho 'Jubilco Plunynr,' ia ho not ? ' Mr. Dakort ' Y«H,ftnd ho wroto iv book ' How I Loot X200.000 in Two Yoara.' ' Tho ciibnuui onid lio drove do foiid.uit to r houoo nnd waited tluuo for him. Ho drove a Iiuly homo, Buuzou ntntinj^ that liu wan not f?oiiiR honio that night. Whim ho naw Ik'iizon lalor mid uskod for 6a fnxe, ho replied, ' Fiddlodo do, nnd bo ? to j'nn.' Tho Honcli mado . an ordor for payment, mid iucludod JJa Od for tho oabnmu'H losd of timo. At tho County Court, Birminghnm, on July 2-4, Bonzon waa ouud for .£10 duo to Mr. T. B. Sharp, onginoor, moufty lout. lb waa thoro utntoil that Bonbon v/a» alr...

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HOW THOMPSON SUBSCRIBED. HE WANTED THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

HOW THOMPJS'ON SUB SCRIBED, ;:^ HE WANTEI) THE RAILWAY. Om- THOStrBOH had earned a reputation for meanuyes such an no man in that park of Now South Walca will ever attain again. Hundreds of timea tho cloao-flated old Bhaver had boon attacked by collectors for local ohnritu'B, but nob one or thom could boast of haviug 'drawn blood.' Somo fifteou years ago tho district — aided by ita M.P. and several land-grabbing syndicates, wan gutting up an agitation on a large Bcalo for a railway from Landnond ro Ilngiutho mud. Thompson was ouo of the richest won iu the district, and ownod a lob of tho .best ground thereabouts. In tlio ovont of tho promotorn 'pulliugthe railway off' tho lino would : necnssanly have to uubb through tho old okinlliub's land ; which meant, in all human , probability, Boino thousands of pouudu by way of ' coinpensation ' nnd a greab in cruaao of value to tho property. Tlio dia triofc resolved to invite the then Ministry ^onoot' tho late Sir Henry's) to iiiRpnct tho co...

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THE LADY IN DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

THE LADY IW DISTRESS. (Fob tub 'Abiiow.') Wo havo got, so runs Iho ditty, A very hoalthy city, ' A harbor deep and fine j A now pbst-offlco clock, Which givoa tho town a shook Jby striking ninefcy-nine. *Wo lately havo boon ablo To run our cars by cable, ' With moro or loss snecoss; Wo'vo got both gas and water, Wo'vo alao got tho daughter Of ssnieone in diBtross. ? She's most antiquo, wo fancy Her luiiuo. ia Suo or Nnucy, ? Or Kate or Mary Jano j Or Alildred, May, or Voro, Or Rose, or Kuth, or Sarah, Or maybe Uridgot plain. She unsworn up to Polly, To Miwgarot or Dolly, To Emma, Maud, or Graco ; Sho'nnomotimes cullud Uusuunah, But iu her modoat manner Tho ' lady ' you may traco. Wo might not so admiro her If sho were called Snpphira, Which ib her proper naino; Hut when aho signs as ' Mabel ' Wo'ro not bo apt or ablo To drop unto her gnmo. Sho plays upon our feoling, Pathotically revealing Her troublo through tho Prcsnj For if tho charmer only Is feeling tirod and lonoly, Sho ' ad.'...

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WHY ARE WOMEN AFRAID OF MICE! DIFFERENT THEORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

WHY ARE WOMEN AFRAID OF MICE* DIFFERENT THE0HUS8. A wibb amull boy ouuo aakod, ' Why aro womou afraid of mice aud catH ain't?' Thab boy had evidently beon thinking. Tho quostlon itnolf showa that tho child was naturally of a thoughtful framo of mind. It iu to bo hoped ho lived to bo au alderman or something. There i» moro in tho question than mi^ta tho oyo, ' Why ara women afraid of mico p' ' Wo havo tii*n remind Mil 1.1 1 In iic/iliiom f^ ..... ? it . . ing mon, but none of them ovor uiiumod ablo to afford im a fiutiafao tory solution. Wo havo aakod wonion but thoy oilhor oannot or will nob toll why. Several theories havo boon boon ndvancod by nmlou who havo riven tho matter conaidoration. One ia that tho littlo dears roally do not dread mice, thoy merely want to show their aukloii, Thin cannot bo correct, booauao women with loan fihanku, who undor ordinary oiroum atancoa would almost dio boforo thov Bhonrod thoir oxtromitiou, ovon to thohr bout friomlB will hoist thoir skirts porl...

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TOMMY DIDN'T WALK, BUT HE GOT THERE JUST THE SAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

TOMMY DIDN'T WALK, BUT HE UOT THERE JUST TUB SAME. 'You nro lato for school again this inoruing, Tommy M'Nab,' said tho bush Bchool ma'aiu, looking round for tho ciwio. TJiia is the fifth timo this week you havo MHlltuu fttw UUIIVWt f *L W-- J. J. * VVlHU I1UJIU I Wliat havo you boon doing ? Answer quickly.' Littlo Tommy M'Nab, who has boon hunting lizards along tho I'diioob, coinos limping up to the Bohool 'ina'tiin'i) desk, a looked of injured inuooonoe in his oyo. ' Ploase 'm, I oouldn't get horo no Boonor, so I couldn't, 'in. I hurt mo foot, 'in, ao I did, 'in,' 'Hurt your foot? How did you hurt your feutP' ' Ploaso, 'oui, father's old groy 'orae trod ou 'oin this morning, 'm.' ThiB is a Ho. Tommy knows ib is a Ho, ro dooa tlio toachor; but ib is uccoaBary, for tho aako of examplo, to convict tho lia'r oub of hiiioiYU mouth. ' Oh I you hurt your foot, Tommy, did you? And how did you muuago to walk then P' ' Urn, ploaso, 'm— I— um— didn't walk, 'in, I authored !'

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PUBLIC SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

PUBLIC SCHOOL SP0ET3. Following nro tho liuiidioapa for ovontn at tlio Pubiia Schools' Athiotio Association Wporls ut tbn S.C.G. to-day : — Two Mii;b».— AV. L. Korr, scratch j T. Fitz Patrick, J. U. Holdsworth, P. E. Marflclun, 100yds; T. Wutt.i, (J. II. Now, 135; li. Horlyn, 145 ; II. Sar Krut, ISO; P. K. TlioiunBon, 1C5; A. K. Uuduoii, 17i; O. Urnlinin, KJDj J. F. IiabUiimUi, 24U; A. F. Jtnttor,2ttj L. Urldgn, MOj T. li. Sniitli, 118'); J. Wnlioy, 1100. IIalv-Mub.— First hont: AV. Ij. Korr, narnteh ; T. FitiymtrieU, 1'. K. MhrHduu.iaydu; A. K. llud Ron, 45; W. ,1. Iloyian, OH ; J. V. Babiliniiki. 115 ; U. U. IlHTrtsnn,70; T. L. Smith, 7.'.; li. JUretimll, HKi. Second hoat : «. C. Unmiltou, W.'ydB; .1. O. Hold worth. K5; Ii. Horlyn, 40; 11. 8ari;«ut. 4S ; O. F. l-on({inuir, C5 ; W. liarriuk, 70 j A. J. UriiUth, 7!- ; 3. A. Mniloy, «0. ?

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 19 September 1896

ON THE WHEEL. ParaoiiR, ncoording to an iutorviower, told them in Now York thathn holdnnll Anstralian records and all tho obnmpiounhips, and also thia nice fuiry tale : — '' Tboy havo stopped tliti paced vacua in Australia, as tho ridorn cluimod that I bad an r.dviuitatfo in catchiiiir thn paoinij maobindo with my low goar of 72 or 7(iiu uguinst tho othor gears of 80 to til!. Thin was brought ubout mainly through 'Billy' Martin, who started a peti tion, wliinb wan signed by tho othor ridorn, nnd Tvhioh brought ubout this ro.iult. I think the best 111011 in Auntruiia at present nro Mogiion and ' Hilly ' Martin, tho okl-timo bix day Aniorinnu champion.' Ho talka of ro turuing in November. Acaording to Drarinqfj to band this weok, ' thu world's record,' which wo board about by oablo aa porformud by Parnons, wno n good way from tbo bent that has boen dono. Tho trial was on tho Coliseum trnolc, Chicago, iind nt night ho only managed 2inin 1 2 5soc fur thn milo owing, it is uaid, to bad p...

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