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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

ON THE WHEEL. Thono who so to UoBohill on tho ocoiwion of tho Eighe-hour Domonatration on Monday wook will doci a couplo of good cyolo racon provided by LuciBuo ridorn. In tho H 'Ho « end 3 milou handicaps, Simpson, U ISnca, Dairiaoii, UarkinB. Brown, T. P. JoUnoou, and many otbor good onot) aroontorcd. Bouidesa £50 1 milo handicap, in v/hicli a.11 tho boat ridorn, inoludina; Martin, M'Donnoll, Mcadhnm, and Daviuon, nro ouKairod, thcra aro a 5 milca aoratob raoo and 3 miloa h;vnfKcap_ in tho Loafjno pro^rammo tliin ft/toruoon, which, moana that tbo uport will bo Al. Tlio Kal main Promior Coldtitroam Band will piny, arid another fiuo Horn will bo tbo offort of Elliott, Martin, aud Moadbam to break t!io triplet record.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

§'THE ARROW' INSURANCE COUPON. SPECIAL!/? GUABANTEEU BY TJIK NEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO., N.S.W. BlCANCIl— 81 PlTT-STBEKT, SYUNKY. To lvliom NotJco or Clulm, uiuler Iho followliiB conditions must bo sent to tli« ubovo A-1-1ichh. within bcvcu iluyii nttm- tlio Accident. £100. £100. £100. £100. INSURANCE for HEADEKS of 'THE AltitOW.' ONE HUNDRED POUNDS WILL BE PAID BY TICK AIK)VE COMPANY TO THE LEO AT, KEPKESENTATIVE Oh' ANYONE WHO IS KILLED IiV AN ACCIDENT TO A TRAIN, STEAMBOAT, OMNIBUS, TKAMCAR, Licensed COACH, or Licensed CAB within tho Colony of New South WnloH, in wMch the deceived wnd nu ordinary paramiirn r nnd not, a rnilitny or other rcrTnnt on duty; or nlm Blinll havo tceu futully injxiroil thereby (should death result within ninety dujB of sueh neoident). INSUItANCE FOR CYCLISTS. Tho nliovo nroaunt of ONIO HUNDUKI) POUNDS will he pui.l nlioulil death occur from accident whilst ridiui; a ejelo (cxclndinB ruciiiB), aulijcct to tho conditions horoiu berura not forth. PR...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

FOE LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c, Take a couplo of Flotchor'a Pills ovory socoud night; they urn u prompt and sure euro, and givo certain ruliof. FJjIOTCUKH'B PILLS nro a quick, sure, und reliable reniudy for all complaints aris ing from torpid liver, indigestion, weak stomach, and impuritioa of tho blood. Thoy are prepnrod on rational aud souuible linen, and do not contain a particle of calomel, gamboge, or any dratitie purgative, but operate by perfectly natural 'menus, by otuuulating tlio liver and increasing tho flow of bilo, and thin producing oaay ovacuationa and natural catharaoi without; tho nuuoynuuQ and pain of griping and purging. Beware of many harmful nubatitutoa on Bale iu many shops. Nouo are geuuinu unless they bear tbo uignaturo of .F. Moore ClomontH on tho outside wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIC aud FLETCHER'S PILLS have become auch household words that imitations aro frequently ottered. Wo contend that thia imitation is t...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

c «- W m&-'' ^* J ?* ^ [?] Wavorloy's firafc olovon play tho noxt fifteen to-day at tho Oval. It is a two days1 luutcli, and soiuo colts aroto bo Riven iv trial. Tho ovnl is boing enlarged and improved, nnd its uppoaranco if) croditablo to William Boll, tho carotakor. 'J'liia aftornoon Wontworth Park will bo the scono of an oni:a|!omcnt bo twonn 15 colts jtnd tlio Senior cloven, l'auuoll has tho jlHcli in good trim. Colts' matches aro fasliioimblo, and most oE tho club3 aro oponing vritli thom. lted foru are not out of the running. Carotukor Croswtck haa dono bin sliaro in putting tho Kround in pood trim, and socrntnry Allon is rounding up tlio plnyors, amongst tho ' now nion boin^ cx-Notvoastrians, oxAlol burnians, mid ox-South Sydneyitos;. I am pleasod to noto that in a roforonco last issuo to tho scores given by ' F.S.I.' in tho S.M.II. a for ireoku ago, a foot-note tlinu pointed out that they woro compiled from cabled information, and accordingly woro liable to correctio...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Straught Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

**-— — ^^f^%-!Pl/€^ I Dynamite boom buratod. Fcur a fat man Georgo Eoid poaaesoes a marvellous ninuuut of energy. m ? ? Tho Powora will uhortly bo busy carving 'Turltoy'; but tho old Sultan bird in tough. Kowahihi ntid Wiognnd, compatriots, and both from tho flame pnrt of Franco, ought to havo ft nico timo totiothor whon they got to giddy Paris. it ♦ ? When tlio Premier 1b nob ^ngngod in promoting prosperity no aswtao to bu pro- ? ?'? mating charity,', and yet theru is n '. difference betseatm thb two tbinga. ' Plonno, Mr. Butclior,' said tho Rydnoy ' nmall boy, whoso Mia lino oont him round for tho morning microboa, ' don't givo mo any tuborouloBio if you can cau-cor.' For tho bouciflt of tho I.O.G.T. pooplo it may bo mentioned that only onu imvn in the Biblo aukod for wator, and ho was in boll. An incorruptible politician Iiiib boon dia covorod — in Now Zuulaud. Tub Anitovv Buruiinoa that ho iti bronze, and probably occupiou n nicho In tho lobby of tho Nan Zealand llouno of Legisl...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

Orlnhnl Untn, nil Oiino, full nbo, fin Oil, Tnn T,nir iipi«il«ll.y. JIK.K Kimmonii, lliiynmi-kuL Oxford nnd Uooibo ulroolii,* ' Hilly Wnrln-lolt li.iji rp.O|ionpa I.nvomlur liny RolPut Swuuiii iw; H:,ll,«, ,„„» fom,,,,, „,„, |,|llb,, ^ proof wlro noltln^. .Simnoii o^ou.-i Boiitombor l.« Fnolbnlln 1\riittih It, (id Oil, Huiinrinr Hi Oil fSII lmrt'n ICi. YoHllin Ho. 1. «., 0,1. All ?' .? il,' |« nil -a will, 1I..I qimUtjr ]to-l llladaJr. MiVk ii uu'» linvmnrkal.* ' I)op,t 100 Osf.m .jtro« . A flr»l.ol,in» usuortmouX of orlokot matarful to nolout from.* .Tim Hoiirlo linn oponon jioconil lot of oiloUoli Imta and wiokot-koojilnj kIovoii; frorj 0 1 ua to tlio 01mm plonn, Hcpnlraanpdolnlty, al rmjtCrl^Aronilo.* '

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIS AUSTRALIAN TEAM. The Johnnies Won't Come Marching Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM. Tho Jolmniua Won't Como Alurolilnir Homo. tBr ' Jawoonk.') uur man aro not aomiutf liomo aBain.oli.doar' oh, dear! Tho' tliny'vo mailo lotj of oasli, 'tis plain ob rioar! oh, dour I ' ' They'vo doiio ao well llioy don't want to dia band. But will pluy for ovor tlimiighout tho Innd ? Aud whilst tlio uioiioy atill c.diiioh to Imml ' Thoy dou'6 want to ootuo liomo any moro. Tlio Council Raid, ' Coinu homo you must ' oil. doar I oil. dunr I ' Tlio inniinffur'H tongiiu in liis oliook ho thurnt on, (lour! oil, dour I His iroubloH about tho Caunnil'K ruj;o ? llii'll work tlio timm a-i Im ilous tho uti'i/o ? And ovory inombar lio'll ro-oii(;n[;», ' So thoy can't oomo homo uny moio'. Tho nrnmiso to roturn thoy all iijiioro, oh doar f oh dour I Tho' tlioy'vo plonly of cash thoy titill want moro, nhdnui-l oh dour I And t.lio Iiiloronloniiilit eftii |»o to pot ? Their troulilo.) if wn Iomii tlio lot, ' An to bronnli of faith, wliy tlml'n all rot And thoy won t oomo homo any...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. RANDWICK PLATE DAY. A Steeplechase Disaster—Tire Shapes Well, but Wanted a Pacemaker. Morocco Improves—Bethel and Loch Leigh—True Blue. Carries Weight. SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY. Preparing for the Cups—Left-handed Work—The Shop Doubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

[?] TURF TALK AND TIPS. BANDWICK PLATE BAY. A Stcoplccliaso Disaster— Tiro Shapes Woll, but Wanted n Pncoinaker. Morocco Improves — Bethel and Loth Leigh — True IJIuo Carries Weight. SELECTIONS FOB TO-DAY. Preparing Tor tho Cups— Left-handed Work— Tho Shop Doubles. (Bt 'THE CAPTAIN.') The Spring Meeting proved to bo moro satisfactory to bookmakers than to backorB, tho Itin^ having boaton the tukora of odds badly. Thoro has boeu a good donl of in teresting riiciug, howovor, and though tho public attendance did not koop up too well, yot it wnB fairly Baliafnotory. IlacJ woll uacnou noraes buccoouuu hi cno principal haudicnpfi no doubt tlio public would have stood tho mooting out iu much bottor form, but tho timed aro ovidnntly not too good witli tho avorage supporter of racing, and whon ho cannot ? back an occasional wiuuor he is compelled to drop out temporarily for repairs. A good deal has boon learned at the four days' ontortaininont, but it is vory pro bablo thnt sovoral horses or...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

llVirl^^' TV G. W. A noon lion left Lon Jon for Now York. Ho joins Julia Alurlowo. Madumo Trobolli iu doing tbo umall towns of Sonth Australia. Morritt, Pottitt, and Harris nro nil throe bnriod in Broinpton Comotory. Tillio Salinifor is singing with an opera com pany iu Chioaijo. Alf. Uootbtmui is away with DarreU's 'Trilby' Company. Goach and Lobr aro looking af tor Godfrey's . tonr through Now Zoalund. This Christmnn tbo PormauB will bo in pan tomimo at Manolioalor (ling). Qaorgo Qanlon in p&iutiiig a lot of aoonory for Nat Goodwin to tako baok to Amorioiv with him. A. It. Lawronno, woll romombored hare, is with Charlcu Frohmau'u company iu tbo Statos. Agnoa Kiiijilif.a and 13. W. Thomas oro on tour in tlio English proviuoos with Louis Calvort'n oumpauy. Fancy Gua Glovor busking with Dan Harry in tlio Melbourne) Biiburba. Churlio Weatmucott ban alroady ougagod ovor lfiO pooplo for hin ' Siiibad ' pantoiniiuo nt Hor Alujoaty'a. Atbona Claudius) iu likely to got an ongago mo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Quiver Quips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

[?] [?] An Anarchist ia un asn ! Of that thoro can bo no possiblo probable doubt what ever. Ho doesn't know what lie wants, but all tho sumo ho koopa on kicking until ho gots it— or the polioo (jot him. ? » ? Wo have hoard a doal about the Anar ? chist of lato, par cable, and nil that wo ?have hoard goos to prove that, like the Bourbons, ho neither loarns nor forgets. but romaina tho sanio old aaa from start co nnisn. When an Anarchist wishes to conspire in soorot with his follow fools he Bteps into a crowded park and blabs his iuforual intontiousas loud as his doukny voice can bray. On thu continent he covers himsolf with' (jlory by ao doing, becauso tho polico run him in with groat display, and ho becomes the huro of tho hour. In England an Anarchist is freely allowed to howl himoolf hoarso in public, bo far (is tho authorities are concerned, but tho moment, he tulka trunsoii the British, public pops up and covers him with ancient o«j-|;a and rotten fruit and iisli and defunct cat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

iJlOO TOHBI W&VttAWOM (Soo r»go 9 Of it& }mt) . . ,FBMH JtfSURA, WOH £1.00

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JIM'S STOCK OF BIBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

JIM'S STOCK_OF BIBLES. SpisAKtNa of religious affairs, old Jim B ? , who ran n spirituous snuggery in Windsor way baok in tho allogod ' good old days,' was flitting on hia verandah ono morning, Booking whom ho might rofrosh, whon a book pedlar camo along, and bogan dilating on tho boautios of a. novrly. published Diblo ho waa hawking round, but Jim attomntud to shut him un bv shouting ' Don't want any of yor bloDBod Biblos to-day. Got dozona of 'am iuaido— tho whole blauky plaoo ia fuU o' blblou hero.' ' I venture to think you aro miatakon, air,' was tho book flond'r; mild reply. 'Oh, you doubts my word, do yorP' naid Jim, and bhon, craning ovor bill hia hoad roaohod tlio bar door, ho uhoutoil to lioinu ono in nido, 'Sarah, thoro'o a xanold ruffian out horo as noz wo ain't gob abloomin' Biblo iu tho hotiao, Juof, fotuh out half-a-dozon an' I'll jam thorn down tho boggar'a bhi'oat.' After a long and arduous naaroh Sarah at laat camo out with a fow torn loavon and a battorod cover, an...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "MODEL'S" TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

THE 'MODEL'S' TRICK. M^^~~^. /yELESTE waa /y^*7^m'~~^rSss. 1 1 standing in tho f*'s''f',-''-\ xj^l confcro of tho far / v / \i. ''\ ' SSj°om- 'n a *aC0 Af//-C\.V.VV' f ^--«OpoiKnoir, with fv?/ / Kl(s'. Y'tty saffron - colored K'/ 1 / ~-^/i^'? kffif ribbons run \\\-Mil'*i*7 Jl*% through tho viWrii^^V^ trillB \\\^ I'^AAUVllfi/f The hair WSFiH^ drowor. abashed iVMfinr bythonparonoBS T 'TimrmrlKX of ll0r costumo, hoai Wf \f tatod on tho Wires liO^- hold. ' Como in,' sho laughod, 'don't bo afraid. .Mothor Eve woro loss than this, and ? ' ' Exactly, madamoiGollo,' naid tho hair drossor, ' but, ahom — thiB isn't tho Garden of Euon.' ?Sho flung heraolf in a chair v/ith a laugh, Qnd begun nipping chocolato from a little transparent J&panono cup covorod \iM\ rod dragons. ' Madamoisollo will pardon mo,' said tho man of perfumes, proaoutly, ' but I am compolled to como to bunineoa. Tho fiict is, madanioino11o, tho — tho — or — littlo bill botweoti us — ban grown quito big, and, it niada...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HE BORROWED THE POT. A BUSH YARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

HE BORROWED THE POT. A BUSH YARN. WiiBM Bill Doran ('Honoofc Bill') first atruuk tho Wont country a gonoral ayatoni !? of 'borrowing' prevailed ainongat tho sottlcra. This borrowing wont on mostly by night or whon peoplo woro away from thoir homes on business. Thoy borrowed from one nnothor all tho timo, and Bill being n now-comor they Burrounded hiu soluction nightly and took whutovor thoy ? could lay their hands on. Tlmy waitod for Doran'B cows to calvo and stolo tho calf I. «. C ? n t-\,n ninn nti \i nA t i in C\ f.n IT! Iirlc 1 1. They would atay up all night to do a thing liko this, ovon where thoy had plenty of cowb and calven of thoir own. It was Goeond naturo with thoso peoplo to Btoal, and thoy could no more rosist their kleptomaniac impulaoa than a coullrmod boozer can rosiat a long hour. Finally Hill D'jran miw that it' was noQU3Kiiry to »lenp in tho day-time and stop awake all night j but thin sort of thing ia bad for business, and Bill had a farm to improve. Ono night, ...

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HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

[?] y Tua woman noxt door to whoro I Hvo hna an original and affoctivo method of punishing lior childron. This happy niothor in tho posaoaaor of six little olivo branches — throo girla and throo boya. Whonovor thoso childron are guilty of disobndionco or i\ny othor juvonllo ainstho lady noxt door juat takes thom upstairR and ondroBBOB them. Tho neighborhood in generally uuvdo awaro whon this procoBH is ' going on by tho howlo tor luorcy which aacund unto tho atom maternal our. Whon this intelligent niothor has romovod hor Johnnio'n or Tommy's panta and things, ehe does not procoed to amuck him on tho widest part of hiu anatomy, us somofooliah parents do, but olio drossos tho erring child up in hiu littlo nister'a clothon, and Bonds him down to play in tho yard with tho other iufuntti. Thinuiodoofpunishmontmuy bo novol ; but judging from tho howls, ploadings, and protoata which it evokes from tho boys it miomo to bo ofluctivo. Tho throo little girLi do not sooin to mind boing put int...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

Doir StorioD.— Tlio Sundat; Timeb in offorinp; n prixo of n, Hovoroljjn for tho bout dog ntory. If yon havo i\ roniarkably intolliiroiit ring, or fanow of ono, your cnail'uut of him will, no doubt, provo of ([onoral intoront. Mo J. MOLONEY, TATTUKSAIil/S CI.U11, HTDNEY. CAULFIELD &MELBQURF3ECUPS. VR.C. DERBY &, CUP. COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON TUB ADOVE DOUBLES AND STItAIUIIT-OUT. Communicatlonu to tho af-ovo Addrcnn will rrcelro prompt attention. No roply, no bunluciis, TologrontB mnat bo marked ' IlEPIiY PAID .' ItA.iSrTDTV.TOIC TO-DAY. ? .tBJits.'ioim-ntN. ? rjBITBRION T II E A T It E. ^ Uudoi- tho (lirnotlnn of Mr. llobort IJrouKh. EVK1JY KVKNINU at 8. DROUGH CO.MKDY COMPANY. LAST MIX NIOIJT.S OF A MOT HE It OF THREE. 8ATUHDAY NEXT, OOTOUKIt 3i MltS. rONDERDURV'S PAST. Ity V. (J. Unrnand. Prlcoa nn mail. B-x Plrni, Siob'rfmn'a. ? ?fji II E A T K E BOYAL, TIJ1S (SATURDAYi IOVRNINQ, SEPT. 20. HLAN1) HOI.T 'Will proiluno f.ir tho Flrnt Time In Sydney the Warvollounly St...

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ANKLES. SOME MEASUREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

ANKLES. 80ME MEASUltEMENTS. ^./^ALVES aro intorosfc Ksjw-arescg^^lk ing to pooplo outside \ WifflRFtitf/ /'M of agricultural indua * W*Mw\ trion. It may not bo * :'nW| \ Q? Runorally known by '4 ¥ i^fltil ?^?tllu hllilior nex thafc ?/!( ^ftilw A'' thoro iu much rivlilry Py^k\.tMz==rf l)lliltl of Choir under Btiiiulingauuiongat tho othor box. That, in one roasou why bloomora will nover liocoino uni voniullv popular with womon. An English aoeioty papor rucontly . otartlod ita rniiduru by iriviiiir a aorioa of moaBiiromonta of tho million and civlvou of notitblo women. Wo do not know how tho papor in quoa tion [fob the information. Wo cannot evon utirmisn. It iu ohooring to loam, howovor, that Lady Londondorry'u ankle mousuroo 8Jin, iintl the calf llin; Duchosu of Port laud Oin.uud tho calf lOin. Lady Alexander ban a largor calf, 12iin, with nn unklo of 8 Jin. Lady Colin Cuinpboll'ci calf ia llin. Lady Kandolph Churchill'n anklo in Oin, and hor calf ia 13Jin. Tho DucIiokb of Murlboroug...

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AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. HURDLE RACE (To be started at 2 o'clock.) [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. Saturday, SiirxKHDica 2G. HURDLE RACE (I'o bo Btartod nt 2 o'clock.) AJinudlcnp nwoopntaken ol 2 nova each for otartorn, nitli 100 iiovh uddod ; ncoond liorrn 20 oovn front tlio prlxo. Tho winner of any lmndicnp hurdlo Tftco nftor the declaration of tho wclghtnto carry 101b l-onnHy. About 2 mllcu. nt lb 13r. 3. 3. Parker'n ch g Goldotnln, nftoa ... 12 2 Mr. J. T. Luckoj'Bch RCornot, drcu ? II' 12 Hr.T. CooU'nchK AH Iliifbt.nKod ? 11 8 Mr. W. Dourjlas' blk({Ohria,nB.)a ? 11 3 Mr. Ii. II. Nntbnn'n b (f Whltofoot H., agod... 10 10 Mr. J. J. Cadcll'o b h Yclvarton, ai{ud ? 10 2 Mr. W. W. Oliffn oh ir U.P., Oyrn ? 10 1 Mr. A, llooko, jtiu.'o b mCuprfoo, opod ... 0 fl Dr, Cortie' br g Clm»ir, nsod ? 8 3 AVOCA STAKES. (To bo atari cd at 2.40.) A lmudlcnp awcopntakcu of 'I nova onch for Dtnrtcr;), T7IH1 100 oovn addod ; oooond boruo 'M iiotd from tho prlito. Tbo winnor of nny handicap utter tho declaration of tho rrolghtu to nnrry 101b psnalty. 0 furlongn. Hon. W. A....

Publication Title: Arrow, The
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AFTER THE WEDDING. HER BEST FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

'aFTER^THE WEDDIW6. UEK BEST FRIEND. ? Si J WM , *' the Fitz-Pottspointu' - \vm- wl I ^ hftd turnod tho ^ii 3 f$L- $] k \'» li^'n-stroot oornor. Sii^p^a S {.v Its ocoupautn hnd Ci'^ '?/ K9I v JUB'i como away from CJA M / m \ the smart wodding of Gub Do 'iiiiuumlopoc to Miss St. Summor 1) ill. They wore dis cussing tho brido nnd hor pnrrouudiug8. ' Don't you think dear Eluio looked pale, Jack ?' queried Hca. FiU-Pottspoinfc of her husband. '? Pale P It isn't in that girl to look palo. Sho got beyond tho palo period ten or fifteen years ago I' ' Woll, I flhouldu't wondor if she had beon palo after that ridiculous mistake you inado. Fancy taking another man for tho bridegroom. I woudnr Elsio didn't faint j I know I would. Oh, you needn't Btnilo liko that; Elsie's an old friend oC mine, and I'm not going to havo you nuoor at hor. Won't let you apwak, wont I? Oh, bother, Jack; you aro tiresome. Haven't you monopolised all tho conversation over Binco we left the churoh ? Oh, yes ; goon au...

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TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") A.J.C. RACES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 26 September 1896

TO-DAY'8 TIPS. (Bt ' PILOT.') A.J.C. RACES. SATUttDAY, SEI'TESIDBn 2-5. HUHDLE BACBi YELVERTON ... v ? 1 GOLDBTAJN ? 2 C.P ? 3 AVOCA STAKES: MISS KOUA ? 1 Stbwaud ? ... 2 Akatuki ? 3 BACECOUBSK STAKES: DORA ? ? 1 Bosk Noblk ? 2 Autronomkr ? , ? 3 ASCOT STAKES! LKONIDAS ? 1 Cravat ? 2 The Meddler ? 3 HIGII-WEiaHT HANDICAP: KELSO ? 1 Padladben ? ,. ,,, 2 Kuhoka or JEohVB ? ... 3

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