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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

BE ON GUARD AGAINST THE VILE AND INJURIOUS IMITATIONS OF CLEMENTS TONIC BOLD UY MANY DEALERS. CLEMENTS TONTC IS THE BEST. ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. Don't bo decoivod or misled into buying any ofchor, or your pains, timo and inonoy aro only thrown away. CLEMENTS TONIC POSITIVELY CUBES ALL CASES ARISING i-'R0M ANiEMIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, AND INDIGESTION. Mro. J. Hopplo, High-Rtroot, Lambton, who writoa on January U7, 1803: — For a number of yoars I havo suffered uovorly from livor complaint and an affection of tho kidneys, accompanied by Bovoro heud achoa, with oxoruoiating painn botweon tho nhouldora; as a rulo tlio pain was more sovoro on tho right side, extending righfc down to tho groin. I had ottoh fltti of dizzinoBH that; at timos I could hardly utaud, aud alao I found my oyosiglifc bo dofoctivo that I found it; impossible to road or bow. Whatovor roliof I rocoivod from doctora was only temporary. My attention boing drawn to Clomonts Tonic by Mrs. Dent, a noighbor of mino, I rouo...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

[?] 'Thd*TranBvaal Heroine,' which has some reference to tlio Boor crisis and tho political condition of things in South. , Africa, provails at Hor Majonty's for n week . longer. Tho play is a dramatised vorsiou of Ridor Haggard's novel, ' Jess,' in which tlio Dumpier Company firo off Maxim guns niul Loo Motford riflon and bombs mid other weapons of micinnt and modern warfare. Tlio odor of gun powder is strong' ut Hor Mujoafcy's. ' Called to Aruip,' a four-net sonsationul drama, by E. L. Blauchiu'd, will bo pro ducod at Her Mnjosty'B next Saturday evening with tho fpllowing cast ?' — I,lcnlonimt Jack Miltou ... Mr. Alfroil Wooda Wuior C'niilonnii ... ... Mr. Roburt Inmnn Lieut. Willinm Chumloy ... Mr. Jolmatnne Woir .Snmnol Mom ? Mr. Hurrj I.oktou Timothy Wollor ? ... Mr. U, Wntsou Sir Frederick Miltou ? Mr. Hurry HchIhou John Ponder. ... ,,, Mr. Lncblan Bl'Gowim Koainnu ? Mr. llnrry Overtoil boliollokl ? , ? Mr. J. Tolixuo ? MoniKir ... ... ' ? Mr. C. Woods llinlce ? ... ... Mr.O. ...

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THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

THE WEEK

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HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

[?] ^^'fUZWu; Tho Oovornmont Aittronoinnr is a native of West Maitiaud. ? » * Of Kipling's 'Second Jungrlo Book,' ' some 40,000 copies had boon sold some titno !n(f«-. ? ? ? ? : . Millionaire Tyson was born on the old Cowpiwtures. . His father irna for many years a soldier of King Qoorgo III. ...» ... t . ? » Lady Franklin, the wifo of tho ill-fated Arctic explorer. Sir John Franklin, wan ono of tho first noiJiAU to travel ovorland from Sydney to. Molbourno. .' Two of tho most sueiiosuful iiov^listu, ;llall Caiueand Thomas lliirdy, be^nn their careers hh architeulB. llivrdy, whose ' Tona ' is about tho beat of modern English aiovela, is a weak, aallow-jikinimd, listlosa individual. ? * * Alfred EotliBchild keupy auvon chefs, one of whom 1ms nothing to do beyond milking curries. Rothschild niroly dines away from home, frnukly declaring that ho prufora his owil table to any othor. A roport shown that niarringcs, like births, aro dimiuifihin^ in France, while divorces aro on the increa...

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POLITICAL JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

POt.lTIOAIi JUDOKS. It ia a fact worthy of nerious coiiBidera tion that in Now South Wales tho Judicial Bench has boon largely recruited from tho IIou30 of Parliament. Thoao who havo bcou' through tho mill in party politics, nnd wuo Know oxaoDiy uio amounc oc political morality which prevails thoroin, can Ray whothw or not thin nyfltom of ap pointing judgea from the ranka of Parlia montary barri.ntort. in a good ono. Without intending to reflect in tho slightest dogroo ?upon tho judicial ootorio, without impugn ing motivoa or brnathing tho alightoab aecUHiiMon against tho political judgos of this province wo contend that tho nyatom should always bo novqroly dinoonntonanend by tho pooplo and tho pooplo's Prosa. Tho ? principio inivy havo applied exceedingly well ao far, but thoro ia no gnarantao that it will continuo to do no. At nomo futuro date unsorupulonn politicians may U30 it for tho furthoranco of their own aims aiid objoctn, to tho utter corruption of juaticoand tho degradati...

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The STUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

[?] 'L'ho Government, a liouso builded on (Ceutoniiiul Park) sand. Tlio Premier has promised tho country tho Iteforendutn. ; : ? Westraliau politicn, liko a lot of \Vob tmliiva mines, aru mud. ?? '_ ri«~....,-. t?«!/T., r,. ii.nx wnn a Prnnkvtorian. cliH'^viimn. ' N.S.W. Libol x\.ofc is tho legal bantling of Jiulgo Windoyor's futbor. ' OlvivvUiy ' llohoyta wivh tho youngoafc ? Mayor cvor oloctud in Sydnoy. J, ,T. CiUvorb, oliirk ot tlio Assembly, was originally u elude in tlio Ooloniivl Sooro tni'y'a oflioo. Woo it poot! ' Juwbono' Noild'a fathor wlio contribiitod to both tho Aqb and tho Auhthalasian for many yoani ? Governor Phillip's ftithor waa a Gorman. Anothor coinuidunoo, tho Dutch wore tho original dlseovorcra of Australia. TUo lato Hon. John Ltickoy, M.L.C., in said to bo tho only immibor o£ N.S.W. Fiirlianiont novor willed to ordor. Sir 'William Frnneia Jorvoifl, oomo timo Govurnor of Sonatralia, \vii3 Urigado Mujor in tho lloor Kxpediliou of '42. Tho flrat niillriigan bish...

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CROSS-BOLTS. "THE UNIMPROVED VALUE OF LAND" [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

CROSS-BOLTS. 'TUB UMHPKOVKD VALUE OF LAND' is a term which this paper ia at a complete loss to dofino. What in tho unimproved value of land ? Wheu did tho lnud of thia country bugin io bo improved? On tho dav Governor Pliillin lioi&tnd tlin llritiab flag; at Botany Bay, or at that glorious moment whim tho OtistoniB duties wero fiimlly removed ? lie tlio Jund t;ix — t:xl;o tlio tfroat Hurry uslsito in tlio Slioiillmvtui district for oxamplo. In blio year 1820 thin ostnto wus ' ^t-Hiitod ' to Alexander Merry by tho N.S.W. QovorniiKMit. Sumo of tho tonnnta of l;ho entato uftor paying rent for thirty yearn havo recontly boon evicted. Othera cun just pay their rent and mako a living. Tho Auuow would liko to hour their viowu on tho land quoHtiou, improved nnd unimprovod. Whether they belittvu that tho future Biilvntion of tho, country depemls upon tho peoplu coinp; on tho laud or KO'i'JJ to Ooolgurdio or to iv warmer climuto. Till: ISA.AC AAROXS INSOIiVKNCY CASK iu Melbourno uhoul...

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LABOR'S FAILURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

LABOR'S FAILURES. ? Tub history of tho Australian Labor Movement is ono long pilisiblo record of disaster piled upon, disaster. Beneath this monumental pyramid o£ failure tho Pharaoh of Democracy, who onco pro mised to rise trinmphanfc from this dark Egypt of his dif abilities and wrongs, now lies inert, supine. Like many othor proud and powerful mc-narehs, ho listened too readily to hia advisers ! Tho Australian Labor War since 1888 lias been, a repetition, of encounters in which tho working rank and file always fought stubbornly and bravely — only to suffer discomfiture and defeat. Added to this, every scheme which haa emanated from Labor leaders having for its avowed object the betterment of tho nianscB, haa ended in a rank failure. Tho following list of Labor fiascos ia worthy of more than ordinary atten tion : — I nftor a bitter strug NbwcabtIjB I glo, wlioroby llio Coax, Strike, 1888, ] coal trmlu of tho I colony waa coui {_ ylctuly crippled. Mauitimk Stuikic C Labor universal...

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THAT LORMER INOUIRY [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

THAT I.OlltfKIt I.VOUIItr in Melbourne causou Tina Aitnow to ask if JBonch-packing noiaoliinoii oeuurs in Now . South Wales. Wo want to know whothor, in this good and virtuous country, J'u.P. ovor exort thoir influonco on behalf of por noiml friends or tho frieudn of porsonal frionda? Wo want to know, because thoro aro about 8000 now Juut ices boi ug appointed, nnd tlio Ministor candidly confuouen that in many instances ho dimijo who they aro. . It would bo an awful tiling if tho pure fount of N.S.W. juotico woro pollutod ' by tho, dinner nnd tho publican, na tho Molbourno onciuiry dIiowd it (o bavo boon, ovor in Vio. Porhapn koiiio wihl-hairod in dividual who known nil about Jaw co'urfe1 ptoaoduro in tho mother colony will jjofc vp and voluuiflor nn antiwar to our quoatloiii

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THE PREMIER'S OFFICIAL BULLETIN [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 March 1896

TIIH PKEJIIRH'S UFFlClAIi IIULLRTIX has got up with a wild (j'avo in ita eyo aud a Rfoat bunk of Coghlan in ita fist. Tho D.T. wndcB in to tho statistics of tho yonr'a population in Auutnilnaia, find frantically oiiuouvorH to prove uy mr. uoughlana il^urefl thnk N.S.N. ' ain't it mifforn.' Aa our OBloumod contemporary loufj ivj^o Ofitnblishod a reputation for pliiin und fancy fooling with tho truth wo urn not unr priaod to Und bin littlo utiitinlicul cntroo nicely sonsouod and uaueod. To show how Victoria in Buffering from tho cuhb of Pro toetiou, tho D.T.'u ii-rure ongincor bliirou forth tho Qoloinu fact that tho iioi^hhoriui^ colony haa lost 15,422 of its population during tho year, and urines Uiorofi'om that of the nrtny of ' oflieiont workers who htivo poiio to Book n livelihood in Woalrnlin a very lnrp;o continRuiit mint be VicturiuiiB.' Tho D.T. ncRloctH to quoto fi^uren ro ' tho largo army of ofllcumt workers ' which hna scooted und ia ncootinu out of N.S.W. with a great and ...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

M THE TRACK. 1JANDWICK. i TnunaDAT. Mooalo and WiiiRon rnn flvo larlonga in lmiu 8boo, both goinc niooly nt tho finish. Snnpuliot; and Tho Turk run n aimilar tank, fiuiuhinf; to^othor. Malnoliito pat in a roilo and nqaartorftt iiio boat paco^goiiiiif well all tho way. Inspiration vros riudon out at tho ond of it milo, vrbioh bo ran in lmiu Maoa. Dolavraro boat Tho Triornt tbo finiuli of ti oirolo, run in 2miu OSuoo. Albacoro onuily dofoatod Mount Victoria ovor a milo, run in Imin 51sco, nnd Ilonponuo boatllohootor ovor tbo nitmo dintanoo in Imin 49300. Antronornor piotiod Toreador tip tbo last mila of a cirolo run by tho latter in fair timo on tbo tan, and tho Cup borou ia looking very Tfoll. Wailjino beat To Wbiti nnd Tba Enobantor ovor a milo, and Sootoh Laaaio juat boat Fort ub tbo finiob of tho nanio dintanoo, run iu Imin SOsoo. Oxido and Llona rim rontid tbo oouitio proper in modorata timo. Courallio, Tho Moddlor, and Vngnbond woro nont ovor tho Donoantor dintnnuo, and finishod...

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ROSEHILL RACES. SECOND DAY—SATURDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

ROSEHILL RACES. SECOND DAY— Satukday, March 22. 2A PLYING HANDICAP, of GO aovo. A winner ?' of n handicap nftertfioUocIiirnUon of wciitht/i to carry 71b ontra, of two or moro lmndloipa Mb extra. 6 furlongs. et lb Mr H. B.iynor'B hr ra Auroa, 4yro .., ... 8 12 Mr. Hicbrml Ornvon'n oh h Royal ltouo.Sjrn 8 12 Mr. II: Boartj'a br h Mooroflold, Gyro .,. 8 8 Mr. E. J. 8. Doylo'a bit h Btilctto (late Javolia), iyrn ? 8 0 llr. A. Btnnluy'u b g Ban Elr.rco, Syre (inc. 71b ? pon.) ? 8 0 Mr. 0. Williiunaon'n b la Eook Ro-'(o, 5yra ... 8 0 Mr. 'W. P. Portlnnd'n blk f Amlablo, 3yra ... 7 la Mr. Johtl Borou'n ch g Tho llormit, 4yrs ... 7 7 Mr. F. Oftxien'a blk m ConlldoDco, n«e-l ,,, 7 7 Mr. W. Y. Coiisln'obiuDodo, Syro(lD.7Ibp.) 7 5 Dr. Bowkor'B-bhTrotoo, ?iyra ? 7 5 Mr. W. P. Criok'a b g Sndur, 5yrn ? 7 fi Blr. J. W. Flaimitan'B b h Thoqpiiui, 5yra ... 7 5 Mr. W. MorUiyrt b K Muiidiva, Syrs ? 7 4 Mr. W. Stoith'n b ft Bauer's Crcok, *yra ... 6 13 Mr. John Mayo'a mk c Bir Uoorgo, 3yra ... B 10 Mr...

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

' TO-DAY. .. . RA-JINCJ. . JlciflobiU Autumn JSwUA^^-Fltst' raco, 2 p.m. Spoelttl trains leavo ItAdt'orn no followu : Horse* tosoa, 11.45 n.m,; patssn^crs (flrnt class), 1S.50, 12.63, and 1.18' p.m. ; (second claco), 1 p.m.; (mixod), 1E.25 ai&lAO p.ra;. :.; ? IrflHo Brldgo pony and pqiloatriwi hiuidlottpo, 8,15 p.m. CRCCEOT LOCAL PBISHIEBSHIP MATCHES. First Giude. Paitdinffton v Enot ByAaoy, Sjdney Crioiot Ground 'VnrBtty vBurwood, Buri7ood '?- Korth Sjrdooy v Ulol/o, North Sydnoy Wmrorloy ?» Control Cumborluua, Wavorloy South Bydnoy, u hyo Secomd Or.ADK. North Sydaoy v UulTorirtty, University Orel Globo t East Sydnoy, Wontnorth Pork WaTorloy v South Sydney, WttYOrloy Manly v Pttddiuffton, Mnaly Barwood v Bcdlern, jUedforn Iicichhnrdt, a l-yo Fiubt JuHiona, Anliflold v Qloitunli) A. llordcra and 6aaa v Fornlcigll Our Boyo v Nontowu Corolll Jtrilnjrtou v Artharloiuh Mnrriolivtllu v Capulot Koyul Onks v Atuillery Auiinndulo y luvinolblo Shcokd JuniOHfc Deaf Muteo v Groarcnor ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

. DR ftIBBONS? 137 EI/IZABETH-STRBBT, SYDNEY. , J)lt. OinilOMB, wlio io troWy-qiinllllod nnd RairiBtoroil, Una miiilo a llfu-loiiff (ituily of PBI VATH, NKHV0U3, ami SKIN DiaKAai33, und. haa (ll.icovuroil thn niiiaku.it und (mrout moauii o( thoroiii;lily ourliift tfium. YOUNQ MEN, AND THOSE WHO WISH TO MARRY, 'Who, mi tlio result o( Kurly Follioo or Exoosnoa of inoio mnUmid ni;o, naffor from uuy of tho following nyinptows, viz. :— Frcquont Honduolioii, Glddliiomi, Dniwninoiia iu tho Diiytitno, Coiitlvouonn, Pulluona L Altoi- Kiitini;, flpooks lioforo tlio Kyon, Cold Uanda W or Foot, Tonduriioiifi of Utonutbouo, Yollow Din- |\ olmiKO from tho Month, l'aipllntlou, Whlto or S Clnudy Uodlmont in tho Uriiio, Impnro Blood, 9 HpoU or l'tiniilou, Failluff llomory, FMHiik of ,th-- l lUIr, &c, iihonld noml for hiu OOMPIilSXM. . 9 MHDIOAIj WOHK. Sont POST PIIKU from \ 9 Ubiiorviitiou for (id In Btninpii. ' J i ONR T0UMD In iiumolont to oond for Komoaioa | nccoiiimry for tho ouro of IMS...

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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

[?] Rosohill Cup to'-day, Supplomonted by a woll-arranged pro g nun mo of ovouts, ' , Which should draw a crowd of peopio boyond tho usual Sniurday afternoon raco gathering. Spocial trains will ply from Budfern at short intervals, and it is n safe thing to say thnt racing cannot bo got on moro cointor tablu conditions anywhero. Thoro is anothor modo of reaching tho racecourse, viz., by water. Tlio fivvorito Bbeamor Pheasant will lonvo King-streot terminus at 12.15, and by -this routo visitors can enjoy tho sconery of tho Purrainatta Kivor. If Hova dooan't cotno to Sydnoy thoro ?will bu general disappointment ; butHova'n pooplo noror woro romarkublo for utudying Iho public. Mr. W. It. Wilson's Donoastor Ilandioap candidate, Merman, allowed good form last Boason, and may bo ready next wook to luafco a decont bid for tho, milo. Morman ia a production of tho Hobartvillo pad docks. Tho fino-loolciiig Roaobery, half-brothor to Taranaki, in ltopfc in tlio Doncaator Ilandiuap. Ho looks liko...

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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

ON THE WHEEL, Tho Wolsh. wonder, Miohaol (who is for his sizo a rogulur Welsh ru.ro bit of stuff), has boon racing on tho public track in Paris against ono of tho women cyclists. It is to bo hoped Lewis and Mogson won't tako on any matches of that sort. 'Promiscuous intercourse' is what a British cycle paper calls Percy Lowo's Bchonio for the pro. aud amatour to race together. It is mid that tho Americans Johnson, Titus, Murphy, Cabanno, Sanger, Bald, and Banker will race in Europo this yoar. Parsons, Mogson, and Low is can try what thoy aro made of. Michael was matched to givo Bald 50 metres in a, 10-kilomotro raco in Paris this month, tho stake boing .£200 asido. Wo had tho Japaneso boot bogoy in Sydney. In England thoro was an attempt to Bcaro tho cycling trade. Witness tho following from a wbooliug paper : — ' All tho talk about tho fiOs bicyclo built in Japan is wimply rubbish. Ono fact alono provoa this, Japan has to buy hor raw aud iinishod material for cycles.' Porcy Hunter,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

ARE YOU AFFLICTED with DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, ACHING LIMBS, or I.I VEIt COMPLAINT? If uo, nnfo romodioa nro within your roach at a nominal cost. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS hnvo novor yofc failed to euro tho worst ennoa. Gonoral debility, norvouauoaa, weak iiobs, nnd gonoral complaints of tho digostivo and nervous oyutemn aro promptly cured by thoao ro liablo romodioa. Tlioy aro prepared by ociontifio procoaaen, and avo not morolv moohanicnl mixturou mudo only to ' gull tho public.' Tlio renown CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS havo won in Auatralasia in proof of tho fact that thoy titnnd pro-oniinont for thoir npooial oltiiinoa of diaoanoa. No romodion over nolil gavo , nuch ontiro fiatiafactiou to thoir jtatroni), nnd ovldonco ia forthcoming' from ovory city, town, and village to prove thoir virtuoa. No doubt can now oxiob no to thoir vcliio, but pumbnuoro nniufc bo onro ftil to got tho gonuino artloton, nn many unamrupulouo tmduru will nttom...

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MARTIN AND PARSONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

MARTIN AND PAESONS. To-duy Martin and Parsons bring off . thoir match on tho St. Kildn (Molbourno) track, the distance boiug one, fivo, and ton miloa, the two latter paood, each finding hia own paciug material. If wo could judge on ono performance in cycling any moro than with other sports, Martin should bo hailed a bi^q winnor. Tho tondency amongst cyclists, and those who follow tho game is to pay too much hoed to tho form of ono ridor at a certain meeting, though oxpprionco has shown us that oacli ridor usually has his day out. Admitted that Martin has riddon con sistently well siuco his appearanco amongst us, and there can bo no doubt about tho fottle ho is iu by tho way he rodo last Saturday, but given him every credit for his victories, I am still persuaded that ho is not so Rnporior to our boBt mon as would appear from that ono day's racing. Ho was tho fittost and strongest man — for hia coudition all honor to hiin. Parsons, it must bo romomborod, line boon racing pretty woll ...

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OUR NOTE BOOT TURF TALK AND TIPS. NOTES AT ROSEHILL. SELECTIONS FOR THE CUP AND OTHER EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

[?] TURF TALK AMD TIPS. NOTES AT ROSEUILL. SELECTIONS FOU THE CUP AND - OTHER EVENTS. (Br 'THE CAPTAIN.') Tueue is plenty of racing going on just now, and onough provided ahead to satiafy anyono. Kosehill courso has. been gotting an oxtra aharo of attention, what with tho Huwkosbury two days and the two days moro for tho Itosohill Stakoa and Cup Mooting. Three of tho four days' sport iiavo been got through vory satistactorUy, and tho last will tako pliico to-day. Tho courso novor was seen to hotter advunhtgo, and tho public attendance )-as boon very a:\tisfuctory. Nothing has occurred oalcu latud to throw a great deal of light ou probabilities for tho big mooting to bogiu at Kivndwick next wool:, though tho ordi nary run of handicap homos aro now bo woll known that tho vroight-adjustor Bhould bo ablo to bring them fairly together. Pooplo aro beginning to gather in Sydnoy, tho attractions of tho A.J.C. Meeting and tho Agricultural Show being a groat draw. Guulus Hucceodod in croditin...

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BOXING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 March 1896

BOXING ITEMS. Though 'a long-ponding logal action ' nffecting ' Albury' Clifford caused him to back out of his match with Jack Hoggin, it did not -provont tho young follow with the designation of tho Now South Wales bordor town in front of his cognomon from nrifnrino1 itifrt nil mwrjumnmnf*. wifijl Nnd liyan immediately upon roturning to Tas mania. Thoy aro billed to light throo weeks honco for X25 and tho ' hole of tho gato,' a3 a pugi listic correspondent of ours puts it. Kyati and Muhuiey aro running a boxing school at Mount Zeohan, and doing well, report eays. Notwithstanding Tom Duggan'o avowed intention, whon leaving Africa for England, of chnllonging Dan Croodon immediately upon Betting foot in London, ho drowinhia horns pretty considerably at tho ond of tho journey, and whon throwing out a dofl. to all-coiuurs at middle-weight limit barrod tho vanquisher of Jom Smith. Tho dura tion of tho voyago no doubt gavo Tom nniplo timn for rofloction, and ho, very pro perlyjdeoming dis...

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