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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
Advt from a Tamworth papor ?,— WANTBD.-BOY to drivo Milk Oart, '' Foinulo, Cooka. LaundroiiBnn, and Gonoral Sorvantis for Town and Oonntry. A boy capablo oi! driving fomulo cooku, WindrOoDoo, ftndgonorivliiorvnntH would bo, ludood, invttluftWo.
Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
? CTs^ ffjjlQJr&r*~4r Night And morn — Creinoruo. * * * Tbo rift in tho CaulQold lute— Resolute. A hnre drive must Bcom to bo a waslo of valuable tiuio to a bald-hoadcd man. Ex-Railwny ConnuiBsionor Goodchap diod on Tuesday ovening. Ilia niunc would make tho boat opitaph ho could have. , - » - » One hundred nnd fifty pounds havo boon , i paid to tho committoo appointed to onquiro i iuto tho abattoir quoution. Blood money. i A Britiah vobooI Ima bcoti pillaged by ') ' BiS pirates off tho coast of Morocco. J Theso must bo tho original riff-raff of tho ,'- . ooa. * ? ? ~ ' Buckley's chance isn't such a hopeless ono aftor all, at least that of Buckley, tho ex-Civil servant;, isn't, for a committoo has ?i boen appointed to ouquito into hid caso. '?^' Capo Colony is Bonding 750 additional . . police to provont tiio rindorpeBt coming into tho colony. If it porsiBtn thoy will no doubt arrest it and proceed to work up a .- ? case. Markot report : ' BroadstufFs aro firmer owing to tho...
SPORT BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
%m?.j iiid]^^\^L.^ BOXINU. It wanraUinramuniufj to rond thnt'Chidtly'' liyan und Jim JUnrron woro, on Wednesday InBt, bound ovar to lioop tliu ponoo and bo of goad holmviotir for twolro monttiH. Neither of tliom bud tho ramotont intontion of npsottini; llio community 'a triuHinilily in tiny way, and two boUcr.bolmvoil IikIh could not bo found, 'l'hoir offonco lny in tho fnct Hint tlmy intendod boxiuj; tho bo.it of half a. doxim rotindu, nnd aooordinf to tho JikIizo'h own romarka, no ro portod, tlu'a uoit of tiling nan percniauiblo, provided no prizo-monoy hiujjeel upou tho result. Tboy hud a -»roat sporting day in England on Monday, Soptoiubor 7, whou Stanbury and J Qandanr rnoed for tho world's oharapionabip, mid liilly Pliinmor and Ooorno Corflold (nt Shcfliold) decided tho question of auporiority nnd tho dotiLiimtioii of prizo-tunuojr amount ing to no lens tlmn -CMOO. Yearn henoo, whim tho nporlBinon of now liavo ' piiBsed along,' tlio youtiK itumi'utuia ot tho now era will probi...
CRICKET CHATTER ENGAGEMENTS. LOCAL PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
[?] [?] ENGAGEMENTS. LOCAL 1-KKMIEH3UIP. PniUluKlon v Contrnl Cuniliurliiiid. Sydney Crickob Orouud. ITmiiirei! RIcBnrB.UilliiirdiuidTliomBon. Glubo v Wnvorlsy, W.ivorloy. Umptros, Messrs. .Evcrn mid Currun. , „ Kimt Bycliioy v Hurwood, HtmhouUor fl Bny; Umpires, j1lcusr».I,ii.Mfl and Hull. „ , Ijniciibnrdt v ltodferu. Kodfofn. Umplroa, UlcssrH. Honnrd nud Cox. Uiiivcmity v North Sjilimr, North Sydnoy. Urn. ]-irou, Wossni. Uiildlmr anil Wlilto. South Syilnuy, abje. SECOND UltADE. Globo v Wnvcrloy, Globo. Mr. Jonei. Burwood v North SyUnoy, JJurnood. Messrs. Central Cumberland v Manly, PurriimftUn. Messrs. Walton ami Hprntt. fit.Uoorftov rndaiiiBtoti, Brighton. Mr. Trendijold. University v Kodforu. Univoraity. Mr. Duncan. Ijciolihimit t South Mydiior, Lelchhnrdt. Mossra. Cunuillor and .Mcinulx. Euat Sydney, a byo. f\ll ! Oh ! Burwood Imvo fairly got evon ^ with their contury-gotting friouda of Puddinglon. Skippor KoIubou, Bincoroufc cougratulatiomi to you upon tho refulgent result., o...
THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
^f fill*-] Or;'^ '' V Up '(( 'ft ' ??] y 1 Wi^ccJf [f Hor Mujonty's olmii|;cs ita bill to-night (Saturday) from ' Foilod ' to ' Tho Serpent's Ooil.' Jorry Mooro, who wan out hero Homo timo ORO playing ninnhor pnrtu, in playing ill Fergus linmo'a ' Toildy'ij Wives' nt tho Strand, London. It wan n lucky loup for Hilda Spong to jump from Australia ri|jhl into tho leadinu part nt Drury Lutio Tbontro, London. Wlion in llio Tivoli manngoment going to clinngn tlmt baok-oloth in tho lirnt part? It looks liko a diagram uf hob-nail liver with uu army campod on it. Somo Fronoli duncora woro rcoontly intro duood into ' Tlio Little Quiiiaii ' at tho SliuftuBbury Theatre, London, to liven things , np a bit. They did. They gavo tlio show n regular lot; up. William Jiiokiion, a tight- ropo walkor, foil off at Koukdnlo on Wodnettihiy, and was tnkon to Prinuo Alfred Hospital, '''ho poor follow will doubtleus loiirn t-oino now coutor tion aotu whilo in tho institution. Hurford, of Illand IIoII'h compa...
THE STORY OF THE GOOD LITTLE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
THE STORY OF THE GOOD LITTLE GIRL. Tire Sundny-Boliool toaohor wan in tho habit of giving cards to the top scholar ? for good behaviour and prolloiouoy in tho : Seripturqn. Thin card tho child took homo to show its paronts and to tho toaohor on tho following Sunday. ? ' ; , Martha was a good llttlo girl, and nho got a card, On hor way homo sho lost It, but that did not, worry hor infant con nolonco much. '.. Noxt Sunday whon tho kiddies gavo ? ? thoir cards and Ib oamo to Martha's turn, ; bIio naid s 'I am vory norry, but I loafc my card boforo I got homo. 1 havo brought) : you ono of my own, whiuh iity futhor gavo mo to play with, II; ia much bigguf and . prollku' tlmu tho ono I lost,' And sho placed it with tho reiilj. Tho young woman ; who wan teaching tho infant elnnn stared In astonishment, whilo ncivornl unrogonorato ? , infant nin difforentpartii of tho olunn-room \ bit thoir lipn to koop froin Biiiggnring, ' ' Tho card which Miu'fcha had tondorod ;' wftB a dilapidated qncmi ...
THAT CYCLIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
THAT CYCUST. (By ' Tin: Owi..') Tun cyclist ia a person for whom I ontor tain fcolinffn of tho docpoat rfiflpoefc. Whonovor I moot ono troad-milling hiuioolf painfully along, if thoro happens to bo n. publio-houso handy, I aay to mysolf : ' Como and havo a drink,' andt iuvariably accept my kind and gcnorotiB ollor, becauao tbo Bight of that cyclist bna mado'mo hot and thirsty. I do not ronpect thooyolistbocauBO bo la universal, I roapoct him beoauao bo in tho most earnest and hard-working croaturo on tho faco of tho civiliood world. Ho dovotoa himsolf to tho buainosa of pro- , polling his two india-rubbor whoola around with Hunb gonoroua unsolfiahnosa that ho inspires my warmest thanltu. I liko to sit down in a cool, ahndy plnco by a crook and see a cyclist sacrifice his cuso and comfort ' for a wholo-BouInd attention to duty. His display of principlo is admirable, most 1 ndniirablo. If his display of log wero in nny thing liko proportion, ho would conio about aB cloao to perfection...
NATIVE INCREDULITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
NATIVE INCREDULITY. Hi; was a Ijachlnu hlackfollow. He mod to go lU'.roaa the rivor with mo noinotiinoa allur turkoya. Wo gouorally rowed over iu a boat belonging to a man on the north side. Tommy, iu common with tho othor uoiuk'Pceiptu of bin tribo, had a doop and abiding ndinirution for that boat, It wau tho only ono then on tbo rivor about there, and although litl.lo hotter than a dug-out, infinitely uupnrior to tho cranky bark ennoen in which the biackfollown pnddlod to and fro boforn tho advent of tho white 'pfollor.' Tily bind; brother wau alwayn blowing about Monit.oii'ii bout, 'My wurrd,' ho would any, ' this pfollor ciiiioo plurry good, Ma never ueo anythin' like-iu dia part, a' oonutry,' ' Look hero. Tommy,' I oboorvod ono day, aeCimtoil by a doniro to oducato tho iii-.fgur, 'you think thin canotv very lino! What, would you think of a boat canon big onough to curry all tho leainsj of bullocl.'H on tbo ljiiuhlik.il ?' Tlio child of tlio doHcrt looked at mo round fho corner ...
WHAT THE NECKLACE SAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
? WHAT THE NECiCLACE SAID.'5 R9. you oan havo mo for n thouBuiul guinoan, and if you aro t!nnkin[,' of m a It i n (t n, prcnont to a lady friond T nlinuld think you'd find mo a vary olmnp invontmont. You rimilo inorodu lounly ? Permit I mo to inform you tlmfc not bo vory Ioiir ago I vma vuluod at nearly tvrioo that num. But I liavo boon tlirou^h many puira of Imnda siiioo thnn, moro tlmu I ouro to romombor, and diiimondu, unlilcu ^pld wino, don't nomohow improro with koopirif(| I ronrtimhor porfuotly woll tlio. day I firijt Inft Strootor'fl. A imlo youni; mun bouglit mo. I .forgot hin iiniiiu, lint ho wnn hair to n titlo j I know that. No doubt by thin timo Ilia titlo hut comii into Iiih pnssoiwioii, and lio in i\ Bobor nnd rHspootabln mcmbor of tlio Hohro of Poorn. IJut iilUiouuli ho vrnn ronpeotublo then, lio wnnn't nobor — at louat, ho didn't ninlto an opoii profennion of iiobrioty. I rocollook nn if it wna yontorduy, hia ooiniiiK into tlio uhop. JIo iituuiblod ovor tlio innt, am...
Quiver Quips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
[?] [?] CAnr,TijK onco drow a humorous pon-pieturo . of a niggor who onto tho insido of a water melon, puto hn.lt tho empty rind on his head, oita in tho other lmlf, and thon blinkn , at tho world in oritiafiod comfort nnd nweet contentment;. Tho moro thought of that hiippy little darlcio nmdo tho Hour old Boor ; an mad no a bob-tailod bull iti fly-timo, and ho indignantly dcclnrod that ' every man has a right to bo forcod to work.' In iv oimilar spirit a. doughty divino roim ntarecontChristinn Conforonoo and sternly said: 'Tlio moat unhoalthy fnaturo of tho present day io tho rovolt against honost I work, I hold that tho man who doosn't work should bo starved into doing it.' 1 With all duo doforonco to thnt divino I vonturo to Hay ho ia whistling up tho wrong tubo entirely. Tho 'moBt unhonlthy feature of tho present day' ia tho bittor /net that thousands of able-bodied willing mon can not got any honoitt work to do, and thoro in '? -?-., no likelihood of any improvement in their L ...
GOT CLEAN CLOTHES. But No Rehearsal. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
GOT CLEANS CLOTHES, But iVo Itohoni-nni. Tun troubloa of travolling thoatrical coinpanios nro often onough to put tho individual momboro in tho direot route to baldness and boozo. For instance, tho Threo-atar Drnmatic Company struck ft way-back town, and nont a two wooka' ? nccumulntion of aoilod linen to tho only laundry in town, with instructions that it must bo finished ad onco. Tho propriotor sont back word that bo would have to boo tho mannger before ho could do tho washing. Tlio manngor promptly sought tlio laundry, and tbo proprietor oxplainod tho situation thus : ' You havo callod n, music rohoarsal for 2 p.m. to-day at tho thontro. Oood. I am musical director of tbo theatre nn woll aa chief engineer of thin laundry. Good again. I enn't bo iu the thuatro and in tho laundry at tho name timo, can I? Good. Woll, tlion, take your choice. Will you have a rchoarmil and no cloiui clothes, or . no rehearsal and plonty of snowy linon ?' Tho decision was quickly mado. Tho music was vo...
HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
[?] ^^??tle^OwL A priviito rtdvico from Tiuimnnin informs us that t)i« Cnrditinl wan awfully aca-nick on tlio trip to llobart. Fancy a, Cardinal Bou-aick ! Tlio Armidalo publican who drow Cro iiionio in tlio Can I Ho Id and scooped JK575O will nodoubt^now.give up drawing — beer. Foiv publicans can boast such a strong 'draw.' Onoo morn tliono br-1 oomlitionn oomo To griovo tlifi oouutry nud tbo town; Tliu morourj now rmiiiotli up, Tlio purapirntiou runuotU down, 'Lot mo tako tho blnnky thing homo/' Huid the pationt, ns tliu dentist relieved him of bia aohiug molar. ' I want to take it home and poke sugar in it to boo it ache.' All great im-n have bad thoir suggestive nicknnmos. Napoleon was 'Tlio Li tlio Corporal,' Wellington ' Tho Iron Duke,' Washington ' Tho Fnthorof Hit* Country,' iwcl -the prominfc Ministor for N.S.W'. Education i- now generally known aa ' Salvation Jacob.' . Ovorhonrd in tho Marble Bar. — Bohemian Actor: 'I don't disputo, old boy, for ft mitiuto th:\t I oivo you...
"AUSTRALIAN CHESS ANNUAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
'AUSTRALIAN CHESS ANNUAL.' Tho anaiont but ornr now (jnmo of olioiin only roooivos that attontion wbioli it dooorrcn in tho iRRun of tho urnt ' Aufitruliiui Chona Aninml,' whinh ia lo hum! from MonRrii. Ooo. Iiobortaon and Co. Tlio wolodino nnd woll irot-iip littlo work, ifhiuh in rnlitnd by Mr. H. li. Hik'iHiliI, (!ou tuiiifi mi introductory aitiolo rafarriny to Ilio antiquity and uniroriinlity of tho Rauie, anil inforuiiilion oonoaniiui? clioail and plnyoru in all tlin AuHtniliun oolouion. It has proved nftor all a liopoloB.i caso with St. Frimquin, arid ovou nlthoiii'h tho famouu throo-year-old lina not broken down in tho boiibo of tho word that would rcpro eont n bolploaa cripple, tho aftor effocta oP thohnmmuriiiR On tho hard [f round ho had undorgono in Spring and Smntnnr havo told to mu'.h an oxtont: tliut tho votorhmry attondaut at Puliico llouao hud no option but to inform the oolt'n trainor that it would bo irnpoflsiblo for him to ntiind unorthodox: propuration thin ucaoon...
GOVERNESSES AND BIKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
GOVERNESSES AND BIKES. Wiiiij tho govornosa bavo to go — wbool- Ing? Tiio question has alrondy ronched an acuto Btago. Ti:ulio.i whoso daughtoro 'bike' will not now engage governesses for them unions the latter aro ablo to tread a wboel. This ia rough on tho poor govornoBB. A young govornetm may learn to cyolo, nnd will mijoy tho oxorciso, but to a quiet, middle-ngod governess it iu simply a terror. All the traditions which nho hits hugtfod during her uaoful career aro aud denly dashed to tho ground. Sho has .the brains and tho onergy to go on teaching uurcebal'iilly for many yearn, but; oho ia physically unlit to oyclo. An all the world iu on whcohi, and tlio crazo neema likely to lust, tho cyclist govmnoaa ia in demand, and tho non-cycling ono muni miff or j but thoro iu (jomotliing very patholic iu tho fact that many oxocllont gqvorni-u.-inti aro ]-ractieally thrown out of work luicauno they ciinnot rido bicycloa.
OUR CUP COMPETITION. SELECTORS WITH A LEG-IN. ELIGIBLE COUPONS FOR THE £60. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
OUE OUP COMPETITION. SELECTORS WITH A LEU-IN. ELIGIBLE COUPONS FOR THE £00. Tub lur(;o numbor of coupono sont in by our rcadoru who lmvo boon trying to bmckot tho Cnulliold nml Molbourtio Cup winnoriij and nln tlio prizes liunjf up by tlio proprictoru of Tiik Akp.ow, htivo boon carefully entered up and sorted. A chock counting in now boing mado witli tlio viuw of proving ovorything O.K. in tho fifliuoa givou below. It will bo noticed Hint 2'-2 coupons nro still nlivp, tlio Belectoro havinir bonuu witlj Croinorno, winnor of tho Ciiuliiold Cup. Tlio Molbourno Cup Iioikos coupled with him lmvo boon brought forwnrd no shown in tlio Hut. By this it will bo kooii thnt Nowlmvon is tho V.K.C. favorite, nnd tluvt W lmvo coupled him with Cro inoruo. Hopscotch ia nost with 24 sup portora, and then Urokon Hill, who hud ntronR uupport ivll through. A nolitury coujion is in on Tho Cnptain, Mullnobua, Pivot, Tho Hnrvootur, Aoton, Tho OhovulitT, Cnnooim, Lo Yuv nnd Du hallow, no that boiiio of our ...
SHE WAS PATRIOTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 October 1896
; SHE WAS PATRIOTIC. ? 'No,' observed tha old man, half sadly, ' ' tbis^country's nothing liko it was when I ,l camo out first. Thoy don't hang bo many I people now Riirtinly, but thoro was moro i money knockiu1 about m tlioso days, nnd I ; never hoard nny talk iibout Protoctiou or ? Frcotrndo noitlier.' ' Did you ever attend a hangin', dad ?' : asked one of the boy*. ' Hangiu I why Mio firsb day'a eutor tainment I got after tho whip landed mo ia Furm Cove wau a hangiu'.' '.' ' Y' boo,' ho wont on, ' I »vivm work in' on 'the Konl;6 buildin'a bouso, mo an' another chap. One day thnru-was live moil to be hung on Gnllows Hill, wlioro that thoro Mr. HusboII prophocioa about the wonthor now, an' my mate an' mo we knocked off to go an' aoe it.' ', Woll, they swuug tho poor dovils off nil right, an' when wo was coming back 'long by Princo'a.streot wo met an old IriBh woman, just drunk enough. She was rolling down the road, trailing hor whito hood by ono string, and sho shouted outi ' ' Hol...