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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

£tm FKBB INSURAHOIil (s00 rairo 3 of this Jssuo.) FMEB INSURAFOH £MQ

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

A nmtill sporting paper in Molbourno Rftvo Mr. Ilordorn a fftoat turn nboufc fcha running of Artnonia, nnd throatouod to ro turn to tho oubjocfc ftRiiin. Sinco thon Armonin. )ma won, nnd tlio littlo papor'n roturn to tho uubjoot will bo nothing cotn plimontnry, although thoso who know tho righto of umttora nro ltoll nwuro tlmt Armonm'fl win was n. vory unexpected ovont. An ii, fuel;, tho viotory of Lioutunnnb ivnu what tliooo y/1io know most: about Armonia oxpootod to boo, on tho titronpth of ft cortuin gallop, nud onco moro cxpocta tionn woro nob roallimd. Soino honiOD tiro vory hurd to follow when thoir runninu lmpponij to bo ftbovo onoplcion.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STIFFENED THE J.P. And Got Face Lodgings. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

STIFFENED THE J.P. And IM 1'Voo Lodgings. 1 HKitR coinoii a ntory from up country which is illustrative of tho ingenioua cusBcdnoBH of the typical whaler. Ono of those gentry slniuk n. baok town tho othor OVOnillrr 'lltollllV.' 'I'lwl rinimnnnnnl: nnl-_ Hcan and tho Opposition publican — thoro is generally n Frootrado pub and Protoc tioniut jiub in tliouo back towns— both doclinod to accept nwaggie nu a parlor boarder. ' You won't put mo up horo thon,' oal:l tho latter to tho landlord of tho ' Shoaror'a Joy.' ' Nofc a put.' Tho looal J.P. wna leaning agalnnb a bridle pout outiiido tho utoro opposite. Swagglo turnod to a bar lounger, ' Horo, matoy, you'll bn witness that I knocked that follow down bocuueo thoy wouldn't lot mo in?' With that- ho wronchod a paling off tho fence of the ' Shoaror's Joy,' atrodo acronn tho road, and flattonod tlio J.P, out. Ho got hin night's lodifingo in tho lock up, nnd threo wooks' bod and board nt llor Majoaty'a oxponao. Ono of tho lato.il; caliomos o...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. FOURTH DAY-NOVEMBER 7. SPRING STAKES. (To start at 1 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

V.R.C. SPRING MEETIWG. FOURTH. DAY— Novjjitbeb 7. SPUING STAKES. (To start nt 1 p.m.) A si7oopistnlco» of 10 tovn eaoh, 2 ft, with S00 added, tjooond horse to rcooive 50 mid the third 20 sova out of thoiitako. 1'or throo yearn old— coltn, Bib lOlh ; fillies, But 5lb. aaldlnKn at timo of rmmiuir allowed 5lb. Wlnuor of any (tut rncu (not a handi cap) vuluo IDO both, to carry 7lb i-xtru; two or moro niiuli racen, lulb extra. 1J milo. Utrturu. Junca mid Uooiior'n ch oNenha/cn, Now minnter— Occana Mr. W. Dullcy'u ch c Coil, Aborcorn—Coura Mr. J. B. Cluvli'u br o Lo Var, Lochiol— ha Vulotlo; I'LEMINGTON STAKES. (To otart at l.-0 p.m.) A handicap cnoopstakon of 5 nova eaoh, 1 ft, with 200 added. Bocond horso to rroeiTo 60 boyb out ot thu ataiko. For two-year-olds. Winner of any handicap Out raco attor dccluration of ncigbU to enrrjr 71b oxtra. 4 furlougu Siydn. Bt lb Bt lb Kccra ? 0 7 Wliito Voil ... 7 10 Tho Hynuotlut ... 0 4 iliuifrad ? 7 » Wctford ? 3 a Autocrat ? 7 8 ?ffloot Admiral^ ....

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SWITCH-BACK STEEPLECHASE ANOTHER NOVELTY. It Rivals the Bike. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

A SWITCH-BACK STEEPLECHASE ANOTHER NOVELTY. ' It Itlvuls tho Ulko. The latest addition to tbo many divor eiona offorod to tho jaded ploasuro-sookor is tho awitch-back Btooplocha3e. A company has just boon floated abroad to exploit tho idea. This invention ia an adaptation of tho principlo of tho gravity railway, but inr-tead of tho cars of tho laminar awitcii-hacl: tlio inventor has in troducod life-sized horses, mountod on an iron framing, and running on stool rails fixed to iron standards placed at cortaiu diBtancca apart, Thus a continuous railroad is formed, whilo additional security is obtained by means of guide rails, which prevent any accidont occur ring through tho horso leaving tho top rails or otherwise. Tho groat ndvan tago which this ' etooploohauo' pontioBBcn ovor othor switchbacks is that each rider controls hia own borne, nnd that by adroitly using hia weight at the propor mouiont hc- ia oimblod to pasa another whoso cffortti only produco friction against tho rails an...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. SPRING STAKES: NEWHAVEN. FLEMINGTON STAKES : [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

V.It.C. SPRINU MEETING. SPUING. STAKES': NEWHAVEN. ' '! FLEMINGTON STAKES : PATRIOT ? 1 The Eldkb ? ... 2 HriiETTua or Tub Boukuian Givlu ? 3 V.R.C. HANDICAP: DAMIEN ? ? 1 Dreamland ? ? 2 Devon or Kbka ... ,„ .„ 3 STEEPLECHASE: WHBRNSIDE ... ? 1 Campabpe ? 2 Takuacom or NirPER ? 3 C.B. FISHER PLATE: NEW1IAVKN ? 1 Bloodshot ? 2 Hopscotch ? .„ 3 FINAL HANDICAP :' ? AGTON ? 1 The Chevalier ? .,, 2 PlLATUB or ALADACULIA... ... 3

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") ROSEHILL RACES. FIRST DAY-SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7. GRANVILLE STAKES: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

TO-DAY'S TIPS. (By ' PILOT.') ROSEHILL RACES. FIRST DAY— Satujidat, Novembxb 7. GKANVILLE STAKES : ELLINGEUAH ? 1 KwUL&HQik. ? 2 Namkbake ? 3 STEEPLECHASE : KKCKLKSS ? 1 Alarm Hell ? ... ... 'I Bushman ? 3 - SHORTS HANDICAP: PENSEZ-A-MOI ? ... 1 Ska Ukkezk ? ... 2 Thespian ? 3 NOVEMBER HANDICAP : THE BIEDDLJEK ... ? 1 Locu Fad ? 3 Elton ? ... 3 WELTER MILE: : ?; PHAKAMOND ... ? 1 Kllinqkrah ? '1 UnrnEh ... . ? 3

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

Tho trohtinf,' record for Europo ia now hold by M»(r|rio Shormnn, who trotted n third heftfc n.t Biulon, AiiKUnt 16, in 2min 15 7-lOaoc. Thia maro wnn broil in Amorica. In all hor racoa no a threo-y oar-old, oho wun out of plnco but onco, whicl\ wnn no dis Ki'ftco, inasinuch nti tho pruBont; qnnon o£ trottoro, Alix, wan in tho namo race nud }ikoTriso tlofontud. Uonnio Mannrthy nnd Quoonsboron^h nro to bo inatod with Itobinaon Ci'tiooo in Netr /oaland tltio sonBoii.

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

'ARROW' £60 COMPETITION. Now tlmt tlio Imrrjr and linotlo ottondnut on tho bi[f Viotorla.li raoiiu: o.irniTnl io oior, mid, wo onn i;ot a. littlo bioutliinc timo, no »ro nblo in thin ia/uio Io inform our rrudorn of the nolual roaulta in ouniiootioii vrith tho' first Ar.now ooinpotition. No Ichb tbivn 07 oomps titoro worn miooconful in oorroctly ulaoinn: til* Hiunoro of the Cnulfiolri nnd Melbourno Cup raoas. This boiug do, no dooidod to issuo tha following ciroulmr : — ' THE AKKOW '? TWO CUPS COMPETITION. Tub Aruow Offlco, 109 York-titreet, Sydney. Norcniher 3, 180S. Dnnr Sir,— Slxty-Boven compntltnro hnvinj; heou ?nccennful in plcHnir the iTliinnru of the Cnnlliold andHclbourno Cnp»— Ororaoino and NanhaVon — Uio proprietors o! Tut: Aunuir ha»o decided, with tho eminent of Mm compntltorn, tn dlrjdn tha i'50 into threa prizes, us follorru : lnt £3, '.lud .C15, and 3rd £10. If you nro ncrroohlc to tills noiirso boini; ndoptcl plomc nrlto Hie word 'yen' ou thn lino Uelow, lilcn your UH...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 7 November 1896

I3=-~ u ? ? | ?? ? -a,, *' [?] Another Countess in tho Divorce Court. Tho usual count. ? ? * JBathurab Indies nro taking an nctivo iutorcat in tlio Fodoration movouiont. Fodoration is iv nort of political matrimony which appoala strongly to tho foininiuo instinct? A Now Woman ad.: — 'Wanted, a lady aBsiutant clttrk ; must undorstand doublo ontry book-koopiiig.' It is timo tho old man imulo up his mind that his misssion is to stay at homo and darn tho socl;a. Is tho lunatio Crcnnwpll Tiohborno ? It eootns to ua that tho matter ought to bo finally sottlod Boinobow or anotlior, Tho odoroua'Tichhorno ghost has benn stalk ing about Australia Ionj» enough. It is worse than tho Doan curse. Tho Daily AroLoaiRT lms impartod a roddonod huo to King-street in its lurid efforts to show that tho Land Tax i» it howl ing success, and that tho Keid Oovornmunt is a good thing for Now .South Wales sugar-growors. Tho Apologist has hnd to swallow itii own npino a great many times bofore, but this last g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

m te ? . j,H b- ?am' w-%& La TVTERVES -A3HD- BLOOD CURED.--' J3I Nerroua Uobllllr, I-OMt Vltullty, Varloocole. - Youthful Follies, cured br AWAI.1NK VITAIjITV PII.IjO. Opnoiulpoworful couroo, 43o Cc!: ordinary, coiirnc. 23d (Jd; small boico. On and ll'rj. . Blood ? UiooauoD, Strioturo Scujili'(t'i Uloot, Dln'oKarKnn, nttd Sores cured perinanoutly by ALfALINU LOCK 1'ILLH. Trieo tamo u« Vitality Pilln. Bend for Froof asnphlot, with nil pHrticulars. ConcsrMiiulooce confidential:. l(X),0O0 tootimoniula. UKUf.t KA8SMUSSEN, Unuiflh Hortalist, 547 Uenriro-atrtct (uoar liirorpool-atront), Sydnoy. ? AlUMNeillCMt.'i. ? rjp II E A T RE R 0 Y A L. SATURDAY nn.l MONDAY KVENINO8 TWO Jr'AItEWBI.Ii rKBPOKMANCES, IUjAND HOLT AND HIS 1'OPDLAlt COntPANT IN IN SIGHT OF ST. PAUL'S IN SIGHT OF ST. PAUL'S. Prlooo— 3s, 2», nnd Is. Jlox Plan nt Elry'a. Day Tlcketn nt Power's. ? __^__ CO O a JO E AQUARIUM. TUB I1ANQKU MAN, thouirli considerably oxhauntod, romnino nuspcndrd, nnd ill ou riot* at nur tl...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14. FLYING HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

TO-DAY'S TIPS. (Br ' PILOT.') WARWICK FAKM RACES. Saturdat, Noveudeb 14. PLYING HANDICAP: THE KINO ? 1 TnEopiAN ? 2 Admonition ? 8 FARM HANDICAP: EUGLO ? 1 Macdomald ? 2 Lord Gukbpord ? 3 STEWABDS' MILE: ELLINGIORAH ? 1 Keloo ? 2 Monap.ck ? 3 WARWICK FARM HANDICAP: WYALONG ? 1 Hobin Hood ? 2 The Meddler ? 3 PACE WELTER: CANDOUR or C.B ? I SlQUINlUU ? ? 2 Umiboh ? 3.'

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1896. FLYING HANDICAP. (To start at or about 2,15 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

WARWICK FARM RACES. SATonDAT, NovBunun 14, 1890. FLYING HANDICAP. (To uttr.rt at or nbqut l!.li p.m.) 01 70 goto; uccnml lioruo It) noru from tlio price. The winnor of nu; Imudlcnp flat race nftor tbo ' dooluration of tlio wolglits to carry 71b extra; of two or uioro, lUlb extra. About 0 furlong. ot lb Mr. T. M'Corthy'o b U Etalaobito, 5yra ... 0 5 Mr. H. Wnlkor'o br h Wjalonu, iym ? 0 D Mr. J. W. Flannnnu'i b h Thcnnlnn, Ojrn ... 8 G Hr.'A.WHltamii1 eh m MilkinBid, 6yra ... 0 2 Mr. J. B..Clift'n b h Loijb. Mnlr, 4yra ? 7 12 Mr. J. Btconoon'n bi' f Adrconitiou, 3jrn .., 7 '£ Sir.' JohnBIiiTo'obxi'rhoKiAiif, 3jra ? 0 13 Mr. ir.'Qurmtt'nlirffTii'.o Scotchman, 4yrs... 6 13 Mr. M. Sraiurook'n ch UTotapluatowo, njeil... 0 IU Mv. E. Keja'blk b libony,nu'6il ? C 12 Mr.E.E, A.Oatley'oohmtJataraot. -yro ... 6 Vi Mr. 13. E. A. OWloy'e br s T lie Squire, 3yro... 0 7 THE FARM HANDICAP, (To ntnrt at or ubout 'i. 50 p.m.) Of CO nova; oeconJ liorae 10 uovu from the iirir.o. 1'or oil hotocj wliioh ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

ON THE WHEEL. As was gonorally oxpeoted by tho critics, Crystal Palaco track is proving a very fast ona, and will soon hold moit of tbo records. A quad unpriced, from a standing start, ban done a mils on it in lmin 63 l-5aeo, the half in i 58ion. The truck, judging by a photograph of tho opening and tho start for the ton miles, is a very fine ono of ooraont surfaco, nnd it is .discreditable to Australia that a purfootly up. to-duto track has yot to bo constructed. S. M'Grogor and A. Nolson have ridden 31 miles GlOjdH in an hour on Crystal Falauo traok, the host for that clues of machine 'previously being 30 miles 855yda by A. A. Clntso (who,' by the way, is spoken of as a likely visitor to Australia), and A. E. Wai tors. Tom Liuton hna tho siuglo I'ooord of 31 milcH . Syds iu aii hour. Sluoo this was written word oomon by the mail that Btooka has ridden 31 milcB 518yd- only C2yds bohind tho tandem effort. Mr. Charles Bcnnott, who has boon on a bnsinoBS trip to tho old country, retur...

Publication Title: Arrow, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAT. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

TO-DAT» HAOrNG. ?Warwick Fnriu Bacoa.— Finit rnco, 2.15 p.m. Special trulnn to tho couroo nn followo : — Ilorao t toxos, Ha.in.; paiioeuBero, 12.2,1, 12.50, and 1.18 p.m. « BOWING. Oletio Eouiac Club Atmunl Itoirnttn. AT KIGUT. I.ICICOM .;. ... ' Franeillon,' at 0 p.m. 'Xbkatiie Eoi;,!. ... 'InO)(jlit of St. Paul'u,' at ? ftp.ro. Hun Majedij'b .,, ' Faoo to Faco,' at 8 p.m. CniTituoit ' ? ' MariUun,' 3ydaoy Opera Soolcty. Tivoli ... '.., HnrrTllic)i»rdB'Co.,atBp.m. ClCLOnilii ,,, ... '' Jariiuulem,' 10 a.m. to 10 ? p.m.-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

Ninety yeanT.withoUtJl slumbering ? ^4 example of. -Mc jfpj) /(QWvbut it is a mere no!hm{U|S#/ (sra^to the credit thntteM^y' ADVICE AND MEDICINE, 2s (io, . . ntt.-ArjFiti3i- AGAasr7;, ? A legally quallllud Medical Practltlouar ami Sur.. kooii, ro({iHr.oi-o(l in Uroub llritaiu, ami b; tUu Medical Uouril of N.8. Wales, late of tho Royal Injlrmavy, ICdlnbiirKli, oinl Uiiivorslty Collotfo UouiilUil, JiOiidoji, neuH I'atlouta Daily at thu City ?rovldont Dinnoiifiary, 603 oKonuK-sTHBKT, iinrcicfXBr.n nir.ii (Siuno nldoim 'J'otvu ilall, uOarUuiilbum-Ntrout. I DK. - COMS- WUIGKTS FlS.lI/UiU TAlUiKUS BKSTOnR UKGUIjAHITir NO MATTER WIIAT OAUSB OK HOW IjONG STANDING. Those Newly-Dinuoverml T.VULE'I'S aro a KJSi T1VK CUlilO, Kvou in tlio Most Oliitinato (Jaaua. PiUOE, 10a ami JSI \m- liox, Extra atron;j. ?Call or wvltn— l!0 YOUK-STUEET, 'WYNVAltD-SQUAriE. ? Box !I79, U.I'.O., Hyduoy. ? _^ ? DR. GIBBONS,^' 137 ELIZABETH-STREET, SYDNEY. I-«. OIltltONS, who In irobly-qunHliod and Koiristoroil, Ima...

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BOATING BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

BOATING BITS. ? If oorapotitara bed oocaoion to complain of tbo fioklonous of Saturday's broozo, JlloncUy'ii ntronff bloVr amply oornponpatod tlioin. It blow a lif.tlo too bard for aomo of tho boatn, and nan not by any mcuuiu a rcgattn broor.o. Bnt ot tho Bftmo tirno it mijrht hnvo boon ovor go much worno, for in tho foronooa thoto rrno erory indioation of roin, nnd jnot lthun tho ruin-lRclcn clouds lookod moat ominoun mid tho roirattaitoH bofian to vroar a oorrooponding look to that of tho day, imnnliino burst fortli. But tlio wind did not modornto, kito-aettinc boinpr oomplotcly out of llio question, nnd Dniiliini,' undor ovory ntituh us in tho oaou of tlio J.I5.S.C. raoo of tho proviouo Saturday wao in unknown quality j connequontly from a moing point of viotv Oalruaiu EcRalla 'f)0 did not nomo up to its pradecf nnor nn fur no vroathoi1 oonditionn tyom concerned. Novortholonn, tho splondid fluRship Ar&man wna thronircd with opootalorn, priuoipally of tho fair nox, who lon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

§'THE ARROW' INSURANCE-. -COUPON. SPECIALLY GUARANTEED DY . THE NEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO., N.S.W. Branch— 81 Pitt-btiiekt, Sydney. To wliom Nollco of Claim, nnilcr tli« followliiK cnnilltiona jnuat Ijo sriiit l-» llio ulmvo A.l.lrcHK. within seven ilnyn after tlio Accident. ? £100. £100. £100. £100. INSURANCE for HEADERS of 'THE ARROW.' ONE HUNDRED POUNDS WILL BE PAID BY THK ABOVE COMPANY TO TUB LEGAL UEI'nESENTATITE OF ANYONE WHO IS KILLED UY AN ACCIDENT TO A TRAIN, STEAMBOAT, OMNIBUS, TBAMCAB, Licensed COACH, ok Licensed OAB within the Colony of Now South Wales, in which tlio decreed wnsnn ordinary paBtsonsor mid not. a rnilwny orotlior cprvnnt on duty; or wboKlinll liavo been fatally injured thcruby (should death result within ninety dnjn -if such accident). INSURANCE FOE CYCLISTS. Tlio abovo amount of ONE HUKDIIED POUNDS will l-o pnid uliould death occur from accidont whibst ridiiib' a ejelo (cxcludiii({ racing), subject to tUo conditions horoin beforo set forth. PUOVID...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

OU THE TRACK. BANDWICK. Thursday. Notrmnn and Confldonoo nora out at 5 o'oloolc, mid ran onoo round tlio tan trnok, fiuishini; mi lminotl, in 2min 23aao. Mnlnohitc ran about a inllo, Gtiialiinc tlio lant aix furloncH at hin boot paco. 'Onuulator irna coat a oouplo of timon round at lialf-pnoo, with a etronif run liotno tho lant Inilf ruilo. Pliaramontl luoroly cantered, but Inoka vrull. Gloiulounon ran a lout; milo, tlio Inet oix furlanifa taking lniin Kt.ioo. Cliookmata niovoil protty vroll oror nix fur lonpn. Sortio run a fair round on tlio inside traok, vrhilat Thoopian moroJ trail oror n, inilo — not at hia top, howovor. Ellincorah waa two longtlin nbnnd of Ruj tio at tlio oinl of a milo run iu fair tiino. Courage boat Kookrrnll ovor nix furlongs in inodomtn time, a tunic that PonBOZ-a-Mol did nicaljr. Kobin Hood mil tlio boot round of tlio morning on tlio tun in 2min 24*00 — only fair time Kolno rau a Rood milo, nhiUt Hndavtii boat Lord Qroiford ovor nix furlonflo in lmiu 22*oo...

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HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 14 November 1896

[?] [?] Macquurio-streot closod for a ?? pro lo»];o(] recoM.' A fitting finale to tlio prolonged distress. Queensland aeons to liavo just about put her foot through tlio Australian Fedora tion niovomont. 0 ' m a Tlio scionco of photography han so far advanced that it is how possible) to photo graph one's thoughts. This should nof alarm t'lio Australian politiciim in tho loast. ' Can your daughter play tlio piano ?' the Boss aaked tlio Turf Topica.man. ' Well,' ropliud that individual wearily, 'I don't know irhothor olio can or not, but aho dooa.' Tlio Sullnu of Tnvkny has roducod the salaries of hia oilicialo by 15 por cunt. N.8.W. in thoroforo not tho only country which in undergoing rotronohmotit. Tho Sultan manages tho retrenching business without a Civil Sorvico Board, and thuroia no reeonnidoring of eases, unloan by tho coroner. ? o ? I N.S.W. Fruotradn Party in Ruflorinir from tl n bad attack of AI'Kinloy. if, ia sweating II work for tho old D.T. to provo that tho |l 50,000,00...

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