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MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1890. TRAMWAY HANDICAP. (To Start about 3.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

100REFIELD RAGES. Satdudat, Novkudkh 21, .1890. THAMVVAY HANDICAP. (To Dlnrt nbont 2.10 p.m.) Of (30 iiotb. Tlieninuor of any liniulionp flat raco after tha declaration of tlio ncifrhta to cany 71b extra; of trro or more such hnudicaps, 101b extra. 0 furlongs. et lb Mr. J. W. FUimgxti'n b h Thtsplau, C/nt ... 0 b Mr. U. Williaiusou'* b m Hook JCoao, bjrn ... ? 8 12 Mr. W. KoIio'b 1- o Surviimr, Sjru ? 8 12 Mr. J. Coot'n br iu Uctlicl, S/rs ? 8 2 Sir. W. V. CrlcV'B b b Gorocur, 3ym ? 7 111 Mr. J. T. SucVc cb n Slnceiirliit, 4jr« ? 7 8 Mr. W. Kil&yn be li&J, n3C.\ ? 7 8 Sir. J. Stet&sou'n br f Ailmouitiou, Sjro ... 7 8 Mr. K. KejaM-ll«f5 KbQuy, &({«(! ... ... 6 12 Mr. II. Uradbutu's br m Xho Eo*. nct-J ... 6 12 'WELTER HANDICAP. (To (start al-otit ;.5O p.m.) Of TO eotit. Lon«t weight, Sat. Tho niuuer oIRttr Iiaaaicaji flat raco alur tho drolarAtlon of I weights to enrrjf 71b ertrn; of Vno or more Bucli JjsiiidicaiM! ImIIi citm, 0 furlouf o. Mr. T. O. Mu...

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

TO-DAY. : ItACING. HoorofloM Ifiiccn.— Pirot raco,1 2.10 p.m. Rpcelnl tniiun to tin; course an follovra i— Honio-boxea, 11.50 a.m. ; iiasgougcro, 12.38, 1-:.65; 1,5, aud 1.18 p.ia. AT NIGHT. J.T0KUU ? 'The Iroiimaotor,' at 8 p.m. Tkkatue Rotai, ... Cloned. Ubh JUiJEun'a ???-...? 'ATrlptoCJhinatowu,' at 0 li.in. OniTEBIOIl ? ClOBod. Tivoli ? Horrjniokttrda'Co.,atBp.m. Ctcloiuui ? ' Joruonlom,' 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

ON THE WHEEL. To-day thoro will bo a raao mooting on St. Kildu (Vio.) track, and mout of tho bast of tbo Longuo ridora and foroign viaitora will tako part. Tbo Brolhorn Prowao, of Manly, wbo both won handicaps at tho roaont Loaguo Carnival in Sydney, havo gone to Molbourno to tako part iu thu Auotral mooting. Ono of tho noatost tirgumnnta a London oyolo papor him oomo aarosn for a long timo auont tho woii;ht quostiou, ouriously onougb, ia from an Amoriaau nourco, whiali utatoa that aa regards tho woight of u oyolo ' it munt bo romomborod that a bicycle in mado to carry the rider, it not boiiifr contompiatod that thu bioyclo should bo oarriod arouud.' In tho abnonoo of tbo oycling oditor, who waa on holiday, tho aporting oditor Vfna aokod to adviso a beginnor on tbo quoution of oiling a balled hoad. Tho flimplo man looked down tho lint of ndvortincrn and ndvinod tho onquiror — a lady — to apply llarlono night and morning. Fact I—So nayti 'O'lioilly,' ot Wheelinq. Tho pacing in tho ro...

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BOATING BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

BOATING BITS. . ' . loon wan airain a viotor loot Saturday. Tliin makou thrno eonnonulwo iriiw for Mr.. Qiif iltlio, mid nliowa what good handling oan do for a good boat. Tho ftenoral impronoion loft by lant Satur dfvy'o yauht rrtoo in that cruising miilis are no part of y«ohtini; from u rneing ataudpoiut innido tho harbor. It doon noom ridiouloua to road that ono boat oould not ntart beonuuo thcro wna not oufficiont wind to carry her to tlio utartinj; point, uud to know ut Ilia namo timo that tlio oanvan of tha yachtu ootnpolini; ill tho ruco was bo reiitriolud. Tho Koyal Syduoy Yaoht, Squadron nhouUl roally bo a. bit rnoro vontnruaonio. . A raoo ntioli an lust Saturduy'n inuy bu comfortablo ouourIi, but to nituonn it coined iioinowhat hard on tho unattached flngubip apeotator. In tho Sjiltioy FlyincSquadroii'/irnooof limt Suturdny Uraou Darlmi;, liaviiif; bcutan Ida in (hs firot hunt, hiul to uivu up uhuiuo of plnoo to tho lattor in thn Tumi. Tlii'i munt hard boon nxtrouidly untin...

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KERR'S FORM IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

KE Hlt'S FORM IN MELBOU.TtNK. Wally Korr rotnrnod homo from Molbourno ou Thurnday. Ho iu nlill n. bit stiff from tho fall in tho half-milo hint Saturday, and nomu wbat soro at tho poor oxbibition bo mado. Hiu worst bodily injury, bosidou bruisoB, waa tbo ohipping of tho oartilago of a rib. Ho in uimply lost for words to dosoribo tho wrotuhod form bo ahowo'l. 1'ho milo noratoh waa run firnt, and in tho otirly part bo folt aa if ho must win with ouuo, but at tbo finish ho uimply bad not au ounce of powor, not ovon to mako a nhow of a otrugglo, and it must havo looked to tho crowd an if ho wantod to got boaton. Tlion, whon bo walked in from 20ydo bobind noratoh in tho boat of tho half-mile, tbo crowd ' said things.' Ho doon not wondor at it. Again in tlio final ho could not finish against tho wind. Ho did not fool ill, but wan too woak and liatloaa to do anything. Bcforo bo loft Sydnoy ho tried a lnp on tho Uampdon track and could only do 42boo, whoroas ho had previously managod 37noo....

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

ON THE TRACK. IUNDWICK. TlIUKUDAY. Etirmliftir was finiL lo bo roproBouloil on tlio track, and uont Mihb Nora a uxoful nix furlongs aftor ciuitorinir a couple of timos round ; .tilts (illy i« looking Tory wall. No\t innu mid ('onlidonoo wora annintod l-y Bliiifj ovor iv oirolo on llio tun, run in iimiii UGaen, tho formor haviuir thn bettor of tlio otlior pair ut tlio tioinli. Chciokmulu put in a fair milo, but i* not quilt) liiinaulf yi«t. Cravat loiika ivnll imrl wmif. mnnlv ov.»f fi fotiml Pn i*«' tUon(i|nuu:i ran n. pooil inilo mid a furlong, Mssiatud bj Priuoo of \V:ilun tlio lant nix furlonun, wbioh took liniu i'lsmi. Tlio Scotch man beat Huy and Marnliimictm ? ovor nix furlnuyii in liniu 22i-i(\ Siibrotiichn and Tlio Enclimitor put in lontr, ntosidy 'work, whilst Glaiidoiiiion fluihliud a lont;Ui uluiad of Maluoliito at t)io uud of u milo, which wua run in inodor.ito tinui. Dandy Dick ran a. useful nix furloujiH. Sorlio mid Quondonf; run a milo, linir.lmu: together, in ltnin '...

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

' w ** B 0'H l^tfM' f!$& ' Only 8d a month for tho boat and brigbtost wookly uowapapor for mon and womon — tho Sunday Timku. If you nro not alroady a. rondor order tho papor from your nearest nowBngont. ADVICE AND MEDICINE, 2s 0». Dli. AI.FUN1) AdABSIZ, A loBully qunlilloa Medical I'ractltiouor nnd Sur jrooii, roylntorml in Groat Britain, nml by tuo Mmlical llounl of M.S. Walon, Into of Uio Iloyal Infirmary, Edinburgh, uud Univormty Gollus;o Hospital, Xiondoii, oooa i'atiouto Daily at tlio (Jlcy Providflnt Dliinouiiary, (iOU OEOllUfi-STUlOKT, IlBIClCFIIOLn HUiT, (Samouido an. Town Hull, uoarUuiilburu-ulroot.) Bit. coiiE . WRiarrrs picmalk TAU LISTS RESTOUK KEGUr.AIUTY NO MATTER 'WHAT CAUSE OK HOW LONO HTANDINQ. TIicbo Nowly-lM«covorod TAHIjIO'l'S aro a i'OSI TIVK OUItE, Kvon iu tho Moat Obatinato Oiisoa. I'llICE, 10a and JH pur box, Extra Strong-. Call or writo— 20 Y0UK-3TBEET, WYNYAUD-SQUAUE. Uox U73, U.V.O., Sydney. DR. GIBBONS, 137 ELIZABETH-STREET, SYDNEY. nit; OIIHIONS,...

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Turf TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

[?] Motropolitana to-day aro to bo catorod for at Mooreflold, Whoro thoro is a fairly good programmo, fcho chanco of a soa brcoze, and tho poa- N sibility of backers knocking tho books oudwuys. Tho odds being, howovor, elightly tho othor way about, notwithstanding tlmt tho roport after Warwick Farm racoa tlmt Rood puntora wero Bcarco, and thoso prcBont uot loaded with bullion. Monto, by Montor, wna a runner last weok. Ho carried Mr. M'Kullar's colors, and shaped fairly. llohusman did not run woll at Warwick Farm. Purlmps ho will do better at Now castlo, whoro tlioro i8 tho chanco of a bit of sweop-moncy. Tlioro ia to bo a Christinas Carnival at Lillio Bridge, in which a big entry of pouios will bo made. Tho prizo monoy runs to 100 sova. Tolograph baa bad a vory fair innings in Victoria, and will got a chanco now about Syduey, whoro ho may not bo oanily settle with suburban fiolda. Mario May in moving well at ltandwick, and nho should shortly tuako a good bid for a woltor raco ; but ...

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

§'THE ARROW' IMSURAKCE COOPPsT] SPEOIALLt GUAEAKTEED BY .TUB WEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT 1NSU1UKCE CO., N.S.W. IiBAHCn---81 PlTT-BTBEET, SYDNEY. To whom Notloo of Claim, und«r Uio foUowJnjj oondltlons lnuat bo aent to tlio nbovo Adilreia. within Bovcn tlnjfs alter tlio Accident, ^eioo. £ioo. ifiioo. £ioo. INSURANCE for HEADERS of 'THE ARROW.' ONE HUNDRED POUND8 WILL BE PAID BY THE ABOVE COMPANY TO THE LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE Off ANYONE WHO 13 KILLED BY AN ACCIDENT TO A TRAIN, STEAMBOAT, OMNIBUS, TEAMCAE, Licensed COACH, or Licensed OAB within Hie Colony of How South Wales, in wlilch tho deceased witflan ordfnary paM&ngor ami not a railnny or ether servant on duty; or who nhnll have bcon fatally injured tlicrohy (should death rcoult within ninety daya of tuoli uccidout). INSURANCE TOR CYCLISTS. Tho abovo amount of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS will bo paid oliotild death occur from uccidont whilnt ridliii; a cyclo (oicluuluc racina), Dubjcct to tho conditions horoln boforo cot forth. PBOVIDED ALW...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

Whon Albort Edward, Priuco of Walon* was in America 80 yoarn ago ho planted an oak tree in Central Park, Now York, Thin tree hi said in tho uhapn aud manner of itu growth and tho arrangement; of loavou and lltnltn to boar quito n, ntrildug likcmoBB lo tho Prince. Ye, Gods ! What n curiosity iu abot'iculbiito ib muiibbo. ah' tiu*i* i»nu iiiuivn mier i,iio niatoriai comfort of an up-nountry congrogabioii was jtuiihod for f,oaln the other Sunday evening, lie wan, however, equal to the oinm-goncy. Several empty korosiono bins which had noun duly ut a marriage ooromotiy previously wore lying about outsido bhoiiacrededlllco. lio brought them into tho church aud no accommodated Miouo woraRipporu who woro ntanding. I

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

[?] [?] Tho Bad-thirst Fodoration Convention. Tho People's Foed-oration — a more 'ckm,' o o o Parliamont bun boon pro-roguod. That; is to nay, tlioro will bo no moro roguery in tho Macquario-streot Tabernacle uulil it mootu again. s, . Tlioro was a good doal of 'Wnbb about tho Bathureb Convention. TUo wholo thine 'an a tangled wob of Federal souti mont, tiud in ono inconccquont knot. o a a Nurao : 'Tiro lovoly boys, oir.' Fathor : ' Tivo ! This comon from marry ing a woman who was in tho wholesale willinory buainona.' Ono of tho principal onthiwiasts at pro Bont trying to broatho tho broath of lifo into tho Fodoration movement ifi the Bondigo medico, Dr. Quick — 'tho quick aud tho dead.' Tho flap; carriod by tho Contingent occu pied a proininonb place at tho Uathurot Convention ; by nomu oversight tho Soudan Coat was not on exhibition at tho Federal Monagorio. Tho Ilorno Editor of This Arrow was ongngod to bo married huh ho broke off hia ongagemont with tho girl ' because lior pnrro...

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

FLETCHER'S TILLS nevor fail to euro INDIGESTION, COSTIVENES3, SOUR BREATH, HEARTBURN, LIVE II DISEASE, and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMENTS TON-IC aro tho recogniood household rontodies of the Australian coloniou, and ovory donigning quack tries to trndo ou thoir reputation and renown, This is tho grealoKt proof of their merit, and sufferers waub lo be particular to gcb the gotuiino articled, as regret and disiippoinbnieub aro uuro to follow tho uho of the bliousands of ' All-failing ' remedies so frooly advor tined. Tho reputation arid widespread ubo of Clemen In Toniu and Flotchor'a 1'illg aro the greatest proofs of their apprecia tion by the public. If they wore nob aa represented they would have puuuml out of memory long ere thin; bub instead their ualo i» f'Toator, and bhoy are more I'steomed day by day and week by woolc, nnd Hub emphatically proves their undisputed nuproinaey. Tiinteu to no argmuoub from iiitorcfiti'd parties; deiuiuid the ('enuiuo iirticleH, a...

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CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

3 y ^S=?s V v \ '^ ,. ' ' -n n /n-\ r vIf^tp Tr 'n [?] ri'MIR Bolcction committoo liavo startod -'- thoir Intercolonial -wooding work with great caution. Thoy havo not puzzlod thomsolvDB greatly in picking twonty from whom tho dozon to go South will bo finally fiahodout. Tlio selection of tho twonty is quito an easy ncconiplialitnont, but tho lishiiiR out of tlio final dozon ia hedged in with porploxing contingencies. Tho names ol tho twonty aro givon bolow, viz : — ? QuKaoitv Qarrbit lilGDAIiB MACKENZIE Donnan Wai.tkub KKLLT W. itlCHAUDSON fil'KlDBIM PoiDKVIN Turnur coninqiiah KKWKI.Ii M. A. NonLB Howslt. AlTHTlN HOVKINB Tkumvku M'JJKTU YOULL ? ? ? No other Now South Walos toara, within my rocolluotion, was as difficult to aoloot as this ono. Thero nro bo many protninont players of almost oqual uiorib, and so many young onoo with splendid porformnucoa rising up only too roaily to force back any of tho oldor playora who way bo Buffering from n lupso of form, that each of tho „ selec...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

BOWLS. Tbo anfavorablo naturo of tho waatbor daring tbo past two, wook/s baa irivou us vory littlo abanoa of writing anything about bowls or tbo gamo'a followoro. AVliat with top drouainff and froquont downpourn of rain bowloro uave found norno difficulty inonatohincr an honr or two'a play, and connequontly tbo olnbo bavo beon protty woll dcacrtod, but lot nu bopo that noxt wook will introduoo a moro ohooritiff atato of affairn, and thuo pavo tho way for a (food afternoon's mport thin day vrook, wbon tho first batob of iutar-club llxturcn *w in* mu UVUiUUUi Wayorloy Club in iu a bit of a dilomma ovor tboso flxturcn arraugod by tho variouB Bocro tarioo two or three wooko buck. Unforooen oironniBtnnooa prevontod that body being ro protioutod, and now Mr. Hon. S«o. Clarlto is trying to woouro a fow of tho datoa loft opon. Ho ahonld oxporionco vory littlo troublo in tho mattor, an boforo tho mooting roforrod to dinporand, ono or two ponitionij for Wavorloy Club woro found on ouuh lint o...

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SPORTS SWIMMING SPLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

[?] SWIMMING SPLASHES. Auotlior bad weak for tho sport. Bat 'tin an ill wind that blown nobody good. Last Satnrilay'o ruin inado n. big difforonco in tbe namborof ntartoro. AH oluba, ozaopting Bondi, faced tho mnaic. Bondt and Kantorn Suburbs' Claba to tho foro to-day. Loo's nond-off noxt Tuooday. Ho'll nliovr Africandara what Australians otiD do in tbo wutor. Goorge Kohlor, a ivliiloin oraok Now Soatli WaloR Bwimmor, ia prominent in tbo gamo at Capetown. Jim Toobor showed nomo of bia ono-timo dash at Parrunmtta on Wodnosdny night. Strong oontingontfl from Bahmiin and tbo Falaco Emporium Cliibu auaintod at tbo anoiont borougb'a Carnival. Mauaflouiont a lot bottor tban last your. Flaborty'u win of tho Intorolnb Unndioap waa ii Tory oiviiy ono. Jim Tuylor will fix bim Bnfo for tbo futuro. Tbo 200yds Handioap wont bis way, too. Qood boy, Flaborly. No signs of tbo Windsor ladioa' olub yofc tbis eoanon. Aro thoy waiting for Boraobody ? to Uko tbe IColly Brotbors' plaoo aa iuntruo tors? T...

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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. WARWICK FARM ITEMS. THE SUMMER MEETINGS. SELECTIONS FOR MOOREFIELD. Newcastle Races—West Australia as a Racing Colony—A Reduction of Racing. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

y''3* TURF TALK AMD TIPS. WARWICK FARM ITEMS. THE SUMMER MEETINGS. SELECTIONS FOB HOOKEFIELD, Newcastle Knees— West Australia ns n KucIiiet Colonjr— A Kcduotioa of Kiiciii^-, (Br 'THE CAPTAIN.') l^is woakly pil^rinmgo in ooarch of eporfc. with or without tho cash accorapanituonb of wnfjem won, took followers last Saturday to Warwick Farm. Tho trip was mado a Httlo unploasnnt by a thunderstorm, but aa it took pluuo whilst tho train journoy was boing mado, nnd tho tiky cleared on arrival at tho courso, thoro wna not much to liud fuulb with. Tho eourao mul uurroHndiiujB born an inviting, frosh appnaranco, worth tho journoy hb a chaugo of ncono from tho city. M^r. Oatloy hiiH n Gplondid property in Warwick Farm, bub L1IU UlblllllUU t^UUIJlH IU IK) Ifc UilL IU ^VVblll^ bijf crowds, though tho apecial trainu maku tho journoy vory smartly. Tho crowd was barely an average oue, and nftor tho book makors had (jot through what most of thom doclared a bad daj'fi buBiness, tho public gob credit ...

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QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

QUESTION BOX. J.M. (Riolimoitd IMrori i Qlorionn in n. brown ' horao. Ho wna brod iu England in 1874, and ia by Yioto'riuo Irom Lotty Wost. Tlio Krmvo-diggorD nil Eltlmm (Vic.) Comotory iindroiiiiod u ' oommiiniontion to Molbouvuo Board' of lloalth tho othoi* d»y iu whiult Uiuy HiibiaillotH tlmL Mio |-iouiul v/ao no linvd thai)' tho Rravoa hud to bonunlc l-y blnntlitf;. Tfio lloiird roRrottod tlmfc nothing oould bo dono boyond oxpronolng tho Uoanl'n fjympathy with thfl Rrnvo dipf|{orn. Oomioqnontly tho Wiiboliovor who hiiB tbo hiiiifoLiiuio bo ho ourlod nb Klthain vW\ nob only bo damned, but bliuitod iui woll, ?

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A STRANGE STAGE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

'A STBAWGE STAGE .ACCSDEiT. It was at Hardwicke'a shooting-box that I mot Oftyloy. ; 'He's a rum chap,' said Hardwicko to mo, in a whispor, aftor ho had introduced U8j 'you'll find him a little queer at flint, but you'll Boon got usod to him. Tho fact in, ho had rather a nasty knock n year ago, and ho hasn't quite recovered from it yet. I'll toll you all about it nftor dinnor to 111!^ (I I/. Wo had got half-wny through our first cigars when Hardwicko came over to tho window whore I was sitting watching tho magnificent harvoat moon. 'Bob has just gono out for a stroll,' ho said, 'bo I'll toll you tho little yum I promised. ' ' A few yours ago ho qualifiod aa a Biirgoon, and bought a practice in a south coast town. Ho did vory well until ho met Ciaaio Dartry, who took a cottage next door to him, and came down to recuporato after hor trying labors at tho Long Acio ? Theatre. Bob was callod in to attend hor ono day, and from that timo forth ho bo enrao hor Blavo. Tho fatal passion took ...

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QUIVER QUIPS Sagittarius [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

I \/'T'A l\rr q c- ? ^ /O [?] Exkotjtivk ability lias boon described rb tho nrt of knowing; how to make othor people work witliout doing anything at all yoursolf. If thnfc ia true, thoro must bo a doal of ii 'oxootttivo ability' aboub tho proBonfc %? Government, which turns do much work, £ nnd Soleet Committoos and tho liko; iu | fact, tlioro muut bo plonty of ' exocutivo f ability ' about tho vrholo 125 momboro ?; who form our Purl i am on t, for in tho pleasing matter of doing nothing at all. and drawing good pay for doing it our bo . callod roproaontativoa cnu hold their own agiviiiBfc all-cuuicrs. To-day tho Bhuttors of tho Macquario '.. Btreot Talking Shop aro up, and for tho noxt six monthii lion, mombors will havo nothing to do in a Parliamentary way except draw thoir salarioa and uwaggor round among tho common herd with tho nir of men who own tho earth, and havo first offor of Puradiao aa woll. Thia ia good for our distinguished ? nonntors, of courue, but if that poor pil ga...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 21 November 1896

BOXING NOTES. ChallongCBj oountor ohalioiiKOB, and aooop tanooa in ovidonoo durinff tho past fovr dnyn would load ono to think that ut least n. oouplo of fintio battlon tiro on tho tapis hero. Finst of all wo liavo Arnold, olhorwiso Bolford, nud yomiR Twccdio at ouch othor. Thoy both pro foao to bo vory onxiouti for tlio fray, but of tho two Twoedio appears moat (fcnninoly no. Arnold colled upon ua on Tuoaday nud profcasod (jror.t onKOrneaa to got at tho Eooka boy. IIo ovon wont to tho cxtont of onying ho would punch him at nifjlit, a proceeding v/hioh wo otronjily doprooatod, and auirRootod that thoy nhould moot at thiu offioo on Thurndnyntll o'olouk for tho purpooo of fixing up thinna. Twocdio was hero to timo, and waitod an hour or more, but nary ani|;:iof Arnold. Druvr your own inferouoos, roadern. Ono Morris wanta to moot Jim Lnrron, and Jim, notliiiiji loth, ia ' willlu',' but thorn'a n little local impudimont in tbo way whiou will tako aoino surmounting. Jturron wan boand oyo...

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