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

[?] On the clauBio heath of Band wick To-day a vory ordinary lob of racohoroca will provide tho uport. But when wo rofor to a similar pro gramme in Mnrvollous Smollbourno for a Saturday tho comparison sutiafloa un. After tho rain tho rncocourno ought to bo froahonod up, but thorn is such ft thing no too much wntor. It takes n hoavy fall, liowovor, tononk Itnudwick enough toiunko tho Co ing bud. Wynlong ran indifferontly nt Moorefield, and porhnpa would bo all tho bottor for a Bhort opull. Cromo d'Or'o npoll did not nffecb hia pace, nnd ho is bowling along in lino otylo, although only a Bhort timo in work. Tho hurdlo-racer Mnbul is n.prnin in work, and it it) safo to bot that Mr. Popo will got good intorost on tho oum ho paid for hor. Bay won tho Tramway Handicap ns ho likod at Moorellold, and na ho in a clovor jumper, and in vory well, hia chanco in to day's hurtilo raco looks cecond to nono. 'When backed in oarnoat Olivora io gono rally handy, and nt Warwick Farm she won in good ot...

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CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

[?] [?] 'yn AVERLEY'S victory was wonderfully well won. Professor Austin's oight for 48 and 28 not out furnishos tho eoloctoro with BOino moro cogent argument in favor of his inclusion in tho Intercolonial toaui. Somo slashing, srnnshing, dashing batting was dono by Ebaworth, who was in only 13 minutes for 40 runs. Jooliosophat ! If aomoone would only do that for an hour in nn Intercolonial how hnppy we- could bo, provided it was dono for Now South 'Waloa. \ Globo noarly vront undur, but nt tho finish Goorgo Youll's bat proved too wido, hioeyo too clear, hio norvoa too atoady, und bin grit ton good for tho cunning trundling of cackoy-lmnded Connoll and friond Morgan. Tho Globo follows won, but it was r,o p.Iobo that tho lanba of excited npoctators woro ns ailont au tho gravo until juofc boforo tho fluiuh, when an explosion occurred. Ovor at tho Shoro it wna nil tho othor way about. Tho local bowlors had Pad dington tiod upj thon tho local batBmen got tho Paddington bowlora tiod up. ...

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Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

-^--^^/'^€P^^ Federation 1 ? ? » Hoadoration ! ! « » * Swolled-head-oratlon ! ! 1 ? ? ? About expresses tho uofc rcoalb of the Bath-thirot Convention 'fizz'-le. » ? ? A now euro for drunkenness is called ' Euovasy.' Ono almoot foola toinptod to add tho profix, ' Bonds.' u o o ?„????? Control Australia htw tho Ingest ro oordod world's touipomturo with 131' in tho oluulo. It occurrod in tho sovonties. A Bolioonor named Tottio has bocomo a ? : . comploto wrock near Ciundbn Haven. ' Not; * tho first Tottio that has becomo a comploto wreck. In a rocont Hekai-d was the following : — '.' 'Wanted,— Marblo slab, 10ft by 2ft Oin.' Is somobody going to start a privato ? morguo ? A&l - \''W-' Referring to a forthcoming social, a South Coaob papor Bays ' it promiGOB to bo (n. rauah crowded and doliriouo tiuio,' A regular doliriuin tromona timo, oh P . . On and aftorDocomber 1 broad in Bourko 'I will bo Cd per 21b loaf. If this sorb of tiling goos on much longor tho utaff of lifo will bo ...

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SWIMMING SPLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

' SWIMMING SPLASHES. Swimming woatbor up to yonlorday, nil light. llonult— inattorn natatorial vory lively. Tho Palaco Emporium pooplo fairly oxcollod tbomnolvoB on Monday night, which is saying a lot. . Poroy Cavill iaa oomiug dangoroun aspirant for tbo two nhort-diutauoo obampionohipB, ub woll an all otborn. Jack Hollingn will nood to look to bin laurolu. ?Hinlinn in nnnilinr monaoiiur ountomor. Bondi-itan indignant at tho inoagro ontry for thoir intcr-olub handicap to-day— it has boon narrowed down to a olub ovont only. Thoro'll bo a big array of atartora for Iialmniu'ti EOydn oplash thio afternoon. Othor compotitionu on tap aro Nautilus Clnb'n Grot utrnRKlo.IiOydn.for tho ' Kidman ' Trophy, and an impromptu handicap, 92yda, under liaat Sydnoy'n nunpiouu. Poat ontrioa. Loo loft for 'Afrio'n golden sboros' yeatorday. Good luok go with him say all of UH. Ho waa n good ull-diotanco porforuior, ana oan ill bo npnrod. What n, aond-nff bia olub matoa guvo him on TnuBday night I Billy B...

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SPORT BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

[?] BOWLB. Tlio programme of mntohoa for to-day {a a very iutoroatinjt ono, nnd ohonld rnotooroloRi ottl oonditiona provo fnvorablo — a atato of affairs vra can ncvor bo nuro of for an hour tbono timos — oomo good play onglit to bo witnooncd. JBalniain mooto City on tlio Cook Park green, Aunandalo coes to 'Victoria Pork, Bodforn journoyo out to Kandtriolc, Brighton vitsito St. Leonardo, Aohftold will ontortuin Stralkfiold, whilo tho club nt ' our villaRo ' will bo in ovidonoo ncainot Wavorloy on tlnvt body'n convincing ground. Houooforth bowlern bavo n lively timo boforo Uiom — ongacoinonta being fix.id to tnlto pltico ovory Snturday throughout tlio yoar, with fow ox ooptionn. Somo timo ago wo montionod an inoidont that ooourrod ai tbo Itaudwiok Club daring a gnmo of Bolo.whon ono of 'tboohonon/'nflor mucli conaidoration and nmturo doliboration, dcoiclod to 'hazard' nolo, and auob a oor tainty wnn bin band that no loan than olavon trioko woro rakod in, tbonooforth bo woo dubbod ' tb...

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BOATING BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

BOATING BITS. ? Ab raicht woll havo boon oxpeotod, tho toot rnntoU nailed botwoonlrorandfinmomlda waa, nftor all, only a furthor indication of tho totmot* boat's speod. Thono who anticipiitod a olonoly-contoritod dnol woro doomod to dinnppoinlmont. Ires vraa novor in doubt. Cubby Holmes, with tiller m hand, noldom boforo folt moro Rnro of victory, and waa not slow in nanorting hin olnim — by virluo of hia oraft — to tho prizo, ffi-oivtly to Eamoralda'o coat. Aftor loading ovor tho ontiro oonrco Mr. Kii\uinmont'» ohnmpion was Bailod in a winnor by Uinin 5i;(io. Ito'aamond oonld oanily hnvo nlarted narntah with Inoz in tho Johnntono'D Bay Club'a 18 footora' handicap raoo of Saturday laat, no aoiiBintontly did sho maintain hor hundioap of ljmin from tho noratoh boat Inez ; but aftor taking into oonnidoration Rosamond's big Baila nnd tho light Bonth-oaat wind — whioh oould not havo suitod hor bollor— a innrein of Ira 13a from Inoz at tho finish ia hardly to bo wondorod at. Apart from th...

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WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE. Professional etiquotto almost always pro vontii ouo doctor finding fault with nnothor'a truatinunt, no matter how orroneoiiH ho might consider it, but a case whore thoy qtiil.n diffo'rod occurrod tho othor day in tho city of Melbourne. A poor norvous patient, Biifforing from tho follies of early life, called upon n modical man, who subjoctod him to a thorough examination, anil then, putting on his moiit sympathetic und norioun look, exclaimed : ' My jioor uiiin, you aro in a terrible nnd dangnrouH condition; your npinnl cord in only haiujiny by two thread/, and it will coot ono hundred nnd fifty guinoiiB to euro you.' This announcement of couruo frightonod tho pationt out of a year's lifo, and ho considered that ho had better havo another opinion if the cuuo who uo serious, nnd wont to nnotlior dootor, who also oxaininod him carefully and pro nouncod, Dr. ? is a ? fool, for your spinal cord tii only hanging ly one thread, and it will coat three hundred guinoai...

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WHAT HAPPENED AT THE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

'WHAT' HAPPENED AT THE . DANCE. A dainty boudoir, all nholl-pink silk and anowy lnco, littlo bamboo tabloa covered with nick-nacko, cosy chairs, a tsolemn groy parrot in a brass cngo, and, abovo all, tho glorious Dunubino Btroaraing bonoath tho partly drawn blind and dancing gaily on two houdo loat almost in tho soft doptha of two yollow cushions. Ono head waa brown, tho other gloamod golden. It wao a aloopy, reposeful aftornoon, and tho ownoi-s of tho hoada lay for a timo Rtrotched on their rug-covored loungon without uttering a word, and with lazy, half-closed oyoa fixod on tho whito and ? gold coiling, upon which plump littlo cupids, clad principally in pink rosoo, dis portod thoniBolvos. ProBontly one of tho hoada — tho goldon ono — moved slightly, and from tho doptha ? of tho cunhion camo a oloopy nnd muflled voice. v ' Is ho dark or fair, Minnio ? Why don't you tinawor ; are you oiiloop ?' 'Dark, Sia, nnd oh ! so handsome; with oyos us black as nloen, aud whon ho ragou tlioy f...

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QUIVER QUIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

[?] [?] A canny tiuld Scot onoo nhrowdly naid : ' Thoro are throo thinga I could never quite' understand. First, why boyo will throw fltonoa fit groon apploa when, if tlioy ? waitod, tho apploa would ripon and drop ' off. ' Sooondly, I novor could quito undor otand why mon go to war to Jc ill ono anotlior whon, if thoy romainod quiotly nt homo, thoy would die a natural doath. ' Aud thirdly, and moat important of all, I do nob know why mon nhould waato thoir timo chasing after womou trhon, if thoy sat etill, tho women would chaao round after tliora.' Pasaing ovor tho first and socond of thoao problouia, tho truth contained in tho lnttor must bo manifest to all. Woman waa mado to marry aa certain ao umn wan made to mourn, Not/ oyon Iho now woman can marry hornolf, howovor, and eo'sho will chaso aftor tho uinu — gonornlly tho wrong man — if ho won't chaso aftor lior. Olivor Wondoll Uolmoa tuakoa ono of his charactura nay : ' Thoro nro nomo womou who would marry Lazarua hiiuoolf — pro- ...

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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. MOOREFIELD REMARKS. Kelso Clears the Decks—The Newcastle Cup Mooting. SELECTIONS FOR RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

^^^ TORF TALK AMD TIPS. 1I00REFIELD REHAK-KS. KcIsq Clcai'B Ihe DocIcb— Tho Nowonstlo Cup Mooting. SELECTIONS FOR RANDWICK. (Bt 'THE CAPTAIN.') Tuekc was tho choico of two raco mootinga laafc Saturday, ono nt Moorofiold nnd tho othor at Nowonotlo. A fow of tho regulars wont tho lattor journoy, and a fow moro would havo gone had tho uwonp monoy booii moro . liberally distributed thaa it was. Thoro woro sovoral horaori cngapod uudor ordora to go North ' if tho awoop camo along,' or to romain at homo othor wioo. Sevoral woro also ongagod at Mooro fiold, nnd two ongagod in tho Cup won rucou thoro, whoro thoro wun no swoop monoy. Uufc thoii thoro wno tho natiisfno tion of not iillovting a swoop tiekot-holdor to got along without doing tho usual. This Bwoop monoy will help our oivnora and trninors to gut rich, and boato uithcr tho Tottilioalor or bookmnkorti' buHiuoBS for thorn. Now that Goorgo Adamu is (irmly cstablishud in Tnsnmnin., and bids fair to go utrongor than ovor, thoro will al...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

® V*\ Pttn -C*l& i W Alf Rookloy, Wnl Rockloy, and Juu Eookloy nro Auckland (N.Z.) boyo. Dolohory, Craydon, nnd Holland -iro at Aueklnnd (N.Z.) City Hull. lioonoy (of Crawford nnd Mooiioy) nood to bo in tfco Now Zoalond roilvmy corvioo 'Don Bolt' NnixoV in with King Hodloy'n Orchestra nnd Oonoort Co. in Porth, W.A. Hni-ry Roberta pula in six tnonUia with tho Broujjh Co. vrhilo MnnRio Mooro ia in Amoricn. Tho 'Chiuatown' rcirlBRavoMnpiiio Mooro aTnroatu of ronoa when sho wan loaviug by tho Muriponn,. Kuto Hownrdo wna out in tho provincos with hor Critoriou Durloaquo Company for a year mid a half. Tho fnthor of tho Vnidio Sinloru wan killod by fnllinu through a skylight at tho Chioujfo Colinoum in 1870. John Pronso, tho Now Zealand baritono, io nlnginjj with tho Trobolli party on their tonr through bio native country. 'Our dear old friond, ' Lor(jnotto.' ' of tho N.Z. Mail, in going to ntand for Wollinjjtou next l'arliamontary olootion. Tho firo-di\noo in 'Chinatown'' hna not ...

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THE KID KNEW BETTER. THE PARSON AND THE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

. THE ECID.KNEW BETTER. THE PAKSON AND THE CHILD. HE now paraon wont out on bin rounda. Ho hnd not long arrived from England, and ho was unused to tho waya of tho b u g h. Oonao quontly ho miBBed bin road ; aftor riding along in exceeding doubfc and vexation of spirit for nomo time h6 eapiod a amall boy mind ing oheep. Tho small boy had no boots on, ' had largo nnd ; aasortod ? f reck lea on hio loga,. and n, loolc of niipor nn.fnrn.1 winrlojn in hia oyo which small buah boya aro raroly without. ' My littlo man,' criod the now parson, pulling up at tho fonce, ' can you toll mo whero Mr. M'Coy'n placo is ? ' ' Jiinmy M'Coy ? ' iwked tho youth. ' I oxpect bo,' ropliod the man of prayor, ' I boliovo Mr. M'Coy'a chriatian name ia Jamos ? ' 'Yi3; I know whoroho livoa.' ' Could you ohow mo tho road ? ' ' Got to got thoso d ? d ohoop in fuat.' The ovangoliot waitod till tho youngator got hin aheop in and thon with hiafrecklud loffgod guido trotting, benido tho horao they atartod out toward...

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HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

^s»* /fa -k 1 i t ,r»\ ^if trtfi ll L/^K ^ftr)vff^__OwL Onb of tlio xuoat prominonfc figures* in N.S.W. law courts— Will Ciiao. Thoy liavo diccovorod that chiokon cholora is n, euro euro for tlio rabbits. Honcoforward wo aro not taking auy rabbit pio. Teaclior : ' Whoro wore you yesterday ?' Tommy jonoa ^whimpering) : ' It wati all Billy Tomkino' fault; lia hypnortisod me an' mndo mo go fishing with him.' « « « This country badly wants tin Amondod Hotting Act. Tho proaont otatuto ia niinply a howling farco, iu which tlio bookmaker, tho public, and the polico play tho Btnr oharnctorn. , ? A racehorse galloping at full npood oloara from 20ft to 2 tffc every bound. But any ordinary bo|indor nowadays can got ovor moro ground than tho olovor owner allows his animal to covor. 'Mr. Moddlin,' said that gontlomuu n wifo, in a horrified tono, 'you aro drunk.' 'I must bo,' uauontod Moddlin, choor fully, 'or olso I wouldn't (bic) lot you shoe mo in thiu c'udiahun.' * '?? » , It wao the Rov. Wil...

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DARTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

DAETS! W. M. Gordon hao beon temporarily ap pointed Assistant City Surveyor. Tho Queensland Treasurer omits from tho '00-'O7 Estimates—' To salary of publio hangman.' City Surveyor Eiclmrdo goos on a Euro pean trip for nino months with n spocial allownnco of -WGO to covor exponBes. Honry Noon was committed for trial nfc Nowcnstlo tho othor day on n chnrgo of burglnrioualy entering. Noon — Night ! Mr, Vogol, of tho Patoraon, ohowed a Maitmhd Merourt roportor tho other day a untivo bear with a hugo cancor in it3 lower jaw. Pntchard-Morgan, Engliah M.P. and ono-timo QuooiiBland solicitor, is going to China toemquiro into tho minoral roeourcos of that country. Mr. Nowinan, M.L.A., lmn takon ovor tho ? Orango Leadeis. 'Tho Colonel,' a merry jinglor, who livonod up Oraugo vory con cidornbly ib still thore. Gladstone onid tho othor day: 'Wo do not wield tho nword of the Almighty.' Nor tho tongue oithor, for that matter — ft fnct somo politicians would ecoiu to forgot occasionally. Cnpt. Ka...

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SHE DIDN'T KNOW. BUT THE BURGLAR DID. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 28 November 1896

SHE DIDN'T KNOW. BUT THE BUKULAB 1)11). CITY man wan sit ting the othor night in hia office, enter taining a fow frionda with w h isle y uud ouchro, whon thero catno, por tolephono, an agitated inussngo from tho city man's wifo, who thought ho hnd returned to tho oil! co on prosa iug busiuoss. Tho MORRngo wna : — 'For lienveu'a nalco como homo q u i c k 1 y I Thoro in a burglar in t'hchouBo.nudldon't know whufc in tin' Tho city man's rnaidouco was only about ton minntos' ride by tram from hits oflleo, ao ho nnd hia littlo party sot out on u burglar hunt, all armed for big game. They roaohod tho houso in duo tinio, and having roconnoitored, ntolo carefully into tho hall, whoro tho houaowifo mot them. ' Ho ia in tho dining-room,' aho ganped; 'ho baa boon drinking and gono to sloop.' Into tho dining room thoy eropt and discovored thoir man. Ho had a rod noao and a froivay look, and was sleeping with 1mb mouth wido opon. Tho thief-till; era fell upon him nn ono man, and pinned him to th...

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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 5 December 1896

ON THE WHEEL. Mnrndon'u record rido in llkoly to pan out t&thot badly, for it nppoara to have boon a record ono in moro rroyn than tho dirootion intondod. Howovor cn'inE »t way bo for a ridar junt on tbo point of nuooaou to bo buuton by nooidout, and however tomptiiiff to n. worn out oyoliot lo nlip ou to n pnHoinrt train and mako a favr Btiiffoo by tho aid of tho iron horno, I don't think tho praotloo will booomo popular. Thin oubo io yet to bo doalt v/ith by tho Union, but whatovor oouroo thoy tako tho futility of nnoh nnnuuutin go aooontnatod bv thin axamnlo that wo aro not liltoly to hoar of itu boing ro poatod for tt whilo. Tho Loairuo hao now tiro firnt-olann billiard tablon in tho now roomn in Wynynrd-l&no. oo that mombara havo nmplo opportunity of fill inR in thoir nparo timo. Tho muoh-talkod-of Simpnnn ohain may bo seen at Moearn. ltonnott aiul Wooi'u', flttod to tbo Rovor maohino on which Pln.ttu-Bott.ii pub up bin world'o mile rnoord. An oould bo jndjfoc] ...

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UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' SPORTS AND ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 5 December 1896

UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' SPOUTS AND AKT UNION. All who want to lmynii good timo on Boxintf Day rnuot k«ep in mind tho United Frioiully Societion' oporto, to bo hold ou tlio Agricul tural Ground on Dcoombor W. Boaidcn tha art union thnro iu a lareo and varied nportu programme— athlotion, oyolinif by Louijuoni and Uiiionintn, military diaplayn, -to. Tlio Parturbation ciiflo camo boforo tho V.R.C. Comunttoo nt i\. upocliU niootinu oivrly in tho wook whon it wft« docidud to ondorBO tho aotion of tho Wyndhnm Btowardu in dii-qiinlifyiii[r John Bnuidoll (ovrnor), S. TJruco (jookoy), nnd tho hoioo for two yoaw. Hovonil witnoniioa woro uummottod, including W. Pridlmm, E. Povvor, ftnd G. Tulont, it. roijiotorod book ninkor. It ia undorotood tha cano will rocolvo furthor nttuntion nt tho luinda of tho V.K.C. An odlcor of n, Uhlan ropimnut qunrtorod at Fiuilquomont, in Lorrnino, Bfiyu nn Enijhnh papor, lm(j jiiDt accoin plinhotl a ronmrkablo lon(j-djatanco rido U1JL HID AU^1I11U11VI«1 Ullihl^...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 5 December 1896

0M THE TRACK. HANDWICR. TnnnBDAY. Tho iraoku V7oro vory lioavy OTriDff to tho rain vrhioh fall ibo niglit previous. Tlio first out vroro Tho Captain( Stvarotnobo, and Blies, wbiob ran a otroni; milo and a quaitor on tho insido (jrnria traok, the formor pnir boinir iu front nt tho finish. Mario May bent Niunu oake by a couplo of longtlia ovor nix furlongu, ruu in lmin i!23PO. Tho Chief put in a fair milo, looking woll. Tlio Trior run a airolo at liin boat paoo on tbo innido |jr»oa truok, taking 2min 17aoo. Tho Saotohuian boat Juvonila oror nix furlongs in Imin 'Jljaoo, a fair por formanco. Ki|;bb Honoru-mo and Fort ran n ooaplo of milon at a gooil uLronc paao, lookinn; well. Miss Nora opurtoil, whilut Mnrohioncnn Quiuhod iu frout of Survivor nt tbo ond oC six furlonffu, run in lmin 2-tdco. Goxoor.nr nppouro all to picuon, and mado modcrato limo oror six fiirlon;;n. Akarini nnd Kolcn ran n fair milo, but woro not oxtonded. Phidiaa and Carblon opurtod Imlf n milo in fair time. Respouno...

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TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") CANTERBURY PARK RACES. HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 5 December 1896

TO-DAY'S TIPS. (By ' PILOT.') CATSTERBUEY PAKK KACES. HUBDLE RACE : JJdiXX ? 1 AnoBiantAh ? 2 PATAHKLIiA ? 8 FLYING WELTER HANDICAP. TEMPLESTOWE ... ? 1 The Kiko ? 2 Marib May or Sonptna... .... 3 park: stakes: i5iquinius ? ... 1 Hempiu ? ... 2 Coxcomb or Stohm Kino ... 3 OANTEEBUKY HANDICAP: CANDOUE ? .... 1 The Captain ? *.. 2 Wtaloho ? ? ' ... 8 STEWARDS' MILE: . PHARAMOND ... .... ... 1 Edont ? 2 Bnoou or Ilosoow .,, ... 3

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. BRUSH HURDLE RACE (To start about 2 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 5 December 1896

CANTERBURY PMli OACF.S. Satukdat, Dkcemdee 5. BKUSH HUl^DLK BACK -To ntart about 2 n.m.) A b&ndicap of CO com i cooond liorco 10 nova from tho prizo, Tho winner of uny hurdle raco nftor tho declaration of woichta to carry 101b extra. Aboat -i mllsti. Btlb Mr. W. Kalno'a b c Ray, a[jcd ... ... ... 11 0 Mr.J. Mnyo'o brciGolun, (JyrB ? 10 G Mr, W. O. Dillon' n b b Mlohicnu, nijod- ... 10 4 Mr. E. Eoyn' blk ft AborlKlnal.Oyra or a(;cd ... 10 4 ' XIr. TT. xi. 1'opo'n blk in Mubnl, n^od ? 10 1 Mi'.B. O'Conuor'a blk li Zoronator. nged ...10 1 Mr. J. 'Ward1 ii b m Sutanella, asod ? 0 12 Mr. C.Potors' brm Mirror, aued ? 9 10 I.Ir. H. Dargiii'ij br ffScaBreeso, Cyrn... ... 0 10 Mr. JB. Scrifecer'« bffHoa Foam, 6 or Cyio ... 9 7 Mr. U. V. 1'o.y'o oh(r Klvnl (lato Tho Ohiof). Cyrs ? ? 0 0 Mr. J. J. Ronojrhuo'ab m Lllydale, Byrs ... 9 0 Mr. M. Urlfflu'ob(tNoiuaau,Cyr» ? 0 0 FLYING WELTER HANDICAP, (To otnrt about 2. .'IS p.m.;, Ot CO eovn ; uccoud horco 10 ' uors .from tho prizo. Jxmeat ...

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