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o closln o kep Norfol th until doors a sai "I am law." single t darling slgne a 1 Flft years with hi of th to hi he said bid yo beei word our hous of sau ale< It fo canno mak intends* maki saloons Each hands In more arousec oppor they polls by the follows: re certlfl "i. • legal! tailed t $4,761,000. city Is was a for Raines one for „ former manager deal eaol $80,OOC Issued Chong No. that In been C. S. Awdry r ^not out A. Reynold* b. Hlnchman ' C, Hunter b. Hlnchman Byes j. The bicycle flre corps of Ridgewood, L. I., has ordered a flre ladder truck. The deslen Is original with the volun- THE FIRST CHINESE LIQUOR STORE. that manufacturers' of cheaper wheels have been compelled to turn out inferior ones. This la denied by dealers In cheap wheels, who say they can offer a superior wheel at a low rate and still make a fair margin of profit. Morris Lebowltch lives at No. -138 Centre street, Orange, N. J. He came to this city to visit friends on Bast Houston street. Lebowltch .wished to arrive In style and so he hired a wheel. Pie made his way safely along Houston street until he reached Essex. A child darted across the street. Lebowltch tried to avoiu her, fell and broke arm. It may be just as well to scorch along a lonely roaa. John Johnson, Conrad Swartz and Daniel Conover were riding Driskly alone: the river road at Passaic, N.J., Tuesday night. As they approached Eiobertsford Mill three men sprang out from the side of the road, shouting: "Stop; throw up your hands." The bicyclers sped by the highwaymen at their top speed. They leaned far over their handle bars for fear of buUets, but only curses followed them. Grant Canton, colored, of No. 1777 Eighth avenue, was riding on Columbus avenue, yesterday morning. At Eighty- second street he ran Into a cable car and broke his right leg. Ho was taken to Bellevue Hospital. Crescent wheel of 1895 pattern ,is at the West Forty-seventh Stret .Station awaiting- an owner. Detective Thompson arrested Norman Pleasant, of No. his Wo Kee, who was granted a license yesterday to sell bottled 'liquors. HAVBRFORl) COLLEGE. First Innlnz. A. B. Mifflln I). Lee >. H. Adatna, not out , A. Lester b. Lee.., — 3, II. llowsoii b. Lee teera of that town. It is known as the double tandem pattern, the ladder form ing a bridge between the two machines The ladder fits Into slots on the tandems. 440 West Thirty-ninth street, and John HamMton, of No. 248 West Forty-eighth street, while they were trying to .soil the wheel mighty cheap. They were prisoners in the Yorkville Police Court Tho over will with There will entry he ha the the Tuesday County reject suspended The the road to Hadfteld race. The A. Amaryllis L. I.; New Dedoll, South Syracuse, Andrew ferd. atoad, Oivlfl Hold Wheelmen; ton. Wheelmen; Liberty Club; bel. Houth York; E. C!uh City; Brooklyn; Klrwch, Young N. J.; .1. York C. II. Oronnwich Club Mns3.;_H. C.'Southard, Bicycle Wheelmen; Charles Nlckolda, Cycling tjuod Club A. Nassau Frank Kings Freeport Cyclers; U. S. Tattan, Bushwlck County Cycle men; G. B. Brooklyn; Moyers, York Nixon, Olub; Faubel. City Homan. qna L. A. • The

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  1. The World,
  2. 02 Jul 1896, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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