Man Of The World, May 29, 1895

Man Of The World

May 29, 1895

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Issue date: Wednesday, May 29, 1895

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Publication name: Man Of The World

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 422

Years available: 1895 - 1895

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Man Of The World (Newspaper) - May 29, 1895, London, Middlesex WHICH IS JNCOEEOBAIED TOE BffiD o IBBED01C Edited by NEWNHAMDAVISi MAY CEejMeredfer I Price ro nn w tr tn v JCaL JBi MS4 JrSL J3 X At good a gentleman at ever came into a and one that never does anyone an ill neither behind their back nor thtir AT HOME AND WHAT with the Prince of Wales Levee on Monday and the Duke of Cambridges there have been many notable presentations this but an even more important one has yet to be We refer to that of His Highness Shahzada Nasrulla Khan to IT is stated that Sir Blundell Maple has decided that whatever may be the issue of the Kirkconnel will fulfil Ha engagement in the Grand Prix de THEBE was the biggest crowd on record it maddest scramble or druki we ever and weve n to A local publican was offered the right to sell refreshments in the but like the Scotch thought it not good Conse quently and owners learly died of and the local Boni ace missed making a small TATTEBSALLS King was crammed with who for once in a way out numbered the and betting was so d that several of the former gave up iheit pitches and turned DOESNT it make the poor horses awfully tired said after witness ing a clinking Not more so than some of their remarked the who was on the second and then Gingers band THE 116th which will be decided will be once more a race for rich and there will not be a bookmakers horse in the Sir JohnBtone and Lord Alington who own Le Var are not only large but the latter owns a large slice of who owns and in whose colours Solaro will are Australian Behind Sir Visto is wealth that once belonged to theBpths whilst Galopian is the nitrates of Colonel Troon ie the properly of one of the greatest land magnates in the and the fortune of the ownerofBaconteurand TheLombard is reckoned at five millions The income of Sir who owns The Owl and is estimated at up wards of per annum and tbe owner of is a roan of enormous wealth whilst who may or may not ran is one of the brewery Clearly poor men like the Prince of Wales have no place in a race lika OTEEO can hardly be held responsible for the latest Christian THE Empire has a of clown THE picture of last week should go into scrap books alongside the printers errors in the turn now ON Monday night at the Alhambra the and the French wrestled a very clever Alfonzo A less but with a surer touch in her was the general verdict on Cissie She was vehemently encored in the TomTit and at the close of the performance received an ovation that a Bernhardt might have been proud and some lovely THE termination of Yvette Guilberts Engagement at the Empire two days before the advertised time was owing to a Serence in national She was engaged for eighteen being a counted in the Sundays the being CAN it be that Yvette has deserted her gown of white and simple sashes and long gloves On Friday night she wore on the stage a dress as gorgeous as tbe Notorious Ebbsmiths famous with long sleeves bulging in all the modern fashionable THE Dedicated to the damsels who have drawn UlanTts in the GaietyDerby HAVE I drawn the What a blank cruel shame Look at mine has anybody Ever heard this horses name Why could not I have Or far And it really is most For the to draw Le So the chorus round him Disappointment reigns In a 1 tery tbe prizes Very illproportioned seem Cheer and let your faces Wear a smile thats sweet and Thereare lots of races You are bound to win some Come the drag Prove you have a sporting Once again be If that way yon are inclined Other sweeps wanting Plunge away and swell your Come lovely maids and Book your little fancy What if fate have tricks unkindly Ready made on you to Never heed her follow blindly Your own favourite today Forgood luck tomorrow Give the And youll find your present sorrow Turned to riches and who have gloves depending On the famous Epsom Whatsoever be the ending Of your bets for win or May your luck be And if you would be a May you draw no blanks vexatious In the Derby Sweep of And when you percbance have entered For the Matrimonial Let your hopes be ever centred On a ruu thats fair and And if you would each back Heres a tip worth all Have a on LOVE sweet Lifes first favourite is HORACE story that is told of the respectable old gentleman of a notorious woman and her blackmailing marks a lower yet than we have attained to on this side in the exposing to the world of details of frightful and un LORD QDEENSBERRY said after the Piccadrove down to the Stock In a dilly scuffle that he felt more kindly rendezvous hard by he was soon amongst towards his son than he had done for the brightest and best of the sons of the As wasnt marked and Lord A good deal of twoing with Douglas had a black eye it woald be inyou naturally and presently one teresting to know if this was of the giltedged youths related an anec utterly the A Punch picture which contained a proj historic lizzard was the immediate cause of the Under this goggleeyed Br jigs exclaimed Ill eccentricity had written One of tell that tonight in my first scene Oscar Wildes and sent it to Go ejaculated the aghast Lord Douglas THE great glove fight of the Derby week packed the commodious National and in one breath tell that you darent Darent I Befc you a bottle I Done cried the proprietor of the Sporting Club from floor to ceiling on Ill bet you a Arthur Monday and though it ended as and a bottle it Then did those boys most experts had it is worthy flock to the They rang up tbe of notice that it took Plimmer seven Prince of Wales Box took the only rounds to stop who is not a two boxes that were left and the only fighter of the robust and has yet to fifteen whilst others had perforce to learn to keep his hand on which cram into the he So many visitors from j Birmingham and Sheffield were there that THE first scene was was Flemings resources were taxed to and nearly thirty immaculatelygroomed the but bore the young fellows hung upon his every amidst hardheld he THE bustling tenround contest between started I dont want Im like the heard the story of the shopboy with finger on his he His eyes met those of the eight men in the two then those of the fifteen in the then the less fortunate in the circle he made a mental calculation of the fact that they alone represented some seventeen or eighteen guineas and he he cant tell ye tell ylater Ill pay for the bottle 1 Then two great morals dawned upon the resplendent eighteen guineas in the hand are worth a bottle in tbe and that one should not play spoof with the Inner Whang Bang of that Husbands and Lewis a cullud pusson proved a really splendid though the failing to get his right got a AMONGST those present were Dick the American senator and race horse and highly delighted he was with the Noblemen were as thick as and Colonel North said he thought Laveno would WE hear that is designing the and Moira the for the students which comes off early in ONE of the first to congratulate Sir Irving on his new honours was the Prince of who wrote him a long THE Renascence of the Drama we thank for teaching us the term must be let out in the side breadths to take in Arthur who has proved j himself quite as keen a showman as Henry One daj last week OuxQnlj COBwaianJjoia at IP you come across Arthur on the Hill today ask him for the recipe for the inex pensive THE Duke of Westminster we come to tlio conclusion that bis hunting days are and all hig horses will bs ;