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Aramac Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Aramac Jockey Club. ^nhiu. Annual Meeting—27th and 28th Jone. The following horses have been pad docked in connection with the an- / nual meeting of the Aramac Jockey Club, to be held on 27th and 28tfc June:— Mr. J. M- J.- Buchanan's Peter 8 and Bardoura. Mr. Geo. Little's Barber Mr. L. N. K. Monro's Load Natal Mr. A. Patterson's Kynuna Mr. P. Feebely*s Box On Mr T. Lennon's Brown mare (on* named). Mr. D. McPhaU's Miss Eodac ant Quiver Mac. j Mr. S. Locbhart's Riffian. Mr. J; R. Dunne's Golden Rim er. Mr. A. Cameron's Fox Gun Mr. W- Cameron's Wattle BougM A. Tait's Rumala an^ Miss Auratl Mr. A. P. Loch's Gyldus Mr. P. Tait's War and Play th* Wag. Mr. J. Little's Little J Mr. E. Steele's McBeth and chestnut gelding (unnamed). Mr. J- J. Lockhart's Mutlemos, Ten Drops, and Madam Aurate. Mr. C. Griffin's Garrwain. Mr. C- E. Wilkinson's Gun LdghX and Black gelding (nn-named). Mr. E. Hoffman's Brookwood. Mr. S. Edwards' Prince Marma lade Mr. H.' Wills' Bay mare (un named) . Mr. j. Collins...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Markets for Meat. Mr. Jowett Suggests Manchester. LONDON, April 28th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Markets for Meat. Nr. Jowett Suggests Manchester. LONDON. 4p>il 28th Mivjnwctt, M.H B. in ao interview with the Australian Pieee AtBcia'iin, ta'd hi ■'onVid«red ttml Manchester wac 1 kely l» jrovilf an (ncreaeitiK market for a«b ■ralii.D meat »■ d other produeto'jf shipped in vigpela «hicb would actually discharge it Manchester Th ' people <>f Manrhi'st-i hnd expended vast lana on canatp, dock?, mri roid t>t«r-R, which were magnificently i quijiped. Hi' wntild Bt icDgly artvtBi- Ao» iiutiun meat |»uduu)>rG tn tsbip direct tn Manchester ,}lro*dy. New Z->l>ni "hippioK 'h r* direct, nod aught <it>t»ii ■:,,ieu)utid of the market tisl-'eiB Australia •icted qmcMy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Relief in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Relief la Australia. i Before tbr l<Vcier..l MiDintry'e offer to areiGt the In el icifuiti; t.1 tide over th pt.einl |'fiiod of depression will bec-ai ff cuve. B-critiia umat br- rnqdw b.v em. pi.ycfh ami t-tup'oyots. Tbe proposed re lirf is lii'iDtf «1"lHycd by dipogreeu>ent iu Queensland about. ib>- Htnonutot reduction iu wat!«e. ltie <;ucsiiou was ditscuBBid t>? the Federal Cabinet yeeteidsy. " A BuggeMicti nas been made," eai'1 Mr. Hughes after tb«< meeting, " tlmt tbe arbi trator Bbi ul * nettln tbe amount of .the tie uitfttfe made li- by tbe nat.ced cost <>t living. and I uuiJeiBtHiiit ibut the employees have agreed to abide by bis decision The Ouliinet te prepmed to accept tbe di-rifioo uf tbe judge on tbe aituul decrease in tbe coat of living. Il ia eat Imuted to amount to 12a. a week. Tfcis, however, is tbe only point whicb tbe arlitmior uiiiBt decide." From "Tbe Ar^Ud," April 20tb( 1922.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

THE CAUSE v.F CONSTIPATION. tbf miiHt common (hu8h of eonatipation it« laak nf • x rribi- n- cessary to beep the muaclch tt the bowels active. Tliatifl why constipation hi often brought on i>y roo frequent purgatives. They act violently, O'Tlormini; tin- work of tin kowtlfl fur tin 111. arH so weaken them thai they will not ui t without assistance. Cham bemin'a Taiiifti" «il| reli. ve constipation he cause instead ' I 'toioy the work of the bowels they gently HtimuUti-thein to voluntary action. Tbeir Irquent u>e will not injure tin* moht -delicate |ii-rt«m. Sold by Hupli Navaigp sort A Ftrti' ll & Sinn. T 1M1EB BOBILLA fcy-.W MING * - NV (late Oarlsson Brothers), BOBILLA 8IDIKG. ft-O.ii. Solicit Inquiries lor UARDWOOD rough or nicely drwatd J al* FIRST-CLASS UAUJtmCRH, ehtofl' SPOTTKO orM -ho ppisnUld to vorv ttber lor Hurdles, Ac. No Order too Small *or Attention. BOStSBEUG'S Cord lal Factory end Ice and told Storage Works, UALAH.8TRKET, LONCREACH. MoBt Up-to-date Pla...

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MINISTER FOR MINES OK TOUR VISITS STYX RIVER STATE MINE Rockhampton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

SHNISTEE FOB MINES OK TOUB VISITS STFX RIVER STATE MINE Rockhampton, Friday. The Minister for Mines (Mr. Jones) accompanied by Messrs. H. L. Hart ley, F- M. Forde, and D. Gledaon, also Mr. J. W. Bropby, superintend ent State eo&l mines, left on Tuesday bight by the Mackay train for the Styx River St^te mine, arriving there the following morning. They went down the mine, and were shown round In the afternoon. They In spected th$ bore sites and discussed with the manager, Mr. PhlllipB, the question of sinking a shaft in a, more settled area. . The object of the trip was to arrange for a more extensive working of the mine and the instal lation of more p-to-date machinery. As the reBult of the boring which has been done the field has been proved, and It is expected there will be a great Increase in the number of men employed in a few months. At a public meeting at night the Minister tod members spoke on poll tical matters, and the opportunity was taken to presB Mr. Forte's claim...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

We do not do cheap and out* irortt—we here a reputation to mala* atn. "Champion" Office. AUCTION SALE E. J. KELLETT & CO., LONGREACH, HAVE been instructed by Mr. E. A. Wegener, who is starting business in Brisbane as a Magnetic Healer, to sell by Fnblio Anction on the sites on SATURDAY, 27th May, at 3 p.m., Three (3) splendid Allotments, oentrally Bitnated in Emn-street, together with the HonseB erected thereon. These residences are as follows:— 1. Five (5) roomed wooden Hcnse, with kitchen, bathroom, etc., verandah all round, occupied by Mrs. Taylor aB a boarding house. 2. Five (5) roomed wooden House, with kitchen, bathroom, eto., verandah all round, occupied by Mr. W. L. Boyd. 3. Ten (10) roomed wood and iron House, with kitohen, bathroom, ontr houses, etc., occupied by the Inverness Baohelors. These houses are all in splendid state of repair, with all necessary con veniences. They are well situated in the centre of the town, in the bast residential street. A quantity of ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

NOTICE. DANCE will "be held in aid of the Soldiers' Memorial Fond on Thursday evening, 18th May, at the Shire Hall. Jazz Band in attendance Refreshments. Admission 6/-. 1-2 Parcel of Household Drapery for £2 Post paid to your address Write for it now The £2 Parcel contains 5 yds. 54in. White Twill s? D Sheeting, at 2/3 yd. ..11 3 1 doz. Horrockees A. L Calico, 36in. wide, at _ _ 1/24 M € 4 Pillow Slips, jflain, taped, at 1/3 SO 1 Pair Brown or White Turkish Towels, 39in. x 19in., heavy weights, at 1/7 3 2 2 Kitchen Towela, 29in. x 30m, at l/5i 211 1 Jap Rush Mat, woven pattern, 2ft. x 4ft. .2 3 3 Cakes Lifebuoy Soap ... 011 £2 0 0 At nul we lunotee tfait puteL It foo era not satisfied, return the goods u eoood order, and we wiD mice 700 « fall refund ud pay carriage both ways. With oar luiutM lyitea yon ere fully pro* tected, ud eu order is perfect eftfety. A Qailt Bargain tifl. 1 4(1. (lord Stteen Kapoc QiOti ipUin uteen puiel, no frill. WAS 35/- MOV lilt. ^g&r\>Sr\poriu...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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To-morrow's Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

To-morrow's Football. The following teams will piny in the third Cop fixtures to-morrow (Sun day) : Brigade Juniors—Fall Book— J. Mather; three quarters—J. Jenningt, V. Mather, M. Feehely, G. Gartissf five eighth, J. McAllister; J, M. Hot land; forwards—J Holland, P. Bourk* D. Stibbarde, O Burke, H. Cooley, <3. Gordon. Emergencies—P. Lyons, W.. Beaton. Brigade Senioro-rFull Back, J. Al lard; three-quarters—D Dwvery, J. Tynan, R. Bodgers, t> Deltmey; five* eighth, WiIbou ; 5, W. Hailinaa; for wards—6. Leuuon, W. Lennon, V. King, H. Murray, M. Burke, W. Blade. Emergencies—P. bourke. G. Curtis. Wallaby Juniors—Full Back, Mo Donougb; three-quarters—W. Sellais P. Seaby, T. Low, C. Cliffe; eighth, D. O'Sulliran ; half, 1). Seaby. foi wards—B. McQuaid, W. Cut tins, J. Seaby, A. Owens, F. Baderson, E Bnrus. Emergency—H. Letmon. Wallaby Seniors—Full Back,. J. P. O'Hara; three-quarters—J. Lynch, 0. Gilmour, C. Eastaughffe, L. Ellenif. five-eighth, F. Easton; half, J. Cooper forw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

. A SLUGGISH LIVER. A K'uesinb ttw<r civcp jiai fn bi'ic>u«n>,«ii> head^rh"*, irritability. nno oNi.t dinoHnr*. Th» 1l*nr cranta ntimulatinp f.ntxt.'y to do* It* work, nnd the morticine fnr in Chamber Iain's TnWots. They arp miM at>1 cnHp in BcUnn, arid thpir uao Is not. followed by ron *tip*t|nn. Sold by Hugh Siv&ge and A. Par Deli & Soni,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

PLUMB'S Winter GOODS SBin Cotton Ci r<-, m shades of Cream, Brown, Navy an-' ili* -k Price 2s lid yard 36in Check Tw m shades of Blaok and White, Bine and « k Fawn and Black 2s lid yd 36in Check T\v< :i ., - worted shades Price 38 6d yd 40in Black ana iv Chicle Tweeds Price 3s lid yd '36in Check Tweeds, ush<>i te<i Prico 4s lid yard 40in Dress Tweed, assorted patterns Price 68 6d yard 36in Wool Gaberdine in shadeB of Jade, Nigger, Navy and Blaok Price 6s 6d yard 40in Wool Canton Voile, in shades of Cream and Navy Price 68 lid yard 40in Melton Cloth, in shadeB of Brown and Grey Price 78 6d yard 40in Striped Dress Tweeds, in Nigger and Navy * Prioe'llS 6d yard 40tn Check Drees Tweeds Price lis 6d yard 40in All Wool Dtobb Tweeds, in Fawn, Dark Mastic and Nigger Prioe lis 6d yard 46in Cream Wool Serge ' Price 12s 6d yard 46in Navy Wool Serge Price 13s 6d yard 36in Striped WinceyetteB, in assorted stripes PritseB 2s lid and 3s 6d yard C. B. ...

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COTTON-GBOWING IN CENTRAL QUEENSLAND. ROCKHAMPTON GINNERY BUSY. Rockhampton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

COTTON-GBOWING IN CENTRAL QUEENSLAND. ROCKHAMPTON GINNERY BUST. Rockbunpton, Friday. The local cotton ginning plant ex- { pects to be In fall swing in tbe course of a few days, when three gins will treat about 16 tonB of seed cotton per flay. Large consignments of raw cotton are still being received at the local ginnery. Last week 100 tons were received, and fully 120 tons are ex pected to come to band this week. The store is taxed to its iftmost cap- : acity, and it is anticipate^ an extra storage room will be necessary when ginning operations are about to com mence. At present there are prac .tically 450 tons of seed cotton .in the store contributed by various parts of the district, principally the Dawson Valley, where the industry has as sumed large proportions. [ There are still considerable quan tities yet to come from different cen tres, and it Is probable that the De-: partmental estimate of 2r600,0001be. > of seed cotton as the Central Dis- . trict's quota will be realise...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Amateur Racing Club. Annual Meeting—May 18th and 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Barcaldine Amateur Racing Club. Annual Meeting—May 18th and 19th. The following handicaps have been declared for the firs' day's races next Thursday:— Maiden Plate, 6furs. —• Dewfiicker, Havadil, Countess Piper and Ranun culus 10-12. Ritfga 10-11, Blnky 10-10. Scotstoun Handicap, Bfure.—Prince Billy 11-3, Third Flight 10-12, Chest nut King 10-4, Galanga 10-2, Day Spring 9-12, Dollaroo, Num Havers and Courier Boy fi-7. Barcaldtae Cup, Stars • —> Idaho 12-2, Wongawillle 12-0, The Waac 11-7, Willard 11-3, Palea and Mos tick 10-7, Silvercon 9-10, > Midnight Runner 9-9, Mamosa San, Day Mist, Countess PlPer and Wonga'a Sister 9-7. Walker Memorial Handicap, Cfurs. —Bonaalraa 12-0, Waltmulla 11-12, Mid. Runner 11-4, Prince Billy 11-0, Chestnut King 9i12, Day Spring and Geistaa Girl 0-7. Yolande Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Prince Billy 11-3, TMrd Flight 10-12, Oalanga 10-2, Day MUt 10:0, Dolla roo, Dewflicker, Num Havers, Hava dil, Binky, Wonga's Sister, Riflga and Ranunculus 8-7. Urambee H...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

The "Champion" now comprises twenty pages folio, and la newer from front to back cover, send along your name and become one of oar happy anbscrlbera- — "Champion" Office, Special Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Riding Trousers That we are now nble lo reduce this line to POST PER FREE mmm /O PA,R Remember too our social TA N~ This is the same good wearing. Specially cu HJHPEM OH. 2&8 6d>, Strapped Riding Trouseras formerly. V post free, GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, The Sped a lists, LONGREACH

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Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Longreaoh Items. Mr. R- Curtis, P.M., gave Mb re served decision on Wednesday in the matter of the redetermination of the annual value of the license^ pre mises in this jjiietrlct, as follows - Ik this matter which has. been very fully argued before me, 'the main Point at Ufiue was whether the Oourt should of itself call for evi dence fi'cna t!io lifiense^ti or any ether person, eo as to enable It to Judge whethe- the annual value should be re-determined, or whether tt was the duty of the applicant (in this case tho Crown) to show cause, fey producing evidence, wliy the an nul value should >e re-determined. 4fter very full consideration I have arrived at the opinion that it is not In the best interests of Justice that tile Court should step Into the arena <nt the parties and call for evidence «f Its own volition, and assume the oenduct of the application on behalf fit .the Licensing Inspector. The oenduct of the application Is the concern of the partteB and the dis cre...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Campbell—Eves. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Campbell—Eves. A very quiet bat charming wed tttag eventuated at Stonehenge era Bfay 8th, when the Revd.. Father (toGtnley Joined in . holy matrimony Ruby Mary, youngest daughter of Sirs- Amelia Eves and the late Joseph EveB, of Stonehenge, to Joseph Campbell, of Rockbampton. 9%e ceremony took place In Mc» Orath'e Hall, which the girl friends M the bride had most tastefully de* feorated with greenery, flags, color ad ribbons and pendant wedding bells. "Ave Marie" was playeg as the bride entered the hall. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Evan Eves, looked pretty In a gown of white silk voile trim med with shadow lace,. Insertion, fcad orange blossoms. A swathed belt of white satin, and hat of white •erophane, underlined with pale bine, completed the costume. She ban-led an ivory prayer book, the (gift of Mr- and Mrs. McGrath. Th$ bridesmaids, Miaes Hilda Rennle and Kathleen O'Connor, wore pretty white Voile frocks with pale blue sashes! taQf hats to match. Mi-. W. Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

ST Fai » OF tNGLAND SuHOOl FQR lalft.S. VtHP^ON St Faith's School Is Una second UJbool to be establishes under the ttocesan - Scheme of Education- It * to be opened In October and trill take puPltB (cr preparation tor the various public examinations up to hr Senior University standard Tile site of tbe school Is a magni ficent one without rival In Queens aod within \eaay walking distance of. the centre of tbe rising seaside own of Teppcon Preliminary Prospectus and other information can be obtained on ap illcstlon to tbe: Ploceun Secretary, Hex 16, G.£.0.. William-street, Hodrhampton, or any of the Paro ibtil Clergr* OPENING IN JULY NEXT. | ST. PETER'S' CHURCH OF ENG LAND SCHOOL (Boarding and Day) j tor BOTS and GIRLS at BABCAIr DIN» This School 1b the Unit to be estab lished under THE EDUCATIONAL SCHEME OF THE DIOGB8B OF ftoCKHAMPTON, which has for tta objects the provision tor the Boys and< dirls of Central Queensland of a Bound ioeneral and Commercial B4- j ucatloa base...

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[?] Lang- Miller. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

^ *" I ' * . £*&&&&* * ****^! Lang - Miller. A very pretty wedding was cele Iwated at Aramac oa Monday, 8 th flay, between Miss Phyllis Gertrude, JAgny Miller, third and youngest (laughter of Mr. R. Q. MUler, Shire jClerk, Aramac, and Francis William Cordon Liang, eldest son of Mr. W. fH. t.nng, of " Homewood," Bast Brisbane. The ceremony was per formed at St. , Andrew's Church, jrhich was beautifully decorated Ior the occasion, by the Rev. J. W. A piackenzie. The bride was given ►way by Iter father. She wore a handsome frock of silk cashmere de feole, three-tier skirt, finished in igeep scollops, with pleated belt of ■liver tissue; wreath of orange blossoms and veil of silk tulle, beautifully embroidered, (recently pom by her sister)- The bride ear ned a beautiful bouquet of roses ■lid asparagus fern. The brides Maid, Miss McAuliffe, of Stagmount, wore a pretty frock of pale lemon jgtope de chine, with hat to match .of pleated wool and Bilk. She also...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Our uP-to-drte Jobbing Flint Is 4 your dlapoaal. Fnob ot Jobs tub* mltted it flMlred—^Chpinplon" Offlai MITOSCM DROPPERS. Autoscrew Oroppars are made of stout mild Bteel two and three-.qnarter incheB wide donblod twioc to a twin V shape. Practiolly anbendnble aod indestructible. Autoscrew Droppars have no ties, clips, of wedgee. No stook can shift them." lasily pat on bj hand. fiutoscrew Droppara are supplied' to suit any fenoe Tell as (be number of wires, their gaages, pacing desired. We dp the rest. Prices—The standard five wire dropper spaoed 5,5,6,8 iuches ib 40s. a hundred. Other lengths a proportionate prices irrespective of number of wire ■1' ibere'8 economy in bayfag the best." Stsal Posts—Five feet long pointed to drive into tbe gronnd, bored or slotted to snit your fenoe eight pounds per 100. Enquiries 8ol!elt*d. All Station Supply flousei -OR^ . The Auto-Screw Dropper fencing£0. Ltd., Patentees andManafaoturere, Kalaolava.StPMt, BR8BAIHE. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

OVERLAND 4"THE lYSTElTM Wonderful springing. L ?>t possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres Splendid steering:. Holds the read as well or better than a big car. Good in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED, Yon cannot believe what the car is like until you ride in it. * WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHAMI8 OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODV8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORKS. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Qmumffanil

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Longreach Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Longreach Annual Races. rhe May race meeting was opened an Friday, May 7th. The weather was lot. There was a larg? attendance, rhe racing was exciting. The fields irere large and the finishes close. rh» following are the results:— Rio Handicap (6 furlongs)—Cres )Ib 1; Cocoa Palms 2; Lady Bob 8. ' Poor others nut. Betting 4 to 1 Cts- , S t» 1 Oooos Palms, and 10 to 1 * i ,Lady Bqfc. Won toy half-a-length, with a length between the seoond and third. Dlvs.. £1/8/5, £8/l0/» and 6/6. , Evesham Handicap (6 furlong?)— Second Barrel l; Landlock 2; Darra wy, 3. Seven others ran. Betting, Evens Landlock, 2 to 1 Second Barrel, and 10 to 1 Darraway. Won toy half a-head, with Darraway a length fur ther away. Time, lmln 4}secB. DivB, <£4/16/6 aag IB/-. Western Queensland Derby (10 fur longs)—Budear (L. Davis), 1; Bon nie Skon (Cameron) 2; Ororalght (S. J. Jeaes), 3. Four others. Bet ting, /Erea money Endear, 4 to 1 Overnight and 5 to 1 Bonnie Skop. Won comfortably, by a length. Time, 2...

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