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Two Hours at Hame. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

Twn lloiirH nt llnntc. TnE concort advortisod by Mr. Hamilton Wilson, tho Scotoh Vocalist, oumo off on Saturday ovoning Inst, and-, notwithstand ing tho frightful woathor, thoontortaimnont was vory well patronised. Owing to tho lato hoavv, rains thostatoof mud and slush outsido tho hall of tlio School of Arts was somothiug wonderful to bohold, but provision had boon mado for lossoning tho inornvonionco arising thorofrom, as much as possiblo, by a tompcrary track, con structod of timbor. Shortly aftor tho appointed hour, and an ovorturo had boon vorv mcoly playod by Mr. Wilkinson, Mr. Wilson oponod tho ball by singing tho 'Bonnio Hills of Scotland,' which wos enthusiastically recoivod. Mr. Logato, an Irish comic singor followed with tho 1'yroloan song 'Happy Doutohor.' Tho Jacobito song ' Tho Woo Woo Gorman Lairdio,' wus soiircoly approoiatod by tho audionco prosout, noithor did it rocoivo tho samo applauso us did tho comic song of ' I'll toll Mama.' Tho fh.vourito Irish song of ' Th...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC. GRAFTON, THURSDAY. 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [pitojr our own oo it rt es i'o ni- ent. J , OR AETO N, iTjiujisday. G r.M. Tho weather since the rain has beon doliglltfu}.; ; ., ,, v i - , . , Tlio Farmor's Association's half yoarly meeting will be held to-morrow. ?The business done during the half year amounted to over .£15,000. 1 Tho consignments included 17,828 bags of maize, 25,143 pumpkins, 257 bags of potatoes, 94. bags of sugar, 11 of tobacco ifec. T!ie roport states that tho visit of. the Directors of tho Asso ciation to tho Richmond River has been productive of much benefit to tho Society; consignments are rapidly in creasing, and now a very important connection has beon established. The Manager has been instructed to visit tlio Macloay. An ollicer from tlio Department of Mines is expected daily, in connection with tho probable sito for a model farm. Thoro are a great number of un employed in the district. . ...... SYDNEY, Monday. Tho Morcantilo Building Society's profits for tho last half-year 'amounted to...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrivais. July 23. — Tnmkl, p., Cnptnin .Tni-ksoh, from Svduey. Passenger s — Mesdames Stoneman, Stanford, Jt'Andlvwp, Erskinp : Misses Stan ford. Rnddnm, M'Collngh, Evnno; Messrs. ?''Smith,- M'Collotn, J-!gh. I-Toward, Fosbury, Murray, BrnWn, Bngot.. nnd 45 in tho steerage. Cargo, 350 tons; genprnl me'rehnndise. Ijoft Sydney- nr. 8 p.m. on July 21st, crossed thn Bichmond llnr nt 1 p.m. on 23rd, nnd arrived at CoVnkl nt 8 n.ni. the following dny. Dxperi light. Vyi'Rtorly winds dnYing tVici pnssnge. O. aid B. S. N. Co., rigehts. : July 23. — Richmond, Bi, Captain B. Alley, from Sydney,. Pasispngprs — . Mpsdnnies Vivian, Williamson, nnd Wilkins ; Misses Wilkins (3) ; Jlnptpis Wilkin* (-1) Messrs. Bivrip. Paulson, \Fergiite, Stntfir, Trimble, nnd 30 in the steer age. Cargo, 2n0 tons cenpr.il mernhnndw, 1 Ji nrso, nnd 'Stitidrios. Cleared Sydnoy Trends nt. 0 p.m. on Wednosdnv. tho 21st. pnescd Sonl Bocks nt G. 30 n.m. on Thursdny. 22nd, plowed engines at 10.15 p.m...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

Shipping Notices. rpo TITE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN .JL . tlio Richmond River District. JOHN SEE and CO.'SLino of Stcamors. Until further notion tlio Favourite Passenger SUamors TIKI/UN NICOLL and ... AUSTRA- LIAN will rim ns follows Tlio. s.s. HELEN NTCOLL,. Cnptnin It. A; .Frrisor, leavinir Sydney SATURDAY NTGHTS, at 0 o'clock. Leaving Grafton WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, at. 0; o'clock. Tim s.s. AUSTRALLVN, Captain II. 0 Clind-' Ifiuli, l-nvitig Sydney TUESDAY ';NJ GUTS/n I' 9 ; o'clock.'- i Loaving;Grufton. ^SATURDAY MORNINGSj at 5,30 o'clock;. t 'I'lippp pica mors cull rnftularly- at Law { l'ciicc. Reeky Mouth, anil 11 imvood Island, for pnpsone-ors by tlio Casino, Woodburn, and f fivvan Bay Couches. * 1; FARE S- - ? ' 4 Saloon— Singlo ? ... ;C2 0 0 ;i . IMimi .......... !» 10 0 ' | Stcorago— each way. ? 1.0 0 I RETURN TICKETS uvnilublo by either steamer. ' ' ? .) JOHN SEE and COMPANY. ? o u t ii a'i? M TRADE. TI1E STEAMERS Emma Pyers and Triton aro now portnanniUy bmragod in tlio trado bet...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coraki Post-Office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

I'oi-aki B^ost-Cffllee. ArRTVAI, AKIl DF.rARTTTTiK OP MAILS. Mah.8 arrive from Sydney, South Woodbnrn, Woodburn, and Swnn Bay every Monday and Thursday, rt 3.35 p.m.; and close for the snmo places every Tuesday, and Friday, at 5 p m. Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallnh, nnd Gnndur imba every Tuesday and Frid y, nt 5.50 p.m., nnd Vdose for same places every Monday nnd Thursday, at 3.35 p.m. Arrive -from Casino and . Ccdrington every Tuesday, nt 4 p.m. and 3aturday, nt 10.80 n.m.; nnd close for same places every Mon day and Thursday, at 8.30 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats 'for Ballina, Wnrdell. nnd Brondwnter. '

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

Stiver Steamers Time-Table. The following time- table is published for genernl information : — Snrnh L Hixson Ipnves Lismoro for Ballina nt 8.30 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, nnd Fridny ; nnd BnlliDn for Ijismore every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, nt S.30 n.ni. Florrie leaves Ballina for Lismoro every Mon day, 'Wednesday, nnd Friday nt 8.30 n.m ; nnd Lismoro , for Bnllina every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30. a.m. Tho Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismore evprv morning (Friday excepted) returning to Woodburn in the afternoon. ' Tho Triton leaves Cornki f-.r Cnsino every Monday, Wednesday nnd Fridny at 9 .n.m : and Cnsino for Cornki every Tuesday. Thursday, and Snturdiiy. Tho Irvington eavps Casiuo for Coraki every Monday, Wednesday, nnd Frid y ; and Cornki for Cnsino every Tuesday, Thursday, nnd Saturday, at. 9 a.m.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. ' ? , ? SYDNEY. Thuiisday MAIZIJ, 3s 4d,- and in domnud ; Eggs, I«.'8d , por doz ;' I'owIb 3s -Id to :Ih 9d pair ; Chaff, ' On to 7a per bng j Luccrno Hay, (!h ; Oaten Ifay, Oh to 7a Od ; l'iga, lid to Od ptr lb ; Calves, UOo to |5p;i oauh ; IlidoH, 3d to, -Id per lb ; Butler,, lOd to to' 10(1 por lb; jOnioiia, £7 to .G8 por toil ; iSpokoB, fia to tia pur thou aan;l ; Eating PumpkiiiH, 2« pt-t doz. ; i

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Niagara Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

'i'lic niiasara trails. The St. James' Budget says : — ' Fifty years ago it was calculated that there was enough oflective energy in. the Falls of Niagara to move all the machinory of the civilised . world. From measurements lately made by the United States Lake Survey this rather general proposition can now be more exactly stated. The average fall of the Niagara Rivor is 275,000 cubic feet per second, and its total calcu lated force equal to seven million horse power. According to tho last United States census, the whole amount of power in manufacturing throughout the Union is about three million and a half horse power, of which, roughly speaking, one third is supplied by water and the remain ing two-thirds by steam. It appears, therefore, that the water-power of the Niagara is enough to drive all the machin- i ery in the United States twice told. The I electricity for some 3000 telephones in certain cities and. towns in the west of New York State is now supplied from a mill erecte...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

Sires of the Severn JMPORTANT ttOTIOli. ? To Owners of Sires. I. ..JjpBoml arrangements havo beon made, AHu special inducements avo being offered to tho Owners of Stallions intendod tostand uuring tho approaching -season for udvor ti;;j;;£ $om iq tl}is .Journal. : I' (c£ To onsul'Q Spdio '''?'H'?' will- bo advis-blg. ?' ? j Amusements rjpWA HOURS AT HAME ! Sohool of Arts, Coraki FRIDAY NIOHT, 20th AUGUST. RETURN (by roquost) OF H.lINKiTOIV WILSOV, Colobratod Scotch Vocalist and Humorist with his COMBINATION COMPANY of TAL- ] ENTED ARTISTES. GRAND CONCERT. Jacobito Songs. Irish Songs. Scotch Songs. Gaolic Songs. ' Boors opon nt 7.30 ; Overture at 8 p.m. ^ WOODBURN ? ...10th August. BALLINA.... ...Iltli and 121, h. 1 LISMORE......... ......... .....littii and 14th. y CASINO..... ? ? 10th and 17tli. WYRALLAII ? ? ..18th CORAKI ? ? ? ? ? ? 20th. BROADWATER.. ? 21at and 23rd. General Notices- ] ? ? ] IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATE OF H. JOlINSuN, Storokoopor, Comki. Rlfll'fl'iCH. ALL DEBTS owin...

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(From the Grafton ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

(From tuu Grafton Arqits.1 Tho contemplated rush for the rich lands on tho Orara did not come off. There ; wore only throe applications in which tho ballot-box had to bo resorted to, the high prioo £3 and £6, prevonting tho anticipated lcoen competition. Wo aro gotting good soaking rains, warm sunshiny days, tomporate nights, no frost, any amount of vegetation, inoluding weeds and vogotablos.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Matterson v. Godwin. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

lUaUcrMoii v. Moilwiu. The scullers' raco for £100 a-side be tween Neil Mattorson, of Sydney, New South Wales, and David Godwin, of Battersea, was rowed on June 7, from tho Star and Garter at Putney, to tlio Ship at Mortlnke, and resulted in an easy victory for the Australian. Tho start was fixod for 4 o'clock, but it was 23 minutes past before tho men got under way, II. Kelly acting as pilot for Mat terson and W. Spencer for Godwin. The Australian had the Surrey station, and, getting awuy . at a quicker stroke than Godwin, at once showed in front and led by a length at Alexander's boat yard, and nearly a length and a-lmlf at the London boathouso. When tlioy had rowed half-a-mile the Australian was two lengths to tlio good, and this ho made into two and a-half at Craven Cottage Steps. 'Rounding tho Point, the leading sculler slackened his exertions, and Godwin was no more than two lengths astern at tho Grass -\Vharf. Nearing Hose Bank Villa, however, Matterson drow away again, and a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Round About Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

Hound About I'apcrM. [Ry Faugh- a-hallaoii.] PEnirAi's ono of tho' main rcaaona why t/oralci had boon so backward in coming forward as it should havo douo, and liavo boon soineihini; moro tliHii a rich out lying suburb of Ousino and Lismoro, ia tlio fact of thoro being, 'until recently, no direct means of communication with llic Claronce. Until ''.Mr.* Gcorgo Olive, of Myall Crook,- oponod lip' li coach road from that placo to Coraki, all kinds of trnflic between tho Clatonco Rivor and that township wns obliged to gopithor by boat to Chatsworth,'; across to' Woodburn by coach,_ and from thenco by rivor steamer, or by boat to Lawronco, tlienco by coach to Casino, and by. rivor, steamer to Coraki. ' Tliesd;; round1 about nnd oxpensivo modes of reacliing here havo now beon ol)viat.ed !by| tho branch lino from Myall ' Croelf.''''1 'Atnd as soino ovi denco of tho superiority of this routo over thoso mentioned, I purposo to givo in this papor,my qxporionco of it .during tho lato rainy sea...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

?Brief !IVcntl«n. Sugar Benson oonunonoed. Ttiver full of Homing timber. River rose IU feet lit Casino, and 12 foot nt Lismoro. on Monday ; 4ft Gin at Coraki. Coopor's huIo last Snturdiiy grout Hiionosn. Part of Bridgo-ulreot has been kerhnd, pre paratory to forming wator-chnmiol and foot path. Mr. .T. O'Connor, of Swan Bay. takes tho Royal Hotel, vice J. Milgato, o(f to Kimborloy. Stroots in Lismoro worse than in Coraki.^ Thrco Bkippors in town ou Tuomlay night praying for tho widening and straightening of tho North Arm. Tlioy say tho main port should bo Coraki. Koith' Brothers havo tlio oontraofc for tlio now Australian Joint Stook Bank, and com mence building at ouco. It is to be a olipping struoturo. At tho Government land salo held at Lismoro : on Wednesday last, tho wholo of tho Byron Biy lots, numbering '10. woro sold at prices ranging from ,C15to £011, for somo of whioh tho bidding was vory keou. Harry L'gato says ho droamt ho wont up Jacobs laddor to thogaton of Iloaven, an...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casino Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

Cusinu Items. [from OUlt SI'KCIAI, COIiru!SI'ONl)KN'r]. July 26. — Tho drought, which so long has beon tho mournful tune of both agri culturist and grazior, has grown wondor full}' out of date, and now tho strings are touched to a new song— Tho rain, O' the tho rain. But, though the ruin may bring many disadvantages to contrast the present stato of tho country with tho corresponding soason last year, whon that fearful drought was darkening tho prospects of tho farmer, and working its ravages amongst the stock, one might justly congratulato himself and his surroundings on tho munificent down pour that has recently been ours. Scar cely a day passes but we havo some rain, and yesterday was almost a continuous downpour until about 9 p.m., and now, while I write, heavy clouds aro hanging over us, and will doubtless unburden them selves upon us. Tho result of so groat a visitation is that there is abundance of water, and no talk of cattle getting bogged. The country is quito green, and th...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

A X arrow Escape. A letter received at Plymouth from the blookading squadron off the Greek coast, under date May 20, narrates that on tho previous day a French corvetto ran a narrow chance of having a Bhot put into her for ref usiug to hoist her colours. She was seen by the Sultan, which made tho signal to her to hoist her colours, and this being disregarded a blank chargo was fired. The corvette, still neglecting to show her colours, a second blank charge was fired, with the same result. Then the Polyphemus rain was ordered to go in chase of her, and considerable excitemont prevailed on board all tbo ships. The Polyphemus started off at full speed, and coming up under tho stranger'B quarter, ranged close alongside, with all hands at thoir quarters, and the guns loaded and ready for action. Just then, however,the Frenohman hoisted his colours. The corvette narrowly escaped being fired into, and tho opinion of the fleet ia that it would have served her right, for those on board were ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Clarence River News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 30 July 1886

Clarence Kiver Slews. (From tho Advocate. 1 There appears to bo no truth in tho stato ment containod in a lato issuo of tho Examiner^ that a petition had beon in course of siguaturo at Chatsworth praying a chango in tbo existing mail timo-tablo from Woodburn to Chatsworth, for nono of the principal townspeople seem to know anything about it. A petition signed by oil tho influential business people was, however, forwarded by tho Helen Nicoll on Wodnosday last, protesting against any chango iu the oxisting timo-tablo. Riddle aud Czarovitch havo beon scratched for thoir Richmond Rivor engage ments. We have received No. 2 of tho Richmond Rivor Herald, a four-page double- domy newspaper publishod at Coraki, Richmond l\iver, by Mr. L. Bonaud. It is woll got j up, nicoly printed, and contains a good j supply of woll-writton local . and soloetod j mattor. Wo congratulate the proprietor on tho appoaranco of his journal and wish him prosperity. At the same timo wo would romiud residents of Co...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY. .-TirinisDAY : &TAIZ13,-3s'4cl, and in cloiimnd f Eftgs, la 3d | por doz ; ^owIsi'Sh 4d .to'3s fid .. pair ; ' Chaff, , Ga to 7s por biijr ; Eucierud1 Huyi (is j Oaton ; Hny, Gs to 's Gil ; 3d tov. 5d. ptv lb; ; GulvpsV 20s Ui (10s euoli ; Ilidos, 3d to -Id per' ' lb ; Butter, lOd to Is lOd por lb j (Onions,- £8 ; to X!) por ton.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. ? O'Donovan Rossa has publicly an nounced that the ' Irish-American dynamite party aro praparing. to re commence oporations in England. Thero has been serious rioting again in'Bolfast, botween the Nationalists and Orangemen. Tho police fired on the rioters. Ono was killed, and many wounded. ; Harris and; Gopdwin, the colonial merchants, who recently failed for £40,000, have passed an examination in tho Bankruptcy . Court. :Tho majority1 of tho tenders' for the late Now South Wales -loan pay their, subscriptions in full; ' ' ' ' The idea of forming a Russian colony in New Guinea has collapsed. Baron Macluy is indictablo for inducing- tho Russians to emigrate. LONDON, Tuesday. Canadian officials disbelieve the reports of excessive mortality in Labrador. There woro 81,000 visitors at the Colonial Indian Exhibition on Monday. ! Sir James Ferguson, formerly Governor of South Australia, has been appointed Under Secretary of State for India. LONDON, Wednesday. B...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

[fUOJI ,'oUli OWN COnnESl'ONDHNT.] ' - ' SYDNEY/ MONDAY. Tlio Brickmaker's Union Conforcnco, and othor soeioties, on Saturday, rosolvod to hold a , public mooting to enlist sympathy. They havo warned tho Government not to send nolico to tho oponing of :tho yards on Tuesday, for foar of collision. The brickmastcrs de cline to submit to nrbitrntion. Tlio Sydney, football club defonted Queensland j tlio score boing 25 points to 5 j Stacoy, of tho latter tenin, broko his! collar-bone, and was takou to tho Hospital by' Lord Carrington in his carriage. Tlio bodies of a seaman named James Tyrrell, and- that of n nowly born child, were found in tho harbour; also ono on tho bcach at Watson's Bay. : A boat containing captain, mato, and three apprentices belonging to tho ship Wynstay, was run down by a steamer. All wero rescued, but with great diffi culty. Legend, tho dam ofLo Grand, also tho co it ITarvoy Birch, tho proporty of Mr. W. A. Long, aro dead. ?' ' Tho scratchings for tlio Melbourne...

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TELEGRAPHIC. CASINO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [From our Special Sporting Corrospoiulout.] CASINO, Thursday. Tho rncosnro postponed till to-morrow on necount of rain. . Thoro aro . LI acceptances for tlio Cnsino Handicap, and 12 for tlio Cluli Handicap.

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