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Shire Campaign. MR. J. D. O'SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

? Shire Campaign. MR. 1. i O'SUlliVMI. Mr. J. O'Sullivan has engineered a most successful campaign during tbe week, when the following places were visited : Aberihairi, Wolbmbi* Ella long, Millfieia, Aberdare, and Bell bird. Resolutions in favor of a muni cipality for Gessnook were earned at each meeting, and attendances v?ere: good. Should lilr. O'Sullivan bere - l ? --J .\kf.»ADva wbtniK haft iwAn to a degree neglected in the past, vtfll receive deserved attention .In the; past Mr O'Sullivan first advocated: the road to Kearsley, Aberdare to Neath, Cessnock to Aberaain and: Neathbythe new routes (of which, he was successful in the two latter.) The formation and completion of road to Kearsley will be earnestly worked ior, in addition to other re quirements in that quarter. Mr. O'Sullivan uaa been instrumental in obtaining for Oessnock and Aber-, dare the electric light, and.the reduc tions in premiums of fire insurance, Saturday half holiday for the district, and water service to, ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Racial Inferiority. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

- Racial inferiority. ^ m ? m - - . To prove that' there is no 6uch thing as racial inferiority, that in the scale of intelligence all races can grow-equally, a Chicago woman, Mrs T. Brackett Bishop is going to adopt 15 babies, each' of a different race, and give them all a good education. It will certainly be the oddest family in the world.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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MR. ARTHUR BIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

MR. ARTHUR BIGGERS. Mr. A. Biggers, known throughout the district and State as a vigorous thinker and worker for progressive measures, has indefatigably pro pounded- Jrs astute platform in all country centres during the week with impressive effect, and has been well received all along tbe line. This candidate dealt in extenso with the desiranuity oi i-essnocK oeiag a mun icipality, and during forcible and eloquent speeches pointed out the ne cessity of the council confessing to the Government that they were un able to cater, for such an important and growing town. As the council had admitted that they were spend ing more money on Cessnock streets than the taxation -warranted, it was clearly evident that the roads in the country must suffer. The people on several occasions had voiced their desire for a municipality, and the speaker thought the time was now ripe for the council to take the initi afitrn nnrl climilri lip. hn RIlftnAKRflll llfl would move in that direction. He had every...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

[?] ')::, $%& ':yi^^^S^^^ of $be abpye insitjtutiori^waB Jield i-on jWednesday fiVpnipgT^s^^^K-Jwere-^ 'present ;; Messrs. A, ? B^IWeflicott (president),^ Gordbn^J^iiKlSou^^: Davia^ son, IiBwis, and *A; G^ Lloyd (secret-' axy).' ;rJ':.'---'v';''v ? .'? '?. ?? .? ' -' ? '? ', vJ..-.*k..'i«?--.r--'.v*.-:'--'_;.:.'' - ? . ... .,-., uorrpsponaencewas reaa irom a local ^enfleman-donating magazinos and suggestingv tbe formation ol.-a; l-oplk^oH^.-,-.^9C3onjBiti6Qiw^B &c-' cept^tfwtfa flanks,' aud also tlie suggestion, wbich it was proposed giving tJfche-.Bttggeafcor ? permission to caafy.intd^Bfc^ -:;\ .-, ,;; , . - -.- -\ .»!.; From the Department notifying the reduction; of subsidy ftbiVi' if JL4; in view of thewar.-7-Beceiyedi . 3 ;r. The treasurer's statement showed the expenditure for the month had been heavy, totalling £63/3. 'The, revenue for the month Amounted to £46/3/6, made up as follows :^-sttbr scriptions, £16/9/6, billiards.£29J/7/6, rent £1/8. miscellaneous ...

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MR. J. Y. TULLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

MR. J. Y. TULLOCH. Mr. J. Y. Tullock, who may be termed the country candidate, has put in a strenuous week. Nightly, Mr. Tulloch has expounded his plat form in lucid style. His ramifica tions on Local Government matters show him to be well informed, and that he has given shire matters a deal of study. He knows the dis 4-i*istf' lilm n Krirtir io nWbffr-aaQliTA axil? that he is a competent man goes without question. Regarding the Government of Cessnock Mr Tulloch agrees that the present form is in adequate, but, he asks, has the Shires Act been exploited for its benefit. He maintains it has not, and that tbe conditions of Cessnook and such town could be improved by giving attention to a wider view. However, did the people wish it, and were he favored by selection, he would strive fco .carry ^tbeir; desite into effect. , As a countryman he' knew the xequir^ents^fttne 0»nn try and promised, -if ^ecte|^; -to, iwork . for.the .iJBtter^ie^Jof ^f^l»roe1ir He had interests in the distriol;,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

? Mr. J. J. Pitt notifies a sale of fu& niture and effects ' -'to^in'ttmow morn ing at 10 o'clock, on premises in View* street.': '?-''??' % /'; *' ?'?'* Vote for J. Y, Tullock who is pre pared to devote his DBSt in the pro gress of. Cessnock; and who will specially see that^tbe hitherto. aegleoM jto? irtUe district will

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Hospital Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

HospitaiySatiirHayi SataViaay kst proved one of excep tional heat, which by no means facil itated the «elf -imposed duties of the lady collectors for our hospital; Be sides the allotted areas lady canvas sers made house to house solicita tions, and -with assiduous zeal could be noted -wherever the pence was to be forthcoming. Not a little assis tance 'was rendered the collectors to lighten the heat of the day. Messrs Fry Bros.', assistance was conspicu ous in Vincent . Street, which took the form of a number of booths, and these were much appreciated. An other feature of Vincent Street was a flower, stall, and the -window dres sing of the firm of Mesprs. Lane and Quion, Ltd., which reneoted the spirit of the times in a depiotation of a hospital ward. On Sunday afternoon a programme of music was dispensed at : the hos pital by the members of the local band, when £4 16s 7^ was collected. The individual amounts of collection are : Nurse Long 9s 6d, Nurse Dart £1 8s lid. Nurse Henry £2 ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

0BICEET. *. The following^ are the scores of tbe match Juniors v. Ekerts, at Ekert's, on Saturday last :— EfeERTS. * :. 'First Innings, . G.Ekert.^Eose i: !.. ..: =- 7 M. Ekert, b Rose : .... ... 6* A. Ninnes, c sub b Rose ... 10 C. Hungerford csub, b Rose ... 14 P. Ekert, b Morton ... ... 19 M,._Sp.ape,c Cameron, b T. Col- ', '? . quhoun ...' ... ... ,9 W. Hawkins, b Peters... ... 9; O./Ekert, root out ; ... 5 .... :0; -f ?\'ji '. Sun|aes ' ../*. ... r2* BpwIiDg;; A. Hose, i ior 20: J0.1 Morton, 1 fbrlO; B. Peters, 1 fpr 20 ;T, Colquhdun, 1 for 12.; O Scba-i cbt,Ofor7. ..-;?! --?—;?- ? ;?- JCNWBS.. .... I ] jP,, Scliachl, rutL out ... ~' &i Cameron, cHu^gerfordbGEtet-t 38] ^B6^/*du|'^u|-«;- ' _ ?$*£( ... ~S;86 1 C. Morion, not out ' ' *' ..^ 32 1 Ntfi Powell, bG; JEkert :: ; ':... 7 T;l^lqiihouric sub* Hunger-: ^ I'-ford^- ?;??? ^.; ?' ????';?;?.? ... ^6 B.VPeters ciub UP. Ekert ,..:« 4: '?;. .Sundjries.''.;. -;':.'.- -.;??' ? \i. .- £ V . .-?: ...-?:? 129' Bowhrjg.— G Eker...

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People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

People Sflff That the local roads .are receiving effective attention just now. ; # That the erection of the new court house is progressing well. ' ' That money is a great lever. .Peo ple find it leaves them too quickly. That entries for the. School of Arts crib, tournament are how being taken Tbat a local spore had a dream over the Cup. It cost him a fiver. That a vote J. Y. Tulloeh is a vot8 wisely given.* ' ' . : ' That a local, libel action will occupy attention this month. . '? That rumour hath it a libel action is also pending at Kurri. ; That a. man in town swears he will not cut his hair till Arthur Biggers is councillor. That tlie Government is^sking the aid of the councils in finding work for the unemployed. - , **? That Allandale ix^d looks g^ite respectable with its ^muskers ' ' trimmed and its gutters cleaned out. That gastritis is making ; itself felt in town, and a number of cases are reported. That 45 bookmakers operated in Leger Paddock at Cessnock. races last Saturd...

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Maitland Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

Maitland Races. The Maitland Races are down for decision to-morrow, and with such a Bplendid^entry tlie attendance on the inctutesjiue course at Butherford is bound to be large. Complete train arrangements uave been made, and local sportsmen desirous of being present can be iu nice time for the first race by leaving Cessnock in the 52.15 train! '?' Biillfrne ' n,nt,ip.innr.oR as follows :— - '? -. Flying Handicap — Mersina 1, Burnore 2, Little Dixie 3. I Welfcer; Handicaps Gravenia 1, Sundance 2, Jack Hampton 3. '? ? Maitland Handicap — Magas „ 1, Extra ^Special' 1, Cheri Cheri 3. Novice Handicap — Sandy Mac 1, Monty Collar© 2 Pabulum 3. : Rutherford Handicap — Riverbird 1, Sir Aymerill 2, Develop 3. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

#tte Best Pictures only arc shown at the ? ClNENA. ^ Saturday: The Port of Missing Men. Monday: The Melbourne Cup Not a fake— Jio cup as run from Btart to finish. The only true .'-'?', film of the Cup, . BIG PURCHASE OF : Wideleaf Borsalino Hats FOR THI COUNtRYMAN _ ; Sid Monks & Cos BORSAUNOS, a Hat that cannot be bought anywhere in AUSTRALIA under 12s 6d, the CHEAP MERCER'S Price 9s 6d. Narrow Leaf Australian Fur Hats 4s 6d, worth 8s 6d— Call to-day and see them. Sid Monks & Co. - Cessnock The Mercers and Clothiers, WITH THE LOW 'PRICES. Special Bargains ! I J^fc Knowledge MKfflf& Intelligent m(r 'wi* ? ^ *'ivSulM - Anticipations TO Lead the way and give the utmost SATISFACTION by show ing the Right Goods at th« Right Price, in the Right Place, whether it be for your Home, .your Families, or your own ;' apparel. Values that 6peak for themselves are always offering throughout all sections of this helpful store. ?'??*'? . f tf I I / -- ??'. V - ?; HERE IS AN ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

? ? _^ ? ? ? ? ?? . ?' . . ? ? i '.;?'' 4 '?? ira^/z Travelling. JJiM2MSBt^ ? CESSNOCf^ HOTEL. Under Entirely' New Management. The proprietor of the Cessnock Hotel desires to intimate that patrons may rely upon every altention. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are or the best, likewise the brands, of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Extreme care and supervision of management is the watchword, and the general conduct of (lie hotel will be found right up-to-date in ever}' department. James Attwater, Proprietor. Cessnock Hotel, £essnock. To Avoid Disappointment »?«?*??. CjffS^N Spring & Summer: Suit PUEKSORE J^TjHj Last year we had to turn orders ''/^^fflaaffl H ? away and as \ye do not want a 1*7 «BHbS H * repetition of -this we ask you to W JfP^fcfc J^T A Suitable Uange of . ? 5ftc*^^;: '??''?' Don'l forget the address ? *^ R. PEART A Man Depends THE on tbo Tdor'i Ttf for PEOPLES TAILOR, ?-, ^ „ ^ (mm Vincent St., Cessnock. SSsss=======ssm d, dOHNSON, Practical Engineer in M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

-Onssnock^riariMlnees'. Conducted under jJte.tfBSMces of above, ' '?,?? ? ?????. . wiUbe)ie!|jr; ? . . ?_ x| ? vetnb$ifi$W,t914* / Dancing in the Pavilion, '; ?'.-.' CcssnocktBand Engaged. . . .* ? ?' Great Bathing l-aSlilies j Hot and -So]d Water Trovided. V Free Steamer Eicireions round the Lake. '?.. SALE OF TICKETS CLOSE TO-DAY! Two Sppclal Trains run as time FirslTraip Dejwrts 7.30, and proceeds di *^Coi^c^)ia^^iSlaffiV!58?5ybernkain £&$ Weslon 8.8, jfiftji^Curri 8.14, W. Maitknd .. Trains lea« Copkle Copek .pn. ccturn jour Jiey at.5.3-Vijnriyf(ig it-:essri6c^ at 653. Second trairileaics 6 p.m.', atrivihg at'Ccss nocV7.5S. T. TURNER - Joint ; ; -;.. J; M. .^APUELEV ) Hon. Sees Public Meeting. : A MUSICIANS'. MONSTER MEETING will be held in Fullick's Refreshment Kouuis, Vincent Street, on Monday next, November 9, at 7. JO. Bnsiness : To discuss offer made byMrGeo NicholU, bandmaster, Kurd, to form and instruct a Ccssnock ORCHESTRA. All musicians cordially invited. ; -?*«...

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Current Notes Our Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

Current Notes Our Birthday. To-day is the Eagle's birthday ! Twelve months ago we launched out on the journalistic sea full of hope with the prospects in view- Our hopes have, in a measure, been real ised. We set out with the idea of concentrating trade in Cessnock, and also the advancement of Cessnock and district hy detailing its possibil ities and probabilities. In both these matters there has been decided ad vancement towards the desired, and we feel that our efforts have been helpful. The people have shown by their support— both by advertising and subscribing— their appreciation of our efforts. Our position in the the newspaper world has advanced in the twelve months, and the at tention given to our columns by. con temporaries is adequate testimony of its popularity. vThe knowlege that the Eagle represents one of the brightest and wealthiest districts in Abe State, spurs us - to do our best, and we hope to continue the advance ment. Many improvements are contemplated toL make t...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

[?] tendance. The day was -warm, Btili not too; warm to make outdoor spt-rt unpleasant. The ijoreeB turned up in, accordance with the eptries, ftriS the result was largo: fields; iJnfbiifn ately the day was marred by a couple of accidents, in which Beveral riders were injuied (psirticulars ? of which appear in another 'column.) The bookmakers and public were about even oh the day, but in the Flying Handicap th^y got a great turn up by tue favorite loosing its rider. The management of the meeting was con ducted without complaint, and the arrangements made Jn regard to the injured jockeys' by -the ^ambulance men met with, favorable comment; Unfortunately there was no doctor on the ground; but. tite .hospital be ing near at band, after* first-aid was rendered by, the ' ambulance corps members tJiej were conveyed there. The' 'stipendiary i stewards bad |no cause for inquiry, the racing being very satisfactory. Following are the jssultsuy- ' * s i-:'. Ab^k^yN^-lilnipiJa^-O, ?-?#? i 'C&am...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

SETTINGS NOW -.READY— Padman's Famous Laying Strain of Hens mated with Farm Range Cockerel, winners at GattanV laying Cdnipetition. Also Silver Wyndottes, A. G. Gould's Strain of Hens mated with [obling's Cockerels, ^vmner of the' Winter. Test at Hawksbury College. 5/- per set. . . ? L. W.MORRIS. CLEAR COMPJ^H gpjiM ., CUAR Cp|flflBWJlU^ - Eemove pimples, BlOTp^ES^ BE&SESS^f-Jiaie -l?dSEi bULL HESS\of tjie EYES, ,8AiJ^ira»SS-.;-^.^t^,;4^^^i^J9Jl,. ^nd jtiiat; blood, cujmjg/.ci)NSTiPATibN, iand' ;'ik)ai8i^^^''';-*I^^jt^;a^i-' TRITfS, ?-- ^0 P3?HE-, tKe , KKRVES,' impi^ing J^^^y^a ;YI0ODE Inyaluttble for banishing ,W£ ptlNfess .; ax-0. 'jjjj^pjfiigfy r, tAss^OBE, and rempving BAt-; TAStE in THE morning.^ l||^r ^aS^rd' 'relief ;3n, aU - cases ..- of BILIOUSNESS, SIGK HEADACBffi;, ;^C^NESS of SPIRITS. pntE8,'':»nd:-1i6ss- of APPETITE. They atof^t^n^^iftlly on the kidneys. Taken REGpiABLT they .|d|™'Ol ' CLTBAS dou PLEXION, BRIGHT EYES, arid BLOOMING, BA^U^^Silill'TB. : . ';: ??'...

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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

CyslinE. ; ?; The Cessnock Bicycle Club ^will run a road race to Kurri 'and back ?toiQprrow (Saturday), starting at 4 Skixl frbim \Vinkleman's Hotel. Han Slfoaps^— A Hancock 3 min ; W Nprr thyS min; Snow Davis 4 'mm; I? Baiis 4. min ; N Ling 5 min 20 seos; '3v-3a'u^''6;,mto;40^B|v-G^MciCibB JS^iain 4O:seo ; B. : Ling 6 iriin. 40 sec ; .tG^'Hanopfek 7 iainj.' W Hancock 7 into ; , M-- ?« w -y. min » ?B *J1°S ° X$n i G Ras 8 toiri^O ^ see ; J. Han. iiwgtbn ,9 min ;:J^Siaadin 9|nin ; W Ward t min 20 see ;, W^Neill 9 min. 20 sec-; A Duggan 9 min 40 sees : W Adams 10 min ; W Pbmeroj 10 min 30 sees ; L. Hill 10 win, 30 sees ; R Bailey 10 min 80 iec ; H Bollard 12 ^Osecg; D Holland 13 min;WR =McBeitb;6 '♦ min ; F Clarkei & »?ia i !P. Brqckniiui -^ f ^ Qxojssiiate, — J.

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A Tribute. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

A Tribute. We are in receipt of an open letter from an advocate of Mr. J. Y. TjSl: loch (who is an aspirant for. shire council honors) the writer 'supporting Mr. Tulloch with ardent voice, ojf ' which the following .quotations are extracts : — 'Mr. Tulloch'4 fourth 'as piration for a- seatfat the fihire, table should win mm the esteem ot voters for his constancy; pluck ; and deter mination. . . . lEsideasaresuch that should he be returned hi§ dis ooursive abUity will command his colleagues' resDectand.atlie^t^n, tod out of the ashes^f ^debjktej^liebuilt. conoretp fitructujsei pf ^jumpipal^gov ernment that^Ul inaKe put' tp^iind Idstrict take a? place iii 'Abb ''yjiti oft progression. . . '.» fakjan all^ontia— as a financier, as a busmess jna^, as y. man who won't^ take wa: back ^ seat, as a genial friend,, Mi:. Tullpcb .Ss pre eminently the iSbrt of man wer want in the council.' „... .. : .: Petipon. . The petition praying ifbr the «on struotion of a .railway Hne from Cessnock to Coc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

Gould Bros. & Co. ? m*t? . '?? ? ? ?;??? ? ? ., - ;- ?? Timber Merchants, (Near Railway Gates, Cessnock) We are now in a position to supply all . Building Material necessary for the completion of any Building at x the Shortest Notice. ; Our Delivery System britigs to your door — no matter where you may* reside — the perfect seryjee of Our Model Pharmacy Should your home be in any part of Cessuock or Ahetriave, we are prepared to .deliver in quick time your smallest requirement. If you have a ' prescription we will -fiend for it and deliver the medicine again. Our Pharmacy is equipped on the most up-to-date lines and we -can dispense yonr medicines in a thoroughly scientific manner. All we ask is (hat you let us Imve your order as ? ? , early iu the day as possible. H. j. FALK, M.P:S. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, Telephone 52 ? ? ? .. VIXCENT-STREBT, CESSNOOK. ''J ........ , ? ' ??'.' ' ? OClI UCy , SPECIALIST, Has Removed to more Comodious Premises, right opposite Hampton's Hotel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

? -'f\' ;, ? ? y ? ?-. To .stand the Season at Cessnook . and travel the surrounding District the beayy?,i)raiighfc,iSteUion, - BWE BOY - BLUE BOY is a bright bay horse, i» jth plenty of bone and muscle, rising four years. His slock are just ihe kind to rodisc speedy ' sales and highest Market Prices. SIRE— TrueUlue, a 3ark bay draught stallion, foaled October/ »9«» i fire Bq^BJue g sire Royal Wue ;^gare,BliitWbb6n, \nxpi Ulae Ribbon's sire, Uarnley, by Moffatt's .Conqueror, 199 Vol. 1} dam, Peggy, 189. : ? by Sampson, alias Logdh Twin ; jj. darn by '? ?' , Farmer's fancy, '208. ?„ , ... „, . ' ? ...;'. T*u*j Blttfc's dam, l»y ^aJc4»yX^Wbrancli t. ? g'^am by'fL^dsmanJiriip. vTroni'ScoHaiid^ ??'' Oa1vbranch's*ire Peler *lie Great. DamV Pedigree is by Bismarlt ; g d by General Gor don ; ggd hy Carringlon, imp ...SgU^Arlt' imp; ggged tty Young Champ|6n,T: imp ? ;., j»ggggrti-yDrwynian,Vimp:; gggggg^by Dun dee, imp.' . limited number of mares .only. Empty mares returned free. ' - '??' '...

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