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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

COMMERCIAL .NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. 11. Jl. Kxvretn Office, Monday. Followixu nrc tho quotations for tnnn and dairy product) ruling in Casino to-ilny : — Wlliil.KRALK.' IlKTAlli. £ a n £ 8 0 Maize, porbunliol . . 0 5 0 0 6 0 C'liuIT, pur cu t ? 0 8 0 0 9 6 liny, oaten, iiurtvH .. 0 0 0 0 10 0 . Outs, pur tiunlicl ..040 040 per ilozon ..010 013 Butter, locaHactory.. 0 10 0 13 llultor, dairy .. .. 0 0 10 0 1 0

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Borough's Liability. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

A Korougli's Liability. The Full Court (their Honors Mr. Justice Owen, Mr. Justice- Walker, and Mr. Justice Pring) delivered judg ment on an appeal iu connection with the decision in an action brought at the Circuit Court by Alexander Nor man Turner, cabd river and proprietor, against the Borough of Goulburn to icuuttu- uuuiptMisaiiuii iUL iiijurifB sustained by liimowiug, as he. alleged, to the negligence of the defendant borough iu the construction and main tenance of a bridge. The plaintiff's case was that lie drove two gentlemen from Goulburn out to the saleyards, the way there he had to cross a bridge over a creekj and he did so in safety, -but on ihe return journey the horse, upon reach ing the far end of the bridge stumbled in a hole between the timber and the roadway, and came down. Plaintiff was thrown violently on to the road, and was severely injured, and was laid up for a long time. It was charged that the accident was due to the negli gence of the defendant borough in t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

* I}entistry in all its Branches. ? * ? ; // V- ~: ' ??; . ''' ' ' * Your TEETH, the first Organs of Digestion, don't * . neglect them. They are health to you, and rest en * cold winter nights. * * Don't procrastinate when you can have them * carefully attended to at MORTIMER'S, at * Reasonable Prices. . v . * -? /' * Extractions Painlessly by the 'aid of Nitrous Oxide * .Gas. Local Anaesthetics, Chloroform, &c., when required. j Artificial Plates, Gold Fillings, Amalgam Fillings! : J j ' CASINO PHARMACY.' | I / G. ' J. MORTIMER* - ? \ | Ohemist and Dentist j | I f BARKER STREET. I | ' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. ^s~v . | I Denial Wdrk has my Careful Attention. | $ # Orders Promptly Attended To, ^ ^ f ^ IDrugs?~ 'Medicines, ctec. * ?'lV ? ? ? - ? ? -; - ' ' '???'?' ; _ ?*'' # . . i..-,'. . . .. % . For Drugs, Patent Medicines, Babies' Foods # Feeding Bottles, Perfumery; Brushware,; Toilet # . - ?Soaps, Tooth Powder, Tooth ' Paste, :? Tooth ? # - B rushes, Sponges ? ?...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Ranjitsinhji and Widened Wickets. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

XtaiiJitNirjliji and Widened ? - ' Wi'ckctH. Prince Raxjitpiniiji had a long letter in ' The Times' recently on the pro posal to widen the wicket from 8in. to 9in. He opposes the change. 'As far as I am aware,' he says, ' the dissatisfaction ns to drawn games refers principally to first-class cricket. It would bo highly ininrious, therc fm-/- In nH«,. cfnto rtf .W.v, ...V n.u.c w. things, in order to remedy an evil which exists only in the highest- class of cricket, provided we admit that there is an evil due, primarily nnd al-- solutely, to the ascendancy of the bat. First-class matches form but a small proportion of the world's cricket, how ever important an item it may be. -.It would be very injurious to sacrifice the interests of tho rest of the com munity, even for the sake of an impor tant minority, thereby introducing, to use a political phrase, class legisla tion. The game, whether it is called first-class or otherwise, is cricket, aud any measure can only be a halfmeas ure ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Liisiiiorc. i .. At. , tho Council meeting on Monday .evening last correspondence was read from Mr Ewing, M.H R., with regard to additions required to the Lismore Post OIHco. The following letter to Mr. Ewing from the Commonwealth- Depart ment of Home Affairs was enclosed ** T h.avii f.ln* Imniitt --.* I'ufomu ifj.n t.hnt. the Commonwealth Treasurer was as'.ed to allot, from his Advance Account, tho Sum of £1650 for additions to the Post Office at Lismore, blithe cannot sen his way to advance this largo sum without the saiictio'i of Parliament ; the woi'k will, therefore, remain in abeyance, peud iii- the pas«ing of 'the 1003-4 estimates.' JWfr. Ewing in his letter pointed »out that the above official, communication virtu ally meant some months would have to oliipse before anything could hi) done in the matter. He would, howo.'i r, do all lu could to expedite the matter.— Chronicle.' So far there is no information available Oti tho question of how far the Statu Treasurer's speech at...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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News of the District. Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Newsf^the^District; Coi'iilii. It is with feelings of much rogret that wo ' R R. Herald' havo to annomico the death of Mrs. Robinson, wife of Mr, L ? H. Robinson, of Bungawalbin, n very old and estcomod resident of the district, which sad event took placo on Wednesdav morninir liist nt 10 »'-.l»„i. rho lato Mrs. Robinson had a vory seri ous attack of illness somo 18 months ago, and rallied, but although not so hail as formerly, enjoyed fairly good health' until about three weeks ago. Last Friday night week her condition made it compulsory for her to take to her bed, and she gradually sank and passod peacefully away as stated. Tho deceased lady, who was ovor 50 years of age, had resided with her husband on the Clarenco aud Richmond for very many years, and had experienced all tho hardships incidental to pioneering. Slio w-is sistor to the late Messrs. C. and K, Krauss. Coming here from tho Clnr ence, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson settled at Bungawalbin, were fanning pursuits wero followed, a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

i'lhi axi» lroivr. Easteii Monday. V Weather cloudy. Oddfellows' sports to-day. _ I Sail in School of Arts to-uiglit. At Drake 011 Tuesday, Mr. John Newton w. is united to Miss Auncs- Kay, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Kay, of Drake. Cream exhibits for next local show ..-;ii ,w,,v 1,,. 1... to 1-2 o'clock oti the Hist day. ^ Carpentors aro gotting los per day at c)'clono-wrecked Townsville, and plumb ors as much as. 18s per day. Three pictures at Windsor Castle have' been deliberately slashed across. The servants are suspected. Some American ladies of fashion now have their finger nails b -red and hang jewels from them. - Mr. T. Marshall has sold his farm at Bungawalbin, and loaves for England during tho next week or so. No fewer thin 94 children under five years of age died in Sydney last month, from enteritis and diarrhceal diseases. The Lisbon bull-fight at which King Edward was present was purely a display of skill in evading the bull's blunted horns ? Whenover yon find a man who -i...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Tweed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Tlio Tweed. Oh Wednesday evening last at Mr. Skinner's Court House Hotol a presen tation was mado to Mr. M'Dougall, ivlto had heon over twolvo months connected with the local Land Office, prior to his departure for Grafton. About 20 gentle men wero present, and the Mayor (Mr. t'. street) occupied the chair. In making the presentation— a handsomu cricket bat — on behalf of the Muruillum bah Crickot Club, the chairman in a ?eulogistic speech spoke of 'Mr. M'Doti gall's good qualities, and wishod him every success iu his new sphere uf labour. , The Rev. L. Nye and Messrs. Buchanan, Trovitt, Ewing, Arnott (P.M.) and others briofly testifiod to tho worth of the guest of the evening Mr. M'Dougall, in a modest speech, warmly thanked his many friends for their kind expressions of good-will Ho had spent -some of tho happiest days of his lifo in MurwiHumbah, and would always, cherish with feelings of pleasure the .generous ' kindness shown him during . his ? short stay amongst them. Tho healt...

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Rous. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

? : — I&OIIS. On Tuesday a very pretty wedding was celebrated in the Church of Eng. land, Rous, the Rev A. Johnson ollici ating. The contracting parties were Mr. A. S. West, eldest son of A. J. West, Esq.,. of Rous, and Miss Stilla Foster, youngest daughter of the lato P. Foster, Esq., of Rous Mill. The bride. who looked charming in a dress of cream | crepelino and silk, with regulation i wreath and veil, and carried a beautiful 'i shower bouquet, the work of Miss Rone | Davis, of Boechloy, was attended by bur | sister, Miss L. Foster, and Miss Mary j and' Matilda West, sisters of the bride- c groom. The bridesmaids were vory [j tastefully dressed in grey or fawn voile | trimmed with white silk, and wore pic- ( ture hats to match costumes, each being i the recipient of a handsome brooch from \ the groom, who was attended by Mr. 0. 1 Foster, brother of the bride. Tho | church was very tastefully decorated by | Mbsda'mes Connelly and W. Davis, and P Missos West, Warley, and Da...

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Sporting Intelligence. ALBION PARK (Q.) RACES. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Sporting Intelligence, : ALBION PARK (Q.) R;\$ES. ' 'Wednesday;'.'* Trial Handicap. -r-Bounie wiilked over. _ Flying Handicap - Melody II.. 1, Bay-' onet 2, Defiance 3. . : Time Handicap Trot. — Oiitario 1, Phyllis .2, Jerry 3. Noyi'i3; Handicap. — Lady .King: 1, Bonnie 2, Diadem 3. . - , , Park Handicap.— U^in!i(Uabba— Gold- leaf) 1, Defiance 2. Qnly. t wo started. .

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Local and General News. . Stock Movements.— Re-stocking the drought stricken West is now. being car ried oti. On Friday last, 300 heifers and ,-200 -bullocks left ^Wooroowool-'eri. station en route to ' Mofee; Thesb'stock j have been purchased by Mr. G. Williams of Tyreel station, and are.a splendid lot. J a.r- t — win: — - or inoo. . Cattle for the Richmond. — The fol lowing prize bulls were purchased 'at the Sydney Show by Mr. H. Barnes,' of Dyraaba, in the Hereford class:— Royal Windsor III., August 2, 1899, siro Fig aro 13,791 (itnp.) — Prince Alice V. (imp). Cadet-, September 2, 1901, Mnevis — Last Day LIX. The animals wore secured at 45 guineas and GO guineas respectively. BurTER Exhibits at Sydney Show. — At the Royal Agricultural Society's Show, held in Sydney, the following were the awards gained by different companies in connection with the butter exhibit : — Buttor, crea nery, two packages, not less than 561b, manufactured and packed ready for export : Illawarra Central D...

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The Swing of the Pendulum [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Tlie »wiug of tlie I'ciiiliiluin Tiif, Socmlistic Purty, miR-nnmed the Labour Party, have liad their littlu innings in Australia. They nearly ruined South Australia, which was the first State to lltrow off the yoke, and to return to common sense. Vie toria and Tasmania have both hml ? ? ». „c .1 -i ? i » mougn or it, nua the people have de. cicled to'return once more to business- ; like legislation. Now, N.S.W., tlie j worst Sfafe iu the Commonwealth, so ; far as t-sperimcntal legislation is con- ; cerned, shows signs of a return to - common sense. The last two or three f elections have shown that the Soc'ml ists arc nowhere when it conies to a I fight'between Socialism and Individu- 'i alism. All decent workmen are heart ily sick of the tyranny of the Trades j Unions, under whose laws they nro j prevented from ever rising out of the ruck, and whose children are prevented from learning a trade. The present i strength of this so-called Labour Party in the House is very small, and the...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

I Sarah Hill, a mari'ied woman, aged 3'} years, residing at. Windsor, was operated on by Dr. Stirling at Melbourne Hospi tal on Wednesday for ? abscess in the throat. The patient was-.:' placed under chloroform, aud the operation had been concluded, when she collapsed aud died. All efforts to restoco animation were un a» ailing.' 1 ; No Opium' i n ', C.ii a m b k 11 l a i n 's Cough Rkmkdv. — Many cough uitres co.i'.ain opium.. Tho effect of this drug ' is to diminish secre tion of thu niucusy.-ahil. the relief Horded is only tHiiip.)iMry;-: Asi sooii as the iffeet of the opium passes off, itlui malady rilurns in a more severe forni.:,. The system is also weakene I and rendered ino|o tusoeptible to cold. Ch imburlr.iii's' Cough Remady. . doe^ unt i.'iuit.iiu opium in aiiy^foim. It affords relief aiid 'leave's tlie system in a healthy uouditiim. It al A'ays cures and cures quickly. A. C. Simpson, Casino, sells it.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

\\'liy*8liffer from n emigh or a iidM ivIicii a feiv il-.ibU8-if Cavanoijcii's Pulmonic Dalha.m will euro you.' Try It.' Sold at nil-stores. Advertisements. J\^' b T ~I C K I intend holding n large Auction Sale of Dairy nnd Store Cattlo on SATURDAY, 25th APRIL. Persons having Cattle for salo on that date aro requested to send me particulars earl}'. J. B.: M'DOUGALL, Auctioneer, Casino. P U B L I C 'M E E T I N G. The ANNUAL MEETING of Mombera, Subscribers, and all interested in tho Casino Town-Band will be held in tho Town Hall, Casino, on THURSDAY, l(ith APRIL, at 8 p.m. ? Business : .Presenting Balance Sheet for Past Year. 10 loot ion of Officers. I'.ovisiou of Rules. Any Other-Business. : D. S. kAYNER, : - Hon. Seorotury. R. A. H. & P. SOCIETY. Sale of Privileges. - Purchasers of No. 1 and No. 2 Fruit and Luncheon Stalls riiay oroct on the 'ground any other accommodation they require subject to the approval of tho Committee. EV3oney to Lend. r|'*HE Undor signed lias TRUST...

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

. .. a.j.c. autumn Meeting, ? Saturday. \ Hurdle Race.— Steehail, 9-3, 1 ; King Piti; 10-7, 2 ; Frantic II., 10-6, 3. . Autumn Stakes.— Patronage, 9-3, 1 ; , The Victory, 9-0, 2 ; Chantress, 8-2, 3. Maiden Two- Year-Old Stakes.— Bas- *itii 1, Sagamore 2, Kilfera3. r' DoucaBter Handicap. — Rose Petal, by Grand Flaneur— Roseclear, 7-7, 1; Ban' Ceont.hu, 6-9, 2 ; Marvel Loch, 7-0, 3. St. Leger. — Abundance, 8-10,-1 ; Great Scot, 8-10, 2; Balfour, 8-10, 3. Higli-Weight Hiuidicap.— Sir, Roger, 9 2, 1 ; Speculum II., 8-7, 2 ; Cressy, 8-12, 3. ; c. , . . The will of the late Frank- Kuliii has beeu sworh at t'5449 17s 6tl. 'r . ' . Postillion , has been scratched for all his A.J.C. engagements.. . Roso Pejial, the Doncaster. Handicap winiier, is in the same stable as Patron age.- ' Fernando was. an unsuccessful com |-])etitor iu the blond stallion class at the Royal Agricultural Society's Show in Sydney. ... The 'Herald' says:— 'Fer- nando, who'lacked the size and substance of his opponents...

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Australian Sheep in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Aii^iriiliaii Sheep in Souili I AlWcn. ? . - I ; -MKi 'VALDKB, the New- South Wales Comihei'cml Agefit at Capetown; has sent a report to the Minister for Agriculture which 'condemns, in un measured. terms, ? some, shipments of sheep which have been sent from Victoria- -to South Africa. In the course of his communication Mr. Vnl- 1 dei' says that -already several ship- | meiits of sheep liave been received in 1 South Africa in very, unsatisfactory | condition. The animals were of poor | quality, and in bad condition gener- | 'ally, not having had sufficient room r on board, whilst- the \vatering arrange- | 'ments wero also upparently at fault, | Large numbers of one shipment aro » reported to have died on the voyage, | nnd the.romainder'arrivcd j.u a deplov* able condition. Some 900 of the' ewes died after being landed. The rams were saiil to havo coine from some of the best ilocks in Victoria. The Orange River Colony Government is, says Mr. Valder, much disappointed at the first lar...

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Encounter with Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Hncouatcr with ISlnckg. I Mr. B. Clayton, auctioneer, of Tu mut, has just received news from his son, Mr. W. B. Clayton, of his having been compelled to fight for his life in an encounter with the blacks 111 Nor thern Queensland, and of having to pass through terrible privations. Mr. Olnvtnn. wiili n mnfu cot nnf enmn two months ago to purchase land and R stock ns an investment near the Gulf. IS On the night in question the two young M. fellows were engaged droving a mob ig of horses, aiid were about to pitcli 11 their tent, when they were rushed by 11 an army of savages. ||| ; Rifles wereused until close quarters, K and then revolvers, until three blacks || were killed . and several wounded. The % savages fled, but not before Clayton p was dangerously speared in the arm | with a poisoned weapon, and the hoists | had all stampeded but two pack-liorsn I and a saddle-horse. ' Clayton, feeling \ ill from the efftcts of the spear woand, i was advised by his mate to push on ? and endeavo...

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Union of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

Union of tlie Cliurclics. Slit Fredkmck Holder, Speaker of the House of Representatives, speak ing at Gawler South Australia, 011 the subject of Christian Union, said that 1 union of a broader character than the Methodist Union was needed. There wasn' snirit of union abroad. Tlim ? were beginning to look more at the points which they held in common and' less npon those 011 which the Churches differed. Incidentally he referred to the possible loss of India by Britain throngh religious disunion. Cultured Hindoos were cutting loose from their old religion, but on account ? of disunion among the Christians, they were unable to decide to accept Christianity, and ' were becoming Mohammedans. The Mohammedan /religion was aggressive in character, .; ^uid its adoption by a large proportion . * of thevpopnlation of India would lend much bloodshed. If Britain did not- Christianise India, it would be come a great Mohamedan power, aud the factor which prevented the Chris tianising of India was t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE NEEDS OF KOSCIUSKO. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 April 1903

CORRESPONDENCE. THE NEEDS OF KOSCIUSKO. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) Sir, — Having noticed in your issue of the 3rd inst. a report of the depu tation to Sir John See on behalf of the Kosciusko accounts, in which the Premier questions the need for some of the goods supplied in the words of the following paragraph : — "Now let us have a look at some of   the items," said the Premier. "What   is this about ? Eno's Fruit Salts, stout, and whisky, 20lbs. Signet Tobacco, 12 1/2 lbs. cigarette tobacco, Old Judge cigarettes, and cartridges. Here is a box of Epsom Salts. Then I see there are outfits, tweed suits, gloves, over coats, shirts, and braces. And a sweater ! I can hardly see what you   want with a sweater at Mount Kosci usko. And then there are silk hand kerchiefs." To the general public, who do not know the facts, the above paragraph is certainly liable to occasion adverse comments on the Kosciusko accounts, and I would este...

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QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. Saturday. ' ? Trial Haudicap.— Linnet 'I, 'Macro-: carpa 2, Kingbolt- 3. ? ; Open Handicap.— Saracen 1, Nitre 2, J.R. 3. Heiulra Handicap. —Heronry (Uabba — Ardea), 7-6 1 ; Zurich, 7-13, 2 \ Boa dicea, 7-3, 3. Nursery Haudicap. — Fitzgrafton and Littleboy dead, heat for first,. Ohilioii 3.' First Novice' Halidieap. — Rosebud (Collinson— Woodbine) 8-l'2,: 1 ; Kate, 8-1, 2 ; Amber; 7.5; 3.. ? ? _ / .. ' . : Totalisator Handicap. — Kinbombi ,1, Miss Beau 2, Saracen 3. . Second Day.— Monday. Second Novice Handicap.— Norseman 1, Macrocarpa 2, Fitzjames'3 . ^ ? Flying Haudicap.— Nitre 1, Victoria 2, The Marquis 3. ^ . Easter Haudicap. — Boadicea 1, Lean der 2, Heronry 3. ? Juvenile Handicap. — Inventor 1, Little Boy 2, Fitzgrafton. 3. . Pace Welter.'— lieverbratiou 1, Once Again 2,'Liiinet 3. ' ! 1 ? - Farewell Handicap.— Amber, 6-7, : 1.; Rosebud, 7-4, 2 ; Adamant, 7-4, 3. Won by six lengths. Nominations 'for.; , Opening and Club I Handicaps, in connection with the ...

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