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ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

ATHLETIC CLUB. Wi; hoar that a movement io on foot to form an athletic club m Delegate. If bucceauf ul in forming a club, and we fail to 8eo why it ohould not bo accomplished, it is contemplated arranging for a Shef field handicap of about £20 to bo decided tho week following tho Bombala Athletic Club'j cporln. Wo hopo to lo^rn of a meeting bsing arranged at an early dato and tlio propooal cpvricd into ofioct. Them aro a number of ardent lovorc- of tho opori in Dolcgato, and if thoy cot tho ball rolling, wo cannot ceo why it ahould not bo mado to no.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Delegate Police Court. TUESDAY, NOV. 5. (Before Messrs. D. Rankin, D. Campbell, and T. Redwell, Js.P.) NON-REGISTRATION OF DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

lielegatc Police Court. TUESDAY, NOV. 5. ' (Boforo MeBbr?. D. Rankin, D. Campbell, and T . Rodwell, Js.P.) NOM-KEGISTnATION Ol' D0H9. W. Roberts, F. Walker, J. Sheehy, B. Bryant, and S.- Hehnera, wero each finpd 10b and 4s lOdcoata for non-registration of dogs. A charge against R. Roberta ?was withdrawn, the dog having been registered consecutively with tho issue of tho euiarnbus. . ; - W. Tons v. L. ItvAN. Asoault. W. Toms doposod that he, in company with his wife, was returning homo from Bombula ; at about 5.30 p.m. tho defend ant overtook them at tho Little Station gate, when he called outj 'Now j-ou — — Fvo got you ; I'll do for you ; I'll take your ? wheel off.' Plaintiff did not thint; he was in earnest in his threat, and asked him to go on quietly. Defendant caid ' No, you go ;' plaiutiff replied that ho would rather him go first; defendant tried to run into his vehicle before coming to the river ; they travelled together until the river wao reached ; when ho wa*. about half ...

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FICTION. THE PRICE OF A LIFE. CHAPTER VI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

. (FIGTl6lfo- ' THE PRICED OT 1 UWK CHAPTER. VI. (Continued). ♦Umphl' oaid Poter, grimly, when Mervyn told him tbio, ' I darosoy not. Howsomdovor, nothing has evor hurt me.' ? . ♦What is there to hurt anyone, then P1 , ' ' inquired Morvyn, suddenly rpniembor , ing how peouliar Mr. Wastlobury'o m manner had beon. ? Well, they do oay ghoptoanen,', re plied Pet*r disdainfully ; ? but I don't - , take no hoed. Thoy'vonover come nigh nw.' '? ??....?; ' ♦If it ia only that,* said Morvyn, shrugging his shoulders, ? they'll koop 11 out of my way too, I fancy, or I'll lot 1 daylight into tham. If you should - ' huppun to poo one, just tell him or her 1 el- ep ?with, a loadei revolvor by my i /? bedeide, and I ohould ratbor enjov shooting a £hoot, if only for the novolty of: the thing.' . ?? : , * ' I shan't seo thom, never fear.!', re- tnrned Potrr, shrugging his shouldcra ; I always oleop sound and snuc, but 'i -? i ?women's poor nervous crittors, oir.' ? Was it on account of tho ghopto tha...

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IMPORTANT TO MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

IMPORTANT TO MINERS. Ai-i- iutjiostod in mining mattoro ar3 ro fenod to tho advertisement oftheBritioh and Auatraliau Financial and Mining Investment Co., which appears in another column. The object of tho company is to place the great industry of mining on a proper footing. The company advise on ail mining matters, and particularly interest themselves in tho development of mining properties, and render assist ance to tho bona fide miner and prospec tor. The operations of tho Company should have a wido and beneficent influence,

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DELEGATE SMALL DEBTS COURT TUESDAY, NOV. 5 (Before Messrs. D. Rankin, D. Campbell, and T. Rodwell, Js.P) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

©EILiSiSAirB SHAILiL EDEIBl'S ' COWffi'Q! TUESDAY, NOV. 5 (Before Messrs. D. Ilanhin, D. Campbell, and T. Hodwell, Js.P) E. Booth v. F. Bryant j goods cold, £5 2s lid. Verdict for. amount and costa, 5s. Me. Booth appliod for an immediate execution, which wco granted. Y^. Ethorington v. Daniol CollinG, £1 os, v/orb and labour done. Verdict for amount and cooto. j W. Toms v. L. Ryan, £9 la., balane3 duo on work and labor dono. Owing to matters being eomoAvhat complicated, the Bench adjourned tbo caco until nest Oourt day, to onablo ouch party to j rer pure a Qtatouiont of accounts. 3L Ryan v. G- Morricon, pro. aoto and ooodscold. Artsrconoidorablo ai'gumont on both eidoo, tho Bonch diccovorcd that, tho dato of corvico ww incufticient, sud adjourned tho c'aso until next Court,

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POETRY. THIRD AND LAST TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

' . P OJKKB'Yt ?.' ? ♦thied' ^ rksT time. , f tEnoji Tnrmi.) , Yes, I'm warned again, and what wonder— my irjendo ibhsc have long ago known I am hog one'ot choa - who think, it beat that ' ' man should be over alone. I've been married before,' and I liked it, and my Vive? having pone on ahead, 1 The two vacanoioa had to bo filled, and the old man again to ho wod. ;Peopl6 «ay that bfc eighty I oufjht to bo thmk ina of makinu mv eouI; But I'm younger than gome of the young ones, ' and a much battor cinn, on tho whole.. Frionda whicpor of May ond December, and predict moro oi storm than of bbino; Bat B3 I am tho ono interested, thoch&nce which ia tilreu is inino. Would they hi^ve mo colaot B3 companion, a ' damo ot threo ccoro or more yoara- With ti weaLnesa for poodles and parrote, and a onenbm-» regard for small bteraj A wizened ona wtinlitud o.d person, bnatlesa, limblc'3, \ ith ovory tooth jjonoj I am not t ilitng any of that load, most deci dedly I c.ni not on. My lady io ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

Printod and pnblrhcd by J, Ptowiiioiii- and ( C. Dawgoh at tho Augw . Inntinft O£_co,-^ DoU'RUto, ia tho Colony -ai Kov? Socth ( 'Walaa.

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Border Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

? — ? _____ — . i Boffder Eegalations. ' ' v -' For tho information of our readers we » ' ^ publish tho following regulationo which - are obaerved with relation to the border ' -' traffic : — - Permission to import f-oodfl, ctoct, ete., I acrooa tho border on tho dopoait of doty may ' be granted by tho Soorotary for Trade and ^astomG on fcofip'u oi! wntton application, t s(a ing tho.purpoco for V7hich it ia deoired to ' ' . import ouch Roocla, Rtocb, otc. Tho period within vrhioh tho ^oodo, otocb, et-o., eholl ba roo-portcd or tf-o amount of duty dopoait-d bo carried to revenue, oh_ll ba ao undo., but in no ccne -hull euch paziod ex- * ' ce- d nis (6) montho. I£ tho f ooda, etoot, etc'., ^ '- -' are psportod within tho period opi-oifieft here- ''^ *r under ho daj-oaiii may ba refunded, but if not ~ 1 }* so exported tho cmouat ohall be carried to , i t '''V^* revenue : — ' , \'} i* 1. Jfewona oa Uosrobacb, or driving a horao ( *? ji X', and cart or bu'cy and pai- of horses, on pri- '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

Alpine Stores, ^ip^giS^lmga . p^'Quarter: in Advance. ill^iliiiiiill; ;;;^'ls::V--;^;'-.'^ ?? . ;?. , ?, ? ? Vo|^W ';'??-' BPm ———————— ^ Lead Always. ^V--/ ?(;fe.-v^t;{':.:fe:^V';^;; ,. ;. :. . ^ ^;V'-v^H^^:;^^-:i--iwE:;ARE:.PREPARED AT ALL TIMES TO ' , , .'?? -'???''. '::-'- :'- '.'?;'.i'-'1.l':;)r';--'=''.':'::';:'''- :;'-;-,:V-1 ?. ?.???.. j i' j. ipS^^^J^|flfe^ Terms, 4 ^ ^:^^^^^^^'^---:'''' '???????? ^ - -( » s , ^^^?^^V^v^^''^;^J5::BUT SO AS: TO ' ' v ' ?) .?.;;???.?-?; ????-;-i/- .-????? ? . - ? . ,^i .???;-;;,? ?;;:;;;;v- -\ ? ; -; .., ? jf ^ COTS^ 1C BEST SNOWDROP SUGAR, per 701b Ba?, 15«. ' *\ 'if ; COVS No. 3 BRIGHT YELLOW SUQAR, p^p 70lb Ba.% He. ' t 1^ ??? ????'????? » i, i Th« WAGGA LILY ROLLER FLOUR, acknowledged to be' the best in tW ^ ) . $[1 Pfiaxke^, lOo 9d pnr 100. ? . *. ,k * ' ' »»U ' ,N ALLSOPFS SILVER SPRAY FLOUR, 30a pd per 100. ' [f *' ' , 1^ .A QUARTER CHEST SPLENDID NEW SEASONS TEA and 181ba SNOW- '- ^ ^ J'W DROP SUGAR for 12o. ^ / ?? , ,/Pfls, ,*„ {E ; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

&MV&N&E DELEGATE* q. coi^xb'-ft's, HORfiBSHOER S CfefiERtfi -&M€I£SMTI3, ' ' STILL KEEPS THE LEAD. / ^o 'TTN rafcurmr.s» thanbo to i X&w-fi^Vl 4^- 5lls mony Cuotonvro ffifyWSr anc* tl!0 KO'ioral public for ^^rj^h tho pi°t 13 yew, d«jiraa Jp^^sjJi^ to atito fcbat ho he- par ' w ySJ^/ chuoed ft larf;o ctoct of ||«^y ' 13*^ Ironmongery, cloo Butrpy ' s^§\Lk frj5lP ^^' Pv«rytbmEr -onnectod wito ^3-r*5J^ 'IS. fi^j tho trade kept in Btoolr. 4^*4ii4s-^---/ - ALL -woKK GUARAN TEED and dono on tho Shortest Notice and at Chufipnnt B&toa. N- Boyn employed, co Ibifc you can dep«nd on your hoross being* voll and c ? o cily cnod. THE CGMSECnAEi 3fl®TEJL, William Bafter BESIBES to return thanks to tho ''resi- dents of Delegate and surronndipg dwteiofc fo? tho liberal Bnpport accorded him emera opening in buaina-n hero, and rominda _ visitors and othoro that tho Hotol will bo foand Q rcMly first clara ono, having o^cry convenience to? tho ncconirsodit...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

That tho accornmodiition ct our Courfc houeo in totally inadequate to tho rc q-uironioutH oi tho placo, must bo celf oviclonfc to ovoiy person ^ho vioits that institution ou regular Court dn.yo. Tho room in ?which, tho Court is hold io a comparatively Litinll ono, and io not pio vidca v/ith a Bench for tlio comfoit and convenionco oi' the citting Juaticoc, Magiatrcto'?, ofuoiala, cud counsel (if any) all havo to bo huddled round ono small tible, %vhicb, to ray tho loaot, in diapyrcoably inconvenient, v/hilo no pvo -vioion whatever ia raado for tho comfort of tho general public and thooo who havo buoinoao with tbo Court. Thorc is ao room in which tho megiatratea can retiro for r- consolation, and io is not an unusual tiling for tho Court to havo to bo cloarod v.hilo thoy considoi thoir verdict. And further, thora ia only ono omall cell in v/hich priconoro can bo lodgod. Thia at timoo is very avykwnrd, ao if tho police have moro than ono pri soner in euotody — aay, for instance, a mal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

Notice to Subscribers ♦ ? A LL SUBSCRIPTIONS t» tho An*™ paid J.A. on'or btfom tbo 10th Inot. will bo «-a- teied/Ba^uHvancB subscriptions; nffct-r that date Bookett Ritosi will ha obnrgnd. |-LO WEIGHT & DAWSON. Piojitiotora. Delegate Cricfcci!; Oi&k t M M| ? A MEETING of tTemb.ro end intending nwmboro of tho nbovoOlub, will ba bold a Kafter'o GniiTtr.BciAL HoTnii at 8 p.m. on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, 12t,h Ia-t. H. A. WOOD, Hon. Secretary. ? PeMlc Gctooi PkEko man LADIES COMtlirTEE carncitty in Jj_ vsto «vGry pore «n in this district to Dt tond, oa FRIDAY NGXT. 8th lest., Cho Cr.i Colctfato Sohool Picaio afi Kornbrao, find tho free banco at ni.^ht ia tho Acsombly Hall, and thoy will bo plestsd if nono rue -in l,w»7 from cither. K-»co Cor Lsiica' Bridlo kindly nivon by Us T. JPord. ' Korribrco ' ia tho ncuio of o opoi aci? tho School. T^T dTi TP T^ rt'* 'H1 1\] UP ll li vb .Ji « BEFEEEING to an advcrti°cnipnfc which appeared in tho Duloguto Aaavs o. tho SJ.---d Ot totiar...

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General Mews. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

General Mews. ( - ? *v ? DISTINGUISHED AU9THALIANS. ? Tho T6 presentativo AuBtraliiin industry in England is reviving. Tho 'distinguished' attracting attention across tho ocean just now, aro not pioneers, politicians, or prominent public men. That excitement ia on tho waiio. The real notorieties are racuhoruea. First Carbino left hid nativo shores, and the entire British prosa wrote of him and his career. Reporters inter viewed .mil mentioned his points. The eablomeu conyoye.d tho no wo of hio re coptionu and ' at homca1' to Auiuraliana. Carbine vr-ao lionised for at least threo months. But another distinguished Aus tralian, Paris, tho racer, followed and iinmodLit.-ly claimed attention. Ho caused an much curiosity as the mighty Carbino, and tho cableman wirea nome thing about tho colcbrity daily. Ilia knighthood io not anticipated, and al though ]io might return ao a G.(i., ho ' T7ill nover return a3 a G.C.M.G. ? ?A Puzzled Premier. — In. tho signifi cant contonce of tho Muaic Hall...

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Bendoc Court of Petty Sessions SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. (Before Messrs. W. Grenville and H. Nichol Js.p.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

SBcikIIqc CJ©MFt '©fiPetty 8®ssI©ms (Fnoir onn cohnESPO-*DENT.) -??' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. (Before Messrs. 'VV. Grenvillo and II. Xinliol. .Tfl.P.^ Rodert Johnson v. The Bid well Gold mining Company, no liability, Joseph Boland, manager. Ueo and hire of beasts. Verdict for amount, £5 10s with 10b costs. Emma Lamb y. David Gilmoro. Claim £8 18s 8d. Verdict for £8 17s 8d with 9a costs. ! . Elizabeth Lock v. J. J, Mahomed, Ver dict for amount, £4 4s 9d, with £1 9s costs. . CathRrine Dickinson v. William Hobbfl. Attachment of debt. Order for examina tion withdrawn. Peter Foley v. D. J. Mahony, Clerk of Petty SossionB; Bendbc. Attachment of debt, £2 12s 6d, Judgment otayed for 14 days. . ; Catherino Dickinson v William Hobba. F. P. Smith, garuiahee. ' Attachment of debt, £10 17a 2|d, costs 2s 6d. Judg ment stayed to Novera'-ar'SOth. M. J. Goodman v. Daniel Gilmoro. F. P. Smith, g^rnisheo. Attachment of o'ebfc, £i 19s 4Jd, cosfca 7a Cd. Judgment otajed to November 20th. :

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE "ARGUS." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

TO THK 3CD1TOR OP THE 'ABOCS.' Sir,— I jead with much interest your able leader of hut week, dealing with the unemployed question, and t» every pe^on who lias a heart to feel for tho Bufferings and tiial-, of his fellow-nma, ' tho Holutiou oi this liroblem is of the* * hrsfc importance. Our pi. -nut ocinl system, evolved as it in fiom a rude aj-- . a d finm flm ini^. itinn of a ru'Io peoplo, whoiio training ' was on no higher level than tho a bo- } ijm-rt of Ausliali.i ia T.ibman's time, l \ when might was right, ' when he could take who hail the power, and he could keep who -^an.' ia, according to raanv, fabt haataning to decay. Wo see through ' ' the march of the conturii s that men in \ ' all agea oi the worldV liibtory, fiom the ' great lawgiver Mcaestothe gieat sand shifter Reid, have face this question, only to iind it beyond their stiongth. The cry 'panom et Ciienconsih,' wa-5 \ heaid fro.u tho hungry multitudes in ', Rome two thousand j'ears ago, and pre cisely the pamo ciy ...

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Bombala Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

IBoMWa.CmpdS. BScciing'.' (Fhom oun Corrkspondent.) lUK usual fortnightly meeting of the Bombala Municipal Council was hold in the Council Chambers on Monday even ing, 'lhe memboro present were: — The Mayor, Aldermen Hyde, Morgan, Gerratty, Plowright, Murnhy and Hart. The minutes of tho previous meeting wero read and confirmed. The' following accounts were passed for paymout ; — Tracey, wages, £13 10a. Hayes „ £9. Works Committee Rnponr. Alderman Plowright reported that tau dera would be culled next week to ex pend tho residue of Government grunt for Maybc-at., aleo that meu had been engaged forming Burton-ut, and also in filling in gutters at river ond of Caveat fit, ainco Ir.at moating. Sanitation Comjiittee's llEronT. Alderman Hart reported that hu had received ueveral complainta of tho dila tory way in which, tho nightman per formed bin dufiioa, und in conaoquenco had warned the nightman that on recuipt of farther complainta ho v/ould recom mend his dismissal. . The meeting thon...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "ARGUS.") [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

(TO THE EDITOR OF THE '- AROUa,') Sir,— Spoaking ia tho interest 6£ racing man, I think it is about timo the Dele gate Jockoy Club wore to tho fora v?ith their programme. I havo hoard several onquh-ioo an to whethor thevo io likely to be an open hurdlo raco. Dale^ato io tho only place in thio dietrict that inclndon a jumping race in ita progromi'no, ond an a goodly number of percons Lavo jump ing horses, they aro anxiously looking forward to it. I trust to god tho Ilurdloo and Handicap road well, as I fool ouro they will then bring forward kcan com petition. Trusting you will incerfc thio . letter — I remain, yours faithfully, ,,'£.\ SPORTSMAN. .'.V-^ Bombalc, 4/11/95 .-.) (A programmo is boinjy dvawn up, which, \/o underotand, includes a hurdle race, end will appear ia our nost iosuo. —Ed, Anars.)

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News and Motes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

News and Motes. ' ? Turlioy complains of England's in-Sultan languafie. ' Jack tho Ripper' is o:iid to bo defi nitely identified in an English lunatic aoylum. Sir James Pattorson, K.C.M.G., e;; Promlor of Victoria, died in Melbourne on 'Wednesday, at the ago of 62 yourn. A Taamanian lady now porforrao mnr riugo cerdmonioo. Tho new vroman oven threatens the domain of tho parson. Tho London Times war ccaro in tho topic of fche day ell over tho world. Tho British Lion nud tho Ruusian Bear ere growling. In 1890 tho,\WoHt Australian rail way o showed a loss of £6500. During f ho patit twelvo months they ohov/cd a profit of £113,954. Solicitor Rofo practically cticapes. Though sentenced to five yoaru, ho waa oefc at liberty on finding two ourotioa of £1000 each, under tho Firot Oiieud'or'o Act. The treaty between Russia and Chiua has driven the London preas frantic. Tho blast of battle will be heard directly. Gran/!; Britain is likely to get very much fightiag — -in fact, too much — with ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BENDOC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

' u , DISTRICT .NEWS. (iteOM OUIt COBttESPONDEStS.) 11- BENUOC; 1 r ' *.' ? Mining for some time past has been quirt in this neighborhood. Latterly, however, most of the abandoned claims luvvo been taken up, and no doubt during the Hum mer months nomo interobting develop ments may bo dihcovued. Whatma\ be termed tho senior miuo in the district in owned b\ Me34ia Wihon and Campbrll, 1 and knovtn h-i the Mojniiur Star, within sk mile of Bendoe. They hu\e their o\,n battery plo.nt which is driven by water p wer, and with then frugal offoits nnd good management, favorable results I 'should follow a* a natural consequence. Reefing about Hendoc hinges materially upon tho ret-ult3 of this property, it being alle.idy tested dei pea than any other lino o£ ioef on tbo field. With tho pormis *i * eion of tho o\\ nt?» you may expect a full repoit o£ this property in duo course. ' ' On the old 'Welcome Stranger leruio now exist threo claims. '1 he north claim held ' hy Vnlo and C'oultei in known...

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THE VICTORIAN DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

? ' TM3. TOTQEflArJ DERBY. The Victorian Derby, which was run ' s off on Saturday, was one of those rare t events in which tho favorite landed tho t prize. Wallace, who occupied tho firat - position iu public favor, was in tho pink ' of condition and a ciedit to his trainer. Auraria had numoroua admirers, and her ' condition tempted mpny to bock hor. Oscillator and Waterfall wore v/ell en» ' ' ,' quirod after.' Tho otarfc waa porfect, but tho pace from the jump was slow. Lead - i On did Mb boat to accommodate vtho ,\ favorite, but atUl tho flold loafed aoout , ' , ten lengths behind until approaohing the ^ ' turn for homo, \/hon Wallace did not i appear to havo the most rocy chance. » Gdugh ueod the whip coming into the v ' straight, and aa Auraiia retired inoide tho l distance, thqfavoiito and Oscillator wer6 left to fight it out, Wallaco just finishing i by n head. Opinions as to tho v/in dif forod conoidcrably, romo £,ood judgeo caving it xsci oacily won, dnd gave ts, good line x...

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