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CLOSER SETTLEMENT AT KIEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

CI.OSEJi SUTTI.EjlHEiVT at KICWa, By \\, C. Houum'son" rassing tin; Kiowa I'ost Oflico every day during the lirst week in July, ,m,i uiiiny days before and after thin date, one may notice a couple „f largo lorries heavily laden with eaulitlower.s and cab- i bages. Casual inquiry elicits tho info-. ' mation that tho lorries are owned bv Mr W. Simmons, locally known ^ *4Tlio CJaulillnver Iviii^," arid art.1 on their way to tho railway stalion at Iluou, oil the Tallangatta to Wodongu railway, there to discharge and transport iheir valuable anil ysoful freight to i hu Albuiy market. Tho sample of tho viable/tho lar-o con. sj^mnents (.500 dozen have boon consigned m one tlay) together with tlio environ ments, suggested an inquiry, and with thin object in view Mr Simmons' farm was visited and its owner interviewed. The farm is beautifully situated in tho Kiewa Valley, seven miles from the nearest railway station, viz., Iluon, and is part of tho Springvalo Estate of o.&JG neves bou...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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HERD TESTING. REGULATION FOR GOVERNMENT CERTIFICATION. Following are the regulations concerning herd testing for the Government certification of stnadard cows:—ENTRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

HJE5E» TESTJSIG. REGULATION" FOU (iOVEllXMENT CE UTIFJ (JATJ ON. Following are the regulations con cerning herd testing for the Government certification of sUuidaril cows :— ENTRANCE. 1. The owner of any herd of pure-bred dairy cattle may submit his herd for certification. 2. Only those cows registered in a recognised herd book or pure stock legister will be accepted, and. all such cows in tile herd must be tested, with sneh exceptions as are set out in clauses 14, 15. and 16. I 3. An annual fee of/"i per herd and \ 5/ per cow tested shall be paid to the Department of Agriculture 011 demand. 4. Any cow entered (or cerliiicaiion and any calf the progeny of such cow may be branded in such manner as to insure identification, and all standard cows will be marked on the inside of an ear with the Government tattyo nurl; and an identification number. LACTATION' PERIOD. 5. Testing and recording shall occupy a period of nine calendar months, ^73 days, commencing one week from date of calving...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies as with the following list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

TUBE SSJH-'S'ESEiANSUtl'. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and pay master, supplies ns with the tollowiut; list for puulic infurin.'itirm : — Accounts awaiting 1'ayment. — A. A. Brown, W. L[. Brvant, K. Hannn, A. Harris, Ii. E. Hill, W. Pock, L. I'ulor sen, R. D. Coin, \V. Moore. Jos. Tobin, J. C. A. Schneider. Licences for Execution and Delivery. —E. de Faro, C. Land, W. H. l'mdlay. Leases for Delivery.—A. 13. Eahev, G. Lord, J. llortin, E. JeiYeoit, Jr., ]. H. II. Kendall, G. C. Smith. Lease for Execution.—R, II. Croxton. Crown Grants. —K. A. O'Malloran. J. H, Barber, II. U. Hanna, L. Moncrielf, L. A. Rea, E. Smith, J. Shields, II. Treloar and others, J. Swan, C. M'Grath.

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DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

D1.U1Y OF TI!E WAK, TUNE. sSlh.—Archduke Franz Ferdinand assassinated at Sarajevo. JULY. 23rd.—Austria sends u'timatmn to Servia, dem Hiding the prosecution of Servians compromised in the assassin ation of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. 25II1.—Sprvia refuses to comply with the demand. 2o'.h.—Austria declares war on Servia. 29th.—Diplomatic relations between Russia and Austria suspended. British First Fleet leaves Portland. Russia mobilising army. AUGUST. 1st.—German troops invade France. 2nd.—Germany declares war 011 Rus sia. 3rd.—Invasion of Belgium by Ger many. Germany declares war on France. Germans repulsed at Liege. 4th.—Great Britain declares war on Germany. 6th.—Austria Hungary declai'es war on Russia. ~i3th.—Great Britain and Austria at war. 13th.—British Expeditionary Force in France. — 500,000 French troops in Alsace. 16th.—Czar promises Home ■ Rule to Poland. Japan sends ultimatum to Germany regarding Kiaochau. 20th.—Germans occupy Brussels. 22nd.—Namur invested, and Ghent occ...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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UNIFICATION OF AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY GUAGES. The following is by a correspondent in the Melbourne "Argus":— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

! U.\I F1 OA I'lO.V of .IDS'l'ItV j l,U,\ K.UI.IVAV C,ll'lii;s. Piie following i* I»y eorre.-p'jmlent in the .Melbourne ''Ar^uV :— 4,in the "Argua" leader of the 30th ult. I notice the question of costs of railway uau^e unification is adverted to. The ac curacy of the olHcial figures quoted, i.e., that the cost to convert, all lines to 4ft. Sjin. -au-e wuiiM bo £37, Ifi-1,000 a*, against t!.")l,tj5U,000 to convert to f>tt. Sin., is apparently not questioned. Hut it may l>e pointed out that tiie accuracy of tho^e figures has been most seriously questioned. They are departmental. I'nqucstiouahly they are tinned by the policies of the several States which supplied their com ponents. They IlilVU Ijcuii compiled upon no cotiunon basis. Tiiey have not b-veu submitted for analysis to any tribunal in dependent of State departments, of Stat>! jealousies, t>f political expediencies. The possibility oi their accuracy has been re peatedly and trenchantly challenged by the profession...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

Public Notice. J, J. I fL STOCK THE FOLLOWING Row's Embrocation Elliman's Embrocation Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmon Irish Moss Greathead's Mixture Hypol Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid Peptonoids Kay's Essence Ayer's Sarsaparilla Chloride of Lime . Condy's Fluid Condy's Crystals Sheldon's New Discovery Fluid Magnesia Citrate Maguesia Stearne's Headache Wafers • Dr. Kelmo'sEye Lotion Cascara Sagrada Porous Plasters Morton's Sedleitz Powders Maltine Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liniment Eno's Fruit Salts Jayne's Expectorant • i Eucalyptus i White Pine Cough Syrup | Jayne's Liniment i Seigel's Syrup Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Sparklet Bulbs, ■ Bay Rum - Lavender Hair Wash i Beetham's Glycerine and Cu cumber Glycerine Vaseline Bottles Petroleum Jelly Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopherons • Angier's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion " Clement's Tonic Menthol Cones Marking Ink Cascara Pills Williams' Liver Pills Cockle's Pills , Weston's.Magic Pills Doan's Dinner Pills Doan's Bac...

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MILITARY PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

iTJ 3 MT V !£V It wns announced hy the Minister of Defence, Senator I'earoo, in tho St-nato lust week that while ihu couiplmo schema of pensions tor soldiers and siilors of tho Commonwealth who were leaving theso shores for service aboard in c.ue of their bein<; disabled , or for their widows and children, was not yet approved in* Cab inet. Ik* could say the proposals v»v:v for a more liberal ailowanco than su^csteii by tho last Government. The maximum rate would be i.'5*2 a year for a v.ife who iost her husband, and £to each for each child up to ft sum of £f>2 a year. Ti:nt way to say, a widow with four children would receivo i.'10-l a ye ir as iontj as tho children were under 10 years of a.:'\ In the ease of the husband being totally dis abled, tho wife would receive X'52 a year and th« husband £'2(3 a yen- as well. An equivalent amount would be allowed La the children (up to the number of four). In the case ot dependents <_>:i a soldier or sailor, othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

I'ublic Notice. ^COERYONG. £3000 worth of Drapery, Clothing, Man tles and Underclothing now to choose from. The choicest, cleanest, and largest stock in the Upper Murray. Latest fashions in Ladies' and Childrens' Millinery. Do not fail to call and inspect our goods* It will pay you. TAILORING. You save a £1 011 every suit by leaving1 your order with us. A splendid range of patterns to select from. Our suits are made by one of Mel bourne's Leading Tailors, and we guar antee satisfaction with every suit. BOOTS AND SHOES. We have a very big and ever changing assortment. Once a customer, always a customer,, in this department. A full stock always on hand of" GROCERIES (we sell only the best brands). CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE TIMBER DOORS SASHES, .CEMENT LIME "The Very'Latest"—One-fir© Stoves-- " THREE SIZES. WINE'S, ALES AND SPIRITS (wc are connoisseurs in this depart ment). Buyers of Grain and Produce in any quantity. Agents for Yates' Seeds. Millet now 011 hand. For general satis...

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BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

FP.OM OUI1 OWN COKRISSPONDENT. A picnic meeting of the mun took place on Saturday night, the 17th inst., when the following attended :—Messrs Leu. Smediev. Hector Smedley, Thomas. Couiston. H. Waugh, Thomas Nugent, Stanley Nugent, James Nugent, S. Cog hill, Frank Laverty, Ilugh Lnverty and Joe Gtty, aud promised to act as com mitteemen. Mr \V. Nugent was pro posed as a committeeman. Messrs T. Nugent, Jr. and F. Laverty were elected secretaries. The tickets were fixed at 4/. aud the music to he supplied by Mi-s Qtty, piano. The date was fixe 1 fur the 6th November. Permission has. been applied for to hold the raciutr events as formerly done.

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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

VI 'I','. I, ST A TI.VS'E C J». Tlie returns of the births anil deaths p.- otlires in T.nvui^. Shire >iiiv-v thaL l»irtlis and II deaths wore registered during tin; quarter ended ItOlli Si?|)teiu)jor, I'.II-I. 'I'he nrMirns are a* fol low, tin: sexes tein^ distinguished in cadi case : — District. UlKTII.-i. DllATM.-i. M. 1'. T'l. -M. r. T'1. Tallan^'atta ... S t> 11 .. ■> i :i Uethanya ... u 0 0 ..10 1 (Iiaiij-.'t 1) 1 1 ..0 1 1 Mitta Mitta... 1 0 1 .. 2 0 2 Walwa 2 2 •1 ..10 1 Corryons ... 11 !) 2D .. i t Cudgewu •2 1 3 ... 0 0 0 Totals .. 2-t 19 ■t:> .. s :i li Krecss of llirths over Deaths, TheAllmry Hospital building committee wan on Thursday informed by tliu Public Ilealtb De|mrtnient that tlie site and |>lans for the proposed now hospital have been finally approved, and that the I'ublie Works Department has been asked to call for tenders at onco for the erection of the new building, which is estimated to cost over £17,0UD. Of this sum 1-7000 will be raised local...

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THE WAR. SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. A GIGANTIC BATTLE IN POLAND. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES. ALLIES' LEFT WING CONTINUES TO MAKE PROGRESS. ITALY'S SYMPATHETIC INDICATIONS. CANADA'S ENTHUSIASM. GREECE MAKES PREPARATIONS. JAPAN ACTIVE. [PER REUTER.] PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. A GIGANTIC BATTLE IN POLAND. RUSSUff SUCCESSES. ALLIES' LEFT WING- CONTINUES TO MAKE* PROGRESS. ITALY'S SYMPATHETIC INDICATIONS, CANADA'S ENTHUSIASM. GREECE MAKES PREPARATIONS. JAPAN ACTIVE. [PEE REUTE It.] PARIS, Tuesday, On the morning of the llth. insfc. a hundred of the Prussian Death's Head ' ! Hussars in'the.vicinity of Ypres entne in contact with a body of Belgian cavalry. The Belgians charging impetuously broke through the Hussars' ranks and they fled, but were all overtaken and killed. Unaware of the Hussars' fate, the enemy's column, which was about three kilometres behind, advanced suddenly, and the French opened a murderous fire upon them with their "seventy-fives" which were taken up by the in fantry to close range. The Belgians found themselves facing the Prussian Guards, which were subsequently routed. LONDON, Tuesday. • It is reported that a house at Kinghorn (a town near Kircaldy, on the north side of the Forth, S...

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WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

W.V1,WA. This district, though in r. flonrishin<: stato, and possessing abundant crops and grass (says a. writer in tho Age), suffers owing to the farmers' inutility tu get their produce to market. Until such time as u brunch lino of railway is built con necting with the lino now under construe tion from Tallangatta to Cudgewa, this prolific district must remain undeveloped. | With railway communication u low-grudn tin proposition in the vicinity might be made profitable to work, as there is an enormous deposit, which, it is claimed, could not bo worked out during the next 1)0 years, and would give employment for from SOU to 1000 men. The branch line reforred to would develop the pastoral industry as well as cereals, The hills are so rich in fattening qualities for steel; that it is contended the transhipment of "fats" to market, starving stock, and stores from the plains, would almost of itself justify the construction of tho line. The extent of tho lino would bo about 1...

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EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. PETROGRAD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. PETROGRAJD, Monday. A gigantic buttle is taking place in Poland. No definite information is _yet j to hand as to the result, but hundreds ''of Uermani prisoners are reaching Warsaw ns'the result of five days'-fighting between : Ivangored and Yihehoff. The Rnssian commander Yuse Voff, learning that the Germans were preparing to cross the river, baited a trap with guns and anni hilated 2,000 Germans. ' LONDON, Monday. In connection with the sinking of. the destroyers in the North Sea, the German gunnery is described as poor. The Bri rimi dfistroyers were almost unscathed. After hplf an hour's fighting the first of the enemy's craft sank, and at intervals the others went down. They wore still * fighting gamely when they sank, main taining their fire until the end. The fi;;ht lasted 90 minutes. Tbo English newspapers describe the Canadian troops drilling on Salisbury Plain as fine hardy men, the contingent being complete in all details. Many of ...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

TENNIS. A Men's Double* Tournament—Ameri can style, ami .">1 up—wai h«dd on tlie Corryon^ club's courts on Saturday, with tin; following re-1 nils : — Burke* and Nethm-oie (scr), f>I, heat Kntwisle ami Ro<e ("»), 4.~> ; beat H. White head and .Ja<jer {-')), 41 ; boat Raker ami Ro*e (Ml), f)U ; heat (Jreenhill and W. Whitehead {!<>)» 41); beat Uohin«*on and Roberts (lf»), I>S. Ciivenhill and W. Whitehead (10), heat IS. Whitehead and da^er, 4.1 ; bear Robin son and Roberts, li:S ; heat. Kntwisle and MeIIi»cr^, 40. Entwi-de and Melllu'rjj heat Raker and Rose, 45 ; boat Whitehead andda^'cr, 47. Baker and Rose beat Rubinson and Roberts, ; heal Whitehead and .Jager, 40. Burke and NVthercote won, winning tlm possible live matches. On Wednesday, liSth inst., a Ladies' Doubles Tournament will he held.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

Public Notice. Where to Go, and What you will See! FTOTE Place to Go is J. CAMPBELL'S STOBE, and you will see all the Newest and most up-to-date Drapery Goods ever landed in the district for the Spring and Summer, . Owing1 to Mr Lacey having paid a visit to thes city, he has personally selected the finest of NEW SEASON GOODS to suit everyone, even the most fastidious. ® ®® ® ® IN LADIES' COSTUMES there are some very pretty and choice goods in TUSSORE SILK, VOILES, JAP. CREPES, MUSLINS. Etc., All in the Newest and Latest Styles—Prices'very moderate ; also in LADIES' BLOUSES of the same materials. These goods will sell themselves. ® ® ® ® ® DRESS MATERIALS in DELAINES, VOILES, CHECKS, JAP, CREPES and WINCEY, also a fine range of LIGHT and, DARK PRINTS in good washing colors. ® ® ® ® ® LADIES' READY TO WEAR HATS, a very fine Selec tion. Also Children's Washing Hats, LADIES' PANAMAS, CUROCOAS, and SUN HATS in the newes.t. shapes. Values—the Best, ® ® ® ® ®. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. — This...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

I*isie!i«•. Notices. —rr i | 55 rong liocei, CORRYQNG-. • • E, E. KNIGHT |j EREBY notifies that he 1m* taken over the above w*ll known hotel, and hopes • by strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, marker in attendance. livery attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COA.CHES, , which leave this hotel daily (Sundays'"excepted) • . for Tallausatta. ■ ie Gorrw Cofies Palace. \ ^ U \Q MISS E. E. HILL, pSopeistress. ELK ABOVE well known house ot accommodation has boon renovated through out, and patrons may rely upon their requirements receiving every attention Reasonable tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. Well Equipped Billiard Room. Efficient. Marker. :' - Tintaldka Hotel. F. P. Lucas, Licensee. First-class Accommodation for Trave...

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CORRYONG ATHENEUM. SUPPER ROOM TO BE ERECTED [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

COItlCYOiVG A'I'll EJViEUJI.' SUPPER ROOM TO BE ERECTED A meeting of tho committee of the Corryong Athenaeum was held at tho Courier Oflice on Friday evening, whoa tho following member* wore present, viz., Messrs A. Harris (chairman), G. tt:uves IIamilton> A. Eastlake, J. Cuininiiis, II. Taylor, 1<\ Jagor and A. Uartlott (h^n. secretary). Minutes of previous me<juu« were road aud confirmed. ** A letter was mad from the Aero^u Gas Company, Melbourne, slating that shipping had been disorganised by ih& war, but they hoped to havo the hall g.i-j i installation completed shortly.—J,n view of the dramatic performance to bo given next month, the secretary suggested that tho company bo asked to send up aome portable lights for uso in the meantime. : On tho motion of Mr Rawes, seconded by Mr Eastlake, ho was instructed to com municate with tho company with that object. Tho secretary reported that tho chairs (eight dozen) had come to hand from tho Mutual Store...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914. For the cause that lacks assistence, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

TUB Gforimcntg (£uiti|ti}i\ THURSDAY, OCTOBER S3, WU. For the cause that lacks asSNtJUice, For tho wrongs that need resistance, For tho future in the dist.i <« e, And 'he good that wo c.in do. Tiikee months have now elapsed since Austria issued to Scrvia her famous ultimatum de-manding the prosecution of the Servians com promised in the assassination of the Archduke Ferdinand. And in that short space of time has been kindled the greatest conflag ration in history. There are no paradoxes in fiction to equal those of fact, and here we have a nation in the very forefront of civilisation—a nation whose intel lectual and industrial development has been an obiect lesson for economists —throwing down her "auntlet to the World, and resort ing to brute force for the redress of her grievances. What a satire upon civilisation ! And yet there are compensations- To-day Ger many and her solitary ally are lacing a stupendous task. They have ranged against them practic ally the whole of ...

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

THE I.VCO.tlE TAX. THE CUKKEN'T KATES. IYrsmuil I'rom Kxortinn. Property. tatin'to £l,»Dii El,(Kin ti> Cl.-iUil Uvcr CI,HUH Kvrry .CI up to£.)00 3.1 ■1.1 fid Ik! 6.1 S-t KM l-.M An exemption (if £'200 is allowed. Nu person whi.-'e income from per.«on.'t^ exertion :"1.1 property il't.l not exceed i'-200. shall lie lialile to tax. The rates for companies arc Sd for life, assurance companies and 7.1 for others. Oil, merchant in this hour of eco, Tf on this puperynn should coc, Tal;e our a.hice, nn.l now be yyy, Go strnisjhtwii.v out and advertiii. You'll lind tlie project of souie mm ; Neglect can offor no exqi;.-). Ho wise at oncn proloim your daaa, A silent. husiiiM soon dkkk. I'rintcd mid |ml>lisln'il !>y A. T. |;ai:tu:it, Sole Proprietor, at the ollice, Hanson street, Corryons, in the State of Victoria,

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SPORITNG NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914

Sl'UHTJXG XO'IES. £2000, with one-third of winnings in existing engagements, wan tlie price paid by Mr.John Wren for Carlin. The clminpion high jump at the Bendigo Show on Thursday was won by Kroni Bros'. Landmark, who cleared 7ft-. 1 in., lIiiih beating Lbo previous record of 7ft. iMin. The; Caul field Cup, one and a half miles, was won on Saturday by Undo Sam by two and a ball length*, with liathh'a second and St. Carwyne third. Time, 1 2min. IM.^ccs. Imported Creyspear, which won the ; Waverley Handicap at Kandvviek, is being ! v/ell .spoken of for the .Melbourne Cup. The son of the Carbine hor.su Spearmint has H.3 iu the Cup. Mr Iv. S. M'Leod's share of the A.J.O. stake money, per medium of Wonrak, ran into JC3U01, for a win and a second. (Jan nut losy the Y.R.C. Derby, is the opinion of keen racing men. While running in the Caullield Cup on Saturday K. A. Connolly's brilliant mare, Anna Curlovna, injured the ligament of her off foreleg. After the raee her owner stated she was s...

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