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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

'S'llE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. Personal From lixeitiun. Property. Every £1 up to£500 3d ... till iotm'to £1,1)00 -lil — 8.1 £1,000 to £1,500 5d ... Jllil Over £1,500 Cd 1-M An exemption of £'200 is allowed. Xo person whose income from personal, exertion :in«l property did not exceed £'200 shall he liable to tax. The rates for companies are 8d for life, assuraaee companies and 7d for others. Oh, merchant in this hour of nee, If on this pnper .von should cce, Take otir mlvice, ami now ho yyy, Go straightway out unti advortiii,' You'll find the project of some nnu ; Neglect can offer 110 exqi;.-). Bp wise nt or.ee prolong vour daaa, A silent bnsines soon dkkk. Printed and published by A. T. Kartlett, Sole Proprietor, nt the office, Hanson Street, Corryou^, i:i the State of Victoria.

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RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION. HUGE EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

ICA11, WA V CO\S I'KUCTIOiV. HUGE EXPENDITURE. Ill order to assist tlie development of the country and at the same time provide, employment for large numbers of men, ttie Minister for Railways (Mr Mackinnon), "jcently announced that tho vigorous, policy of railway construction adopted aimo time ngo would be maintained and. probably exceeded during tho enrrent financial your. For tho year eridod June !50th tho total mileage of railway opened wu5 191.05, and it is hoped to provide about 200 additional miles of railway during this year. A return made avail able by Mr Mackinnon on Monday shows, that tho length of lines now under con struction is 2&9{ miles, representing a cost of i!l,433.474. Lines authorised but not yet begun account for a length of 75} miles and an expenditure of £397,82(5. Uorder railway connections authorised (or construction represent a length of 37 miles and a co-t of i.'l">l,S0O. One lino, awaiting the authorising act accounts for '1.21) mile-* and a c...

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ALBURY MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

ALBURY MARKET. DALQETY AND CO. Report holding their usual fortnightly market oil Tuesday, October 27th, when thoy yarded 8S00 fut sheep and lambs and S3 cattle. The attendance of buyers was not as good as usual. They quote : '—Lightweight bullocks, to X'0/15/ ; prime steers, to £7/10/ ; cows, to £9/10/ ; • steors and heiferj, to i.'5/10/. Crossbred wethers, to 15/ ; crossbred owes, to 12/6 ; merino wethers, to 12/3 ; merino owes, to 10/6 ; lambs, to 14/6.,

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THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the rcc-nr<^ of the r»iiii fvli I'cr l'JU.3. 190(5, 3iin7, i90t>, 1309 1910. 1911, lgiiiiini 1313 CO 80 05-uZ 10 Tft Zi V6 85 0!S HO-io SS-'.'o Or.-Rfi 0i-08 J'8-S Ifi-f (it s r-i-o ii 0 ii-! on-r. 1 •oo([ fi'0 05-f CO-1 IIMi if-o OM oi-t: <JLl u:o 'A"M 18 % 1'Jl 0 J * T U'-O •jzr, OH-1 ir-t Sifi-i! CM' •1^0 G9-S KB-f! f:f •1 11?, 99-1 Of-!: W--I li-I 9h'-o •I'l-'S 90 5 T9-S fcO-O HI'-S 91' f Z'j 1' fi-r, Wo r-f •! '^ny SB-1 KI--C fU'-il If 1: 90 <*, lit fr-i: 0i:-f •M»r '.T, 0 011: 00 r. O'.I'S U-f RO-R r-o-1 ■ ff-1 OUl>[ Ci-I' ISO r.o-f, 1H-S ?. 90-0 f:;-i: •(,L-Z ,\uK 7 t 0 IX,X co-o 80-0 olM! s:i-1 1)1-c iK-l 09-1 |i.ulv I'M' fiO-l CIV ff- 0 1 s'-0 10 I h::-9 ifi-0 59-1 (•/.'• I A0-1' no-1 Si-1 r.o-1' 90-o Bi-0 Bl<-1 ■'R-I 00-J5 HO i()5 90 7i M-l 01 •z Os:-1 'I'M I!!-B •u>T RIOt oIOI not 01GX C0G1 8001 /mi 9001 foot

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STATE TO AID SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

stvj'i: -a'<> ai;> sirs-stkits. Credit notes aro to bo issued by the. sub-committee of the State Cabinet ac otK'Q to enable drought.stricken settlors in tho Malice to ob:ain provisions and materials for making a fresh start with th<*ir farms. A meeting of the Cabinet subcommittoo we.s hold recvntlv, and reports wore received from d .?p mmontal otlieers who were sent np to in^vct tho position of settler*. Juii^'in^ by the«o report•» the subcommittee e-itimat'd that tho XI00,000 set ;>.pan by V^rltun**nt in tho I'ublie Works Jjoan Apparition J»i 11 for tho assistance of settlers would not be. nearly enough. One member of the sub committee said that at first si^hr it looked, us if i.-;!00,0U0 or ±'100,000 would bo re quired for the Mallee alone, for s-.-cd, fo-.l der and improvements. Advances are to bo uvado to settlers for tho purpose-? of cleaving and improving Un:r land and coiworvini? water, it was also decided to roll down ami clear ab.ml -00 acre-^...

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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathieson and Davis, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS!. [By Wnti:.] ' Wednesday, 6 p.m. . Messrs Mnthioson find "Davis, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Mol bourno, wire ns as follows:— Fat Cattle.—2,071 yarned. Prices in most cases ruled 10/ to 15/ higher. Prime pons ot bullocks, £14/15/ to , £15/5/; extra,, to £10/10/; odd boasts, to £17; good, £13. to £14/5/ ; good, light nnd handy, £10/15/ to £12/10/ ; second and inferior, from £6. Priino pons of cows, £10 to £11/15/; odd beasts, £11/7/6; good, £8/7/6 to £9/12/6; othors, from £4. Fat Calvos.—400 ponnod. Prima sorts were in demand.

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SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

SEPTEMBER. 1st imh 11th l-.nh 18th l'.Uh ^;OtH •J5th •JOlh Total [Total !or je .. O-.'Oin. .. OOTiu. .. 011 In. .. OO.jin. .. 0 07in. .. OO-'in. .. O'itiiii. .. O'Ooin. .. OOliu. 0 8Gin. to date . . lS'li'iin.]

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THE WAR. SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. FIERCEST BATTLE IN THE WAR. ALLIES HOLD THEIR GROUND. RE-OCCUPY RIVER PASSAGES OF YSER. LEFT BAND ABANDONED BY GERMANS. INDIAN MOHAMEDANS REMAIN LOYAL. MANIFESTO BY NIZAM OF HYDERABAD. POSITION WITH TURKEY CRITICAL. MORE CAPTURES BY GERMAN CRUISER. TURKEY APOLOGISES FOR BLACK SEA RAIDS. [PER REUTER.] PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE, MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening, . ' FIERCEST BATTLE IN THE WAR. ALLIES MOLD THEIR.GROUND. re.tQccupy rive;r passages of yser. left rank abandoned by germans, INDIAN MOHAMEDANS REMAIN LOYAL. 1 MANIFESTO BY NIZAM OF HYDERABAD, POSITION WITH TURKEY CRITICAL. MORE CAPTURES BY GERMAN CRUISER. TURKEY APOLOGISES FOR BLACK SEA RAIDS. ' [PER REUTE R.] •PARIS, Tueoday, 1 A communique.statos Jtliafc tbe. enemy hag appii'tently completely aban doned tlie left bank of the Yser river below Uixrandu, and that the Allies.have re-occupied the river passages and advanced to the south of Dixinude. and in the direction of Ghelawelt, i In the centre we have progressed to tbo east of Fort-de-Laigle and to the north west of Pont-a-Mousson, but have retired to the east of Yailly. -r BOMBAY, (Tuesday, The Nizam of Hyderabad, one of the leading Indian native rulers has issued a stirring manifesto in favour of the British cause, claiming for it' both right and justice, and maintaining tha...

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CUP DAY. [BY WIRE.] The second days's racing took place in perfect weather and with a large attendance. Results:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

CUP DAY. i By wihe.1 Tlio aooonil ilivys'a racing took plnco In porfoct woutlier nnd with n largo at tendance. Kusults :— , Encourage Strikes.— Sir John Bnrlny corn 1, l'onpeo 2, Alasco 8. Time, 1.2};. • ■ Hiph-Woight Handicap.—Kwasind X, Dhuldul 2, Grand Charm 8. Time, 1.15}.' ' . . Cup Hnrdlos.—Weonobnh 1, Wiugnrarn 2, Dust Cloud 3. Time, 8.40. Melbouhnr Cup. Kingsburgh, 0.12 (G. Meddick)1 - Sir Alwynton, 8.5 (A. Wood) ... 2 Moonbria, 7.3 (W. Callinan) ... 8 : St. Canvyno, 7.1 (Ii. Bracken).... 4 : Ulva's Islo, 8.3 (W. Black) ... 5 Undo Slim, 9.2 (J. Ettershank).;.. 0 Twaoty eight startod. Won by a neck. The winner startod at 20 to 1. Time, 3.20 (record). Cup Stceplochnso.—Swedish Lad 1, Hornsoy 2, Guncap 8. Time, 4.6J. November Nursery.—Lesbos 1, Star land 2, Pretty Bobby 3. Timo, 1.8J. Ynn Yean Stakes.—Amata J,' Golden Wire 2, First Principlo 8. Time, 1.40.

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EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening, ' LONDON, Monday. It is reported at Lloyd's that the Karlsrnho bus .sunk throe steamers in tho South Atlantic. The American Belief Commission hns , received 7.000 Australian sheep for dis tribution in Belgium, lleuter's Agency .states that-tho Grand Vizier of Turkey has apologised to the I'owera for tho recent evonts in tho Black ■■Sea."- , •; PARIS, Monday. . A communique states that despite the continuance of the violent Gorman offen sive, we have progressed slightly batwoen Dixmnde and tho Lys, except at Mes sines, which v.'as lost. Great Gorman attacks in tho suburbs of Arras, Lilions, and Le Quensy failed. In iho centre wo havo progressed in the direction of Trecy le-Val and-parts of the right bank of tho Aisne, betlyeen Fort-de-Laigle and Sois sons. The enemy resultleasly bombarded the . Allies between the Argonne, tho Meuse, and tho Meuse heights. Wo re captured the heights dominating the pass of St. Marie, and occupied the enemy's po...

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V.R.C. RACES. DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

V.R.C. 1CACI2S. DERBY DAY. Tho V.R.C. Spring Mooting opened on Saturday ^ in showery weather. Tlio nt .loridanco, though not so largo ti3 previous -years,, was considered satisfactory. Re sults ,v . "Maidbn'Plate.—Hush Money 1, Wal laohia 2, Regality 8. Won by three longthB. Betting,—Winner, 10 to 9, Tinje, 1.48, • Mnribrynong Plato.—riled Signal head. 'Betting. — Winner, 2 ' lo 1. Time, 1.2. Hotham Handicap. — Uncle Matt 1, Gladwyn 2, Allmgainito 8. Won by three lengths. Betting.—-Winnor, 25 to 1. Time, 2.87 J. : ' Victoria Derby.—Garlita 1, AristtmiB 2, Giru 8. Won easily by ono and u half .lengths.' Betting.—Winner, 20; to 1. Time, 2.37^. • - ; - ' Melbourno Stakes.—-St. Cdrwynev 1, Aloconner 2, Philio 3. Won by n. neck. Botting.—Winner, 15 to 1. Time, 2.7£. Cnburg Stukes.—Do Gnraa 1, Tadnnga 2, First Principle 8. Won by a head. Betting.—Winner, 2 to 1. Time, 1.42}. • Three Star 2, Nicanor

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

GENERAL NETVS. Very heavy fighting is continuing in Flanders and Northern Franco, but with out decisive result. Fierce attompts by the enemy to regain lost "round along tlio western front have failed. - "The slaughter of the Marno and Aisne," says' a correspondent, "pjiles before tho untold numbers of doad, which litter the fields, dunes, and ' trenches on the Flanders battlefront." • Turkey's position is becoming more clearly defined. Tho Allies' ambassadors in Constantinople have received their passports. In approaching Odessa tho Turkish torpedo hoots were disguisod, being painted to roseiuble Russian vessels. The Viceroy of India, in aoommuoiquo issued to Moslems, explains tho un friendly attitudo of Turkey towards Great Britain. In her successful advance against the Germans in Poland, Bussia has captured umuy guns aud a large number of prisoners.

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

linn/rim in nuue. Hot weather. Ninety eight in shade sit Corryong yes terday. Kainfnll for November,—1st, 0.2in. ; 2ml, (J. 14iu. ; 3rd, 0.40iii. New polling places for electoral district of Benambra.—Antmndale and II ill Top. The state of political parties in W.A.'is : —Labor 24, Liberal 15, Country Party 8. The autumn wheat. acreago in Ontario (Canada) has been increased by a million acres.1 _ ' r: The lata filr Joseph Chamberlain's estate, a cablegram states, has been proved at £120,019. / A fall of £54,851 tool? place in the State revenue for October, as compared with the same month in 1913. ; Charles Sing, a . drover, was lined £5, ! with £1/3/(1' costs, at Kuthergleii, for not travelling sheep si:? miles per day in a direct route, Mr J. Y. Petersen in this issue announces the dates on which lie wiil address the electors in ccnnection with his candidature fur Benamhra. The Mnrrumbidgee in Uiverina is below i summer level, and it is expected that it I will he a chain of water ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

Public Notice. Where to Go, and What you will Bee ! fJHIHE Pl^ce to Go is J, CAMPBELL'S STORE, and you will see all the Newest aj\td most tjp-to-date Drapery Goods ever landed in the district for the Spring and Summer. ^ Owing to Mr Lacey having paid a visit to the city, he has. personally selected the finest of NEW SEASON (rOODS to suit everyone, even the most fastidious. m ® ® @ ®. 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'1 READY TO WEAR HATS, a very fine Selec tion. Also Children's Washing Hats, LADIES' PANAMAS, CUROCOAS, and SUN HATS in the newest shapes. Values—the Best. ® @ ® ® LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. — This Depa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

Ik:3!>lic ft'otjs-os. Mote. 9? CQBRYONG-. R. E. KNIGHT |_| EJtEBY notifies that ho taken over tho above well known hotel, tint! hopes by strict attention tti ilio requirements of patrons and keeping only tho best brands of liquors to ;nerit, a continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, marker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers, GOOD, GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, leave this hotel daily (Sundays exceptod) — for Tallangatta. which MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. HE ABOVE well Itnown house ol accommodation has been ronovatod through out, and patrons may rely upon their requirements receiving every attention. Reasonable tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. Well Equipped Billiard Boom. Efficient Marker. Tintaldba Hotel. 'F, P. Lucas, Licensoe. . First-class Accommodation for Travellers. ' ?'33est brtiufls of AVinea'tmfi Spirits kept. G...

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THE CORRYONG WATER SUPPLY. CORRYOUNG CREEK SCHEME APPROVED OF. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

this «;<>iiicvo\<; u vrnit sui'im.y. COPtUYONG CREEK SCHEME APPROVED OF. A meeting of ratepayers was held in th(; Athen:'_un) Hull, Corryong (con vened by Cr. Cronin) on Thursday evening. Cr. Cronin was unable to attend,. but arranged with Cr. Nan kervis to take th,e chair. There was u. representative attendance of rate pavers. The chairman explained that the object of the meeting waa to consider a scheme to supply Corryong with, water from Corryong Creek. Mr Engineer Sambell was present; and would submit a report upon, tho scheme. Mr A. Bartlett (hon. secretary of the local Progress Association) stated that all were aware of the need for a. supply, and the engineer was prepared to submit a scheme for bringing water from Corryong Creek at rate which could be handled by the towns people. Mr Sambell thou submitted a report upon the scheme. A former schema, to bring water from Thougla Creek had been put beforo the ratepayers^ r.nd approved of, but tho Commissio...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

THE (Lriuti[tqi\ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, Wit. For tho catiso that lacks asswianee, Far tho wrongs tlmt need reaist.tnco, For tho future in the d;sti " O, Anil the yood that wn oiui do. j Upper Murray Flour Mill,—The I annual meeting of the Upper Murray Flour Mill, culled for 31dt ultimo, was adjourned till the 21st inst., as there were not sufficient shareholders present to form a quorum. State Elections.—Mr J. W. Ljckie, ■ the retiring member for Benambra in the Legislative Assembly, was in Corryong on Friday last, when he met some of his friends anil supporters. He will address a public meeting in Corryong on 21st inst. Fire.—While the high wind was blowing on Saturday afternoon last a fire broke out in Mr D. Oronin's pad dock on the Oolao Colac road, but by the efforts of many willing hands, uuil aided by Mr .lager's water cart, it was subdued 'without doing much damage. A Warning.—Some persons, pre sumably boys, having lately been making a practice of breaking the windows of the C...

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STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

STATISTSCA1- SimMAKV. The following approximate particulars of the area, population and production of the six European Powers and Australia will be found interesting for purposes of comparison. The areas are given in thousands of square miles. In the other columns tlio numbers aro millions, and represent the latest count in stock and tlio annual yields of grain in bushels and of potatoes in tons. 3 3 5-2. Area. .. 121 20S. 207 201 8,000 110 2,900 Pop. .. .J 5 05. 3D 51 107 34 Horses .. 2 •! 3 1 31 1 Cattle. .. 12 20 14 10 53 0 Sheep. .. 30 7 10 11 SI U Wheat... 04 130.304 l'.IO 415 200 Oats. .. 102 435 300 200 710 33 9 Bailey. .. 58 110. 17 140 417 10 Potatoes. 7 34 12 1G 31 1 J

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WOOL SALES. ARRANGEMENTS AMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

wool- sai-ks. ARRANGEMENTS AMENDED. It is learned from tho Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Association that tho wool salo arrangements recently m nlo at an interstate conference in Melbourne have been nmentloil at a further conference lic-M in Sydney last week, and tho pro posal has been endorsed by tho buyers. The main alteration lies in holding smaller sales weekly in both Victoria and New South Wales, and although the sales from November Oth next will bo concurrent in these markets, the maximum quantities to be oliereii will be 25,0(10 bales in Sydney and 21),000 hales in Victoria. The Svilnoy sales have been fixed to talte place during the weeks commencing November 0th, November ]0tli, November 2:>rd, December 1st, and December II111. Brisbano sales nro to be !u»M on Novem ber o()th, with a maximum offering of 80,000 bales. The opening t=aie at Albury in fixtnl Tor Thursday, November 12th. At the St. Arnaud police I'lmrt on Fri day, Ale.\;. M'Donald, a farmer at St. Amaud North,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 November 1914

Mtiitl ft'otiecs. rno STANL> ibis season al "Koaebunk," J- Tmvoni;— THE TilOHO-UGHliKKO STA f,L(0>! SHARPSHOOTER (14). Sin* : CLANKANALD (1). by .St. Lo-er (3), soil uf Doncaster (5), son oi Stackwctl (:*), from vScateh Lassie (imp.), by Scottish Chief (12), irom tto.^etw, by Lovd Lyon (1), son uf riluukweli (H). Dam : WKATIfKHKVK, by Maxim (12), son or Musket {'.>), Iiom G.aUUea (sisUsr to Pygmalion), by Aprcmont (3), from Nau tilus, by Trsulucer (20), irom Wattvwitch (darn of Katatur), by Camden (1?) (half brother £o YatCemlon}, Irom hlerimiul, imp. (dam of Lurline, Le Loup, cti.), by Kiny T*»m (3). fiom Wutarwitch, by The Flying Dutchman (3). Sharpshooter is n blood vrother to JJroad swoid, one of the most brilliant gallopers in Australia, unci whose fee* at the stud is 30 guineas. Winner of the Canterbury J.C. Middle Park Plate, Crcisy Wetter, DuQcdiu Champagne Stakes, Wellington Me.ros3 Welter. Win wetu Ha " — Sundown Welter, c\ Handicap^. Williarostown Handicap, Handi...

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