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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, l914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

thk (Eovuijami ■ QTouuiqr. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1Q l 14. I'lt t1 ici iMii'a tluit iarl :? u l'Yr tho wrongs Umi n<td r uUt t\>r the (inure in * 11■: u i, Au<l the «;ui>'l L-h a v; • o • i -l The Railway.—Several ; of navvies are lit wirlc 0:1 the T'alhi'.i gatla Giid&cwa Jit;e between IV! langatta anil luillioh, iui.1 more niin are expected duriuy the m>?.t week or two. Dairy Supervision". — Dr. P.jbertson, Chief Veterinary Officer, delivered a iocturo iu Tallaa^'acta on Monday evening on the advisability uf handing over dairy supervision to the Uovern The lecturer pointed out that the Government ofiiuiaU would bo super vs.. and instructors as wall as ill -pt cm (lAi)i:r I'kgim;ution.—The school i-j.eh. i'.-i oi tih- S.ate have liven in :;t: ut'ttd tu forwaid hi ,.k«s nearest area officer lists of names of lad.*) whose 1-lih birthdays occur during the year 11)11, as weli as names of all between 1-i and 20 years who have not regis tered. Foriuti (...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [By Wire.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Muthieson and Davis, of St., James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire as us follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

THE MARKETS. MKLISOU LI NIC MA H lyt-ITS. [By Wike.] WuiluoMdrt.v. 0 p .'ii. I Messrs Mutbiosou and Dtivin, of St.. j Jaim'u' ijiiilding3, Williatns-BtroK, UoI liuurim, wire us ns follows:— Fnt Cattl>>.—2950 yarded, comprising 550 fiom X.S.W., 1000 from North Hust, !!50 from Gippsland, 530 from South Gippslaini, 150 fivm North, t;i:J 400 from Went. The market opened firmer, and hardened tn fully 10/ per heml in ,ul vaneo of lute rules. Prime pens u[ bul locks, i'10/15/ to X'12/10/ ; extra, to i'iy/0/; oilil beasts, to X'l'i/12/0 ; (,'ood, A'9/5/ to i'10/10/ ; yood light and handy, •i'7/15/ to i'9 ; second and inferior, /rum .£(5. 1'iiiii" pens of cows, A'7/5/ to J.S i extra, to i'9 ; odd beasts, to X' 10/2/6 ; good, X'C to : others, from £•!. Fat Calves. — 700 penned. Tlio demand whb exceptionally koan at highly satisfactory prit'on. Fat Sheep. — 20,500 yarded. The market was irregular and unsteady throughout, p.nd in many instances prices were a. 6hfvtlo ofisior. Fat Lruyba. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

<:!!!ir£€tt iV4>'S'J41SS. NR Services will bft huid on Sunday next us follow : — Pl'.ESDYTKKIAN UllU!t:.'ll. Wabbn, 11 a.m. (Mulhoiiist Clinrch) ; Corrvoiii;, i5 p.m. ; Tliouylii, 7.30 p.m.— Iiev. J. G. Cunltcr. OnUItCli OK ENGLAND, Wuhvn, 11 ii.m.; Tintnldrn, 8 p.m.; Con-yony, 7.510 p.m.—ttov F. H. Pouke, Th.L. MkTHOCIST (;II1M<<: i. Naiif l Crei'k, 11 a.m. ; Col ic C.V to, 8 p.m. ; Cii'lge.vd, 7.,'iO p.m. —Mr W. 11. Cc.'lolll.

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

iUIIM'lltl IN iMUIK. \Yalwn market next '1 lmrsday. Dunce at, Uerringama to-morrow night. Wodungu luir.se sale on 24th, 25th ami 2Gth in.-l. Mr Michael Fuhey, nr. old resilient of Allan's* KUu, died' last week, aged S3 years. An attempt is to he made to urn." the Allaniie in a 'iVAler-pluue constructed uy lilcii Curtis. Mr U. Yniidenberg, dentist, will visit ('orryong to flay, anil may he consulted ill Hill's Coffee I'alace. The Commonwealth iailway engineer-in chief, Mr 11. l)cane, 1ms resigned, Un reason given being ill-health. Mr A. L. Wright, .1-1'., has been ap pointed deputy-coroner at 'Hodonga, in the place of the late K. 11. Smyth. At Maiden there is such a serious water famine that many people have had to bur vow v.* a tor tu wa*h. lhe muiea are cUniug down. The federal Parliament will reassemble oil Wednesday, April 15th—thai is on the litst "business" day after the hastur va cation. A man named Smith, who followed the occupation of a rahhiter, was burned to death in a lir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

I'ulilic Notice. HAS decided to still further offer the same, inducements for Cash or Booking/as offered last moiith. The following are the Cash and Booking Prices for the undermentioned goods Gash. Booked, Best Flour (bag) 13/ , 19/ rollard, bus. . ..... ■ • 1/8 1/9 Bran, bus. .... 1/8 1/9 Sugar (bag). .... - 16/11 18/ Kerosene, case 12/6 13/6 B. Salt ' '.... 8/ 8/6 L. Salt, best . ; .... 10/6 11/6 No. 8 Wire, American ,... 13/ 14/ Barb .... ..... .... 19/ 20/ ' Also a great clearing out of Oddments in. the Drapery and Boot Departments. , . ® ® ® ® ® All odd Hues are being turned out, and will be cleared at special prices that will ensure a quick sale,. ... ® ® ® ® ®. • tlie^ Ocljdrvxoiiij table. orx-,. wKiala -are oddments in Boots and Shoes, Skirts, Blouses, Children's Dresses, One-piece Robes, Corsets, Ribbons and Gloves. ® ® @ ®. REMNANTS. The Remnant table is laden with bar gains in Dress Muslins, Prints, Fancy : Muslins, Sateens, Art Muslins, Galateas, Shirtings, Table Linens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

Pu!>Jic Xoiiccs. : "Oorryong Hotel," COEKYv)NG. ' K. E. KNIGHT .^^EREBV notu'fss tnai Le'lia-.; :nken ovor t!io fthuvt' woU ftnown Iiot-ol, tin i hfjpoa by strict attention to the retirements of patron* ami '.iccping ontv the best ■, brands of liquors to merit n continuance uf the support acoar.loil h'w predecessor. ■ First-class Billiard Table, marker in attendance Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDO'CKS & STABLING. Stopping place.for GRAWFOBD & CO.'S COACHES, wvhicb leave this hotel daily ('Sundays excepted} • for Tallangatta. The {Jorpvoflff Coffee Palace. MISS e: e. hill, ''proprietress. nrJHR A DOVE well known hnuso ol accommodation lias boan renovated through 8 out, nnd patron" may rely upon tluiir requirements receiving every . attention. Reasonable tariff. .• Two tables. Piano. . Bath.'..- Good Stabling. .• > Wbjx Equipphd Billiard Rjom. Efficient M-Anxnit. HAIRDRESSER'S -aALOON on tho premises. PURE, WELL...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

'S'o.wokg sEKsaci-; t;oi;scsi,. The ordinary monthly moctinjj of the above council vvi-is held nt Talliingiitta 0:1 Monday. The engineer beini: absent, his report tviiH rend luu no: dealt with, Lend, rs were dealt with. A number of appeals imainst valuations was received, and the Beeretary wan in structed tc inform appellants us to pro cedtire. It wus decided tli.it (he engineer report upon tho cost of nullum,' ti vehicle road from Cor vonu' to Tom Groggin. It was decided that tho Tmnbaramba Council bo asked to approach its Govern ment regarding the construction of a bridge over tho Murray Itiver at Light lioiitse Crossing. The Shiro overdraft war, reported to bo i'-170k less triiBt nccount3 -fc'135-i/t>/'2— £'2840/13/10. T;nt.\ldui Doaudinc House.—JIrs Lucas announot'S iu anothor column that she hus good, accommodation, munis at ali hours and froo stabliuy (horse ftiid always on hand) at the lWrding Housa, TinUldru.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH. [Before Messrs A. A. Kelley P.M., and J. humphrey, J.p.] DEFAULT SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

coins >• ,01-' pars'a'y sksnicvs. Saturday, frmtcaky 7th. . [ijpfora Messrs A. A. kelu-v, P.M., unci J. humphrey, .t p ] default summons. W. Brown v. (J. Phillip.—CUim for £1/12/6. Mr D tippc* u1"] for cm pluinnnt. Mo n itiofi ;if ti-ft'ntN- \y w fi-.-d. — An onior w i-j :n i L* for tin> nuJ-uiti' el-iiin-'il, wit J) I THUANCY CASES. W. Mo. .re V. J. E. Whitrliead.—1). f«'fitl:int \vu«5 on two occasions with u^l'I ctiui,' to Hi-d l hi* ^hiKl to ;u.)l Sfr-jeant Moore submitted c»o*!ifiu.l copy of rtitnmiiUKM sh.'cet. Mr Mood a-IiO'l fir ln>ii»*miv f-»r fl-'tWi-latit, h-» wa-j suflWmi* wirh .•hjnnj'Histij mi i Ivtti k -jv th<« liov liDin i to 't^i-it in the hwv«*>ti<i.?. —Tlit- P.M. sni*t tint hs thcro wtKO p-ior convictions 'lofen.irint wooKl be fmud *2'G on v.ich count. CAKHin^s' LIC'KN'SK.S. warriors' litviH'.4-* wor.t ijranti*d to C. J. Or hsli (riiiif«wi!) Jjw S«";itnn. Till' «Jonrt rlh.-n -rijotinifc-i.

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

I'lJJiLlCA Tl:;xs UKCKl VF.n. In "Kveryliiiy's .lonnial" for Felnnary just In hand fnini the publishers, Messrs Fih'hi'tt Bros, Mt'lhourne, tint question of modern danein^ in il, with par li/nlar reference to l-ln: " l'an;.;o" tiii-1 oilier fr>::ik daneea. Opinions ari; expressed by leaders of I In; church ami oilier well-knoun people, anil illustrations of tin; nanees uri' (jivim. Fashion* and oilier mailers of feminine interest an; dealt willi, making up a good readable. number.

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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the tallowing list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

THE SJlK-'J'StEASIJBtV. Mr A. O'l.eary, receiver and pay master, supplies us with the tallowing list for public information :— Account; iwiing Payment — W. ] ,ir!! i-'j. i. :.! •. .re. Or. G>-!!«a-tatn. V. A. J'iftv.o, 2'. H. PAttcr.-ir>n, j K. H,ury, L, Vaiidenberg, J. C. A.! Schncidcr.

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TOWONG WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

towong wicroirrs. Mr J. P. lil'iii' lias ui lot tori the) follow ing wt-.i^hu Tor tho lhi-co principit han dicap* lo bo rim at Totvou;; Amuiu! R.-ieos ou 2(Uh umi 27;li iiist. :— Towonc. Handicap II. J. Patau's Simply PiUoii'b A. 13. SViiiti'lsi'ii.i's Di'iiimnl G. Bnulltiv's Wimiuiba J. Pierce's Pat-rakc'llva W. I). Jiliiir'.M Kiil-.n.el II. J. Punm's N iriMWii 1'. S. Miu-lii.il's Milliv.Mli r. p iio-r- .r.n.i.-i .1. I-i.MC.-V Y- -.*• ii * U Ljoa' i-1 >'■* G i - >'i . quattkhs' . Cl'.SK. H .1. -Mill;. V ... 9 13 T PiK.m's N.W-...1, n ... 8 10 A. 1). WliiioiitMilV Demand... 8 8 11. .Jom.'s' Donnibrititli; ... 8 5 G. Bnitlliiv's Wflumba ... 7 12 J. IWo'h ParrnMlya ... 7 ia \V. U. Blair's P.ifl-rcst ... 7 9 II. J. P,-uon's Narriwa ... 7 i P. S. Mitchell's Milliwali ... 7 2 'J'. PiiIdii's .Inniln ... 7 0 J. PiorceV Y. llow Boo ... 0 9 I-luiiuLi: Pack. A. 7,. Whitehead's Miss Favor 10 2 ,T. Pierce's liui-U'.voiii; ... 10 0 J. Whitehead's Win Oil ... 9 3 K. Lowden's. Gniiu-'irlun ....

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DEATH OF A RACEHORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

DEATH OK A HACEHORSE.. \t\lrJ. Pierce had tlu* misfortum* -o i"sc the raeehorso Huckwon^ iLlme.l.'ok— Neiuisi*) on Tuesday ewuiti^. Tn«; hor.-i* wiw found <le;ul in !iU box. Huekwon^ won the hurdle race al Tumiiarutnba hist, month. Ho run seuond in the I»reedi»r.V Plate at Corryong last wet'k. Hu wan entered for the Hurdle K.ieeatTowong.

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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

FEBKUAltY. 10th 0'02in.

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THE RAINFALL. The following local readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

THH JUBWAC.!,. The following local readings for tin current year are supplied hy Mr Piaylo :— January .. .. •• ludm.

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THE RACING. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

THE RACING. FIRST DAY. Tho programme oponed with, tha Trial Slakes, which was won in style by the fuvoritn, Mr R. Junos' Donnibristla, from a field of four. Eight faoed tho . starter in tho Pony Race. and the winner turned up in Mr 0. W. Wheeler's Gawlse. The Colli of five in tha Corryong Cup in cluded only one outsider, and a fina race resulted. Mr G. Bradley's Weluraba wao xaoBt fancied t by backets, but he on'y reached second place, Mr H. J. Paton's Simply—the top weight—carrying off tho lionore. There were six starters iu the Welter Handicap, and Pan In and Nirrawa were mario fuvoritos. Mr G. Adams' Invermond, howovor, beat thorn both it) a closo finish. A fiald uf ten went to the pout in the Hack Race, aud the Grog Gr<v mare Yailow* Boo was moat fancied, but Mr J. W. Kvun_->' Bungay was the first to catch tho jndya'B oyo. - -Mr T. Paton's J.intia w:i3iu.vl') " hoc ' favorite for tho Breeders' Plato in. a field of four, and duly arrived. Following are the details :...

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CORRYONG RACING CLUB. PRESIDENT.—MR A. T. BARTLETT. Vice-presidents.—Messrs F. J. Seammell, jun., and C. Waters. Committee.—Messrs J. Anderson, Arend W. Blair, J. Campbell, A. J. Entwisle. W. Hamilton, U. Harris, J. Heyenga, H. W. Hood, F. Jager, R. Jones, R. Knight, T.Lukins, A. and L. Masters, W. T. M'Vean, W. Phillips, H. Smith, R. J. Robertson, T. E. Seammell, A. D. Waters and B. Wheeler. Stewards.—Messrs Bartlett, Hamilton, Hood, Scammell, Wheeler and Waters. Starter.—Mr W. E. Phillips. Judge—Mr A. D. Waters. Weighing Clerk.—Mr T. X. Bunnetts, Clerk of Course.—Mr H. Smith. Handicapper.—Mr James Price. Secretary.—Mr J. S. Whoeler. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

COliSEYOIMG RACING CLUB. PRESIDENT.—MR A. T. HARTLETT. Vice-presidents.-Mcssw F. J. Scitramell, jun., anil C. Waters. Committee.—Messrs J. Anderson, Ai r.nd W. Blair, J. Campbell, A. J. Entwislc. W. fcUmiltou, U. Harris, J. Heyenga, II. W. Hood, 1\ Jtiifer, R. Jones, R, Knight, T.Lukins, A. und L. Master*, W. T. Al'Vtiiin, \V. Phillips, II. 9ruitb, II. J. Robertsoo, T. 12. dc:iuimeUt A. D. Waters ami B. Wheeler. Steward*.—Me&r* BarJlett, H imiltou, UooJ, Scam mill. Wheeler und Waters. Starter.-Mr W. E. PhIWp«. Jmlite —Mr A. D. tt'atcrn. Weighing Clerk.—Mr T. X. Buonetts, Clerk of Couho.—Mr H. Smith. Huudicapper.—ilr James Price. Secretary.—Mr J. S. \Y hosier. ANNUAL RACES, The Corryong Racing Club's annual meeting held on 4th and Cth iust. was one of the most successful that have been held on the Corryong course. The weather w&9-unpleasantly warm, but the attend ance was large, the taking from the gates and sales of cards for the two days amounting to .£101, as ai;ai...

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

'fan iACOJSE TAX. THE CUHRE.N'T KATES. Personal Krom. Exertion. Property,. Every £1 up to£500 '.;A ... C<i An exemption of £200 i? allowed. " Mo iier-on whose income from pcrson.il> exertion and property did not cxrccd £'200 shall lie liable to tax. The rates lor companies are Sil for life assurance companies ami 7d for others. One step won't take you very far— You've got to keep on walking ; One won! won't-tell folks what tou are— You've £ot to keep on talking ; One inch won't make you very tall— You've got to keep on growing; One little " ad." won't do it al!~ You've cot to keep 'em gcins. Printed Mid published by Albert T, Bautlktt, Sole Proprietor, at tba office, Hnnarm-sfront, Oaitysag, ia the titnta ot Victoria. £50'J°to £1,1)01) £1,000 to £1.500 Over £1,500 4d 5d tid Sd lOd 12d

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

SPOHTIXO XO'IES. Talgarno Knees on Saturday. Quail season opens on March 1st. ■ Meeting of the committee of the Cor ryong Racing Club at Llic Coffee l'alace, Corryong, to-morrow evening, at eight p.m. Rathlea, which, according to reports, is supposed to have a tfre.it, chance ill the Newmarket Hanilieap, will be riililen by W. Smart. Winning sires at the Corryong races last week were :—Sim, liundook, Traijuair, Invermay, Dancly, Winning; Ways, anil Musketoun, A total of 97 applications has been re ceived for the ofiice of V.U.U. fctijictnluiry steward, rendered vaeaut l)y .Mr S. Griffith's resignation. Hawker, the young Australian aviator, made three successful flights at Caullicld on Saturday. In one iliglit lie look up a passenger, Miss Kuhy Dixon. An approximate statement .if accounts in connection with the lecent Corryong Knees discloses a proiit oi £35 on Lite meeting, when all the members' lees outstanding are collected. Cricket must be pretty\ slow a!)out Beechtvort-h this se...

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THE RAILFALL. 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 — 12 February 1914

T2SK Si A I.AM" THE YEARS' RECORDS. * j Ffllowir.^ are tho records of the nin-. ! f.i',1 fcr 1003. 1'JOo, 1907, 1003, 1903 | 1910. 1011, 1912 iimi 1013 cn.fio or, or. io-rc ZLt!Z en-OH m-Lz KS-'jr, 0Fr«i: 11 t-K-r, "T- I IH-'J O'Jo Zl. 0 i'M 00-5 ZV-1 C'i-0 (io {• 00 1 n: i: I'J O Oi Oi-:: 'JL-V n:o is:-;: 1<J1 01 -1 11-o liM-1 An-1 iih-s: OM' •MO ()!)•?. i:'j f! i'.'J I it?. 'Ml iiu-i: Y'(r I fii os'-r. UO-G I'.i-o 80-0 81'-Z ;vj- i -j 1 -r, HO-o iVJ-1 ':i"V i Kf'-'J HI'!! J't-H ('O-o ii-t t:i-o «_■)-s: (k:-'J A'i"r 'JU-0 <)[•« 00-7, 01!-'6 u-y c.ti'i: oil-1 'J'J-V 7-i-y oun|* Hi-J l.'S'O ro-r, CO-?. n :■?, s::: r, 00*0 r-i-'o A'ufli I'J O ZZ-1 00 0 HO-U cim: V.L-l HI-o LH-l Oil-1 1!"'V I'M KOI s:M' 'J'J'o is-s: I'fK! I'M Ki:-o iOO 'JIM IS'J-I io V 'JO-1 ?i-i fO-t oo-r, KiO Hf-l 'M'Vl 00 z, 11 0 LV>7, 00 t. Hll 1 ■'£ 01M 'UN 1 t:-o •UU|' 1U01 £101 1101 0101 0001 800.1 iOOl 9001 S'OIII

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

SECOND DAY. tJiit v3 r,lcln8 opened whri ths , "onilioap, rfrhioh brought oat a field of seven. A oloaa finish Iwnvdaii -ilr H J. i aton a Narrawa. ami Mr B S.. White head a I an III resulted in favor of tb» former by a neck. Mrs J. PiurC3's y„|. low Boo won tho Bracelet from a gshl of /x'.i. ™ ■tW0 'i1"'606 we.r. t" thfT post j t , ),llUl' Handicap—Donnibristle and Jtuirta—and the former won ouaily. I lie Novelty Pony liaae brought out a dozen starters. and with th« aid of a hum of "SB'alants Mr Phillips cot thorn away splondidl.y. Mr W. Cotta.n's Lady lietty was first home, with Maggie Dunn in close attendance. A. field of six weiit out for the Thougla Handicap, and Mr H J. t tttonis Simply again carried her too weight (9.11) into firit plaoo. The clever little mare rocoivod a great oviitiotf on returning to scale. The Farewell Han dicap resulted jn a dead heat between. WeluiAba and Iuveriaund, bat MV Brad ley s liorso won the run off by a oouplo of lengths.: Details:— THIAL HANDI...

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