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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

ADVICE AND MEDICINE, 2o Gd. 1)11. Ar.KUIOI) AUAKSIK, A loyally qualified Medical I'nictitlonor and 8nr pton, rouintornd in Ui-.nt Iliiluiu, nud by tUo Modiail llonrd of N.S. Wales, Into «f tlio Uoyal Iiiflrnmrj-, Kiliiiliiii^'li, nnd Uiiiyertiily Colloifo Hoipitnl, [lOiidon, kol-,i I'atlonU Oiuly uC tho (Jlty ?roridunt l)i«noiiHarjr, «):i (JIOOKUK-S'l'ltlOKT, ItlUCKI'IKI.n HILL (Sninn Hiiloiia Tmvii Hull, inmrUoiillmrii-ntruBt.) fSlIRHT J' your dau«Jilors lmvo Want of .UUbn I Co,)or- I.|lion'-ol,n. HloodloofliioaH ot TO tho Faco nnd Wiw, Lnui;iior. l'nU „ '„,„ pitntion, Ac, thoy nro nufTorini; KNOW '??-?'« Aiiiomn, cniwid l-y Malimtri _,„„ tion. Loss of Itlo.xl, fcc. Druco'n lillOa UUOUKSS IMLI-S -|iiiokly oliaw?o Uin linlo HioVly color of tho f.ico into tho ruddy Uoom of honlth, nw\ tlio doliciito cirl into this well dnvolnpnd iroiunii. 'J'hoy uro tnaloloiin, miiko pure rich lilooil ; invnlunblo to Lrulios nn n Htr-Mi;jthoniiK lto|(ulntor. 01 all Cuutnlstii, or fron pur post from t...

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Tur[?] TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

[?] Aftor a long innings at Hand wick Backors will meet tbo foe to-day at Canterbury Park, Whoro they will try and conbinuo to hold not only their own, but a littlo book . makers' monoy to boot. Milkmaid was well up all the way in tho Racecourse Plato, and looka like coming' back to Itor form. Tho Enclmnter was backed for tho Race courso Plate, but thodistanco was altogether too short for him. Ho may do bettor this afternoon. Tho South Australian J.C. mooting begins noxt Saturday. Mr. Phil Glmiister 1ms gone to assist. Thoro will bo a heavy Victorian contingent at Adelaide. Vanitaa' poor form of lalodoca not tempt tho handicappera to drop hiti weight at all, and tho bay gelding will haro to bo ? quito liimsolf boforo ho wins anothor race. Chcckmato camn homo with such deter mination in thu Kiieocounio Plate that he ( imiafc bo givon a clinnco again next tiuio I he starts. ; In many of the larger training stables in Amorica niglit-fichoolfi, for tho Blablo lads and othors, aro conduu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

THE AftltOW. '? X'UKJ,ISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 109 YOBK-STItUET, SYDNEY. ' to suitscniuisitsi N.3.W. lo por quarter, i!n por hnlf year, or Is por annum. Oxiikii Coi.ONit:a. lu Cd per quurlor, 'J» pur liulf your, tin por aimum, I'uul frcu. Torino i Cuult lu advaiitsa, ADVKISTISlNti SOAI.K: 5u pur inch pur liuwrLiou. Special quotulUma for mlvortinuuioutt! tnnartod (or 8ATUKDAY, AlMtlt. i5, 1800.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

FLETCITHR'S TILLS novorfnil to euro INDIGESTION. COSTIVENESS, SOUR URIOATII. HEARTUURN, LIVER DISEASE, and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMENTS TONIC aro tho recogniued housohold remu diwi of tho Austrnlian oolonio.1;, nnd nvoi'y dnaigning quack tries to trade on their re putation and ronown. Thin in tho groatuBb proof of thoir morit, and Diifferorn want to bo particular to got tho genuine nrtioloB, an rogrot and ditiappointmont are nuro to follow tho use of tho thoumindn of 'All- failing' romodion no froely advertised. Tho reputation and widespread uro of Clomonto Tonio and Motohor'u Pilln are tho groatonfi proofn of thoir appreciation by the public. If thoy woro nob an repre sented thoy would havo panned out of memory long ore this; but inotead, thoir milo in greater, and thoy aro more ontoomod day by day and woolc by wook, and thin emphatically pro'von thoir un disputed supremacy. Linton to no nrgu inonfc from intorostod partidn j domaud the gonuino articlen, and TAKE...

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CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

[?] HP HE finiuhing round of Senior crickofc ^' ib to commonco to-day. Pity it io not finishing iimtoad. Tlio weather is 'gotting cold, and intorosfc in cricket is dying out. Nows from the Australians lino bogun to nrrivo which will, however, liplp to lcoop things crickot on tlio aimmor. I havo boph iv fow hittoro from' lhp boys, not nt all an intorestii))? eitlior. Tlusy had a quint timo, nun wnv nnd another, to Albany.' «ial -?e wer taking tholifo out of some of thorn. After that, howovor, tlioy plucked up a bit mid Jiold nil sorts of sports, ombrncing a ball, sundry crickot matchon, and a concort on board. Trottio gavo thorn tho erickotora' Bong right up to dnto. Jonah won fclio jummng ovonta, and Olom Hill Rcoopcd a fow prizoa for potato and Back rncca. Thoy aro to arrivo ab Til bury to-morrow, and uftor a fortnight ivnd two days in England Trill opon hostilities ngainnt the England Elovon Bolocted by Lord Sheffield. Tho Globe follows, having boaton tho Blioromon, aro loft pract...

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Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

[?] Tlio original diacovoi-er of gold in Aus tralia was a Polish rofugeo. ? ? ? A cold conference. Kumorod that things will Biiddenly got hotter if the strike comes ? off. * * ? ' The nation thnt line got to nmlto a hero of Jameson is hard up for horoes.' — To- Day. Five thousand pounds lmvo been raised ' in America to cover tlio cost of a statue (the first oroctod) of Ed^ar Allan Too. Lord Unmpdon's fixed and glapsy smilo iu becoming ns much of nn established in Btitution an onco wns Lord Cnrrington's yawn. ? ? » Tlio Qucon of Mnda^nFcar nover wenrs low-necked drosses. And yet they talk about Madagascar being an uncivilised country. ? ? « Judgo Stephen snys tho First Offondors' Act is nn encourngeinent to crime Wo thought it whb nn Act passed for tho benefit of Jogal comipirutoru. ? ? * Agony nn. from tho D.T. — 'Tommy, coino at onco; can't wait; lof t Strnthfleld; no money ; -wirq to Fivo Dock. — 'i'opsy.' Tommy and Topsy ! Pathetic ! '? ? ? ? i Sinco his arrival in Englnnd Dr. Ju...

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SPORT ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

[?] ON THE WHEEL. Tho event for to-duy in tho Mogson Lnwin boneiit nice meeting, on tho Hump- ? don truck, Agricultural Ground, and fjiYOil fair rrontlier tho nHmiilnnco promise!) to very larpo indued, and worthy tho occasion. Several circumarnnc.cn will conspire, to inako it a veritable red-letter day with Leutfimmon, nnd exceptional for tho public. Lant of all, it will bo tho last occaniou for Bomotitnoon which tlnoo of tlio best riders in Norv South Wuk'H, Moijson, Lowio, and Payne will bo Boon on our trucks, and tho sumo nnnlifR to Parson;, who iu tho un doubhsd Vietoriiin cliampion. Then possibly wo may not 'nave another oppor tnnity of BOuint; Australian champions pittod against Martin and tho otlior visit ing riders. . BuKidos tho local cracks, othora nre cominc From Victoria to tnko part in tho Eond-olT to our champions. Tho track is now finished n.3 far as an asphalt Burfaco nil round is concerned, and uomo vory smart timea nro suro to bo pub up if tho duy bo e:ilm. During ...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

1/ \\ I M «^rHi» \ \WiyW--&W/mff Tho last novon nitrhtaof ' Fodora ' ' aro announcod at the Critorion. Noxt Satur ?day overling a farcical comedy by 11, Lumloy, 'Thoroughbred,' will bo staged. Tho B. and B. pooulo aro doing good faro woll business. ' Fedora,' with tho benutnous Orough and tho minuto Bouci cault, has boon a high-class rovival. Tho solid, sterling acting, always clover, always artistic, to which tho company baa treated Syduoy, often aavod local theatrical!! from Hb-;i'-liim fliilfimtii- 'Ii!vn»-vlwwlir i»l.n likod good comedy could always go and onioy an ovoning'tiamuBomoiit whon 1}. nnd B. woro in town. 'Iho gap loft in our littlo ahow world' by tho dissolution of this admirable partnorfibtp will b» hard to fill. Lifo will bo almost desiolatu without tho Btsitoly Brongh, tho vivncio\i3 Toiuple, thu lordly Tithonidgo, und tlio diminutive Boucicault. Wo nro golting the otUco pockot - handkerchief washed preparatory to having a gonoral weep as the timo draws mou...

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OUR NOTE BOOK. TURF TALK AND TIPS. THE RANDWICK EXTRA DAY. Kalla[?]iua and Escort at the Front. Attachment, Checkmate, and [?]oniton. SELECTIONS FOR CANTERBURY PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

[?] TURF TALK AND TIPS. THE RANI) WICK EXTRA BAY. Knllnliun and Kscort nt the Front. Attnchnicnt, ( licclcinnte, and ilouiton. SEfiKCTlO.NS FOIt CAN rMUItUltY I'AUK. (Jir 'THE CAPTAIN.') Lbavino a vacant Saturday after tho A.J.C. Autumn meeting did not soom to the committee of tho premier club a very wise arrangement. It was generally appro priated by one of tho pony olubs, and to make sure, I suppose, who should havo it this yoar, Mm committee secured it for ono of tho extra meetings they are putting on at Ifcindwick. Five days' racing in succession was a fairly strong order, but according to tho way people tolled up to take part thoy appreciated the bill-of-faro provided for them. Many a niivnro sot-back, backers hnvo bad on the name ground, but thoir Juisk was exceptionally good during tho big meeting, juntas that of bookmakers was correspondingly bad; and they went into the business of picking winners again last week with confidence born of success. Though they didn't sweep tho ...

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Quiver Quips by Sagittarius [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

[?] Out of tlio inoutliu of bnbes coitiotli wisdom, tin taekG, buttons, pink-heudod matches, and clivori) otlior articles too mimorouH to mention. Ono of tliogo shrewd observers, ngod G, was on dock wliilo tlio subject of ochpaca was boinur discussed nfc u family party of nsKortud coxes, nnd tho moment ho got a cliimcu to cut in 'on liiii own' ho parnlynod tho pooj-lo present by piping out, 'I'll bot I know. what makes tlio uclinso. Tlio now woman in tho moon gooa a-tryin' on her bloomers, nnd thon tho man in tlio moon gets nshamed and putu tlio light out.' Beyond doubt tho inattor of bloomors or no bloomers constitutes tho only mil burning' question for women at tho present mouiont. It actually cropped up fit n Church Conference in New York not long ago, nnd ji Mins Helon PoUer, rising to tho immonuo importance of tho occasion, hitched up tho ti.li. corner of her skirt for tho edification of those assembled, and excitodly spoke aa follows: — 'What aro \to woman going to do with thi...

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HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

[?] [?] Morloy KobortR makes ono of his charac ters, nn urtist, say: 'Thoro isn't auoh ft thing us a hoautful woman ; it's purely a aexual dulunion ! Somotimoa ono does sdo a beautiful man, but a woman is bound to bo imperfect.' : . . - ? a ?. ? ? ? Tho Public Works J)opn.rtment of N.S.VV.,bas lnid oub a million and ii half of '? nionoy during tho pasb nino months. Of'' that aiiioiiub X072.000 was borrowed money. Wo aro protty smart at spending, but what, ubout.tho revonuo? ' The old ago pensions movemont doosnot meet' with much publics sympathy. Thia -'community has no objection to'supporting nn arniyof ablo-bodiod loafors, but itdrnwa tlio linoat inllrmity and holploasiiess. Tho old nge pensions Hystom ia, howoyor, only thefrantiooffortof frightened individualism to oxorcise the dreaded bogey State Socialism. Our daily papers differ. On Wednesday tlio Hvkninq Nkwb said that Mr. Koid, tho Promior, had called upon Sir Henry Parkofl, but tho intorviow had been of tho shortest possibl...

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BILL RILEY. HIS OPEN LETTER TO G.H.R. He Gets Impa[?]nt—Wants to Know when the Good T[?]s are Coming. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

BILL BILEY. HIS OPEN I^KTTUU TO G.H.K. Ho Gctfl Inipntlont— IVimtH to Know vrhou tlio Oooil Tiinon aro Coming, I startoil work at 'lovinjj yOar, an' now I'm fifty-two ; Thoro niu't a thing about 'ard praft I don't know how to do ; An' bo I writos to thor Priuio-onr to toll him my idno : Upon that Rhiftiug nort of gaino 'o oalln 'is 11 polioeo.' My iioliuco it ia all right, I niu't a talltiniy uhnp, For I wns born in Wombat Towu, boyond .UmiKOolaKnp j An' never wont to iiohool a lot, nu' novor had muoh ohiuiRO At books an' tliini;n in thor Mownoom to moro'n i:ob a irliwico. But slill I'vo i;ot mo own idoo about tho rights of tliiii((s ; ' A flyin' fox 'o niu't a bird allhougli 'o 'as .got wingH; - , An' nuithor ain't a covo wot goos a spoutiu* round tho pluoo ' An' nivyiu' timoa ia good Wot niu't — h. angol full of kmoo. ; K ain't boon sionfc from 'Kviiig1 down to bIiow poro blokes tho wny ' To nuilco tho country wot it wusi tho timoa o' pound a dny. Jarifd lioid oe uin't afoolin' mo...

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[?] The Stump [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

I Aft Out of 3358 Stato paupora 720 iliod lasb year ! Moro Clmffoy— Go on tho land, uiy son, go on tho land. The third Lady Parkos is aaid to bo pas sionatoly attached to her aged spouse. Northern oano-growors havo killed novoval tons of boetlou thia yoar. Go on tho laud! Tho Southorn minors will proflt by the Newcastle strike Labor always cuts ita own throat. ? Ho.waa a moan man who spread tho rumor that poor old Sir H.inry foil nio]c liocauso Homoono iitolo Ills Windsor uni form. Tho National Ash. naya tho Govornmont ia rulod and controlled by tho Labor Tarty. Well, isn't. M'Oowon ono of tho AflBombly's fafc men ? What iu tlio Asa braying about ? A Now Zealand law-mal;or rccnntly pro posed to introduce it Bill into tho Logia laturo making it obligatory for liotchi to supply guests with iiHboBtofi pyjamaii na a safeguard against 11 ro ! Tho troublo in tho coul trado arisen primarily from tho facli that, thnro is littlo local donnuid for our own coul. If tho ? Govornmont is anxious ...

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CROSS-BOLTS. INTENDING SUICIDES [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

CROSS-BOLTS. 1NTKNUINO SUICIDISS ohould tako warning by tho soutonco . pasaod tlio otliur -lay upon n man namod Clifford of ono inonth'a imprisonment bo caubo Iio failed to lluisli tlio job. To do Mr. Clifford juutieo Iio ocoin» to lmvo dono bin lovol boat by uhooting.Klabbinjc, burning nnd trying to drown himiiolf, and of eourso if Iio htul Hiicoucdud lid would , not hftvo had to unrve lii.s month in gaol, but an ho did not ho has (jut to try whether a mouth B iiir.:in:ornlioti will nr.ilco hfo uny aweotor. Wbotliur gaoling n. mun who han tried no bard t(i got rid of his lifo will miiko ' liim cling to it nlosor nt'oma Boiuotrbat problumalical, but othor pooplo who fuel tlio Biiinii way will doubtloss take notiipf'' Mid fact that if a thing in worth doing it lo worth doing propurly, and if they''' blindly they must tako tho eoiiBe^uniioe's. Solf murder is oihi of tlio.so tbingu which can't well bo pimuihiid in ibis world, Tvliiit pvpr itjuay.bo in tlio noxt. It is only tho unsucces...

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THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

: THE LAND. 'WiiKNKVKn times get bud in New South . 'Wales the citizen lightens up his waist , bell, tulics hi.s elector's right in bin hand, and foruiH Iiiiusolf into a deputation to juy tlio matter before bi.«. paternal Government. Tho latter, knowing that the elector has v.n awkward habit of reasoning through his stomach, ininic diutely makes sundry wild statements that it. is about to spend a million or oo . of borrowed rmmpj in rcj-airiii|r th0 rot(d between llooluntown un.l Uohaunii l.Ma,r, which 'judicious expenditure of our public revenue ' will, it, feels sure, induna nu era of prosperity, tind ensure every uble-bodird mmi three meals v. duy and a bob to go and the cricket mulch. Tho Government 111.10 seizes llin i cession by both cure, and reads tho country a homily on Iho political nin.i of its predo ucssora on tho Ministerial benches, pointing out how their tariff, or their re ligious convictions, 'r tho cut --f tlieir hnir, hint caused thy hudtinuvi nftiresaid, and brou...

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THE HORRORS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

tiik noitnons ok war. Tho bullot of tho If ra|:-.TorgoiiRon riflo, now adopted by tho United Stateu flovoru lneub, ban an initial velocity of two thousand foot por second, and him boon rogardod as iv vory humano woapon, bo. cnuno, at u raugo varying from four hundred lo liftoon hundred yards, it piorooii bono and flesh aa cleanly as a drill goea through stool, leaving a small bolo that disablos a combatant, but docs nob neco.i Biirily maim him iiiii'inaiioutly. llut roeont oxporimoiitn havo shown that within tho four hundred yard range, or beyond fll'toon liundred and up to tho limit of its trajec tory, which in two miles, it is n. torribly destructive ongino of war. At tho uhortoi' vniigo ib hns an explosive offoet. In iv roeont oxperimont n ckull atuffed with potato, wliich in of about tho nnmo con niatoney of brain inattor, was hit by a bullot from tho now gun nt short rango and uhaLterod to piocoa, tho potato boing Htroirn for half - it - dozon yards iibnub. A dofj nhob in tho c...

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[?]YNE[?]COCRACY [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

flVMiCOUIMIIV Rooma at lout, within measurable distanco in this Onntiuont now thnt women in South Australia linvo not only boon in- ;' vestod with tho right to -voto. bub also to '? got elected as reprosoiitiitices if thoy can, and who can doubb that tho timo is noar nt baud. It is very uuliUoly thnt the mix, having obtainod tho j)rivilogo, will long itnuiiu irwiu ii.\urciKiug IE, uuu BOOH wo may ovnn bear of lion, membprdssoa nddrnasing Mrn. S])oakor. Ib 13 quito too late in tho divy to object to any ronttltn of thia land, oapocially ixa with a connidorato forothought South Auii trivliun loginlatoi-M havo decided to allow ladies to transmit, tlioir voten through tlio postt on certain iiitorosting contingonniuB whie.h prncludo tlmir pornonal attondanoo. On tho aanio principle ib is to bo prosuinnd tlmb when future lndy momborn n.ro doing nn woll an can bo oxpne.tod thoy will bo nllowod to take part ? in division by proxy, and porhapa ovoli liavo tlioir updoches safely dolivorod by t...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 25 April 1896

BOXING. So poor old Owon Sullivan has had to haul down his colors onco more, and again at tho bidding of a fellow countryman. Woll, it looked a good thing for Steve O'Donnell if Steve could punch nb all, and was not an nbsoluto slavo to that nervousness which handicaps him heavily during tho first few rounds of a battle. Owen's only chntico wao to gob homtt onrly and eitecbivoly, and failing this ho would bo simply a chopping-block for bin far moro skilful, though perhaps, less aggrcusivo or powerful opponent. Wo aro sorry Owon didn't tncklo Home body olso. Surely thcro are enough fighters of othor nationalities in tho world without Australians being compelled to moot abroad. Wo have an idea that Croudou and O'Donnell may be tho next dish prepared for tho delectation of National Sporting Club haliitu-?s. 01 cour&o Stovo is, from a weight point of view, out of Dan's class, but nob sufficiently ko to make the difference uu insurmountable barrier to thoir coming together. Tom D...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

QU THE TRACK. BANDWICK. TlIDRSDAT. SabrotnaLo was nbout Uio firot to gallop, end ran nix furlongo on tho tan in lmin 22Jsoo. Wnibiuo nnd Akai'iiii tkon ran a railo on tbo iinmo traolr, tho luttur liaFini; a triflo in hand nt tho flnioli iu lmin 52noo.- Courngo nnd Bido-Q-Woo wont niooly ovor aovon furlongB, dono in fair timo, Juvonilo and Tlior put in lonff fltonuy work, on did Newman, wlio ia fast Tho Captain ran flvo furlonfja in lmin 7Jboo. Alboooro boat Tho Squiro ovor nix furlongs in lmin 20Shoo, a very ccood (fallon, Oxido boat Itoynl Kobo nt tho ond of a oirolo on tho tan, run in 2min liSJaoc, only moderate timo. Clivo boat Dalindny ovor tho long; milo. Attftohmont boat Coombwood at tho end of nix forloncs, run iu lmin 22soo; nud Snhoolboy boat Moraoir ovor tho oanio diatunoo in bIovtoi* time. Dora ran nbout aovou fnrlonija, finiah ing woll. Silvortono boat Taralba at tho ond of oix furlonRn, dono in fuir timo. Laura ran round tho tan iu 2min ',Guoo, finishhifr niooly. Pbarnm...

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WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 2 May 1896

WARWICK FARM RACES. Saturday. Mat 2. n q-A FLriNO HANDICAP, of SO rovb. Tho *..«0V winner of rvuy handicup Hut ruco, nftor tliO declaration of tho wolfflitH, to curry 71b oxtraj of two or inoro, lull) oxtm. U furlongs. Btlb Mr. 'W. Koluo1 lir h AttncUmont, iyrn ? 0 2 Mr. 8. llojuoldn1 blkhlnn))iratlon,4yrs ... 8 10 Mr. T. M'Onrthy'ii ch b Clivo. Syrs ? 8 6 Mr. W, I\ Crlck'ob BSudur, 8yra ? 8 a Mopuro. I'ruulco1 ch h Phnrmnond, Syrn ... 8-3 Mr. I). Wllllivmsou'ob m ltook Eoso, 6yrs ... 8 2 Mr.H. Thonipaou'n blk g Bnyloo, 2yro ... 7 12 Mr. W. Crnmptoii's b (t Discord, Syrs ... 7 7 Mr. P. Nolon'u b r Doposed (lato Klug Orry), Syrs ? 7 5 Mr. T. O. Mulr'n b m Mario Mny, aged ... 7 5 Mr, T. HoBkliiK'B b in Dora, 5yrn ? 7 5 Mr. W. Forroator's b (f Tbo Fullhf ill, 3yrs ... 7 5 Mr. C. Hice'ii br (rKoblu.Rjra ? 7 4 Mr.' R. Kryu' b h Elton, Dyrs ? 7 3 Mr. W. Forrootcr'n hlk b Karl Booobory, Syrs 7 ii Mr. \V. MorUiyr'B bg JlninUvn,3yru ? 7 0 Mr. J. M'Swocuoy'n lir f Akarlui, Ilyrs ... 0 12 Mr. ...

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