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HOSPITAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

HOSPITAL REFORM. Dear Clipper,— That the thanks of the public are due for the improvement in the management of the hospital is acknow ledged by all who have had anything to do with that useful institution. Too much praise cannot he awarded to the nurses for their attention and kindness, bht they must be much hampered in their minis trations to the sick for the want of what would be considered in the home life as necessary conveniences. A drink taken to a weary, fretful invalid in the coarse regulation mugs can only cause a feeling of repulsion. A young girl or child placed in the next bed or opposite to a woman from whom all traces of true womanhood have been eftaoed by a life of debauchery can hardly be considered the correct thing. A children's and convalescent wing should be the next addition to our hospital, and would have been done long since in any other part of the world hut Tasmani. ' Making broad their phylacteries ' in gilded churches our preachers read the precepts of One...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

PREMIER I DRESSMAKING I I Establishment. 1 ? 1 Noel White AND CO.'S I SPECIALTIES 1 for I AUTUMN I 1 and i WINTER I SEASON. I COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fit 1 and in the latest style, in g 3O/' Homespuns, Meltons, B Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweeds, H Foules, Beige, etc., etc. | Send for samples. ? COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- I made, in auy of following ? materials, Plain and Fancy a Navy and Black Serges, a Bengaliues, English and 1 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, Wool Diago- I *fet cash, nals, Corduroy Amazon §9 Cloths, Cashmeres, Homo- I spuns, Fancy Check Tweeds, 1 etc., etc. B A marvel for style and price. 1 Send for samples. I 30STUME COMPLETE, tailor- 1 made Silkspot Cheviots, 1 Cotilles, Epingles, Croco- 1 dile and Flake effects in 3 Tweeds and Homespuns, 1 50/' Fancy Cheviots, Vicunas, I Net cash Navy and Black Serges. - 1 Best French Cashmeres in 1 all leading shades. All § Wool Robing, German | Robes, embroidered, etc., 1 etc. Send for samples. 1 COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- 1 made Velour-de...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RAMBLINGS OF UNCLE WILLIAM. No. 2 PODKIN'S MECHANICAL BED [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

iiMCLElLyftM: rfaritten! BxpresBly foiVTIie tlj^eivj EODKItfS MECPAMCAL BED'! ,??;?;. ? ?. — '? . . . All night long I revolved in my bed the terrible series of crimes Bodkin had been guilty of, I thought it all but and came tp the conclusion, tttat he shpnld he persuaded to, giVe hipiBelf up if), justice, Fuji of this, iiiea I went to; tie place very early im the morning. ' ; Knocking and receiv ing 'no reply I went inside, up the winding, stairway; and lo! neither Podkin nor his beii were to be seen. I came out and saw the fresh track of wheels, beginning at the doorway. Following them they led me to a little graveyard, and there, right in front, was a new. monument, with Saceed TO THE MbMOET OF I. L. Podkin wiatten in bold relief. Somehow I thought of that machine, and fooling around I found the phonograph. Applying my ear to the instrument I. heard the follow ing awful facts : — The first sound was Podkin's un mistakable snore in full blast ; then a noise of rolling in bed. This...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

Steamers, v ? The LaBpalt, and ; Beet Appoint^., Fleet of SteamBli^)* in the Southern; 'ijemispfcajS. W The Magnificent ijStoamera o£ trap Lino ''ffljfl^tt' regular passengw and cargo ^M^ipes between Tasn^nia, New ZeJpgM, and A-ivs^tplasian ports, with Broach Linep *6 Eiji anil $he J: '^jjjjgb Sea glands. . ; .! ?^ PRINCIPAL TASMANIAN SERVICES : Hobart to Sydney. THE S.S. ' OONAH,' W. J. Peatherstone, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lpwest current rates. First Sailing : . TUESDAY, 4tli JULY. Hobart to Melbourne The splendid Intercolonial Steamers on tlie New Zealand Line tjail fort nightly at Hobart, en route to Mel bourne. Launceston to Mel bourne S.S. 'PATEENA,^ H. Sams, Commander, Makes a weekly connection between Launceston and Melbourne, leaving LaujiQeston every Monday and Mel bourne every Thursday. For New Zealand Weekly. First Steamer : S.S. 'MANAPOURI,' THURSDAY, 29th JULY. CHICAGO EXHIBITION. The Company in conjunction with the Oceanic Co...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago (Continued form our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago; r Br. RiEOEfc. ;: '???''' {Couttoui&ftm ourmtiy W *? On Sundays when the weather ^as too wet for tho prisoners to mil ch to the church, it was usual to hold the service in the. mesB-room of the Penitentiary. On theso occasloiiB notice was. sent round the settlement beforehand* so thaf «ny-o^ the free people might attend -if they chose. I did so on several . occasions and n.lwave found the service more im pressive than when held in the church. Perhaps it was because the congregation was less in number and more compact than on ordinary occa sions. In the front and centre of the building was a square tower in which was a clock, which rang out the chimes at each quarter of the hour ; then musical notes sounding very sweetlv amid the neaceful scenes around. On the hill at the rear of the Penitentiary was the hospital, facing' the port and commanding a splendid view of the latter and sur rounding settlement. In this building the sick and dying prisone...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

fi.Iflfcfhy J HAS oHrED. |B 20 G^BS fL Ml 3ST El -W Wifiter Clbthfcig siaCTggagissis-inwuiwao; n ? ? ?minim --..- ?; ''''' '?fti'dXisES''''1 dfthe LATEST ST'Y t/ifiifc of Ma^rpjelfor his DEPARTMENT oi -.o ';?:-?-.'-? «ifjf;J rf?-: ??'?'- Although he has J^.nl#¥6^rrjpv'el1 aP his Drapery' Business, snerrerainds his t. patrons that he is continuing his ' TAILORING;. & CLOTHING BUSINESS at 80 Murray -street, . this being now HIS $OLE ADDRESS. ' MEN'S SUITS,' ??:?????' M^N'S. OVERtfQATS, BOYS' SUITS,. BOtS' OVERCOATS, JUVENILE SUITS, JUVENILE OVERCOATS. THB BIGGEST Ut66k m THE ISLAND. 80 MURRAY -STREET. IMPORTANT NOTICE. EDWARD MULCAHY begs to inform his Mends in Hobart and throughout the Colony that, having disposed of the whole of the Drapery stock in his late .establish ment, 96 Liverpool-street, to Messrs. W. Henry & Co., he is now giving Iiis i entire attention to tfife . i TAILORING, ' CLOTHING, and MEN'S MERCERY business, whioh will be continued at 8 0 M U R R A Y...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

pUMILSOl^teffi 1 Cook's Chambers, ELtBAiB!GTH»STREET, -lIOB&JiT. Building Auotments ' at New Town, Liverpool-street, South Glenorchy, Lans dbimeOesoeftt,1 Eotie^street; Hal-strait, also at the new marine suburb of Beltana, from ^10(eaoh, payable by monthly, inskal monte; ? ; ' ? ? ? X .' i— i ' '' ' L Cottages and Villas in New Town, Glen orchy, Beltana, Mary-street, Burnett street, Washington-street, Quarry-street, Bathui'st^street, and HoDartvIUe! ' Farms in Huon, Glenorohy, Sorell, and other dUfricfc. ... .:?.: . ?/ ?.,-„ ,) R.J. Rogers & Son R^iAL ESTATE Ai^ENlJS, MURRAY AND COLLINS STEEETS, HOBAET. , PEOPEETIES PQE SALE. '?A.B:cTtPE6PEETIES GUIDE,' issued gratis, may be obtained on application at the Offices; corner .Murray and 'Collins Streets. The entire: management of Estates, Mid undertaken. Statements rendered monthly, quarterly, or half-yearly, according to .in struofcions. ???-??. .- ;. ..??-. CENTRAL PROPERTY EXCHANGE. [Established H&l— 22 Yeabs]...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MININO NOT [?] TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

MinKiWndTips sgsr — mm ?NfglmS&uenee of BW North Grubb section Bmng been ^BUd,. shares de clined jfiSH, but wUHK became ©own that thKn5p&rs woulflHwe little PJlfPoe of suoHgSthey quijHHjregained|Bieir formedrawiUd- fl| J|^ OonffifSfijcheap mwt QUjBifinnB. some dodgfl u being worked with this stock. , . , ? - Junctions nave eaacft telifehtly but 'At* still firm. ,. i j . ?? . i North Westerns rdnlaur.at about the same figure as last reported. i£iiaoOTifiaf6r1i3*8vr«8Bl1^SBviaxfffiffiJ the Queen Extended, where 4^e tributors are likely toJdbimStli H1- ? ' ri ?- A notice appeared in the Press last week 1;6^tiifiertHa:wt^^mnMnf#nnmS been made, at the Godkinfr This, wee in cdrrecti'ana'the' direcftori ?shoulfl '?haVfi contradioted the report at once, i i ???'-''?'? The question of Amalgamating Jthe-GruM) and New . Njibeena ,eecbons . ,hag been , dia cufsed. An amalgamation would be a wj*e arrangement T6r both parties.- '.'' I am glad 'te see: South Mount Reids recovering ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

Jas. Sargeant, STOCK AMD SPABEBBOKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, desires to inform his town anil counter Sendfl that he has STARTED DOIJJa Is BtfStJlllSS as abote and will be pleased to of receive commissions:. Address, HOBAET , BflDtijt EXOHAlitalji ot 86 Murray street, j A IpFBED FEEEY, Furniture Broker, j x\ Valuator, and Commission Agent. Address: Care Westbroot Bros,. Colllns-st. A. M E S I K I M~. Fruit Merchant, Commission Agent, etc., IlOWBB ElIZABETH-STBBET, _ ?\J[ TAP FIELD,' 1V1 . HOUSE, ESTATE, & GENERAL - COMMISSION AGENT, STOCK EXCHANGE, COLLINS-ST. gj Royal Aromatic Condition Food for w HOESEB, CATTLE, FOWLS, PIGS, &c Secured an Award Melbourne Exhibition, 1888. .. IN BAGS ONLY, 8s 6d. ' None Genuine without our Trade Markand f- Title. Manufactured by W. BOON & CO. ™ 10 AEGTLE-STEEET.Hobart. w Robert Jackson, HE PEOPLE'S LITEEAET PABULUM and POCKET FEIEND, c HIS FRIENDS' INTERESTS, (BOTH IN KEEPING THEM WELL INFOEMED WITH FULLEST SPORTING NEWS ? and ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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THE LABOR CLAUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

THE I.AB0B CLAUSE, .; : When it was first announced that itbe labor clause under the mining reguiationu would be enforced; there was a general feeling of pleasure, inasmuch as it became evident that such a course must neces sarily load to sections lying idle being worked by their ownei's. or their forfeiture to other persons willing to work thorn. ? It was felt that the enforcement of the clause would open up work for a largo body of unemployed miners. It Boon became evi dent, however, that -o entertain every application made for forfeiture, on the ground of nonrfuldlment of the labor clause, would tend in many instances, not only to peipetuate (lie eril, but would lead to the infliction of hardships of the worst description upon many companies that hare done good work in the past, and that con tinued to do good work until the financial crash brought about by the miserable failure of the Bank of V. O. Land, left them without the necessary capital to enable them to carry on. . The Mi...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

X STARTED KNOWN.— Parcel Delivery. V V James Jordan notifies that the old business is still carried on at 81 Mulray 6troeti opposite Highfield Hall, not ifiO Liverpool-street. . .-,??. qPO ,LET.— Bellorivo. A desU-able COT A . TAGE, 6 rooms, bath i-oom, etc.; Reduced Rent. Abbott-street. Apply Clipper office. ? . ... W. Golding/ ?? 98 LIVERPOOL STEEET,, WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER. Cash Bnyertifbld Gold And JgwelleryV Bradley & Son, 61 COLLINS - STREET, HOBART, House, Land, and Commission Agents. : Rents and Debts collected. Properties managed under personal supervision. Loans negotiated on reasonable terms. Safe In vestment on sound security for deposits to any amount. OHIPLEY & CO., PAECEL DELIVERY O and Luggage Van Proprietors, ? 151 Liverpool-street. CLONGri^MizSjith-street, Working ? Jeweller. Customers' Old Gold re made. '?' ' . ? ' ? '?'.'??? -\.:- ? Joe Clarke, TOBACCONIST, 136 ' ELIZABETH-ST., Two doors from Brishane-sfcreot;. TEMPE RAN C E Hf A L L WEDNES...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

fREE SPEE6H. The amalgamation of the Post and Telegraph, departments under one chief would appear to be the magr.vi opus of the Government, if we may judge by the frequency with which mention is made in the Northern and Southern dailies of the veiy arduous and long-continued labors of one Mr. Hunt in the matter of preparing a report as to how the thing is to be done. There must be something very wonderfdl about the peifjiinanoe which needs to have public attention called to it so coostautlv. It seems that a mountaiu is in laoor — will it bring forth anything more than a mouse P First of aH we were pia cionely informed ibat Mr. Hunt was to visit the other colonies to learn how to do it. Then we were told how coDi-teoasly the ambassador had been received by the officials over the Straita. Next we learned that the enquirer bad returned laden w'tb the spoils of knowledge jweked up in Hb travels. Again, we were acquainted with the fact that be was really very busy pjepanng his report. Af...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

For Sydney (Direct) THE PAST AM) POWERFUL S.S. 'T A 8-M A N I A,' 225^ Tons (By far the Largest Vessel in the Trade), PEECT. Jf.- BULL, QoMM&tnwBt Leave* Dunn-street Pier, Hobart, on FRIDAY, 7th July, at 6 p.m. Splendid Sracious Promenade Decks, Electric Light Throughout the Ship. Large and Weil-Vtotilftted State fcoojns. Fore Cabina UpsurpsBsea in any Vessel Afloat. FAKES— Saloon, 40s., Beturn 60s. Forecabin, 20a., Beturn 30s. From Launceston to Melbourne. THE EXPBESS PASSENGER S. S. 'COO GEE,' FRED. CARRTNGTON, Commander, - ' ' tfeaves taunoeeton Wharf on EVERY THOTBSDAY, at 8 p.m. (Betnrn tickets available by Union Com pany's steamers, if deBited.) FA.BE8— Sjaloon, 90s ; Beturn, 60s. Fore-Cabin, 20s; Beturn, 30s. T LiONCEfcTON AOEKTS: The Taemanian Wooigrowers' Agency Co., TAmited. (Offide on Wharf). HuBABT OFf ICES : Lower Davey-street. HUDDABT, PAB.KEB & CO., Limited. FOOTBALL. S.T.F. ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP HATCH. CITY v. RAILWAY. TO-DAT, JUNE 24. Trains, 2.10...

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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

6LA6KERY. ' Bat still his tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting clack, Set all men's ears upon the rack.'— Hodibbxs. A pobtea.it, said to be of Ta man, the great navigator, is hanging in the Tas muTiiqn court of the Imperial Institute. It was found in the gallery of a deceased Spanish merchant. The Dutch always stated that there was ro portrait of Tas man in eristence, and as nothing is known of his career af !»r he returned to Batavia after bis third expedition in 1645, the pro bability is that no portrait is in existance. Kejb Haudie's opinion of the British Commons : — ' Those well-fed and groomed fellows cannot (most ^of them I mean, oei-tiinly not all) realise the possibility of tens of thousands of people starving through no fault of their own.' Ous worthy Premier and his ladies' brigade proinbe to come further into evidence as the Superintendent of Police has been asked to iiiroish the names of the cHldren of the city who are scantily clad. Whether the police are to run al...

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FORCING OPEN THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

FORCING OPEN THE LAND. Dear Clipper, — In your leader of the 17th you sigh for some scheme by which the resources of the land now locked up may be thrown open to use. The thing is not difficult to do. Start from the principle that the legitimate use of the land is as an instrument of production, not as a means of extortion, and that its occupation is per mitted to secure to the occupier the fruits of his own labor, not the fruits of other peoples. Whence it follows that no man should be allowed to forbid access to natural opportunities which he shows no desire of developing himself, nor to occupy large fertile and accessible areas for com paratively unproductive uses (such as sheep runs), while other people who would gladly put such to really efficient use remain landless and unemployed. To give effect to these principles, you can declare, as a beginning — 1. That all vacant build ing ground in and around towns be smartly taxed on their capital value. It is these withheld sites that...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

'pHE OLD HOUSE AT HOME.— Good 1 Beds and Meals, Is. G. B. INNISS. CTOPPING Watches should be taken to O S. ARMSTRONG'S Famous. Repairing Establishment, 100 Liverpool street. Shirley's Bakery, 16 Liverpool-street. Superior White Bread, free from adultera tion. (Wheatou Meal Bread a Speciality), Delivered to all parts of the Town daily. \\rHEEE TO BUY YOUR FIREWOOD VV AND BEST COOKING COAL. U. H. Clover, ISO Elizabeth-stueetJ , The Cheapest and Bost Wood in Hobart. Prices defy competition. ? . Kemember GLOVER brought prices down and quality is O.K. Ready Money Yard. ? ' G. Schapke, Watchmaker & Jeweller, Engineer for Sewing Machines, Musical JJoxes, XJunB, and' all kinds of Mechanical ; Works done on. the Promises. 59 MURRAY STREET, HOBART.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

Cycling Notes. £Br Biex.] The Molbourto Union is .bnsjr just now arraugittg for a team of cyclists to go to Adelaide iu September. - Einie Bennison to mbHnjt a ' front driv ing' safety this season, L. Herman, of Beudigo, has beon racing over ten years and has won over .£1000 in trophies and priaes. This is a rare city for cracks. -J. W. Snook asks for information anent a new club. Answer next issue, I hear on good authoritythat the E.B.C. were approached by the H.C.C. wfth a view to amalgamation, but it didn't come off, ' me boys ! ' W. Cox, the 'professor,' informs me that he has severed his connection With the Hobart CX!. That makes No'. If of the exodus. A. H. G-olding should be to the fore this season once again for the. championship. The Hobart Cycling Club held a meeting recently at which the position of the rooniB, etc., was discussed, but nothing definite was arrived at. The resignation of P. N. Gaylor as a member pf £bo club was accepted. No. 12. . v- . '. There' Wai: aSsir...

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PALMISTRY HAND II. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

PftUWISTRY i - ' ??'? -HAND'lI.1^' JinPITERUN TtPB,: OR BliilOUS-SiN-! ODIKE. — -Character : (SommaJnding, am bitious, upright,- brave; loyal, a, high liver. To Jupiter, the greatest of all1 the planets, iwas attributed the; biUous-sanguiue temperament. That1 whichi particularlydistingaishes this' organisation is a We^of and faculty to command ; - the : anoients conse- : quently dedicated to it the finger so used, that is to say the' index, or finger nearest tbe thumb, calling it Jupiter, aswelliafi the elevation or' mount at its base. In these bilious sanguine temperaments, where there is a real paesioil for command dr con trol, the first finger makes itself ,:par- ' tioularly conspicuous hyife' length, and also by its square extremity ;: » form indicative of a boldness of: character common to these particular organisations, but; which 16 rarely' met with in others.' Besides this, the' mount or elevation which is found in the hand at the base of this finger; is generally higher and...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

MUSIC AND THE STfiCl; , ;.i -.:,i-. !ii TBt'Kmk6.T '??'?* ??'????- ?'.'Mueie tow successful in , attracting a i large' -audience to the '^asmanlatf Halloi^Tuasday ?eVenfng','.20tn;'iiiBti Our1 fcenevolent! follow-cltiiBBn^ 'eVei? prefer Jbuyftig- their tifcfeets and -6i^ playing' their finely at ji,n antatetar, concert-reeital to the- toore ^scrip tural' and quiet obscure' droppitig the' adequate coin into tlie slot in aid oif ' restaurant ' for the distressedi /ot any 'other charity, 6p long-as' itW institution is equally benefited- it matters' not. But why Should1 it be i'» restauraht,' an establishnient ? Cor the ipro vision of refreshmen^i' inBtead1 !of! the 'homely and EnglishiSo'undihg' i'^Sbupi-EitchenP' The' programme' jprovidpd was interesting, but as ufinaL' ; lengthy arid igain unduly ? lengthened' ;bytho'irrepressibie encores, ih'some* jcases not even deserved, which it' ia : time to put down in the 'interests*)^ ! suffering concert-goers by ttie1 dicta1-1 itorial 'No en...

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STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

STEEPLECHASE. iu uiiB sraepiBcnase Jledleap iuia ihe crusher of list. 7Ib. to carry, and I think if the handicapper had in carry it himself for once he would ho a JiMe more lenient next time. In my opinion it is simply trying to breakdown a good horse, and I think the owneis will prefer starting him for the hurdle race. Busaco, with 12st. 101b., should run a good horse, but I think old Sir Wilfrafi lino oaan liio knal-Jnn All.n.4. hss fieen pe^fprmiugjp. *6jl-in NewHSott(ai' Wales Utfly thafci'iijckatgiFe him*, clian&e with 12st. 31b. *Tyro should run a good horse with 12st. lib., and Shylook, with list. 13lb., seems as well treated as any thing itL.the jace. Trojan is v«ty fast, but an unc^rtainjutt^ai-. 'Frantic, pn, his troble victory' over' the borders, *is not badly treated with list. 91b., nor is Kremlin, with list. 4Ib. Wellington suould be held safe by his stable companion. Milado II. I don't like; but Coral, with lOst. 18lb.-and a stand' up. will take no end of beat...

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