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IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazetts, March 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

-':?1MPOUNDINGS.' (Fro n t~edoer~v>ne~iit Gazetfrt c!l1 Wiaoi. W,.o. , on ta i,8tht Pebruary,. from Baram-,. bolah,'" by'?ahn' Gordon, Esq., J.P., damages and driving, s.: per'?led:Red' cow, V over OY off riba;' near -,rib :.red working ok, small horns, SC near almp, ,on thigh, 2 on loin: red steor, MB off ribs, B an thigh' etrawberry'ox, IC off rump and thigh, like 'It on ribs, 3K sideways near rump', UU' on ribs; roan heifertJH off shoulder; J on thigh; red heifer, same brands.;, rown.gow,;3Ui sjdqwaya near..rump, like' 'TC off x'tb,'1iC.rump'and thigh: white ox, red nook Oi sideways near rump, illegible brand, of rumip and ribs; brown and, white ox, HO neaonr rump, JB conjoined tff hipa_ d..rib'; gCd ox,,cut tail, Eli over iC of rump andcreb', T off ribs, Tit conjoined near rump ; red and. white.poley heifer, JM over 7, off ribs; red and white x, e overbobtchrnd of ribs; yellow and white or jvere.4peat ribeof Goff rump and-loin; brindle 'and hite .o J.HB;.oear. rump, 0 on both...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

REWARD. W"HEREAB on the.night of the 24th of V January, 1869, at NorthWagga Wagga, a gross and diabolical act of incendiarism was p?rpetrated on the premises of Mr. PATRICK rENNLL, sen., Wherehy property of the value of Three Hundred Pounds was des troyed, viz.., TWO rTACKS Or MAY, ONE STACK OF OATS, and ONE STACK OF BARLEY. Now, we, the undersigned, do hereby sub' scribe the amounts set against our respective names, to go to the formation of a fund to be paid to any person' or persons who shall, within the period of six months, give such information, directly or indirectly, as shall lead to the final conviction. of the perpetrator of this detestable offence;' provided that the heendiary himself he not the informer. And we do hereby pledge ourselves to use the' necessary measures through the medium of the Police Magistrate, to have the matter brought under the notice of his Excellency the Governor-General, with.a view to, an in crease of the reward, nd that the sums hereby, subscrib...

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LANG'S CROSSING PLACE, MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

LANGS CGRQS8tNG PLO1, MURRUMBIDGEE R{YE., ., [PROM A OOR floNDENflEN:] We .'a glad t6 notle-i she "?Sjdny harl that onu ective'member, Mr. Williatm Malesy hast 'been askting the-Minlster for Lands and,Pb)ic Wobrks in the Leglelative Assembly, when the ffretsle of town allot mentse will take place'o-at Lang'e Crsnslng Place. The answei is not very satisfactory, butl neverthelese; we are exczeedinglygiad-thlat the question' was asked, as it will serve to call attention to the matter and will prove to the Government that there is a considerable deniand forlandint his locality. Tend'ers are again called 'fot bypublie advirtisdmenr:for.a weekly mail, .between thin spot and Condo boin on the Lachlan,ve mail would have been running alqng this rpute ere this, had the Governmtentr eceed any eligible tetder before the commencement of the year. The' want of d surgeon In this district has been, so.mnuch felt.that the settlers have at last come to,a resolution to guarantee an in come oftC300 *ye...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ADELONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

ADELONG1RACES. The following condensed report of -theme races we take from the Ad'el?dg .iti iag, Joienrnel Piru DAY;, Tr'usin MABia Ir, 1 FIaST Rica .--The Leger' of' £50, with a sweep of £5, for all three year old colts and filliesa;' colts, Sat; 41b':; Tillies, Sat. ; the second to receive '.the. sweep. One. mnile .anr a. half ; one event. MAr. Keighran's g. g Jack Morgan (Wat son) " fr. Keighran's b. g. Figaro .2 . Ifr Cowan's ch. g. Bader 2 SEcoND RACE:The PubliansQ Purs e of £50, for all h6rss.. Two miile heats. , ; Mr. Carerras's b .: Eledtricity, aged, 9st 91bs ( layton). . 2 1 1 Mr. Ja MoAliateir'sb. j [alentine, aged, 9st. 9lbs. ... 3 :dr. .Mr. T. Davis's ch. g Liberty, 5 Syears, 9st. 41bse; . .... 2 dr. Tman RAOcz.---The 'Hack: Selling Stakes of. £20, for all horses, carrying 8st. Mile heats The winner to ,be sold by public auction for £25 immediately after the race, any surplus to go to the race fund. Mr. J3. Mfc.Alister's b. g. Pidgeon, aged (Andrews) . . . . . . . . 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

BUCKINGHAM P. AM 117, Aasieted by Messrm. B J. COLEMAN.& A. 4. KINC, AVING met with the most flattexfin. succesa each night of their Entertain ments, at the suggestion of many:faiillies and the public generally, will perform aV " SSA O N, THISEVE.NING, (Saturday,) ? The programme wl b pleasigly varied each eve flcoTsjt ojjrf 'y the~pknhmFaiy bcu~ MUSICAL VAUDEVILLE . i ,~, , mi ,:4:i : .¶," A dmi. i:',, 2,.'V? ,'..:,! ; ;' ., te :';'d Se t ,'.: . .I?j " Itoi' ug the'ýVtra~Lý THIRD YO1YE riigthe last appearagnoe..9f. the Family, 4d ;as. Waft o j}ýýSi}nar ug r b.r ch12 of--;3 ELECTRIE T LESRAPH, .WAG'GA' LWAGt10 ' UBSCRIPTION LI STS" towards defray in lig one half the :coPt! of; forming this line, which will lie 'coiimenced byy the Gov eminent immediately the required amount'.is contributed, are now lying'at the Jolse? S'eoo IBANK,' Wagga'1ailgg' ; at the stor'e, ofl' F. A. TOMPSON AND Co,. S EORGEu FORsTvH . CARiLES WALL. The great public convenience the estalish. mept of a t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 5th, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

POLICE COURT. A-if.? SX,-?~ ia;hAcf t.1.. .... _M(Before the Police iafgistratec) H ?GIIWAY RIOBBERY. .. --*-- Morgan, was brought up on remand fron Tuesday-last on the ailove*chargh, fdr fvrthcr evi(ldence.' Thci depositions taken on the previous examination :were:read to. the prisoner:-- John Gampbell depo.ede . - ;vist the. ead, station at Jrte.; on the evading 9f the 2th' Pebruaryv the prisone. wy.t at.i.yhyit do6i when I can)e home iwith2 be sl eel T asked him if he 4hd_ left lf.Olaosta, he toý me hensad; I askoid him'liow he-lefiml: toldme?he had broker a stick and compelled De la Costa to go to his hut, and took from him to give him his watch and chain; the prisonertolse to-'e be~ t of his belief the nmonty e ,siot coming to pay him, and said :he t--wd t?iot'stop'a?yi longer; I told him he had done wrong, that he ought.toJhavse waitid.untilMr. Inmmond came h .'hieStiaye _on,.th? he??:station ,that ni andlet. next mornmng fpT saggd Wagga thi prisoner ?oldf me tl"t;"e Ihqd give...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

BA.A L Dl 11lICE. are appoiflted Aiienis for :the WAGGA WAGGA Exrj se.at 'Balr4nald,~And are authorised to receive's ibsc!ThC1r8' names, advertisements, and orders for Job Printing, &c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

'.? .:TH'.'.,i. WACCA WA GA EXPRESS,I S- . " '- ** " . . ."A '* ' "* ' " ,BBEElt RI TitG OFFICE, ). SoOra-WAooA. WA.OA. THE' PROPRIETOR begs to inform the j Inhabitants of Wagga Wagga and of the.DKitrildt in general,'that his Office is now rplef with the "'ost Modem Type the Sydney. Markets dcan furisi, combining all ort of Plain and Ornamental Type, Borders, Ornamsonts, &c., together with every facility required to meet the demands of. the present iday. He hopes, with moderate charges, to secure a fair shiare of public patronage, pledg ing himself to: upare neither expense nor exertion to give eatisfactioni. . Plia 'and Ornamental Printing, in every variety and style, rith the utmoSit' lespatch. Ladies'. and Gent's :Address or .Business Cards with neatness and elegance. Posters at a few hours notice... " Handbills, Business Annouheements, Mer ,hant's, Auctioneers,,.and Tradesmen's Busi as. Circulars and BillHeadings, neatly dis fIsy ed. .;*, . * ,;::.".. ., ?. ". Dlruggist'...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

tOu, Readers are requested to forward the amount oJ their Subscripti6n.due Jbr the past Quarter. TJhoa of0 ou, Subscreri'es who live in or near lWaqggd TWdgq c're a.egiieted to call at the Ojie and settle their Accounts, as the out lay'lg7tbeen exceedingly heavy for the: past Qu'e"rter, and .i e are mainly dependent upon Sthe prompt payment of, Subscriptions to meet these expenses. _lerea?f? r no accounts uncon neeted'with the paper mwill be allowed to aeeu. mi;la `b utJ osl"ouch ahesduolate'are expected to be n le 8/14: ?eliveri ,& lFe are led to this deter tinatiun ,tros - :the. neacnyt. Accounto of this descriptioa ,chicA a]a`ho aesnudklafed? atlce the eotablishment. of ,tis -ournal and which still remain unoettled:

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 March 1859

TO COR.ESPONDEN'TS. ('nrespondents in all partB of the Southern Distriets are informed that we shall at all tittli; Be'hFlpya. 14 r~eoiW 'foia the'actounits' of such .1rcal. eynta. as may be deemed worthy of'noticj Mitheair klifferenthnig~bour hloods indeed, such communications will plcasne.a~bito to ths*.Etir ..

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MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. F~i CArrtr.-The eupply during the. past, week as n'uch smaller than for any'previous weeks, aind the quality genorally of an inferior description. ,,The. few prime beasts which .were brought forward fetched from £9 to £12 per ,bnllock, and cowa from £6 to £9. -T0oa CAT?LlE.--A fair enquir el st1 ' fir well-bred . stock. .I have sold last week O0-head o. nn Infe rior sort at £3. S.. per head., delivered near Maidon-s: good lots; howeveri will command from , £3 10; to"4--all bullecks £4 los. to £4 Is. roar Seicar .are in demandd, for New 'Sotlh VWales' flocka? ut 'in 'conoecquenee of the shbrt 'arrivals from that quarter there are very few or no trans ,serioes to report. :.. " '' I I .; act "Sasup --This' mark(t has' been full,. supplied; m o'od wethere sold front IS9,. to 20s S d.;lbut isa T:ior quality was very stll of sale,' atd?hont Ia5. for weter . .'. . . . Hoasss.-The deaued'for good useful stock continue. I sold 34 head tat from ?t7 to£., averagingI£7. ...

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PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

PRICES CURRENT. E a. d. .i. 'd; WOOL.-Fair to best...; b, .0 7. to:. 03 2.I'1 Inferior ....... .. . 9 1 ' to 0 .1+ 7 HRndwashed... ,.0 1 .3' to 0 :1 11' Greaso .... ,.. 0 0 10 to" 0 1 3' Locks, pieces,&tc. ' ~ 0:;0 8 to ';0 1'". 4 Sourd ....:. .....\.,...;,0 .1'10. to 0 0, . 4, 9nsersits ............. 0.,.... . 0 . to .0. 101 TALLow.-- utn ton......ton,:47 ",'0 to 3 0 SBeef....*:......"* 40' 0" 0 6" to04 . " 0 0 . aittln .........: ,. '45 0 0 to.. 0 0' olstn?.--Heavy ......c. acrht, 0 9 0 to 0 13.0 ....Lighl .. .......0 0 to 0 .0 IioRan .. a, . 00 1 0 0 to '110 0 SiIAtK ..O.to.'......;..h.' h 'too; 5 a 0 to :: to "0. 0' IL.'ALCrt ....(...... t0..... 0b, 0 1 0 to .0 3":.0 FAT BaO ............. :.. , ..... . 1 to .0 0 Si TLnaco Bar ........ . 130 0 to 0 8 0 Hoess:. Staunchheavydraught 30 :0 ,0' to(?40.. 0. e Ditto, light ............. o .'0. 0 to 20. 0. Ditto gig and saddle 1 0 0to 0 0 0 DIitto light hackneys 0 0 0 to 10 0' 0 Pr CATr?I. (ali)l. "p100)., Ol,15 4 to 0 17 0 Cows....

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

(From the Goieriaineent Gazette, M?arch 8.) WAooA WAoOA, on the firstday of March, fron Brookong, by P. H. Osburne, Esq.; damages and driving 5s.'.per head:-Yellow cow, Wit over DY off ribs,-" over.JM on: rump; red ox,, LN-near ribs ; - strawberry cow, 0 with cross in centre.off rump, illegible rand over 2 on thigh; red cow, like RR :off. rump;:red ox, :DG off rump and ribs ; red:ox, IT ovvr T off rump and ribs;- red cow, TY or Xl raump and ribs; black cow, Wj, on. ribs; red and- white -ox, eeW off rump; red cow, J off rump,.33'on thigh; red- and white or, AXS over 2 off ribs; red and white ox, SW eff rump; brindle-.heifer, illegible brand off rump; red poley cow, 110C near rump; brindle steer, TJ.- over 0- off rump; black cow, A over 3 off ribs; red ox, DD off rump, Ithigh; strawberry cow, CX near rump, 3 over 66 on ribs, like' A, off back; red poley cow, MW off ribs TM. on rump,- W on- thigh; brown cow, PC off rump andsahoulder; blank ox. AM near ramp and ribs; .red ox, RC off ram...

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Colonial Intelligence. NAVIGATION OF THE DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

NIV'i'NVIGATION OF THE DARLING. -Captain Cadells effort -to, navigate the River Darling has .been' very success ful: for a first -attempt.. . He has not' managed to reach Fort Bourke, which,; ,from its being the point: where inany .streams unite, is populary presumed to, be the head of :nabigation. but he has got over more than: half the distance. He entered the 'River: Darling on the; 2 ?7th January, in four days he. reached; Laidley's :Ponds, where the river forms' an elbow, and in! four :.days" more he. reached ,Mount. 'Murchison.,!Byi, the. ,.winding .course boff the r?ivetr 'thiss: is ,probably about :five or si.i hundred ,miles; as the crow ..flies it. would be about: two, hundred. From .1.ount Murchison. to'.Fort .Bourke 'would. be a dray journey of about ' one ,hundred and,..seventy. miles. A. successful at ..tempt, was made to ascend, a' little further, still, but we ' presume it was found undesirable to push' on, as. the vessel soon turned back, and reached the junction on...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

SPRODUCE CIRCULAR.. WooL.-A degree of inactivity his 'displayed Itself in the demand for this article Of station produce, Swhich doubtless arises from the atbsnco of the SEnglish mail now overdue, the arrival of which S may probably stimulate buyers il their operations. SUtXPStKNS remain-without alteratfion f price; the parcels sold this day were low-conditioned, and Sbrought from Bid. to .d. per lb. TALLOW is in brisk demand among the:own trade, who are ready- prchasers of all parcels coming to hand. , .HIDEs.-IHeavy well-cured parcels"are' In much' re quest: those .old- thi day are inferior, with the exception of two lolt, via., 608 averaging from 50 lbs. to 0) lbs., at 16. Od,, and 93 at 2s, tihe latter parcel averaging 50 lbs. R ESULT OPF SALES. SWool, NO over D, 2 bales of locks (dniaged)iat12d.; sheepskins, I lot at 81d., 1 ditto atd;., hides, 03at 161., 117 at 8s. fd. 54 at 7. Gd. 698 (on board ship. Jeson) at.16. Od.; horns, 1 lot at 21s.; mess beef, 14 tierco at 74.., 4 a t...

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STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

OARtL t £ LND RiNOlIAia report that the, de;,, 'n f fo 'et'nro" cattle"hes Increased. .Oui"salt this w?eelhavebheen, bullockl at eos, to OSs--iteetri'hd hclfEls, age. two to four, 4s. .mixed lots, ages two to sexe, 40s. :We have sold one draft'o gocd store cattle mind sexes, delivered in the Southern dlstricts at k3 ISt. SStore sheep rcotinaein good demand avad outtrpiiceia for wetbcrs average Its. id. to 12s., good wel 10,.:d. to l Is. There arc some large drafts of very superior sheep belonging to W. G. Perry and Mr. S. B. Walker just starting for the Southern distriets, thse are likely to sell at advanced rites; Wool.-Nothing tdong until the mail arrives. Stationsi.-Thete are several persons now in town .wishing to purchase' good sheep. stationk.. We have sold a catile run: with 1300 I.ead of :cattle at . IS2.. perhead. Fattening stations are aleo in good demand. 11, York-str eetS i . , . lo. '.Ot' Mar€ , 1859,. i'..

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MUNICIPALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

MUNICIPALITIES. WVHTATEVaR may be the merits of par. :ticilar ..clauses in the Municipalities Act, however we may be inclined to .characterise its pecuniary provisions as niggardly and inadequate, it ought to be roceived by the country in a spirit of thankfulness. No one ac qnainted, in the alightest .degree, with the history of our Mlother Country, needs be inforried, that the main prin. ciples it embodies, are as old as the a~xon race itself. 'Its rudimental machintry was landed with' HI?ENST and Hons.it from the old forest homes of *Germaniy, where its' merita .had heeni uotiied anid cominented upon by the philosophic Tacitus; and its effects on the national character and peculiar development of the English have been abiding and salutary. We have heard, indeed, much said of' late of the beauty and perfections of administrative cen tralization, but we are of those who maintain, that, in -the case of a free. people, the'less the Government does for: ýis,- and the more we -do for ou...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

SECOND DAY., FsTa RAC.--The Publicans' Purse of S30: sovs., with: a sieep of one sOy, each, (the sweep to go to the second horse) for all horses, weight for age, heats twie, round the Mr. Andrews' b.Z. W~bsker, aged .. ....... : Mr. Moreton's b.g. Kangaroo, 5 yr.. . i... 2. Mr. T. A. Pennell's b.g. Sovereign, aged ..:... 8 In going round the first time,'it was a first. lass. race ; a blanket would have'puvered them. It became quite evidentthat Whisker, as he passed the grand stand, would be the winner as he shot a-head-like a thunderbolt and was never caught again, beating Kanga. roo and Sovereign in a etnter. In the second beat, Whisker prooved himself a first-class animal; from the start, it was quite clear that the other horses had not a ghost of a chance; and, after passing the stand,, this time as before,'he ran completely away from the other horses,.and was declared the winner of the Pnblican' Pnrse, the backers of. Sov ereign looking uttterable thin.in. SEcoND RAco. -The Ladi...

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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

SYDNEY. [rano3 otaL COnaaRvoYDurT.) Dtllness supreme reigns in politie., Mr, CowFer has abandoned his ittention of acting upon the vote in.favour of:administered re form, and all the contemplated opposition h-s in consequence been withdrawn. Mr. Bayley the Attorney-General has been placed in Ihe cabinet, and for the short remainc:er of the session will represent the Government in the Council. Mr. Hargrave the Slicitor-General has been making agauod speech at East Cam. den, and it is expected he will be returned without opposition. On Wednesday last it was discovered thct a frand had been committed on the Ptst-otlfle, by the Poitmnater at Ketnpsey, a Mr. Isnaes. Infortmtiou was sent up of his sudden dis appeairance from Kempsey, and a sharp look. out was kept for him. He was in the act of presentiug some cheques which he had ex ttactel from letters at the Commercal Bank, when he was detained on a charge of robbery. robbery. He was acc.mpattied by an accom plice, who was also apprehen...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

SST. P iTRfCK'S DAY RACES. These races came off as advertised, on Thursday.and.Friday,.March 17th..and 18th,. on the South Wagga Wagga Race Course. The weather over head was beautiful, and the course in fine condition. Everything passed off well, with the exception of one or two fights. The following is a list of the' races:. TFn9T DAY. Feas RAca --The Maiden 'Plate of .20 'sovs., one mile azid a half, one event, !for' all horses ,that have never woh an advertised prize; weight for age. Mr. Moreton's b.g Kangaroo, 5 yrs, 9r t. 1b....... 1. Mr. Andrew'sb.g. Dublin Jack, aged.9st9. b ...... 2 Mr J. tooo , b.g. llotspur, 5 ys., st, ib. ........ S Mr.'Sawyer'sb.g. Brlen O'Llnn, 3Syrs., 75t. I l1b... bolted Mr. M. Bourke's b.g. Bally, aged ... .. ... dr. Mr. M. Bourke's b g.Cooraman, aged ....... dr. This was a very exciting race. Iltspur took the lead, followed closely by' Kangaroo Dublin Jack third, and Brien O'Linn fourth. At the half-mile post, Kangaroo overtook Hotspur and passed hi...

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