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EMU BAY RAILWAY AND PUBLIC WORKS LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

EMU 'BAY RAILWAY' \xn puniiic Avoitiis leac;uk. — , — « ? A meeting of members of the above league, who were appointed' nt the recent public meeting, was held at Wheeldon's Commercial Hotel on Saturday night when the following gentleman were present : — Messrs. T. Wise uum, C. H. Hull, E. J. Tmcey, J. W. Norton Smith, W. Wheeldon, T. J. Crisp, C. T. Harris, A. G. Hnrrison, J. Mylnn, and 11. Biimle. The meeting wns called for the purpose of electing ollicors for the lengiio which wns proceeded with ns follows : — Chairman, T. J. Crisp j secretnry, Mr. C. H. Hull : treasurer, Mr. A. G-. Harrison. Mown). 11. Montngu-Browne, nnd It. Stunrt Snunderson were elected nuilitom. It wns decided that tho llnnk for the league he the Yank oE Van Dieinaii's Lund. Subscriptions to tho league were paid by the members present, and also by Mr. Hall for Messrs. 11. Montngu-Browne nnd Moiling ton. Tho following gentlemen were added to theconunittee : — Messrs. It. Rutherford, sour., A Moiiiiington, C. W...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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BURNIE FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

nviiA'i is irooviiAxx. OI.VII. — w ? The nunii.l meeting of the members 'of the l)uru;e Football Club was held nt Wiicel don's Co'vinc .elnl Motel .'ust .Saturday night, wh«n II to wrs a large at(e';iliiiicc. Mr. K. G. Spotswood vas voted to the chair. The se at y rer.. I the follow ; g AKXUAIi KHl'OItT : 'It is w't'.i extreme s-.tisfact 'on that your foaii ? .tee have to report tho fact t'uit the ilm-u'e Football duo mny fail ly claim the premier po^lbn oi the North West Coast. During tiio past season seven matches have been plnyl, four of which were won and three drawn ; 35 goals 78 behhula were obl-.lned against 10 goals 30 behlnds. Scvit.I other matches should havo been plrycd, but some of the Coast clubs failed to j.ul in an appeamnee. Your committee miistngnin draw attention to the necossity for more regular nttcmlr.ncc nt practice,''' tunny goals having been lost through the kickers I eing out of form. The public have taken great interest in all matahen played, the average ut...

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TASMANIAN NEWS. HOBART. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

TASBJANIAN NEWS. [I)V Kl.EOTMC TEtjKGllAl'H.] (FJtOM OUK OWN' OOnUlisPONDENT.) HOItAKT. , ? - . '?--' Tuesday Night. A Gazette Extmoi'iUnnry wns issued yes terday calling upon nil persons desirous ot having their names placed upon the electoral roll to forwimt'their claim to the returning ollicor of their district forthwith. An old resident named Joseph ShciTout has died at the advanced nge of !-3 years, having been In I lie colony for (!U years. Deceased for many yearn followed tho vocation of schoolmaster in Burnett-street, Hobnrr, nud for some time was employed in tho Customs department, having received Ills appointment nt the hands of Colonel Arthur. He wns well kuowu nt one time in Lnimccstou. November 1. From the following return of costs in connection with tho proceedings taken by the Government against the Main Line Rnlltvny Company, which has been presented to Parliament, it, will be scon thnt they amount lo a good round sum, nud with Ilia price pniil for the line nud about...

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THE PIGEON AND THE OWL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

THE PIGEON AND THE OWL. There once was a pigeon, as I havo heard Bay, . Who wished to be wise ;'.,?. And sho thought to herself, I will go to the owl, Perhaps ho'll advise j ' ' ' ? And if all ho tolls mo I carefully do I'm sure to got wisdom. And then away she flew. ' ? ' . ' Now when littlo Miss Pigeon arrived; at tho barn, '- , - ? Sho found tho owl thero. Most humbly she cooed out hor wish, but the owl . . .... Did nothing but stare. . , ' Woll, woll,' thought MisB Pigeon, '.but ol courso i i ? I can wait; ? ' I will not interrupt him, for his wisdom is BO great.' ? ; Sho waited and waited. At last the owl blinked, ? , And deignod a remark ; II Oh, you will never bo wise, foolish pigeon, unless '? You stay in tho dark, And strotch your small eyes; and fly out in the night; ' ' . . , And cry — ' Hoo— oo^-oo,' with all your might.' ' So littlo Miss Pigeon to praotico began ; But all sho could do Her eyes would not strotch, and her voice would not chango . , Jts soft, gontlo coo;1 ...

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SHIPPING. BURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

SHIPPING. ARRIVED. November 1,— Iforoton, b.s,, C81 tons, A, Jl'Eaohern, from Lnuuceston nnd Dovon port, x Novomljor B. — Herbert, b.s., 150 tons, 0, Tnit, from Mncqunrio Harbour. Novomljor 8.— Star, s.b., 10 tons, W, Holy man, jun., from Lnuuccston mul Coast ports. Cargo — CO cnscs condonsed milk for Warn tali, largo lot of goiicrnl morohnndlso nnd sundries. Novombor 8.— Violet, kotoh, fromLuun ceston. Cargo— Qunntity of Oregon pinofor T, Kenner, nnd sundries, SAILED. Novomner 8, — Horbort, s.s., 159 tons, 0, Talt,for Launccston. November 1. — iloreton, s.b., 581 tons, A, M'Eachorn, for Stanley nnd Melbourne Passengers — For Melbourne ;— Jlesdiuncs Ford, Ourrnn, Park; Misses Colo, Paul; Messrs. S, Maddorn, Hosklns, G. ? Patterson, W. King, Blnokwoll, W. Webb, B. Scott, It. W. Alfortl j B in tko steerage, nnd a number of through passengers from Waratah. For Stanley— Messrs. J. M'Qucstlon, 0. Gibson, A, E, Edgar, nnd Master Ford. Onrgofor Melbourne — 2000ft. blnckwood, mul 75 bags po...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

PuliUihcd Eccry IVeihiatlay and Satunlay WUDFESBAY, tfOVJJMBUll S, 1S0O. By ' Tho Electoral Act 1800,' which has re ccircd the Koynl Assent of the Governor, a few alterations nre made with respect to the persons requiring to take out notices of claims to vote nt an election for a member of the House of Assembly. Instructions have been sent to the returning officers In cacli electoral district concerning same, nnd we arc indebted to Mr. A. K, Chapman, return ing officer for tho district of Wellington, for an Inspection of advance copies of the new forms. The old act provided that persons qualified to vote In respect of freehold estate, leasehold estate, ownership or occupancy of any property, ns shown by the assessment roll, should make -their claims to vote ; but under tho nowact, which will como into force In n day or two, nnd govern the forthcoming election, such persons arc not required to make a claim to vote, as it is tho duty of the returning officer In every district to enter...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

COMMERCIAL, ? ^ — All lines of produce remnln perfectly stagnant. No-transactions of any kind have come under . our notice, the only:shlpnient 'since last issue being 75 bags potatoes per ' lloreton on Saturday, Captain Jones being the shipper. ?Our. Sydney correspondent) wires that Xasmanian potatoes arc quoted at £2/5/,, New Zealand, £2/10/., to £S. There are only about 200 bags Tnsrnanlnn potatoes in stock and scarcely any New Zealand.

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [llV SiniMAUIN'U OAllIiR.] (1'JIOM OUlt OWNlOpitltCSl'ONJJENTS.) YICTOltlA. v MEl.nouitNK, Tuesday. Mr. Munro's now Ministry consists ot the following ! — 1'roiuier mid. Treasurer, Mil nro j Attorney-General and Minister of Hallways, Shids ; Chief Hcorotnry ami. Commissioner of Customs, Lnugrldgo ; Minister of Lands and Agriculture, .M'.Loau ; Public AVorks, Wheeler j AVutcr Supply, G r.iliain ; Post mnstor-Geneml, Duffy; Minister of Jllnes, Oulilm j Dofoiicu and Education, Surgood ; Minister of Justice, Davids. '? Tho now Ministry will bo sworn in to-morrow. lluslncss was almost suspended to-day in consequence of the Cup meeting. . There nro no fresh developments of Iho strike. A bazaar to aid distressed families in con nection with thu strike wus opened to-night by Mr, Alfred DeaUlu.

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CONSOLIDATED REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

'CONSOLIDATED nEVENTJE RETUHNS. The following arc tho receipts of the con . solidntod revenue for the month of October :— Customs— ? £ s. d. Hobnrt ... ... ? ... 13,0GS . V 4 Launceston ... ??-.., „. 13,810 2 0 Stanley ... ... ... ISO 0 1 Burnic ... . ..,,., . ... 801 8 10 Devonport ... :.. - ... 1000 4 8 TJlvcrstono ... _,.., : ... 01 11 1 -Total ... r /..*'':..'. 29,103 IB 7 Bond rents ... ; ';;_'''/... 244 12 4 Beer duty ... ' -.v. ' ... 1201 0 0 Land tax ? .I- ?' '... 10,575 15 0 Dividend tax ... ~r-':;.i ..'.'....'.. 181 17 « Inland revenue ? ... 9007 18 1 ?Territorial revenue-:.'.';! :'-';.S-fl8,H)b 1U 6 Tasmaninn Hnilwnys- ?'.. ' ;~... 11,050 10 9 . Miscellaneous receipts:-^ j.7Tr_ r:87 11 11 Total' ... ''??«';'.; '??;.?l|21i! .0 !)

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) DILLON IN NEW YORK. LONDON, NOVEMBER, 3. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

CABLEGKAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, fHv SuiiMAiiiNH Caulk.'! (I'Ult ItBUTEIt'S AOKNOV.) * ? DILLON IN NKW YOUK. LONDON. NovusiiiKlt, !). J, Dillon, M.I'., who has arrived In Now York, in nddiossliig. n meeting last night, ndvlsed tho people ot Amorlcn not to send ' raliof to tho pooplc of Ireland at present. *

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Parliamentary News. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

l*ni'iitiiiioii(»i',r A'ctvN. TO THB EniTOIl. Sin— Mr. Uooley is reported to have given notice to move on Tuesday (this evening) that the House having In its wisdom (/) made provision for payment of future mem ber's of 1'n rl In men t, deems It just nud equitable to place on rcconl Its appreciation ot the pnst services of members by recom mending the Ciovorumcnt to Issue to any ex-member, who may apply for Die niiiic, nnil who has served as a member of Parliament for a term of five years, a free pass for life over all Tnsiunuinn Government ltnilwnys. Ha, ha, ha I Good ; very good, indeed, Mr. Doolcy, but 1 venture to think the motion cnii be improved upon, and I now suggest that you add to your motion thu following : — 'his wife and family, and in case of a picnic a special carriage bo supplied ; ami further, that said ex-menibnr, his wife nud family, be allowed to frank letters and telegrams.' See that this is added at once for st is very ha it I to say if you will ovce have the op...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

? :'.-? Special Artvci'llNcinciits. ??????? ? ? wqu-stcii;^-^--' ! . ? ? -t.r -?-.*. -i-i ?? ^ THE public are Ve^hy^noliftal- that Mr. F. G. Henderson, latsjrihhnger of our 'West Devonport BrhnelrT'teho .longer in our employ. All commLtmicatlpris'to bo addressed - ho the firm only. *-**t t^S-^- . -r. T. EDGKRTON;'and Co. - LajjflSfiB|anf.Sydney and ..... ? yfcsp Devonport. .— ? v.j..j?lte^r- ? — BASH OX1 VAtf-anjEMAJT'S IjA^», ilOiWcrt.' : A BRANCH of this Bank isVoW OPEN nt BUBNIB, Emu Bayj&imJcr tlioriiinnngc ment of Mb. a. E HArifimo},'. - w. o. b'bowne, , ? Jlitnagpr. j) Io Covrc«i»onrt«iit«. ? Correspondonco is invited upon all mnttors of public interest. All communications, accompanied by the nnmo of the writer (not necessarily for publication), should bo addressed to tho Editor of The Wellington, . iliines. All business communications should be addressed to Harris and Co. AllNtVOl'N t«» OOl'rUNIIttlMlttlltM, [Under this bonding wo will publish replies to nil questions...

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SELECTIONS FOR AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

BBLE0TIO1TS FOR AUTOGRAPH ? ALBUMS. ? * ? Tliey. who havo light in tlionisclvcs will not rovolvo as uatclllteH, Our (troatost glory consists not in novor failing, but in rising ovory tinm wo fall. Bo kind to all, bo Intlmato with tow. And may tlio (ow ba wall ohoson. - llosos, without thorns, tor thco. .Mny wo always rcinnin as good friohds al wo nro uqighuors. , Tlio iruo happinoss is found In nmldng olhors liappy, ' 'I Speak of mo kindly when lifo's dreams ara o'or ; Sponk of me gently whon I am no more That hop and you ; ? Bright days will viow. Guard well my thoughts ; our thoughts aro hoard in hoavon. Your birthday will always bo green in the niombry of your frionds. Woman's iloklo, bo's man ; . A Iruo olthor's hard to find. ' What 1 Writo in your album, for critics to Bpy? ? ; For tlio Icarnod to laugh at ? No, not I. Whon I, poor olf , hnvo vanished in vapor, May still my memory live on paper. ' . Begin poor, ami you will well romombor what you'vo got and how you've got it.' ...

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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. "IT WILL DO TO-MORROW." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

CHILDREN'S COLUMN. '.'IT WJLP DO TO-MORROW.' I havo a very good story' to tell you this ivook. . . ? , Olat Potorson was novor in a hurry. If his wifo said—' I must havo some moro flour to-day, or tliero will bo no broad for our broakfnst to-morrow, do go to the mill,' ho would uay — , . . 'You aro always fidgeting, I.dnrosay itwill do to-morrow.' '??.': ???-??-. And then Linn would havo to borrow from her neighbours to provont tho children going hungry to school, while Olaf sauntorcd off with an empty sack over his shoulder. Onco his habit of putting olf saved his lit tlo crop of hay, lov a thunderstorm washed away a pood deal of his friends' that was cut, while his, being standing, oscaped without in jury, and ho never tired of pointing to this occasion, and called his indolcnco wisdom. Ono nfternoon a boy came running towardB him, crying— . , ? ' ' -, ' Oh, Potorson, tho rivor ia rising fast, it is nearly at tho top of tho dyke by 'your Held of corn.' , ' Thank you, Johan, I will...

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CUP DAY. GLORIOUS WEATHER. AN ENORMOUS ATTENDANCE. CARBINE WINS THE CUP. A WONDERFUL PERFORMER. THE FASTEST TIME ON RECORD. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

€UP DAY. GLOIUO0S WKATHB11. AN KNOHMOUS ATTENDANCE. CAIUIINK WINS THE CUP. A WONDlUtKUL PKUKOltMEH. THE FASTEST TIME ON KECOHB. (UV SUBMAKINK CA11M3.) (l'HOM OUlt Sl'EOIAr. COHltKSl'OXDKNT.; MBDUOUiiiCii, Tuesday. The second day's racing of the V.lt.C, 'Cup Diiy,' 'took place nt I'lemlngton to tiay. Tlio wentlier wns glorious, nnd there wns an enormous attendance, tho gmnd stands, hill, and other parts of the course being packed. Tho vlce-regnl party wns present, including Lord Hopctoun nnd suite, Lord nnd Lady Cnrringtou, Earl ilvintore nnd suite. The big mcc ot tho .dny wns won by the grcnt chnmpion Cnrbine, who won easily by three lengths with tho great weight of 10»t. Bib. up in the fastest time on record. It goes without saying that tho win was a popular- one, as the mighty Carbine was heavily backed. No one will begrudge Mr. Wallace his win, us he is a most popular limn, and noted for 'straight running.' Jinny thousands of pounds were won on Carbine's victory, and it is estima...

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V. R. C. SPRING MEETING. DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

Y.H.C SPRING MEETING, — . ? «. — : — l IHTCItliY DAY. 'L'hu V.11,0, Spiiug Meeting commenced on Saturday under most favourable niiHplcua, wo gather from nn exchange. The weather ' wofl dollghtf ill, anil the attendance was very largo, inoliidlng IioiiIh Hopctouu ntnl Kiiiloro. Thu day's racing was of a most enjoyable if not exalting cliariiotci-. Great intorchl win nmniCcHtcil In thu Melbourne KtnkcH, in which sovorul horses well thought ' oC for tlio Melbourne Cup wcra engaged. The cbnniplon Cnrlilnu, who looked in the pink ofipeomlltlon, wns n pronounced favourite, leaving tho 'paddock nt 8 to I on. Melos wns also' well bnekcil, but I ho race proved the softest oC things for Jtr. WallncoV horse ; ho wnH senrccly called upon, nnil won easily, with Gresford scconil and Molos third. Rnclngpnst tho sheds, Melon wns absolutely IiihI, but before a furlong had boon covered had run up second on tho extreme outside, but could not maintain the position. Immediately after the race a disposit...

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THE YOUNG CADET; OR, THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel. CHAPTER XI. PROVOCATION AND ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

''J- ? THE YOUNG CADET; on, the] Tnrnfe of Fortune'* WUvel. BY , (BBN.PERLBY POOBE. CHAPTER XI. PROVOCATION AND AB8ATJLT. Evil tidtogs tntvel swiftly. Hnrdly had Clement Spencer returned to West Point, when the most astounding stories concern ' Ing him were put into circulation. At first thoy were mere rumours, which circulated from barrack to barrack, llko a drop of oil which, though hardly YiBiblo nt first, soon snlllcs the whole ftbrio upon which it hnB fallen. Rumours catting discredit upom his parent age »ooa-grow bolder, and finally fortified themadrcs by corrobating circumstances, each more injurious than its predecessor. For some days Clement was too much absorbed in his own griefs to notice tho cool glancei of those with whom ho had previously been on familiar terms. He had lost his kind godfather, and the world was but a dreary wa«te— only illumined by tho pros pect that he might yet enjoy the love of bin cherished Ida. During the day he was to n great extent absorbed in h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

R. S. TAYLOR & Co.; ULVERSTONE. Tiitiul. JENtnt^v Commission. llllll Milling:' Ayoilts. Farms, Country, mid Town Lots for Bale, and ?ellable information abtnincil concerning nil land on Ilia North-West Const AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED] ' In what ago did Bonlanger live V asked the teacher in 1008. ' The potage,' cried the smart boy who rends nineteenth century jest books. Gabby : ' How did you get that dreadful cold 1' Snuffloton : ' Id tho dntuml iray, stoopid I S'posc I advertised for plain mid spodifiontlods 1' Guest : ' You have got your finger in my soup.' Waiter: 'Oh, that's nil right j it sn't hot.' ... ? _ ONI,Y A LITTLE GIRT.,. ' Did sho loavo nny ohlldron ?' ' . ? » l'os, this bit of a child,' ... 'And who'll- takahor?' ' 1 don't know. Wo nro nil vory. poor around horo, sir, but wo must find hoi- a plnco somowhoro. God horn the littlo girl, for slio'a all nlono now.' Tho sexton had culled at an old tonoinont houso on Lafayolto street to tako a body to a pauper's Hold —...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

'Mijle Competition, »l«l|rle.y. IN connection with the above a SPECIAL TltAIN will leave Burnlo on MONDAY November 10, at 10 a.m., returning from ltitlgley nt li.lo p.m. Heturn tickets avnilabe for ordinary or special will be issued at 2/U. J. W. NoiiTo.v-SaiiTH, Maungcr. Emu JJaynnd Mount DischoiE llailwny. BUENIE RIFLE CLUB. TOWN HALL, BTJKNLK. A C 0 N~C E 11 T : Will bo given on MONDAY, 10th NOVKMUBlt, 1800. At eight o'clock p.m. Admission— Front Seats, 2/. j Hack Seats, 1/. And n Grand Will take place on TUESDAY, 11th NOVEMBEH, 18110. At 8-30 oVIoek p.m. Single Tickets, fl/, ;'Double Tickets, 7/0. To be obtained of the undersigned, Proceeds in aid of the fund for clearing the Association llauge at Itidgley. A. II. RIXIAIt, Secretary, :??:??? ii jin.r iiitiiwu.v -v l*ni-iic YI'orliM T-ohs'iic. : WHLUXliTON KLKOTOI1ATK. A 1,1, persons whose names are not on the Electoral ltoll arc i-ei|uestcd to npply at oiieo to unv member of the Conimitte.1, till) nlltcu of Tim ll'rltinufnii 7Vi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 5 November 1890

XJie Httui. TH10 TIIOnOVJailDItKD HIH15 COLUMBUS WlMi BTAND THIS 8I5ASOK AT For tlio servlco of a limited number of marcs. , „ , ColunibuH ix ii chestnut hoivo by Smuggle]', from Alicu Drew, by AtlioH, from Undine, by Kelpie, from Hipped lle.-wy, by St.1 Jolm, from' Uesslo Itodlum, by lions' JCniigrnut, from Ktelln, by l'ctor Fin, from Wpnowife (imp.) Smuggler by l''l»lienimn (Imp.) Winner of 70 IIiicch. Columbus was n good performer, as bis ninny victories show. He won thu Australian Cup, V.lt.C. Town l'lnlc, llallnmt Cup, V.H.O. Handicap, WuiKlit-fbr-Atfo race, in which lie detailed iUnrtlmliilo, Kwivcllor, Havnur.kn, Uellnilniin, and I'ollio i besides rimitt iif; two ilciil hcatu for Gucloiif; Cup, Columbus Ih the niro of Kewr.il whipou in Victorin, niul has taken Kintt i'lizo at the National Agricultuml Kociety'« Hhow, Vic torin. 1'EllMS : X4/10. ForfurthorpiirtlcularHapply to tho Owner, OHAUIVKS TAUVLOW, . Stanley, Circular Ileail. THK THOUOUGIIUllKD KNTIUU 1IO11SK , AUTUMN Wil...

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