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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

TROTTING AT EPPING TO-DAY DIVISIONS LIKELY IN TRIAL HANDICAP. The New South Wales Trotting Club will race this afternoon it Epping, and, despite the Moorefield meeting, a good crowd is sure to be in attendance. The sport looks like being good, all the best performers we have being entered, and it certainly appears as if the Trial Handicap will have to be run in divisions. Bal main, Annandale, Lilyfield, and special trams will be the means of transit, and r&cing will commence at 1.30 p.m. If a few of the follow ing run they may get a place or two: TRIAL HANDICAP : First Division. ISLAND LADY or GAY LADDIE. Second Division. BANKSTOWN LAD or LORD DENVER. GLEBE HANDICAP : PEACES or BLACKPOOL. FLYING HANDICAP : WOODSTOCK or AMIE DALY. TRAMWAY HANDICAP : GAY BOB or DING DONG. TROTTING CLUB HANDICAP : BLACKPOOL or MARVIN WILKIE. EPPING HANDICAP : BOBRIKOFF or TARTAN RIBBONS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEE AND HAW. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

HEE AND HAW. George Hee and Frank Haw were arrested for speeding too fast near Sydney not so long ago. Hce and Haw went motoring Upon the highway on the high; They made such speed they couldn't read The names of towns that flitted by. 'Hce hce,' laughed Haw, in boyish glee, 'Haw Haw,' re-echoed joyous Hee. They sped along where Sydney soil Of learning yields a bumper crop. When with a rush from out the brush - Appeared the city motor cop. Said he: 'Your names; I am the law!' One answered 'Hee' the other 'Haw.' The day was hot, likewise the cop, And 'ncath the collar getting raw. 'Don't laugh at me,' said he to Hee. 'Cut out that stuff,' said he to Haw. 'Come to the gaol; I'll let you see I'll have no male hee-haw at me.' 'We do not josh,' said Mr. Haw; '7 'I've lots of money in the bank— Hec's name is George, and I'll disgorge The fact that 1 am labelled Frank— Here is my card, observe the Haw.' 'My card,' said Hce; 'I'm his shofaw.' Lieut. H. M. De Burgh, the Sydney Untver sity cri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.A.T.C. STEEPLE MEETING SELECTIONS BY PILOT. CRIMEA TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

V.A.T.C. STEEPLE MEETING SELECTIONS BY PILOT. ':/ CRIMEA TRIAL : RUDAS ? 1 Hoprie ? 2 Noble Bonnie or King's Bounty .. 3 STEEPLECHASERS' FLAT RACE : GLENQUINN ? 1 BallisU ? 2 Rsndrock ? 3 AUSTRALIAN HURDLE RACE : WISCONSIN ? .. 1 Sir Prim ? 2 Lord Grey ? 3 BALACLAVA STAKES : BRIDGES ? I Pretty Bobby ? 2 Caracre ? 3 MOONPAH STEEPLECHASE : ' ROYAL LETTERS ? 1 Home Rule ? 2 Bonnie Ceorce ? 3 MORNINGTON WELTER: ALLEYN ? 1 Linass .' ? 2 Nari ? ?? *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.A.T.C. SEPTEMBER MEETING FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, AUGUST 5. CRIMEA TRIAL—5 furlongs. (To start at [?]p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

V.A.T.C. SEPTEMBER MEETING FIRST DAY— SATURDAY, AUGUST 5. CRIMEA TIUAL— 8 turlocc*. (To itart at l.W p.m.; ? -t r» n ib Lant«r Plume .... 0 4 Dame LybU ? 7 \ Sir Traquair ? i) * l'ercj's 1-Vney .. .. 7 1 Hanger .. ? 8 7 Wltucrc ? ..7 2 I'lsbtUic - Bub .... 8 7 lord Antony ? 7 i llooitrj- ? 8 2 Faille ? 7 1 Lord Anunt ? .. 8 1 Mabu ? 7 0 Laddas .. .. .. .. 3 u Ml» Royal lien .. 6 13 «rljht»a:cr .. .. .. 7 IS sccfon ? a nr Maple leaf ? T 13 Unlonl ? U 13 Viteltoiy ? 7 12 Mallniirii ? 8 i3 lioprls ? T 11 'looisrvcan ? ti Vt itu'Ju.. ?? ?? ?? ?? 7 11 Muri IIori .. .... Ill CircenocV ? 7 I) Lady Molt ? H 10 i.-. Anthony ? - a ltys ? a 10 htliin ... .. .: ..7 3 Doraiidor ? (110 1'ci.ct .. .. '.. .. ; II Mailer I'todel .. .. -i V 1'rinCf VerJun .. .. ' a L'^iuriglit . . .. ., u II Alor Star ? - 8 llotuilor ? e i Msrco ri'Or .. .. .. ; 7 Uriilu ? ...US Noble Ueu-!e .. .. V : Bridge End ? 8 3 Kiln Ora .. .; .. 7 C Almo .. .. .. ..... C 7 Kind's fJounty .. .. T 'j Tra^ovcl ? « 7 (ioMcn shut ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE J.C. RACES OPENING HANDICAP—7 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

NEWCASTLE J.C. RACES OPKNIXti HANDICAP— 4 farlonp. ?t !b »» » Lord Xajar ? 10 4 Pemlan Ot ? S « Pamcre ? 0 M QIA Cun ? u RiLlraa ? Itl lionird ? ;' UoodHcM ? S ? Alice Kenllworth .. ? ? j Persian Girl ? a i Mi« Cslnun .. .. 8 2 | Tom- Blue ? «l Kin; Jltr ? -? '- ; D.ILP. ? S I Jollv lionohoe .. ...» ? , Chantry ? ..8 0 | PAOi: nELTER— 7 {urlonr*. j Cathedral ? 10 0 Goldfinn ? * ? Sir Willie ? UIO Vim*. ? ' 1! Bob Bunsoir ? 9W l.orJ Clarit ? 7 . Tarcet ? :- 10 The Acolyte ? 7 7 Kins Hampton .. .. 0 'I Tarilla ? .77 Mylhie ? .l 1- Sinikanic ? 7 7 V«-Lu ? s S jHii Jioityn ? '7 ?Malnfeather ? 8 ?-? Alrisht ? 7 7 KUtbaaa. ? « 'J Klnj's Lad ? 7 7 Mount Alf ? So THIttX-VEAKOLU IIAXDICAP-8 (urloojn. IJniitre ? 11 S Politick ? 7 1 Alice KenUworth ?? * I* Mountain Monarch ..7 0 Graml Vizier ? :? 7 Lord Ibex ? « 12 Double Strcnith .. !- 12 Wywoaj ? « 7 CohVrt ? » « J!i;rlc ? B 7 Hoyard ? 7 2 Ye:man ? « 7 AL'GL'iil' ILVNIIICAP— li mile and 101 yanLv Ijidj Donl.'onn .. .. « -r Yankee York .. .. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

H H i\[l) wqw brow b a jtf^] fSBf! bright , sparkling; wS^ Wfamli bQvora-g'Q, and is |l&$|- -. absolutely wholesome,— iw&Lf '{' perfect in. flavour,—- ., ^i|fe|ff ''.; i:scr.M.nN'T vai.uk in every respect each pipe guaranteed. / I ??^sz?- m I ™ '' ! PRICE« ? -I IN ALL j; g/ H™'' 9a^- | LEADING ia^T-J^;^^- 3 A v SHAPES [\^ ^=*= ? _. /? : i| i§^ UsbSS*— «^ j poST FREE. j THE EOWLS iic c. ii.e nnest q ualiiy scltctcd briar root, j '/- THE MOUTHPIECES arc hand cui. ??} THE MOUNTS nr= lia'.l-rr.arl-.cd s teriing silver. . . _ . ;_v ! BRANCHES: CITY, SUBURBS. NEWCAS TLE. AND BRISBANE. _

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

FISHING NOTES By PISCATOR. Hirh water at Sydney lo-d.-.y at noon, and 12.3 p.m.. to-morrow at 12.28 a.m., and U.55 Fishermen who live in the lllawarra sjbuius — Tcmpe to HurMvillc— should be on the watch for fish brought down by the fresh in toonsc;1 | -id Cook's Rivers. The latter has lecn thick ? v,th rnii-! for smre days, and the fish 'light i:i nets will no doubt tactc earthy, but George i ] Kiver has not had such an inflow of r.-.ud j from the hilKiilcs. and the hsli wmen r«cu : rotary Bay from it will be more fit to eat. | Rarr.suatc visitors may e.-.pect their lir.es to he j In-.ty thir. week end, especially to-day, ii the ja'n continues. They should get all the fis.i they want on prawns, worms, and crayfish. Brc.i:-.: have quitted the upper clear waters of dorse's liivcr. The hint Riven a week or two a5o to Pirn- j iratta River sportsmen that Ihev should have ? a i!i''u trial of the old '.ireair. crcunds. v.-as not ? thrown away, and one party cut Irom Croydon i did well. Th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE BOXING GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

MELBOURNE BOXING GOSSIP By ?BENDIGO. With the object of avoiding a clash with a sports carnival, the match between Les Oakley and Syd Godfrey was postponed from last Monday till next Monday. The Sydney re presentative (Godfrey) is in great heart, but if Oakley boxes up to his private form he will be very hard to beat. Dcsnairinc of 3ccnrine an onnoncnt. our fly weight champion,. Joe Curran, has issued a challenge to any two 8.0 lads to meet them in the one ring. It is likely that /Curran's cartel will tx taken up by Frank Pearson and Kid Raymond. Curran will first oppose Pearson over five rounds and then take on Raymond. If successful, the Victorian may visit Sydney to meet with Hhvilah Urcn. Bill Lung's determination to return to the ring has not been taken very seriously. The erst Australian heavyweight champion express ed a desire to tackle Lcs Darcy, but he was im mediately confronted by such moderates as Pat Doran and Duke Jennings, both of whom declare that they could find sol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME MOOREFIELD RACES HURDLE RACE. (To [?].) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

TO:DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME MOOREFIELD RACES HURDLE RACE. (To »'.srt it 0.10 p.ui.) * ' A handicap o* 1CA co^s *fccv.d horse I'J to'-'& aioil thiTd : eerie i «om (rom piuc. IKi n-tnnrr ;l any huMlc ncf cr sti^plfliaje ufl'r tho dn.-liul!on oi «rei;bu to cirry 1W1- cstrj. Atom i rallci. ?t lh Vr. .1. II. Tr»notrlhs br s nniARnEIlRY. ««td .. IS » Mr. T. IWaohucV br c JACULEK.V. *grt ? 10 d 1 Vtart. »?. .MUlcv JSid A. .1. M^libem' b c IX VERAIIA, .T.-ol. inf. 101b I-n ? 11 0 - Mr. M. .1. IlvneV b S TUtiXTHAI!. 3XZ-1 ? » 1 Mr. M. I.irins«oiW» ch s 11II.U0, aetil ? » ' Mr. .1. tr»in- b q TKKAUIIHKUt::-. asrrt ....!) 2 Vt. W. .1. R|ck-lf.s b g SWKKT STKP. ii.ra .... 0 0 l!r. C. O. D. I-imb-i ch s CI.AXULI.U. wl .. » 0 FLYING HANDICAP. (To /Utt at -«- r-m.) | -K 100 .lorj; w«i.1 hone 10 ttvi. in.l third tiont 3 j ?ovs from prlrc. Tr.c Minarr of iny lunJicjp fljt race tr.tr the -J(Fluntfon ot \vc!;hu to nrry Tib extra; o. two or more bJaJkap?. K'lb filrj. ? lurlone^. Mr. V. Ikmcy-s b c ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY MOOREFIELD RACES BY PILOT HURDLE RACE: TREACHEROUS or INVERARA. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY MOOREFIELD RACES BY PILOT HURDLE RACE : TREACHEROUS or INVERARA. FLYING HANDICAP : ?VIBURNUM ? 1 Llnera ? 2 La Balfour ? 3 KOGARAH STAKES: VOLT ILARIO ? 1 M.iltar.ia ? 2 Beating Wings ? 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP : MAC MURILLO ? 1 Hem ? ? ? .. 2 Rjybex ? 3 MOOREFIELD HANDICAP: W.L.S ? .... . . 1 Snapdracon ? 2 Foil ? .. 3 CARLTON MILE: GRAIL ? '. ? 1 San Thome ? 2 Grab Apple ? 3 BY SCOUT | HURDLE RACE : INVERARA ? 1 Zarabine ? 2 Greek Fire ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP : ST. ROSALINE ? ? Lord Malt ? 2 Vibuwium ? 3 KOGARAH STAKES : SAN THOME ? ? Malusla ? 2 Zuland ? 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP : RAYBEX ? 1 Bratony ? 2 Ready Aye Ready ? 3 MOOKEFIELD HANDICAP : SNAPDRAGON ? l I Omaha ? 2 W.L.S ? 3 CARLTON MILE: KENILERA ? 1 La Balfour ? 2 | Gal .: ? ?? ?_?.. 3-_

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

A. BYERS (MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY.\ VICTORIAN CLUB. MELBOURNE. Now Open— A.J.C. and V.K.C. Derbies Epsom and Metropolitan Caulfield and Melbourne Cups DOUBLE, STRAIGHTOUT, PLACE ASK FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS STARTING PRICE, WIN OR PLACE : ALL GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES IN AUSTRALASI/ .. ? SUFFICIENT ADDRESS— A. BYEKS. SYDNEY. I DADS AND DAN By HENRY FLETCHER Post Free within the Commonwulth for 1,'J p:r copy, from the 'Sunday Times' Office, Sylnev.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

EDGAR J. RICE SPORTS UEPOT F1T7.-EVAN CHAMBERS. IS CASTLKREAGH i-r.. O?P. UOOR1J ST., SYDSCT. AYRE'S 19IU CUAMP1ONS11U.' TE.NN1S BALLS, 1»; I-E» DOI'-ES. ATs;rs idu coAuruyssauf vaaas baujl u,1 rot l DOSSIL ' .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN LEAGUE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

OPEN LEAGUE ROAD R,-\CE. Entries are to close on ^ugust 18 for the open road race from Gr'anville to Camden, which is to be held on August 25 by the Cum berland Club. The distance is 30 miles.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S ROAD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

TO-DAY'S ROAD RACING. Matters will be fairly lively in Sydney this aftrrnoon. as regards road racing, thanks to last Saturday's postponed events being listed for decision, in conjunction with those arranged for the day. The races to be run are as follow: Marrickvillc Club.— 10 miles annual Martin Handicap. Enfield-Burwood course. c,nucia-t*urwooa i«iud.- — &t nines naiiuuu^, Enfield-Burwood course. Newtown Club. — 5 miles road race, Bunner rong course. Central Cumberland and Ashfield Clubs. — Combined 10 miles road race, Parramatta In Melbourne, the Albert Park Club will hold a 10 miles members' handicap.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DICK ARNST'S BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

DICK ARNST'S BEST. Chatting v/ith the writer a few days ago, that great all-round athlete, Dick Arnst, \ stated that people had often written to him askinir v/hat he considered to be his best per formance. As Arnst was a great cyclist one of the best road riders in the world, and a fine u.ick rider as well— champion sculler of the world; and is one of the best pigeon shots it is ony natural that he should be asked to answer such queries. '?I always tell them,' said the burly New Zealandcr. 'that the Sydney Thousand win was my best performance. My second best, I cons-'der. was my defeat of Hilly Webb for the sculling championship in New Zealand, for I was very much oft color on the day.' Then Arnst went back to the Sydney Thou sand again. He won the race with a cprint extending over a lap and a half — nearly 800 yards. Asked why he made such a long sprint, Arnst replied, 'I could not help it. Mr. H. D. JVldntosh was referee — and you know how strict he was. The pace was not slow — 1 ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CYCLIST LEAGUE WINS CASE: ATHLETE TELLS OF BEST WORK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

THE CYCLIST LEAGUE WINS CASE: ATHLETE TELLS OF BEST WORK By DEDE CARROLL A case which aroused a lot of interest was settled a few days ago. The League, the Tarn worth Club, Tamworth Calejonian Society, and the well known riders F. Gray, F. W. Davis, and J. Cooper figured in it. It was the League v. all the others, with the excep tion of Gray, and victory rests with the gov erning body. ? The dispute arosc_out^of_trte_Eastcr_ carni J. Watkins, the B a B tern Suburbs RuRby League cap tain, who leads tho team which the fano of football expect to win tho City Cup, though the North Sydney and the Glebe teams may have somewhat dif ferent views. ? * 4- There Is hardly any better all-round forward in tho Rugby Leaguo this season than the E a s tern Suburbs captain. His one great rival Is F. Burge, tho Glebe captain, who, like Watson, is as much at homo among the backs as tho for wards. f t ! val of Tamworth Caledonian Society. It ap , pears that one set of handicaps was prepared, in which D...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

NOTES. T. Lyons, the well-known Dulwich Hill rider, has keen wounded in France. His parents have received a cable to this effect. The Albert Park Club, in Melbourne, though only recently formed, is going strong. It will run an open 25 miles road race under the aus pices of the Intcr-club Association on Sep tember 2. H. B. Souter (21min) won the Albc.-t Park (Melbourne) Club's 10 miles on Saturday last from R. Mahoncy (31min), and W. Milgatc (scratch). Fastest unplaced time went to J. B. Farrar (scratch), who covered the course in 26min 59sec. The 13th annual Navy 15 miles, held at West Footscray (Vic), resulted in A. Bell (3.15) winning from G. Blackman (2!min) and A. Thomas (4min). G. Bell secured fastest time — 40mins 'sec. A race for juniors 16 and under, held at West Footscray on Saturday, over six miles, resulted in victory for A. Abrahams (4mins) from J. Thomas (4mins'- and C. Mitchell (scratch). W. Hampson, the scratch man, secured the fastest time, 16min. E. R. Patino, a mem...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD-TIMERS MEET. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

OLD-TIMERS MEET. A few days ago two old-time cyclists, in Charlie W. Bennett and 'Teddy' Tillock — now enthusiastic golfers — met on the Kensington links. Charlie Bennett was a champion in the 'ordinary' days, while 'Teddy' Tiilock's cy cling experiences co back to the eighties. Both were, and stiil are, members of the Suburban Bicycle Club. Between holes, and long after the golf finished, they told many cycling ex periences of the early days, and enjoyed them selves thorcushly. 'Teddy' Tillock subse quently entertained a number of the Automobile Club member:. — many of whom were cyclists — with his cat!/ experiences. The;' arc entcr tainirg, too, for 'Teddy' Tiiloci: tells a good story.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

VICTORIA PARK TRAINING. I Thursday. : The hurdles were wide out on the middle ' grass track this morning when Snapdragon ! spurted three furlongs in 4 1 sec. Quinologist ' and Bursar put in a strong mile, while Cagou . ran a mile in even time. Stillness spurted : half, a mile in 53sec, and Sans Gene Kt't over ' five furlongs in 1.8J. Precarious ran three fur- : lon;s in 403CC. ' On the course proper Garlin. Aki!. Klorric H. and Dave Whitton recorded pace work. The following put in useful e.icrcire on the tan: Mary Pickford. Hippasia. Magic Gun. The, Reck. Blackacre. V/ar Tax. Barlow. Gaba Tep;. | Persian Princesn. Satin Bird, Flaminian. Cool '? Cross. Promised Land, Sweet Step. Ovil Collar ' and Charlona.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINING RANDWICK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916

. TRAINING m ? ^_ ? By The Arrow Soecials. RANDWICK. .Thursdav. The tracks were heavy, and nearly all the horses utilised the cinders. Oadabout and Rushford each put in lengthy exercise, as did I Wallace Isinglass. Wolaroi put in a couple of steady rounds, moving freely. Zuland cantered, and The Christian Brother went steady over » ! circle. Agathon ran a strong mile and Lady ' Minnie went round at less than Imlf-narr. ' Useful work was dpne by Lady Liddcll. Bee. ' Gundalinc. Canzone, Merimce, Ready Aye ' Ready, Hopoast. Nombi, Cagou. Ccticne ' Narivo. Cookamidgera, Plenty, Royal Rufus, ; Agincourt, Woodwild. Common Law. Moun- i tain Bard. Giru. Thrace, Polycr.-.tes. Comcdia, ; and Reval. I

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