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POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

POST-OFF ICE TIME-TABLE. I ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ABBtVALS. From Syilney.— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7*d0 p.m. ; From Forbes and Sydney. — Monday and Thursday at 0 a.m. From Young and Sydney.' — Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.tn. / To Sydney.— Tuesday, Thursday, and Sun* day. at 4 a.m. . To Forbes.— Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.m. lo ioung.— Monday and Thursday, -at U N.B.— Office hours from 0 a.m. to 6 p.m.,. and from 2 to 0 p.m. On Sundays, from 10 a.m. till 11 a.m. »' Monoy Orders issued from 0 a.m. to 6 p.m SuodaTs oxcepted. Each mail closes half-an*hour before tho advertised time of despatch— exenpt that to Sydney, which closes at 10 o'clock tho night before. I

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO AUGUST 10. London, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

ARRIVAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. News to Acoust 10. : Andon, July 26. - Tho Empress of tho Frcnch and the Qiteeu of Prussia hare, ( boon ono private visit' to Queen Victoria. Tho Princess of Wales has almost rcco. Tho Elcho' Challenge Shield, sliot for on Wimbledon Common, wus wou by England over Scotland by one point. Tho Atluntio cublo hus again broken. Auurclfciiaioiis of a eoiuinu war between Franco and Prussia, on an extensive scale, are again prevalent. Tho Sultun of Turkey, the Viceroy ofEgypt, and 3000 Bclgitin Volutbers spoilt a fortnight in England. Their reception wns costly and magnificent*' At the Niival Review, on tho 17th July. 52 meu-of-wnr manesuvrcd ut Spit heud, but it wus tu sutne oxtcut marred by b^d woathert tho Qu-;en and Sultaii wero present. After theruviow thu Sultun wus in vested by her Majesty with tho Order of tho' Garter. Tho Sultan expressed great udinira tiou of Brit tin's naval power, uud uu leuviug Engtund he presented £^500 lo tho indigent po...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

FIR3T-OL lSS EDUCATION AI SCHOOL, SEVEN-MILE RUSH. MR. 0. W. HARTK, sslstcd by MRS. HARTQ, purposes oi flifig immediately a FirsUChtss SCHOOL, v hero a thorough, sound, English Education will bo imparted, and'every caro taken of tl i pripils who may bo entrusted to them for ii itruetion. . This is an excellent oppt rtiinity offered to parents to have their chilc en properly edu cated, on moderate terms, and in a manner which will reflect credit i ike on Teachers and Pupils. For furthor particulars s a Circulars. - Sevon-Milo'ltush, Septem j»er 6, 1867. o n4ws. Z PERIODICAL LITERATUBE THE J LOLION. THE undersigned 1 gs to notify to tho In habitants of Gr nfoll, the Sevon-Mile, andtlo district gene illy, that ho has made arrangements with 1 slbourne and Sydney Importers for a regiila supply of Engliafi and Foroif i Newspapers and Periot cola. Parcels will be fori irded to Grenfeli im* mediatoly on the arri al of every English Mail Steamer, and promptly circulated through every part of...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

WEDKE3DAT, ^EPT. 11. (Beforo tho Polico Magistrate.) Scaton Flucker -wns cliargodby Sergeant O'Donncll with this oflenco.— Tho sergeant deposed that between 12 and 1 o'clock tho Jirevtous night thero was a disturbance in tho teefera' Hotel, und on going in found 20 op 30 persons pulling each othor ubout; and tho xoinon calline fur tho polico. Turned out defendant iu d a man named Kershaw, and drnvourcd to fortv hid wuy hack into tho house, after ivM.-h witness arrested hiin.— fined £.1, or fourteen days' imprisonment. ? ' DBUNK AND DISOUDEULY. jV- Robert Kershaw, tho companion of tho ^ -t *1-o\o defendant in tho n flair at tho Reefers' ^^Hp-llotcl wns seutencod to 14 days' incarceration without tho altornatiro of a fluo, in constJ queiiue of his violonco after arrest . ^ / 'V^JtKNTKM, MiNING Retout.— Thero is littlo to re/jort of tho presont week, The panic, ns it tuny bo termed, caused by (hu washing of a few loads of outsido dirt ou thoSovon-milo which turned out rather baJly, has...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRENFELL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

GRENFELL POLICE COURT. ' Satobdat, Sbpteubeb 7. (Before tho Polico Magistrate.) assault. . Hugh McAlistcr was charged with assault ing R. Armstrong. Tho offcnco boing proved, defendant was fiucd £5 or two mouths in Bathurst gaol. Monday, Sbftguobb 0, 1807. (Beforo the Police Magistrate.) riATJNO AND BETTING IN A PUBLIC FLACK. Charles Harris was cliurged with this of fcnco.— Sorgcant Koenan deposed that about half-past threo o'clock on tho previous after noon ho proceeded, iu company with utiothor constable, iu plain clothes, to 11 spot whoro u crowd was congregated, ut tho buok of George street, between Smith's dam and tho Emu Inn. On arriving there, found u riug formed in tho centre of tno crowd, aud several per sons iu u sitting posture inside. Saw prisoner put two half-crowns on u ' tosscr,' and thiow thorn in tliouir, upou which witness rushed iu uud seized tho prisoner, tho two half crowns ho had thrown, uud three others that wcro on tho ground.— Prisoner pleaded guilty, but sa...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE NEWS. MONDAY, September 9th. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

: LATE NEWS. ; Mo;*dat. Sontombor Oth. . I Wikdsoti.— It rained heavily ou Saturday, night. 'Tho rivor rose suddenly on Sunday night, and it has continued r Mug slowly to-doy- and is within four or live feet of being i .bank.high.'1 . , f /- I Batiiohst.— Edward and Thomas Wilton, of tho ' Times' nowspapor, havo been iuipri- , soned in' Bathurst gaol, at tho instunco of Mr. I Webb, tho plaintid'in tlio libel caso of Wobb r. Wilton Brothers. \ . ' . ' , I MEtBOCBNB.— A Are broke out in Bates'* cocoa manufactory, iu La Trobe-streot. Tho building was destroyed.— Mr. Anderson tho tragedian, left by the Rangatira ' to-duy,— Business quiet on account of tho nrrivul of the mail. ' 6000 bttshds maito wero sold at 2s. 8d., and 1000 cases korosono at 2s. Id. AuBUtufi. — Tho smelting works ut Wal laroo havo suspended operations, owing to a scarcity of coal.— Tho commercial uu ws by tho mail is considered generally fuvo'urublo.— English udvicos have strohgthenod thu wheut markot. - Soveral orde...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

PAltLIAMEM'AliX In tho Assombly on Friday, 3rd September, Mr. Forster moved a resolution to tho elfect that thu suspensiou of contain provisions of the Stamp Act was illegal and dangerous, and ought to bo discontinued in fuluro. His only objeutwus to obtain from the House uu ex pression of opinion on a subject that was of frequent occurroncc, as well bore as in other Mr. Martin said that if tho lion, member only meant by his resolution that what was dono by thoKxecutivo was illegally done, it was only saying that which everybody know— tho pomtbuing ono thut bad frcq'ueutlybron under discussion. If, howovcr, tbo hon. member meant by tins proposition to compol tho Bxo cutivo to abitum from doing anything of tho kind iu futuro, then tho Government must object to it, fur it would frcuuontly bo thu caso that tho Legislature would fail to carry out its intentions, lie would recommend tho hon. gontlcinan to withdraw tho resolution, for, if it wcro not withdraws, ho should moro the ' previo...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

[?] Sju — What has como to tho Hospital Com mittee? Thoy'donVsccm to meet now at all. Aro thoy defunct t You'll »seo the rcasou of my iuquiry, when I ascribe myself \ ?'Yours, truly, A CONTRACTOR.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE TRAGEDY OF QUERBTARO. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

COltltESPONDENCE. [Wo do not uoeessarily endorse tho opin ions expressed by our correspondents.] THE TRAGEDY OF QUERETARO. TO TnB EOITOU OP TUB MINING BBOOBD. Sib, — If the facts relating to tho establish moutanddownfull of tho power of Maximilian, as Emperor of Mexico, bo fairiv laid before yonr readers, his fate- may porhaps bo read without inviting so frco a use of bard epithets now to regard tho actions of tho ropu bltcun leaders. To enforce certain claims, England, France, and Spain joined hands, and sent a fleet to Mexico during tho year 1862. Hav ing obtained guarantees, and Frauoe depart ing from tho originul polio v agreed upon, by declining to quit, England and Spain took their leave of tho country, and, under pre tenco of seeking hoaltliy qunrters for tho I French troops, tho unguardod Mexican au thorities permitted their wily enemies to | tako up a commanding position, wheneo they , ultimately set about to conquer tho country, : and subvert tho existing republican form o...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LOndon, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. : Loudon,' July 30. . The amendment for extending tho redistri bution of seats was rejected by tho Houso of Commons. Tho lodger franchise has bcon increased to £15. . Tho Duke of Cambridge censures the Cora mandcr-in-Chief of India,' and also Captain Jervis, who was accused of. stealing military Tho bill for tho abolition of Church Rates has been passed by the Houso of Commons, ... ^ The Church Property Bill is adopted by tho There aro wurlike rumours in Europe ond Amo«ea. . ' .' ^London, Augusts. The Rcform Bill ha* passed in Committee of tho House of Lords, with an amondment inirouucing voting papers. Tho'lntost telcgrnms from Amoricu an nounco that Concress requested President JohL-^on to issue a proclamation against flUi bustcting expeditions to Mexico. Tho 'Emperor Napoleon is about to risit tlie Kuisor Francis Joseph. Tho Italian Government uro taking energe* I tic measure* to prevent an invasion of tho I Papal Stntes. Tho IIouso of Lords hns passed t...

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LOCAL NEWS. COURT OF APPEAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. (Before F. Dalton, Esq., P.M. Chairman; G.O'M Clarke, Esq., Commissioner for the Southern GOld-fields, and — Wood, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

LOCAL MEWS. COURT OF APPEAL. Wednesday, Sbptbuobu 11. (Bofore F. Dulton, Esq., P.M., Chairman; G. O'M. Clarke, Esq., Commissioner for tho Southern Gold-fields, and— Wood, .Esq., J.P.) Eaward Miller, appellant, t. Frederick Farbrother, respondent.- This was an appeal aguinst a decision by F. Dalton, Esq., in a 1 mining dispute heard at Grenfeli on tho 16th j July last, in which tho present appollant I charged tho respondont with having, on tho 12th June, obtained illegal possession of, and registered in his own namo, a eharo in No. 2 North, O'Brien s Rocf, the said share being the property of the thon complainant, who alleged that ho gave no authority for the transfer of the share from himself to Farbro ther, and that tho said transfer was obtained by false pretences. Edward Millor deposed: I am tho holder of a miuer's right. On tho 12th Juuo lait I was owuor of a eharo in No. 2 North, O'Bri en's Reef, being one-sixth of 180 feet. At that timo I had a man named James Ballad, un autho...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LONDON, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOKDOy,Jpi,Y20. 'Banks of England discount 2 per. cent.; open market best bills, 1} to 2. In all quar ters abundance of capital j monoy not so cheap iu London siuco 1863. ' Consols, Ot to fonnoney. Wool.— Sinco last sales fow transactions at Into rates,' owing to tbo unsettled stato of fiouticul ailuirs; but expoctutions of a good inrvest-'mdy raise tho tonooftho markets. Tho great drawbacx iu doing busiuess is wuiit of confidence. It is anticipated that growers may expect low rates for soinu tiuio. Tallow. — Tho demand has improved, prices 3d. per cwt. higher

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

FORBES. [ntov OUB OWN corbespondent] -I Mining.— In order to test a theory gene rally ontortaiuod by minora on tho Laclilan, that only ono run of gold has over been dis covered, George Mathcson, John Munro, and William Brown, have formed a party to pros pect the ground to tho north,'' hoping to ex tend discoveries to Strickland's reef, and so on, porhaps, to tho Currajong. This is an ! experienced and cnorgetioiparty, and lively I InL aro in.It.tr.ml tl.at tl.nS will moot ivitf. Success. At present thoir.offorts aro boing mado in an easterly direction from tho Balu Hill, about five 'miles north-east of Forbes.— Messrs. Hughes, Thompson, Hogan, and Schwartz, tried twelvo loads from their pros p6:(ing claim at the head of tho Union oa Tuesday last. Thoy only got 0110 and a half dwts. (0 tho load. In tills thoro was ono nugget woi^hiug sovon und another four dwts. On Wednesday morning thoy returned to tho claim, and commenced raising another machino of dirt. Sevoral ncw claims wero tak...

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SELECT POETRY. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

SELECT POETl{,Y.i: SATURDAY AFTERNOON. ' I lore lo loot on a scone liko thij, ~ ' Of wild and osroless play, Aud persnado myself tliat I am not old, That my locks aro not yet grey j Font stirs Ilia blood of nn old man's heart, And makes hu pulsos fly, To catch tho thnfl of a happy voice, And tho liybt, of a ploasant oyo. I havo walked the world for four scoro years. And thee s.ivthnt Faith old— That my heart m ripafor the reaper J)eatb, And my years aro woll nigh told; ? It is Tory true— it ts very true— I am.old, and I;'? bide my tlmej'f ? ' But my heart will leap at a scene like this, And the light of a pleasant eye,' Play on! play on! I am withyou there, . In tbo midat of your mbny ring j I can feel the thrill of tho daring jump, And the ru»h of tho breathloM swing s ?? I hide with you in tho fragrantly, And I whoop tbo smothered call,' And my feet slip on the seedy flour, And I care not for tbo fall.- ? - 1 am willing to die whon my time shail como, And I shall be glad to go— , ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

. THE NEW POUNDKEEPER. TO TUB EDtTOll OP TUE MtNINO BECOBD. SIR— I want to mako known to the public a most gluring piece of injustico, by which 1 am a suli'erer, and which, if allowed to bo repeated, many peoplo will be injured to a cousiderublo extent. - On tho fifth of this month a maro of mine was impounded at tho Grenfeli pound, and purely by occidcnt I hoard yesterday, the 12th, that such was tho case. I went to tho pound nnd asked tho poundkeepor why ho had not advertised my muru iu the paper, mean. ; ing,- of course, tho 'Record.' . Ho. said ho would not advertise in Uio 'Record,' but had sent the advertisement to tho ' 'Emu Creek Miner' to the Flat, but that the advert tisement with my mare in it arrived too luto for insortiou iu last Saturday's issuo. I thus : had to pay him - far tho mare for tbo extra ; time, tbo amount being £1 4s. 3d., instead of 1 7*. hud tho tnuro been advertised us she should . havo been in tho 'Record.1 It seems thero tiro two reasons why. this poun...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. AColl-eoeFbiend Cornelius O'Dowd. —When I was a student of arts at Trinity, Dublin, in days of more lightheartodncas than I am liko to know ag.iih, I chanced to havo for my ' chum' a man of coniiderable ability and who,' but for a disposition to indulgo in drink, would have swept college of all its prizea. After repoated acta of insubordina tion, originating tn this unhappy fault, 'calls tual rustication by a pledge solemnly given to. his tutor, accompanied by a convention,' that ho was to havo tho daily privilege of ono tumbler of punch, never to bo exceeded, ex cept if wet through and thoroughly soaked, when a second might be takon. Now, my poor friend, not having that confidcnco in. thu climate of his native country that ho might have fairly poraessod, conceived the idea of aiding nature, and might bo spied towards C of an afternoon standing on tlio ateps of his chamber, while his servant, with a wutcring pot, performed the pari of Pluvius from a window overhoad, a...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. IN EXTREMITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

THE STORY-TELLER. IN EXTREMITY. Up m a great Tooley-street warehouse, six high stones abore tbo ground, and everywhere;! ?round me ? wool— bales upon bales- of wool,'! which wo bad beon craning up all day and in at tho open door. Floors and floors beneath ! stored with juto andjdye-woods, teas/coffees, spiccs, tobaccos, and lowest of all, tallow in huge hogsheads. Kiches from'allparta of the world lying on hand, and wailing tho' finish or me commercial, enterpnao which should consign thorn to traders and then to tho poo* pie of this busy country. 'What's the matter with Jack Wood?' said one of,the men in the afternoon. But except ing that he looked a littlo wild about the eyes, I didn't sco anything moro about him than might often be seen in men who will drink .heavily at times; and solsaid. But at luot, towards evening, when I was longing lo get away homo to spend my evening comfortably, I was loft alone upon that floor with him, and felt a bit startled to boo him go all at tbo bal...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY—Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 September 1867

LATEST TELEGRAMS. ? [FBOU QJlEVItLE :AND CO.T i ' . ? ? SYDNEY— Fridav. : Tho Wonthor fine. ? - 1 ? . -? ... . Tho E«timutos woro pluccd on tho table by tho Treasurer. Tho Gororiimont placo £10,000 for repairs of roads and bridges i £5,000 for tho roh'ef of siiiToror* by tho late, floods. ? Tho rovonuo recoipts for tho presont year aro £76,000 over thoso of last yoar. ; . The . Legislative Council has ^passod the Federal Council Bill; Tho Tirountain llnld, fromSydnoy, has becu wrecked on Uuller Bar, New Zealand. . Kingsnnll, tho Bank . clerk, has boon ac quitted for cmbezzleiueut. ? Tlio trial for tiio South Creek murder has been recommenced.';' ' | Tlio Government will i;ivc no nu-ro nssis tnnco .for emigration . when tho year ? ox ? ' Tho yield of gold last month was tho best throughout the year. The boy bushranger, Mason, was appre-   hended at Narrabri ; there were found on him cheques to the value of about one hun-:= dred pounds. A farmer named Alorton, at Mclbourn...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. RAISING WATER FROM DEEP WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 September 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. RAISING WATER FROM DEEP WELLS. (From tho 'Queonslander.') The cost ond labour of raising water from I deep walls is only too well known to thoso who aro fortunate enough to own such valu* ablo auxiliaries to pastarul and other occu pations. It has often been said that if wiud power could be appliod, tho lifting would bo | simplifiud, and many who do uot seo their ; way to tho expenso of steam, would go iu ! for deep wells and pleuty of water if they ; coulu depend upon tho wiud as u power for raising water fcoui tho well#. The fault of wiudsails of tho old pattern is tho liability to yield beforo tho gales which visit this part of world. Tho Americana acorn to havo beon bothered in a similar way. To get- over tho difficulty, our ingenious cousins hnvo con structed a wind power which looks as liko a paiidio wheel of a steamboat, sot endways on u stout wooden frame, as anything elso wo can liken it to. That tho contrivance is effec tive for raising water thero can bo li...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE STORY-TELLER. THE DIRTY DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 September 1867

THE STORY-TELLER. . THE DIRTY DERBY. When 1 think that this is written with un* shackled hands in a pleasant library instead of h padded cell, that I am us:inuch iu posses* .ion of mT senses as I ever was, and that I acted under no constraint or obligation— I feel that the world will be nuturally incredu lous when I record (he fact that I wont to tho last Derby. 1 blush as I muko tho state ment) but if I had not gone, what could 1 bare dono with O'Honc, who had eomo over from Ballyblelbcr expressly for tho ovent, who had been my very pleasant guest for tho threo previous days, and who would havo been grievously disappointed had ho not put in on appearance on tho Downs P For O'Hono is decidedly horsey. From tho crown of his bell-shsped hat to the sole of his natty boots, taking in his cutaway coat, his long waistcoat, aiid his tight trousers, thero is about him that singular Savour, compounded of atables, starting-bells, posts and rails, 1 iroaucn grass, uiciaiuo meuioruncium-DOOKS, ...

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