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PORTLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

PORTLAND SHIRE COUNOIL. Tile ordinary meeting of the Council was held at Condnh, August 17, at 11 a.m., present - Crs. Keiller, Loarmonth, 1I. Cameron, Prior, Young, BIgg, McLoan, A. Cameron, and McDonald. This boing the day for elooetion of Preai. dent for the coining year, thie late President poiunted out that by tie 0ith section of Local Government Act no chairman could be appointed, but that the councillors must elect a President without stlch. A short conversation ontlelodl, whlen Or. Lear. month moved that the lato President be the President for the coming year. IHe said it had been tile cestotn to give the Proes. denotial chair to a man of businceas ability, and this was absolutely necessary to the proper conduating of Itheir delibarationa. Cr. Keillor had boon tried, tnd had fulfilllled the duties of the chair to the bonefit of' the Shire, and lhe could see no reason why his servieea should not be retailned. '?lhera was na feeling abroatd that a genotlemonn con. neooted with...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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DISCOVERY BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

DISCOVERY BAY. The shore line of the bey (Discovery Bay) trends N.W. and south.easterly, thus exposed to the permanent S.W. roll of the Southern Ocean. WVhen this is backed by a strong breeze, the surf breaks with great fury along the whole extent. The bay is merely a alight indentation in the coast. The shore consists of a sloping sandy beach entirely from Bridgewater to Port MacDonnell, with steep conical sandhills of grotesque forms at back by way of clifls. and behind these a chain of fine clear lakes of fresh water fulll of wild fowl. The largest lake is several miles long, and over a mile broal. There ap. pear to be no habitations near the shore. The coast is studded throughout with old wrecks and wreckage, rather suggestive of the dangers of the bay. From what we could gather, wrecks appear to be regarded as a tolerably regular inoeident, the " last" wreck being spoken of as if the new one was about due. The last one known is that of tile Triumph schooner, from Port. land to ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

ARRIVAL OF THI~.?ENGLISH MAIL.: GOE1ERAL SUMMARY. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOOCATRD PRESS TELEORAMS) Lonctn, July 7. Tile bishoprle of Calcutta Ihas boodi pressed upon Dr. Moorhouse, the bishop deslgnate of Melbourne. Mr. henry Taylor proceeds to Australia as honorary Immigration agent -of the Labourers' Union and speolal commissioner of the Sluth Australian Governlnent. Iteferring to tile profitableness of Angora goats in Australia, tle Globe sullgests that they nlIlht with advanlago be introduced into Vilces nud Scotland. The deceased wife's sister lanw in relation to the cilolte conltinulles to be agitated, writers pointiig out the lnomnlly of imtr rlages sanctielned in Australia not being recognltsed at homne. Mr. Childers lhas written to thle Triies denying that he ngrees with Sir O. Adderly'a views on the subject of Imperial legluiniton controllitg colonial shipping. lie upholds the colonial view. The official report of tile court of inquiry into the rlon of the SI.rtllinoro criticses ti...

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ASSAULT ON LADY BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

ASSAULT ON LADY BOWEN. One of those strange freaks often per petrated by insane people against persons holding a high station in society occurred on Tuesday, and though at the time of a very disagreeable nature, it was fortunately not attended with atny serioub consequences. As Lady Ilowen and some lady frieonds, accompanied by Major Pitt, were enter ing the Athenroum-hall to attend the concert and dramatic performance given by the members of thie Universilty, a woman' suddenly rushed forward, and exclaim ing, ''"l toueach you to insult me; I am a lady and not a play acntor," seized Lady Bowen by the head snd pulled her hair down. Lady Bowen alarmed at the suddeaness of the onslaught, screamed for asistlance, and Mr. W. II. Anderson, clerk of the peace, who happened at the time to be waiting for some friends, ran forward and caught the woman and gave her into charge of Constable Griffin, who came. up in stanitly. The affair lasted only it few seconds, and beyond the surprise and a l...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Madame Sibly's Conundrum Prize. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

CORRESPONDENCE. he-- to Madamo Sibly's Conundrum Prize. on (To the Editor of the 'ortland Guardian.) in Sn,-I notice by your issu of the llth m inet., in the list of conundrums scb d milltted In competition for a prize given by SMadame Sibly, that theroi, one publisheai no that.is not origlnal. I refer to the one "l that runs thus :-" What is the difference Sbetweoeni MadameSibly anl the reporter its o the olrder Watlc/l I One ii " iBhoate " or and the o:her canu' be "beaten." T'ril to conundrumn w. composed at Mount SGambior when " Thiodoni' Wonders " were on exhibition at that town, and was S«uggeostel by tile prfortn uccs of that ky clover piece of Ieiclinaisma-theo nuoma [s ton slack-rope vaulter, nll was a mucto Smore appropriate conunldrumn in rcference te to it tlan to Madameo Sibly, inasmucb as ' the press of bthll America and the r" colounia distinctly stated that the auto. s anatoe fi.ure "co·ld not be boaten," 3r whil it has made no eaichiaisortion, tha, I hlave seen in r...

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DEATH OF MRS. ALFRED PHILIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

DEATH OF MRS.* AIALI ED PHILLIPS. Mrs. Alfred Phillips. who for so many years has been well and favourably known to the Aultalian public as no actress of the fine old comedy.eoheol now passing away, died on Saturday: night, at Carlton. Sihe came to thecolony 21 years ago, with an excellent reputation both 'sa an actress and authboress. For some time she took the lead both in Melbourne and other Australian cities in parts of which Mrs. Malaprop, Mrs. Candour, and Lsdy Franklyn may hbe reanrded as the type. Thu favour In which she was always held by the public of this city was thoroughly well deserved, and the occasions upon which she demonstrated her claims to nno.irroti~,n are Illn the aeltVn ramn nher acs of 'll ttfeatre-goers at tsle part oe tie world. For some time, however, her health hasbeen failing, and about two years agotshe suffered very seriously at Hobart Town from an accident' which in jured her hebd, and shook hIer constitution generally. On her last appearance at the T...

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SOCIALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

" SOOIALITIES. - never see tlhos melancholy remains of a fine vessel, which are lyinc opposite the North 'Bluff without the equally mournful word ci.gll occurring to my mind. How soon will suome eympathetic councillor have the saddenilng remils cence removed I ('eunctllor Pile has secured my admiration by askIng 1 What has been done to the B.ty 1" will he deepen my admiration by having the Bay cleared of the only unseemly object it possesses? Another Councillor some time ago drew attention to the desirability of the work, but it still continues unl done. A good deal of dyapepsy unquiestion ably arises lroin ill-cooked tood, but this source of human misery will be unknown by posterity; we may leave our debts to posterity, but they will be amply recmn. pensed by the improved digctaion they will enj ry compared with that iof their unhappy antestors. Yoe, as a recompense for any undesirable lrgacy, we shall leave them a race of gorod cooks. I like tire practical aspect of the isntroduct...

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Narrawong Ploughing Match. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

Narrawong Ploughing Match. (To the IEditor of the 'ortlad Guardian.) SItI,-I sau there it one person, aid I think only one, dis?,tirtliu with the decisioan of tile .Judges at Narrawong. Now, I as one of themu, dJey the charge of partiaiity, incoempetence or caroleallaess, ctuer onil toy ownl part or tbit of liy co Ol~era(Lors; Ir, allytlhig a8id ti my hearing they might have boee as ignorant aL mnvIolf of whtJ we were awarding the pliz:s to, for it is well-known that I did int Ileive Portland till late in the day of the lliatch, so it was imponsiblu fur me to be partial eveot if I a I boeen as ot. rrinciplled an I'louglhntli iliiouatets . I have iwaysc been reckloned a better phllllulghnan thlll a i Illlllntal, a lt would imuch rather Compolt with the onlpiliner, all thiingI being equal, with the plough than the pene; till, I think I can imake imyelfundller.tutod. Now, the reguilations Il it downi were only as regards the depth of firrow and width to suit plough, mand twe I allriu d...

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

MIELBOURNU OUP, The following are theo acceptansm: at. lb. . at. lb. Woolomal 8 13 Torchlight 6 8 The Ace 8 10 Bella 0 8 Imperial 8 10 V.ln hope 6 8 Robin Hood 8 10 Fisherman 06 Sultan 8 6 Rlngwood 6 8 Southern Cross 8 6 Irish Stow 6 8 Sterling' 8 6 Strop' 6 7 Rapid Bay 8 3 Meteor 6 7 hMelbotlra 8 2 Evenlight 6 7 Clifton 8 0 Klimot 6 6 Scan Mag 7 13 Banker 6 6 Speculation 7 13 Mondacious 6 6 A.T. 7 12 Nemesis' 6 .4 Dilke 7 10 Terllnga 6 4 Mountaineer 7 0 T?el Door 6 '4 llercules 7 Gloom 6 4 Emulation' 7 8 Pride of iills 6 4 Impudence 7 7 Brieles ' 6 4 Valentia 7 7 M. Kingston 6 3 Lighto'Day 7' Ginger ' ' '6 1 Feu d'Artitioo 7 6 Sibyl ' 0 Janitor 7 4 Lord?Lyttoi'' 6 0 Newminster 7' 4 Voleo 6 0 Burgundy 7. 4 Aldlnga 61 0 Gonterbury 7 4 Florin 6 0 The Painter. 7. 2 El Moroe ., ?5 12 Timothy , 7 Napoleon : ,, 6 1 Break o' Day 6 12 \Ilndsor . 5 12 Spark. . 6 12 wdrop colt , 5 12 Loquacity .. 6 12 Electricity , .5 12 Supeorsttion 6 12 The Cardinal 5 12 Vonus .. 6 12 Sovereign 5 12 Naughty...

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CAPTURE OF ESCAPED PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

CArruno or ESCAPED PalsoNt .-The New Norfolk correspondent senot to the Tansmuilan Tribune of Jtily' 25 ~Io .lol lulowing farther particulaor of the Dapture of Woasley :--"One of the thr o poor wretches who recently' ecapeod f1rm the Hobart Town goal ' throuth tile very culpbble negligence of thoe outry, has boon captured. 't'ho Supeorlotendent of Pollie of Now Norfolk, Mr, Stdvoensu, andconstiable Coulean,onsaeturrdabvening, went down to the Hoabart Townl ILad to wards the arm, Mlr.'Stevenson going ahead and Joulan, who Is i, very young man, being loft about, two mniles fromlNow N-orfolk. Whilst there keeping a look out, he noticed two of the esoepees--lright and WVamrloy -opening the gate of a farmer A-irt .W..Villiam- Williams. Ile immodiately, rushoed , up .to them and secured WVamlsey, in mietake for lright, handilloulod him, and called' upon Alfred Williamsn a strapping young fellow, a brother of W. William-, to mind Wtuaeloy whilst he went after Bright, but the fellow in a to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

NE W ,BUTCHERY. GEORGE PITOEER SE GS to inform his friends land the r I.I public, that he has .established a , BUTC'roHICY ln Palmer-stroet, near the RAILWAY STATION. where .good BI?iPl? and MUTTON ,will be supplied at moderate prices,. : . G. P. will call round for orders In a few days, and hpopes by strict attesition to secure a share of public patronag:e.. Bentinck-street Bakery. e P. COLDSMITH, T ''TISIIlHS to announce teat he has just SVV comnmelceed tho BAKERY BUSINESS Y In all its branchen. S lread delivered to order, of first-rate I qality, and at lowest rates. \ Woddlng and oilier cakes made to order on the aliortest notice. P.O. would also draw the attention of the publil to his largu and well assorted stock of SGonoral Grooorioa ds. Otlmon's I1 toros, which he is prepared to sell, either wholesalo or retall, at. the lowest possible priOes. Tieo stock, whlo hlbe lies purchaped from the first t Melbourno houses, comnprtsc- Teas Coffees Stugars Currantll I tails t ()atmenl P...

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THE HAMILTON STEEPLECHASE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

THE HAMILTON STEIEPLEHASE ,,MEETINO. . The following aro the official, handi. caps for the steeplechase meetlng- to be hold on the 16th of Septaqiber:-, HANDICAP 11UItDLE RAC?, a.. t. lb. AMr J. 'Kellar's b g Mlcawabe, aged. 10 7 MAr II. Gallagher's b m Merry Maid ...,10- a Mr V. 'Trainor's g g Vutean, aged ... 10 0 Mir A: MI'Intyre's ch g Rigged Jack... 10 0 Mr It. IIuwio's blk g Jack's the Lad, aged .......... 10- 0 Mr E. G. lex's br g Dan Rice, aged 9 12 Mr T. Walker's b g Ballyrogan, aged e9!, Mr Il. Gallagher's b m Mlaid at the 'Mist, 6yrs. .. ... 9 8 Mr D. Warrel's blk g Dayepring, aged - 9' -8 AMr II. iRos's blk g Itip Van Winkleo, aged ... . 7 Air J. Sharp's blkg Charcoal... ... 9 7 MAr It. Iowle'e bg Bezique, aged i . 9: 7 Mr E. G. Rex's b g Cyclone, aged ... 9 "7 r E.. G.'ex's b g 'ien Tain, aged ... 9 7 Mr T. Fergusso's b ga Too Late, 5 yrs e e MAr J. Ilergln's br g Brownie, aged ... 9 O Mr T, Stewart's b g Scottish Chief, auced ... .... Mr R. Whltehend's br h Mirz a, yre...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

r MISOELLANEOUS. The Melbourne correspondent of the -fl l larat Star isresponsiblo for the following: " Arthur Orton, the real, the veritable, that legal myth otf whom so many were incredu lons, ihas been. found, and Ticlthornao bonds are up again.' By the time this ia perused by your readers tile news willl have been cabled to England, to gladden tihe heart of the conflneo of Nowgnte, and the holers of Tliohborno debentures will have fumbled the crisp donments in ll-their cnsh-boxes, aid have speculated hItw they sh all expetid their prospective fortunes., To the, Melbourno agont of; the Claimant belongs tihe. credit ?t thile disceeovery, for after Ititent 'fossleking he lhas discovered-or believes heo has-the real Arthur Orton, who has'been for many years under the allas of Alfred .Smith, an inmate of, the lunatic asylum on -the h banks of the Parrainatta Iliver, witlii 15 miles if Sydney. Like Lod ;,n'Jordiaei'n ivelettii' further par ticulirs are deferredt until next mall, but m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

cuLILZ ý I{lr:.t: lrsI s arI m Hn Lsazzu slz ýs a f::rye M·IT~ac LrrtJet, tTa t r . 1I .:__'..1Ti ru1fr eyi rmrt ii irk ` B gt Tat ul. .. - .- h - .L* ~ ;. -I' t$1Iemni 8 uL t^JL. Iil~s. LLLL..' C I95-.13 BACliWi LL S G'ELEBC1ATED FICKLES,.. S~IC- 7U· 7.Q: /ýv... , it VINEGAR, ~~cr:.in Quart sodPirrr Bottles " ýýU IL'DMEA .. '. f0AC: 'ES YEE'I JELL'Y, and other TlABLE DELICACIES, ·· 'I' ''· C BATZ1a:o*TA~D OT 9KLE 9X3, PEB1 bZý.:; iAustraina and New Zealand Every-ii-ine artile is labelled caunssY a J BLACKWELtt P Iurveyors to the Qncnrn, WHO. C.::'.SQUAItE, LOIDUN fs, nc.'L L' Arii~ i70. LEA Aan * 'P'ERRIN8 WOIW'E8TEU. satLIE SAUC E -' S AEEALTnl; FOR ALL . HOLLOWAY'S.... . PILLS:ANDm' 'OINTMENT TBXPILLS r'ari, the Jtead, correct al. disordersed of te'Yer, Sto tach,; ximne'. andj Bowale, iana siri.invalnantdo Il corn. plialnie mlacdsnt to Females. TEE OINTMENT ih othe nly reliable riaasiy fur BadLega,'Oid Wounds, flres,' and Ulcers. Fur L'roeititi, 'Diphtheria,' Groogh ; Ooldy : Oea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

;,tblar Steam Communioation "''?between I~olbourne, Wrarr. ;a/?:ambool, Bolfast, and SShippers tland others. [HE undernne, despatch SteamCHOONERs n S under (weather permitig)-LL + Will TRADE regularly bweo F ROM MELBOURNE ara,.oe freIght, &c., apply to W. r. ANDERSON, o Warrnamboo l Portland, I lam s of Steamshimp. I Suing Day. 1.:YUL[ OrE .EveryN TUESDAY, n, aboo, , _olfautband atland a nm S'Ramo of Steamshlp I Sailing Day. Every TUESDAY, ... rom e ortY -.Every toIt Ay, at s Ienr undroithed norhpatcyt he Steamersn ro?m .8?.0 to 10 obelock, the nlgh2t provius to Melbougrne aln t efs n 'Ittetutrfi tickbts teened available for either teenie r nor Two M onthse p, t ?.g: - F ' "ares'nnd freightsi at current r'ates,'.; :r +To Waarrno naml Belas oaon .. Nam of SteamelIip I Salling D0ay. "JULIA - P ' . .Every, TUe'SIAY, P' E Ro Y Every FRIDAY, at load u.tn. - mn.c. ,r ompany Limited. t t ....ie , ,"THE NEW7 BTEAMSIHIP /O T "B .A. "Y , S.' CAPT. J. THOMPSON', "LEAVES MELBOURNE esor ...

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THE NOVELIST. LA BELLA SORRENTINA. (CONTINUED.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

THE NOVELIST. LA BELLA'SORRENTINA. CIIAPTER III. Now Luigi, misdful of Annunzlnta's promise-or half promise-had resolved immodintely. upon hero deopature, that heo wotld 'Idhenceforward set himself heart end soul to work at the task of learning to be a gentlemain. Reading, writing, and a trifle of arithmetlic heI had already been taught, after a fashiou; but something more than this would, ihe presumed, be. necessary before he could be considered fit to associate with foreign dukes and prindes. He therefore ber.n by closely observing the manners and demeanor of the rich. forestieri who frequented Sorrento during lthe winter months, and who.,often hired his boat to sail over to Capri and tihe finous Blue Grotto; but after long and consciontions study, he found himself unable to obtain any hhits,from them. That there was a dfifertnche b'etwoeen his ways and theirs he could easily see, but is what it consisted he could not, for tlio life of hims, discover; nor did lie think that lhe sh...

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EPITAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

EPITAPHI, Epitaph for a scalemaker " His weighs were the ways of pleasantness In all life's fitful dream iHe struck a balance with the world, And then-he kicked the beam. For a brewer : A well-known brewer lieth heres lis ails are o'er-he's on his " bier." For a potter : On earth he oft turned clay to dell, Now lie's turned to clay himself, For a musical director : In beating Time his life was p?ssed, But Time has beaten him at last, Military Tools -" Files" of soldiers. A Weather Report.-A clap of thunder. Arrobats of every Household.- Pitcher iand tumbler. - iThio Most Useful Thing in the Long Run.-Breath. ,When is the morning like a king? -When it is raining (reigning).. , An Oxford student defines flirtation to be " attention without intention." A little gli'l described a snake as a " hing that's a tail all up' to the head.' The last California earthquake hlad the effect of suddenly curing several lame beggars in San Francisco. Con.-What is that which is ever before use, can nev...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

NEW' ZEALAND. By thebo arrival of the s.s. Rinenrooma we have New Zealand intelligence to the 7th inst. Annexed are a few extracts of interest. The Wellincton correspondent of the Otago Daily Times telegraphs on August 5 :-" There is a very nice little compli cation on regarding the Fitz Reuter, ship, frosm Haneburg, with 3210 staLuto adnlts. The Government received no notice from the agent-general of her departure till lnst month, when des patches were received showing the fop lowing condition of affhirs:-Dr. Featherstone, in accordance with instructions, gave notice to the German agents not to send any more immigrants. They said their contract demanded longer notice, that they had passengers engaged for this ship, and she nmust go. They hnd blank authorities approving of the ship, captain, and doctor, signed by Dr. Featherstone, anld" the ship was filled up and despatched under authority of these. Dr. Feathersoone refused to pay the moiety of tile passage money at home, and advise...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

3O S TABLE TALK. to Suras op PORTLAND.-It will be seen re from a report of the proceedings of the 1o Shire Council held yesterday, which we a publish in part in another column, that SMir. T. Keiller wJi re.elected President ad by five votes to four. Cr. Prior was the other candidate for the chair. Ca nCKET GInoUND IarMnovYMENT FUND. Ti The Hon. Treasurer wishes specially to Ot acknowledge cheques received from the in following gentlemen in aid of the sbove ,o fund:--lloi. W. Skene, £3 3a.; Tlhomas ,. Must, EIq., LI.L.A. £2 2s.; and Meassr. d Banks Bros., Bell and Co., £2 2s. O U STrAMs:Ica.-The late galeq hare " set our steamers all adrift During I1 Wednesday afternoon and Thursday o morunig, the Julia Percy lay in Warrnam. is bool where such a heavy sea was running d that ino work could be done, and r passengtrs evcn could not be landed. So severe was the jerking strain on the Ssteamer's cable tlat one ot her hawse r pipes was shattered, whereupon she 8 cleared out for Portland, pa...

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THE HAMILTON STEEPLECHASE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 August 1876

TE: HAMLTON , STEEPLECHASE n, . :,i MEETING., ', , ' t ;;.j" The follow g:ro.'t?ho ofmIdlcbandi,. caps for the aeeplechase meooting",to-be held 'oLjthe 1 th of September - .: .' DI IIAND UROP IUDLE, RACE', ' Mr3. M'Kollnr'b g icwabci',gd'' 10 7 Mr II. Gallaghea b m Merry1hlnid' . 10 ' 3 Mr V. Trainor'esg I Vule,l,, aged .;- 101 0 Mr A. M'Intyre' oh g Raggcd Jack,.. 10 1 0 Mr B, Ilowlo's'bkn g Jack's the Lad,,': .,, ,, :. a ed ... ... , .. . 0, Mr r. . Box's t' g;Dan Rico, aged 0 12 -Mr T. Valkel g Ballyrogan, .aged. 9, 8 MAr ." Gallaghr b alid cl,o . .tho, 9 , Mlit. O.yr.so , i 8 MA D. Warrln's bt g DJyseprln aged -9 5 8 MrcI. IRoea's blk' . Rip Van Winkle,:;.. Mr J. Sharp'a blk' Charlcol.::' .'0 7 :Mr. R. IIowlo's b'g Bezlqueo, aged . 9 7' Mc .r G.Itx' nxorb g yeloui,' aged, .. '7:11 Mr II, 0. htex'e bg lien Tasn, aged t..9 '7 , Mr T. Fergusson's i gr Too Late, 5 yrs :: 9'.6 Mr J1 Bergin's brg l rownia, nged .'. 9, i O MAr T, Stewart's b g Scottish, Chief; ,R",, u:t, , aged I,: .. ...

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