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'The Morwell Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1887. CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

1 nMrwiv }' "rti"tr. I. OX, POI U], I. (PUIiLISHED F;VERY SA'TURIIDAY). SA'TU'I AY, AAPRIlL 9, 1817. CURRENT' NEWS. ConIe:rnT AND Bl,,0.:--'he cenccrt and ball in conuectiol with the Agricultural Society was held on tile evenlig of tihe Slow day. The hall was well tilled when the president took the chair. A fter the opening remarks by the chairman Mr M'LIensl played an overture in an nccomplilshed manner, after. wards playing the accompaniment most skilfnlly for each of the singers. Mr Fair hairn sang "Beloved I," ,Mr Winlkleman one entitled "Rlemember," Miss hlai "LThe Bridge," and a song was given by Mr Searle. It would be difficult to bestow the pralso these different renderings merited, and the hearty encores bestowed by the audience, fully testified to their appreciation. Mr Davidson never certainly appeared before to such advantage as in the rendering of his song "A soldier nadn man" and he met with so hearty a reception as to require him to re appear. His second attempt was i...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Impressed Stamps. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Irulessed Salmps. ----- The Postal department has made a numn ber of altenttionsintho rates of commission. paid to licensed' stamp vendors in regard to the sale of impressed stamps. From the lot March of this year a commission of 3d in the pound" wills be allowed to licensed vendors.and bank. managers on 1li stamps purchased to the-amount of £5 and up wards.. Frorn, the. saile date, to licensed' vendors only on Ghvornmncent hbills and promissory note f6rnms, the undermentioned shtmps, purchlasnd. to the value of £5 aml' upwards, willlio'allowed commission at the' following- rates..:--On forms bearing stamps ranging 'in value from Gd to 10s, 3d in thoeplmnd :; fiomn-lls to 40s, 2d in the pound ; and fromn41s to £10, ld in the. pound.. From. the samen date; to' licensed vendors only; on- impressed stamps pur chased at one time to the value of £20 or' upwards, and on bill and promissory note. forms other- thnn those provided by thn' Government, commission will hoe allosed at the follow...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Science. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Sctence. Bicycle-riding, like roller-shnting, lies p olducedl a na clans of disease. It is an nffeetiaon of the spine and kidneys, resulting from the continual ar of the lmac:ltine. In every in<tanc, it can h6.: trace.d t., thi ae h-!. It xi'- oen!y, hwe-v,"r, in mea n .f feehle oln?it:al ,n t lnd linn-atitti et -itiasia.itt en They lhave its busissllS taking violent cxer cis"i ut nry kind. Paper Pipe .-T-n Vienna, tlere were raentll exthllitedle asand waterr srvcep Iles mnadle of paper. The ssane kind olf pip-l will do fnr manny factory parpase., and for hlaing electrical wires. The lpiasn are imln e as follows: Strips of paper are taklll, the wialth of whliclh oatrresponds with the lenagth ofi one pip." sectioln. Tile paper is drawn tthrouthl ueltedI raphnlt, lland ttWound upton a tnattlrel that determines the inner diamieter of the pipe, \\hqn the pilis tius made has castle.d it is pulled lff the lr.r.drel, anl the inside is roevered with a kind of enamel, whose nature...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

An enterprising reporter, writing up a wreck at sean, stated that no 1C3less than four of the crew and passengers bit the slust. The seOa-cow (Rhytina giga). a large but harmless animr.l, ssome thirty.-five feet in length, and from three to four tons in weight, was quite abundant in the waters which wash the shtres of Alaski and Ianmschatka, about the middle of tle loot ceutory, Thecreature has noow become totnlly extinct, though it was to be met with in considlerable herlb as lately as 1741. A fine skeleton of a specimen b~hslately beenprocuredfrom Uehringo's Island for thie British Meuseum. For more than half a century naturalists have eutertarined thle theory that the phos. phorescence of certain sea animals pointedl them out as prey to others. Mr. W. C. Mclntosh, ho.vrer, who presided over the biological section of the lBritish Assuciation at the Aberdeensmeeting, declared that there were no trustworthy ndata for the foundation of a theory an to the function of luminosity in aun...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Waste Matter Utilized. THE FAT OF SHEEP'S WOOL TO BE A FACTOR OF COMMERCIAL WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Waoto Bluattr 1Utilized. TIE FP.T OF S[I0'EPS WOOL TO IHE: A IA'C TOO O1 CJOMMCTCItAL WEALTII . In a a:cent iiapor read betore tihe College of t':oysicianr ,of Phiilndclphia. attt:ntion was contco to.a iocOei of utilicirt:n the tot form the 'hlpos wut. 'The di;c'r,'- of tthis prir. ceo, \rlich woo' patedte(d by ir-orf'r 1t1oIb.t rt'ji in 1O?3; it is statel, will cu!'.e tlo ie utti:iiit mirlin.i orf ipounoio of ooolto fatr which 0 foeorerIy bot.e m'attriat , rraid will un doubtl-',~ my cause flhe founing~l' ofl an imnport, 'ut 'lndiltrtt'.1. h'[ oe Iirti rot Ott iontamii I nerl:lineIIl wool oil ot frrl)lll ricrll r S:lllllh i', statdi tro ', Sixr tot:r cent. ,rnd thie avera'e mounJ:ioL tof fat ill co'rillrln r w(s ir rlacd at fourtlyfive ptr crnt. The prie of i'is i iro'llct, whirt hia Lnc ' m''c t laoiit, to trw tiour shoilliieo I?cr ior,:ot, rand rIcrttloro imp'rted. It is corrfiiiooi t i'.'?td i At . it ' i' l ?Iltiiol'rttY be uliteld 1a chlhl r::irr. r.tt!h chliie ie oi flano. li...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Farmer. How to Clean a Farm Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

iarmer. How to Cleansa Farm Horse. One of the most-important things to be ob. served in'the management of farm horses is their cleaning, and yet it may be safelystatedl tlht nothing is moreo neglected by the tuan jority iof farmers. The horse should never be cleaone or Iarnessed while it is eating break fast. 1ei.t hors's eat their food in peace, for ml?yv. tror sanosuine temperament or greed, b,,h r thir oat. when hbandled during the time of fee lie ll. irrlesi can be quickly enough ut on after the fedf is eaten, ned timeshoutld I hen rh takelll to col,mb the mane antd tail and cus a wisp of straw ot: the body and legs. \,hen the horses come in at dinner time, they shtould be at once unharnessed. Tihe feed is then to be *ivent, and before the harness is a:ain put nn, the ho?.e shoutld be thoroughly rlllei:d downl with a wisp of straw or hay. If the hitoees .re very warm on coming in, they sihould be re tlbed own iinuediately after the reolnlval of t he Ilarnless. The cleaning or gr...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

.Auctioneers' 'ddreesees. I Hamiltiin & C. ST.?CK STATION AND COMMISSION AGENT 'LEIBOURNM AND WARRAGUL , t:(:TION Sales conducted in any part .J L of Gippsland regularty every Satuir ,'i"' rtnight at our yards, Buln B;iln,and .r"n 'lai fortnight at our Yards, \Mrrwell, a ",I min,mthly at Warmrgnt, Drorin and Poo . ·.: and at the Melbournr Corporation Ya'rds, Newmarket, every week. VALUATIONS MADE MONEY TO LEND. IN I.Al?::E OR SMALL SUMS ON FREE IIOLD OR LEASEHOLD MIEAD OFFtoE : 70 Queen street, Melbourne. - PUBLIC NOTICE. :o01 A Z ANCE OF OUR BUSINESS IIAS BEEn ESTABLISIIED AT ..",,t'rr •Royal Hotel, Wnrragnl, under the MANAGEMENT Or .':C h r1e s Lousada ~W7.m 'Hamilton & co, 70 Qurcen street, Melbourne. M.\ARRIAGE,; ORR & CO., Stock and Estate Agents, 'T?IfWW':LL & TRARALGON. '-.."-.l Market. Traralcon, Morwell i" abhi Narracan, Mirboo, Trafalgar T '.and Clearilng Sales properly conducted. S?r '-ATIONS made. LOANS negotiated, u-,! , fe. and Fire Insu...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

l..... . . . " AM';::;Y. ·O E L I 1? EG S. t inform h.. ngi u rien . . .a " tlie PI P l pnerrdlty,that he La:. Purchased J thebe ovo wll-knowtdIsaldlry.annrd-Iii thiori.not: v lenr itil n : ewly Fur ti'eid it TIhroughout. fu tin ciofer. FICL S$: .COOIMODA.iON '?(?r'vellcrs \ieiti?"e and Othuorn.""" a -.- .a ?-1,&-L-S A ..?iot r -'-" . .... r F TIRIST-CLASs., ALCOCK'S BILLIARD' TABLE \VINES AND SPIRITS. OF TILE . BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. lOS:..EIS AND BUGGIES' ON HItRE. ... ASS PADDOCiS FOR CUSTOMERS' HIORSES ONLY. . STAE-.LING 21ND CIVTLITY GIATrIS. 'tHE CLUB HOTEL. P ROPIIETOR T¶I.lRS -CL\SS ACCOMMO)ATION. tFOR VISITORS ANDi COM IL ME1rCIAL TIIAVILLE. I All Buirit, Wineos, and Alet, of ?he Choitt, ranis. (OOl) STABLING. . GOOD !.IDDOC'K7S. U, ;gies and Saddlo hIIIr.s lwr."s .btainaIRle (i Ilii. CRICCKETEB,S' A.IMS HOT EL, --:1 0 IH :NRY BR~EI 1D, , PIropriet .r. S " _ AVINI ju.t, p r:hc.o.: thi)s Ln 'i ., I, . _ Which far co:mfort aln. .e .i.' l .,s'h u. e:ee'; .rT" I'itr ea...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

The cashier of a business place thcul occa. .ion to leave his desk one any,; and be called e.,?a son of thie proprietor, who was at work in :wcther department; to take his pIlnce for an -.,,r or two, nod instructed him' about 'how ,, make entries in the cash book, incase any c,,coney came in, the receipts on'one side and ,'koabursieents on the other. The.boy's father ,. ome in and wanted two dollars, which the " n gave him, and when the cashier came ..,ck the found an entry in the cash hook. On. Sn., side was this : "Took in twoo dollars fI ,,rn a granger witi'hbis pants tuckedt in his t.,ts." The enihier looked t the scrawl in h1 t book andt then at the cash drawer, and. r i.l, " Well, where's the twodollarl " 'The ..v thought a. minute, took a pencil and ..te o n tihe other sideof the book : " Pa col ;rl the two dollars.:" The cashier sighed, :tot the boy, said, '" Well, it balances, don't i c What" mnor. do you want 1 "-Pceh's Ifl slippetcrqnictlot in eat he doltcr,- bu , hchin ....

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

(To THE EDITOR tMonRwrt. ADno-vRTISnr .) SIot,-As aMr. Soltnmers has replied to my letter. re Mlorwell Sporte. anlr has t Itld a ubllller of statelnoelts which- apprean, to cne to Io wrilfl tniotaOnteltllot , I' will om ro cecil witl your favor, to, deal with thet varioos state:ments senintinr. First; his statedlireanon for not ralling a nmeetinl.,.bht takino the mana¢ulnoeolm t on liuself in colunudleos, as though last year the publi't did'not.ceet at tile alptointed time through hadt weather. etc., still ?,e. So:nmmers is well raware that several lmeetings were held (at his-.oflice). and were well attenlde., and all the arrantge nrerts and apltoitnenlutll made thlereat... . to no complaints aMr. SuOlnlers onouhtt to r?nd up " Scraps by a Scribbler" in the prctvidro i-lnes of the AnvEI-RTIst:t., anod what is-more, I tam inf ormone by on of the committt e t hat it w'ns considered quite a mistake for them to be appointed na tlhy weore. and it ploaced tlhea i nr na awkarll rpoition to...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Nurracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, APRIL 1ST, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Narritcsn Shiro Council. Fan.tr, A?Pntr Isr, 1897. Present :--Tihe President (\V. Scarlett Esq., J.P.), and! Crs. Robinson, Vary, Ilowlett, Geach, Coleman, Pope, Stanton, Olarenshaw ani Snmith. The minutes of the previous meeting having been readn and confirlmed, the out ward correspondence was read over, after wli:ch tle fobllowia acconants were passed for payments :-t PAY3EsrNTS. The followaing accounts. approved by the finance, comulittee, were mpassed for pay Ilent : Arnall nand' .Tackson, stationery, £4 7sa; "Independent." advertising and printing. £13 195 sd; 0. F. Nethercote. Shire Secre tary. salary and postages, £12 1Cs 3d; R. Ileck. salary as overseer and travelling ex penses. 1311 7s: P.J. Divine, salary as valier, refnti of rates and postages. LT? 2I; B. Langford. Shire Engineer, salary anti post age, L29 6 A4d; Dr. faontgomery, salfry as Health Officer; L12 10s; caretakecr; L Os; C Aittklii. carpenter'- work antd rnnirs, LG 14s; Jas,. Johnston, contract 15. 17 10 i ; II...

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The Morwell Narracan and Mirboo Pastoral and Agricultural Society's First Agricultural SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

The Morwell, Narracan and Mirboo Pastoral and Agricultural Society's First Agricultural SHOW. This was the first agricultural show held under the direction of the above society, and it proved an unqualifiedl success-re flecting the uttmost credit noon the com mittee whose diligence and energy met its full reward in the estimation of an an preciativo publie. The show vard itself was a treat to many of the visitors, and it was- generally reckoned. for heantiful situation and general adaptahility to he superior to any place of the kind in Gipps land. The grounds are well fenced, and the whole of the improvements are put on in the hest style of the contracting firm of Messrs. W. Tulloch and Co., whicl is in itself a sufficient guarantee of the excellence of the work. The fittings and everything necessary to the proper con   duction of the Show was thoronghly com plete-the only difficillty experienced was the insumficiency of accommodation for stock, which only arose from th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Boys' Column. Boys and Housekeeping. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Iloys and Honeckeeping. Mr Mornrn believed boys should know some. thing of housework as well as girls ;'and many a time, when I was a god~a sized boy, have 1 bhal to tie abig ginehmn apron ronndmy neck and wash and wipe the dishes, and "tidy up" the kitchen under mothers direction-and that, too, when there were three girls in our family. I always had the care of my own room, I had to make my own bed, and make it afterthe most approved plan. There was no "slovenly " work done in my mother's house; I was taught how to sweep and dust a room properly, how to sew on bottons and repair rents in my garoments, and, when I was thirteen years old, I could make a nice bis cuit, and, later on, I was initiated into the mysteries of bread and pie-making. I could make good coffee and tea. And what, you tray rask. were my three sisters doing all this tinme I They learned all I learned, and many things mother thought I had no noel to learn. In fact, they are all thorouch cooks and house ke'epers, an...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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'The Morwell Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1887. ADVANCE MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

VO X POP ULI. (PUBLTSIIED EVE1rY SATURDAY). SATUIIDAY, APlRIL 16, 1887. ADIVANCE MlJitWELL. lbc:r;r events have brought under the notice of the most casuatl observer the immense strides our district has made within the last few years. Our internal resources were tllade apparent at theolate agricultural show by the nmmter and quality of the exhibits, both of agricul-' tural produce and stock of all descrip tions. Tile large concourse of people gathered together-ablout 2,500 on the day of the show, and 1,300 on the day of the sports-amply testifies, that in point of population too, the district of 3lorwell, ~iarracan, and ?lirboo are Inot one whit lehiln other pIlaces that lhave always taken precetdence of rank. ThIis is at once apparent, when it is pointed out that the people were nearly all drawn fromt Morwell, Narracan andt Mirl,oo districts, as co:mparatively few people castle from Traralgon. In fact, the number of people from that place "was only sufticient to pay within l £ I 12...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

G. .A L L E rý,. FOACH AND }OU3E JAI3N5EIR. PAPERl IIANGERl, SIGN WRIlTEIR, cGRAINERl, ne., Station Stroot, 1oowell,. All Orders Pu nc uuutl, Arteeloed to rc· Mouderat Tcrwu .

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

CUIRlrENT NEWS. DePu rrTiCN 'iN. Srbin: CC6usciI. - A deputation waitedt upon the Traralgon Shiro Council on` Wednesday lnst-to re quest that the road from Yinnar to Yarranm might be cleared nas fa as the boundary:. This was courteously granted, oleo thati co-operation with the Alberton Shire Con, cil waoul ho sought to have the road cloered right through to Yarram, andl n l;nlutation slouhld nwait upo. the. 1inister for Puhblic Works, for ' special girant Ito wards that object. Th'lu President and conneil were thanked, aml the deultlttion. whithdrew,..,. MILITARY .ENCA PIPMENT.- Ti l Faster iilit:yre movi?inontso have attracted a con ;idertble degree of 'attention, although there owere few soldier representatives fromt ur district. Our correspondent infor.ms us that thousands wore present to witness the manlmuvros of the troops. Batallion drill, outpost duty, retreat, ambulance duty, etc., was practised, and the precision at tained was most commendable. Naval demonstrations were al...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

It would seem, from a report furnished to the Academy of Science by the chief of the Paris Municipal Laboratory, that genuine brandy is becoming a rare commodity even in France itself. For the ten years preceding the year 1850. the quantity of alcohol distilled annually in that country averaged twenty-. five million gallons, and the major part of this was obtained in the form of brandy from wine. Now although the total amount of spirit distilled is more than doubled, the juice of the grape does not contribute half a mil lion gallons to the sum. The rest comes from _,. grain, cider. perry, beetroot, molasses, and , potatoes. The inferior kind of spirit.is not . roperly rectified, and is charged with poison .0us scents of the most devdly character. The compiler of this report, M. Girard, attributes the increase of insanity in certain localities. wholly to these imitations of French brandy. Our readers may perhaps be ignorant of the fact that thousands of gallons of rany grain spirit a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Parted. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Yarteti. Oh ! was it T, or was it you, That broke the subtle chain that rea Between us two,between us two i Ohl was it I, or was it youI Not very etring the chain at best, Not quite complete from span to span; I never thought 'twould stand the test Of settled commonplace, at best. But oh how sweet,howsweetyou were, When thing? were at their first and best, And we were friends without demur, Shut out from all the sound andstirl The little petty, worldly race I Why couldn't we have stood the test The little test of commonp!ace And kept the glory and the grace Of that sweet time when frst we met? Ohl was it I, or was it yoo, That dropped the golden link and let The little rift,anddoubt, and fret Creep in and brake that subtle chain? Oh I was it I, or was it you Still ever yet and yet again Old parted friends will ask with pain. Nroa Perry.

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TREMENDOUS FALL OF RAIN IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

T?IEM.ElNI IUS FALL OF RAIN IN SYDNEY. Thes he-tviest fall of rain experienced for lmany vua ccts oeurrdI at Shiiner un \Vednesias ml rnini " last, aIl the ratvna hb the storn evrcT\where is very great. Traltus wereo delayed for a titme on varins branches, ;anr tihe early traeflle was entirely stoplpd, cr singrr great inconvenience to those residen. in the sobirhs. At \'uverlev thie fll of water r\as trvlmetndos, gre;at stlrean: tlllling dlown tih" inclines, uail nmny stre.ts wore completely thowled. At Paullington the thotroultftres weer:e like rivn.d., "nI tthe: water washel thrntrgt tlhe hIi . , while the tnun line was partly evered with ,ve stones \\t? h' l on by the storm. A nteti ii' of taell tetnemenlts sutl'red sverely hefore the storn alate d. At Newton ant ltarriekv.lle the lwn lying grol.ll Ibelne llsheets oif Wter. At Blaekfriu's Estate the water wu- up to the ! xelcs off he iwhelose of carts lta tl Iggtie-s. I :The stralin wail very great ton the sewer; in itany I arts ...

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Thorpdale Easter Monday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

'TIoll1tll Ecllisteri ' lojillgly Sports, Sirrr'rt.nuL ItAXIe (.1', 110, 10y l. A Gini, I yds, 1 It O'Coiiner, 5 ile, ); GuInn, 14 vpa, i. Twelve stirted. ltirricl lien's Tle"., 20?i; 1i0 cilid. W S Lecky, scratch, I ; D Porter, s:iatcl, 2. Five starled. Lidies' lrneelet. 130 sile, 1 JStalll'd, scratch, 1; A GuMlln, 7 t1l, ~ ? 1) Unii1, 14 vyin, 3. Slinniiing IHigh .itap. 1V llielly 1 ; .1 Iloilly, 2, height. 5ft lin. 'ltnlcle liac, i' ; 200 v'L . .1 ('Connnr, 14yis, I ; .1 Stafford, scrattch, 2i; 1 licilly, 3 vyln, 3. Seven started. Tilling at tilhe ring. Lii. .1 S:ulllams? 1 Onrnnl, itur, niesiq;ld a1igreas <ltr a uie divldeld second aind third itmonelS. Conolatio?li iilicap, 130 lb. .1 Druilniontd 1. Five started.

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