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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

VV A RUN AM 1300 L. O'Brlon Bros, roport: Tuesday, April 21, Pigs,-.'ISO pouned, of which 100 were stores. Competition was (inn for all prime pena, bub middliug aorta wore draggy, tttorea aold at about Into rates. Wo sold 117 tor Meaara. Joini Noonao 733, V. F* Harper 77a, ?I. Mills 73s, W. H. Good 53s, Patrick Grillin 70a 3d aud -IDs, James Ryan 7th and 72a Gd, Con Conway 75a lid and 58a, James Dobaon 72a, K. Dixon 75a, Kiely Broa. 82a (top price of the market), Thomna Divyer 7Gs, OUa Gd and 57a Gd, C. Ii. TuJioh (?'Bern's dairy) GGa C3d and 77s, JL«\ Poole 78a (jd, J. M'Leod 71s and 08a Gd, John Dwyer G9a Gd and 57a Gd, Baird and Good 80*, and etorea for Meaara Baird and Good 3aa, Mrs. Patieaon 3Ga, J. Fothcringham 3Sa, Michael Gavin 33a and IGa Gd. Mra. M. Brown 12s, James Fitzgerald 11a, W. H. Melville 24a aud 25a. Quotations-Prime bacon piga G3a and 82a, guod do G7a Gd to 72^, light weights GOs to OGs, baokfattors to UOs, beat forward Btorea 32a to 3Ga, good (lo 27a Gd to 30a, ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
United Friendly Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

United Friendly Societies. There was a fair attendance at a meet ing of the above on Friday evening, the president, Mr. Robt. Paton, in the chair. The president reported having inter viewed the Mayor and obtained permis sion to put a stand-pipe into the kanga roos' enclosure.-Action approved of. Mr. T. Paton moved that the best thanks of this committee be tendered to the Koroit branch of the A.W.N.L. for holding the garden fete in aid of the ambulance fund. Seconded by Mr. L. Gapes and carried. Several other mem bers spoke to the motion, and considered the ladies deserved the highest praise. In coming to their assistance as they did it was the means not only of providing an up-to-date ambulance for use in cases of sickness, but also meant that the district hospitals would probably in future derive the full benefit from the annual charity carnival. It was resolved that the secretary write to St. John's Ambulance Association, Melbourne, asking for plans and specifica tions of a suitab...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Koroit Agricultural Society. The committee of the above met on Thursday afternoon, when Ihe following were present :-Messrs Jno. Gapes (prcsi dent), J. -J. (ilccson, D. Gorman, J. Miller, W. Thrclfall. O. Brueo, A. Skilbcck, R. J. Oust, R, Skilbcck, and W. Skilbcck. CUUKIvSPONDKN'C]-:. From the Department of Agriculture stating that the subsidy conditions had not been complied wilh at one of the lectures in 1918 as regarded attendance. In conse quence the soeicty would have to forfeit the £5 allowed for four such lectures.-The secretary said this year £\ 5s, was being allowed for each of lour lectures, and the advertising, etc, cost about half that amount. From the Shire of Warrnnmbool slating that at tho last meeting of the Dairy Super* vision Committee the question of municipal as against Government inspection again cropped up. The views of district societies were being advanced by Mr. MeCulloch, a member of tlie Royal Society committee, and it was desired to strengthen bis hands ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Stock Markets. KOROir. O'Brion Bros, report: Thursday, April 2,1. Fair yarding of till classes forward anil a good buIo at full values. Pins.-Only 10 ponnml, which Bold at iutcLio» for Messrs, IP, M'ltiuia 44a, Joseph M'Curthy 20i. iSiiotjp*-*2*28 penned. A brink demand and till pena woro sold at auction for Mensrs. hen Dwyer primo crossbrcd owes 21o, John tilattory comeback owes in fair conditian lis and Us ,'M, Thoin.is CotTey morinn wethers in low condition 8a Od, crossbred M'canera 12s, J. Wall crossbred lambs (small) 10s, M'Muhon and Kelson aged merino owes fls (id, Jamc.'i M'Grath comeback owes and wethers in good condition IHa 8d, enmnbred lambs l is 3(1, and Charles Kelson croasbred owes 10s t)d. Cattle,-157 yarded. Fata woro repre sented by 2H bead of prime cows, for which the local trado computed freely and prices wero fully on a par with out.iido markets. Choice forward dairy cows and heifers met a spirited Bale at high values, but middling sorts in low condition were har...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

How Dyspeptics can Eat what they want Without Pain. In the vast majority of cases, states a leading specialist, indigestion, dyspepsia' and other so-called stomach troubles arc in no way due to the fault of the stomach itself, but almost entirely due to tlio fer mentation of the food contents, and the resultant formation of acid and gas, which irritate and inllamethe delicate lining of the stomach, and unnaturally distend the sto mach walls, causing displacement of the vital organs and dangerous pressure on the heart and lungs. He estimates that 98 per cent, of all stomach pains, either acute or chronic, arc directly or indirectly due to acid fermentation ; all of which he has proved can be avoided by neutralising the acid, and stopping the fermentation by means of a simple antacid known among, and obtainable from all chemists, under the name of bisurated magnesia ; half a tea spoonful in a little water immediately after eating, effectively preventing the slightest indication of fer...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Produce Market. Koroit, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Local Produce Market. Koroit, Friday. Potatoes.-In consequencc of a strong demand having set in for seed potatoes, both for local and interstate require ments, the market has hardened, and pinkeyes are quoted at £4 per ton. As the weather is cool and the tubers will carry better there is not likely to be any decrease in values for some time. No reds are offering at present. Onions. - The market is quiet for onions, £5 being on offer. Late potatoes at Gordon benefited by a steady rain. Tanks and dams were re plenished ; water carting has been dis continued. At Thorpdale grubs have done great damage to potato crops. Potato digging is now general throughout the district. Potato crops at Bungaiee suffered se verely from frosts and worms. Crops which would have been prolific have been badly damaged. On Saturday evening the "All Star Comedy Co." visited Woolsthorpe and produced the humorous and sparkling comedy, "A Regiment of Two," which was much enjoyed by a representative audience, who...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Koroit Borough Council. A spccial meeting of the Koroit Borough Council was held on Monday evening, the mayor (Cr. Bourke) presiding, when the following tenders for gravel were dealt with:-Shine's to Woodford road, 200 yds., P. Fitzgerald -Is 5d per cubic yard (accepted); W. W. Lee 2s, F. Kelson Is Gd j Woodford road to M'Grath's 130 yds., Fitzgerald Is 5d, Lee Is gd, Kelson Is 4d (accepted); McGrath's to Johnston's, 40 yds., Fitzgerald Is 5d, Lee Is gd, Kelson is 4d (accepted); Woodford road, 300 yds., Fitzgerald is 7d (accepted on ballot), Lee 2s 3d, Kelson Is 7d; M'Vicar street, 100 yds., Fitzgerald 2s 5d (accepted) Lee 2s fid, Kelson 2s 6d; Mill , and Midgley streets, 100 yards, Fitzgerald 2s 5d (ac cepted), Lee 2s 8d, Kelson 2s 6d ; Albert street 60 yards, Fitzgerald 2s 3d, Lee 2s 5d, Kelson Is gd (accepted). It was decided to invite tenders, return able at next monthly meeting, for working the road roller, filling,carting, and spread ing maintenance metal, and picking the road...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

General Summary. jtff VA UatnHtdw flpprWWTlVfi* h of Australia and her suldiors boforo iaviiig for Now Zealand ou Wednes ^Victoria won tlio football premier ship of tho ltailway departments of Victoria, New South .Wales, and fcouth Australia.; In tho caso in .which a man was charged at tlio Criminal Court with having attomptcd to bribo a juryman, jv verdict of not guilty was returned. The revenue collected at tho Custom llouso on April 22 amounted to:-lk> yenuc, CW,010/lW/5; Stato, .C57/12/0; continent, £50/2/11 j pilotage, £45 7/; wharfage, £001/1/1}., To a deputation ol MafFra bcetgrow crs the Minister for Agriculturo (Mr. IJafchmsnn) said that tho proposed ' olosing of tho MnfFra beet sugar fac tory won id only bo temporary. Arising out of the compulsory union ism troublo in W.A., a bricklaycr, a plumber, and a laborer "downed tools*" at Government llouso upon discovering that a non-unionist had been engaged upon joinery work at tho building. A visitor to Luna Park, who was in...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Racing Notes. (By " Flemincton.") Kmlnor is lnToming" u much m,|,| b'nso. Tho «1««J Si. U>gor wi,,' changed hands again in tiydiwy. T,, new owner being » brother of Mr >;' I'lilkiucr. , Mr. J{. M. "A kmer, n-tim,, colo rs Hadiior will cany in future, is going i,lt0 racing on quite a big .swl|0. b, 1 ? dUion to Itndnor, ho lias also pujchis «l .Hon ' on mid tlio colt bv Persian Knight, from l'm-Han, which realised such a big price at the recent Sydney sales. New blood like thin is vo% wcIcoimo and it is to l,o hoped tl J All. I jilKmcr H ill havo (ho Tuck with his horses t.)ilit Ins enterprise deserves. A \ lotorian who attended tlio Svd nc.v yearling sales states that money was moiq plentiful than ever for young . I'"i """i1' i H>° co"!ii<lor« Mint ut le.ist. two hundred nmro yenrlimn could havo been disposed of at s tjs fautory prices. There was not enough J." "oyern I uoiil<|-),0 |,UV(!:,, finding it inijK)ssil>)t) to in vast tWir money as they ha...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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A JAPANESE BRIDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

A JAPANESS "BRIDAL. ' A Japanese bride, dressed'in a long white silk kimono and a white .veil, eits upon, the floor facing her bride groom. A little table bears a bottle of "saki," two cups, and a kettle wit* two spouts. On a second table is n small plum-tree, signifying the beaut} » of tho bride, and'a fir-tree-typifies thr strength of the bridegroom. " A storV standing on a tortoise is an ornament promising long life and.happiness. The two-spouted, kettle is put to the mouths of ilio bride and bridegroom altcrna tivel}*, siguifvtng that they aro to share each otlior's joys and sorrows. Tho bride . keeps her veil, and it is used as her shroud wheu she din?.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WHAT IS YOU "BIRTHDAY STONE?" [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

WHAT IS YOU "JimTIIDAY STONE?" There is a quaint and pretty fancy, at present very much in vogue, of adopting as one's "lucky *>tonu"and especial property tho gem associated with tho individual birth-month. The following arc tho Btones asso ciated by tho Persians with each month, together with tho meanings tliev convey. The garnet is sacred to January, and it signifies constancy in every under taking. Tho amethyst is February's gem: it is said to donoio sincerity and bring pence to the wearer. Tho blood stone is for tlioso born in March, and its meaning is wisdom, courage, and linnness. Diamonds or sapphires should be worn by those who claim changeful April as their birth-month; tho former stones ensuro innocency, whilo tlio lat ter free tho wesror from cncliantmcnt. Tho emerald belongs to May, moan ing beloved and happy. Tho agate is claimed by .Tune, and is said to bring health, wealth, and long lifo to the wcaror. lJubios aro for those.born in. July; thoso goms bring contentme...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

Stock Markets. KOROir. O'Brlon Bros, report: Thursday, April 30. Short supplies of ahcep and pigs bub a large yarding of oattlo forward. /igs.-Only 0 penned, which sold for Messrs. M. M'Douald 13a, Patrick M'Veigh 3K .Sheep.-75 penned, which sold readily at miction for Messrs. J. W. Crawloy come back lambs (small) 9d 3d and 9a Gd, come* Imck wethers Ms 8d, and ewes 15s 6d, Miss Mullens prime Iambs 17a 9d, and T. Goodcn 2-tooth wethers \5b lOd, Cattlo.-234 yarded. A few primo cowa sold at full ratos, Dairy cattlo wero repre sented by ahout 70 hoad of rrally choieo cows and heifors for which thero was a brisk demand, and prices were slightly in advance of Into rotes. Storo cattlo were briskor than of Into nnd all forward sold readily. Wo pfld 21C head for Messrs. W. ljalton, exors. M. J. Dunno, A. Gibson, J. h. ICIdridge, D, Cass, fl\ J. Trigg, W. T. Rtaccy, Georgo Gincfoll, Joo McCarthy, James Bruce, .lames Crow, Crow Bros., Walter Wright, Jitmes Whelan, John Luinsdcn, G. D. M'Gloin,...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

CURES COUGHS Kirkstall Winter Races. Saturday, 16th May. PROGRAMME!: ANDICAP TRIAL STAKES, of 10 JdL 80V3. ; sccontl horso ono sov. out of stako. For horses that have ncvor won more than £10 on tho flat. Six furlongs. Norn. 7b Gd. PONY RAO IS, 14.1 a.u. Handicap of 5 flovs, Five furlongs. Nom. 5s. 1 HANDICAP HURDLE RACK, of 20 sova,; 12 sova. from al«ike to go to Buuond horso. Two miles. Nom. 7h Gd, acc, 10s. HANDICAP HACK RACK, of 5 BOVS." Five furlongs. Nom. 5a. HANDICAP FLAT RACK, of 20 BOVB. Second horso to receivc 2 BOVS. from the stako. One tnilo. Nom. 7s Gd, acc* 10s. HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, pf 25 SOVB. Five hi/vfl. from stako to go to sccond horso. Two inilci** Num. 7s Od, acc. 10a, FLYING STAKES, handicap of 10 SOVB, Fivo furlomgs. Nom. 7s Gd. Nominations close with tho Secretary, Kirkstall, A. G. Bondull, Warmambool, or J. J. Crawford, Koroit, on FRIDAY, 8th May. Weights about 12th May. Winner of any handicap of tho valuo of £9 after declaration of weights, to carry a penal...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. . WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOB PATTERNS, P. F. II ARPEU, -House asid Sign Painter. [Ustadusiii:U 15 Yk.UK>.] EXTRAORDINARY. JUS'J ARRIVED. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, prices ranging from is 3d to 4s 6d. Copper and Earthenware JARDINIERS, At all prices. Call and inspect the NEW FOLDING COT BED, Folds up to 3ft. x Sin. x 4m.; you can carry it under your arm. LINOLEUMS. LINOLEUMS. Make your rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of our Linoleums on your floors. [RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SON, FUMSOOTIM WAS&EM01JSE. FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. 'PHONE No. 16; TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONBS & HAIN, TIMBER MMCHMfS AND CONTRACTORS, KOROIT, A.nd grot their Prices for all K.inc)s of Building' Material. Palings, Posts, and Kails, and all kinds of Builder's ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

WARRNA11B00L. 0 Brien Bros, report Tuesday, April 28. Pigs-511 penned, *of which 150 were stores. Cumpotitioa was very briek for all pens of prime quality, and prices wore firm at last week's improved values ; stores also sold readily at late rates. We sold 181 for Messrs M. O'Kcefe 92s, C. O'Dowd £5 13s, A. Gibson seu £5 Os Cd, Mrs Beard 73s Gd, A. Geary 53s, A. Johnson 03s, G. R. Eld ridge 74e, Michael Scott 67s and 82a 6d (top price of the market), Frank Macnamara 72s Michael Toohey 73s, John Gorman 72s, Mrq G. Noonan 70s Gd, H. F. Shaddock 70s 6d, John Mungaviu 52a Cd, B. Kioano 76s, Mrs Jamos Ryan 77s 6d, Daniel Gorman 78p, Thomas Cotlino 77s, Mat. Glceson sen 7lo 6d, H. Rodgers 70s Gd, William Hulm 72s Cd, J.unes Downey jun 77s 6d, 13. Wick hum 73s 6d, John Luinsden 70s Cd, W. Ful ton 7ls, C. O'Dowd 82s, Mrs Kiely 78s, John Lcishman 78s, and stores for Messrs l\ Costelloe 26a 6d, M. M'Lean 30p, Mrs ! Rodgers 3le, J. 15. Dalton 40s, D. Glecson 38* Gd, ai>d F. MMnnes 43s and ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Football. ANNUAL ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

Football. | ANNUAL ASSOCIATION MEETING. The above meeting was held at the Caledonian hotel, Warrnambool, on Tliurs day evening last, Dr. Macknight presiding ' over delegates from Koroit, Port Fairy,; Warrnambool and South Warrnambool clubs. REPORT AND BALANCE-SHEET. The secretary read the annual report and balance-sheet which reviewed the season, and referred to the successful and harmonious relations existing between the associated clubs. The turnovei of the association for the season amounted to £215, and there was a credit balance of £l 4s 6:1. £39 10s was lost oil two visits of metropolitan teams. Receipts-Balance forward £5 os id, registration £3 15s, advertisements on rule books and fines £4 2s 6d, Melbourne Association match £10 Us 6d, social £t6 15s, Fitzroy v. Koroit L12 7s 6d, Fitzroy v. Warrnambool L17 7s 6J, first semi-final I.Q Ss, second semi-final L42 19s 2d, final L31 13s 6d, grand final L55 4s 9d; total, L215 4s 6d. Expenditure - Melbourne Association match L311OS 3...

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Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

Local Produce Market. Potatoes.-The market opened at £4 5s for pinkeyes on Monday, and remained at that figure until Thursday, when the price receded to £4, which is now the ruling quotation. Very fair deliveries have been made this weeK. Reds, of which there are very few offering, are worth £4 10s. Onions.-Some business has been done in onions during the week at £5 10s, a few truckloads having been purchased at that figure,

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In the Western District. LUCERNE GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

the Western District. LUCERNE GROWING. Although luccrnc growing in the western part of Victoria has not assumed any groat proportions as yet, it is certain that it will ere long be largely sown down. It has been proved beyond doubt thatf it will grow to perfection ill the deep, rich, vol canic soils which form a large proportion of the land round such centres as Colac, Camperdown, Tcrang, Warrnambool Koroit and Port Fairy, without the aid of irrigation. At the Mount Noorat estate, near Tcrang, several of the tenant dairy farmers have now well-established stands, which have greatly augmented the pro duction of milk. At first some trouble was experienced in getting the lucerne to make satisfactory headway. The roots took a little while to penetrate the hard stratum which underlies the subsoil. When they did eventually succeed in breaking through and reaching the sub terranean water, the plants shot up as if by magic. The principal reason why lucerne-growing is not more generally pract...

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Melbourne Pig Market. April 29 and 30. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. April 29 and 30. 1820 yarded. Stores.-Owing to the presence of a country buyer sales were very brisk at slightly higher prices. Best bacon stores 38s to 44s, seconds 295 to 32s, slips 23s to 27s, suckers 8s to 14s. Porkers.-Very few prime pigs were penned, and consequently competition was very keen, and although prices were not much better taking the poor quality into consideration, pork was undoubtedly dearer. Prime 43s to 47s, odd pens to 51s, prime light 36s to 40s. Baconers.-Only a light supply forward, and as a good many were half-fat and inferior sorts, prime pigs were in good demand, and sold at fully last week's rates. Secondary sorts were again dull. Prime heavy weights 69s to 76s, extra choice to 80s, prime medium 6is to 67s, prime light from 56s, half-fat and inferior sorts from 45s. ' Backfatters.-A larger number than of late were yarded, and prices were inclined to ease for all classes, especially for se cond quality. Prime heavy sows £6 to £7, ext...

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Racing Note [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 May 1914

Racing Note (By "FleminRlon.") 'A feature of tho Hamilton mootino Inst week was tho treble success of 'Abbey «vraig. carrying tho colors of Mr. J.N. McArtnur. Ah Mr. Mc Arthur is also tho breeder as well na tho owner of Abbey Craig, h0 will, uq doubt, be doubly pleased to hear oi the gelding's victories. Sumo day, Abbov Craig may eomo forth as u hurdler' and to sonic extent, ut least, emulate tho deeds of lus famous half brotbor. j Mnrimmt. Abbey Craig is certainly i tho right stamp of horso to dovelou into a jumper of class. Caulfield provided an interesting pro gramme on Saturday, but with football now tngaging public attention, raco. course attendances are sure to diminish lor 'tho present. That consistent per former, La George, won tho principal event, nnd won-it, too, in good stylu but, perhaps lie was lucky to got'rid I of Mountain Princess. Tho black innrq was badly placed all through, so barfly indeed thnt sho was right at tho tail end of .tho field, making tho last turn. Al...

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