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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

U Stork an* Sofias // \\ kESBt, fl \^r^/ NEW SCH1IEB DBAPEEY. STEWABT & LUCAS HATE LAKDEDL ex XABXABAN, PBCAPOUB, DABUHG DOWKS, nd SUFFOLK, JHNETY-ONE PACKAGES OF OESEBAL DBAPEKY, EVEBT SOVELTT SOW WOES, ASE HABKED VKEY CHEAP. Paxnsss Rsuhb Foot Fbiz. I1EWAEI AID LUCAS, Buxfhsna; BOCKHAMFTON. flHA£LES F. CEIPPS, \J Euour Cbxubt *kd Wnmm DEMJ.asjimaaiikiiigttiep.Mic far the very Bnl support accorded to him during the bet ten jbhi, tifaa Om vwatiuuty of dtamng rttentian to Uk mmny t&na&mi bomumJ by Ins BrttHWrmpnt, the bert -rf ha kind in central Qaeendsnd. The DIBPENSDTO DEPABTMENT is under the speeisl aqMrviaon of tto Princrasl, rfMbss.fterS^otQnJifiaJMr.famtte Qaeesdsnd Medial Baud, asd who has bti a Urger PipmVnng in dixpeosnff tinm apy other perautt in nofiiliaimilimi. AIDPnBcrip tiom are made np by tinmelf or a thorooghly competent Antut, ax of wbom wnTtie farnaonfliePreBmnataniMro mwilw for ncanng rtfittHMttl uupoiUdioBS & DngE direct faai Umdan,...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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European and American News. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

European aad American Men. (&£mvmtfiom America, farm.) Tax Btokisg or the Qospaxbeck. — !«**[_ December 29.— Madeira specials gives tbe following xautuxdars of the taming of fite emigrant sum Coapatrkt =--? The fire broke out at uridmght on November 17, aadwitWn entire length. Tbe scene was one of the wildest confusion, but two boats succeeded in getting away, each of winch contained thirty persona, inese remamea **irr*** tne sup nnifl the 1Mb of November, -wbeu tbe inll was comnfeteJj- burned, and the vescelsunt. Tbe two boats then started for land; tbey kept together for two days, when tbe gale c^sxetedtima. One «f ti«n baa not since been beard of; tbe otter was tallen in with by the British ship Sceptre. A* Sat time it cantsitted fine persons, tw-s of whom died be&nzWSa^KeeluaStHeW' Wbea tiae vessel was 4iscsverea to be entire, agdzr persons, auastiy women, rnsbed into one of tke bosts,wtochwas opsi»ed,andanin ttwetfe drowsen. Seen after, all the masts feD, kSw ma...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The Expedition in Search of Classen. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

The Expedition in Search of Clasten (From iUS. X. P^Ut* CrnmpomfcwLI Lewie Tbdjusos, Ihe aurVMut of tbe Hume expeftmuon, arrived in Tmbbo on Sunday. He came from Bourke per Cohb and Co., and goes onto Sydney to-day (Monday). He gives a mostpuaful account of tbe snfienngs experi enced^hniiaelf and ms al-£sted oomps^aw, Hume and O'Hea. Thompson, who is an «a-gB-»r'''. thirty-two years of age, joined the'eipoiitior.atMagendie.on ti» Barwos tncomnaiiywith Hume aad O'H8a, he went ontofiie Baiesme and Mbome. Tleyhad, when &ey left Mumodk, eigkt horses, three asddlessdnVe pack sraab; after axmsEg Bbs Moooieiitey made towards theWaxrajO, and croeaed that river at Connamnlla. Tbey then stmck across to tbe Paroo, «a naafa to DowWsThonnmgsbsh station «n the Bofloo; having reached there, -they 'apeued ' for &re or six weeks, in order that their bones imgh* be tnssh far . xbe long and arduous undertaking they bad before them. After leaving Dowsac/a, they asde mrKocsatunga, ontheW...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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OUR BRISBANE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

I OUR BRISBANE LETTER, f The ?* Barracoota fever' has subsided, and an excitement less severe, over tie annual elec tions for lie Brisbane CSry Council, ba« super vened. A mote ttan ordinary degree of in terest is this vear being mMrifnutwl in those elections, winch is a, hopeful aign; and altttondthe — ~«J--»- do not admit of a .?^TiSutoidiinriravementinthe composition of the Council at the present time, still several new men are likely to be returned who via be at least opal in general quali fications to Hie retiring aldermen; and a moderate infindon of fresh blood win be of some benefit. There are six wards, and two ?MlM^nm for each, making twelve eoonciuoES inalL There are now six vacancies, tol, one candidates are as follows : — For East Ward : Messrs. F. Beattie and J. Campbell. West Ward - Messrs. D. P- Milne and William Thome. North Ward: Messrs. A. Billet and A. HubbanL Valley Ward:' Messrs. J. M'Master and J. D. HeaL South Ward: Messrs D. Grayson and John Kennedy. Ami Kang...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farther News by the Suez and Melbourne Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Farther Hews by the Suez and Mel bourne Mail. (6. M. Emlfi SUrnnom.} Sfqbjtsc Iieus.— In a bicycle race at Wolver bamnton, between Keen and Stanton, tiie former won; he did fifty miles in three boms between tiie Bey. Mr. Maeaounell and Mr, vVkisker, terminated in favour of Mr. wtufKec fnseen ^ — J were confaisbsd, ixgnBBSBg 4Xt Odober 29a and * »»-i j'mjjg every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday tia the end. In the boot race at Putney on the 10ti,forflflOi Thomas Grifnths, cfWaiaU worth, beat John Coxen, of Snrbiton, by fonr tnfr*' In ? pstr-cand zace on 13ut Tyne, for^MO aside, between Wimdripaoa BagnsB on tiie coepsrt, and Soyd and Ijitiwinen ob tiie other, over a coarse of three and a half mass, the latter won by six lengths. Peckme, the rhuTns'nii walker, attempted a feat of walking eight mnes in an hour, but faued. Fuses. -3-i the 15thadestractrre fire broke nut in tiie bnaineK; centn of Bfmfrm^ United States, tiie loss is -Ttimrtrfl at a miffian dollar. A great fin at I3k destroy...

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Public Buildings in the North. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Public Buildings in the North. The works in progress and recently completed in the northern dgfaicta miner-tbesiuWVuiun of -he CalanisI Arcmteet's departebent are both numerous and important, and show that tiraportion of tiw^Sony ia not so utterly inhahitsBtewnaldaometimeshaTCnatCbsrier) Shortly after the Calmer rash net in, several buOdingiWBre onmiiwirBd at Cookbwn, sad are now completed. Amongst these is the bonded store, a Urge framed boudinc about sixty by thirty feet witii adesformed of Bawn slabs, and the roof covered with galvanued iron. The customs offices is a stznetion. Only a portion of the bmldmg is at present occupied as csatoma ofSoes and quarters, the — ???i-J— being temporarily used as a court room dmingtfce section* the new courMwuse and offices. The puot bmldings, which are also finished, consist of apaotioose— sitaated on the side of Grassy Hln, immediately above the wharfs, and over ioolring tie harbour— and hnatiirww and bar racks for hnatmen, both placed in a ...

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Calliope. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Calliope. [FSOH DOB OWN OoSSIBFOSnsST.] Is mining there is nothing of special interest to report Then is no water for uusUiuu purposes, and very little good water for drink nib tSbctt A nunsBi ttvcxv day, bnfc 4nc ahowerBarenotanffidentto atteTaB level of Se grass looks fine, ana: live stock are looking better (or it already. At the Company's mine, work is being pushed vigorously ahead, large *AAjH*f hang made to &e machinery. Quartz is bemg stacked at the battery; and a fan- ahowot sold W38 got in the western drive last week j bat one can form no idea of itz quatitjr tin the battery has done its work. At the Connamatta Beef some rich stone is being raised from the ten fathom level. Aim vial, quiet Anew rush is reported to the tableland, between the heads of tie Csffide aid Dan-dan Creeks, about srxty mrlrt from Gauiope. u has laqg been known that a party has been working there, and that they have stuck to & through goodsnd bad for more than twelve montin. Xho, added...

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD, TROFICAL FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

| STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. | THOPIiCAI. FBOT18. Ajcono the fruits recommending themselves to he here hi the tropics, the jackfrnit atands promiDent B belongs to the order or fsmfly of HiB^ftocacpaGCK! orbreadfi'uil, snd »^*in* to a very large euse, often towering op to the enormomhH«ht of fifty or airty feet, and wifli i-a iaqge noasJifce leaves and «praadtng branches lorms a, taoat welcome andaereeabie shade. For6Md+earingqa»litKBiti.aecond only to one other pUntm the world, and that ia the breadfrait'taee itadf, tnown in botany as artanarp— iacba, wfaue Hie jack&nit is tH*xmjmtimhgr^lia. T3a foot of &e jack is very Urge and prodncei on tne stems, and if taken at the Mht time is by no means to be despised by the providers for Urge families, after the palp Veens, Oe aeeda taay be masted, sod are then vary agrwhln and nutritions, being abort the siae of aamall chestnut. Another valnabte Indian bmt is file Dorian idtrio mbetUmmt). Tim tne, Hob the last .mentio...

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Peak Downs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Peat Downs. fVEOJC OmB Dm -SWBlPTPmaLmotJ.l Ik common with other towns we have jnat got timngh tiat times of oar mmncipel caecbona, and tie result, on the whole, may be con sidered satisfactory. In dermont one old member and one new one have been ntnmed, the former being the ex-Mayor, Mr. J. Ifulrur and he U --»n anni danbid totbat position- In Coppemeld tare new Aldermen ntve been etected, and one of the most useful am in tbe town (Mr. Howard Smith) bas been ousted from his east, but it is hoped that oppiaiiuiH.v will soon be afforded far Iris n Eecias. A good deal of interest rathe ejec tions was manifested m both towns, which perhaps is only proof that baamess is dull, aadtsat people nave but Bttte to do. To-day is tin monthly pay-day af Copper neld, and I bear of more departores amongst t&tuneni. Tsksnrtef tiringisinucb to be regretted, but wffl no doubt be remedied when the weather settles and tb» smelting works get info full operation. At present much morejseis xaaed f...

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MINING SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

1 HIKING SUMUm. j Feom Oowarral, the pleasing mteffigeece has nacbed us that Crawted'a party, consiating of tines wutsjug men, have manp a rise roconSy, tinangb tiie Jiseovery of a 'rotten leader,' a few inches wide, and very rich. For afottmghtfe work they bave realised at kaat aim, having taken out ISO osa. of gold from the loose earth, fifteen pounds of chloride of saver, tea-thirds of which is gold, sna ea*t or ten tons of quart* which fe expectSto yield nan 14 to3»-nto the tan.' Tbe baldea of tiie chum nave been especislly fortunate, seeing that it sad been ofeeotD soutiiem capsounts for £800, and their takings leave them a dear gain of iWO, and tie poBssaionof a more valnable lease bold. In oot bat we said that most of the quarto milfa at Mfflchester were stopped for wantof stone. This is sbH the case, but some excellent entshinesaraiepoEtEd, -Mt parcel* containing STB tons of atone viewing 1171 ounces of gold, or only a little under tin averageoftwoonneestotiietoB. Th-highfrt...

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COOKTOWN, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

CoOKTovx, Febmary 3. fFrtm He SriOmmt Paper,) Three alligators, the largest bang twenty, five feet in length, have been asm in dose proxhnny to the bathing place. The Harbor master hit one with a rfle shot, bat not mor tally, and directly afterwards two darks appeared. Towssvux£, fnebroaryC An inquiry was held yesterday into the circumstances afrtrnninf; the drowning of two Chsnameu frost cae of 13» boats of the A&K. Compsnye steamer Victoria. Prom the. evidence taken, the Bench of M»gi«fa»fa», decided that no blame whatever was *+*™*-»fl News from Cmafanto the 3rd instant the Government boats at tile laora Bzver GrossiBg. The wet season has now fabiy act in, and aXL the rivers and creeks betaveen Cooktown and the Palmer are impassable, and all conmumirition is therefore «»aletely cut off. The foBowing shipments of sold have been made by the A.6.N: Co's. s. Victoria, which sailed far Sydney to-day, eaBmg at Bowen:— Bask of Sew South Wales, 2253 ounces ; Australian Joint Stoc...

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THE LATE EXILE, JOHN MITCHELL ELECTED FOR TIPPERARY. LONDON, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

THE '*TB r.vrrj: JOHN MUCHrXL, EJECTED FOB DPPEBAKy. Losses, February 17. John ACtcheU was returned unopposed for Tffiperary Comny this monBug. In the House of Commons this afternoon, the Government moved that a certified copy of his conviction for felony be laid upon the table, with anew to move next day that Bte Speaker issue his writ for a fresh election.

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Later Telegrams. COOKTOWN. February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Later Telegrams. OOOKTOWN. fym. TowssmutJ February 15. Tee weather here h favorable, fine dnn bang mta^oaea wifli snaddne, accaofBiBd by dear coal breeses. There has been no newt firm the Koamnby or Palmer during tin past two units. The Deightoo Brrera, both of winch are naming Here art no men pncnable to work Hie onmmeBtbomfa, for femr of the blacks. Several bige parcels of gold fcsve come during the week. It is repotted flat fine reefc have lately been opened at Ifee Ftfmer, and tint tine is good wipe far machinery. 33k Hacks are stol bnddemne. A public meeting is to be convened to call Officer here to place all vessels coming bom Towmvffle m. qnazantine, in consequence of file measles raging On TheLmieMnirand Day Dm, schooners, havearnved. The Ber. James Carson, late Moderator at the Presbyterian Assembly in Queensland, is aetffing men, baring taiEU charge ct a. anted ?rto hive nndertitni to assist tie rev.gentie Tlte prodsce mazfcets aze doB. Br tins morning's steamer. Me. and H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

riTOE fiOCKHAMFTOif BULLETIN, X pobfisned every mooring at fire o'clock, isflie oldest and most widely-cirailatea arm i^aadmni to tuislmnUiy local news, the readers of the Bcums are provided with die late& telegraphic and otiiermh£igeri££froniall paxtatftkeTOH. Metropolitan and official every important town in tire colony. Ax an advertising nmdmm, tite BuUEns is senerally *'*^iihI Ii'^ to be ???????1 to no journal in tike TO COBBESPOXDESXS. MS- Intmding KOaetiNs an larnDded fiat snbecriptafflB «re pmyaUe in »11 omb in ad vance, and. Hah, viien fonrardei &r any tram less titan, twelve g-mT-r^m, the charge m ttt tabe nbe oE -pt iJiiHr^gf; and. »*faTTa«r-»att per

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The Arctic Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

The Antic Expedition. T*B£ expedition which we ace to send out win follow die track of Davis and Baffin, and later of Kane and Hall. All of «ery efiectual precaution being taken ^ic disasftT— — w|mc1i ts die very first consideraticn in planning an ' Arctic expedition. Not a few stem lessons have been taught us of the evil issue of throwing an r^rdiAm into Arctic regions with no provision for escape in die event of mischance, and no means for its discovery m tbe case .of its jeijuir ingbelp. So far as hoinan foresight can |uovio£ a|i^ii^«j snch * -ni'| mjjTTinfSj it ts believed that die arragements which have of the safety of die uewexpedition. This erpedrrion wdl move northward, having die Danish setdements in Greenland, which are accessible six. months in die year, as its base. It will follow the coast of Greenland as it is definitely known to exist fiom the 60th up to and beyond the Srst r*aTT*n**1 of lafflmif in Smhh Sound. In or about the latter probably, should the Greenland co...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. MLISS. CHAPTER L. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

TALES ANO SKETCHES. I MLISS. Bx Bkh Hjsxi. CSAfXES I. Icei -whan the Sam Sends begins to subside in gentler i^Jnlrf^m., .ad the wen [tow lev npd and yellow, on tbe rido of s gnat zed mountain, Hands 'Smith's Pocket.' Sen from fl» red road at sunset, in the red light and the red dot, to white houses look Eke the oiucroppings of quarts on tbe mwnilain stfe. The rad stsge tapped with led-ssotad i«M»iiuiii- « lmc to tier half a dozen times in the tortuous descent, turning np omexpeetedly in out-of-toe-way nbces, and Tamsiring auogetber within a luiudred yards of the town. It is probably owing to tins sodden trot in tbe road that tbe adrant of a stranger at Smith's Packet is usually attended with a peculiar tir eumstaneeB. IhsmounJing fiwn the vehicle at the stage-office, the too confident traveller is apt to waft straight out of town under the im pneaknthat it lies in quite another direction. It is related that one of die tunnel-men, two miles bom ton; met one of these self-remmt pneeng...

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CHAPTER IL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

CHUTES Q. Has opinion which MeSoagJey -iiinianij in leteienuB tos 'change of heart 'supposed to be experienced byXnai was more farabiy de saribad in lbs gulches sad bmnela. It was thought there that lOiss had- struck a good lead.- So when there was* new gsn added to die little enclosure, and at tbe axoense of the master a UtUe board and inscription put shore it, the Bsd Maintain BamwToune out quite handsomely, and did the (air thing to tbe memory of one of 'our oldest Pioneers,' sDodmg gaatuBj to that 'hue of noble tnteDecu,' aad otbnrwise genteelly shelling our dear brotber with tbe past. 'Selasnsas only chaa to rnanm maloss.' says the Banner, 'who h now mo . *muij-iy a*ri-olaaa*- tiiairtsaB to tbeeSorts of tbeBer. Mr. Mc3usgWy.' lbs Bar. KcSnagV, infant, mads s strong point of aOs«-saon«-sion,ana. indirecBy attributing made aBasrjng allnsians in Sunday school to the beneficial tSttiM of the * silent tomb.' aad in IstllS COBBtnll ffmfeWttpfafaOD olOfS DMt QC- Inft children into spe...

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ON MARRIED WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

ON UfA^PTTtn WOMEN. A. TSaxkikd Wouoc w composed of two Patta, benelf and a nurse. Tbe nurse ivw np sbon wiflj -3» ddUren, add herself Utcb down stain in tiie drawing room, and tends the eenmuoe 00 me Uaiiog. Borne Ibnud Women are tall, oSiere are Aort ; bntihey are etoot without exceptko. Hey keep their ttadaVBTYbidi. and walk alowir. Tber have one artificial too&iacb, tartmrj one of them has loatdtttootlb o( wisdom. Tfaey pnt .Marraawir ml in their h»ir, and «rear $a*m fitatwe tooamall for tteirfaBDOa. They bwe rings ootiasr fingers and bard eyee- 13iey are thirty - three year* of age, J?nt make titeir ins baoda pnt them down in the Census paper as twenty-five. They walk ont allowed by tall wotnati carrying babies. Tbef fiwjnfioflf torn hack upon tie tail woman and arrange the baby** doaav and ast the *mB wonunV opinion as to whether the son ia too stroog for the -bourne,' or die 'lffl/ ioety,' or tine 'iHty AiUj.' I h*ve ne»er been able to dtaeonr Ae meaning of«heword'tre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

STEAU TO LONDON. BISECT FROM BIDSET. i^v*. ?IlHE~~inaSn»«ent new «ai '*' OmIW Al«* UoydV 3816 fa— Ragaf. SBO nmn !«?? iiuuiinal, ... . J. C ?*?#'»% rwimnidii. to UnM^doit^i mUcd KABC8, MS. ? ' .?'?'- ' ' Tea wife naadaTwUnut emotion Oe lagt mi fineat niLirfiiii gwraigrtfaa toAmtaua, and t» ogieeted to anhe the voyage in 4BDASB, UK atteobVn of uibmiilim and ahipnera ? tonity awpteHatiea. ^^r^^S mm & oa. john headbkx: * oa, «««— Eton- -CTrANTED, THEKE to SIX BABBA W 1TCNDA, in alcohol Alma. CDBHt -SH3BS in BntBa, KA. fa. BHtiedanto ?C SMTIH, ttfikpe, tfflSOUi infant MAGAEKC AND . CO/S 6DEKBCINE ADELAIDE FLODB. yiTOE mrimmmd ?re in nalgf ?*»-« M_ direct $na fern Addiide of the '*°re ta'd *r. JACTSO1T & OO, AgeBta. JW. FACE AND CO, . I niEOBXEBS OF GKNEBAL DBAPEETT. 8OKQ. lOLUKEBV, AKD MEN* OlOTHING, StstfiisaB, KOCKHiKPIOK. -xamBBeui. b&hbxkg oompant of CunxL, S&BQflOO. . Bbbse Fdvp* ABKANCH -* Che aixoe BASK m '» -W«4ed in BpAlyq*-, fa* Imanlini nf ?? h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Rissroy Pastoral, Agricultural, and Horticultural Society. ri ituS First qTiwuiiM T.TTOfwtn)r| of wu? aboye - X Society, will take place on the_Grounds, Bockhsmpton, on Wednesday ta&TSunsiay, 26th and 27th May, 1S7K - f llie fallowing Draft Schedule was adopted at a meeting of the General Committee, Add an Friday, 13Ui Febrosry, 1S75. £ - T-EIZE SCHEDULE of the FITZBOY X PASTORAL, AGBICPLTUBAL, and HOBTICCLTCKAL SOCIETY. Section L— HORSES. BLOOD HOESES FOB 1U PURPOSES. Embrace Re, 10*. 64. each. 1 StaDkm, three years and over 2 Do. two yeas and under time 3 Do. one year and nnder two 4 Mare, dree yews and onr 5 FiHy, two years and nnder three ? 6 Bo. ooe year and nnder two 7 Mare and Foal S Best Horse or Mare of any age DBAUGHX HOB5SS. &1»K Re, lOr. 6i -seL| 9 Heavy Stallion, three yeam and over JBmtramre, Si. «a*. 10 Heavy Staffion, two yean and under three - 11 Heavy StaBon, one year sad nnder two 12 Heavy Mare, -time jean and over 13 Heavy F31y, two years and nnde...

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