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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

` The:monthly meeting of the rPo. gres9'League ,was held recently.. The proposed Water Trust was dli. cussed ,and an executive formed ti consider the detuiLs of the,scheme in conjunction with the councillors of the riding. . Much satisfaction expressed at the announcement that thie Railway C'ommissioners had de cided, from the 19th iist, to run the 10;.25 p.m. train from Flinder:s St. to Croydon. The question ol obtaining better postal facilities was brought forward and the decision of the meeting .was that Croydon do Sserved a stalff oflice and proper 1.t ter delivery, and the Deputy P'ost master-General has been approached. The sanitary arrangements for the township wet'e discussed and the hope expressed that the future ser vice will b.e mor'e satisfatctory. We are hoping that the street Jamps will make. a good recovery before winter's dark nights and muddy roads are in evidence. it will be some good time before the electric light will be switched on. Our en gineer will find that ...

THE CHINESE GARDENER. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

"Auslraiia has decreed that' .the Chinese market gardener is to ,die out. Who, then, will take his place?" This question is asked by the &Bdey 'Daily 1elograpli." wlich : prtdieeds -to, discuise the respective merits :of the white tman. anid the" hinese in this capaoity. The SoAustralian, the "Tclegrap" thinks, will not be able to comne "within coo-ee' of the Chinaman, as- regards results in relation to cheapness. He -lacks the patient devotion- to toil which' charac terises the Chinaman. ,iHe will not walk ail day,,and a :great part of the evening, with two heavy watering pots suspended on-a pole.across his shoulders The Chinauann is inured. to this task bly long experience, and it is in this way that he produces the.,best vege tables. Thoe sprinkler, accoibding to Qinuese market gardeners, is'-not to be compared in its .results : with the watering pot, and it .involves, besides, much expense for wasted ?w.ter and wear and tear of .hose. -Then, again, the Chinamail scoresui...

Lilydale A. H. and P. Society RECENT SHOW A SUCCESS. WELLDESERVED EULOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

Lilydale A. H; and P.- Society RECENT SHOW ,I SUCCESS. of . WELLDESERVED EULOGY. Li 1 A general meeting of the above S society was held in the Rechabite r Hall on Tuesday evening last. The W President. Mr C. Blair presided. s The minutes of previous meetings Ca e were read and confirmed. P1 The secretary pointed out that in be connection with the Government. No. R S1I exhibit lie had to pay the sum is a of £3 13s for freight and the employ. e' ment of two men. In the letter froml e the Director of Agriculture .the so n ciety's liability was set down at. £5 0 - to cover cost of maintenance. etc. g He thought the £3 13s ushould be de- ti o ducted from the £5. Mr Stallw'orthm, i - moved that the amount be deducted ti dt from the £5-Seconded by Mr Dun it can and carried. Payments. t is Accounts amounting to £197 Is v Ls were passed for payment. The sec "r retary presented an approximate sta- 1' ,s tement of the receipts and expend- 1 is iture during, the year. The receipts C including a...

TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") -it has been pointed out in tho city press that lownit's owner received more money in stakes for the Newmarket Handicip (six furlongs), than Radnor "earned In his thireo successes over a distance, in which he covered in all 6n miles At the risk of being taxed with harping too much on the sa.me thing, one is temlpted to ask, by twhat process of reasoning can this apparent discrepancy be justified? It is due, of course, to the V.R.C. programme com itittee .to say that, taking the season all through, sprinting is not unduly en couraged at Flenington. We should be especially thankful that at "head quarters" the "limit" is six furlongs except when two-year-olds are concern ed. Still, it seemoi, most unfair that a mere sprintler in the Autumn can gnin mnole money in a six furlongs ash than is allotted a true stayer like Radnorfor r winning threo races, in each of which courage and endurance as well as pace, was needed. Whilo on this subject, it is gratify i...

BOWLING. HEALESVILLE v LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

BOWLING. - IEALEVILLE y ,ILYDA?I,E e. o The fourth contest this season be i tween the- Healesivlle and: Lilydale y Jowling Clubs took place on the - 'Dale green on Wednesday last, kind g for the third time the local team on the aggregate scoros, was placed hors de combat. Lilydale were anx ious to win this match and 12 men s were picked ,who it : was thought would be able to do the trick, but e barring Captain ;Wilsn's rink, the l other two were at the, finish of the game badly down. t The weather was .fine and the , green waS in- splendid order, and the I refreshments. pr'ovided .by Mrs C. Cook .were all that ioutod he desir ed,_ all these things combined, to gether with the friendly spirit per{ vading the players, made the. match one of the most cnjoyab!e ever play ed between-these clubs. --At the conclusion of the game Mr A.- Stallworthy congratulated the visitors on -their win and expressed the hope that Lilydale .would.; be able to pay Healesville another: visit, before the sea...

A PLAIN ROAD TO FOR[?] How Some Secured [?] "Become a Pate[?] [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

TO Fj0.1 How Sotoe Seh or kBeome d par esl e to ý`t ad o pro ror dp 2. °elm . tilob n geleting ne · : maybe `flea,, t~ g*, or do '0i" ·y nova ctfondo th nl s 'IL;. 'erLluts r or do away x:' O'OC°ro adopto : , r 1 cease t0 J r oad [,, u :: proprietor, a trtr'at; l'doplu w'ho h 't:j y use art r L bettver utr ri tali~ts of tovlu .l toi u l -, hod trlee ud. d " ; s4t eb. Foearn thy tenting Ii; tillrll ~, · ou0Kr i ol t o thij! Your in 1U mlever iiii entj 0n, Puh t b I " geuut patents by thook ,` Cu.l, a tu rhcuro of thouk, lly pner ,I Lhacd frdo ilt( ý. For ynut,;! W~hich tellb Rhat i~11:· patent, hode to the Inyeutlous hate bcid t havl bel an liulder o , ,. tioa, a01 What lturtLh pnutll ultite i 4t1t j j,,; . li Dorc bl irc- a~~·~ Cu.), an rený ;". 1f the "lºYonteul, I, III 'edi I til Fl dwt of tIh kind 10 r[j should doito f ccoutivee to gen'iUS,'' 51 (11 reGdn url .: , al'a I'edaldteWl o c~ontideutllll, to~~ (o. as to harvog yon Fill, o l oyan :,: oeatent :Attorney \o, 1 . Th'u lfiult...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

.. IF .. OUT OF GEAR m ''A Perfect Skimmer' ---In other words a Money-Saver every time used.--Such is the report of a prominent' Butter Factory oae the VEGA SEPARATOR. and the Best of Recommendations. Buyers in all directions endorse this report, and voluntarily testify to the high-class finish and simplicity of our machines, which has quickly jumped into the foremost por ton. No other Separator is to-day , eagerly sought after. The. Quality, coupled withoour Prices, represent the BEST VALUE IN AUS TYLALIA. PRIE S: 12. Gall. £6 15 0 55 Gall. £10 10' 0 28 Gall. 7 0 0 80 Gall. 15 15 0 Energetic Commission Agents Wanted. Write DEPARTMENT "K." Buckeye Harvester Co 44 to 52 FRANCIS ST, MELBOURNE. Harrison, San Miguel CORK RR AND SUPPLY IHOUE 'O - Brewers, AeratIed Water Ma . Hotel eepers, Bakers, and Refreshinent Rooms. Correspondence Invited on AlI Articles used in the above trades. Note Address- 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. -U-EIE II "lIIBmml'm jF you have tried A numbers of rem edi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

t : -- -i ACCO Three Special Bargains. (1). No. I "Dudley" Accordeon-9;(in. k 5in., Black Polished Case, 3 Nickel 'Stops, 3 rows Bell Metal : ? . Reeds, 8-fold Divided Bellows, 10 Bone Keys,-2.Nickel . Basses, Leather Handles. 16s. 6d., post: free. (2). No. 2 "Dudley" Accordeoni-10 ~x 5%in.,:. IJ~t1acn Oak Case, 2 Nickel Stops,_2 rows Bell Metal i ds, 8-fold Divided Bellows, 10 Nickel Keys, 2 Nickel::. asses, Leanther Handles. .20s., post free., - . % - " (3), No. 6 "Dudley" Accordedn-10K:x 6ii:., Case Black Polished Moulding, with Walnut Panels,'4 turned Wooden Stops, 4 rows Bell. Metal.Reeds;;12-fold Triple- : divided Bellows, 10 Nickel Keys, 2 Nickel Basses, Leather Handles, grand Organ tone. 35s., post .free. Salso sell Violins, Baijos, Guitars, Mandolins, Flutes,-Blow Accordeons, Co~certinas, Mouth Organs, Ocarinar., and a complete range of Band lnstruments: and.agpipes. "His laster's Voice" Gramophones, Zonophones and Records. ll}rstrated Catalogue gldly seon on request. . WRI...

COURTING AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

COURTING AND SCIENCE. "Yes," said the' young man, as he threw himself at the feet of the pretty .school-teaoher, "I love you, and would go to the world's end for youI"-: : "You could not go to the end of the world for me, .James.- The world, or the earth, as it is called, is roind like a ball, slightly flattened at the poles. One of the first lessons in the element ary geography .is devoted to the shape of the .glbe.- You must have studied it when you were a boy.": -"OTcourse I did; but-" "And it is no longer a theory. Cir cum-navigators have established that fact." "I know; but what I meant was that I would do anything to please ypu. Ah, Minerva! If you knew the aching ,void--" "There is no such ,thing as a void, James! Nature abhors a. vacuum; but, admitting that there oould.be such a thing, how could the void you speak of be a void, if there.was.n anche in it?" "I meant- to say that my life will be lonely without you-thliý you .are my daily thought and my inightly dream. I would ...

ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXVII. HERE PITYING HEAVEN FROWNS [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS ?By W. Howell Poole.) CHAPTER XXVII. HERE PITYING HEAVEN FROWNS My punishment is greater than I can bear. - S"Death.-through internal injuries rc - Gief?d, and accelerated by misadve' ture." Such was the decision of the inquest, and Sir Laurence Adair was buried with all the pomp and ceremony that befitted him. The cortege at his funeral included delegates from every home and family that he had known.. So perished a noble lord and kniightly gentleman, loved in death as he was loved in life one of the few who could look the 'wide world in the face an .say, "I am no'man's enemy." "Ah, how the poor will miss .himn -granny," sighed a dashing, rough, though "handsome sailor, as he Ilel. the frail hand of an old woman in his great brawny fist, his head erect, his noble neck exposed. / "Yes," sighed the feeble woman, looking proudly in his face, "he has been very good to me--good to you, dearie. lHark to't I they are singing at the gate again, "as they- sang upon the inorn ...

Unprovoked Assault. A CHINAMAN ATTACKED. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

Unprovoked Assault. L A CHINAMAN ATTACKED. At the Lilydale Court on Friday last before Messrs !W'. A. 'Wharington and R. T. Kings, J's. P., Bernard Streefkirk was charged by Constable O. Edwards with having unlawfully 11 maliciously inflicted grevious bodily P harm on James All Tack, 'of Lilydale Sergeant Ivey ,who conducted the v case for, the prosecution, briefly out lined the case and then called-- cl James Ah Tack, who after being 1 sworn in accordance with the Chlin o ese custom, told the bench that he' n was crossing main street from the t north side to the south side of An c derson street about 8.30 p.m '.on sat- t urday night ,7th March. On reaching I Hvne's corner three men .-spoke to cl him, but fearing that they were n "lalakins" witness said he did not f speak to them. One man then hit c him on the head and another-knock ed him down. At the time he was struck, witness said that he was airrving a piece of firewood undrt r his left arm and a bag of groceries t over his rig...

Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

RID, A ,'MARCH -20, 1911. Residents of "Warburton and the: surrounding districts are notified by an advertisement in another culumn thaLt Mr A. G.. Cookson- has taken over the saddlery and harness bubi ness recently carried on, by Br WV. N. Thom ait La La. -M31r Cookson is a first-class tradesmani fnd Ousto mers can rely upon him to- give them every satisfaction. .We regret to announce that. ow ing to ill-health, Mir «'.. A- ? har nmgton, J.1,; ,who hias leased his orchard property at- Lilydale to Mr i Oscar- Wright,::oft Cowra, N.S..\V., is leaving Lllydale. For some months k past lr Vharingtoa has not ea joy ed good health, and recently, acting on. the advice of his medi cal adviser? he took a sea trip to Western Australia, and rettrned ap parently much benefitted, but -- -tne strenuousness of his' business occu e pation, combined .with his orchard responsibilities; and other public en gagements, seemed to be more than r iis constitution could stand, with the result that-he has no...

SELLING FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

SELLING FERTILITY. Sliiu lln.tltenallnce . Oi AtihLay is a larger anti( brunuer prubilenl tlan Ion to uilso home resourceS Lo auvantagc, and how to buy fIuit?Isefs econoinllltcy. t'lhe farmLr sliuiLd ais a l.Ilm , i"'1ow iuch ?tr~'nity am 1. .cut.Ig fIrom my iarle cuen year "' loi wit is a great bin of plant loud from wmein we draw a small supply each year. It is not like a tnl t oi \ twe--to be tiawn en eachll year until exnausted, becatllso it is conl stantly: rIceiving new tegl ronll the decay oft plants, weath.r.ug ofi stones and other sources. but eioppllg does ulpoverish farm' soils of available lllant Iod, redlucing tlheir rvitleo or cropping, 'temporarnry at leas?. iti~s pianI food is boig shLpped off in butter, eggs, bhay, cori, alpples, wheat, cotton, potatoes, and in every other orop that goes to market. Inc tlertilhay thlt goes oil in crops never returns to that land. But some crops, or parti of themu, stay?t on the marln." '.tiese a;re the crops that; aro led to stock a...

Summary of Other Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

Summary of Other Reports, Our Sunday School 'Reports are most encouraging. Lilydale reports an increase of 29 scholars, from 61 to '90 (including a recently-formed Young lMen's Bible Cliss, meeting at the Manse); Croydon: an in crease of :4, despite removals, tlhe Foll now standing at 58; Ringwood: a steadily increasing . roll since the opening of the school last Marclh, the number at the close of the y ear, being 27. There hbdve been some very -serious losses of teaclLet, es pecially at Crodyon, through the re moval ' of Mr and Mrs Schuhkraft and fa.ililvy, ut the v~cancies hlave ( been fjlled By -willing helpers .T.l' chief want i. this respect is that' of a Superintendent at Ringwood. As the balance sheets for the schools show, there has jeen a very marked advance in missionary cop.tributions. TIna"e4ch of ;the coigregations there is a -branch of the You.g TIeqpe.p's League of Woqrship, and theregular attendance" of the children is Faost enpouraging, - Thp 1,W.M'.U. hs branches i...

Report of Lilydale Board of Management. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

Report of Lilydale Board of Manage . ent.: , , At .the Zlst annual congregational meeting' it was.resolved to increase the Lilydale contribution to the min ister's stipend. by £15.- It ?ill be seen by the .financial statement for the year just ended that the or iinary income has almost !sulfficed to make up the increase. It W;ould lave been more than sullicient lhad the anniver sary 'collections been up to .the ave rage . . The ordinary revenue -wns £236 5s Od, as against L215 10s 2d for 1912, uan increase .of £20 15s 4d. The special collection for Forcign Missions. has been paid over to thl fund ,ince Jtlie beginning :of th?e y?ar. The Ladies' Salelof Work, with its handsome result of £125 0s 9cl, neot, is fresh in ?the memories of all of us, \\e heartily thank all the ladies, to whose enthusiasm and energy this success is due. . We have .also. to thbnuk "Mrs. Mdorton and Miss Paul for their good. work in collecting for the Stipend Fund,; which has hbo.ought in £13 5s 3d: more :tha...

WHEN GOD WAS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

Texts: iE. pm" tn Pr; 1 all ill s I fg"d tiv Iý iThes and o1t~ . 'el IL nIrna. ratt n the Great Uu , L Wily.~ St. Palul cr hteathen "E a ' ii tl, many, b ut ato '1 I. t Fatiher; ad . inliahlt ti El Christ-al tt \n ]Iviloro aie With I(,ni j T10 s tli e tiie l ," Ilu i l~1k or thanireation o1 (Jobui 1. IS) ' Etvery olth·ti tii jj i.Eij was tim e dief u ir i ii }"en Jehovh (ta Jithe loiar, otit Mal tciidcii to 1C1 tt~si.~l II~ ilhoild and 'n:,jii i I) trw n 11 eit~ i l iL " honor thrlow Cllr0 ii irl. ith the w lIf i 'inii ;i ofiitii, tltiL nl Cot.:ri ll;\~, 1. 13). 11 Ira; th Jhu l i. 1S). Ever). attributtIe if~, ae tarht.lct W~PI l. II ito~LttttiQ, f~ivil tie L) was the Same lhicllllit'n" o rea it~icait Ithat laid · ofaled 1. i cryit teipiI ,f l110 det tol , iii tIIII B I) mle an Lnijica lid ,a,1, andiliiiti.lowecu te ofi~i, be 'tot niet ito ii I6 1111 lti iah 1letii' Il, o lii oe lie.r 1i ii t. ndil L~lt l itiiiii liii1 1~1. iiiLi viiid tilut Cd li liiiLI -erite ii in adr L I'rlr o l...

St. Patrick's Concert at Lilydale [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

St. Patrick's Concert at Lilydale -A full house greeted the perform ers at:the annual St. Patrick's night concert, hlild in the A4thenaeum iHall, Lilydale on Saturday last .The pro grammr e opened witu a selection of Irish Airs on .the piano by ..Miss Dolly Sheedy, L.A.B., A.TC,., an ar tiste-of great merit. Next came Mlr Albert Croman,. a fine basso, with "Off to Philadelphia," Mrs Peter rendered in pleasing style. "Come back to Erin," followed by "The Werinig of the .Green, sung in an artistic :manner by Miss Muriel Mc Dowell. The next to appear was Mr .H. Scott-Leslie, the well known character entertainer, who kept the audience in roars of laughter. "When Uncle told the tale albout Ithe Ghost" was about his best item. Miss Gro man pleasingly, sang an 'Irish IFolk song, followed by: Miss CGldys MIc Dowell- with "Kathleeni Mavoureen" and as ain encore she rendered -very sweetly "M-Y 2Rosary..'a : Mr Hiector Goldspiink, a -.teiori -of -exceptionai~l merit, fauitliessly ang '"Mother ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. To .the Residents of Warburton and District. rj-r - As there are many" whlo lhave been desirous" of saying good-bye, whom I cound -not in any way. known to m'yself, find the opportunity pub Sli..or :private of- so doing, beyond the. few minutes -at m'r gdisposal on Sunday .e.vening last, allow me "to. express '.mv-thaniks :for the. ex-: treme courtesy aiid kindness shlown to- me :during my .long residence amongst you. - Should I, in: the future, return. - to . reside :in* Warburton; :I hople?to meet my :many friends in thel' same spirit in whliich we part. • Mean time, allow-. me to bid farewell-- •Yours ." sincerely, We W. MANTACH. Melbourne;. 18/3/14.. L EIfGH "AND- GUNN.. S NEW BIOSCOPE. at the ATHENAEUM HALL, LILY DALEJ .. . . ion ., WEDNESDAY, 'MARCH "otl at 8 p.m. and see the viery best n M-OQTION pICTURES..> : OTIOTON PICTURES. :. They are here to stay :! .: 5 . . ." " _. - - :" S WE the !ost Reverend Thomas ITo scph Carr Doctor of Divinity Arch bishop of M...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

TAKE NO OTIER,. t" liue ears I suttere ' ;:ha ' -"lrier .jnd tried 1! .. ,us -o btainin v'er lituie re Srite: 'ii IEstlhcr J. C oles, AfL \ \ ter taking *rl~i1r1 i"1)1Cts r"eguhrly for I fuuitt I was grat ly * id, ard ,In now completely oc 1 t1lt..lt} M3 father, w bo is a~1 invallid mid is troubled 7 'I!rr1ipatioit but has obtained ".-atet Ieneuit fromn Chtam11ber tl 'Ilct;, latlrcr aIdan use;. iE.i uu'tdrcun. we I7Va, often z.-" LIreild tood. that. is twenity fy' jr Chlmberlainui's fab you are worse before S? ampaign against t. No matter how slight toYourindisposition your . .Yo yoursell demands that edi steps be taken to irsit , Of course, you Soglet better and not ont ` wo; re b herF 1 lt is in T ou are neverjustified V sin anythin tochance, ' tio ell known, indis tiito. stead ofdisappearing 1A'elop IWeetWill,frequently t.lleded riouv disorders if ' Your safest course TAKE tCHAM'S PILLS tlhe World's finest ,*od remedy0 for the cor ch, liv ngements of the he live or kidneys. ty( ....

Narbethong Races SUCCESSFUL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 March 1914

rbethong Races, , CCESSFUL MEETING t stered meeting- of the rlls took place on Thnrsday, Stoas k a splendid attendance Serealesville was especially 0 eented, and there was ia r, nber of Melbourne people Stha before, the registration tin no doubt, accounting SeetingThe step the club bas ,lat connecti on is certainlyl a - a dthe success of the meet ,· v c1 h form was most gratify-. The racing proved very inter Thed eciting, although the ere not particularly large. firrt class horses and : ponies and altogether the public. ,f d to a good day's racing. Foioning are the results: S s PUR HANDICAP TRIAL E o, C 'aout 6 fur. 1 . For Hdr thathate not won a race on the t ci thc value of ro sovs or over. Coller's Lady Edi, 8.7 Ifnd ). E. Connolly's , Rosa Rona, 87(hi'Inerney) 2 a Robinson's Lady Keola, i (-,: eatch) . " 3 Sry Shore was left at the. post k no part in the race. Stig 10 Lady Edi, evens oma an Silvery Shore, 5 to i iKoola. ?at-' min, 24 sec. IR.PIR H-?NDICAP, about- 6 tur 1 t.:4 m ...

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