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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

TOWN TALE i'vccr Uodaou, suuiiossiul iu me men's open Uli 2-a metres ireestyle scratch ruue on Monday night, left by tram iur Melbourne the same night, wiiere lie will swim aa a member of the Queensland University swimming team m Uie inter- University Australian Cliampionalugg next week. Peter will oonimenee Hirst {ear medicine on bis return. Hipping soup at the School of AsU on Monday was Massey Downs' Bill mitiiu:. What Hjll wanted to know wtis: Who said it! xuea taeie was uie atury about the-tennis game ou Monuay—tne one witn the surprise ending. Prow Brisbane couius word that Shirley Perry announced her engage ment to Jxuith Brain at the bte&K-uy pary at tho Dental lioapHiU on Christ mas live.. The «uas ..evening saw chuinpugne tiowuig ul u liuuily gather ing tor fcniriey, given by her bister and nusband, Uwen and Viu Dwyer, ioriner ltomu distribute, at their home in Mew Para. Keith Edmonds, ui (Juolangalta, ban been kolidayiug with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. liichards, o£ Plain...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
This was their good deed for New Year [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

This was their good deed for New .Year I a gaily coloured postcard was re ceived this weelc from the 16 Roma Boy Scouts— attending toe ±\Ji Pacilic Scout Jamouree at Yarra Brae, Melbourne. Thin is how it road; Seat Rflpin,— While we wait for our duty cook Keith to prepare more tucker for 50 hungry. boys, all &oma Scouts would luce it imown ' that they are'havuig a great time. .1 Tlieir main business in camp is collecting souvenirs from Scouts | who are .here by the thousands. Only a lew minutes ago Ituma Scouts returned lzom a preliminary I tryout lor a J?arton tournament which is to be heid tarougnout toe Jamboree. r A cueerio to ail parents from the boys, and -to home scouts, ' I More than 11,<JUU ticouUand irom uU parte of i'he British' Uommou wealth assembled >at >the Jsiaboiee, which was ofiiciaUy opened ' 'by the ; Governor-General (Mr. MoKell) at Wonga. jfark on. Thursday, December

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSIDE NEWS INDEX [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

INSIDE NEWS INDEX P. 2: Southern acceptances. T. S: Swimming scralta, fifty Tears Ago Today, Wool rs port. f, 4: Ambulance race remit* and social cover, For Women Only. JP. 6: Hen's sports. . JP. 6: Letters to the Editor. ; &7: Town Advertising. *ijf. 8; OooBUy Kev». r.f "i * *" yi 1) ii^ t. j

Publication Title: Western Star
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MUCKADILLA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

MUCKAjJILlA KASNi;AiL Rain ,\i i.-jjiuiuHiy, Muckadil.'j, loi rjiii, figures supplied by Mi. J. L. Tlirupp, show tli.it the- yc:n\s tot;:I was nearly two inclies below uui mal. Details;— Jnuuai-y. 7!> jmiiiin, llin-i- wlM. < 1:. \ r.; ITebruaiy, 217, |V n> ; MmHi 33(1, live;

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

PRIMARIES HAVE PLENTIFUL SUPPLIES OF KM D.D.T. Blow Fly Dressing I Gin. Makes 6 Gin* COSTS £1 2 10 5 Gins. Makes 30 Ghu COSTS £4 16 t THE QUEENSLAND PRIMARY PRODUCERS' CO-OP. ASSN. LTD. P.O. Box 78. ROMA Phone, 150, 85. Available Now! ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND SCOOPS for tank sinking ahd every earfhmoving job # HYDRAULIC CARRY-ALL SCOOPS ® AUTOMATIC PNEU-TYRED WHEEL SCOOPS 9 FULL REVOLVING AUTO-LlF.T SCOOPS 0 BUCKSCRAPERS # DRAG SCOOPS A she for every tiaedl ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND RIPPERS # Heavy Duty 3-tyne Cable controlled Rippers with 5-tyne sockets. Fof 60 HP Tractors and larger. Also Hydraulic models later. © Mechanically operated 5-tyne Road Ripping Scarifiers. For any tractor of 40 HP or'over. POWER CONTROL UNITS AVAILABLE FOR - ; MOST MODELS OF TRACTORS futl parttculaft and Illustrated leaflet* about any of our -7 equipment on request. Queensland Industrial SALES & SERVICE LTD. GREGORY TERRACE. BRISBANE - Phones i L415S L1076 UN5 Sid* Quecniltnd Distribute*!:—International Indust...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Drainjn '5 m;ddu>hli st rona Good Morning, Look your most glamorous—to day . . . keep thai fresh loveliness for many to-morrows to cornc.... with '"Pan Cake." Yon, ""Pan Cake" by'MAX FAUTOE not only creates glamour for yon Jo-day, but it also safeguards the skin against eun ;»k1 wind, wliich only too often bring the drying and harsh ageing Bigns of to-morrow. Wo stock all MAX FACTOR beauty aids. Ladies, start the Kow Year right, select n now Frock from our exclusive range of models. These frocks have a neat effortless air ... that unfailing passport to elegance. in 'Aiigtralia.'' The perfect hot weather companion for these shorts, genniue PANAMA HATS are also available. THIS WESK'3 SPECIAL FEATURE We are now displaying the very latest SPOBTSCBAFT tweed skirts and imported English costumes. In view of the promised rise in woollen goods early this year, we suggest you be wise and select ono ■ of these gorgeous creations at once. SPECIAL Men's White Athletic Singlets. AB Sices. Drou...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

W0M€my/'srm<£: .W. PATENTS 1 y \ Hews HOW IT WORKS 1. Sheep enters through special self-dosing gates . . . the animal cannot 'back out of the'race. 2. Operator swings perforated saddle into place behind sheep. 3. Valve is opened and solution is forced through perforations In saddle to give r.tpid saturation with complete freedom from spfash. • " . 4. Sheep.moves out as another moves in, Under average conditions, two men can treat approximately 300 sheep an hour with this portable plant. Ifs the modern way to protect your flock, and it will pay you to get'full details NOW! ADEIAIDEnST., PETRIE BIGHT,BRIS., B35CI. And at TOOWOQM6A — 8UNDABERG — KOCKHAMFTON — MACKAY ~ TOWNSVILLE art CAIRNS for the Elimination of Head lice Haley's NIT LOTION Indispeniiblc for school children sufferiaf fram Head UMt MKa, •» other vermin. Simple H WhS k Uhlk per botlte, potted, «« \f »« •• 2/« DAVID Pharmacies 265 GffOBGE ST. BRISBANE. S9r**ekM BftttBANt fc TOOTWOeWA. MH AT YOUR DOCTOR ORDERS. ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Queensland Agents'.— OBAKSLEBB PTY. LTD., BW AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PARTY (QUEENSLAND) NOMINATIONS FOR SENATE Nominations arc hereby invited of persons e!'(-' fh■' and willing to con test tlie SENATE olo.ctiou ill the interest and under tlic Constitu tion of the Australian Country Party Queensland at tlic next Federal Elections. Nominations will close with the undersigned at 12 NOOK on SATUR DAY, 29th JANUARY, 1949. Nomination forms and particulars are obtainable from tlie under signed or from the Honorary Secretaries of the Divisions or the Electorate Councils or its Branches or from the State Office. N. G. HATTON, Returning Officer, Primary Building, !J9 Creek Htree t. Brisbane. (Box 1G54 V. G., P.O. Brisbane). TO ALL AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Have all your MOTOR REPAIRS. OXY. and ELECTRIC WELDING, PANEL BEATING Done By THE CASH SERVICE STATION Opposite the Commonwealth Hotel, in Wyndham Street, Roma. We have experienced men to do the work. All work guaranteed and a full range of Spart Parts,...

Publication Title: Western Star
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"L" to pay on rinks! NO BIAS ABOUT NEW YEAR BOWLING PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

' L" to pay on rinks!. NO BIAS ABOUT NEW YEAR BOWLING PARTY (By "L.") Main event of the post week was the New Years' Eve party held at the Bowling Green last Friday. Strings of coloured liglits and gay paper anil floral decorations gave tlio Club House au air of festivity. TJic many bowlers of both sexeB and guests caught the atmosphere and with the right amount of verve sped the de parting year and ushered in the new. Guests were welcomed by the presid ent, Mr. J. 11. itothwell. "L" looked for Albatross! As teams fv>r the night's play were being picked a bent and bearded figure stumped across the green, demanding to see the select ore. One was reminded of Coleridge's "Ancient Mariner." "He holds him with his skinny hand, "There was a 'skip'," quoth he. "Hold off! unhand me, grey-beard • loon!" Eftsoons Iiis hand dropt he. After changing bis trousers the " Mariner" was granted his request tor a game and played consistently good bowls throughout the evening. Ladies' rink wins Play...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

STATHAM, CHEEStUN AND CO. (BO1U). Public Accountants, Auditors. Secretaries and Taxafton Specialists. lloDowul] 81., Boms (op. Post OJHceJ. lleiidwnt Partner, Mr. 0. L. Miller, AFIA, AAUQ, AAIB. IdcfbiOBi 8tt» |!Q0ii x>&>■?/ . V c? *> I~jESJGi\J£D to prbyidc^-covJnU^ lieicne ^ in radio enjoj-incnl/Pbttipt ftauiddj - - .~^P ...^jraAl6"to't4>ev proud of. It's n 5-vaIvc dual wa Ve, battery- 4;7^^---ii - :' operated receiver, with "on-off" switch comV'^ bined >vilh the tone control. Limited supplies are al«o available lining Philips vibrator Model 103 ividi a 6 voJt accumulator. Of course, if yon Imve the power on, a similar receiver (Model 101 — for electric operaliori) ideii» licai in nppcarniire to 108, is available. AVAILABLE AT DEVIE FEENEY'S RADIO HOUSE BEPAIRS A SPECIALTY. PUBLIC ADDBES8 SPECIALISTS. McDowall Street, ROMA — Phone 392. Stock May Rise or Fall Supplies Vary in number, quality and condition at Cannon Hill Yards, but acceptance of this advic...

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McILWRAITH'S STRONG PERSONALITY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

HWRAITH'S STRONG PERSONALITY (By a Special Correspoucluat) Sir Thomas Mcllwraitii, wlio iu tlxe latter part of the last century figured prominently in Queensland politics for nearly 30 years, was a horn leader, but many v>f his ideas were somewhat too advanced to I gain popular approval in his time. Nevertheless his achievements, re i fleeting tlii> spirit of free einei-jin;.!', nuik among the most outslauilii'f; ji. 1 Quveiiskiml k'ffisljjliwi. "In n federated Common wealth" our biagrujihcr li:/s written, "ho might, have l>< come the Cecil Hliiides of Australia.'' 'J'he name of Thomas Mr-llwrnitli it. engraved tleeply on the legislative re curds nf Queenslanl, but between tiiv years it was a household word in the then enlony. Id t?very nciiso itv possessor was a lean of bi^'ioss, for, in conformity with h;.i HTeatuess of physique, his menial equipment was considerable. and liis vision of extraordinary range. With this commanding personal ity he essayed big tasks...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Ml WHIR B# BMW M» iMfe—«r noalL MUmwhI MUm Ik* hrrfwi d A. B. Anderson m 9mm IM. MU «$SUM4r/c PMMh% Here is R£AL relief Thousands of happy housewives the world over who used to suffer all the crippling pains, aches and stiffness that " rheumatics " can bring, now sail through their daily tasks with a song— thanks to De Witt's Pills. Their trouble had been due to poorly functioning kidneys—maybe that is the cause of your trouble. The kidneys have the vitally im portant job of ridding the body of waste matters and impurities. This task goes on day and night but, like you, your kidneys can get tired and out of con dition. Shouldthis happen, thesewaste matters that should have been expelled, remain in the system to accumulate and sometimes set up all sorts of crippling stabs and stiffness. Fortunately the roaU—to. jelief is simple. Take the medicine specially prepared to restore poorly functioning I kidneys to normal healthy activity—De | Witt's Pills. Theyactdirectlyuponthe kidneys, hs...

Publication Title: Western Star
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR «</■.— i uotired in tin1 tluil tlie bauks] c.C .N.tMUNJU to finance thej Christmas spree. This was not eorrecl.j The Trading Banks dill issue notes[ before Federation, and also charged | exchange ou their own note*, if taken! from one State to another. Federal ion, I however, put an cud to that "raekot.M J Whin has happened now is that the! Commonweal!h Bunk has issued the! notes, and iho Trading Huitks are diti-l Iribiiting ilium to their various branches' 1 required. | Thiu is the Maine financial technique | by which tlie late Sir Dcnison Miller, the lir.«t Governor of the Common-; wealth Bank, financed the constructionj of the first section of the transconlin-j cutai railway, which, when finished,: was handed over, free of debt and in-' tcrest, ! The Jiradfield Plan for. w atering the I Hinterland, the building ol' the Charle i]Je-lilaeka3l line, the damming of our) weeks and nveis to conserve wutor forj irrigation, and thereby make our fajn-| ish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Available Now! THS FOWLER QUARRY DUMPER Saves you costs! More bodies—less trucks Your trucks can be kept moving full tiiejv? and loading'can be continuous. OTHER "FOWLER" PRODUCTS AVAILABLE SOON:— * FOWLER 3-IN-ONE "MOVEMOR" SHOVEL LOADER MOBILE CRANE, TRACTOR • 25-4D,CWT< TRACTOR MOUNTED CRANE •«*-5.fWlrlMOBIll; CRANC usfriai SERVICE LTD. tftEGORY TERRACE. BRISBANE - Phones; L4158 L1070 L2985 F I NEVER J MUD TO® ©©WSJ On form and station Lister petrol and kerosene engines are o*ed for-a thousand and one jobs. Lister's absolute relia bility is an ever-present guarantee that they will always be done on time. Many Lister engines have been running daily for fen yean or more and have not cost a penny for repairs or replacements. It's worth while waiting for a Lister! » PETROL and KEROSENE ENGINES In sim from 2'fo Sjip., tank ol* tapper ' coolcd. DIESEL ENGINES from 3 to 40 h.p. WINCHCOMBE CARSON LIMITED (Incorporated in t/.8.W. i 9SHU1 EAGLE STREET, BRISBANE local Agent: Roma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Consign everything, to as! • WOOL • SHEEP • CATTLE • LAMBS • PIGS • CALVES • TALLOW WHERE INDIVIDUAL HANDLING ENSURES THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE RETURN AND YOUR INTERESTS ARE PROTECTED BY EXPERTS EQUIPPED WITH A COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE. Or EVERY PHASE OF SELLING BY AUCTION. GOLDSBROUGH MOOT & Co. Ltd. (Incorporated in Victoria.) THE WOOL EXCHANGE,. EAGLE ST., BRISBANE FENtyICK & CO. LIMITED EDWARD STREET — BRISBANE MOTeNGUGH 7*0 GO AROUND! Y-, there will be mac* gar u acton dm year. V7e don't know jw bur ■ won't be enough (or everybody. That1* why weVc ■'n*"'"! that fmm | you nwd for your oU tractor, jnat <■ can jotft* not aUa la bmy a mm c know . . . ur moocf ym tpeod tor parti wtf beat year mfc h aba. i ■ a fa wt 4 k Y« CM* I Hi McCORRfCK BEERIH6 MACHINES, PARTS MD SERVICE DISTRICT AGSNT— • " W P. SCOTT MOWALl STREET ROMA MAZSUPM Mooters/ For highest prices and prompt returns consign your skins to nmomied tm Jbtgiemj, \ ■tUSi WiKis. iix CHANGE, EAOLE STREET, BRISBA...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

L A. UCfiKAlH B, Oom. (Uuiveriity of QneeMtead ilU, AAUQ. Public Acaountaut, Auditor "J Tii Ageit, McDOWAlL M, &OKA. Wo* OmmmmwmMIi Hck. On a promon tory that juts defiantly into the sea - at a place of shady cypress and slender poplars* stands Random House. Here, generations have been born. Here, too, Death has swung his scythe. And here, Mother and Father Random have raised their iamily of thcee boys and two girls. You'll love the Randoms—average people who enjoy the —*nr? pleasures and face the same trials us you do. There is humour, and pathos in tin's moving saga of family life. To listen once is to listen always, for the Randoms of Random House are people you'll be proud to claim as friends. LISTEN WEEKLY TO 4ZR TUESDAY, 8.30 PJH "A MOVING SAGA OF FAMILY LIFE TODAY"

Publication Title: Western Star
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MEN'S SPORTS Roma Had Good Win. GIBSON PAVED WAY FOR WIN WITH BRILLIANT INNINGS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

MEN'S SPORTS Roma Had Good Win. GIBSON PAVED WAY FOR WIN WITH • BRILLIANT INNINGS (By "Leg Break,") Paving the way with a brilliant 93, SI. Gibson played a big part in the innings and seven runs de feat of a youthful Toowoomba. com bined banks team by the Bama representative XI in last week end's two-day match. The Toowooinbu team was nut at its, full strength, while Roma was without the services of its best aJl-roundci, | Frank Hardcastlc. The match, how-i ever, \v;i8 extremely interesting, with several highlights. ■ More than 100 onlookers were pre sent for tliu-grca'fer jr.nt of the mati'h, the new pavilion being greatly ap preciated. Excellent moruing and uttornoon teas, provided by the club, were served on both days "by Oxford team club ladies. Soma won the toss and put Too woomba in to bat on the opening day, J. Moffatt and 0. Stone open ing against the. bowling of Ono nlngham and Castles. i Showing a broad face of the bat, Moffatt settled in well and looked like scoring runs ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

PHONES 154 & 234. PHONES 154 & 234. Uobson's Garage ROMA Local Dealers '■ Chry:!er a»d Po 'ge'CfUT, Truck: and Utilities; all lines. i Standard rps> friwj!!'Passenger Cars and Utilities. Mack Trucks, Ferguson Tractors and Implements. fcnmediate deliveries Ferguson Tractors, Standard and Triumph Pas senger Vehicles, Mack., Dodge and Fargo Trucks. SELLING AGENTS BU7.ACOTTS. QUEENSLAND LTD The ^British FETTER four C?cle, Air Cooled KEKOS1NE ENGINE Proved Ideal for Extremes of Climate Compact, convenient and light—only 190 Ibfc—ttw reUer pre-eminent In Its clesi. v«y atwdy runnta and easily Installed, all parte ana readily KJMtlb while cooling tankj and hoppera have been •llmbtata The Britbh be lit Fetter develop! 1 H.P. at 1000 , I H.P. at 1500 r.p.*. For furttier-particular, contact WINCHCOMBE CARSON Ltd. 99-101 EAGLE STREET — BRISBANE Brenchee at: Longreach, Emerald, Hughenden, Chart* villi, Rockhampton, Delby, Mllee, OoondlwtreS, ft. 6eoi*a.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

PIPE SMOKERS ANDREW MCGEE 1 OastlereagU St., and 70 Pitt St., SYDNEY C:m Supply ], & Co. <><>/0; K-issimo 5G/; Grand Slam 40/9; Orlik 3."3/j Civic 2G/U; G B.D. "6/; Uosebcrvy 24/; Im perial 24/; Dr. Plumb 13/6; IrwinB 13/6; C:ii)tain Black IS/. (Registered Post to Your Door) Mail Orders to 70 Pitt Street SYDNEY. ' CHEMICAL DEBOINOI p«k*ra« vtofcvrt Ifcidtor <MI Mttt,. JM FOR AIL HONE FURNITURE. efam&pecsialM, 260 GEORGE |QJ»J5. BRINGS THE CITY TO YOUR DOOR l^ueeiisiaiid i'ubloial' Supplies oiiera a specialised service to tlie wan and woman on the laud with the regular issue ol' leaflets, pamphlets, booklets aud general catalogues ol ail manner of articles for tlie liome and tlie iarm. Write to y.P.S. for discriptive litera ture on the article yau need. It is a condition of purchase witli y.P.S, that prices arc never higher than any other bona Xide merchant, otherwise tlie buyer haa the right lo deduct the difference. PAINT OTP A...

Publication Title: Western Star
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AMBULANCE RACE MEET RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

AMBULANCE RACE MEET RESULTS Results of the Roma Ambulance B&ce Olub'g New Tear Benefit Meeting on Saturday were as fol lows:— I MAIDEN HACK HANDIOA*, 4JF.: Unji Bine, H.ll, J. H. Henrfcks' br.e., :t vciith (B. Honrieks) 1; High Pelt, fl.lO (K. Williams) 8; Sera Queen, 9.7 (A. Atkins) 3. Betting: 6/4 BUG BINT', 'I'k ITigli Felt, 4'r Sera Qneeu. Dividends: 8/6 and G/6; 11., 11. Timo, 59 M'C.ft. NEW TEAR HACK HANDICAP, 5F.: Only one stnrtei', Bay Boy, D. Wnlsmi's li.fi., -i years, 9.7 (Ij. Cox). Q.A.T.B. COT, 6P.: Tobermory, 8.0, 31. Reunion's cli.R.. aged. (Xj. Wat son) 1; Booreeynnima, 10.5 /L. Cox) 2; fnniiihol, in.'I (K. Williams) 3. Othor starter: Monitor. Betting: Evens rViomliivi, ?'s Booieeyanuna, 5/2 Mnraby 4'r TOBERMOBY. Div.: 18/6; 31., II. Time, 1.19J. SUMMER HACK HANDICAP, 4iF.: Jack Bine, 10.10, Q. J. Henricks' br.g., 3 years, (E. Henricks) 1; Miss Debsi 9.7 (K. Williams) 2; Bandsman, 9.7 (L. WatSon) 3. Others: Hypurk, ltuby's Pride. Betting: Evenn Banda man, 5/2 ...

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