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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

(Boob Stories. Raouf Pasha, ono o£ the Grand Viziers when ' the great Elcbi' was at Constanti nople, did not tnko kindly to Mr. Allison, the eccentric secretary to tho English Embas sy. Ono day, tho author o£ 'With Lord Stratford in tho Crimean War' tells us, when Mr. Allison called on Raouf, the latter took f ? no notice o£ him, but romained lolling on a ' sofa. Annoyed by this treatment, the visitor walked aboat the room with his hands in his pockets, whistling a tune and looking at the pictures. A horrified domestic thereupon came up to mm uuu wmspuicu timi* t.u« mui vidnal on the sofa was the Grand Vizier him self. ' Impossible 1' exclaimed Mr. Allison, nloud, in Turkish. ' That must he some flunkey. The Grand Vizier would reeoivc me like a gentleman.' This brought Raouf to his bearings, but later on he tried to pay off the insolent Briton in his own coin. In tho midst of thoir conversation be suddenly broke off, saying the hour of prayer had arrived, and knelt down at the end o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

TELEGRAMS-, Sydney, April 26. All tho prisoners charged with conspiracy to obtain money from Dr. Horatio Wright have been committed for trial, bail being refused. The address to' tlio Queen from the Jewish community, enclosed in a beautiful eaaliet, will bo presented to' tho Governor' to-day. _ Tfie Earf of Aberdeen will' receive an ad dress from tho Scotch Presbytory at St. Andrew's College this'afternoon.- Ttis' annual meetin-; of the A.M.P. Socioty declined tne principle involved by payment of a pension to tlie lato secretary. Mr. David Buchanan has no intention of contesting the seat for Mudgee. Geo. Booth, a prisonor serviiig seven years for burglary,- died Hi Darhnghurat gaol hospital' Tlio Governifiont invite tenders' for' 50 locomotives to bo madb in the colony, The Central Committee of the Bulli' fund report £11,375 in hand. The Hon. James Whito has been elected president of the -newly formed Sydney Hunt' Club. ^ . Tho Victorian' Minister' of Works will check any attempt to...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Australian Tales and Adventures. No 24.—(Continued.) The Bushranger's Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Australian Tales and Adyentnres. No 84. — C Continued .) The Bushranger's Mistake. By E. A. 0, He had written to Mr. Stirling, saying on what day ho intended leaving Mel bourne, and asking him, if convenient, to meet him on a certain date at the little bneb hotel whore the ooaoh deposited posBengere for ? , adding that ho had intended riding oyer, but on second thoughts, finding that hie stay — for business reasons — could bo but a very brief one, would prefer being driven, ob by that meana ho would havo moro timo to talk over bank matters. All orrangementa boing Bottled, ho started by on early train, whioh would take him al most half way on his journey, and allow him time to havo some breakfast at the quaint looking building from whence the coach started on its heavy rood to ? . The three nours jouing ana snaiung loiriy tired mm out, nnaccustomed ob he waa to bush roads in winter, and it was with a feeling of in tense Batisf action that he jumped down at the door of tho ' Miner's R...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Remember This. If you aro tick Hop Bitters will surely aid Nature in making you well when all else fails. If you aae enstive op dyspeptic, or are suffering from any other of tho numerous diseases of the stomach or liiuvols, it is your own fault if you remaiu ill, for Hop Bitters is a' sovereign* rem tftly iu all such complaiuts. Ef' you are Nervous use Hop Bieters. If you have rough, pinply, or sallow slcin, bad breath, pains and aches, and feels miser ablo generally, Hop Bitters will give you fair skin, rich lilood, and sweetest breath and health. That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sister, mother, or daughter, can be made tho pic turo of health, by American Go's Hop Bit ters, costing but a trifle. Will you let them suffer 7' Iu sHorfc they cure all Diseases of stomach Bowels, Blood, Liver, Nerves, Kidueys, Bright's Disease. £500 will bo paid for ai case they will not cure or help.. Druggists and Chemists keep, Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! If when you call for American Hop Hit tors ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, jifocfc ium Ifaftoif Stents, gUtcticmccvs, muV l^niut cutty ? IS A Bi R A K A G/ 19. LAND AGENCY, MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to EE AW UP APPLICATIONS Under the Crown' Lamte Act of -884, . And fwss through the 3LAKD OFFICE Also appears at fhe ? . LtSCal Land Court/ 4 ' ' Ami attend to any * 'ftAND. BUSINESS SJutrusted to then* Full information and particulars on Xand gutters to be had from * | MALCOLM it BEATY, Balranald. THE- ; -Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. T-AID UP CAPI TAT,— ^500,000, Jl with power to increase to 41,000,000/ Kk5ER?k Fi'ND--^£2SO,00(X j. &fZAt- OfHCE: Sydney. AtfftDON OFFICE: 2 Kino William Stuebt, e.C branches throughout New South Wales and Qiraerts' fluid Agents in aft tfca other Cotofttiw atfid ffl Great Sritairi, Amcrfcn, frnfla, Chfnt* and correspondent fJie pri'ncfpal eitfes of' the' world'. iTio Bank discounts hills, grunts cosh credits, makes tfdVartcoa on approved security,- n...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Hotels , w. .,Balraiiald Hotel „ ? (TATTERSALL'S) ^ Mrs. Mi -J. MTJRmS . * 3 KOS to'ajiTiouncb to lior fncmlfi .and tho ? n public, that slio'.l«as now. tnhon tho above well-known It will lie her bmloavour to bojhVjnt tl'c-. Iiti^inosa a^- that it umy compare. favournldy with tlie leadiup Mctro])olitan Hotels in attractiveness and 'bomfnrt. : Every attention Jjnifl to Boanlerfc and visitors. Tho largest and most commbdiotis holiso ? in town. k Jtyhits of the jgnimte always in iFirst-cIass Stabling. Billiards. , . M. J. MURPHY, Proprietress. a-mEry^ ~ Commercial Hotel, / M'MAHON BROTHERS,. . - ; . i ' ' PitoruiiiTone. ' ?'VfESSRS. MM A HON BROS. t,eg JlTJL to notify to (lie publie of Bnl l'uuald and district, tliui lliey have '.takfen the above well-known Hotel, and liopn by gi-viii' every at.tenl.ioni to , hierit a fair- shark , of sitpport. ? , Every accommodation; with liotiie ?boniforts. . ? . v Sample Robins :for Cotnhibrcial travellers. ? . : Good Billiard. Talilo. firbl class ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald.. RlverJna Recorder Office,-. Tuesday Kveninp. Tlio wcatHcr during tlio past week lias been offthe most favourable description for pas toral ami agricultural interests; The days - Kiiivo boon pleasant anil .warm, and the niglitfc; ffeo ffom any signs of fri'st,.so' that driving rottcd'tli'e district, the appearance of vor~ ditr& ii a treat;. to witness* Long, may the.-, country wear such a garb'.- StOBlc^OiVisainiys. — On ttVn 99i\d iri YntW wethers -crossed hero from Freemont ou their way,' to» market; John Byrne, owner in elfarge.. Some date a largo consignment cf Bullocks -from CToncurry (Q). . for Victoria r 2400 Being ? dropped ' at Moolpa: Another' Urge-mob of cattlo from Queensland may be eKpecled'to cross-in a day or two, cn route foe: Victoria/ tho property -of Hay Brothei Bp Burgess in charge. We hear of 5,000 ewes ? from-iVictoria having crossed tho YVakool on SunilAy, for th'e back- country. . Iiambmg is in full swing in the Mouliimciri dastri...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Passengers by Coach. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Passengers by Coach-. Arrivals: From-Swan Hill — April 21— Misses Hooli and Swain, Mr..J. C.'. Bowdem April 24 — Mr. and.Mrs;. SKeard:,,awl.Mr. Browm DKrAltTORKS. To Swan Hill — April 21 — Messrs. D. TS. Irvinoand Murray. April 26 — Mrs.. Close..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. April 25 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Swan Hili. htnoii ovsi CCmHESTONBENT.'? ... . April; 25 Mr.' A M 'Donald Has' recoivod a reffuitii-' tion, signed by mo'.-t if the residents of the town, making him ti allow himself ,{# bo nominated for tlie,vacdncy in the Shire Gimn- i cil, caused by. tlio death of tho lato Mr; liCitch.. Mr. ii'tJoridld Jius consented,' and fti.is likely to bo e!cot6d unopposed.; e linve had splciulJd growing weather/ iti ps aAd giaaS' At e loAUiii'g splendid. ; 'I llei'fc was qnife a bevy of ladies congre gated a'.'Miid M r.' Mvitilo'cli' s li'ow confec tftnery shop on iSatnrday oveninc. The at triictiuii lieinff a disnlav of weadin'iT'eakGM; A'hfch \Vas a very ^creditable 16'oal pioduc-' (fo'iV. 'i'k&i ai'd Bbvordl weddings 6u th-r' Mpf#; : ' , . , j_ . - , . ? We are id'h'ari £ Bn'ihelor'# Ball im itii 17th a'nd an Oddfellows Ball on the 24tb', sir we frill have a gay aiid festive time.' . W hoAil of inixed JioVses, crossed here froii Pool) Tioon, on routo to tho Siuidhnrsb mar ket on Sa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
"ALMA." (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XLVII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

'ALMA.' . . An Original Australian . Story, ^ Bt HAEOLD STEPHEN Esq.; M.P. Olf NEW SOUTH WALT5S, (All Sight! Reurvcd.) CHAPTER XLVII.— (Continued.) - Alma laughed, and declined, and Mr. M'Corkle retired,, having' first taken the ' lerberty,' as he called it, to shake hands ?' with the young lady, which he did us slowly and solemnly as if their parting was io be for ever. Wo will leave our Heroino under the oare of theee good people whilst wo see how the discovery of her flight affeoted the ProfesBor and Mr. Johnson. ? - . CHAPTER XIiVIU. THE roRSUIT. Stephen Trodegar was not quite the re . . ' vengeful monster he avowed himaelf to be. 16 is true that he had cheriahed feelings of v , , hatred towards hiB brother, and his brother's -'!??? wife j but, when he stood by the dying bed ot the ono, and learned that the other lay yet unburicd, pity took the place of revenge, and ho assumed charge ol the orphans with an ' 1 . honest intention to do hia duty by them. Unfortunately, he could no...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Benjeroop April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Benjeroops r,; . ... — o — (Fitdsi dim OWN Corkesponden'ti) ( April 22. A mealing of the commitiee of the proposed -Lower toddon Iriigatiofi Trust was held oh the 19th inst. The principal business was to deiine tlife boundaries of the triist. The petition which briii»8 tiie triist under the ne-v act was alsb, bohipleted and was ordered to be iqi'warded to the Minister of Watfei- Simply; At tiie termination of tlib bpminittee meeting a public t meeting of the residents nf Benjeroop EaSt ^Vas held tb boiisider what action iJlionld be tukeu in referencfe' to .the survey of that section of the Swan Hill l.inej lying betweeh Lakes bharcb aud Boga J as tit present purveyed it paSsbs behind tiie Lake Charm Hotel; iind about threb, inile behind the Mystic Park Hotel, which places tlijj liiib beyond the reiich bf persons living on tbe east side of the Loddon; It was unanimbusly defcided that a petition be drawn iip and signatures collected foi' presentation to the Commissioner of Railways, t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. An Orchard At Avignon. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

poetry. Ad Orcliard At Avignon. The bills aro white, but not with snow ; They aro oa pale in Summer time, For herb or gross may novcr grow Upon thoir slopes ol lime. Within tho circles of tho hills A nag, all flowering in around, An orohard-ring of almond fllla Tho plot of atony ground. Moro fair than happier trees, I thinlt, '? Grown in well-watered pasture land, These parched and stunted branches, pink Above tho atones and Band. O white, nuatoro, ideal place, Where very fow will oare to oomo, ? Whero Spring hath lost tho waving grace ' She wears for us at home 1 - ? . Fain would X ait and watoh for hoara --?'!- Tho holy whitonesa of thy hills, . Their wronth of pale auroral flowers, Their poaoa tho silence fills, ? - A place of secret peace thou art, Suoh peace as in an hour of pain One moment fills tho amazed heart, ? And never comoB again. — Athenaum.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

booltiiitt Gave Him tJh-^VIs ItpofBibiii tliat Jlr. Oodfrey .is lip and at, wm-lt, and. cured by po slinple, a;; remedy t1' I assure,] you it is.trno that he Is entirely. eiired, and with notUiiig hiit Am, G0'«. Hop Bitters, and I biily . ten days agi) Iub d-fct-irs .gave him ii|- and said lip must: .die,' , .''J^oll-a-day 1 If lliab IB bU 1 Will MIMIU-V^UIUi yCl; UUII O fur my poor George. I . klioW Ifb^are good ltsadi : , v' ' boCToiiS are getting m'tirij &'hd iiioro^.intrt the Habit c-| ' plc8eriliiiig proprietary medi eiiies ih ilicir priinlice; cspccially that kiiown as Dr. Jjell's (Kidney and Liver). Bitters for diseases of the kidneys, liver and blad der. They know frotn experience tliat it is bf nior'e Value in siieh tl!dca«e£ tllalV day pre soilpti'oii they can write!

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ivanhoe Races [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Ivanhoe Races; , - TlVe followili'g are tho weights':1— 1VANUOE HANDICAP — 1 - miles.' . ? ? i ? ,i. , ' st-'lb. . it. lb. DMriiond, 6yra . . 9 u I -V»nt It, 0vr» .. 7 7 Alliu, 6yr« ;. 8 10 Mr W. II. Morccr'» Stonjjlirotie 8 10 Vangiiitid, uM 7 (? Queen ofnea^i/nje'd 8 7 Mr. Joliii Oornmn'6 Queen Elizabeth, 'Byre 8 2 Vmijuard ..7 2 Hzz, O.vrs.'. .. 8 0 BloiiUcl;8-'« .'. 7 0 Olnucun, agej .7 7 it) Leila, 'ajjed „ .. 0 12 Blwiclio.'lyn; .-.7 ,7 Ada' Beatrice, SJ'rs 8 7 1-LVINO 1IAKDICAP— Tlirfc-quaitere oliriille. Desmond,1 5jrs .. 0 7 ExJIoFer, -jrrs .V 7 12 n«IIM, Ojrii' ;. 0 7 fiuxoii, 0yr« .. 7 12 Stonebroke .. 0 0' Vanyuard ;; 7K Uncle fiani, 4jni .. 0. 0 Blanche, 4yrs . .. 7 B l'lM,'0.\r» ;. ,. 8 7 1 Want it, Oyra .V 7 fl' Queen of Jlenrta ;. a 7 Leila, aged . . ,, 7 9 Qlnucua ? 8' 4 Bumpkin/aircd' .'. 7 0' Queeii Elltalictli.e.vre tf 2 Juba, au-ed .. .. 7 fl' Oa»H(.'lit, at'ctl s d Kwlom, 4vra .'. 7 0' JUMPING HACK, . , About 2 J mllci, ovor 10 (cncu, Sit. Otn. hlgK;'.. . After...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Murray and the Mallee. ON TO WENTWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

®e\Murray and the Mallei. . (By TirE' ABS'i'iiALAsiAW Repohter)1 61? TO' WENTW'ORTH. r _ Werit worth' is in the colony of ,N#w ? ? Sbutfr Wales,- 11 miles froni Mildura, lJlit' itf- riitiy W concluded that a: few 1 iUiles- are lieithol' here nor there' to a' pSrty' politician'.- i'hat' Messrs.- B'erifc iiritUChafley iutoiid to' shift the' future fed'eM' city' tip' to1 Mildura cannot; be SiipjSbsedl- At the junction of tho Dai1-' lling?SVith; the' Murray, aiid sO' centrally Sitriafod' ate; regards its' distance fro/n1 ^vrlnnv'. :irVr]' Atlplnirt'p'. -f ritt'tf Safjirisirig' that Wentwortfr aspires' .fftffe* flie' political calpital of Aitetralia^ when federation' becomes a fact; It is already, in a sense, a place of 'magni- ficent distances,' for it is a magnificent distaiica from everywhere, itnd if the site is low and flat, it is niore healthy than tiie valley of the Potouiac. Tiie climate is- warn), and lriosquitoes iii'e somewhai;numerdiis, but these circum stances riep^d not sta...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mount Wycheproof. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Mount Wycheproof. (Frioii our Own Goruesfon'dent.) April 21; A very pleasarit and enjoyable Evening was spent at Tenner's Hotel; Mt; Wycheproof. The meeting was a thoroughly representative one; the busi ness being to present Mr. Gunn, tlifc Secty. of Wycbepiioof District Racing CJliib with u very handsome gold locket Suitably inscribed: Since Mr. Grinn was appointed secretary to the club, he ids bf his indefatigable exertions brought the Ideal racing club very prdml hently before the public,- and we are * -Very gltld that his efforts have been ap treciated. We must congratulate the fount WycLepfoof Race Club On having such an energetic secretary, as he' has mainly been the means of plac ing the Race Olub in such a good financial balance, and in Conclusion we Sincetely hope that Mr. Gunn may be loll' spared to wear the very handsome fjfesfi'nt which he well deserved. Mr. Allpress,. who was unanimously foted to the chuir, proposed the health Of the' Queen,- and also stated the Object ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Mum, HOTEL,'' TdllN CUI/LEN, 'Juxk;, 'PropVietoi*. ~r -???? ? .. - ?: ,. \, THIRST Class accommodation 'for Com- ' '?*- 'marcial'meh and familioii. Uoirnjiodipus stables and attentive groom. Best Wines and 'Spuits only'. Billiard Table and Sample XioomS. I Horses 'aiid B\iggics forHire'i ? I r _ . 'OFFICE FOtl COBB 4 CO. t . . , Coaclics. leave daily for Swan Hill-, Balraiialdi Eusfoii; We'ntworth, arid other 'iiar't's of 'the f. _ Colonies'. - Wm. Bucklandv Agent for M.ejbb'urne . IdaiVy and Weekly Papers, .alaj. Riverina. Re- [ 'cordetf' and Deniliquin ? Cjironicle.' ? 'AdvertiseiWi'its .. 'r'eloeiveld' for aibove ' ; ^pape'rk ' j- . Agent for, Oolo&lM ; Fire and, Marine, insurance Pqmpaiiy q£ .New Zealand, , -Capital £2,00(-,(j00 (TTrilimited Lia- , ' Tjflity).:;.; . .. V _ ..... _ _ ? ! . ELoondrook, Victoria'. i , fcOVAL HOTEL, ; \Next 6) 'tiie Railway Station); ; ; OEAlfG-. ^XCELLENT nccommodatloil for Com 'JQi t mercial Travellers and Visitors. , Best Brands of Wines ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

E. H.- FARRANT, Hairdresseiv Tobacconist, - and!' Fancy Goods, Newspaper Agent: (jENT FOR' ' Age,' 'X^ad'er,'' ili ' Australasian,' ' Ai'gu's,' Sket-' cher,' 'Sportsman,' ' Family Herald,' Australian' Journal,' ' Oiice a', Week,' ' Putidh,' 'Kerang Tiriies,'' '' 'Illustrated . Australian, News,', ''Sydney Bulletin,' ' Sydhd^ !Mail,''' Echo,' ' Hdrald,' arid '''Riverina1 BBfoimSt*4

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Moulamein Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Moulamein Annual Radesl Tuesday,- tile J9tH bf April was a' most favorable day for out-door enjoy ment, and the weather being so propi tious tended in a great measure to bring a good concourse of people together to the Moulamien racecourse which is situated^ about two miles' from the t'oWnsllipJ-aVid1 which' ik l'eatihed bV a pleasant drive' through dome bcJx? tim ber on to a nico level' open plain, on which the' tradk iS' laid out.- The ar rangements for the meeting werd' well conducted,- and' the Moulamein' 'jftatiS Committee ma/ well be proud of having Such an energetic an hiird. working lion, secretary, as Mr.- A ngils Cameron'.- rflV. Meiii was as dsuriil a most efficient judge ;' and tiie dutifes' of starter' wflr«' most RatiKfactorily Carried out' ih' tiie hands of Mi-. N.. Miicnulej-.- Tlio two booths were Supplied witli liquors,- and were under tlifl m'anagement of the two' local hotelkeepers, Messrs.- M.- Warren and D. Uiuna. substantial arid nicely laid out Itinch in the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Oxley Races. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Oxley Races. The fii'Ht'annuul meeting of the Oxley Jockey Club, -came off on Thursday last (21st inst.), with pronounced success, The racecourse which is situuted'about a mile from tiis' tir.vnihip near Lake Kumetchen,.lias jjtat lii-eu lately formorl and promises' vfith further improvement to become a good running traok, being both level and good going,- but consi j....: ? ii._ ..I ? -. ►!,..» ....... UDl'lllg IIIO DI1K1U IIUIO nnil. nils luiuncu tho stewurds to malco preparation for this meeting, the condition of the track proper was most creditable,- a- great deal of time and labour boiug spent both in measuring distances exactly, und filling up any littlo crab-holes or hoi- 1 Iowh that ili I exist, '''he weather was moat favorable,, tv nice breeze off the lake Cooling the Utiliosphei-e, and in a Ic ing it quite bracingj but not too Cold to prevent the spectators from thoroughly enjoying . tho day's sporti The ut- . tendance we Consider , was exception ally good for a country, m...

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