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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

RAILLWAY rTIE TAI BLE Tians leave Euroa DAItL as follows : For Melbourne at 10:17. a.nm, and 0:17 For Seymour and Shepparton lines at 3.17p.m. s t° For Benalla, Wangaratta, and Wodonga; at 10.16 a.i., ind 655 p.m For Benalla at 10.l1 p.m,. : For contiuation of readino matter sde fourtlih page'

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

GAZETTE 19OTICE'. Applications for licenses utider Land Alt 1869 approved.--S:amuel J. Nicholas, "Waggianidall and the 'folloiinig iniii parisli of Gownugardie, viz., Robert Moore, William- Wall; Johnr'Be€iisoni;?.John Spriggs, Maurice - Woods, Michael M'Naunara, Ellen Bourke, W. J. Ryan, J:niies Ryan, John Panter; D. G. Holland W. H.' Thorne, Huigh Devhio;:. Johni Vincent. Licenses forfeitd.- Walter : Higgins, Mokoan; Ethel Beard, 'Talile~ih; John Reilly Karramomnss.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VERY SAD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

VERY MAD. There is a young editor,wandering .in the l wilds of Riverinas who published a paper in the Western district :-He'left the day after. the issue of his last .paperi and is supposed.to beii crosiing'to?Queens land bn foot;tto;get asdwyi:froni ii infuhi atedliopuiliceE eIt seems.itheiro weas 'cncGc1crttgi g""i-y, younýi'ii t·ades o; ýithb bi "ad.the' gallant young. editor :wrote ib up issited , hl?id of shorthorn cattle; dwneid by na squatter in the vicinity, andlie=ii ote up the icttle tilso . r??e c oss'eyed .fo5fi man of the oflice got the t.o articles nmixed up as follo\ws:- f* Tihe co?certgiven last evening?,by siteen'of ourmiostbeauti ful aisqditerestiirn young haiieswas liilghlyaippieciated. They were elegaiitly dressed and sang ini a ~most becoming nmanner,' winnin, the: plaudits of the audience, ?-lho pronounced them the finest shorthorn in the country: ` A few of them :?re of arichbrowni colour, biit tle majority are spotted brown and white. Several of the heifers w...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEARLY A CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

ýiE.AU1KY A1 CATAAT.UtBOI'I(E. It was Sunday afternoon. The clock hadul just sounded the witching hour of three. i He wasn't a traveller. What was more to the purpose, there wasn't a pub lican, or barmau, . or barmaid in any direction but knew hlie wasn't a traveller. Was lihe thirsty? Was he not? Suddenly .down a side-street camne running a little lad writh a small covered can of tempting and, suggestive appear. " Boy, do you know what that can con tains ?" said ouri reporter, in his softest tones. "Beer," reponded the stripling, promptly. "Exactly.: And that beer contains cocculis indicis, corn, starch, rice meal, glucose hydrophobia, and alcoholic adiposity-all deadly poisons, and each enough to kill any.man." . - The lad's hair commnunenced to stand up straight. He set the can down, and mnoved a little distance away from it, i-liereuipon the thiisty one picked it rip, and was raising it to his lips; whemi the boy intertupted him by saying "Ain't you afraid of it ?" "Yes: It's dr...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

CO; -- "' 1 MELBOULNE 3LUIRKETS. -Fat Cattle--1700 were penned, priie sold trol, l11l tu XiJ IU Ssold frum £9 Os to £1U 10; .cctid do sodld front £7 "Os to .t Us; iti..lior do sold fromn £5. P'rniu p:ns t1 c?uws sold from £7 10i to £;8 lOs d ; good du sold iroum £? O;s to 17. UOs widdlilng and inferior £4 Os. Fat Cai?es.-170 were yardoe. Prima sold iat froin Us to OUs;. good do Iroun 40U to 50s; second from 2ts to 35s ;" in; ierior frou 15s. Fat sleep.--The market was largely supplied, a great many beinjg ydiduieu the bulk or which were of second to itifceior qu-lity, with only.. a s.n11:t proportion of primne.. lThl deimaild fur best descriptions was brisk, and for such fully last week's rates were umaun tained, but middling and inferior sorts eA era dull of sale, aud' prices ruled low. YVto .f4,w crossbreds were penned, and with the exception of a few shorn wethers, which sold at from 11s. Ud. to 13s 6d, none were prime. Bust in the wool, sold at from lis. lid. to 15s. Od.; others...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

LOCAL -MARKETS The local mill reports hl:ving purchased during week, over 1300 bag,s of wheat and 145 bags oats, at the following prices: Wheat, 3s 4d to 3s 3d ; oats, 2s 3d to 2 id barley, 4s 2d., also.has on hand for salb a splendid samplle of Port McDonnell hand tlirashed seed wheat, and also impeurial svariety. "Mr P. F. F. McCluskey reports having puirhased for the week : SO bags of wheat 65 b:ags of oats, 20 bags of barley, at the .following prices :-W-V?eat of good quailty in new bags, 2;s d ; oats, Ss Od; barley, 4s. 2d. ?1Tr. D. A. Casement reports having bosught for Derlhua aud Co :-130 ,bigs :oat& iij to 2s. 6d., 204 barley to 4s. 2d: Mr C. 'L. l)eboos reports prices .locally-hs follows. rFresh butter Sd to 10d Potted butter lid to 7d. Eggs, 10d. lowls, _s to 3s per pair. Ducks us per pair. Turkeys as to 10 per pair. :--' Sheepkins ld to 4.dd. A1idudes ji h to 2l C(augaroo skl.a 91 to 1, Id. V- lallaby. S'6Ji 7d: Bear 2s ". Wattle Bark, £2 to .? per ton. J. E. IIa...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

Alessrs. 'luKay and I'Douald report a :laie qulantiti y of lproduce to hatd to day, whlch met witllh brisk comlpetition. atd sold at the following quotatiolis: Checse: Prime quality in -good- deanld, .and sold ,at firom.:id. to 6( ?d lrI. l;. :edimul, 5d..'to jd. ;: iliterior from 4d. Potted Butter. l'rime new nucike, 10. to 11d. per lb. ; good old, 'd. to lOd. per lb 1'resh B1utter Choice dairies up to Is l1d. medium, 11 d.; inferior. 71d. Eggs, fromnt ltd. to 13d. per dozen. Bacon : guoked h na , -id.; aides, sd. to Pd; Ilitches, 7ld; do., green, from 7edi . to So., acc.ording'to Stu l'ty?: lIoney, LAI. for good garden lots; t ush. -d. to 'iL. -iee?;ax, td. pcr !b. iLard, 5d. to id. per lb. Turkeys, from 14s. to 16s.. per pair; ducks, as. to ls.; -geese, to 7s. ; fowls, s. isd. to i's. Car case pork, dairy fed, id. per lb,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

s A \'ORD IN SEASON STwenty--eight Years' 'ractice in this Colony c On · is SPECIAL DISEASES Do Has given Dr. I. L. S M ITH The se Most Thorough Knowledge a Of Disease in all its Intricacies. IN ENGLAND ' SHe was Assistant to tlie . " . Greatest Syphilsgrapher in the World. s DR. IROBERT. JAMES CULVERWVELL t London. d Thus, in visiting DR. L. L. S M IT PATIENTS s. Know n They are consulting one wiho'' "N CANNOT - Be d EXCELLED - In PR A CTICAL EXPERIENCE Either - - Tle Old . - Or in - . - The New. In Nervous Debility, "t In Affections Relating to Married Life, In the undiscretions of Early Youth. In Loss of Memory, C 'Consult 0 D IR. L. L.. SMITH, S IS2rCollius street, East, if (Late the esidence of His Excellency). Consult tion:Hours M ornings, "before 2. SNot'" it'li ome Saturday eeniings or - Sundays. o Censultati0n5 Fee by letter, £1. Medicines,' appropriately packed, for Swarded to all the nibghboring colonies. UR 0UK tAO'OST OFFICOE c l)epartuare of}S -alils. 3Luls close at th...

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A WASTED LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

A WASTED LIFE. MI. AciuinADr. FORBES, the celebrated war correspondent, tells tlhe following sad story of his brother's I fe :-" Up among the heather hills of Northern Scotland two brothers were reared to gither in a Presbyterimn manse. They wenit to the parish school togethe.,, and thec:?c to theUniversity. Iloth I adi re bellious forward blood in their veins. The younger, and by far the more brilliant brother, remained at the Uni versity until 'sent down' f, r a madcap piece of youthfill folly. In shame for his mishap, lie must needs run off to sea and sailored all over the worldl, till, at length, some twenty years ago, he stranded somehow on the coast of Queensland. Since then, but vagunandl piecemeal tidings of him reached his re latives-for ten years past none at all. It has happened now to the elder brother--the war --correspondent, lecturing brother-to pay a visit to Queensland; and lie naturally betnok himselft to search out the career of the errant son of his father. This ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

BOOT, SSHOEiMAKER KIRKLAND-STREET, EUROA. Repairs Neatly executed at Shortest S . .otice. TWorkjianshipa nd nMated Guaranteed. A nd JEWELLER of EUROJ L ?.nay bReseen at iMr Tickett's.Refrceunment Roomsni every WVEDNESDAY, -"'ii hero oirdeirs niaybe left any time ddurinn tlie weal:;{' $ipecIa1 Adivew ent. MARTIN'S I GENU.LNE HUi MOl 'tTIiC. MEDICINES. The following 12 most comin lill` 'used TINCI'WHR Oh PILULEs Inu a Carboard Case, and including Df,. RUDDOCK'S WORK, " The Stepping Stone to Homa?opathy and Health,": may be obtained, price 12s., front.. M aARTIN& aPLEA~lSAN (Late Ailrtin s d. C), 85 COLLINS :ST:, EAST, ACON. 'NAP..I (.lloi10ashood). Chi-lly j i edcts the- circul.'totry sy deu,, and i, curitive iin all cases, of flnlai mantory,; Cattanihl, and S?l? ile Fevrst Feveisll Colds, Liroinchitis; Uhickeii pox, Urup,- .`lteas?es, Pleurisy, Gout, BLead-splts, ?Scarlatiua, aiid Teething ut t:lfatits; Il" Face-atche, l eur.ai, eur and Congestion. JBELLADONNAi (Deadly "Nyi-z...

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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th., 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

PUBLISHSED EVERY F?iD.LY.] MOIISGO. " MODERATE BUT PROGRESSIVE." ;FR?IDAY. FBlRUARY Ith., 1885. Avery simportant motion of considerablk interest:. to the'agr'icultui? d and geneiil "comnnunity, will'-be brought before the Shire Council at its;n -xt sitting by Cr. GGrhamI.':iIt points??out the absolute. necessity' of establishilig a weighbiidge here. That such a thing :has long beeii~ wanting is patent tod e erybody, a'nd it is a maitter of great'iurprise that no one has' before taken the initiative to bring about.. such a desirable consununation.. They opinion of sevend of our leading citizens is,' that the best position for the weigh bridge would be inltnivway street, between the station and the crossing at Anderson street. This would be most centrally aid conveniently placed being on the direct route to the goods sheds, and would also materially obviate the crowding and in avoidable delay, whieh must necessarily take place in weighing grain and otlier goods at the station. • We si...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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THE IRELAND DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

TEILE IEELLL 'X21. 55DIB' TIC. coxPAFr. It is not often that the perfonr.mance of brovincial companies is so good as to call for any special praise. As a rule~ th.se combiinations if we except the "star "are rnere conlections of nonentities who muirder the drama and the Queen's English :with 'cheerful itiipartiality, and. who are about as well qualified to walk the boards as MIr ' Birdlaugli is to siucceed the aiigel Gabriel. -The piblic are familiar with the whole " vocabulary of . thes'e :drilihatid •birdsof passage; aaid long e'perietici'hli -taught us to know-the true imeaning of a anagnifinut and ontirely original sensa tioinal diramiia '(soloe acting, right:, secured biy r r. Blarney) dcddresses t; thici ..en lix htti-iie publisc of- "ii -'bsuiuciflr ii-od rising toirn"' aid all thim other d tails"of professional slaig. They have grown" as 'commnon as dithwiater, nd so; conmmon indeed, that I when a really i meritorious orainisation bills the town it is apt to be considered th...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CRICKET. VIOLET TOWN V. BADDAGINNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

CI1IC ..ET. VIOLET TOW ? V. BADDAGINNIE. A cricket mitchli betweon these clubs was played a Badda~innio on Saturditiy and resulted in a win for Baddaginnlie, on the first innings, by 41:runs. Splendid form w. shown by Dyer, who played two excellent innings for 39 (not out) and 40. .Beggs coiutibuted 29 arid 6. The following are the scores : BADDAnC'ImE.-irst Innhings. Dyer, (not out) .. 32 J. Hill, 1 b w., b Grogan ... 1 Beggs, b Neil .. 29. Davis (run out) ... Abbott, b Neil.:. ... .. Longton, b Neil 0 Wooland (thrown out):... . E. Hill, b Neil ... ... ... O Fenton, c and b Grogan O Howes, b Grogan 0 Boyd, b Grogan . ... O Sundries .. ... 15 .Total ... ... ... 80 Second Innings. Dyor, b Drewett ... .. 46 J. Hill, b Neil ... ... ... O0 Abbott, b Drewett ....... 13 Beggs, e and b' Neil ;.. .... 6 Longton, b Drewett ... ... 1 E. :ill, c Neil, b Droeiett . :3 Woodland (tlirovni ont) ".. _ 1 Davis, b Drewett ... ... 3 Howes (run out) ... ... 9 Fenton (not out) ... ... 2 Boyd, b Neil ......

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EUROA POLICE COURT. Friday, January 30th. (Before Messrs. McCormick, P.M., and Birkett, and McGuinness, J's.P.) CRUELTY TO A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

.Friday, Jsaiury 3013. (Befor6 Messrs. McCormick, P.J., and Birkett, and McGuinness, J's.P.) CitUELW TO A IlORfD.S Senior-constiable ()rr proceeded against a man ulaned Francis Stanbury of MIiepoll for cruelly ill-ti'nting a horse. Mhr. Turner appeared for the defendanlt IR. H. Grhluun depsidtu lihaving seen the'defcndant tlhrash the horse with iron hamnci. :'Tli~Lman was intoxicated at the time. - ?. Ord ginve corroboiativeoividence. i M:'Ir. Turnor ii deieic? e i?rged that his client was too druikn to ill-treat the horse. After consultati?u-the l.:maistrates in flicted a fine of lOs. with 12s. 3d., costs, in default four days inprisonment. The Si te wasFaei p FOWVL SIIOOTING. Henry Elliott v.-. eelands for shooting fowls. Mr. Turner for plaintiff; Mr. Lanirock for defendant.' This.case was adjourned fron last court day, and was fully reported in our last issie. . . The sante ' evidence was given and th'i llench'dismissed the case without costs. 'FlALUD SoMMro\s. Robert EarnshaW ls...

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VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

VI@ L1T TOWN. The date of holding the Violet Town races has been altered from Thursday the 12th to Tuesday 10th March. A meeting of the parishioners of the Church of England took place' in: the church on Tuesday morning last. The Incumbeint took the chair and bxpressed the pleasure ho had in meeting the" guar dians, and stated, for over seven years they had had both peace and prosperity. Mr. Crocker's report of tie state of the linauces was regarded as highly satisfac tory. The collections in the church amounted to £41 3s. 10d., and the-sub scription to ll 5s. The average attend ance during the year had been 68, and the treasurer stated it would have been still larger, but for the illness of the In cumbent during some months of the year. The treasurer also stated that the question of letting the sittings had been discussed by the guardians several times during the year. With the result that it would-'bo tihe best to adopt the method of collecting subscriptions to supplement the othe...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

FOR PAP e BA GS, TEA PAPERS,• STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE "A'ADVERTISER" Office. W. ALLEN. VIOL ET T ) - General' Storekeeper, IRONMOIGEL Has alriys on Iand fr ?ai? Gl OCELRIES S Buildigi mater i-. Cement, Fencing wiire,. (best brands.) A-ent for the NEW ZEALfAND, LOAN AND MERCANTV Ll "AGIENCY CO Melbouniie Cash Advances miande against; Grai an d Wcol. . Agent for the Conainericiiil Union Fire A.su?suranee .ociety. Melbouro, Agent for the -MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY . * OF 'V1CTOIu., Agent for M'Cormiack Reaper and Twine Binder, and other Agricultural Imlplements, including: DOBIES SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION C IIURNS, The mostfLabour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer 6( all Farm Prod FRUIT TREES A MELBOURNE PRI . Ox Tnz Sno - NOTICE. - TII E - MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LI?MITED.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. For Life Assuran.e and Endowments. Policy Holders Divide herbotLs YIHSECTOBM: Mr Thomas Loader, (T. Loader & li Co., ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

For Saile. FOR SALE ON FAIR. DAY. A broad of well 'bred PIGS.     THOMAS MORGAN ,   -- Miepoll. : W.';. an i ted. .. -?WANTED CORRESPONDI?TS in V7 the country district& Full par tlCilars at this offices AviTFD FILES of tho " nurod ' ?--'Adcertiser, from Maih. 1st to .? ~--- G£EI.?""SR" I NTEDl a; gopodlGENER.AL SEW S1 'VANT.. Apply; it onci ? o, ,Mra. D: M?iTKERNAN; Ba1iinttiii. " 3.' iiJat?lsnJi' siistl o iiiifre. • . 'YOUNG GENTLEMAN, resideigt of the district, desires to'correspoiid with a young LADY, with:. a vi'to MATRIMONY: Address; - X: 'Y -. Post Office, Euroa, (`hitsh Notceet. L CHURCh OF E NLANaD. 'HI REV. . L. t SON:N will conddet Divi?e Service e?xT SUNDAY as follows :.- Euroa, morning at 11 a.m., Violet Town, evening 7 p.m.* WESLEYAN CHURCH, EUROA. Briu)iA FE.rAinRay 8rn, 1885.: _., SERV1CES will be coridicted as fati lows :--Morning, 11 a.m.,' Mr, Thewlis, Euroa; Branjee in theAfternoon. Evening, 7 p.m., Rev: S. Scholes. M...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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THE NEW PUBLIC HALL. MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

THE NEW PUBLIC HALL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS   A general meeting of the shareholders in the Euroa Public-hall Company (limited), was held at the Euroa hotel on Monday night. Mr. J. Birkett in the chair ; Mr. Pleasents, honorary secretary, read a letter of apology fromn Mr. Haley, chairman a of directors regretting his in ability to attend the meeting. The report and balance sheet were then read and adopted. The former showed that during the last six months Mr. Maurice Garrett resigned his office as director in order to tender for the building. His tender of £1,536 was subsequently accepted. The contract to be completed on 30th   November. In consequence of the directors having accepted a recommenda tion of the architect to increase the width of the hall two feet six inches and to heighten the walls, the contract could not be completed. The work was well forward and the contractor expected to hand it over in a few days. The whole of the shops save one have be...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885

dyps, thn e 's f ia ilad: l 1LLusb close at Violet Towie Post Olfico aS follow s: ?For IMelbiouln daily ait 9.30 ia.m., nd 5.30 p.mi. For Tamnlelgh, Tanleugh North, (loose bag), and Canisinibo Mondays, WLedsls days, and; Fridays. 1'Mails made up pire vious night 8 p.m. "For Marrraweeney. (loose bag), : Bolsod (loose bag), and Strathlbogie North (loose bag)-Tuesdays, andFridaysi 10.40.p.n. For Barrington's, Caniansbo (loose bag) '?Mondays, .Wednesdays,. anid iFrid?iys. Mails. ?:adejup previousnight 8 p.i :

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Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885

Arriwaa ot Bais. i\LuLs arrive at 'the Euroa Post Oflice as follows : From Gooram, Merton, Dooil, Main daunple and MI'iaisfield, at 5.20 p.m., Sun days excepted. Froioi Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays,' at 5.20 p.m. Fromi. MIidpoll, \Iielioll South, Kar ramobnus Southl on Moniday3s, Wednes days, and Frsdiays, at 9 a.m.. From Sliai'is sCreek, Strathbogie, and Strthsbogie "West, on Wedriesdays and Saturdays, at 5.30 p.m. From Balnattum, Mondaiys, We~dnes daays, at 5 p.nm. Fros" ?loloinen by, Thursd-ays, at 5 Melbourne up and downi traii,: daily; at 10.17i a . IMelbourno up train,'daily'at 7 piii. I Downs train daily, iLt 0 :1 p.m.

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