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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. (By Klkctkic Tki.v.israi'H.] Wednesday. Mr. F. L. Barker quotes— Sheepskins, full wooled brought from 5il to 5jfd, medium quality 3Jd to 4{d. short 3d to 3{d, pelts to 2jd ; hides, best heavies ^brought to %I, ordinary 2Jd to 3d, light medium 2£d to 3d; tallow, prices advanced about 50s per ton, best beef and mixed making to L27 ISs, fair quality L24 10s to L26, mutton tallow L27 10s to L28 10s; marsupial skins, kangaroo, largest to 110s, large 40s to 65s, medium 20s to 37s, small 10s to Us, very small Is Gil to 7s, wallaby Is6d to 10s, bear from 3s for small to 5s 6d for large, cat and water rat 3s, kangaroo rat 6d, goat Od to lOd, opossum, superior 7b Cd to Us 6d, good 5s 9d to 6s 9d, fair 4s to 5s 3d, rumped 2s to 3s ; horns, firm, largest from 35s to 44s, medium 24s to 30s, Bmall 10a to 29s ; bones, market quiet, best shanks L5 to L6, inferior L3 to L4. common L2 17s 6d, hoofs IS ; hair, in demand, clean and sound horse hair 14d to 15d, w...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Extraordinary Story of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Extraordinary Story of the Sea. The National Line steamer Spain, from New York, which arrived at Q.ueciistown, brings intelligence that an aged gentleman named Muiiagh, residing in Brooklyn, received a letter recently from one of the islands of the South Sea group, Ojee, written by a friend of his named Captain Green, who was sup posed to liave lioen lost at sea in 1858 in .a vessel commanded liy him called tbe Confederation. She sailed troni ftew lorK in renruary or tuat year lor Australia, and, uot.having been heard of afterwards, it was presumed that she had foundered with all on board, numbering 16, including two women. The letter, written on a soiled leaf of a ship's log, was dated July, 1SS7, and hod been put aboard a whal ing barque which passed near the island about that time. V'lie writer observes that no doubt all hands aboard the Confederation had been given up as lost. He then relates how the vessel foundered in a gale after being nbic weeks at sea, and how her crew, inc...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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About Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

About Railways. 1. How many miles of railway iu the United States? About 150,000 mile; half the mileage of the world. 2. How nmeli have they cost? Over $9,000,000,000. 3. How many people are employed by them? Mora than 1,000,000. 4. tt nai is me losteat time made uy a train r Ninety-two miles iu ntiiatytlircG minutes, one mile being made in forty-six seconds, on the Phila delphia and Reading railroad. 5. What is the cost of a high-class, eight-wheel passenger locomotive ? About $&,500. C. What is the longest mileage operated by a single system V Atchisou, Topeka, and Santa Pc system ; nliout 8,000 miles. 7. What is the cost of a palace sleeping car ? About 13,000, or 17,000 dollars if ' vestilmled.' S. Wli.it is the longest railway bridge span iu the United States ? Cantilever span, in I'oughkccpsic bridge, 54S feet. 9. What is the highest railroad bridge in the United States ? Kinzua Viaduct, on the Krie road, 305 feet high. 10. Who built the first locomotive iu the United ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Progress Committed Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Pxogress Committee Meeting. The usual monthly meeting of tho Port Macquarie and Hastings District Progress Committeo was held og Saturday lost, at the Star Hotel. . There were present — Messrs. G. ltronsdon (in the cliair), G. Lindsay, T. Suters, A. Kennedy, G. Stcele, W. Bruisdcn, James Campbell and A. E. l'ouutnoy (secretary). The minatos of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed; correspondence was read,*all of winch, with the exception of the following letter, has been already published iu the local press. Sydney, Hth Novr., 1888. Sir,— We have your letter of the 9th inst., and will have much pleasure iu carrying out the desire of your Committee as far as possible. In dnaling with road mutters it is essential that we should be informed what is actually required. With reference to road Ballengarra to old Macleay road, you say it requires to be proclaimed and opened. What is its position nuw ? Hoe it been surveyed, or is it a reserved road, or is it absolutely in a st...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Cricket. PORT MACQUARIE V. HUNTINGDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Cricket. FORT MACQCARIE V. llONWKGnOX. A match between the above clubs was pktyca on Saturday last, and resulted in a draw in favor of the local team, as will be seen by the following scores : — Port Macqcaiue. E. Mulligan, c Neville, b Sunnnerville 1 A. Cummins, b L. Summerville ... 7 J. E. Flynn, rnn out ? 0 W. A. Spence, b L. Summervi41e ... ,18 J. L. Ruthven, Ibw ? 22 C. Lockton, c Gilbert, b L. Suinmerville 5 J. Condon, run out ? 0 W. Hattersley. b Gilbert ? 4 J. Cook, b L. -Summerville ? 4 E. Wilson, not out ? ... 3 G. Ruthveu, b L. Summerville ? 1 Sundries ? 21 Total ? 129 -HnNTIXGDOS. Jas. Neville, c Mulligan, b Spence ... 10 J. Gilbert, run out ? 4 G. Lindsay, run out ... .., ... 0 A. Faiclincy, h Hattersley ? 0 A, Fowler, b Condon ? 20 Jno. Neville, c Spence, b Condon ... 1 L. Summerville, b Spence ? 6 \V. SummerviUe, uot out ? .22 A. Mitchell, b Condon ? 0 C. Clarke, run out ? 1 W. Lindsay, not out ? ?. 1 Suudries ? 10 Total ? .., 75

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Agricultural Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Agricultural Committse. A wkllattekdeu meeting of tbe Port Macquarie and Hastings District Agricultural and Horticul tural Society .was held in the committee room of the institution on Saturday last. The president, Mr, Joseph Laurie, occupied tUo cbair. The minutes of the previous genoral meeting and com fit if. tap m&tit.iitfr iv/*nA ftkaA ttnA ^-/tnft**mai4 4!i*rrwa pondence was then read ; and a list of subjects were chosen from a printed circular received from the Board of Technical Education, upon which Mr. A. McKay should lecture, when on bis visit to the Hastings district. It was decided that lectures should be delivered at Port Macquarie, Eunis, Beecliwood, Rollands Plaius, and Kendall, if practicable. Mr. G. Bransdon explained that (he sabcom mittee appointed to carry out certain improvements to the show-ring liaS mat and decided upon the enlargement of the ring, but no tender mA been accepted for the work. He thought it would be well for the general committee,, to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

. , ^ .. . . ? ? - . .???; .. ' . ?;. ???????;?.??.??:? ' ' ' .... ' ' *? .' * ' ' ' * . ' . ' JEW GOODS NEW GOODS ??????? ? ? t- ? ? - * -'' ? ? ? * .??'??. ? . ?-???? ? ? ?? ? * . ? ' ' % . ? * * ' : i i i ? :.~i '— ' ' ? : —~z^r. ~ — ? ' ' i ^^^^s ' ~ ' ,dMbi, ~gggg,Mll_M^.w,,JtoH,fa_1^^,4waaB8CgBgaagas^BTgw , „ , t-Kngnr- ts&sm .y* In tendering his thanks to the public of Port Macquarie and tlio Hastings District for their Liberal Support in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the Price-list of Goods now on sale at the 'West Port Macauarie Store. : Wo Low Prices are quoted with the view of misleading1 the public— everything advertised is of reliable and sterling quality. . - — . ___ He is now opening a large assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of the following : — Drapery. Fancy Prints, at 3d per yard . . Prints, .at 4d, 5d, 6d, 7d, 8d, and lOd per yard Striped. Zephyrs, at id, Gd, 9d, and Is per yard Fancy 'Drillettes, 7d, ...

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Quarter Sessions. PORT MACQUARIE, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. Before His Honor Judge Murray. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Quarter Sessions. Port Maoooaiiie, Monday, Novembeh 26. Before His Honor Judge Murray. Mr. Browmug acted in the capacity of Crown Prosecutor, the other legal gentlemen present being Messrs. Best, Digbton, and Kemp. Before proceeding with the business of this court, Mr. George Bransdon was sworn in as a Justice of the Peace for the colony of New South Wales. As tbe evidence in each of the cases which were tried haB already beeu published by us in full, on the occasion of the commitals at tbe police court, we do not consider it necessary to rc-publish it, but only to give a short reiuine of the proceedings. r.Aitr'i.-K-v Albert James Atkins pleaded guilty to the charge that he did on the 25th June last, break and enter the shop of Ole Henry Olscn, and steal therefrom jewellery to the value of £50. He was further charged with escaping from tlie Port Macquarie gaol on the 5th September. To this charge he also pleaded guilty. As to the character of the lad, who gave his age as 16, Senior...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

For Ever True. * CnAPTEK XV. 'My -veddiiig-duy I' murmured Nancy, ns she staggered to liw foet wlinu tlie firstbrijlit touoh of dawn crept into tho sky, ' tlie day that should liave boon the. must beautiful of my life, and is tlw most terrililo 1' ?-' ? 8he*was faint and weak with long sitting ; iiolf-faltorod, and foil. With great difficulty die made hur wiy to the bod, groping for it like a blind creature ;'and, roaching it, she stumbled on to it, and immediately lost con sciousness. . « It might have been a sivoou or only a deep exhausted sleep that overcame her. Nancy never knew ; but she remained like a dog through the early morning hours, and nevor moved till a voice sounded in her cars and someone brushed back the heavy masses of liair from her hot brow. It was Baines. 'Miss Nancy — como, Miss Nancy — rouse, yourself, my dear. I have brought you a cup of coffee ; it will do you more good than tea, )»iss. It's me — Miss Baines; don't look so frightened, my dear.' ' Poor lamb— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Hastings BT^^^OGkey Oluto. ANNUAL BACES. ? 1st Finland 'January, 1889. * FIRST DAY. To start »*. 12 noon : TRIAL STAKES— £10 ; for till hones th»t have never won a prin exoHJlDg £10 ; 11 mile : weight for nee. . To start at 12-46 p.m.: BACK IUCE-66: (or aU hones, to lie approved ot tiy the Stewarts ; 1 mile ; weiKht 10 stone. LUNCHEON. Toftutat£40p.n.: NEW YEAR'S GIFT HANDICAP- A sweepstake of one sov. each forstwten, with £20 added, ueond horse £8 from the prize ; 11 mile. To start at 3-30 p.m.: HUBRY SCURRY-HE!; all hones to be approval ot by the stewards ; once round the coune ; catch weights. To start at 4 'SO p.m. : LADIES' MILE HANDICAP— A sweepstake ot ten shllllnes eaoh for starters, with £10 added, sooond horse to receive IA 10s from the priw. * SECOND DAY. To start at It noon : SHORTS HANDICAF-£8 ; J uUe. To start at 12-46 p.m. : HANDICAP HACK RACfi-jM; lor all horses, to be approved of Ij.v the stewards ; 1] mile. ? LUNCHEON. To start at 2-30 p jn. : HASTINGS RIVER JOCKEY...

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Ennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Ennis.           (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.)     Weather,— On Saturtday, 24th instant, the glass stood 96 in the shade, so your readers can imagine that the Ennis folk are,   even at this month of the year, enduring very hot weather. Yesterday (Sunday) and   to-day it has been very cloudy, and I hope I shall have the pleasure of recording a   copious rain very soon. The very telling heat has caused Nature's appearance to change very much even in two or three days. THE CROPS. — These are, considering the very hot weather, looking very well indeed, and if the rain is only timely good crops may be anticipated. The great rise in the price of maize is of course acceptable to the   farmers, although of course we know it denotes soarcity elsewhere, consequently it does not bring the great satisfaction it would otherwise have brought.   OB...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Death. CRAIG.— On November 25, at his residence, Raw- don Island, George Patrick Craig, aged 88 years. THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS.   SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

CEOWN LAND. CALE AT THE LAND OFFICE, PORT MAC O QUABIE, on Friday, the Slat day of Decem ber; 1888. Country Lota. No. of Portion, 26, County Macquarie, Parish Balleugara. Remarks Distant about 12 miles north-east of Port Mac quarie. No. of Portions, 131, 132, and 135, County Macqarie, Parish Macquarie. JRemarks— Distant about 2£ miles westerly of Port Macquarie Bridge. Department of Lands, Sydney, 2Gtk November, 188S. ROADS. THE attention of ALL PERSONS INTER ESTED is invited to the Government Gazette of the 20th instant in which appear notifications with respect to Proposed resumption of land for and Preliminary Notification of a Parish Road near Port Macquarie. STEPHEN FREEMAN, Under Secretary. NOTE. — Copies of the Gommvw.nl Gazelle can be inspected at the Crown Land Office and the Police Office of the District. Punt for Rawdon Island. THE residents of Rawdon Island are requested to ATTEND A MEETING, to be held at G. HARRIOTT'S STORE, ou 5th December, 7 p.m., to decide on the MOS...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Inquest. On Saturday last the district coroner, T. W. Palmer, Esq., J.P., fceld'an inquest at Emits touching the death of Susanna Trotter, who bad expired suddenly that morning. Ttie-jary were composed of Messrs. Joseph White, William Branch, Henry Dawes, and H. R. KendalL Tfae -evidence of William Trotter, the husband of the deceased, wes to the following effect: — On Saturday morning, at about 8 ?o'clock, Susanna Trotter, my wife, was sitting at the end of the table churning some milk, when suddenly she exclaimed ' Oh, Father, Father,' and putting her hand to her head, she expired in about ten minutes. The de ceased bad been complaining for many years of pain in the region of the heart. She was 55 years of age ; and -jad been attended by Dr. Casement, from Kerapsey, and by Dr. Cortis, late of Port Macquarie. It is now six weeks since any medical gentleman at tended her ; and although her health has been very poorly, no one expected such a sudden . death. The deceased had predicted...

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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

' * SYDNEY, ! * ?» Thwsday. M In the IiegiBlafiT? Oosncil the second ireafling-ef the Payment of M«rabers Bill v(as negatived 'by 50 to 5. ( In tiie Legislative Assembly, the tremier, Sn 'reply to a gne|jjon, gave the House to tunflsrstand 4hat%e appointment of Mr. «-| ^fl.l J ... a. ?vooacnap -as travelling commissioner was jpractically -abandoned. The House went into Committee of tSn^plies 4o coitsidertlie^ Estimates; aud Mr, IDibbs, on %chalf of theOpposibion, said he w«s prepared to give every help in getting the Estimates through for the Governor, the Executive Council and both Houses of Parliament. The Premier -expressed the opinion that the office -of Agent-General ought not to be ?a penaanent one, bat he did not see his way to make -any change at present. The Premier leaves for Braid wood on ?Saaday, ?accompanied by the Ministers for Instruction and Jlines. The committee of the Australian Jockey dub las removed the Rosehill Racing Club from the iist of registered clubs, as i...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. - ?*?-??-** '?':'? I -^ December 5. - Ml. niuVer of the OaBtle Island branch of tiie NationaJ -fieagup declares .that Farnell took part iaseveral outrages against tenants ?who paid their rents. ... '. . *:0; .: Russia is Irritated at tbp ascendancy of Sir Henry, Drui))iuond nfFolfe, British SDecial Oommissioner in Persia. France has at last consented to co-operate with the other Powers % -suppressing the East African slave trade. ' - O'Connor, the Canadian sculler, has been feted at Toronto, and leavei for Australia to meet Searle. t . DocemT)er6. A further attempt lias been made to des troy the register offioe in Paris. . : 'Moiloy, an Invincibl^Hias been arrested, ?ou the order of the Pornell-Kmes Commission. The Maori footballers have beaten the North of Ireland team. The Prince of Wales has consented to become patron of the United Grand Lodgo of Freemasons in New South Wales. m Three men have declined tire Governorship ~ «f South Australia. Sir E. Baldw...

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What Happens in a Minute. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Wlat SappMu-ia a Jliaate. ... A San Francisco paper observes : — ' A ray of light travels 11,600,000 miles. In tha United States the telephone is used 595 times, the telegraph 136 times. The lowest sound your ear can catch has been made by 990 vibrations, while the highest tone reaches you after, -tnaking 5,226,000- vibra- tions. Of tobaoco, 92blb. are raised. aVid part of it has bran used in making 6673 cigars, and soniefnore.of it has gone up in the smoke of 2292 cigarettes in the United States. An express train goera -mile, and a Pittsburg street-car 30 rods; the fastest trotting horse 147 9-13 rods, and an average pedestrian of the genus homo has got over 16 rods. Six hundred pounds of wool grow Urdus country, 'and we have to (ltg 61 tons' of anthracite coal and 200 tons of bituminous coal, while of pig-iron we turn out 12 tons, and of steel rails 3 tons.'

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The North Coast Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

The Norfc^Slst Mhraj^' ' Tub following sensible letter, from the pen of Mr. Philip Cohen, appeared in the Sydney Echo of the 27tli nit:— Mtidi lias been eakl ami written anent tlie above .majt importaut suliject, and I-am under -tlieimprw- snn that tlie general public hitherto have gained bot scaut knowledge of the facts surrounding the qiKstums iiivolvcil ; and,- moreover, I am afraid tint the same will apply to several nicinberii of Parliament who have ventured to omte upon a suliject of irhioh, literally speaking, they knew but vety little. If ^u enn afford m« tht space required^ I uilltudeavow to^lion- how, -by -ilie erection of the proposed .North Coast Hallway , the , wliole -ttikii^i^L «™nip*toJ in\lliyiBtnili§jiJ»y safely, ?je caieulateu on. Witli these few preliminary remarks, I will now proceed to my self -allotted task. A few ilaya since an influential deputation waited ou the Premier to urge upon him the necessity of erecting* railway from Graftou to Inverell .ljiu Gleii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

AUCTION SALE. GEO. GAMACK HAS beeffnstructed by the executor in the estate of the lato Alexander Gamack, M.D., to sell by public auction, On Thursday Next, December 13, AT MR. COOMBES* YARDS, CLAREFIELD, ROLLaNDS PLAINS, at 3 o'clock snAnp, 10 head of very good young cows, broken to bale, and good milkers ; also r About 10 head of nice young heifers. GEO. GAMACK, Auctioneer. ? .^Tlli sell at Uls 'eSsIDENGE, by P«Hio, jVjr;;- Auction, '. '--^::^:-.:^c-^ r On IVIondtey, 17th December, I TtieQ^ta, - .;..?,:? -;r* \:i,^ / ?.- i Booths, ;?-. ;, ?..,.,...??.?... .''m. , -j j OneSlMtotlugiCtaj^iy, , ; t Odb Fruit and Cako Stall, . ' AT THE FORTHCOMING BACE MEETING. [ ~ - ' ? ' ' ? ? I . » ? Ternu^ash. ? N. 60VEWS DIORAMIC ENTERTAINMENT, i Dissolving views of the ??-.'? ;;..; vSOUDAU^WAE ? and the CAPTDBB OP THJ2 KELLY GANG, &a, WiU shortly visit the Hastings. : DENOTBX t .* MR J.R QUIST , DENTIST, Fill Tiat Port Macparie ON May & Saturday, 14th & 15th inst, AND MAY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Hastings River Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACKS. 1st and 2nd January, 18£9. To Htort at 12 noon : TUIAL STAKRS— £10; for all bones that have never won a prim excelling £10 ; U mile ; weigbt lor ace. 'r-ntartatlM5p.iu. : HACK HACK— C5 : for all liona, to be approved of by tbe 8tcvvarU»; 1 mile ; welif ht«O ?tone. LtTNCHrioN. To atart at 2-30 |-.ui. : NEW YEAR'S GItT lUNDICAl'-A sweeprtaVe of one sov each fomturtore, with £20 added, tccood hone £3 from the prize ; 1) mile. ' fe — -k *? *o«tart at 3-30 pju, : , m HUBBV SCUBtfY-*2^1lhorMito t»4abprovod if by the Mewards ; onco round the ogune ; catch weight*: To«t*rtaU-80p.in. : LADIES' MILE HANDICAP— A sweepstake of ten elillllnin! «wh for lUrtuig with £10 added, uecond bone to receive U 10a from tt$$ri«! SECOND DAY. * To atart at 12 noon: 8HOBTS HANDICAP-^ ; 1 mile. , . To atart at 12-4S p.m. : HANDICAP HACK K ACE-K) ; for all horses, to be approved oUiy the ttewudr ; U mile. ^ LUNCHEON. ? To «tart at 2'30 pjfl? : HASTINGS RIVER JOCKKV CLUll...

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