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Cable News. A GRIEVANCE AGAINST VENEZUELA. AUSTRALIAN-CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMSHIPS. PRINCE OF WALES BUILDING A YACHT. London, Nov. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

Cable News. A GKIEVANCE AGAINST VENEZUELA. .; AUSTEALIAN-CANADIAK LINE i OF STEAMSHIPS. ? JPBINCE OP WALES BUILDING ; A YACHT. Loxdox, Nov. 2. ureat Lntain has another grievana' \ ^gainst Venezuela. Some coastguards oi the country fired .at tlie firiti.hj schooner Mysotis, and shot Garcia \\/ -owner.-- The excuse offered was that tiiTf ship was carrying contraband goods ]C has since been proved that such was not 1 the case. - ' ' ? J In official circles it is ro--ard(-u/ ? certain that Mr. Huddart, oAl/' Parker. & Co,, ,will obtain an / subsidy Of £75,000 towards the ^taoV lishmcnt oi an Australian-Canadian line ot steamships. It is believed that MRS Ghaniberlaiu and many other members ot Parliament arc strongly in favour of I granting the subsidy. Mr. Chamberlain I is anxious to sec Mr. Huddart shortly 1 .4?* *? ™P°'t«l. that the Prince of I ;^CV?: U#il^1a Bcht, to be named Challenge, to contest. the American Cup. -7 ?' -.-;? ?? ?? ? . I

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MINING COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

r~ mining companies. The London- Continental Investment Corporation, Western Australia, has been. . registered .with a capital of a million.' Shares- to the amount of half the capital have been issued, and sub . scribed. - * -. ' Fifty-two thousand five hundred shares offered' to 'the public in' the Eclipse Com pany, Kalgoorlie, have been allotted. v Fifty-five thousand shares offered to the public in the Rose of England Com ?pany, Murchison, have been allotted, and -1-0,000 shaves- in the Lady Forrest Co., Murchison, have also been allotted., ,. ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

WI. ' C OSGRO VE ? AUCTIONEER, STOCK and SHARE BROKER, Mining and General Busmen Agent, has REMOVED into his new and commodious premises, Bayi.ey Street, Coolgardie. Consignments received on commission .. . .- ; Stock sales held d9,ily, PROSPECTUS OF THE (To 'be Registered as a lSTo Liability Co. under the Companies' Act of !«-);).) CAPITAL: £2,400 IN 120 SHARES OF £20 EACH. GO Fully Paid- Up Shares to go to the Vendors in full satisfaction of Purchase of the Properly ;- GO Shares arc offered to the Public For subscription under the following terms : £10 on appli cation, and .£10 on allotment. Provisional Directors : .,.,.. ,.'?' ' - ?' ''' ' 'WAI. OATS, Esq., J.P. | HAROLD G. PARSONS, Esq.- ' . . ? ? L\ WHELAN, Esq. | ^t- GRENFELL, Esq; ? -. ; ? ?, . - ' J. J. CASS1DY, Esq. \ ' : ,'/ ;; -''?'' Bankers : . ' '.,',''.' .' , ,. :? : v.- . ' THE BANK OF ACTSTBALASIA,. /, .'. ;.'. .?'.. ./''...' ... ; -.* ^ Solicitors: '. ' ' ?- ? ?-'' ?' 'V1'. ,' Messrs. SINCLAIR, PARSONS & MAN...

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THE BULGARIAN TROUBLE. A QUESTION OF RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

: !THE 'liULGARIAN. TROUBLE. J A QUESTION OF RELIGION. 1 ? ^s ?' Pnncc Ferdinand of Bulgaria has re- '1 tused to comply with the demand of the ' Czar that his heir, tlie young Prince -boris, born in January of last year, shoud be baptized in tlie orthodox ureelc Uhurch,- as provided by the con stitution, which permitted Ferdinand \ alone to. retain; 'the: Roman Catholic i?ith, and required his successors to be :ot the orthodox religion. . The Czar m*4 making the demand, intimated .that if it were complied with he would be wiUin that the succession should pass to Prince Boris, Ferdinand abdicating the regency .established during the prince's minority. Owing to the tenor- of Prince Ferdinand's reply5- M. Stoiloff, - the Bulgarian Premier, has ^resigned. ., His resignation ' ?was not acce^tetl,- a 1 id the prince and he \ arc discussing the situation. -: ; Later. j M.«btoilpffi has, resumed office, and Pi;jnce;F.erdinaud;has promised that Prince Boris shall be baptized in the Orthodox ...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

MAIL NOTICES. A supplementary mail for the Australian Colonies will close on Tuesday, November 5th, at 3.15 p.m. Late letters, Avith the usual fee of 2d in addition to the postage, Arill be received up till 3.45 p.m. For the United Kingdom Avill close Wed nesday, the 6th November, at 3.15p.m, Late letters will be received up till 3.45 p.m. Late letters, not bearing the late fee, will not be forwarded till the day following the closing of mails. For Kanowna, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. For I.O.U. and Kurnalpi on Thursdays at 9 p.m. The Post Office is open for the delivery of : letters and newspapers daily, from 9 a. m to 5 p.m. ; and on Thursdays and Saturdays extra delivery from 7 to S o'clock p.m. from Forth time. ?Inward mails arrive from Perth, Cool gardie, etc., at 11 a.m. Delivery by letter carrier as soon as possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth, Coolgardie, etc., will close at 3.15 p.m. Late letters Avill be received up to 3.45 p.m.; late fee 2d. Re...

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Mining Notes. NORTH BOULDER GOLD MINING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

Mining Notes. (by our. mining reporter.) NORTH BOULDER GOLD MINING- CO. This property, formerly known; as Dickon's, ??Eureka, famous, 'for. the rich ore obtained by Qhe prospectbrsTVho. in. the early clays of' the field, when there was no battery to crush the ore broke out' from their lease, had to resort ? to the only -method thev had for treating (small lodes ,p£ stuff — that was the dolley. But tlieir'ore was rich in gold, and good returns '? were obtained, so that they were 'able to hold on to their? property,— -in fact, work to' a, profit. . 'Sonic -few' 'months back the Eureka aiid another lease which is on the Brown Hill line of country.1 were'' sold to -d London Company, ? who intend to fopeii( up .the, mine and place machinery' on 'the' property! and, judging by the pile oi: ore at grass, and the splendid gold showing in' the lode 'at the deepest level, the company, are doingithe right thing to push on with .development work, and in sinking a shaft foi1' 'water' sup'ply. Th...

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THE NEWLY-FORMED FRENCH CABINET. DECLARATION OF THE POLICY. ATTITUDE OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

THE. NEWLY-FORMED FRENCH CABINET. DECLARATION OF THE POLICY. ATT1TUDE~OP~THE PRESS. The newly formed French Ministry j with M.- Bourgeois' nt the head, is a J purely. radical. combination. , It is stated ^ that M. Hauotaux was excluded from I the Administration becaused he refused i to consent to the treaty relating to 1 Madagascar- in the direction of the .annexation ol:'. the island. M. Bourgeois 'made a ;dcclaration ? of the policy ot the ;neAy .Government-.- --They intend taking action' . leadiiigr--to- the creation of a colonial, army, and .prqposc to modify the treaty witli Madagascar. All the leading French journals arc hostile to^ the new Cabinet,: and indignant at the exclusion of M. Hanotaux, regarding J his absence from the Ministry as likely to entangle French relations with foreign countries. The Paris correspondent of the London '- Times,' considers the Ministry will not last long. It trans pires that M. Bcrthelot accepted the office of Minister for Foreign affairs, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

XJAMILTON and JEPHSON A-*- Hannau's-street, Civil Engineers, Licensed Mining and Titles Surveyors, Brokers and General Agents. Members of the Kalgoorlie Stock Exchange. Mining Surveys, Plans, Tracings, etc., 1 repared, and Applications Lodged - ' ? at Warden's Court. TPHE UNloFiANK OF AUS -L TRALIA, Ltd. ' A BRANCH of this BANK Is now open at '' ?,;';;;. KALGOGRLlE (Hannans). ? - ? The Bank issues drafts on its Branches and Agents throughout the Colonies and transacts all usual Banking Busi ness. D. FINLAYSON, ^ ? General Manager. WESTERN 'AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches at Beverley ' Buxiiuky ? . ' ; ' -BUSSELTOX COOLGAKDIE , ^UE DONGARA -' ' ' -1'REMAXTLE GERALDTOX 1)ay Dawn- Kalgooiilib Newcastle Northam Southern Cross White Feather Yohk. Menzies. esperaxch Agents iu : Londmt, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydjtey, and all the Australian Colonies. This Bank issues drafts on all its Agents and Brunches, purchases gold or receives it lav consignment and makes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

.A CAR D. DR. G. JJ. BROWN, M.B., I3.S. Melbourne, (Doctor to White Feather Hospita' Has commenced, tlie Practice of h Profession ac ~vVirile--SPeatrie-T( 'TXTHITE FEATHER OAF! :./ius. e. j... Roberts', Late of Hannans, lias .taken posscssio of the well-known Restaurant no' known as the Wllite Feather Cafi which will be cariied on under a- ne system of management. ., - ?' ? ' First-Class Tables kept. -/';-.' Boarders at Reasonable .Rates. ;', .,; Private Sitting Room. ?.,!? :. Refreshments a Speciality/ '? ? l; Mrs. Roberts hopeV, by civility 'an attention, to secure ;a. share of-patVo age ' . ' .,.'..' . - ; ...,, — !, . \:,.; .*,\ ...-? v »' -;; ;. ' REAR. SUMMERS .-- AUJCIIOi .. ,: ,..J:¥ARI)S.-.'.' =???«'--? -??;''? ? Y .Livery and .-Bait Stabi/es'; .'':'' ' H .'TEMPLE begi to ; an noun c i- to tlie Public' of' Kalgdorli that he has^ First-;class ?' Turnout ? ::?-'.?.?. 'for Hire.-'1' ; *,'-?-? . - Xadies' and Gentlemen's' 'HKcks.p '/ Single or Double Harne'sV1' B.uggie . ? , .?...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

Items of News. Captain Noi'they, avIio left Kalgoorlie a J!ew weeks ago to take charge of the 'Empress .mine, has .iioav returned, and is managing the ..Reefer's EurekaJ . , -,.,,... On ; Saturday next the' Acting- Warden,' -Mr. P.-- Fielding. Avill leave foY Tvuriialpi, ?accompanied- by Mr. Campbell Holdiner. .The la'ttei1 is to' iill .the position of Mining Registrar there, and Mr. Fielding will hear cases on the 11th instant. Mr- J. H. McGarry' and 'Mi- Jefferis hived a buggy on Monday, and while the latter ? was driving out to inspect some mines at the - I.O.U..'the buggy broke doAvn, throwing the ' occupants out. Mr McGarry receiving severe cuts on the legs and back. . .,-.-, ,- The Hon. J-. W. Hackett,, M.L.C.. editor of tlie '.'West _ Australian' and ''Western Mail,' will arrive' this .morning on a short. visit to .the- district.,-' He, Avill inspect a lew of. the, chief . mines, .and, aviII make,. -himself ' ac-' (luai'uted witli' the,-.Avants. of' the district generally. ?....

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KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, NOV. 5, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 5 November 1895

KALGOORLIE MINER .--*.. PUBLISHED. DAILY. . ? TUESDAY, NOV. 5, 1895. ' The need ,oi! greater telegraphic facilities lias long, been, recognised, and at length 'we are within measurable distance of- hav- ing our wants satisfied. It has been known for some time that the work of duplicat ing the line between Perth and Southern Cross was in hamVbut it will come as a surprise to all, .except the very well in formed, that the erection of a second wire, between Kalgoorlie and the. adjoin ing town, .of Coolgardic is under way. The whole of the, material. is now.jon the ground, the erection oi the insulators has been completed, and the line is being hung. To stretch the rest of the wire will only take a few days, and by the end, of ..the week, the whole work should 'be 'completed right through to- Perth. This -should get rid of all delay in .get ting. telegrams through, . but it' must not lie : forgotten that the greater work' ' of erecting' a second line to the South Australian border' has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Re Frederick Rowland EiAvell, Deceased. PURSUANT to an Act of the Imperial Parliament made and passed in 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Hev present Majesty, chapter 35. intituled ' An Act to further amend the law of properly and to relieve trustees as adopted', by local ordi nance. 31st Vic. No. S.' NOTICE is hereby given that all credi : tors and other persons having any claims or demands upon or against the Estate of Frederick Eowlancl Elwell, late of Northam ami Coolgardie. in the colony of Western. Australia, deceased, who died at Coolgardie aforesaid on Thursday, the second day of May, 1S95, and letters of administration with will annexed of whose estate and effects were granted to Robert Rivington Pilking ton, of Northani. aforesaid, solicitor (the attorney for Frances Maud Elwell), are hereby required to send in writing particu lars of their claims or demands to the said Robert Rivingtou L'ilkington at the oliice of Messrs Derbyshire and Pilkington, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

KALGOORLIE -CRICKET , CLUB. Annual Subscription 10s Gd. Payable to the undersigned, ? » Seymour 'IS. Smith. See. and Treas., c/o Thos. Lyons. WANTED Two Waiter*. ; Second Cook, and Kitchcnmau.' Good wages'. ' . Apply .Pauer's1 Kestauraxt, ;' (Xexfc !Fox & ' Lyons', butchcr-s.) '» WAITED SECOND COOK. Imperial B,esta'urant, .- .. - , . ? , ? '« i \ i ? ? : -Opposite Club Hotel. ?? . ' '_-. ..:.-.': i.'G. LOVETT. ?EASTElt G1KT GOLD MINE. ' ''-'SIX-MILE. WHITE FEATHE11. WANTED lO.Prsicticil- Miners .at, once.' Apply at mine. -. ,? J: A. KEXYO2T, Manager. Dll. L, E,G E B . E E S (O N Hay' Street: Perth. Formerly . Surgeon . Coast Brigade -Eoyal , Artillery. Surgeon Trinity; Department, Hoir.' Physician Aucklsnul Hospital, N.Z.. late Hon. Physician Eoyal Institute for the Blind, and of Collins street. Melbourne, 'Will attend Exchange Hotel; Kalgoorlie, on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, the Gth. 7th and 8th November. Consulting hour.j — 9.30 a.m. till 11 a.m., 3' p.m. till 5 p.m. ...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

Items of News. On Monday afternoon the members of the ' Kalgoorlie Municipal Council signed the cloe-. trie light concession to Mr Hargan-. Messrs P. Whelan, and A. j Jancczefc loavo Jiannans to-day tor tuc Broad Arrow, whence they will proceed to Hayes'-1 Find. With reference to the alleged stabbing' case at the Hannans Proprietary mine, Mr Fox. the prosecutor, states that he is satisfied the occurrence was purely accidental. He has. therefore, withdrawn the case against Ricbc! A meeting cf shareholders in the' Marquess syndicate was held on Monday night at Quigluy's -Hotel. Mr. Olliver in the chair. It 'was decided to proceed with the. development of the property, and the directors were em-, powered to dispose of same at a remunerative figure. The Collector of Customs, Mr. C. T. Mason, accompanied by Lispector'McKenna, qJ: Cool gardie. arrived oir Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Mason will visit the Groat Boulder to-day, and with the inspector will return to Cool-, gardie to-nighL -The fol...

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PERTH EXCHANGE. Perth, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

PERTH EXCHANGE. Perth, November 5. Bank of England, sellers, con,, Ss 6d Coolgardies, 41s 6cl Croesus, 12s 9d Golden Bar, 9s Ivanhoe South Extended, 3s lid Maritana Central. 3s Gd Maritana North, buyers 33 6d Monte Christo, promoteis, Gs -...-? w Royal Mints, con., 17s 6cl

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I O U News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

I O U News. (from a correspoxdext.) . Business is pretty* brisk here just -,n'o\v; Two hotels are in' course of. erection, aftd, a hospital- was- op'encd'^'last.-weelc: -For- . tuuately, so -far noipatients'^liaye been admitted. . :-? ' j-.- -.;. : .?..,;.:;?.?-? ? ; -: , . Mr. T. K:Fowler,' ? manager ;l6r-;the French syndicate,, has ! becn-j ?appointed' Inspector of Mines,- and will.- -take 'office on December ;l.j -?'.-?? ,..;;-';?.. ...^ The residents are in the '.happy, position of having , an ? abundant supply, of -water. . , ?,/:.-??.. ,-.- :. . Mr-Moran, member tor the' xilgarn goldficlds, addressed. .a . laro'e. -gathering atthe I 0 TJ a'lur', whatever?. his' oppo nents have to say. of His popularity in some circles,; ; there-: can be no denying' that .the entire population of. the 1 .0 TJ are his enthusiastic supporters./- -The meeting- was most-' orderly; throughout' and although almost the entire: :popula- tion turned out, there did not seem to be' a ?? single* individual...

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MONDAY'S ADELAIDE-MARKET. [BY URGENT WIRE.] [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

MONDAY'S ADELAIDfcMARKET. [BY URflEXT AVIRE.] Adelaide, November 5, 11.50 a.m. Lalces, sellers, 40s Croesus, buyers, 9s Golden Ears, j5s Sd Tindals. 7s, 8s Gd Boulders, £5 4s . '' Coolgardic, 38s 0.1 Mavitana. 14s, 14s 4hl Norseman, con., 4s 9d Iranhoe South Extended. 3s 4d, 3a Gd - Mount Charlotte East, Is Od . -, v Golden Zone, paid, 7s 9d Eoyal Dane, paid, Gs Maritana North, 33 6d BroAvn Hill Junction, 2s 9d. 2s lOd Beusons, lnryers, Ss (id Three Colenies. sellers, 7s Kirkpatrick's Mt. Benson, 7s 9d, 8s 4d Eil King, 3s lOd, 3s lid Block 45, buyers, 13s 9d

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SPORTING. MELBOURNE, Nov. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

SPORTING. [By Telegraph.] Mkluourxe, iSiov. -1-. it is, stated authoritatively that Mr W. E. 'Wilson has offered tlie syndicate £20,000 for the St. Albans Estate. .Lord Richmond executed a splendid gallop of one-and-a-half miles in 2.43| -sccs. Ho will strip . as the best condi tioned horse in the race. -Miller, the trainer of Oscillator, is confident that the colt would beat Wallace single-handed in the contest with Derby weights' and ''distance; ? Oscillator- is 'n'orie~ tlie -worse for his -Derby, .gallop ? , ? ' ? ^_ ? Betting for the Cup is as- follows :— 100 to 18 offered against. Hova ; 100 to 16, Wallace y 100 to. 8, Quiver ; 100 to 7, Lord Richmond ; 100 to 0, Music and rThc Trier; 100 too, Oscillator and Toreador ; 100 to 4-, Malice and Chesty ?man. -;?.'.' . ' - 'The' latest' scraCcliiug for the Mel bourne Cup is Havoc. , The acceptances for the Oaks next** Thursday are Parisienne, My Lady, Mahee, Aur'aria,'and Geoi'gie.

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Mount Eba News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

Mount Eba News. (FROM A CO11KESPOXDEXT.) Thinking the public Avould like to hear someting of the boom uoav on out here, Avhere soonany finds have bcenTreCjently; .?made. ;' I am sending, you a fcAv items. -' There haA'e been soa'cu finds near here in as many Aveeks. The Mount Eba district may noAV be considered j)art of -an- extension -Tot' - the- White -Feather 'centre, so /well known... Though. Avater 'for 'use of stock or teams on, the road is scarce, 'a fair supply can be had for domestic .purposes'. A good road has been cut all the way from Hannau'si, and in a i'cAV days two neAV_ condensing plants Avillbe,erecfced;on the lake close by. '' .. By this time allf_nb doubt; have heard ol! the Lindsay Bros, great find, Avhere the country around has been all pegged and leased. 'Then there is McManiies' new discovery, on the lake, and which was sold last A\:eek* for £10,000 to -Messrs Reid and 'Vincent, of Coolgardic. The busy miner is at Avork sinking Avater shafts and opening up the...

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CUP DAY. SOUTH AUSTRALIANS JUBILANT. (By Urgent Wire.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895

CUE DAY.' ' SpUTH^AUSTRALIANS r JUBILANT. (By '.Urgent Wire';) The aLce]idance'oii'(Jui);clay afc' Flemington was - tlie- largest recorded, for some ;time. The weather, was. -all - that:;. could r be desired. Auraria's; victory 'in. the' Cup '.was well re ceived; but beyond boutlrAustivumns very le'.y of the public benefitted;-- Her owner ?Mr. .'David 'James, made no secret o£ the fa!^ 'that he thought tho filly would win, but .after the Derby .rnnning the public prof erred .Wallace, in spite of the weight he was con iceding, - and .he: started, first favourite, but failed to get a -placo.- The books had a good 'time, as nearly' all the favourites went down. The' Mlowmsr are' tlie results :^— ? - HURDLE .RACE. A handicap of- 200 so vs., ;; about 3 miles. Borderer, (Robertson)'. ».\ ' ... - ... 1 G-i-atiaiio (Cripps) - ' ...' '...-: \... 2 Cprneake ??.'.?. ' ...-. '.:.. ?-,... ;. '...- ;»«* — Five others:started. .' . ' . Always- well placctl 3rd or 4th, Borderer came very fast from ...

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