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AMERICA AND ENGLAND. July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

AMEBIC A. AND ENGLAND. July 24. ; .Mr. Whiti-Iaw Rf-id, the United States representative at the record rrign celebrations, is greatly impivssed with the desire ofEuglislmn-n to lie on.gpoi] ternis with the phuple uf America. Mr. Sneddon has arran£>-d with the shipping companies, trading to New Zealand. tO reduce freights-on dairy pro duce. The New Zealand bhipping Com pany has ordered two large strainers for the produce trade of New Z>-ul»ytd. The Dudfetit **f .York presented the prizes, .wop by the poipoiai troops at lJidey. The Duke of York wished the Aus tralian troops a pleasant voyage home, and expressed a hope they would com pete again tieafe year. While in' Paris the otliPr day. Mr. livid had an interview with M. Haiio taux. who argi*d upon Mr.;- fteid the advantages, ofAustralia 1-eing repre sented at tlie P^ris'eshilii .ion- in J90Q, especially with,wools, wines a:»diiuji»ec Mr. Chamherl^iii has been informed by the colofii*l Pre/nb-rs th«.t the people of these coloni...

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TRANSVAAL RAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

TRANSVAAL RAID." The Transvaal-Raid committee, "report, cmiwinit^ thenrfcamsrances attending;- Df- sJ«roes6a's*nadv" K»"d -the- invasion- n£: tfie 'fvausvnHl,4ms -heeju . laid- un.'fehe taltleaofthe HunSe of Commons. ThemnntiRee cwirti to the coudflBHiir' that the Colonial ] Office officials received no informa-j tioiij couveyiup anywaraing of the ! incursion, and fully.-accept: Mh Chamberlain's statement -on this .point.. • They, exonerate the-Colouial Office officials,from all blaiue. The --committee admit thn exister.re.. of preat. discontent at Johannesburg, but hold that - Mr. Kfaudes -wasuot .justified in.oipauisiq^r aud -huroHnit.-; iiisr an army of insurrection, byeui ; ploying: the Chartered Coy's, forces for tbfe purpogp nf redrt»ssiii» «riev.: Alices. Althuap.il Dr. Jameson en tered the TrftUBVaal without fhe direct sanction of Mr. Rhodes, he Cannot be acqnftted of heavy neispoii snnlity \u connection, ,«vith what transpired. The committee fiud that Mr. Khod^ controlled a...

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SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

South African Affairs. London, July 15. The press of Cape Colony. view the aunouucemeiit of the Govern ment's intention to present: a first class battleship, as a grift to the Im- j perial Government, as pretnutiire, I and considers that Parliament should ! have first been consulted. ,

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COLONIAL RIFLEMEN AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

COLONIAL1 EIFLKMEX AT HOJI^. "Gold, silver, nnd bronze medals are l>ei eg* offered to those colonial competitors who make the highest: number of pnuts iu the contest, for the Imperial prize, 1 The contest fur the Kolapur Chal lenge Cup, which was won oil Fri day last, at Bisley, >by the Victorian rifle team, provided an exciting finish. At the 500 yards range, the New Zealand team tied the Vic-' toriaus, nnd ratne Very near winning. ! In the Kolapur Challenge Cup: competition, the Ndw Zealanders had ! nine points - to-"make to wio, with their last two shots. This rendered the finish of the match very exciting,! and the soo?e made by the Victorian rifle team establishes a 'Vebord -for J that cup. The'"Times " representa- I tive in his account of the coinpeti ■tion, pays a warm tribute to the markmauship of the winuers of the trophy. The'other Australian team specially mentioned, was that from New Zealand. General Bevan Edwards states it is impossible to develop n thoroughly eff...

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. DOINGS OF PROMINENT AUSTRALIANS. [BY CABLE] LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

THE QUEEN'S JUBILEF. DOINGS OF PROMINENT AUSTRALIANS. [bt cable ] . London, July 15. I Mr. Kingston, on Monday just, 'dinedwiih Mr. Ddlou, Irish Notional ist and M.P. fur Mayo East, wheie lie also met Mr. John M.niev and Mr. E fflsike. Mr. Seddon, addressing a meeting at ijlwrcditch, declared if f lie labour legislation in New Zealand were in operation in England, rlie engineers strike, wlucli was now paralysing the engineering trades m London, wijuld have been impossible. July 18. Sir Hugh Nelsou aud a large party of Queenstaiiders, were entertained by the Earl of Warwick, at &'t)an quet on Thursday, at Warwick. JSir ^Jtdiu - Forrest and several, others of the Premiers, attended a State concert at Buckingham Palace on Thursday.

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JACK HELLINGS DISTINGUISHES HIMSELF. LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

JACK HELLINGS DISTINGUISHES HIMSELF. Lokdos, July 21. An open amatenr !iindifi)i sniniming rare came off at Mnwhrsfrr tn-day. Tlirrp were f 17 ro(,npK, and we* tfon Jby ^ 4ark . of Jfew South" ^r*)t6- 3fhe rnnyr, aim barfed from spiejdidiy. and awaited '^m>* ~ jtdatep. }Klnrl^" as an oddifionnl Ifriphy'- ^ jffpHiiigV :t»t a '{fjdney sWimnier.' Whip', itol.dk the i(V) .yards " AitMrnUaii Oliapi^phsldp, and lie only r»*eratly won, *n) important Kkfya-rds summon^ race in Knglarid- .He" accompanied Percy O&ylU ] on Jiis fiip ui titeapotfier country. , |

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THE COLONIAL PREMIERS AND THEIR SAVINGS. [?] LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

I THE COLONIAL PREMIERS AND THEIU SAVINGS. LiONDi'N, Jaljr 21. JSir John Forrest, speaking to a • large meeting Ije}tl in London, under : the auspices of the Western Aus j tialiiin Chamber of Miues, stated he i wi.uld do everything he could to 1 assist the British capitalist. Sir John Forrest is of opinion, that two 1 years hence Western Australia will I he the largest gold-producing coluuy j in Australasia. ! Mr. Reid, speaking on the same occasion, declared the virtual inde ! pendente of the colonies had resulted j iu au imp rial solidity which was uii I pivi e»lent"d. j Sir John Forrest had an interview 'yesterday with Mr. Gosehen, with J reference locust of coastal surveys, j bir John asked the Admiralty to as i sist the local Goverumeut iu the I undertaking.. and it is considered | pi nimble Mr. Goschen will eventually j concur, and that, the/imperial assist ! ance asked for will lie lurthconiiiig. I Sir John Forrest promised a j deputation from the Western Aus | tralian sectio...

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SWIMMING. AMATEUR FIVE-MILE CHAMPIONSHIP. PERCY CAVILL BREAKS THE RECORD. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

SWIMMING. AMATEUR FIVE-MILE CHAMPION SHIP PERCK CAVILL BREAKS THE RECORD. Lokron, July 19. £liere wre sistecn starters in the con test fpr the World's Five Mile Ainntritr ii-llW.Lii.tii. »i._ Swimming Championship, <mt he Thames, on Satjuf&ayV when Percy Cavill, of Mew SoUdr Wali'S.' «on a close race in the record tiitre of 65tnin 35 see. The coarse w»b From Kow to Putney, willi a fast ebb tiilo" running. '.The starters included Green, champion of the xnuthero counties. Barnes' Bridge Was reached in Idiuin 2Hwr, Gm-ri Ir&din" by twenty yards, CaviN pa*Kinjg the bridge sis seconds be hind Irnn, Hie Londoner (Hawkes) Wing third. wiifj HaH, ibe American champion, fourth. honghrr Wa:er was met with after1, and ibis suited Cavill, who was level with Greet) as Chiswiek wns readied, In 34niiu 35sce. The Australian then swim ming very strongly, soon led by thirty yards. increasing iuY advantage as Hun nierstiiitb Bridge was passed to fifty. The time «»nru]»(ed by ...

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MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

MESSAGE FKOil THE QL'EEX. The Queen has addressed ft mes sage to the people, tier Majesty says it is difficult for her to express | hmV truly she has been touched by j the grateful, spontaueoiis,' universal outburst of loyal attachment Ishe has ! experieHced uu the Coiupletiou of the j 60th year of her reigu.

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SPECIALISTS FAIL, AND DOCTORS ARE BAFFLED. TERRIBLE CONDITION OF A BOTANY BAY GIRL. WAS POSITIVELY WASTING AWAY GALLOPING CONSUMPTION FEARED. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS WERE TRIED. WITH THE RESULTS GIVEN BELOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

SPECIALISTS PAIL, AND DuCTOES ARE BAFFLED. TERRIBLE CONDITION OF A EO'iANV RAV GIRL. WAS POSITIVELY WASTING AW^Y GALLOPING CONSUMPTION FEARED. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS WERE TRIED. WITH THE RESULTS GIVEN BELOW. Mies G Xfnrris, of litany Bav. to n special renter who had been ditfiutchcd to inlrrvievr |,cr, snJd . "Until within tlie last two or three years T was always in the best „f henlih, and I tear that what occasioned ,„y illu^ss was a .-old f contracted in going fr.,ni p„rramitIIa to HsJiheld. I con run-need quite sudi.ejify as it accrued to me, to Ktlff,.r fr„m indiges tion and coii.sii])aiion, which were my chief ailments 1 hod n pallid appearance, and mvnnnUly a tired, weary feeling, and aUo suffered horriltle torments Ir.un r.-u-kiu<* headaches. I went t<> several doctors in 1 arraiuaita, hut none of thcui did me any rjood. I also consulted n specialist, with a like result. I then ^d a large amcutit of hniuteupniliir medicine, lint it apjvared to me t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

T^TOTICE is hereby gicen that I, €|ie -Li undersigned,'bare this day tnnde application for a.,lease under **Tl»e Gold fields Act, 1895," and thc vKegulations, of ground known a 6 the *' Lrncle Tom.W^st," cotitainingstx acre*. commencing at a peg W"ihe "(Tncle Tom, Wes t " boundary ^lease^Ko 250);' wliirlr is the' datum pep; thence *e»t llcliains nliirli is the datum line j thence.south 5| chains; thence east II cliains; thence north oJ chains track to datura jseg. This lease is situated . at' Vaadirougina. Objections to this application must be lodj^vwitb theMtning Registrar, Bamltoo Greek, within 30 days front date hereof. Witness my hand at Bamboo Greek this 26thday«f July, lb97. I. CLABKSOK. fitdfltplnlny ^Leases. Department of Minps. 21st June, 16^. Tis hereby notified that, in accordance L,srith the pro visions..; of Section Gpldfielda dch *8^5." ilia TExortlency the '-Governor tn Executive ISafbrtf, hVfe oech pleased to "deal with the following GoldthmingTieases and Appiicn.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897

2ST OTICE THE Partnership hitherto existing be tween Alfued Mover and Thomas Walters, trading a* storekeepers, gul, at NulUgine, lias Wen dissolved by "mutual consent. Ail debts owing by ilie latefirui will be paid d»y T'onuas Walters, and to anntn all outstanding accounts must bo paid forthwith. Alfred lioYER, Thomas Walters. Witness : John Eatch. Nullagine, July 16, 1897 Notiee. TTIOUND on MALLINA STATION Jp. . and now 111 paddock, BfiOWN MIRE, with white spot* \ tight down back ; aged. No bntnd visible. Jf not claimed within the time allowed byiaw. wiU be sold to defray expenses. Apply to F. II. V. HRSTER ; or, A WILLIAM GLEN\ MaHina, July 6.1887. ar o t i c e. -A NY person or persons found inuater :i\ ing or remoriag STOCK from the |ioy Hill runs, without written permission from the undersigned, will be prosecuted according to inw.' r-:." j.;s.mack\y, ■ '-j o ? r:/• ■■I". ' lloj HiU Station. * JulylBtU. ; ' r . - .1 Nullagine Raging Club. FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. August 11, 12, and...

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CRICKET. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

CHICK KT. August 3. Norman Bruce, captain «if the Cam bridge University eleven. has joined the team coming to Australia with St odd art. TilEr.BOURXK. August S. Al»el declines to join Stoddort's team of English cricketers, which are going to tour the eolouh-s, and Hay«ard takes his place.

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CAULFIELD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

CACLFIELD CUP. st. lb. St. lb Oil 9 4 Ailsr CraiR ... 7 4 Valiant 8 13 Woodtiine ... 7 4 Preston 8 10 Gr.ifter 7 4 Ifesnlute 8 9 Swivnii 7 4 M.rt 8 9 The Hypnotist 7 3 Ayrshire 8 9 Bean UiU mut-1 7 3 Loyally 8 7 Wailune 7 3 durum 8 6 Majostin 7 1 Response 6 6 Bnndok 7 2 Chevalier 8 € Marto 7 2 MiraMiIum ... 8 5 Lnura 7 2 OTrimrr 8 5 Manfred 7 2 Staffer 8 5 Birksjfate 7 2 Furite 8 4 Ln Caral'in ... 7 2 Wait-a-bit ... 8 3 Xor'-East 7 2 8 2 Clove-hill 7 0 Canona 8 1 Water Colour 7 <> Misfiiicf 8 1 Hymettus 7 0 Toreador 8 1 Surefoot 7 0 The lloyal Tapioea 7 0 Admiral ... 8 1 Priure Carbine 7 O Lieutenant ... 8 O Kl X«»rte a 13 Pilot Boy 8 0 Weiilnek 6 13 Devon 8 o Xudity 6 13 Xewnian 8 o Mireila a 13 Paul Pry 8 0 Arebie 6 11 Keks 7 13 Reliance 6 to Fleet Admiral 7 12 Met rod 6 10 Partbenopoeus 7 12 Bunvnn 6 in Positana 7 12 Krl Queen ... 6 10 MissGladstone 7 0 Virtue 6 10 Rateliica 7 6 Toxteth r. io Sunbury 7 6 Bat m lion 6 10 Lttoullns 7 6 Alva 6 9 Aml»erite 7 6 Rosella 6...

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ACCEPTANCES FOR THE TWO CUPS. MELBOURNE, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

acceptances for the two CUPS. Meuiuckne, Augunt2. I The following are llie arrepiauros f'»r the Melbourne and CaultielJ Cups, nhii-h closed to-day : — MELBOURNE CUP. st Hi. rt. lb Havoc 9 5 The Hypnotist 7 5 Battalion 9 4 Vog.ui .. 7 5 C-oil ... 9 3 Roiida .. 7 4 Delaware 9 3 Devoted .. 7 4 True Blue ... 9 I Kola . 7 4 Creniorue 9 0 Patriot .. 7 4 Hopscotch ... 8 10 Burleigh .. 7 4 Preston 8 9 Courage .. 7 3 KalUltna 8 8 Swtran .. 7 2 Valiant 8 8 Phillip .. 7 2 Resolute 8 7 Nor"-East .. 7 2 The Chevalier 8 (i Manfred .. 7 ii Auruin I r» L'rd Rii-iimei id 7 o Ayrshire 8 5 (j rafter .. 7 0 Loyalty 8 4 Motto .. 7 0 Response 8 4 Don -John .. G 13 The At erry Boy 8 4 Metrod .. 6 13 Bitrraharri ... 8 4 La Car hi ne . .. 6 13 O'Trigger ... 8 4 Victoria .. G 12 Royal Admiral 8 4 Josephine .. 6 12 Mirarulum ... 8 3 Ainnas^ .. G 12 Mora 8 2 Ma! to .. 6 12 Aetoil S o Hy melius .. G 12 Toreador 8 0 Car hi nese .. G 12 Waii-n-bit ... 8 o A1 va .. G 12 Devon 7 13 Majestic . 6 11 Mischief 7 13 Bun...

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CASTERBURY PARK MEETING. SYDNEY, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

CASTEBBUnr PABK MEETING. SrDNET, August 1. Special interest was atlrarled ip the Canternurv Park meej ing.ycster4i»y» as in the Canterbury Park Cup, the principal "event, there were over fifty horses e»i f^ed; hut when it was auuouneed that, in the interests of safely, (lie event was to be run off in three heats, the scratching pen was used very f«vely. The race was eventually easily won by Survivor, the son of Dochiel- Tlie following are the details and results: — Park Stakes. Gold Creelf, 7st 10lb 1 Counterpo'iir, 7st6lb ... ... 2 Caesrio, 9st ... ... ... ... 3 Three oLhers started. Won easily by four lengths. Canterbury Park Cpp ; one n»:le and one furlong. First Division.—Kelso, 9>t. 1 ; Beanvoir, 6st 61b, 2; Melody, 6st lOlb, 3. Five other starters. Betting—3 to 1 Kelso and Beauvoir, 8 to I Robin Hood and Crmna!xv>, Jti to 1 pothers. Melody took command, and led to the distance, where he was passed by Kel^o and Bcau-o.r. the former winning by two lengths. Time, lmiu 64 Js...

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MOONE VALLEY MEETING. MELBOURNE, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

mo on ee valley meeting. Meebopbke. Aninist 1. The Moonee Valley Xtace Club's meet ing came off j'eslerday, and is the last of the season 1897- It was well attended jlear-aut weather icing cxperieu'ed. The following are tlie details and results ; — Handicap Hukulk Back, of £6<); one mile tour and a half furlongs. Blitz, list 8ll>, 53TS ... ... 1 Guldfiuder,9st 121 b 2 Silver Bines, Dal fllb ... ... 3 Other starters—Hive, Kesponse, Bostrdo. Tagus, Kangaroo IX., Murdoch, Toeahie, Cobalt, The Cseine, i"arrow, Ourroboree, Bandolier, Uioerj, aud Bed Hover. Bet ting— 7 to 4 against iiespruse, 4. to 1 Blitz, 6 to 1 Tagus aud Kangaroo II., 7 to 1 Hive, 10 hi 1 oiliers J01.Y Handicap, of £.15; fire furlongs. Tente, 7st 6ib... ... ... I Portland, 7«t 71b ... ... ... 2 Campaign, 7st Gib ... ... ... 3 Other starters— Hera, Portanio, Delos, liunwcU- Cttukeii, l)owr3T, Prodigal, San Bosnia, Coma, Spitidriit, FaeLiou. Tama, Princess, and Kinerry Duke. JJetting—5 to 2 against Prodigal...

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THE NULLAGIXE RACE MEETING. FIRST DAY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

HIE XULLAGIXE RACE MEETING. FIRST DAY. [By Tklkgbaph.] .August 12. The inaugural meeting of the Nulla gine Race Club commenced on Wednes day with gr.-at success. The wi-atln-r was all that could he desired, a nicrcnol breeze blowing across t lit- course ail day. The going from first to last was excellent and the close finishes reflected gnat credit ujjon the Iiaudicapper. Mr. Higgs being unfortuuately ab sent, Mr. McDonald kindly consented to act as judge. it is estimated ii:at fully 250 people were present. 3 he following were the results : — Trial Stakes, OF £15 ; one mile. W.f.a. For horses that have never won an advertised race of over £20. The Coon ... ... 1 Johnny Sam ... ... 2 Beavi-r ... ... ... 3 After a capital start, Beaver and The Coon raced well together till the half mile post was reached, when Beaver dropped away and The Conn cantered home an easy winner. Dividend 15s. NULLAGIXE HANDICAP, Of £<;0; n sweepstake of one sor. each from starters to go to second ...

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SPORTING. [BY TELEGRAPH]. THE TURF. WEST AUSTRALIAN DERBY. PERTH, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

SPORTING. ? {fir TEREGEAffi]. THE TURF. WEST AUSTRALIAN DERBY. pEHTH, Aa^WSt 2. The following are the nominal ions and weights for the West A nsiralinu Derby, of 1898, to be run on J»nu*ry 1st:— Pebble ... 8 10 The Wreck ... 8 5 Yalberoo ... 8 10 Brayleigh ... 8 5 Ul luring ... 8 lo Tone ... 8 Yakarong ... 8 10 Kilt ... 8 6 Tarqnia ... 8 10 Aiuberite ... 8 5 Clipper ... 8 10 Disdniu ... 8 5 Knvoy ... 8 lO Perfection ... 8 Aroudde ... 8 10 Kaucy .Lee ... 8 Acceptance ... 8 10 Lady Sylvia... 8 5 Henley ... 8 lo M-DJ- ... 8 5 Pun ... 8 5 .Nellie ... 8 6 Hoyal Duke... 8 5 Faithful ... 8 5 [Viclorian and South Australian norni nations are not yet to liaud.J j August 3. I The secretary of the W A.T.C. yesterday j received by telegraph, from Air. llj ro.i Moore, secretary of the V.IMJ-, the fullou ing entries for the W. A- Derby :—N udity, Satbouas, Strath joy, and Plunder.

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SECOND DAY. August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

SECOND DAY. August 13. Splendid weather again prevailed yeste rday, second day of the Nullagine Race Clubs initial meeting, and the at tendance uns fully equul to that of the preceding day. Tbe following ore the results and details :— Publicans' Pubse, Of £25; six furlongs. Handicap. Thistle ... ... ... 1 Forlorn ... ... ... 2 Two started. Dividend 21s. Diggers* Chamois, Of £15; five furlongs. For linrses at least three months prior to 'lie race the i>ona fide property of working miners. Boss ... ... ... 1 Dynamite... ... ... 2 Two started. Dividend 14s. Conglomerate Handicap, Of £40; a sweepstake of one sov. each from Rinrters to go to second horse. 1^ miles. Forlorn ... ... ... 1 Bijou ... ... ... 2 Coon ... ... ... 3 Five started. Dividend £3 17s. Hack Race, Of £10 ; six furlongs. Princep a walk - over. Hcbby Sccrbt. Masher ... ... ... 1 Wnoim-ra ... ... ... 2 Count ... ... ... 3 Six started. Dividend 27s. Consolation Handicap, Of £15 ; seven furlongs. For all beaten horses at...

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