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DEFEAT OF THE INDIAN "DEER FOOT" BY AN ENGLISHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

1 . ' ' ? ? - . DEFEAT OK THE INDIAN " DEEli - FOOT"' BY AN ENGLISHMAN* A ft otrace took place in September at ihc* White Lion grounds,' HackneyWick, iu which ih« celebrated Seneca Indian Deer loot, "from Cattetaugas, contended against an' Englishman named' Edwaid Mill#. 1 lie dfstaike has six nailcs, for a 'stake;. of^£50 and the diamptoti'g belt. The.Indian w.s brought over by John MncdonaUl, «ho had the guidance of Ileenau wheri in this coun try. - The Indian is a fine made man, about five feet eleven inches in height*whilst his . opponent is a pigmy in coaaj'arison. D^er foot wore the feailiers an r&kins emblenia tical.of liis tribe The belling openod at e»ehs, with the Indian'for choice; but upon appearing, at the starting ^laee," the odds were 6 ta 4, 7 to 4, and left off ai 2 to 1 on I Jvlills. As will be seen, the race was t»»H | .'coin-tied throughv ut ; Jhe eognoscenti in j »ncli irauers wei e ogheably dfsapporn led at the ca|rabiliti's of the It d<an. W...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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INQUEST ON THE EMPRESS OF THE SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

INQUEST ON THE EMPRESS OF THE SEAS. From the "Warrnarobool Examiner,.' '^lie" iuquest on the *' Empreps of the SeBy'V has occupied nvo da) s.' Over twenty witnesses were examined. Dr. Chanders coroner of the coiisty of B on ike, presided. Prfsent-^-Mr. Aspioall fur the Insurance Company, Mr. Reed for Captain Bragg, Captain P®Ygu^oi>, Captain Matthews, Lloyd's Agieii:,and several other gentlemen interested in the enquiry. After a long and patient, investigation, no.information was elicited to show the origin of ifce.fire* All the eviden'e1 'giveu' by the witriefsjBiWaa a repetition as-5 ^ die; discovery of the fire,. Smake 'was first'obeerveil issuing from the fore liatcKuay about hulf-past four a m. SirdtTg^auV} icfon" wasehtertamed^against one of t be quar term astersj a Gei ma n, named Goldman, wlrcr joined the ship just bcflbre leavirig'HobsonVBay;s> This/ is tb'e| aatile man who \Vas sentenced tp "death in Geelorig in 1854 ; his reprieve arrived wbWe the culprit, wapon the...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MELBOURNE GOSSIP. (From a Correspondent.) Melbourne, January 4th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

i\ ;%?'; MELBOl^RXE GOSalP, " (From a Correspondent') : ~ - Melbourne, January 4 th. 1862. Gaiety and pleasures'!)! vreigd supreme in; ;M»i I ounip, ard nootreryoneseemf a* eager inthe pursuit of eajoyineit as they usually are in the pursuit of-wealth. Pre-en»inrnt in the week\» attrac ions'is tite Great C»ick»-t Match, which commenced on"-New Year's Day, and a-il goea'onwith unflagging »pirii. Something lilse;'0,{K)J turn oj^dai.y tj witness thisin(erestingruot(fSt.a:>dt!ie G«rernorJi!ra. .elf has beefti*:sejit J uri ug each of t!iH thr*e days it has already lasted. Ihegameitteif promises tor<?»alt in an Mjy ficWry to the English EteTiD. The eighteen to< k the first iimin and when <he last wicket Ml they had sco'.ed it?. "The /Eleven then weiit in, and during 'Thursday and Friday kept the field in gobdexerci^K'ivitl) their opleod a batt» iur, »nd whrt)ll)e:te»itli wicketfell they Md plat ed 31*6 to their credit. CinfB h, a fint left hiind- d b $-...

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INTEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

; j^iJilafi^3^^i(^ciroi^I»t|:ii»^p^j^\i^^j^£^ffc . 'Bi«l^*^li|^;">p]pt^ many ©ilwxplact*,; And why *h<)«jd ihiR be ? ; the tern pj^at tire >"of Mojrim. Gar^ucir ^sT^at of. .uch a dhtataetr.r, as toind uee moidjD;wt«:tbirs», lh* majority ufiislribabi tan/a arepVmjWed fit f^iii^'o jijpsiipui lof OTproy».« g fii»i»ryprk rarlyfondlite to make »K^Vho*li«V~ » Leads 9ecure, ond {jtQTj<3e for the *r^i»A«Qfu'd. : f>gef *bile b t 'hp Same limft »hey hjpid out « j-.attern of industry to (lHir childrep^^ud |%| : dronl ennm prtvailf to *>n alavroing $*iVnit 'il)f.'l? if not Fou|pplthe rtreni deathijUriiig, brig'na'ed in tliat diftgi.sting sin. Todfc|c>ib« i tt map as ^ bHaa^ly drp^k '' is a libel oii^ilie,; . bruU'Cteaii-n. E*'erfoneofthebru'e g^ci^r 'are teeioJaJkr#;-.. Men and pi<s are lb* ooly anlirals who tat and drink 10 excess/and even 4: pig;^outd. jrefuse alcb^ driiilu iWp qr$ too eiasses':who have it iu their power fqi:-. ini^ate tliis evi...

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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

.*. -^V^rsW/'v-">.... . , A.. ' '^^VISMK'^ICTPRIA- STEAM 'utus^fM-b t tlmti per Oiik : .>>**.. , ''}.' 6 J*. c; .= vd*fe;^ o I Hi 'ife'i.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

.;T^»XF.W are tlio pjfii#* »uw!jiljl,^iifiii^g,^Watanajpplicution ha^ f>eej£v 'made for ,6 new X»dge iot.be op«ri$') ;ai MflcDounell Hav. io bc tahed the " Port t^aC^iineil^it t>ul th£ ^application j»ill be grarite^in QainQbitr w ill bfc.ihe officer; selected to ripen the Loi'gej aiid to officiate « G M. lor tlie o^r«t\;«iX::.inontlre, T]it re ; alrrati y.?. is » > '.: «lie 'Biy'\jbare^.:^e '8lij^n;Vjei>" cel'ent compliment^ bystaanch mates, ba> saved so many lire». ELIZA JANk and btht-r ira;>ortartt m'ai'er8 miisi* and oyer^iTl<: 6u!fc:\i»exi-- issiie.^"^V ..New BUILDINGS -The Bank and the Wesleyan Chapel are nearly completed, as' regard tbeVuierwalli and roofing; both areexpect$d tobeemirely.finishfeti fb^ot. May; The: new- inn in course of. drecUoin (or Mr A. Mitchell, at Ibc oppoMteoornVr' to (he Bank and Telegraph office, bids fai|f'* for being'Ifbjexcfelletit sample of Colonial architecture* It is now only about three courses-storie^-froin tbe floo...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

INQUEST.V jK "r Ptoceediogs of an Inquest^held by the - ic< tog Coroner, J * - Umphemone, Esq ,. on Sunday, the lOih, fast., at the it&Kibn oi the Mewrs. Browne tocenqwire* into tliecauseut the death ofBtojarrjin '^oodford.;.-.v^ . *.v . ; . - V- ' The fol 1 owi n g reaiuenu foVmed the ju ry --. Gi Shtltoo,* faremah^:#. "Hkmraortd,. A AVasel.O. BuTnt il^Y. Zep|K»L O: Parkin, * J,: Ye'l, J. Medhurst,. fcj.oramu.I, P. Jackion, A Ffinch»^an(i C. (iu,it» . < ^Thejuty having been duty em pan nt^ed, . proceeded 10 arte# the body, and rttiirrt, ifrrfist witne*sr*lled «a*'^ ^^ ..c * Dr. Ki Weill, » ho being sworn, am a l^®5'y qualified medical practitioner 111)0(1 10 **e difceavrd Benjaw miawoodford^ who had.met with aitacci d^Dft CorainK, loihis place; exaininVd,hiin . ai^3found a Itui« .loin ; ' he*. was «uffenh|f greiil pain.and a in o n a;oi h e r sptotiY?, n na b f e I oil ri i. ate ; ktie,nd*d liini till la«t nitflili when he'died. ! : By ibe.Curonei'^^ea...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TOTAL WORTH OF FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

TOTAL WORljfi Widow ami Oij ban .Fuiul^£5,l32-;T4 - 6 Funeral FumI , i. J256 2 9 Special W ido* aiji'-Ol^ljdu ' * Fund c -7.39 15 \ District Fund . \ ;48 £6,377 OK) Less u«inj:[ln JDielrtct IjMtiiu: *i 02 1 i> A . ? ' i 6^27*1 17 6 -;t Al a ince'iun «1 tbe Quartt rtv Commm e held <'n .'i'uwiUyvpciobfr Ifitli, 1861, at JO o'clock; a m t it vi#*' nsoUed : 'Him ilit Bairiae V]irf4 and " Auditoro* Kep» M, bt- tcce v*U j^ihI eiisw* d t u : the >v . <i s jf-y + ..<** 4*. That the levies v-for U«e enstiing- quarter be-Is. per member to ll>e Widow and Orphan Fund, Is per member to the Fu- . neral Fund, arid\6d.'per member to the . District Fund. r ^ " . That a vote of thanks be recorded to the _ Auditors. , ; " Thai the Trustees'; Report be received /and entered on the MinutM. The G.S.Treadan application' from the Britannia- Lodge for .a Dispensation toopen a Lodge at the House of M r» C. M. Ware, Bfidgewateir Hotel, Gox's Grteki to be Called the Lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

^ An American paper says th eir Rtewmeja are ' ~-fo. light in the western rivers, that' lliej^£an . jump over a mud bar, float rajily on wet g^s*; and are obliged W »a\ at anclw «hen t|]i|?e ia a heavy dew, V

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LOCAL COURT, MR. GAMBIER. Wednesday, January 22,1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

LOCALCOURT, MT. GAMBIER. ! I *v. .Wednesday, January.22,1862. On the Beiwll-r-T^ A Wells, Esq,, J P, and -0 J. Umpheratorie, Esq., J P. George Beynmjt of the schooner Jet appeared to an Mortnatioh laid by Mr. W. T Jones, »ub^Uector^£l£ M. Customs at Macdonneil Jiay^-M for that he Captain Geo Bcynon did onMondav lasfc,thc 20th inst , land-from the saidveaselfive cases of spirits of which noentry hadlhanxnadev in-the shipV manifest, ana whie&'landing *was unlawful and contrary to ~thejforta; of thestaluteinfthat case provided be%<Na"g4 of lft4/4tetiohi 11 & 13 ' ? W. T. ^on»B, beingswdrri, deposed that on \ Monday,;the 22nd inst£ whilst engaged In stt '' ^$l^teit^^rtheilnl^dingtifthe schooner Jet taiHeittfttToe, bev^obseryed^ fire gpses of; 3£^i&8'I&qde4 from 099 ofihe lighters attend ingt besehooner, of which cases no report had been made,*>at this timeth'e « Captain was on BbdrbjKjtfewhfere -.asked the mate,', ssthecap ' toinwas abluent,...

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ODDFELLOWSHIP. Adeaide District of the South Australian Independent Order of Odd Fellows, in connection with the Manchester Unity. TRUSTEE'S REPORT. To the G.M, D.G.M., G.C.S., and Delegates Assembled. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

* ; ^fiDFEtivO^SHlP. ; Ade|aide lei of; t liie Sbul h /aus t r alian lndepeii'^ent ?)rder of Odd Fellows, "in coiincctti.u wiih the Manchester Unity. : TaDSTEHs' HBPOKTi Dele gates A?stn&bied, CSenilt men onq Broiljers for the .quorter' just elided/ arid to temark Aral it s»'ilj!4 rfrtmi the absence of any aiati er ^^^tj^|voriw»ce^ be brief. I«*aDh granted oninorigage ijy the Trustees u> the close of ibe prrcterf ing<|ttaTter wa» £4j655.! , A1 ip>-ttie ami uut of £'60 named ill life ja-trfrpbrt1Itaa be e ir c" iu p 1 e t e d, ami s furli250baa beta granted,being loans advanced diriug ythe qua'fifcr^ ^11 dei ing the total amount so invested ii>Ibfl ^iestDi date £4,965 Your Trustees Jahie this opportunity of informing-the dbroihers of the Order that they have about JZ%QQ to lend at (bis, time on moitgage, * Bny " information relative thereto, or applicaiionsJbr the same to tlie Secretary wili aaetl w-ilb prompt attention, and »b( uld tbereV^ ^0; ihiay be - ...

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THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

t THE W OOL I'liApB. TjiBpubjic lairs of colonial wool have gone >. ; i ff' s< meWiiat heavily." Compared. ;wjth - . pie*iotii *eriea, the fall in »he *aloe^»I. S} dnejf and Poi t Phillip wool'ii' 2d. per .lb,~ } TiiiAdelaide and sit otcer deacripiiwfi*. it; ..is Irrro' lJ'dvto 2d. per tb. - fV? v -;.V ?.'] v W.e.Btejjt 1 iii ihe possession tilthebrands. oJihewool exporters fnim/ihi^neiahbou?-^ hood-x >e, ||ji»erer, in«ertJlie fatJo*ingjij£ j r is teu.tti'r,:-r-.*<..;». -P Kx Hawi7/a..Af»7cXeW. . v.- ; . Ml. G- 6 balr» in grease ai 9J. x i Tj - : " ' ' . 'Vw/Es. -V- : '~V\ Fjshe^-v 1; Ijbal^s in gr^se, ^ 9fif > ' - £ , do. do. at i3di' -i

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LUTHERAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

IHTHERAN CHURCH. i"' ©ir Tuesday afternoon' the foundation tume of the new chureh of Martin Lttiher, i^r Wliid; by *?*& *t« d8Ml «iiBW^chpiionr». .^",2?' TtieattMidaBce,, conaideriatftUfctmosi of S,l* 'liife "Tcoimil'V* "people the EjTr.w ^visi, «£* uuinerotis. It *a* ehttflj ",.7*"-*? .cotopoied tifGsrffliiiS, though a good mfthy ? ]j ;" Eugli^a were alio presmt. ' Shortly after. . T A,^'p. ©elock.the 'ftev. Mr.' Kappler, pastor [ *' dfthe «ongwgai|on, having engaged in deeo ttoiial eserciaes, addreMcdtbe asierablage ' in (lermao, in aa cnargeiie tiM^h, of which we' regret we hate bo" translation. The Rev; Mr, Don, of the Scotch Church, then qddteWd the meeting in English, and conieritulated his Grrman fmnda in h<i?in4 . so near a'prospect of worshipping withinmi* 7. ^ comm Hiiujut a tewp'e of their 6wn. The ' '7 - Gernitm* were 'pi«»|iarly fond of their native country, t nd uridoiibttdfy ths: best way in < wb'ich ihey could prate thae attachment was ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

I'lios Miist & Co. T HO M ASM U S T ft O O Merchants and Cuiimissioh Agents, Pr.it Al^cdomell, Inly I, 1801. l'2fin N RATIONAL BANK OF AUSTiU I.A 1A. * 7 Ag."tits for MaodomteH B<j' J'HOS. MUST & CO. A REGULAR' TKADER, X rilHEi 1 Schooner A BEATRICE, Will sail trou^ Melbourne" on ot about the -2Uih Janua y, for 'Port Macdonnell; via Portland, and will continue as a Regular Truder. caliintr al Port land on her pH*sa£ifi to and trSflP?Sletbi«urbe. For "Freight or Passage, apply to . - TilOS.* M UST & Co ; THli AUSTUALASIA N INaU11A N CF ;; COMPANY.. FIKE, LIFE AND MARINE. Offices Hali of Commerce, Collins-street, ' \ West Melbourne. -» - Directors:; .Hon A'ex Fiaser, M.L.C., Chairman E, L. Mo»U'fioit% Esq^. Vicc'-CliMiriuan^ lion. Joseph Sutherland, M.L.C. Jtiines Spo«er!<, Esquire . J, M. J.j*huu, Esquire James (jiahani ttsquire ^ v-. ' VVM. MACllEDIE, Sccreta»y. Agon's Tor Port MacDonnell and.. Mount Ganibier TIIOS.- MUST & CO, ^...

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GEOGRAPHICAL ENIGMA. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

Vr ^ OEOGRAP«IfiAL.E^lG^v (To lhe Ediior of iheBfrifer j v Sir,~Tlie fo!lf>vving L talce lo be ihe names of 'tfcY places referred/ io by jfdar V':**kzsih Ba? worth, Orkne^; Rutland, . ^Enniskiilfn; Rotted AHctnte,? ..' Tbebes^Gologae, Heidelbei^f^:; The initiala of ihe>e p)ayi»^.a£l jn.iwa*. ito»,give the :uaroe til, dbnl>tles» the jouroal teferred Vfcv.' .- J I). Mount Gaa)bit-r,22nd January, 1862.

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Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

.re. ?... V. » :Sb. P" 100 , - fltiiiL do* * >. i (||i6,ipiHu5bel . . ^(wi do. £ 3. ,!& ' 12 10 0 0 1. ® 6 0.0* 0 1.3 0 6 « r 0 6 * 0 . *-® 0 0 o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

^ v^BOGT'AMP SHOE MAKER. .&-. 11 ' KEIliEKE, Boot and'Shoe l^ake^ ;Ji*g*.;IQ;iMf*»r«n, fh£ inhabitants i.ot Mx Gumbier, that he has uow.on Safe id the pre^ ' ?" ?*wa^*djoin«n£ John, Tube's Store, & :^f:I!£i^e-'vA^ tind^igl&l^' r ^ 'Bofl s and"ShoM;ofc4hei>Gatdescription, which .?'be in noW-Sei iflg at very Morieraie Pi ices, j ~ 3 AH- Orders, for. NewBootior itejairsiwill . bevfsunctually'attended! to. > . " |2cm ' %'jr* '"'Hi-'. 8PRiKGBR,''--^W^B»8t^i-: . ^Goolc,'&Ci;^(Ne^P6or':bajtkOnej;tb£ &oh». ?.* ns iliis ; fcv sincerethank* to his tri^ndsand ^ustowipra tot ,;. -the literal.Mpmirt. iy)jjc|»^ .; he com (uenceo :Bimneas.at the" Mouftt^and. will use evtiy ende&voitr to ihtrit u coblihu« " JAnce of the*«ttrtue. . . S v Orders puti'ctuslly-atte tided to, »nd- CUwtdm^. " -eis served at their awp doow. > ... " j2Jm , | . O L L I S «i S T ;A R-K E . yfi J ; Builders, Ca reenters, ^bneiMakers/' . p?»iola»** ' iJSvjt to arquaii t ...

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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24TH, 1862. PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

7 X-7-. jFBtnxi, JANUAKY 24TH, .1862. **?£* r. cat! attention" to the Stan* -' rfi»^Jan&^ Po*/, sbe^ipg^tho featiol tiliVhi to whkli this ditt ase prevails V - inlbo«e^i<irict8= .*.;., »*JOn lUinti of Messrs. McLareri.lSOO £' ?f^h«^^t%ibeen killed and over 6000 more . ; Jenderi have. been i : %;4'^pviied-Jorlurnmg 3,000 headfrecei*ing compensation; 600 beasts C::! .^.j^-i|^i^:;.0p one gigantic fire, and ibje " melted ^at JiowVlibe a imaU rivulet down --s ?'*. jbegnlly. Tbtf rattle were burnt in their ^;!» hiii^^ jplap, ia act found to -;r/: ,>?%; f:*\ i!(niK#ipf ||fiin)e wWenotanobject, there ' ???'~'V economy in boiling dowft "the 4>ea«ta> ittt it. if probable; that before could b£:erected; jibe" -h'f?)-'*. " disease twuld^laVe spread all over the ..* c^ntiry. $^r:-- $'t.Now a com« .>^iV4-rrp^1rtiption oT 30.. per head which in a alight '*. ;;dt|r^ le!8eni,ih^ jeriou8 lots. Bat those *ho fat cuttle will anfler 7': - 'C-'1 The border ^numerates .. ten ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

TO CORKESPONB^NTS. ^ ; : dfsirable^Kst «0»ril^n?i§lltf on» sfiotftd;i w£tiort«nd f>itiiV; r lenflfihVafticles do not' °|«^V ^tir spfeee }'? matters of 1ot%V interest re ^v?,fe;!vftW£.?. V< . ,;^.vr > ??.- 1. _ j '?. "ir ^ can 4j«. ttkcnof snootmons com** ifr^fl: s^nr far.inseHiftn \ non .]». W?"**-",: ®o»nlfhuratpld'bVtRe naire>nd aadreei of the/, i':' iiiienott":poblfc*- ' :0Si4. % jCo^feyordenj^tr® p*Hieul»tty, requested towrnt^flTjfiewdeof ifcej>sj>eronly. , j fwiHtments^^^er.rjr?ng tojitir> : fr!ei}fi]^%^^n1y;t¥quir)n(;copietoccai9ionaU^ '.?' ; iV sold. We vfcen.lhat dor none -. .tbeyi&hAH -be VdOVy /fqr&ardedi^+Uul terms !: fcrlWfuiareWillU- . ?" ; - *. .o^me®.. ...' . ;Vv':-.«i:.0d,?; ;;"-;vy,v . . ^':- '& ?

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FIRST DAY, 14TH JANUARY. ST. L[?]GER [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 January 1862

FIRST DA Y, 14TH JANUARY.         ST. LEGER Of 40 sovs., with a sweep of 6 sovs. added, for three year old coits and fillies. One mile and a half. Weights, 8st 10lbs.   Mr Small page's ch c Burlington (Trainor) I   Mr Robertson's br. c Geuerai Stiuan .... 2 Mr Carmichael's br f Maggie Lauder .. 3 Maggie made a stronge running till near the distance, when she gave way to the two colts, who ran home together, the General having the best of it up the straight running, but Burlington came with a rush on the post and won by half a neck. TOWN PLATE Of 40 sovs., with a sweep of 5 sovs. added : two miles, heats; weights--3 year old 7st.     4 year old 8st 6lb, 5 year old 9st, 6 and   aged, 9st 5lb.   Mr Butcher's b g Field Marshall. 1 0 0 1 (Bart)       Mr Chaffey's b g Mystery, aged ... 0 1 0 2 (Edwards) Mr Pearson's b g Ne...

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