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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 December 1891

' THE SHOALffAVEN HEWS.' ? fpnESkoallmreu News will boj.uhlUhed X 'iiaFKTDAY MORNING NEXT (Now Year's Dsy)i in lieu of Saturday. .: Advertisers will please notethis. LEEMING & WATSON.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 December 1891

k COMMERCIAL Bill! tBIfl f - Of SYDNEY. ' Established 1834. Incorporated by Act of Council, 1848. Capital ? £600,000 Reserve Fund ? £600,000 Reserve Fund for Equalization of Dividends ? £150,000 Shoalhaven Branch AHJustml Banking Business transacted. I Highest current rate of Interest given I for money deposited for fixed periods. E.7A. OOTTEE, Manager. MR. T. MAREIOTT, SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, PROCTOR, and NOTARY PUBLIC, ( Commissioner for AffidavitsJ, Junction' Stre et, -N O W R A . ffj» Trust moneys to Lend on'approvcd freehold securities. LEGAL. MR. H. L/WHITTELL, (S«M«sor to late T. 31. JHchnrds,) Attorney, (Solicitor, Convey ancer and Proctor, JUNCTION-STREET, NOWRA. Trust money to lend. All Courts in District attended as re quired. The OVERLAND ROUTE, THORBURN'S .Royal Mail Line of Goaches. TTLLADULLA; COACH leaves Ulla U dulla at 4.30 a.m., and MILTON at 5.30 a.m. daily, Sundays excoptcd. NOWRA : Coach leaves Nowra for Milton (Sundays excepted) at 5.30 a.m. Booking Offices : ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 December 1891

^ttCAL NBTSTS. A meetm.G. of the. Milton Land; Board; will beheld next Wednesday, the 30th, in.-' stanu ... , ,.?' . . . ?'?': ??':-?.. M?.' Ambrose. Onrtis has been;appoi)ited » member ef ihej'Publie School JJunru $f-r the Kiau^ fluoVadistriet: ; r An area of 4a. 3r. 38p.. in the. parish of - Currowan, near Milton, has,bpeu.'reser.vcd J from sale for public school, purposes, under, if date 19iU iflst. ?, ;..'' A MlNfiRAi leaso of #&a'ercs, by John. McKanef parish Berinibjudal (Norriga), has. been cancelled fur lion-payment of rent. '... ' ' ' ..'-' Wooddukn, near Milton, has been ap pointed a place for taking the poll atpar, liamentary elections for the district of Shoaihaven.. : ? ? . :? The steamer Coomonderry had 40. passengers from Now™ for Sydney last Monday and a like number on Thursday afternoon also for tho metropolis. SwoAtnAvEtr Rowing Club. — Sevoral members of the recently-established Row ing Club in Nowra have during the week been having good practice, and they...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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The Churches. ORDER OF SERVICES ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 December 1891

- She Chiaches. ilftpEa OF SEK VICES ON SI.^TDlAT. .Chobcb of Kkulaw. -^- N'jWra,' 'Mr, Abraniowitch, H mid 7-3.0. The Falls, Mr. Abramowitch, 2.30, ilerry ii .a:«l 7.30, and CooUngatta 3, 3ftov. LukuPnrr. Wbsleyak.— Nowra, Rev. E. Kina, Jl mid 7.30. Nowm Hill. Rov. E, King, 2.30 ; Mr. T. Jarrctt 7.3Q. ?Janciigany 11, and Kangaroo Valley ![.30, Mr, E. Chaseling. Moron, Mr, O, Phillips, 3. Pyroe, Mr, James fJiupherd, sen , 2.30. Berry, Kev. C. J. M^Ciiy, 11 and 7J3Q. Presbyterian.— Niwra,-. 11, Rev. J. K. Bruce ; 2.3ft p in., childrEn's cerrice, (special collection).;' 7.30, Mr. ..-'Alps' Robertson. West Cam be warm 11, and Budgoug Gap, 2.30, Mr. -ieov M/Bouald. Wandandian, 11, and .ToineForig,- 3, Mr. Alex, liobcrtsou. Cajnbu«'aria7.30,: Jlcy. J. XC Bruc& . ' .';' r 7B*BHEJ) EVfiJVy S/LTtJ-BpAV MOU.MKO. '-? **-BsfuBt,ancl fear not. £ei «11 th«,eudc thsu njjulst at Be 4Jiy Country's, tlijrGncl's and Truth's.1'. FRIDAY, 1HECEMBER 25, 18M,

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

LOCAL NEWS. The Shoiilhaven Bench on Tuesday last granted nine hawkers' mid three slaughter ing licenses. ? Kiama Show— Tho annual exhibition of tho- Kiama A- nnd H. Association will open iti h fortnight's time from Wednesday next. Eutri.'fi are due on the 17th inBtunt. In the Small Debts Court on Tuesday, Richard Shepherd obtained a verdict against Jas. Kelly on a claim of £2 16s 6d, balance of accnuut. There was no defence. Mr. L. Abramowitch, tho well-known Jewish misnionary, is to proach in St. John's Church, Nowra, to-morrow (Sun day) morning, and at The Falls in the nfternoon. Boa Registration. — A meeting of magistrates has been convened for Tuesday next, at the Courthouse, Nowra, with the object -if recommending an area within which the Dog Registration. Act Bhould operate. The steamers from Sydney to Shoal haven on Wednesday experienced very rough. weather on the run down. The Coouiondeny was detained outside, too, a long time, waiting fur a suitable tide to cross in. A. Pa...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Schools of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Schools of Arts Again the time for the half yearly assembly of' members of the Nowra School of Arts is close to hand, and it is expected that the institute will for ¥ a time have increased attention at the liandsof those townspeople who interest themselves in its present operations and its future possibilities. The report to bo presented next week will be anxiously scanned by members. The last half-year has been a period of hard work and considerable speculation to a majority of those who form the executive of the institution, and most certainly 'thi-y have much to expect from the townspeople and residents of the entire district in regard to the status nnd proper maintenance of their institute. The large liability incurred by the erection of the present com modious and imposing building, worthy of a larger town and larger-hearted supporters, has exercised the minds and ingenuity of the committee since the opening ceremony fifteen months »go by the then Minister for Works. Those who ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Ten Shillings Reward- r LOST in or about Novrra, four ona im- pound notes, on Tuesday evening. K Finder will roceive the aboro reward, on B leaving the notes at the Office of this 6 paper. ? ^ ? ' ? f TVTOTICE is hereby given that Meetings 1 X™ of the Local Land Board, under the ? If provisions' of the Crown LandB Act of f! 1884, will be held on the dates and at the |\ place sot forth hereunder :— m NOWRA— Court House, SOra and 31st 1 JANUARY, 1893. £§ A. O. MORIARTY, ft Chairmen. - fs Local Land Board Office, , Jg Goulburn, 4th January, 1893, v-- ,S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Bad Blood. — The Editor of the Family Doctor says :— ' We have seen hosts of letters in which the writers acknowledge the benefit they have received f comClarke's wonderful Blood Mixture, which as a cura tive agent cannot be too highly estimated, since it cleanses and clears the blood from all impurities. If the blood is diseased the body is diseased. Clarke's Blood Mixture is a medicine of the greatest possible value, and it ib certainly the finest blood purifier that science and skill have brought to light. We can with the utmost confidence recom mend it to our subscribers and the publio generally.'— The Famify Doctor, 16th July, 1892. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blood Diseases, and sores of all kinds, it is a never-failing and permanent Cure. It is the only real specific for Gout and Rheumatic Pains, for it removes the cause from the blood and bones. Of Chemists, &c.'t everywhere at 2s. 9d. and Us. per bottle. Thousands of testimonials from all parts. Caution. ...

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Sassafras. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

[?] :U {FRqriToDRpWN CORRESPONDENT. ) The welcome rain has come at long last, after repeatedly threatening, and so the industrious, patient farmer will have a «hanc»tor«ap the bonefit of his husband ing labor*. The plough will again be started to finish tho potato planting, which 4ud to be put off for the want of moisture in the ground. There is no rain gaugo on the Sassafras, but tip to date the fall has been something like 3in., giving the thirsty soil an ample drink and closing up tho gaping cracks in tho long-parched earth. Christmas has come and cone, with all its festivities, all its pleasant memories, and we are settling down again quite naturally to our every-day employments, all the better fitted for bur duties after the relaxation afforded by the holidays. The Nowra Hill Cricket Club sent up its best team on Christmas Eve to try to redeem their lost laurels from the local club. But they wero igain defeated, in one innings by 19 .runs. The bowling of E. HigginB, H. Piercy, ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

The best remedy fob Indigbstioit— Norton's Camomile Pills sr« confidently recommended a? a Simple Kewedy fcr In digestion, ?which is the cause of nearly all the diseases to which we are subject. NoRToa's Pills, with justice called the ' Natural Strengthener of the Human Stomach,' act as a powerful tonio and gentle aperient, are mild in their operation, and safe under auy circumstances. Sold in bottles, at Is. lfd., 2s. 9d., 11s., by all Medicine Vendors throughout the world. Advice to Mothers!— Are you broken in your rest by a 6ick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ! Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mks. Wins lo'w's Soothing Stkup. It will relieve any poor sufforer imirediately. It ie perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakens ' as bright as a button.' It soothes the child, it softfmB the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, reguUtes the bowels, and is the best kn...

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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Town Talk [By Johids.1 What has become of tho Nowra Court house question ! A sum of money has been placed on the Estimates for a new building, and the only thing now required is an agreement as to site. Surely this could be finally settled by public meuting, and the Department thus allowed to proceed with the work. Mr. Quick, of Nowra, has lost a fine Newfoundland dog which was known to all townspeople. Dogs of this class, once they take to wandering, go a long distanco and play mariy'pranks. The latest story is that of a Newfoundland belonging to a Glasgow man, who lost it iu Edinburgh, the animal arriving home four days later, and bringing with it an umbrella which it was carrying at- the time it disappeared. ° . * The-opinion of many townspeople on the gas-lighting question now is that the Municipal Council should undertake the establishment of gas- works on behalf of the people as being well within their province. The experience of Kiama, Bowral, and other towns should satisfy t...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. THE SPRIGHT CUP.- NOWRA V NUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

SPORTING. ? CRICKET1. THE SPKIQHT CUP. — NOWRA V. NOMBA. The following are the scores in the above match, won last Saturday by the Nowra team : — JSumba— First innings. W. Murray, b Graham.. ? 0 J. Borrow dale, c Honritt, bThurgato... 2 M. Hyam, h.o. w., b Johnson ? 15 A. Hyani, c Hapgood, b Graham ... 2 J. Weik, c'Thurgiite, b Graham... ... 7 W. Watts, c Griffiths, b Johnson ... 4 D. Murphy, b Graham ? 0 J. Miller, b Graham ... ? 0 F. Smith, not out ? 8 C. De Mestro, e Richardson, b Graham 2 H. De Mestre, c Richardson, bGraham 1 Sundries ? 2 Total ... 43 Numba — Second innings. W. Murray, c Thurgate, b Biddulph... ] J. BnrrowdaIe,cRichardson,bBiddulph 3 M. Hyam, not out ? ? 6 A. Hyam, b Graham ? 1 J. Weik, c and b Graham ? 0 W. Watts, c Griffiths, b Biddulph ... 0 D. Murphy, b Thurgate ? 4 J. Miller, b Thurgato ... ' ? 0 F. Smith, t- Biddulph ...' ? 2 C. De Mostro, b Thuigafce ? ... 0 H. De Mestre, h.o. w., b Thurgate ... 5 Sundries ? 4 Total ... 26 Nowba.— First Innings. J. Howitt...

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Berry to Kangaroo Valley. PROPOSED BRANCH RAILWAY. KANGAROO VALLEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Berry to Kangaroo Valley PROPOSED BRANCH RAILWAY. [By Telegraph.] Kangaroo Vallky, Friday. A public meeting' was held in the National lift 11 hore last night to agitate for a railway into the Valley. Mr. James Campbell, J.P., occupied the chair, and tliu meeting was a thoroughly representa tive one. Messrs. John Stewart (Beny), T. Nelson, G. VVsjeon, and T. Walters upuko strongly in favor of the motion. Mr. John Stewart cubuiittedsinue interest- ing statistics which he had collected uneut the resources of the Valley, and for which he wua accorded an enthusiastic Vote of tlui.ks. A resolution was carried that the Government be asked to make a trial survey for n .railway line f pun the South Coast line to Kangaroo Valley, uud a strung working committee was formed in the interest of the movement. A vote of thauks to the chairman brought the moot ing to a close.

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Found Dead at Kangarro Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Pound Dead at Kaiffaroo 'Talley. Mr. Z. G. Bice|i|i^5^oner). held a magisterial inquiry at the JCah garoo Valley Courthouse roji ^Monday last into tho cause of 'the .death of a man named John Kih'g, *-hbset)Ody was found on the verandah of the Com mercial Hotel early thfe next morning. stated in his evidence jthat he found the body lying 6^i^(a^c;withjjiie left arm across the chest nnnrthe right arm extended by the Bide. Deceased's head was inclined to the right, nnd he had apparently been vomiting, there being indications close to the body, and a strong smell of ardent Bpirits. Crumbs of cake were also scattered about. A handkerchief was tied loosely round the seek. The only things discovered on the body were a pipe, some tobacco, and matches. There were no marks of violence. A man named Rowan statod that shortly after rising oS -Sunday morning at the Pioneer Hotel he noticed. a mnn ltrinrr rtrt tfiA vorandfili r\t +\ta Commercial Hote], opposite. When he went to breakfast one' of'...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

TATTEBS ALL'S' MONSTER JRIZE LIST. Newmarket H'cap. -March 4, 1893 . 100,000 (One rjundnri TJini,B;u-fl) 100,000 At20Eac!i. Subscribers At 20 Kadi. First ? 30,000 'lltiitt ]O0cu..l0.00G ? Seconder ?.;.- 10.^00 10il.it 50 en. .. .5,000 Thhd .'.i- .„ 6,0(X) 100 :il 40 cm.... 4, 000 S. diyiflo ... OjPQU 2-K)fit30c ? C.000 N..S.'a'iWdo- . 9,000 1000 nt IO.'h. .10,000 ',', '.'..'?. : lUOOnt 5 eii....5,000 '. ? Less Ton percent. . 2,500 KxtraUiits 2,500 Australian Cup.- March 7,1893 25,000 (Twenty liit'Tliousniid) 25,000 At 10;22ai:ii.* ', Subscribers. At 10 JEiich First ... ... BOOO 20 at SOSn. ...1OO0 Second.., ...MOO . 25at 20 en. ... 5O0 Third ... ...1000 100 at 10 esu . .1000 S. divide ...- 3000 IO0»t 5 e.% ... 500 N. S. dividu 1000 Ijoss Tun per cont. 245 ,-Jish-Ji OniB , - 246 Anniversary H'p. —January 26, 1893. 25,000: -Twouiy-five Tliousana) 25,000 At 10 7£acl). Subscribers. AtlOE&cli. Snme CunJilioiiB as above. Plciuse^tnteiheaihountyou cncl'iso witli your'application. I...

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Berry Agricultural Association. PROPOSED INQUIRY INTO POTATO DISEASES RAILWAY TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS PROBABLR ENGAGEMENT OF THE WOLLONGONG BAND THE WATER JUMP THAT AT INSPECTOR OF SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Jerry Agricultural Association. Proposed IsQuntv into Potato Diseases. — Railway Traffic Arrangements. — Probaulk Engagement of the WOLLONOONG BAND.— THE WaTBB Jciip. — Til at Inspector of Shows. The committee tit the above society met on Friday of lost week. Ten mem bers were present, the President in the chair. Correspondence was received from— 1, 2. Director of Agriculture, stating that Mr. Shopherd, an expert officer, would visit Berry on 4th January and conduct a fruit spraying exhibition, and that a visit to the forthcoming Show might be expected from the Department's Inspector, Mr. J. Fitz gerald, and asking that the books of tho Association be placed at his disposal and nil information given to form basiB of a report to tho Minister. 3. Secretary Candelo Agricultural Society, desiring committee to noaiinatoa judge for Ayrshire cattle, on tho point system, at the Candelo Show ou 22nd and 23rd February next, and to act as judge of dairy produce. The committee wero unable to no...

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Notes for Dairy Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Notes for Dairy Farmers. The largest shipment o butter from any part of the world will be made by tho i.M.S. Ballaarnt from Melbourne on Saturday next, January 14. A shipmout consisting of 600 tow* will be despatched, comprising 16,000 casus. Ten trains will be employed to cany it to the pier. Tho whole of the steamer's refrigerating chamber will b; t ken up. The dairy farmers of Victoria anticipate completing tho season for butter export in about six weeks' time, after which it is thought that an effort will be made to in crease cheese exports, and so utilise surplus milk products. To tbiB end checsemakers are agitating for the exten sion of late favors shown to butter-makers in the form of a ' cheese bonus,' as part of the late «rant of £45,000 taken off municipalities for butter factory nursing purposes will probably remain available for the purposes of cbeesemakers, re ferring to which tho Age of 30th ult. says:— 'The Minister for Agriculture has under consideration tho advisabi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

You SXust Have a Good Stove. You can't have a fire without burnin) Eomo kind of fuel. You agree to this Why, of coiirsfC Well, now suppose yoi liad bought a store in which no fuel what ever vxndd'bwn, what would you do Throw it book on the dealer's hands am get another? To bo sure. Now, fancy you had ? But let us have the story first and dra\ the conclusion afterwards. A woman tells this bii of experience :- 'It was in 1882,' she says, ' when : began to feel ill and out of sorts. I dii ' not know what wbb the matter with me I .In the morning I was tired and languid W and was constantly ^spitting and belching H up a clear fluid like water. My appetite ^gradually left-, me, and I had great pa'u after every morsel I ate. I had grea pain at the chost, which at times 6eomet to strike through to the back ant shoulders. I lost a good deal of sleep a night, owing to spasms and to wind tha appeared to gather in my Bides. 3Si- food, however simple, agreed with me, For throe years I suffered l...

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The Rev. Robert Jackson. FAREWELL DEMONSTRATION AT BERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

The Rev. Robert Jackson FAREWELL DEMONSTRATION AT BERRY. The Rev. Robert Jackson, Presbyterian Minister, severed his connection with tho Berry charge on Monday last, in conse quence of his departure for Europe. Farewell sermons were preached on Sun day at Berry, JVieroo, ana vJoolangatta. At tho latter placo ho opened a new commodious church hall, provided at the expense of Mr. John Hay, and distributed 300 Bibles. to the .employees of the estate and their families in memory of the late Dxvid Berry, and in accord with a wish expressed by him previous to his death. At Berry on Monday, Mr. Jackson was tendered a farewell picnic. Notwithstand ing the boisterous weather, som« 450 persons were present, all denominations being well represented. Mr. John May presided. Eulogistic addresses were de livered by him and by the Revs. L. Parr, K. Corner, J. K. Bruce, and Messrs. P. H. Morton, M.L.A., Dr. Lewors, J.P., A. J. Coiley, J.P., John Boxsoll, J.P., L. M 'In tyre, J.P., John Stewart, and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1893

The Shoalhaven horses Ariadne, Gold, and Fermanagh went up to Sydney over land on Thursday, in; charge of Ned Scrivener. They are to engage at M-mro- 6eld to-day (Saturday)— Ariadnu in the Stewards' Mile (8.5), -and- Moorefield Handicap, i£ inue (o.ii^ Volet in the Kogarah Stakes, 6 fur. 60yds (7.0) ; and Fermanagh in tho Stewards' Mile (8.9) and Tramway Handicapj 6fur. 60yds (7.2). Sun»'a Confidence fiB-io carry 7,9 in the latter race and 7.6 in 'the mile and a quarter handicap. ~~ The Green well Point Racing Club has a credit balance of some ;£$ after settling over the Boxing Day meeting. The fines imposed upon the riders J. McGeo and. W. Simmons fdrjlisobedience at the post at Greenwell Point on Boxing Day have been remitted. A remarkable jumping performance was a few days ago achieved at Rouen by an Irish horse. Tiio occasion was a high jumping competition open to all horses of any country and- among the twenty-six competitors were animals bred in France, Great Britiun, Spain *n...

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