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The NatatohCa.se. the statement made by the South Canterbury Timex that Natator, at the time of his scratching for the h'orbnry Handicap, was in charge of Mr H. Prince, and hints at that gentleman taking legal steps to vindicate his name. Cool. —Slightly sarcastic was the clergyman who paused and addressed a man coming into church after a sermon had begun with the remark, “Glad to see you, sir; come in : always glad to see those here late who can’t come early.” And decidedly self-possessed was the man thus addressed in the presence of an astonished congregation, as he responded : “ Thank you, would you favor me with the text ?”

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 299, 22 March 1881

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