p&SSdrol him, whetihe carried silk for JheJßank. Stakes. I am surprised at,the long!11 aSttpft bfctite' being entered for the W. 0. : :jj finitely paid us a visit, accompanied by . - two. sporting gents from your township. : spin round our course, but his ‘ actfecnr Was far from being satisfactory, and ' s W& I .strongly Condemned by every one 8" “totidifitid to j udge. But the strangest ■ r thing about the affair was this—he was at- ■ tended 'by a veterinary surgeon. Dr Bur- ': * a 3ook was also there to attend upon George, ohagfrf grnnm; but I am happy to be able to ' ; alshbiagh: there were considerable iSpis ? therC was something wrong In the - upper -story, The doctor’s services were not I' 1 .‘fiSfuirCd. !Ouf farrier—while the groom engaged in some antics, to the; great of the boys—examined the ; horse atm'openly declared that he was unsound, " “'and that his constitution was gone. I need say no more. Nothing but the great Importance of the coming event would bgmcr'inie thus to appear in print, jl beg 'you to pardon the liberty I have taken in sb' far'trespassing upon your valuable f n space;—lam, etc., Tam Gien. [Our - correspondent evidently forgets .O’) that " Early Bird’s” opinion of “ Agrioul- ’ ~ turist ’’ was based' on the fact of having ' ?”r hbhri''lhe" horsd since the' first i trial at Wakahui. A We 1 believe that his coistitu- . tidnand his constituents have alike gained fuller confidence in: him, although the ■ ’ ' graadia not; quite so green as it was.— Bn. Q.t 7 ... i rl ‘ v. ; - ;■. '-r ——: —. .. . j
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 507, 2 December 1881
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 507, 2 December 1881
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