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AUSTRALIAN NOTES.

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(Received February 23, 12.12 p.m.) Mhlbocbnk, February 23 •

Looblel did a ittoDg gallop of eleven farlongs on the sand, io 2uin S2seo ; "Carbine ft mile In lmln 48£>.ec ; Paddy, .Melody, Oranbrook and Plutarch covered ■tx furlongs In lmln 20aeo, Oranbrook Showing to better advantage thanPlatarch. Abercorn and Oarlyon did two miles on the tan In 3m!n 35aeo, Volley running over both for the last mile and a half, Ptarl Shell did a mile and a half on the tan m 2min 47£»60. Peer, Melroae and Theorist took medium exercise, the latter looking superb.

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AUSTRALIAN NOTES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2071, 23 February 1889

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AUSTRALIAN NOTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2071, 23 February 1889

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