-~L . ... ..,.%....'. ■!■ Brazil has concluded permanent arbitration treaties with the United States, Francs, Portugal, Spain and Mexico. Earl Crews, Secretory of State for thei published the tepsrt of the Instltutlpn regarding Imperial reciprocity. The report was previously sent to Australia. Frank Woetton, the ex-Australian jockey, rode three winners at the Kempton Park rneatlng on ¥«>!» day aadtarjp aj ; of ninetoea Klrjadf tkU aeaaaav
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CABLE LEVITIES., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
CABLE LEVITIES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
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