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SPORTING. ADELAIDE, May 25.
The Birthday Cup was won by Stanley, with Aldivalloch second, and Slugeard third. It was an easy win. Time, 2min 50sec.
BRISBANE, May 25.
The Birthday Cup was won by Quicksilver, with Laurestina second and Fairy third. A splendid race; won by a head. Time, 3min 39»ec.
EARTHQUAKE SHOCK. HOBART, May 25. A smart shock of earthquake was felt here laat night.
OUR GOVERNOR'S LEVEE. SYDNEY, May 25.
The ' Herald,' without knowing the reasons of Earl Onslow's not holding the usual is inclined to think that the dropping of the practice will be received with general satisfaction in most, if not all, of the colonies.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7916, 25 May 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7916, 25 May 1889
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