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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER S3, 1995.j…

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SKETTY HOUSE: RANSACKED,

ARRESTS BY THE BARRY POUCE.

SUNDAY CARD PLAYERS.

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THE KING'S SCOTCH ViSIT.

Football Accident. I -8

SUICIDE AT ABERAMAN. -----

SUNK IN SUEZ CANAL.

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I Late Mr Louis Tylor. .

ACTRESS AND THE POLICE.

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A Splendid Exhibition.

HUNTERS.

HACKS OR nJDING HORSES.

HEAVY HORSES.

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HEAVY HORSES. The heavy horses were undoubtedly the b«9* group ever seen at Cardiff. A specially class was that fjr drMy or cart horses, in wbicl1 Mr John L. Biooks was first with Noble, an dense brown gelding standiug 17'2 in heigb** which defeated Mr Peter Coat'n Clifford Victor, a shire of considerable merit. In the class if* three year olds and upwards, above 15'2, Sir A» UeDderRon exhibited Argent, which won "iab something in hand from Mr R. W. Hudson' Uendie Jeanctte, a five year old by Pfinc* Harold. Some good animals were also sbowo 111 the tenant farmer classes, Mr Lewis's Pearl won in the cIa-ss not above 15 hands. 8^ is a compact littla brown mare with plenty & power. In the class for yearling cart eolta LVr: Taunton's Red Lynch 110 brown by Locking9 Forsst King, had on easy via fiom Mr F. FJ- Monlz's Omberslado Combination. Sir A. JIen- detaon headed the yearling cart fillies wj'j* Buscot Fantasy, Mr F. Muntz being second Umberslade Bounce, bred by Lord JDIangattoc^' Mr Peter Stnbbs was again 10 the front in tb. class for two year old colts with Blagdon Banoefc while in the fillies Mr Tboma&'a Black Bell. sired by Hendie Baronet, defeated Mr G. B- Williams's Miss Garfield, a fine two year old tally wbo will probably be heard of again.

THE JUMPING.

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