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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.

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HUNTERS. IntheyeartinR fillies Mc Nickisson won with Success, which should some day malre a splenlid banter. The second prize went to Mrs Blockley with Princess of Wales, a fine> big, roomy filly, although a little low in the back. The tttint prize fell <0 M* ft. L. T^omaa'aiMaritana, whjph bus not samnch bone, bnt has wail-placed shoalders. The Thill judging was reversed in the two-year-old class. Mr Tatem's Penylan Orinerod, which was second at Batb, was hare placed first, beating the^Moor Grove Stud Com- piny'.i Sportsman, and Mr J. A. Mullona' Pale- facs. Polefaco waa first at Bali). Tbe tbrce- yeav-olda were not a particularly good lot. Tba judges selected Mr S. H. StokeÙ, Dorviache for first place. Dervische is a showy chestnut, and if hedoeanot make a hnntor should grow into a capital charger. Ho defented Mr Mullens' well- known Sheen, who won at Balb, and bas not often been beaten. Mr Arthur Masters' Hotspur was third, being the next best of a very moderate I balance. Wo have seen better classes of four- year-old hnnteis at Cardiff, bnt the btst was made of tbero. Mr Stokes's Ebony, a 14-stone blnck, was pluced first; he went in good form aud has more substance than the second prize winner, Mr John Draco's Klondyke. Mr Wm. O'Brien's Tiade Jealousy, an Irish bred horse, brought over from Cork to compete,wax vary wall beaten by those placed above him. In the f middle-weight huntois to carry lost, and not above 15s t, Mr John Drago bad u Rood win with tjricket Ball, wbo ia shorter in tbe leg and better in his bick ribs iban Mr Stokes'j Kiidare,who was second while be is equally as fine a goer. These are hotb hunters above tbe average. Mr A. J. Brown's Mallow, which wan second at Bnxton, was placed reserve. He is bniit somewhat more em harness lines than those placed abova him, but wasnever- theless unlucky to be beaten by the Hon. Ivor Guest's Pat, a useful stamp of hunter not over- burdened with pace. In ibe clasa for light- weight hunters In earry under 13st. Mr J Droge was first with Kletidvke, and the second prize went to Mr J. II. Stokes's Goldunint. a chestnut who galloped in groat rOf m. Perhaps tho nicest horse in the class, however, was Mr A. J. Biown's Kilwallock, a blood-like brown, fast in hiB paces, with perfect manners. In the beavy-weigbt hunters, to carry 15SE. and upwards, Mr J. H, Stokes provided the winner in Madrid, H chestnnt foar-year-old that was first at Bath. Mr J. Dr«ge was second with Carlow, a bay np to weight, but wantir.g in qua'ity, a remark which applies equally to MrJ, H. Stokes's Banker, which, however, in his gallop goes with great liberty. Messrs Msson and Brown's Luxury was well np to the stipulated weight and was placed reserve, while Colonel II, Lewis s Bill Bailey, a useful burner whbb looks like finding his way over country, WAS commended.

HACKS OR nJDING HORSES.

HEAVY HORSES.

THE JUMPING.

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