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ATRIP NORTH through Western New South Walei, starting from the Murray river, and travelling on. still north, through Queensland until the tropic is reached, would, at the present tint° —May—prove a woful and desolate pilgrimage; but it would give the traveller some idea of what
THE TURF. NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS. BEFORE discussing the Newmarket meeting, some reference must be made to the running which took place at Hurst Park on Saturday, when brilliant weather and a strong card brought a huge crowd to the Thames-side inclosure. There were half a dozen
TlTESDAY.—Breeders of blood stock who sell their yearlings annually seem to be fewer in number than they were some three or four years ago, and thus the July sales of the present week did no t b eg i n un til T uesday evening, and then the cata'ogue only included nineteen lots.
XTO PART OF THE GAME OF BRIDGE, perhaps, gives rise to more controversy than the initial lead of the band, the bow, so to speak, drawn at a venture before dummy's hand is exposed. Certainly there is no question on which more decided and more diverse expressions of opinion are wi
Ci.yug.—The Clyde fleet oP exclttsicely in crui.im:. (tile V a x i c i t t . t pi ioViv o ui l s l a 3u p n r i (v 2B at e engaged m the 23-footxr l'ynila•lnnr, Ur d. 1. Leckie, unitl t ' i s le ye l l a ie tt li e l r r a tL y S ea . r D a u g n o n . , both \Dine -designed . t