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   Edinburgh Courant (Newspaper) - September 11, 1884, Edinburgh, Midlothian                                ;GH coTHRAirr, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER n, 1884. EGYPPAND THE SOUDAN LOTHIAN KAM SALES. 21 Mr WuwD.Niinnene 414 The annual sale of the Lothian Ram Society 20 Mr Murray.Midcross- BETWEEN was commenced j csterday in a park near Colt tORT) ftORPHBROOK D THb HHEDIM3 hr.Jge The weather was exceedingly warm, and HigbwL TotaL i. a J fjUlvll IMJri.1 illiKUUlV AUEJ ls.ni.cn f Ul.ujjc Jlilo ncniiiiBi wao CMro bcpt Northbrook had an although in the earlier part of the day the buyers uulicncc i f the Kludivc this mormnfc m which were very scarce as the sale proceeded they be eturncd Lord Northbrook a ihortly afteisvirds Tin. KHEDIVE AND 1ORD 1S.ORTHBROOH S MISSION with the general fal'in the price of this class of stock .ill os r.c the country, the prices yesterday suffered a considerable reduction, which was more noticeable in second class sheep Messrs wood 0" 3 31 Mungl. Thornton, Cobbmahaw 5 lo o j, Is. HaJU 7 14 0 r t leming, Plough MrGiilespie Parkball 3 17 6 Brydftn, Barn Castlo 6 12 11 30 Mr Watson Culter allere 4 11 6 lj Mr Hamilton Wool forde 10 13 0 20. Mr Craigf, H-Rh 8 18 9 15 Mr >oyer head 913 8 7 Mr Aillcen. Listen .hielda 4 1'J 20 0 18 0 SPORTING. 30 lands Mr Murray Midcroaswood and Mcaars 44 Maasro Archibald, orrespondent flays Secretary Jus direcltd that a (final ofhcial u nijj.it liu llig inesi thr K.itdue referring tno missioa f Ljrd ftorthbrook, observed to nit. 13 Lot ismp is coming out with tho oltjc t t. good to my people, and as my iniiKipil an. ID life is in that direction. I am sure isc slull ng m measures haviug that end m view md Ian deeply giateful to the Queen for Ua.m3 sent him liio INilt, raut.Diies to fall LOUD AiND Hlh PLANS t-TAMMKD rtL-TBIM CAIRO, Sept mlSigtit) LordAV olseley khae he 1 a9 nude no plans aa >et, and aays he will require t day 01 two to look about him before de cidiug ou anytl uf THH EXPEDITION The trmsport President Garfaeld having com f lete 1 the aluppiag ol her stores, left PorUmouth yestfrday f r beypt Shortly before her ikpirturo i number f boats intent lid for im tin. Nile were towed luto harbour, aud placed (m hotm. oolwitlt nl State for U triAl of the !NiU, baits lully wjuipped an 1 loaded, sliaH take place before they leave Woolwich Yesterday tome took plate with a new life raft, wt ic i in proposed t employed far pontoon service It is in the of L tlmiblc tstrjiH1, 1 Tihcd togetl.pr and cr 'M will tlurly nieu IL was stated a1 kVie yvbteiday tliat hat been niH ior the transport to 1 jtypt of the Becni 1 400 boats, aud two fthip3 would arnvt nt for their instalments of the frciglv as sron us the Neptune and have taken tlifi departure c tcrtliy the bulk, of the medical stores for th on w .a conveyed to the Albert Docks fo erupniciit in tho B thu.bi, wliith is proposed be ret xi lie 1 a floating hospital, probably at Alex audru lIiE CANADIAN BOATMEN (SPECIAL TELEGRAM Sept 10 (Afternoon) boat neiiuh> were lie tamed it Port Arthur by th Boo U have been enabled to continue their ]ourne Montreal Ihey pwsed through this city to- .lay Another block, however, has occurred from timilar caubea at Brandon, on the Astmiboin one hundred boatmen are uow flow bound These delays may interfere with th Dtlit, al programme, according; to which all theme are to embark it Montreal on the 16th mstau on boar 1 the steamer Occau King, bouud fo Generally speaking tho quality of the blackfaced sheep was fully better tlun laat ycat, though several of the lots were not so highly fed however, IB not considered an objection, aa tups n this condition aro generally more serviceable tan 111 aoy other lu the price of second clasr ieep there waa a reduction to the extent of tei r twenty shillings per sheep Mr Melrose, of Vest rather unfortunate in being drawn rat, and his sheep were aold t onaiderable number oil the buyers armed ou tho rouud, whu.1. partly ici.oui.ts for the small aver ge realised by them Although the Messri 17 9 9 0 0 10 0 8 10 22 0 13 0 20 0 7 5 37 i- DOXCASTBR MEETING LIMERICK MEETING-SEPT 10 BKCOVD 10 I THK RAILWAY 1, Eart (a.) Buhle TIIv trr t iff PR Three nuo. _, I Fuher. Drontbeun THh ST LEGER TnK Cm2EB8 Meadow. 1. Blue 15 Sova each JO ft 5 2 Lady Ronald, 3 Thieeran. SAILED Smt 10 f. if decIartd.wiUi 200added wmiwn, extra. Straight THB RACE-Jua. 1 Fourran. ailo. _ _ .....I THE OARRYOWIS 1, East _ WiodMr d. 85 60 IM 60 40150 154 00 284100 35 15 o 6yn 9st71b 2 3. Fourrao 193150 Lord aced, 8st lllb (WattoU THB 1 2 Duke ol Beaufort K Lord btrathnairn 3 yrs bst 9lb '3 our ran. Beg.ua was awnrdea tbo r 137 50   3 camcd the wrong weight. Betting-7 to 4 on Thebaw. 4 to 1 ajptt roaslmasler. b 163 10 0 5 to I agat Lord Strathnairn LordStratbiuiini nuuio thtrunmni; with a slight lead of Thobaw, clearof Tout- 178 15 0 mwter to tho disUj.ee, where the latter joined and three cunft into the straight together. Archer 145 01 letting the inaro out at dintanco, wionmR by half length a divided the second aud third 84 0 0 1.0 BRADCATI PARK STAKES of 10 SOTS, each, h ft, with 100 Added weight for Ked House m (5 1 ABUVtD Sept 10 V Harfortl., BLOOD STOCK SALES. ---jiuiujmmu. albeit somewhat dull, moroiDg, with inucb Tvue( proved caUlotrne or catftlotfues asbutb Mr ia.ner iwUand bu partner, Mr Para.bad ring re many more buyers and lookers-on titan 10 0 GREA1 SALE AXD SHOW ftF RAMS AT PERTH Yesterday Messrs Macdonald, Eraser, Co. held their annual sale and show of Leicester wwl Shropshire Down shearling rams The Dumber of animals uiUiogaed so exceeded tliose of any pro vioua year tliat the and gimmers usually Bold at this sale bad to be postponed till the 19th The number of animal a euterea for the taluaule prizes ottered by Mesaia Macdonald, 1 rater Co WHS Urge, while the animals for ward were of a very superior quality The were Mr Smth. Caetlematns, Haddington and Mr Fleming Carmutn, Denny For hvans, Utfinghara, Shrews bury Itairawards were aa follow I en 01 Ton i Stearlma 1 (fiilvet um) tlittrarlof Dalhousio 2 medal) Mr W Pictsonhill Beat PCQ of Ten Down ShearlmK (sliver cup) Mr NrJ Mr Leferres Radteuse, 2 yrs. Get lllb cTomlmson) 3 Sir s Bodwe. 2 yrs fiat lllb (Owner) 0 BettmR to 4 on Tho Wrrinn 6 to 4 Insigmii, and 100 to 8 agst tho Insiema made the run nlng to tho dwunre where Wrelun joined issue, winning by a b ad Bwlteuse was bad third Tho ST LtGLU bl AKES of S5 SOTS, each, for three- oldb, eolt" 8st lllb. Old St Leger Pourae (about 1 nti e 6 (uriougs and 132 Mr R C. Vyner's Umbkin, by y In fi ne, and some keen competition took ptace, ana. H _jjearty gt (a.) r return will show good pnees were realised. Liverpool-Ethiopia MR TATTiItSALL B CATALOCCI. I Bono Tan colt lOOgs-.MrJ Low Landmark colt, USgs.,  y Mr Brydon. Burocastle, while tbe other went to )riinturt bkye In the next few lots tbe neis. receded averigfd from i5 to uo double appearing until the seventh Int. from Mr ireenshietds VV eat Town, was reached The premier ram in tt in consixnnieut went to Mr fcteraon, Carmacoup, tor In the next lot which belonged to Mr Lmton, Gleiirath, ai avenge of 17s 3d wa-i reached flie highest price received was i.19 for a very superior ibcep with good awbatanco and an elegant i (won Woolmct Tlie lirst prue Loiceater sheep were very highly ed and equal all The second nnze ere alro very high condition and ftll big iala Hie quality of Shropshires foiwartt never letter the first prize suimals being very iiKhly bred, th? owner giving for 40 ist year, and has been known to give from to .tSO lor rams from Mm too, Maasell, and others Lhe sale started about 10 with both Letcesters and bhropshircs The attendance ot buyers not sohrgeaam some form-r years, And prices all over receded from 11, 10s to per head on those of laat sued sheep for hill ciossinfi aeemed to be moot wauted, big fat sheep lieiug a slow sale Inferior sheep were a very stiff shzpi The whole of this lot were re OFFICE FOR EGYPT The Post Office volunteers who, after the Egyptian campaign of 1SS2, were attaobed to the firtit class army reaerve, hare received notice- tbat tliej M ill toft medically examined tbis week to then iitncaa for Hervice with the Nile expedt lonary force It is understood, however, that bnly tweUe men will be required, ami they will bo attacked to the Field Telcgrapo Corps THE OF THE BRITISH TROOPS. TIMES TELEGRAM CAIRO, Sept 9 is advisable to dutrost exaggerated reports aa to the state of health of tbe troops in tlie bond an, but I regret to tnnonnce that typhoid has appeared m thi Yorkshire Keg.meut at Kamteh equal, showiug pooil square btcks and neat iitads Mr Mairay, Mulcrosswood, gained a fur average, showing au increase on last year o: 5s Id The highest price attaiued in this lot was for an by Murrvy t for symmetry and quality coult hardly besurpaased He waa the same age as the rest of tho lot, bat smaller m appearance, on ac count of his being unfed Messrs Muogle i Thornton e consignment wero a small bu meritorious lot, the highest price reached beiuj which waa paid by Mr J M Glenquittch The average he attained was 16s 5d, as compared with 15s lost year, bu although thia shows a considerable falling off, th  ho fell ill after arriving here and were placed in the lazaretto a short distance from tins city At Uche yesterday there were IS cases Df cholera nnd four (leatha at eight cases and tnrcc ileatns, and at Monforte one death At Totrea de Segre, m the province of Lenda, a person haa died from cholera, though the bulletin describes the case aa auspicious ill uesn 'Iwo freah canea of cholera occurred at Balsguer Ihe Iviug leaves to day for La Itrauja PRECAUTIONS AT MALTA A Lloyd s telegram from Malta, dated ednes day evening says a liovernmeut notice orders that vessels from ports in Continental Italy, and the French and Spanish Mediterranean ports, ehall not be admitted into the harbour this lot, which wai ADtmal, was bought Mr Brjrdoo. Burncaatle, for IQ the (here were many larger animals bat tho one that topped the list waa possessed of several remark, ably good qualities none tlie least of which was that he had been sired by an Overshiels ram Ihe ram which sold highost in tbe consignment from Mr Craig, High Ploughlands weut to Mr ClarV. Ayrshire, for and the highest m that of Mr Foyer, Knowehead. was bought by Colonel Malcolm 1'oltollocli, for When the Over shiels stock was reached tlie prices already paid v.ere totally eclipaed Ihcy wero the most uniform lot ever shown by the firm, aud, as already atated. although they were placed at tht. end of the llsc a great number of the buyers re mamed, and the result was a first-rate sale, aud the highest aterage ever obtained for tups in Edinburgh Ihe highest priced sheep ou the ground wan bought by Mr Buchanan, Let ttr for Una animal Mas possessed of a very deep, wide frame, with fine quarters and ver> good wool Three were sold for oue of Mr Spiers of Culdees Mr Key, Ballendrkk Mr Bothune of Blaoo Mr Carnegie of Kimblethmont Mr Balgavies Mr Term, Do lo 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 8 0 213 0 100 4 10 0 2 17 6 050 i 17 6 4 9 2 4 6 1 2 17 6 3 11 2 11 I I1CK5TER SUEaRLINQ Mr Gnnger I'ltcur Jt5 0 0 Mr Gtnkic iUI lowrm 10 0 Mr G nlj Balcaniuhal 11 0 0 MraOoodlet BoMan 11 10 0 DalLeitli Park SOD The bur) of Dalhouate Panmure45 0 0 Mr Hamilton Dcnmarktield 5 J 10 0 5 9 1 2 17 o 350 13 0 3 IS 3 6 15 1 763 KHE BELGIAN EDUCATION BILL. which went to the Duko of and another Meaant t Mr sbiell e Mr Crawfor I 5 0 u 0 O 4 0 Messrs M Olailian !i 0 Vitcount gtrathallan of btrath 400 4 10 0 II 0 300 li, U 0 i> r. o 700 4 10 0 2 li 0 451 11 15 11 4 11 i 476 I) 4 7 4 1 8 3 14 4 7 lo 2 apst Scot Flee 5 to 1 each bi Jteuben and Superba, 6 to 1 agst Harvester, 8 to agst Lambkin. 12 to 1 aRit Queen Adelaide, li to KSt Catflbusmore, 18 to i scat Cormeillc 40 to 1 aga uidimy, 50 u 1 agat Hermitage, 100 to 1 th ibera KJOS. Tae lot wc.ro weiKbed out m txcolarit time, t ook their preliminary canter and pari le before reach nz tbe post Several bre tka away occurred beforr th. start Tho flag fell at 3 23 Catnbuamore Superba and Scot Free bwinfc tbo brat t show m front.but alter KOIIII; a ebort diatance Hermi age rushed to the front and Harvester drew forward Boncaster Cup bringing up the roar Going over llll for tbo far side Hermitage and Supiirha were nrs and second clea- of Tke UmbLln CormMlle, Ha veater and Sir Reuben, bcot r rue and Sauaiwny bem at their heels and they pioceedvd towards t] rlflo butts, where Gllos took Corrcellle to tl front, and Superba dwpped bock irto th sixth place, shortly after which Somerton, Sco Free and Harvester also "ay, and befo tba bend was reached Cormeill. tetirad when Lam km m the centre of the course took up the ruonin with Undiway and Superba on his right and leit bu altaough he swerved verv much acrosa tbe course tbe failed to rsacb bin and Watts, for tbe second year BucceaHou. landed amidst mud cheers Loimbkin winner by a length, buperba nnlibed third three parts of a length m tho rear of Sandiway followed b Sir Reuben Queen Adelaide Hermitage, Cambuataor. Harvester, Scot Frso. Royal hern Cernwule, am1 Somerton with Doncaster Cup walklne m with th crowd. Time 3 rains sees. WINNERS OF THfc ST Yur Wlantr Slarun Jocsej Mr Men? s Sanbesoi 10 L 1600 Lord Allesbnr; s et Alhaos 16 L. Mr W I tuna Caller On 18 T Cbalonu 1864 Mr 8 Dawke s The alaiqula 11 T Cbaloner 1863 LerdBt VlnceBtaLontCuldea 10 J Oabonte 186i Hr 1 Anion s Blair Athol 10 J bnowtlcn. 1865 Count d. aGUdUtaar 14 U Grinaluw. 18.6 Mr Sullon a Lord LjrOB 11 CnsUace Colonel Punon s Achievement 12 T Chalonar 186a Mr Graham a rormois U T Cbaloser J8.3 3 Hawlay Pero 11 Welli Mr T V Mortag a Hanlheniden 19 J brlmahaw 1ST1 Bsrea Eotbichlld a Hanaab 10 Haldmeal 1872 Lord Wilton I Wenlotk 17 Ualdnuot lbT3 Mr Merry a Maria smart S T I 1474 Mr La indt a Apolotjr 13 aOibome 1S75 Mr W Cwrtur.1 B cralffmilUr IS T Chaloner 1876 Pelmt-b _ 0 J Coiur Lrtfd 14 F Archer 1378 Lord ralmouthi Jannetttf 14 f trrber Count F Karon d Or 17 J Guatar 18SO Mr Brewer a Koben lae Devil 12 cannon US1 Mr P Lorulard a IroquoU 15 t Archer US! Lori ralmoatb a Dutch Oven 14 F Archer 1SS3 liile of Hamlltum Onion t) J V.alU 1684 Mr Vyaera L-imbkln IS J I general (i (a.) Hoi lctor Conatopher Columbus.______ Geneva Gneraon Dundwr, dlnand (a Lafe r redencia, cod _ Leeuoln Kica, Peden OWn Demerara, n tke attendance jerterday a tttff lomo conpenuon Wok piace. and. u OLASGOW ARRIVKD B Star of Victory, lOOgv Mr Hungerford, Dawaon Thaddeua. 140gs, Mr Manmngton ose.-Ogk Mr Nightingale Star of Vi r Morfon, OdySey ally, ISOgs.. Mr ovara hlly, 200gs., Mr Dawson, Devil Stud isiater to St George lOOga. Mr Bar bkelgate Maid colt lOSgs.. Mr Cannon Italian LIST ai from Glasgow, at S Philadelphia, at Glasgow from Gothenburg at Glasi.01 Christie, from Glasgow a.. Mr Greenhall, Reechs filly, IMIja Mr James from Bonnie Warden colt. Mr Jackson l worp 9 _ Hawthorn colt Mr S. Darling, Sweet lolet colt. 450gs. Mr Sherrsrd, Orlando colt BSOga Mr S BarhnR Kuhlag colt UOgs Mr tevens, Schoolgirl colt. SSgs., Mr Hayhoe Fink horn coll, 420gi Mr John Dawson, Obelisk colt, 20gs., Mr Shenrard, Compton Law colt lOOgi, r Davenport Handley, Nameless colt, jOUga.. Mr orter Lady Margaret colt 60ga. Mr T h. Whit, tady colt, Mr Gerard, at Rotterdam Gentle from Grs dam, Sept. h nan Melbourne Sept. 8-Guli ot papu u from Singapore at Bangkok MastOTton leu vama (s from tavcrpflo i Somerset (s from Ix ndrr f re colt, iar Unknown Bllj, Urn, -C uthi MII f Mr J Hammond Lethargy 'Op ,.Mr _Lo-hSloj Horoo Ir Nubian coll Mr Bevil Uygela Ully Mr Join DawaSn Sylvan, 430g. Lord TJtof., Lolonel lorreater. Treason, Albanian 2iOgs., Lord Rossmore, Palicui JOgs., Mr Morton Evergreen LordBosamore Tangle WOtf Mr W Lowe Rosewood 350ga., Mr Morton, Inaecision colt, 400gs., Nr Shorwood leredon colt, Kr NishtinKslo, Blackmail hlly VM OKieral O William.. Hatty colt. SOgs. Mr While ZltiL 'olt, gs Mr 1 Anson Ooddejs coil. 20ns., General 0 Will ams, Disuvery hlly, 20as Williamson Sandal coll 250gs., Mr Uavenport bandlev blu. Sept. bay, ptuuea SUI a, Bombav f i London u v f Queen of 'onnant colt, Mr Walkoi >iamonds colt, ISOgs.. Mr G Pnnce UB FAIV S CaTaLCtGCB. Sapphire 2lga Mr Parker Sea col', SOya, Mr Mil Little Nell hlly, Mr W Jams Wil ulfilh MrC Archer MrsGlilam ftlly Jags., Mr Burton Mdi 1 ij Mr Hunt, Reservation Mfc-s. Mr Wood colt, aOOgs rfr Crowtfcer Hamson bimrnj colt, 700ss Mr T Green Uttto colt Mr bandemon Query colt. 125ga l, Activity 6--Ogs., Mr Mungertord Propn uity nily 15Ki Mr Brackehaw, Fnvolity blif, Mr loan Osborne Area Bello 1 Mr H Wood Lady Luna nlly J90gfc Ml tlnott Madeline bllr. 1UU0s Mr John Porter Creeping Jane colt 43gn Mr f Weldon Contrivance nlly t Galle at Calcutu Glasgow and Liv 9 ALUV LIXE VmEMEM -A Glasgow at Lostofl ?ow for BoM-oa, ANCHOR LINK Said for t ilcutu. t Etcwpuu e York atGltsgov. Sip 1 Devoaa a ROW, at Si aw ork bep MAIL AXD tfnm Lt BDIFF, Scj t 10 Tbo nt >ft 'i 01 b. (by CaW 5. Gaa Saielda, and the Frvncn have arrived here BALTIMORE (by Cable) st Habtburg frorc Brenieu ana i frnm Bona, amved QriBtc (by fable) Tae s_ Shields, has arnved. ADEf bept 10 Tue Maintenance st. Seme, tor London kri CiKDirr bcpt The bay forbuez snlar Mr Glover colt, JOg. Mr Craw Parvenu 'A SopL J-Ih. Pennsu colt iigs MrJouslffe Relief colt Mr Cunning leftto-oav ham Ink Oily. Mr T Stevens, Brenton colt I ...p. _The oOirs Mr Wood sunBower filly, 40gs MrJousirlo >t rmbav for Austra la left today MiUrace hlly, 40en. Ferooa, Mr t s IJ-TbeOoi T Cannon, Kate Gresnaway 35gj Mr Cunniof Caml i.ort.m0uth leit For __ bam Suakim, IBOija, Mr Taylor Glecfallocb from Locus.] MrVyner Ibe others were not sold A.NCUSQ W Tal EsE Dunng the psat week or the has cinllnucd and takes have consequently been araall but tho river was m flood on Sundav. and anglers now hope to have a very successful Mason for ralmon li lung "u account of the ary season trout nx i Ix-cn so lucccsaful thia as in prow is tli u.h a goodly number of whiting are in tie ito t, i_nada lefl lo-daj Mondsv Mr (.eorge kid 3 beautiful loib 10 u.h with tin By Mr Thomas Allico. Langholm, haa had aa llelb tab in nvcd atPortsail The Aucasi liiaiabeix the L Sim lie irelici a. cL. st, BnuujM-from a rfvo] M Tan Tij hi-.Hiies the Caledonia, from Tcasai uui the Bedouin St. Snmoon; arrixvi at buez. ILP MAlaO, Sept. S PitSer.1 fr o I iverpool, 10 tie Skippers' Pool in the upper water.. allai Captain D in las of Dunira. Mr M I can B-ilnello Mr Christie Klncll KcUtonehlll (20) bunn Bide 111) U.Hib luk Miltou (0) 3 13 9 4 J 4 17 10 2 10 0 850 669 4 18 0 400 13 0 GOLF. ST AIDaiwv-LaEltS GOLT Cut aillmm u" competition amongst tbe members of thw cnli f r llie cold medal and Douglas cross held yeoterdaj ifMrnoon. There was a brilliant turnon botu ui liaMn and as excelled- b Svouren th. procoeduxga tb. gatberuig wob un qualified suicess The la complete list of corapetitora II.K Mm M lurner and Mus Milly Eothune. Mrs Nicholson and Mlo Humo Maclei I Mrs John Dundca and Miss L. H Haclecd Bethune and Jlias L T Bootho) Miss Balllio and MIBS OramLCr Duff and Annie Mri Belhune and Mus L Bethune Mrs Patton and Miss Mabel smith. Miss t Turner and bcott Miss Tows, and Mw B Towie Antwerp tne loda K. d u 01 M-uaasar, passfvl ij-dal s i ipehu, from L Lt-luwi 3 Stpt i 1 khe avexbru, uoiji ti Jot 3h4n-. 10-Tic l-unr "S rk, a ifci The MiLTOf STAKES of 10 bova. each, b ft with JOO added for age, with selling allowances Five furloDcs yn Sit lllb (Archer) 1 8at (Snowden) 2 oat Tib (Cannon) 3 (C 0 iPlatt) 0 Mr Browns Lady Vnnifred 2 vn, lllb (Hicham) 0 Mr I Lambtona Poor 1 him; MrT bwven. Jnna. Pebble 4 >i MrArdensPann. 3 yra Sat -Ib Mr Gaunt a tilsela, 4 yw, ost 7lb ela, 4 dy W Mr s Ceenbam 2 yra, 71b (Martm> 0 to MrT M'Mino, Wellwooil Muirkirk Both of these animals were fauely fleeced, compact, and hardy.showinK good quartcrs.grand substance and an uncommonly tine claaa of wool Ihe third was not quite such a faultless animal, but nevertheless showed a grand Qeecc and n nice open dark face lie bought by Mr Buchanan. Letter 1 he beat of the Ovcrshiels stock went as follow Maiwell, Campbeltown, Mr HarkoMS 1J7 MiT Jinnmg'a Pink May .'vre ft Belting to 4 on fciue 11 7 to 1 agst Pebble, 8 to 1 as" W lo 1 apt Poor Thing, and 20 to 1 the others. after a sood race oy a length and a lialf three parta of a length divided the second The winner was aold to Mr R. Peck for BKHS.IBLS, Sept 10 (Evening) tens on of feeling caused to the clerical policy of the Mima try is kept up The education question la still unsettled Ihe Ministerial Education Bill haa to day passed through ita final in the bhnate the numbers in the division being 40 in Its favour, and it The loyal assent is sow all that is needed for the measure to become law, and the King s decision in the matter is anxiously awaited by its friends and opponents .like. Mr Murray Midcroaswood Mr M Dougall Clytlie, Mr Wat-on, Culteralkra, aud Mr Thorn, Peebles, 120 The show of Cheviots waa of a very good quality, and realised fair prices, the infenor class being bought for the butchei Tho bigher class fetched prices fully as good as they have done for the laat two or three years Mr John stone, Archbank, reached the highest average in this class, and was closely followed by Mr Little. Ronghlakc The premier mm, which was a splendid specimen of tbo breed, was bought by Mr Brydeo, Kennelhead, for JM7 Captain Black, Kailztc, bought the best in Mr Little's consignment for which was a rather higher price than waa received by tbat gentleman last year The average price attained liy the lot sent in by Sir Graham Montgomery, btobo was 17s lid, showing a decrease of II, 7s Id on last year Mr M Kerrow Borelaud Mr Johnston Whitfield and Mr Penmau, Bonaly aho made several good sales with their consignments 1 he following is a detaJed list of the prices lCKLlNG-mlRi a few inter ruptioiia by alight thunder showers, the weather of the pant wetk lias been very favourable for cutting the crops au 1 for general harvest opera tiuns which aro uow well advanced While wheat aud beans are proving of fair bull., barley ind oats arc mui.li lighter than was anticipated On eon 1 dr> easy land they have cut up well, but ou stiff clayey larae land they are very mdced m many casrs miserably small A con siderable portion of early cut wheat has already been sutured in stack in fair condition, as well as barley m the dryneld, but there is a waut of slurp Wluds latterly for putting the gram in thorough condition The weather is suit very mild for the season of tho year, but very favourable for the turnip crop, which has made rapid progress of late They will, however, not reach an average except on eaay turniping soils, where they give great pro tniae of a large crop The grain of all kindi of cropa is plump and of superior quality, hut will be deBcieut m quantity from what waa expected, wheat perhaps, coming nearest the first estimate Pastures continue green and an I third Tho TilTBRSaLl, SALI SliWEl of 20 Sovs each two >car old and allowanc ,0ft, Colonel Forester a liliu Ssl'JIb Lord Hastloga s Banujcs Sat lOlb Mr Lefevrei Hautalue Mt bib and only if dec oreu with 500 Sova. added, for lts, 9st tillies Sat lllb penalties (Wood) 1 (b. Loatea) 2 Mias Lyon Playfair and Ldith Phjfsir Hiss HalJnns and Mias 1 Haldine Mias Maude ItouUaa and MPM N Oor Ion Miss Mary bimnou and MIPS Miss and Miss rice Hume Mra Harriott and F II idc-- Mrs Henderson and Mrs V. .vc Mus Inglisond Miss Maude 1) ilf Mra James and Miss Miss Balfour aud M 13 r filias Edith Caaaon and Mabel Paaaon Mrs Hull and Mrs A i I Mias Honey and M 4 U MlssHsrnsandMi.'T Miss Margaret Bohcrl Mias Henry and Mus Henderaon and Miaa E J R n Mra Everard and Uootbbv Mrs K Simaon an 1 Miss fcv; Ura Hams and I r clue f r clj i Linn i I til h 0.1 Montcomprv 1 1 Mi-s M u on Henrv Seten furlunga Mr Mainley s Cora, (lit 111. Mr Manton R Lucebit. ylb Mr s llrannglan Queen 8st lllD (Watts) 1 MrC Archers famwortb Mb (J Osborne) 0 (Cannon) 0 (Archer) 0 (Wainwnght) 0 Betting to S Cora 4 to 1 agst Lucebit, 6 to 1 each agst Barnacles and TLunngian Queen, aud 10 to 1 agat othcra Won by two lengths The KUrTOSD AUBKV STAfcJis (Handicap) of 5 Sovs. each with 100 added winners extra. Three tuarters of a mile MrJ CharltonsBretwalda 3 yrs, ost (F Barrett) 1 Mr F Morton s Dalmenv, 4 yrs Sat Mr Drulanos Jano fchore, 3 yn, lllb <0 Sir Arden s Glen Albvn. 6 yra, lOat (C Loatea) 0 MrNnylor-aVillaeefioj 6 yrs Sst 41b. 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