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At Head Office or from an agent bny a ticket today in ft The MARCH (No 12) | Charities Consultation ? Don't 'March' Past £1,000. I Prize Money Totals £5,000. Tickets 2/6 ea. 1 Two 2/6's will each win £1,000 I CLOSING IN PERTH ON MARCH 24. R EASTER TROTTING CUR Bill Moloney, Reg., W.A.T.A. 90 Murray-street. Tel. B6342, B7254. 177 Beaufort-street. ' Tel. B2523, B2035. Quotes the following, prices — Any Amount:— 33— Harry Roy . . . scr. bhd. bhd. 33— Metro Boy . . . scr. 14-r-Arab. Chief ? 18 s 50— Lulu Knight ... 42 25 — Golden Gaby . scr. 50— Vida Stretta ... IS . 33 — Siam's Beauty . . 42 33— Amorel ? scr. 50— Monty Blue ... 24 20— Glad Lily ... 42 bhd. 25— Kateson .... 24 25— Northwood Lady' 42 33— Nazimova .... 6 14— Brilliant Major . 24 20— Ben Huon ... 42 25— Idol Bits ... 6 25— Temple Court . . 24 ' 33— Namoi King . . 54 33— Bess Derby ... 6 20— Firebrand ... 24 33— Myrtle Queen . . 54 20— Pietre Dudley . 6 ? 25— Armatree P'cess 24 33— Sir Marvin ... 54 50— Doris Derby . . 0 50— Glen Brick ... 24 10— Nancywood ... 54 25— Seattle ? 6 16— Peterson ? 24 33— Golden Charm . 60 20— Vpn Sheik ... 12 50— Bell Harold . . 30 20— General Mavista 60 14— Glen Willow . . 12 20— Prince Loloma . 30 50— Don Gale ... 60 12— Royal Peter . . 12 25— Arthur Royal . . 30 25— Lulureen .... 66 50— Roy Bells ... 12 25— Admiral's Child 30 33— Con Derby ... 66 60— Edward Donald 12 25— Trenand . . . . 30 25— My Chum . . . . 66 7— Bedouin Lady . . 12 25— Frank Derby . . 36 50— Wilfred ..... 66 33— Idol Poko . . 12 33— Jenny Alto ... 36 33— Tommy Dillon . 66 25— My Pal ? 18 60— Rona ? 42 33— Huon Pic .... 72 10— Altril ? 18 33— Alice Myrtle . . 42 20— Dillon Huon ... 78 14— Black Sound ? ? 18 7— Myrtle Bronte . 42 33— Adonaldson . . . 114 QUARTER ODDS PLACE. Subject to Market Alterations. Thoroughbred Yearling Sales WiU be held at Sydney, N.S;W. TUESDAY .. ? APRIL 3. THURSDAY ? APRIL 5. FRIDAY .. ? ..APRIL 6. 492 Yearlings by the following sires, will be offered: — Air Balloon (imp.), Backwood (imp.), Baralong (imp.). Beau Fils (imp.). Blue Flame (imp.). Bold and Bad (imp.), Bonnement -imp.). Brazen (imp.), Bullhead (imp.), The Buzzard (imp.), Caledon (imp.). Captain Blood (imp.). Caravel (imp.), Cistercian (imp.), Constant Son (imp.), Dark Fox (imp ), Diacquenod (imp.), Dignity (imp.), Doric (imp.), Dunnottar (imp.). El Cacique (imp.), Ethiopian (imp.). Excitement (imp.). Fernkloof (iinp.). Grand Joy (imp.), Great Barrier (imp.). Grosvenor (imp.), Highfield (imp.). Heroic, High Art (imp.), Inchaquire (imp.). King Val, Legionnaire (imp.). Magpie (imp.). Mar«rh Along (imp.), MarconiRrara (imp.), Moabite (imp.), Ornamentation (imp.), Pan theon (imp.), Rampion, Rivoii, Rionscupfimp.), Roger de Busli (imp.), Rosewing (imp.), Rossendale (imp.), Ruffler (imp ). Seremond (imp.), Silvius (imp.), Sion, Snowfire (imp.), Spearhead (imp.), Spelthorne (imp.), St.. Spasn (imp.), Sun Cure (imp.), Tarquin (imp.), Tippler imp.), Tomatin (imp.), Treclare (imp.), The Verderer (imp.), William the Silent (imp.). The Wooden Horse (imp.). Catalogues on Application. . ? WILLIAM INGLIS & SON, LTD., Bloodstock Salesmen, 28 O'Conn'ell-street, Sydney. An Added Attraction for Investors in the No. 12 CHARITIES CONSULTATION. Once more, to people who buy their tickets at the Head Office of the Commis sion, or from an agent who forwards the butts in time, the Lotteries Commission is offering two special prizes of £ 10 and £5. The only tickets eligible for this sec ond special draw are those of which the butts are in the hands of the Secretary by 5 p.m. next Friday. These special prizes are something extra. They are an added attraction to the No. 12 Charities Consultation, in which the prize money is £5,000. R. K. BUSCOMBE, Secretary. St. George's House, St. George's-ter., Perth. ON FRIDAY NEXT ? FRIDAY NEXT ? — - FRIDAY NEXT SPORTS PROMOTERS, LTD., will once more present a gigantic programme of WRESTLING — BOXING — AND - M4JSIC For the entertainment of their numerous patrons AT THE LUXOR THEATRE STADIUM The promoters introduce two great wrestlers who meet as opponents for the first time. ALEX. LUNDYN v. PADDY NILAN. BOXING: TINY NICHOLLS v. ROY McFARLANE, 6 Rounds; Jack McGowan T. Neil Brown, 4 Rounds; George Nelson v. Boyo Bradley, 4 rounds. Orchestral interludes as usual by Fred Nice and his Band. PRICES AS USUAL. Book seats at J. Gleeson's, Hay-street. A FEAST OF PLEASURE ? AT TEE LUXOR, ? FRIDAY NEXT ? FRIDAY NEXT. f

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