Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-19


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NOTES OF THE TURF. i Hurler lackey Clarence Oliver is now on the I a stage. lebert Daries and Charles Millar, of Toronto. J have gone ;o Jamaica for a iviuple of months holi- J • lav Mi- Millar has abandoned bis plan for es- tabiishing a race course at Kingston, the center J of popatatlon on the island, though lie neat engineer C W. Leaflet down from New York to lay out a lilac last spring. Mr Millar has extensive real ■ estate holdings iii Jamaica. A ereeaaV to reform and to leave New York citv obtained for R rover Cleveland fuller, once a noted ; .inkey. his freedom under suspended sentence when arraigned Friday in the Court of General Sessions * for snatching a man- watch and chain in a Broad- , war cafe. He agreed lo go to liicago to join his J parents, who wore a letter asking clemency-. Fill- ler long ago dissipated the large amount of monev that he earned while at the height of his success : in the saddle

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