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Albury Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Albury, New South Wales Auctioneer advertisements new zealand loan and Mer Cantile Agency co., Ltd. 1 Wool brokers Stock and station agents Albury. Auction sales of Stock at Albury and Wodonga Iltem ate tuesdays. Alao a How Ion and Walla Wall month la. A sofa for a All Coopers dts Etc. Malt Hoid Roo Jung Ami wind. Max Walt. Dts Flop agent. W. Weisner Home land and estate agent. Has properties for 8ale. Addrener Harrington Street Albury. J3l aits so auctioneers auction Sale of household i a _ ? o 17i�_�? in i rum ure al directs to Day to Day. At 2 . Alf. Michell and co. Hava received instructions from mrs k. A. Pike to sell by Public auction at her residence waa Nanga Terrace Macaulay Street the whole of her Superior household furniture and furnishings. Me Cave /3aaacses Freehold securely our fenced wire netted subdivided 4 paddocks watered by Good dams 2 roomed Louse stable machinery shed drafting Yards s00 acres cleared for plough 200 acres Yankey grabbed bal Ance rung and picked up 8 from Post office. £8 10/ per acre. Also 52 acres fenced Homestead and out buildings watered by tanks 4 Miles. £13 per acre. Particulars a. Alf. Michell ? auctioneer and estate agent Dean Street Albury notice t hereby withdraw All my parties for Sale from All agents. E. W. Hamilton Fallon St., Albury. 21/6/20. J. F. Nagle late . Justices buildings upstairs Albury. House. Land estate and general com Mission agent. Houses land and farms for Sale Risu Rances effected Loans negotiated auction sales conducted. Prompt re urns. Correspondence invited. An Ideal country Home. To acres land subdivided into 5 c paddocks Well watered 3% Miles from Albury splendid Brick House water and Telephone on and All modern conveniences stables Eow Yards and All Nee Saary outbuildings. This is something special and the Price is right at �1850. Terms can be arranged. For further Par to �t1fs apply j. Of Nagle Iii Ity Salesman Dean St.,Albury. A. C. Buchan and co auctioneers. Stock and station agents land Valuer. C u i c a i 2 h. Agents for a Fane Erh fend settlers co operative insurance co. Ltd., Gibbs Bright and co., Sulphide super. Honc no. 1. Private phone no. 22 Stock lists on application. Albury auction Mart. R. H. Carter auctioneer conducts poultry and produce ales at the Mart ever7 Friday it 2.30 . Also conducts outside Clearing sales of furniture a. Selling charge 5 per cent for outside ales. Prompt settlements. I Yates & Thompson auctioneers Stock and land salesmen hefty . Clearing sales conducted in any part of the District. A Tona pm state 17 orca 83. For private Sale 4 roomed House Kitchen Eastlu room Etc. £485. Arthur g. Colquhoun and co., agents. Phone 112. Dean Street. Albury. Something Choice in farms near howling 173 acres subdivided 9 sheep proof paddocks 60 acres now under crop 16 Miles from Albury 12 Miles from Brock Lesby 2 Miles school and . Fronting permanent Creek every Inch of this land can be irrigated water Supply unfailing. 5 roomed Brick residence ail necessary out Sheds and 2 acres Orchard. Don t fail to inspect. A snap at �16 per acre. Bert Jack estate agent next mail office. Dean St., Albury. W. H. Voss late 21st battalion . Wheat buyer and general commission agent Burrum buttock. Agent for All kinds of Massey har Ris machinery Binder twine and Oil. Duplicates in Stock. Mount Lyell manures Etc. Phone 14. Evans Langlands auctioneer Stock station and commission agents Wangaratta a Oahu & Myrtleford. Land Salea and valuations a speciality or. D. Langlands. Sworn Valuer. Agents for victorian insurance co., Cooper sheep dip Ajaj. Society. For private Sale. Several residential properties and building allotments in Good positions. Norman and Heath Albury. W. H. Dorm ton auctioneer. Cuica.i2h. Agent for Jas. Max it and co a Machin Ery Phoenix insurance co. Auctioneers advertisements. Bullocks Corryong Market Friday june 25, 1920. 1 o clock. Moore and Dat Fly will hold their monthly Market at sorry Ong on above Date when in addition to their Ordinary Yarding of fat and St re cattle they will sell on account a i messes Mcphie Bros Cooma. 170 4, 5 and 6-year-old Bullocks a Cateon bred All one Brand Well grown and in Forward condition. These Are a. Magnificent lot of Bullox Krand will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Moore and Davis. Auctioneers al Bury. B Yyi s Don t hesitate if you Reaby desire a Quick Sale Send particulars of your Perty to Thos. B. Knappett property Salesman. If you Are wanting a Home Etc., see me first. Insure your property Etc., with the . Insurance office of Australia. Office a Kiowa St. Opp. Albury club aft mry. Call or write. Watts Turnbull and co. Stock station. Land estate financial insurance. & com Mission agents. Head office 3enalla. Branches a Wangaratta Rutherglen Violet town euros mansfield., and Mel Bourne. Hot a s auctioneer and sworn Valuer. M. Raguere. Manager Wangaratta & earlier Glen. Ioney to lend in Large and Small sums it lowest rates of interest c. J. Mcdonald duct to Nier land ? t0ok, and j general commission agent. J j age ill for All kinds of agricultural machinery. Local representative for tar j Sera and graziers of operative Grain and Agency Ltd. Stock Lista on application. Farms for j a Alc in the District. Easy term can be j arranged. Wheat scrip . I Tel Euborn no. ? j i or. L e. Clenzie ? i veterinary surgeon f phone 6s f i i y Globe hotel. Albury. Fit j l Taverney. A so in or. A. G coi Quinoa p Oise an4 Saak of n.8.w. Newt Sirc 1 d32an Ste est Alison ?. George Edwards dental surgeon specialises in Gold work and a to Ling sind pm is in it attends in a surgical 3lechfijiie4i worx. Teeth fitted when other Den Fritiz fail. Old plates made equal to new. To a Lnla extractions to to St Mobeen methods Deai St ajjbu8.y. P. J. Nichols . Syd 486 Swift St., Albury. Next to q. Dalus Telephone 330. Tooth talk no. 9. The sorrows of parting Are lessened by or. W. J. Donegan dentist Raheen Olie St., Albury. Who will extract your Teeth without pain and you will have no bad after effects. Nest or. Kennedy s. John Wilkinson son Croil of the supreme court of n.8.w. And Victoria and High court of Australia. Albury and Wodonga. Commissioner Tor affidavits for All the australian states and new zealand and High court of Australia a or new South Wales and Victoris. John Buchli Ananij solicitor & commissioner for affidavits for . Ctol Cairn. Visits Walla Walla every a londay. A Bury school of music h. D. Tracy principal. Piato sing to haem0n1. Next term begins a monday april 26. Temporary address a Mitchell St., Albury. Commercial. Live Stock. A Elbourne. Tuesday. Fat for the fat sheep sales to Day at Newmarket the Yarding was approximately 31,650 259% trucks and 5700 by Road about 1250 fewer than last tuesday. There was a Scarcity of prime crossbred Wethers and ewes. The bulk of those penned ranged from useful Fleshy and fresh condition lots Down to stores a Good proportion of the latter being ewes of All grades. Among the Merino Wethers there were some Good to prime Quality with extra Good skins. Only Odd lots of Merino ewes were offering. The sales opened with some fair runs for use Ful to Good Quality crossbred Wethers and ewes. The Trade attendance was Good and there was also a number of graziers. ? up to noon there was a brisk demand by the Trade for All a grades of suitable Trade sheep at prices barely equal to the extreme rates of i ast bunday. Graziers competed freely for All the Best Woolley Young Wethers but for aged ewes and inferior Wethers the demand was not so Good. Fou Owenjr Are approximate aver atre prices a la. Exclusive of skin and offal a Good to prime Mutton irrespective of sex ranged from so. To 9d. Odd extra Choice Wethers to 9�d. Useful Fleshy shop grades 7%d. To 8d., according to sex freshness and substance. Fat lambs. A out of an approximate total of 12.8s0 90 trucks Jed 2440 by Road of Fennis penned of. Newmarket to Day there was Only a Small percentage of Good shop grades primp Quality were scarce. All grades of stores and turning out sorts from stunted poorly grown thin lots to Early shorn lengthy Staple robust framed and fresh condition drafts were represented. Up to noon All suit Able for Trade purposes were keenly competed for at fully equal to fridays rates and As graziers were freely competing for All Well Woolley fresh growth lots the Market taken All round was Fol lowing Are approximate average Price a la. Exclusive of skin and offal a Good to prime Quality Lamb 9d. To 10d. Odd extra Choice Light weight higher fresh flesh v grades 7d to sd., according to Wool freshness and substance. Wodonga Markett tuesday june 22. Young xes band. How and co pay. Ltd. Younghusband Row and co pay. Ltd. Report having held their usual fortnightly Sale at their Wodonga Yards of. The above Date when they offered 200 head of fat and store cattle. Fat the Supply of fat cattle Forward was again an extremely limited one consisting almost entirely of inferior Quality. There was a Good attendance of buyers present. Competition was keen and animated throughout at prices which were fully equal to the High prices Rul ing this Day fortnight. Bes Bullocks from. £26 to �28 Light and inferior qua Lity from �17 to �18 to �20 fat steers from �15 to �16 Best cows from �20 to �22 to �23 others rom �17 to a is to �19 lighter from �14 to �15 to �10 Light and inferior from �5 to �8 prime heavy dealers �12 to �13 to �14 12/6 others from �7 to is to �9 store the Yarding of store cattle Forward was a very Light one being made up almost solely of Young cattle of All descriptions. The attendance of buyers was not Large but Competition for All descriptions was keen at prices which spotted a further improvement on those of the previous Sale. Bullocks 2 years old Good colors and condition to �11 5/ steers 14 months old from �7 .10/ to �8 to �8 10/ to �9 steers 14 months old mixed colors from _ �6 to �6 15/ Black polled Angus heifers 11 months old from �7 to is cows aged and dry from �5 to �7 cows with Cal ves at foot Good sorts to �10 10/ others from �7 to is 10/ Best paddies from �4 to �5 others inferior from �1 10/ to �2 10/. Dairy Best springers from �14 to �15 others from is to �13. New zealand loan and Mer Cantile Agency co Ltd. New zealand loan and mercantile Agency co Ltd., report having held their usual fortnightly Market at their Wodonga Yards on the above Date when a very Light Yarding of both fat and store cattle came Forward to a fairly Good attendance of buyers. / fat cattle. A the Supply consisted i out y of Light and inferior Quality cattle. There wag i full attendance of the Trade and Competition was keen throughout at prices fully equal to the i High rate Rul ing at last Sale. Best Bullocks �25 to �27 10/, with Odd heavyweights to a i 10/ lightweights from �16 10/ to �19 10/ fat steers from �14 to �15 Best cows from �19 10/ to �22 17/6 medium from �16 10/ to �1s 10/ Light from �11 pc to �14 10/ prime dealers from �10 to �14 12/6 other8 from �5 10/ to is 10/. Store cattle. A the Yarding was & very Small one and consisted principally to Iii Ali Lubo i v us ii wih in a . pens of Young Bullocks and cows. There was not a very Large attendance of buy ers but Competition was Good throughout at prices that showed a further improve ment on rates ruling a fortnight ago. Bullocks 3 years mixed colors �12 2/ steers 2vz years Good colors �11 5/ steers 15 to is months �7 10/ to �8 5/ to �8 17/6 shorthorn cows in calf Well bred but Low in condition �8, �9 12/6, �10 5/ to �12 32/6 dry cows from �4 10/ to �6 17/6 cows with calves at foot from �8 10/ to �10 12/6 heifers 15 months from �6 10/ to �7 2/6 year Ling steers and heifers from �4 5/ to �5 2/6 paddies from 27/5 to 47/6. Corryong Market by Moore and Davis on Friday june 25, monthly Market when they will of Fer in addition to the Ordinary Yarding of fat and store cattle a number of bul locks in Forward condition a a. Messes Mcphie bros., Cooma. Particulars Are advert end. Sale of Jing Ellic estate by Dalgety and co. Ltd., Albury and Claude d. Maclure and co., sub divisional Sale of Jing Ellic estate of 3070 acres., Freehold land As advertised elsewhere on wednesday june 30, at Bridge hotel Jing Ellic. By Alf. Michell and co., account mrs r a. Pike Macaulay Street to Day at 2.30, the Wolfl of her Superior household furniture and effects. Or. E. W. Hamilton notifies that he Las withdraw from Sale All his proper ties in the hands of All Agenda. Alleged false pretences Case not proceeded with. At the Albury police court yesterday before the or. S. J. Hamblin. Percy Piggott on remand was charged with obtaining at Malonga from John Nadir a false pretences. £17 in Cesh and 11 Worth of wearing apparel by Means of a valueless Cheque purporting to be drawn by James t. Filyan on the com Mercial ranking co. Ltd. Sydney in favor of p. Froy. On or about december 10, 1910, with intent to defraud. Or. John Buchanan Mulcairn. Appeared for accused and colonel Wilkinson for the prosecution. The latter said lie had no evidence to offer and asked that the Case be struck out. Sergeant Kersley said that some Days a to the prosecution had been taken out of the bands of the police and Given to colonel Wilkinson. The police had a Case prepared and had their witnesses. He was informed that restitution had been offered. The . Said it was not a Case that \ affected the Public. All he could do. Was to discharge the accused. Auctioneers advertisements sub divisional Sale of the Well known on the famous upper Murray. 3o7o acre Fri Woi to Kwh Dairying and agricultural land subdivided into about 9 farms ranging from 40 to 660 acres. ? ? each one of which has a frontage to the Jing Llie Creek. Wednesday june 30. At tvs Bridge hotel Jing Ellic at 2 . Sharp. Inspection arranged. Full particulars and plans on application to the auctioneers. Dalgety & company Ltd., Albury and branches. Claude d. Maclure and co., Albury. Or p. J. F. Mcmeekin esq., Jing Ellic upper Murray. Guy and Marks late . Insurance and general commission agents. Chaff & produce buyers Tran shipping and forwarding agents. Agencies Mitchell and co., agricultural machinery Lister shearing machines Blackstone Oil engines Shirley s manures Uncle chaff Cutter Lake Salt and machinery oils Meggitt s Stock foods Royal insurance company. Dean St., Albury. Telephone 334. I a a j properties for Quick Sale is assure you the House is right the Price is right. New Brick Villa of five rooms Kitchen pantry bathroom a Ellar shed electric Light and every convenience. Large allotment included. Situated i in High and selected position. 10 minutes from . Price Only �1500. I Brick Villa of live Large rooms Kitchen maid s room pantry cellar laundry shed lawns electric Light. Laid. So x 132 situated Albury North. Price �1600. A solid Brick Home 6 Large rooms 10 acres of Good land Sheds and All conveniences 15 minutes from . Price �1550. A bargain. £1150 buys an up to Date Home. Of 5 rooms severed Slac Trie Light Central. Brick cottage. 1 rooms Central. Only �450. Rrok a Taxa. 4 tones. . Bath was House. Electric beat. Albury North. Price �595. A snap. Don t fail to inspect. New Modem Villa severed Electris Light tubs and Copper set in. Land so x 200. Price asked. £950. £300 buys Natty . Home electric Light and Central. T �500 buys Natty . Home electric Light with Large allotment. For buildings and business Sites see us now. A Square Deal guaranteed. For firm offer or further particulars write. Call or phone to Day. ? Potter bros., Rose buildings,7 Kiowa St. Albury. Phone 206. £5 a posit and �2 per month will buy a Peale piano. Don t hesitate. I a a n Why pay High prices. A attend our weekly auction Sale. I c. Me Coppin and co. I c. M. Coppin . J b. Garnsey 1 5th. Field amb 4th battn., . Auctioneers general commission produce and land agents. I i holding regular weekly auction sales every Friday at 2 . Of Furni j \ Ture poultry produce Etc., at the people s Mart Dean Street Albury Opp. Nathan s store outside auction sales conducted. Prompt settlements. J 1 references commercial banking co. Of Sydney. Phone 363. J in memorial. in sad and Loving memory of my dear son Stephen Wain who died 1 in France. June 23, 1917. ? he answered to the Call i he went to France to fight for one and i All till the fatal so Smook his life away. J he left his Mother to mourn his loss until the judgment Day. People say the wound will heal. But adobody knows what the Mother s heart does feel. ? my Home is dark without that voice i loved is still ?--.-.? ? there s a vacant place in the another s heart that can never be filled. A inserted by his Loving Mother a. Wain weather and River. . temporarily Fine Over coastal areas but otherwise Clody and unsettled. Further Rains in Nortner districts and extending to part of most Inland districts some thunderstorms. North winds veering later to West and South West with finer weather. Victorian Cloudy unsettled showery with n. Veering w. Weds squally along the coast some Thunder. highest 59 lowest. 41. The rainfall registered by the Border morning mail gauge for the 24 hours ended 3 o clock this morning wad 3r Points still raining. The rainfall for the 24 hours end Ajr $ . Yesterday was As follows a Barrin gum 18 Points Bourke 9 Cobar 28 Cannon bar 2 go Dooga 22 Louth. 9 Moree 4 Narrabri 1, til a 7 the rainfall at Wodonga for the 48 hours ending at 8 . On monday Amoun Ted to 16 Points. This makes a total of Over 3 inches for the Mouth of june to Date. Height of Murray 6�t. ,6ms. Phases of Moon for june. R -. D. H. M. Full Moon 2 3 -18 . Last Quarter. 10 4 59 . New Moon. 16 11 41 . First Quarter. 23 4 50 . Ii i5i a i Wner warning ill i published daily in Albury. 1 j Independent. J wednesday june 23, 1920. Items of news a consignment of Mountain Trout con sisting of about 1000 Young fish pawed 1 through Wodonga yesterday afternoon1. The Trout came from Geelong and were being sent to cud Ewa and Ariel Creek in the upper Murray District. A match in the local 500 Competition played last night in St. Matthew s Hall resulted in a win for St. Matthew s _ a team with 16 games against the railway team 15 games. An extremely unusual occurrence took place last night in connection with the express train service from Melbourne to , when the train Wincn Leric Aiea Lotine last actually overtook and arrived at Albury before the first division. It is surmised that the Driver of the Tirol division experienced Engin trouble in the ? Vicinity of Seymour and rather than de Lay both divisions it wag decided to continue the journey in the second one. Country milk suppliers Mado an application to the necessary commodities commission in Sydney yesterday for an increase in Price. Judge to in said that in May the commission vivid granted an of two Pence making the Jar Csc 1/4 per gallon which was the highest the suppliers had Ever obtained. Or. Trp Chowan president of the Farra and settlers association giving Evi Dence at the Rural industries inquiry in Sydney yesterday stated tint Jie wag i i Terestea it wheat growing to his Opin Ion thai e were not 50, 100 bags of wheat unsold in the state acc the present time. Thieves entered the premises of Sweet Brothers at Newtown Sydney on Mon Day Iii it and stole silk goods valued at �1500. Sir Robert Garran. Croin solicitor Sta Tes that he has nearly completed the in Quiry into tie Casp of father Jerger whose deportation is pending the result of his investigation. He dec3med to make any comment stating that his re port will be submitted to the prime Ponsonby murderer Dennis Gunn \ was hanged at Auckland yesterday. When asked by the sheriff if be had any tiling to say Gunn replied i am prepared to meet my god and creator the Albury town Hall wa3 Well filled last night when a Public meeting converted by the protestant federation waslield., my r. A. Henry occupied the j chair and a most instructive and inter j Esting address was delivered by the Rev. J. C. Farquhar. J to Ere hag been a. Deal of Petty thieving t going on in. The town during the last few we Bis. The thefts have been committed principally during the evening irom Rev Undahl when rugs and bedclothes in Small f quantities have been stolen. The proxy Vailjr of some verandahs to the Roadway Oliv is a ready incentive to pilfered of which they Are not slow to take Advant age. Several cases of thefts of rugs Small portable articles have come under j entice recently and householders would be Well advised to keep a Sharp look ont for nocturnal visitor and to report any such thefts immediately to the police. ? or. T n. Johnstone aia Nager of the co Olamon Branch of the Baik of new South Wales has been transferred to al Bury. He consigned a truck Load of furniture from co Olamon to Albury and on monday he received a Telegram advising that the truck and the whole of the Furr Niter. Had been destroyed by fire. As or. Johnstone had household be longings on the train the loss is a severe Cne. It is Only a few. Weeks ago that a fire occurred on a train near Bon Accord and it was not until the train had been hurried to Ragga that the flames were extinguished. It is not Kuon How the fire occurred in either instance and the railway authorities declared that they bad no knowledge of the latest Hap pening. The forecasts of a dear Market for wheat next season were supported by a. Cable message received by messes. Shep Herd. Harvey andco., government wheat agents from or. To. Shephard principal of the firm who is in London. The message was As follows a advise Farmers Stow extensively. A Jig prices coming season great shortage the. Department of agriculture at Washington has announced that the 1915 american wheat crop wag produced at an average Cost of 215 cents. 8/11% per Bushel straying cattle at Wodonga a a a a residents incensed. Despite the fact that numerous cattle have been impounded by the Wodonga inspector during the last couple of months the straying Stock nuisance still continues. Residents Are becoming incensed at the people who Are making use of the Public streets As grazing areas. During the pre Vious week several gardens were destroyed and other damage done. One very old resident woke up the other morning to and a wide Gap in his hedge and his Fence partially destroyed. This hedge had Many years to Row and it will be a Long time before the unsightly Gap can be filled up. A few mornings Back a resident at the other end of the i own woke i to hams Garden tramp led beyond recognition and every ves Tige of Green stuff eaten. Yet another had h s Verandah invaded and his pot Planta destroyed. These arc but a few instances of what i3 taking place and it is a shame that this Stato of affairs should exist. There a now no incentive for one to have a Garden As that owner is Likely to have it destroyed. It is an easy thing to leave a Gale open and there Ane always Hun Gry Stock about which Stu be Only to pleased to Avail themselves of the Opportunity of appeasing their hunger. Be sides a few Nice cabbages or caul flow ers Are Eer so much More appetising than the scanty feed to be found in the streets. The inspector As stated before has a pour ded a number of slock., but this circus not seem to act is a deterrent. To al Low Stock to roam in the town i9 unfair to those citizens who pay their Park fees to the Council for the Privily Citer of placing their Stock in the Parl. The St rim or Stock nuisance is now the most widely discussed subject in the town and lib resentment of the people is growing. A certain association is to Deal with the matter at its next meeting which will be convened at an Early Date. Others Aie Een coi Sienny me of holding a Public meeting to in Ider the matter. It a suggested that this Public i meeting appoint a deputation to wait on the Council. To would essm that the Only effectual remedy would to for the Council to prosecute every owner of stray ing Stock ? the Prince in i Sydney ? ? to ? address from returned -. Soldiers i Sydney tuesday. Two Liu Narea so Saiers Ami saws in presenting the whole of the returned men of ., gave the Prince a Royal Welcome at the town Hall to Day. The Prince received a great ovation along the route from government House. An address of Welcome which was presen Ted to the Prince read As follows a on behalf of the returned Nurissa soldiers a Aud sailors we the president Ted members of the . Branch of the returned soldiers and sailors Imperial league beg to Accord a most Hearty Welcome to your Royal highness not Only us a representative of his majesty the King but also As one who shared with us the peril and adventure of the great was the Prince in reply said i am very grateful for your entertaining luncheon to Day. All 1 want to say a How much i appreciate the address that has been presented to me on behalf of the . Branch of the league of which 1 am very proud to be Patron in chief. I Hope you All know How much i feel and appreciate the wonderful Welcome which the diggers have Given me since i have been a Australia. I have met thousands of them already. I am looking Forward this afternoon to the Parade very amen indeed. I am very sorry indeed that i shall not be Able to Shaft hands with All the men th3 afternoon because i a Hays like to shake hands with the re turned men. I want to give them to understand How appreciative i am of their very Fin Welcome and for coming so Many Miles to see me. May the same Success which attended you in the War attend you in civil life although i am leaving -. 1 May claim to say it is Only a Revoit and not Good Bye. I am coming Back in August and the renown is also coming Back. I have arranged with the pre Biden of the returned soldiers association to Hayfi a special Day set apart for the diggers 90 that Thev May go Over the renown. I thank Yov for the very kind Way in which you have received me the Prince then attached his autograph to the 14th battalion Flag and Shock hands with each Man in the room. ? subsequently the Prince proceeded to Centennial Park where he witnessed a Parade of the returned sailors and Soi Aires. There wad a tremendous con course of spectators and great enthusiasm prevailed. Prince rides at randwick., this morning the Prince visited the Randwick racecourse. Mounted on a Chestnut and accompanied by lieutenant Lionel Smith he galloped a Milf. In the. Victorian style left to the rafts. After a great set to the Prince landed his mount 1 Home a Winner by a length. He Rode in the orthodox style. But was inclined a i Little to adopt the style originated by i Tod Sloan the american jockey i then in company with or. Kennetn Austin who was mounted on lord Wal 1 la the Prince jumped three fights of Hur Dies. After thi3 the Prince mounted l lord Walla and. Jumped three hurdles alone. Then he and Lieut. Smith Gal loped a mile on the course proper at a i steady Pace. Gala performance at her i majesty s. To night the Prince was greeted enthusiastically by a closely packed crowd outside her majesty s theatre where a gala performance wag held. The the tre was crammed with a fashionably dressed audience who. Upon the Entrance of the Royal vistor stood up and vociferously cheered. The Prince s birthday. To Morrow the Prince will have a bus birthday when he will reach 26 years or age. He will motor to the Sydney Cricket ground in the afternoon acid ther he will be received by or. Storey the pre Mier or. T. D Mutch. Minister education and or. P. Board director of education. After inspecting a guard of Honor com posed of senior cadets he will have the principal officers of the education depart ment presented to and then he will receive an address from Tho new South Wales Public school teachers association. Following these formalities lie will View a display by school children. From the Cricket ground he will go to the Sydney University where the Chan cellar will Confer the degree of doctor of Law upon . To the evening a will attend the Queen s club Ball in the town Hall. Girls High school Hostel a 11 a to be opened on june 29. Or. A. P. Radburn Hon. Secretary to the Albury parents and citizens association yesterday received a Telegram from or. P. Board m.a., director of education stating that he worm be pleased to come to Albury on june 29, and open the girls Hostel. Letters were also received from or. G. S. Beeby m.l.a., stating that he would also be present and would deliver his lecture on impressions of my travels in on the evening of june 29. Messes r. T. Ball. M.l.a., and w. J. O Brien m.l.a., also promised to at tend if they could possibly do so. The minister for education or. T. D. Mutch was approached Somp weeks Back and asked to be present but he said of was unable to do so owing to pressure of ministerial duties. I on the evening of june 29, it has been decided by the committee of the parents and citizens association to hold a re Union of parents to which All Are invited a varied and enjoyable Little programme or Fly be arranged and it is hoped. By Means of such gatherings which Are to be held quarterly to bring parents into closer touch with the education of their Chil Dren and with the teachers who carry it out to the Benefit of scholars parents and teachers alike. The Hostel is a step in the right direction and the association is very hopeful that it will achieve not Only the most useful purpose of providing a Home for for girl pupils but will also tend to stimulate education generally acid add still More to the Fine educational facilities now curable in the town. The Blayney tragedy ? ? Fowler not guilty. Q 1 us i a a. Jesuu v. The murder of William Jones at Blay Ney on March 9 was charged against Christopher Fowler. M.m., at the Cen trial criminal court. Fowler pleaded not guilty. The Crown ce6g was tha. Fowler and Jones were Rab bit trappers. Fowler called at a House and borrowed a pea Rifle and two Days later Jones was missing. On March 2s his body was found in the scrub with two Bullet wounds in the Skull. At the conclusion of the Case for the Crown accused in a statement from the Dock Eaid i am absolutely innocent of this charge. All the statements i have made to the police Are absolutely True Fowler was found not Ricilly and he was discharged. Surry Hills shooting charge of malicious wounding Sydney tuesday. As the result of a shooting Atiram m lower Campbell Street. Surry Hill Bishop Naughton. A labourer has been arrested on a charge of having maliciously wounded Bart Hill with intent to do grievous bodily harm. To was stated that the shooting was the result of a fight in a House. It is believed that a woman was also hit by one of the flying bullets. S Ergo. Spyer. Policy prosecutor said that while defendant with other men and Ninn warm in wer in a House in lower Campbell Street a Row started. To ended in a fight. Defendant it War aligned Drew a revolver and fired several shots. It was believed that a woman was hit by one of the bullets while Hill was j mounded in the Back of the neck. He was now in the Sydney Hospital although condition was not serious. Naughton when arrested was armed with a fully loaded six chambered Revol ver. He was remanded till wednesday. Woods great Peppermint cure j for chronic Chest complaint. I strikes in Melbourne q. ? May spread to transport workers Melbourne tuesday. Upon the result of the Ccu Terence 01 transport unions which is taking place this afternoon at the trades Hall to con Sider what action shall be taken of sup port the Gas workers in their strike the Industrial situation to a Large extent hinges. The threat has been made that in the event of the As workers disc it i continuing co in supplies to Victoria Wall be stopped thus involving seamen water Side workers. And others. To is believed however that before Tak ing any drastic Steps the conference will Endeavor to place before tha state government the seriousness of the situation a final Effort May be made to induce the government to summon i conference i f the parties to Stef if a settlement can not be effected. F no move was made by either Side to Day to end the deadlock created by the dispute Between the a engine Drivers and firemen and the chamber of manufactures. Prominent Union officials said that the suggestion that the Premier should con Vene a round table conference of the Par ties to this dispute was a Good one and seemed the Only solution of the trouble. A Fig lit to end strikes gratification was expressed by Mem Bers of the chamber of manufactures this morning at the Success of last night s me citing of manufacturers and employers. The meeting unanimously agreed to sup port the executive s wish that employers should not use electric Power which had been made available by the Compromise effected Between the City Council. Mel Bourne electric Supply company and the engine Drivers and firemen s Tynion. The meeting was of record dimensions More than 500 employers being represented and the executive of the chamber feels As a result that it correctly gauged the attitude of employers generally and that it is strengthened m it night for constitutionalism As against direct a Ion. A members of the chamber to Day endorsed the statement made by or. F. L. W. Ashby. The Secretary yesterday that the fight against the engined Riv ers was one for principle and was not situated by a spirit of vindictiveness against the workers or one of pique at the settlement arranged by the City Council. It Only Means skid one member that if we give Way to the men on this occasion they will come again in. The near future for another Rise and if we Den t give it they will strike again. So the thing will go on in one endless dispute. These continual demands and strikes must be stopped and the fight might As Well take place now As later thai suggestion of a round table Confer ence Between the parties concerned is not altogether held in Disfavour by the Cham Ber but it is explained that the strike has interrupted the standing arrangement Between the chamber and the disputes committee of the trades Hall Council for a conference whenever difficulties arise Between employers and employees. It is known however that any overtures made from the Trade Hall in regard to the present deadlock would receive a prep to consideration. Further than that the executive of the chamber is not prepared to commit itself at present. Sydney s turn next engine Drivers dissatisfied. Sydney tuesday. The engine Drivers and firemen s Union is dissatisfied with the present rates of pay and the Federal Council of the organisation whose Headquarters Arft a Mel Bourne has intimated that it will take command of the . Branch for nest week or two. Future developments Are awaited with interest. Speaking at a meeting of the labor party in the Bijou theatre in Melbourne on sunday night or. H. Or. Gibson Secretary of the Federated engine Drivers and firemen s association said lift had been engaged for the past few Days in of Wales going in Sydney and he was proud to Gay he had succeeded. As far As the men connected with electric Light ing in Sydney were concerned they were just As dissatisfied As those in Melbourne but they recognised that during the Prince s visit the people of new South Wales had come to the City for a Holiday. They realised that if they stopped the illuminations they would not be hitting the employers but the people and they had no desire to do this. ? to could be taken for granted however that immediately the Prince started for other parts unless the electric Light authorities did something there would be a repetition of what Iliad occurred in Melbourne last saturday night week. Allies in conference bringing Geek Tofany to to Etc Reuter. London june a. The Boulogne conference opened this morning. Britain Italy Japan Belgium and France were represented. ? the programme of the conference was settled in the following order a 1 a the German indemnity. 2 a the disarmament of Germany. 3 a the Eastern question. 4 a the russian question. The morning s discussion was confined to the first. Two questions. Financial ? experts Are charged with the preparation of the text which has been agreed upon for presentation to the evening conference. Similarly military experts Are preparing the draft of a notification to Germany regarding disarmament both of effective and of material. Bout Johnj Tuest Zajf. ? the allies Are despatching the sternest of warnings to Germany. Thuc sex Kaiser s a tuft out. Published in the times Brussels june 22. The Villa at spa where the conference will assemble was the War Headquarters of the sex Kaiser in May 1918 it contains a spacious dugout where the fiend frequently took cover. There is also a Thron i in the conference room which was specially brought from Germany. From Here the sex Kaiser hurriedly fled in a motor car at the commencement of the debacle which ended in his dethrone ment. Perils of jazzing specially when artists Are Black. London june 22. Iran is Lvi dare a coloured Leader or a West end jazz band has shot dead in a West end hotel his wife Mary from whom he was separated. Her sister mrs Ludlow was seriously wounded. He then lolled himself. The couple had been separated through Kildare s popularity amongst the female freq enters of the Ciros and other fashionable clubs. Chicago racial riots negro clergy attacked Chicago. June 21. Facial troubles broke out again this morning. Three Nero clergymen were attacked by White people and badly mauled. Another mob killed Herbert Mitchell a coloured policeman. Extra reserves Art patrolling the Black Belt the police Are searching for an Abys sinian Prince garbed in a flowing goo and headdress who Drew a Shotgun from underneath his skirt and killed Robert Totsc a Sailor and John Hoyt his com ? a. The murder followed the Back to Africa Parade when an attempt was made to Burn an american Ilag. . Loan at 6h per cent. London. June 21. The new South Wales loan of ?�2,-500,000 at cd. Per cent has been issued at Par. And will be repro table at Par on August 1, 1940. The new South Wales government will have the option of redeeming Tho Lonn wholly or partly after August a i 1030, on three Mouths notice. Civil War in Ireland fighting in Londonderry Law and order abandoned All business suspended. Published in the times Londonderry june 22. Ii Quiat Tyr in 01 a Iii War prevails All Law and order have been abandoned in Londonderry and All business suspended 1 a ads of armed men control the City and the Banks and the Post offices have closed several people have been shot dead and tiers wounded. V Many prominent men a ave had narrow escapes. The military attacked the sinn Feiner Early this morning firing Ball cartridges the sinn Feuers dispersed a and Conneu hey intend to again attack the unionist ? Uarte is in Force. The military Arp holding the worst arts of the City with machine guns but i Tien one outburst is quelled the factions ush to another Quarter and again com Nence their lawlessness. The incidents included within two Days comprise the sniping at incoming train ind several cold blooded Street murders. There is much savagery on the wharves a Bere the sinn seiners Are apparently of worse offenders for they Are beating i wounding and throwing into the riven i any labourers suspected of Toni Onira. J fierce disorders continue in the Dia i mond District where the troops have re i heatedly been called out to quell dior i Ders. To order to Clear the streets they i have charged with bayonets. I Northern volunteers Mobilis ing. Special troop trains sent. A message from Tyrone states thai n Northern volunteers Are mobilising at 1 Ifford to March on Londonderry. Spe Ial troops trains have been sent to Lon. On Derry from Curranh. The times considers that the whole Trish situation is now one of extremes Eril. United service. Special cables London june 21. Rioting was continued at Londonderry of Day the mobs firing revolvers break no windows and looting. When the fire brigade turned out to save a Burnin drapery store the firemen were assaulted Aid that engine wrecked. It is a strange fact in connection with he Battle raging yesterday that although hooting and volleying took place All Day Khoee killed 5 if detailed stories Are to be relied upon were innocent bystanders. The deaths now number _ seven. _ it a rumoured that martial Law is imminent. The railway Boycott Irish railway men warned. Renter. London june 20. A. J. H. Thomas general Secretary of the National Union of railway men is i that course of a speech at Scarborough i said a i the Irish railway men introduced to i or. Lloyd George the prime minister i decided whatever the consequences they i will not give Way. If Ireland but running i with blood nest week and Tho Mik Tarr i succeed in. the Raih Vax i men there will still remain the Irisa i problem to be solved i he asked the Irish workers to Realise 1 the consequences of starting a fish i against machine gun militarism. Trade i unionists As Well As the government i had a National obligation. I while approving of the Plain wore i used by or. Lloyd George. The prise i minister when he received a deputation i of Irish delegates and representatives of i the National Union of railway men tin i daily mail Points out that the British g people Are prepared to go further than i the government to satisfy Irish Aspira i tons. I railway trouble extended United service special cables Lundin june to j ? Dublin Castle announces the Extension ? of the railway trouble owing _ to the i railway men refusing to Man trains carry ? ing policemen. The government Mab regard this As a test Case for closing Dot a the railways. ? b general cables London. Jure -?2. The times Berlin correspondent says i that Herr Fehrenbach Lias accepted to i chancellors hip of Germany and the for 1 mation of a Cabinet by is practically f assured. I the Herald asserts that there y a i crisis in Krassin s negotiation. I to t Loverl Fin Rife insists Ubon Bompensa 1 Tion to the uttermost Farthing for Bri Risi i financial interests in Russia. I the express to understands that the g i verment has decided to establish an Ari i kingdom in Mesopotamia probably cd a i ing1 Abdullah s second son a Kin of i Hejaz. 1 the obsolete Monarch of the Central Powers j attack on Kaiser reported. I London Juno 2 i the Paris edition of the Chicago in 1 Bune states that a German crossed to dutch Frontier without papers Climel a Wall and fired several shots at the al former Kaiser. 1 according to another Story a Man a guided As a belgian labourer on the. A i text of repairing the water pipes j sealed himself in a corridor and Batte bed the former Kaiser with a club guards rescued . I the Secretary to the former Kaiser of i Clines to admit the truth of these atari ? plot to exterminate hapsburgs a the correspondent of the daily & ? press at Geneva states that the pm be have discovered a plot whereby hungarian i communists planned to assassinate Alii the chiefs of the House of hapsburg. I railway strike in America a a a 1 Vancouver. June 21. A second outlaw Railroad strike occur 1 red to Day and spread rapidly throne not i the Eastern american Railroad centres. What the men termed unreasonable de Lay by the Railroad labor Board o handing Down its decision on appeals by the Railroad employees for higher ?waff8 1 a it re a n cart Ira i Mcart a a a flip tint to ilk Ouirt i the strike began on saturday at new Dephia where several Hundred Virit come ceased work. The trouble then sprawl to Baltimore Syracuse Camden. \ Washington. The passenger traffic a As not been affected so far. Sensational advertising particular attention is drawn to to 1 runo and herbs Pill sensation double stunt in which Over �2000 1 Cash is being distributed. Full Partty Lars appear in this Issue. A Advt. For children s hacking cough. Woods great Peppermint Blake s Busy Book Bazaar new and popular gka3i0 records. Abe Abe my boy n everything yes Uncle. Everything is peaches a by the campfire song and Foxton freckles Mickey Etc. Kissing time selection. Waters Venice Waltz kissing tin give me the Moonlight my baby s arms kissing Tiwu Danoe records. Waltzes foxtrot Fht i i assortment to choose from Lireet j what about a talking Mach i the Stewart phonograph a Little Der 55/. J Liimola plays All makes disc to including Edison Diamond discs. J Edison Xci Diamond Anibe Roia to also . Voice and Sonera a d 1 now Edison Diamond disc the Manj lists and particular map Tion. Try Blake s for indoor al chess draughts doniinoc1?,1 Bage 500, Etc. I and Radburn proprietors j Dean St., Albner i
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