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Armidale Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 22, 1911, Armidale, New South Wales Or. J. Xvi. Wilson d e n t i s to Jim a chant was b�ardy�8trt�t, Margery fat Guyra in lha firm Ininee Uva by occupied by or. Prior la. Ollen Street. Or. R. C. Simpson dental surgeon Obardy so reer Armadale a. E. Reading is or Iet. 8eardy Street arr1idale commercial a Ziumkos up stubs Opp tit Trull s hotel. 93 w. H. Mcbean dental surgeon commercial. Buildings Bardy Street armed. Bs6s Hugh a Scott architect. Commercial buildings Beardy Street opposite Tat Trull s hotelu612 r. N. Hickson architect Falconer Street id ale opposite lands office. Telephone 188. 36 Hugh h. Gordon got. Land agents Alil information Mono erasing land promptly furnished. I and baud meeting attended id of put of the District by appointment. i kitted. . Box 67. R2 of = Fermi Dale chronicle. Gwitt which in incorporated the a8ctdale age established 1r72j. Wednesday March 22. 1 the Federal re Ferenda. The questions to us answered on Al Lul 26. With tie self Assurance of the self made Man or May to the arrogance of intellect or. A. M. Hughes the Federal attorney general is Etu Piug the states and. Atlas like carrying on Liis shoulders the world of Advocat ing the acceptance of the Federal ref Erenda proposals ? he soar fully cries from the House tops the simple question what Are state rights with that perverseness which verifies the saying that there is none so Blind As lie who will not he begs the question by deluding his audiences that. He. Tie Law officer of the Commonwealth feigns to know not what state rights Are. As Sov Ereign states on the formation of the Federal Constitution the australian states possessed the plenitude of Powers of self government and exer of Vised nil the rights of Home utile. By the Federal compact thirty nine pow ers were vested in the Federal government. Tie Commonwealth was deliberately created by tie people in order to better govern themselves. Its creation involved tie modification of certain rights extending some and curtailing others. The common wealth was created to enlarge the. Self governing Powers of the people especially to Deal with matters which the state government could not reach. Among other things it provided an effective defence of a Sistru Lia against foreign aggression for one Tariff Aud Biliter state free Trade for one Federated Law dealing with ship Ping navigation and a Host of other things specially mentioned in the 89 articles of the Constitution. But no mention was made of Federal zing the railways. And above All the Constitution fully recognised state rights by the formation of a Senate composed of states represent Otiles on. The basis of equal state _ representation. Vet Forsooth a political Juggler 1 of or. Hughes s Type pretends not to know of what state rights consist and. Loudly Brays Bis ignorance of them. I. The part of the Federal Constitution which it is proposed to alter by moans of the re Ferenda on Auril 26 is Section 51 subsections i., xx.,/�nd . There Are other sub sections but they will not be touched. Hie paragraphs that trill be affected run at present like Thosas the Constitution now stands 1 ? h the parliament. Shall rep object to this Constitution Liao Power " a make Laws. For the peace order and go edified Roods or of Supply 1 ing any specified services is the subject of a monopoly the parliament shall have Power to make Laws for carrying on the Industry or business by or under the control of the Commonwealth find acquiring for that purpose 111 just terms any property used in connection with the Industry of business. ,. V t " the in to of Eusch Tokov electors will have to vote Orr no to 1, 2. 3, and 4 or. The pro posed alterations together that is. The first referendum. To lion Tiey will have to vote 011 no. A taken by it self that is the second referendum. Tim if these re Ferenda be a Fried the Commonwealth will have the Power to nationalise the state rail ways the right to build new rail ways. And the right to dictate labor Ami routing conditions _ thereon it would in fact have the right to take Over those great works. However or Griffith the Only member of the present labor ministry who has been retorts that thesis a rhapsody of nonsense. But r or. Griffith As an avowed unification St of course does not care the Prover i Bial tinker s anathema for state i rights. Let us see what the refer i end provide. The railways Are our greatest highways of Trade and. Com Merce and certainly the first referendum gives the Commonwealth the right to control All Trade and com Merce. The railways Are a Corpora Tion formed under the Law of a 1 state and the referendum will give the Commonwealth the right of Dis solution regulation and control ? of such corporations also the right of regulating employment on or about railways the property of any state. The Commonwealth is also to get control of All monopolies for the Supply of goods or services and the rail ways Are our greatest monopoly for the Supply of and Tho final referendum gives the common wealth parliament Power to decide what is a monopoly in supplying any specified services and of acquiring on just terms any property used in connection with the Industry or Busi there can be no Small doubt therefore that the Power to absorb the railways As Well As the debts will under these re Ferenda be acquired by the Commonwealth if these alterations in the Constitution be adopted. The risk it to dictate labor and other conditions will also pass. The vast importance of the whole question Calls for consideration especially on the part of country residents and producers Olio Are the great users of the railways. According to the state Premier s estimates of the 13 millions of Revenue to be received this year Over seven millions is derived from the railways or Over 54 per cent is received by tie railway commission ers. Last year the profits Over in Terest charges received from the rail ways was �568,000, and there is Noth ing like it in the rest of Australia. Under Federal control of our railways the profits would be pooled and rates arranged upon a common basis so that to matter How Well our own rail ways might pay our producers could get no Concession unless the whole of 9ic railway system of Australia could afford it. Firesides centralised administration by the Federal govern 1 ment would Lead to mismanagement and muddled Cut As is so Manifest a the lamentable state of the Post office men on the land and country Resi dents should hasten slowly before a " Hepting Hughes Hobby of the Heler Enda. Local and general flows. I dj2stiidct10n of noxious saturday afternoon a conference Between respective Mem Bers of tie Severn Shire Gleri junes . Board and Glen limes municipal Council was arranged. To be held. Half an hour after the. Appointed time Only the president end the Shire councillors were present. The president or. Telfer said Tjit two meetings Hod fallen through owing to apathy and non attendance in tie part of the p.1?. Board. Their Engineer refused to act As. Inspector5 and lie briefly outlined what. Was proposed to be done. They were Only wasting time now although he had thought by calling this meeting concerted action could Nave been arranged. Or. Boss moved and or. Farlow seconded a motion that a letter be written to the . Board suggesting that the Shire Council should keep All roads and any. Re serves vested in them within. The Shire free from noxious weeds. And that the . Board keep All. Stock the course of their spa cakes at Newcastle. On saturday might the prime minister and senator m Gregor were reminded by. In term errors that the labor members of the state parliament Are not All in juror Fifthe Federal govern intent s referee a proposals. And the reminder Ras instance productive of a some what irritable reply. It matters not to me said or. Fisher what attitude is taken up by the members of the state labor party. I have nothing whatever to do with what the labor members in the states think. My deity is to Appeal to the people of Australia. St matters nothing to tue although i regret it if All the labor members in All the states were against the re Ferenda proposals. I should still Appeal to the people of senator m Gregor was less explicit hut More emphatic. Who is f it he asked that is opposing these proposals Wade shouted an Luter Vcctor. Senator m Gregor merely waved a contemptuous hand. A Gowen roared an other less Friendly auditor. Senator m Grefor or upped As if stung. Bah he ejaculated. A Gowen s Only the Small Flea in the dog s Good sight is one of our most precious possessions and it behoves us to use the greatest care for its preservation. Many years. Or trouble May be avoided by skilled at Tention to the eyes at the first symptom of Eye Strain. A refraction St from the Well known sight specialists Angus and. A Bote 492 George Street. Sydney May be consulted free on All Eye defects at Tattersall s hotel Armidale on 25th March from 9 . To. 6 . The same Day. The expert from this old established firm has won Public Confidence by his conscientious at Tention. Sufferers from Eye trouble will be Wise to be him on saturday 25th March a Aptt Ere Ali s hotel. Routes and private this was agreed to. The Flea in twin a the 1 connection with St. Patrick Day s celebrations on Friday last or. John Porteous write in connection1 with the judging of the Colleen Burn costumes at. The recent Irish National sports i wish to Point out that the consensus of opinion expressed by Many capable judges and Tho general Public on the ground was that the prise should in Justice have been awarded to Jenn Porteous As the costume worn by her was the Only True Colleen Bawn dress worn by any competitor it being Correct in every Dan Barry dramatic com Pany the above popular and talented company opened their season on monday night to a Large House. The piece played the woman who went astray was a very Fine performance and the company is Well worthy of support. Miss Bing Hamis an artist of the highest histrionic ability and of a wonderful versatility and has Only recently completed a most successful engagement with or. J. C. Williamson. She is the daughter of a prominent new Zea land judge and sister to on eminent King s counsel in the Dominion and the name is assumed for stage purpose. Her acting was of a very High order and her magnificent voice and Beautiful stage pres ence created a very. Favourable in Eres Sioui or. Holly Ford As is Well Norrils air actor of Sterling Powers and whatever he plays is a finished and artistic performance. The piece i chosen for to night. Wednesday. When women love is said to be one of the finest dramas Ever written. It is a production that appeals Ines Tim ably to All that is., Best in. Human nature besides abounding in. The Healthiest and funniest of comedy scenes which Are quite free from the slightest taint of vulgarity. The Grent boxing scene is a most Realis tic one As or. Holly Ford holds an. Amateur championship medal and he will dear with a we . The audience Are requited to Kevii. Their seats at the conclusion of the play in order to witness the Beautiful apotheosis of the poor Mother being welcomed among the Angels b v her dead baby. Popular. Prices will ? be charged and the Box plan will be at or. H. W. Geldard s in the morning and in the afternoon at the town Hall where seats May is booked. Consult or. S. A. Basser. Or. S. A. Basser the eminent Vienna optician holds the very highest certificates secured by actual Examina Tion in Vienna Berlin Dresden and London and also. New York. He is also a qualified member of the Antish optical association. Or. Basser de sires to give the greatest possible number the Benefit of his skilled ser vices and makes no charge what Ever for consultations or for carefully testing the sight. His coming visit to this town offers a splendid Opportunity of having the Eye properly at tended to and All visual defects corrected. Or. Basser has devoted much time to this study of the eyes of the Young and parents should note this fact and bring the children to him for examination. A few minutes now May save great expense in the future. Or. Basser is sole agent for the so easy rimless glasses quite the most comfortable it is possible to get. He employs no agents and May be consulted in person at the Imperial a Tel Armidale on wednesday and thursday april 5th and 6th, at com Mercial hotel Tralla on monday and tuesday "10fh and filth april and at Guyra on april 21. New . Gibb and Beeman advise having transferred their country connect onto messes. H. A. Barraclough ltd., the Well and favourably known vice regal. Opticians of 385 George-St., Sydney and who have visited this District for the past decade. H. A. Barraclough titd., have copies of the prescriptions of All. Clients tested by Gibb and Beeman. And will be pleased la Honor All. Arrangements made by them is Weil As attend to further requirements of their clients. Write for particular of Date when i in Tiu next visit this District to the head office 385 George Street. Opposite the strand or. W. Newton Carroll the Well known actor manager called in yesterday and informed us that the car Roll dramatic comedy company will be visiting Armidale in the course of a few weeks when they will play a new drama written by or. Martyn Keith specially for him. An exceptionally Strong company Haj been selected and it will be or. Carroll s. Farewell appearance in Armidale As. He intends shortly to take his troupe to Ludia. Further announcements. Will appear in due course. The pupils of St. Paul s Presby Terian Sabbath school held a most1 enjoyable picnic in the old Lanse grounds on saturday last when there was a Good gathering of children teachers and friends and the usual races and games incidental to such outings were heartily indulged during the afternoon the Rev. A Buntine distributed about 60 volumes. To the successful scholars for their last year s worst. A. Happy afternoon ii concluded with three cheers for and similar votes of thanks to the superintendent Cand teacher. R to messes. Richardson and co., Ltd Ore extending their business premises 16 feet 6 inches Iby .0 depth of. 87. Feet the addition Villi Complete the building find 4a.kie Winall the frontage to Beardy Street. Or. It. N. I son is the architect and or. A o. M bean is the . Ten Der for the new residence of or. J. Bad of Glen Elm has been let to messes. Hunt and Trusley. Or. H. J. Scott is the architect. The marriage took place on Satur Day evening inst of i or. Albert Joseph editor of the Tamworth daily observer and miss Garter who for some years iras connected with the Tamworth Hospital nursing staff. The guessing of the weight of the fat Bullock and fat sheep at the re cent Glen junes show was More popular than in previous years. The Bullock weighed 7841bs. And or. A. E. Sergeant was. The nearest to Esti mate the weight his guess being 733 lbs. The. Guesses ranged from 510 to 1160 lbs. The fat Sneep weighed 801b., and 3 persons Gaes Seid the exact weight Vii messes. B. Newman. j. Whyte and a. A. Smith. The guesses ranged from 49ibs. To 1231bs. John Fitzgerald Burns a Promin ent member of the Assembly. Many years ago died at Paddington by Ney on monday night at the age of 78. Deceased Wius postmaster general in the Robertson Larne government. And Ctol Secretary in the partes ministry. He was known in the old Days As cocky Burns. A police probationer. Named Philip Mainwaring to As shot dead at Colombo Ceylon by a Constable. Andrew Toth who was found guilty of murder at Pittsburg americ and sentenced to imprisonment for life has after 6erving 20 years been liberated it having been proved that he was innocent Auw Lugo aug aaa Juoni Adonai Loiis live been received for ? the recent is. . Association s celebrations William Bros. 10/-. W Hirschberg a Snedal a. J. Scott 2/6, c. I. Wil son �1/1, e. Hardman 6/-. T. Ash wan special prise "20/-. The Princi pal items of Revenue were Gates �40, donation Imo. Concert �32. These figures Are a decided. Increase on last year s receipts. We Glen Innes guardian re Gret to hear that or. J. P. Fiill new England inspector of Beale and co., was severely. Strained while Drift ing a piano at the showground on Friday. He is progressing As Well As can be expected Cut is unable to return to his Home in Armidale. The postal department has adopted the following amended time table for the Moon i railway station Bende Meer mail service leave Moon i railway station tuesdays. Wednes Days thursdays fridays saturdays and mondays 5/18 . Arrive Moon i tuesdays wednesdays thursdays. Fridays saturdays and mondays g.18 . Arrive Bende Meer tuesdays wednesdays thurs Days fridays saturdays and Mon Days 9.18 . Leave be Demeer saturdays mondays tuesdays wednesdays thursdays. 4.30 a in. Leave. Moon i saturdays mondays tuesdays wednesdays thursdays and fridays 6.30 . Arrive Moon i it inlay station saturdays mondays. Tuesdays wednes Days thursdays and fridays 7 . In the milk records at the Glen Innes show the winners were w. J. M Lenns spot 541bs. Milk test 4.2 and 4.8, total 2.56 commercial butter. 1st w. J. Mclean s Melba 40ilbs. Milk 4.2 and 4.8 tests total 2.0fi commercial butter 2nd w. Dun can s Silver 39hbs. Milk 4.0 and 4.2, test or total 1.96 commercial butter 3rd. Milking cow giving greatest Quantity milk in Only milk in Duncan Bros. 24jibs.1 Chat Fey bras and. F. Chaffey 19jibs, each2. At. Melbourne on saturday William to Limos Smith was committed for trial on a charge of having murdered his four year old daughter by cutting her Throat. Or. M. M Kay of the Sunshine Harvester works Victoria says he has now 460 men at work in Fudin 75 unionists who disapproved of the strike. The death Lias occurred at Adelaide of sir Richard Chaffey Baker. K.c.m.g., who was the first presi Dent of the Federal Senate. Sir Rich Ard was in his 69tli year. Twenty one men appeared at the Sydney. Police court on monday charged will playing in. A two up school. William Meredith who acted As ringmaster was fined �50, " in default six months imprisonment. The others were fined 20s each. Doctor flattau. Representing a Syd Ney Syndicate arrive at Inverell on wednesday night from Coketon where he had been during the past three weeks supervising matters in the interests of the Syndicate. Dr., flatten who left for Sydney the Fol lowing Day had in his Possession a parcel of diamonds estimated to con Tain 600 carats which represents eight clays work on the claim. The Syndicate has an option Over an adjoining Block -�6f 40 acres. Tie Dia monds were pot from about 30 loads of Wasli which also contained about 18cwt. ? of tin. An. English commercial traveller and four germans have been arrested at Hamburg Jig esteotiaae.,. In the Cottret on monday morning Lewis Campbell father of William Campbell a lad who was recently. Killed through a pea Rifle Alx Adint a shooting gallery controlled. By Grace Bros., sued the latter claiming �450 As compensation. Defendants denied the alleged negligence and _ evidence Al As entered up on. The jury found for plaintiff for �50 damages speaking at Coon Amble at the one nigh. Of the. Local Experiment Fane. Or. Trefle . Jav Linister for Agri culture stated that the farm was practically sanctioned by his predecessor. Ajl he had to do was to sign the papers. He had set apart �5000 for the. Jam ? this. Year. He was any expensive Experiment farms but intended to establish a number of demonstration farms Whu i would pay their Way. The Coo Gamble farm would a however be largely an experimental farm. In View of the problems that had to be solved ln-33irdistrict the area of 2000 ,.acres selected embraced three kinds of soil Var. Helser chief medical officer at Manila who is a passenger by the. Prints Sigismund which arrived at Brisbane sunday speaking of the recent volcanic eruption on the. Is land of Taal near Luzon said the outbreak was the mos serious experienced in the l Bill Pines for Manv years. _ the explosion was audible for a distance of -250 Tailes. Molten Metal and red hot ashes were hurled into the air a tremendous height rapid villages in the neigh Bowood were overwhelmed. The eni Tiou was Fol a tidal wave which swept six Miles Inland in a South Westerly Couise. Devastating the country. As a Oon As the sea of the outbreak. Was Aster joined. Ships a Fli medical. And i ther assistance web despatch from Manila by on arrival it. Was found that assistance was not require feg As Hiji inhabitants had l Een Exter in via tedi Only / Livi feg. Think found on the Asl id bras a Small Mon Jedythe Todte numb Flag about 1500, that had been the Poverud " we re completely naked. The seismic wave travelled towards i Meiyi a town of about b000 and All the., country around Deruery subsided. To a depth or 6ft., causing great damage and Ter ror amongst the people. ? this is the second year in Succes Sion that nearly �2000 1iave l Een distributed among the a Blip hospitals and be Gen eral. I1jc first prizes valued at , As an alternative the win Fer May Jive 12 Iton a v trip bound the world and 100 in a Ash for incidentals or eight trip for Tiro persons there other prizes. In edition. Among. Tie tick ets sold last year by the inter state representative a re of prize winners. Who secured the first set and third fifth birth 4nd sight ii and 34 other prices. Fist prize bras won bar Ron and midlands tobacconists of Southport Queensland the cat. Catano flite 1,r4 hymn. Harry Teake of Nike . Tickets. Are Only one shilling each Aid May lie lob gained from the local agent pro direct from the Reniese Tatto. Fotr a Thieo w. Heide 231 Flinders Louie. Spurn. Armidale police court. Monday March 20 before or. G. Atkin alleged vagrancy. Peter Byron was charged with be ing drunk in the Yard of the Royal hotel on saturday night. To this ? charge he ? pleaded guilty but to a further charge of having no lawful risible Mentis of rapport Byron pleaded not guilty. Tie . How do you earn your living defendant 1 am a hard working Man. Me and my father have just finished up n big Job and earned 14 guineas in three weeks. . Hogan applied for a remand for eight Days. The defendant strenuously objected. He had a return ticket to Wool Rook produced and wanted to go straight Back that night. The . Declined to Grant a re Mand for eight Days Ana after argument. The Case was proceeded with forthwith. First class Constable Ayra stated that the defendant had been in town four Days prior to saturday during which time he had been in a half Drunken state and had been in the company of Drunken hotel keepers had complained ? to wit Ness about his arrested defendant bad one shilling in his pocket which was his Only Means of support. As far As witness knew he had no fixed place of abode. The . It s Only been four Days. We. Riding Groom at the of Feder Al hotel was the next witness. Be fore being sworn the if chess asked if his Day s wages would lie paid. The . What s that to do with the Case ". Giving evidence. Riding said that the defendant Hod been hanging about the hotel for the past Sis or seven Days. The . Did behave any Money witness he appeared to have plenty of Money lie shouted for me five or six times. Continuing witness said that one night defendant had asked for a couple of blankets to make a shake Down. On another occasion mrs. Dempsey had ordered defendant off the premises. The was proceeding to ask further questions when the . Interjected what s the use of proceeding like that it. Looks like Perse Elution. The . The police have a duty to perform your worship. The . R you have no need to push it too far., the sen Sergt i ? would Point out that it is for the accused to prove he Lias visible Means of., sup port not. For the police. The . 1 know he has. But there is not a Tittle of evidence against him. He says lie came to town with Money shouted for Dif Ferent people until it had All gone and just at that time the police arrested him accused just when 1. Had come Down to my last the . I take exception to your remark your worship about the police persecuting people. The . I Only cautioned you when you were putting questions to the witness about the you tried to make it appear that the accused wanted witness to give him. Dempsey s blankets and that was an improper question. The . The police have no desire to persecute anybody. The . I Don t suppose you have but you remember the adage give a dog. A bad name and you might As Well hang him i. Am not going to hang a dog because he has a bad name. The . The accused has More than a. Bad name he has Abad record. Tie . I know he has the accused you Are iiiim&2 be or seven Days for being Drej Jacv. The other charge is dismissed t. The defendant ayin Oil gite me1 24 hours to pay your worship the Bench declined to accede to the request. Dog prosecutions. I further Batch of residents were before the court charged. With May ing failed to Register their following were fined 10s and 5s costs re Mansfield. E. A Hassall c3a$a Dell jun., John sly Charles tories. Geo. Palmer maty Cox to eat Vicki a Jas. Dell sen.,. J. T. Goldrick. Daltou Harriet. Waterfall. Rome we. King h. M Fayden a. A alien and p. Tobin. John. Leonard for keeping three unregistered animals was fined 30s and is costs John Porter Foh two dogs 20s and ? costs Raymond for three dogs 30s and costs. The fines were paid with one exception and in thai were allowed to procure the amount and it would to bad on jigs cent w have the Case postponed. Itie . Replied that lie would hear the Case forthwith. Or. H. Weaver was present to watch the interests of Lappan. Frederick we. Davis stated that up to the present he had been a Gra Zier and Fanner residing near Naita Bri he was a married Man with a family of eight children. Lately he had sold his property neat Narra Bri and had entered into an agree ment for the lease License and Good will of Tattersall s hotel Guyra. His recently owned farm of 863 acres was built up by his own ener Gies and he would go into the Bote with a credit balance of �6000 or �7000. Whilst at Narrabri he had never been arraigned before the court. He admitted he was. Not above nipping but. Vehemently de Nied being a drunkard. If a have a drink one Day i never. Touch it the next added witness who also denied Peing of a quarrelsome nature. Sev eral letters testifying to witness s character were submitted. To . Hogan it was not a fact that when be went into Narra Bri to transact business be proceeded Home rolling drunk it had hip opened occasionally but. Very occasion ally. He was never excitable when one or two nips were aboard and was quite sure he coi ild manage Drunken men in a Small country town. S ,5 ,.jf v the . You. Admit you. Are addicted to drink. The . Well that s b juju d matter to answer. A Vervone who drinks might be termed addicted to it i suppose i Anil for t have a whisky occasionally. T. Or. M Donald i was just going to say that certainly i am. ? continuing in answer to the ser Geant witness stated that seven of Bis family were going to live at the hotel. I. The . The hotel will want extra accommodation then. The sergeant can you say How Many rooms there Are available for the Public at the hotel the witness did not answer ? and plaintiff s solicitor answered ."16." tile sergeant this is Only evidence from the ? table the witness does t m Donald i la soon prove it to the sergeant do you want me to prove the Sun is shining outside in reply to the ., witness said he never made a fool of himself through drink. Henry 6. Spencer merchant. And mayor of Narrabri said he had known Davis for some 20 years and consid ered him an industrious and hard working Farmer in fact far Mer in the District. The . Pity Vozare losing him. / ,.j or. M Donald it will be of Infra s gain and our witness. Said he had never seen Davis drunk and he saw him two or three times a week. To the sen Serjeant he had never seen Daris under tiie .infl,aence." to fitness had never ? observed1 him., however leaving town. H ? / Herbert i Walker att Tione a re siding at Narrabri said he bad known Davis for 18 7-years, and was brought into Contact with him frequently. Davis s character was beyond reproach As far As can Mereial dealings were concerned fie had never seen Davis drunk but had ? two or. Ebreo times noticed Bim i in such state the drink id not get in Bim crossway but made him rather Jovial. 1. ? to the sen sergeant darts was what he would Call a . ? the p would Canon Joyca think so laughter. this closed the1 applicant s Case. Sub inspector Butler stationed at Isar an deposed to knowing the applicant for about two years. As regards sobriety. Tie would Sav that Davis was considerably addicted to drink. Daris passed i witness s place on the Way horned from town and he was invariably under the in when in. Such a condition be was of and excitable nature. In witness s opinion As an officer of Long experience dans was not a proper person to Jarold a hotel License.1 ? to or. M Donald Hie was fre wently away from Narrabri on ? inspecting duties. He. Would. Not Call. Davis a Drun Cara. Apart from Tak Job a too a numb there wis Noth ing. Else against Davis. W m Donald Madean eloquent tothe,.Bench ii favours of his re Iii giving Juteth Aid if sorry that Csc 4 a by. Davis was to business. This Starett uts pm we not publicans added his. Vuk Orr no. Or dans also had a sin by who would be associated with a Public Bona instead of being on theland. However in. This Case be thought the. Transfer should a. An Sarder was made according to a Bax. Before or. G. A in. l a stranger pleaded being drunk ill Beardy Street Flie previous Naglit. It was Jii first of Fence. He was fined a coloured gentleman,./ieho the arresting Constable stated was at Fine time a tracker in the police Force Piid was at present on a How As Motet in. A similar Rara Johnt for a like offence. To a " \ Vij t Mathew Byron 1t� charged with being drunk in Dumaresq Street the previous night and also with using indecent language on. The same Occa Lysio n v ? /1 f in pleading guilty to both charges the delinquent stated that lie had been drinking lately and had gone clean out of his the . Ton Are incorrigible . ? the . Tuere att tune preg rious convictions against in Arrandale. He was going round tie Ujj Jshii trying to collect the. Ampton tvs of. A Fine and got dry Njo an tie. No a the. Had collected a Fine of 20s or Sevet Days was inflicted for the drunkenness and.�3 or one month for the 1anguae," i hotel transfers. " a Transfer of the License of 1 i. New England hotel from Jas. Atic Irater tojas.?. Messes. J. -.p. Claverie and h. Weaver appeared for ? the respective partie6ir- i y ? a the adjourned application of a. A Lappan for a Transfer of us of tatter Ball s Honcel any to f a. Davis was then called. In iii8 Case the licensing to the. Transfer. The Lam inti Inaten that he to Jold prefer sine f a he other licensing Wapstra the to St on tie Bench and suggested an adjournment Mitil mfr. Jack Yafim a a Tehedr hrs Hilton adj of Tiarra Bri who apr to each a for Divis pointed dirt that he brought witnesses Frt m new rabbi. land Appi cations were 6 local lands. Office Dur flog week a Ding wednesday vast i Johnson and a. Ditto conflict Ngap Ujj Mirk ii i i Xvi Xyz a pub snit a a Seren i cafe were Fri thin s2ibk.tbe right a sack fear bang Inear Gelgand a one a Jast week the Little daughter a f air.-. I Arr Cleaver had Awin Kerful. Escape from death the thigh. A Tatlier Lead been using f # pea Rifle and the Birds in Wije Carden and Brouch Tihe weapon to Bei Onse loaded. A Sod of ten. \ picked it lip. And. fired at. The Afefe Hov five 7 ? a Bullet entered tie Point of her nose traversed the s top -5 and Bottom jaw on ii he right Side. Splintering Flo arid knocking a tooth out of the other Canad finally lodged a the Muscles of Tho Back of 4 the neck. She was taken to Gilg Anidra. A there a a my ctr fattened i the a Little girl cd Oife Zirair attest. Re 1 port. A is of i v i Alton. Ass i ?14 was id hos Wal Bui Fennie Ikhi. Tens be Hill fcliiiib6d a v tiie look upon it after nuts. ? the. of monday ,.sthsbecl Bis a ttekhistac8f tuen3c�ic-Torecover j�3000 damages is sep sea u 11. Defendant and leg to Ianc Smriti of assaulted Lamyrl a gel of Fidenco to Ylio Dif i Jiff a big cd Toni Meha my a gift Inirio drunk of of Bettj no bad ? he rfcs very i tool Ettfer jtanirf4ii�-1ntinftge in 1 Dos gigs a Fer str so re full Cost it at in Bis was no Sable in Ali in was. A Tah defend it to tabs Sel Noodt with webs fired a -k1anv charge a Liim _. I Aliis the ibo Spital a month a 3iis Eye plaintiff �1000cdamisjvv " 1 sieves a itt Victoria to Teugh la urine a in Idaess Hooper. Aud Canara Oji a 3 of cont3mins we the map Zyk -. T e l e Era m s. Sydney tucs Dav state Coal mine. Or. Eden says his officer in covered government a r state. Mono a a is As Everk storm. A severe storm occurred at Cliffs. Several houses were Down and great damage done. " mishap to the destroy is owing to serious defects to a steering gear the visit of to he troyes to Sydney has. Been Ifor the present. Oba Pursuit of a a bul damage to trucks. Eighteen loaded. Trucl represent we a weight of-300 tons. Craod to the dead end of the Castlemaine St Hon. Considerable damage is done but Aio one. Was injure. Alleged conspiracy. Be few Vvs commenced at the a police court in c0d. Section with the charge of alleged up incl ,e-1 e we resp Etc a the Bourke of Boris senior ital Aier Asl v the aseged murder of Lexander Esmond at Bourke Ira commenced at the tort tjs0 le5 is a new 10 Vett title in Edn he p Ead feeding. A Edee is it fatal fire. I "9, fire this. Morning at a g�"?1�. Mabel Patten to do Eathod 8 year v a City fire. »j�5?w$llt,3es a feb were?i6i by this Mora i into la

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