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Bathurst Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bathurst, New South Wales flings wednesday june 23, 15 20. Uu1 a Ali general Light Snow at Oberon oar Boron correspondent Tole to Mph Kirin Sot in yesterday it Yoou did registered sixty five Points. Sgt to. Hitow is falling tins morning. Marshall s Tamba Roora Gold. Mines . Marshall s Tani Bahoora Gold mines , Hill end is being floated in Sydney to take Over a property Situ ated at the Northern end of the Hill pm Goldfield comprising a number of Wolt known Cany claims. The nominal capital is �15,000 in 100,000 shares of 3s each of which 40,000 shares paid up to 2s each will be issued together with �1000 in Cash to the Vendor and 50.000 contributing1 shares arc offered for Public subscription Whilo 10,000 shares Are hold in Reserve. The provisional directors Aro messes. W. B. Fairfax v j. Pct skin and T. Burnett of Sydney and i Lessert. Alex and w. A. J. Marshal of Hill end. Renown sailing saturday. Sydney. Wednesday. . Renown is expected to leave Sydney Harbor on saturday for West Australia. The Flap sir Anutt Nii a i i a ? Cruiser Melbourne accompanied by several destroyers Are scheduled to leave for West Australia on monday morning. The Cruiser Brisbane Cayes Sydney on Friday for Newcastle in connect i Tion with the Prince of Wales visit at that port. heavy wind a regular Hurricane blow ovo. In Thui st Dur nig li0 Igol. No consider Able damage was reported to Day bu1 11 number of Sheds and lighter i Hiltl Ings lost shoots of Iron while heir and there fencing and tree s were Kjof can town. . Dance ? the second fortnightly dance on ducted by tiff1 Bat West. Big such of. The . Will to held in thu Mas onic Itell to Morrow night. The cause it a Good one and dancers Are assured of a Good time. Personal news was received on Bathurst to Duy of the death of ill. George Keno formerly Woll known in Bathurst. Or. If Nim for a put Mai a red pcs is. A. Webb and co Branch store in Kip poll Street and later on joined the George Street establishment. On going to Livo at Vaucluse or. Kane joined the firm of Manous Clarice with whom to was employed at the time of his Dcarr. White in Bathurst re took an Active interest in Church of England affairs. At double Bay he was superintendent of the. Church of England sunday school. Deceased was 54 years of age his illness being of Only a few Days duration. The cause of do Atli. Novaa pneumonia. He leaves 4, to sons oud a daughter to mourn his loss. His Sisters in Bat Hurt arc t. Hartlund a. Bill to. Smith and f. Hickey. At a meeting of the Bathurst foot Ball league u.\.-. Night it was stated that Lisper Smith Bai Hurst s by giant full Back would be unable to play the Gamo again. Smith broke a blood vessel while playing in Sydney at the beginning of the month. Extreme regret was expressed by be e Gates and it was decided to Send a letter of sympathy to him. Or. Robert Webb Anthell Pioneer gone. Early Days recalled Bushranger around Bathurst the death has of Curt d at Narro mine of or. Robert Webb 61 Willo ? Bah station. Boin on the fish Lucr near Tarana in the year 1846, he was 74 years of ago at the time of his death. The late or. Webb Many years ago came to the Narromine District and together with his brother Thomas Webb hold Coll Yum and Wood lands stations. To afterwards Dis posed of Woodlands to or. Bonnie and then purchased Willonah. He was our of the Early pioneers of the ? Saitom Ine District and took u great part in its development and advancement. He was1 a thorough Man on the and was amongst Tho first if not the first a to engage in wheat growing in Tho far West. Deceased leaves seven cd Kidron to mourn his death. The sons arc Arthur Nar Roziine Albert Corrin Geles lie wet Kroon Sydney Esel Doo mid win Loci Villon no. a. H. Sutton Dubbo and Allen a icon find me daughters and or. H. S. Webb Dubbo is a Nephew. The womb family is a Largo and highly Ressio eted Cue ? and own most of the country Riib put Tarana and Hish juror the late or. Webb s Only brother Thomas resides at Keirston near Purana tired also a sister mrs. Austin at ? the. Crown Tarana. -., Iri Tulfo Early Days before the Trnini ?crossed0 Tho Blu mountains the late mrs. Webb Mother of deceased kept Astore at fh0 fish River. This wits in min old bus a ranging Days sri if tin1. Store was often stuck up by the , and Many a Light took Placco there to protect the goods from Tho depredations of the marauders. On one occasion the Latu or. Webb wounded one of a gang vhf stuck up the store an d of after capturing him handed him Over to the police. In Days Tho bus i wingers were very Active in. The both urst District and were said to have plants. And in the Abr Crombie a ranges which could not be found bythe police. Sent to his father murdered Man s body. Dastardly sinn fein crime. . Special. 1 London tuesday night. An atrocious crime occurred during yesterday s fighting in Londonderry. A party of armed men seized and bound a Young Soldier named Mckay who has served in France who arrived on a Holiday visit. He was proceeding to his father s House on the outskirts of the town when the sinn seiners shot him dead. They placed the body in a passing Hearse and the Driver was ordered to take it to the murdered Man s father s residence. Shooting Peom behind she l tee a party of armed men concealed be Hind railway piers in Bei Osford place Dublin fired upon a motor car con Taining or. Robert assistant inspect Tor of the general Irish constabulary and three Cou Tab les. The occupants returned the lire. Roberts was shot in the head and the Driver was wounded in both legs to is believed that both Are out of danger. Moke shooting shooting was renewed in London Derry Early this morning. Three men were shot two seriously. Sniping continues at the Waterside. Applying the screw Germany s peace terms Side step. France Cains her Point. . Special Paris. Tuesday night. The Echo de Paris states that m. Millerand at the conference of. Allied leaders gained the essential Lio int that if Germany did not scr ont by pay the amounts ? owing the allies should seize Gorman customs and impound the Revenue with further territorial occupation. Marshal Foch states that 15,000 guns yet remain to be destroyed. Allies fix indemnity. The inter Allied conference at Bou Logne has fixed the German indemnity at a minimum of ,�150,000,000 yearly or a total of 4,506,000,000. Tho Paris news paper be Temps slates that the payments will extend Over 37 years and that the total will be Over ,�6,000,000,000. Massacre of japs demonstrators condemn government. Hunting for the president. . Special Tokio. Tuesday night. 5 Twenty thousand demonstrators Voricl corned the government for the recent massacre of japanese troops at the Nikolai desk by the bolsheviks. The crowd attempted to reach the residence of the president in order to demand his resignation but the police dispersed them. The speakers i new rates demanded. Conference of parties. Sydney. Wednesday. The executive Council of the australian workers Union has just concluded a special session at which a number of matters of importance were decided. The president or. By Alveley , stated that a motion had been carried expressing the opinion that the rates of pay for shearing should be at least those recently gazetted for the Queensland pastoral Industry. At present the Industry a working under a. Federal arbitration court award under which the rates Aro As follow a shearers 30s per 100 shed hands ,�3 per week and keep Cooks mini mum�3 i2s pressers1, ,�5 and keep. The new Queensland rates Are a shearers �2 per 100 shed hands ? �.1, 10s and keep Cooks ,�5 As , ,�5 10s and keep. We ? have said or. Blakeley asked the graziers association which covers the graziers in Victoria South Australia and new South Wales to. Meet us in conference on this matter on july 6 next or. Blakeley added that the Union had no intention of resorting to strike or any other action in order to secure the request put for Ward on behalf of the members. The Union s policy was one of conciliation and arbitration As opposed to direct action. He said it was not True that Sheds would not be allow eco to Start unless the new rates suggested were paid. Blayney tragedy verdict of acquittal Sydney. Wednesday. Evidence was concluded yesterday at the Central criminal court before or. Justice Pringjr in the Case in which Ghriston her Fowler was charged with having on March a at Hobby s Yards near Blayney Feloni Ousby murdered Wil Liam Jones. At the conclusion of the Crown Case Fowler from the deck said that he was innocent of the charge and All his statements to the police were True. ?. After a Short retirement the jury returned a verdict of not guilty and accused was discharged. Bet Kenness on. Trains a new has ? Tjoen. Issued by Tho railway commissioners giving mation Maslovs Power to prevent Uny no son int Possession of Lff Nior from in Eringi a railway Carriage. The Regula Tion Wim framed to moot the complaints by Pusso Igo is of the Ara Royance and discomfort they were frequently sul to by passing cars who we re under Uio of liquor. A passenger under the influence of tar Pik was Mal not .�?-.- .?.-? 3 ? uffliu.-. ? Vivo Uylss Amyot i cattle hurl a . In i and to Canada. 20 the Jap menace California scared governor s letter to White House. Drastic legislation pending. . Special new York tuesday night. A report from states that governor Stephens of California has addressed a letter to or. Colby Secretary of state As follows a while California harbours no animosity towards the japanese people the state of California does Mot wish the japanese to Settle within its Bor Ders. The japanese population in the state is now 87,279, and California views with alarm the rapid growth of the population of japanese and their control of the and foresees in the not Distant future the gravest menace and most serious conflict it this development is not immediately and effectively stopped the government urges that imme Diate negotiations should be Begum with Japan in order to make the exist ing immigration agreement As rigor Ous As possible. Japanese protest anticipating the new Law . Special Washington. Tuesday night. Japan has lodged Kan informal pro test with the Stato department against the proposed californian legis lation prohibiting the ownership or leasing of Jand by the japanese. official circles fear com plications should. The Las a pass. The Wool Issue Australia and Britain. Or. Hughes takes up the argument. . Special London tuesday night. The Yorkshire Post states that or. Hughes prime minister of Australia has resumed direct communication with the British government with regard to Wool. The government hag requested cer Tain information and the position re Mains unaltered pending or. Hughes reply. Country butchers a new award. The main conditions. The latest Issue of the government Gazette contains a new award cover ing the. Employees in the retail butchering business in the country. The main conditions Are a the week s work shall not. Exceed 52 hours per week during the months from november ? to March inclusive and 48 hours per week from april to october inclusive distributed Over six Days As follows a november to March a monday to thursday 6 . To 5 . Friday 6 to 6 . Satui Lay 6 . To 1 . April to october a monday to Friday 6 . To 4.30 . Saturday 6 . To 12 noon. Wages / the minimum wage per week shall be As follows a All showmen except those provided for hereunder Small woodsmen and Salter 4 is shop men in charge of a shop or Branch shop .�4 14s Shopman and Slaughter Man �4 14s order Man and assistant �4 is of order Man and Carter �3 17s beef Carter a 19s cutting cart Man ,�4 19s. Ca urls. A the minimum. Rate of pay. For All casual labor shall be As Fol lows a for the first four Days ? of the Veek 17s 6d per Day Friday 20s per Day saturday 20s per Day Friday and saturday inclusive but must be. Notified before starting time of Fri Day.35s. Apprentices. In shops one apprentice shall be allowed to an employer or firm of employers and one additional apprentice to every three journeymen employed ? ? provided that two of such employees Are in receipt of not less than �4 is 6d per week. All apprentices shall be properly indentured for a term of five years provided that a boy May serve a pro pation of not More than three months which term shall if he is afterwards apprenticed count As part of his term. The wages of apprentices shall be Asj follows a first year �1 10s second year �2 third year �2 10s fourth year �3 fifth year �3 to. An employer who employs not less than two men shall be entitled to one improver. Wages a first year �2 second year �2 15s third year ,�3 17s. Any employee starting As an improver shall be entitled after having completed twelve months service with top dog Chili s strengthened Navy. Sale of British warships. . Special new York tuesday night. According to a message from Ayres diplomatic circles con Sider that the Purchase by Chili of three warships from Britain an indication that the Tacna Arica dispute which has been menacing South american peace will speedily be settled. The vessels will give Chili such naval superiority that Peru it is believed will be compelled to accede of Chili s demands. The big slump. Heavy losses feared. Washington tuesday night. Representatives of several Wool growers and dealers association have asked for the immediate release of the Industry from the Federal Reserve Board. They Point out that the sudden drop in prices from 65 cents to 20 cents per la with few buyers threat ens heavy losses to the producers. Royal commission Soldier settlement admin1s Bation argument at . Inquiry Sydney. Wednesday. Or. Mack to Day asked Tho Public Burvice Board which is engaged in the inquiry into the administration of the Soldier settlement Branch of Trio lands department to adjourn inde finitely As a Royal commission was about to be appointed to go More deeply into the matters. The Board s Powers were not adequate in dealing with the . Bathgate objected that the going before a Royal commission would place his client or. Mie Oogan of the lands department in an awk Ward position. He would prefer the Board to Complete the matter. The chairman said to would like to proceed so far As Mcgoogan and Irish were Conte orned. After some argument or Bathgate withdrew his objection. The members of the Board then conferred and decided to go no further Vith the matter so far As it affected Bryant but to Deal flip matters affecting Meg Ocean Irish and Bex. M. Mack then declined to take any further action in connection with Tho inquiry. Tho Board refused to adjourn at his request and proceeded with the in Quiry. Organised gang cloth thieves in the o1ty inter state operations Sydney. . A Chris Headquarters Aro of opinion that an organised gang of thieves i i engaged in the raids on tailors Anil mercers shops in Sydney. The gang is probably working with agents in other states and Macli y is believed to be Goin of a Eros the Borders. Several fresh robberies were Rotor Ted this morning. More pay claimed . Engine Drivers proposed six hours Day Simoney. Wednesday. Compehos Sivo claims for intr Etsoe pay and conditionshav0 been Janado by the Federated engine Drivers and firemen s association now South Wales Branch. The claims it is stated apply to Alc employers in. New South Wales including the con i mining Industry. Tho proprietors already have considered in and rejected them on the ground thai the Coal mines Are controlled by Tho Fedora government and the proprietors arc unable to giant increases. The federation demands v six hours Day inclusive of meal time or a 30 hours of seek excepting in the Caso of men employed underground for whom 80 hours still constitute a week s work these hours in it asked still feel us. All time occupied in raising steam ont banking fires etc., Ami include an allowance of half an her per Day for shift or crib.-. ? \ the rates of pay a skid Range from �8 is of per. Week for engine Drivers who have sometimes or always to Huml human beings to �7 15s 6d for Ostlid drive a a Crane Drivers �7 2s go st clip Waggon Drivers �7 15s gel traction or Road roller Drivers �7 9s, steam in vies �8 2s, Winch Drivers from .67 2a of to �7 9s, Drivers of stationary engines from �7 2s id to �7 9s, Notor Drivers or attendants �0 16s to �7 0s. The weekly rates asked for firemen Range from �0 3s to a 5 6s Juji nor online cleaners trimmers Etc �6 boiler cleaners a 5 is. It i. Set out that Elvese Are base Vatt a and still apply to the common wealth of Australia excepting puch places As Are situated More than 20 Miles distant.-. From Tho in vital City of state or place s where no Accomma duty ii exists for the housing and Vul Hillin Jef of e mrs Moyees. In such place an additional �1 per week is Ilem ruled clipping their wings ms1. P. Pay raising powe12s Ragga. . Branch of the Farmers und settlers association has Pun Horl a Resolution congratulating Tho country party on having voted against me recent increase in a Federal mom hers salaries. The Branch has also adopted 11 re solution for submission to the annual general conf Ere Nice urging consideration of Thyl advisable ass of making pro vision to prevent Federal Memnon irom raising their on a Aries. First old movement footballers support practical sympathy with the newly formed Branch of st. John Lance association was demonstrated by the Bathurst football Lea True last night when it was decided to vote �5 to the funds. ? a communication was received from the Secretary of the movement bring ing under notice of members the fix my of a Public meeting for thursday night for enrolment. ? or Hazel expressed ? himself As heartily in favor of the movement. It was one which was badly wanting in moved that 1 is be voted to the Branch. He would also give 5s himself. Or. Walk Ely said that �5 would be More reasonable. At present prices �1 is would not go far. He moved an Amend Eriv that �5 be voted to the Branch. Or. Wallace seconded the Amend ment. ? or. J. Fish said it would be better to vote .�1 is now and later on hold a Benefit match which would return a skater sum. ? ? ? the amendment was Garried. Sander s Euca Lyyti Xis. Tract the unequalled Somody Fot colds Chest troubles headache Indi Noa tinn. Theiinin.tiam. Sander s expo and a half Nilow of rms Iso Ein general lockout probable in Melbourne. Industrial War racing. Melbourne wednesday. The Industrial War in Melbourne is at its height. The trades Hall disputes committee u Bush with a conference with vital sections of the transport unions and what sinister move will result has yet to be Spon the chamber of manufactures re presenting the opponents 01 tic trades Hall is mustering its forces for a counter stroke. There is considerable talk of a general lockout and already that strategy has been applied to one Sec icon of the trades Hall committees Call ing out of Timber workers in certain Mills where the employers had re placed strikers with other unionists or were using Oil engines to carry on has led to an inequitable situation in the Timber Trade. Some Mills Are closed Down while others not being directly Alcied by the strike have been Able to continue working. The Timber merchants As a whole have therefore determined on a lockout. Employees were Given a week is notice last thursday and All Timber Mills in Victoria will accordingly be closed Down from Tours at a meeting of the chamber of manufactures last night the action of the Timber merchants was endorsed. This led to the question of a general lockout by All sections of manufactures. It was decided on the suggestion of a leading member of the e executive however that the matter should be first considered by each Section of the employers., and. Afterwards by a Gen eral conference of All sections. The matter is therefore in abeyance or awhile. Showground sensation fatal shooting of woman. Husband charged with murder. A Side show tragedy. Sydney. Wednesday. George Lopes Dias was placed on trial at the Central criminal court to Day on a charge of having murdered his wife Tulia Dias. Or. Coyle in outlining the Case said that the shooting took place tat the Royal show on easter monday the woman dying directly from her wounds. The accused had not been living with his wife t but both were engaged in the Side show business. On easter monday lie visited the show and had a conversation with his wife who was part proprietress of an a Ray show. Angry words passed Between tie two and when the woman turned to go Back into the Booth Dias fired two shots from the revolver. Both taking effect. A. The woman Lay on the ground he fired another at her. One of the bullets entered a lung and the woman died shortly after wards. After evidence the jury returned Verdi guilty Ana diag was sentenced to death. On hearing the sentence he turned to the judge and remarked thank you sir 1 the churches social problems. Melbourne. Wednesday. A conference of ministers of Reli Gion representing All denominations was held in the Independent Church to consider ? the present social out look. It was decided that the Heads of churches and members of the inter Church conference continuation. Com Mittee should meet and consider any question which was dividing the Community ? such the present strike and if deemed advisable arrange a conference with the leaders of the disputing parties. After the conference if the Heads of churches and the committee believed that the ethical Issue was Clear they would be empowered to make a Public pronouncement or bring the matter before a full conference of ministers of metropolitan of lurches with a View to a Public statement being issued. ? a. The proposals Are to be. Submitted for ratification to the next inter Church conference to be held next August. Object onto a referee member of competing club. The tahs1 opposition. Or. W. Robinson Delegate of the fwd Fatah club1 on the Bathurst foot Ball league was outspoken Las t night in the subject of referees. He ?.?Tola delegates that his club since 1914 had always objected to play under or. Mcnamee s control. Or. Mcnamee was a Mem Eif the Jold boys club which May l further Lessen their chances of getting j ustice. Or. Fish said the remarks were an insult. ? ?.or. Robinson moved that no Mem Ber or supporter of any club should be allowed to referee a match in which he was interested. V ? or. Fish objected to the motion. As a matter of fact he said it was contrary to the Constitution of the. League. ? or. O Neill said or. Man sme had insulted the league himself. He had ignored the Bell at the last match. An. Amendment was subsequently carried that the Secretary should secure an outside referee to Umpire the match Between old boy Sand Wara tags. ? i ?. He d squeal soy Era crops in this District were making headway previous to the late Rains ? which Wil Croft in them and give Promise of a Harvest in Spile of All that we have been up against Dur ing the Fow previous months says the Zollio correspondent of the Gilgandra weekly. No wonder Tho holders Are considered Tho bus fcb ond of the country they Aro certainly Mon of grit Pati onco and pors Vorence and Are not the grumbles that the More fortunate City fo5k think they Are god help the Day Chap if the Man ouse Latuli should turn him or his Indus tries Down and cease his productive wha Meta Butts no bins rain Good general palls torday7skbpobt Jurther. General ? rain a Ell Duy 1 g yesterday and last Pught and. For the. 24 hour ended Isi of clock this Moronk. Tho following registrations were of tuft ally recorded a. Gulong. ? ? ? ? f Carcoar ? Morri Iwa. 45 Coziah ? a Coon Barabra ? Star Ana. ? Koc Kloy ? -j2 Gro fell ? ? ? mud Geo of Bathurst ? v Blayney. G Cassius ? ? ? j3 Cowra ? Bourke ? i Coon Amble a 1 Dubbo ? 32 Orange ? a Forbes ? 12 Hay ?. 29 Hill end ? to non inn ?20 Parks ? a. -i1 til ? i a Wellington. In ? -0 Cobar. .-.v, ? ? 13 ? it football Bathurst league. The Lithgow trip. Or. W. Kearns. Vice president pre sided at a meeting of the Bathurst football league held at Heath s cafe last. Night. Or c. of the league s selectors asked Why the players selected to go to Lithgo did not make the trip he stated that Only about four a Grade and several b Grade players fulfilled the engagement for the two matches. It was most disappointing to the selectors who spent till Midnight selecting the teams. Or. O Neill said he found at the last moment that the team would not so to seemed willing to make the trip to Lithgow and he thought it better to carry out that course than to let the fixture lapse. Warta is agreed to play the metropolitan team in Bathurst. Or. Fish stated on behalf of the old boys glub that two teams had been sent to the country. As the club had failed to have one player selected out of a quota of six then it was hardly to be expected that seven would be chosen out of a team of thirteen. Or. E. Hughes referee that some players placed club football before District football. Or. W. Robinson said a certain amount of loyalty was Aue to the Lea gue by the clubs but that loyally should be reciprocated. He favored the sacrificing of the match with bal main in order to get on with the Competition. The chairman said the league owed an apology to Lithgow for the poor team son t Down. Or. J. Green who had been manager of the Lithgow trip was so that he inti mated his intention to resign from committees. Lic Naimi Law a Point in boo Duke fixed or floating valuations. unusual and somewhat Enmor raising Point was sprung on Rippli ninth for removals and their profess ional representatives at Tho mud Reo licencing court by the chairman of he court or. Walter Scott . The police papers in an application in led showed the Nett annual rental value of the House to be �162, whilst the application for the renewal of ills was based on an annual assess ment of �145. The difference was of in Portano because in the one Case Tho in Onse fee would be �25 on the other �20.-.?.? the chairman of the court demand & some vide no or particulars of the Tower value set up whilst or. Mcwhor son who appeared for the applicant contended hat As the valuation of �145 to which the value had Boon re Ducco following six o clock closing in March 1917 had been accepted by Lio successive licensing courts and a Vns not Noy Cha legged by the police or objected to by them it should be adopted without question. A . Said that the position lie Oak or was Liat yen r by year evid or Tab or particulars of in Lunation Given to the Lemourt by applicants or their professional rope Skirta k valuation was not a thin that could Bei allowed to go Uii Questi Onod and As a matter of course year by year for Ever. On the contrary it was a matter for annual consideration ?.possibly _ of annual readjustment. There might m Tho course of a Yea rho such substantial repairs made to Ahouse As. Would radically Affect its Vatu Ana perhaps toll appreciably the License s favor in the , sur acc premiums were not unchangeable. In any Caso he court was onh led o Havo som offing by Ftfe in Llly Way of evidence As Tel Fiton annl assessed value and he for his part would insist that it had Hafl i Kai 1 a contrary custom an in in the court for a Fieast 1 challenges and of Ptg by i be chairmen of Tho court for All that Lillo or. Smut snid that however Lone lie practice had been in Vogue it was it. Ronij practice and not in Achord nun was Tho Polico report of the Nett Momal value of the House which my i Jeffi 2,, absent of a or. M pliers on said Tho Chirk and jut w a th0 court won a Wool w position that the value of �145 so v the court last yen. , Ini the Tofting is of in met and that Hec ii min bythe Recor so of 0 of Hon c0 1 l not a a of Sanco reaching settlement the Melbourne st Hub Melbourne wednesday sit i Union officials concerned in the a Gine Drivers and Fremon s strike afternoon that 120 private end a ers tool agreed to concede th0 Man Den minds and that work was being e sued at Tho shops concerned. The turf Kensington Pony races. To Day s eestj1ts ? Sydney wednesday Maiden Handicap five furlongs and a half ?. ,. First division. Do trim 8.6 ? Pinata 8.9tolona 8.0 ? other starters Utalka lady rate Vickers Virny red Gable a Raymer = Irish , Ranee projillo insouciance. Retting 7 to 4 v the Winner. Second division. Fla Villier 9 ? t Oilskin 7. 11 ,. 3 Silver Savin 7. 10.3 other starters Mont Bell lady demos Fum Gator old a Ujj luxurious similarity True shot Fei lows hip Byng. Betting 6 to 4 ?.? the Winner. Third division. Jewess Light 7.7 ? t Gobbo 7.7 ? 3 Sortor 7.7. G Othni starters pop off pad nor Almaretta Pennyworth Caranay sir Eaton White veil tick tacks lady Suire. Betting 7 to 4w4hciywinncr 14.0 Handicap. Piso furlongs. Honeymoon7.0 ? 1 Mabel Foote 8. 83 miss Bruce 10.3 ? 3 other starters Little Argyle Cissick s., lady Bruce footprint break past the sister smart lad up and Down dream lass Arabella. Little Mimer Nance Natan. Betting 20 Edvi the Winner. Flying Handicap. Five furlongs and a half. First division. Tiu kit 8.5 ? 1 shekel 9.6 ? a ? ? i Bundarra a 3 a Othef starters lord Ballantrae education. Ministre. Happy band Kiowa Cerise colors Collareta Laura Brown presage Felix Nella Orra by Patsol. Betting 10 to 1 v the Winner. Second. Division. Currency 7.10 ? 1 association7t7 ? 2 Bonne Chance 7.12 3 other ,.�.tarterst Ethel Bayfield sir Clarence a Utke Fordi lord disgrace Blarney cattle lord Rector time payment l own shades Digger Ora Lea Soreano sir Arev betting s to 1 v the Winner. Third division. Stimulation 7.7 ? 1 1 Millie s7.72 1 crimp 7.7 ?3 other starters free gun Vhyva Riki Palmera Down Juallah troide , Beryl Jean Diab Lerie. Be a info. 4 to in i4. Jhanb Cap. Five furlongs and a half. Overlee 7.7j ? 1 Faugh a Ballagh 2. Plowy Blackwell .7.33 other starters Orfan red Tri Angle tres Blic Royal Ruby Ellin a Prince elect Loch tay. Betting. 5 to 1 v the Winner. ? ? Novice welter Handicap. Ono Milo. First division. Poss,,8.7 ? ? rejected8.5\. A amino s.7 ? 3 other starters mucilage Westfield drum fire Hanko Fredbo baritone Manolie Mal Leila subscriber an nettie1 betting 4 to 1 v the Winner. Second division. Earl car 8.0. Y ? a Daisy l., 8o. ,. 3. Garonne 8.0 3 other starters lord Bee lady by plane Nell Ray Sookoo Queen 0 the Marsh Bright Ray. Thirlus Knight Rene Golden. Sands pm i Hiu. ?. A betting 7 i6 to v the e Winner. 14.2 Handicap 5 ten Longs. Pivot division. Vinco Leld 7.11 ? l Lilli Pii i 7.12 i ? 2 past Ornel 7.12 ? ? 3othor starters Madam boric Star performer Orfan Essio Balfour Stan Field say botting3 to.v.,the Winner. J seb Oaid division. ? Brudnoy ?. 7.7 ? Gool Jim 7.7 ? 2 Fairfield 7.7 ? j other starters Lucy Al sync dam Pirie i first morn do Kornman Bessie a master eix. .-j3.etting 3. To 1 v. The Winner. Closer settlement. A Jet by. Wednesday. The state Cabinet to Day dec Fri on the recommendation of its a. Advisers to appoint a Royal commis Sion to go into the whole question 01 close settled sent. ,. Heavy Tram traffic. Sydney wednesday six and a a carried on to a Sydney trams Dunro Prince s saturday s match the Nawi arranged for s?tur0n with bal Nainis off a Vul received to Day cancelling Tho a it is prob Oil Flint Warta is win a a meet old a i on that Day the weather to Day s forecast reads be a no Osborn half Cloudy Els Hitri a f or Tow rain on the o to blog a slopes cold Wost winds Thongt my grf
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