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LATE SPORT. KEMBLA GRANGE RACES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

LATE SPORT. ? -*? ? n — KEMBLA GRANGE RACES. ? SYDNEY. TucUdav. Follow ins; arc the resuilt-s of the Keui bia tirange iiue.»: — Flying Handicap: Obvious 1. Kald liuto 2, Omaha 3. 'Winner, o to -I on. ii ? 'i --v two lengths. Time. i.l4i. Maiden Handicap-: Kilinarnock 1, Oboide 2 Scotchlighi 3. Wiunor evens. \Yf»i by three lengths. Time ].]5J'. Juvenile Ilandicap: Charavari 1, Oneo' Cai-Mien '2 t\[aitanuio 3. ^yi11' nei'j 9 to 2. ^Von by n length. Time, oj -ccontU. - .rumpors' Flat Race: HaXsty Mo munts 1. Aukl Jock 2, l'orsic 3. Winner '-- J. 'Won by four lengths. Time, 2.11. iMsmbla Handicap: B.tldpate 1, S.e -?? ~-2 _.A1hw.(, H. Wi'iner 'i t-- 1. AVon by threequarters of a length. Time, 1.-10. I Welter Handicap: Hecate 1 Lord ' AVnlla 2. Sir Bobtidl 3. Winucj-, 10 to 1. Won by half a length. Time. l.lo. j

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SEASON'S WHEAT. What Railways Will Have to Handle. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

NEW SEASON'S WHEAT. ? What Railways i Will Have .to Handle. SY-DNEY, Tuesday. Tlie Raihvfcy Department estimotes ol new season's wheat to be .carried will' amount to 32,250,000 bushel? and 'with | tbe held-c.ver wheat there .will be alto- i '?cthor about 02,000,000 bushels to i handle. The officers of the Dep».vtment state , there 6 re am^lo t'aoilit.'es for carrying it1 nn the rin'''vavs. The only oroblem pre senting difliculties is that of shipping.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEAT GUARANTEE. WHY 3/ WAS DECIDED ON. "Somewhere Near a Fair Sum to Grower." Minister's Statement. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

WHEAT GUARANTEE. ' — ? ^ — ? WHY 3/ WAS DECIDED ON. 'Somewhere Near & Fair Sum to Grower.' Minister's Statement. SDNEY. Tud&day. The Minister for bandy, replying to the contention tha.t more than 3/ a busu el for wheat should be guaranteed next season said the question of a higher atl v&nce 'was considered at the Premiers Conference, but taking into consideration shipping, and the unlimited range oC freight charges it was decided that 3/ a bushel delivered at country stations while not claimed to be a highly re-. miuneretiye ? rate was somewhere 'ear « fa'r sum to the grower. The Minister added that while the - Plates undertook 'bir guaiantP'- with thr\ | backing of the Commonwealth it must be recognised there were other sections ol' the community entitled to considera tion . ' The representatives of the Govern- ^ ment realised the risk of even u 3/ ' guarantee which represented about 3/6 j f.o.b., but agreed to the guarantee real ising the necessity lor whea...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

. ISON'S PICTURES. At tho above pictuio'palkco to-day ab 3 p.m., also Lo-night atr '8.30 o'clock,' William Pox piescnti Beuty Nansen m the New' Yoik «?£age succc&S) 'Shcn'.ldi :i Mother Toll,' a five-paa-b da-amatic photo play by Ro-.. Ingram. Jn addition to this fcipewal ieatuio a full supporting pi 051 ammo will bo soieened. The man igeinon't anftouncet, that) to 'Bit now, FhuiocLir. at 3 30, Jes&o L. I^KEkji, pre sents Blanche Sweet in 'Thp h'°citit Ui chard,' a picturisation oi Ghanning ? -iii ^k'1- |)lay ot the same name, foun ed 011 the novel ot Alice and ICgciton Jastle Jt is a pictwo iMth a tumoii lous lesson, fiee fipm pictoual bcrmon -sing ''Rile Secret Oictiard' at-u-tled the theatrical 'world: JPictuiiEcd it was fondemaed l-j' the Pennsylvanian censors. Tesso L Lai-ky .ippealed and won the H011 John M. Pattei-son, /' m iJigs^ng' judgment, said 'To bar its, theme foi sin ,unipunishcd Tfould keep some of the* \vorld'& sioatest1 literatuie' fiom moti...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT Tha Qtuii teily L'censirg Couif wa& held yesceidav betoiD'vthe{'P'!M», Mr. II. V Robcits and Me1- is, J. Denhjng and K. A Stan field - 'Die inspector lepoited tliafth'e licon sjd houses in the distiitt «eie' well con ducted and in good oi del ,? ONtept jii, one -);? two cati°s in ^ which notices ta effect is] !''s. had boon seived

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WERRIS CREEK CASE. Alleged Stealing from a Dwelling. Man Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

J : Ferris' cREEk /case.' - Aliped; Sftallhyihjitr a- dWelirng1: {.^liianf Committed' for 'trial . At' tile, Tmnwoith Policy Couit on Tueadh^.'rb&oie M? - H1 if- 'ftcoeits-, iJ.iU-'. -Vecil James G-lboit «-i!5 char«uit with stealing titjm a d^ollng .it Wcnib Vi'OBK'jfrt -y# About, DacoTihci 13th laibtj on«'voiilmoud('.'piie*gortl so\'«i-iigiii cn--e aud^pjae golu Wnvdoiuir piecfr,,,ot a total vaUifc' of filOii tJfc-,l-rtfBci,ty of Tfm'otliy \ Pitiiok Rpwtim - , ? , - ^ Acciiv.t'd'-'applted-'ioi ' ah, ud,(cui,nui(nir,J as1! 'his' solicitor A\as (»»ay ' T'fife'i-prjlito' 'Opposed1 tire JdiJMbjcat'wu.oiii tlio gunuid tliiit tlicy li.id ofought msvg iaijj**itnesfees Horn ,Wcui, Cieek ? 'Fjje,./P_M' wild' the cas.o wtnlld' hn\o' to go^'ltii tr.,il it thcio »ti -m\ evidence' against 'ntcusod, s.o tliav nothing -would bs *{ju1ned/i.l-y giantni' an adjournment. ' . ;,%l#, i*pJy-tia,tl)-'.P \\ accused aaid bhnt ha , §pli,cit(}i fwas in Gunnfednh 'Stei'jrt.^Sirfclali dcj)cwd Hiatjon t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

REXONA ,'? ; ( -* , Rexona, tho Rapid .Healer, ,is specially designed to meet tlie needs' 'ot suffer 'ers from Eczema and otjier Skin^'ipo ses If used in tho early stages if prom ptly heals and even the most obM'n»'ie casps will yield to persevering tronlinont jvitluB.ejfpna Price., 1/6 and, 3/. Oti i^aihable everjwliere* ''* 1 '^ ',-^'fr*« 'V'^' '' BUSINESS1 NOTICES. ' ' *' -|PT0N latest Patent (1312) GEARLESS WINDMILL anydfH^WtwImill ? VJ^™|IJIC- All working parts enclosed °saB^T7f!?rs^ ?*'?* ** * * 1 __ ? , I, |, ? in r ? ~~ '' ? -''?' ** ? ''^ 's'ViJfj.tfi. . *^'» ' *'' ****** 'rtl '*H\ Stewart and Company, ^p^njj^^^v .'r. - ? MARIUS STREET, TAMWORTH. , i -' ? ™ ' ? ' „ , s^l - , * i =rrr — '-'-wil'1' i^i 1,1' - ^ T'5 ''''/ ' ' ?'??.,. ''jl^-t. ' G K M E Nv' ' $', '',', UVIAJHAN C(lMlllSi8IOH' AGENT, ?- -lv 'lpufatn®$w$ Executed o'rf all Gavernment Licensed; Rfa^ecourses. STARTING* PRICES OBTAINED Off ALL WEEKLY EVENTS. ' IN. TIEE. *f~'~rx ;,,'., ' ,'**' '*? ' STATE; - ?- ? NO R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

? I A New Table Cover What a difference a new table cover nTTHlPl/'VyjyJV/V'P'lTl What an improvement il gives and fifSSwT ixJkJbhiLJ I how it, sets (he furniture off! tLSjgfc Vffi ffllmiJBr ~Ti We've opened another .special line of (JQ) ^0^ jffifffi .iifjw. iflm Tnpc-.rry TaWc Cover-.. - ^'^ #'?' j^X^V^L ^HL Tiicy eotne in the very Inlcbt designs tSJ^^^^ — --? ^''I^^p^** We have also opened up a now line | (y f iSl-vifl I |llill\V% of Chevillo Covers' -w.'fli Chenille JB Jyjl llji^ f Bs. H t |//(\ft Curtains to match — a really splendid il W'l ||jrV .ffli uA'wWft Tlieac are all marked at speeiiil ' vV'^Jis^^ ? -^=j.** {f^ Lf prices which will last until the' goods . yi^-i '??'«=i._ .^fc-^fy GET A NEW. TAPESTRY TABLE COVER FOR YOUR ROOM AT A SPECIAL PRICE. Tapestry Table Covers, Green, Fringed Bnd-s, 90 x 013, 17/6. ! Tape-try Table Covers, Crimson, I'-ringed Ends, 82 x 60, 18/6. | Tapcotry Table Covers. Crimson, Fringed EmK 72 x 72. 19/G. -Tapestry Table Covers, Crimson' or Greej)....

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MOTOR CYCLIST FINED. Riding on Wrong Side of the Road. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

MOTOR CYCUST FINED. Riding on Wrong Side of the Road. At the TnmiworiJi Police Couit yester day William Robinson wns charged with a breach of the Motor Act regulations, viz., riding a motor bike round tho cor ner from Fitzroy into Peel streets' on tho wong side of tho road. Defendant did not appear and was lepre&ented bv -ir. .Jiiaginna. who -.pleaded guilty. It was stated ihy tho police that as a, result of the defendant's action a col ision took .pla.ee. . ,, Mr. England said the offence was n very common one in Tamworth. It was done every day. People really did not l-ealiso that there was n proper side of 'h-e i-oad to drive on. He asked tho Rench p) be as lenient as possible. 1 A firio of 10/ With 0/ icosts was ' i'ifi lictcd.

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FLY EXTERMINATOR. Mr. R. J. Higgins' Invention. Gift to the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

FLY EXTERMINATOR. - Mr. R. J. Higgins' Invention. Gift to the Country: The increasing sonousnesa of , the sheep fly menace is promoting attention to methods ot 'extinction in many quar tersj and different traps and 'extdrniina- tors'* are. bemg- iirndo, ot irrtore-^or '?less .varuo1 Au. extei'murator made1 by Mr RT J Hrggms. of'Inverellj a well-khow'n land- -_- . owner , has been - thoroughly » itestod * by that gentlernalii nndi provett to- ibe Jnost * *? ' effective. Ho has had ono made --in- tho city which he1 is giving to the t Govern- )t merit Kntomologist. Ml1,' AVj W. Frog ga,rt, whp ha^rpjomised to haver itiftho- 'c roughly tested. at tho sheeip. fly cxpen- i i merit fetation, n.eal'i'Hayj It iV is ftmhd ui sati^tactory Mu. Higgins, desrres to 'pre- , sent ^ tho invention to the* country, 4iee pi' any charge, ]u«ordei that the.1 oxter- ' - - minatoi1 may i beconiei pubho pnopeitj, * ' i and stock-owners could use the design without pay inent'oi any, loyalty.' Seeing . that M...

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CAPTURE OF RAFA. DUE TO MOUNTED AUSTRALASIANS Battle Rages All Day. British Casualties Not Heavy. "Finest Achievement in Egyptian Campaign." (Published in the Times.") LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

CAPTURE OF RAFA. ? ^ ? _ DUE TO MOUNTED AUSTRALASIANS Battle Rages All Day. British Casualties Not Heavy. 'Finest Achievement in Egyptian x Campaign.' (Published in ''The Times.'') J.O.NDON. Monday. Dct.-iil.s vi' the- ciipLurt! of flafa dii c!o-c time the briliiant victory was at tributable to the closed parscvor.ince of tho Aiistmliun Light 'lloiso and Xcw Zvalnnd Mounted liiflcr.. supported by tlie British 'N'ootnanry Uri^ado. Camel Cori'S, nnd Toiritorial Hor»e Artillery. Tli-- nci'riu la.'icd front ten in the morning till du«k. Th-' Au^triilisins and. N'r-.v Zoalimclt'i-, won tli' trenches nt '-iiii-rt. iust us three thousand or four thousand Turkish vpinfoiceinen^s ajjiv'iv- od three ir.iles to tlio eastward. This Im-p whn hold ri-- in tlu- ino*t 'iiMant ma niioi- by tlio WoihiiRtOn Kcginiont/ Tho Htti'ckeiK carried an esceod'uipiy p'liborato sy-tom of fixod linos and en trenchments. The Turk- fcucht des]-e- rntely but tin'. eiicMiiy trenches weic battered to oiccc*. While tho...

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DISGUSTED SOLDIERS. Opinion of Referendum Vote. "They Call Themselves Unionists." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

* ? DISGUSTED 'SOtDFERV , /- Opimon oi Refer^n4»») Vote 'They C^ll1 THetnselv^ Uhipatstin Sergeaafy Jaclc }frltbnri who,. wast,wj)Uri- ? ded in action, lost 'August^ and';is new. in a convalescent ramp, in. JDngland, wrj^e^: 'I -see by the, 'Sydpey, Moinnrg ^oK«ldv that Australia, has;' been ( asked '-whether conscription should become, a fact oi^-ardt » I read, wrth 'disgust the couift — i-ver 61,000 mwcnty,f-Jr/N'o.' And (they; call thomselres urfionist§. Well, wba-t, about unftrng Wrth4fus Aueti'ahons- wJ)o /are fjghtrng for Australia?^ Does fJtn ever' ?' occur to'-themTthat'whci)i'.a stride* is ton tbey are*ieady ?to jom ''hands -wijili' those who are fifthtirig for mdre rnroney'- and be*6or t conditr-ns^ bijt ? thosej*V,ho vot^d l 'No'i are Jhaving- all^tjre . ^njoymeittSAus traliir. giyos and do mot scare how their1 hiotbei's-faie 'whof ar-vnj*h{ftigf for -tliem maFrrfnce- ' , . 'It only points to one- thing (arid-1 the ' i'n opinion of all of ois hero is unanimous oh theypoin...

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RED CROSS STREET STALL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

RED CROSS STREET STALL. The h.dio.s 'ii ch».r^ «t last : 1' ru ays street Mull, Mrs. . 'Wyndlnnn (DnrukfO. nnd M\^ Trviiij?. dt«:re to tlinnk all wlto donated .-'IV* and nil who purchased at tlio stall The' holdors for Friday no\t will hp MoMbimet, AYnlkcr. l/iindcrs mid Ouinniingf.

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THE WHEAT CROP Official Estimate of Yield. 42,817,000 ushels. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

THE WHEAT 'QROP: , , j| ' Official );EstirtiateJi-fiYieia;J | 4&8}7,wr,ushtfs.fv,( , The Governmonfr Statistician,' MV John ' ? 1'nvett, hasifirrnisiiediaM'liestintatb of - the wheat crop yaveld.Joit».l9l6.' Hrf'puts ? , the total ? estuamated ? iproduoti^n^ ifroin 4,500,^40 acres of '..which, '3,755 695 ?,, acres ' weio cut for. grain, wad: '681,688 'i for ' hay, at 43,817,000 ,buahel0'!sof:)gra'irii-Hn average- ot U4 birshek ner aere^-iiirid \ 91S 600 ions, of hay. , - , - W- Tuvettf. repojrtsi— -Oiwjng,,to'.,.th6 lfttenqss of the. seaspn .andsbt-e.-,B©f,rous ' nrterruptrons espQwerxced, dMiii«' har- , , vesting operations, on account lof ? heavy r '' wind anfll rainstorms, whach+dimafiedithe whe^tj croj® cons|4erabty, the.-'tiVMtT'bf es- ' trmatrnte -tho piob^ble wTheat-v firodiiotioh . wrth any degreb of, piecisipn,.h(^7hefcn , rendered exceodrngly dr.ffijbirlt oven? it not well-(nrgh lrirppSsibfe Irj, f.aot.i'thb. figiffes cannot 'Ibe looked 'upon; 'as' moro '1 than, a,...

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Snow on the Somme. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

Snow on the Somme. (United Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. , Australian's from the Somiuc report a heavy snowfall on Thursday. *

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COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN £18,000,000 Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

COWMpNWE^tTH ''W/Aft LOAH, » ; ,^\»,wi,mmn^i[\K Tlie i Commonwealth!- 'Tr'eagurer (Mr.1 Poynton) has made tho follow rig state-1 ment : — y 'Eyeiyortfe, foi-verrtly hopes, that- t\\» J wnr-.w.ill-,soon. ib&rov«r, bat'n«in-wapr«;a(» ovQi;Kwpn by hope. Men; munitions;, and ?? money me the ^matei ral factors. The , i ComanowviFealth ?Government' Hiow^ reaitjtes *l$,000,pQO for wur.i pUypps^u, , Thei-cs- ' timatod nr ivato w oalth o£ t AusWlia is £1,000,000,000. We havei.the^wo^rcds ,, at our coinniand; our dutvyis plan?. 'IV WiOnld. also AUko to p^int ouV to ''' those- vh6 have been rejected that-thoy' ' can,' $ti.n londei, thcr coiuitiy soyyice i - ? by contubntron to the, war loan.''

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Trawling, Dispute. OFFICERS ENGINEERS AND SEAMEN UNANIMOUS. Big Upheaval Possible. SYDNEY, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

Trawling Dispute. OFFICERS. ENGINEERS. AND SEA MEN UNANIMOUS. Big Upheaval Possible. SYDNEY. Tuesday The trawler trouble wfcs advanced ano tlie'- stage la-day when the first meeting of the Jlaster and Engineers' Associa tion was held, and passed a resolution to the efC-ct that the Australian Institute of Manse Engineers be given a week's ncticve to withdraw its members from the trawi-ars, otherwise the members or tho Jlr.ci-s and ling-ineers' Association will refusR to work with the Institute's jri'mbersvln other vessels. It is undei stood thil the motlci was carried unanimously after a full discus sion. This decision points to the begin ning of a. big industrial disturbance. It was stated this r.l'ternoon that the fapamen and firemen have definitely de cided to sts.nd by the trawler men, and net support nor work with members of any ether organisation. The general position is acute.'., Every effort is being made by the executive and ofllcials to prevent a big unheaval.

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TAMWORTH RED CROSS OLD WHITE RAG AND LINEN WORK [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

TAMWOflTH. RED CRGSSOLD WWTE RAG ANO'LIWEN' W0RKY , Fdr the, taqntli .^din^-Jattulorv^, tho follow me havo kindly, s^nt ? dtfirations, « vi^ M^-s T H/ Woods, Mr'a,E,(H. ''»? Robertson:;,ans, Mncle.rfii,,.,Mani]JaI Mrs ' , Andrew Simnjp (t^-ft lots),' MV^5', Tl. ? Dowe. Mrs J Ai-miatron^. M.r/ G. At J-' -- S.niip5on Mrs' Nathan Cphon Afii.^Erio --'? Proctor^ »fr»vW«h«A«,.MA. W, B. W- if tv Mrs J.' %d-,'Mrfi Poa^heyJ Ken.', . - Woolomln Mr«r' V Jinll, Mrs G^Wiirli i Mrs TjWrf \fW,FJ R, WmvtV,('MA.^!ai - Cooper, Mr. AV Upjohn. Mrs. Malldby, '*

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RAINFALL AT TURNBROOK, NEAR BENDEMEER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

RAINFALL! AT TURN BROOK, NEAR1 BENDEMEER, 19 'C. A -5oi4-e^t-6iidfei)t-£di'^il-ds the wuru it^U'idi Ti'uinlbl'obk, nfear BendeWer, for i last year, as follows : — / January, 336S pomt^ 8rw6tidayd',J Pel-ruar,-y/ 330- pointy 7 wet days: Mnrehy 173 pomts, 5 wet days; April, 398 points, 5 wet d'ays; May, 70 points, 2 wet d'ays; Junue, 393 pomts,- 9 wet days; Jiily, 32*. points, 7 wefc days; August, 287! -points, 6 wet days; Sep tember, 213 pcimts; 4' wet days; Ocrto-, hdv, 323 pemts, 8 wet days; November, 4ol- porafcs, 12 wefc'days; December, 50T-' J-oinls, 11 wet days. Th'e total lauiHaLJ-ifor the yeai- was\ 380ihrnche&, and numlber'of wet days o-i.

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BENDEMEER WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917

BENOEMEER.WAR SERVICE' CQM4 MITTEE; On, tli&U3lh. instil a-l^aigo inrmbcr'ttB-1 patnotionesid^nts1 assembled at Bende1-1 moea- pnblio h.ul tor 'the pui-pose'ot es tablishing -a. bianch o£ ithe War^ Scr vice' Uommrttee, with' heaiaquatteife-atV Armi-i d.ilo.- Mi*. Danger Robert Dixon was unanimously elected'1 cliaivman The meeting was a grout success and a com mittee Qonsjstnrg-ot S3- was formed. Mr Peter Tnit Bl.m and Mi». Arnold Jolm Osborne were elected dolefiatesitp ropre-i sent Pondeineor j at th? forthcomings ie-« crurtuig contprprjce, at Armidalq, on thet lith inst. , both ici'usofi An,uicial bupporb to cover expenses. ' h f

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