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HORSE SALE AT ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

HORSE SALE AT ARMIDALE. Messrs. McArthur and Co Arniidale, in oonjunction with Messrs. ' Lander and Cantrell aro holdinc a horse Bale at Armidale to-morrow (Tuesday) when they guarantee to yard lnO h^ad. Mes srs. T. F. and J. Grills, of Guyra, are offering 60 unbroken draught' colts iarid : nines. Messrs. W. II. Vickers, of Standbye Station, Uralla, P.tiifiold Broi^., of Anmidale, Everslolgh Station Armi-. dale, AV. Wauch, Guy Fuwld'-s. M. Mon-' zies. Guy Fawkes, arid. T. .SrlMe-fer ,Ar midaie, are also offor.iixs; frtirly largo consignments, and as thp owners arn bona-fide anxious se!le';-. buyers wlti have a splendid opportunity of filling their requirements at Hi is wilo, .

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERNATIONAL TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

INT^RNATIONAt TENNIS ; iMELBOUiVNE. s'un,day.. ; The International Tennis, ,-... matches were continued ? yesterday. ]., '''_'./? \,t' The first Tilden v Brookes' .set went' to the visitor, 6—1, Brookes ; winning only the first -game. In 'the sixth game Tiideii took .Brooke's service, and won the game, to love. The veteran br.ight uucuuii ia me secona set winch finish fid in- the American's -favor,. Cr-— 4. In this his! .serving ?'? was correct, and his - placing-: perfectl. tilden beat Brookes 1 :6— V'6— 4; m ? ' ?- \ r '????''.??' fOHNSTO^J ' y. 'PATTERSON. - | ?!? The- JohnstphVy. Piittersdn match prc -vided t:hp: best'-'t'ehhis pi' the day, .arid ?perhaps,- of the t'hree . days, '? as well as sorne^ df;-(he'.wprst. ' Patterson .began witli' that ^brilliancy ' which two years ago caused '-hlrii. to be hailed as a . won ra. ,uc uugiui Dy unung jonnston s icrvice, and carried off the set easily.! :t- was -Ms-1 erratic play that enabled rohnstori to beat him in, the second' set. ?li...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

, OBITUARY. i URALLA.— The death occurt-ed at the residence of her sdri-in-liaw, at Winter bourne, of Mrs. 'Frost, relict- of .-the late-. Mr. Jolin Frost, at tho age of 68 years. ? The deceased was a .member of ... the Towrisond family of Eriiiiore; and ' waa born in tlie district; Shelea.ycs a family ' o£ three sons (John, Dunctin,. and' Al bert), and five daughters iMrs. J. Gooh rance, of Uralla,. Mrs. R. .Menzies of . CarnsWbrtli, Armidale, Mrs. G. Hariiel' and Mrs. Elks of Winterbdurne, and M'rs. Costigan of'Moona Plains). rrDhe burial took place in the old cemetery according to Anglican riies. . . ,- ARMIDALE.^— The dda'th ocoiirrrd on Thursday of a very old and highly (re spected resident of Armidale, in the per son of Mrs. Mary Nixon, relict pf the late Mr, Thomas Nixon, after suffering off arid on for the past two years. De ceased, who had reached the ago of Si years, leaves a grown.iup tfamily tit flvo daughters and one ,son, besides a large number of grand-children - .ari...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

Ift TH| EDITOR.. ? 'Correspohderitg are asKed to expreBt tliimselves briefly. Letters should noi exceed half, a ' .colitm'n in length..

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Clibborn-Carman. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

Clibborn— Carman. The marriage of Mr, Edward Qlibborn, son of Mrs. Clibborn, of 'Ellenora,' Tor-' rington Street,' Glen Innes, and Miss'-. Dorothy Miinei Carmen, fourth, daughter, of Mi\ aim Mrs. P. A. Carman^ of- Wyn- yard, lainnnula, 'was celebrated in Holy Trinity Church, Glen Innesi.on Wednes day afternoon. The Rev. Canon Kern-;' mis conducted the marrriage service. The nride.-. who was' given away' by Mr. F. Tremble, wore a pretty frock of white , chiffon voile, trimmed; \yith filet lace, ' with veil ahd wreath, and carried a. beautiful bouquet, of carnations and as paragus fern, -This;,- and ?p.igojd wristlet i watch, were gifts of the -bridegroom. The bride was attended by- {Miss.-r:Eva Trem- I bla, who wore a pretty 'voile; frock and picture hat. and carried a bouquet of pink rcse*. a gift of the bridegroom, as was her. fold,, bangle. Mr*. -Gordon Clib born, brother of the bridegroom, acted as ' best man. After the marriage cere- 1 mony the guests went to the home of the j b...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

CRICKET. kA eenoral meeting of tlio Tumworth will l Criekct Union will be held to J'wt, at 8 p.m., at Sands'. All crr^ket-' ff9D.ro roqufistDd (0- attend,

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LATEST SPORTING NEWS. BOOLAROO RACES. NEW BREW WINS FLYING. Receda the Chief Event. NEWCASTLE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

1AMT SPORTING NEWS. BOOLAROO RACES. NEW BREW WINS FLYING Receda the Chief Event. NEWCASTLE, Sunday, Tlio January m- etmg of the Boolaioo lacing Club was held \e&tcid-\j llCSUMAlDEN HANUIC \P 7 fuis 'HE SEPRECHAUN ch g 4 us b\ Ibex— Witcher- 8 10 (C f Dodds) 1 I0NN1E HOME, b m 4 vih b} Homewards— Alig il i S 10 less I 51b. all.) (J- Clirkc) 2 IlLDON, cli c, 3 j is b- Iliuis (imp) — Eily, 9-0 (Gu\ ) ?- 'other starters: rCH 0 0 Mtlsta 810 fcTng8;1^ to 4 igamst THE SLPRfc HAUN, 3 to 1- r C H 4 to 1 Eildon jalaver, 10 to 1 Bonnie I^ome, 15 to .1 [Tote: for 10/: First 22/6, second 25/6. | A head separated first and second, a feck between second and third. ' F.C.H. hi Palaver were together next. Time; 1.331. FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furs. EW BREW, br m, aged, by Malster— — Drury, 7.7 (Daniels) . . ? 1 AC JACK, b g, 6 yrs., by Hautboy . —May Mac, 8.0, less 71b. all. (Ro- . . berts) ? ??' ? '..?? ?? ??'.? * ytf OLIVE, b m, aged, by Persian . Knight (imp.)— Tobacco, -8.3 (Ben-. ..nett) ? .:...

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ROSEBERY PARK RACES. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

ROSEBfite PARK JRACES^ ,;''-?» ' ? -. ..,'; -.; ;;; SY'DN&Y/ rSuh'day.;. i ollowing are. the results of itose-' jciy Park pony, races: ' ' '?'' :' V \ No\ ice Handicap, first division:1 Alaiin Girl 1, Polaris 2, Plume 3. Winner 6 t-; l Won by a head. Time, I.H74. Second Division: Rarity t. Black Moth 2; Eubumpus 3. Winner's price, i to 1. Won by two lengths. Time, u\ ?-. .?;-. ? -.; ? -'.' ????' 14 l'Maiden ilaSdicai), first division: -'lipmill 1. Lady Rose 2, Saramayne -3. Vinner. 5 to 2. Won by a 'Read. Time, r ? Second, .'Division: Speed Hatan 1, Or cntal -2,' -Gladys H., 3. Winner 7 to ;1; n «'.??. ';?,??''??' '': ? -?? Third Division: Eoss Cockle 1, Inveiy yle ? ^Arf-a-Md S. Winner 3. to 1 on, vToc ''-''- .^-six lehgtlts. Time, 1.4*. .. Flyirig Handicap, first division: Mis-' less Bidy 1, Chancel 2, Gobpn'g 3. AVin: iei i2rtd'?:l. Won by a lie'a'd. Time 11 -???????; ?''???.?? ' ?' ? . .; ' : ' , iSecohd -I)iyisi6n: Tunciirry i, Tar irai 2i Mannequin 3. Winner ,3 'to V W...

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MOOREFIELD RACES. BRIGHT KNIGHT WINS FLYING. All Aboard Chief Event. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

MOOREFIELD RACES. BRIGHT KNIGHT WINS FLYING All Aboard Chief Event. SYDNLY SundTi The J mini v mteting of the Moore held R icing Club -was held yesteiday in fivoiable neithei There \v ta « 1 11 fee attendance Results: — MA1DLN HANDICAP1 Si-v furlong'i , (1-irst Division) ' u _ ' OLAITDR blk f 3 yis by'Ijiaicie— Bi attic 9 0 (O Bryan) * D LA.OY VIVir ch f S yi-- by Monn tim Kiiif, — Lady Mostvn, 8 7 (Wood) i COOL CHAP In 01 blk g 3 yif, bj Coolti im— jQeholme 8 3 less 71b ill (ATunio) ;uuier starters: ills Nit-s..8.G, . Wai Cnei 8 4 lev, 71b all Ae e& 8 2 Golc. Fire 8.2 less 71b all., Peach Pie S.0, Do lawra 8.0, Admiral Advance .7.jlO,:': Pen-, sive 7.6. Ccol Nell 7.4 less 71b ' all.. Qo ing Up I 7.4 less .3lb all., Connie Doris 7.0, Poppodor 7.0, Kariematsu, 6.10, ;Ro.-, salyri1 6.9 inc. 21b over. .'.?'?::...':?. Betting: 5 to 2 PeachVPie,. ',3; .to.Vl CLATTER, 5 to 1 Lady Vi vie; 7 -to! a Aetes. 10 to 1 Poppodor/ '^4. tp ;i:,'.fflV. Nibs and Admiral Advance, v*;20;v to ?'....

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PETTY SESSIONS. Statistics for Tamworth and District. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

PETTY SESSIONS. Statistics for Tamworth and District, Statistics of tiio work put through the Clerk of Petty. Sessions Office at lain worth last year show that it was one ot the busiest times experienced. ihe num'ber of' cases dealt with increased considerably, this being partly due to post-war. conditions. Following are the IlKures for 19201— ... Petty- Sessions Court: uases '''«' die Vagrancy Act and Drunkards' Ol rences Act, 13S; court cases 'where ac- \ cased have been arrested,. 13G; court summons : cases, exclusive of former, i'l«; cases. committed for trial, 9; shire , ind municipal appeals dealt with, lip; applications lor licenses, 106.. - Crffl'dfen's: Court: Summons cases, GO; ipplications for' State aid, 6. ? ^mall' Debts Court: Plaints entered, 381; plaints executed;. 37; . garnishee applications, 7; bills of sale registered, Licensing Court: Applications made to Licensing Court, 101. Quarter Sessions: Cases tried, 14; ap peals heard; 1. ; - '--.''-? District ' Court: P...

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DOUBLE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

DOUBLE WEDDING. nvi ) ? l- £ ?- Cathedral, Armidale, on 3rd instl R?v. F. defiP.-:St.; John offlci atel at a double- wedding/i when two daughter of Mrs. R. Berryman.. of Ar S^S^d11^' 'oth ted^oonis iT?nwb,W? }lli*errym™ was wedded to Mi. Henry Aviikins, of Port Kembla. The bride who was given away by her bro, nP w.^ B-'0(iie Berrvn'««,^'B attired in . vjiite ninon. with an overdress of ^ fe;^ with pearl trimmings. Miss 'HW'rt -n- t ? . -nlece--Tvas bridsemaid, and was attired in white silk,- with white hat and shoes and blue sash. Mr: Nor mam wninns (brother) was .b'pst man !?.§lb™def S«t to the bWdegrSoomS; pair of gold sleeve links, rfnd the bridp wK^ls1 tO U'e bridtf i nedcie't' 'el . 'MJps DoroUiy Berryman, was wedded Mr?PX xi n1'1 ,?lulholIand. son of Mr.. 'and Mrs. A. Hulholland. of Uralla.' 'The .bride who was also given away by her brother! was attired in white satin, with pearl trimmings, and wore th,e customary wreath and veil. Jliss .No'rman $iiilth (niece) was bridesmaid...

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America and Japan. SHOOTING INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

America and Japan; SHOOTING INCIDENT. (Iteutor's Te'ioEram.) A Vlad^ostook message says: On \t,veiubei 10 it was reported that a Japanese sentrv shot dead Lieut. Lans don chief engineer on the American waiahip Albmv Apparently the sen tiv ch lllenfced and 'then sUotJangdon, who leiehed his ship and died the nest day ? Admiial Clea\esj';» Commander ? w Cinet ot the Asl iti'c!''fleet,- departed in hot haste tioui Mih'Ha::to Vladivostock to ln^elitislte but turned back on ?«? eoi^ing i satibld tory;;report. lie Jvpmebe are' .''', cburt-martmllins the sentiy -'? ??;!!?.'.??'?-? ;The:iVap!iu'eso!^War:fC)n:,ice refuses to malfe';^stateuien't'-pendiiig an inquiry. rt'f^(B'^s1tffiit':-b!teh';pair.Hes ' have hand « a^':.''(lelicatoi.!''fi'8ituation'!:'-niost1-'tactfiill)', wi.lh;:tho;'Tes\ill-:timt:'tlie unrortunate in cident will remain ho more than u ihc!denl.;^vfe'Jin-'.^ -:'-f! '? ? : '

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NORTH CUT OFF ON SUNDAYS. Indignation at Lack of Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

NORTH CUT OFF ON SUNDAY^ Indignation at ;Lack.'of friiri.:'!1. ''Armidale ^Chrbriicle' ??'?? ufg6'H: runltfed Northern;-;.actipn;:iloga;Tdijig- . the! Sunday ; tfalxi.;srlByfinoe^:)]j,,',^ya:—. ; ..... .;;;5 ?.-„?? '??' Gleii Iriiics : '/deserves tlie ^thanks .? ,'pf the' 'e'eritraf and4 Mr ri'drtlVern^. towns ^fd'r'. the- ;fig'hti it Jis-. putting 'up- :t6'-ihduc& tti& 'Railway Commissioners Sto i-uri ,-a- '.train along. . the . Jiortliern. Jinc on Sundays.' Places i' 'north of : Tamw'prt'h, as faf tas, Tenterfield,'' shouid give .Gleii' Innes more' co;operatioii' in the 'matter thah. tney-jiaye : uone intliento. r Armidale made a .spasmodic effort, but dropped the thing with the first .reply from the Commissioners' refusing the request. People -so easily discouraged are 'not likely to' get mueh redress from the N.S.W. Railway iCommissioners. In, dealing with such . authorities,* it: is .as well to keep; in mind the moral of tke parable concerning the uhju'st ju'dge...

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EMMIGRATION. INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION. World-Wide Co-Ordination. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

Immigration. INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION, ' World-Wide Co-Ordination. (Reuter's -Telesraui.) ? ' ? ?? LiUlMJUiN, Olimiuw - The International Commission o» Bciigration, which w'ill report to l»» Jnteniutioual Labor Conference, w meet (it Geneva in April. Lord Cave will be chhlrman. The membersWP will bo allocated by the Intermitionai La'bbr 'Conference at Washington, i'\y will include Government, employers. niwl ^i-nv!rai.o' rminsnn III H VRS. distriUUl ed amongst Ui'b various counlni's dp Jonglhs to the League. India wili senii Government, South Africa ?employers, and Australia workers' representatives. The Emigration Commission propose to make a comprehensive survey of 10 present position of emigration from tlio international standpoint. One of '»t rnain objects of the international UU'1 organisation is to co-ordinate legis!^ lion affecting emigration and eliminaw the causes of international friction.

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AGAINST RETURNED SOLDIERS! Armidale Allegation against Government. ARMIDALE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

AGAINST RETURNED SOLDIERS ! Armidale Allegation against'^ ?; Government. ....v. '?'.['„ ARMIDALE/ ! Sunday^ At Thursday's meeting of the Armidalo': ' P.P. Board, Mr. Churchill,- Bundarra,. :.:- wrote complaining that though he had. (-; been promised a block of land, adjoin'ing''' ' his holding, it had been allotted' to- 'A: ' Little. He was the only- soldier applicant, ?! : for the land. The chairman suggested , mat the aid ot tlie Soldiers' League, tie . scugiit and taht the Minister be als6 ajp-; proached. ? :!- ' Mr. W. A. Grapp: Not much use ? :-ip-' proaching the .Government. ?? They':re, against returned soldiers. ? — Mr. F.' S. White: It certainly looks as if they've decided to turn them down. It was decided to approach the Mini-:' ster, per the member for. the ;districfct,.,;,

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TAMWORTH RACES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

TAMWORTH RAC5ES TO-MORROW. A topic of interest to ladies llus week will be the Ivocking at the Tamworiii' racecourse on Tuesday and Wetlnesaaj. Tlie' setting for the dresses will be per feet, as the lawns are in the best pw sible' condition. They compare wor ftb'ly, says the secretary, Mr. Cert JieKo. with the newly-laid bowling green.. i«° ilowers are looking beautiful as wen. im ? :. .. inlul ..liuAiwd of dUSt I'l lu-; Pilddock, and provided fine wenthe l IB exi.erienced the scone on the coww should be one, of the smartest a™ b'.'ighlesf. seen there for some '''«?' is anticipated thai -100 horsoH will »-? competing in thu various i-vi-nts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

. ^« — «^ — — ^ * r' L | THE FAIR | STARTS '- . ', I] j , FRIDAY i ? ''! I' ~:;f- NEXT, .v i^,,^u' ! I ? f' JANUARY 21st. ' ' ' f I WE CALL YOU TO A FEAST OF * « 111 BARGAINS— WILL YOU COME ? , i! , I .=-==. i ( CHARLES REGAN LIMITED, I if PALACE OF TRADE, I Hi- ?.?.????'?.?'?? . . ' ? In liq»;H;Ki;!;iun;;;H!;;»ljil;;;n;i:=»;HH=:U:»j»;;;;;;;i;!Hin-=!i!=;:;=!!»;iiin ? »;s;!;»»iiH»;i»:Ss;n3«»ss3iaan::;;u5;-i;s: Thibaulf's Limited ADVERTISE TO-DAY, A FEW OF THE MANY GENUINE BARGAINS OFFERING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Navy and Butcher 'Prints,' Spot and Floral Designs, 30 inches wide. Special value, at I/I I.. Pillow Cases, 17 x 28, at 1/9 each. ?? ? Ni^ . 70 Indies White Twill Sheeting, Pure Finjsh, at 4/6. per yard. , ...,,. Women's Black Cotton Hose, Double. Heel, and Toe, at I/I I per pair. Women's White Cotton Hose, Double Heel and Toe, at 1/9 per pair. White Organdi, 46 inches wide, Fine Quality.at I/I I per yard. 40 Inch Zephyrs, in Small and Large Checks, at 1/9 per yard. : ; .,„-. Tor...

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SALE OF LUCERNE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

SALE 0- LUCERNE LANDS. . , The .special ,. altenlion, .of, those wish ng;:lo purciiaser, tiprtop ' lucerne and tc bucco. land, yexy.i conveniently : situated on-.tlieicelobmted Neminsha Flats, and particularly, well improved..,- is, direct ed- ot tho sale ^of -17 iwres 2 .roods 5 Porohes,;jj.full:iiiavtloulars. of which ap'.' pear -in our advertising,- column, , and also the .alteration' -of;, salo ;from their pif ice :-: i o- the -Royal Hot el;: to . be auction ed ; by. Messrs. 'Biwiiscambe,. Ltd ,- ., on Kritlay,; January 21,.; 1921, at ? ,;i p.m. This also (.-.affords; speculators 'an' ex cellent, [opportunity of- securing a very Hijife .im-estmoht.. ,: A complete - new' irri gation plnnt; .hus been reconlly install-' od, .. and will be? sold: with Urn property.

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NEWS OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

NEWS OF THE NORTH. TINGHA.— During- the past year. 58 patients underwent ' (treatment in : the Tingha Cottage Hospital; : of , which num bor 31 have been admitted since 19th November. ? last. ?? ' :' ? ;' ''- ? ?'?'i '?'?''??' Owing to tho low #rice of tin prevail ing at. present, and ?' the- high = cost of production,' the I in industry around Tin jrha is' receiving a- serious set back. Al; ready a- 'number of dredges nave Deen compelled to close down; and it iH expec ted that, -unless' tin takes a rise, practii cally all the ? dredges will cease work within the next couple of months. . | Following is the rainfall, registered in, Tingha for each month of the year 1920:— January 207 points, February 172, March 158, April 46, May 149, June 997,, July 426, August 2-16, September 244, October 186, November 146,. December 410. This gives a. -total of 3.357 /points'; | falling on 66 days; For :the present month 129 points have been registered | up to date; ? ?.. -, ? . ? ' ?.- . ./, . ?;...

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THE LATEST Wandsworth Outrage. SINN FEINERS RESPONSIBLE. Attempt to Fire Oil Premises. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

THE LATEST Wandsworth Outrage. SINW FEINERSJIES.PONSIBLE. Attempt to Fire Oil Premises. (Router's Telegram.) jScotlund Yard confirms the lle,vs ,;., Sinn Feiners were responsible for S Wandswo-th outrage, n states th t.:ree men vwho were approachlnc ih» Vacuum Oil Companys premises ? 1 iswited revolvers when -liailcnged \' policeman grappled one, vho theil uvu and missed. The 'hree ran off firinf and escaped ; -. but a man was ' subs^ quently arrested in the vicinity nf [U promises who was in possession of Sinn Fein -letters. A., revolver and incen diary material .were found inside (lie premises. ,:. ??.?'... ... .An Irishman . named Kenny, was re mantled for n/week, at. Battersua Polite Court. He was charged with others not arrested with shooting with intent to murder two constables, and attempt. Ing to (Ire the oil barrels on the Van nm Oil Coy.'s premises at Wiindsv.crj early on Satjirday morning, when Kci'i wa/; arrested after the affray with th police.

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