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RACING IN N.S.W. Sydney, January 26 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

RACING IN N.S.W. Sydney, 'January 26 ' 'The following are the results of the, AJ^.O. races at Sydney tins afternoon': SECOND HURDLE RACE - , ? ? Two miles. KING ELYS1AN, 9.11 .... 1 Gay_Gordon, JO.b ? 2 Seynaldo, 9.0 ............ 3\ : Betting: 2 to I against the, winner. FLYING HANDICAP i; ; . ' Six furlongs. GREENSIL, ? 7.» ? 1 Aorangi, 8.6 ? 2 .' Ascalon, 7.13 ? 3 Betting: 4 to 1 against winner. j ADRIAN KNOX STAKES ' ? One mile. LOQUACIOUS, 8.5 ...... 1 Cleavt, 8.5 ? 2 Black Dina, 8.5 — ? 3 Betting: 3 to 1 on the winner. NOVICE HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. CfiUCIS, 7.6 ? 1 Coloured, 8.0 ? 2 , Faultless, 7.9 ? 3 Betting: 3 to 1 against the winner. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP une ana a nan mues. LUCY THRICE, 6.11 ? 1 Leadlight, 7.13 ? 2 Fondant, 8.10 ? 3 Betting: 10 to 1 against the winner. - SECOND NURSERY HANDICAP Five and a half furlongs. REBATE, 9.0 ? 1 Draconic, 7.2 ? 2 Betting: 5 to 1 against winner. HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. LADY CONSTANCE, 10.13 1 Quince, 9.9 ? 2 G...

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RACING IN VICTORIA MOONEE VALLEY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

RACING IN VICTORIA moonee Valley meeting The following «re the results of the* races at Moonee Valley. — GOTHIC SCORES AGAIN Melbourne, January 26. TWEEDSIDE HURDLE RAGE -'? - Tipo miles. TOO HONEST, 10.2 ? 1 , ' Olga Cnipilly,;9.3 ? 3 Not Infallible,, 10.12 ? 3 Betting: 10 to 1 against winner, NTDDR1E HANDICAP Five and & quarter furlongs. j STAR RIVER. 7.5 ? ..... 1 | Sinetrc. 8.13 .'.......-; ? 2 Pop Home, 6.7 ? 3 Betting: 33 to 1 against winner. WILLIAM EEID STAKES. Six^furlongs. ' GOTHICi 9.10 -. .% . . .*.. ? 1 Roe, 7.5 ? '...j. ? .- 2 7.--niVlDr 8 A ? 1 ? 3 Betting: 4 to 1 on the winner. WARROOK HIGHWEIGHT : Six furlongs. PARSEE, 8.13 „-. ? 1 Arctic Fox, 8.5 ' ? 2 , Ticino, 8.13 .......* ? 3 Betting: 9 to 2 against the winner. CALDERMEADE . HANDICAP Nine .and a. half furlongs. IMPARTtALp&O ' ? 1 :p Suspension, 7JS. ? 2 *Ronning Wild, 7.5 -..'.*.i.. 3 ? Betting: 3 to 1 against the' winner. CRANMALLAN TRIAL. . ' ' ' ?- ?. One mile. ; gybeltjs, i.io.'' ...:..:... ...

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MURRAY MILE (WELTER) [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

MURRAY MILE (WELTER) One mile. COOLAH, 9.6 ? .- ? 1 Jess, 8.0 ? 2 Prince Nassau, 8.3 ? i- 3 , Also ran: Scotch Alloy 10.0, Sanor- J ous 9.12; Minnivalc 9.8, St. Fillans 9.Q. J Sirdi 9.2, Caspcrial 8.12, Orewa 8.10, '? Hason 8.9, Wplverton 8^, Solfrano 8.1, Jarlath 8.0, Tellmore 8.0, Martel 8.0. Betting: 8 to 1 against winner. Tote: 28/-, 24/-, 139/-.

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DISORDERLY CONDUCT A MINGENEW INCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

DISORDERLY CONDUCT A MINGENBW UfdDJBNT At the Mingenew Police Court on January 18, before Messrs B. H. War rencr and £. A. Field, J'e.P., Alphon sus McCagh, a young man, was charg ed, .with disorderly conduct and using obscene and . indecent language in a public place at Mingenew. ; * ? table Symfes said he looked up-, on tiie offence as a very bad one, as there were a lot of women, and chil dren about. Defendant, who was not i yet 213 was with three or four other boys and they had part of a bottle of wine, which they had been drinking. Mr. Waxrener to defendant: Were you drunk?' . ' UiJIendant admitted that ht was. 'Jo Mi. Warrener: Some cl sir3 other boys of the town were with =im. He -could not say if- they were drank or Mr. Warrener: It is a pity they are not here, too. To Mr. Field: He did not wish to make any statement. A fine of £1 was inflicted, in default sewn days imprisonment. ' Mr. Field said they had taken into consideration that this was the first occasion defendant ha...

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1929 MIDLAND RAILWAY PURCHASE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

^ht Ckrratotmt \ ' SATURDAY JANUARY 26, 1929 Mn-l*a&V 2CAH.WAY PUBCHASE Oppoa«--ts of 'the purchase by the Governi .-1 of ' the Midland Bailway -Company frequently argue that while there arc millions of aerw of undevel oped land in other parts of the Stale which cannot be settled without rail way facilities, the, Gmeronttjtt _woolfl not- 1 , ^astified in spending approxi mately two millions in the purchase of a line long -since constructed. They point out th&£ there arc already * If a dozen Government lines authorised but not yet constructed, anil hold that any available money should be expend- ' cd in the construction of these lines for I the opening up «^ ' lew ateas before consideration is given to ? the purchase of the Midland Line. . - ' It is not difficult to answer these critics. Practacally all the ' lines ?? axf thorised (with the exception of a ^nialS linking line in ^he Jletropolitaa area, ? f ., ^ - - ? ? ?-^.. .- which is an essential parts of the Stile ...

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RABBIT PEST LIABILITY FOR CROWN LANDS. A GOVERNMENT DISCLAIMER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

RABBIT PEST LIABILITY FOR CROWN LANDS A GOVERNMENT DISCLAIMER Mr. G. D. Ferrxer, chairman, presid ed at a meeting of the Mingenew Ver min Board held on January 1(5. The Chief Inspector of Babbits, in reply to a letter from the board, sta ted that no allowance could be made towards the destruction of rabbits. In no State of the Commonwealth did the Government recognise its responsi bility with regard to Crown lands. They were simply held in trust for the people of the State. He suggested that to obtain sufficient funds to fight the pest the board should raise the rates. fcstrong exception was taken ,to the tone of a letter from the Chief Inspec tor in reply to one from the board re 1 lative to scalps on which the payment of bonus had been refused by the de partment. The letter appeared to cast a reflection upon the honour and truthfulness of the secretary, and wat^ put on one side for future reference. Inter alia, the letter stated that the department must guard against ex ploitation...

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PUBLIC BUILDINGS LAWN SOME QUESTIONS ANSWERED (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

PUBLIC BUILDINGS LAWN SOME QUESTIONS ANSWERED (To (he Editor; Sir, — Will y.ou kindly allow mv a few j lines to CNpluin why the lawn in front - of the Government building;', Geraldto.-i, I has tho ajtjKjaraiice of a giavel pit. 1 ' have mo many enquiries. 1 suppose on j account of it being Centenary Year. T«j 1 save people the trouble of knocking :it i my do.or asking' why the lawn is not ' green, why the leaves fall off the tree-: j and why I allow dogs to make it :i ? playground, a, little explanation in your columns will relieve me f row. an- i swering a lot of foolish questions. In ' the first place, I have not sufficient . water to wet a. p.oeket handkerchief ? five days out of seven, secondly I have j no control over arboreal happenings, ' and. thirdly T have warned dogs on sev- ' eral occasions, and I have come to the conclusion they arc incorrigible mou grels. .Should 1 be j-pared to see the Bicentenary, as 1 hope I shall, thing* by that tiim* should be on a fair footing. — ...

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BUNBURY HARBOUR IMPROVEMENTS DESIRED CONCERN OVER GERALDTON SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

BUNBURY HARBOUR ? ' ? ~ ,' ???' ^ ''? .'????'( .... ? . . ?? i ill. . /i - :.: . . ? , IMPROVEMENTS DESIRED -?''' .. ??? ? : ? ?*'..?-; .... ? ? ?. ? ' . . 't ' &ONCEBN OVEB G£SA_pTOK r . - SCHEME. . '. ' : _ ' At a meeting of the. Bunbury Trad ers. Association last week a letter from the town, clerk was read requesting die Association to appoint two repres entatives to attend a meeting to be eaii ed by the- Mayor, Mr. J, B.*Haiids/*4n the near future for the .purpose *f ? dis cussing and- finalising a fine of action, the intention of which win be to iutei view the Government ,to .obtain a defin ite scheme of improvements to the har bour, jtt, was pointed out in* the letter that improvements wjere being contin uously effected to *-emantle harbor and to a lesser extent.: 40 Geralaton whilst Bunbury harbor, facilities re mained stationary. - -.\'. The ehaSimaa,~Mt. W^^nell, said the movement should have tihe hearty support of the tradecsj.Taiey were 'fed up' with promises made...

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TO-MORROW'S YACHT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

rO-MORROW'S 5AGHT RACE. ? To-morrow's rax& under the auspice-i of ihc Geraldton Yacht v'.. 'Club is' fior; points, with the v** Guardian' trophy to be w.on outright. ' The fodo.\ring hana - caps have, b^een ttllotted for light, inbd erate, frest.vapd strong breezes respec tively. —fjues^ 3, 3, 31,' 4'yBitzd-, 3.-.-S, 4, 4|j Rowfena, I, Z,±, -I.; lone, i, I, & i': Salome, scr.j ^,-.4,: 3j\ Co-Re, ser., *cr., '1,' i;v^CIatetyy iscr.-, j/er., scrl.- scr.

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ACIDITY, THE CAUSE OF INDIGESTION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

ACIDITY, THE CAOSE OF INDIGESTION The common-sense remedy for acidity is 'Bisurated' Magnesia, which instant ly neutralises excess acid, prevents fer mentation, and soothes, heals and strengthens the stomach lining which acidity has made raw. Doctors re commend 'Bisurated' Magnesia because it never fails to give immediate relief. For the same reason it is used in hos pitals. You can get * Bisurated' Mag nesia at all chemists, either powder or tablets, and if you suffer with indiges tion and take a little of the powder or two tablets after meals, you will find there is no better, quicker, or surer way to a good digestion than this fa mous antacid used by .thousands of peo ple all the world over.

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NORTHAMPTON HOSPITAL NEW MATRON APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

N0^li6^PJ^ HOSPITAL ? ? * '?? . .? .:?!:. .. ' ?...**-... ??..I'- -' ? .; NEW MATRON APPOINTED The .committee of the Xortliaiu^oa Hospital have-'been very fortunate a: this time of dearth bf nurses to' secure, the services: of an excellently qualified and' experienced matron to .take , over the hospital, on March L Their choice has fallen upon Miss' E. A. Connor, at present, and for the.past two and a half years matron /of the 'Bridgetown Hocpi tal, to which hospital she transferred from Cue Day -Dawn. Miss Connor was trained at the Perth Hospital, and The Queen's Home, Adelaide, and after a period of war service, served in the Per^h Children's Hospital before going to Cue. She has most 'excellent creden tials and should prjove : a wbrfliy succes sor to Sister Siuipsoa, 'w-hese retirement is very much regretted throughout- the district. '.-'!?'

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

PERSONAL. — '* Miss Nankervis joined last night's Perth bound express at Yardarino. . . ». ? ? ? ? ? ' Mr. CL' C. Maley MXuA. joined the Perth iwund train at Three Springs last night. ' ?' . ?? ??? - , Miss Jones, of the Education Depart ment, who arrived in Geraldton by the Minderoo recently has been holidaying in Dongarra. She left for Perth laai night. ' . ? ? ? »? ? Mrfii J. G. Kemp and' danghter, if Francis-street, left for Perth by last sight's Midland express. They will be absent from the town for about, three months. - . ? - . ? ? ? ? ? Mr. T. Chesson, JLLX, and Mr. J. G. B. Campbell nave bo^n- elected by the, Executive Council to the E\re Brigadits.* Board. Mr. CampbeU has been appoint ed chairman.. ? ? *. * -? ?? . . The death occurred at.Becrmulla*, near Gingin, on January 18, of Joseph Harris at the sdVaneed age of 84 jrear4 The late Mr. Harris was one of tit? early pioneer settlers of the district. y . * * Mr. Frank Horner, of the Accounts Department. Midland Bailways, ...

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BOGUS CASH ORDERS POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS CALLANAN COMMITTED. Northam, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

BOGUS CASH ORDERS POLICE COURT PRO-' CEEOINGS CALLAUAN COMBQTXBD. ' Northfim. Januarv 23. Yesterday afternoon and again to-day Alfred Charles Callanan appeared in the Nbrtham Police Court before Mr. F. M. E«ad, E.M., to answer charges preferred against him subsequent to his arrest at West Murray in connection with the circulation, of a number of bogus cash orrfers drawn on the Public Works Department, Callanan, - who was not represented by Counsel, con ducted his own case and improvised a table with a piece of pine which he fitted into a corner of the dock. He was smartly dressed and took full note of the evidence, occasionally interrupt ing the proceedings to question wit nesses. -?? , _ . ' After evidence bad been heard Cal lanan was committed for trial* at the next sittings of the - Criminal Court, Perth. He claimed that no prima facie ease had been made out and jqpntended that several witnesses haft ijSfen 'fcnable zo identify him as the'*_anr who had tendered cash orders to the...

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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

LOCAL ;&Ca_NERAI. The Perfect Gun, — Sportsmen dowa for Geraldton Week who want -a. sflot gun. as near perfect as it is possible foi modern methods to manufacture should view the famous 'F#x' doublebarrell ed 12 gauge haxumerl^£s shot gun at Gascott's Sports Depot.— Advt. ' Births and Deaths. — The Medical Officer (Dr. D. J. McEae) reported to the Municipal Council on Wednesday ' that there were 25 births and 6 deaths in December. All the deaths were males, and the births included 17 males and 8 females. One case of diphtheria was reported: ' '? 'The Guardian & Express'— ^There trill not be an issue of 'The Guardian and Express' on Monday next in con sequei''e of it being the Anniversary Day holiday. Good Prices for Beef .—Me B. War rener, manager of Smith's Estate, Min genew, has received word from Messrs Dalgety and Co.- to the effect that some two year old heifers sold by the firm for him at the Midland Junction mar kets last week had returned the ex cellent figur...

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MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES STRIKE AT BUNBURY. HARBOUR WORK DISLOCATED Bunbury, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES — ? — ^ ? STRIKE AT BUNBURY. HABBOUB WOBK DXSJiOCAXED Bunbury, January 25. iitty-seven employees ox tne iJunfnii-y Municipal Council ceased work, this morning without giving notice of then intention to do so^';r ; Up to the time -f)£ telegraphing, no representative of the men has approach ed the Town Clerk to explain the reason for the men's attitude, but it is under stood that the trouble has arisen over the new municipal employees ' award re cently adopted in the metropolitan area, which provides for ii hours instead of 48 weekly. Thq qu&tion of adopting the awa?'l locally is under consideration by th-j Bunbury Council, who, pending the iz ceipt of the minutes of thfe Court pro ceedings, adjourned consideration until the next meeting of the council, which takes place next Monday week. As a result of the men's action, be tween 150 and 200 lumpers have -been compelled to cease work, as the supplies of electric current for the jetty cranes have been cut of...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

CHURCH SERVICES. _ Wesley Church. The Rev. Milton R. Maley will preach at both services in Wesley Church to morrow, and at Namgulu at 3 p.n«. The evening service will be choral, an £ the anthem 'Sun of My Soul,' will be rendered by the choir. Misses O'Neir and Williams will sing the duet 'Lead Kindly Light,' and... there will be a solo by Miss Abraham. The service a« Bluff Point at 7.30 p.m. will be con. AnnlnA hv Wr TT Cn.il.snn. Presbyterian Church. A service will be conducted to-morrow at 11 a.m. in fcit. John's Church. This is a family service, and in addition t' the usual devotions with sermon to the adults, a short message is passed on to the voung people. This service lasts one hour, as also does the evening ser vice, which commences at half par* seven. A solo by Mr. J. Drcver, with duet chorus, will be rendered. Tnc preacher, will be the Rev. W. G.-Beekic.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

THOSE SOILH) FROCKS ^1 ?= 'nriiiliiili Take no risks by washing then. ':?: if^S Dry Clo.iniu^r is the only safe A i^^S way of avoiding rua colours or ' £--'ipa Make yours into a {tarcc! and - ^^^8 . post or rail direct to- '. ,-.-.* Si^^H PARRAN'T^fl LIMITED ' .' ' F^^S DYERS ^nd CLEANERS ^H j 26 FOBBEST PLACE, PESTS ^l||lj§ I (opposite Pont Office) r-.f ^^^B 16 ADELAIDE ST.. FEEMANTUE Wmm - ' ?-^:^ VrintMtl unJ 'J@i hc«l for CtPiaWlba-^ -S^S^ i ^6-terra«*, / G e ra M it m . Weflan ' Au»- * i:^M : ? ? ? — — -- SS^SS CITTJRNS WITHOOT P§* % ' 8IIiBHT RDKHI!«J '^ EITOST. ^T%p&^^^t EA5ZLT TaB3fiED-^^^g Separators and Churns .- ?. -p GET CU» Xt&XEST PBICES A1TO CATALOGUES. ? -^i*| — CASH OE EASY TEEMS — _ . ; '^§0 A. W. DOBBIE and Co., Ltd., 804 Hay Street, PEKIH ^ CROOKS & BEOOKEB, LTD., LOCAL EEPEESENTA3CIVBS. ;*\^U GObOSBROUCH, MORTli and COMPANY LIMITED 1 PERTH. _,: ;S^ SKINS ir°r efliciellt servlc« and highest possible prices . --:§: ~~~*TTf consign your Wool...

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CARNAMAH ROAD BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

CARNAMAH ROAD BOARD, j Mr. E. Bobertson, chairman of the Carnamah Eoad Board, presided at a . meeting of the Board on January 15, . there being also present Messrs A. C. Bierman (Secretary), F. E. James, E. W. Franklin, W. M. C. Lawson, A. A. McGilp and F. E. Byrant. Lack of Iiaboui. Mr. Byrant reported that owing ta lack of local labour he had been un- , able to arrange for clearing out the Meelyah welL Bepairs Waiting. Mr. McGilp reported that a man whom he had engaged to effect aome repairs to the main road between Ooorw and Marchagee had slipped him, but he would arrange with some one else to do the work immediately. Beport and Financial Statement. On the motion of Mr. McGilp, sec onded by Mr. James, the ratepayers' auditor's report for1 the quarter end ing December 31, 1928, was received as presented. The financial statement for December was received, on a motion by Mr. McGilp, supported by Mr. James. The secretary, Mr. A. C. Bierman, was granted leave of absence on the occasio...

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WOOL PRODUCTION CENTENARY CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

WOOL PRODUCTION ? — - CENTENARY CAMPAIGN Sheep farmers in the agricultural areas who have at least 200 grown sheop are again reminded that Centen ary Certificates will be issued to those whose average return for 32 months growth of wool shorn in the Centenary Year, 1929, are as under: — 1. Certificate of Merit. — To be award ed to those whose average wool return per sheep is uot less than l'2/li. '2. Certificate of 'Distinction. — Those whose average wool return per sheep is not Jess than 16/-. 3. Certificate of Special Distinction. — Those whoso average wool return per sheop is not less (han 20/-. So as to have a common basis of comparison, as the wool will be sold at different sales when varying prices are being obtuiued, the average returns are I l)as(-«I upon -i4.s Bradford Tops being I worth 44-il. por 1b. at the. time of the | sale. There is no entry foe necessary for tho farmer to receive a certificate, but those who ilesirc to obtain one as a permanent iimmiumUo of: what ]-a...

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YACHTING AUSTRALIAN DINGHY CHAMPIONSHIP VICTORY FOR SCANDAL. Melbourne, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

YACHTING ? ?» AUSTRALIAN DINGHY CHAMPIONSHIP .'- _' ' VICTORY FOB SCANDAL. . Melbourne, January 25. The first heat of fhe Australian din ghy championship was sailed at Sit Kil da yesterday. The competitors were Joy-U (W.A., skipper, J. Norris), War rigal (N.S.W., J. Griffith), Warateh (N.S.W., V. Hayden), Sunny South (S.A., O .O'Grady), Scandal (S.A., E. Kelly), Miss Me (S.A., B. Johnstone), Triad (Vic.,. Osborne), Aussie (Vic K. Arastcad), Mystery (Vic, B. t-. Brooke). The West Australian boat. Joy-U, was last getting across the line, ant* Warrigal (N.S.W.) first. Scandal (S.A.J was first round the weather mark, two seconds ahead of Triad (Vic), with Sunny South (S.A.) a little astern. The rest were strung .but, with Waratah (JvS.W,) last. TheT-second round showed the issue ta be between, Jhe two South. Australia? boats, and £he Victorian representative. Scandal eventually won, -with Sunny South second and Triad third. The remainder were a long way astern, an« Jby-U had retired.; \...

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