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ALL POSTPONED SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

A Mi I'OSTI'ONHI) SVDNIOV;. Snturiliiy. , .Qjvlntt tp, f ho hunvy |'iiln t|io nuio ittcotl»K» svliluh \yoi'o to linvo bojjtt l\old, to-Ony nt Oijntprbupy En|'k. ami, li,ofj'(|borr hnvo Ijooii'. i)o/j|,udii<ii)iiiuitil Wonfluyi' , ' . . . .

Publication Title: Southern Morning Herald
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LISBON REVOLUTION. STATE OF SIEGE LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

LISBQN REVOLUTION. STATIC OR SN;M;. LONDON, FTNT'LINLN}', prriolnl Inforniiitlon raoplvort In London HtiyH IJIIII n state of mIoko pro vnllod In LIhIIOII, iitul for tho nojii in <ln,vn llini'o wllli Iiq n iifnu o'oloojt Oiir fow, i

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FEDERAL POLITICS THE GOVERNMENT'S POSITION. "FATE IN BALANCE" SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

FEDERAL POLITICS THE GOVERNMENT'S POSITION. " WAT 14 IN ItAU.M'K" SYDNBV, Humlay, Ill", I;Jiii'l 1'iiKO, iM.l'., who was in Sydney yiiHUn'duy, In vufui'i'lii;? tbu oi'ltlcnl HiUKitioM in I ho Fodonil I'jii' lli'imont, whore I ho tluvcrmncnt'H fiite Ih1 In the .liiiiniieo, statud that IT Mr. IlitHlios' party did not nuuopl bin pro |)DHII|,S in t]iu ill ruction or economy, then thu Country l>urty would cor tnlnly iihu lis wuljjht In mist tho Min istry. If Hoimomlos nocoKsltntn any all oration In utir Kliitnlory obligation.1), lit' added, "I would mipport tlio Clnv iirnmont which Meed Unit position, ub1 I don't bellovo in nny mipnrnciiil method of ooononiy that simply Htoiw tho woll-nnrnod inoronionls of it faith full employe, Wuonnmy," ho Huld, '.'on 11 only bo offedod li.v a propor or Haiilsatlon of Horvicu and (lit huciH' fiigf of. Konornl offlolonoy.,"

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THE CRICKETERS. MATCH WITH TRANSVAAL JOHANNESBURG, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

THE CRICKETERS. M^TCIl WITH TltA.N'SVAAJi .I01IANNI2SJIUIUJ, Saturrtiiy. The nifUqli between tho Australian j.-rlcHoters mid Transvaal, lias bosun'. Tim visitors left out Armstrong, Sliiync, Oldflold and 1'ollew. : 'J'liu home side won tlm toss and de cided'to hat llrst. Ttoth weather and wicket wore perfect. At tho lunch Adjournment four wleliets were down lor 70, Franks heiiiK 211 ami Marx ;i. After luncheon tli&so two yo»inu batis (?Miti displayed splendid ability, and tarried tho score to 132. 'J'lie howlers wero froquontly chan i,'ed, for while Gregory was tnmo, At tho tea adjournment tho scores were: TRANSVAAL First Iniiinjjs. jsuliik, I) McDnmtlil .1 Krnnlts, I) Humlry >15 Lindsay c Mill ley, b ai'ogory 0 Cooper, I) Miicni'tncy 30, Wnrd, I) .Miicnrtnoy ' M Mul'x, u OruKiiry, l> Mailoy .. .. 05 Molutjai, b MuDonuld .. .. .. .'! Loi'oux, o Mnll.uy, b I-Iomlry .... |i IViipun, I) MnHoy .. ,. .. .. ... 7 ktdiult, I) Hendry :t 1 . .SumlrloH .. .. ... Total .... ........

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

Whkky Y W?MJ WANT Qlmmm ..J l-li H. A. BARRACLOUGH Limited; Vice-Regul Opticians of ^85 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY,, will visit this town at regular intervals, us advertised. ' r.wvCT trmmiiK(rmmiBn!SS3aLZMVai.<tritrxvc?i MBmamm Here fs the deli cious chewing sweet that costs so fiittle and lasts so long. And the new flavour lives UP to the reputation of the other two. You jiust can't chew it long enough to lose the flavour. Bie bars In I each packet for . ,d, Made in Australasia SEALED TIGHT-^EPT RIGHT A-176 .asts! .'ck'ilLtS ilh Ikl' l li ' In tho HOUSE-HOLDS that uco INGLIS For Its Refreshing Projifei'tieB bring ? A $mile with Bvery Cup. >0& Its ifee in Reliability Tests of ali Cars * by Experts, Proves tliis. * We can improve the best petrol results. FITS ALL MAKES OF CARS AND LORRIES. Easily qnd Cheaply Fitted. Supplied by your Garage, S or A. A* A. Petrol Saver Co. f Comipefce Buildings, Ash- Street, SYDNEY j TO STAND THE SEASON AT WIIEEO, THE THOTTING STALLIO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

WANTED : AND GENERAL . In this column 10 words M# inserted fro 1/ pre-paid; additional line*, ot part of . line, 6d ejctra. ? " MOTOBS ANli BIUXyLKS. ? OUB nil kinds of BICYCLE and MOTOR CYCLE BEPA1HS and SUNDRIES | yon cannot beat B. L. PAULL'S lowest i prices. Address: Opp. Royal Hotel, | Gonlbnrn. FOB SALE. J?OB SALE, Bcalo Sewing Machine, 5 *? drawers, £3 15/; 2 Marble top I Washstaads at 25/ and 30/; 2 Singer Sewing Jfachlnos, 0 drawers, £G 10/, 4 drawers, 7 10/.- MERCE and SON, 20 | Bradlov Street. Ooiilbnrn. ' UAUDJtN AND OUCHAIID. ' SEED, Crego and Giant, TUB rnanian, Mixed or Separate Colours. 0d per pkt. A. LANSDOWNE and SOB, Goulburn. tm..--"'J '..'t; ?.'i' 1 , .i.J' TOBNirnBE ANI) FURNISHINGS. 'A MATTH3SS re-mado by A. M" , EOSSLER, 11 Verner St., Goulburn, X.ls ft new ono. MattrisRes re-made Kapok, Horsehair, or Fibro. Best ! linen ticking used. 'Phono No. 407. f^HAIBS and Couches, unholote/ed and re-upholstered, and Furniture lto jalrod. You get bent sorvice, and hare ...

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S.P.C. v. MULWARREE. VICTORY FOR COLLEGE [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

S.P.C. v. MULWARREE. VUITOIIY VOll COUiEQE A crli'kcl nmtiili liotwocii SI, L'ntrlek'a OoIIi'ro hIiiiU'IIU iiml (\rii1uiirrco look pliiw on Bnliiriliiy wlili Hie following suiti- Mulmiriw, Ami Inning 87) HOO« otid IIIIIIhk" "III t«lnl 110. S.l'.O.i I'lrnt Inning 71 i M'i'miil liinlnRs, Bovua for 48) mini IIH. (Tlio ilclnllml swui's will »pp«tr In to-morrow'* »IMIII'. ) f KAV'H "I.IXSBKD COMPOUND," tlie "Stockport. Itcinody" /or Couglia it ml Cold#. Of nvor OO'.vonra prnVcn of* flonoy. !

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THE EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

XIIK UVI5NT8 Tlio programme oponeil with the Plying Hnmllcnp, over a'dlBtiuyso of six furlongs. NooilfiiWHltTwhloh: won ut tho Eight-Hour mooting, wns fuv orito, nnd opened up nt odds on. Doru Glon uiul Sunporo wore next in (lo in and nt 3'a, with loDI5j',odds for, uthcrs. NoonbinnlaJWiis never in lioiibt, nnd won comfortably .with n length to spnro from Sunporo, with Dora Olon folltowlne. t, Only four warq, lcttJu for , Jjio MaWlon: Handicap. .Hsttlng oponod with' Peaeo l^rlnt ht'thto hoad of tho market at/ (1 to 4, but the prices flaic tuats*! considerably. ,1/iimplo was oponod nt 2's, together^ with Tringle, with"3'b for Oundaroo One; hut money waR plentiful, and before tho ruco commoiicod Lampio longHionod ( a shndo, ns nlHO dlil T,6'iltfl6"l>i-1 nt,'"T)qtVi at '5 to 2, with* Ti'lntflo at '3'«,v(4Wd 1 aundai'oo tins; -shortened to (1 'to '*?! . | The raeo was in accord with'tho SUP port from imntot'H, for Guiidnroo Ghg, i backed nt the Inst moment hcnvlly, won by n "street" f...

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GOULBURN RACES OCTOBER MEETING CONCLUDED. JUTLAND'S SURPRISE BIG TOTE DIVIDENDS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

GOULBURN RACES OCTOBER MEETING CONCLUDED. JUTLAND'S SURPRISE HIU TOTK .DIVIDENDS , Tlic second day's programme of the October meeting of, the Goulburn Racing C!iub was hold on Saturday afternoon, In the presence of a large attendance from Qaulburn and' the surrounding districts. Tiioro wa# bright sunshine when tho crowds wore making way to tho courso, but before tho racing had concluded a cold- wind had blown up, making conditions rather uncomfortable, especially for ladles In tho spring frocks, who formed ><uch n- largo percentage of the mitliorlng. However, good . racing throughout, recompensed for those matters, and a thoroughly enjoyable i!;iy was spoilt. In tho majority of events there wero eloso finishes, which offered any amount of excite*, monl for "heavy" and "light" puntors. Somo dissatisfaction was expressed by those who arrived at tho course with, as they considered, just sufficient tlmo to witness tho first race, when they discovered 1$ was nil'over. There...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

THE LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS £7 to £10 10/ . flKHQE SUITS, INDIGO DYE, CS to £10 10/ M, J.^^GAN.'Tfcilor, ,;^., tjpa(nir«*"ln I'lrin-Oji'Vnlnh'i Buildlnljii, 10 Jf(inl:«Bti8''8t. - - Gnulburn; I-ndios' nml'dontiomcn'B Own JrlY - ;

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CRICKET THE SEASON OPENS. "DIGGERS" BADLY BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

CRiifr r THE SEASON OPENS. '«WOOERS " BAULY BEATEN. Tlio opening iwitch of tho Qoulburn jrleket. .Benson wiih flayed on tlio SporlH around on Sntiirdiiy Iimt In n inntch Assocliitlon v. Returned Soldiers. * Tito JVIII mid wicket wis In splendid order, mill JihIkIuu by tlio Interest tnkon by the jihiycrs iind public who turned oufc ' In lnr(?e iiiimliers, n record season Is^ns inred. Some of tho plnyers showed,i*ery good form, sepeelully Los, iind Aul). Seller, II, Cloliliiiff, W. Fleiiilng for tho Assocliitlon, iind <1, Cocks, F, Mitchell for tlio Itetiirned Soldiers. 0. Plggo'-. iintl N, Frnncls wero on tho «j)ot/.wlth ' the bull for the Assoelntlon, whilst 8. KRnn nnd S, Huwcllffo wero tho star ' howlers for the " Dl^'ors, " VlffffurH but (luff first scored 70., " Tlckuer 10, J, Conks !M, Orlehton' not out 12, wero the only doublo figuro shor CM, Tlio Assocliitlon responded with" Hie , / fine tolnl of 1181, Jjes, Sellor (51, Aul/. '? ' Seller (retired) fil, II. OOIIIIii...

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WYONG PARK RACES. WEIGHTS FOR TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

WYONG PARK RACES. WEIGHTS FOlt TUESDAY PLYING HANDICAP, six, furlong. -Toborcrnntow 0.0; Perplexed 8.9; Lilly Rose 8.7;'Ludy Hatnn 8.6; Cox comb 7.7; Mntutina 7.0; New Brow 7.5; Waiworn 7.3; Sponr'Oi'ilsB*7-'(JT , MA I DION HANDICAP, sovon'.Jur longs.-Curomlta 0.0; Volution 8.5; Liulaci'o 8.5; 121, Dornk 8.0; /Tliolka 8.0; Pomeroy 7,10; Bo'ndanon 7.10; Swtot Alma 7.7; Lady Ilavonsworth 7.5; Llttlo Pqtor.7.2; Poulaptiouo'a 7.0; Sldostitoii.7.0; Rolnlar 7.0; MiSa Renufort 7.0; Mnc II. 7.0. FIRST NOVICE HANDICAP, seven." furlongs.-Lavnl'llon 0.0; firaw Lnd-' dlo 8.5; King Palo 8.5; Trajectory . 8.0; Zircon 7.12; GoM Mnrsh 7.0; 131 13ornk 7.0. ' . ' WEI/T13R HANDICAP, sovon ' fur lonBa.--Taboi'crantow 0.7^;,.Lody Hat nn 8.12; Coxcomb 8.0; Now Brow iu tSj'feai'lomiin '710; 'Th'o Sop'rocH^ttii V.iY;..Draw Lnddlo ,7.7. WVONQ PARK HANDICAP , olio mile awl 18 yards.-Volcanvar 0.8; daljoehon 8.10; Porploxed 8.4; Lily Rost 8.2; Taryan 7.7; Wal.wora 7.0; Queen's Common 7.0; Ooldon Veil 7.0; ?Th...

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NOTES ON THE CUP. PREVIOUS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

NOTES ON THE CUP. PREVIOUS RACES, , MELBOURNE-/ Saturday. Tlio Mooneo Volley Cup '.winner Wlrr rawny, Is owned by Mr. A. Hordorn, smi ling 8.2 in tlio Cantnla Sialics and 8.1 in tho Mullxnirna-Cupj but will lia'vo a seven pounds penally in each of these races. TnngnloiHiiiij it. Is thought, rhh's had enough hiving for n while, and seenis' quite lni'iipnble of. reproducing Its for;n of six weeks ngo. The field in the Mooneo Valley Cup was the smallest alnco Mny King won In 1007. C. II, Bryans, who twins .Violoneollo, Is also tho trainer of Wlrraway, Thero were twelve stnrters..when White Pliast won the Mooneo Valley Cup, las'year, the timo being 2'G7. . . .' ... . ?

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MOONEE VALLEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

MOONEE VALLEY RACES. The Mooneo Valley Racing Club's spring meeting was hold on Sntwrdny In Una woiithor. The going1 «was heavy. Results:- ; .'-fc. M.' MIA MIA HURDLE RACE, 2 miles. Ponrl Foot, 0.1, Inc. 1 lb'-over (13. Rawllngs) . } Rouleiiu, 10.3 (Connel.ly) .. 2 Cattelo, 10.7 (Dully) .... .'. ",.^3 Twelve started. . i4 Sotting: 14'to t Poarl Foot. Pearl Foot took ehorgo six fiirlb'ngs from home ami won easily by three lengths from Rouleau, with "Cattelo two longtlvi away third. Time, ST. AL13ANS HANDICAP, four: . ftirlonj?.-). Lady Aura, 0.2 (MuLacliUm) .... 1 Daedalus, 8.0 (Ite'lly) .'. .. .. .. .£ Lydla Languish, 7.G (Stral(er) .. 3 Nlnotoon stnrtod..... " .' Hotling: fl to/4' Lady;Auraif<^C;/;ii.';s The favorite-.rnnj to the front when tlioy had gonfo n fiirldiig, ami .won'oos tlig: up by thrco . I'ngths nnd a' hulf. Daedalus boot Lydln'Languish-by n horid for second pl.neo, Time, Gl^sec.' PHOENIX HANDICAP, ono milt)', klngtylor, 7.7 (Johnstone) .. ... .. 1 Colons, ...

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Basile Beaten. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

Basile Beaten. HIUSIUNK. Knhirdnv, Ck'iirtjc Fnimo (".11) of Litligow, lioiil l'rcil HIIMIIi' (72j) of Hnokliiimptou at tile Hrlabiiuu Sliullum to-night, Bus ilo ',i ikih;' whs Yriii'tm'/'il,

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Jamito Defeats Gooseman. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

Jamito Defeats Gooscman. .SYDNEY, Siimlny. Jiiwlln, 1 ho Filipino featherweight, tip penretl l'dr tin1 lusl time nt tin.' Sydney Slmlluin Ins night. in u linul tlint wont twcnly rounds, wllli Erniu flousoni.-ii. Tin.' vniiiitf Filipino won nflcr « li/ird I'Oiitt'sf, /IMHIIIHII tlii'ro wiw lilllu In ehooso between tlic coinlmtiints. Jiunlto, who usually shows plenty of eoi)[hleni'o, look no ehiinces with with CIOOSI'IIMII, wiio li.'iil previously lost to Spnrjio on n foul. In Iho curly rounds Inst nij^lit J ami to wim niilliOM'd l),v n limn who wns hit In fi'i'lor, nllhoiiHh Onrweiwin himli'il sonic line rijjhlSj hut tin* Filipino only hni|{li oil, Unit" way I1ii-OIIJ;II .liuuilo Ir'HIWI to nssert his supi'i'macy mul won by « fair margin,

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CYCLING SPEEDWELL ROAD RACE Won by J. Day. SCRATCH MEN FILL PLACES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

CYCLING SPEEDWELL ROAD RACE Won by J. Day. SCHATOH MKN FILL PLACES Tho ton-miles' roiicl moo which lwd beon postponed from Saturday fort night, ovontuutod on Saturday aftor ncioii on tho Wlntlolllma Hoad, and attracted Just on twenty rldoi'rt, nil of whom showed koon enthusiasm. Tho starting point was from tho ono-mllo pog, and tho contestants had to ride IIvo mllos out nnd live mllos baolt, tho turn being In charge of Mr,' H, Paul 1. A very largo crowd wltnoHsod tho start nnd llnUh, which 'dourly BIIOW od tho Intorost tho general iwblla is taking In the Amateur Cycle Club, and It Is all deserved, ns Saturday's rneo was run without a hitch, und thus made thoroughly onjnynblo. Ono of tho l)=Ht (lnisliin« oprlnts soon nt Hlmllnr races wiurthnt bo twoon J. Day and p. Jxsstor, Tho pair wuro practically toother throughout tho riiuo, and when tho browory \va« roaohod-- about a ifuartor of a mllo from homo-n iusslo took plneo which I'osultud in Day boating Junior by a whool. Day also neuur...

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A Drawn Fight. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

W Drawn Fight. MKLUOUKNfi. SnttirWyT A contest. Iii'lu'i'cii Bert Spnrgo nml Bfrl MoCnrtli.v fur tlio fcnlhcrwulKlit I'liaiiijilnnsliiji of VU-torla went llio full twonl.v rounds when the refereo ilcclurud Hie n draw.

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The Bushrangers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

Tho Bushrangers. During that nlnotcon years, tlio pro-1 mlao of lino laud, mid porhaps also tlio lure of ndvontui'o had drawn othur sotllern to tlio district, and Iho t(i\vnnl»lp"rtf Gunning wns?formed. It wan not a very lilt; plneo, cortnlnly, It ? Is not largo to-dny, nnd olghly-ono years ago II must have been tlio tin lost of villages, Vot there woru novo ral. families null led thoro, and natur ally enough there was im hotol, the "Wliito Hurt." iCohb and Company'.* mall coach was running, bringing witli It on nearly ovnry trip Ing-ironoi! eonvlels to worts on tlio stations mid farms fn I ho district.. And niil urnllv onough, occasionally those mon brnlto iisva.v from tlio. Iron 'nilo of Uiulr mastoi H, and sought a 11 ft! of outlawry In the thick liusli which even now hiirrr.umla llv-1 township, Thoi'oforo, II12 ponplo In ilii' town worn contlnu nll.v in drond of lira attacks of tho imnmdii! haiuU who, riding tlio liost nf linrsuH, roamed lliro'.ighout llio ivholo of the countrys...

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The Early Name. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

iiftinn "C^tln; prv/idit ,.tnwimlilli,; In' .tliouglil lo Iw n cnnnpllmi on |liu.,j)li!|un«flqu(i nlioi'lKliinl mum. "f flmmlugchillmlsi, wlituh WHS (UHilloa IjuIIi Iii tlm Im'nlity:nnil lo a crook n lilllo I (lit- North of ,(lie town, which was pro bnbly what in nnw culled Meadow Creek Most aboriginal,-,iianies liiivo been tor niptcd by the hJIIIc vottkrs, although a certain number, of persons hi ill claim that Ihc IIIIIIH! Gunning, instead of being a corruption of (/iitinliigdelbnlla, . is more probably « corruption of dooming . Yet,. whatever;,tho limiio was is im material.! 'flio cjiief Interest lies in I lie history of..this; quaint old town. One tiling Is certain,.jantl that is that Gun ning was tho starting point of (hi1 groin, overland expedition to J'orl 1'liillip lukini by? lliiino and,,Hiivcll, And, very prou ably, thi; qjtnct, point of departure wis the old HIIIIIO. homos)cad, which Is slili known by tho minio of 'Colllngwrio-.',", and, curiously enough, still belongs to...

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