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MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

MiUliPEUITE'S ttEUITVGE. . By Mas. QEoaoiti ?SnajupbW.-; '; - [?] iiCpif«^^vI^^.^o^^ptoT«|oVi!d ' you'.'. for ? ?y*a^'^I^ltoy»7i^t'ajou low .pie. ' Will you 'give yooiraolf, to me P-- .will ??yp^:b«i''myijr.i'fiP» ?-V;'^;--T-:-^^:' yt .;'' The ra^%aker;,-:wae; ??»;?; ttoble^lodking ybn'igig jaefn otpwbaps,twenty-flTe yeare; tall and stalwart of form, aitd splendidly ed to look 'hut once icrkj^o^^bav the gTanleu^oitheoatward^appe^BM bat the eipfeMion of th| leaner attar*. - u He looke^ very grave 'iand*ir^-Mt just now,':aaheil^fared'dol^1.uiHj'i;th0'l(eau- Ufal ^Lwhd.wM sUndin^betbre ihim with ar^ted«yee and a flushed and troubled face, bi« Upi trembling with soppresaed emoUonr V' ':''\'- ?? ' ' : ?^Con^toB^j^K^.^.-^;::,-; : ?. ..; The name dropped trom. him plead iDgly.^yet^with' a.' ehalrp noU of pain in hlaX^to :^:V'i^^£^ ?:?'-''- '?.?:-. jjv ' T'e)~g^l U*to4 tevpair of dark grey blue e?es to her loVer*a faoe, and he caught his^breath aa he read bis fata in their ?idi re^inpitfnl ...

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FICTION. THE PRICE OF A LIFE. CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

???? ?; ' ; fiction. THE PRICE OF A LIFE. - BY B/ XT. O.~HALtnt. .'.'- CHAOTEB'Xl.-;'(Cont^o^^'';'*-',:./;i * ' gruepinglier iiaijd.'.aijd lodging a .pas-. ' ??'?' aionate kiis on tb« pidk^alm; *bnvl' . did not kuow; ? But t#ll ine, Lina,bbw ' ' o»mo you to; b« in thi*.naighbohihoK)d f : : : ;?? '.??'? ? « I have liv^dj^re ever. .sipoe tbairialf ..v.:ln a small bouse belonging to me-Trrr*' i i '.; ?'? '''jit the crose roads,* hi' interrupted, '?::'? .?.''- ? eagerly. ?Thei^ it[:W*«;^y--tt';'I^h*aid' '? : .tmr~* Idjsrosay, I- often alhg to cheer myr' 1 ''^^fliVrJi?1^^^* see yoa^pasespin«timef,k 1*abl«ddad,' 'and ox\ce we onlj.had the. ??-' ??'° ?::'? though I was longmg afUr^ybn aa n*ai» :: ? ?;.?;' '?: ?'?;? '^Oh»':d*y,;'p«hapiy:iv sbculd --liiW ?, ;'?' aiked'yoatpooma to m«^b|^ff-t? yntal : . there wa» no barrier between u»,»- ' ' ? : « Did not your husband'* death set you ;_:?- txtoV .;,:.i-.'..jK...:.:;..w-,,,.^V.,.=^-::r-l '. ./ ? TTea ; hut it waa ao recent I had sot j-had timo...

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W. TOMS v. L. RYAN.—£9 ls, work and labor done. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

W. Toms v. L. Ryan.-— £9 Is, work ; and labor done. \ Mr. Mackenzie for plaintifr, W. Toms deposed that; last year he carried wool for Ryan ; tho account filed ?was correct; defendant; had paid him '?£.1/5; tho balance of £9 , la was fairly duo ; defendant agreed to gi^e him 10 ? tons of wool and two back loads ; if lie got 16 tone ho was carry it for £2 5a per ton, out zt aeienaani oruivo uuj iijufu mout he wan to receive 3a per cwt. ; he did not get the 1G tone, and although h« ?waited at Merimbula for back loading , , he did not got it, as'no loading came for '?;? defendant. 'When the wool season was .-'over defendant gave him £15, and told , . him ho would pay him tho balance in a few weeks. He did not get a chequo i from defendant for the balanced The ?'; deftndant honestly owed him the £9 Is. '.-'.'....-? Cross-examined by defondant : Have -, gh'en the atinie evidence to-day as when ;,'?-.- in Court last month; did not then sny that I agreed to carry your wool at £2 .: :'.\'. ...

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Small Debts Court Delegate. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3RD. (Before Messrs. D. Campbell and T. Rodwell Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

Small Debts (toiiit, ftelegatc. Tuesday, December 3rd. / (Beforo Messrs. D. Campbell and T. Kodwell Js.P.) T. Ivill v. A. M' Donald, 13o, work and labor done. Defendant ' paid 9s Gd into .... Court, -.-?winch, ho admitted was duo, . .goods. to. tho amount of tbo balance, 3a 6d, having been supplied to plaintiff by ,Mr. Scott on defendant's order. ? '?'? Mr. Scott informed the Bench that he ' .v'Tin.fl niinnlind Eroods to the nlaintiff on th« r order of defendant, to tho amount of 3s M, and a .verdict was given for defend ant, with 5a cost3 of Court.

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(Before Messrs. Campbell, Rodwel and Grenville, Js.P.) L. RYAN v. G. T. MORRISON.—Goods sold and money lent, £24 11s Gd. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

(Before Messrs. Campbell, Rodwoll and Gronviile,, Js.P.) L. Ryan v. G. T. ' Mormson. — Goods sold and money lent,' £24 lla 6d, Mr. Mackenzie for dofendant. This was a very knotty cane, the accounts being very complicated. A pro. note for £9 Is, and interest 17q, waa attached to and. included in tho account, and in order to facilitate matterb, :it was agreed between the plaintiff and defend ant's attorney that they should not pro behind the pro,- note. .tailing it ' as an ac knowledgment of all demands up to the date on which it was made. The plaintiff deposed that the account was a correct ono, and that the -amount claimed was justly duo. In the course of cr- iss-esamination it transpired that the plaintiff had auod and obtained a verdict at the last Borabala District Court against one Daniel Collins : for £25 la for goods supplied, to defendant on his (Collins') order while defendant waa working for him on a road contract. Finding that ho had- no chance of getting hia nionoy- from ...

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L. RYAN v. W. TOMS.—Goods sold and money lent, £9 2s. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

L. Ryan v. W. ToMs.-r^Gooda sold and money lent, £9 2a. . . . -,;? Mr. Mackenzie, who'appearod for the defendant, admitted 10a of-'the accoiiut, for two sheep, which ho naid had been pasRod to tho crodit .of plaintiff's hotel account. L. Rvan deposed that tho account wa.o corroct, £8 10a of tho amount claimed, and which ho now nought to recovor waa an ovorpaymont on the carriage of wool. lie explained that on tho evening of tho 8th April luot ho gave Toino a chequo for £58 10s, being £8 10a over and above the amount duo to defendant On returning- homo that ovoning ho learned his mistake. At about 9-30 on the following morning ho went to; Tomo and- aakod him to let him havo a look at the chequo, ; but ho dcclir.ed, caying it wao in tho bank. ? He accompanied Toms to tho bank, and saw him take a cheque out or' his pocliot and hand it to the banker to placo to bio credit; thio natur allv aroused hir. suspicion, and ho camo to tho conclusion that defendant had the chequo nnd would not l...

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

ACCIDENT. On Tuesday morning last, Mr. S. liana combo', --f Lnwor BpihIoo, mot with a painful accident. Fiora what wo can lenin. ho was in tho act of leg-ioping a cow, whir-h -vvas rather a fractious ani ma', whon lie clipped and foil, bieakintj Ins leg ia tho fall. Dr. Nichol wan soon in nttrt danet^, cwd-spttho fractmed limb, and we are cflfid to learn that the pationt ig f)rogre3aing favoiablj*.

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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Mn. Wood, M.P., iaadvisod that tbe Post mastcr-GeneraJ has decided to remove the Receiving OiFice at Mila from the resi dence of Mi. W. E. Smith to that of Mr. W. II. Velt, th - latter it is considered, being on th« mai 1 road, gi\ing greater postal facilities to the residents than the present site ; to take effect fiom tho IGth inntant. He is ulso advipod by tho Uuder Secretury for Mines that w ith re feronco to his application for an increase in tho rates granted to John Ciawford, to pr 0|.!3- t 2j miles from Cliffoid'o houso at lirown'a Cump, near Del-jgtte, tho Sccrot'iry Tor Miuo-j and Agricult ire, in viow of tho recommendation of tho Board, has appiovod of the rato granted him for c'103-icuUin^ boing increased from 7b 6d to 10b per foot.

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Delegate Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

Megaie AtMeiic Clwto A OTMBEit of gentlcmon dfiairous for the formation of a local athletic club met afc Coota's Royal Hotel on Monday evening. Mr. Bruth was voted fo tho chair. The-ch'iirmen briefly outliu^d the. ob ject; of tho mef-ting1, which was, he said, to consider tho advis&bleness of forming '?? an athletic club in Delegate.- If they decided to do so if; would then devolve upon the meeting to elect a committee a^d office-bearers, and attend to all other particulars with the viow of making tho project a success. ' ,. ' . ? ? - Mr. Rogers suggested that a club ., should ba formed and a list opened; for mpmhership, and that a day's sport be, held earlv in the new year. Ho moved : ' that- a club be formed to be called.the Delegate Athletic Club.' ?[. ' -,'. .? Mr. H. A. Wood seconded the motion, V; which was carried unanimously. ' ; '?. Mr. Rogers proposed and Mr. Watting ; ^ seconded 'that- the fee for membership ^; be three shillinge.' . ; ? ..-?'';???;;:? .. Mr. M'Do...

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BENDOC JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

BENDOC TOCKEY CLUB. Tin: piogramu j 01 e!-o above club, which inclutloa tho Boncloc Hrndicrp of £10 26 rnd ri'-c othor ovont , will bj found in our r&veitiiiii^ colurnno. Altogether como £31 ob (including troohies) will bo di-tiibntod in piLjej, which io a voiy ciociitiiblo amount. Tho laces cimo oil ou Now Yeai'a Dry, and wo. with our* Bendoc Mends till sortu of fsnocoaj,

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE " ARGUS") [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

.. . (TO THE 25DITOB 01^ Tldi ' AMUS') /' Sir, — I was very pleased to see in yestor- . day's issue of your valuable paper ' that the people about here are afelast awaken- - ing to tho fact that mail communication .?;' ia necessary. In connection with, this I ' wish to make a fluggostiou as. to the route of tho proposed service. . In place of the one suggGsted at the meeting you report, a lino from . Bonang (running in connection with tho Orbo.«t mail) aud passing' through Cabanandra, Tollicura, . Dellicknora, Bananza, . Delegate River, and Kirken^ng, to Delegate, would, I think, 'bo bettor. This would supply all the wants of thia n-dghbourhood, and would, iii fuct; leayo out only one or two settlers who would be supplied by tho Wolgulmorang lino. Again, the distance of this route would bo only about half of the latter, and we could therefore have -two mails via Bonang at about the samo cost as one by Wulpulmerang. This i a a consideration in these days of retrench ment. Trusting th...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

THE WEATHER. AiTrri a long spoil of dry 'woafcher, from - the effects of which tho dirjfcrict praipnted quita n. p'j ched ud appoarance, and things in £,onernl wore £-03iimin-T a gloomy aopeci, a wolcomo rnin foil on Sunday 'nornnif;, but only lrjted for a nhoit timo. On Monday rfiornoon inii ii^aia thieat onod, rnd nbiut 7 p.m. a heavy ohowor fell, ace impinicd by lovd thondor cad vivid lightning. Ao wo woie going to press labt evoning lain, a-jem began to fell. Tho weathoi' ro%' appeals to have broken, and thora io every prospect of a biorking up of tho diought.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

? _ General News. / ? ? — 'v. Unfounded Chaiioe by \ Wowan. — A middle-aged man, James Lawrence, wag charired at the Fitzroy Court on Thm-oday with having procured a girl, Alice Hun tor, aged 19, for immoral purpotea. Tho girl told a oonsati mal utory of having been enticed into an ompt y hou- o whiln*. on her Way 'to Kinsman's to got married, and thero plied with whiakoy und as saulted. Under croDs-oxaminatiou she contradicted herself, ana admitted that she and tho accused had mutually mio conducted themcoilvoa, and that oho had beon previously intimato with men, Tho caoo v;ao diamisBcd, Non-Intehference. — Lord Hampdon baa mado a Htatemont which forecasts his attitude iu constitutional crist'S, phould any occur during Mo career iu N.S.W. Ho naively conll ;cd to an interviewer that ho suiJposed liia ' policy w«;uld bo governed by tho advice ho would receive from hia responsible a'dvitoro.1' From thio it Iti to bo inferred that tho now Governor will not worry himself over any consti...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

News and Notes. - a ? Yankee Boodle' ib pure blended Vir ginian. — Advt. ' The Delegate Public School concert takes place next Monday evening. Messrs. Cheeeman Bros, announce that tthi8 is the last mouth of their clearance sale) The Delegate Tennis Club hold their first annual bocI&I to-morrow night. Mr. E. Taylor announces that ho hao a good serviceable* opring cart for tsalo. Tondors arc invited in thio issuo for sinking tho Democrat rniuo a further depth of COft Tho area under wheat crop in South Australia in 1,500,000 acres. Ilanlon hcj won tho championship of America. Thio io enough to rnako ' Bill' Boack enter tho lists again. Smokera who ouco try the new Yankee Doodle talio it boforo any other.— Advt. T&e highwayman :is not estinct. Thero is a bushranger at largo in tho Liver pool district. Tho Sultan o£ Turkey haa consented to the Great Powera stationing additional warships in tho Bosphoruo. A groat many miners, mechanics, and others arc leaving Nowcasila dai...

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

[?] The following is tho mail- timo table ob BBi'Vcd at tho locu.1 oiiico : — Mails leavo Dclegrto overy Monday, Thursday . and Satuiday at 2 p.m. for Craigio, Niokolcon'a r.^d Bombala, leach ing lafctor placo a-j 7 p.m. Lojivo BJmbala at o a.m. on Sundays, Wtdueydaya and Fridays, arriving at Dolegata, via Nichokon'u and Cniigio at 10.80 a.m. :. Leave Dolegato overy Sunday, Wed nesday and Friday for Corrowong at H a,m., arriviiifj at LoO p.m. Lofivo Currow -ng at 10 a.m. on Mon days, ThurGd.\. a ana Saturdays, arriving at Delegate i\t 1 p.m. Leave Delegato ovorj Sunday and Wednesday an 11 a.m. for Tombouw, arriving at f)eleoat3 on re ur ? overy We ,lnesd«y and Sunday fit 7 p.m. Leave I)eloL.ate at 1 l.oO . -liu. on Sun day ami 0.30 a.m. on Tliuraiiuy, reitching Beridoc (Vie.) 2 p.m. ut, Suuda^ a:ul 1 p.iu. on Tlnuvday, Bouarig (Vic.j -it -i.;i0 p.m. on Suudii.\ stud 4 p.m. o-i Thursday, and Orboss ('Vie.) at 0 p.m. ou Monday and 6.30 p.m. oa IVid.ij. Leavo Orboht, vi.i Dorian^ aud B...

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The Cunninghame Murder. SALE, WEDNESDAY, 4.80 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 December 1895

fie €iiMSE2?$saffii-i; Murder. [By Telegrath] SALE, Wednesday, 4.80 p.m. At tho Salo ' Supromo Court to-day, Charles Strango was found guilty of the wilful murder o£ his mate, Fraderick DoWfjQ, and ceutoncad to death.

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FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER I. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 December 1895

FIGTIQN; ,MiEC}UUElTEyS- HERITAGE. By Mbs. GnonaiE Sheldon. CHAPTER I, (Continued.) Mrs. Williamo, Conotcmco'o aunt, fav oured tho hnndaomo nn-i danhing f mi tor, - and, as noon as oho realised that lie was in dead oarnoat, dul overt1) ing in her? ppwor to asniot him In Hi ) wooing. ?? He hnd monoy, hijjh poci.il olnnding, ' .jwas vc;rnod in the vaj a of Uio world, and' she' .flattered howolf that H would -po a great ocniGveirctmc it- luuxijr uu iiui niece in snob, a grand otylo. Conseqnontly pho was much delighted , when Constance, with meny bluaheD rind consideroblo emotion, eoniidontially in formed her that Mr. Southworth had offered himsolf to her. She congratulated her zaoat hourtily, assuring hor that ahe had inado the matoh of tbo eoaeon and ought to con sider herself a very fortunate girl. * You will occupy a high position hero in Eocioty,' ohe oaid, in a tono of great satisfaction, ? and ho id ablo to give you evorytr ing that you want.' ' But, auntie, I filv.a5 o havo had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 December 1895

:% ''Site '?? ?%;3K'E.;.S3^ ?;? ?-':?£? ^PUBLISHEI- '?? !AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. ? .'-?' :';:-::?.*??-'???'??'??? ?:?;'..*. ':'?.'?? ' and Circulating in ? .,',-.., ,',4 ? -..?, . ?' ; ':'''/?? : -.? : . -Delegate, Craiqie, Bombala,. ConnoTVONO, Tombong, Delegate Riveh, .?/???., ;'-? ....... Wollondibbt, Bendoc and Bonang (Vic.) ; ''..?';.' ':??:?-?? '??'?' ?:?'??='/? :': '- ' '?''.?':.' - ' : ' '..-.?: ,/VVv:^'; ?;. '??^ i||||^WlLIGIIT ' AND,; toA^||||| ?SSiSSSS:-v-- '? ? proprietors... ^,:r;:,:vH;;pS|S ?:'r%-fiil'-j/ THE POLICY IS. PURELY DEMO'OKA^Ijtt^'-s)'^; f , ^iU'''bi.'-''tK«6i«gi»ly'--'R©pi«Beiitatlvo o£ th« i/^i^tr—.j^^y^.N^By^itod; :.V v'.--';v':'-v t:-V''*~v;|\'v v .?-'?''?;:- ':?;'?' ;; -: ? ? .'. -IntereBtingi- .?'.'.. ?'.? ?'? :^'.i:.:^^}---i£^ ^£W? j; p@$ ;|§' ^ernis : of ^s0^^^^^i[^$iU : :^ : ?^:4^ JER (JUARTERIN ADVANCE. ' ;? ' ' V ' ?'--lJ-^-:^- ^ -'.^ 'O^^:^ ?-^'S:\:4« '/.,?'.'„?'.? 'if BOOKED.. '/-.^ ?'{.:.^W;?'^X^-&^'%, \ ;! V ?'; ;. '?'.: J'...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 December 1895

Cleneral News. -.;?.?'. . .^ ? ? - ? ? . '' ;???—- ( «» _ , ? ?j PATAJU ACCIBKHT .AT DUMKEID ? A flad accident occurred at Ditnk«ldj(Vio-) on We^^«*dayiaat which reaaltod in the ||eMH -6f ' .a;'1 yotang1. girl*. . named Vivian AlUra. 8he \waa leading home a calf, and ohiid4ifc Ued th« Jbaiter round her waist Her' hat ble*6it ^»d frightened the calf , ^hif^hrbjDlt'ed aa^ 'dragged: her along tho metal read for nearly a mile/ The injtt 'riea.,s^i(^iinsd eftwed her death in holt ja&yjktu:.. '''?'.;.',' ... . .-. '.? ??? ' ? TOST BEFORE THE BATTLE MOTHER JLitjciooaiY SaootiNo hmu&za. — At the 8ale Supromo Court ua Tiifsdny, Sid lnt\, beforo Mr, Jnatice nodgoo, Vtcn . Dondat Rugglea wan chiir^d *.rith nhaqt- ing at and killing tr/o hor.-.cs, Via pro party ox Samuol Wright ct Stoohdclo, about 14 miloa from Str/itf :rd. Tho j:ry fo\tnd tho priconer not- t^'.il'jy «n bo'*'. chargou,. end, cftor rcsuiyL'..^ (ho vordict, hid Honor, c3r]reeBiujj tho aco^i'.ud, ccic! — Two jtiric...

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Items of Sport [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 December 1895

1 '--. v ;lte^.^vSj|W^:§'::=^-: ? The Gftvwnor ^as'jgn^^'^:*^rb«* age ^tbJthe '??*; J.Cfc£'v ? ^y^-'V:; '^;- H-. ^^-'';;': ?'??;v,. ??: ? ?:?; vi ????: V^^^v?1^'^^^--^^^''? ?^^;' v M L A, AdrW En(?k ^lij*^* -fir oaaoy 'pi^ thf' AiJ.^ (Qi«^tt(^;gS;. |.:,^ Tb^ Srdl^^Twf OloV «t*e *147G la Stake* at' Htodwfck 0n Jaauarf 'X5 a*# ??- Jainwa^aj^'eince.-^hla vViiit^ip^'tii'B' mouutaitta, oaH» -bn» of ? 1t|*' AiAchiB«ft ?''Kato6mha,M-rbetatli*« ? -^ '; ia' fai*p-ia « *r ita fau . ?? .;.^;^ :,:;i ' ?Li^v-^^^^: The well-known -English 1&icket«w, J; IX Walker and J. Jr Ferris wUl be playiag orleketin Sydney shortly. ' ? ? \ Rumour saya~ that an officer of the Onelty to Animals Society in required on Rand wiok training track at times. . ' ?Horet, a Cran^rook oolt oat of Zante and owned by Mr. H. C. White, in a grind two-year-old. He won the A. J.C. most con vinciugly from ft amort neld. Stanbnry will no doubt go over to tho old coon try . and take little Wag Hard ingV sculling mustier d...

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