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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Sultry and Unsettled. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY.; :?'--? Sultry and Unsettled. ; SVKS'JSY,. Tuteday. rJ,lie .chart to-day- ijj one which illu strates the distribution of pressure pe culiar to the summer 'months in Aus * fcralia.- and one favoring tiie occurrence of thuudf.-y conditions in c.i - .ny. frioe.i presdu.ro' systems 'depicted, all of whic-ii uro'1 ooirtrihutiiii' tot the unset tied wea tji--r oonditious 'cliaractori&tki' tf the \'o.)l!' infla-taces:' The ox|-lajiat:on ol thia.iphaie fuvoruble U- thunder dcveloj) nitjuta is tiho - intcimuxture' of Various ^yin/cj, (co.itroilod by several high nres suve' fcyto'iii) and different item))eratures ? and liuiniditie.:? ; thus hot northerly winds in ropr --i' tho oastern ? aud i-*coler '-ntht?rlicn in i'lviuict» of tho ito bars of th© western 'liigjli.''^ Thesa arc . confined to a wmuwi'iituvely re&t/icLctl are* in v 'vluch -unstable conditions re sult. ' ' . * ? YCfcli Lliesj i'--ndit-oii-.v uu'ettled^bUltry ?jveatlier generally slioulf...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MALTESE SCANDAL. What it is Costing Australia. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

MALTESE SCANDAL. What it is Costing Australia. . SYDXEY. Tuesday. Y hile Sfr. Hughes -fails to arrive at ,i ocsisiou as to what will be done with Uic twenty Maltese who came to Aus t/ii.'la. whilu tlio relereiiduji ( '.iinpai&p was in progress and were not permitted co :and, Australia continues to paj £100 a month for keeping them in idle .e.-i in New Caledonia. .V;\ I-lughos declared that no /colored or other 'labor, would be ' permitted to come to Australia , during the war. Under thib instruction tlic Majtese are ,e.. i excluded.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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PROSECUTED FOR PERJURY. Man Acquitted on Murder Charge. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

PROSECUTED FOR PERJURY. Man Acquitted on Murder Charge. SYDNEY, Tuesday. William Eyles, whose conviction tor-i alleged wife murder was set aside by j Jie Criminal Appeal Court was charged , at ' the .police court to-day with having j cciiimitt'eci perjury in connection with I) . , rcceut trial at the quarter ttf&sions 'the magistrate asked counsel tor the Uro An: Have you any precedent lor iho pro tecution of a man lor perjury when ae Has heen acquitted of murder? Counsel: There .are plenty. / ocused -was remanded till February 26.tli, by \vhi,3h date it is expected the iprcal to the High Court will be heard, lla. I was refused. ,i ?

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Scene at Leak Inquiry. MR. LAWSON'S INTEMPERATE LANGUAGE. "I Don't Give a Damn." NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Scene at Leak Inquiry. MR. LAWS0NS INTEMPERATE ' ' LANGUAGE. - 'I Don't Give a Damn.' ' \'JiW YORK, Tueidav. (Renter's Telegram.) sir. Lawson continued1 his testimony before the leak inquiry and finally de clined to- give, naimes of1 persons who had tipped' the information eff to Wall Street 'from Washington. | The inquiry was adjourned till Tues day. The committee in I'he meantime will consider whether to commit 5fr. Lawson for contempt, of court. The scene throughout, the .day wa-s remarkable'. 'Frequently - *Sh: ? Lawson was rebuked fo.r his intemperate lan guage. ? . , 'I don't give n damn what the tom uiitlee does.' sand 3Ir. Lawson at the conclusion when the question of gaoling i him for contempt was considered.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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LATEST GABLE NEWS. Wall Street Peace Leakage. PRESIDENT WILSON RESENTFUL Warns Newspaper Men of Danger. Relations with Germany. VANCOUVER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

LATEST CABLE NEWS. Wall Street Peace Leakage. PRESIDENT WILSON RESENTFUL , Warns Newspaper Men of, Danger. Relations with Germany. ?ViANCOUViER, Tuesday. (Reuter's Telegram.) Jt is stated at \VashingtGn that the Entente reply to President AVilson's Xote is expected there hourly.' ' ^ Cables to Tuesday's New York papers say the reply has been modified.' i 'The President in a public statement al Washington deeply resents the atti tude of the nswspapers in the', Wall | Street leak controversy investigation, criticisms of State affairs, ahd the Go vernment's attitude in foreign rela tions and like -matters. '?Tihe President plainly intimates to newspaper men that speculation about international matters onay lead; the United Slates into war. ITe regards it | as unpatriotic. foolisJli^and malicious. Mr. Gerard's Berlin speech, in which, he' said while Hollweg-g:. ITindenburg. Zimmermau and Oaipelle were in power the relations between Germany and the United States would always continue1 io...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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ROLL OF HONOR. INVERELL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

ROLL OF HONOR. INVERELL, Tuesday1. Corporal Edwin A. Leese, son of Mr. A. J. Leese, of Arawatta, who enlisted i at Inverell in the 1st Light Horse in. I August, 1914, and has been through' the Gallipoli campaign . and more the recent iu Egypt,' has been awarded the Serbian I n-edal 'ler distineuished service aurint; I the ?campaign'.' His younger brother, I Driver . Arthur J. Leese, of the 6th Enr I glneers', who has also been through the Gallipoli campaign is also on service. Mr. v. W. Morris, of Inverell. has re ceived word to the effect that his: son, Private AVialtor Morris, is in hosiptal in London, with an injured ankle. Another brother, Pnvatp Fran k -. Moms, is now On ills way to the front. ' ' YTord has been received to the effe-'t that Private Ij,. S. Nosbitt. of Invera'.l, -ws wounded in'adlon on Pe^eniiber -H.h and Is now in hospital lii London. Pri v.ito Kesbitt. who is a son of Mrs. J. Neshitt. of Stannifcr, enlisted- from In; vorell in March last, being at tho time hi...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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LATE SPORT. GOSFORD RACES. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

LATE SPORT. GOSFORD RACES. aiTJDXJSY Tuesday. I I'oLIonm^ arts tdio results -'l tlio U0i- , lord l-iicos:— ' ;.[ 'ifaideti Handicap: Trcfcsimita 1, Bra tsny ii, Kctl J'iat «(. Uinnca', ii 'to 1. \mm 'by t«-- leiigti)«. Tmio, J.Ju. ?( ?Niuwij- Jd-iud.c-ip: 'Ticij'iig 1, Kit'eliiil 2. Concopta 3. ANuuicr, o to a. Won by a length. Timi\ -19:1. iXovice Handicap: ICugal 1, Bunny liug 2, Sir 3lostyu-.3. AVumer, TO to V o.i. Won, bv a leugtdi and a half. Time,' 1..J2. ' - ! laying Handicap: Davy Muthauan 1, Gulaiot a Oroy Sleovci- 3. AVinner, ovens, j Won bv two and' a iiali lengths. Tune. ii- i ?1..-MJ*. ; _ Gosford Handicap: Kifingham J, l'er sian Oat 2, Lincra 3. ? , \\ .nncr, .-- to i. won by a length1. Time, J.-Jl. ? , ^Velter Handicap : 'Odd Gun 1,'J^.eath eigo 2. Chantry 3. Winner, 15 to '1. Won u,. .i length. ' T-Juio, 1.15. |

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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More Terrible Floods. HUGHENDEN DISTRICT NEW SCENE. Five Persons Drowned. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

More Terrib'e Floods. 'HUGHENDEN DISTRICT NEW - SCENE., Five Persons Drowned. . SVDXJiV. I'n «,'.!. ,v. .A Uo-KUlo ii ud cal'iinitoiis. ll.iotl i- re ?poi-t-^d from Hugliond'^n,, QiK'ju.5'1!' 1. Five moinboiw of the Jeiilfo i^on fmii i'v J. Jonkenwc), liw wi/o wii'J iheir *»n Jolin, acjed 2-t. and 'his' -vifo find fillilJ. i»reil ,18 months wore 3rqwiisx.l lever A'h.Hav. Tim watpi- strpaiucd l- i l:.f.n .sen'3 housa which win- wos'joJ ii'iav ] Fiiflier ai'd motlier with wL?ir i.vn f-o'.s and two diniK'liters wore ol'iii; n^ ro Mifi roof. Jenkensen. iun. and liio wife »v-l oli il'd -n-ei-o hi a flVill-'on room vW-di '-rv-f* off from the. main, liijilding. Tito liitter fttmclt :i tree two nr'Hos down ;,tir-rim. | ? Two sons mid two daughters v. ore- fluiif on. ono of its livnnchcs and thoy were rt- -^ucdl after 10 hours. ' Thi» Thompson family was ivwuci m ter three daysnuid three ii-gb».i' orfpu euro. '

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METAL MARKETS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

METAL MARKETS. llOSV,OH, Monday. , Standard copper on. bpo.t £13313, three mouths' delivery £J2y/o; olectrolytio cepper, £142/10- lead .on spofc -.50/ U, three ,'ontliis, delivery £j;/10; Rj/eltcr on tvnt LoO/5 tlu-€(v months' delivery £13 51; tin- on jspot. £18J/12/6 three months doHvor.v £lS^/2/G.

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COUNTRY TENNIS CARNIVAL. Tamworth Again Defeated. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

COUNTRY TENNIS CARNIVAL. , Tamworth Again Defeated. yyi-MiY, Tuesday. following .u-e to-day's rcsulta of the I Country Tennis Orfrnivul: — I Urangm v. launvortli. , L. £ukcr and Underwood (O.), - v. A. I'Jmblwi and IVyor (T.), 0-2, C-3. Ij. I'i.ikor and Underwood (O.), v. B. Uidftvoll and' «. J&nWen (T.) 0-4, 4-C. J. and M. Bayley v. S. Bidwcll and G Em bleu, G-l. 0-3. M, Bayloy v. A. limbJeu and Fryor,' 0 „ ? 6-p. Orango 'Won Toy 7 sets 10 ganius. to J -;i b vO gjiiiet-. Junior Open Singles.: Baylov bout Vombrain (C-1, C-3. Men's Singles Handioap: Kmblcn beat Perry -5-3. '6-2. Rico v. Sleiivarb postponed. Logaii, beat' Kdnvai-ds 3^0, o-o, (j-2. JOagle ibeat White, O-o, o'-l. Mixed Doubles liandK-'ap: Can- and j\Irs. Fitisha.'d-age ibeat Jaket u.vd Mrs. C'lirton, 6-3, (i-2.

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SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

SCRATCHINGS, SYI5NJ5V, 'J'uetoday. Ulialleut/o ytukcs: Sweet Thoughtfe. | Anniversary Handicap: Lothian. Siic^.* ]-radi''o Stakes and Champagne : Tie Quaker Girl. ' A.J.C. Autunui races; Cuampagnc l- akes: King Pretty. Sires' .Proautv Stnitos: Ivnut J-'retty. St. Legor: Ramillics, Validity. A.-I.C1. i3i-i-iiig races: Deruy — Is-ing I'j-otty. ltosebci-y races : Fourteen hands »in d-t-ap: brellu. . Fourtewi-ono finudiiMp: Quick -i-eip. . Inlying Handicap: Diablerie, Lady l.~.ilfour.

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INVERELL WEIGHTS. INVERELL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Inverell weights. IXVKaiflLX,, Tuesday. l lie ? -toljowlng weights have been de clared for Friday's events in connec tion with, the Inyeroll Jockey Club's summer meeting; — ? j Opening Handicap, « furlongs: Yan kee York 9.12, Laggard 8.10. Abcrdonia 8.S, Chassis 8.5, Sealster 8.2, Bugilbone 8.0, Nickaway 7.9, Hadleigh 7.7, Gunner Inn 7.5, Laddie Blue 6.7. firs f. NVlVI O.P. I-rmirlir-nn C fiii.tA.w»a . Jloongulla 9.5,;Gunher Tom 9.0, Yetcot iA, Bromide 8.2, Arctic Light 7.11, 3'iro Thing 7.9, La Gunn 7.0, Nor May 7.0, Cdoiver 7.0, Iflqua 7.0, Kruzcr 7.0. ? New Year's Gift, 7 furlongs: Yankee York 9.32, Pounc S.12, Poltellic 8.3, Busilbone S.O, Lady Una 7.13, Maltioo 7.11, N.K. 7.9, Sunspray 7.4, Solar Ple XU.-3 7.0. Neivstead Welter, 7 furlongs: ? Aber aonia 10.7, Classis- JC-.-t, Sealster 10.1, Xickaway S.9, Hadleigh 9.6, Coppingah XU, Rondalee S.12, Lady Caville 8.10, Odol 8.4, Laser S.O, Fuslow S.Q. Keera Handicap,' 1 niile: . Pounce 9.0, Postellic 8.5, N.K. 7.11, , Suuspray 7.6,...

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MANILLA GRASS-FED RACES. MANILLA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

MANILLA GRASS-FED RACES. 3LVKIL.L.A,- Tuesday. The Maii-dla- vxruiMr-led race meeting ivh4- held to-day and prov«l very suc u,ss'l'ul. Over £110 were taken, mclud niQ £-18 ior bookmakers' fees. Tno meet-! n. C will'ibc cn,.v'iuacd' t-o-day. | x'oilc.win' nr° tile i « ~nlt&- : — Plying Handicap: A'. Baldwin's Clfcaii 1; -j-XKllcnl a; bay jiaanpton. 3. Wiu itsr, 'i to 2. . \ Ahiidtvi Staki'i,: (_'. Kin^dutn'L-Kalado 1 ; J-oo Color 2 : Planet i). 3. Winner t t.j I. rtc».[-;tiil iLiuul:cax-: Parker's Ooroo ncok 1 ; Captain Dave 2 ; 'tresdcincrc 3. \- miitu- 2 to 1' on. T.n'lipt' F-acpiet: |r r-'-incsiiil-c's Lndy Loighi 1; Caandbon, 2; Dectral 3. Wm Matrou's H-indK-ip: X'lsoi-'s Dec Hampton '1; Moalin 2; Sea Eagio 3.. Winner, 2 to 1 on. f-(Kia.l Handicap: Hall'.s Maniac 1 : Tango Tim 2; Jiirrisheld 3. W.n.ior. -j lo -I on.

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A DANGEROUS PRECEDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

A DANGEROUS PRECEDENT. -'\ye in Australia, cannot lengthen the life' of the Senate. Wo could have done so' h,ad we taken action a few months ago; but ,-uncler . the Constitution there hjte' to be a ' referendum ?with the six nionthV interval' with H-liich other pro posed amendments of the Constitution hav« familiarised us. But if we request ' It £o tp do, there is little if any aouDt tha* -the/ British Parliament will give Senators 'a. longer term. Everything de pends on., the 'We.' A unanimous or nearly unanimous vote of the two Hous« * ivould, suffice. Whether, Lloyd deprjje'^ Ministry wauld. accept a state J njent - from Ministers 'ere as sufficient isViJn open question. If the Ministry ' -Hwuld V6 .are obviously, in danger, for 'if 'the Huphes, Cabinet's request is to ' ibV a command to-day., the request of an OY.W. Ministry would posseete the same ' weight whenever it ,is presentea. jrob i ' slbw some will eaiil« at the idea of an I W.SV. ? or' syndicalist Cabinet ; but 'it Mes...

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LIFE OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

?* ' LIFE OF P ARMAMENT. . Jn. 'flll discussions of the question ot the- hour, whether in 'the press or in ??» ?»- 'ptaoefl' .where vmen-r meet' .and) -talk; it- as , - -tsj.k-en.-for granted that no spark ot pa tr'iotio [ feeling will 'be shown by the offi cial liaborites.- -Everybody is tacitly of Greater Britain, of opr 'boys at the front, or 'BeiRium ^ouana anu wi« uuinui *j-v- bor-- members .regret this, but they -are .the 'bandsmen, ot- the 'bosses and must obey- when Hihe whip is , cracked. TJhe , diffiaulty- is that 'as it hasi a majority in the'J-j3enate'. - official Labor can cut ott supplies. ISiere should be '-an election 'off *18'Senators in May, and that elec tion :wouldl probably make an 'end of official ILaibor'e'* majority, but therei is a widespread desire to avoid' an appeal at that time; to be followed by -an election of representatives later ni the year. There' are some very strong objections to*' lengthening; the life of Parliament.

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REPRESENTING AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

,- HEPBflSSiENrEINO AUSTRALIA. ? ,Were the Christmas and New Year dailies evei- quite as barren as- this year ? All , the secondary' public) interests have staled 'completely, and oi .big federal in terest's there was nothing new to say. Mr% Hughes motored to Melbourne on Monday and invent out to the races at Fleminlgton. Mr. Cook in -turn inter viewed Mr. Boyd, Sir William Irvine and others. As the Prime Minister would tell.' the journalists nothing, they amused themselves .by setting down at great length their awn. guesses at what had happened, or -anight happen later. That gave .Tuesday's papers a line; the dish was gbrved up again on. Wednesday with a'littto more chit-chat about a possible fusion, an. appeal to the Imperial Par-, ' liament -to lengthen the session, and so oil! Meanwhile as the, Conference is to jneet about the end of February, every body assumed that ,an arrangement had been arrived atj for Australia's repre sentative must be making ready.

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HEALTHY PAGA[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

? - ? -HBALfflHiY a'AurAu.j. Some little timei ago onei'of the ciev eresfc men in Melbourne remarked to me: 'My girls are just healthy pagans; very pleasant, not an idea, not a, strong conviction amongst thorn.' My Puritan 'frienHis see in daylight saving an, inoew - tive to the lounging away of every lei ' sure hour of tihe summer. Passing the ^ shadier s:de of camp life, and the young ?. people pi vthe Victorian capital crowd' ' camps Jwhich. linei 'beaches running on, animal.', \ Canon' KJngsley described him ,1 self living- 'the life of a pig' ,on an English, beach. — just eating, dnnikm-gj ' ; sleeping. ' It is a grand tonic for the straniuous -who have ovei-worked, but its '* effects oil those who do as little as' pos **, sibte in the coureeof the shortest work irtfi' -iday they can. ''win are mdxed. In iho' daurso of 'th-e- pdst few days, I have ; Been**- thousands of ca.mpers. ^ Only one '?af^tfre malesihad -a.' book of any sort open', . and ' eVery ' novel in the hands of t...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

'. ?! VMrruRNEfD sow-imw. .Wlien Mr. Hughes returned to his oHk»j on Tliursday. he deivoted some at te'ntiori to the plight of the returned soldiers. Stone of them are young, 6in ele'* overstrninod. and decidedly/ casual. The Prime Minister said : 'Such soldiers oa being discharged receive their °5f°i' red pny, and frequently if entitled to -? .nonctnn tin iiot, worrv aibout it. Ihero are men and ?women eager to shore the deferred pny. These range from hobble dehoys and flappers w'lio simply want a'goodi time and onoOurage th© exsol diiw to flinc aw.ay his money as they fling away theirs wlien they happen to have any to women of tho vamjMro type and men who sell worthless properties ?and businesses at ruinous rates.. Uie net result is that tho discharged Rot throuA ti'»r ready money then nnd -themselves #mpty-pocketod, unemployed ? and temporally iiMtapajble of,1}0'1 worlc. The Prime Minkter holds rightly enough that there- should be some organisation to advise and to assist the ret...

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DANGER OF FUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

'? ?,-' nANOBR, OF FUSION. -.'lUhe -coniseir.va,tive -section ot the 'l-i»e- ralr press' whicln favored fusion,. ? has been; taught the 'error of its ways. On Thiuirsday. it climbed down, admitting tkat , not 'only the Hughes' Labontes, hut the great body of Liberals are op nos'ga 'td fulsion. ' A 'certain genial old Kffioihii. iwho- considers the Commonwealth ' ' « 'iri'ijeril whenever he is out of office, and' a .te-w less * prominent office seekers., ' are^for Coalition. Their notion is that Hughps *nd Cook could1 cany the *iext ileWon; after that official Labor would necessarily gain' ground rapidly. ? But they think that in three years from Sep tember next anything may turn up ; and th'e.ibeedy professional lives* for; to-day. On ; the other ' hand, the solid men do . 5t»ot 'want a' shanv union, and are quite aware that', apart from, agreement on cenduot) of tho- war, their ideals and those of the other wing differ in many ' -important .respects. They want not 'fueioft, but agr...

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LATE MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

LATE 'MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS.' «^'I-^'K1? Tuesday ' . Altliougli die ya'id'.ng, was binallcr at Aloxandvia to-day tho quality was not to good '-and values Hero easier. , (Quotations: Whoaton ehiitl Di-.'iie »/3. t,cud -1/ medium 3/9. inferior 3/1 to 3/4, oaten, chaq choico 5/4, good 4/3 to 4/8, ,iutidium t»/d ; luccriio dan feoucl -jj vj ,l-'\ : lucerne iiay good, -1/u t« o/3, muiium viii); potatoes, niedraju 0/ to (j/S. Nortliern {?-?ales: Jii-.n^rne elm ft , iro:n C'oombcu, 'Nciningha oji ; Ciiaile.v, Ac mingha, 5/, threshings 3/0, balance dus.1 8 per cent, lucerne Iiay; Moad, West JJa:tlan-l, passed-H/-; King Dans, Tarn worth, pavt 5/3.

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