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  4. Sporting

    The outcome of the Prowler-Daisy Mar case is that Reg Payne, of Young, has been sent out for three years, W. Oakes for 12 months, and jockey ...

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  6. A BRIDGE WANTED.

    A deputation representing the Canobolas Shire Council, and consisting of Crs. C. Blunt (President), M. F. Dalton, T. H. Oates, Messrs ...

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  7. ORANGE BOWLING CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the above club was held at the Shire Hall on Saturday night. Present, Messrs W. E. Bouffler (president), J. T. Bartle ...

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  8. Personal

    Mr. Arthur Ellis Riley, editor and part-proprietor of the Goulburn "Herald," died last week, aged 55. At the last meeting of the Dubbo ...

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  9. BETTING ON SYDNEY CUP.

    The betting on the Sydney Cup has undergone some changes, and there are now five first favorites, viz Night-watch, Booster, Finmark, West ...

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  10. DONCASTER DAY.

    The Australian Jockey Club's long delayed autumn meeting was begun at Rand-wick this afternoon. Originally fixed for April 19 and the three ...

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  11. COURSING.

    The Orange Coursing Club intend opening the season next Saturday afternoon, May 24th. when three stakes will be run off. Just now, ...

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  12. SHOT THROUGH THE HAND.

    A colored man named Prince, in a hotel at Rozelle last night, pulled a revolver out of his pocket, The weapon exploded, and the shot went ...

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  13. NARROW ESCAPE IN THE HARBOR

    The wreck was narrowly averted in Sydney Harbor yesterday of the American schooner, H D. Bendixsen, which broke from her towline while ...

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  14. CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR FINED.

    A man named Yates, a conscientious objector, has been fined £50 at Liverpool, or two months' imprisonment, for distributing leaflets ...

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  15. THE WHEAT SCANDAL.

    The Hon. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, speaking at Molong on Friday, referred to the wheat scandal, and declared that the wheat is not tainted. He ...

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