United Press Association—Per Electrics Telegraph—Copyright .Received June 17, 9.54 a.m. Arbitration Court Work. Sydney, June 17 With a view to overtaking Arbitration Court work again Mr Justice Cohen has asked the Government to appoint a deputy president. This necessitates the appointment of a Supreme Court Judge, though Mr Justice Cohen's services are available i£ specially urgent matters arise. Horses for the Indian Army, The Army Remount Department of India has informed the N.S. Wales Premier that tbe supply m Australia of the class o£ horß6B required for army purposes is rapidly decreasing, and unless something is done quickly, the trade will be lost to Australia. Earthquake Shocks. Slight earthquake shocks occurred at Cooma yesterday. A Copper Lode. A promising copper lode has been die* covered near Cooma. . The Customs Frauds. Melbourne, June 16 Allen has agreed to pay £1,100 coßts m the fish cases m addition to £207 penalties already paid, £247 duty, and one-eighth of the costs of the cases wherein Allen and seven others were concerned.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905
AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905
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