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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Doan's Reports Investigated. No 'Ret urn of Illness fur Nine Yenis. VVe ,J«re answering a' vetj important question to-dny—viz , Do th6 people who say tliev have linen cured lijr Doan'ri Back ache Kidney Pills .«uy:cured ? A medi cine which cures mei'ily for i» diy or a week is worthless, il is only'i tonic or a purga tive, but the nitidbinu which drives the ill ness a ivuy so I li nt it sisys away, that medicine does nil medicines' c,iti do. We have lieen veiifjini; out earlier published cases, and we me phased to say that the result of our ilivest ii; it inns has been most "ratifying. The cine.- liy Doan's Backache Kidney Pills aie permanent cure*. Here's proof of this'statement. Air. \V. l-foiding, Silver Leaf Eucalyptus Oil Factory, Belmont.-street, Inglewcod, says :—"lean recommend Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for backache. I had the trouble fcr a lows lime, and it was only when ' I obtained this remedy that I got relief:' The pain eased shortly after I commenced to use the medi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIMPSON'S GREEK. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

SIMPSON'S GREEK. "(nto.M ot'it co!iiiKi<rt).s'i): Tli'cdocultny match lid wi.cii lliv ciinliiiiu.l tenuis ofKliwola ami Kiivjnw it v. Arnold tv:W 'pliij'ufl im the Arnold "tiiviml mi S ,im • day last. --There was u 1 u'jc crowd . ,f Interestedspectiitoi* present, and liiudtuon was provided fur all by I lie di*t I ict ladies and ww greatly appreciated. Thecr>tiiln*(ieii team was nob represented-by <piite its full strength, neither was l)i« Arnold tenn, although l.lio htter ivoiesli»)itly better off ill this respect. Tim utmost, -^nod fee.linn prevailed throughout, the match. Kuoies : — A C.NDl.ll.' J, Bro.ifcnbill^ cOibnore, ;b Cook ... ij P. Chamberlain, c Brow nV ti Cook ^... 17 SV. Kiordan,.cTJilmor>>t.t) Ri'»wn ... 3 \V. Weir, c Hunt; b Coi>!< IV W,.Jackson, b Cook" ... 5 A..Arnold, " to Urowii" ... !l \V.' Graham, c Sonlsbj1, l> Brn.vii ... 2 A'. Bro'wnbill, c C.ifl'ey, b Hunt ... 14 R, W'oodall, c ColIVy, It Cook I ... 29 |'F. Met...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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An Old Turf Fraud. FATE-ULINA CASE REVIVED. LIFE DISQUALIFICATION IMPOSED APPLICATION FOR ITS REMOVAL. REFUSAL BY CHARLTON TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

"t An Old? TuM Fraud.' : fiAM5.UJ.lNA -CAW REVIVKD. •^;i^.UlSQlUMFlCATJ()N-fMPOSKD 't ,,i',1;iCATH)N FOH- lTS UEMOVAT, H^ALWcnA«LTi)xnmr ' •,',f a sensational- iiwui"; s« " II ifpre- rfvij*-1 ' n'j,^ .StHSS'* ? "r l|C'' . "Turf C,,,\ild,y mybt, when tho l'ate Tmf,plub:s races on \t, t'lC, •„.« "nJ, 1005, illMunltm Monday* J in lH«rd sliowed tlmt rule. t|lC ,sc' omrtcrs. tl,em .hemg there «ete le" .'Kutc wns favorite »t ?% Second favorite at«to4 1 Un^lv nine hoises were sent away dtfiitnsj> 5 tjowover^iiritl If ate luMt hv the SniiuiH Tliontliutrouble I>rel.y^ f^rU.o ;W« orF:,tt"' di'S lieyin- A^'jiidge'shox, »nd P. <''sl':lu at J'Vraf cutcM,ed, 'V »ef' The'7X*\ »"s"PhoW ,ml ^ I I'Vrded ^!riU^f,;cld «,«.the course j* to An >nfl"liy f I'lina. Py 11,1,1 lm,u tllc,le ,vlmt-V.0C^"^ ° et(ony MlsIiioioii tint the mi a Pru. ? i-uu". and whether 1 att nhdMwl ho"1'- ;„,,a liv til): stewards- He *,< cl<«cly exanii" )1(J s.,;d ti„a the rider r 3(mt.»nd ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Land Settlement. CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

;; v Land Set'11 enfdht. ckow'n i/amj.s;available. ; A n:uc! vance. c->py of ilie'fort nightly list nfLMwn I Hid.-' ivailahle, 'Iwliich will be HU/.-jttlM tins hci'U, was issirtiil on- Tues day. ,fri contains .1 iiuinliei'Yif'HtPHS" in the viirinlis (listi lets «lnulp iviil ■ tie oppji for application till llii*. lltli Felir'nary, 1914. .L'ncisvjexpept ulioiv nilu'rWiie minted, are A I. 15s, niitl-10- .MMspfctivel jv'.fiir .first. ten niul; and III nil class lands. The distances are 141VUH tn. tliu nearest.-railway ."titinu. Fuller inTormaiion nviy lie •itifHined from 1 lie land i.lhceiivor from-tlie Ii<rjniiy Office, Liiidr, departm en 5,,el I xiu rue. nendigo District.—Paiish of Itienanah — U.:i7iaciei';Uiist;:ol»^s. :l.j I(|« pur tcre,'tjyp ni.iles fniiii Gifi.niil'iyii. ' (Wi*h of jtaiiw* wick—40 'icie'sj-'si'tiiiiid clus, -three ui|le» froni Giildilioinu^h. J'.-iii.-li nf \Vji%ny»rM — 40'acres, ■ second class 4A mile* from Thi nauntl'i:. ■ f>r . I.'r>tTt*ie ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

CRICKET. I The second round of tho Loddnn Vivllcy District Cricket Association will lie com menced to - morrow, when Arnold |ivill commence 11 two-days' match Hg-iinst Newbridge, on the former's ground.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

sporting, o —— TEA N IS. To maiiow's mntclies •Serpentine v. Iri»lewood I!.' Inglewood A. v. liridgcwnler. Tnglewood C., vliye. Tennis Ili.— Messrs. Li-1 ■limit, Sutherl'ind, Tutcholl,'Tnysom. Set-1 pentine.—Messrs. 0. iind A. 0. Gl»dni»n, | A. Smith wd K. Owen. Emergencies—G. Uladninn nncl L. Smith. The In?lcivood| Indies will forfeit to Serpentine.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Programme of the Watt Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

The Programme of the Watt I Ministry. The country districts are well represented, in the new Walt Ministry mid llio pro gtamme, as outlined in Mr W.ut'n speech at Kssendon, is essentully n country pro-, groyne. A sustained policy of rsilway extension, And increased activity in dunlin;; with immigration, are its principal feature!". These are questions.in which the progress of the State is.intimately bound up, and a 'Ministry which will ^ive earnest, attention" to them will meiit the support of all sec 'ii'ii" 01 mo ljiuerai I'arty. xnere are still . .. i! uveas of the country districts which ans only pattinlly developed and which must remain no until they nie linked up with the railway system. Land 20 and BO miles from a mil way station and without good roads cannot lie turned to its boat use. There is scarcely a country electorate in the Suite which does not a fiord sheeting exam . pies of these conditions. A uiso and sus t lined system of railway extension would increase the produ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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JANIEMBER EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

JANIEMBER EAST. (PROM OUR COltUESl'ONlJKNT.) Mr. D. McCnnley, tho ivt-11 known con tiactor of Poiupapiel, lias .secured the con tract fur the erection of the new public hull at .r.tnieniber Knst. A start in to lie made with the building immedhtely the timber c:in bo procure I. The sitn fur the lull has been geneiously lonated by Mi% K. C. Mo,«#op. Most of the local farmers h iv<! finished their wheat-cartnig. Owing to the heavy storms, very few got the number of bags they anticipated. Mr. Washington will again show moving pictures in Mr. 0. Hopkins' woolroom on Saturday evening, I7th inst..

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American Beef Trust. OPERATIONS IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

American Beef Trust. OPKKATIONS IN AUSTRALIA. Ai fir an Mr Jl. Crowe, superintendent | «( eipwls attached to the Victori'iu Agri cultural Pepurtinont, is auuie, no meit hearing the bi^nds of fliins kno^n to be Mfuc'wteii will) the Ameiitmn beef tiust his been shipped from this Stale. It is declined to lie fairly common know ledge, however, that the tiust is operating in Ausir/din, :iltlmu«h it- is not possible to obtiin tlir.m«!i ufiici.tl channetaany definite idea as to the scope of feueh operations. The general impie.-sion appears to he that thcie i* no longer hmhii for doubt that the trust practically seemed a footing of some •art in the Commonwealth about two 01 three .wars ay,-.. .The l.ij* "mei»ei" does nob court the ((lure of publicity at theoutset of. its ui»iK(fitrrinj* for neiv markets, mid for that • tnd nilii-i reasons the difficulty of eliciting tuilirii'tic infui tuition legaidiny any expaii j ki>in in its scope will lie nppieciated. The lilridinus methods adopted ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

,.^'r Child,e.,\s Iluckinu Oni'^ii »t j»'iylit I ""(Is Oriut Peppermint Cum t rnt' 4 V'"1'" Gi'i'i't 'Puppurimiit Ciitu u *»akj? him l*kki, young: wiii'i'""! t lie clifst si ad .stomiudi vi.m'i ' ftlid Mi>r« due Id iiuii 1{hi,r';"1 Alr »•: Henley, .Saddler, UO onn'l"l "'-S '''S «'«'ju,ilie <ii<i me lain'.'>i' i iWuB vitfitl lo try .Cliamber iliaio' ?Me,3i lll"l did «o. "i got inline hamami am now never without n but r-r'!1 room- i »'» » very'old iniin, w'pllvUi"' ntake mo feci itorttlv,501'^'"', Sfi14 by. \V. JenningH, .! "fi Jnglevroiid aiid .Myein.

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Ulster Problem. THREATENED CIVIL WAR. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

} ' ' Ulster' Problem. • l n — ' .• 'I IIRKATKN F!0 CIVI r,\ W A I!. [jor.il'.n, .Imiuaiy .1". | Several iuipoi taut speeches have hern made dealing wiih the Home Rule <|uus tinn. . • The Postmaster-General (Mr Herbeit S-imuel), speakina :it Kston, in Yorkshire, said that tliu Nationalists sincerely wished for an amicable settlement. They would lie the lust, to desire that Ireland's new his tory should lie marred liy domestic conflict. Some of I lie Unionists in Great. Bi iUin re gal ded Ulster- aw the most useful caid in the political pick. He did not believe tlmt the responsible leaders were aniniited liy those cynical sentiments, hut. U!»ter Unionists would agree 10 settlement only on their own terms. There had never lio.cn any Agreement in great controversies where either party had wholly got its own way. • Mr J. Campbell, K.C., M.P.,.Unionist, speaking at York, said that their opponents stated tlmt they ought not'to introduce the Kind's name into, this, garni;. This ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Needs of the Country. NECESSITY OF DECENTRALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

The Needs of'the Coim\r.y. NKCISSSITY OF lJEClCNTRAI IS\ TION. Now that tho State Parliament is on the eve nf reassembling, tho wants «f the conn try will ho voiced'iu tho Legislative Cham hers. Tho munciou.s woiks neceafciry in tlio I'Uifil districts will, it i* confidently anticipated, lie urged upon the new State Government. The prosperity which Vic loriu now enjoys Ins had tlio effect (if in ducing the ciinnnunit.y to temporarily forget (lie: undeniable fact that Melbourne's well being is consequent, upon good seasons in tho country. Should wo experience two or tlnee lean years tho extvaviyantnnd short sighted pQli:y of bolstering, up tho over grown metropolis will awaken the people to the ruinous effect of neglccting the prim ,aty industries. The Watt Government ■ cUruied lii'sfc session that it was essentially I'a Ministry .which had always looked to the needs of tho country. Yet it committed . the;Statn 'to the expenditure of three or ' foiir.inijlions of money over the elect...

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Handling the Harvest. SOME BIG STACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

Handling tbe Harvest. s<imk'T:i<; stacks. Tin? p'-Mt inn at tint Ilendigo station in rc.-peot in lh>; wheat trafliu again norm*I, liuL ;i tremendous qmntity of grain is being daily sent tu the soa-board. The daily loadings h i\ j\vn a gradual falling nil, and nn Fi idtiy went doivn to 27,o43 bags. Sticks in station yards are reaching gigan tic proportions. At Rochester the stack is cimposed of 70.720 bags. Ch\rltiin has a s'.ick of 41.000 hags, and W'ycheproof one of 10.000 hags less. H ioi t has 25.000 liage to its credit. It would appear t>y the way that stacks have heon drawn upon, that the bulk r.f thcCvheat has been c tried in. 'Die follow ing table shows the. number of • bags hm'ded oil Friday and the number stacked at the -.tatioiis - CifMU'iinnu. ... Avoniiini'e Elmore Rochester Ecliucu Stintli dleii .... Riywodil T.uulnia DingL'8 \V, Piaiiio • ... Miliuno Miilog'l Pyramid Hill ICur.iny Fuiiluy Li'ike Clwiriii.. Mystic P-iik.. hike S.wnn Mill lvti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

PUBtiO' NOtiCEa. LOST.-UOT.TS anilQI.AM PS from fore carri«ne of Lorrv. Findt-r plea'e return to this oll'ice. TtaanksT : jl/I US. J MATTHEWS nnd FAMfl.Y LtX deairc to ox press their sincere 1 hanks to the Doctor, Nurses and .Matron :it the llosjiitiij, 11111] to tliejr irjeiujs fof the many expressions of ej'inre ceived In their aaJ bereavement, Impoundings. 7~~ T.MPOIJXDF.D in Pear's Lagoon Pound I on January 17th, 1014, one' Roan Bull, sear like"C on .off side; .110 other visible brand. If not claimed and ex penses puid lo be sold 011 February 7th, 1HH. I!, COIIIi. fVinh'lkecper. . l'-'/l/H. ■ ' ... • GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Land Available. PARISH of ilrenunah.—Allot. 12, Sec. C, K18 acres, 1st class, £1 10s per acre. Value of improvements, £31 17s 3d,, forfeited by J. Kvaim. All applications lodged by ilth February, 3014,- will be deemed to have beeii simultaneously re ceived. All pari ion hi re from lieudi'-'O Land Ofli c. . II. J. .IACK80N, ' Laud Oflicer. • liendigo, 10/1/14. RIC...

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RACING. WEDDERBURN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

x VfACISG. ' WEDDKUliUHN OLUR. The annual meeting of the above wis held on Wednesday evening, when it wae decided that races be held on Maich 25lli. Mr Q. Moiecroft stated that lie had received promises nf donations totalling £2:i, which included four donations of £5 each, [t >vas decided that the ami) of £lt);') |Je allotted for pii/.es, to he distributed us follows Trial Fimdica]', (i furlong , £10; Ladies' Bracelet Trot, 1 i miles" £12 • Weflderburn Handicap, 1 nlile, £30 ; iiack ftice, (i fmlon^. X'f; ; Handicap Trot, U miles, £'15 ; Flying Handicap, ij futlon»* £lb\ Publican's Purse, fi furlongs, £$' Mr Hugh Wiight, of Inglewood, was an! pointed starter, and Mr J, 0. Ritchie time-keeper. |

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SPECIAL STOCK SALE AT WEDDERBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

■spkciatj stock salk at wkddkrbl'rn. Messrs Spencer, Yams anil Co. repent hiving held their first speml stock' s:iJe in Wedderlmrn at their newly-constnicted yards, when considerably over 8000 sheep cinie forward. The sheep were mostly from loc.il holders, and were commented on generally, and also liy the Governmenf. inspector, who was present, foi thejj' rjinlity. Crossliied weiners milo.ves were the more conspicuous allhoii«h sevepi] Stood l.in lines pinie forward, including sonig nice wether.'', mid found'hnyers at moneys (■|e'i$inn to the owners. There was i) monster attend-inee, and most (if those pie sent were nut to buy, with the result that nearly every tiling eliMi>»ed Innds lit auction. The liil.s justed in at auction »vero soli) immediately !ifiei v.uds. l'rices thionjflj: out were very sntisfictoiy to vendors, ami in some q»ses more so. A feu- tjuoUtioUH 1 —Crossbred iveunurs, '.Is IIJ, }0.-\ 10s (Id,' 10s J0J to lis !)d ; incrini. weiuers, 9s, !|j !M, )0s to 10s fid ...

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THE GUN. BOORT GALAH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

THE GUN'. BOOR'l GALA(I MATCH, A £'50 gaMi mulch whs shot off l>y the Boort Gun Club on Wednesday, There were HI competitors, cach having h double entry. The shooting w»* as follows :— B. Pitterson, Boort' 1!) LKi \V. Scriren, Kemntj 18 1,4 R. D. Loughlin, Kertng ... 18. L4 W. O'Brien, Ultima 18 1.4 W. Dni-h, Kemng ... ....17 1.4 *fj.O.W„ Boort... ... ... .13 Li H. T/myon, Booit- ... ... I'.l L4 G. Coutts, Kllerslie .... 12 ' ,L2 J. Bro:>k», Cuhuna ... ... 11 L2 \V. Wallace, Inylewood... ... 11 L2 A. Gihlett, Boort... ... ... 10. L2 J. McPherson, Pyramid ... l'l 12 J. Raines, Boort... ... ... . 0 Ln Waters, Boort ... . ... '-.9 • - : 'Leon Bmr, Booit ' ... ... » / ■ *Mrtimiil, Booit 8 G. Fellows, Boort ... ... : 8 : *Ci'ttigie, Mnjorcu 8 P. Clayton, lverang § i . ot'iyion. (veiling ••• - •(« \V. Fisher, Boort ... .V. L. C irrij'.heri, JJeianK ... P. Toose, Boort... .11 ..1 A. Jvniglit, Majorci ...■ ... *Dick, Mnjorcn A. E. Giblett,senr, Boort • - ... H. Baiclay, Boort ... '......

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The Markets. LAANECOORIE SPECIAL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

The Markets. LA ANECOOfUIi SPECIAL SALE. MessrB William Wallace and Co., special lan J and slock salesmen, conducted a special sale of stock at Ijaauecooiie laet week. Sheep.—The attendance wa« very Urge, unci included buyers from outside districts. The yards were taxed to their utmost caducity, the exact number yarded being •4510; nnd of this number 3022 changed hands. Ilidtlinlt Ht auction was steidy, and pvicts obtained ,-lm.veil an advance of Gd to Is per head ou recant r ite». Prin cip'il vendors were-J. H. Benjamin, Uolin Kevin, Win, Burlier, Jos. Todd, C. Fitzpati ick, A. Michael, Dawe Uros., Mac. Stone, Thus. Kvans,- Robert Fallon, An drew Giogan, Andrew Ross, K. W. Stone, Thos. Taon, Sanderson Bros., J. F. Mulliop, J.«9. Poole, J is. Mayep, Wm. Robinson and T. Vounghusbind. Sales were :—iOiJ 4-tooth Leicester ewes, 18* !ld ; SW 8-tor-tlj crossbred ewes, 15s 4d ; 4(1 comeback ewn, aged, l'2s 7d : 290 merino ewes, 4-tooth to 5-tootl|, from 10< to 12" 7d ; 583 broke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

ACK HING, Chinese Doctor and Herbalist, Howard Place, BENDIGO, (Z-atc of Marybetewtk) PRACTITIONER in SnrpTy aad Medl* cine,.having'passed examinations In Canton fChitin) as Chinese Doctor, and practical in the llospitalat So* Sing City or three years, will Visit Inglewood .V- ■" Thursday, 5th Feb, ■ad Mt be consulted at Donaldson's FeUayi H otel from 8.91) a.m. to 4 p.m. • TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Aek Hing, Chinese HerbalUt, Maryborough.—1, the undersigned, have mocn pleasure in testifying to. the great good derived from Mr. Aci Hing'a treat mat. Three months ago I was struck with muscular paralysis, which has now «'t me owing to. his herbni treatment.— E. Plum, Maryborough." "I feel ) cannot thank Dr. Auk Hing ■aoogh for the kind attention to me while ■ader treatment since June last. When ia West Australia I injured myself in ternally, and in spite of the operations that performed, and the treatment of thlW'doctors, no relief was afforded. TOm* I returned to Victoria I visited Dr. &...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

CRICKET. Tho second round of the Loddon Valley association whs commenced on Saturday,, when Newbridge visited Arnold and starred a twn-diys' match against that team. Arnold, batting first, made 05 runs, and at the close of the day's play Newbridge h id 9 wickets down for 77 runs. Njirbridye, therefore, have not a very big lead, mid next Saturday's game will be awaited with1 interest. A feature of the day's play, was the wicket-keeping of W. Weir and the ground fielding of P. Chamberlain. The fallowing are the individual scores : — Ansoi.n. .!. UrownVill, b Holland ... ... 2 P. Chamberlain, b Chamberlain ... 2 If. Starke, run out ;. 2i T. Wilson, b Holland - .... 0| W. Graham, not out ... 25 Vv\ Weir, Ibw, b McAliecit ... ... : J'J A. Arnold, b Gibson ... .... ... 0 R. Woodall, b Gibson ... ... ... 0 A. Brownhill, c and b Gibson... , ... 1 I F. Metelinann, c A. Clmmherltin,. b Nickel I ... ... 5: J. Learmonth, llnv, b Gibson... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... ... ]4'j Total ... ... ... , ...

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