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THE ASSASSINATION OF LORD CAVENDISH AND MR. BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

rTHE 'ASS, SINAT'i' oe OF LOl)D CAVENI)1SHI AND I11. IIBURiKE. .:By the San Francisco mail we lave fuithler particulars of the above startl ing occurrence :-Lord Faederick Caven. Jish,-the newly-appointed Secretary for, 'Irelaidd, and Mr. T. H. Burke, Under Secretary, were stabbed to death by four men ,while, walking iii Phaenix-park oni the eveining ofMayG6. Lord F. Caven dish and Earl Spencer bad remained at Dublin Castle engaged in the transac tion of official business until 6 o'cloclk iii th evening, when each drove to his respective. .residence. After dinner the Secretary and Mr. Thomas Henry.Burke went;for:: awalk in the park, and when about half-a-mnile froin the city gaite and a quarter, of aniilib from the lodge, a car drove up, from whiclhjumped four men, who immediately attacked Ford F. Cavemidisli and Mr. Burke, stabbing them both several times in tlhiront and breast.. Tlhemvictims fought hard for their lives andd in'the struggle:be came separated, their bodies being fou...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE IRISH ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

TIUE IIIIS II AIDDESS. InI the Assembly on Tuesday, Mr. Patterson moved the motion standing in his name. The motion was warded as follows :-" 1. That this House desires to express its strong disapproval of the conduct of enrtain members of this House, viz.-.Messrs. Duffy, Longmore, Brophy, O'Callaghan and Toohey-in appending their signatures to a docu nent intituled An Address of the Irish in Victoria to the Irish in Ireland, where in thel Imperial Government is referred to as a foreign despotism, and the lanless agitation of the last two years is referred to with pride, as a manifestation of self reliance, indomitable courage and per severance. 2. Thatthis I-Iousedisavows any sympathy with the doctrines and language contained in that document, and desires to avow its unswerving loyalty and fidelity to the Queen, whose lawful authority is therein aspersed." After some considearble discussion, in consequence of Mr. Francis, under a mis spprihonson, moving "the previousques tion," Mr....

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE SHADY CREEK CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

.THE SHADY CREEK CAMP.,,: , (FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT) ,, Taking a.bird's eye view of the.roaid camp : between Shady Cireekl .and St. Patrick's Creek everything appears to be very busy and bustling.` I was speaking to MIr. White, the contraictor a day or two ago, and ho told me there was some excitement on the 29th ult. in. cohsequence of a. strike' among the mon for Is a day higher wages. Messrs. Mills' and. Sandy's imen came downi uI the morning of the day mentioiied iL Mr. White's camp, but tlhey wore not accompanied by their " bosses,', who were conspicuous by their absence.: i fr. VWhito had accordingly to faicobetweei 40 and '50 Imlii singlo' handed. They were nrot, howover, in any way disco1ir teonus, and stited thelir business in a mild way, saying that they could work no longer for 7s a day, and asking for an increase of 18. Mr. White reasoned with them, pointing out that he 'had" based his estimates for the contract oai the rate ho was then' giving, but after some furthe...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE RIVER POLLUTION PETITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESI ONDEI)NCE,. THE RIVEIR POLLUTION PETITION. TO TIIE EDITOR OF ,THE ADVEIRTISER. Sir,-?A??.the reqest ofeta nuomber of rate payers who are sufferers by the pollution of the Mitchell River with putrescent animal and vegetable mItter, I had the honor of getting a petition signed for presentation to theo Bairsdnle Shire Council, which petition w?s~ eheerfully· signed by over 100 ratnepayers -a nuhmber thiat might, eanily hmave been doubled-and presented to the Council at their meeting on the-lst inst. ' Now, sir, the toannorlinoLwhich the;Council received that etition was anything but complimentary to the rate yers who signed it, characterising :it as "a bogus petition, got up for election purposes." Such language is' certainly too utrogi;'and ought not fo be indulged in by nien who were totally ignorant of the matter under discussion. To use a very mild term, such: langunge is merely a figure of speech whentpt lied to the petition, and the ma jority of the Council shoul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

. - lre ot Onace. NOTICE TO CONTIRACTORS. A LL Contractors are required to sign their contracts within 7 dava from day of meeting of tlhe Council, and no fuor. hor extcnsion of time for completing their eonlrnets will bo allowed unloca very good canusoe h hown. By order of the Conucil, THOS. RASTON, Shiro Socretary. 941~are otft mren. NOTICE is hereby given ill n acconlrdance with the provisions of the 75tlh seetion of the Loenl Goveornment Act 1874. "Thalit no weran will he entitled to be enrolled in respect of Bay proIlerty unless before or on thle tentlh day of Jlne all ouma payable in respect rof. ny,mrdeatinndc three mionllths or morn biforenclt dayulh . respect of such pro perty have been paid. The cecretory or esoene other olltcer will be in attendance nt the olHce of tIne council on the ocven d(ye (Sin~dnay exceplcd) inloae dlately prceling the tenth dyn of June, bc tween theo hlours of uine in the forenoon uitnd four in the. fternooo for the purpose of re ceiving payment of...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

NEB~'s BY Tin: MAL Someo SC cditors of newspapcers areo on it visit to Sim Froainisco. Thleir objct in to get pLosted up , U pctual oborvon Cinese o ro t oming to Slte hraecisco it great nutiulbrer. 'iee ttiousandl arivel during thto lust tIh roe uldys. Mioss Eoilie Melvihllo it poossogur for the colonics by the City of Sydney. Slid had just filled a good engagement in the Eastern States, and had received tempting offers for London, but pre ferred to gratify her long-cherished desire to re-visit Australin. Tile will of the poet Longfellow has suet with a curious fate at the hands of the Probate judge. Several bequests have been set aside, and the children of tie testator's brother thereby deprived of legacies of 10,000dol. each, and all this because the poet chose to alter and amend Ihis will by erasure and interlinea tion, insteld of by codicil according to law. The Marquis of Lorne and Princess Louise propose to visit the Pacific Canadia.; provinces in September next. Mr. Mapleson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

A. M'g carti? h r & Co., CATTLE SALESKIEN, OovcHlnnelt Alcetiollners, Vahuators and Arbitrators, Mlninug anld Money Brokers, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE, .HORSES, PTOS, PRODUCE, 'LAND, &c., held overy S.:'AURDAY at our Yards in ~'Millan-street, BAIRNsDALE, at BouTrnaN the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, IarorA and ST?TFroun when oxnmmissioned to do so. . ' " . Account Satle and cash proceeds j?nid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. Johin Ar chibald. Auctioneers' Notic. e,......... TIHE.SAfE OF LAND AT COONGUL I MERANG, on account of Mr. Adam Johnston, has been postposed till further notice pending a resurvey of the land. A. MACARTHUR & CO. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 10th. June. 50 Grand, Store lBulloclks, Inoculated. A MACARTIHUR and CO. are - instructed by the owner to sell by auction in their yards, on above date, at 12 o'clock. 50 splendid Bullocks, 4 and 5 years old, milehers' calves, inoculat...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

SPORTING ANOTES, (Br ARnciriun?R.) A meeting of the Conmmittee of the Bairnsdale Racing Club is convened for Saturday afternoon, at three o'clock, at. Burt's Mitchell Hotel. It would be as well if the committeemen mustered in force on the occasion, as it is desirable that the question of holding a winter's meeting should be thoroughly debated. There can be no doubt that a successful afternoon's racing could be hold in a short time, as there would then be an opportunity for a number to bring horses to the post who canndt indulge in the luxury of training animals for the an nual meeting, and who are desirous of giving their nags a spin, and'perchance get a better chance of selling them. There is much to be said in favor of a ,winter's meeting, and I have no doubt but that if properly ventilated the com mittee would see their rway ;to carry it into effect. Another subject for discus sion should be carirying out the Sires' Produce Stakes in an orthodox manner. The committee have alrdedy...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, June 8, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED Ls' EVIIY TUWs)nT . 'I'lloosonY~ -AND SATURDAY IIOILI:IN*G. 11airnsdale. Thursdayln , June S . 1969. 't'alc Illufl iiiiiel on holnif of tie (G ijjslia Il Osplolit now being ulndo to tiu residents of thie portion of iGippn aoln, Alt. \i? lilne, the nttllorisoet collector fur the inotittliotn, It~iug arrived, her'"e to enlist the practical sympathy of the inhabitants of liairus dale and the surrounding localities. The claims of the Gippsland Hospital are now too well known and too well recognised to require any special advo cacy on our part, and we feel sure that when the collector personally makes his application forfiunds, one and all will freely give accordiig :t6.: their ability. The institution. has done much, very much, in the past to relieve the suffer ings'of those whom accident Iath over takelt and to, proside niedical comforts and attendance for those whom misfor tuneo may havee bereft'of thlie means to command, and what. has been done in the past w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

:Bairnsdale Club Hotel BAIRNSDALE. ?IHIS supolrior lotel affords superior ancoommotlation for TouristR, Coomer. cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the iakes can be sure of every convenience and information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Roome. Billiard Boom. '.Hot and Cold Bathes.-? - Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Convoyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conlveyaaicec8. COBB AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. LEAVE Duggnn's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for Bale at 10 n.m. dnily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, lSs. T. DUGOAN, Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's TelegraphLine of Coaches, Rlning in connection with Cobb, J. Co., LEAVE the booking office, Batt's Hotel, BAIRHNSDALE, for IIRUTHEN and in. termediate places daily, Saturdays and Sun days excepted, at 8 ,I.m, on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10 a.m. Fare, s; return, 7s Gd. The above line leave the booking offic...

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NOTES FROM THE TAMBO VALLEY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

NOTES FROM THE TAMBO     VALLEY ROAD. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). You will be interested to learn how matters are progressing in the Tambo Valley, the road through which is to connect Bairnsdale with Omeo. Well, Mr. Moses White has 26 men at work. He has, I hear, sublet about half a mile of the best of the work, and for the short time he has been at work he has made great headway. Messrs. James Sandy and Mills are also pushing on rapidly; and where some people thought there no end of powder required, none has been used, the stone coming away free enough with picks and bars. They have 16 men at work at present, but want more. What with the workmen and the ordi- nary traffic there is quite a stir up here just now. The wages paid are 7s 6d a day for good pick and shovel men. We have a general store here, the business of which is carried on by Master   M'Dougall, who keeps everything neces- sary for the working man, and under- stands, how to conduct th...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, Juno 9. Messrs. English, Peck and Co. re port:-Store cattle: Market firm 'at: last week's advanced rates ; about 900 forward. We cleared everything 200' Shiels' Manaro .bullocks £3 10s; 150 Thompson's Cobbin-bullocks £8-178i'; other small lots £3-12s to 4 2s .d ; cows, £1 15s to £2:10s. Fatloattle': Miarket "very bare ; :'*high prices ; for '2ood quality hlilf-fat 'ilillddks £5 to t 7'; medium cows; il4'10s to'£5. ;: , ,Mecsrs.- A'. 1'i'Lifdi!an'd Co. report : -Fair supply forward, fat cattle higli",' stores same '.s last',i '.rs'd '.We sold light, inferior ''ibullcs tok ? G 17s 6d ; fat cowsi'to''B7 7s 6d ; store liullocks to £4a 8s, coiws to £2 10s. Thdee i on'ai tlie Gratton addres was renewved in the 'Assenmbly on Thurs day night, Mr. Francis moving the mo tion standihngin lii'name t tthe ollolmw ing effect :-" That this House, while strongly- dsiapproving:.i of expressions e;ntained in Tan addrdss to theb"'Iobd' Mayor of Dublin, and deeply regretti...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

TUE MARKETS. Operations in the inarkets continue qiuiot, and those carried through have been some what limited. Breadstuffs continue in that undefined position which has been the pe culiarity of the market of late. An at tempt to force sales of wheat at auction re sulted in precisely the salime conclusion arrived at last week, viz., that the trade would insist on a concession if pressed to purchase. This, however, does not really alter the position of hollers, who still re omain firsm at their reserve of 7s for prime wshcat. Flour is moving at £14 2s 6d to 414 5s in trade lots, but the demand is slack. In feed grain we have a better feel ing in oats to report. At auction some 300 bags sold at 4s to 4s 2id, the latter for stout. A line of 700 bags of Now Zealand quitted in bond at 3s 81d, 350 bags Victorian up to 48 2d. Peas firmer; sales of 100 bags at 4s 10d, and 4s Dd offered for a large line without leading to business. In barley hardly so much disposition shown to pur chase; 5s ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE RIVER POLLUTION PETITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

ORIGINAL CORIRESPONIDENUCE THE RIVER POLLUTION PETIPION. eTO THE EDITOR 01O THE ADVERTISER. Sir,-I am requested by a number of tho ratepayers who signed the petition to the Shire Council on the po!lution of the:river to hand a copy of it to you for publication, that the public may judge for themselves whether it such "a bald aud vague docu. ment" as your 'contemporary declares it to' be, or whether it is deserving of being stig= matised "a bogus petition,' by. certain of our municipal luminaries. The word" fac tories" is properly used in the petition; as there arc four in ouri. immediate neighbor hood.-Yo.r, etc., 1WM. OIOSE:-.

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THE DUNKELD MURDER. COLERAINE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

TiLE]. ,)UNKELI MDURDER. ] COLERAINE, Thursday. The result of inquiries made in this district and at Harrow, within the past two or three days, suggest a strong sus picion that IRobert Francis Burns, who stands committed for trial for the mur der at Deep Lead, is implicated in al other murder, which appears to have been committed near Dunkeld two years ago. About that time the body of a man unknown was found in tmh bush, the top of his skull having been smashed in as if by a blow from a hammer. The remains was buried without being iden tified, the clothes and an empty purse found alongside the body remaining in the possession of Constable M'Cracken. When Burns was arrested, M'Crackon recollected a man answering his descrip tion having been seen in the company of the man whose body had been found at Dunkeld, and from some information le obtained heo came to Coleraine with the clothes of the murdered man, and they were identified by James Quin livan'iind: a sister as having belonged t...

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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

Latest Intelligence: rBY ELECT?re TELEGRAPH i, (PROMa OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Sit ,, Friday Night: The 'four' larrikins, who bruitally as: saulted a contstahble at St. Kild onc Saturday. night, wereo each fined this morning ten pounrds or three months for. the assault, and two were fined an addi tional ten pounds or three nmonthbsfor resisting the police. An application was granted ini the Insolvent Court, this morning, for ci lispensation for the payment of seven: shillings in the £ in the estate of Joseph Aarons, late proprietor of ileo Victorian Aradrlo and Academsy of Music. The evidence in the case of Ross against the Victorian Permanent Build ing Society, in which the plaintiff alleged that the Society had wrongfully sold valuable property, was concluded to-day. The Central Board of Health .have recommcended tile local boards to compel the proprietors of the various theatres to keep the means of egress clear every cnight, otherwise to enforce tihe eunal ties. This w...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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(COPY OF PETITION.) To the President and Councillors of the Shire of Bairnsdale. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

(COPY OF ,'F.TTION.) ý . To the President and Councillors of tht - Shire of Bairnsdnloe. We, the unodersigned ratepayers, beg re. spectfully..to urge the Shire Council to take the necessary steps to prevent the pol:ution of the Mitchell River near.the town of Bairns dale. The principal cause of complaint':is that carcases of animals are permitted to rot in thue river to the detriment of the health of the inhabitants; also, that the drainage from the streets, cesspits and factories in town anod neighborhood should not, in our opinion, bhe allowed to be emptied in the river.-We are, sirs, yours respectfully, (Hero follow the signatures of 104 ratoppyers)

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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

MELOURSNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, June 7. WVILLIAM ADAMSON and Co. report : Cheesec.-The demand for prime sorts is brisk at late quotations, and as supplies are limited there is every prospect of present rates being maintained. Prime realised 8id to 9d." Medium to good qualities range from Ojl to 8d. Inferior sorts lower. Potted Butter.--We have quitted during the week privately and at nuction 213 casks at the following rates :--Prime 1s Gd to Is 8d, medium to good Is 1d to ls Id, inferior and pastry sorts from 8d to Is. Fresh Butter.-Our best dairies realised from 2s to 2s 3d; Gippslanil lots being spe cially in demand. Medium to good ordinary prints and lumps ranged from ls 7d to s llld. Inferior lots lower. Eggs.-Prices declined considerablyto-day, and guaranteed lots sold from Is 10)d to 2s 2d. Bacon.-We quote 5.d to 71d for medium to prime. Hams.-We queote d to 8d.. Honey is scntce, and we cannot supply'the demand. Prices range from 4d for inferior to Gad for prime. / Beeswax...

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SECOND DAY. LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

SE---- SECOND DAY. i , :' 'LomDfoNJune -7;" The- matclh between -,the Australian team 'and eleven of the county of York shire was continued at Bradford to-day in the 'presence of a very large number of spectators. The, weather was not san favorable as yesterday, and frequent showers fell during the day. The wic ket was consequently heavy, and rapid scoring was rendered impossible. The match resulted in a draw, in consequence of ,the Australians having to play at Nottingham on the 8th, neither side having much of an advantage. The following are the scores : YoniseTE.n-First Innings, continued. E. Lockwood, caught............ . 66 T. Emmett, caught .. ......... 18 J. Grimshaw, bowled............... .4 Watmough, bowled: '............;.... 1 A. Hill, caught ............... .. E. Peate, caught "..: .. ....... 11 Hunter, not out.... .......... Sundries ........................ Total ;..,i...............?146 AusTaniLeaies. -Second Innings.. - Bannermnnn, caught.. .t..*.:... ... 18 [assic, ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA V. COUNTY OF YORKSHIRE. FIRST DAY. LONDON, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 June 1882

TIll' AUS'I'ALLIAN ELIEVEY IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA V. COUNTY OF" YORKSHIRE. FIRST DAY. -LoiiFose June 6. The Australian cricketers commenced their sevdthll match to-day, against eleven: of the .conhty:of, Yorkshire at hBradford.' 'The rain, which fell heavily yesterday ceased last night; and the weatler-was'-fine-and-clear during the 'day. rThe att?idance n, tlhe ground was enormous. "The wicket, though not ,lively,Y wao in good, order. The names of thell county player are as follows : W. Bates, T. Emmett, J. Grimshaw, Louis Hall, A. Hill, E. Lockwood, E. Peate, G. Ulyett, Sedgwick, Hunter and VWatmoughl. ,The Australians went first to the wickets, and their innings closed for 128-runs, The bowling of the-Eng lishmen was dead on the wicket, and their fielding which was excellent, 'elicitedniuch applause. The Yorkshire then commeiced their first innings. At the close of the day four wickets had fallen 'for 100 runs, Emmett and Lock wood being the not out men. Tle fol lowing are the sco...

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