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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

PrMbvtorinn Church. Services will bf hulil as follows until urtlior notion:—Wyiilnn^ (Musonic llali) . 11 a in., West Wya'onff (Presbyterian ' , Church) 7.30 p.m. EN. MerrinRton, B.A.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Telegraphic [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

Sydney, Tuesday.—Six youths em ployed at the West Wallsend colliery liftvo been fined twenty shillings each or.a month's imprisonment for striking without giving proper notice. Five of the youths elected to go to Muitlnmi gaol. The inhabitants have demon strated their indignation over the matter. Mr. Fegan, Minister for Agricul ture, inteiids to pasff a law to compel fruit growers to rid their orchards of pests A white child died of the plague at Capetown, and throe others are ill. A Kanaka brought from the Tweed River is pronounced to bo sufi'ering from true lepros}'. It is proposed to cut off tho Liver pnol and Elizabeth street corni-rs and « strip of Hyde Park in order to widen (he road which is now dangerous to pedestrians owing to the heavy traffic. Labor Member McGowen opened the Federal Campaign at Redfern last night. He does not pledge himself to support cither Mr. Reid or Mr. Barton, but wnnts measure,8 not men. He is against the Braddon Blot and equal representation by eac...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

LOCAL 1NFORV1ATION, The Mr All RIVAL. From ' Sydney, Ooomn undr:!, Tcmora, Ttarmel mun, find Wyaionir, daiiy, {.^uinluvs excepted) at 1 ft.SO p.m . arrives at WYst Wyahmrr nt p.m. ! Koni Ungaiio, Ciadololin. e*e., TiKsdfjy.i and | Fridays at -I a.m | From Marsden and For! es, Sundays and Tlmrsdaj's I at 0 p.jii. Fiom'VaV'°Ki'in. Mondays, "Wednesday.;, and Fri day# ac -J p.m. Frum rnrooo, on Pun layn {*.t. 0 p.m. From Kilda.y, u» V>\;.ii!cMlay-j arid Saturdays at (I p.m.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

Dental Notice. 1.- clSpSONN,' —D.D.S.— (Fiootor of Dciitul Surgery.) ne" moiiKlwucr of Ilio [Miiliiduipliin Dental CoHeuo Hid Hu-pii«l "f 01111 SurfftM-y, MAY be cons.iitltMl nt liis Sni^en, Wiiiii n 1 reel, \V<'*t Wyalmiir, frfc'- '-f f-hiiiw. VU all •limits rt'Iittiitir t > Sar^i'-ul. Median cul-uc Operative Di'iilis'ry ur'Oithudoinia, rainto-n extriintinn by 'ill ItiB ramiosH exrni' u"" *\\ ,, ,, melhmlH. Teeth fill. J with is! I'tutiiiu, Alloy, Porcelain, Cement, ou-. ■I, I "Artificial Teeth wi.liout Male* or «.n <_r'.ld, PnltiuM, Pilvet, JHmtiil Alio}, Vulcanite, or Aluminium Plate". Cnnmmmts ( Gum, L'n,«.. or Brieve ami «H tl'.e : latf*t stylus ui American and Continental j Dentistry. of t1»o district irnv, if th| y choose, luivi, the privilege of liciiur lr«ut0'1 one wn.. is n.it only a ^a.luate, i uf !,*« 3 member 01' tin* r.litiieul «'»tf of the laiir-M otid tno.it CL-lubnited JJeutiil Culltge Jli ■America. ipri'AYfl ^OIIO I d y|j|^ A EUCALYPTI "EXT...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

BlillSF ITEMS.' No truce h is '-ecu found of <il<- <wo supposed c h..vu been d.owned by i hi- cupsizti of u. boat at ]Su» cuhtla on Tuesuay Federal Ministeis will so-to-Me. Itmi-no i«o or ii.r™ eks I..-fore tno owning of iho F.oeial P.,il.amc-nt,.to • oilic ii- pin linenti"l wuik, Mi-. Batlon is unable lo say ,lfc*rr«s ent wlv-iIn r (he J<VcM*..l t,ni! »»11 ^ dealt ui-hdunitg the li.st or fctconci ! session. In Uio first session a '■>'gR number of-bills hav« to be i-.troduc.td, such as those relh.ing to< the Judiciary and | luter-State Commission. Mr Barton slates th.it a large slums tf t<Vcerul • administration «»•» >t>0 carried on in Sydney when Parhument is not sitting. A man at Newcastle had half of his ieft ear bitten oil' in an altercation with suuiu stMiien Ihsi week. Lieuti-nnni-G-iiouil. Frond., who is op, rating in the iout.h-e^u rn- Tn.iis v.,1.1, is. constantly rea-ivu>g J* ,Mission of Btragskl...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

arKOIO.-VT DR. CASPERSOM, M-D., D.D.S., (liEGISTKlu n bv a if : ni:iv SOUTH WALES MEWCjlt WAIffl). MAY hp CoiiE'illiiil »t ALL HOUR'' lit the Wyiilonjj Dispensary mid Phar macy, Main-street, West Wyalong. "Diir ^T. i/erivy"7 (M-R-C-S-, L-8-A.) LATR SujtGKON TO YaSS HOSPITAL AXD Gaol, and Govuhn'munt Mimical OFFICII:!! FOR Ya&S Distuict, T\/fAY he consulted nt all hours nt. his 1YJL Ki'i-i ii'iico, Main Sti-eer, "\Yyalot><; West. i'V ilminur tiiwil Imurs will be luund af IJ A RTtU AJi'S Jin|ici inl Hotel. IMPORTANT : DEHTAL NOTICE Mussns. m Cl" Surgeon Dentists, (LATE OF COLLINS-STIIEKT, MELBOt'IiN'E), T\,J"AY 1>" ceii nt (in'ir (loom*. 1V1 NEXP 1INUSAYM PO<T OKKHT? llUl'KL. Maia-s-tr.-et, WKST Wl'ALONG, from 9.HIJ a.in (till (i p in. daily. ■T<?»-tb Extract ed Absolutely Painless wiib Laughing Gas or Ar.ro'sthetics.';• V: Fnrfiu.'al mid Mechmiii'.'i! nohtistry in all ifh bmnche?, on tliu m jsI iippryVwd Aiiii-j<i ch.ii princi...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Wyalong Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

vVyaiong Council-. The adjourned meeting of Wyalong 1 -Municipal Council, to have taken place 'i on Saturduy night last, lapsed for - vrant of a quorum. The following Aldermen were pres ent Mayor Chudlciyh, and Messrs James, Tyler, and Neeld Alderman Moriarty walked into the room, nfter the above named conn cillors had been waiting about 15 ininut&s for a quorum— which ia five:— and shook • hands with the Mayor. Those present naturally thought that business could be proceeded with, and took their seats at the table; but to their disappointment, found that Aid. Moriarty had taken his departure and left them again without a quorum. Another interval hipsed, in the hope; that he .might return, but he never .showed up, and in adjourning the ' mpeting to Tuesday, March 5, thn Mayor said he lipped the large number of persons present would re member the utterances of ex-Mayor Moriarty, that he would be present at the meetings and render every assis tance. He hoped they would bear in...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Town Topics [BY OBSERVER.] MUNICIPAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

Town Topics- [f OBSERVER.] The W .-along Council Again. mndeaP •- MUNICIPAL . MATTE KS. n>iine for itself on Satur.| ■ day night by nasemb)ingj; 7 together for the purpossj . of transacting very.iffl'! po'rtant business—andjhad- to adjourn} for want of a quorum, a practice that is! becoming monotonous and co.ininou I happened to attend this ineeiing— with two views in iriind —either to ses tin* new Mayor ruade a good start,- or some of the Aldermen become libit talka'ive and till the atmosphere %vitb - excitement—but I was disappoint in all my hopes. I even no-iced a.fw; Bena residents present—and I- reallji believe they expected to see a repeti: tion of what they have so often read; about, in tin; Council meeting reports!; Alderman Moriarty was severely cen sured by the Mayor for his .conduct and His Worship was quite justiflcd - in doing so. Mayor Cnudleigh did not say much, but I can assure you. Mi. Editor, it meant, a lot —and-tbi large number of disappointed specta * tors pr...

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Temora Races. (From the 'Independent.') [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

Temora Haces. (From the ' Independent.') The annual race meeting of the Temora Jockey Club was held on Wednesday and Thursday, 20th and 21st. Tlie weather was warm and dusty on the first day and the attendance was not up to expectations. The. members of the committee left no stone unturned to have everything carried out successfully and the secretary, Mr. Harmon, in .particular, deserves credit for the way he rnanayed the affairs of his first meetiug. The only trouble experienced during the day whs in connection with the running of Holly in the iriitl stalces, the committee, giving tno owner a severe caution for the suspicious running of Holly. The stiirting of Mr. DeLittlc and the deui tions of the judne, Mr. Wash, were never questioned, though the former had a great deal of difficulty in getting the fields ready for the fall of the fl ig through some horses being almost un mana^able. The following were the result sof the first day's events:— Trial Stakes, of 15 sovs., 6 fur. T. ("...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

Wo are indeed sorry to. note that Mr. R,. Steeps, of Ya!gr>«rin, who recently wont to Sydney for medical t^eatcm-nt, has, ainca his removal there, taken n serious torn, and it i« probable that an operation w'll have to bo performed. H13 numerous friends will bo sorry to heai; this—and we are sure they will voice with us in wishing hiui a speedy recovery,

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A GLOOMY OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

A GLOOMY OUTLOOK. There is certainly a verv gloomy! outlook for VVyalong ii rain does not soon fall, Water for domestic pur- . v pos«s is .. exceediu-'ly . short;—and housewives --.are at their - wits'ends. Mines are closing down,: and butteries ceasing to wock. Thii is truly a terrible state of liffiirs. The b autiful azure hlue tint of the akj above us is certainly a pleasure to: g.ize upon—but how would our heart! break forth into joy if we eo.uld only : 80" that tint obscured from ^'sight for 48 hours hy the appearance of those • huge black bankers which wot>ld>brinj( lis that refreshing and much weeded . downpour.! A gentleman informed nie the other day that ho was iii'Wyi' long when the first rush took place, and he never swv it so low as it .standi j to-day. Sooner than remain' here in the expectation of netting rain—so „ that they might recommence work —a number of miners are leaving-; the town, to spek fresh fields and1 pastures new. One miner, who is considering abou...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR. J. C. WATSON, M.P., AT WYALONG. AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION.—A SPLENDID ADDRESS. UNANIMOUS VOTE OF CONFIDENCE CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

FBDEBAIi BLliGTiQlxj S. MR. J. 0. WATS02ST, M.P., AT WYALONG-. AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION.—:—A. SPLENDID ADDRESS. UNANIMOUS VOTE OF CONFIDENCE CARRIED. According to announcement, Mr. J. 0. Watson, M P., addressed the elec tors in the Oddfellows' Hall, West Wyalong, on Monday night last. A very large audience was present, including several ladies, and the meet ing throughout was most oiderly—the speaker receiving a splendid reception. Mr. W. T. Coonan whs voted to the chair and in complimentary terms introduced the speaker. Mr. Watson oil rising to speak was greeted with prolonged applause, and acknowledged t!ie kind sentiments expressed by the Chairman, and said he had been always treated with the utmost kindness whenever lie visited Wyalong. In tho course of lii.s sp- cell in. said he came bef re the electors as the chosen La'.or candidates for the Biand electorate. L rider the new reijime of Ferlera'ion, politics in N.S.W. and in faet the whole of Australia wore con fronted with mu...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27, 1901. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

THE Wyalong Advocate, * WEDNESDAY. FEB. 27, 1901. Local and General. Weather stilt dry and hot, but rain Is threateniug. Otni3>ior)B —Owing to a lengthy re port of Mr Watson's speech we aro compelled to hold over several items. The result of allowing children to ifoam aboatiit th-ir own sweet will was ■to bo seen nt tie Public School 011 •Sunday, when a number of boys did .considerable dn;».iK to the outhouses, •besides writing liUhy language where the girls attending soliool would be sure to see it. • That- such conduct should have taken place ia a disgrace to the communiiv.. A. miner named H. Bastock met with an accident iu l^eeld s mine on "Motfday, when a p:eo> of stone fiont a hanging wull fell across his foot. He is progressing favorably in the local ■ Jiospital. - ' The locril cricketers .easily defeated the Waniboyue Federals on Saturday. " The visitors-no doubt had bad luck. - -besides having fcvro of their best bowL ; era away. The iibsenco o£ Mr Jones 1 made a big d...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A New Comer. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

A New Corner. We note that Mr. G. M. Bales h>\8 arrived lit Wyulon^ ant! 1 iken over the business carried on bv Mr. W H. McKay. We welcomo the new comer und trust liis we!l-kno >vn business capacity will turn . him in a gond trade. Local people should always assist new comets, as it is by these the business capacity of a country town is much increased. Besides, new arrivals ahvaySjtend to solidify the harmony of a place, and, to a certain extent, lessen the tension of discord. Bui while we welcome Mr. Bales, we are sorry to lose Mr. McKay, who is leav ing through his late sad bereavement, and we feel sure that Wyalotig people will not only wish Mr; McKay success, but will also extend a hand of welcome to his successor—MrrG-.M. Bales'. Messrs M. and J. Brogan Imd a very narrow escape from meeting Willi a serious injury on Suuday nfternoou. Tlvy were returning in a> sulky , from the hospital, aud when near the. True Blue iuihe the horse became frightened and bolted, turning o...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

Cycling. Great International scratch race— Britain v. America—2 mile : J. Green (Brit.) 5 points, J. Me^sou 3 points, W. Martin (Am.) 2 points—American —17% points; Britain 19£ points. Bourke Event—five mile heat— Lawson 1, Megson 2, Martin 3. 10 mile heat—McDonald 1, Lawson 2, Vau^tian 3. Albury Gift—1 mile—Beauchanip scr., 1, Chapman, scr., 2, .Foster 90yds, 3. . A''midale Stakes—mile—H. S. Tucker 45yds., 1, Buauchamp scr., 2, Gordon scr., 3.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Wyalong to Hillston Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901

Wyalong to Hillston Railway.   As the proposed lines of railway from Wyalong to Hillston and the Temora to Gunbar and thence to Hillston routes are engaging the Public Works Committee and the people's attention, we wish to draw attention to the following :— The Parliamentary Standing Com- mittee on Public Works recently took evidence at Rankin's Springs in con- nection with the proposed line from Wyalong to Hillston or Gunbar to Hillston.. The selectors in these parts gave valuable evidence of the district's wheat growing capicity, saying the   highest yields were 5 and 6 bags per acre, and the lowest not less than 1 bag. Also there was a large stretch of Mallee country running from Mo- longa station to Lake Cudgellico, 25 miles long and three to 5 miles wide similar to the best mallee country in Victoria, which can be cheaply cleared ready for the plough. The mallee land   is better than forest land, is of a dark, greasy soil, and seems to hol...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901

I WANT 1ME™ How many in the world look for the above—an I 'how ninny find it1 If anyone in Wynlong hns not yet got a Souvenir that will keep and lie admirer]—us well as being a most valuable article in the homo circlo— write to G. HI. GALLOWAY, West Wyuloir.', f»r particulars relative to that splendid book by Do Wet Tul m#?", the world-famed American writer, entitled—THE thkkk 2] 3ip2,S!' tiirke IJINDIXGS. prices. i am:AUTHORISED TO KF.r.t, DIRECT to t1ib pk-il'M!—XOTTO public LIBRARIU-i. SO NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. Gr. Tvl. GALLOWAY, DIsTKICr ac,EXT,

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AUSTRALIAS FEDERAL FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901

a'us'tra lias federal i'1 ati! lir. Our bright leaders of to-day Are striving hard to find, • Atfionj; Anstnilius Patriots • A I'odoriil rather kind. ■ Though in the bush benighted I'll put them on tho track, Australia;, hidden history* Just search a short ivhile back. Study well nnd read with it The bo,i!( of Dr. Limit When pleading for Anstralias rights He Intel it Scottish twang. Olio who sirovo with all his mi^ht To make our country ]flippy homes for homeless ftiio Where all nii^l't happy bo. It Australins r.o'olasfc sonj Proves woithy of his name,' Our history lluit is to come Need not b(> hid with sliHine. Thnpo who soon may till his place Will our young nation bUis.s. Our history when once its m>\do They never will suppress. If God ha h'.is provided A place for <mr pioneers Jiang, who fouirht for liberty . Is chief :imon<j tlm somi'3. Wont worth, Duffy, I'arkos nnd all T i him must bend a lineo, lie fought with nil Ilia Ufa nnd strengilt To make Au...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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WAMBOYNE FEDERALS—1st In. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901

. WAMBOYNE. FJSDKTt.VLS—1st In. .0. M. Johns, c Kii:!iC3' h G. Keariia 11 Batten, b G. Keaiua ... ... 7 . E. Buttenshaw, b Grievns... I.. 12 O. Ellis, b Steuerwald' ... ... 5 *i\'Doa*'i, l.b.w., b G Ivea'.m ... j7 J, Lowe, not out ... ... ... '5 J. Spnrkes, st. Kearna b Siouerwald ,2 W. Buttenshaw, b G. Keanis ' ... !-0 ' Av Ellis, b % Eearrfs ' ...••'$! C; Jones; b <3- Kearna .. . ... S. P. Ellia, b G. K>arna , ... ... (!)• Sundries, ... ... 5. Total, ... .v. 50' '2hd Tnnings. J. Lowe, b Steuerwold .. i!0; G. Jones, b Chnnnon ... ... 0 E. Buttenshaw, b SteuerwnkI ... 4 J. Spnrkes, at. Kearns b SteuerwakI 0 T. Don.ii, c Lynch b Channon- ... 3 A. llatton, b Sti!Ufi'wald .. ... j5 C. Johns, l.b.w, b iSteuerwakl ... "'6 G. Ellis, h'Hiiim" ...' 24 A. Ellis, e' Cliannoii, b.'Steuerwald .3 W. Buttenslriw. b K. Koarns ... .15 P. Eliis, wot out ... ... |0 Suridiiesi .. ... 2 Total, ... . ... U2 .,.\V;aggoi.,.Dray auJ B.uggjr Spokes, Rave's amj ifo'loesj big stock on liuncl 'H....

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CRICKET. WAMBOYNE FEDERAL vs WTALONG UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901

ifes W4 Ciiek #/*'•*" WAMEOYNEFEDERAL vs WTALONG UNITED. ' Oh Saturday last the first match of 'any importune? for the season w|xs player! on the local park when the above teams met to try their respective ;strengti)8. Unfortunati ly the Warn 'faoyne team wns weakiiued by' the :absence of their ' Jones,' and, tliii, with 'a bit of bad fielding, accounted for the very respectable score of 147 'VKioh-, the local boys put up. Q, "itearris \vit,h 42 topped the score, but he was very leniently treated by t(ic •fields, having been missed four or five 'times during his innings. Jack and Herb Lynch, Arthurs, and Channon all batted very nicely for their runs. Dean, ;fivo for 50 bowled heat for \Vamboyno. The visitors were dis missed for 56 in the first and 62 in !tlio 2ud innings, leaving the local team victors by an innings and 29 tuns. G. E lis showed very good do femeo for Hi.-i'24 in the 2nd innings. 'G. Kearn'.s 7 for 25 and Steuerwald 2 for 0 in the first innings ; Steuerwald 6 for 21 ...

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