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BAIRNDALE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

BATRNSDALE MARKET REPOllT. Messbs. A MacAsihub and Co., under date 17th inst., .report: — 'Private sales of store cattle are feilnn^ place daily, and at very favorable prices. The prevailing idea among dealers of . experience is that the market is likely to hold good. Large sales of bullocks to arrive have been made to £4 10s., and cows £2 10b., also anxious enquiries are made regarding rarnentod nmmli- Should rain fall in any quantity we look for many buyers, but even at present there is no diffi culty in placing cattle at most favorable figures. Our yards last Saturday were bare of cattle. - We sold by auction, steers to £4 5s., and cows £2 10s., and every lot offered, were cleared out. Houses. — We yarded about 20 head (local lots) and made first-rate prices. The great demand is for Indian sorts, coachers, and heavy draughts. Some large mobs have passed through for Maffra and Sale, where they ought to realise good averages. One of our local dealers have just returned from Monaro ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

Church Services. Church, of England. DIVINE SERVICE will be held at 6t John's Regs, 1/ «verv Bonday Morning and evening. Holy Communion on the First Bona ay in Every Ho nth. : fiolv Baptism on the first Sunday in every month, at *4pjn. N.B. In cases of neoesstty tic Sacnuncut niRapHitm be administered at mjy time ana 1 pUoe. Feb 26. — Tania, 8 p.m. - ^ Dm. EVANS-JONES, Vicar. Kamebuka Pabisii. *eb. 26. —Colombo, 11 .80 a.m. {H.C.? ; Cinddo. J JO. 'March B— Woluttla (E.G.) 11.30 Kamcraka. f.30. Mardi 12 — Kameruktt (H.C.) 11 j TwUuranglo, 3. Mard.l9-V«^nt.' H.FAUI,. March 20— Komenika, 11 Colombo, 3.30 p.ic. * * — By Ki;vu. Canon Soorr. District of Pasb«i.a axo Eiikn The usual weekly services al Jlcrimbula and Pan? j -bula. i March 8.— Panlnih. 11 a.m. ; Merimlmla, 7.30 p.m. ManSi IS.— Bockv Hall, 11 a.m. ; WyntUiam, 3 p.m. JUtcli in.— Tomunba, 11.34 a.m.; Eden, T.30 p.m. March 26.— Panbula. 1 1 a.m. ; Merimbula, 7.30 p.m. RICHABD LEIGH. Ocqynuui. Wesleyan. ?QIVINE SERVICE will 1« co...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

^^^^S^AMNAVIGATION Hkcokfasy. HHraTION OF. TRIPS. ^HBBperew Steamships ALLOW ^^^BiSRTTKA trill leave as fol ^^^Hgyery 'Wednesday, at 10 a 11., B^^BSatuhdat, at 1 p.m. HHHBpry Tuesday and Saturday HBHSdckg?-, at .8, for Passengers. ^BSSpla every Tuesday and Satur HB;9.30a.m. for Passengers. ^^R&voty Tuesday andSATURDAY, ?^HV, for Passengers. MB ^DELIVERED, and taken ^^^Hv-days .previous, viz., MON at Lowest Bates. ^HaBEgDcad Weight and Measure H^HSgfor Meals on. Board during fflB^niuLA— Mr. A. T. GIBSON'. ffl®t-Mr. HUBERT KEON.. Mr. C. B. MEYER. «fcSTKAM NAVIGATION UBKompast. ^^Rendid steamships ^Kl':and '-ESK.' fob Sydney. j^^^K3th February, at 8 a.m. ^^HBSOSS, Saturday, ,18th Feb., ^?Rtftli February, at 8 a.m. ^H^E^OSS, Thursday, 2nd March HoBAliT, AND LaTTNCESTON. B^^^BKOSS, Saturday, 11th Feb.. Feb . , at 10 a.m. ? ? Tucsbay, '21st Feb., ?^^Beffort 'will be made to adhere jj^^Htho Gompany -will not be re deviation. HK ....... ? £1 per Ton ^^^Hjght and Measurement. ^^^HpSa...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

The outline of a proposal to be laid before the Directors of the Australian Frozen Meat Company, given in a let ter ill oar issue of last week, bos been the the trie of general conversation during the last few days, and opinions are ex pressed decidedly favorable to the pro ject. There are some, of course, vrlio differ ; some on pepsqnal, some on in terested grounds— for monopolies long pm joyed are- not Teadily surrendered. As to the first, we can safely say we }iav0 no interest to serve, but that which has ever actuated ur, the general goqd ; as to the latter, they must not pxpect tlii}t their interests will be al lowed tq stand in the way when the f greatest good to the greatest num ber ' is the popular watchword. We would desire to correct a misap prehension that several who have writ ten on the subject, and many who have Verbally discussed it, seem to labor , under. The proposal for us to join {hem does not come from the Company —as though its Directors were seeking fidditional...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

?nD.XEEAi NOTICE. THE FRIENDS of Mr. AECHXBALD EPENCE are invited to attend the Funeral of his daughter JESSIE. Procession will leave Sfconoy Creek, at 2 o'clock, ani arrive at the river about 3.30, and be in Bega at 4 q'clocki * ' P. JfANNps'G, PSDEETAJfiS. panBHaamani JUfETB, HARRISON. — At her residence, Botany, on ' the 15th instant, the wife of Mr. T- H. Harrison, of a daughter. FLOOD. — Qn 18th February, at hor resi dence, Bega, AJjrs. Patrick Flood, of a dungiitor. MARRIAGE. (3 Iffi EN — J3LACKA. — On 18th February, ' i 882, at Cobargo, by the Rev. J, £, Carruthers, Albort Ernest, son of Mr. Richard Green, of Falmouth, England, to Jane, fourth daughter of Mr. William Blacka, pf Cobargo. DEATH, {5PENCE.— pn the 23rd inst, at Stoney Ci^ek, Jessie, oldest daughter of Archi. bald Spcnce, aged 11 years and 10 months. l«|j{ £tHni-Hr&. True to our Principles. SATURDAY FEJB. 2$, I883.

GUITEAU, ASSASSIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

GUITEAU, ASSASSIN. The ATew York Herald of January 2nd sajs : — Washington was the sccne of a curious and disgusting spectacle to day. It came into the head of the warden of the gaol here to permit one of bis prisoners .to hold a new yenr's levee, and of all tbe persons — pick- pockets, thieves, burglars, and mur derers—in his charge, the warden selected the assassin Guiteau for this indulgence. A report has been sent . you of this ghastly festivity. More than 300 persons, it seems were allowed to inflame and gratify the assassin's vanity, and indulge their own morbid curiosity by admission to Gniteau's cell. There were women, as well as men, in this crowd. And what is still stranger, there were women unwomanly enough to take their children along with tbem and allow them to shake hands with this vulgar murderer and wish him a 'Happy New Year.' About the good tnste of the '300 who called to pay their respects to an assossiu it is not worth while to speak. Morbid curiosity has been so...

OUR TELEGRAMS. MORUYA, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

OUR, * TEI^EGR A.MS. \From our Telegraphic Correspondents.'] t. MORUYA, Mabch 3. Ankual show Aeia on 1st and 2nd mst. Show was only middling, the exhibits not being so numerous as -on former occasions, 'long-oentinued drought stinting tbe growth of Tegotables and fruit. Several exhibits are going from here for Bega Show. The Show *was wound up by a grand ball largely attended. SYDNEY, March 2. Ak official inspection made of the Napean water works 'yesterclay. The completion of some tunnelling is likely to be delayed con siderably;. through an unsuificiency offihafts Ijemg wmk in the line of the tunnol. Other wise the work is progressing satisfactorily. Eleven convalescent patients released from the sanatorium yesterday. South Australian expedition to Northern ter ritory is Bending very favorable reports as to the condition and prospects of the country. Wool sales yesterday : demand good for well conditioned lots; faulty descriptions easier. Marine Board suspended certificate of Capt...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

? Advertisement$laiaBB ANTED. — ' A -especM^lMMiBI general servant, in iflEfl (four). The Highest wages 4th March. 1882. fjagHySB OAD WORKS. — WantedlsBHEBB Boad Men ; wages, 8s. focl^^B^H Apply to 9JhH^9| M. M'KINNIAEY, fSBSgSB Boad Camp, Tantami^BS^^H rLET.— COTTAGeTm^^HB| formerly occupied by Mr —Apply to M. BICKELlIElfiHHB street. . ' ) gBBHHH ^ OMMEECIAL BA^^flHB 'l'HlW Braifth is now open action of all usual banldnp WALTER WOOBD.^BB^B 31th Febrnaiy, 1882. ' TiTJRT RT^A'R.T.'R— as to the present additjBjj^^^B Searle, who was recently for a road camp on TantawangioHKB^^H Apply at SziKDiS^H^HB EDEN. — W anted to pnnhase^H^^BB One or Two Blocks of central situation. nSBBHE ^ Address, with No. on the ticulnrs as to title.1 :' -WM. NEHl^l^gm Dairy.— To 'Let, a TvoRiflM(S|B^BB! large area, either on renhfl^^BSB and plant purclmBed 'or to a on per centage. Apply for particulars to ' ' - wm. KsihUgPBHi FOB SALE. — A SeconAffi^^lUB - good order.— Apply, Gipps-street, Bega. ESHuH N ° T i...

ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE QUEEN. FRIDAY. 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

ATTEfiM? siTO^ ASSASSINATE THE ' : _ QTJEEN. '? - v X i FRIDAY, a Ti.Tn _ ? jjjstjnsa teapm ^uat' ^tfieerved announcing ^jra^ wasidipt.- at in Windsor rail way fitatioii. Her Migesty escaped unhurt.

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

GENERAL news. Last day for enties for show Saturday next . Shares in Hudson Brother's Company ap plied for largely in . excess of the number re quired. .- Adelaide telegram states, that rain has fallen to the westward of Beltana — ^wherever that is. . ? j Block of land at Pfl.rrn.mn.ffA lnnntif a faW- ! years ago for £670, sold last Saturday in allotments for £5733. By explosion of fire damp in a coal mine in Styria,- ISO men who were in the underground workings lost their lives. It is said, but we.don't vouch for it,— thai all tiie dairy farms betroen 'ijantawanglo and Colombo to be ouit up into town allotments. Bldiop Mooihoase asked .to pray for rain, refused, suggesting ,;a prayer for culpable shortcomings,, neglecting, to conserve water when it was abundant. ? ' ' -. o ? Sroond boatdefinitely withdrawn. Uncle Sam sticks to his wool duties. . . Mr. Charles bolomon again-'eleeted Mayor of Cpoma. ; . . Dayid Buchanan rough ou remission of in terestmen. ' ' f.: ' . « , , A. A. Co's...

REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

riT^IiEG^AMS'! . aa*' ^ :-BoteoN. ViinmsnAT. A tiie Lorqs oommenced ^inqijiiy into the working of the Irish Land feivited . the ' Chief Sec 'of^E^SanS' to attend -fco ^iyp evidence. Gabuiet'dediiiM^O'allow Mr. Forster to So^ x^^minonsiiloided that MiVhafit Dq.Titt is ineligible^tojtakc his jieat, in oouse quonoe ' ofj'i-gii^voonvicted '-of tre^eon and ..fehmy; issued. ? 'Atrodoo^lotffieoavered for the deetruc of.the - v^ttini'-'fiouse, at ^ quantity of idynainito found seoretly stored in the building, but it waa, rptnoved before any '?alCT|^pened^eatisfactory yesterday .withvs . .arts^iWjer'df! Home and foreign- buyers. Good competitioS' ;'s juices ?jn^mMhteaed. ' ?' ' Pqftimi'of Gniioo's shipment-of ffca^aS meat sold j . average pHce S Jd. per lb. ' Ten NihiKsts at St'. Petersburp-h sentenced to death; ten others -to various terms of penal servitude in Siberia. LONDON, Thursday. Pohte informed- by Russia that European Powers, 'will adjudicate upon the latter's el aim to BoumeHan tr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

SEWING HACHBnES. — Needles for hand and foot. Singer's Home Com panion, Graver and Baker. Any part of any , machine obtained at Short Kotaoe — W H BEAXNI? | jR.RSH SEEDS. — Carrot, Parsnip, Hag. . . tl . ged Jade. Swede Tnmip, Cauliflower, - Havoy, Drumhead Cabbage, Xiiicerne, Hemp, : ;Cansar. linseed. BOOKS, ETC. — Sunday at Home, Leisure yr«mK' Cariton'a Works, etc. 3 At W. H BRATNE'S K ST THE UNDERSIGNED { ? CiftrimeiPotatoss, ? Steed and J3eed Oats, ! CaitSL-^Bran, t 'Satl&v; . Best-Eve Gi ass Seed, - jfteld-Feas. &c. SixoiranaaitACLEOD 20Ui Mar. 1881. gEGA ATHLETIC CLUB. ? Tatiiox : HENET CLAEKE, ESa, H.L.A. rnESlDEKT: JOHN BHinTfi, ESU. ' Vjck-Peesidevt : wn.T.TAM NEILLEY, BBQ. Oojwhttee : Ikwa-R. R. W. Engfaes, (Treasurer), B. Griffiths, W. Ilixcm, XL Goitle, J. Pajtcn, w. D. Keilley. ATHLETIC SPORTS, EASTER MONDAY, 10th APRIL, 1682. TO BE HELD ON TBE BEGA RACECOURSE, ' fWhich has been landly lent by Mr. WNaman for Ihe occasion.) A SEPARATE GRAND STAND will be...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FEB. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

[From the Press Teleorams.] LONDON, Feb. 27. Thzrb is increasing excitement on the Conti nent at the attitude of some of the Great Powers. - War is expected. Turkey is mobilizing her army, and 160,000 men are to be sent to the Balkans. Severe fighting has -taken place in the uui^uvuia, 1110 iiiMii^wuji wcio uuippvcu by the Austrian troops. - - The Daily Telegraph, in a leading article to-day, expresses its belief that Mr. Glad stone has resolved to re&gh in consequence of - the action of the House of Lords in appoint ing a select committee to inquire into the workihg of the Irish Land Act. - The Feman informant, who recently 'di- vulged certain facts : which' led to the dis covery of a quantify of arms and ammuni tion concealed in Dublin, hes been murdered. Mr. Gladstone has summoned a meeting of ; liberals for to-dav, for the consideration of ' the action adopted by the House of Lords in appointing.a committee on' the Land Act, alter an intimation that such a course would b...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

iW , 1 8 8 2.. -1 i NOTICE. AUCTION, exoept of itered for Exhibition -will low Ground. Nisi l iTiEY, Son* Seo. CESSRS. CTiAEKFi and JT, ITs.L.A. , ? e reeeivedup to TUES p.nu, for 'supplying the ied banquet. Tenderers ?- r vithout Wines, Beers, not necessarily accepted. NEELLEY', - Deception .Committee. Lm- MwnomMy COMMITTEE. - convene a MEETING -JJ eld at the TEMPORARY 2 i TUESDAY, at 2 p.m., A: nth tiie Bega Agricul- Aj eception of fine represen- ^ 3t. Tl IEELLEY, Hon. Sec. M ? - ? a .TDTLAL & PASTORAL CIETY. ... * IPORTANT MEETING- iee, and Members will be n orary Court House, on ® p.m., to confer with the J LUTXTEE as to arrange- p, ng Messrs. Clarke and C me earnestly requested as r as to final details for tiie one through after the ception committee ? T NEILLEY, Hon. Seo. .TUBAL & PASTORAL 'n 'CIETY. ? ? a ERNING ENTRIES. ? 81 a received at Bombala by 1 o'clock, p.m., on t. ' Mr. Harrison, up to 6 til Instant. . y Mr. J. O'lteilly, up to %. y, 11th Instant. U t...

MEETING AT CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

MEETING;: AT CANDELO. (From ourCandelo Coiresponilent.) . Pubbuaot to advertised notice, Mr. W. NeiUey addressed a'-meeting in tiie Sohool of Arts, re the establishment' of a branch of the Australian Frozen Meat Co:, at Twofold Bay. ' The meeting was not a huge one, 'yet . .very, representative. John Farraher, Esq., . was -voted to the chair, and called upon Mr. ?NrcilioTr i-,, ? - ii.i ? vw ouuicoo we wwvmg UU uis OUUjCUli under conaderaHon« ? . Mr. .Keilley then fully 'entered into the particulars of an inteniew with the secretary of ihe Australian Co., showing clearly that if - a fair inducement were offered to them thin enterprising firm they would probably Btart a branch at the Bay. Mr. Neilley contended that; this was scarcely a speculation we were astad'io-'join, but- in' a company who had fully tested the enterprise, ana had proved it j to be a commercial success. Several ship menta had been made, all may be considered satisfactory. He knew in attempting to revive this busin...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

Church Services. Oburah of Bz&lagd. PIVJNB 6BIIYIGE will be held at St. Jolin'a Bcgft, even* Sunday Morning and evening. Holy OoT^uninnonthe-p»t Suty4&y in Every Honlh. Jloly Baptism on the first finnday in every month, «l 4 p.m. K.I). In cases of riooossity 0ie Sacrament of Baptism' will be administered a£ asjy time placc. Manii li.— Tarrjigmidfl 3 p.m MwrdtlB.— fifcnr tiroek School, 12 &}. 'March 19. — Numbugtra, 3 pirn. ' D. E. KVAN6-J0NES, Vicar, KAWEnnKi Parish. Matt}) 5— Wolumla (H.C.) 11.80; Kaineruka, 7.30. March 12— Kjuaeruku (H.C.) 11 ; Tiuatawungio, March ID— Vacant. R. EAJH,. March 2C— Kamerakn, 11 mm. ; Colombo, 3.30 p.pa. —By Hp.vd. Ca aox Scott. District ofPa-*bula akoEuek March 12.— Rocky Quil, tl &.ip. ; Wyndham, 3 p.n^ March 19.— Towambn, 11.8(1 a.tn.: Eden, 7.30 p.m. __ '.RICHARD LEIUH, Clergyma^S 'Wesleyan. JjrVINE SERVICE will be ponductcd as under March 5 — Tanta wanglo, ll a.m. ; Candclo, S p.m. ; Bega, 7.30 p.m. March 12.— Bega...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

't ? ... - . ; | JH^MShipping. i JraHHpffigsii* j NAVIGATION J ?t iBSMMIcompany. 'IshBh^1*01* or tbi]e-s:' araSH^nlcrew Steamships ALLOW e-tlS^MjBMaiUKA will leave as fol cwH^^HHfreiy Wednesday, at 10 a m., e jHH^^^KAjruRDAT, a 1 1 p.m. '^iHHI^^El^r Tuesdav and Saturday sHU^^^Bp0''5' a* 8, for Passengers. eveiy Tuesday andSATOB- . [{ii^9B^Hh9s30 a.m. for Passengers. cjjJBBj^^^Kreiy Tuesday and Satubdat, J for Passengers. SK: DELIVERED, and taken . HON-, I ^BH^Hfog-his at Lowest Bates. 'Weight and Measura fflHEoo. n9I^^BSEor Heals' pa Board during offinKflgK □jfflMjLri.A-Mr. A. T. GIBSON. '] JIMllBifflllili HUBERT KEON. ] Mr. C. B. METER. ] 'Mw STEAM NAVIGATION OMPASY. ? 1 l|||^^K; ? ? ? ^JihHHenDID STEAMSHIPS '' lH^He anC* fok Sydney. 'j vraHHHB^th Fthruaiy, at 8 a.m. . fl^VSS, Saturday, 18thFeK„ ] February, at 8 a.m. gjOHsB^^HplOSS, Thursday, 2nd March Hoiabt, and Launceston. jflHHtOSS, Saturday, 11th Feb.; oSBS^^^^Prtbi BVib., at 10 a.m. ^ EfH^^MKKONS, Tuesbny, 21st Feb., wSI^^^Be...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

Metapiiohically speaking, Sir Hknry Parkbs 'will leave tlio United States with ' his tail between l-is legs,'! his bombastic attempts to get the Gov em inent of *hat country to alter their fis , cal policy to suit his convenience having enaeq 111 aosoiure lauure. xc is true we are consoled with the hope that lie irill get the Mail Subsidy,' but possibly $he njail subsidy would have come, as it were, of its own accord. The elation at his success, if success it be, in this part of bis self-imposed mission will be rather damped, however, on tbe reflec tion that if the United States does agree to give a portion of the subsidy ye shall have to find the other part ; and this, at a time when it is generally believed tlfttC tqpil-carrying subsidies phoijld be g. thing of the past, is a mat ter for regret rather than for congratu lation. Sir Henry Parses, as a politician without a grievance, has always been a-, failure. In like manner Sir Henry Parkes, ps a traveller without' La passion, wou...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1882

lilUTIi. pABRUTIJERS. —February 26th, at the Wesley an Parsonage, Bega, the wife -jf fJie Rev, J. E. Car-' ru there, qi a 4a^ghter. Step ^tanbarir. True' to our Principles. SATURDAY MARCH. 4, 188?.

CUP MATCH. COLOMDO V. BEGA INDEPENDENTS. COLOMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1882

CUP MATCH. oolojibo v. jieija rsuEPEsrsans. COLOMBO. Rrai Jtaaasa. P«nn3Trniincs. Ceo. Kolsns^, b A. Uihirdy 4 h A. I&haiTls 2 T. Oiamj^KT, b da ... fj bbSrOcrrmas 2 F.'JTBieald. ti do .Job A. Eieisnls O A- 'VViiln-1. b do ? 7 do £ R. Tumkiix b do ... o bP-MXiniaaes X |L\ViSa»^b fo ... 0 co 3 E. « anl, b P. USScmioces ... € b A- RicasrJ* 2 Jdo. VT&dI. _ i i- M'Oainaess 1 J. V. GnJfitha, do ... 7 b A. Bfchvtis S R. CUtmpoef. ft. ? ? 4 not oot ? i T. not oet ? ? S b A. Btefcards 2 ^cTblrigf ? ? ? e Sen&ies ? 6 44 2S RvRtiro AsALrsxs i-A. 66 balls, IPrsoa, 6 S paidcets; P. M'Gtiimicse : 65 balls. 3) ranx 3 3 anaiticR^, Siqpl Innings P. v z satussa« i* iqun * vwseu , A- Biotittdsr -tt hailsy 8 € WKkds. _ ^ ^ BEGA— Titat Ixmscs. S. v. Rotibui, b ft. Botansro ? 3 J - O'Xdl e T. MDonaJd, h G. Eobiasaa ? 0 A. Bidoids, b 0. RrfiwcM^ o J. ftzrveQ, do 3 H.-P. 'Wh ite» c 31. WHkuis, b Robmsuzi ? 0 4H MfLce, b ST. 'RlUfcnas 3 Egging b ds- ? ? ? ? 0 PETten, do ? ? ? 0 r. c...

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