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SILVER WEDDING CELEBRATED MR. AND MRS. T. F. LEE HONOURED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
SILVER WEDDING CELE BRATED S MR. :AND .MRS. T. -T FLLEE . " ' ;?HONOURED. T.rTHERE .wn a n.partlcularlr happy . - gathering at the,'.hbme of-Mr andl 'Mrs T'. F. L-e.e' lenrowatn WVest, 6on Saturday night of last week, when S ' friends . and. rlations assembled to .extend.: their 'hearty congratulatlonls :.nnd good wlhe on : the occaainn of t*". tlhe 25th nnnversary. of their wed .'dlingf. Thirty-two guests sat down . to a nBumptuoust''rpelat, among them S:..blng the bet :mnn and hridesmaid ; of'. 1913." Tho wedding was rcplo S brated at Elorado Met.hodlat Chulrch on July 9, 1913, by Rev. ...J. Brown Sand Rev. E. Nye, and after partak Sing of dilnner on Saturday night the Rv. .T. T. Duggleby, of South Mel bourne (who preslded), referred to that happy occasion at which he had bheena guest, and In a. haitpy speech S extended the hearty congratulations of, all- present to the "happy young couple." . 'Other speakers were tesars H. Lee (beat man), J. Hart, -i -.Oeebor, and E. Walsh and Me...
BADMINTON NORTH-EASTERN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
, -BADMINTON. ON_ NORTH-EASTERN COMPETITION. Thie second round of :.the North Eastern Anssocltion's competition wan held at. BenTlln: on Thursday evening of last week when .Methodists and Trinity mot. at 'the Parish ]hall. Trin Ity had an easy win by 157 points. Scores (Methodists being , first named): TRINITY v. METHODISTS. .Men's Doubles.--R. Williamsn and I. Little v. G. Abrahall and G. Ilumn ridge, 21-4: v. A. Anderson and A. Davies, 21-3: Ti. Dunn and P. Castle:: v. A. Anderson and A: Davies, 17-21: v. 0. Abrahall and G. Plumridge, 21-7. Total, 80 to 35. nadies' Doubles?.-Milsno D. Bower and G. Stolz v. ,Misses F. Curry and t,. Ledger, 21-5: .v. MArs Conquenst and Misn L. Coniquest, 21-2: Miss es E. Bower and . Willlliamn v. Mrs Con quest and Mins L. Coniquest, 21-4; v. Minsso F. Curry and IR. Ledger, 21 -i. Total, 84 to 17. Mixed Doubles.-R. Little and Mien D. Bower v. A. Davies and Mrs Con= qunest, 15-8: R. WIlliamns and Miss TI. Bower v. A. Anderson and MIIsns F. Curry, 15-1...
NEWS FROM WINTON ARBOUR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
NEWS FROM;WINTON _f ;=` ARBOUR DAY. On Friday ,ni:ternoon;;r 15th Ju.ly ArbouriDay was celebrated at Wintonr State School:. Approximately 80 trees werdoadded to thbeschool plantsatlon, whichlis in a flnourishing condlition. ,There: was, a veiry full;attendance of parents and" friends,; over 50 taking part in. the tree-plaiting. A most on joyablei?ofternoontea was provided by the. ladles, after. .which a rounders match between'.; the .. scholars; cap ,tained by Nellie 'W arnock, and the ,visltors, ably-,led by Mrs Jack Lynch, resulted in i? victory for the scholars. Football .and other games were also enjoyed, . SDANCE. .A.danco in aid of funds for the Winton" Hall, was hel. on Thursday, 14th July. 'Although there was not a largo attendance, a very:., :enjoyable evnling,was spoent't uslc was sup plied by the Nilly Billy, :band from Wangaratta. Extras were generously played.by :Mrs. Jack Lynch.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
SHIVER MY TIMBER 'S-AN OLD SEA SAYING. Don't You Shiver this Winter in a Draughty House. LINE OUT THAT ROOM WITH TERRETT'S FIBRO PLASTER SPECIFY AND USE , ...... TERRETT'S TIMBER Phone: .Works;.337.. Phone Private, 382. For Your 'Supplies of Fodder Etc. EVANS GRAIN AND PRODUCE COY. Carrier Street, Benalla .i, . ,Bu yor* C0 x 0 8 --So snart ... so Nood looking. . so decidedly well madet Of all wool fancy coating, this style has a stitched back and sleeves, new shouldcrs,. and a flattering collar and revers of Inpin fur. ** Black, navy and brown Y.3 an in- S.S.W. S.W., W., SOS, and OS. fittings.. Price ....... .. :..... * k. .. d49/ idly NO DEPOSIT 2/6 WEEKLY . ;IateLa .artness and only 2/6 weekly with the onl, extra chare for te ur of eas te ?r? of 1/- in the . 128 BOUKE STREET P.honeCant. 3443 (5 linae). P.O. Box 1988R. ' MELBOURNE'S LEADING CREDIT STORE I T Fi Alby, A yArarat. *arlmdale, lalat, adlg1 1 1* v" >' t".,! 3Pi .L ::.yt::j bet ýY £; ff:X ý y o t the WAJ 414 `ý f§ t j;....
GOOMALIBEE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
GOOMALIBEE NEWS VIJRY deoep regret . was expressed here when It became !tnown that Mr Frank Murphy. brother of Mr D. D.; Murphy, of Bienalla West, had nsqoed away In Northern New South WVales. Frrnk .ws a native of Bnn. nalit and veteran of the Booer war. The Murplhy family have been old and resp)cted residents of Tlenalla, and Frank was well known to old real dente of Goomalthee. l,)r D. D. AMur phy Is now the only surviving mem ber of the family.* .-Feoding of stoock Is still necessary In many placeso, nlthough grass came away well after the rain and now badly needs a good rain to nnsuro.tle f-rther growth of feed. All early sown cerops are looking exceptionally well. and there Is a good percentage of lambs. Farmers are concerned abott their water stunply as many dams have got very little water In them from the rain we have had: a heavy rain Is needed to fill all the dams. Well slnklng which is unusual at.this time of the year. is still being resorted to. A?r W. .T. Carey has l?st...
LIGHT STANDARD WRECKED SMASH AT 2 A.M. OCCUPANTS' MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
LIGHT STANDARD WRECKED SMASH AT 2 A.M. OCCUPANTS' MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. ,TIIILS'I driving ifrom Yarrawninga to Alelliolrllno at 2 i.nm. on Sttulr lday last, Mesrs Wallace EIl:dwnrds and Nelson ). Clark, emlloyees oif the State gIlectriclty Comlnmlion. had a miratclotu escape froml very seri wan inJurieH when their single neater utility Singer truckIt trulck concret light standnid ' near the ]oenalln bridge. It was. only the slow pace at which thle car wna travelling that oavedi them. 'The force of the Impnlat Iuprooted the coluinn and tilted the tandlard 'atrann angle 'of sixty degreeH and ntllntered it. The concrete Iracket holdling the two large globhen wan liurled 30 yards away. 'PTh car lilt the standard almost dead centre and stopped immediately. Edwardn, who Wns driving, in n ntatemelt to the police, sttted that could not Oee the concrete columnI l after hie croned over the brilgoe owing to the moonlight. The two men were unhurt and pro cocded it Melbourne the following morning I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
,10 -O s n 4. A CAT CAN SEE IN THE DARK .% DON'T straim your eye. Get Tc.xaco Light of the Age Kerosene and put it in every Inamp in the house. You'll get a softer, brighter I light ands you'll enjoy the ldvantages of a cleaner-burning, i longer-lasting kerosene. No burnt wicks, no smoky chlm 1 neys. It's PROVED, by Government Test, to he the finest Kerosene on time market. 318' Hours under Government Test The N.S.W. I)ept, of l'ublic" Works tested four dilTterent welliknown Ibrtntds of kerosene under exactly similar conditions. Lampl It had to be extin guished at 215 hollrs; Lamp C ut 263 hours; Lamp D 5t1 262 hours-"all with smoke pouring from the lhimt. neys" . . . Lamp A (Texnco Light of the Age) was "still lturtnllg brightly after 3111 ihours with no srtggestlon of smoke" . . . Wlit further proof colld yot wallti Safe yor 9y e..wiM for cooking, lighting T E X'' anO d heating.... "LIGHT,, I E AGE" K E RO N E 3L.24 AGENTS: A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. LIDGERWOOD BROS., DEVENISH. W...
RADIO TESTING EQUIPMENT INSTALLED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
RADIO TESTING EQUIP MENT INSTALLED' The nlatet tenting equipment for ail cinheHnn of radio in bIeen installed by Mir II. Simon ot rlrldge Street, lien alln. Thie Includes oecolator for ro lining eots, also a telter that can )be taken into any honoe annd tlle whole radio tested before you. The machine plugs Into the electric light, and when thin is not availablie It i connected to a ii volt naccumulator giving the same testing performance. That in to nay, the machino in onclcent 'in town or country. There in no part of a radio that',lt cannot tent, and this sorvico Is freo (n your own home from I . Simon.
A DANGEROUS INTERSECTION CLAIM AGAINST ITALIAN FAILS. P.M. DISMISSES CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
A DANGEROUS INTER , SECTION CLAIM'AGAINST ITALIAN ' FAILS. P.M. DISMISSES CASE . .;. The sequel to a collision at' the Intersectionr of Bridge and 'Arun-.... del -Streets. on 23rd, March last, was: heard in the' Benalls - court yesterday, when :Rent-a-Car Pty. Ltd. of 118 Exhibition Street, Mel bourne, sued: Frank Tomaino, a market gardener of .Goorambat, for the rsum of £34/19/2 damages for the negligent driving of a motor car. The canoe wias.heard by :Mr I: W. Willinams P,M. : ' MAr A. L. Anderson. of Melbourne, appeared for the :complainant com pany, whilst the defendant was; repre sented. by A?r Mal Ryan' of Benalla. The defence'to the: claim was a denial of negligence and that the ac cident was due to .the negligence of the driver of complainant's car. Thoman Henry Simpson, of Coiling wood, manager.of Rent-a-Car. Pty. Ltd. gave evidence that on .23rd Mirch he hired "a car to John Leon ard Glanileld.; Subsequertlly he re celved it back in a damaged condition He was in charge of ...
TO-MORROW'S EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
JO-MORROWrsv EVENT. o To-morrow assoclates. Will play ;a: otemRam match eotweens teamis selected ' Sithe president and captain, over 12. holes, ; I ollowlng is. thoe draw (Pres-. tdent's. team nabmed first) : islas L. A:Day' v. Mrs HI:B. B Wal ler, Mre Sutton;v:Mr H . Simon, Mlss Itpklns v.'.Mrs A. J.r Brown, MIrs Mlnrtn. v,-: Mrs L. Jeonkyn, Miss Han non v. Miss L. Crimmlns;,'Mrs; Lynch v, Mrs Malono, Miss.. E',GOaffnoy v. Mrs 0. W?ltmoro, . Maiss Moebus v. Mtrs P. Crouohor,.;Mrs .Grubb v. Mrs Thoronhtrn; Mrs, N. Crossloy v. Mrs Tnlophlino, Mrs A.. Sullivan v. Mrs 'l. Robertson, Miss Marjorie' Whit-' moro.e v, Mrs Urquhart, Miss D. Bleakoe v,. Mrs Stevenson, Mrs A. Phillips :v.: Mlrs.C.v'-olk, Mrs Cobbett v. Mlss, . Loedger, Miss Desallly v. Mrs:C., Gedyo,e'Mrs,,.: Gillman .V. Mrs: L. . `Gtrson'on Any, player :unable to?Pilay : ploease niotify Mrs Waller by 'noon on:''. Saturday,
A STOLEN CAR TWO YOUTHS ARRESTED AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
A. STOLEN CAR}# -; ? TWO YOUTHS ARRESTED AT BENALLA. James Robert Webster, 19 years and David Watt Curry, 18 years, both of Melbourne, appeared at' th llocal court on Monday char god with driving a car whilst under the influence of liquor, and later with having stolon a motor, car in Melbourneo. Each accused was also charged with the theft of a quantity of petrol. Thl'e bench wits nirelllul lby iMe?nsr .T. Soeriell Cand . Nano?n..I'.., ?Srrg'eaint M?tllllltln pIroor?tled. In ouillllnig thIe c(e hIo ail (tl-t. na cording ll o the story toill biy iL*e yolthls, they hilt attendiled l dancei ibll Int .it. Klldita on Sallturday nlght, ln( leaving there went to it dunce 111111 In thll city Int Wel, tr's car, Curry Hiill n he liand left ll Li car In Holuilrkc lltreel nd whenl lie I'retunedi it. haltl. l, r. lie thlln tookl another enl', trint bllthi youlthH melllr to Ilennalla irltrivng iL .1I it.Il. on ltlllnllty. They. eoodled In it i llienllt lilIntel for a wt!11; and on11 Sltnda They h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
Watts,T urn bull & Co STOCK, 'LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICEi BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle, St. James. Devenish, Violet Town, Euroa. Yea and Mansfeld. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck, Strathbogle, Ruffr. 'Brimin, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR: The Famous "Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured In Aus tralia). The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial Union Fire Assulance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Society. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co.. Melbourne. , We also have a big selection of Houses and S HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS ..or Private Sale, anid intending buyers should make a " ,-%, f : point of seeing our list. ;'i. . :LOANS ARRANGED. SWe can arrange Loans over Broad Aoros and. Sownship Securities at the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Strictest Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. 'Phone 17. BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA + . - ' + Robin...
BENALLA BUSH NURSING HOSPITAL COMMITTEE ELECTED. ALTERATIONS TO MEMBERSHIP FEES SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
BENALLA BUSH NURSING SHOSPITAL, COMMITTEE ELECTED. -' i ALTERATIONS' TO 'MEMBERSHIP .. EES SUGGESTED., T RII E wa ' a fair attendance at the annual meeting -of: the Beriala Bush Nurlsng llohpltal at the lMemn orial -aIll on Mondny 'evening." The president; 'Cr. 7.' a'D.'Cook, presided. others pr?eneitheolng vMesdames A. C. Brown, P. Stolzs. J. ,?Vllams M.A. IRohertson, MIssl J.JTackson, Sister Ford, Mlessr 1'I. T; Brown, 'J. Soerpll. A. Mlclntosh .'A. ,IMcLoellandF .F'.VWal lace, A.: HOywood, W?. James, Rev, I t. P. Simons, and the secretary,, Mr L.; Chid .,'i . - rhe 'minutes of the last 'annunl meetlng, were 'read' iind confirmed. SEC RETARY EULOGIS ED. Tleo M" irinan' saidd that the ? mhnks, of tile codimlmittee were extended to tell, oecreta'ry, Mr'Chldlow, who had been probalbly the boest secretary' they hal ever!/had. Hie poersonally was con vinced that .that was so, and all know of .the ,great amount of work he had done. In endorsing the .remarks of the chairman, Mr Brown" mo...
NEW CLUB HOUSE AT SWANPOOL Officially Opened on Saturday Last Progressive Move by Local Residents [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
NEW CLUB HOUSE AT SWANPOOL Officially Opened on Saturday Last &nbsp; Progressive Move by Local Residents &nbsp; A Happy Group at the Official Opening. IN THE PRESENCE OF A LARGE CROWD ON SATURDAY LAST, THE ATTRAC- TIVE CLUB HOUSE OF THE SWANPOOL GOLF AND TENNIS CLUBS, WAS OFFICI ALLY OPENED. IDEALLY SITUATED, AND BUILT TO SERVE THE REQUIRE- MENTS OF THE GOLF AND TENNIS ACTIVITIES IN THE DISTRICT, THE BUILD- ING IS A MONUMENT TO THE PROGRESSIVE SPIRIT OF THE RESIDENTS. Golf now plays such a big part in the social life of that district, that &nbsp; officials of the Swanpool Golf Club, with Mr Percy Branigan as president, and Mr Alan Marston as secretary, started a movement for the &nbsp; building of a new club house &nbsp; to serve both tennis and golf. The &nbsp; suggestion was universally approved &nbsp; of by both bodies, and at a public meeting the venture was so well sup- ported that it was decided to erect a new building. A...
WOMEN REJECTED PROHIBITION FINLAND'S TRAFFIC FARCE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
i WOMEN.: REJECTED `PRO . y, A HIBITION FINLAND'S TRAFFIC FARCE. Victorian. womanhood,' at the all proaching Prohibition Poll shliould be gulded by fact. and oxperlenice, rather than tswayed by glibI hystorical pro hlhltlonlst' assertions "subordinating reason to emotion. Finland's exporl once strikingly denotes women's-ah horrence of pohblbition, and the de terminlng power they exarcised In restoring Finland to. temperan'ce through ta senslhly. regulated licence system. Th'Pe story of Finland's twelve year "dry" regime Is one of tragic 'farce, striking in the widespread revulslin which led to Its flnal repeal. Under the licenee-system Finland ' was amongst thq soberent of countries. Unilder rohibition '.t became one of the mnost drnllken and lawless, "sub mnergel in Illicit liquor.' In nine years convictions for' drunkenness In ,cianed .from 3.1.i per "10,000 :io '279.5 perl 10,000. ,Mrs Itheta Childe Door , distin gulshed American investigator ,offers sonme pertinent comments. "Ne...
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED "MOTHER AND HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED' "MOTHER AND HOME." "Mother and Hlome," LJuly number, contains a free gift book," 12 pages, "liomo-made Jams and Jellies. Six pages'of fashions for chillren and adults. Knitting.-Instruetionn for knltting IL child's frock, .0-7' years. Special Articles-"I'd ; like every child to know," an amusing article by eonce Sinni: "Tennis' for the family," a helpful article on a healthy sport;. "Turning out' the bedroom.' mnetod thant 'mnrcen lIght work. Motbherernft.-"l anhit Tralnling" by Nurise Browne, a nariicle on the chil dlren's upringilng; selection of ques tlons and answers, with six photos: of rehder's lihes. IHealth.-1Dr."Jean on "ITay Fever." Cookery. --Florence? Whilte on "Caoke Making.' Beauty, Clrdening, Legal Advice, Children's Pages. Flction.-?lood -'stor'es : nand continuatlon of "Cleanr as the Sun," serial by lMurlel Tilne. "Mothe(r and hlome" Is olbtainabtlo from Westacott's Nownagency, Bridge Street Benalla, at 100 per coly.
CYCLING NOTES. BENALLA RIDERS COMPETE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
CYCLING NOTES. BENALLA RIDERS COMPETE IN MELBOURNE. Messrs L. Green and D.' Warhurst visited Melbourno. last "week!. where they competed In the 45 mile Retail Tradors' Race. 13Both 'cycllsts found the course a very strenuous -one and wore unplaced.., TO-MORROW'S; ROAD RACE. Strts at 2.30 Shrpt/ The Bonalla Cycle Club will 'hold a 10. mlloe road race to-morrow 'after noon starting and finishing at the cor ner-of Hanna Streot- and Sh'opparton road; .:,All riders' are ,'-urgently re-' quested to be ready at starting .point at 2.80 p.m. sharp. The following are the handlcaps:-C. Crootford 0,; Hill brick; .5 :mns; T;. Black;", J'-Warnock D; Nichols, J. Dennis, 3.30;; M. Heard, 3.r. French, ' 2.45; . ; Hall,;, L Green; 2.125 S. Hall, G.,Backhouse, .I War .hurst, :1.30: D. Warhurst, A., Mac Mlllan, 45 seoc.; T. Glazebrook, scr.
GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. Men's Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
GOLF NOTES. ::, BENALLA CLUB. Mans Championship. The first qualifying round of the mnen's championships of. the Benalla Club wan, played on Saturday last, when some excellent cards were re turned.. Leading scores were: "A" Grade.-L. A. Sayers. 72, G, Nason 77, A. E. Forbes 77, C. Perrin 78, . G. Oliver 88, A. E. Stephens 79. "B" Grade.-W. Steel 82,. C. 1R. Cumming 82, A. Scholes 82, ,W. Car thew 83, P. Murphy 83. "C" Orade.-T. V. Cowan 83, E. R. Rickards 84, W. M?cNicol 85, I?R. J, Murray 85. Handicap Events. Handicap: events. played concur rently resulted: "A" Orade.-C. Perrin (13), 85: A. E. Forbes (9); W. , Carthow " (17), Rev. L. E. 'Wilkinson (18), P. Mur phy (17), 86; A. Thompson (17); A. Scholes (15),, C. I. Cumming (15), 67; L. A. Sayers (4),, T. T. Clarke junr. (10), G.. V. Cowan (12). G. Oliver (10),, 68; L. J. Crawford.(18), 69;" G. Nason (7), T. .G. Doubleday (18), A. E. Stephens (9), h. E. Car ter' (16), D. Leonard (155),. 70; V. Sheppard (18), 72; H. Hanlon (15), 73; 1...
TRAFFIC PROSECUTIONS OPERATING OUTSIDE RADIUS OF LICENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
,TRAFF PROSECUTIONS OPERATING OUTSIDE RADIUS OF LICENCES. 'At the Bonalldo court yesterday be. foreoMessrs I. W. .Williams P.M. and J.: Serpell J.P., prosecutions under the Transport Act regulations were laun ched` against a number of truck drivers. Nicholas Caloutas was charged wItlti operating a commercial gioods vehirilo outslde`,tho radius of his licence.' He did ii otappear. . Flrst-Constable Wilson, who !'prose outed, gve evidence that, at i5 P.m? on 27th::Febrilary, he Intercepted de fendant on the Humo Highwo.y near .Brddaginnie'. BHe was carryirng a load of tomatoes and melons to Melbourne.? IHe had .three passengers ov. hoard, and .had not the necessary' written authority to carry passenge.'ts. Constable Watson corroborated. 'In answer to the P.1!.. First-Con stable Wilson said that he would have received a. permit to 'carry mom bers of his own family or persons employed by'him. Defendant, was fined £5 .in default distress. Iaurence Joyce and IIarold Wilson were" charged '...
COUNTRY GOLF CLUBS BROKEN CREEK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
COUNTRY GOLF CLUBS BROKEN CREEK CLUB. Undoer Ideal golfing conditions, and, with keenness 'and , enthusiasm In creasnning weekly, theo Broken Creek club .members last Saturday played S ladiles': and men's singles over nine "holes for golf halls and tees kindly donated by' Mr WV. J. Tonkln of Geonr ambat. Many now members were presont, and over 30 players were r tnoling part in the afternoon's sport. " The'? ompotlton was .won by two of the oliub's younger members-Miss Jean Splnks (13roken Creek), and .Tolin'. Meadows (Goomallhee).. .The 'hoett'cards handed in'.were: Tadles.--Mliss ". 'Spinks 52, MIns J.. 'Flood .1, MIn's: M;' Feldtmnnn 58, MIss Mt. Sharp `01, ilss A. Carlyon . 63, MIss 'A.' Spinks 63, Mrs It. Davis 04, Mrs J.,- Melklo: 67.I 'Men-.T. Meadows 40, J. Sharp 40, .T. Spinks 40, ,H,.. Wallace 40?, I. Phelan 50, 0'.Wright: 0; , O. Ohorno S i1, a. Wallnce i3,3"EHnam _,; J.Ilon-e coo 52. . ; WARRENBAYNE NORTH.. The-thIrd round for the' bestslx oul. of Ii roundsi wasn played o...