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BOWLS. A PENNANT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

BOWLS. : & PENNANT COMPETITIOR. ,. ecndigo met. South Bendigo on the gr'lien of: thla forme-r Wednc da.v, o.nd won oy 20 points aftbr a spirited conte·t. At the? .5th ..end South Bendigo was leading.by ?:Li point-ll-,1 to 10-and : iat the 10th end the scor1u was level--29 all. Then flisucuro .riaidually' forged:, ahead, being 48 to tlhcir oppbore.nts' 37 at: theo :15th cnd, 66 to Soutiith .endio's 51. at the 20Lh end, and finishrng. i' witih 83,·to South 3Bondigo's 63. Bendigo-83. -:ll,. Green, Tatchel!l, . D1e I.aviii :3 •?oberts, H.arper; Darirch, J. .,D.' B:d "2-3 ?oung, ~Freemian ' Hanmpton, oskcn .. Sout];h Bendi~go--63." Alaso, 'Wihirt;r Lano?y, Goyne :..- ',17 Tardner, Ferguson, Alsop, A. E. Brown- vi9 Baennetts, Garvin, Wa& rd. T'Col. :... ... 27 The Woodend' team was uiable! to fulfil its engaemen, wih the Eagleha?w, i.team, Wednesdat, owing, it wad statcd, inua teip gram, to unforeseen circumstances. An effort is to be made to form a bowl! ing club at Golde...

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USEFUL HOME IDEAS. A HOME-MADE UMBRELLA CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

USEFUL HOME IDEAS. A HOME-MADE UMBRELLA CASE. A Useful Bclonging.-Onc of the most useful possessions for thie traveller is a case to contain umbrellas parasols, cte. Such a case, though fairly, expensive to buy, may be made at home for a .very small sum indeed. All that is required is three pieces of holland or biscuit-colorcd linen, about three-quarters of a yard long and 10 inches wide. The ,top of all these pieces is first bound with brown braid, which is carried down the sides to tlhe doepth of' eight or nine inches. The three p:ieces are then tack tckdtogether frol the point where the brown binding ends down tie sides and along the bottom, and are finally bound with the brown braid, wihich i noea+Iv. sewnL dow?n by .nmachline. flie cdase thus: nmade forms two pockets, one 6n each side, with a dividing partition down the mniddle. All that remains is to run a slot ,about eight or nine iiiches from thi top, and: to thriad it with the brown braid. The slot should be so arranged tha...

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FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

, : - LOWERl GARDEN. . :::: I The contihucd dlry wveathier- is~ ~hain:- a disastrutis efect :,upon many gardenas;:rpai. tirulai;ly. whlie a?i: ;:aritificldii sipply of:: . itateri: is no i.?ailalule, aidd eavd n in :gaidens wlhere such: a'w .iisuzprly is ac vailable e: tre. i ,avre mnius"t -be, exercised :if 'aiy .,o'o . " he siilis in the aivfy o6f bloom?s?darei to :be :ob:" tiled?.i: Eveni fi we go et e:arlyF ruains sncl i h i0ow ers? as daahlins, chrysanthlemuims iand ross :wvill talke time o t:ecovier. !'lie ordi;: nary sisrinling :y a hose rose iwil l: lardiy be ssufficieit; to m 'ileet thoe -ncessities: of- the. plailts The prosper coirse to adlopt :is ·to.: take .the' nozzleo off. thc hose anid :lt tlie ::t water. soak: gently doin: .:nto the roots o?f eaclih pln. ::A good soaking like this once:: a Wveek will h~ave more effect thlianji co?.instant spriiinklin: Tihe :continued :dlry weather wiihaive tlhe effect of stunting the% growth.: of ph:lints mand briuning them?out :in ...

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MUNICIPAL SALE YARDS. SHELTER FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

iULl*U~i Wdih 'UH gitlLbf DCIAICLUD* MUNICIPAL SALE YA~RDS.( ::I SHELTER FOi HORSES. "-- :: 3utchers .and stockowners whol attend. the?: 3endi o stock miarket hIavvevorideredie wiy.1, ome shelterl has not been provided ?it the: a?rds for hoses. On sal-' days a muinber f horses nmay b]e seen :standing in i ha"ness ound the :yards.-: Oii-I?Et: da7ys?. ?1i leii: th::: lazing sun is avoided by all p--ersons and nimnals able :o get to a place :.of shelter, he horse:s tied :to .the fences, at he ima.r :ets have noi, piotetion. :Theire arc a few rees there, but only a few,. whil the lum eir of horses is: often large, An;3bidy can nderstand :howl distiredsing it i must :be to ' horse to stand stll: ini the sun :for; sevei al: ours.. On rsome ,sale· days ibo-oes .vhich arve stood :ini the snun for ?ome time'. are oree fatigulied :than: if they had done, a , ard daY's swor k: under nolmal :conditions Mr. . A foog; :the inspectoi, :ie?eeitly ugaested to tlihe City Council that trees liould be:...

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B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN DEFEAT ST. KILIAN'S B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

';B TJ 1C C.· SOIYUICh{N · DLr~~AT ·ST. Ki ILIaN'S. Fv's 195Rl~h /··:· fcodnd Innings. wnothi-. ..·. ... ..i .. .I~. ' 20 '': A'; e'8canider~ .b -Caulfileld ..r 6;.::f·~ W` ":'PBoll, nob oub * . ; ·1' i 27,· J. Stephens, b Caulfield ...... L1 . II. M'Dougall, b Cox .... .. 23 'f. Leed, not out......... ... 3: Sundries ... ... ... ......... 30 Four wickets for ......... 110 Bowling.-J. Forster, iione for 20; J. Caulfield, two for 15; S. Charlesworth, one for 113; E. Hubbard, none for 12; R. "Ricbards, none for 6; R. Stephens, none for 10, H. Cox, one for 4. ST. KIILIAN'S. Fitsb Innings. J. Forster, c Stephens, b Mackay 11 Davidson, b Cook ............ 7 H Cox, b Cook.... ........... '0 :G. K(irby, c Stenhens, b Cook 7 'II .Watts, c Hall, 'b.' Maclay .. 35 .i Hubbard, c : Alexander; i;' SMackay ...... .... .. ...... R. Richards, c andib Lightfoot 35. . S. Charlesworth, c Alexander, h: hMackay .. . ...... .. .. .. ... J. Caulfield not oiAt ... ..18 R. Stephens, c.Hall, b -ok ;.C . '11 ...

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NEW MARKET AND CUP BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

.YEWMVARKET. AND, :CUP BE'ITTINGE; i.Plie ?withl.aval of:Athliii·i from inthe Newmarket Handicap, cause:. Cider :ind I.: athlea to idwanmce to the licad of tlhe' quo tations. ~athlea hias met:wiith stable sup lort?. A- copple of ,oints from the two 'nentionledl come Carnell; Gold Brew and Desire. and then at a similar interval Brat tle and Widrgiewa. Of those mentioned, the latter lhas met with more solid support than :inyfthing else during the past week.. Four points further away are Trixetto, Nuwara . Eliy, and St. Medoc. Then at an interval of five rnoints come Aleconner, Captain White, MIoun'tain Princess, Popinjay; Tofua. 'and Silver Lad. Sea Prince is favoi'ite for 'the AustraliAn Cup. with IIarpist only a poiit away. Be lo ve, Who, with Coradil, follows at a thlre p- oints' interval. WVallalo. who is ,a couple of 1oints from t~hese two, is two slihorter than The Parisian and Andelosia,' wvith St. a . 'aho following 'at a simila'r. iPterval. Four :ioinits.fiftier: off ahre 'Au...

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RACING APPEALS CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

SRA'CING 'APPEALS CONSIDERED. .; A.ti t!.it e nieetiingf .0 on :riday 'last ,til.e ' : CV.ER. comiittee :, disimissed an appeal loded by (-i.. 'rozier against the decision , of- the -Merbein Tuirf: Club. 'in' upholding,, a -irotestf,; againist hlis mare -Rippling. Avon*, .iwinner t'f thle' Coilsolation Stakes on 26th. ,Tanuarv. i.aid' awarding' the -race to St. SKiliian. the . cond liorse. The' appeal by F'?. Vidler,; ower -of Lesso, against .the de-, cision of the 'Mrton Turf Club. in dis Siiissini. 'a 'protest 'against .Y.S. .being de-. :ldared.'the wviiner of the M?aiden Hack Race, i '.u oni :.iast January, was also dealteo with. Sh'o' nrot-est'I was lodged' on the ground that ihe ,rider of Y.S:.,was .not an amateur. It was shown that the jcclcy - it one time- had been. disqualified,: and that under the rules of sracinu it was necessary for him to 'be ieinstated asi an amateur by* the :1 . V.C.: The aipeal. wais upheld, -arid the race goes. "to Lesso, the second hlorse.

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SPORTING. THE TURF. SANATORIUM RACE MEETING. NET PROFIT, £503/17/. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

SPORTING. T-l1F TU R F. S&NATORIUI RACE MEETING. NET PROFIT, £503/17/. "/,meeting of the committee of manage nent of the recent race nieetin' 'in aid of the proposed Bendigo Coisumptive eSana torium .was held at the lHotel Shamrock- on Friddy: afternoon. The joint secretaricea MrT.r R., N. Putnam and Dr. Ii. E. Jack . on siibmittedl the balance-slheet, whiclL : ~bowed that the splendid profit of .£503117/ had been made o er the fixture. The re-?? eints., aggregated approximately 1414, .while the expenditure reached £910. The S hot weatheri on the occasion of the. races considerably interfered with. the atteildance. which was greutly below anticipations, aind ;in- consequence the officials did not view the finaincial result of the meeting with plea sure. After the second day's races the joint secretari-s estimated that the pirofits would reach about £'300. They' were there. fore agreeably surprised when all'accounts had been settled to find :that .the magni ficent surplus of ...

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POULTRY NOTES. To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

POULTRY NOTES. (By "F'eathcr.') To Corresmondents. 33rahanas."--1. Yes. 2. Mr. Gco. Woodc • waid, B3allarnt. 3. Do not thinke so. I " have no record .of any being imported. S'tussex."--l 2 and 3. YOs. See standard. 4.: Try T. VrWatson, 157 BTicdkey-street, SE ssendon.

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ROCHESTER BAND. SUCCESS AT SHEPPARTON. Rochester, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

ROCHESTER BAlND. :.SUCCESS A.T SHIEPPAlTON.oE: :i i.Rochestei, 12th February. :P Thi .R6chdstbr 3rass Band comnetced at the ;heiiai'tonViCarnitalf on Wednesday, and, as .~iticipated,( was very: successful, winning '42/l10/: in prize money>. It gained first riu: ittlite: iWaltz and selection (J£40), and cbond iriz::einr the: cquiclkstep, beini beaten n:i:the:l tttir in ithe inspection. This was tiue:to: the bnln' dhaving had very little trillu?p?: . to hlio .present, .,but this defect is ow being ren'edied The. following are the oiints gai :ii aii::cch secction: a nidiS:?iec;:,?: .:Selction. Waltz. Total; ?.ochest .r i... .. . ... 13i 9, 225 .r ,eniilla ... ; . 127 91 218 li$pphton ~iwn U. 129 89 218 ifeppartoiit Model? 123 . 86 209' Al? the lib iind~. played well in 'the quic: ! t-ido:p Siheppi?toiniiLTb:odel heading the list for, ausic E,'ie oillowiig ar the details of oinitsin this scetion: uic ste r .:10; seco6nd, L5 Ta: i hn3idii. T:iinspection Dll?l .Music.i Tt:iU-.: liepiai...

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ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

heiiig of fruit for export, wvi1 beo 3igaang the." attention .of 'orchadists. It s: necessarr-ythat all such frui:t should beo?: uicked with care, and if plossible ?duinig::? ;lie early hours of the d't:, before l-the hait?,t if tho sun warms up the fruit.. M:iiclih::: uccess has bed durin.g t·he last'i: eason or o fruit to the6:: 2ool she. re the time or shlf't in ocrder ' 't may be:; 3ooCled i yoijxj1 e 1 1 dtal da onds !J[? &~ 'tu y"..:?lbritie, and `./ he sh as reg~a.rds tlf," oudition in":t vhich. th. ' it I lEv ' home and Foreign ma shi.ppin . coin ,anies are sunpo~ed to maintain a regulr:i-: bemncraturc in tlhe ship's cool chamlmrsrs mnd as a rule do so, it is a .questlon wh i:: ther the Commonwealth Govermnent slihildd? iot have smnOt means of ensuring- its?'ib'lso' Lute .regularity. :Fruit is. sometimes -landed :: n the' home m:aarkets in a j.conditioni wv(hiclih . depreciates its- value; but -vihether thati?is ! 3i ?uto :eirlCbsIsness: on tli?-.ar.t .-of thi teinsd...

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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

KITCHEN GARDEN;.l Tom'ato .bushes should be kept regular iy 'Vatiered duriag dry weather, and the -oil betwcen: Athoe row.s ket. ??v. well cultivated. . The Lwairner wecathor., will favor the :ipeii-; in?g of :tliofruit; and there shouid be less thnnngiout. of. laterals, as the fruit wilt i need protection from the' .scolching rays of the sun. Later onl as -the suns's rays lose strength, mia the .weather becomes, cooler, tilh ripemning fruit will require more iuu,' and the thinninr out. of the foliage will have to beo attended to:. It iis, not i.ad visable to pik tlomat'es in too :grceen, a stage, s: inuch ofi the flavor is lobst whi ci conics with th . coloring; .hilst it is npfo lcdcessary to :wait uitil: t~he' fiitu: is': full'1 coloicd .'sforo picking : i is idvisable o allow it , o beo mderately well colored.i If vegt-ible . icrrow pl'ant5 aire liberaiy.: wvatered and thel bds covered with a go6odi thick muilch, co tinuous:is -crops " ill. o:b: thirown iout. until the enid of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

DAMPBELL, CONNELLY & CO Propy. Ltd. (late Connelly and Co.) IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, AND TINSMITHS, BENDIGO. MANUFACTURERS of CREAM CANS, MILK CANS, DAIRY'-:: : iUTENSILS, . GAL. IRON TANKS, SPOUTING, CATTLE AND SHEKP TROUGHS. And All Kinds of 1SHEET MBTAL GOODS. )UR MANUFAuTUIRES MAY BE PRO-.. CURED FBOM *.LL STOREKEEPERB IN THE i.v3dithERN DISTRICT. JTJ~J1fl AND jCJ1 TIMBER and IRON MERCHANTS, BEND GO,:. 8PIECIALTIES: WALL PAPERS, CEILINGS and FRIEZEB _in Great Variety, from. 4d per roll up to the most Artistio Designs. MANTELPIECES, OVERMANTELS, TILED HEAR1ITHS, INTERIORS, GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES. ENAMELLED BATHS and SINKS, Also BATH HEATERS. %VERYTHI-IING RIGHT UP TO DATE. At MODERATE PRICES. AZENTS for WUNDERLICH'S STEEL. CEILINGS, Eto, i Correspondence Invited. :. . - ~Telephone 4~8.)

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MARGARINE SOLD AS BUTTER. TRADESMAN HEAVILY FINED. LONDON, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

1) MAIRGARINE SOLD AS BUTTER.:. : TRIADESMAN IEAVILY FINED.r '" LONDON, 12th February;.: _i. heavvy pcnalty wis imposed .to-day on tlradesmnan of Rotherhithe (London),: whiio T? as convicted for sclliuR marogarine as but- + The shopkeeper, whio had been tw c ?pcl r -e tously: fined for a similar offenceC, os(i; 01 ecrd to 'my ,I ·fier of'~25. : .2 a..+ . : < t WVorry is friction, .inactivity rust h:; ot T.::ti estroy the .hmuan machine i? VWhloever envies another coenes-s?s-? hi'' it lperiority d

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FARM & GARDEN. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

I-, Kioroit inolusive. Heavy loads are being despatchecdldaily lop crois- at 'Wangaratfa are said to be -very good this yeaC. They are exceptional ly fre~ frmn pests and diseases, and bear inlg very: her iily;.: Pickinig will. commence iext. week. ::iIt ?is anticipated tlihat good inces will be ol?atinable; this season. :Sinc :1st Jagjuary about 35,000, bags of wiliheat lhave i.bcen' despatched fromnt Shel bourne During that month 736 load' ppa~scd oveer the station weighbridge, A ·large qiuaintity 'stilh awaits tnransport, but distict Ifarmers state that the department 1ahasnhinidled the grain much more expedi t6ic, usly tliis season than usual. The aver -ge wtheat yield for the district is estimat- * ed a1i about seven bags to the acre.

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BRAISED SWEETBREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

BRAISED SWEETBREAD. Wfiw 'he sweetbreads are -bla.nchrd, :pi'esedl; and cold, jput them into a stew man .with ha:lf. pint of goed .veal stock, flaviored with vegetables. Cover with slhoces of fat bazon, over which place a. buttered paper. Put the pan on the fire, aind' cook quickly for a few minutes; then add a. litle qioro stock,. and cook very ' gently in the frdiit of the oven; putting the lid ',n: the stew pan, and basting.-the s.-c~t read~'ds fi equidnely "with the stock. Wihe doin,, they should be a lighlit brown color. A."? ·novice p'urchasing a motor car takes practical and theoretical lessons-before he tries to drive it. By the side of the iuachinery of a motor car the mechanism of a baby is delicate and intricate beyond compare, aidl therer is the additional dis advantage that bro!ie, parts cannot be replaced. And' yet many a novice mother tries her hand at earing for an infant with no more preparat;ion than the odd bits of knowledge she has picked up.-Dr. C. Page Lappage<...

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ECONOMICAL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

S ECONOMICAL RECIPES. Tho End of a Ham.-Whcn a ham car, nlo longer have nea.t slces cut from it, ut;:t tho end over the fire in a saucepan .:: of cold water and cook gently until ten 'i.er . When about half done add about iine-fourth of a cupful of vinegar to the Iw.ater;. WVhon cold remove the skin anm1 '1 ii?the: meat from the bone, rejecting all hard. parts. Put the meat through tho ' eatn' ;tlchpper twice; Measure, and to-. cach lpint of' meat allow a gill of milk; one :tablcsypoonful of dry mustard, two: lashes of pepper and two egg6 . Cook in a.. dcuble .Ioiler for ;ten minutes. 'This, makes a ,.Lupeiior. filling for sandwiches, can . b Ser.ved' cold for supper; and can be used as thie':Fuundatfon for many hot dishes. In 1 ihcso days of high priccs on all fopd ;tilffG, ,aid especially meat, this rcvile wi; iipipial to the careful housewife, enabling :licr, as it, does, to us up every it' of a .a:iai' wi:Ihout any waste whatever.

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

ANSWER?S TO CORRESPONDENT'S. "E.TrEL."--To clean lacquered brass.--Wash thle brass carefully with a rag wrung. opt of vinegar and witer, dry thoroughly and : polish with , clean chamois. This treat mcunt will remove ill greasy marks and leave tho lacquered brass beautiuily bright. Do noi use ordinary household polish or you will spoil your lacqucred brass. The Feblruary number of "Evcrylady's Jourxnal" is to haud, and contains a large ':mount of instructive and interesting read ing: Five free plapr patterns are enclosed. The'se will be much appreciated by the horne dressmaker. The most un-to-date article is on the quetion, "Should tb.o Tango be Danced?" A short accottnt of -tt:e origin of the Tanlgo is given, .along with . exper!s': opinions in' ifavor : of and agains- theli dance. Thel. readers of :.thls 'magazinec are then left to settle tiis:i quro tion for thcmnselvcse. ?. ashionsn -h0usekeep ing notes, ?confectioncry, guimes, and en-: t-cit'-ir.meCntsj' gardeniuig 'loetry a?rnd...

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BENDIGO HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

BENDIGO HORTICULTURAL SOCIETYi. ,.)' Park prcoided at the monthly meet n't of ' .lie J3eudigo il-orticultural Socivlty; held in &amp;lt;the .Tow 'lo all Friday, 1 Theri .wias .~'.,very good attendlance. .Mr. ,T Cook gave aun tinteresting lecturetto:.: on'a' Difficulties of an Amateur," In .:the course of his monthly icetureu on "Work or .the .Montih," Curaitor iurnmdal s·aid: thosec who intended growing largo c•,hry'a nthernm bloomns mnu.st look over cacl.'? plaiut -very day for ,caterpillars, .-..which wer c imostl3y .foulnid t thie ,top ol the. slhoo0t . waitui.: for the .blooi bjids to d veloPi ;. .Tiepaiuts, slhoild not. c~uler 'romi wanti of': : wate.. ,If ,et;Lit. goid :rose blo ilnis wri'-:. rerIpilned n12:the0 aituinin2o-nw was ttlit t;i;ic: tob . cut a: .il We ik ,growths :and: shobl e i.Lc :ck t-"l- 0st1io- eihoots, but not .so severe "Sn .tle,&amp;lt; winteo pruunin 'li sur ltif .ac'c. bjol1,sh~uld .b&amp; kept stirired, and jtist eboughi':: ,witc[.l;?e?llivwe...

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MINING NEWS. REVIEW OF THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

REVIEW OF1 TIHE SHAIE MARKET. A firmer market ruled last week, but dealing was somewhat restricted. Of the highi-priced stocks New Chum Goldfields, Great Extd. Hustler's, Great Northern. S. New Moln and Golden Pyke were tlie'most prominent. At intervals Golden Ago were in request, and Sea. Ironbark, Victoria Consols. H-ercules and Energetic, Koch's Pioneer, Specimen , ill, and. United Hust ler's and IRedan, came: in for attention. The gold, returns, which are appended, reached the fine. total of- 4404oz. 5dwt.; . S.. " L D-WEiK. S.. .. e.' .Previou o Company. I Yield. Week. : Tn'e.|oz. dt. ITns. oz..dt. 'C arlisle .. .... ... 266 57 21 370 51: 8 'Catherine Reef ;Utd. I 176 5' 4( 16 5 15 . ,Central Red lWhite 1 I .i Sand :Blu ... . . 400 142, 8 569 162 0 SClarenco IlTtd. .- . 148 10:18 118 -.1111:" SConstellation " . 86 ,19 1 6 19 12 C' ornish Ut;d; .. ... 48 8 , 0 48 ;,7 10-, (Golden Age ... . 117 26 .6 74 25 2 golden Pyke .. . 240 106 17 i 312 199 10.:: Great Ex. Iustler's 290 339 ...

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