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Poultry Lecture. ENGLISH METHODS AND MARKETS. MR. GEO. WOODWARD UP-TO-DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Poultry Lecture. ENGLISH METHODS AND MAR.KETS. 3IR. GEO. WOODWARD UP-TO DATE. The first item of the syllabus ar ranged by the Brighton Poultry So ciety, subsequent to their recent suc cessful show, took the form of a leet turo by that well-known and much travelled poultrymlan, Mr. G. Wood ward, and was givenl at the Drill Room aunnexe, before a highly interested audienlce. Mr. Woodward, in opening his lee tLre, referred to the great volume of business that was continually being transacted in the stud le partment that was of an international character. Poultrymen recognised no boundaries. and would buy and sell birds to and fronm any quarter of the globe. It was a fact also that the consumption of poultry products had grown during the last few years to an extent hardly rivalled by any other commodity. In Anmerica it was called the "'lillion Dollar Industry.",, The value of the table poultry and eggs marketed inl England last year reached a total of £25,000,000. Of this amount £1-1,50...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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TO FASTEN A KICKING COW. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

TO FASTEN A KICKING COW. A dairyman describes his method of tying the hind legs of a cow to pre vent kicking whilb being milked as follows: The method I shall describe is efiee tive and humane, and generally only a few lessons are necessary to con vince the most unruly cow that she must stand still while being milked. I take a hame strap from a harness, which is one inch wide and about two feet long. Standing on the right sit's of the cow, the.strap is ,tnkcn by thA buckle end on the left and passed araund the cows left hind leg just over the gambrel; the end .- of this strap is brought back between the cow's legs,' and is given or or two turns, around itself. It is 'then pass ed in front of the right -leg, brought around- and securely buckled tightly so that it cannot bhe pulled down over the joint, but not tight enough to prevent- the cow from standing com fortably as long as she behaves her self. The cow is not so badly frightened with her legs confined in this way as she is with...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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QUEEN SOPHIA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

QUEEN SOPIIA. mere is a quaint story from the World about the unfortunate lKingof Holland's first wife, Queen Sophia--" About fifteen years ago she was in London, staying at Claridge's Hotel. A great friend of hers, a Dutch baroness, was very ill at the Hague, and the Queen asked Mr. Spencer Wells (not then a baronet) to go over and see the lady. The day after his return to London the Queen walked round to Upper Grosvenor Street to ask after her friend, and the servant came into the consulting-room saying, " Please, sir, there is a lady in the waiting-room who waots to see you. I suppose she must bW mad. She says site is the Queen of lHolland." Food for lte.lection.-Dr. Johnson sai4 th most difticult thing a man could do was to "bolt" a door. We know men Who live bj nstina houses.

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The Dairy. SELECTING A DAIRY COW. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

', ne Dalry. -~'SELECTING A DAIRY COW. Different cows have different capaci ties, the same as some boilers have different, capacities for - generating steami from a pound of coal. It may be said in general that all cows utilise the food which they eat for one or two purposes, provided the animal is in a good healthy con dition. The first is for the producing of milk, second, for the increase in live weight.. Cows which through heredi tary tendencies and environment have developed a tunpacity for transforming food into milk instead of live weight are known a dairy cows. Other cows through influences of the same char acter acted in an opposite direction and have a rapacity for transform ing their feed into flesh and fat on their bodies, and the milk produced from such cows is of little import. anme, and used entirely for calves, and are Rnown as beef cows. Between these two classes we find a large number of cows with some of the characteristics of the dairy cow. In so far as. giving a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

. H................ ................ Elsternwick FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. r- w l ' Glen Huntly Rd, Showell s, Elaternwick. A.Few Doors 13-low E. S. & A. Balk. We specialise i the Io ovisini, Trade, keep the very I-st )l;L-, * able, and will sot b'e un-rir6oll. All Goods kept in Cooling Chanm-' - ber. EggsIfroin Cool Districts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Butter and Cheese from :Western District Factories. . ..Kindly. Remember This--Whether your Order is Worth a Shilling or a Pound-we Deliver it Promptly and in a careful and Up-to-Date manner. !W. H. Nicholson . begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, . Camegie, Ormond and Surrounding Distric, that he har, - ed a Store at Gltn funtly (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock: of; Groceries, C1rock1 and Ironmongory. The Favor otyour Patronage Is respectively Solicited . GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. S-ITORE-Brlghton, Elsternwlck, Balaclava and len Huntly. W. H NlieHOLSON, Grocer, Wine & Spirit - iercbant rPhone,Brilhton 1064. ...

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The Bent Statue. IMPROVING THE SURROUNDINGS. PROPOSAL TO ERECT A GUARD FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

T- he Bent Statue. IMPROVING THE. SUItIOUNDINGtS. 'PROPOSAL 'TO: ERECT A (UARD F]NCE. The damage that is being .done to the reserve around the Bent Memorial Statue, at the cornier of Bay street and Nepenn arod, Brighton, by wan derintg cattle was the subject of a report made to the Brighton Council on Monday by the curator. A rtecot mendation to erect an angle iail funce to protect the reserve was subtlitted. The town clerk pointdl out that the inspector was doing his best to put down the wanldering cattle nuis ance, but he could not be exlpcted to Ibel out all hou,rs of the mIh!!t. Cr. Ifanhy sail that they should strictly enforce the by-law, even if it meant employing a special officer. Cr. C'heeseeman suggested that a fence manu out of iron piping woult be very serviceable. ('r. Francis contended that they would be justifiel in putting up I fence whiith would not le unsightly. 'The teginccr mentioned l that a fenee made out of piping would be less unIsi'htly thanri an angle rail,...

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The Sandringham Hall. EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS IN PROGRESS. THE CEREMONY OF LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

IThe Sandringham Hall.. EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS IN PROGRESS.. THE CEIEMONY OF LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. Before a large attendance of Sand ringham residents on Saturday last, the laying of the foundation stone of the additions to the Sand ringham Public Hall was per formed by the Shire President, Cr. B. J. Ferdinando, J.P., srho is also president of the Mechanics' Institute conunittee. Amongst those present were Mr. D. E. Mcllryde, M.L.C., Mr. O. It. Snowball, 3I.L.A., and repre sentatives of various local organisa At a gathering which took place out side, Mlr. W. J. Toohey, in introducing the president, said that it was mainly through the efforts of Cr. Ferdinando that they had such a fine building in the district: He had been a most earnest worker, and had devoted a great deal of his time in the further ance of the objects of the institution. The existing' hall was erected, but afterwards it was felt that something additional should be attempted, and the result will Ie seen in a f...

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Keeping the Peace. BRIGHTON AND MOORABBIN COUNCILS DIFFER REGARDING BOUNDARY ROADS. ENGINEERS TO CONFER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

.Keeping the Peace. BRIGHTON AND :3fOORAIIBIN COUNCILS DIFFERI REGARDING BOUNDAIRY ROADS. ENGINEERS T'O CONFER. The question of the construction of New street, Brighton Beach, which has been before the two local councils for some time, was mentioned at Mon day's meeting of the Brighton Council. A letter was received from! the Moorab bin Council, stating that they had referred the matter to the engineers of the two municipalities for a fur ther report. This cotmmunication was in answer to Brighton's letter that they had issued instructions for a notice to be served on Moorabbhn. The town clerk (Mr. J. H. Taylor) referred to the report which appeared in last Saturday's issue of the "South ern Cross" of the Moorabbin Council, in which it was stated the Brighifon Council had not met their obligations in connection with the transfer of the territory. He produced documents to show that the first instalment of £It1 had been paid; and mentioned that the next did not fall due till February. ...

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Gardeners' Affairs. THE ASSOCIATION AND THE COMMISSION BUSINESS. PROPOSAL TO START AN AGENCY. MEETING AT SHIRE HALL NEXT SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Gardeners Affairs. T E.' SSOCJ IIB IES N v4) XI' O 1 tno.Pos U A tohaC. S -: SATIRDAT-:L E?? At the lasthi- eetig of the hiarehol lers 'of' thed farlket Gardeniers'.." and Fruit Gropers A'socintiop a retonii iendation Wsi' iuniitte Id'iy the di rectors that a : o??-o'ihnission agency shouhl be estabiilishled ? l.'Tey.; pointedii oit tliat they wire losing in good deal of business through to haning the agency,; anud it ant considered that if that w'ere iil ;:operatioia?they mwould open nup neats rikir tst for the *gardeners. ie proposal was ij ti ed, us ;it ieu fearedi; tlihat the inirlet womdd he eaniheei hiy i'irri luce troui the couiitri. to ;.the :ldetri imet of, the lon:gioa'ers At that time the directors?er:? unalle to give an? estiiiite :of I the esptnse.ras they haid not , 'one illti:?the .luestion of ahiryi for.: tlii,' atnnt1" Since-then the directors lihaose coisideiredI the ;liatter, anld hii ? t: iitieL 'tiatiOs .with a capable 'rma I::h'l sharcihldere, are remliesltel t...

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NORTH WARD. EXTRA POLLING BOOTHS REQUIRED. COUNCIL AGAIN TURN DOWN APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

NORTH WARD. EXTRA POLLING BOOTHS REQUIRED. COUNCIL AGAIN TURN DOWN APPLICATION. Tho Brighton North Ward Progres Association wrote to the Brig hton Council, urging that a polling booth should bo establlishedj~ and also en routo to e tret station; andt if it w ,rce h ail necesaiy to Ilhao three I rt q,. at St. Stephen's lchool ro closed. I Cr. Grout (Central Wal]) and Cr. Cheesem;an (Etast \\aore) rnded, that thioe As tociati* . ?q . formed tie Council can see I. o ," to alter their pr?lesiul decis onu.r Mletinus next weark i,,,hlk ._ 'oniLrht.-31r. lacarnr tt Cl ; (enlllll. 'Tusdtlay.-31r. N ?ath, at \ road. " A t orId Thur.day.--.fr. Alfori. i• 1l Methodist S.S. i t Friday.-31r. Posse, l?ar street tr. nocr Asling street).

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Municipal Elections. MR. NATHAN IN THE EAST WARD A CHARACTERISTIC ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Municipal Elections. MlR. NATIIAN IN THE EAST WAfl) A CHARACTEIIS'iC DI)RI'SS. One, of .the Iost breezy meetings that has taken place in regard to local politics eventuated on Thursday, when Mr. H. Nathan, who is oppos ing Cr. Alford for the East Ward va cancy at the fortheomlng inunicipal elections, addressaxl the ratepayers of the ward in the Methodist flall, Male street. Ml. Willeant Turner. of Male street, occupied" the chair, and nearly 1110 ratlepatverlc were present, including lr. A. E. Brown, of Middle Briahton, and others associated with Cr. Al ford's comnniittee. The chairman said that, alIart fronm MIr. Nathan and his candidature there were times "in the life of local (Go vernment when councils get a little too" much .into a rut, andl it "was necessary to pInup a little fresh life into them. - It was not that they were not as reliable as. when tlhey were first elected,' but they- had been there too long to see the- needs - of the place. ' Mr. Snowball hand iil-i formed hi...

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SPORTS PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

SFPOhRTSh. ?:PIlo ('AA31F.. . ?uirmian -31r.'?l Maher. . Starter-11r."P T KMerr , Juds ?c-r : W ? .. -urresii?a.d ?,i)drs.? (IcC leltliiil'n nd-Melenii. -&. Ifiiilitnicae 3 esr ) Ma?er. and " .I.. Orfo"rd. . p "rtsi .I;rozt S ",rif. tar -Lr.: Wr lrkindley. - - Irefrce'=Ir-e r eiht anl Gray 80:1" 111Cl',S? ;iidr 6 .8;10 1"2: ''1 I. I zer - trutphij+s - ,- " :IiIS'I;$ AlUI.' 7 nd? ,l'r?"s;i. iLr . 1ii PrseeIs:'R AOE "roplst ,sl 5- ' ad, Irop-;t. -Entries. ekleo ua li. ii - on rl ? :id,"S oiith-ir Crodss,'O, ,0ice and }M . Clarki., ¶'oliaceroist Chrch ,-street, il=idl. rigItn Open to ro.side]ntsi iiti the:;:Stat; lectoratr"tof 15riglitoln - := SACK IACE : 1t," 10I/6 t id ',; 1OB3.:A ILE: - l k . .i nd :;:2l`,2/6.-? : L?IUS'CI.E acI t::. t £2 2id1 3rd, ;18/- 'Sa ucoinditins i'a M " lidein Iae ." 'Llll -ADI rS:'+ IIAC:''l st 10/0"' BANI)SMIE S ' RAC, 50 yards :t1 10/-; 2jd, .-._ Coi cti play their ii;str nietidit iidring yho racr? riii entries-'or no rare !rJNULE TAI)f 3 RtACE: 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Educationla ROSBEIRCON, GlRLS' C?tA31ILUL SCIHOOL nand KINI)ERIGARItTEN. NORTI. ROAD; ,NORTIL BRIGHTON 5 minutes froml Gardenaule Station. 10 minutes from- ElectricTram. Large gr:nidls ; excellent 'accoumnoda tion for Boarders. : Pupils l'repared for University, Primary, Junior, and Sentor Examinations; Also for UniverSityl 'LocAl Examina tions in.Music.. Principal I MISS TSIDAIL AND MISS CONSTANCk U ISDALL, M.A.: Class " Singing: and Phlysical Culture have always formed part of the cur riculun. Dancing and Speccial Physical Cul ture Lessons are open :to Non'l-Pulils. Three Terms for 1914 Begi.un . February 10th. June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be enrolled `any; time pro rats. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH.: SECONDARY. PRIMARY, SUB-PRI{IA IY. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. - The school is beautifully situatekd, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SENIOR PUBLIC. Examinations ; also for University and...

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The Carnival. BRIGHTON HOLIDAY FETE IN EMBRYO. A "MYSTERIOUS MR. LIBERTY" TO TAKE PART. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

The Carnival.. BRIGHTON HOLIDAY FETE IN EMBRYO. A ':MX?STERIOUS MR. IABERTY" TO TAKE PART. So far as organisation is concerned the Brisgton Charity Carnival will have all the elements leading to suc cess. 'I'he measure of that success will depend upon. the interest of the local public. The general comuniltee met on Mon day, Mr. W. Broadley presiding. The town clerk (Mr. J. II. Taglor) notified that the council's patronage would be granted, and the town hall, drill room and irrounds placed at the committee's disposal, whilst arrangements would be made to have Carnival Day declar ed a public holiday. 'The recommendations of the various sub-committees were adopted, and a class added to the procession for best decorated private vehicle, open to all comers, for a pair ifT bumgy lamps do nated by Messrs. l'engellv and Booker "Among minor matters arranged were drags for procession, police protection and sports ground fixtures. The coin tion, sports ground fixtures. The com mittee undertook...

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Brighton's Band. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

A record ettendanco at the Drill Room last Saturday night was th result of the first-class prosgam provided by the coumnittee. oulJ the ventriloquist, was in excesle form, and the-Two Spilckear, in the? multsical act, provokel-l rrt ari'ilaut . To-night's programme includes tI stirring drama,aCaptai 'Junior, afa nobllltary piclture ;, alp,' tlh. ]hlh l Match, an uproarious condvly; ae many other special pictures. 'the art. ists rilled for to-night include ??' \era Duncan, who will make her fir public appearince on the cunceetplkt. form : also a favour te in .Will lIorsi a refined anti humourous comedian. w record house is expected, and thecon. inittee request patrons to hb early to avuil tisappoiutluit in sTurin, ad-, mission. . lesber's tickets expire on the lad Sltuiidlav of this month, when new tickets will be n.- sale at 2/6 forlt11 and 19115. These tickets are not trans ferablo and admit to the Saturday concerts at half rates, viz., Froe Chairs, 6d.; Back Seats, 3d. "Next Satur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

AceK YOUR STOREKBEPER FOR Tom Sm ith'sFrom absolutely Pure SUPERIOR Locally Grown Tomato Tomatoes, om atP? up in our own Bottles. Sauce A High-grade Article. 7Su SMITH & AI?NUFACTURED AT ; LAMBERT, ! Manufacturers. i llightt IRil ay Statitihone, Chel u f0 Phones-823 Windsor; 2243 City. Established 1867. JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL BADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, f 3Q84 High Street, 8t. Kilda, and .4S Flinders Street, Melbourne,.opp. Market Gardeners Assoolation Stoe snufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars lMade and Fitted under Speoal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Royal Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Prize for Collars, 1912. A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. A Red Hot Proposition. lHave a S Modern Gias 'ir::e : Installed =- -== " No more chilly Half-Hours at Beeakfast. One Penny gives you One:Hour's radiarnt itt. " It is Really Hot.-You can toast at it. Light it-wiien you want it Turn itoff when you don t NO LABOUR...

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PROCESSION PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

1lOU1ESSliO I ROGIL1tUtE: ChIairnn.i. Mi. W idtroiley. M3arý,linaM'--1r.c TN3IcKerral Assisthit-,Malrshals-M31e.f s ·;M ?cKeih "ina and C. 'Ikmac .?ina.n Jucdges :? H[orse ehiele -and' l)ecora tive-Cr. "G. ?.?I Alford, ;rr "J. G(rant and 'r.t It. Chlceircmnn. Original aind 'uvnile.: Turnouts .Hon: V. A '?lniison, and Messrs. 'IW. G. ilur-,ss aii 'II. l?imp. Group . -BEIST' ;'I-D)ECORATEI) TRAI)E?SJI\E'S lTUII1NOUT, 2 or "1.l a,' n-, "ny trade: I1stL, £i; Lnd, 3 ;: lrd, 'i. . "" Group 2--13EST lOUNT.E ('COMPET T-O, IN COSTI7IEF. Ac? no ob jet : hIt, J£3l. 2nd .1 3: rd, 10/-. Group- :1--3-tIST ORIGINAL T'A. LI':a. IAU )AIKTO 01o OTIIER 'ISE : 1st, £2 2/-: 2nd, LI 1/? . 3rdf. vlIe 10/6. .l'Friosdly. So;ce ties excelpted). Group 4--BEST SITS'TA1NI:D O FUNNIEST (I.IARACI'TEIR, PRO CESSIO N ANd) uII OUN1)S: 1st, Group 5-Il-ESTI PLAIN TRA IS 31E' ` TWO-l'tHEI,L CA1T, IIISE AND) IIAilNESS. All nmllat lie the piroperty of the exhi bitor. Open to all persons in 'busiess in Statie Ile(EItrate ...

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HINTS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

IINTS FORl THE 1lOUSEWIFE. If thefat in the frying kettle is hot before you are ready for it, put in a dry crust of oread.- It willt not burn as tong as it has eomething to do, only when it is left idle. It is cunvefietitto have an iiron holdei :lanched by a long string to the band of the apron whenY cooking; it saves burned .igers and scorched aprons, and is -!nways ot hand. A spatula or palette knife is the best thing for scraping batter, porridge, etc., frrm the sides of bowls or pots; it is not er?ensive, and soon saves its cost by preventing waste. Xeep a clasp knife or ia mito with a uandle different from those in crmmon use for the sole'purpose of peeling onions, and so avoid tile llavour and odour of them awbere it is neither expected nor desired. To mend a very largo hicu in socuks s woven underwear, tack a piece of stron, net over tile aperture and darn- over it. l'hus mended the garment will be stronger than shen new, and look far ueater than i. darned in the ordinary war...

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IN THE SOCIALISTIC STATE [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

i[H TULE SOCIALISTIC SIATh Time-Seven a.m. Scene - Breakfas..room of Citizen 0 l57a. Citizen: " Ann, is the cflfed'ready t" Citizeness 0, .57b: "No. I have nt beans loft. I was too weak yesterday to cal for our ounce of beans at the public office Then we have no wood or coal. They give us only half a pail per day, and that is not half'enough." Citizen 0, 357n: " Mother, don't grumble.' Wife: I wanted to warm for you yes. terdnay' state. dinner." Citizen: "But you know, Ann, I cannot enatpeas and pork. What will they give us to-day 2" Wife: "Beans and corn beef." Ieo : " Always pens or beans." Sihe: " Be patient, old man. You'll hare your favourite dish, sour eel soup, on th, second Sunday of next month." ie: " ias the Socialist arrived !" She: " Here it is." Heo (reads): 'All children about to reach the age of five years during this cirrenn year must be delivered to the public aca demy on the 10th inst.' ' All girls about to reach the age of fifteen years must has, their names enter...

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Federal Football [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Federal Football l'he situntion of the Carritkm uground har 1,.il ri?se .to much comphliii?t amongst the other cIlbs;. as. the art-. ter players have' to allk a consider-. able ;distance -thiro< h deep' siand front the railiiayv sttion,7; and it is" main taiined tbhatt conseiietllt Iplayer, a:-i?i unable to plna uip' to the usuahl forin., looiabbliuii 'Parkl visited; the seaside cllub-? otii Saii;nrdaySla . in the'h iol? of wiii luiig -the liameI bt were/dedfe ited c ;3 11 points. The 'gaine was fairly even for thregiiuarters In the final -Moorabbiil l'ark?i?inde a hioll effort, but?aicre inhahle to;r' ipe off thlide licit of i l oue iti 'aiid: just before the b.ell ransg Lariimn snalpped a sixer. The final .. scories' Were-Cairri Tii 5.12 (J42 jliir.ts, :Moldriibhui?: Park %4.7 (31 points) Plents- of spirit sas -iminifested in the -gan* hIt-eei? Cauiilfield aiid. Cliel tenhau;' plai?ed on the: foriier's groutiid, ind as ? rsult.lthree dulvers hsve' . beei reported i for ...

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