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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

SPORTING NOTES. [Br IRis] ,The V.A.T.C. hold their Grand. National Meeting, at Caulfield to-day. The first race on the prograinme is :the. Siapling Stakes. -Mr. Mille. has no less. than six-(6) youngsters engaged in this::' 'race, and. as this stable Started well this:I season by winning the first Foal Stakesal, it: Geelong, last Saturday; imth` Meg,: I shall. expect them to agaiin supply the: winner to-day. .So.Iw: I hall vote for-:: "'Miller's best." For the Grand National Hurdle, }i,:2 miles, -I like. Redleap if ,started 'In his absence JI place them-thus:-- Mikado II or Buttons 1 Tim Swi?eller 2 Donald 3 Nooroo if started-"dangerous.u. Yarmon 1 I Bothwell Hogmanav 3 The next race is the most important of the day, viz., the Grand National Steeple, 4 miles. Redleap has 13st.1 Oi s. to carry in this race, but this will not anchor him should Mr Miller elect to start him. So I will place them as follows: Redleap 1 Freeman 2 Cohuna or Schoolboy 3 Should Mr Miller electto start Nooroo'...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

M I L I T A It Y. The Victorian Horse Artillery, at Rupert.swood, were inspected by Colonel Dean-Pitt, accompanied by the head Quarter Staff. on Monday evening last, the Commandant being away in Sydney. The half battery presented a very smarta appearance indeed when formed up to receive the inspecting officer, the gold laced uniforms of the officers and.ser geants, and the braided jackets of the men, showing up splendidly in the wcll lighted drill-room. After a very minute inspection, sword, marching. and other' exercises were gone through, the harness and saddlery having.,; meanwhile been thoroughly overhauled. At the con clusion of the paradie the inspecting officer addressed the men and gave them great credit foi their. very clean, smart, and soldierly appearance, also for: the state of their equipment. .It. seems . quite evident- that the members of thin corps have taken to heart the remarks pf General Tulloch "at:the previous in spection, "at -which they. also gained credit," w...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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GORDON'S FAREWELL TO HIS SISTER [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

GORtI O''S FAlREWEIJ, TO HIS SLSTE'lIt lly D.R..I.] In this, my attempt at review, of one of the choicest pieces of Lindsay Gordon's poems, I trust, deanr reader, you will pardon its frailties and its shortcomings, written by one. who, though yet young, has ever lbeen an ardent admirer of the w~orks of that noble soul that sleeps 'neath. the wattle in the Brighton Cemetery, and while I submit for viur kind consideration the following clippings, I hope you will not deem "my offering though'imperfect - premature." :Who is it that has not read with delight the poems' of Adam Lindsay Gordon ?--the immortal bard whose ashes now lie; n muldeiir?g not - far away from where he .ended his young life on the beach neiar Bright n.",;Well do I rme mbienher how my youthful soul was stiri'id wlieii first I perused those lovely lines, written thre.w days before. he sailed for Australii; and- hrl ' he tolls his sister in those sorrowful words "Across the trackless seas I gop, No matter when or' wher...

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LIGHTS ALONG THE LINE. CHAPTER IV. THE RED LIGHT "DANGER!" [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

blJf-ITS PjlOJlG THE blJf\E. CIDA ITER IV. riTa .1n r,,nevT 'r aRtn!". All tlh? exc'itirllvt ,and aiten?tiitn as , L.e sto >~pig ha .h6e:L ceatered. n theU ppo'sit sil,'. 1 )irctly the train stolpp tl t..e dtuuer ight hintad dis:ppare d. Th guanl and stoker wv:ilked ahtia .s!tnlt hundr:ds of yards.1 Thebu ewas no:i oh s . uc:.o , aid nothing to explain the my -ery of the warning signal. The muard wgrambl.,l out his opinion that it i as ',otie. fool havinn. Chri astas.iark,' udt the train once inmore tihtning up its coupliigs, gatheled speed and rolled on its West'rhn w y. THE WITir LIGHO-- 'AFETY :. A great dfalof su'prise was manifested a :ti e AMount .Victoria station when the overdue mail-train drew: up at the plat, form; and th(t mystery of the detentioun became kuo.vu. i There !was nothin rin .the part of the Mounit Vicforia oflicials, that could. tend to e.plaini the imatter. To add:to its ·i?rcsteriots-import, wrhean Ithe ticketl pbiotei nl0okedl "one of the compittnients ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

IVoticet THE Sunbury News PUBLISHED EVEvYSATURDAY CONO1TAIN All. the News. of the .Week, .3d PRIE d; ·1--0---- Posted to' all parts of the AUSTRALIAN.. COLONIES FOR 3/8 :OR DELIVERED FOR ::PER QUARTER PRICES OFL CASH ADVERTISEMENTS:-. W-anf-d4 Servarnts 16 words ?1 0 Sani.d lSituation 1 0 , ated toiSe , 1 0 For Sale ,, 1 0 Notices . .eet.2 0 Lost & Fund .,. , 0 Other advertisei :'n ts .p r inch ..- ... , ,,, i Standing A et 9jtismnxta Rt.Iiesonable Itatra at pe :Agremiiiet oE --·· '.s k rinfing 1)ffirr. =:e y remdescnription ofa_°` AND •PRINTING E;eeut'd with neatness and despatch - AT LOWurT - -'?i'RUMUNERATIVE PRICES PRI NTING IN ALL COLORS -- OF :PA? & IEK SHOW BILLS xpeditiously Prinrsd Circulars ', rpe ? tu1"s N' otices. jIAECJ-ANICS' INSTITUTE i FREE LIBRARFY. SUNBURY. THE Library consists oL. 1,000 .olumes, together with Periodicals. and Mail Papers, The rate ofrsubscrip tion for members is as follows:-10--.per annum, 6/- per half year, 8/- per quarter. Applic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

'Busincss. W. CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanger INB^^^ b" AND . : 3 chujr.AlZIER. ,· .ll'traile4niliteria l- : kpt 'on hand at ' .,,,MELBQUR?E : PRICE,".;-:, : L . E ' ~. i?.g G? vE :o-,: 'O'Sa0hnassay itree S UNBURY. 8. E WARBD, BAKER :·,si B :: OR NE. 1 : :i'- D DRI.nIVEn ED IN i. i f3 Or-dsv .T ' -,;.''9,'! t :t WEDN9A^l) s 7 , .i4u-TCay & ; ke.. 1"" WILSN,".. -- '* " GROCER N ERAS?.ORRE EP R SAll; 6ds *ofthi3*b best "ualitl i ft W.O0 , :M ERC H ANT, a opiDER-POU CTUAD L i 'liaxic wiED Ofrl o 6 "eCl^- ,kw ? !H A'- K E R TO. . SUNBURY.. ";bvm. W. . mounseyr iBLAKMITH'WE1aWRIG . - E . CAR RE ^^: C~QSJi NEiW,7iOSTORE IC E^ : 'I- : :;.. ;--.F milies waited on.i. . or . d er" slit :-WA : r:b;' E if ? t i. u d is torsf R pha AQR -?.?IUerC l : SUNBURI. 3 er ".1e B v J. F. oufse;yu ^l^^^fMACEDON- *STREET,---· BLACKSMITHA,-WHFELWRIGiT Put onr cs G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, JYARRAVILLE , B uildcr and Contractor Estimatcs 'given for every description WORK. PLANS, and SPECIFICATIONS' ...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

FOOTBALL NOTES. The .foll wing are the premiership n?itches to be played in Melbourne to d ,t Esseudon v. Geelong, at E.M. C. ground. Carlton v. Footscray, at V:Warehousemeu's grounl. Fitzroy T. .North Melbourne, at Fit'rbov. -South MIelbourne v. Port Melbourne, at S. 1 I.C. gronnd. Mclbourne v. Williams town, at M.C.C. ground. 'St. Kilda Cnlliugwood. at Victoria Park. Rictilond (vacant). SuIbury v. Riddell's Creek at Sunbury. The local team will be chosen on the ground from the under mentioned :*Anderson. Bates. Barton. Bireen. Brown, Campbell(v. c.), Close, C'ahill(2). 1,odtlds, Eadie(c), Farellev, Griffith, Mounsev(2), Owen. Roddick. Rigg, Walsh, Whelan (2), and Winters. The, following local junior team visited Riddell's Creek on Saturday last to play a nmatch against a team of that place: Baines(e), Anderson(2), Board Tant 2), Clavton(3), Hayes, Endie, McCuiloch. Hotfernau, Foster, Gugger. Bent. Murdoch. Norton, Meyers, and Asker. The weather was fine and the ground all that cou...

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THE WEST RIDING ELECTION MR. GELLIE'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

THE WEST RIDING ELECTION. The following is an address to the ratepayers of the West Riding of the Shire of Bulla, forwarded to us for pub lication by Mr Gellie, who retires by effluxion of time, but is seeking muni cipial honors once more. To the ratepayers of the West Riding of the Shire of Bulla.--Ladies and gentle men.-As I am offering myself as a candidate for re-election at the forth coming municipal election for the West Riding of the Shire of Bulla, I consider it my duty to contradict a report that has gained currency to the effect that the Bulla Shire Council intends at its next ordinary meeting to support a reso lution guaranteeing £1,000 towards the construction of a direct line of railway from Essendon to Bulla. The report is false, utterly unfounded, and without official authority. The Bulla Council will not support any such resolution.   Ladies and gentlemen -- With regard to that portion of Sunbury township in the Bulla Shire, the most important works that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

Notices. JvECH-ANICS' INSTITUTE & FREE LIBRARY. SUNBURY. TRE Library consists of 1,000 Volumes, together with Periodicals andll Mail Papers. The rate of subscrip tion for members is as follows: 10,- per annum, 6- per half year, S/- per quarter. Application for Membership, and Letting . Hall, to be made to the Secretary, or Caretaker. Open Daily, Sundays and Holidays exceptcd, from 9.30 a.m. till 9.30 p.m. --H. . Jitst. hlon. sec. NOTICES. Miss M1cDonald, '(runIL OF MR. PARKINSON) TEAOCIIER1 OF MUSIC AND SINGING Visits Sunbury every THURSDaY ; and may be visited at the . MECHANICS U1STITUTr between the hours of 4 & 10 p m SiNGINo CLAsS in the evening at8 p.n Terms for class-;-10/- per quarter. SISS. 1)WYE1I will be.. pleased to receive pupils for PIlANOFORTE For particulars,-Alpply St Marys School, .SUNBURY. s r . PIANO AND SINGING. MISS CAR SE, who hoildsa certificate of merit, front H. Edeson, Esq.; Pro lessor of-Music, Melbourne, and who has had some years.' profes...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

"Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. AvUGusr 20, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. A magic lantern entertainmcnt was given at the Sunbury Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday evening, by Mr V. Elridge. The attendance was small, the weather being rather unfavourable. : A number of pictures, tracing Stanley through "darkest Africa" on his way to the Albert Nyanza in search of Emin Pasha and the startling adventures and terrible privations that he and his fol lowers were subject to, were produced in a life-like character, ar.d those who had read Stanley's travels w re greatly interested. One very good and well depicted picture was that of Dr Parke sucking the poisonous wound of Lieu tenant. Stairs, which he received from .. one of .the dangerous "Forest Dwarfs" while on the journey. This 'was bnlylone' of the many occasions that Dr ._Parke performed asuch noble self sacrificing acts during the expedition. ,Tippoo Tib. was also shown to.advantage. in his native costume. An inteiestirng featuire .was th...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes -may be obtained, and will be payable at any."Money Office inti the Colony between the hours of 9 a.mi. and 8 p.m. on week days. Saturdayex cepted. On Saturday, between 10 aini and noon.. The following are the dermoiniiitieos of the Notes that will be issued, and the price charged for thL m For a .Postal Note ofils or i s 6d. the poundage is For a Postal Note of 2s, 2s. 6d. 3s., 3s. Gd., 4s or 4s G the pound age is 1 ... For Postal Note of s got s Gd hlie poundage is 2. For a Postal NoTe of lOs, lOs Gd. 15s. or 20s. the poundage i Sdt The value of the Notes has been so arranged that any sum of shillings and . sixpences up to one polund nuwy be re witted by ino more tlhan two of thesea Notes. Should it be desired to transnmit broken sunms ofpence unobliter ated staumps not exceeding in value od., may be af fixed to the back of a Note. aid the amount of the Note and stamps will be paid. Should the spaces in a Postal Note for name of payee and paying office, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

BEAD t t t - A r ITI, I s UNBUEX NE <St lledical TEE WORLTY FRIEND, MR 2 ,t ,9 aa A Cure for Piles andl Fistulas. Diseases of sensitive parts may be relieved and cured by the proper and diligent use of this cooling and healing Ointment, whose action should invariably be assisted by judi cious doses of the Pills-the anxious patient will soon experience wonderful case from this treatment. COUGHS, COLDS AND ASTHMA. The Ointment should assiduously be rubbed at least twice a day on the chest and between the shoulders, when the symptoms will 9uickiy abate. No medicines are more efficient in chest complaints, none can be used with equal safety and certainty. GOUT AND RHEUMATISM, These are undoubtedly BLOOD DISEASES, and the poison manifests its presence in the. well known symnptoims. The only certain means of cure consists in. overcoming this depravity in the blood which is rapidly puri. fled by the use of the Puss. The Ointment, when rubbed upon the skin, penetrates through the...

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COUNCIL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

t: tie "Council in eting on Thiirda Cr Starkik ws in {fi or of the tenders lb ~in aop i dtl it 'n a motion wis carried to th e oppiisite: lie eiven went so far 'as to s abte th itif the gravelling on foot aths istSuabiiiry wdis proceeded with he would give £2 Sa out .'of the Sunbury Division for the: overdraft for three weeks. In fact he said that there was no need for that as the £735 sub sidy was due on Septemier 1, at the trgasury, to ,eunc'l's credlit. The con tracts iwould be finished in fromn 5 to 7 wn&k4 kanid thr mnny would be in the biak to pny all demands. This objec tion was raisel ns regaruds want of fands by other counciilors- sit ly for an ',elec tioneering dodge," and to deprive San bury people of. improvements. If the gravel was put down now' it would be set by next. wiriter but if delayed it waould take 2 years to have it in proper oriler as it giould niot Jset.-iz uunnmer timio~ -OPOsED .RATE. Cr LoemAn uinved eand the president seci :led that a rat of"91 b...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.—Ed.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

CORRESPONDENCE. [We' do not identify ourselvoe with the opinions expressed by our corres-> pondents.-Ed.] (TO TILE EDITOR OF TIEr SUXNBURYNrWS.) Sir,-Will you please insert the following criticism on Mr Gillie's address, which appeared in your issue of Saturday last: First. It is almost made to appear that the supporters of Mr Evans were circu aInting the report that the Shire Council intended to guarantee £1,000 towards the construction of a railway to Balla. The fact is, the following -question wav asked and nuswered in the negative by Mr Evans :-" Are vou in favor of the Bulla Shire Council guaranteeing £1000 on the working expenses of a line to Bulla ? Second. Mr Gellic has blos somred out as a full-blown supporter o the interests of our township, for he says, "I would be in favor of haviing lamps placed at the intersection: of, streets for the public, and gravelling of footpaths where not completed." Now, Sir, I ask where is the consistcncy ? for in April last a petition was...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

MACE1DON . [FROM OUR OWN coaRRi[s'ONDENr] Friday. Mr.Thos. i' Donnell, our local station master, received notice that he&irvs to proceed to Nhill to take charge of that statior. Great sorrow was felt at this announcement, Mr Me l)Donnell aving made a great number of friends dluring his residence here. Notification has, however, been received that this order has been countermand(ed, Mr McDonnell remaining here for the present. On Friday night last about fifteefr young couples met and journeyed to thei residence of Mr I)unuin M( Doug all, iitlh the objrct of giving that ghretlemekinr, a surpiise, an anim whichl they su1ciess fully accomplished, retaining poesesiboin of the house, till early dani vi, anid a-fief pIrofusely thankinig their lost atiii lioste s for their hlospitaity departed on th(ir; diltreut "wa v1s The pirincipal quest ion nlert dzer miscl stor at pr esent is the mlwiclp.d bele:etonti which areteiding to t IIAea ur linit l caoI quite lively.

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

Av&WN TENNIS. A meenicting, for the. purpose of con sidering the expedieicy of forming a Lawr; Tennis Club at Sunbury was held at: the Mechanics' Hall on Monday even ing at 7.30. o'clock, when there were present:-Misses Carse, Martens, Ste phenson(2), and Messrs Just, Powell, E. Kurrh, and J. T. Johnston. Apologies were read froim Mr H. Dee gan and the Rev. Ford for non-atten dance. Mr Powell wias voted to the chair and .ir Johnston requested to take the min iutes of the plroceedinlgs. Mr Just said that Lawn Teninis -ias a very ldesirable game and a nice exercise. Ie did not see why the local inhabitants hiluld not have a club here at Sunbuiry. iHe for one was very much in favor of itililnd would support the movement. Ho would move "''that it was ldesirable that aliawn Tenniss Club be formued at Sun Mr Johnston seconded the motion, wbi ih as unanimously carried. il Iwas proposed by Mr Just and seconded h by Mr Johnston that the nriiies, as "submitted by Miss Carse, be earoll...

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THE WEST RIDING ELECTION. AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS. REFLECTING UTTERANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

THE WEST RIDING ELECTION; I': coAT THE COU{O Ca Bg DI5ns. t: L C?1NGU. aTsiEaNCcES. Two ini$ tns. af ertlier.tcouncil1ors.~ of. the" Iiulla Shire. took their seataswithiiit tihe piecincts of the hall o:T inThrislE last, Cr Loeman was on his feet aid r'e miained on them for an houir nd a quarter. Aftera preliminaryspar Le r -ferrcd to the coniin Treo-u for the \Vest Riding of the Shire whichlt ukike place on Thursday next.. In: fact l, gradually got personal and tiiadle referone to the mneeting held ou the evening of the 25th ult. at the Silbuyeaii es Haill of gentlenen fayapbileb t th candlidaiture of tr Lvans :for the riding ,in question Hawoi4io llike the iopouitof tlieimnetin. to be icad l by" thei secretary fomth~i e n1iespaprr3. He was uinideilie impruession :that it: put the com u ii t ridicule: (The report ofthe po chtliifrs was here icad thdicirtinstances of which our rebds'rs are cq'yiveiiutel . with). SOr:.Lerman theuv w nted to know who was the person wiho infierred tlihi...

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LIGHTS ALONG THE LINE. CHAPTER V. THE RED LIGHT "DANGER!" [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

6lJ-iJiTS $i6OJiG THE IolJVE. CHAPTER V. TEE RED LIGHT "DANGER !" 'What, for his money? No, leave that for hiin to buy his Christmas dinner with,' answered Melrick. 'He'll be hungry enough by ,.night-fall, I'll warrant! 'Anid leave him his matches and pipe,' chimed in Jake. 'He'll enjoy a smoke, I know, if anybody passes by to cut up his 'bacca for him. And now, boys, w,e'll have 'a parting sdnck before: we scatter.' Jake rummaged in a hole among the rccks and produced his ration baSg from which he laid out some eatables and .a a bottle half `full of lbrandy. The pro visions wrie not much attended to, but as Jake flashed tlie lonig' riuis6n rays of his lamp- upwards to the face of the suspended man, each of the three villians in turin wavied the bottle towaids himn, Nand wishing him; a, 'jolly good Chiistmas;' reduced. its contents, the last drinker flinging the empty vessel iut into the ,night air, where its frag merits jiniglded and tinkled among the roeks: lTurning the light of h...

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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. (THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 92.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

: ULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. (TrIIRsnDA, .AvouST 18, 92-.) Trhe ordinary monthly meeting of the 1ulla Shir Cou1ncil w as helld it the Eliire H-al on Thursday, There were 'present:-Crs M'Auliffe (president in tho chair), Gellie, Starkie, Loeman, ?MIalon. anld seeretary. 'The minutes of the previous i?eeting cr 'e read and confirmed. ,, . ' CO mSI.i'ONDESNCE. . From J. N. I-lorwood, Castlemaine, Solicitiig an order from council for a road roller-The engineer to report if one-is required for next meeting.. T4romn Mattra Shire Coutndil,, asking Aouncil to s;anad delegate to conference to be held in the Town TIall Mellbotrne dn 23rd, August for tlhe purpose of telliig' Parlinamentary , representativ-es; andd impressing on -them the fact that. i6rtor extensive production is : m:e.eded int tli cause of labor, also tosue Spor'-th e action takeni ii -tlie imatter by'a 'conference of Farmers which was heldin July'lasit-Received. Fromi Tiow Clerk, lMa'rboronugh, in forming council tth-at their colili...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. RIDDELLS' CREEK V. SUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 20 August 1892

l'FOOTB JTLj NO1TES ERiDDELLS't CR1RIKý 'bU\8:JRt1 Thiereiyas a' .faur. ni+teudaut~i. at: tle. Saiubury Football` Giiui: 3Ic lst ; t iittay. afteriiwomi ta::· tstncs 'tuh eoiitct.- Lo tJ `sidc~ijwe.ro well_ ii.rewuŽd~ ,.1T. Eadie heiairag the hometeam, while T. Whelan ncaptained the visitors. The following an! the teamns, and the positions in which they played: SUNUUR\ 1 RIDDELLS' CREEK% Campbell back T. Killmartin Huggins T.. Dwyer Brown 'Livingstone Bates ialf Back Rynicke Oweln I M'Craith Dodds Sommerville Roddick Centre Campbell J. Rigg ,, Shore Barton , S. Killuartin Cahill 1. Fohrard Campbell J. Mlouniey Hutton Hammerley T ~ Wierner Grifith F orward \V. Dwyer Walsh ,, J. Markham Breend ,, J Dunston Whelan Followers ,T. Werner J. Dodds :,, M. Markhamr. D. foun sey ,; Murphy Andeison ,, i. Walsh W. Eadie (c) R ver Whelan (c). Theli locals wavoi the toss, and elected to, kick towards the .-township end; Iuiiediately after the start the- home team' ru'shed away into their opponent...

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