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INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

, INTERNATIONALFOOTBALL.' [Rci/lur's Service.]^' -' ' * ' LONDON, Thursday. , ^'Tho.Wallabius' (Nc\y South ?Wales Rugby Eootball team) inflicted a dc cisivo defeat upon Oxford \to-day; by scoring 2 gonls, 1 penalty.- goal,' and- ^ triesHo 1 tryl i - ' ',.''., Tho conditions for piny were excel lent, and after 23 minutes' play Hiclcoy scored a try, which, Carmichael tried to convert, but failed.' Carmichaol kicked the penalty goal. Upon 'resuming play after half-tinio the visitors .simply play ed nil over their opponents,' tho out side, players boing particularly keen — notably Prentice, McKivatt, 'and Rus sell.' r . , -;- .'',-., 1 Vnssall scored tho itry for tho Uni versity. , ' . . N - - v '' Tho Ne\r South Wales 'League team ('/J'ho Kangaroos','),1 met-aii'd defeated tho ^Northern Union-- Club 'to-day -by 2 goals, 2 tries to 3 tries.'' .' .. '? . .' Messenger was tho 'most , prominent player for tho visitors, kicking . both goals — tho la&t just as' timo was' called. Holl...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURKE WARD P. L. L. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

BURKE WARD P. L. L v ? - ? A meeting of the Burke AVard Political Labor League was- held in the Burke iVard ' institute last night, Mr. J. W. O'Brien occupying the chair. Mr. -A. F. lioytc was accepted as n now member. Mr. A.,Cattersou ?reported having at tended the City Council meeting on Tucsclay night 10 the AVcstern extunbioii ;-f the tramway. Aiiiermun Jjoe, who vvas present, ex plained that I lie Mayor hud received an assurance that the wbrk of extending the -ino would be. gone on with as soon as possible. Tho lpport wns adopted. All. J. AV. Bryan icported that he hnd attended the l'.Jj.L. Assembly at tlio Trades Hall, and .he gave an able nnd eiigthy .resume of tho business trans icted. Tho leport was adojitcd. A motion that- a deputation from the Buike Wind IMj.I.;. and citizens he ap pointed to wait' on the. City Council and luvvv their attention to tho ciossing o\er Slag Slieet, and ask them to place a light Iheio on account of the dangerous nature of the place, was carrie...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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MR. TAFT'S OTHER SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

MR. TAFT'S OTHER SIDE. A severe 'mountain of a man, with heavy jaws, ponderous 'peiton,' thoie is a* lighter bido to tho new Amei ican L'rcsidenVs temiJeiamcnt. This 20st. .Height giant actually learned tho Span ish 'qundiillc (during his Governorship of tlie Philippines), with tho icsult that vvlien the dance started ho was able to join in, and to -whirl around the loom. with tho best of tho Spanish boys nnd tho prettiest of tho Spanish giifs. ?^?'.Sydney Mail.'

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WHAT THE MAYOR SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

WHAT. THE MAYOR SAYS. ThcMnyov (Aid. -T. II. Ivcy) wns ap proached Inter in the dny, and the tenoi of Mr. Swinburne's icmarks indicated to him. ' When asked a question with regard to_ the correctness of die statement that the Council had been slow in icmoving.\the piggeries from tho Stephens Creek catch ment nien, the Mayor remarked : — ' The frt',,f ViT f lui :nifrerm'ipK lwimr' mi i. ho \vnt'e.v Bhed is nothing {0 do with tho Council. AVe have no control over anything out side tho municipal boundary. It is tine that the piggeiios sue on the vvntersned, but»so is the city of Broken Hill. AVhat aie the piggeries as computed with Bioken llill itself J' 11 When asked whotlior the. Council' had not made it possible for the piggeries to be removed, by the provision of 'other sites fo'r theni,'the Mayor said : — , '? The lute engineer w us insti noted to select a new silo for the piggciicH/but he did not do so. Since 1 havo boon in olliee, however, a site has 'been selected by me, not fn...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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NEWS AND NOTES. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

NEWS' AND NOTES. The Weather. iesterdny was nnotlior dnll tiny, al though nt times thu iiii'iiospliisrj wuh muggy. A light, cool, north-easterly bree/e blew nil ,dny, nnd ul, .about 1 p.ni; 11 fow drops of ruin full. The high est shade temperature rend at i. p.,11. was 78 degrees, whilst the lowest on Wednesday night was .'il)^.. Tho 0lfiei.1l forecast over New .South Wales' for the ?H hours preceding noon yi-steidny reai as follows: — Kurlher I hunuVrblorms, with some rain between north, highlands nnd const. Otherwise (ino . throughout, with senttcred clouds. Koufh-wcsl to south-oust1 winds. , Ihree Feet of Repentance! » Is Mr. iSwinl)urne'ss vWt a sign of olevenlh-lioiii grace? - Thu amiable cliairniiin-of the Stephens Creek loser vnii'lius come to Bioken llill; has seen the reservoir,: it would be unkind to suggest that he has 'tasted the water lmfoiT filtration; and has declined that really and truly 'what ho promised last August shall begin — early ? ne.\t year. Mr. Swinburne, ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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RABBIT POISON RECIPES. WHAT STATION MANAGERS THINK OF THOSE ALREADY PUBLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

BABBIT POISON RECIPES, j ? -♦ ? WHAT STATION MANAGERS THINK OF THOSE ALREADY j PUBLISHED. ', A leprosontativo of tho 'Bainer Jjaily 'lruth' yesterday waited -upon several gentlemen with regaid to the icoipes tor iwisoning rabbits- publish ed m Thursday's issue. As a. result some- export 'opinions dealing vvitn the question of rabbit destruction were obtained, and may Jie .i)f great assist ance to ninny vvho-.e properties are jlllictcd with tho pioseiico of the 10 donts. ! Mr. AV. Dawes, ot Topur totauon, v.™ that the prescriptions as published vvoio very good ones. He, however, would hU.''c»L tliac at times ic would he an advantage to put a li»lo11oil1of,v?Z' seed in The phosphorised pollaul. AMien iTore Was plenty of green feed about and tho rabbits were not taking t Ik bait veil, tho smell of the aniseed a£ t. actwl them. He « as glad to notice that nothinfj had boon said by Mr. G iiddings about coveiing tho baas vviHi soil. In his opinion it was a m» tako fo cover tho bait, espec...

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THE UMBERUMBERKA TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

THE UMBERUMBERKA TRUST. The Citv Coureil has decided to 'go nap' on tho pi onuses 'if the Go\ern ment that it will, undoi coitain. condi tions, undertake (at long last) the uorks'noeessiiy to pio\ido Broken Hill with an efficient iiat-oi supply Tint promisn Ins been given by mi plicition on soieral occasions it u is gncn1 specifically by Mr. C. A Lee, the Minister foi AYoiks, on Septombei 15, in tho follow ing terms — 'L want to comoy ia tho House lint wo. lPcoguise tho necessity for obtiin mg loi Bioken Hill a. good wate1- supply Pcisonall), I wv it tan lie obtained , but bo 101 p the Government 'unclcitakp it an 'i business pioposition no should have — fiom the onl\ antho- lties m a po ltion to pi\P it to in— that is the IomI governing bodies — an assurance that they will lake this mattei into their eonsideii tion, that they w ill uoik it out from a business point ot view, and that thev will got agreements horn tho mine owneis, 10 that thev can (five us 1111 assurance If tiiev do ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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BARRIER WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Geo. Swinburne Visits Stephens Creek Reservoir. "WE ARE NOTHING DAUNTED BY UMBERUMBERKA." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

BARRIER WATER SUPPLY. ? -A ? Mr. Geo. Swinburne Visits Stephens Creek Reservoir. 11 WE ARE NOTHING DAUNTED BY UMBERUMBERKA.' A representative of the 'Barrier Daily Truth' saw Mr. G. Swinburne, M.L.A. (chniiinau ol diraotois of tho liroken llill AVator Supply Company) soon'after his arrival in 'Broken: Hill, and asked, him whether ho would give some details of his5 mission to the Barrier. ' Air. Swinburne replied that thoro wpio many 'matters to bu decided upon, and ho would prefer not to niako any statement until later. Ho agreed thai by 2 p.m. yostoiday (Thursday) he would havo some definito information tO'Cbmniunicatc. Jie was, accordingly wuited' upon ill tho appointed time. Mr. 'Swinburno stated that ho and Mr. Colin Templcton wore only paying their half-yenily visit, in order to see how things were going in connection with'., the'. Company. They had found everything going very 'well. '.AVo have, enough water,' ho said, 'to last till nost May.' There has been ' a ' settlement in...

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ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. A meeting of the above Court A'icloii.a A O F , wus held Inst night nt the Lodge-] ooui, Tinmwuv Hotel, the O.K., Bio Umliihi', presided ' A' largo' number' of membcis woio picient, including, a numbci of visilois from other Courts. Bios. Hobby and Faweott were, ex cused from attendance on account of ill - hcuith Aftci the, usual business was transacted the Couit closed in har mony. ^ D

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DRUIDISM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

DRUIDISM. Tho usual fortnightlv meeting, of tho U.A.O.D., Uailway liodge, No. 449, was held iu tho, todgc 100m on AYcdnesday evening, and thero was a recoid attend ance ol members, and visitors. The judges ot tho Koyal Arch Chapter wore piosent, to judgo the., workings ot tho lodgo and its pfficors. There were five new members initiated 'and 0110 pioposcd. Bio. A. H. Wyld was presented vvitli a handsome gold medal in recognition of his 'energies in introducing new mem bers to tho lodge. ., 1 After tho business concluded one of the most pleasant evenings was spent, in tho form of a pound social and har mony. Bio. Pluschkc acted as-pianist. Others that contributed ??? wero 'Bros. Muicott, McGiegor, Fellows, P. Boj'co, F. Boj'co, and Lawrence. P. A. Bio. AV. Buifoid btou,'ht tho house down with his two comic wings.

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PAPERS IN THE LIBRARY. THE LIBRARIAN DENIES THAT ANY JOURNAL IS SPECIALLY FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

PAPERS IN THE LIBRARY. THE LIBRARIAN DENIES THAT ANY JOURNAL IS SPECIALLY FAVORED. A repicsonlalivo of the ' Banicr Daily Truth ' yu.steiday inquiied of Mr. Gibson. Municipal Libi.ifiau, whether there was nny linth in the statement which has bei'ii made by sohieone thnt nnothei paper lud been removed fiom the library, and that tho ?'Banici Daily Truth' hud leccived special favor in the matter of nositiou onthe rendinc stands; .^ ' Xono whatver,' was the leply. 'Har- lier Ti nth ' week by week htia occupied n eeiluin stand iu the library for some months. AVhen it v\as succeeded by tne daily issue, of course, it wns simply placed on that stand. Any other paper which . hns J)oen absent ' for any time whatever from its stand, must have been removed by readeis, who find the light inadequate at certain times in 'tlic dny. 1 have not removed nny pnpei. As a matter of fact, 1 keep a file of each of the local dailies behind the counter in the libinry, in oidei that tho public may bi! able to...

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

—- ' SV/IMMjNC, One of. t!io' Australiiin swinimors hay ing done well in flioat Britain this year is Prank W.' Springfield, u 10-year-oUh Quconslandcr, .who c belongs to tjio V alloy Swimminp Club, Diisbaue. Spiingficld and Victorian 'Dcuurepairo have both 'done well,'1 but tlw Queev.s 'lauder ''won tho blue riband of the liingush twimms worici — tup 1'iyo i\iiie Long-distane.o Championship in tbo TJiamos. / Pioth aro on tlieir,,way home by uow with many well-earned laurels. Critics havo expressed - the ?opinion that Boauropairo and .Springfiold aio tho best mile swimmers 'outside of Barney Kieran, but I and many othois don't class tho two- present amateur cracks with fieorgo. IJcad and llinhard Cavill,1 tho former undoubtedly beiiig the finest performer over one mile, with tbo exception of Bainoy.'Kioran, -that the world has soon, 'and 1 reven sug ?est that had Read boon given moro favorable opportunities ho .may Vhavo ?'set up better figures..' ,' \-''' '„ .-'?tV-''

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"EARLY INFORMATION." Charges made in the Westralian Parliament. MR. GLOWERY CHALLENGES. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

' EARLY INfORMATION.' Charges made in the Weslrafian Parliament. MR. GLOW CHALLENGES.' L'- Truth'* ' Special Service.] v PERTH, Thursday ^i-rlit. In the course of the debate on IheAd dress-iii-l!ep]y, in tlio Legislative Assem bly to-day, au exchange of opinions occur- ? red in regard to the statement alleged to have been made that certain persons had received early information relating' to tho : construction of railways. As a result of this, it was alleged they. nail been able to take up a lot of land in the vicinity. ^ ,- During.' the debute, -the name, of J; T. l Glow cry, M^.Ij.O.. occurred pretty fre quently. The allegations of the Opposition mem bers was that Glowery had selected land on ' early information.' Mr. Glowery, in reply, said thai he had not received the slightest hint or sugges tion, or advice, from any Government olliciul, or .member or 'supporter of tli» Government to induce him to take up llio land referred to. lie had taken it up on the advice of Air. I!. J. Go...

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CRICKET. O'DEA'S v. MURRAY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

- CRICKET. '.- -. .,'?; '' 0'DEA'S y. JIURltAY'S. -'-?''- ' , O'Dwi's 'Fhift 'of 'the' llrokoti' JTill Pro piiotarv Company's- Kew ^Blill,' played Murray's' shift of lhe',01d-Mi)l.Mon:tho IIo«pital pitch on' Wednesday.^ Tlit) game rps ultcd in' a victor}; -^for lno,lattcr-,by 51 rims. ' : 't ,*?*_''? ' ' \ ' J Scores : — ?' '.„ '? '? . ' -T' / Murrav's.— 'Williams, -10 ; Ealph, 17 : T'oam. 13 j Odgcs, 2 ; ?Clifford' (rnpL.). 2S ; While. 19 ; -Johnson. 1 '; ifarris, 7 ; McKttan, 4 : Burrows. .S ;?' Wight (not mil). 0 ; sundries, 14 ; -Total, '131. O'Dfn'h.— llonN, 'II : (Jlnrk, 2 ; ,Uoaio. S. llulbcit (unit.), 12; Kcdshaw, 0; Morrison-. 1 ; lloilgets, a ; Knight, 0 ; Ravnor, 0 j Ellis (not out), 5 ; simdricH, 2 ; Total, 80. '

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. ADDRESS-IN-REPLY DEBATE PROCEEDING. BRISBANE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. ? v ? ADDRESS-IN-REPLY DEBATE PRO CEEDING. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] BRISBANE, Tliursday Xi»lit. The Premier (Mr. Kidston) to-day tabled copies of the correspondence be tween the Government and Colonel Ham maud, of the Salvation Army, relating to ' tlio ''introduction, of ccrtaiiLimuiigrants to Queensland. The Appropriation' Bill of £0111.000, being two months' supply, was. passed^ enrpugn an us siages. . The debate on the Address-in-'i'-ph was resumed by Mr. Dcnluim, who ,- ^,- tilled the coalition CiOvcmiiih'mi, and said that there was no liii'-iii.-' i,i the Labor Leaders want of co.i.'.Joncu motion. Mr. Ilnrdavrc spoke. rondemuiu; the Ministry. The debate is pioceeding.

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TO-MORROW'S GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

TO'-JIOUROW'S . GAMES. The Mica Stais will play the Young Federals, on the latter's giound to-day. Tho Mica Situs eleven will bo us follow ? C. Piyor (capt.), 11. Prior, A. Herman, '0. Thompson, T. Morgan, W. Dale, \V. \ v it ia it,. ±\. x'utnu.v, jj. x nil Jl.. Ji. J Jiu t/, ,iint 0. 'Dale. Emergency : O. M*itild.-' The Young Federals will be composed as under i— J. Sly (capt.), V. King,''J: -Homl, 1j. Sly, 11. Hcmpd, S. Owens, G Morrilt, A. AVillsden, C. Ifdpkins, 'W ITcnobory, and A. Fishburn. - EmergeB cics : J. Harvey and S. Meirilt.'. , Tho St.- Andrews will play the Kockies on the Hospital Ground. The reprcscu' tativos of tho former will bo as follow :— Barrett (capt.), Dennis, Lyell,^ Sloan, Wallace, Abbott, llccco, 'Hosier, .Camp .boll, Goldsworthy, ,nnil Archibald. 'Em orgoncies': 'AViiidcrbiink,' AVilliams, and Ilnrdingliam.'' - Tor ine ma toh tri bo played lo-moi'i-ow, between the Wests and Almas,, the l.nter wilK bo' chosen from : Dunne, Hand, Mayhc, Panicll, Sltickpool...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

~~ AMUSEMENTS. EMPIRE HALL. TO-NICHT. : THE ONLY SHOW IN TOWN AVhore the Now Pictures nnd Vaudeville Itoms, which wore voted the best ever seen in this hall will be repeated. PRICKS : 1/0, 1/, and Cd. NOTE.— On Saturday next the full Show will be V TRANSFERRED TO HARRIS'S THEATRE ROYAL, And Now Items Will lie Submitted. Also, in same Theatre u RATIONAL CONCENT of Specially Selected Items will be- given. ? ? 32o BOXING. UOX1XG. 'OOXING. BOXING. JI3 'tIIEATKE ROYAL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23. LYN TRUSCOTT V. HOCK KEYS, ' - THE BEST OV 20 HOUNDS. '.',.' - Preliminary, , SID BUFORT r. BILLY GRENVILLE, , , Tho Host of Four Rounds. , i .Mr. .Tack Harris Reforoo. No AVaitinj;. FIRST UOIJT COMMENCES S.l.j. ' ADMISSION: 5/, 3/, and 2/ ; Stan* Seals', 7/0. . ' . -„';.- WESTERN OVAL, NOVEMBER 21, 25. ~ \ VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL AND ,/'' BUY 'VICEROY TEA TO-DAY BUY VICEROY TEA TO-DAY ' ? -' ? BUY VICEROY TEA TO-DAY FROM A\,h GROCERS. A ONE POUND EMPTY VICEROY TEA PACKET ADMITS YOU FREE. HAXF-1'OUNJ) EMP...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. . TIMJIWAY K I'OLICK.-: [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

RIFLE SHOOTING. TRAMWAY EMPLOYEES v. POLICE. - ^ On Wednesday ' Icnni's chosen from the - Silrcrlon Tiamway EmpIoycL-3 and ' the Sydney Police, fiii'd a match at 000 ami GOO yards, with the following result :— SILVERTOX T1UMWAY. - , - S00. 0!)0. - Coo ? 2:t .. -.1(1 Moilon ..-...-... . 28 ^.I i.i liilsogooil . . . 2.1-'. . 13 , _Drew V ? 0 . . 23 1 A. E. Mefitt* .-..'21 .. 21 x'' 0. R. Megnw ..';... 33 ' .,? 2l' Menitt . . ./ .. ,-r.~ 10 . . . i7 Whittiiigton ',...- 10 . .- 10 Brady ? ' 1J, .. 10 Temby ? 8 . 4 *EIvi-ige'\ ? 4 .. -0 'Lambert ? I! '. . 0 ? Totals . . . 2.')(i .. 203 'Did not shoot at 000 yards. ' POLICE. ' - . . 300. 000. -' Asquilh ? '. . . 20 - . . 28 „ llinehey ? 27 A 12 Manning ? ]4 .. 23 Ilbndlcy - ? :. . 10 .. 13 McKelvey ,N ? 10 .-. 26 . King ....? ? JO- ... 20 - ' Xorton ..''.., ? I! . . 21 Brooks ....'... v 0 .' . ? S -* Galland -. ? -0 .. lr' White ? i'l .. 18 l'attei son «.-...' .-.',,28 ... S 'Brown ? r-. % . G . . 0 'llcrncnstcin .... (i . . 0 K l'eares ?...

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CONTINENTAL CONCERT. METHODIST CHURCHES PROVIDE AN ENJOYABLE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

CONTINENTAL CONCERT. METHODIST CHURCHES PROVIDE AN ENJOYABLE EVENINC. Tho Continental hist night at the. Alma, Oval was a happy combination of har mony and hearty intercourse. It was ar ranged by the Nicholls Street and Cen tral Street Methodist Churches.' These pleasant gatherings have been held on 'previous occasions, and with tlie advent of the. warmer weather, it is eic locled that they will take place- period- ically. The pleasure of listening to gooil muMu is greatly enhanced by reclining at' ca=e upon a comfortable grassy couch, such as the l.iwn affords, or by 'a stroll beneath the electric lights piovidedin 1 front of the grand stand. The cool evening und absence of dust greatly contributed to the enjoyment of the visilois. There was a large attend ance, most of those who were present ap parently having no difficulty iu discover ing plenty of acquaintances, and . by happy laughter signifying their pleasure at the meeting. A good programme had been provided. % The overture '...

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THE A.N.A. TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

THE A.JT.A. TROPHY, COMPETITIOX. Tho A.X.A. trophy competition was concluded „ oh Wednesday, J[r. E. II. Smith, of West Broken Hill, securing the honois, with a score of 37 oil' tho''rifle, which made! his', score 42 — handicap 0. Mr. A. 'M. Rcilly was second, with 41 (handicap 8).^ Following is the result of the shoot K'S ?— ' . ' ' 300.' 000. II'cap.T'I. H. M. Reilly ..;...' 17 10 - 8 41 II. Charles ...' 21 10 ' 8' . 30 E..Giinim ? 18 ? '13 -a' '36 W. J. Edwaids,..'-H --,'15 -8 34 (J. Eustis ...\. ».'..''22 *- 7 2 31 M. Getmucll ...... .- 2-1 — sc 2-1 ?J. W. Burrows . . . . 'v 20 /— *- su , 20 Burrows' and titmmell did not shoot at 000 jyirds, but shot in practice. ' f

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