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Hints to the Stout. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Bints to the Stout. I ? J Every ono knows that superfluous flesh is not dooirable in oummer, though oomo per oon3 do not mind having a fow more pounds avoirdupoio during tho cold season. All otout people, particularly women, strive to know everything that tends to reduce flesh. Nothing ia moro oonducivo to slender pro* portions than a atriot and temperate diet, consioting of food that does not contain ntaroh or sugar. The most refreshing sum mer beverages are sassafras tea, iced green tea, with or without lemon and sugar, mint I stout people havfl (be miotakon idea that ! drinking dopiouoly of vinegar will jrednco tho t flesh ; it dries tha blood, bnt generally aa tho f blood decrcasos tho fat inoreaoss, and when 6 j olendor porson drinko vinegar d shrunkon !' form is tho result. : Oaro ohould bo takon when bathing ; tepid j natey ia best, aftorward sponging with aool { water, but cold water is moro invigorating, { and if used sponge tho head and face first j with it. Drink a oup of...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LOVER'S COAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

THE LOVER'S COAT. A talo ot disaster to a young business man's pride, marital prospects, and spring overooat was told tho other night by a friend ot tho viatim. Tbia young man iB tho per sonification of modeaty, or baBhfulnece, but ho has by diligent and heroic efforts man aged to lead a young lady of Toorak to the understanding tnat Bno into bo his. Twice a weak or mora ho has gono to her home to impress upon her tho ex-istenao and import anoe ot the oontract. Sunday ovening the young man wont to tbo homo of tho young woman to havo a reiteration of tho whole matter, and the ooosion waa not completed until 10.30 p.m. by pa'o watch. As young ladies will sometimes do, thia one followed the receding form of the senior party of the ' steady company' organisation to tho front door, and after a oorion of dilatory motions, an adjournment was agreed upon. He stood on tbo threshold to fasten hia gloves, and she swung the front door shut. As tho spring lock cnapped, the door nip ped tho okirt...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPECTRE CAPTAIN. Queer Acts of a Ghost Which Haunts a Steamer in Brooklyn Basin. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

THK' SPECTRE CAPTAIN. Queer Acts of a Ghost Which Haunto a Sto'am:ir in Brooklyn Basin, 'I'll never go out ncor tbo o:d 'Tabor j again,1 ' mid a well-known boatman of East 0.iUlnndono Sunday no ho looked towards tho biftjk hulk ot tho utoamohip William Tnbor, wbioh lien near tho Oakland c.ituary. ' Way not ?' Why, baoauao oho ia bauntod, Last i night t was out willi a party, and f ran mybontin under tho stem of the old ship. As wo oimo around on tho starboard oido nf iuu venooi oomo ono naiioeu, ' nno oomoo thero? Backwater quid; or I will shoot.' I looked up, but saw no one. Withmo wero two ladiou and gentlomon, gucsto from Tubbo' Hotel. Thoy hoard tho voice, but, liko myself, woro unable to ceo any one. ' Tho ludieo . woro bndly frightoncd, and begged mo to pull away. I wao about to do so, whon tho watchman on tho ship looked over tho gangway and wanted to know what wao up. ''In it you pcoplo that io making that 1 noiso down thero?' queried tho old follow. 'If it in, you had bette...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cooking Recipes. STEWED ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

(CooIdeK ffieclpes,, STEWED ONIONS. Select email ones of the oame aizo, akin and throw into. oold water. After an hour put on to boil ; when half done drain and again cover with water ; when tender pour o3 the water and add a aup of milk, a small pleas ol butter, popper and salt. PAK1SD ONIONS. Select very large pnes, boil half an hour, drain, push out tbe hearts, chopping thom fine with a little baoon ; add bread crumbs, pepper and salt, and moioton with a littla oream. Fill tho onions, put into a dripping pin with a very littlo water and bako until tender in a alow oven, basting ofton with melted butter. BEETS. Wash and boil till tondor ; remove the skin while hot, out into thin slices and serve with pepper, salt ond vinegar, or with q drawn butter aaucc. Fia CAitn. Two oupa of ougar, one oup of butter, whites of eight eggs, three and ono-half oupa jot flour, three teaspoone of baking powder, one oup of sweet milk ; bako in jelly tins, For the filling toko .Quo-quarter ot a pound ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ladies' Column The Influence of Color. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

TLaDfes' Column The Influence of Color. Tho influenco of color upon tho com plexion and gonoraltono of tho toilet ia very striking. Blondes should avoid tho lighter ohados of bluo, which aro apt to givo an nohy hue to tho comploxion. Tho darkor ohadco of blua may be worn mora rcoltlesoly by tbo blondo than the brighter shades, boaauso throwing out tbo complexion in high rolief upon an accommodating background, and the darkor and moro velvety tho shade tho finer io tho cffcot. Brunettes cannot wear bluo becomingly, oinco tbia ohade, when shadowed by a yollow skin, cntorn into n composition of green, and tho tawniness of the oomploxion io inorcased. Tbo fiorid brunette can risk the wearing of bluo. Green is a dangerous oolor for brunottcs, but well adapted to tho fair. A pale brunotte oan ef fectively wear rod — it hightono tho bruno boauty. It ia atatod by a roliablo authority that ' orimson ohould bo charily indulged in by tho brunette, but orimaon may bo worn with safoty by tno blo...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

APHORISMS. Tho Intnro destiny of tho child is alwaya the work of tho mother — Bonaparte. Youthful raahnesa skips like a hare ths meshes of good oonnsel— Shakespeare. Tho hatred of tbo vicious will do yoa leEB harm than thoir conversation — Bentley. In writing as woll as speaking, one great secret of effective eloquence is, to say what is proper and stop when you have dono— ? (Jolton. Wit loseo ita respect with the good when scon in company with malico, and to smili} at tho jest whioh plants a thorn in anothsr'.l breast is to beoome a principal in the miu ohief— Sheridan. Spirit io now a vory fashionable word ; to act with spirit, to speak with opirit, means only to aot rashly and talk indisoroetly. An ablo man shows his spirit by gcntlo words and resoluto actions; ho is noither hot nor timid — Chesterfield. Surmise io tho gossamer that malice blows on lair reputations, tho corroding dew that destroys tha fairest blossoms. Surmise ia primarily tho squint of suspicion, and sub pioion ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Locallhfohiiation. COACHES. Fob 3urro.v Fousjr — Unldiu's ouoh leivo» : Mosa Vale at 7.15 am reiurnin . at 8 a in 2.15pm ' 3pm ? ; 7 p m 8pm . Faro la single, childron Cd - * For Behiuma. — Haddin'a coach Ieavea Moss ?Vale at 7 . am returning at 12 noon 2.15 p m ,, 8 p in Fnro Is 6d einglo, children Od Sinnll charge mado for parcels sont- through tho drivor; :8uhdays; as above except, tho midday journeys Special trips made at any time on application to Mr Hn:hlin Coaches also run to Robertson and Kangaroo Vulley ? : .f

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

POSTAL. ? On Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday8, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays the miiil will loavo Moss Yale at ? 1 .30a. in., arriving at undermentioned placca nt times Btated Yarrunga at 3 o,m , Barrengarry, 5.30 a.m., Kangaroo Vallej', 6,30 a.m., Camliewarrnj. ^ 8.45 a.m., Nowra 9.45 a.m. On Saturdays, Mondays, Tuesday*, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, thoy will bo despatched as follows: — Leave Nowra 3.30 p.m., Cambewairn, .4.30 p.m., . Kangaroo Valley, 7 p.m., Bairengarry, 7.45 pin., Yarrunga, 11.45 p. m„ arriving at Mosa Valo at -1. 15 a.m.'; on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. The mail at present despatched from Moss Valo a*; 2.50 n.m on Monday will not be despatched until 6. 30 a. in. The mails at present depatehed . to places on the southern lino beyond Moss Vale on Sunday at 2.30 n.m. will bo discontinued, and in lio'u thereof the mails will be despatched at 12.30 a. in. .on ' Mondav. A train will ho run on Sunday oyening, leaving Sydney at...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humor. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

ifoumor. Tiin omell of ccffeo is very nratefnl to many people— particularly thoso who board, G^od only \7ben used up,— Tha um^ biclb. p A colc stirring nffjir — A projcctina tack in tiio boitom of a blicc. ; Wo nro pnzzlod to Uaav; how tiio men who. v;ritG otorica oil tho oeti manaco to keep thom eo dry. ' ? ; / A spiritunlist mop Hp tho table, but it is. the o;»np tipy tbo waiter who (jets the most attention. A Vaspah collego girl Rnys sl^o df csn'i know much about military tactic?, bi«i pho thinks tho ' cr.ll to r.rm« ' must be tbc.-mofit mtcrcBtiug feature in the mauual, M WrLL. Patrick, v?hafc struck yen most during jour southern trip?'' 'The mule, ror !' replied Patrick, with a grin that disclotcd the sbseccs of niue molara. It in said that tho attenrimcfl at the Wan ner operas efcowa a fitiady falliry iff iu numbers. It is cheaper to ep^nd an hour nnd a half in a boiler foandry, and Quito as refreshing. Upon her lover rcma'kinp . *' 1 think I'll marry thee, Jftne.'* A Scotch m...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Very Ancient Autograph. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

A Very Ancicnt. Autograph. In Europo ono of tho most ancicnt auto graphs preserved in a publio museum ia at thoLouvro. It io csn Egyptian papyrus, in : which ono Serpamonthes writes to Pa mouthca, hio brother, that ho bad cent him by canal-boat tho property of Tholes, con of ' Jorax, tho body of Senyris, hio mother. 'Sho la embalmed,' adds Clio pious con ; ''a tiokot hangs round hor ncok ; tor flurringejia paid ; her namo ia incenbcd upon her ctomach, and I wish thco, oh, my brother, health ond proo- perity.' Fortunotoly, no ono hca over tried to ctcai thio matolilcoa nutogroph. ' L-i ~ ? ? ' A surveyor mny wot beliovo in chanoo, and yet ho ia continually dfoain^ loto, Thero nothing impocaiblo about p S. tawyer'u eouuuol'oi thoy oto olwoyo fcoo . tbls /

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Canine Justice. How a Little Dog Got Even with His Cowardly Assailant. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Canine tfusticc. Ho w ft Little Dog Got Even with Hia Cowardly AsBailant. ' Years ago thero lived in Parltman a doctor who wob tbe owner of a omall dog, that sometimes accompanied him when visiting his patients. Ono day the dootor drove down to a village about threo milea distant from his home. Ha tool: tho little dog along with him. When ho reached tho homo of hip patient, sad to relato, n big dog, neaily twico on largo ao tho dootor'o dog, pitched in without a moment's warning and gave the little pet visitor on unmerciful oruoDiDg, very nearly itiuing tbo poor littlo thing. But tho littlo dog hod plenty of courage, and ovidontly mado up hio mind '? ' j . that thoro was a dog in Parkman that could . ' punioh hio assailant nbout as -fleotuolIy no tho latter had dono him, muoh to his dc ' ~ ? light. Y/hon tho dootor bad oomplotcd tho call and etarted for homo ho overtook hio dog, already on tho way. Ho trotted along briskly by tho waggon sido over tho threo milea between Songervillo ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chicago Teachers. THE PREPONDERANCE OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Chicago Teachers. The Preponderance or Women. Of 3C00 teachers employed iD°the publio sobools of Chicago, only 190 aro mou. The fact, recorded in a letter to the New York Nation is likely to bo regarded by champions of tho ' Women's Movemont' as ono moro sign of tho intellectual advancement of the sex. Tho writer of tho lottor, however, takeo a moro gloomy view. Tho fact that m tho Eastern and Contral Statos tho number of girls who oompletotho grammar ond high sohool course is creator than that of tho boy is, he bolioves, distinctly dun to tho abovo remarkable disproportion. Pupils reach the final grado in tho grammar schools /it about the ago of 14 or 15. Ia a bustli ig com munity whero ,tho commorcial Bpii is pre dominantftlio boys will probably/ jo loth to stay at school under any c^ndil ous. Tho prospoct of four years moro / c petticoat government in a high school, m .'eovov, it is assortod, iu many oasos robs hit ,'of any littlo inclination ho may havo to iain, aud ho loaves to...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Political Crisis. MOTION OF NO CONFIDENCE. THE GOVERNMENT ANTICIPATE A VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

The Political Crisis. MOTION OF NO CONFIDENCE. THE GOVERNMENT ANTICIPATE A VICTORY. ? - A political orisis has arisen. So soon as tHe Legislative Assembly met on Thursday afternoon Mr. Reid, amid choors, gave notice that he would move on Wednesday, — ' 1. That this House, haying considered the exposition of tho financial affairs of tho country as made by tho Colonial Treasurer, and having in view tho nature of his financial proposals for 1893. is of opinion that the continuance of tho present Ministry in office is fraught with serious danger the publio welfare. 2. That tho foregoing resolution be communicated by address to His Excellency tho Governor.' Sir Georgo Bibbs intimated that ho should ' adopt the usual course,' and the House at once adjourned. Whilst Ministers gonerally believo that tho Houso is with them,. and that they will ultimately gain a majority, they are somewhat distrustful of the unity whioh appears to prevail in tho ranks of their opponents, and thoy certainly re...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Ministering Children's League. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Bowral Ministering Children's League. The second monthly mooting of tho Bow ral branch of tho abovo league wis held in tho Wesloyan School-hall on Saturday aftor noon last at 3,30. Thoro woro about a hundred in attendanco, rathor moro than half boing childron. Tho proceodinga com mencad by tho singing of tho ' Song of tho Ministering childron,' and prayer by tho Rev. J. Woolnoutrh. Tho. Kov. W- A. Loocb. incumbent of Bong Bong, gavo an interesting addross in explanation of tho objects of tho loaguo, a branch of whioh had boon stnrtod nt Bong Bong. through liis instrumentality. Tho league exhibited tho highost and nicest developments of tho Christian religion. Tho mainspring waa love. It urged us to train our children in acts of kindness. Through its help delieafo childron woia brought from Sydney for a change, It was no now duty thrust upon them, but it waa Christianity in a nutshell. Tho membors « ero required to do at least ono kind deed ovory .day. God would not bo unmindful of t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Miscellaneous. Their Last Words. The Dying Sentences of Men Noted in History and Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

flDi0ceIIaneou0. Their JLast Words. Stat Dying Sentoncea ol Men Noted in History ond Litoioturc, .y.v - flA doalh bed's a detector of tiio heart f '?.v ?.'??? f -- Horo tried diesimuinuon drops her ro' r!: Through lifo b grimaco. tlmt mistress of tho nccno, ' ? ? . Here real and apparent aro (ho cmno.' in ?? ? ''Head ot tho a,tmy.n~ATafffletu. ???? 'I moot oleep now.' — Byron. 'Itmnttero littlo how tha head lieth.' — Sir Walter Raleigh. Kioa mo, Hardy. '—Lord Nelson. 'Don't B»vc up tho chip.'— Lawrence. ' I'm shot, if I don't beliovo J'ra dying.' — Chancellor 21iurlo':t ' Is thin your fidelity ?' — JVere. ' Clasp my hand, my dour friond, I dio.' — A! fieri. ' Givo Dayrolca a chair.'— Lord Chester field. ' God prcsorvo tho Emperor.'— Haydn. ' Tho nrtery conEco to beat.' — Haller. ' Let tho light enter.' — Goethe. 'All my ponoresiono for a moment of timo.' —Queen hlizahet/i. 'What! in thoro no bribing doath?'— Cardinal Beat Jar/. 'I havo loved God, my father and liberty.' '? —A/me. de...

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Sentenced to Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Seutcucc«l to Marriage. A young man and a young woman wero contesting tho possession of a piece of pro perty, tho ono claiming under an old lease, tho other under an old will. ' It strikes mo.' said tho justice, ' that there is n pleasant and easy way to terminate this lawsuit. Tho plaintiff seems to bo a respectable young man, and this is a very nico vouncr woman. Tliev can hnt.h mot married, and live upon tho farm. If thoy go on with law proceedings, tho property will all be frittored away among the lawyors, who, I am sure, are not ungallant enough to wish tho marriage not to como off.' Tho lady blushed, and the young man stammered that they ' liked each other a little bit;' so a verdict was rondcrod for tho plaintiff, on condition' of his promise to marry the defendant within two months— a stay of execution being put to tho verdict till tho marriage ceremony should be completed. This is about tho first couple ever sentenced to matrimony in a court of law.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Selected Poetry. BENEATH THE SURFACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Bclcctcd D'octry. BENEATH THE SURFAOE. Benoath tho surfaco thoro ig woalth, ; Though ofton hid from viow Wo catch tho dros3 as if by st6alth, - , , And miss tho good and truo. As doopost cavronta over glide Whero scarco n ripplo floats, So hoavts thoir richest troasui-es hide, ? \..- And souls thoir richest notes. Wo seo tho light that faintly beams ; i---' But, from its fooblo glow, - Wo fail to traco tho flamo that gleatna Boaeath tho outward flow. Wo doom tho '.nonntains proud and grand; Thoir wealth is not in show ; Though high their hoads, their golden sand, Lies fnr and doop below. Wo over judgo by outward show Tho wealth that lios within, And by tho surfaco wo would know, x Tho prize wo seok.to win. Tho rank and dress will oft d'eoeive . Tho worth of soul to toll, For merit true wo oft porceive Whero birlh unkindly foil. Wo gather atones that round us lie, And shells of dullest ray, Yet pass the gems unnotioed by . ? . ? And fling the pearls away. , ; . And many thoughts that...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

To Curb Skis Diseases.— \ (lpholitie Lotion quickly drives invay eruptions, j (mplcs, blotches, redness, ocxcmft, ncncf\disfigurc Acnts, roupnness and ociu'f, &o , leaving clear' iipotlesa elan aud beautiful OQmpioxion. is a neccs ity for tbo ' qkin, capeoially in Uat^lunatca, Made ia Loudon, Sol4 every where, -^-Advt. Speaking of the orieinal singer of 'Ta-ra-ra- Boom-dcay,' a New York paper say3 : 'Miss Collins is tall and active. She wears a preposter ous hat and an impossible blondo wig. Wack boso and black-gloved anna arc much in evidence. She has an odd personalty and no end of verve. While she sings she makes jerky gestures from the elbowa, aud when she dances she moves her understandings with great rapidity aud some audacity. Her mouth is like Slercutio's wound, not so deep as a well nor so wide as a church door, but it serves the purpose of Ta-ra-ra.' ' The Mittagong Butter Factory Company has do. cided to accept fresh terms from the Fresh Food and Ico Company, and ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Mr, Ponilcr, who was shot I 1 her husband at (the Great Northern mino, ViotoVi, on Saturday, died duriug Wednesday r.iglit. \\ Liver C mi-laiki.s. — Dr. Kinu'sv^nndolion nnd Quinine Liver Pills, without mercury.^ aro a potent remedy ; removo all liver nnd stoniMyiomplnints, biliousness, hendaoho, sickness, Blwi^ -er pains, Inaitburu, indigestion, constipation. \\de only iu London. Sold everywhere.— Advt. ^ NOTICE. » AS our presont manufacturing plant is ' fx inadsquato to turn out Bufflciont cor dials, syrups and flavoring essences for the increasing demand, we respectfully request our customers to kindly overlook any little . ? delay in the execution of their orders on tho !-: ? . -assurance that thoy are receiving ouc .best ' attention. : . THE UNIVERSAL DRUG CO. ' T. G. Ken.vjwell, ; Manager 29 Hunter-street, Sydnoy, st : For Boys' and Youths' School and Best Wear.[-» tioe ociniraTr ©ynnriHiDKi® IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST RELIABLE. Bend Sony IPuflco emhkQ IPflaiSaD ol? FaoMoo( DAV1...

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HILLVIEW v. S.F. BUTCHERING CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

HILLVIEW v. S.F. BUTCHERING CO. A match was played on the Hillview wicket, Sutton Forest, on Wednesday last, between Sutton Forest Butchering Co. and Lord Jersey's team, and resulted in a victory for the former by one run. Scorcs Hillview Team. - Wordsworth, o Fleeton b Bell ... ... 7 E. Prigg, b Bell ... ... . ... 12 Pitts, e Fleeton , ? ... ... 3 Stafford, b Fleeton ... ... ... 5 Lord Villiers ... ... ... ... 2 Laidley, bGoodsell ... ... ... 11 Cox, b Goodsell ? ... ... 27 Lord Jersey, o Goodsell b Howe , ... .0,. .J Waller, b Bell ... , ... -8 ? Parker, b Goodsell ' ^ ... ' '0 Nicholls, b Goodsell ... ... ... .1 Sundries ... ... ... .'..,.13 \'.V Total ... ... : ... ' ... 84 Sutton Forest Botcuerixg. Co. Eleeton, o Prigg b Wordsworth . 7 StubbingB, b Stafford ... ... ... 1 Appelby, st. Stafford ... ... ... 0 Spencer, c Stafford b Pitts ... ...11 Jackson, b Waller ... ... ... 14' McLennan, c Nicholls b Stafford ... 1 T. Spencer, b Pitts ... . — — 1 Townsend, c Waller b Stafford. ....

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