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HINTS FOR BREEDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

HINTS FOR~ BREEDER. Gri: is always essenitial. Dorkinges ,and table :fowls. q"ndian Runner diueks best layers. Cleanlin: is a disease preventive. Shade and, slihelter wanted in. summer. .Keep the driilking water in a shaded position. HIa·mburgs are prolific layers, but eggs are small. On the orohard in off season, fovls are i~ivaiuaJble. American :Bronze Turkeys grow to a mammotih size. Indian, Go.ine 'are beautiful fowls, and cariy great breast flesh. Old English Game fine for table and ,cnossng witvh any ibreed. Faverolles great table, fowls, useful win ter layers; flesh delici6us. Buff Ply.mouth Rocks will ,become v'ry popular;. handsome and useful. ]ook oult for roup.:The first symptoms is a watery appearance in the eyes.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BURNLEY EGG LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

BURNLEY EGG LAYING COMPETI TION. The results of the third egg laying .competition at Burnley for week ended 16th January, are:- Week: Previous Total to Owner.. Total. date. J. 11. Gill .. "..8. , '7 .. 1257 .. 1291 J. S. Spotswood ; ..: .... 35 .. 1167 .. 1202 C. J. Beatty .. .. 0,.-.; .30 .. .1155 . 1185 E. 71. Bridge ., .. .. 380 .. 1150 .. 1180 Moejtz Bros. ... 8.5:.. 35 .. 1143 . 1178 Thirkell ald Smith' ::.: 29 .. 1147 3176' W; (. Swift -.. .?c' ,:?s .' 1122 .;. 1151 I1. aJ'Kenzie .. ..; . -8, .. 1113 .. 1148 T. A. Pettigrove ... .. '2 .. 1118 .. 1147 E. A. Lawson .. -. :....: 22 . 1106 ... 1152 C. B. Bertlesmeier.:: ..? 33.. 1090 .. 1123 A.ll. Mould . i..s'i. :.;33 ";. 1085 .. 1118 A. Boss .. . . 30 .181 1111 G. W. Robbing .. '' : . . 28 .. 1082" 1110 J. E. Bradley....i. .. B" .. 1078 .. 1108 George Edwards .. .. ''.S:,'S ..' 10i7., . 1059 WV. Featherstone ... '';":-S' :.. 1060 .. 1092 R. .. ,Pope " ;.. . 3' .. 1057 .. 100 Jno. Campbell . : ..,.i 22 ... 1053 .. 1080 'M. 1I. No...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIAN EGG LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

TASMANIAN .EGG,. LAYING COM PETITION. .The results of the above.-: competition, which commenced on 15th Mlay, are as follows: S. - . Eg~s Laid. Name of Owner. . Jan. To date. H. L. Jones, W.L. (rose-cdmbed) .120..; 748 II. L. Jolnes,. W.L. ...T.(., . 90.. 53. WT. T. Stephens, S.' ;. . 8 ??80.. 56 A. G.-. *Genders. W... . 114 .. 013 J. J. Iarvey W.L.' .. ... '- 111" 628 A. G. Genders, B.O... 0 . 3 .....1.;"i07 :.. 724 A. G. Genders,W.L. . ir .. .'78 .. 5:03 A. G. Genders, W.L..;I:. ..; . 5? . 500 L. Badcock, S.W ... ., . .. 74..; (94 1'. A. Alderman, B.O... ... .. 7.. 694 TH. R. Taylor, S.W. . .. . 71: 018 P. F. G. Mattingley, B.O. ;:: ;. ,.. 905 . 581 B. .IL Whittle, W;L..'., ...., 101 .. r01 P. F. C. Mattingley, B.O. .. .....- 81 .. 5i19 L. S. Ilyland, WL. . ... S.. ...; 74 .. 634 O. . Ol 01son, W.L . ..:.. ...; 07 . 1 Austral Poultry Farm; W;L... .. 68 :.. 47 Fred. Briggs, W. .. .. . .... 71 .. 480 Mrs. L. Willims, W.L... 5 .2 ... 73 558 Spencer and Blazely, W.L. .... 107 0 3"2 • ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MINORCA. A FINE LAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE MINORCA. A FINE LAYER. '-"-.> Breeders of poultry ho knovw their bisi- ' ners ahvras stand by the Minorca as .one o the finest of the laying strains and it un questionably is a great egg producer, One of the most striking features of the breed is 'the great size of the egg, even those from young pullets being quite as large, if not larger and more weighty than those of hens of most" other breeds of poultry. The Minorca is one of the. Mediterranean family, and i6 classed as ii non-sitter. It has a ,big, bulky framne; and is thus well stited for. crossing. wvith any of the table breeds, to produce a good all round bird for the table.. Fanciers have been making a bold ·effort to improve this variety i " Australia, and. gradually wve are bringing cur show specimens up to the 'bet type in England. A deficiency in size of'lobe has been a discouraging feature, but this is receiving attefition, so .that we are now closely approaching the English type. I nouild like to see our fancier...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. CROWING HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. CROWING HENS. Sir,-ScnSm tithe ago, in answer to a Queensland correspondent, you invited breeders to give? their - experience with the fertility of eggs frons..crow. ing hens., I have Einee tested eggs. frontm a crovw. ing White Leghorn hen, and all hive proved er.ý tile. I would be pleased to have your valuabld: advice as to whether it would be advisable--o, put this hen in the breeding pen, as " slis2:. single pen "tested. bird, a.nd has proved(:Flerilt'el a great layer.--Youls, .&c., SS. A. Er REY. LThere is no res.or..why thiis hen. sol uld jiot be bred from; if she .is a very piolific layer.-"Hot sp'r,"a . .

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY CONVENTION PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

POULTRY CONNVENTION3 , PROPoSED; Sir,--You will kindly "gralit me space in the. Poultry- columns of your .interesting'journnal that I. may offer several suggestions to the poultryiden of rVictoria, and cspecially to our worthy and encrgctic committee of, The Victorian Poultry" aiid Kennel Club w"weich-:sas the ruling body inl Victoria--.hould fostcr all :itteimpts at-progress in thie poultry incistry and fancy--Fir:it: That the aboved mentiofied club hold a. convenlion of all poultry clubs, societies,?'brd~ders .and fanciers with the object of formulating, adopting andi publishing an explicit and illu.trated standard.of perfection of all breeds of poultry, so that breid ors and fauciers may have a definite and Victorian authoriscd standard to breed to, that is formu- lated by men who haje had lifelong experience in the fancy and utility side, as well of the in dlustry in our own land, and that the suggested stanldard be used exclusively by juidges ini award ing prizes at shows held ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY HOUSING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

?.' POULTRY HOUSING. Sir,-In last week's issue of "The Leader' you give. an account of a paper read by Mr.' Mann, in which lie favors the droppings board' in poul try houses; which, he says, can be cleaned at the-rate-of one per mirmte. I think if he tried to clean the 'boards in 60. houses in 60 minutes he would be all out by .the time he reached the last one. Mly idea is that .the droppings board is a thing of the past, being iinsigltly and use less.- I have not used. them for the past four years. In an ip-to-date .scratching shed; with plenty of manure or litter, free from dampness, there is no offence from 'the droppings. 'For this reason-as soon as- the birds come from the roosts an the morning, theti get to work looking for any grain that may liave been left frori the even ing meal, and in doing so, cover, the droppinga with 'dust, vlhich helps to'drsy them immediately, and when dry there is no smell, and the 'health of the. birds is in no w\ay endangered. ' The. only .possibl...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

' ' ABSGLUTELY ,Built Up on a Solid IFoundation of Fact and Straight Out from ,the Shoulder Talk is the Business of W;. I. SCOOTT * When Scott saiy' his ANDA4LUSIAN, T WHITE IROOKS, INDIAT GAIE, PEKIN DUCKS, are good busilness, youi calln rely upon it, simply because he is not in the gamne for "uln, and. having 19 years' solid experience, he knbws the value of the goods hlie offers to a nicety. : But when he tells you tata THE IfATOIILESS WHITE - RUNNER.DUCK,,.as bred. by him for egg Production, is tlie:best propositiion for 'profit.in neathcred stock, you have .the es-ence of his exl perience. Selected specimcnis, correctly mated,.21/ oich, cooped. F.O.B. rail, Cheltenham. 'EGGS of White Runners, 10/6 and 21/ per setting 10f 12, carefully ra;ctked; intertile replaced if re turned carriage ,paid to Cheltenhlam for inspection; 316 eggs to setting intcr-Stiate to save replacing;. OTIIOR ?BREEDS kept liy me, 21/ and 63/ per setting, under same termls. Standard specimens bred for the pu...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE COFFEE PALACE, [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

MELBOURNE COFFEE PALAOCE * ·'rice of Itrcal: 8 Ccurses for One Skilli,, 210 BIoutk-street, Melbounc., .. .

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STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. The following are Friday's litest sales 'nd[' quotations, showing the rises (R.1) and falls (F) compared with T1 ursday's: INVE-!STMENT STOCK. * .i I R isec Company. o. I B. Sell. Sale.3. I aIL 9".ONDS,. I -- O Cify Mfeli,, 3½,1 i If)81 . . . . - I 87/10" 1o., ., 193...I - 87/10* D.llington, 4, 1 ' J' Geelong Hlarbor, 4,1 - J I . e('cc!'oag \Waator, 41 - 100 I YIet. Id., 41, 19251 - I 1' Do., 4, 1935 . 9/810/ 99/15/ Do., 4.1, 1945, W - .. Do., 4,. 11)4 . . -j I tl' . 1)o., 4, 19)30 . . - 09 IDo., 3%., 1917 . .] ;)/15/j - Do., 3,, .1.27.. 8') I - Do., ?., 1"92..I -- 88/151/ D' o., 3½, 135 .. ~ 8 ' Do.,. 35, 19 30.. - I 8 { Do., 38,J, . .. - 8/1./, Io)., 8½, 19)0.. - 89 Mctrop. Gas., 4, 1921' - | Victoria, 4, 1923 . 100 100/10/ Do., 8%,. 1921.. ]- 97 l)o., 32/2, 1922.. 9' - Do., 8½,. 1920-41 (ddbs.) . . ..l I 3 Do., 3r, 1.)101 I (Tre1.)/ Do., 3. 1917 and aftr' (stock) ..f I - ., 3, 1)3 .. --a 83 1)o., 3. 1).02... 83 )Do,.. 3 (stock), / 1.)917 anal afterf 74? 7....

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE WEATHE,, A very large high pressure area controls thile weather of the-southern half of Aus tralia. Its centre is imnmediately west from Tasmania, and its slopes extend north-eastward to the south-eastern corner of Queensland, and. westward across the Bighlt to Perth. Cool southerly winds are beinig experienced irodnd the advanice sidcis of the "high," while warm to' hot E. to N. winds are being expe'ienced over the southern half of Western Australia, round tlhe rear sicde of the "high." Pressure Was low over the whole of the niorthern half of the continent·, and further thunder i'alns: have occurred. Some heavy falls wnere registered, particulai'.y on the north Queensland coast, where there are . slight indications of a disturbance; 510 points were recorded at'· Port Douiglas, 375 at Cairiis and 369 at Coolktown, while 23-0 poitits nvere registered at Normanton, 240 at Mnount M'Connell. In the Teiritory 249 poifnts were- registered at Tenniants Creek and 70 at Barriow Creek.

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CHURCH NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

CHURCH .NOTES A defence of the Clhrlistian eiitllch ad:thCe true social .-reformer was st uip" by. Dr. Sadlier, Bislhop of Nelsop? in: a sermion which he jireadhed at St; Paurl's Cathedrai on Sunday. Dr. Sadlidr selected his tekt frbm Acts of the 'Apostles, %lid chaptex, 17th verse: "Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see-visions and your o'ld men shall dream dreams." He said that social uimrest was to-day almost universal, and the condition of the laboring classes could be traced baetk to the middle of the eighteenth century, when trade soulght, enpansion at: the ex pense of human life. 'I'he preacher argued against the cult of reformers wihio would regenerate thle ,world by purely. human methods. Environment to the ordinary man, .le said, was only a negaltive power. If democracy succeeded to-morrow, .and if wealth were evenly' .distribiuted, the gireat problems of society vwoild still remain un solved. Perfect conditions would not pro Auee the pe...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

LIST OFA UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The follo?ing is a list of jinclajimet letters lying at':thle Department of Lands and Survey Adver tising and I~ntelligence Bureau?, 555: Flinders street:- A. Abbott, Claude; Allan, .Tames; Alms, Mr.s.; Andrews, Chas.; Andrews, irnest; Appleby, Misis Mafud: Atkinson, larry; Austin, Caril; Austin, J. E.; Austin, Malibel. B. Bailey, Richard; Bamnforth, Jon C.; Barnanl, Leslie; Barrie, Rupert E., Batt, L.; Begley, J.; Bentley,. Wnm.; Berry, J.: B; Berry, W. F.; Binks, Geo. E.; Binnion, George; Blackfoid, Geo. IH.; Blainey, M?.; Bolwell, Arthur; Bowling, Frank; Bray, II. W.; Brock, IHorace, II.; Brewer, S. T.; Browvn, J. P.: Browning, B. C.; Buckle, P.; Bunn, E. W.; Burley, Chas.; Burton, S. A. C. Oarter,-FLank; C!assells, T. II.; hbandler, Percy S.; Cheese, J. II.- Chil],' Edgar; Clarke, L.; Cockman, Mrs. and Miss F. W.; Collett, J. Coltes, S. H.; Collins, Mrs.; Conlon,. Mrs. ; Cooper -Lr.: Cornes, Alfred; COrawoid, A.; Oulrreil, Ben jainin; Currell, J. 1". ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FORECASTS. (Issued at Noon Friday, 23rd January.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

FORRO FSTS. (Issued at Noon Frriiy. 28rd Tanluary.) VIC'TORIA\.-Finc; E-. to N.- sinds, and rising te:ineratures. . W~,STERN AUSTlRALIA.--Hot and sultry, with .northerly winds, but ecol S.W. in- the extreme south west., extending over the southern aens; isolated thunder showers south of the trcpic, general to the north. SOUTIHI AUSTRALIA.- fl e;' rising tempera tures,- and I,. to N. uinds; somne th?ader in the far north and Territo-s. QUEINSI.ANID.Unsettled generally., but rain chiecfy coulined to comtatl and norhcmn..districts; more heavy falls cn.the .ncrth coast: S.1]. to N.E. winds, su:nlly and a'nugh on lmrts of the coast. NEW SOUTI WALES.--lina. exOept for occa sional thunder storms in the north; rta.mg tempera tures: E. to N. s\irds, stncg S.E. art north coast. . TASMANIA.-Fine; rising templeratures, and N. winds." .OCEAN ;FOR]ECASTS AND hlEMARKS. Soually and ioullgh in places betwrceen Clarence RIliver and--'hursday. Island. Prospects of useful rains ovir eastern Australia s...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

Wil~l a . If any sum from £50 to C10,000 would be ac ceptable to you now, write to ui straiglht a.way, anld we will sencd it to you. We will not hesitate foi a moment to comply with your requcst if you ha've any rcasbonaable security at all. COME .TO US .Extend yocur cnterPrisvs, develop your properly, in other words, fiurish through a helpiul lo "i ffrom-us. We advance £50 to £10,000 on live stock, farm implemencts, &c. SWrite or call. All correspondence in pl.iin scaled envelopes. INTEREST UNDER 'WILLS DOUGiI'. ALEXANDER & COPPEL, London House, 2nd Floor, S 97 ELIZABETH-ST., MELBOURNE. MONEY PROMPTLY SENT BY POST.I` * Ray L~B-ever W4atch -g 8486 CtIyabeth 5b.MeU. I -~~ SOME people hesitate to give a Prdoprietary SMedicine to Very Young Children and, in many cas~es the hesitation is quite juitifiable; but the Public need not have any fear about HEARNE'S RONCIJITIS CURE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared y.:y Mr.-W, W G. Hearne who is a REGISTERED CHEMIST" of e...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KenneL KENNEL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

KENNEL NOTES. BY HOBSPUR. From Mrs.. H. C. Oaten, of Adelaide, I am in receipt of a most interesting letter regarding her newly imported Collie bitch Ormskirk Gipsymaid, and fanciers will be glad to know that the new arrival is above expectations, which is most satisfac tory. Moreover Gipsymaid has since *whelped a litter of (puppies (by a well known English sire. Mrs. Oaten says: "My imported bitch Ormskirk Gipsymaid arrived safely.on 28th December last and is doing well. On 5th January she whelped seven puppies, two sable dogs, two tricolor dogs and three tricolor 'bitches. One bitch was born dead and imperfectly developed, I should say as the result of an injury. One sable dog died the.d4y after through an dbstruction of the bowels, and the -follow-: fng day again I lost the largest and preti tiest marked puppy in the litter \through it being overlaid by the dam. It is not the best of luck, 'but the rest are so strong and are4grawing'so well, I hope things will go better now. The...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INVESTMENT STOCK.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

S INVESTMENT STOOK.-(Co~ntinued.) I 3 or Company._ I. P,Buy. t Sell. Sales. Fall Bighton Gas, pitd. 20/6 - SBritish Domr., prcf. - 58/ B. Hill Water... 16/0 17/3 Carlton Blrew., 2/ IC ld... ... 10/3 ] 0/ 0/4 C'ascae Brew. . . 11/4 10/5 10/4 Cast. Brew ... 14/ 14/9 Colonial Mutual .. 45/ 46/ Colonial Sugar.. .. 13/15/ " Com'wwplth Board I 15/ County Bourke .. 27/G 30/ Do., new . .. 27/ - Denny, Lascelles.. 19/f 20/ Deuton H1at Mills I45/ - Dunlop RIubber . . 26/ 26/0 I )o., prf... ... 34/6 . 35/ Do., non-ceumn. ..I 20/0 27/ Eq.. Trustees ....1 29/0 - I'exelal Bluildltg.. 21/ 21/3 Fred. P. Botel 7/8 ] - FosttT Brew. . I... - 24/ -Fsctsoray {i5 .. 13/ 20/ "'Fr?ehold Assets . . 1 29/6 - Grand Hotel .. .. -- 31/ (toldsbough . .. 42/ 42/1',. 42/1?1 - Gordon thouse.. .. 23/ Hcory Tones . . 24/3 - Herald & W. Tine 42/ - I0., Isef... 2/d'/3 l 22/6. Itoir?;, B.rick . 14 I 6 Howardl Smith 60/6 l61/ Btuddard I'Parker, tsrlf. ....4 22/ 23/ • y13/ - , John Shall . . 18/ Kitchen & ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH NEWS. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. NEW MOVEMENT STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

·CHUROM - EWS,i RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. NEW MOVEiMENT STARTED. An endeavor is being madle by a number of individuals interested in the general ques tion of religious 'educttion, but fniot neces sarily pledged to the propaganda or all the proposals of .the existing semi-political organisation for the reintroduction of .IBible lessons in State schools, to inaugburate a new public movement. As a preliminnary, a meeting is. to. be held of certain specially invited representatives of the churches in the committee, room at Melbourne Tomn Hall of i Tlhursday evening next. This gathering is to be. purely unoflidial and to be in the nature of a •conference, which may evehtually lead to a definite policy 'being laid down as a basis of agreement. By the invitation of the promoters the fol lowing cii'cular letter has been issued: Collins-street Baptist Church, Melbourne, 21st January, 1914. Dehr Sir,--lt is thei desire of many who favor a religious basis in education tnhat a conference should be h...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORT PASTIMES ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

rW TME ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. THE TURF. Dunloe or Tinto.-What race tdo you refer to, a~ad is the horse you ask about Dunloc or Tinto, as it is unclrt:ain w"hich from your qucstian? Tutereestcd, KIyabrantm.--The mat:ter is dealt with inl Rule 4S of thle Australian Rules of lRacing, iwhichl is a follows:--"'If a horse which, or the swnscer of nominator of which, is in the forfeit )ist, Ie allewed to start for nlly race, the secFe tIry of tlhe club lshall be fined a stun not ex ceding ten pounds." J.U., affra--ln ~he absence of any agree lent to thie cotrarn, horses sha:ll be takci to be solt! with their engagements,, aind the new •owner is pers.?mf!y responsible for all forfeits acermung. S.D., D '-rrnambool.-The yearling brother to Eulmbtls was knocked down for 750 guineas last .'al-ch in 'Sydney to .\lr. G. Powell. P.P., Cootannm!ra.--The stehvards have power t- disqulify the rider of a winner for foul riding, and allow the win of the horse to stand. It xwas done at Moonee Valle...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING SHARES.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

MINING SHARES.-iContinued.) _____I _ . . . .l(Rise SCompany._ _ Bu. Sell. Sales. I Fl Cathcart Central ..34/9 ]35/ 34/0 F0/3 Cathcart Victory . 1/5 1/8 1/8 F0/2 Cent. Excelsior.. 1/10% 2/ 1/10% RO/1' Cent. Plat. Extd. 1/6 2/0 Cent. 1R., W. & B. 20/ - Chamlpion...... 0/0I - Constellation .. .. 5/) 0/ I Duke Extd .. ... .9/ti 9/10 10/1 9/ 9F0/4 Duke, M.L. Cousolsl 5/3 - 0/ FO/3 Easter Monday . 4/ 3/9 F0/1 Edna May ....... 50/0t 57/ 157/ 57/1 F0/i. 50/9 " Do. (month) . 7/3r'7/ - Edna May Centra 17/2 17/t. 17/3 IR0/2 Edna May South .. 0/3 0/7 . Frenchman's eef 1/ i 1/9 1/t 1/7 IRO/2 Garden Gully Ud.[ - 6/3 Golden Age .... 6/0 87 Golden Pyke .... 31/6 31/9 31/ - •81/0 Gt. Boulder .. .. 13/9 14/3 Gt. Extd. lHustler's 10/ 11/ Gt. Extd. Tunnel, ]d.... .. 0/3 - Gt. Langi Logan .. 4/13 I4/4• 13/10 3/0 U0/5 I 1 4/2%f, Gt.. Sautherno .. .1 3/ti 4/6": Gt. bouthern Cons.I 15/1 1 i/ /15/81FO/ti Hope. . 9/ Hope Extd. . 3/'0 4/3 I Johnsou'' ed . - - ' 181 Kyarra . .. 4/i 7/ ]..angi Logan Cen...

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