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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

? Exhibitions. ? PASTORAL a AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY For the districts of Tumbarumba and Upper Murray. THE SEVENTH ANNUAL SHOW Will be held on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, M -A. IR O ZE3I 1O So 11, At the SOCIETY'S SHOW GROUND, Tumbarumba Parade, Tumbarnmba. Tuesday, 3rd March, last day for General Entries. Late Entries to 7th March ; fine, 2s. 6d. A MONSSifslveral hundred prizejyjjfSCTed are xX^befollowCag :— ' ? -*40^~ SSmi B— Sectiorl 9. — Best ^-jiaiden Hunter, to f -$tey not less* than llst-3' Ihree lences 3ft. * ,^)in7%j,gh, Pf|?e, £5 53^ Jbl&sB B%Section 10. — ftest Weight-carrying # Hunter, i2a_t lets than 12jjj^_£ly;ee fences 4ft. Jf high. Pri§e,f$£25 ; eeCDfi'd/'h&se to receive & £5 from theorize. § j^^-*©^s%— Section.— Best Ladyil Hunter, to be ^e**^ lidjen by a&adg^. Three hurqjes 3ft. 6in. high. Prjze, £6 6g ; £%oiid horjfpo receive £1 la. fjpn the pfize. % v^^ ^{86 Class B-* Section^, 10, and 11, the entrance jps will be tg non-members of the Soci...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

One cold dry an old wcinan entered a BhOp and sat down in front of &n iron eafe to wattu hir feet, After sitting for some 550 minutes she remaiksd that ehe ' never did like tbcttt bind of stoves J they don'S throw 9at «^tg«)« {\ny b^^,' -

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

CHA84&. GRIFFITH and CO. '8 AUC. TiQ|r salemh WodoD|l Fortnig£|Iy Market.— TueBday, 3rd MaB|h, f$ - - j0 Bxtens^T Farnifjfe Pale tm;ft Sprinpfleld,' Ma&ley-s^£k— ThuK^sy, 5 th March. Tallan^feMa/ket#rDat^f|^&e fixed. Albury B|$tnj^tlyf|&^3P- Wednesday, 11th Ma^Mr W-m' Riverina^Wool, Hide, and Produce Co. Ltd, 'a next Sale of Wo-M, Hides, Skins, Tallow, &C— Friday, 201 h March. ? I ? § % TU^DAY.3hd#IAR(||. f^HAS. LfGRIFFIt^nd Co. wt^sell by \J auctiojf at their yardJ^Wodonga,^ Tues* day, 3rd Maiph, at 11 o'clc^l^jharp, ^ 40FatCajlle 70 Mixe| Steves t 200 Sheej? (fat and stored). ^ SPLENDID RIVER FRONTAGE BLOCKS, For auction at Wodonga ON MONDAY, 16th MARCH, At 12 o'clock sharp. fiHAS. L. GRIFFITH and Co. have received \J instructions from Hen: :y Street, Esq. , Kiewa, 'to sell by auction as above pi3 MAGNIFICENT FROH£$CE PROPERTY, CommM^g 1229a. Ir. !j6p. freehold, on the Sfewaftr Little Biv^r, adjoiniogjihe Kiewa ^4^tter]||actory, and-four mil...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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VICTORIAN COURTS. ASSIZE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

VICTORIAN COURTS. ASSIZE COURT. Beeohworth ? Tuesday, March 1?. GENERAL SESSIONS. Beeohworth ? Wednesday, April 18, COUNTY COURTS. Beechworth ... ... Wednesday, April lfi. Chi'tern ? Tuesday, April 14. Wodonga ? Wednesday, March 11, COURTS OF MINES. Br ech worth ... .*. Wednesday, Aptit 1 8» f hiltern ? Tuesday, April 14. Wodorga ... ??, Wednesday, March 11, PETTY SESSIONS, Beechworth ? Daily Betbanga ... ... Every Wednesday Corryong ? First Sat. each Mottth Ohiltern ^ ... Every Mondny, Wedue«« day, and Friday Eldorado ? Every Wednesday Kiewa ... M First Wed. each mcfltfe J Mitta Mitta ? Every Tuesday Myrtleford ? Every Friday Stanley ... .*, Second and fourth Tnofri day each month Tallangatta ? Every Wednesday Wodonga ... ... Every Thursday Yackandandah „. Kverv Monday.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY. THURSDAY, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. . ALBURY. Thubsday, February 27. ;?,-??? Wheat, 4s. I MELBOUKNE. !'? ??.?'? Wednesday, February 26. I : Wheat.— The local market is steady at 6s, at £ which price a fair parcel has bein sold. Medium 'V wheat has been sold at 4s. 11J1. ;? Flour. — Association rates are unaltered at I £12 7s 6 J for country and £12 1 03 for town j: roller delivered. I; Bran and Pollard.— The association rates are 5 unchanged at Is Id delivered. 1 Barley. — Medium quality Victorian has been | sold at 4s 2d, and good maltirg barley has been t Bold in the country at equal to 4s 8d. Cape .-I] barley ia in pood demand, and r.bout 360 bags ir have been sold at 3s 7 J'i to 3s 81. ;! Oats. — Seed Algerian have been fold at 33 3d i Medium to good feed have been sold at 2 « lid :? -o 3s Id. Stout oats are quitt t-fc 3s to 3s 2d v Prime seed Tartarian have been Bold at 3s 2d to $ S3 3d. ?' Maiz-». — At auction 599 bags were offered, :'- and 459 bags were offered at 3a 8d to 3s...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

? ??^???A'i; IB ~lP ^ ' I ii ip- fjl\ *w!% i3' Sri S Ini , p' #? ? '' ' '' -» '''??' '' ?? „„„_ /*- ;, ... . ? ___^f ? ... V?.* ? _ v i _ «=i 'HWiAifk njij|_igij» ^e§k?^ '%Vy' i ,.,^»i ? ? . ? . _.. ., * ? , _ ? v i* Q* -r~*^-J ^^'^ /^~™?533 ... . ^___ ? ' ? ~ - a™ BSi^sa §Sa Pi t^^v^ if^^vi ^P ^H d£S^'» I ^ , f*K3 /''SX /*^r I v^i'1-- .??!!iis,Tr1T-': y*£?^i /^t1?*5^ x-^^^s ifg^^ad ^jap— ^i / JL lluu AiicS. A/UU OIjI HJ1I.A. OiL tzJDxy JLduRJJuulJo o UL Oilfefutr'UU -&J&» OUL« v. '? ' - / X ? ' JL 7 . Li',' .. ? ? ? ' ? Public Notices. ? ~ CITY CAPE, Dean- street, JUbury, Jf ^||ROPRIJ$COB. NowJpheSii^aipf haaMr-me to J!p% J.T. is Jj? £ J|reparedj§to Sura^^fe - |F qgoioi;g^:Jf f u§ Best Con^^^X*?^ ^|waya kept. MEALS & l|ffHT REFRESHMENTS fiAlways ready. Regular Supplies of Pish, Oysters, Lobsters & Prawns THE HUME SHEEP DISTRICT' SHEEP and LARGE STOCKOWNERS or informed that the following NOM^A.. TIONS were lodged with me on the V -a fagt ._ * FOR BOAR...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ALBURY ANNUAL RAGES. NOMINATIONS. FIRST HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

ALBURY ANNUAL RAGES. ? ; ? ^ ? NOMINATIONS. FIBST HTJBDLE RACE, : Of 15 bovs. 'About two miles. ' ? .-, . . W. M Heriot'a Signal Joan Hickey's Good Evening W. Evans's Goldleaf . - ' Andrew Hore'a Planet . . ' J. Cain's Mountaineer . ,, '_''?,' John M'Donald's BclfoBt ~ v D. Donovan's Barbingel ..'....-' M. Plynn's Rainbow .,??._, J. M'Donald's Sinister - -.^ ~ Jno. M'Donald's Glendower . ~ ; J, M'Laughlin's Greystanea. ' ' ' *? - ? THE ALBUBY CUP, '' ' Of 50 sovs. One mile and a quarter, — . . .„ J. P. Smith's Flaneur .' -1 . v W. EvanB'a SuDfly John A. Stubau'a Glenholm P and W. Mitchell's Warwe . ., rj . - E. R. Reece's Horizon ' . ? * ; C W. Brewer's Catspaw W. C. Bain's Bonnie Heather H. Hoyated's Wicket . ? Jas. Patterson's Carrington. ' . - ? SECOND HUBDLE RACE, Of 15 sovs. About two miles., . W. M. Heriot's Signal % ' ' John Hickey's Good Evening W. EvanB's Goldleaf a.;.. Andrew Hore's Planet J. Cain'd Mountaineer ,.-? ?1,:i - ? John M'Donald'a Belfast ' ' D Donovan's Barbing...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

Nominations op the Aibuby Annual Races. — Tntse closed on Wednesday eveuinf , and lull particulars will be found ia onoth6i co!un)!i. Tb-5 «tcsttary ir.fontn us lhat fivt io\i':i«ti'.-!\3 criuio tco .!^p, which wan j-toi- ahlj n\v»v« to tl'ti N'ur ol dosing bc-'ug 6 o'clock instead oi 9 as pctviously.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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COROWA RACES. NOMINATIONS. COROWA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

C0R9WA RAGES. — . — ^_ ? ,: ? ? NOMINATIONS. 00B0WA HANDICAP. V Sheet block Horizon B:nnie Heather Newsgirl Hirnnda Wicket Glenmore Flaneur Blue Eyes Bullntella Armada Lindsay Caispaw during ton Lindenow. WELTER HANDICAP. Liberty Anchor Bonnie Heather Sheetblcck ChirtureuBe Widgiewa Publican Hirunda Young Applause Bullatella Radoo Sandstone. Gionmore Sinister FLYING HANDICAP. Newsgirl Catspaw Boanio Bullotella Anchor Ariadne Lynette Florida Lindsay Flaneur ? Hirunda Lindenow Armada Horizon Mab Oncia Kadoo Sandstone. Glenmore Blue Eyes

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ALBURY WATERWORKS DEBT. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. THE GOVERNMENT DEMAND IMMEDIATE PAYMENT OF £1480. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

ALBURY WATEitWOIRS- DEBT. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. THE GOVERNMENT DEMAND IMME DIATE PAYMENT OF £1480. A special meeting of the Council was held on Wednesday night to consider a letter received from the Crown Solicitor's Cfflce demanding £1180, amount of one year's interest on account if water snpply. There were present — The Mayor, and Aldermen Billson, Ohenery, Hodge, (ones, Ashby, Adams, and Garkeeki The. Mayob explained that on acconnt of receiving this letfc r he thonght it necessary to call a special meeting to fully discuss the matter. .Chere were also two other matters to consider, *iz., the TeBignahou of the herdsman and the throwing up of the contract for trenching in the park by the tenderer. As regards the water supply question, he thought it better, if possible, to devise some means to meet the Government other than go to law with them. It would be better to Bend some one down to interview Mr. Voting, and try and get some reduc'.ions or con aemonB in the way of ad...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A TRYING EXPERIENCE. ENTOMBED FOR 26 HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

A TRYING EXPERIENCE. ? $ ? ENTOMBED FOR 26 HOURS. Peter Martell, a miner, was walking through a tunnel at Nelbothery, in the Byinb-ila district, on Friday last, wbtn the earth gave way, and completely buried him. A orack in the fallen earth admitted air, and Martell having a pocket knife in Mb hand managed to free his month and nose from the dirt bo as to aimit snffloient air to keep him alive. Ho remained in that position ior about 2G hours, his sufferings being bo ereat that he several limes attempted to cut his throat, but failed. His rescue waB. however, effected in a moist remarkablo manner. On Saturday hie two sons, eged 10 and 7 respectively, anxious to account for his absence on Friday night, went to look lor him, and, after searching for s me considerable time, they walked ou the heap ol earth benenth which their father waa buried. He, bearing their voicen, called to them for assistance. The children ran to a. neighbour close by, and three men wont to theiesoiio, nnd rumove...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

LATEST TELEGRAMS. I (From Newspaper Press Association.) Sydney, Thursday. A prospector named John Devlin, residirg at a restaurant in Ecskine-street, mistook a window opening on the street for the door oi his apartment and fell on the pavement, a dis tance of 15ft., sustaining shocking injuries which will-probably pgove fatal. A deputation, consisting of members of Par* lloment, to-day interviewed the Minister frt L\nde, and 4irged t ho necessity for suappndirg p iy men t of interest npon conditional,,, pi r chases for 12 months in cases where the sell c \ is, owing to bad seasons and the general c'e. preseion, were unable to meet their obligatior e, Mr. Oatruthers, in reply, declined to make at j general rule in the direction suggested, \x\ promised that no hardships should be caus- d by the action o! the Department wherever seasonable cased could be shown. John Davidaon, late member of the firm of Davidson and Johnson, solicitors, Qoulboun , was arraigned in the Crimlmal Court on ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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INCOME TAX EXEMPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

INCOME TAX EXEMPTIONS. ?» ? Au important dec'sion in connectijn with iocomo tax exemptions was given in the Supreme Court, Victoria, on Tuesday last, and as, no doubt, similar conditions will prevail in this colony, tbe facts are reproduced. The provisions under which the income tax is collected are necessarily of an inquisitorial character, and in a limited community thiQ has been regarded as ouo of its chief objections. That income should contribute its fair quota to the expense of the Sure is admitted, buc as to how thin shall bo enforced opinions differ materially. The department entrusted with the carrying out of the act passed by the Victorian Parliament have, it may be claimed, shsv/n great consideration in not pressing too severely on the community. It is, however, clear that interpre tations of the provisions cf the act may differ materially, and when these occur the decision of the law courts on the questions in dispute are of great importance The judgment delivered on Tue...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SUMMARY OF LATE HEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

SUMMARY OF LATE S3EWS. A new serum care haa been discovered fotf typhoid fever. Mr. J. O. Lees, of Naraudera, has been awarded a certificate by the Royal Humane Society. The Minister for Lands told the selectors* deputation yesterday he would not make any general rule re suspension of payments He promised, however, that no hardship should be caused by departmental action where reason* able cause was shown. A Ooulburn solicitor was arraigned yesterday on a charge of stealing £1400. The case was not finished when we went tQ press. Payable gold has been struck at Back Creek, near Braid wood. The Rev. James Claike has issued wriU against the sheriff for assault The Minister for Mines yesterday visited Braid wood. A large number of new magistrates will ha appointed shortly. The conference of Premiers will take place on 4th March. All the colonies will be represented except New Zealand and WeBt Australia £32,000 has been expended on eand-shifting in the Centennial Park. The value of the w...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

ENO'S 'FRUIT SALT.'— Ia pimples and blotches on the face, sallowness of tbe skin, and depression oMspirits, it is most useful, for not the least ojpls recongflendations is its resem blance to Ml in tbd|!|.itural way in which il r lieves tile ffstem gfejjfete or poisonous matter which, U rlfvnedjql^sons tho blood ; and its advantages {ftfor Mm§i0ge that i^^n be always at hand wheft|rp^ciired^^gS3S5piration has be«sn truly styled'^wie of tbo triumphs of modern chemistry. In hot or foreign climates it is in valuable, It allays nervous excitement, and restores the nervous system to its proper condi tion (.by natural means). In the nursery it is beyond praise. S.ld by all Chemists and Stores. A telegram froth Walcba states that Sergeant Biffin, getting ou the trail of Woodford, a well-known raceborse belong ing to Mr. Hooke, which was reported stolen from Tia Station, rode over 1C0 miles in Jl hou*s through mountainous country on Friday nig'it, and, with the aasiHtance of the Wauchope po...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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FLOTSAM AND JETSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

FLOTSAM AMD JETSAM. — ? v (By H.N.T.) ' Speak naught but kmdlj.' ' It is a rather peculiar anomaly that in the ' protection accursed ' colony of Victoria» ' where wages are down to a ' starvation point ' —at any rate the ireetraderB tell us so— you read of a crowd of weil-dreesed, and, apparently, well- to-do people, numbering, according to cffioial returns, some 76,000, paying Is. admis sion to the Australian Natives' Gala in the Melbourne Exhibition a few weeks back, The crowds I have seen at the Melbourne Oup, foot* ball and cricket matches, composed mainly of the working classes, do not appear to be having their ' vitals eaten out' by protection. I have Bfj mrned in Sydney, and I have never seen Euch crowds there. But I have seen great numbers of unemployed, half-starved wretches walking the streets, or lounging in the parks. But of course these people come from the 'other colonies ' A member of the staff of one of the ? Sydney 'dailies' and myself counted 213 one night sleeping...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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TASMANIAN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

TASMANIAN LETTER. ? ? «' ? (From M, M. Ryan.) Duiing the past three months Hobart has had the usual kflux of visitors from all parts of Australia, Thongh the number was not so large as during the Exhibition year, yet it waB in excess of any of the previous years. The 12 warships that are attached to tbe Australian Squadron have been in the eBtuary of the Derwent for nearly three weeks. They had been 12 days in Impression Bay, daily exercising the sailors and officers in war tnai oe'ivring. before coming to spend their time in the harbor. During their stay here a detachment from each ship was taken across the bay to Bellevue and exercised on laud iu evolutions four days in each week, to prepare for emergencies that may arise BEGATTA AND BAOBS. The rcgitta on 29th ult, was attended ty about 20,000 people in the Domain. The pro gramme of 10 sculling races from single to five oared among civilians and six many oared races among the rquadron troops in their boats am' cutters, besides 10 ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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WALBUNDRIE V CULCAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

WALBUNDBIE V OULOAIRN. These teams played at Culoairn on Saturday, 22nd inBt. The former arrived on the ground at 1 1 o'clock, and play commenced shortly after wards, F, Clear, who captained the Wnlbundrie men, y-m tho tog? acid, eteQfcgd to b.^, T. ho tsat^ made a good stand and were not dismissed until over 150 appeared on the board. Good scores were made by J. Batv?istle, Russel, and F. Cleer with 45, 35, and 3 1 respectively. '- Entwistle was missed two or three times ia the early part of bis innings, but afterwards played well ; he was at the wickets for about two hours. Russell was missed at cover once, otherwise his contribution was first class. I did not notice any blemish in F. Cleat's innings, which was distinctly good The other doubles were B Patterson and E. Quinn with 13 and 10. Tbe former never seemed at home, but the latter must be complimented as he played well without practice. On taking the wickets Calcairn made bat a short stay, being dismissed by F. Clear, 6 wick...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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BUNGOWANNAH V. GOOMBARGANA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

BUNGOWANNAH V. GOOMBARGANA. A match between the above clubs was played on Saturday last on the Goombargana ground, and after a friendly contest Bungowannah won somewhat easily by an innings and 39 runs. R. White won the toss from Captain S. R Shipard of the opposing team and sent them in to bat, but a big stad was not expected on account of the absence of some of their best players, and they were all disposed of for 39, W. Ge rge playing good cricket for top score 14. Bun gowanoah then went to the wickets and suc ceeded in compiling 116, of which Dod Kelton, who appeared to treat the bowling with little respect, made 52 not out, T. Ferguson 26, and Jas. Chambers 11 also showed good defence Goombargana's second attempt was no improve ment on the first, and only yielded 38. During the progress of the gam9 Sr R. Shipard on fielding a fast drive received a painful blow on the cheek, but luckily nothing more than a black eye resulted, The following are the sooieB : — Goombargana. First I...

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THURGOONA v. BONEGILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

THUBGOONA v. BONEGILLA. The following were the scores in the above match, which was played on Saturday last at Thurgoona : — Thubgoona. Ja9. Day, c Rowley, b Martin ... ... 41 E. Hore, b Boyd ? ... 4 Weissel, c Studham, b Martin ... ... 15 Hall, b Maher ... ... ? 24 Neal. c Kelly, b Maher ? 24 W. WignelL not out ? 18 Burrows, s and b Studham ? 5 R. Wignell, c and b Maher ? 1 Hill, b Studham ? 0 Frauenfelder, b Studham ? 0 Conness, c Rowley, b Studham - ? 3 Sundries ? .. ? 5 Total ? M 140 BONKQILLA. Rowley, b Hall ...... ... .„ ' ;„ [ '.'.. 0 Ryan, b Frauenfelder ? ' ...' - .„ 0 Boyd, b Hall ? ... ...14 Studham, c Hore, b Burrows ? 10 Martin, b Hore ... ... ... ... ,„ 8 Kelly, o Fraunfelder, b Hore ? ' ' ... 4 Egan, not out ? ? 3 Saudries ;, ? - ... 1 Total for Bix wickets .. ? 35

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