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Greek Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Greek Pudding. Flavour one quart of new milk by boil ing in it for a fpiv minutes half a stick of well-bruised cinnamon or the thin rind of a lemon, add a small saltspoonfoil of salt and three ounces of sugar, and turn into a deep basin. When the milk is cold add to it two or three well-beaten eggs, and strain the mixture into a pie aisn. -jover une cop entirely wiui slices of brown bread, buttered on both sides, fltting in the bread so, that it joins neatly. Bake the pudding in a slow oven, and serve with warmed treacle in a sauce boat.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Far Too Safe. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Far Too Safe. '? An ingenious mechanic in Birmingham constructed a safe which he stated to be absolutely burglar-proof. To con vince the incredulous of the fact, he placed £1000 note in his pocket, had hJm self locked in the safe, and declared that he would give the money to the man who unfastened the door. All the blacksmiths, carpenters, and U.i»ln« !h +\.a /W%1141+1.1.' Kai'A iiPf^ll ll-~ir- IJUlKlttia 1X1 bile vwu*n.ij iiia.*^ «*.«. «~. ing, and blasting, and beating at that safe for a week with every kind of tool and explosive mixture known to science, and tlie man is in there yet ! He has whispered through the keyhole that he will make the reward £10.000 if somebody will only let him out. He has convinced everybody tWat It is the safest safe ever invented. Fears are entertained that the whole concern will have to be melted down in a. blast furnace before he is released, and efforts are to be made to pass in through the keyhole a fireproof jacket to protect the inventor while t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Great Head from Wayback. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

A Great Head from Wayback. Mr. Hardacre (just returned from city): 'Tell yer what, Becky, I've been a darned fool to let my money lay in th' savings bank at 3 per cent all these years, when they pay 50 per cent down ter New York.' Mrs. Hardacre : ' I don't believe they pay no such Interest !' Mr. Hard'acre : ' Oh, yer don't, Mrs. Smarty, don't yer ? Well, yer Uncle TJin.t^4«jv*.A Sue* lrtanprl nnr* Hlltirirpd dot lars at that rate ter day. I'll tell you how I done it. I met a right slick-lookin' young man In front of the Astor House, and he says ter me. says he, ' Sir. I would like to borrow one hundred dollars, for which I will pay 50 per cent interest.1 ' But,' says I, ' I don't know yer, and ?how am I to tell that you will pay nie the inlei-est ?' ' If you doubt me, sir,' stays he, ' I will pay you the 50 per cent in advance.' Well, that looked safe enough, so I gave him two fifty-dollar notes, and he paid me one of them back for tlie interest right on the spot. I'm to meet him a...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Women Cyclists. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Women Cyclists. Fashionable cycling is firmly estab lished now in Italy, and a number of celebrities have yielded '.o its irresistible fascinations. In St. Petersburg, where the police have put such severe restric tions on cycling, a few women have received special permits to ride in 'the streets. It was reported that the first to outain permission had had a bad ac cident, which had caused the whole tiling to be stopped, but this lias since been denied. In Paris a lady while out rldine with her husband was dragged off her machine by a gang of cycle snatchers. Her husband -was some dis tance behind at the time, and so it was thought that she was unprotected. One of the thieves was caught, and im prisoned. It is to be hoped (remarks an English paper) that this-sort of thing will not become common, not only abroad but here also, no* that so many women ride about unaccompaaled. Al ready, organised gangs are known to be working in London and other places who make a special profession of ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Hasty Conclusion. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

A. Hasty Con- lu«ion. Most people admit that sarcasm veiled by urbanity is doubly galling. ^ In this respect the ' woman on wheels ? particularly if she be attired in the Kd-called rational dress— sometimes oc cupies the unenviable position of re ceiver-general. A certain lady recently fell a victim to tiip nnnnlar on**r.e. and on one occasion. arrayed in full cycling regalia, visited a garrulous old woman, to whom she occasionally despatched parcels of 'broken food and so on. ' Good morning, Susan,' said the lady. ' I have brought you a small parcel containing tea and sugar, and you will also find a nice warm flannel petticoat.' ' Thank ye, me leddy,' replied the old dame, scanning the portly donor from top to toe. ' I thank ye for the tea and sugar, but I wouJd rayther not take the petticoat.' 11 Not take the petticoat ?' iterated the surprised lady. ' W-why ?' ' Well, me leddy, beggin' yer pardon for being so bold, but seeln' as 'ow yer leddyshlp 'as to cut the malster's trousers...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Short Story. A Happy Bride. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Short Story, A Happy Bride. T «in't realise ft ! If it wasn't for the ring oil the third finger of my left hand, and tlie pair of man's boots turning out their toes on tlie bedroom 'hearth up Bti\Uv. I should certainly think I had been asleep and dreaming. People always used to say, from my girlhood up. that Penny Ltlhavwi wsis born to be an -old maid. I wasn't, a pretty child. My eyes were 'too big, and my hair grow too low on my forehead. And then 'I Diad a way of always put tin«r .tilings nwwy and tidying up rooms, ant] 1 couldn't bear to see sinyiliins in the way of carelessness or disorder ; so the people would look at me and lauffh and «iiy : ' Oli, «lie'JI i-e an old iuaJ-], as sure .-in fate.' ltoydon Grey was the most merciless tease of them all. I was always afraid of him when we went to school to Keilier. for he used t» call me mimes, and twit m«wifli my snub nase and big eyes. r haled Koy Grey, and yet there was something about the lK-y I couldn't help liking after all. ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Kis Own Words* Experts said hecbuid notbecurec5 HIS PERFECT CURE A SURPRISE TO EVERYBODY. (from thi Frtiimn't Journal.) (iiv 6Sb own kitronTKB.) r^r. J. HivjIcss, of HawUosvtsw, -Suil.jfurd N.&.W., is now --u» of li.b ? iiiim-eel ami Jifa'i'.iuFt-lookiiig jneii on* -iu!-: inwt in ft day'i m.ivuli. We hrard ? ii:it f 3i Ii ve lunu y-^nlt lit) ha-l W'n h torriMo -nJ.:Per, *ai WiRt » course -if: Cienn-rtt* Ttm'v: hmi i.i-iniiV''.'ly rgftofod bis heattli, c.n till- |inp'r ( The frm n't Journal, Syd ney) '(is|i,t' liiii ii rejmrler lo son him. ' V- u l.»:ii a» lloui;'! VMu'it i.erer had k ?Uy's illness in yunr lifu,' mid our m^Mirtar ?.u ni^i'i'.' ???-. JIo'-l;n.'. ' I innj- luok well tnoogh now,' Wfti Um ?.?oply, ' nn-l Wy Hftatth la Perfe-vt, ;il niirc I . us etmuk il wn for -Icutli. Th* . '?! ib l.'i-e giri'ii mo up. mi 1 It soemwl iU : : ? t n - ^ i i ii li.jin ii!mii-iu-l f«r nm bnt lo -.oiti i ii--, ktl.irsul Vliit wur'lii buJ javjwrc ?-rih« r.t-jc'.' ' Von i:\-nt li.iv-i h...

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Longevity of Pilots. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Longevity of Pilots. A Blue-book, containing an 'Abstract of Returns Relating to Pilots and Pilotage in the United Kingdom,' has lately been issued. From this we gather some facts as to the longevity of pilots. The number above 70 years of age is really marvellous when the conditions of their daily life are taken into account. So numerous are the pilots ' in the sixties' that they hardly count at all. Hartle jjuui ban u\jtxm i. rt \j \jl iucqc uiic uju Oc£L~ dogs aged 74 and another of 73, Sunder land one of 72, the ports of the Tees one of 74, one of 73, and one of 72, the ports of the Tyne one of 83 (Mr. Henry Young, apparently the oldest pilot on the active list), one of SO (Mr. James Blair), two of 70, two of 75. two of 74, two uf 73, one of 7l and two of 71. The whqle of thesa patriarchs are included in what is known as ' the sea pilotag-e district,' being licensed to pilot vessels throughout the entire district of the Tyne. Moreover, of tlie twenty-seven pilots of the North Se...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Feminine Diplomacy. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Feminine Diplomacy. ' And you are quite sure, my dsfiugu fer, that you tore exhausted every meattie in. your power to taiduoe ih'is 3ord eUlp to i-ix-pose ?' SiiSd ifflie grand and regal Mm Van Billions to her beautiful amd accormplWlied 'hopeful. ? j ' Evoiyttiing. maanm'a,' ireplled'the analiden (hoi-elessly. ' You even tovelgiled 1iini under tihe niteitHetoe ?' ' Ygb, 'but he was to© deaise to taike tihe ariirt.' ?*? ' And you 1old him of papa's weaMili?' ' Oli. 1 gave Mail itilm sum in roiuid 'jiuuibeiw. eirmigS] 'to staggw1 amyboily etee, Juit ilie ronwiliaied marble oold to me.' ' Ami you ga.ve liim a. hundred -yard dash of your Fmaieh. just, it) whow Jiian Jiow utjeoiuirtifiiieid you were ?' ' Oh, yets, tonleeid. Hut .he t.unnefi a deaf i'm: I aim very iniunh afnaJd 1ili:nt ?he JiaSihSs eye ujKai Ulm't De-fcroflit lieSiwn, ami lihait it 'is 'iiSp and rui:k between U8.' ' lit moist nevej- 'be aaiybody but you, my Oftii1 !' oi1ied tihe t-x-iri'tcil iiwIiIrm-. ' We 'juust resorl...

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An Impostor Found Out. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

An Impostor Found Out. The Ingenuity of an oculist was dis played in a dase Ijefore the courts not long ago. A workman in a factory, care lessly using his hammer, let it slip from his hand, and It struck a fellow work man in the left eye. Curiously enough the blow did not leave a. scratch, and it seemed as if no Injury had been done to the orgtan. ? Nevertheless, the workman he had lost the power of sight with his left eye, and he brought an action before the court for compensation, refusing all offers of compromise. The employer -retained an eminent oculist, who swore, after examination, Chat the workman's left eye was as good ae his right. The plaintiff, stil) holding to his plea that he could not see anything with his left eye, the oculist proposed a test Upon a black card a few words were written In green ink ; and the plaintiff was asked to put on a pair of coloured spectacles and read the card If he could. Without hesitation he did so, and thereui-on was denounced as a perjure...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Sketcher. At a Cowboy's Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

The Sketchcr. At a Cowboy's Funeral. There was a large gathering of cow boys at the Mesquite Much of the l'cL-os to attend the funeral of Charlie Heed, who had been killed by the fall ing of bis hor.se on the round-un two days before. The coltiii was ylaced be side the oneu grave beneath a great cotton wood tree, mid, standing at the head of the corusu, 1'ouy Bill, ' the l^fiwlmv Piii»:ii'.li(»r.' -;\\A ? Hoys, I hardly know w'at kind of a talk to give you on this sad occasion. Kor several years I have worked with you on the ranges, aud have preached to you in my awk'ard way every time 1 could round up a bunch of you, an' hold you to listen to me, but 1 war' never afore called on to talk in the pre sence of death. Day afore yesterday this poor, dead boy here tbrowed on his saddle an' j-odu out with you iu joyous spirRs, singin' the songs o' the ranger. Little did lie thwi dream that he was ridin' right into the bog of eternity ! While citliiiu' a steer out o' the bunch his boss stru...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

BRIEF MENTION. At the Young Quarter Sessions, three men, supposed to have been con- cerned in the robbery at Messrs. G. W. Barlow & Co's, premises, were convicted of a similar offence, and re- ceived terms of imprisonment. Con- stable Stewart, of this town, was called to identify them, which he did to the satisfaction of Judge and jury, the Judge paying him a well-merited compliment for the manner in which he gave his evidence. Applications are invited by the Public Service Board for a telegraph messenger at Narromine. Applicants to be between 14 and 16; salary, 10s.   per week to commence, advancing to £1 per week, and to take the chance   of being cashiered at the ago of 20, which, to say the least of it, does not offer a very handsome inducement to   lads about to commence the hard     journey of life. Applications to be sent to the P. S. Board, Sydney, be- fore 21st inst. * * * The annual municipal election...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Spray. Quilt Right. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Spi-ay. Quite Klein. At a Police Court one day the presid ing magistrate contained that 4i» did not believe in a pajple of the. oviileuut given Jiy some wiifossoN \n a certain case that had been brought before him. 'i believe that they have every one of them told lies,' said lie. Up rose a lawyer in the court. ' Your worship,' said be. '?] have yet io rnll'a witness on whose veracity tlie court may ivly.' A boy was then placed in tha witness box who stared around him like a wild animal. 'My boy,' said the lawyer, 'you are expected to tell the truth, the whole truth, aud nothing but the truth. Do you understand ?'' Boy : ' Yes, sir.' lawyer : ' Tell the court, now, whore wicked people go to who don't lell 1lie truth.' Boy (staring nervously round him. and looking up sit. the magistrate): 'They come here, sir.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Sketcher. Posthumous Memoirs of a Crocodile. Life, Activities, and Death of Long Tom, [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

The Slictcher. Posthumous Memoirs uf a Crocodile. I.ilr, Activities, nail Urmli ol Ijone Tom. An enterprising journalist has lately secured the posthumous memoirs of an ancient rtud well-known crocodile, aud published ilium in the, ?? Pioneer Mall.' For the buuellt of Kiiglish sponko logists we are impelled to give Koine extracts from this unprecedcuteil com munication from the other side. The crocodile speaks fondly of Saugor Island, as indeed was only natural ; for on the island was a community of obscene recluses, who encouraged the sell-iuiiuolaUou of huiuim lsuiugs— nol hopelessly diseased creatures, hut young meu and maidens without a blemi.sU, and tender liabes. In front «f an idol was a rude frame like Ihat of u chai'puy, supported by struts. Attached to it was a seat like that of au easy chair, with a foot-rest, that formed a lever, -and worked on pivots; Hinged behind the back of the chair, exactly where the neck of the occupant would be, was a. cruel scythe-like blade, as...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Short Story. Her Brother's Sin. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

khort Story. Her» Brother's Sin. I She wns a~ beautiful woman, despite I the hunted look in her eyes— a woiuau ? liuopli; delighted to gaze upon. Even I ohiMren ivould run back, liavlng passer] H her, for another glance at the lovely ? face ; she »l ways iisul a pleasant word ? fur the HiUe ones. Sbe lived quid* alone ? in lier beautiful lioiue, and Wilde no ? friends. I ? I'iiul Trciuaine watched the tall, sad I fiicedi;irl who daily psissed his duor, aud ? t wondered why she kept herself aloof ? (loin lier neighbours. .Surely some great ? .sorrow must have fallen into lier life. ? She was young and beautiful ; what was ? iJie mystery tuiiTOUiidiug her ? ? He questioned his housekeeper on the subject. ' Mrs. Tomkius, do you know tlie uame of tlie lady whu lives in the oid house next this one, and who is always alone?'' 'Oil, yes, sir! That is Miss Wonder ly ; everybody nhout here knows Miss Elizuheib.' ' S.V-V has a History, then ?' ' They say so, sir, but no one can tell just what...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

NEW Scarcer (aoods J. J. Perbert & Go ffiffiAVE just opened np their new consignment oi Summer Goods, consito. WMl ing of the Latest Novelties in Muslins Zephyrs Prints Cashmeres Lustres Serges Also, a Choice Assortment of Millinery. LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, the very Latest ! Leghorns, Sailors, Galateas (boys and Girls) Zbrecp and 6un Hats a 6peeiliti{. T.J. Herbert* Co Are Agents for all kinds of Machinery, Pianos, Organs,^ Sewing Machines, and Bicycles. Also for Imperial Fire Insurance Co.* Ltd of London Capital £1,500,000 THS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR -S. WALLACE'S NEW ADVERTISEMENT FJ. RYAF, HERE YOU ARE ! ?'*?* ?: To order frcm 3i5&# Trousers from 14s. 6d, All Hand Made. No Factory Work. gH' Note the Address— W. foktuen, She Arcade Sailer, Viarrcmine . ? : ? 'j WHEAT. WHEAT. WHEAT. ? FREE STORAGE. ? Harrison, Jones, Devlin, Ltd., Sydney Are bow prepared to receive the New Season's Wheat, end to cuab'o Farmers to realise tho best possible rcnults, offer FREE STORAGE KO ...

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Nevertire to Warren Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Nevertire to Warren Railway. Mr. Deane, engineer-in-cbief for railways, has Fent in a report to the Minister for Works on the railway line from Nevertire to Warren. This line has been built on tbe day labor system, and Mr. Deane, in his report, states that the cost of it was £1661 be low the estimate, its total price being £36,065. Seeing the cheapness of ibis line, Mr. Yoong Las under con sideration the question whether, in two or three new lines that have yet to be constructed, be will carry them out on tbe same plan, and dispense with the aid of a contractor, or whether be will proceed in the old -way and call for tenders. He seems in clined to favor the day labor principle. In a cemetery on the Clarence a tombstone bears the inscription — ' Adele Ronald. 1866, I await, yon.' Beneath' this is: ' Louis Ronald. 1895. IJere al.' Some time back an ir reverent scamp scribbled at the bot. torn: ' He took bis time.' A Yorkshire tombstone bears the following :— Underneath this stone doth...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advice to Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Advice to Farmers. A etrn»gc!y shoujmIohs state of tliinpn t-sislfi («i?8 W. G. JlcK in tlie .A Bo iTPAUSJAN) iii pome of Hie ii^riculiurui pmr.fi of liie Cenlrul Divisimi of New Sfiufli Wales, which euittraco Dubbo, Karromine, Wellington, Mary vale, and Other places less itnporiaut in ft popu lation sense, thongb pei-fcupB equally so in rrgRid tn their agricultural produo tjvcucss. The peopJc of those 'district are *\'heat*growcrs on a very extensive scale, and many of them grow vi ry little rise than wlirat. Bailey will grow a!! right, but prices pvuhibit its cu'fmition, as:d oats cau be growr. tliough not successfully, There is some excuse, therefore, for neglecting the itco latter cereals, but tlw pica ol unprofitable prices or poor crops cai rot bo offered in refprct to the iu tumerftble crops that, can be frown \ - well there, and are not, and the man}1 ^ industries that could be followed with complete financial succoes, yet are ne glected. A hasty glanceovcr these crops end d...

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PERFECTLY WILLING TO WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

PEHPECTLY WILLING TO WAIT. ?? Hoy mooch is a. letter to Oireland ?' Bhe asked of the stamp cleik. 'Five cents.' ' Gimme a shtamp.' The stump was handed out. She looked at it critically. ' Sure, an' Oi don't loike the colour tiv it. Hev yc no crane shtamps V' ' No. That is the only colour in five-cent. stamps. I ' Sure, an' I seein' the newspayapers i somethin' about nsw colours of shtamps.' ' ' They are not issued yet, madauie. Will , you please tsKe your stamp and stop aside 1 Several persons arc waiting behind you.' ; ' In a minute, sorr. Ye are quite sure thot ye hov no grane shtamps ?' ! i ' (juite sure, madauie. That stamp will ' carry your letter to Ireland quit,? as well as a greeu one. Won't you please ? ' ' An' whin do yuz think tho grane shtami'S will be out ?' ' I can't tell, mariame, the crowd behind you is increasing, and the people are grow ing very impatient.' i ' Will they be out in a yare, think ye 7' ' ' Perhaps. It may be longer. I can't tell. ' But you must take ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Cricket. A rr;ckot. mainh -was played on the Irn-iil -rmi'i '. T-mbncbonjri(-.on Satnr* ?«.iv i-.i«it, ib- 2Ut. inst... bptween Tim lit-i b.«n.u- C C, nnd Kinn'B School, Tli ? prinripn! foMnres nf ihn match vi i»vi* the hnttiniT of Rov MeKillop atd t'i.' Ivjwlinr nf Miildlpton for tho Kchni-l, an' W. Bowcock for Timbrip b'i«'.'«'- Thi» firmer in the first iriri inuro «eoor -1 7 fnr 84., while in tVi RPO'iiiii ?\i'% -'iptnn;d 9 n* n vorv nmi^l c.i-». W. JViwcncVs fi^nren wero 12 nvi-p. 8 maiilnna, 8 rnnn. 5 wick'(fi. Tin' cM\' ?*- won » wpH-contCFteii liiiti-b by 12 rniiB. Following are tb^ rnIUc-tvs:— ?* Kisr»'s ?cnr-ni, — 14 Tnningo. K V, ?'*?? -? ami b A. Cnnmron ... 1 H M-1C lion, o nnd b Bowcock ... 44 F. H--i.lv. I. H.lliind ? 4 A Uv:-i ... b Hon-cnnk ? V' V. Vi'ivvtt. c nn'l b T?owcor!k ... 0 a. M.-KMlop, b F. Bullock ... 3 K. R . I-;-, p. and b P. Ballock ? ... 8 \. M'MiM.-tnn, b Bnwoonk ... 4 W. M^r.V, n nnd b P. T5nllor\- ... 0 C. \f irk. e and b A. TTolinn.l ... 0 .T. Diil...

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