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Scorpion v. Tarantula. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

Scorpion v. Tarantula, The greatest event which has taken place in Bonarza City since the town has been was the fight between a ecorp:on a tarantula, An eya witness of the affair gave the following descrip tion of the great straggle to a reporter .? — ' I've seen a good many fights since I struck this section of the country, but this lay out was the boss, for fan snd. excitement it equalled, in my opinion^ the big prize 6ght down the canon that Tom Daly took a hand in years «go. The ring waB broken ap, and every fellow with » fit-shooter pulled and turned on everything in sight. 'We pnt the two varminfa into a wash bowl, and when they both slid down to the bottom they had to fl-hr, and no mistake. There Was a little flat place at the bottom of the bowl wfcere they could ftand about four inches part. Well, as Boon as they were put in they stepped back a few paces and bega-% to pipe each other off. The tarantula, seeing tbe scorpion, just reared up on its liind legs and ehook his fist...

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An Editor's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

.An Editor's Troubles. (FBOM THE WEIXTSiGTOS 1STERTT5BB) A few errnmes ago, uy-m «t-anvcr the Fnnctum of the.editor of this journal, I found «»~ .m^;^;aOol Mated before a pile of MSS., prd looking the very picture of irisery and -? -|»-'i , . 's* »'jmji- ?!??: I'ruvr IB tip wjru yon ?*' I acted. ' Ah, Frank, my boy,' he FigV-ed, ' you msy bless your lucky stars that yra am not the conductor of ^ fcn»ny paper, CQ|ablisVed to wcourige colcmsl literature.' My curiosity was aroused. ''d I enquired the j»^.o— =F^^— ««r!rtt»_*' « Took . here,, my *rinnd.' manned f lie literary chief, aga bright trar trickled ever one of his green goggles ; ' throw ycur intoHectusl optics over this pile of prvtrv, too, tent in gratis for publication in our ? Minstrel* column, and tell me, {3 it pos i hle for human natsre to make no figh when so witch l'nrninrts is trust upon it 'at one fell ««oon ?* Thpre. are poems here of all styles pn-* length rahsjnjr/. from grave to gay, from live'y to severe.' Many o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

Burra Hospital. — Number of patients admitted, 12 ; discharged, 4; in hospital, 27.   Burra Institute. —The annual meeting of subscribers to Burra Insti- tute was held last night. A report of the proceedings appears elsewhere. The Cholera Scare. — The reported case of Asiatic Cholera at Port Adelaide turns out to have been one of English Cholera only. Strange Accident. — A woman named Matthews has died at Crystal Brook from burns received while driv- ing in a spring cart when from some   unexplained cause her clothes took fire. A Returned Townsman. — We are pleased to see that our respected towns- man Mr. T. Bath has returned to Burra from his trip home and that he appears thoroughly well after the journey. Noarlunga Election. — The election for Noarlunga took place on Tuesday last when the Hon. John Colton was returned by 99 votes in excess of the other candidate but the total of votes polled was very small. Legal.-- We notice that the late Mr. Hosier of C...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

Burra Corporation. 21O5SAT, JiKPABT 5. Present — Hit Worship the Mayor, (Mi. P. Lane, J.P.% Councillors Batofeelor, itidgwny, Duuitan, l)rcw and Lewii. Cr. Bichardson cent an apoloer which wii accepted. BUBVTK8. The minuto of Int meeting wen read and confirmed. B5FOKT8. The Mayor Bgnin called attention to the waterconne near Fusa'a which he had men tioned last meeting. Toe Xown Clerk reported as to rates out standing and as he included all those also, which had been excused to destitute applicants a long conversation ensued. It was pointed out that the rate was a property tax, and that property and not persons should be considered, also that the remission simply meant that the then occupant would not be proceeded against for the amount, but that the sum stilt remained a charge against the property. The Mayor and some of the Councillors objected to connter actmg die action* of past Councils and to Sad dling landlords with arrears in this war, but it being questioned bow the amount rr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

Pure, Sparkling, and Wholesome PALE, DARK & XXX ALES & PORTER.; In Bulk and Bottle. G. H. CATCHLOYE & C(X Hot Weather is Coming!!! Drink Otiffi I^mon Syrup, Peppermint^ ? ? ?* the best Ctove,-Hnger Brandy aad Wine, find rnweafc'' v ? lime Juice, Raspberry Vinegar. — ' ««* pittWSS.. -, ,. ?, , Bittare, Quinine, SareapnrilU, &c - .. . ??__ Cordials and — ???*? JBrated voter ST. IiIBOIT Sd SOIST, MANUFACTUKEBS, KOOBINCrA and YONGALA.. Assorted cases pnt np. NEW STOCK NOW READY. ?s w « « i ' III - Mowers, * - 1- . a a a Hakes - « |l III Pony Reapers. I ft| ? 9 « « ..*.-S -. 3ME3E5XaXaOR BROSo ADEDAIDE, KAPUHTDA and JAMESTOWN. 68- PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 PRIZE WINNOWERS 11 TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. ' JAMES ~ W H E A T L i Y^ MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Fanners of the Colony that last season he had to JHS/QEOSS Jf0 LK83 THAU 57 0KDEBS for_hia— . ? r~ -iJ¥'w^'r--- 0ELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING M4QHIIIES In coasegnence of sucfl orders being kepi bade ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

BASENESS DIRECTORY. 10 i. per quarter, 2i. discount if pud in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAXES;&,G0., Kodringa. COLES & GOODCHHJ-, Kooringa. BAKES. F. GEBITAHDT, Kooriaga. BOOTHA&ERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MiU. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. EL Foedeb. COI jONLAL MUTUAL.— F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holbeb. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. 3E' -A. 3EB. 3JaK S. APPILA. /»Q-| ACRFS Known aa SULLIVAN'S \)O-L a firet-elasa Farm in good heart, all ploughable a large portion has been cropped only one*. Plenty water. CRO ACRES, close to the Township, *--«'-' well improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1 AO A ACRES, GOO Acres jlooghable J-U/VV remainder Spendid Grazing Land. LACK EOCK. (V7(Z ACRES, adjoining Peking, one of the V / U Most Convenient Farms in the North, Bn'i Good Land. K AQ ACRES, capitally improved, Fine *J^fcO Lgnd, clo*e to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

?'??- ? ? — ? ? AUCTIONS. Tuesday, January, 20. AT RTL.iNDS. rOTA-KMSFS, ORAZIEi-S BUTCHEHS STOCK- DEALERS AND OTHERS. V»ULFU gTOEE SHuEP. OUUU LISTON, SHAKES, & CO are instructed by Henry Scott, Esq . to sell by suetion, at B^landt, near Kapundt., it 1 oVIack — 3,000 STORE WETHKB', Northern Bred, large framed, and in good cod dition * 1,000 lVime #afc Wethers i 000 Merino Eewes, in lamb 750 Lincoln Ewes and Lambs - 15 Lincoln Rsms, 2 tooth 68 Merino Bams, full*:nouth ASD 6 Head Fat Cattle. In lots to auit purchasers. Iterate — Approred Bills. Imnoh at noon. kiSCELLANEOUsT Distress in Ireland* JPUBLtO APFElfcv fTHTlB sad scenes of misery and abject povertj J_ no* being witnessed in ecery part of Ireland has led to the formation of a Central Committee in Adelaide to raise subscription! for the purpose of relieving such distress. From tte borne papers to hand it appears that (taring the past six months the incessant downpour of min has had a lamentable effect on the crops, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

GENERAL BUSINESS. To Bankers, Merchants, and Tradesmen. The GREATEST NOVELTY of the day for BUSINESS MEN is the CONTAIN ING a PRINTED DIGEST of \J PUBLIC INDIVIDUAL AC IS, in cluding Bills of Sale executed within the last Six Months effecting Mercantile credit, alpha betically end symbolically arranged, with Key Post Free, Seven Shillings and Sixpence in etampB. Apply, Secretary Mutuai Tbabk Protection Association, German Club Buildings, Adelaide. F. BROMLEY, WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL BUTCHER. LOWER THAMES-STREET, koorin o .a.. BEEF, BEEF, BEEF, MUTTON, MUTTON. Best Beef and Mutton always kept ea hand. Aix Oedees PtrscTTAiXT Attexbbd to. BY SPECIAL REQUEST. BICKFOBD'S Infants'' Preservative IS VOW BBOPGHT BKFOEB THB PDBUC. THIS Preservative has proved itself to be one of the few really reliable and safe remedies yet discovered to allay the snJTerings incident to childran,and having quickly gained the confidence of the few, we now offer it to the many as a specific against Paia in the Bow...

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Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

Miscellaneous Items. Adelaide Wheat vs Sydney.— The £eg ister telegrams on Wednesday last gave the following information reltt-ve to our wheat in the Sydney Exhibition : —Tbe Adelaide wheat was judged this morning, but the rerdict has not been published. I learn from the Secretary, however, that Messrs. An?es end Yenning were placed in the first-clasp, Mr. Angas's samples being considered especially good. Messrs. Biggs and Threr obtained eecond-claBS places, and Messrs. Co nan and Crofter third. The average excellence of the samples were much admired. Besumpcton of Cbovto I-axd3. — The fol lowing lessees have received notice that the possession of certain waste lands of theCrowu held by them wQl be resumed by Hie Govern ment : — Edgar Chapman, lease 1512 ; Jobn and Robert Lore, lease 1536 ; Henry Scott, leaves 1568 and 1751a ; W'. J. Browne, leaaee 1595 and 1597 ; W. L. Merchant, leace 1598 ; D. & B. Brup, leaso 1618 ; Hayward, Browne and Armstrong, lease 1647 ; B. B. Smith,...

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Fearful Accident at Mintaro. TWO LIVES LOST BY BURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

Fearful Accident at Mintaro. TWO LIVES LOST BY BURNING. The Advertiser correspondent of January 7 gives the following : — Through a kerosene ex- plosion which occurred last evening at Mr. William Baker's residence, near the Mintaro Railway Station, Mrs. Baker and her daughter Nelly, aged three years, were fearfully burnt. They both died during the night. No inquest was considered necessary. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Yesterday evening Mrs. Baker, living near   the Railway Station, and her daughter, met   with a fearful accident. At about 8 o'clock she went into the back room to put the child, aged three years, into a bath ; there were then three female visitors in another room with their children. Mrs Baker took a small kero- sene lamp in and placed it on the hob close to the fire, and tried to fill it out of a can con- taining three gallons of kerosene, which imme- diately exploded. Some of the women opened the door, and Mrs. Baker rushed out in flames. The flam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 January 1880

CAUTION. At the local Court, Edithburgh, on Nov.   29, Julius Schaeche, of Edithburgh, carpenter, was ordered to pay damages £5 5s. and all costs for infringement of patent by imitating the Star Washing Machine, making the same   of wood. A. FISCHER'S PATENT Star Washing Machine. ; First Prize of £3 et Balaklava Show. THE MOST USEFUL MACHINE EVER INVENTED Testimonials from all parts of the Colony. Directions for use on application. A. FISCHER'S PATENT Circulating Flue Boiler. ? y*\i j t^ Strainers 14 gal 72s. . : ?f — t''V Boils in far less time, with ices fuel, titan any other. MANUFACTORY, O'COUKELL-ST., NORTH ADELAIDE. Al=O, CKADtE WASHIXG 3IACHISES, Similar to Perfect Cure or Walter & Echberg's Price £3 5?. WRINGERS, 10 in., 32s. 6 i.; 11 in., 383.; 12 , 45s. MAKGLKS From £4 to £5 10s. SEWING MACHINES. A number of different makes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

Pore, Sparkling, and Wholesome . PALE, DARK & XXX ALES & PORTBM In Bulk and Bottle. ? q, H. CATCHLOYE & Ofo Hot Weather is Coming II I Brink GlaLsft Iimtutt Syrop, Peppermint^ «ie beet ^kSe^ias&rSeW tod purest I' ~ ,. , , Bitteia, Quinine, Sata&panba, &c __ Cordials and -,«e—— *— «»»™»,. JEfecfced-watcr 2sr. x.xmo~cr & soztav Bf ANUFaCIUBEKS, E.OOE1NGA and 7ONQALA. Asserted cases pat up. PRIZE WINNOW£RS! PRIZE WINNOWERS I! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MOfcEY. JAMES WHEATLEY, MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that hut season he had to DECLINE NO LESS THAN 57 OKUEB8 for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES In consequence of sufin orders being kept back so longj As there is every prospect of a good harvest n^xt season, J. W. would urge on- those requiring his Machines (the advantages of which' are too well known to need dilating on- the expediency of SENDING IN their ORI-EfiS WITHOUr DELAY. These Machines...

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The Household Library. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

The Household Library. Pray do not pass judgment against ns and rise np in reb lli^n when we declare that tbe bookshelves] of the average farmer are the most neglected spots in his dominion ! Of course . there are very many exceptions, and yours, dear sir, may be one. However, by way of wbering your delibera tions you might j ict get a pencil and paper and briefly catalogue ! Facts are stubborn things, and we will rejoice with you if tbey place you beyond the reproach of this accusing pen ! We do lore beauty as a child lores a butterfly. We j -y, in all bright and graceful things, and we hold they are, each in ita place, ministers of inspiration. We like to watch a pair of hopeful young home-builder?, busy an robins, lighting tip their pretty domicile with bits of color ;°temperin » it with shade, hallowing every whit by the impresses of loving self-sacrifice und dear, care ful fingers. We are clad when the marble to^ped centre-table arrives ; when the Brussels carpet and velvet rug...

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A Buried Treasure. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

A Buried Treaaeure. John Clancy, and elderly man without a family, died (says 'the Portland Advertiser, .U.S ) iu Jjcwiston, Maine, in .November. Just before he died he called a fiiend to his bedside and eaid to him that be should go to a certain spot in bis cellar and dig, and that there a little below the surface, would be feund an earthen pot. 'In that pot,' eaid Clancy ' vou will find a thousand dollars in gold.' The friend went to the spot in question, and after a little while his shovel struck something hard. It proved to bs an earthen pot. Further inspec tion showed that the pot must have been there many years, for it crumbled to pieces when re moved, but out tumbled, whole bandfuis of gold coins. Tbe coin was carefully counted, and the whole sum proved to be 980 dol. It is thought there must bs one more 20-dollar gold-piece in tbe sand. But the strangest part of this story remains to be told. Fifteen ?yaars ago, as the story goes, a Mrs. Howe came to Clancy one day, and eaid...

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MONTHLY SALES. MESSRS. LISTON, SHAKES, & Co.'s REPORTS MONTHLY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

MONTHLY SALES. Mkssbs. Libtok, Shakes, & Co.'s Repostj Monthly Maeebts. Kipunis, Utrcember 30. — Ihe markets are usually dull at this season* however, we yarded about 4500 sheep, 70 bead fat cattle, a few horses and about 50 pigs. The Attendance was small, farmers being busy harvesting, but, with the exception of two inferior lots of sheep, we cleared the yaHs. Pigs— All sold J good demand at late ra'ec Sheep — Fat sheep have advanced in price, and goo-i quality meet with readvsale. We sola — For Mr Henry Richard son, 309 prime wethers, at 10s 8 i j f -r Mr, J^tnes D iyle, 500 goad wethers, at Ss ; for Mr. F. H. Dutto*, 300, at 8* 31 ; for C. ^jhlner, 362 cross-bred e*ea and wethdrs, fat, at 9- 6d; fo' Mr. J. H. Angis, 400 store welders at 7a 3d : onVJthw socouits,468 stnall stDre wethrrs, a* 6s 6 1 ; 890 ewm and lambs (ernes rery old), aH cono'ei at 4s 7H j we have aeversl enquiries f »r good store wethers and young e wee. Cattub — There in a perfect glut ; «to'es are unsal...

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The Devil Captain. (From the Toronto Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

The Devil Captain. (From the Toronto Globe.) Tbe late General Donovan, known to almost every ono, some year- back, in the City of Cape Town, etc., as the man with the lion's voice, for many rears commanded that famous com*. it'io vbjic ouiuuicu wujs. jys an eviaence oi the strength of hjs lungs, it U stated that he could drill Jus_reS«nent -with perfect lease a q-mrfc-r of a tnBera'. Ue'wnit Aatf«it»nr tbe first Kaffir war a captain commanding a troap in the above named regiment. He was 6 feet in height, perfectly proportioned, and possessed of muscular strength surely rarely given to hu-nan being'. Scarce knowing what fear meint, a consummate horeenan, well skilled with his weapon*, he invariably defeated tbe enemy whenever they had an encounter, himself coming out scratchiest, so that he got to be regirded by the natives as bearing a charmed life.' The Kaffirs then, as now, fjught with address- and determination, and were peculiarly cruel to their captured. If not im mediately and...

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MESSRS. COLES & GOODCHILD'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. Kooringa, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

MeS3bs. Coi.es & Qoodchied'8 Monthly MaBKZT HEFOBTd. Koonupa. Januarr 5. This market was very fairly attended, taking into consideration the busy time of year and we succeeded in p'acing nearly all the stock offered. Sheep. — We sold 5,366 out of 6,150 parded, as follows — For Mr. W. U. Duncan, 2,486 medium an 1 good ewe?, from Oulnina, 100, at 7s ; 2,386 at 6'. For Mr. T. Cbewings 21 inferior enes, at 5s 6d ; 592 very old eares with a few lambs, at 3? ; 183 interior lambs at 5s 41 For Mr. F.owers, 123 2-tonth wethers, at 7s 9d. For Messr*. E. & C. W. Bowman, 199 good e«es, at 7* 6J ; for Messrs. Warwick Bros., 1,6£7 inferior store wethfrs, at 6a H ; and for Mr. G. A- G bhardt. 500 good store wether?, at 7s 9 h Cattle. — W« sold 76 stores vi*., for Messrs. Warrwick Bios^ 16 bullocks at £5 110; for Mr. Chen-ings, 5 cows and calves, at £5 5i; for Paratoo Station 51 builoc'«s and 4 cows, all very poor, at £2 2*61. Tbe tra-*ebeing'Verytully supplied no fat cattle were ya...

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A Desperate Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

A Desperate Fight. The San Francisco papers of November 15 publish the following particulars, received by telegraph from New York, of the desperate naval engagement between the Peruvian war steamer Huascar and two CtuUian ironclads : — From the moment the Chulian ironclad appeared in tbe horizMi, steaming rapidly towards the Huascar from the northward, whilst the Blanco Encalad j was steadily pur suing the ram frcm tho south, Admiral Gnu perceived clearly that bis ship was doomed ; but, brave man as be w, no thought of sur render entered his mind, and the whole ship's company assumed their appointed stations for the struggle, with a conviction that iiO human power could extricate the Hu»scar from such overwhelming forces as those presented by tbe CbiUian vessels. From tbe decks and tops of die two vessels the fire of musketry and Gat ling guns was incessant, and on the Hnarcar its effect was becoming painfully apparent. One hour and eight miuut3s after the com mencement after the fi...

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WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. MESSRS. E. R. [?] & Co. report on January 8 as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. Messss. E. E. I BTBBT£r & Co. repo-t on Jannarv 8 as follows ; — ' We be:d our n st eale of wool after th^ holidays to d*y. when we submitted a full catalogue of over 500 biles and_60 sacks greisy and snoiired wool. The sa'a attracr«-^ a vpi-c larg^ attenaanne ot shippers, leltmingee, and others, and biddings th'rnuoh -ut the sale for irof t of the lots ruled fctrly brisk. The bulk of the greeey wools oiTered v/tre small and late tU'M-n and in rither lieivy condition, an-i for a good many of the lots owners* expectation* were rather above the market value. Vte, however, euscesded in disposing of moat of the parcels by auction «nd privately at very eatie ftctory rates, considering the qna't'y and con dition of the wools. We sold preasr, fair average but rather mixed, *t up to 8J-1 per lb ; this figure being obtained for a parcel of nfx--d crossbred *nd merino! T---e citalo^ue included 8 veral lots of washed wool, every line of which we sold at g*H pri...

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MANOORA v. AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

MANOORA t. AUBURN. This match was plsyed on the Auburn ground on Christmas Day, and resulted in a decisive victory for the latter. The Auburnites loosing the tors were stat to the wickets, but wen not an oisposca or till tbey had made the respectable score of 100 runs, A. i. B leechmore making 28 by tooi cricket, B»S. Wylie'u score of 18 (npt ,put) is worthy of mention, as he played a very patient innings. The llanoora's both innings were q-iite a fare?, as none of them succeeded in reaching double figures,' only making 24 is the ftat and 17 in the teconi innings. The following- are tbe scores : AxJBDEy. Captain, Mr. Wylie ; Umpire, M. P. Rowe. A. i. Bleechtnore, b Werret ? 28 B. Smith, b Werret ? 7 J. Place, b Werrett ? 11 H. Taylor, o and b Munns ? 10 W. Usher, b Munns ? 0 -*. Bleechmore, b Munns - ? O F. BarVla,lb* ? O B. .S. Wylie^not out ? 18 E. Boord, b Werret ... ? 0 W. Aeliton,-b Munns ? 2 Tj. Morgan, b Werret ? 9 I Sundries ? 15 Total ... ? 100 Makooba. Captain, Mr.'M'inns ...

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