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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

/.V MEMORIAL Ro?s -la Ioviok memory of oar dear eon Hugh ("Huba'), acoiden'ally killed at ttiwell od April O b, 1913. •< JU oettb, tboa layeet Ibe beaatftol," Io the wo* o( my Qf irit I onerf; For sparkled the eye, And ftbe f»c$ was f ur, Of oar lutle boy this died. So dea'ly loved, eo deeply monroed, So sidlv mi93ed By bia eornwirg psrsote, brothers and litters.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

IMPORTANT TO LADIES Ladies will kindly note that tbo day of the next vieit <f Mra I). M. Clifford, KaperinUDd-?nt of thn NattK& HeelJh C o, Melbourne, to iSfftwall is btMOK altered to Wednepday, 15ih April, when bIi* may bo seen at the Town Hall Hrtsl from 10 Q.ro •o 7.30 p.m, and Ibit foture visits will tnko p'aco on the third Wednesday of every month instead of third Tuesday* Fpnoinlly note the ohanuo to-day to avoid disappoint moot. Mrs Clifford will bn ploaBBd to ad vise Indicia not enpying good health or who may app&rent'v be deuiod ibo blessing of motherhood, how the wonderful Natcra home frfcatmoD*, whi»-h bio restored thon«t ande of women And girls to perfeor heaitb, can holp .them. No obaryn whatever ie made for coneohmionH or advion. Mnan while send postage for free Health Onidn on the subject to Dept A«F Natara Elcalih Co 49 Elizabeth Street Bletboarne,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRAIN INCIDENT. Offenders Before the Court Fines Inflicted [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

THE TRAIN INB DENT. Offenders iL-fore the Court Fines Inflicted The large namb>-r of opeo'.atora who crowded the floor and lery of tho ounrt ycDterday morning in the hope of hearing some sensational development arising out of tho recent inoldonfc on tbo train from the Ararat Charity Oarntval, moft hivu been rather disappoint-d by tba faot that tho | evidence brought out nothing moro than bad been previously published in the, press. Thrco yonng men—Albeit Rnea^ll, Wi1 liam Ftnwick and O'firles Wiilume—ap peared before Mr E. Harrison, P.M, and, 1 on Mio artvioo of their oouns-1 (Mr Gr.mo) pleaded guiliy to n ohnrge of bobswiug in »» offensivo manner in a railway oarriu^o on Maroh 18th, Emily M*y Wood, roridinc* at Glonorohy Road, whero ehe aoted an companion to Mra Hardru, objected to tikm» an o«-th and make an affirmation instead. bh< said etu< was one of a patty of tbo girls on tbo train in question. Def-ndanta oarnt into the carrio^o and oommencrd to throw ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PEDESTRIANISM. The Mile Championship. How Hedemann beat Wilson. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

PEDESTRIANISED The Mile Championship. How Hedemann beat Wilsou. (.-ommenling on the race at Durbon re cently & South African exchange has tbo following Htjrb. Hedcmanr, tho well-built, long ftridins Australian miler. defeated Harold Wilson by four yards in their champion vbip race at Lords on Saturday night, and proycri hiins-elf ft worthy holder of llit* championship titlr. The race was run in flower timo than that nsually associated vritb worlds ohauipionohipe, but tbo ioeut. was not wttbont conaidcrablo interest, am! the value of tbo run io by no means re flected by iho timo. The last hp proved one lonj.' tb:ill that fonnd echo in tbo excited criea of the speotatorp. Right roaDd the lack straight iho littlo tfotk eltiromnn keptchallenijini: tho ho!rior, who pat in sorno r/iru running, however, nnd rcfascd to lot his rival pet in front. With vatt determination. Wilson drew kvel round tho hend, and tbo io^uo looked in dooct nntil the tall Australian lengthened l)i* otridp, ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY CRICKET CLUB. Visit to Pomona. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

railway gricket club. r [ Visit to Pomona. • M ho mnnborn of tiin IUihv.iy Crlclio' nab on" ,1,,,ir wivt'" "";i J , .n I'omoiui on Inrdny l<iut Xln irli- whioli nittnlior-d "limit -10, 1. ft t tip r..lCT<iv 8'»,1Dn iu '""r veh",lr" "I'orMy l>, " ' ]] air., all lioi't 0" rlivy- O" nrrivnl IU L'"' l."'11 12 80 fir/i i"1 6H riln,ur w"" 1,1 m.iilinim f0t tlio vinito.-o. Twtn y-tonr lumh,, w.r r.terf Hi l'1" """ B|l,lnK. wh>ol> P" ,.0,t over by Mr T K. Uommi who 'IrmlvwriooniMliho vioitorn. MeoBra M Mnrpliy *,lI< Anderson, Urn Murphy ftnr ■ .vfrtil JOUi-K of r;»mon« aitend<d tc L WltntP rf tho viniturp. Afioi juftiai iis.l liffH <'0»u tlie nduhn to Miuni.tr lilnfti | tovidpri, iho liitlc onen wi re Iroa: j in « fimilftr inr.nm-r, Shortly fiftor itmoh a trip Whs mad( nriunrt wi'JJM-rtH, Hi.rt Huon^h H:< lrlI0y of Mofarn Morcom nnd ArdnrfiM ill- tifirt>* *vns flown over ih»» 1 Spring wncil" orchard, fit which p'r...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SLOANES AND SUOTCHMAN'S COMPANY. A Progressive Policy. New 30 Head Stamp Mill. General Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

SLOANES AND SUOiCHMAN'S COMPANY. A Progressiva Pol'cy. New 30 Boaa Stamp Mill. General Improvements. I At the present tinii> tli"ro are ex pectations of a bit; revival of mining ■ictivity on !lio Stawtli gold field, ;nd most people are IcoUiiif* to he • iri-nt Limildcr Pr-jpiiot.ny foi the signal indicating that operations ol gigantic character aro about to '-(tin. But meanwhile I hero are ictiviiieH on ilie (kid which, if only small compared with what Ihe fut nre is likely in i-ee, are by no means fining or unimportant. Inde< d, 'hcie is woik going oil which is (nil of ink-rest lo the irnvn, mid v/hioh is worthy of the atri nti-jn of nil interea 'i'd in tho mininti industry, which I liftR done ko much for Victoria, and which, with more .scientific methods, must still b.'i to the Stute of inosiinv »bio valuo. Tho filomies and .Seotehmans Uni ted Quailz Mining Co.—on" of the old com panics of the Stawcll field — recently decided upon a progressive policy iindt r Ihe adv...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

A NKW KEMHDY. Dr Bbpldon'ii Gin l'illo for ]ii«'l:noho mnl Kidnoy Troublco r.ro an cicoi'lli'iifc Kuruoily * hich iiQH only to lio Iriini to bo nppccoia tfil l'tiop, -la (id and 2g (Jii, Obtainable «»«)V7bsro

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE COURT. (Before Mr E. Harrison, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

THE COURT. (Before Mr E. I-Iarrieon, P.M.) Considerable interest was evinced in yesterday morning's court proceed ings, there being a number of spec tators, while the gallery was well filled. LICENSING COURT. Annie Brady was granted a trans fer of (be licence of the National Hotel, Stawell, from Bertram Doug lass. Robert Taylor was granted tem porary licences for publican's booths at various local f unci ions during the Stawell Easier carnival week. With regard to the salo of liquor on Good Friday at the cricket match, Stawell v Warracknabeal, the P.M. decided that, another foe would have to be paid for this privilege. The mat'er of granting a licence waB accordingly held over pending appli cation. COUBT OF PETTY SESSIONS, For failing to have his child vac cinated, John Thomas Hannet, of Skene stioet, was fined £1. J. R, Allison v. J. C Stono—Claim for £5 Is Sd, board and lodging Order made. Constable Elliott proceeded against Clarence Richards, 18 years of age, who pleaded guilty t...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EASTER CARNIVAL Preparations for the Festival [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

EASfI:R CARNIVAL Preparations for tho Festival Stawell is now taking on its E»stcr appearance. 'I II.decoration of (lie town for tiiu c.irnival has begun, and although so far only tlio ling polea have been erected in tho Htruots, everybody knows wlial is 10 follow, as the decorations are always a (eft Curd of rnc gala week. The bunting will bo hoisted in a day or two. and I hen the festive sputt will broak forth in ail its intensity. Meanwhile the town is quietly, lint quickly fil ling with visitors, and shopkeepers are Imsy preparing ilieir special dis plays to inako their premises li.tingly attiactive. In tIn- drapery establish ments the hands find wulcome diver sion in decorating for the sp»cial occasion, while hotel and boarding house keepers are felling ready for the rush which comes to their busi nesses when the t'ig day of tko carni val arrives. Already, th-re are many of the competing pedes rinns in me town, and they are making good use ol iheir lime in training for the Gift...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

LADIES, PLEASE NOTE. Laaiea aro reqaeuted to nolo thai 'I'fio OQIoeo of iho Ladies (Joll<?tfo of Heal'li, bavo been removed from 40 Klizabetb Btroet, io Pbair'a BaildiD^F, 327-329 OoKiao Street, UTolbonrno. Tbo Collets !»«* ibe doIo agency in Viotoria (or Dc 1), M. Ooodloy'o ffttaoQG Orange Lily rJL\aatmenf, whiob for tbo puefc 25 years baa been c/lect" ing eaob wonderful oarcu amofltf women in oil parla of Aootralia. For tbo bemfit of aufforora, and for those into who?o bonJGa Kioc Buby Iiqq fuilod (o flppe*r, a fren valuable modioal book will bo cent to anyone writing to Dept. 21, The LidM College cf Health, Pnait*d Uaildingff, 327 OoJIioo Mtoet, Melbourne. i HAUKING UOUGH. I 'For uboab two ytara my ecu Krio bad o [ naoiy backing oou^b. oaya Mr Albert W j Colotnao, *Uarambu}' ftlunonr <Strce», DoJ wioh Hill, N.H.W. 'Then I g»ivc him : Obamberlaiu'iJ Oou»h Remedy ami aft?r a few dosto ho bad nn-nlly improved. foru wo bad k»vg» him the whole bottle bia oou^h ha...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL AMATEUR TUEF CLUB. Easter Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

SfAWELL AMATLUH TUI1F Easter Meeting, Knsler races on Tu< P<| ,v Mil. inst., will HiHlv surim C former meotingH. 'i |,e ' s, n|l entries received and Ul0 po ^ of the oport on this course 1 1 ? large »ttcndanu<. of patron, weather proves fnvorable T Ma 0 the meeting had i0 lv> owing to the licnvy rain which M. on liaater Tuesday. 'pile c] l making every cn.ienv.ir H,is '"J |s make up for that «lt,a.tva„,nl u ! it has every prosper of ,,^1''^ its object. 'Ihe grounds his visited tlui coins.- and f,,„n u track in excellent ordc in rAwiiciu order, Th« of the mill look heap have been n,! down, and the s'art of ib„ 6i„ ,™ long race should now be e-idi,.. ' Sine- 1 he I.,, fence has been extendi':! t» thn whole length of the running track, and n • improvement is sure to bu apnJ ted. Other matter* are rg'' atiunnon with a view to making conditions as convenient as possible rapidly The club's meeiinga are growing in popularity, and tbe nuta bor of vioi'ois...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

f " Marse testes) of Mica Si., Uroken Hill, N.S.V/. | who has a vast expnu'ncc B in fever and o;xv."alnvt; jj cases, and during her pro- | fcssionnl career has been ij associated with some o[ |j ADELAIDE'S LEADING SURGEONS | gives her opinion, after jj close observation, of the h strengthening powers of | JTT3 p? r* fT?5 P T\ FpO k |;Vi i-i ii ^ fis Lia U W la fcrt zJ U fJ U ui CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " For months I have read the testimonies of nuroca in the papers, expressing their opinion of the valu able medicine, Clements Tonic. "I qualified for the pro fession over 40 years ago, and in earlier days I was associated with tome of Adelaide's cleverest sur geons, Until 12 years ago I nursed in South Aus tralia, and am at present on the Barrier Fields. I have had great experi ence, and can endorse the testimonies of the nurses I have read. 1 have closely noted the effect of medicines upon my patients, and years ago was satisfied Clements Tonic had no equal. I am still of that opinion. ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

G. lllSt R COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL ACT COMMONWEALTH UF AUSTRALIA. IT is intended forthwith to ent«r npon ft oomp'eto review of tho Common wealth Eltoioral Holla for the State of Vioforia. It will bs *ho da'y of tho Elec toral offiomip, andt;r tho luw to tako pro cooditiL'Q against any poreoos who have failed to comply wi'ta tha ootnpntaory pro visions of t be Electoral Act id respect to enrolment, nod to tAko (ho neonajary legal notion to remove from tho Rolls oo whioh tboy now appear any namm nndor whioh the law Bboaid net bo retained on ouoh Rolls. Every qn&Ulhd person not already cor rectly ooroll d, ioolnding ovory clyctor who h.iB ohangod hia or her placo of living, bat who bm not taken tho neceesaiy aotioa lo seonro correor enrolment for the Sub division of tho Electorate in whioh be or eho liv.;o and has lived for a period of not leBfl than one month, io adviaod to at once oomply with Iho law bj' completing and lodging the required form of nluim with tho Electoral Regi...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE CHINA OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

THE CHINA OF TO-DAY. I Lecture by Dr E. J. Stuckoy. | Or K .1. Htuck«y, principal of j the Union Muilieal Coll"L'e, lJt:king, China, delivered a lecture in the Congregational Cburch ou Monday night, I)r Sttiok"y wai dressed as a i Ohincse gentleman, in long (lowing silk robes, und wore Uio usual skull cap anil queue, Aft"r introducing himself and des cribing his clothes, he show«d an idol to illustrate tho power of idola try ; a Chinese woman's shoe showi'd the cruelty of tho custom of I'ootbinding : and an opium pipo reminded the audi'-tiee of the re sponsibility of thw British nation for pending opium from India to China. Dr Huicltoy also spoko of tho terri ble lack of proper treatment of disease in China, and mentioned the work the London Missionary Society and other societies a>-e doing in dispensaries and hospitals. The Union Medical College has been foruind by thn union of all 'he various missionary societies working in Peking. In it 100 Chinese young man are receiving a fu...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

LADIES. PLEASE NOTE. Ladies are requested to nolo (bat Tbe Offioei of tbe Ladies UoUego of Hoaltb, I have been removed from 16 Elizabeth 1 Rtreet, to Phair'a Building, 327-329 i Collina gtreefe, Uolbonrno. Tbo College baa | ibo flolo agency in Victoria for Dr D. Ctl. , Ooonley's famona Orange Lily Tieatmoot, wbiob for (be paefc 25 ye&rB has been effect* I fog each woaderfal oaree amontf women ; in all parka of Aaatralia. For the benefit of eofforors, and for thoso into wboae homco Kint? Baby b&a failed to appear, a fren valuable modioal book will bo soot to anyone writing to Dept. 21, Tbo Lailh-a College of Health, Pnair'B BaUdingB, 327 Collina Steel, Melbourne. 8WEARBBY IT. 'My little Rtandobild Olive w*a attnok ed witb bronohilis and nothing I tiicd did her any good/ flay* Mrs E Hcdjfeo, 186 Tasman Street Newiowo, N Z,, 'Hav ing seen Obambei Iain's Congh Remedy advertised aa bain# moat efiTsotivo in tbo treatment of brooobitis I tboagbt I would Iry it. I did so aod...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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GOOD FRIDAY MATCH STAWELL V. WARRACKNABEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

GOOD FKIDAY MATOH Hl'AWELL V. WA.RKA.OKNA.BEA.L. ' On Good Friday morning, oomuienoing %\ 10 o'clock, Stawoll Association will play b matoh Bgiioet W&rr&okaabeal, tho venue beiog Ibo Conical Park, Warrookoabeal promise to brirg a atrooR combination, and there is little doabb tbafi an lutereatiui* game will result. The team lo represent tbo Stawoll asso ciation will be eeleoted irom the follow ing :—Tbomas; Harrows, Daraok (2), Neilaon, Cooper, Clarke, Campbell, McLean, Scrivener, Wtiiuy, Oakley, Spear», Gaanoy, MaNiven and Payne.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL FIRE BRIGADE. Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

STAWELL FIRE BRIGADE Monthly Mcotiug. Tlio monthly meeting of tlio Ntawull Firo Brigade was held at ihe Brigade Hall on Tuesday nigbt, Captain Clough prosiding over a largB attendance of momburs. Corresponpence. From Seorctary Country Fire Brigades Bo^rd, forwarding ail In diarubbnr preparation for repairing host).—Received. From Secretary Relief Fund of the Fire Brigade Service, foi ward ing balance shreot, mid Slating that during Ihe pant yoar the sum of £l>0 had been allotted to seven moHt deserving oase*. Although this fund has only been in operation for 12 months, the credit balance is £302, and 119 out of a tolal of 121 brigades had paid their subscription. From Secretary Accident Fund, Firo Brigade Service, stating that tha credit balance of tho fund I amounted to £1200. During tho past year 2G claims bad been paid, amounting to £87 10s. General. Foreman Stewart congratulated tho hose eight team on securing third place at Ihe Bsndigo demons tration. The following comprised...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

Tennis. The following U tbe draw for tho tourna rato* Tfhich uUqq pla.cc on Friday and 8atard*v nexi:— Gams Doablea Championship A U Nete?t and 0 F VaURhan v I> Coa ai&ble *od ,J TJrqahart V Uooco end J Piukea v U \V P Whito and K J RoSiitor S K Mitchell and J MoLay vAGJ Baylor nod Jj Q Boott 0 D*lkfto and W Kllpalriok ySR Nottlo find IS Stantuu W Jftokaon and R U Tilloy v J R Thorn Hnson and H Fox K T»7loe and J A Thar^oud v A. Crouuh and C Frenoham (J F Mason und lv I Fox J S Bpalaing and A A (Jollioa 13 Sm*Ua and U M'Leooan ▼ Kst Hay dan and J W Farrer Siogl-a {'liutiipionnhip lei lioucul C F V&ajjbau, C Bite. U IIqwood, 1) OooatAble, 0 F Maeoo, 15 0 Chadwiok, by«a ; A A Collioa t A (j N&ylor, A Gal bin v A Croaab, J UniuUart v LG Soott. A G Nevott v K G Scon, W J&okaon v 11 Pinkymeyot; vS K Milcboll, V Moor<!, J TbomllueoD, J iS Spalding, Jas Oatca, byoo.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

KliUOUMENDB THEM TO UI(S (JUSl'OMEK.S. 'l'or corao f.irat) I eulfurod with iniligL'S' tion cummd by tli^o'rdotyd /iyor and oioronoh iiiivo Mr G M liurvty, (iypoum Stress. lUilv/iiy Town, Ucokiin Hill, N.B.W. 'I'ho only thin;; that |,mvu iiiu waa Cham bcnlum'J Xubletu nmi i oonuidor thntu un iqunl fur iliuordi'ro.ot Lhu liver uud utomuoli. I utco1- I hem in my oliop anil reeommcndcc] Thum i i nil my ouutomern ; in fact 1 oun not upeul; tao of (Jlmiiiberioin'o TnbleU'.' Soici by T J V/rifjht uud (Jo, i'rmi Ij'ii, tind 0 P King, ohousiut. " DKSPEK '.TIS BUOOI'ING 1'uinu i"> tliu (Jhunt require prompt treat ment. One Dr Blmldon'a Now Diuoovery ior Ooiif'lio nnd Ooliio.. It (Jivco'lmmcdi uti) relief. I'rioo, la Gd and j'3. Oblniu ' tihlo ovorywboiu

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Iron Quoits [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914

Iron Quoits Tbo following are ibo draw and handi caps lot iho ra.itoh fo Uko pluoe to-morrow (Good Friday), 21 tip;— , P Mds^ooy (5) v 0 Cox (11) 8 M'fnnia (8) v F Ormoion (12) PeicrDol.n (13) v P Vuuu^ (10 bbilj R (Joico (11) v L Phillipi (11) •.J Orranton (13) v N Fit tuhur (8) G MaHb'jWfl (5) v W Orm.stou (5) R Urown ('^) v W Earlo ('J) A Gr-iy (8) v J ftrai'h (8) Pat DoUn (cor) v It McKao fu) G Mooro (5) v F Colon (i;j) Tho follewiiu: urc tho draw and hanrli Cipo in connection with ibo imtcli to lake plftce ut tho pirk (in l£Jc,otor Monday:-* .1 Sraith (5) v J Hiley juc (<») Pctnr Dolan (i«) v Connolly (ui:r) T Potter (K>) V \V Poison (Her) 30 Ocrroll (.'>) v W Orn)st»)ji (7) J Itiloy, our (7) v K K Hun (nor) D Skeen ('J) v P Vount> (.10 blnl) II Turner (.')) v K Carroll (10 bhd) I'Mo3-I'. Ulaiichti-jlri bhd), P Muanoy (2), G Moore (2), L Phillips (<)), G M.it tbewo (3), N Ftoiobor (9), S *V14Iiinio (oar), F Ormaton (U). Pit Dolan (10 bhd), V.A,C T...

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