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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. FOR SWIVET AND) PUREI]i BliEAD (I)0 AO G. Redman, Cantorbury Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY, And at DURKEl ROAD, CA\M1BHiRWELL. SWAUIANTE'D FlREE, FROM ALUM. SDelivered Daily in OCanterbury, Camborwell, halwyn, Surrey flills, Box I Hill. S'Tlo nly Mn?aer in hle Colony of heo 11YGI IlENC IC OWN BIREAD, . reconinielnded by.lho leuding London iMedical Fneilly. I:, , n? ,i o and Tea Partios Catored for on the Shortest Notice, - . Orders by . ot Receive P'rompt Attention, SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill. GIG, CAlRIUAGE and BUGGY HARNESS MADE 'TO O11DE11 A Large Assurtmnict of lortmantenus, Brief &. Gladstono Bngs on liand. COLLATIS CAIEFULLY FITTED. WItIPS, BIJUS11ES, ]UGS, &c. Second-hland llnrness Dought, or. Exclanged for Now, 1891. WINTEIi d AUTUMN 1811.. MISSES COLLINGS STATIO. STtUETr, Box 11,,.., Are now Rhowing their Full amlt Varied Assortmuent of 'WINT~ltl G(001)5, comprising MILLINERY In all th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Local News. We direct the attention of our readers to an advertisement in another column, in which the- (Goveirnment Statist requests that all cases of neglect on tho part ofl the Census Collectors may hobe roported to him, and men. lions that letters addressed to the Govern. mant Stltist, Melbourine, ro delivered frio of postago if enidoracd with the word "Census." An ingenious method of increasing the Governiifena sulsidy toi intinicipJlities has just boeo, discovered by, tliu Audit Coin nmusioncrs in the DIin?boohi Shiro cdouneil. Iefore manking iiup tho accouit~ for last'year thu town clerk and two councillors, not now coonected _r0lt Liloe council, :gave . their cheques for the amount of the outstanding rates, and by this means obtained a aunt bt C500 over and'abovo what tlhe' council was legitimately entitled to Q0i tilo amount of the 'aty coleet1d. ,As .patter of Jfact, th tatenient of tho rates collected was a bogus one, The maitticir has bepn lhrought utinder the notice ~d ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

"'I ALWAYs heard that drink was a curse, and now I have found it to be so. In futuro I shall not work for the browers." Such was thl exclamation of a prisonlor who was found guilty of steali' froiij' tlihe dwelling at thl last sitting of thlo ox lill Court. lie had beon drinking during the last eight or ten days, ind his mind having bocomo unhinged in consequence, lie entered a, dwelling-hlouso altt Black burn and' took away somo olothes valued at 80s. When tih nccused came to his senses lh was sorry, but being sorry would not satisfy tlio law; %'1hichlfrdeiuiiedl ropitiraiion being mlido ill the shapo of six weeks' imiprison inont. . TOmA.\.s D)J'ni:Y, for tlhat was the iunin of the man who had giyecn utteranco to tlho above truthful words, has found out, liko thousands of his .fllow-wretuteros, that working for lthe beiowrid is pl most unprolitn.blo gamo i'and invariably rnlds in ruiii. ': I liae always 'hic a)(d tllnt drink ,was at cliur, a? d ll'ow 'rliiav\ lfoiid it so," Wiha't...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Cook & Company Are now Showing NEW G 001)5 in all ieparttneuts for the Autumn and Winter Seasons, at Prices mutch below City Firms, and Invite inspection before Purehnsing. Colored Volvetecns, 123id, in Gd, 2s, 2s Gd. Black Volveteens, 103d, is, is Id, Is (ild, to 2s Ild. Blnk Cnslhueres, is, is (id, Is 11d, 2:; (id, 2s 1 Id, is ild. Colored Casinneres, 1s, Is 11d, 2s (Id, 2s .11d, Its Gd. Milton Cloths, heavy weight, is lid, lid 11, 7s (Id don. yards GCiranqinan Surges, doublo width, is lid, all colors. Checked, Finked, and Striped Stuffs, from Ils lid dozen. us 115 E.ar> munusnal, .tuug ve ourwea, Short Window Nets. ASTi'iAOCIAN, BLACK AND COLOnS. Feather. Beaver, and Fur Trinmmings in Great Assortment. Special attention has been given to the to110W 1.10CM, anlI a eultter Selection would be difficult to find. 80alutto Jackets, 178 11d up to .113 is8 (id. Fur-trimuned I rolt6 Russian Clonks, 20s. ''nilorintnmuo Jackets, Reefers and every style. Raitiproof Clonks, Ulsters...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

FOOTBAhL. The employees of the Uox Hill lrick Co. hold a meeting next Monday, to consider the advisability of formiing a football club in connection with the works. The annual mecting of the Union Jack F. C. was held on Monday evening last wlhen the following gentlemen \wer elected at ollico-bcarers:--'residecnt - J. Keys, Esql., M.L.A.; Vice-l'orcidcnts-Mcs»rs... JWalton and G. Padghlian, junr. ; Captain--Mr. A. Luko ; Vice-Captain - Mr. II. Robertson ; Hon. Sec.-F. C. Uright; Match and General Connmittoe - E. Clark, G. Blackburn, T. HIodges, A. Luke, 11. Munro, 11. Robertson, anld 1F, . Bright. Tlhe club mieets at iox lJiti noxt Saturday-for practice. The second anlnual meeting of tho Surrey Hills Star club was held in Mr. Collins' room on Friday evening last. Mr. W. Flet iher occupied the chair, and opened tih meeting with 'a few remarks. The election of olllicebearcrs resulted as follows : Captain -1, Spear; Vice-Captain-P, Leigh Hccro tary--H. W. Leigh ; Treasurer--''. Fulton; ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Burglary at Doncaster. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Burglary at Doncaster. A daring robbery was committed on the aftcrnoon of Tuesday last, at Doncaster, the residence of Mr. Edwin Wilson being entered and property to the value of £50 stolon, con sisting of a handsome gold chronometer, value about £10, two or three pounds in silver, and a small nugget of gold, &c. It appears that in the afternoon in question, Mr. Wilson was employed at the rear of the houss, and Mrs. Wilson was making a call on one of the neighbours, when the robbery took place; in fact, Mr. Wilson requiring something front the house, left off work to get it, but on trying the front door found it locked, and on going to the front door met with no better success-that being locked also-this seemed strange to him, but think. his wife had done it for safety, lie returned to his work and thought no more of it. There is no doubt itow that the locking of the doors was the work of the robber him self, and who was supposedlto have been in the house at the time Mm. Wil...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Camberwell Musical Society. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Camberwell Musical Society. 'The third subscription concert, given under the auspices of the above society was hold in the Upper Hawthorn hall, on Tuosday ovening, 11th inst. On that occasion lilalfa's roimantio opera, "Tile Bloomian (lirl," was admirably rendered. As miight be expected the hall was crowded in every part by a very enthusiastic audience. The performance was under the direction of Mr. Gordon (looch, All.A.M., and it is neediass to say that lie did his work in a masterly ainda talented manner: The abilities of this gentlaenan are so well known tin the musical worhl that it would be suparliuous to say anything on his behalf. Ile vas ably assistea by six talented artisteas, comiprising Miss M ario Johnson, who took the part of Arline, Miss hlariinndaln ((tipsy Queen), Mr. David Dunlop (Devillhoof), iar. Jul es Sintonsen (Thaddius), Mr. Thos. Gr(anhill (the Count), and MIr. C ampion (Plorestein). 'T'ho sing. ing of the princiaals was all that could be desired, especially ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Recreation Hall, Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Recreation Hall, Box Hill. lone eight mnoniths' ego 1110 dircetors of this building clone 0 thte conclusion that as it was then lreCted there was very little if luny likelihood of the tndertaking proving remunerative to the promoters. It was well known that there was a demanld for such a building in Dox Hill, if it only contained sutficient accontsodation, and was suitable for the purposes for which it was required. The hall, as it stood some eight months' ago, wes all that could be desired for a guadrille assembly or for the holding of a publlc meet ing, but for anything beyond that it was inadequate. The directors were evidently seized with this view of the esse, and its it is well known that ]fox 1Hill is only In its infatlcy, and is destined to become a place of great importance, the directors doelned it prudent to increase their capital by issling new shares, and to place such additions to the hall that would not only improve the building, but would, humanely speaking, 1mak1 th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Municipal Endowment Question. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Municipal Endowmont Quostion. A conference of representatives of the various untintcipalities, shire councils and boroughs In tho colony took plaieo at the w1ow~t I gilt ot. .'iiteniti at5.geo qi to~"oik. Suiggest ions to beljletnboie in Ilte Aoindenld Local Government Bill now tinder the con. sideration of the Minister of Public Works with a view of arranging as to the allocation of the grant made by Parliament. About 120 gentlemen were resent. Mr. James Logan, mayor of Mary borough, was elected chairman, and Mr. N. It. Phillips secretary to the conference. The following proposition submitted by the Mfaiyborotugltoonference wits idotited: No. 1.-Iloroughs of loes valuation than £20,000, at the rote of L'1 2I. td. No. 2. Other boroughs (including eities and towns) at the rate of .1l. No. I.-Shires, at the rate of ..2; boroughs limited to .£2000 and shires to .00011. A very uttseemly and vulgar debate ensued and when order was restored Cr. Ellingworlh (Nunawoding) reminded the meetin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. "REPORTER" TROPHY MATCHES. FINAL ROUND. BOX HILL V. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

SPORTING. -:a:-- CRICKET. " IlEPORTZll " TROPHY MATCHES, FINAL RO0UND. Box Ius i'. .Sunhme:y 1HirM. Last Saturday saw the commencement of the final round of matches for the abovo trophy, and this gaino was played at Box Hill notwithstanding the eftorts of Jupiter Plnvius to the contrary. The start was a late one, and& the luck of the coin fell to Charge's share; he promptly told the local captain to take the field -a manifest advan age to the batsmen. Box Hill sent a weak tean into the field, owing to the absence of thrce good mien and true, to wit, W. Meader, 1t. Carcon, and If. Sweetland. C. White was elected to land, and ho opened thi match by letting ScHelbor bowl against Wilson, who, oil the second ball, snicked it to short leg, and both batsmen started to run, but Toon fielded it straight to Payne, thus causing Wilson's downfall, the latter blaming Gunner for calling him. 1-0-0. h. Dunn cama and negatived the balance of the over. C. White bowled, and off his first over...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, APRIL, 10. (Before Messrs. Wm. Ellingworth (in the chair) and capt. garside, J's.p.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Box Hill Court. l"lii-tA-, A'ur. 10. (leforr Messrs. Wiin. l~llingworthi (in the chitir) and Capt. (marside, l's.'.) Jontn W. Watson was cla'ged withl using obscene languago and resisting the police at lox Hilt on iso tlh inst. Constablo Jones stated that the prisoner, in company with threo other men, was standing on White Ilorscroad, when hl inad& use of very bad language. lif went up to tlie cciused and said lie would lock hint up, but his muato said lie would take him bomte. Shortly after that the acoised made use of obscene lan gungo, and lie went to arrest hiiii, but the defeundant overpowered him and got away. 1It then ran after himt, when a scuttle ensued, in which his uniform was destroyed, and it was with great ditliculty that he got hin to thiepolice station. 'ti accused asked the 130lnih to deal with hiii in a lenient maiinier. lie thought Con stable Jones hail overstated the case as lie thid not recollect that lie had fought with him. The tearing of the uniform w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Battlefield of Sedan. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Battlefield of Sedan. -:o: Alecture under tho above Ichading was delivered in the Surrey IIills 11c~reation Hall on Thursday, Ithinst., by theo Rev. A. Agor, minister of the newly-forlmed Il iptist Church, Surrey Hills. Miss IRobinson pre sided nt the organ. Tih chnirman, in in. troducing thd lecturer, stated that the Ilov. A. Agor was an authority upon any asbject of a military clranotor, ns at oneo timo ho was captain of a volunteer artillery corps in London. The lecturer, who was well re. coived by a good house, oponed his remarks by stating thl origin of thl war between Franco and Prussia, and spokeo pon tihe excitement in London on its outbreak, and when lth capabilities of Sedan was wired across itl chalnnel, hel and thl colonel of Iis company sthroted away immoediately to visit thl battleflold, and avoiding the nearer routlo for fenr of bolig arrested as spies, they landed nat lolgiuin. The Iclturer ganv a very grapliao dosoription of their advein turos, and of what they saw"...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

ability and Ciaaeen, aujl " µ Sus -sol(-playing t l rendoi corrootly cod music, by naroly e. .for Paillard and Co's, cai MsICxi. Box0cs. Our i own aiEigonrao " pinnos'stand unrivallen or tono, beauty, and finish. They havo notions, with special improvements, They give U'seasumaa, S. AruTIacTIox, mid are the delight of all who hear thoun. They ar the best -medium-priced German pianos imported. Visitors and intending purchasors are specially requested to insiect our stock and got prices and terms. No reasonable offer refgsed for either cash or terms.. CAlINEGIE AND SONS, 67 BOUItKE.STBENT, 1.17 lIZA lIEni1. STREIT, and 2i(1l COLLI NS-NTlEifT. GEORGE WEBB, TAILOR, (Late of Now), Having opened a tailoring establishment with a select assortment of new aid fashionable goods comprising twocads aaad coatlings of, ail descriptions is prepared ta tuni alit all wiork in first cIass style at lowest ecsh prices. Style and fit gnarsnteod. Worth your while to give lassitna a rial. Noto addiess-3 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. FO1 SWMEET AND P1U11E l BRlEAI) (0 1'O G. Redman, Canterbury Bakory,- CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY,, And at BRhKi I10.D1), CA :lE1lW' ILL. WAt1IANT I i) FIIIFlI FOIi01 ATLU. Delivered Daily in Canterbury, Canberiwell, Onal yn, Surrey 1lills, lurx IHill. The only. Malkci ii th Colony or the IIYGIENiT \i\'OWN RIIIEAD, as reconunended by the leading London 31edical Faulty. ir Pionio and Ten Parties Catered for on the Shortcet Notice, 1s' Orders by Post Receive Prompt Attention. Willia m Beale TSADDLE &c HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill. GIG, CARlIIAGE and BUGGY IIARNESS NAPE '1 01QEI1 . Liarge Assorminent of Portminlenns, Brief & Glndstone ]jsusinn hamnd. COLTAIIS CAIIEVUI.TY FITTED. WHIIIPS, ID11WIt lES, 11U10, &c. Second-hnuil Iimuness Ilought, or Exctnhnged for Now. 1811. WINTEh , & AUTUMN 18111. MISSES COLLINGS STATiON STrIrT, ]l\, 11i.i., Are now Showing their Full an61d Varied Assortment of WINT'si 1 (100...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL, 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE, NUNAWAI)INO COUNCIL. Ma.N.wT, APIL 13.'i Presont.--Ure. Peppcroll (Piiesident), Bawlings, Cooke, Morton, Serpell, Ellingworth, Bishop andil M'Arthlur. From John Clancy, asking the council to make a crossing in Albany crescent, Surrey Hills. Deferred for further information. From C. Ietlherington, asking the countcil to finish the roads and foot paths in Albany-crescent, Surrey Hills. In dry weather, the writer stated, the dust powder from the clay was a. most.: intollorable nuisance, while in wet weather the roads were a perfect bog. Dealt with in secre tary's report. "1tott ttho:tlcting (mantger of the Australian Cias Association, asking the council to. remtove the saun-iteoring yards worked by ,Mr. T. Tau:y to a more unfreqiuented district. The nuisance and smell suflered by the employees at the Box Hill works is unbearable, often caused nausea and vomiting. It was decided to notify Mr. Tacoy that his license would not be renewed after the date of expiracy. A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

Local News. -a In lthe Ienalcll SStandard, of lhrd inst., we notice that Messrs. T. and J. 13. Lawford lnave been doing soime tall rabbit shooting. Tlhe prioe money in tile open handicap was divided among Hoven cotmpetitors, each kill. ing nine rabbits. Ono sweepstako was diviled between two brothers, and another between the saino two and Mr. D. Harrison. Mr. J. 13. Lawford had the best record of tih day, this gentleman having killed 110 rabbits without a miss. The lev. J. J. Brown will deliver a lecturo entitled " Heads and Faces " in lthe Weslyan Church, Mount Pleasanl., on Saturday even ing, April 25th, in aid of tie treat and prizes fund of the Sinto school, Vermnont. E. ilshop, Esq., J.' , will take tie chair at 7.10. .The Surroy Hills branch of the U.A.O.D. hold their inaugural " snioko night," on Tuesday evening, April 28th, in Brother Corstorphan's rooms. Adtuission will be by ticket. The cnmploy6s at the lox Hill Brick Works intend giving a bnelitb to Mr. William loberts, w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] MR. BROWN'S PIGGERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] MR. BROWN'S PIGGERY TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER SIR,-There recently appeared in your   columns a report of an inspection of Mr. Brown's piggery at Forest Hill, furnished to the Nunawading Council by the visiting Committee. Now, there is nothing strange, that a piggery should be inspected, but I think the rate payers will agree with me that the examination should be conducted with courtesy, and that the report should be accurate. In this case even the time chosen was unreasonable. About half-past seven   a.m. the committee began their visit. It   was about that time that Mr. Brown saw three persons prowling around his premises gluttonously making free with the stinks which, they say, existed in superabundance. I fear that it any person was so ill-bred as to take the same liberty on the premises of any of the three concerned in this case, Englis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL, 18. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 April 1891

DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 18. Present—Crs. Sell (President), and Zerbe, Lawford, Smedley, and Tully. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Taylor, Russell, and Ren- wick, notifying the council of having received the sum of £1 1s., the costs of one of the appeal cases. Received. From E. H. Cameron, M.L.A., re water supply for Doncaster, and stated having interviewed the Minister; but nothing could be done until the Metropolitan Board of Works came in force. It was resolved to ask Mr. Cameron to use his influence with the Board to get a trough and stand- pipe, and likewise to ask co-operation of the Boroondara Shire Council. From C. M'Dowall, applying for a   written testimonial in his favor for valuing. Received. From Box Hill Gas Co., stating the terms upon which they would supply the council with gas, viz., £6 per   annum for not less than 20 lamps, which includes lighting and extin- guishing ; ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

r 'IASEIIlAlAri. ( I :' I ' A praclico match (13lackburn v. All Comers) w~ill he plavyed at Jllackburn io-m iorrow to which intlciling Ioiilllbers nlld otherH nar cordially invited. Tho lllncliburn tlenin will bo chosen froIn MeIHssI. ieeosby (2), Iark, Loadlr, PLtrry, lates, llck, ladgoose, Roberts, Qiarterniii", iSqitz, Minalian, . Lilliiigtn. After the maltcli a lecting will be held to arrniilo for the leaguo Club mitclclics for which tho following fixtures have been miade. SMay i)--East elboullrne ; 11 -Ilichmiond ; '0l-m- lvorn; (25 -Mlbotirnoe *; l 0-VFitiirly.: .liune 2-Metropolitan ; 20--iltroy; 27 East Melbolurnec. SIJuly 4l-Malvern; 11-Melbourno; 18 tioalimond; 2i-Metroipolitan. Ill ordor to iialo a l air lir? wo/ ppeal lo 'tlo ntllo'i mn ini tliodlstlclt to join thlir r 'iiul H. . i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

FOOl UArjL ISurrey Ililla Sbtalr pIy thu llgilariw, not Koooiongton tloibnotIoiy. Tm ' Blur will ho reproeouutdl by the followin m, wlo'dnro''ro (111040(1d "to ;chtch u 10. 1:4 It triiio ' -Bnker, lllclcburo, Clnake (), Collmns, Currie, Coo, I)ollihnu,, lDownijo, 51.1ott, Fult1on (2), Flct. clwr, .Jookiou (2), Leight (2), Litehliiold, Lamin hert (2), Lench (2), Skonc, Spear (2), Steer, Scott, uuntwolls , 'I'hne Sunmvty'liilln 6lnnh ollilhplna ascrinilol ma1~t~chlon theuir, goulld to linorton startuing ait ti o'clock. Alit D01tirous of playing, ro eroe hhluotcd to tlunin up cerly: Tenniso u will be Ipiclkoie by Capltan and.\ice Captain.

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