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GIBRALTAR CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES. CRUSHINGS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

! GIBRALTAR CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES. GEUSHINGS FOR FEBRUARY. The following returns were obtained from the Tributes' erusbings in February. The crushings were delayed by the scarcity of water for battery purposes :— J. Ross and J. Cochrane, 67oz lOawfc gold from 30 tons stone; P. Eccleston and T. O'Grady, L64oz Sdwt from 137^- tons; Win. Taylor, 35oz Jdwt from 29J tons; Win. Burns, 15uz 18dwb from 12f tons; J. Beaver and G. M. Vance, 33oz .5dwfc from 20J tons ; E. Brown, 73oz 15dwt from 2o£ tons; H. Homan, 12»z 18dwt from 25£ tons; Chas. Taylor, 30oz 12dwt from 27f tons; G. Clifford 16ozl5dwt from 22| tons; M. Stitt, 4oz lGdwt from 8£ tons; J. M. Quinn, lOoz 6dwt from 12f tons; J. Roberts, 7oz from 20J tons; R. Stubbs, 8oz 18ilwt from tons; Edwin Williams, 8oz 17dwt from 4\ tons ; T. Allen and R. O'Brien, 16oz lldwt from 20J tons; P. Keenan, 57oz 5dwt from 41J tons; R. King and C. Burt, 18oz lldwt from 21f tons ; W. M. Hawken, 12oz 7dwt from 48 tons ; W. Stone and J. T. Allen 5oz 7dw...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

MINING. Goid-mining lease ready for delivery F. Allen and others g l 75, 5a, ph. King, co. Selwyn. The following applications for mining leases have been lodged with the Warden :—A, J, Orford (for Booth's Reward Gold-mining Co.), 24a 3r 4p, being forfeited gl 10, parish Mooney Moonev ; Thomas Kelly, 40a, on portion 272, parish Wagra, to mine for chrome. Messrs. Keefe and Mason's mine at Billapaloola, lately successfully carried on by tributers, is now being worked by the owners themselves. They have two miners constantly employed thereon. We are sorry to bear, however, on Friday last the side of the shaft fell in. Fortunately no accident occurred. . !

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TUMUT ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

TUMUT ANNUAL RACES. The following are the weights for the prncip&l events to be run at the Tumut Turf Club's annual meeting\x=req-\ on March 25 (first day) :— Tubf Club "Handicap. st lb E. Broben's b g The Snail 9 5 T. 0. Norton's Loveshot 8 12 M. Whitty's Mermaid ... 8 10 J. Pierce's Goldwing ... 8 9 N. Tweedie's Easy Molly 8 4 F. Pureell's Echo ... S O J. Laffin's Dunmore ... 7 10 • A. J. King's Transvaal ... 7 5 P.Julian's Barton ... 7 2 J. Pierce's Shilling ... .7 0 T. P. Arragon's Lorna ... G 7 H. W. Mason's Coolaman 6 7 First Hukdles.—About 2 miles. st lb J. Roche's Jurigy... ... 11 2 J. Laffin's br m Cudelbar 10 12 F. Darragh!s Mite 10 12 J. Hannah's Curlew 10 2 T. Kennedy's Erin's Isle 9 10 J. Whitehead's Jingle ... 9 7 W. Talbot's Galtee More 9 5 T. 0. Norton's Gillbird ... 9 4 P. Woods' br m Duchess 9 0 0,. Pureell's Burenda ... 9 0 D. Gail's Kitty Wells ... 9 0 A. J.:King'^ Amy Castles; 9" 0 P. Hargrfiaves' Royalty ...' 9 0

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SPORTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

SPOTTING. ¥ __ -, THE TURF. racing fixtures. Jugiong Jockey Club.—March 11. Adolong Jockey Club.—Autumn meeting, March 21. Tumut Turf Club.—Annual Mooting, March 25 and 26. Albury Racing Club—April 1 and 2. Taroutta Raoo Club—Annual meeting April 13. Young Turf Club—April 29 and 30. Easy Molly was put up to auction on the Gundagai ■ racecourse on! Wednesday and wag purchased by Mr. N. Tweedie at a satisfactory figure. The Gundagai Bacing Club lost no less than £24 in bookmaker"' fees on last week's meeting, compared with last year. The club lost about £40 on the meeting, but a credit balance of about £25 will remain after all the\x=req-\ expenses are met. " t Mr. G. T. Budd disposed of the racecourse rights at the Adelong! Jockey Club's Autumn meeting, to be held on th« 21st inst, at Tattersall's (John's Royal Hotel) on Saturday afternoon. Mr. J. G. McLaugklau bought the publican's booth for £6 5s and Mr. Geo. Keenan the outside gates for £14. As showing the effect of the drought up...

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MERRIVALE v. GADARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

MERRIVALE v. GADARA. A match was played on Torilting's' court on Saturday between a team under the management of the Merrivale Club and Garlara, which resulted in an easy win for the former by 22 games. The visitors were hospitably entertained at the conclusion of the match, and speak well of the friendly manner in which the game .was5 played. Scores:— . Mixed Doubles. First, round.—Miss Ehlers and Humphreys v. Miss Howe and Whatman, 2—6; Miss H. Trudgen and Ritchie v. Miss Tonking and H. Tonking, 8—6; Miss Trudgen and Smith v. Miss Whatman and McDonald, 6—4; Miss Ritchie and Prowse v. Miss B. Tonking and O'Connor, 6—3. Second round.—Miss Ehlers and Humphreys v. Miss Whatman and McDonald, 6—4; Miss Ritchie and Prowse v. Miss Tonking and H. Tonking, 6—0; Miss Trudgen and Smith v. Miss Howe and Whatman, 6—3 ; Miss H. Trudgen and Ritchie v. Miss B. Tonking and O'Connor, 5—6. Gents.' Doubles. First round.—Humphreys and Smith v. McDonald and Tonking, 6—2 ; Ritchie and Prowse v. Whatman a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

Fok Sfrai s, Swelling, And Lamenebs there is no better liniment than Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Thousands can tesify to the merit of this romedy. One application gives roleif. Try it. PEAKCE AND LONG sell it. Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W. v PRIZES,"£3,500. urand Commonwealth Show 8th to 16th April, 1903. BIZE SCHEDULES for tho forthcoming SHOW may be had on application, at the offioe of this paper. F. WEBSTER, Secretary, Tattersall'a Chambers. i. Hunter-street,' Sydney. f HAVELOCK HIGHEST QUALITY MANUFACTURED. DARK OR AROMATIC TOBACCO THE "Tumut Advocate" AND " FARMERS & SETTLERS' ADVISER," A Weekly Jottfrial (Published on Tuesdays), The efforts of our literary staff will be mainly devoted to maintaining the general welfare and fostering the interests of the inhabitants of the Tumut and Adelong districts in particular, and to independent action regarding general affairs of the State and the Commonwealth, the maxim, " that more good results from avoiding partisanship tha...

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TENNIS. FERNDALE v. GREENBANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

TENNIS. FERNDALE v~~ GKEENBANK. A team from Fcradale Club, SJjep\x=req-\ ardstown, journeyed „to -Nacki Naclci on Wednesday ..and . played against GreenbankOlut) in their 'iirsk match, resulting in a defeats of tho .former by 56 games" ! as against 39. Scores:— First round. -D. Dolphin and Mips P. Roots v. ;R. Craig and Miss S. JProwse, ;5T'r6;jiJi il3eattiG,jand *M?s.. Moon v. R.; M. Prowso and Mjsis Gordon, 1—6"; R. Stubbs andiMiss J, Roots v. R. PI. Prowse and Mrs. W. Conway, 3—G ; M. Tully. and Miss. Mr Allen v. H. Dodd anclMrs^ G. Prowse, 2-6. • •; Second round.—J., Beattio and -Mrs. Mqoji v. ' Rl'Craig and Miss S. Prowse, 2—6; D. Dolphin and Miss F. Roots v. R. M. Prowse and Miss Gordon, 6—4 ; M. Tully and Miss M.; Allen v. R. H. Piwso and Mrs. W. Conway, 4—6; R. Stubbs and Miss J. Roots v. PI. Dodd and Mrs. G. Prowse, IS—6. Third round.—Gents' doubles.—J. Beattie and D. Dolphin v. R. M. Prowse and R. Craig, 2—6; M. Tully and R. Sfcnbbs v. H. Dodd and R. H. Prowse, 6—6. Fourth...

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Trip to Yarrangobilly Caves. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

Trip to Yarrangobilly Caves. (By " One of Them.") (Concluded.) At the solemn hour of sunset ere twilight grey had flung his misty mantle o'er the scene, the genial   Harry and I set out with complete equipment on a piscatorial excursion, induced by the reported success our popular Tumut medico had when a short time previous he essayed to entrap the sly trout that as a matter of fact abound in the mountain streams running through the locality. I question whether Diomed and Ulysses, in their famous excursions across the plains of Troy, experienced loftier emotions than did we as with echoing tread we marched thither. En route we struck the thermal springs, which are enclosed in the good old-fashioned style by logs. Twenty-seven feet by fourteen feet constitutes the bath wherein the afflicted thither sojourning take their daily ablutions in the hope of Nature's agency restoring them to their wonted healthfulness. The bath varies in depth from 4ft. to 7ft. An adequate idea ...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

SPOBTINGr. ? THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. Adelong Jockey Club.—Autumn meeting! March 21. Tumut Turf Club.—Annual Meeting, March 25 and 2(3. Albury Raoing Club—April l and 2. Taroutta Race Club—Annual meeting, April 13. ' Young Turf Olub—April 29 and 86. The ancient Sunrise gelding, Orient,: who won a number of races when trained by 0. Edgehill, was sold in itjibourae ou Monday last, for a £5 note. Through an oversight the Adelong hurdle racer, Jungy, was not nominated for the First Hurdle liace in the Albury programme. Respecting the fatal pea-rifle accident reported in the telegrams in the " A & T. Express" of Friday, by, which Frank Kuhn, the well-known jockey lost his life, it transpires, that Kahn, while in the act of mixing some bran, leaned a pea-rifle, which he I used for shooting birds, against his body, when it slipped to the ground and exploded. The pellet entered Jiuhn's abdomeD, and he foil un\x=req-\ cjnscious. He died at 7-80 the same night without having regaine...

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CHAPTER VII. IN THE HAUNTED GRANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

CHAPTER VII. IN THE HAUNTED GRANGE. Hugh Trevor had more than once 'bought over Lidy March wont's suggestion, that if he wished to know more of the masked woman, he might s°e her a train if he .re-visited the Haunted Grange by night. Truth to tell, his interest in the mysterious lady had somewhatwaned since his attention haJ beeti so absorbed by affairs of much more moment to him, but Lady March\x=req-\ mont's words had sm-ved to . revive ic somewhat. "Shespoke as if she knew more of the matter than she chose to reveal," ' he thought. " I.don't know that it is of very much consequence whether I know who the masked woman is or not. But there is a certain attraction in an adventure of the kind, and I will go to the Grange this very night." But his trouble was not rewarded that night by any discovery of importance, unless the track of foot steps, half obliterated, could be regarded in that light. Several of the room • doors were locked so that his exploration of the place was to some e...

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United Tent Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

United Tent Mission. The United Tent Mission opened on 'Sunday morning-in Adelong in a large nwirquee pitched on an allotment of land'opposite the Presbyterian Church. The Mibaioner is the JRev. ,W. ..H. Scurr, whose, efforts are supplemented by the co-operaiwn of the Revs. E. . J. Spencer (Anglican), J. K. Turner (Methodist) and W. H. Marshall (Presbyterian), and the Salvation Army officers. A choir, composed of members of the choirs of the respective Protestant denominations, conducted by Mr. A. G. Pearce, with Miss Jory as organist, leads the music. Service was held at 11 a.m. and again at 7.30 p.m. There was a very large attendance in the evening. , The Mis\x=req-\ sioned wno has a line delivery and speaks as he thinks, addressed his auditors at length. He thrust in his home truths forcefully and impressively and showed that he possesses an exceptional power of riveting the attention of those he preaches to and causes them to think deeply in the course of his discourse. In the a...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

TENNIS. A match was played at Greenbank, Nacki Nacki, ^n Wednesday between Greenbank and a mixed team from Adelong and Little Plain, resulting in a win for the latter by 11 games. A most enjoyable afternoon was spent. Scores:— iFirst round (Mixed doubles).—Miss B. Trudgen and D. Green v. Miss Gordon and R. Craig, 5—-6 ; Miss H. Trudgen and F. Cox v'. Miss Purcell and R. M. Prowse, 2—6; Miss C. *Murphy--and-'.T; -Pei-kins v. Mrs. G. Prowse and J. Craig, (i—:2"; MiaR„A. Murphy and W. Hassett v. Miss Treweek and R.; H. Prowse, 6—4. Second round.—Miss B. Trudgen and D. Green v. Miss Purcell and R. M. Prowse, 5—6 ; Miss H. Trudgen and F.'Cox v. Miss Gordon and R.. Craig, 5—6; Miss A. Murphy and J. Perkins v. Miss Treweek and -R. .EL Prowse, 6—2. Third round (Gents' doubles).—D. Green and F. Cox v. R. M. Prowse and R. Craig, 6—0 ; J. Perkins and W. Hassett v. R. H. Prowse and Jr Craig, 5—6- ■ • Fourth round (Ladies' doubles).— Miss H. Trudgen and Miss C. Murphy v. Miss Purcell and Miss Go...

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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. "I GAVE YOU YOUR FREEDOM." [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

^MifrDEEPDENE 1 MYSTERY. . ■ ■ «—— CHAPTER VI.—Continued v-, u l GIVE YOU YOUR FREEDOM." . " There ace stranger things to he mot with in this world than you over dreamed possible, Mr. Trevor," replied Lady Marchmont gravely. " The .common idea of a ghost- is, of course, ridiculous. I have travelled in India, and I know that it is a land of mystery. The priests of some of the temples have forgotten more than your most learned men will ever know. In spite of the vaunted civilisation of the Western countries, the ceople who inhabit them are but as children in knowledge, compared to tboso of the glorious East." "I am willing to admit that, in certain of the occult sciences, thev are," said Hugh. [Silence fell between them for a few moments, and then Lady Marchmont raised her dark, inscrutable eyes to the artist's. '? I hope that, if you are ever in any great danger of difficulty, you will eorifide in me, Mr. Trevor," she said. " Remember, that Saul, the King of Israel, was not above con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

^Y0U % as SQUANDER f | MONEY $ W. in buying substitutes or fit 3K imitations which may be 5?r W. thrust upon yop in an M unguarded moment by .Vv dishonest tradesmen. w . . w ■ CiTiin ^ W: FOR # w EXAMPLE You might save a few Jk pence in the deal, but you would lose the entire itaj benefit which would & follow the use of a bottle •$, ^ of Wolfe's Schnapps. jjj; I UNLESS 1 Z YOU CAN « obtain the real article you $V Off want it would be wiser to save your money and not take any at all. ^ MRS, CHAS. ROOTS, - . SHEPARDSTOWN. Midwife and Ladies' Nurse. All eases attended to with the greatest cave, attention, and civility. Terms Moderate. '7 £1000 FOR .1/. £1000- 7 A fortune for Is. - A fortune for Is. £1000fori/ f FIRST ) £1000fori/. {GREAT} £1000 fori I { PRIZE J £1000 fori/. Or 12 months' Trip Bound the World, first\x=req-\ class, all expenses paid, and £000 in Casli for one person, or eight months for two. And 139 other Important Prizes, ranging in value from £1 to £150.. Eight...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

HIGHEST QUALITY MANUFACTURED. HAVEL DARK OR AROMATIC TOBACCO FINEST SELECTED AMERICAN LEAF. T. J. CONFOY, BICYCLE DEPOT, HAVING SECURED the SERVICES of a iivst-class city MECHANIC will enable h conduct the business in an UP-TO-DATE MANNER. BICYCLES sold on easy terms, and second-hand machines taken in part payment. All SUNDRIES kept in Stock. COME AND INSPECT OUR BICYCLES. :o: WYNYABD-STREET, TUMUT. BEGS to announce to his numerous friends and the public generally that he intends shortly Starting Business in Tumut as a General Carrier, Parcel Delivery & Forwarding Agent. o He has a splendid TURN-OUT, in PLANT and HORSES, and combining promptness of delivery with lenient charges, his life-long knowledge of the district and the people, hopes to be accorded a fair share of support. (Late Merbach's) TUMBARUMBA. JOHN IX JiOSS (Late of Commercial Hotel, Adelong), HAS PURCHASED the above well-known HOTEL from Mrs. Merbach. The new proprietor purposes conducting the establishment on...

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

Band of Hope. The monthly meeting of the Band of Hope was held in the Temperance Hall on Friday night. The Eev. W. H. Marshall. presided. The proceedings opened with;a temperance song by the company. Then ..followed a pianoforte duet by Misses Eggleton and McGruer, "Waves of the Ocean" ; and afterwards a prayer by the; President. Mr. A. Eggins read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed. Mr. Percy Foord favored the audience .with a recitation. Miss Brown sang, with good feeling, " Tatters " ; Miss Daisy Weeden rendered a recitation. Six little girls sang a chorus. Master Montee Reeves recited, in capital style. Little Thelma Howard (a mite of about 4 years) sang cleverly, in strict time and tune, " What will you take for me, papa ?" her brother accompanying her on the piano, A recitation was given by Miss Vena Latham. Master Percy Beale sang a song in character, which was highly amusing, and order was hard to restore. Misses McGruer and Lear\x=req-\ mont followed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

A,Com at This Season is most annoying and should not be neglected. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will rolieve tho ■ lungs, .make ■expectoration easy, effects a quick euro and leave the system ina healthy condition. ' It always oures quickly. PEARCE & IiONG sell it. ! ; ;Fois Sphai s, Swelling, And Lameness there is no better liniment than Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Thousands can tesify to the merit of this remedy. One applicatiou gives releif. Try it, PEAKCE AND LONG 30II it. THE NEW SHORTHAND. EVERYBODY can learn it. Easier than A. B. C. Amusing, instructive and useful to young and old. Absolutely necessary to all in clerical employment, to all men of business, and to all \\'ho desire to improve themselves. This is no age of retrogression or conservatism, but an age of progress and advancement. You cannot afford to waste valuable time and money in trying to master complicated and out-of-date systems of Shorthand, when you can learn the UP-TO-DATE and WELL-TRIED NEW SHORTHAND in ...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

KIANDil/V. /•TiiMtK i«s noUnng nmv • in particular, to report, ■ from hunr. Our im-Miibor." (Mr. Donaldson) has interviewed the Minister for Works re Lobb'sfHole road. Mr. O'Sallivan stated, in' reply, that he was aware of the importance, of the work, but could do, nothing at present, owing to the scarcity of. funds, but would go on with it as soon as money was available. Mr. Donaldson proposes paying us a visit about the 14th inst. and will visit Lobb's: Hole and other places of importanes. Mr. 0. L. Harris will accompany him. Our member will be well received, as it is generally re\x=req-\ cognised that no man could -do better for the district or. take more interest in the welfare of the people than he has done. The country here is looking brown and grey and grass is falling off. The sheep men are . preparing to get away by the end of this month. Three inches of rain fell on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday last giving plenty of water for mining. Good chaff is £7 per ton, bat it is l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

Jackson's (the only Adelong tailor) clothes are made on the premises, are cut under the personal supervision of the propriotor, and every satisfaction is guaranteed. Prices moderate. Workmanship superior. Fit and stylo the latest. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is ft liniment and, while adapted to all the ordinary uses of a liniment, has quality which distinguish it from other remedies of this class. Pain Balm is especially beneficial for rheumatism. Thousand of cases can bo cited in which it effected a cure when the sufferer had ' previously tried the bost medical service without securing relief. Pain Balm is. positively guaranteed to give relief. in the most severe ease of chronic or acute rheumatism. Pain Balm heals bruises, burns and scalds in less timo than any other treatment. It is " antiseptic " that is, it prevents putrefaction and by so doing, (jenorally prevents an unsighty soar remaining alter an injury is healed. For lame baok, lumbago and neuralgia, Pain Balm has no equal. It...

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CRICKET. TUMUT SCHOOL BOYS v. TOWN BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903

CRICKET. TUMUT SCHOOL BOYS v. TOWN BOYS. A cricket match was played on the Tumut; ground on Wednesday i last between the above »teams. The school boys batter! in grand style, nob one of them getting the unenviable " duck." The school only had one innings in which they scored 191. They were rather late in commencing arid did not finish till ,sis -o'clock ; therefore there was no .time : to give the Town boys an; innings. W. McNamara scored 21, and E. Sharp, R. Rankin, arid Marriott gave great displays of big hitting. Rankin hit five fours. R. Sharp scored 70 in a short time and he gob 'six fours and five three's. R. Marriott, from the time he went in, slogged and knocked up 22 very rapidly. The byes amounted to 22. , Scores:— SCHOOL BOYS.—1st Innings. W. McNamara, c Joyce, b Day 21 E. Sharp, b Dunstone .. .. 70 G. Byrne,'b Hume .. 6 H. Weeden, b Dunstone < .. 3 J. Archer, c Day! b Dunstone- .. 18 B.- Rankin, b Dunstone .. j .. 21 C. Hummerston, b Hume 3 I. Parker, c Ball, ...

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