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GOOMALIBEE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

GOOMALIBEE NEWS A very quiet wedding tookl place at -the Roman Catholic Church, Ben llia, on Saturday last, the contract nsg, Parties, being Miss Alma Carey, third daughter of fMr. W. J. Carey and the late Mrs Carey, of Goomall bee, the bridegroom being Mir Iloilttt Beasley, of Crageburn. Miss. Norma Carey was bridesmald and Mir J. Beasley, was best man. The bride was given' away by her father. The happy couple left immediately by car for Melbourne. Their future home will be Romsey. Father Downey was the celebrant. There is some talk of getting other members to form a party telephone line from here to the Benalla post ofilco. Many think that they wouldl get much better attention on a party line, and, besides there are others now ready to apply for the privilege of having the phone. The i)resent party line it is understood, has only two subscribers at present. IFeeding of stock is now fairly gen :'ral, and will be continued until a good Ialin soaks Into the ground. The grassHIoppers ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sydford Motors [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Sydford Motors R.+ SYD. HIYDE, the proprietor of Sydford Motors, toll the "En qlgn" representative, that lie It plan 'ilg extenasive alterations to his al ready -well-equipped lulhrlcatorltlm. The alteratlons will extend the lubrl iltlon department, and allow the car to have free Iaccess to Blridge Street. Sydford Motors IH tle result of three years' hard work," originally itarted na at one Illan garage to the -iresent line buildlng with eIght em 'loyee. ' "The repallr service," sayn l'r IHyde 'nl colipe with anything int the motor n'r line. We can . duco, tupholoter. tive high plreHssHl'e luhrlcation, andt nomlpletely re-buillId the ,car. F Por a long time we have speclnllsedh In rsnihen, land now have complete vlUiopment to deal with them." SMrly'.lde claims Ino e the :flrst-to '!nstaltla hoist In Ilenalla.. The now v'ord 10 of which lir Hyde Is especi tlly protul, IHn a ciallenge to' other '.ight carn, iand ntending, cart buyers 'holnltl examine this light car to' ce vhat can lie...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"FINCHLEY," THE HOME OF MRS H. HARNETTY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

"FINCHLEY," THE HOME OF MRS H. HARNETTY. ON the corner of Margaret and BridgeStHreets, stands the real dence of :Mrs I. Ilarnetty. It In a row style of home to Benalla, built f:om Ideas, no doubt,.collected by its ,ovner while on 'her- recent trip abroad; Charmlng both Inside ned outside, Ihero: are~ some of its main features; 'The lovely loungo room Is surrounded. by; s:iri terrncc, that is horseshoe in slap?:?the tierriace W-vll are dwarfed, s id the chimneioy'stack is flanked -by v indoW, boxes-gay' old 'wlndow, I oxen that: ire onceo more fashionable. Insldo the lounge room, eighteen f-et of red pine form the' mantle In Canadian style. ' The fire -place is built of blue clinker oricks. Rich brown thllp oak panels the hall, wax-polished to show the grain. Each room has a color scheme, oven the kitchen. The bath room modestly hides. itself, under palo pearl grey. An: nteresting feature is the gar ages, which aro'part of the house, aind enable the car to be backed out without turni...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
METHODIST ORDER OF KNIGHTS INSTALATION SERVICE. SPECTACULAR CEREMONY AT SHEPPARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

METHODIST ORDER OF KNIGHTS INSTALATION SERVICE. SPECTACULAR CEREMONY AT SHEPPARTON. Visitors were present from Benalla, Wangaratta, Katama. tite and Yarrawonga, when ..the installation ceremony of them Methodist Order of Knights took place at Shepperton. The ceremony, which wan most spectncular, too place In the Sunday. School hall, where members were In stalled by the District Court Knight Commander (Mr H. Nicholls,. Ben alla), niassted by the presenting om cer,. Mr S. Thwaltee, of the anmo dis trict. The following officers were in stalled:-Blshop, Rne'. E. B. Blake; Knight Commander, Mr H. Akers; Past Knight Commander, Mr W. P. Pottenger; Deputy Knight Comman der, Mr A. Randloe; Dean, Mr A. W. Phillips; Chief Knight, Mfr . Hyde; Knight Chancellor, AMr KA. Dolley; Provost Marshall, AMr M. Pottenger; Marshall, Mr N. Clanson; Knight of Entrance, Mr A. Wallace; Knight Minstrel, fr. C. Rooe; Court Ierald. Mr II. Smith: stewards, Messres IJ. P.F. Warden, A. Lloyd and N. Ewart. After the...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PICTURE PERSONALITY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

PICTURE PERSONALITY MrL WILLAMS, the manager of the Star-lit theatre, has had a romantic career, quite in keeping with the film business. Twelve years ago he was Just a dodger oy--that is a boy who plasters up small an nouncements of the coming pictures. Ho'e rose, learning every part of the picture gimem from wiring the foot lights to wiring the projection box for sound-a very complicated busi ness. After qualifying for the flrst class operator's licence, he became manager. In this capacity, he ex Illlitted n 'II mninlall. NeW South W\Vial anid theIn In VIctorIa. Tlravelllng the three SlateH in this fashion, egetsa vratilllity, and In that perhaps lien the hacc?c of his HII(CCrHH In llI1enali|t. Il-s1 recipe for keepingl Benalla nudienliilCe happy IH ai JUIIICIIolnt mix thre of comedy, ldrmail, anild musical - shown. lienalil lilkes all thlcH equ illy si well. (Gool luck lir Vlllllamn, and good box olllces.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Do We Build Too Cheaply? [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Do We Build Too Cheaply? S. By SCRUTATOR; a. CI.On it large numbJer 'of people, ,-.tho.hnlUlslve answer to thle above would be I loud and 'emphatic "No." This Is quite understandable, in view of the fact that inost Aus trailatns have an .Innate dlesire to he home=owners and to convert thus desire Into reality at the earliest pos slhle moment. Considerable. sacri fices are made to achieve tills very worthy object,. and the 'expenditure of every shilling is watched with the greatest care,? All this is very pra!seworthy, hut common sense should . balance desire and economy. There has hbeen a r(iwlng:tendienncy,: ncceltntuated by the trade depression, to utlilse materials and' finish of minimum.chst, .to the completeo disregard:, ofd futureo main tonance. The inoyltable result sl that In:.a :few years, and ab recurring in tervals: afterwards, considerable sums have-'to hbe.spent in nmalnten nnrce which 'ctiuld have' been saved or at. "lcast; greatly reduced, by" judicious consideration ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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BENALLA'S PICTURES QUE GARDENS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

BENALLA'S PICTURES QUE ,GARDENS A particularly popular rendez vous for bot' local and: district residents of Benaila, and for great 'numbers of the.otravelling public, Is the beautifiul Benalla Gardens. Sltuatedoon the balnks of the Biroken River, it makes a splendid gateway to the town r Having been laid out some 50 yeare ago on ideas .sug gested by a Mr MfBcean, It has, do veloped under, the careful attention of Mr Harry Briggs,, who,- though the original curator," Is still inh active occupation of that ofilce, until now It vies with the gardens of any town throughout Australia for supremacy. Beautiful trees, both "native and.of other, parts, of the world, are in abundance, and provide magnificent vistas as well as wonderful shade for all visitors to the gardens. Surround ing the Soldiers' Memorial are very well kept lawns with numerous beds of seasonal' blooms, which are always a picture to -the eye, and the envy. of householders with lovely gardens at their homes. Fine, wide gra...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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RE-OPENING OF SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

RE-OPENING OF SCHOOLS TUESDAY last saw the re-opening of State secondary and primary schools after a long vacation. At Benalla East, West and St Jos eph's schools only pupils undertak ing the work of Grades VI, VII and VIII. resumed, and of these classes only a small section attended. .The Consultative Council decided that children from country schools who have been' absent from their home district should not be re-admitted to school untill three weeks after the re turn to their homes. "Unnecessary congregation of adults and: children' is considered undesir able, and: should be avoided. 'Assignmeniti'booklets for Grades.Y! to VIII will ?not ? be supplied ''for pupils' voluntarily 'withdrawn from school. :iBooklets containing assign ments of work have been received by the head masters of 'the Bonallk schools and 'may be obtalned upon application at the schools to-day (Friday) "by parents, other adults or children not excluded from school. In no case 'will a child be permitted to visi...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Message to Parents. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

A Message to Parents. AlthougH ,there have . lately been fewer cases of infantile paralysis in Victoria, 'it is still not thought wise to re-open, the schools at the present time to the very young children. ' Inl order that these pupils may be given some lessons in the home, special broadcasts have .been., arranged,. and booklets will be prepared and sent each week to schools, where they can be obtained by parents, other adults, or elder children not excluded from school. .These booklets should be available at the end of'each week.: Teachers will correct the lee; sons done by 'their pupils, end you are urged to take. or send the completed work to the school at regular intervals-every week, if possible. The work set for Grades 1 and II will be explained as simply as possible, as though :the teacher were talking to the pupil, but it will have to be read aloud by a parent or an elder brother or sis ter. 'In many homes this will mean still another task for the mothers, all they can to h...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Benalla Supplies Fibrous Plaster 490 Miles Away [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Benalla Supplies Fibrous Plaster 490 Miles Away Mr E. L. Vaughan told the "Ensign" representative that when he was passing through , Benalla on the vway to Moyhu, he liked the look of the place. He went back to Melbourne, sold his works there, and opened a fib-' rous plaster works in Benalia., So keen were his customers to go on 'buying his plaster .even at in creased: prices, that ho has 'sent It 4L0 miles away. The list of towns that still demands his plaster reads like a .western ' and . north-western guide' book. His biggest job was the "31ansfield theatre' in which ' 1000 'square yards of fibrous plasiter was 'used' all moulded in 'special moulds under the *directlon`-of the architect by Benalla craftsmen., Mr ..aughan -has a now method of fixing which saves 20 per cont. of time.used by the ordinary' method. Thlsn all speaks' for itself.l Benalla has become 'the centre `iof -'fibrous plaster,' because, of, the''excellence' of its fibroueS plastel 'product

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Farewell Evening [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Farewell Evening Nw Mondayevening rn , l.~.'frlenlde were prjoent at at socitl t'In the John Cooper Methodist Hall to ony farewell to Mr Hugh Arthur, who ha' been promoted to it position In 1th Yarrawonga Ibranch or the 1Bank I' New South Wales. During his so journ In Bennlla, lir Arthur haol ren dered valuable. servlce to the Method lot Church, being. Interested in al itH activities. After variollus speakerl had11 pal' glowing tribute to hls flne vwork annm helpful Influence, the loev. L. E. with.V Inson presented iMr Arthur withl -r handsomsemusic 0a10 and gold pencl' on behllf or tlhe organisations wit' which he had been associatedl.. r Arthr Artllr was. greeted with low llpplause 1H hle IeoeL to respond. 1 1sd1h that ihe found it dllfncult. to ex prees himself on suich an occlsion Ibut he felt that he had gainedl mucl throllgh the friendshltli hlie Illldl forl mred, and thalt hle would always havr happy recollections of hls. nrnoclni tions at tHenalla. ]e1 hopedl he woutl" often...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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CAR OVERTURNS TWICE Occupants in Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

:CAR OVERTURNS TWICE Occupants in Hospital 'AS a result of a car overturning on the Hume Highway near B3enallo ishortly after one o'clock on Wednes day afternoon, three occupants are at 'present. In ;tho Bonalla Bush Nursing Hospiltal undergoing treatment for In Juries received. _ Mr William IIowling. of Essendon occompanled by MAr Charles Sago of M?oonce Ponds, was travelling to wards Benalla, and was passing, an Essex car, the occupants .of "which were Mr ond'Mrs It. Marshall of East Melbourne, and iMr Norman Marshall of Collingwood. The Ford had almost passed the second ear which was travelling In the ane direction, when the running board struck some part of the Essex whichl overturned twice Mr and Mrs Marshall and Mr Nor man Marshall were Inter removed to the Tlennlla Bush Nursing i ospi tal suffering from head Injuries and shock. Mr Norman larshall sus tained a nasty cut on his heond. The EsHex was badly damaged. Messrs hlowling and' Sago escaped. Injury. It will be sotn days b...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Bridge Chairs a SiE E' Arm Chairs When Your 1j LArm Chairs Furniture LoungeChairs * o be Rpired or Upholstered,. we will call for and deliver the goods. Best work at lowest prices COMFORT AND A fine assortment A. K. Anderson CONVENIENCE Upholsted Complt Home Furr a Chairs is Vpholett...... 132 Bridge stret. These are the first things to presented in BENALLA. Phone 418. be considered when pur o-u r stocks. _ chasing The Chairs A DINING ROOM are shown in Wardrobes from 27/6 SUITE all shapes and Our suites have the merit of sizes, and in Chairs, fro 3/. venient as well as artistic in of colourings. design and well made. Prices will please you. Tables, from 7/6 A. K. Anderson 4 A. K. Anderson 4 .omplete Homa. Furnlsher and , complete Home Furnishers and . JUpholt.rer... 13a Bride. St et. Uphost..r dr. 1.3 Bridge Stree. BENALLA. Phone 415. BENALLA. Phone 455. Phone, Benalla 418 444-444444444 Phone, Benalla418 SA. K. ANDERSON Free Linos Laid. Free Delivery. Free Estimate Wangaratta Techni...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Decorating the Home THE SELECTION OF COLORS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Decorating the Home ... THE SELECTION OF COLORS ALTHOUGIH ther...are excoptions, the general rulo is that the ground color should be weaker In tone than that laid upon it. We have seen the principle explained In the para "graph referring to repetition of color, where the touches of .stronger tone are suggested as a means of-softening *the dominenco:of the background; This applies 'equally forcibly, to 'contrasting polychromes as it ' does' to mono, 'chroims. " Thus a moeditm 'grey back: ground looks well with mouldings'or other ornaments of deep rod; orange or yellow or lower tones blues; violet or yellow on lower tones blues; violet will take black and any color, .bo the tone clear' and bright or soft. The same applies to sllver. Gold in "lts lighter tones,' often greenish or pinck-. soh, may be taken as an example; In its richer, darker tones, It leans to wards the exceptions, as It will take .white or pale' pink or green ornament Also among .the exceptions Is white on black. At-o...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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PRESENTATIONS FROM RESIDENTS AND CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

PRESENTATIONS FROM RESI " ;' DENTS AND CRICKET. CLUB.' SThe Baddoge le Hall Iwas .packed to, the doors: on' e :nWedkinday .?ven .Inglants when Air and; Mrs Stan Robinson who werq recently married, werectondered a social evening by the reasdents., Eulogistic, ..reforences to the .gustse of the evening, were made by. Messrs G. Forshaw. (Violet Town), ,A. Wolsh ,(Warronbayno .West), P. Ae]?herson (Warrenbayne). ' hey rWeroe presented with. a handsome clock, and a silver caceko dish..' Mr Robinson,,whq, is a very keen member of ,ethe local, eaiclet iteam, Was pi? sented, with a, sot of brishes' anda* smoker's butilt. ir A. Welsh _mad. a,,capabloe. M.CO, and' all spent a joily. tlnio' runtl to smaill lhou?rs. Mr "Rob " bn ''thiianked a' ll for1 the io?ryĆ½ pled. , dand iru fi; evh intgwi ihd i.en 'tondored ahe, ad:il alsfor- thlie t'very 'useful and beautiful gifts.'

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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"Marie" Frock Salon [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

"Marie" Frock Salon! d MARIE".the shop that women l- Iove to buy their prettles and party frocks; is reminiscent of the "Rue do la Paix" in Paris. Distingue Linda Hofford insists on exclusivoness. Thl 'charming ' lndy told' the "Ensign" representativo something of the buying trip she is planning, and of how she is" going to scour oall thoseo lttle nooksi and. corners of Mehlbourno city known to her, where qucr little places are, who copy directly from model frocks, that originally hailed from Paris, Vienna, London, and other romantic- places. ''hnt seems wise to us, for doesn't any woman's heart heat fanter.lat the thought of exclusive frocking. Misc Ilofford's slogan is "Exclulsveness at a moderate price" and "'plus personal attention." Printed and publlished Iy John Guare O'Shea, for the proprietor, et the "Enalgn" Offico. Benalla, in tile Stato of Victoria.

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"GOO GOO" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

TI-IE Centre Arcade Is a busy place . these days, fortwo 'charming oc thipants have 'started' a baby shop. Misses Edith', and Audrey Brown, once social leaders of Bacchartao llildura, expressed" their" raison d'otro as having a love for. children, "T'he child,'-said Miss Editi. Brown, must he lightly but warmly clad, then it can .be left out of doors to Ilay in all weathers. At' night, the windows. should be wide open,, the cot should be in a corner, hut away frold the wall, and incidentally if baby is lucky enough to have a nursery, the walls should be cream with a blue coiling, because It Is impossible to be entirely free oif llos in the coun try, and blue attracts' the Ilies,:. A screen Is necessary In the room where baby sleeps. It can be made for a few shilllngs,. and will prevent draughts.' TIhls of course is import ant. Another point Is that if you cannot afford the very best for baby, then buy the best that money will buy, because good garments will stand up to laundering, a...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SWANPOOL HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR JANUARY. Leading Herds. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

SWAN?OOL HERD TEST ING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR JANUARY. Leading Herds. T. S. Powell' ;." .r. 10 27.0 .06 7.70 H. H. Wallace .... 14 24.1 5.2 1.57 H. Pearce .. .. . 11 22.0 4.9 1.23 P. H. Bailnes .... 10 18.7 5.0 1.14 G. Dunlop ...... 35 20.6 4.0 1.00 C. Murray . ... 15 18.8 4.7 1.00 Best Matured Cows. T. S. Powell's Morn Madeira .. . .. .. 31.5 5.4 1.70 H. Lester's Vera .. 35 4.7 1.08 T. S. Powell's Charmalno 25.5 0.4 1.03 T. S. Powell's'Morn Maid .. .. , .. .. 2727 5.0 1.69 H. Lester's Lena .. 28.5 6.4 1.54 G. Dunlop's Silvlo .. 34.5 4.4 1.62 H. Wallace's Heather Belle ...... .. 30 4.3 1.54 Best Three Year Olds. T. S. Powell's Marlposa -Lark .... ... .. .. 25 6.0 1.50 H. Wallaceo'a Duck .. 25.5 5.8 1.48 G. Dunlop's Peggy Mack .. .' .... 28 4.5 1.26 H. Wallace's Gun .... 24.5 5.1 1.21 H. Pearce's Nancy .. 22 5.5 1.21 Best Senior Two Year Olds. T. S. Powell's Starbrlght 31.6 5.8 1.83 T. 8. Powell's Anna Carlovna.. . 20.5 5.8 1.54 T. S.. Powell's Mlont ler maid ;.......... 90 4.0 1.47 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

To-day Ensign Special .. Obtainable Westa ott' eand Borx's :lo :0 '10 "::WEB W. J TOKNGORMA NDTON Watts,Turnbull & Co:. STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. IBRANCIIES.-WVangarattn, Rutherglen, Dookle. St James.' Devenlsh, Violet Town, Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck, Strathboglo, luffy. " Brimin, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : The Famous "'Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured In. Aus- trails). The Curator of Estates of Decerised Persons,. The Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australlan Mutual Provident Society. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. We also have a big selection of Houses and HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for Private Sale, and Intending buyers should mnake a. point of seeing our list. LOANS ARRANGED. SWe cannarrange Lonns over Broad Acres and 'I'ownalhip Securlltes at the Lowest Current Itates of Interest. Stri...

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BOWLS CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

- BOWLS CHAMPIONSHIP.{;: Matchdas In the "A' grade cham pionslilp played to date are as' fol lows: 7..Qualifying Round.-Symons d. Mea dows,' 21/7.. :First Rbund.-Symons ` d.: Steven son; 21/19; Waller d. Stephens, 21/8; Briggs d. Grayson, 22/10; Kay d. Hair, 21/15; Chldlow,d. Collins 21/11; Crockford d, Fox, 21/18;:. Machln. d Grubb, 21/12; Nason d.: ;Abfalter, 21/11. Second Round. S non s d Waller 21/18: Chidlow d., Croclkford, 21/13; Machln d. Nason, 21/10' ;. T'hird Round.--Chidlowv d.,Machin, 21/9. "B" Grade Chamlpionship.-. First Round.-Berry d. d Phillips; 21/20; Trueman bye; Sullivan d. Pal mer, 22/11; Box, bye; Revie. d Hey wood, 21/15; J, . Hogan, byeo Cam bridge d. - Wrlght, w.o.; F.' Wallace, bye; Stolz .d. R. Wallace, 21/13; olllly, bye :. 1asband d. Bird, 21/10; Vallender, bye ; Weatherill d. Vealo. w.o.; Putt, bye; Carthew d. Carter, w.o.; F. Lord, bye. Second Round.-Truemani d. Berry 21/11; Box d. Sullivan, 21/20; H-Iogan d: Revie, 21/15; Stolz d.. Reilly, 21/16; Vall...

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