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Bendigo Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

—r====ssr--«? ■ Bendigo Stock Market I The supply of sheep fm w tnl f( i- M, „ tuy'o •"•I" llC inyard* , lightly lighter one as iv-wrd. number, huu cunio f.uivaid fur 1-iM, ackK'o itt itkt-t. Utnguthur. includ'nty luiuhs, nl.,,\iL i-> tucks panie to band by mil, .,»■( ,,f miiiltcr about !M represented ^ v-itli lite ndclititui <<f •» lew litm* of i ots, made the |'i-'iiimi« about I'lie quality, although still only itiiidfiatt-', vas Mill, "H the while', >i slight imptov, ■ nailt on last wetdi's representation^ Medium and useful soils of cros.sbrod.i piL' lomiimti'd, with just occasional pens i,f in both wetheis and oiveit, and a fair supply "f nondescripts. Tlio usual ittd outside butchers went operating, tn. ■ether with two Melbourne exporteis' »«. jirusuiitiitivei, but I hot e was only a siiwll ittondnnce of otii-idu buyets. • AM the l>ust sheep were bought up in the private sdes, prices of these beiti',' linn nt Inst week's nuntations. t1'"' t lit* y...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING. TENNIS. INGLEWOOD CLUB. OPEN TOURNAMENTS TO BE HELD. £12 12/. IN PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

SPORTINti ' thani.s. INGU'IWOOl) Ul'KN Till'UNA.MKN'I''S TO HK I HOLD. j £•12 IL'/. Tn l»;tI55KS. I ' -± A well-attended (iietjliriti of tl»' leunis c!ul), piet-ided over hy ,M i S. i'\ Diddain.'J, , was held ill llit> Mechanics' Institnto on Monday uii< hr. A sr:if cmtuiT of funds ]iie- 1 sented liy '.lie siciotiuics, Mnisis Tatchell nnil Hrncklolniik, showed a rititlifc Imlaiico ' of LO Is fid. Tlii! ineinliership list showed ' 12 ladies and IK uentlenier. to lie enrolled. ' A hearty vote of thanks .vhs accorded Mrs ' vViagins and (lie 1'icriut Company fur a 'donation of L(i (is made from the proceeds 1 nf the entei tiiinment iccently held. 1 It. whs imanimcm.-ly decided that toiinm- ' nients open In k'cal and outside |)l iycrs lie 1 lield, and Unit prize money nmnunting to L12 12s lie allotted, Towards this tho following donations weie promised : — Messrs .S. l'\ Uiddams, \V. 'I'atchell and Bauibiook, LI Is each ; Dr. Deravin and II. Wright, 10s Gd ouch. The followi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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KINGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

KINGOWER. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) New trustees for the Kingower Ceme- tery are required, if the tale told is true,   and it is vouched for, a timber reserve that has been kept for the use of the cemetery for the last thirty years has been entered by local woodcutters and ruthlessly destroyed. Sleepers, railway yard posts, fire wood, etc., have been cut,   the fence having been removed for exit. The tops are left lying, and this has been going on since November. A few of the older members of the trustees, who had been the means of keeping the reserve intact, were in ignorance till the damage was done, but others were quite aware of it and took no action to prevent it. It is to be hoped the public will bestir them- selves and elect a few trustees who will do their duty, and recognise that the ceme- tery is not to be robbed but taken care of.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEHLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

VVEHLA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Ciicket has been resumed in this district, and on Saturday an enjoyable game was played between the Fentons Creek and   Logan teams at Kenton's Creek. Logan won the toss and decided to bat. Their show was much above expectations, the side knocking up a total of 139 runs. The feilding of the home team was unusually poor, as number of catches were dropped in the early part of the game. George Finch was the most successful of the Creek bowlers. After the usual interval the   home batsmen took the willow, but were speedily disposed of by the bowling of Shuitrieye and Stewait. A. Stephenson' got highest score, 30 runs made in excellent style, out of a total for the innings of 82. On Saturday next (tomorrow). Fenton's Creek will play Kooreh at Fenton's   Creek.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

MAIiUIAGK. DE LOAS— BUTCHER. — At St. Silu's Church, Albert Park, on "Sth Jauunry, Felix Ethynn, eldest son of Mrs. DeLoas, of "Mayyille," Hridport-street, Albert Park, to Jessie, second daughter of James Butcher, of Verdon-street, Inglewood.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Martin Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

The Martin Fund. AVe have been.requested tom-knowlcd*?. the followii.i: contribution!! to, the fund .which' has liecii opened for I lie j.Qlit'1 of Mrs. <-'• Martin and family; -whose : heavy■ loss hy lire was referred, .to in' our last. Issue." Further contributions vwill lu> re ceived by the Mayor or -Mr.- .1;-AVellp, Brooke-Mi out C. J. Anfrftt '... ,7. Well* ' ... F. K. Ilor.nn A. Pin lor iim! Co. W. TalclielL Mrs. \Velib" ... , ...' SIips fonthey ..." v. r K. lNichesler ..." " S. Tivev '..." ' ...l ■lennings Uioi. " 'J'. Dunn A. T'luniateail —.1. Turpie •...- • ... J. W. Ui.l^o .... ■ T. Daniel J.-17y\vaier ... • I*. .Itibbei .7. Tlioniiii P. Syinonilg ... > ... - P. K. Duhlaiiis ... A. U.Taysoin ;.j A. H. Appleby S. Fteeinnn , MIsp A'hcarn ..., ... '" ,7. M. Davie* ■ A. W. Rochester • O.S.I-V .. /-... - ... - • "\V. 0. T.el»h ... ' A. Nixon - .7. I'ieonu ... ... II. Tayfcoin ...' l'\ liasnnissen ... ' .!. " K. A. VanthotY . ... 0. Nixon . 1!. Wilbmore ..." 7\ ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inglewood's "Place Name." HOW DERIVED. SOME INTERESTING FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Inglewood's "Place Name." now derived. some interesting fact; I '-At tlie meeting of the I'oroug'h Council |on the Silrdlilt, a circular, letter was re ceived from the Geographical Society of ' Australasia .soliciting informal ion as to the meaning!anil history of Inglewond's "place name." ■ 'J he letter was rofci red to Mr. II. -Tavsoin, who furnished the following leplv at Friday's meeting: — • ''As far. as the name 'lnglewood' is con cerned in conneot'on with our. own town it lino no local application.. It will be of interest; however; to know-the historv of how lnglewood beeame possessed ot i|s name. It may. be known to some resi dents of (lie borough that this gold livid was discovered by tholate .Messrs. I homp sonHros. ■:'J'hcy and Mr -John Potter, J.P., well known throughout this and thu Ferniliuriit district,-were nephews of the Ilev. William Hull, and Mr. I'otter was living with his uncle at Gleiialbyu Grange when the Messrs. Thompson liiuyil pay able gold.- '1 lie whole o...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Hospital and Life-Governors. (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Hospital and Life-Governors! (Tu rin-: Kiinoi! 1 •Sir.— Kindly allow 1110 to place bi-foio the uh'IhIh.ms nf the IIDftpil.nl Committee iind tlm pulilic ti few particulars of whit is done in other puts of tlie State in respect, to the appointment of life-govei nors W'hiiaynl I lospital.— EnterX-iimiiutiLemu mittees aiid' municipalities entitled to nominate "anmi tl!' goveinus, a very (.leal. diUcience from "life" goveinors. l^eisons confening.aiiy special benefit to'the liosiii t'tl may, iriespi'ctive of subscription, ho elected "Itonoiary'' life-gnveinois at any spici.il meeting on the recommendation of the committee, lli-it. it». hospital committee, iikI .-hull lie entitled to one vote, but, tii.uk tliif, "no govi-i nor ivill bo entitled to any privileges until his or her subscription bo paid." Wmiacknabcal Hospital. —Any society, company or munieipality cm I ributing L25 or inoie in any one year will hive the privilege of nomin-iting one person for eicli 1/25, such person to have ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

SonoSKS-'lCAlR TONIC. . I his propsii ation is iinsnrpasecil ns a mii' fin ill am] ilflndvuff prevenlutivo. A »i' sprinkU'tl oii the ijeuil nit'llt ami "■""il!, aiid^eutly massaged Into Hie 'Hip, ri'ii(liTs'l)aliliioHij.inipcHgiblc. So ",ll'r Tonic will absolutely. airuml prevent it from fulling oilt. It s u beautiful ^loesv slioon, ami ill P 0lu the .natural'brightnssa of .,lr' l'rii'e 3» 9d per bottle. Ob Rt -V''" South«y'», fntflc

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Marong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Mavoiig Shire Council. ' .MONTHLY MEETING. 'l'lie monthly meeting \vn, hold on 'i lims : duy at the Shiia Hull. Alnrung. Present •—Urs Ponle (president), G'aitei, .Johnson, i Ye.itec, Huiley, Ketterei, Kuignson, Uily i mid N'iitli. OoRKF.fcrONPBNCK. From Act.inij Depnty-Postmuster-lTene l'ral, Melbourne, per Mr J, A. A:lhtir, M.P., re telephone seivice «t Kangaroo: Flat, .stating lint ihe revenue derived | would not justify the erection of a second I line, but that approval lmd lieen given for a portion of Ihe business transmitted over the Kangaroo Hat telephone liuu to. liu diverted to another circuit. The faeces*ny action was being taken accoidingly.— He Ci-ivfid. From St. Patrick's celebration, Remligo, t>olicitiit<r patronage, and asking tint steps he taken to have 18th Match proclaimed a public holiday.—Grin ted. From C. T. Gaywood, Haywood, on be half of the Haywood rifle chili, for permis si'in to shoot across mads in the line of lire at the lifle butls. — Engin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Kc.r l'.ninellia! Cnujjlis talfo ' ,Voo<ls''Oro;it Puppurniin. Cure, Is (id For Children's Hacking C'uiifih at. '/I'itilit WhiiiU Great PoppiTiuinl, Ouiu

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Borough Council. The fortnightly meeting of tlio council was held oil Friday evening. Present:— Ci'3. Ansett (Mayor),. Hani, Leigh, Wells, .Jones, Henshaw, T.oag and Lloran. | CORIUISKINOE.VCB. \ From the Women's Hospital, settina fortli the claims of. the institution for linancial assistance.—Referred to» annual vote. From Murphy and Connelly,: solicitors, Hendigo, ask'iim to lie supplied witha copy of the letter written by Jnlin Wilson?re compensation for acrident by falling down a hole in the borough.—Supplied'by town clerk. 1 From T. Liuydon, 1M.L.A., statins that the wishes of the council in relation- to an amendment in the Thistles Act would re ceive his best attention.—Received. ■ i From the Treasury, with account for J.00, council's annual endowment.—At tended to. From the Municipal Association, with copy of bill to fuither amend the Thistles Act. — Received. nr.roim. The town clerk repoited is followa (1) 1 hive the honor to report that I lie asphalt ing or repairing of the...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Hospital Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

. r^^pital Committee, JW'NTHl/Y MKICriN'i. " The monthly mefitine of the cotmnittei 0{ mnuiif!<-,"lont ,v,,s '""'d At f 'le tnatituto tin fliuisiiiiy' iftoino in. WresentMews. Afotohimnn (vicc-piosident, in the chair), Y p, O'Brien, \V.. iii.-f.veU, -T. Nelson, J. ;; jn|„1Sl K. K. Horan. The president (.Mr Biinc") attended nt iv liitoi- gti«e of t!in liuninc.'s. conn KKI*OJfHK\OK. I |."rrtiu S. F. DiddaniH, on huft'tlf of Mi l 0 T. Wills, of 1Wii.il', iMiclnsinu ,lunni. j ti,',n of r-ft in. recognition l.y Mr \Vil|s„f I Ills nppiBci.ition of .sBi'vicos .ami attention ' 'tendered him «hilu » patient in the insli (iitini) nruiy yens :n;o. The writer said : addition Mr Wills having a kiiitl /,• ftulinir •ul(i interest ton-aids (lie hospital »iid hel|>i»S quietly towards iu welfare, he lias been desttotis for soino ye,us p-ist of ifndii)» » special donation, and tho wiitcr, Vnoivin;: tlidt it is more prudent never to jiut off for the morrow wlmt can be done to-day, sti^Hi'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

MAKE HIM FEEL VOU.XG. "I had pains in the chest and stomach which ihe doctor said were due to indi gestion," writes .Mr. E. Henley, Saddler, ltaurimu, N.Z. "As his medicine did me 110 good I was advised io try Chamber lain's Tablets, and did so. 1 got imme diate relief, and am now never without a hottle in my room. 1 am a very old man, bjiJ, .C^aniji.erlajn's Tablets make me feel wel) and ypung." Sold by W. .lenuiuff, fitorekea^«r,|Inglewooil and Mysja. ' IF rKOI'UJ N'KW 1T.S V.W.UK. "If people knew the real value of Chamberlain's Ooiij.'h Heinedy (liev wo:ilii never lie without u bottle inthe Iiouhc," says Mr. K. Dnbell, ]Viiil»i>ry Buildiiius, New Canterbury lioad, Du'wich Hill, N.S.W. "I have used it in my family and consider it the eafefit medicine either for ehildicn or adults, ami can thoroughly recommend it to anyone. Sold by W Jennings, storekeeper,. Innlmvood am) M vsia For Coughs and Colds. Ts!(£ Woods Great Peppermint Cm*

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CRICKET. LODDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

CRICKET. LODDCiN V.\ LIJCY ASSOCIATION'. On.ffittii'dityArnold completed; their Urn d iys' mutch iii, - Woodstock with tlm local tcum,mid were defeated..ttftpr nn: tjciting contest by 1(1 i tins. Woodatook,-. butting on Lhii pluvious Siiturduy, hud m.'ido fttotiil <>£ US runs," whilst Arnold hud lust two wickets for 4-j i nns, (litis requiring 7(> ruin to win. Tim innjoiity of the team played wdII, hut. tliu "Iviil ond" futlod mi«uiably 11. St'iike whs in tine form, making 34 (not out;. Tlio lionio chili provided refresh monts,: which weie ■ yreiitly appreciated. Scoiu*-— f Arsoi.d, \V. Wt'ii, h Curnmv ... ...~ ■ ... lit P. Cliumhuihiiii, c A. Cm now, b llrowri ! ,, .4 H. Stark, noL out ... < 34 .r. < Hi own hill; h .Cunin>*; ..." " 4 W. Grahnm, liCmmnv..: ■ ..... • ••• - IS T..Wil«on, hOmrow ... - '... ... .'i II. Wood ill, li Cm linn 2 W.'Uiordim, h Ciiinow ' ! .. ,\. 8 \ lilDHIlhlll, h ClllllOH ... ... 0 A Uh iniboil tin, h Wiliuni-i ~ .....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

POSTAL HATES AND REGULATJONl fc-' • 4. 'L>.iicro (ho term "Tho Common, wcnltli" is used in conucction with t&oM rale's ami regulations it includes l'rpu* Lord llowc island, and Norfolk I»laud 1 LKlTliKS. * For every i ounce or fraction thereof, I For delivery within tlio Common- | wealth ..ft ) | For delivery in the British Knt- j [iiro • | ' for delivery m tho Now Hobrub^ , Hanks, and Torres I>1 a ink at § For<lelivery in other placos .. ,, 0 l| LETTEE CABDB, For delivery within Ule CombHKll Single, Id. each; i»ply, ldi M For delivery in tin UritMh JCtat list of places wadw "I gle. Id. each. For delivery in New H>bi>Jw. BMfe and Torre* Island*—iugW, M7«mE| For delivery in otiMr fiM**— flfaafe. 2Jd. each. ' POST CAIUW. Single Postcard* inpreaMd with th* Id. Btamp, and Beply or <|ouW* mmU eaeli half of whiofe ha* the 1<J. »tam» impressed thcreoii, m«y be t|»ijfeit(«S to places within the Cofiin<«nweah4, uj to those place...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Inglewood Hospital. APPOINTMENT OF LIFE GOVERNORS. ALTERATION OF RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Inglewood Hospital. A f'l'OI NTM KNT OK T.IKK OUVKltNOUS. A1.TEI5ATION OF HULKS. A special nieetii)!* of contributors to (iiu Hospital whs lick) at llic institution on '.Pinirsiluj' afternoon for tliu purpose of con-j fit-iiiin<; alterations to tho rules governing the appointment of life-Huveinots, passed by tin; committee. Mr A, Nixon presided, :iad there were present Messrs. II. T'lysom, S. Kyinmuls, 0. Ifaar, T. K. O'lirien, J. A. Kenslmw, W. JJissett, .1. 0. Metelmiinn, •I. \V. JJidge, Nelson, .I. <folulF, W. Neal, I>\ E. Hornn, S. Decide and A. Tay-! .som. ■ ^ | Tile alteration proposed iv.is as follows:— Jlulo 7 (to bo deleted). — Kvety contribu - tor of £10 (ten pounds) or upwaids of his oivn money shall be n life-aoveriiui', nnd every person who shall by bis oivn volun taiy exertions raise by one or more collec lionsjn ono year the .turn "f £'20 (twenty pounds) or upwards fioin persons not cbiimins membership on account of their contiibutions towards...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

RKEOLA.. (niUM Ol'K CO It II EBPON D1CNT:'| I !u» tr;ok pluce ute CutlunncV Citxk on l ist of iiMis: J-uigb Btouiu tfiu utlvincutl ji*»c of 8f»-yeui>vUiti caiim* "f liunt" jitieuiuonm. This tlecejisrtd Vuly,■ tvh*» w:ij* .1 iniivo'of Kdmbuiyli (Scot tuul), n is i c >lom*l »if tiH yuutts hiving hndvil in Aurfti ilit it tlu* uigu J7 yum-* M vny*> t-ai.s Ml lu r enrly life wuio hpenb at NVivliinliit*, when* tliu ; fiuuily: cnuied on UlnpLMHttOIH, Iirtul' which UlO>y \ve»t I l'i lioiuutt, wluuv tltu *nmc occujulum vvu> i f'uliittud, JiHtii'ily slio liiitl riisuleil will) W ilinuhtiM- ul Ing'uivood, but some htllu lime Hjjn slio cmie h; Cochi Ane's Cieuk, luM'dualli look p!acu as st-* Tim Umivv^ oi\e :soiv ae\\ on© (KujjUui ■('rf.'i r«iHUM' niiun^e) Mr. W. Hunt, tf Utlninus's Lieek,:ind Mis. J. Simons of lii^li-tvnnri, and n liii^o niiinlior of «iuml OiiUliuti Lu uwjiirn Iilm loss. 1 tm fuuml* look . plnco on Sumlny Usl the ccmeUn'Vi hiu! whs largely }JiemU»d.\ The Rev. \V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Commomveattlr of Hustvalta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This BanV U open for nil clansoi of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINE88 *t EQUITABLE 'BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, I'erth, Hobart, Brisbane, Kockhampton, Townivllle, and London. Cable romtttancos made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places <Hr<?c:. Foreign bills negotiated-and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Hill* negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT .« Victorian Contra! Office t 317 COLUNS STREET, MELBOURNE* Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Aconci«8 at Post Ottices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from t/- to £300. Interest at 3\ por annum, ••it* or Withdrawals may be made at any P.ranch or Agency withi...

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SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

SPORTINU. 0 TEiNNiS. Atsocmlion matches were continued on Saturday, when the \ and B and Serpen tine and C teams met nt the local conrta. snuiLtficd in defeating B'i by rfthbere to one, 1ml the other mateli 'Wii's-elosAwVi'onteeUd. T!ie result wan that SeWjtJjrSne. won hv a eet, althongh the :C'ij jsgoj-ed the greater number of games. l/ja'Serpentine ladies' team was also fljic'ciejjnu 1. Scores IK&CWWOOD A v. IN'GLEWOOD B. Diddanis and Couttg beat Tatehell and J. Sutherland, G—II, 0—0. Broeklebank and Bambrqok "heat Tat • ' chell and Sutherland, 6—0,"6—0. Broeklebank and Bum brook lost to Lamont and G. Sutherland, 3—C, 0 C. Diddams and Coutts beat Lament and Sutherland, 5—0, 0—2, C—?». Totals:—A., 8 rubbers fi sets 44 game*; B.,;l'rubber 3 sets 20 games.

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