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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER X[?]. BELGRAVE AT BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

THE | MASTEK PASSION. J (Bip I.iiliau. Dlltrlun). CUAJ'XEIt XI.. UKIiUltAVK AT HAV. '"There's D.verel," -aid the I'linee. "J want to have a word with him,'' ami with a low how he stepped down from tho dais, and mingled amongst the | croivd which parted belote him like ; two IVil'.'Ol. Ida mis Wtilvliing the colloijiiy with th(*. deopest int' rest, as if it w«:re :i ( Statu seciet which iH'fu under di-ctis ciiihioli, instead of ivcolior.se, w.:eil a duke came up a.;d carried her oil. Ik. was it'll a particularly int'-reting mull, and her attention wandered from his dull |<!utitii'lf.s to th<- ab.-orbing question' whether (.-'is De'.ei.i iioi'id ever conn. up to her again and hold out, his hand in friendly In.- might when lie .saw her placed on a level o( apparent intimacy ,\ilh some Ot tho stutlief-l and mo t re-pcctabJe Icadeis of .>.;c.ely. Lady Grandlower.-, who waged war to the knife witli the last and the 1!i{4V1 >->' gave her an encoiuag l.g nv.d ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

TURF TOPICS. (Uy "I'Moiiiinyloii. With llio Oaullield meeting added to liir/ history, all is now plain sailing to tile V . ](. C. campaign, which will 1)0 Kin on Saturday. Korlunately the rac iii(j ho tnr tiiih not. enusuil many break downs among I III' horses. A few well nigngcd ;_;;i 11 (ip<■ j such, for instance, :H Ari.-ilsaiMi;., Audacity, ami Averse, who weiv expected to lake an import ant part in tIn* present raring carnival iia\e fallen nut of the ranks for the linn- being owing lo ini:-ltiipM, hut for innately sullicioul .material of the right '■alili!c .still reiuaiiia to ensure interest ing racing. ; - - , It i» generally agreed that, judged on paper, thin is going to bo ono of till) most interesting Newmarket Han dicaps on record. The list of' oligibles lniM.les with proved Jlyoi'Sj o/ieh ami >.\ery ono of which should bo oqual to making very slick l.imo ovor tlio straight six furlongs. Tlio loam scams to have been so woll classed by tin) lian dicapper that...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

jffagdtern and Bolton, Stock, Land and General Com mission Agents; IS) MALOP STREET. GEELONG. | (Telephone, IG32). Offiteti at HORSHAM, DIMttOOLA, ! NH1LL, RAINBOW, JEPARIT, i NATIMUK and GOROICE AUCTION and CLEARING SALES Condnetcd in any part of Victoria i LAND SALES a SPECIALITY. i Farming: and Grazing' Properties fcr Sale and to Lease m vsribtfo parts of Victoria and New South WaTes. Leans on Freehold* Nea^tfatcd at Lowest Rates of Interest. Gcod fines of Store Sheep and CstWe for Private Sate, Agents far the Atlas A.8*«rsiree Com pany, Limited. Insurances against Fire Effected!, And on Stetfr, Growing' Craps and Hay StaeTcs. tarAUCTION SALES of Fat and Store Sheep and Cattle will be field at the Const)ration Yard*, North Geelonff, every MONDAY. Regular Monthly Staefe Site* fetid st cur Winehelaest yards. A. G. PROUDF0OT 6 TOMER, Barristers and Solicitors, COLLINS HOUSE, 860 COLLINS ST, MELBOURNE MR. TURNER rfmtK Crewy REGU LARLY on the FIRST SATUR DAY snd following' Monday in «...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INFRA DIG. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

INFRA DIG. A stout overdressed woman, talking to » friend, Haiti: . S "Yes, since John eaino into his money, we have ,<i nico country house, horses, cows, pif;s and hens, mid " "That must ho charming." hroke in tlio other. ."You can lmvo all tlio frcdi ckkk y"" u'u"t a"d—" , . "Oil, well," hastily interrupted I lie fii it speaker, "of course tlio lions can lay if they like to, hut in our position it isn't at rill nccossary."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEEAC RACES. HANDICAP WON BY JACK CRUSOE [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

BEEAC RACES. HANDICAP WON BY JACK CRUSOE F J; G Ga'd- Stewards : Messrs E. Orchard. J. J. Darcy, E. „Sim- w- M'Kenzio, i:ilK®nlie' »- Rattray, H. Gainger |KV &| /*sWsS The above races held last Sat bSWer?,W'e" att0nded. Creqgy ««s ' represented. The ^wI%Ca-l»r,et! out the«r duties SSS'S""* *nd everythi*ng S beli" M memIy 88 araar -«?? is a detailed ac count of the ndng: - roV.^«L„H#tN»lCAP' of K «>V0. "»■ "•«« m ow r^C^c fK«° CordoKtfce, «UQ (*.' 1 ^Turner'. bake .f Honjnontl;; 2 Only ,tarttti" " 3 Dukeof^rn3** £.?n 80,0 Whist, 4 to 1 Duke ^ to 1 pontine! raoyrnj and Jed for t_rtTr®,J "rst to «?ct Gordontine took the lead to thJ?9* W- Z't entrance. ram. tra,,?-* *"3 s.vs 12°cIS'J1I_rOMY RACK, of 12 furlong.!^ " S"*8 of»tn^* Four D'wf Bhe°'' Tan*0' *'6 Dan- . W. H. CIem«Bt'« Meta, 7.6 (A.John: * UOthe^u^^'.e'u{^%DOWne^} * TyPr took"9^ to 'the turn' "»»™ It ,aP the 'ann'nif. Tango •traieht anJ i. '5a"' wnP ''own the m"u »C1ThhnU H ,on«th from Kt.nwJ^?' fi"> TvnJc 3 lengt...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BELGIANS AND WAR. WOMEN CHEER SOLDIERS. BRITISH MONITORS' SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

BELGIANS AND WAR. WOMKN CIIElilt SOLUiliJJW. UJMTIHII AIONiTOKS' SUCUJS88. A fit,ill! correspondent oi.' tho "New York World" has been among tlio Bel gian Iroopn, ami, in a despatch (o his journal, under date of November nth, pictures cuiniitioiiH uf thoir light to liold I Ik; lust corner of their country. "It is impossible," lm states, ''to bo with t.lio Belgian army — making its< lant stand on its own country—without be ing carried ruvay liy sympathy. It is a light of nif 11 against. bi|; guns, And tlio men have cheerfully given thoir lives lo hold that little stretch of low land oast, from Niouport.. "I. begun to sun tho cost, of defence at KolltcHtone, when lfiOO wounded ivoru taken oil' a hospital ship and 10,(10(1 re fugee Belgians were wailing to son it' their relatives wcro among thoiri. C*l ais is full of wounded and rofugoos. At Dunkirk you nee only tho martial Hide; but iu my hotel there arc two Belgian oflicerH who como to dinner with their pretty young1vivos....

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"A GOOD RECORD." [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

"A GOOD RECORD." During1 upwards of twenty five years Mrs J. Nelson, of "Kilbirnie," has conducted a weekly class -for Scripture in struction at the loeal State school. As the town now has a good quota of resident ministers, Mrs Nelson feels that the work might be done more' effectively by them, as they can take the lesson iti the morning when the children are unwearied by the day's lessons. A great many children have profited by Mrs Nelson's instruction, and the re sult to them morally and relig | iously would be difficult to esti mate, for to many of them in bygone days it was the only op portunity of receiving such in struction, At her last lesson on Friday, the head teacher ex pressed, on behalf of past and present scholars, and also of pa rents, their gratitude to Mrs Nelson for her self-denying lab ors extending over such a long period; he felt sure that the benefits to the children were in calculable. , The children carried a vote of thanks bv hearty accla mation, and were pr...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

HOUSEHOLD HINTS, v-Save aii tho stale broui! -gnido i!-j hii<1 - keop in glass jar with lid. This makes ah oxcollent; covering for fried veal, fried livor, croquettes, and oystore. * WKon" trying out fat putjn potato; in tho thinnest slices possible and drop in while hot.-! This prevents a smutty look mid makes tlic'fat clean and sweot. The best way to clean hair-brushesis witli spirits of ammonia and warm water. Take a tablospoonful of ammo nia to ono part of wator; shake well nuddry in tho air, but not in tho sun. Soap and soda soften tho bristles and will turn an ivory-back brush yollow. Vt)T shampooing take a little powiler borax, add to tliein two Labluspoonsful of alcohol, the beaten yolk of an egg, and a pint of hot water. I'ut this in a bottlo ami cork it tightly. When used, rid) well into tho sralp anil make a good lather. Carefully wash the hair in sev eral waters, having the tirst water lint and the Inst one e.ool. This will pre vent taking cold if the hair is ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESSY TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

CRESSY TURF CLUB. A meeting of members of the above club wa3 held on Satur day evening last at the French man's Inn. Present—Mr G. A. 1 Earles (president, in the chair), i and Messrs W.Edwards. C. Klein,! P. Yarra, H. Trotman, J. Charles, i C. M'Kenzie, J. Walker, and the secretary (Mr E. Byrne).. The minutes of the last meet ing were read and confirmed. Accounts amounting to £85— stakes paid, labor and improve ments to course, and printing and advertising—were passed for payment, on motion of Mr Yarra, seconded by Mr Edwards. A vote of thanks was passed to Messrs Walker and M'Kenzie for use of horses and drays for work on the course. Messrs Williams and Gtlmour were added to the committee. The President invited an ex pression of opinion from mem bers as to the advisability of holding another race meeting on Eight Hours'Day. The Secretary stud he thought ! if they held the meeting it would be a great success. All the im provements to the course were now nearly effected, and the cost...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REMNANTS WERE THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

Til 10 llKMNANTS WKRF, THKRH. On I'd i 11 a 1 Gibbons w«s recently tbo Kuost of a layman friend in Haltimoi-o. In tlio homo is a bbtlor of Mrs I'aiti Honian proclivities, iin<l on tin* ebtireb | dignitaries' former informal visits lo Uic homo, tli(i mistress had been under ti„. necessity of reminding the obtuse servant tliut tile distinguished giiest whs to be addressed always as "Your ICniinenco." On tli,, jiresnt occassion, when (bo Cardinal rnnji the boll, tbe man of im pnBsivo countenance answered, receiv ing tbo curd, and turning, announced to tbo hostess: "Please innru, your remnants bus onme."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

PEOi/UCiU MARKET. Ballarat, February 19. A. M. Greenfield and Co. report:— There is a strong demand for nil de rcriptions of produce at appended quotations. Wheat is firm at 8/ for prime milling. Seed to 8/6. Oata are firm and are making up tr 4/8 for good heavy feed. Medium, 3/J to 3/11. Seed sortB are enquired for, at up to 6/6 for choice. Peas nominally 7/ for hand threshed Cutis. 13arIoy is very firm, and best Cheva^ lier malting realises 6/, mediurr to good 5/4 to 5/8. Cape also is firm at up to 4/6 for malting, feed sorts 4 to m. • • Potatoes : £3/5 to £3/15. Hry.—Very firm at £7/10. Stiaw, £2/15 to £3/10. Bran, £9/5. Pollard, £11. Flour £17/10.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (Hy "i£ustiuus.") 1 11 ere is a tendency Lo regard I lu: trouble of hard milkers as curable only in one way—tlxnfc is by 11i11 gllio ciiiv to someone elso. In I lie cane of a young cow, (if a good milking strain, it is worth allempting i llii". Ti:al dilators may In.' tried XJii'Mi aro inserted in tho teal duct after milking, and left Llic.ro till the next milking. Tlioy art' kept in place by a tape pass ing through I In: eye of the dilator, which is I ii'il rt»u11<I tin: ti'.'it. Other in xtriitiienls art' obtainable which an! self reJaiuiiig. (irtiil care must be taken to sterilise tin: dilator before inserting to prevent danger of introducing germs. This is easily managed by boiling tho i11ht initit'iii in water for In minutes. 'Tin; tube should be smeared with vase liin.', which lias been kept in an airtight bottlf, to ensure iin easy passage. The action of tin' dilator in to relax the prcsstirt^of I ho sphincter muscles, which may lie closing the op...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

FOR WOMEN . "Ainbrusiui!.' ) Ono of tho mainstays of our diet is J or Hhould be, good wlioksomo milk, In tho timo of a crisis, like that tlirougli-which wo aro passing, atten tion always turns to tho valuablo food supplies, and. how the people can he i'etl tn tho host advantage, and at the smallest cost. There has, during the lust month, been a great deal of discus ,si'ou 'regarding tliu kjincfa ol' drops to growj and the claw; of stock to rush forward to market, but little ha becn .said about increasing tho mills H'.'.nply. jinUor anil cheese. ain likely to be in demand, and all that will bo . produced will hud a ready market. .Not only should the dairy farmer exert himself to incrcaso his output of milk, ior theso manufactured products,, but 1,0 should also plan to produce abund antly for uity trade, and city people should) make all the use possible ol this milk as a food. NVhat child is there that will not tliiir,., well on broad and milk, and good porridge and milk, and what che...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEXT ALLY. CHINA AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

THE NEXT ALLY. OIUNA AND THE W Alt. ■ J.t was stated recently, according to the • ■ BerJinor Tagoblatt,'' that China "Would bo Gormany's next ally. It was also said that,. doubtless,"-German se cret Hgonts are representing - tho Gor -.man Innporor as a great believer in the ■precepts of" Confucius. • Mr. William - Yinson Lee, managing director, of. Onyik and Leo, Ltd.," mer chants, of Sydney : and Ilong -Kong, jnado tlio following comments on those statements to a Sydney "Daily Tole ;gr»ph".roporfcor:— " "Tlio reforenco to tho Gorman Em peror's groat boJief in tho precepts of Confucius is. quite tho biggest of the many jokes that tho German Emperor has perpetrated. Peaco is ono of' tho chief^ teachings of Confucius. Tho Chinese recognise that thoro is no glory in a war that slays one's follovvmen for tho sake of slaughter. Germany's bar barous methods are quito inconsistent with Christian ideals and also with those of Confucius. "ilow," said Mr. Lee, "can tho Kai ser rccoucilo his d...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Corrusiiondunt) Hon' neessary the motor bus* bus bo coinu to the suburbanite was brought homo to him- tbo other day when tho employes of the Company that providos that service .stopped work. The buses have boeomo established in competition with tlie traim; and' cable trams. The eleiitrie trains' are 'tlioVoiily Bystom of locomotion that canwithbtaml thorn. It.- is not that they liro .comfortable. Mucli. tlio reverse is the case. For tho iouiid shake-up that is sain to be good for the liver—though' it "is pi'obablo that that, like many similar generally aeaept-od beliefs is quite wrong—a trip along St. Kildit road on a bus is about as olfoetivo as anything could bo. But the craze for getting there quick it- of remarkable growth. For instanco, by taking the bus from High stroofc on St. Kilda road in , preference to the Cable tram, there is a saving of about live minutes in tho run to tho city. Granting that time is money and' put1 ting the'valuc on t...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

A TON OF CHAFF for TWOPENCE This is the Cost of Cutting a Ton of Chaff with a — BRUCE&PLURE filOTOi! ENGINE. STARTS ON BENZINE. RUN'S ON KEROSENE. The Most Economical Running Hnyinc on Earth (or ay V.'llC'J'C oIsl-). Two Sizes 4-St.p. &. 8 ii.p. (Stationary fir I'oi table). BRUCE & M'CLURE, SISl. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. C-, ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. ; FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURHKNT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE HOT REPRESENTED, ■ APPLY TO f ' BAL&ETY ® CG.„ LTD., MELBOURNE. FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE ]"Ciiilnatc ;iiiiii'ttil vmn «!oa>. 'ICxtforimeiii:' : Tbc- \'.vbrld is eager fo. 'sj-uie'tlmi#'iidtt'.'-Vliic'lr, libwvv'cr siuipl' ;t uiay-.ba;-..will save labor, or expense, •or: dj),(lhing$. beitwr.<. Lett it be more ,coir;.^riU'iit. or pro.yole I'.Ioaburo-—rcduri :/ l'dofiH* wiin I'ltinllo' things' in nvory- I day-use...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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RECRUITS AND STRONG DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

RECRUITS AND STRONG DRINK. Readers of the daily papers recently scanned a speech de livered at the A.N. A. luncheon by Sir Arthur Stanley, in which he, as State Governor, said a few well considered words about the morals of our soldiers in Egypt* Later on those same readers skimmed the report of a speech delivered to our troop3 in Europe by Sir George Reid, in which, as High Commissioner, he said in «ffect just what Sir Arthur said here. The form of the two ut *- terances was as unlike; as the form of two speeches expressing the same sentiments on the same subject could well be. Yet the same spirit inspired each. More than that, the same spirit must shape the action of every patri otic Australian who has wit enough to see that the effective ness of our troops depends upon their Moral fibre. Sir Arthur spoke with the dignity which be fits a Governor addressing the representatives of a great asso- i ciation at a formal function. He laid:—"Every man drunk in Bourke Street, or misbehavi...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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WHY SHE SENT FOR HIM [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

WHY SI IK 'SICNT l-'OIt HIM A clergyman was once scut for in ! the middle of Uic night bv one' of his , woman parishioners. j "Well, my good woman," said lie. | "bo you nro ill nnd rrqujro tlio con- I Eolations of religion-? Wlnit can 1 do for you?" j "No," replied tile lady, I mil only ■ nervous nnd ean't sleep" i "Hut how can I help that? said the parson. I "Oh, sir, you always put ine to sleep , so nicely when I ,'*o to church ihat I I thought if you would only prcnch n j ' little for me."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEEAC. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

BEE AC. From Oar Correcpon<faflt. Aeevere thunderstorm passed«W'' the town on Friday afternoon. Ths lightning was very vivid. Considerable damage was done to the telephone vritee> in the cable box in front of the post? -office, every wire being fti8«d. ThcP subscribers were cut off frorts nication, and completely isolated- R<J> pairs are nearly all effected, however" The rain was most welcome, 106 points being registered in half an hour. Master Guy Pierce, son of Mr JohtF Pierce, of Weerfng, had th« minfoptuna". >fco fall and fracture his left arm of& ; Thursday last. The injured arm. was1' attended to by Dr. J. H, C. Hi«!ca, Beeae. Mr Stephen Spokes, aged 65, an of<f •and respected resident of the district, died at the residence of his sister, Mr si Grant, of South Cundare, on Saturday' last. He had been suffering from A complication of diseases for a consider-^ able period., and had been tinder the? carc of Dr. J. H. Hicks, of Beca...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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TENNIS. SUNSHINE V. CHESSY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 February 1915

TENNIS. SUNSHINE V. CHESSY". A strong continent froTn t-bft Sun sMtie courts travelled to Cressy on Saturday and played men's and mixed doubles with the local representatives. The visitors were beaten by 5 sets to 3. The scores were as follows :— S. H. Mason and C. Clifton, Creasy, beat L. Henderson and B. Patrr ek. Sun shine, 10—6. D.. Mowat and C. Clifton, C, 2oot to I/. Sheldrick and R. Rag<*att, S, 3—10. S. H. Mason and D. Mowat, C, beat Xl. Sheldrick and B. Patrick, S, 10—G. Lawson and Miss Batty, C, fceat L. Sheldrick and Miss Hemphill. S. 10—3. S. H. Mason and Miss .Toliasoa. C. beat R. Raggatt and Misa Mum, S„ 10—7. ft. Little am! Miufi Johnson, C. loat to B. Patrick and Miss Stephens, S, 5—10, Turner and Mrs Macdonald, C, beat L, Sheldrick and Miss Mara, S. 10—6. l). Mowat and Miss Baits', C, lost to JL Raggatt and Miss Barnes, S, 9—ll?. Totals—Cressy, 5 set*, 67 gsuisj.; Sunshine, 3 sets, 60 games.

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