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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21st., 1884. MORE POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY-3IOR*NINO. MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21st., IS84. MORE PiIPULATION: ' coulrse of a veryt: excellent speech :.a Castlemaine,.on the occasion-of the banquet to welcome him back after his trip to England, referred to the neces sityfor a steady flow of immigration to the colony. Like most intelligent men, who study the signs of the times with- reference to the development of our:iinational life," he recognised the absolute need of . more population. The question is how is it to be procured ? Those who affirm we have sufficient population, or that the increase should be artifically checked, are not worth considering, whether we estimate their uiimbers or weigh their arguments. The other branches of social economists to debate the question are those who admit the necessity for more people, and would meet it by offering induce me`-iiitsto voluntary immigrants, and those who hold similar views regarding increase of population, but who would obtain i...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle.1-1270 were penned, prime sold ' fromn £14 lOs': too..£1 good sold from £11 Os to £12 0 .; j cond do sold from £8 s to £10 Os; inferior do sold from £510 Prime pens of cows •sold' 'from "£9D Os to: £10 10s; .ge.d do .sold fron :£7 Os to £S Os; middling aiid inferiior £4 Os.{ I Mr. J. Douglirty reports -having sold 25-bullocks for Mr..C..L.DeBoos, Eroa. Fat Calves. 10 wereyafrded.-Prime sold at fr GOs tb60s ' 70s;5 good do from a s. to 45s; second from 20 to 30s ; in tenoior from 15s. :Fat sheep.--Tins market was largely -supplied, a great many being yarded, the "bulk of which 'were of,.second to S.inferior.: quality with y small iproportion of prime. Thei demand for -best descriptions was brisk, -nd for such fully last week's ra:tes were-main tained, but middling and inferior sorts :were Ilull of smile, and .prices ruled low, Very few crossbreds were penned. and with the exception of a few shorn ~-ethos, which sold at from ls. Od. - to-ls ,d, none "wereprime. ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

"( ·:;·r::'L "! a, "?;O :lo : -:0a1" PAPER I3AQS) :-:.:: TEA, P.APEBRS,:: ! . iSTATIONERY, ;&c. -TRY:TIIE ..: :i, "ADVERTISER" Office.' • W;T ALIEN' V L 0-?- EJT,--T. 0 V - General Etotelkeoper, N. IOMINGERk :11an a l1as iatland fr al S L-ST QI, - JI T " GtBricl k i lIr i Cumen:, F i.,i in'; i wir, ( iLt brlan Is.) -": ' ` Ageit for the -. "EII '. i 'lIId \. :\C\ :00 31EllNTGel .n CY : iCO : i : ;:] ST:',: :U11d i .Irne . Cash mAdv?nces ,n:ido. - in ' S Grain au.i r l Ageit fr.,i the' (oniinXLeIl ?lcU.nion Fire Asu*lrain ce 14oeIetCi Melbourne, .Agent for the . MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOC IETY ----OF' VICTORILA. * Agent for M'Coriniack IReaper" and Twin :binder, and other 'T S Agricultural Implements, including : DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE.ACTION S CHURNS, The most Labour Saving Churn " K- own. . Cash Buyer Of all arnt Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE SPRICES, Os THE StonrEST NOTiCE. - TIlIlE - MUTUAL ASSURANCE .SO CIETY OF :VICTORIA (LItiTED.) Head Office, 79 Little Colli...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

D)AIRY JPRODUCE, HIDES ETC S icessrs. 3I'V]ay-'and £M'Donald report :~? large quacititygof -.p;rduce tbohand to 'day, which met writh bbisk competition. a:nd.sold at the follotii:g quotations: .Cheese:Pri ?.e quality in :.good demand, and sold i-t fromG6d. to:,.d. per lb. ; .imedium, 5d.-to 6d ; !iierior from 4d. Potted Butter., .Prime newmnsake, 8d. to s8.d: licrlb. ; good old, Gd.'to 7d. per lb. :FreslTiButter- Choice ?dairies un to 12.1d. mnediumn, 11d.; ,.inferior.- Od. .Eggs, from 11d. to 12.dpor doc?:n .Baoor::. Smoked ?hams, 10d.; sides, 7d. to 9d; flitches, 7Ad; .rdo., green, from o5d.:to Gd., nccoidling to quality; ,Honey,Sd. for good gardue lots; ,bush, 3d. to 4d. 1Beeswax, lJd.1per lb. :Lard, 5-.o10d.; pelb. , .urkeys, .from 1°s. to 16s. per pli5i;" aucks, .5s.:'to Gs.; :geese, to.10s?.; .fowls, s. 6(id to.4s.:Car case pork, dairy fed; Gd. per Ib,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

VIOLET TOWN. The residents of Violet Town were con- siderably astonished on reading the lead- ing article of the "Benalla Standard" on Wednesday morning, when the old affair concerning Mr. Linard was rated up. It was endeavoured to hold up this very exceedingly worthy local Justice of the Peace (according to the "Standard") as a   martyr, and at the same time to cast mud at our local constable, who is every bit a man and much more respected than our J.P., who in his efforts to usurp the functions of a policeman, got himself in very bad water indeed. The writer of the article referred to must not have been   aware of the latest outbreak of our very intelligent Justice of the Peace, when at the Church of England meeting re the Rev. Mr. Wilson, held in the sacred edifice, he publicly, and in a most sacri- ligious manner used language and con- ducted himself in a inost unbecoming style, and certainly, if the gentleman, who was so pointedly insulted that evening...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CONTRADICTION (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

--A CONTRADICTION. (TO THE_ DIfTOrto0,HTIIE. A.DVERTISER.) SmI,-IY your issue of the 14th instant, appears-a letter signed " Filius " with ro ference ,to the verses headed, nI"oglo nembyhyLost Child." Now'Sir, athis letter refers to e iis-liaving itcted' mncnly, and as not having been the author of the verses in. iiestion,, may nowstatethatliam wil ling to make a:declaration before a Justice of the Peace that I iai'the author of every line of it, and not like my friend "Filius,", I am never 'ishamed to sign my name to my own productions. " Filius " is en deivirifgiiigto. cast a slur. osi my character;, but that 1 defylhim, or any other main to' do. Sd if he will only state the niaie of the person- who comp6dsd ono 'line of it other than myself, that will satisfy me as I ca~ iclear myself. Let the public judge! for themselves as " Fillius " will have to swaillow6 the'lDek, as'niy declaration will stp'his guesswoik and malice.:'As I have. a foundation to build upon that the poweri of ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

WTANTED to Rent a 2 or 3-roomted SCOTTAGE 'in 'Euroa. . Apply; ""-AiVERTISERi" office.Euroa._.-_ : .W A.NTED an Apprenticctothoroughly, ;.. 4< learn;" the. Watcha,:;ýlo c1k, and Jewelllery; business. i'; Williain's; Wil liamstown .           WANTED FILES of the "Euro   Euroa.         . t' cou tIr districts. Full par OR SALE iu mORES of Grow .4 iii', *'"CROP. i 'Ap iply, : THOS. GODDEN, Mo loienby- :. --. : FOR SALE.     SROWING . OP,O - 5iACES -good v.:, clean, and;iwill make first-class HayB Apply, 0. L. DEB30S,:Euroa t.',,:. i / THE Material of the old Coach ; stables. ,Longwood, built of Brick and Wood.. ,.Fifteen good stalls, with boxes for each a;-all;in good condition. Apply to A. .HAMILTON, .on,the pre FOR SALE. SHOP and DWELLING, Binney-street - Euroa, at present occupied by the Colonial Bank. C,.L. DEBoos, Eur...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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NEW CHURCH OF ENGLAND, EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

.NEW CIURcOH Oe EX N L.AND, ELUROt.o The above building is now completed both externally and internally, and it only now remains for the incumbent, who is expected back this week, to open it. It is a very pretty building, quite an orna mnent to the township, and reflects great credit on the contractors, Messrs Brewer, Bros. The building is of Gothic design, having a porch directly facing Binney street. The dimnensions of nave are 44 ft by 22 ft. The walls are built of brick, with a 2-inch hollow between, and are 10 feet high ; the total height from floor to ceiling is 23 feet. Sitting acconnmmodation is provided for 150 people. The porch is 8 feet square by 13 high. The ceilings of nave and porch are lined with 4-inch deal, and jointed and varnished. The inter section of ceiling with walls is finished with a moulded cornice. The windows are of Gothic design, and glazed with ground glass in lead quarries, eight of them being fitted with'hopper vents. The doors to porch are of Gothic ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. EUROA V. BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

EUROA V. BENALLA. On account of the inclomency of the weather.' the secretary' of the Euroa OCricket club, :tele;rakphdd to Benalla on Saturday weoklast, advising thein to post pone.the natch; .The telegram however, did not reach Benalla in time to stop them, and they arrived in Euroa about one o'clock, aiid found it pouring rain. After lunch it blearedi'up, and the Benalla wished to play. The captain of the Euroa ob jected as he'liad no team together, some of the men" having gone away, thinking thero would be no match. However, as thel Benalla insisted on playing, the Euroaites acted in a generous spirit, and sooner than let.their visitors go without a; game decided to play. The Euroa on going to the wickets made but a sorry show all being out for 28--on the Euroa taking the field, theo' rain fell heavily, and not withstanding copious loads of saw-dust on tlbe; crease, ";the bowlers were unable to Ekep their foot, and consequently were hit everywhere.. As the rain still continued, ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FARMING in and AROUND KIALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

}- i iIiFrIi ci jar Is55nd AZIGI.W1t 1=CtAL_ LA. cd (ssoMw o U owR coCRRESPONDENT.) it During cmy journeyings ini the north riding of Euroa shire, I have been very omuch surprised at the strange "ups" and t downs" of the farmer's prospects. At a- one time there is all growling ; a few wt weeks afterwards all smiles. My reflections thisseason I fear lead Iec to the conclusion that to growl is the farmers fate. A a, splendid ploughing and seed time followed by a nice winter, presaged a boaustiful ft harvest, but a dry spring and great heat k have counterbalanced all other advantages, and now there is a poor look out. In Kialla, Caniambo, Tamleugh, and Kar o ramnomns, the crops promised well, until in the end of September, but the dry Oc tober, brought them on prematurely, en co) cg"ed the sgrowthof weeds, and fostered the " take all." [My idea of a yield in 1, wheat will he about ten bushels. The a- rea is about the samne as usual, fallow d land will yield about four bags, and old ' a...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

EUROA RAINFALL F tOR YELit.n The following is a . completo table of ,rainfall: " , onths. No.ofdays. :Rainfall. p January 6 306 February 4 .32 March 4 1.10 4 " 8 2.53 ?,,i: June 1 4.09 Si July . 23 August-- 9 1.6 .i %Septmlnber - '9 01' October: 0 50 Noveiniber 3 2 25',.' " 65 19.74 aTotAl e fo, s , peiod lfit ,ear. f 77 24.35 Rtainfall to end-of August. t Plthe No. ofidys Rainuf ll. zr:u ;L' Viole7TTwn "" 59 12.70 1) Ainiiich-p rrsents about a" huniidd, an spercre. ---

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KARRAMOMUS NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

[FRIO uR UO .owS colnPSroSN$E T.]. A very successful concert was held at the Karramomus North State School on Friday evening hlast; for the benefit of the prize fund. Owing to the threatening nature of the evening, and there being a ball and negro entertainment a few miles off at Arcadia,. it was thought, that the attendance would be small, but the school room rwas crowded,, many persons having to be satisfied with alook in at the door. The performance comnmenced with an overture by Mrs.- Gourlay " Voices from the hill side," which was very nicely played.. Mrs. Hamilton then s:ang, " Merrily over the snow," in her best style. "TThe Boys of the Old Brigadeo" was next given by Mr. 11. Gourlay.: MIiss Gourlay the head teacher smng the " Stepping Stones." Mr. Thoi . Alex ander then sang " Wait till the clouds roll by" in a fine manne:. Mrs. laiuhilton and Miss Gourlay then sung '"To the woods " as a duct, and were heartily ap 'p1uacioit. Mir. James Gouiray sang " The Tars Farewell" with...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

(Fono i'n oN r icoiriESP&oDmr). j : The weath1e broke on Saturday ,week, and' we had-sdiioie excellent rain, ilhiicli' will do a great deal of good to tlio crops. Soiie of the'farmersJhveastartcd cutting.. lhay, 'ind thle rainas ill ?e bad for them.. Homi·ever, oveiyone cannot be satisfied. - Mr. Kennedy iuet with an: nccident a few;days agowhlilst coming :home from Shoppartbon. The tws o hoises which he was drivin: took fright;: and ran ai'ay,,. upset ting'the trap aild throwiiig' Mr. Kennidy. out Boeyond a severo shsaking,-he was not: much hurt. Messrs Wlhitfield and Co., Kialla west have botighsout?I Mr Donovan's insolvent stock.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

BIY JCOG"T i I never felt noreo inclined to wail over the hardships. of farmers than at the pre senktimdltn_ any aspromising crol has, owing to the long continuedk dry weather, ntirely succumbed; while the very best cannot possibly hold: out under such a parching season ; iotis absolutely npeessary to ensure a gqod.plump grain,' therefore tinder :present conditions it is sheer~:fblly to 'bipect'anything like the same yield as would have been a certainty had: we have ibeen'blessed 'withs 'a I god downpodri of rain during the:'latter part :f? Octpber,, or -th;' beginning of this nmonth, The oat .crops are on this.accou3.i tifai"asoblite' failure, .while the rvery late wheat crdo?pi ie. withuering a?s y. 1The barlier sown wheait'crops in most instances lina'more straw; but as thatis not grain, many farmers intend converting them into hay instead of. leaving them till harvest as under ordinary circumstasnces they would. have done. In my humble opinion tlihoe vl'o make hay, (I was going ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRATHBOGIE V. AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

The.membeors ncf th- .firstnamed club left Euroai on :Saturday :morning to fiy concluiions with the A' enel thna. On arriving'there,'.they were not ?et'iby any one, but had to find their own way to the ground which is situated about a mile fromi' the stationi, the ,gamin was statel! at 2 ' o'clock by the Avenel going to the wicket's, The brothers Emmett bowled so well thlit the whole.teaumwere .put out for 44 runs, the Stratlhbogio didnipt fae so.,well and when the last ickeet fell olidescorio stood at 21. i:Ti Aveii; l in their second attempt scored G8. ,?':Emmett and Scott !doing the bowling, This left the visitors 92 to win,' which.was looked upon asit nhopeless task. Emmnett and Lockhart by some fine batting put adifferent complexion on the game, andwlien they were separated the s:ore sood at G5 for 2 wickets: Enmmett 31 Lockhart 25.: E diln and Gundry alsoI shaped well and with their. assistance the game was won by 2 wickets and 3 runs, Ai'ell eirned victory.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

COMLYERCIALZ L·"i JIVE :STOCK. Fat Cattle.-1436 were penned, prime sold from £14 15s to £15 ; good sold from £11 s to £12 0; second o sold froim £9 10s to £10 s s; inferior do sold from £5 10 Prime ?ensl'of cows sold from £9 Os to £11l2s (3d;. good do sold from £7 Os to £8 10s; middling and inferior £4 Os. M Ir. J. Dougharty 'reports h?ii?n?i'sld 5G cows for Mlr. Kennedy, Miiopoll. Fat Calves.---200 .were yarded. Prire sold at from 60s to 70s ; good do 'fr"6in 35s to 45s ; second froin 20 to 30s; i-. :ferior froom 15s: Fat sheep.-The market was largely supplied; agreait many being yarded, the bulk of which were of second to inferior quality, with only a small proportion of prime. The demand for best descriptions' was -brisk, and for such fully last week's rates were main tained, but middling and inferior sorts were dull of sale, and prices ruled low. Very few crossbreds were penned. and with the exception of a few shorn avethers, which sold at from 12s. Gd. to 14s Od, none were prim...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

S. LOCAL MAiRKETS The local, mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; feed oats 8s s fowls wheat 3s. Mr C. L- Deboos reports prices =locally as follows.- , Fresh buttcr Sid " Potted butter bd. Eege, lid Carcase pork, under 100t 4d. Fowls, 2s to 3s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4-d, . Hidcs.2d to 21d,?-'i,; Kangaroo skins 9d to Is. Id. Wallaby Gd to 7d. Oppossum'2s d to 4s Gd. Bear 2s il ý_ ..2 J. E. Handbury, and'Co. report - Butter :(print), 7d to Sd'pei lb. ; prime new cask, 71d to 8d; eggs, lld .i . honey; 3hd to 4-d per lb.;pigs 3dto4.d turkeys, 5sto 1os per pair; fowls, 2s to 3s; ducks, 3s to 4s6; op0possum : skins, 2s lid to Gs. Mr D. A. Casement bay .and .corn S.imericiant, Euro;. reiorts: Bran Is 3d. Pollard is 3d. SBest hiny chiff.to £4 10os Best straw do. to £3 Barley 4s per brian. Crushed 4s (Gd Oats 4s 0d C:, rushed 4s; 3d. Peas 4s 9d. Potatoes to 9s Gd per owrt. " Linseed 28s per cwt. ' 'Onions 20 per lb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

vansnted. WTANTED fo RenVe a 2 or 3-roomAed W .; COTTAGE, .in Euroa. Apily, "'ADVERTISEr." oflice Euroa. TANTED Biigy 'and -Harness, with Horse, (quiet and staunch) fit to ride or drivo. Trial required. :Aply, " ADVERTISSER" OfiCi 1 TANTED FILES of thi '"Euroa Advertiser" from March 1st! to 4th July.;i 'Apply " Advertiser" oifice, Euroa., : i :. : :1 s SANTED. CORRESPONDENTS iii the country" districts. Full pai: ticulars at this othice.:: : F"r ale. S T OR SALE about 30.AGCRES of Grow=' ing .cROP.. :Apply, . THbS. GODDEN,:!MoIogloinenlby-. : ; :. .SHOP and DWELLING, Binney-street En,,ra at ipreseit ?occupiiddiby the' Colonial Bank.i C, L: -DEBoos,.Euroa. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. S.Advertiser Office.. QADDLZE'ad' BRIDLE: (EEiglsh)1 for K sale Apply Advertiser ` Office, Euroa:^ .? ieriu s sra4;Leetares• etc, -ii S'CHURCH .OF E::NGLAIND.' FTh 'J-BULSTRODE will preacli next IL:. Suidid'Y morninig at?Violet5 Town ind 'tt Eiiroa hi tlihe venin rd ;,' ? WESLEYAN'CHURCH ;EUROA. SU\nDAY;...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A TRUE GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

A TRUE GHOST STORY. Br " CLOvna" "Oh, yes, of course," Ifancy" l hear my reader exclaim,-" every ghost story is true, but we do not believe it for all that.". Be that as it may, most firmly .do I be lieve that the story I am about to relate is true, and the circumstances are the fol lowing: A well-known clergyman of .the Church of England-formerly a resident of Mel bourne-but now incumbent of a parish in either Queensland or N. S. .-- was on one occasion travelling in the .last namned colony. He visited many stations on-his way, and would , frequently accept the hospitality of their owners, and re niain onie.:and sometimes. more nights at the hoinmstexads.: . Arriving one evening .at a station Which for onvemnience sakie w: shall call "Barrowville "- r. - its .owner, cordially invited:hinm to stay that night, and longer, if lie could afford the time. Being fatigued by a long day's ride, the clergyman- williigly accepted the hivita tion, and dismounting entered the house. It was a la...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA RECHABITE'S CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

EUJ.ROAb flECILIBITh'S CIELE EI?R?AT1Oa. The members of the Ark of Safety Tent Euroa were anxious to open their new lbll differently to the stereotyped style of -opening new buildings. They therefore invited the members of the Test of Avenel 'Tent to play them a friendly game of cricket on the Euroa ground on Wednes day last, and as a wind up to the day's amusement, announced a tea-meeting and concert. The Avenel team arrived by the ten o'clock train, and were met by the Euroa brethern and conducted to the new Hall. At half-past eleven an adjourn 2nent was made to the cricket ground and half an hour later, the respective captains B?ros. Neale and Bent tossed up. Fortune favouring the former he decided to take the field. With the exception of Bent none of the Avenel made any stand, and the innings closed for 36. Sargood took 7 wickets and Neals 3. The Euro:ites 'were more successful and mlansaged to compile 58, Neale 21, Parkinson 12 and Sargood 1L The Avenel again essayed, but this ...

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