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SOLDIER SETTLERS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

SOLDIER SETTLERS BOARD Members of the Soldter Settlers' Board have been in the Giiprandru district for the pas': week- making' a personal inspection of all soldier .sct.i tiers blocks, and left for Sydney to day. They will return to Giljjantira. again on Wednesday next, wh-jn a fur:her inspection w!ll be carried out. Mr. Hodge, of Yarrandale, is one of the members of the Board, and a very capabls member he i3. From person al experience gained as a settler at Yarrandnil Mr. Hodgo possesses a first .hand knowledge of the difficul ■- tie's our settlers have to work under and it. appears that at last help and understanding may introduced iri ' to tkiS tt&tfori&I fiasco. *

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

TALES,-OF THE BUSH .AncI Life Outback : (B y. " B o \v-y u n jc 15 i 11") For thoy UT-nip and-goi.us .tha; world' rolls buck, ' v Tljcy (h'ink. iind -e'limblu^ajul fdic;''^ Hut their spirits slin'l live" on ' the . outback "track,"", ' As long rtS the .years g-o bv. W ' ' O O - O **, It was on'New Yiiai's Day, J015, and they were swnpp ng yarns about i, ii.0^3 at vMullcngudKery.'j .AEter some c:me, when'Vihe tilled Had got very tall", „onc man, who hud besn quite silent said: ,"I onco had-a dog that makes all your soem:fools; I• 'general lysfcd 'him;:niyself after ; dinner, bat one day «..friend dropped in;, nnd tha; dog slipped .'my mind. After dinner \voxwent-into -'tlie garden .- Ths dog scratched jup*a flowed r.nd laiil it at !nyAfeet|,.v.':th';a-?niost:/yearning look in.. Iits:isyos:;,'Itv wasa forget-me-not.'' Nobody - told; anymoro dog /stnr'es ■that night—notevon '{Larry. the Liar'; 0 ' • o o »■* ! . ."Hostile''.-forwards a few line*: In ithe -localitywwhsre l; am residing -...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COLTS' CRICKET TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

COLTS' CRICKET TEAMS The following players hav-= baen selected to represent tha Colts ;in their week-end ma.'ches. On Satur day they will be opposed to Breelong: ahd '0,n Sunday Warren will: visjit Gilgandra in quest of the • Pe.ntos-, and Glees'os trophy. Saturday's team■ will' include: X>. Matche.t, Nv ,P!tf, E. Ellis, W. BIcGowan,-F. Smith, W. Elaom, D. Fisk, P. Hoara; -T. Ryan, B. Wood, J. Morley, D.^Peats 12th. The team for Sunday is: , J;, Williamjs, K,. Wiillams,' F.. Smith, E. Mudie, L. Match; tt, J. Ferry, D. Fisk, E. Meers, N. Pit", T. Ryan, E. Ellis, A. Hobbs 12th. '• • ,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Lnntl and Steele Sales* men, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agents. 'v llcafl Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.)i WARRACKNA I3EAL (Vic.) Agents for: 'Cooper's Famous Dip,;:y Tl.o Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd. ■ . Loans negotiated cfn Fieshold aim Lcasatiold 'scciu'.iy at- Lowest rknto.s o£ Interest.' • - ' . A. H, SMITH : Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For JIodern:.Bunga!ow and all Classes of Buildings. D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. . Agent for Royal Insurance Co. : TANKS TANKS PRICES FOR TANKS 1000 GALLON, 24 gage, walls and bottom; 20 gage top; 3 tap, £7., §000 GALLON, same materials as above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. , .'3000 GALLON, as above, £15/10/. Without tops less £1/5/, and tap 6/6'extra. ' All Prices Cash on Delivery. I'j-ices for other tanks or for . making on application.. A. P. Walton, Gilgaij^ra Phone 71. REWARD, A reward of £5 is offered by' the ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

mSXESBSBOam HERE'S a real surprise for thrifty housewives. Eetter put in your application now—All you have to do to gain possession is to § e 21 d § @ ©lean lids § 2? O 888 til© 11 fifi S © g" AKING POWDER Don't forget this—the lids must be clcan and have portion of original label attached. When you have obtained the 50 lids send them to Tillock & Co. Ltd., Kent and Liverpool Streets, Sydney, with your name and address. Buy Aunt Mary's Baking Powder from your grocer and save the lids—the sootier you begin the quicker j-cu can secure this wonderful surprise packet. SAVE THE LIDS BEGIN TO-DAY . G1LGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) Faithful and Accurate Dispensing'. Urgent Prescriptions any hour. Day or Night. ARTHUR Q' PARROU M.P.S. : PHAUHACEUTICAT, CHEMIST. 'Phone 20. Miller Street, Gilgandra. HOW ABOUT YOUR WIRELESS SET: . Now is the time to get your old Sets'in Order. - Rtmember,- the Amalgan-ated Wireless Co. give' 'FREE SERVICE with "Radiolas" at any time Do not ord...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CRICKET KICKABIL v EUMUNGERIE Following are the scores of the match played between Kickabil and Eumungeric last Saturday:— KICKABIL—1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

CRICKET K1CKABIL" v EUMUNGERIE Following- are the scores of Ihu . match -played between KicKabil ami Kunumgurio last Saturday:— KIGKABIL-^lst Innings A. 0. McCutchcon, b PalmTiii 4 JI. Bullur, c J. Foster, b Papuan - 1 F. Wheaton, c J. Dohnt/ b F. Dohnt .. 21 " R Wheaton, c F. Dohnt, b C. Ken- S2 - R. McCutchcon,-run'out - - 2 .1'.Wheaton,/C; Godwin, b P.itniaiv 14 'W. Wheaton, stp. J. Dohnt, b Palman - ' ~ ^8 ■■■■■■ -W • Pfitzner, ;e Potman,-b Godwin 0 0. Pfitssner, not out \ . 2 M.* Robinson, c F. Dohnt, b Pat man ' ' 5 P. Pf ltzner, b -Godwin „ 0 Sundries ' 6 Total ^ ~ -08 Bowling: J. Foster'0/16, J. Pal man 5/32, C. Kier 1/12, F. Dohnt 1/24, C. Godwin 2/11. ■ ■EUMUNGERIE—1st-Innings T.^Reindfieislvlbw,' b Butler^', „ 0 A. Jones, Ibw", b Butler', • -5 W. Dohnt, lbw, b Robinson '» ■ 0* C'. Godwin, c A. McCutchcon, b • Robinson J 4 A. Dohnt, .b Butter ' „■ 13 J. Fos e'.1, b Robinson . ^4 J. Patman, c C.'Wheaton, b Rob inson f - (5 P. Ley, h.o.w., b Robinson r 0 F. Dohnt,"run out - ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

NEW -v ndurance permits ^ , - Sustained Driving ■under full Power (CONTINUOUS f'.riviny "hoar after -hour was proved _ to he an accomplishment of ihe New Ford car doji^ balore it-wag ^rst presented to the public. Slidi rfliicc:is hU:jined by a powcrfill, low-speed njoiojv pcrfceLirsIiibi-jcaied and perfectly cooled, 'i Iml is why itnvarv iiig cxcciience of performance is maiiila;»od mile after mile, c likewise been built to meet Chnsaii and body-have lik .v- V"~7T this test of endurance. Ktioio fits facts about the New Ford Car. We teill he happy to demonstrate. LOCAL DEALERS. GILGANDRA MOTOR GARAGE CO. : ibALgllGH HOSPITAL v ;1 QILQANDBA. -* Am iflfwa ^rasgWy r.cBts^atcd and i im-tmssgtraeni. ffcr&W a»a CffeteMo fltSES A.m "Jc««sji always em liighl Texsts m mrmr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

COMINO BROS THE GOLDEN KEY CAFE NOW ONE OF THE MOST UP-TO-DATE ■' ■ REFRESHMENT ROOMS IN THE WEST—WARM IN WINTER, COOL IN SUMMER. " • FULL STOCKS OF CONFECTIONARY, CAKES, BISCUITS,, AND PASTRY. Plionc ^30. , Box 33. FRESH FRUIT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN SEASON. GROCERIES—BEST BRANDS 'ONLY.' - TOBACCO, CIGARETTES AND MATCHES MEALS AT ALL HOURS. : American Soda Fountain Drinks. Dclic:ous Ices and Si'ndhcs. ,.s ■ Our Motto is Cleanliness, Civility and Prompt Service. COMINO EROS -GULARGAMBONE AND AT WEE WAA. In a 'Pen that Ends 'Breakage—'Brings Jewel-like'Beauty—28% Lighter freight You here behold Parker's new model Duofold Pen. In reaching this goal, they spent 35 years on 47 major improvements. Made 16,000,000 pens. Now the Barrel is made of Non-Breakable Permanite in stead of rubber as formerly. It is 28% lighter. It'comes in lustrous Jade,-. Lacquer-red, flashing Black and Gold, Mandarin Yellow, and Lapis Lazuli Blue — all Black tipped. It comes in 3 sizes—each with 6 graduated poin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

ri0W VI©f©rT' Talking Ma®Saisae Noted 2oa* GSosrlows Tone, Marvellous Eeproductloai, Saspea*b W orkmanship, Artistic Finish. * Table Model • Home Upright Console - Grand • Sold for Cath •T on Easy Termi by A CONVINCING TESTIMONY PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. SOLD THROUGH FLEMIN.GTON FOR. THE YEAR * ENDING 1929 51,565 CATTLE AND 423,403 SHEEP. The Sheep Wonderfully Beneqte(j by the Secluded Sheep Ac commodation with its SHADY TREES AND CLEAN DRINK ING WATER - ■ The Catle Vastly Refreshed by the Capaaious S WIMMl&Gr BATH, together with the Spacious Feeding, Watering and Shel ter SHEDS. All these Inestimable Advantages are available by consigning your SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL and PRODUCH to PITT. SON AND BADGERY LTD. Pastorai Exchange, 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. M MCI FOn ITn MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS Highest Market Price Given For Good Milling Wheat m Any Quantity. WHEAT RECEIVED AT OUR MILLS ON SILO TERMS AND CONDITIONS. " ' N.S.W. BULK WHEAT WARRANTS BOUGHT AT CURRENT...

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GILGANDEA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

GILGANDEA RAINFALL . 'Appended is a table showing the monthly rainfall at lS8?. i--At our request the figures were supplied by Meteorologist, and are therefore correct. i ear Jan i-'eb iYLch 1 Apl I My Juii Jiy AUg 1883 — — — — 145 ^48 19 154: 1884 | 30 1885 1 3lS ■ 50 65 302 72 200 a3b .72. 121 21 100 119 48 274 ;3l 20 1880 128 >5 701 364 17& <537 508 1887 427 439 435 171' 44 248 *01 0U9 1888 49 379 40 - 0 163 : 74 34 0 1889 120 108 307 483 546 301 yu 230 o.'8'JO '30.0: 738 516 499 376 459 ZZb 125 1891 707 140 355 285 163 364 »64 332 | 1892 225 70 55 118 363 148 ■iU7 92 1893 279 108 384 '207 550 284 <255 250 ' L894 221 269 840 500 80 266 128 161 ,1895 500. 50' 11 >43 125 123 45 78 1890 09 G99 123 130 368 XIH j.58 127 -1897 200 65 : 91. 0 136 273 404 155 1898, 682 359 , 0 0 120 317 40 250 •234 1899 I 194 143 86 229 14 216 ±15 '1900 228 '49 493 204 265 23b 178 23 1901 101 0 '282 285 ■279 92 ou 310 ■1902 19 44 71 ■ 0 9 A'J •20 171 1903 J-.22 45 179 ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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OLD LINEN FOR HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

OLD LINEN FOR HOSPITAL Matron Gwilifam say3 tho Gilgan dra\Distriet Hospital is in need of old linen and. would b:> pleased to hear from anyone desirous of help ing tfr«. hospital in thte direct'on. Old Injeri is par1 icuarly suited 'for una, in the hospital, and :8 urge-n'ly r.esd-1 e<i.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

ments Sale Commences Saturday m S;»r** is 1930 And Continues For 2 Weeks 2s. if! the £ Discount For Cash Prices 2s. id the £ MERCERY DEPARTMENT Genuine Savings in Mercery Men's Sleeveless Singlets, a.'l siso.s, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6. Boys' Sleeveless Singlets, 1/-. 1/4.: 1/6,1/9. Men's Cellular Singlets , and Under pants; all sizes, 3/3. Men's Brown ^ Cotton Singlets, 3/3, , 3/6, 3/11." ' . Men's -Oxford: Shirts,.-' with- Collar Pocket and Neat. Patterns, ali ,sizes colors guaranteed fast, 4/2 oaeh. Men's. Navy .Work Shirts, sizcsT 14. to .: 18. Pr:ce-5/6'. "' Men's'Dark Grey L Work Shifts, re ■: commended for hard-wear,'all size* fi/G each. i ■.■■Men's ]vhi.ki Drill-Work Shirts, all' sizes,'5/3, 6/3. Men's White'-Merc'erisedTennis-Shirts guaranteed c.oth, all sizss, 5'11. * Men's Dark;Grey:Flannel •Undershirts • 4/11 each: Men's Pyjamas, ;• all-sizes, ;ih " a,.large assortment .of : patterns,; sizes" S.M.,; M. and'O.S. Pr.ced at"0/G,. 10/6, 11/6, 12/6, 13/6.. Gents' - Art1 Silk .Pyjamas, ...

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NEW HEADMASTER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

NEW- HEADMASTER Mr. Byrnes, the new kcadmas-B?. of tho Gilgrandi-a Pub'ie School, ;s a very keen goifcr and has .played No. 2 for Coonabarabran. . His'services to tha local club u-ill ba welcomed . : On Saturday,. February -1,.George Gutta.-of Gflgandra,'wiil'box tho bast of 10 rounds with Adrian Lu'obo, of Sydney. Some! excellent prelimin aries have been arranged and include: Iv. McK«nzi-2 v. Sid Skinner, T. Walk er v. J. Spittles and Lcs. Trudge. I v. E. Dumbrell.

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TROUBLES OF A COUNCILLOR [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

TROUBLES OF A COUN CILLOR The following lettev. has been re ceived by Cr. T. G. Kitchen, of Gilgandra, which will give oile an idoa of what a sh"re councillor has 'o contend with:— "Is" \i,truo that is taking at the, rat of twenty pounds an Acer to null the- timber off the' roud be tween Boyben. an Apptetvec Flat. Eight. men .have-been on it for h fortnight and they have cleared the length of 50 telephone no»':s or two mites by car an that runs Mit at a-little under four acerc. I th.'nk . 'he same work could be done for £5 atv acsr for it is only pulled to i the side of .road and it not even , h-.-c-pi- to fire And. w " " rabb:fr Inspector come -along it will corse some more to get the rabbi: arbci- cleared up. x ours faithfully, • BATE FINDER 'For twenty year's:

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"ONE OR BOTH TO RESIGN" P.P. Board Inspectors [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

"ONE OR BOTH TO RESIGN" P.P. Board: Inspectors For. some fme past the general publ'c have besn ivwarc o[ -carina* dissestions cx':.o ing bc'.wcen Ihn- Siocl: Inspector (Ml*.Buckn~r.,n:id i. Rabbit Inspector. (M.\ .Brown) o the CoonEibornbran P.P. Board, an^ at. the December ^meeting of. .llis Board 'the following resolution was carried:—• - "That bo l» Mr. Buckn?ll ana Mr. Brown carry out... their duties amicably, and should it ba found tliat they cannot aifrce, her one or both wil] have to ■ resign."; . ■ This action arose from a complaint "« ColHso"."" who wrote /to. the Board and com plained of; Mr. Brown's act'ons as being- unbecoming of a 'servant; of the P.P.'vBoard. These complaints had boiiv'made verbally, to the chatv Tian of ths P.P. Board (Mr. G. Hosking).- in the. presence .of- he •< ock inspector (Mr. Bucknell) and mother Gilgr.ndra resident, but des pite these accusatons Mr. -Brown de s'ed them. One of the directors said ''I don't know^ilrs man CoMison, but ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SETTLERS' ADVANCES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

SETTLERS' ADVANCES Ain-angemc^ia for bringing- into operation ths Advances to Settler" (Government Guarantee) Act aro being expediated as. far as possible sUid tli.Cj ilfnilster for Agriculture. Mr. -Thorby, recently. It is-expected that printed apy i •ar.on : forms and explanatory 'a i-' lets w'll be-available next week. These forms and leaflets" will bo forwarded to branches of 'lie .iri ou!s banks, from whom they may be obtained by farmers desirous of - "I'lrr . h» A Mr. Thorby pointed out thai up plication mu3'; in : the first Instance h : submitted'to .the bank concerned, as it lis necessary for the bank to fuvnish a report before '.the- applica tion can be d°alt with >hy the .■Gov ernment'.Guarantee Board . - Until L.such t'lne1 as the necessarv forms : ' are" obtainable from ilu banks: no applications can be v enter tained . - , " - " - Farmer;-. in' necessitous circuit -lances,;who require advances o-' Mod wheat,."fodder, o: other suu plies, to ■ enabls them to carry f" t...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SPORTS CAR AND GIRL Leadville Sensation [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

SPORTS CAR AND GIRL Leadville Sensation A single ssater car, a sixteen year old girl, and a man, d'sappear few nights ago from L'ad ville. The man had been employed as a motor mechanic for some months, and had been keeping company with the girl. The pair went out, it was thought for-a walk; at 10 p.m., and' have not been heard of since. • - . Later, it was found that a blue sports car;\vas also' massing. The girl's' mother who is naturally .muck con cerned, is : anxiously awaiting news of her daughter.. The man's inscription is: Dark hair and-small, dark eyes, set close together.' About. 5ft. 8in. tall, and of thin biiHd. He was wearing a grey-suit and <1 light hat at .the- time of the alleged flitting. The girl has bvown hair, grey eyes and is rather full-faced. Tho. police ■are investigating ttio matter, .v

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

SUDDEN DEATH Tin; siul news of tIic sudden death (it one: of .••Dub bo's-.•■old est7;: nnd' most Irjjbly .vo^pcctocl. residents, whs roeoiv i cd withwidespread expressions of re 'Vet l»;'u_\vcck. •^George .Edwards had :bccn a rcsid fiil' ox .lie town and district for half virveerituryj'Awljer.e^.ho ;ca;ried on. inu [jin-.sirt.s pj~ duiry . and orchardTlw _ay before h & dea' h he was appai o::*.ly ^ ingood'' health" and' enjoyed hca.ty meal at G o'clock. • On rctir'ng-for ihe night he was :ekcn ill, ai.'d a doctor was'summon cd. After treatment,at his hom'i -n ULerlins ,Strae , his f:Jnr„1y's fu.ii's wo^l allayed, but aL 3 o'c'oek next morning;he.had41 stroke, from which ho never rallied'. ^ The deceased would; have-. reachcd bin 72nd year in"Juno next. A widow; 'four sons and two;dajjgh tcra mourn the loss of a "good lius band'-and paren:.. The sons-ara.. Valen tino and : Alfred' (Sydney), Jack and Roy .(Dubbo); and the daughters Mrs I U. Wheeler (Gilgandra)-"and ;Eliza beth...

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RACE HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

■ RACE, HOLIDAYS •The. following1 holidays will be ol.i- ' ::-?i:vecl ln.Gu'ai-gambor-o for thG;raccs, ■,v,T-S-:ores:--Close'-SatuTflny:-l'2;30 p.m., iv-opcn B-'p.m,, and .eloping at 8 p in.; close all day Monday. Banks CJIoso Saturday at'12 p.m. Closed I'll day Monday. Post Offiei: Opun i'l' day /-Saturday. __ Closed-all day Monday.

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ARMATREE v. GULARGAMBONE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

ARMATREE v. GULARGAMBONFl _ For therfirst time' this-season /-J.he .Armatree combination will visit (Jul argambon&; anil Sunday next has been the..day: selected for the match. Wi'h a' large. numbar of peop.'.e in' i Gulargambone for the xaccs, iti isan ticipated .that a large number of-spec (tat.ors .will bo present. The -{cam ro reprjsent thn: locals has been selected' and the.selectors are to be commend ed: upon their confidence *in choos ing a. youthfulf.teom, onty two; play-: ers being over 21. . . Prom reports, Armatrate. wjll,ibe minims' sonic" of their vbegt . regulars, but they are a t>:am-always capable of rising-to the occasion . -Local partisans -assert that they-1 (Armatree) -wilLhave Ip'beon: their best behavious.; riexc Sunday. During Ih?- week tlie 'local fcsant has •be'en: practising rassidiously and" tliey will leave no. stone ^unturned to • bring victory to theirside.'The match'will comiii'snco' atlOV.m. sharp uwl-'he following, tcjim -will'- i-eprcsont....

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