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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

LOCAL NEWS. Mr. W. B- Chaffey was a passenger by the Gem oh Thursday evening on his way to Melbourne. The Murray and Darling Rivera are both rising. At Wentworth tbe daily increase is If inches. Constable Teate made a raid on the sly grog shops on Tuesday. At one place as many as six cases of beer were seized. Mr. Sum. M'Intosh returned from Western Australia last Saturday morning. He reports a brisk trade doiiig in the West. After doing his business he had a pleasant lime. A dust storm visited the settlement last Saturday afternoon. The thermometer in tiie shade rose to 89 degrees. On Sun day the wind blew quite cold, and there were a few drops of rain. Mr. R. S. Hoops, late Managing Direc tor of the Mildura Irrigation Company, arrived by the Gem on Thursday. He is spending a few days in Renmark, being the guest of Captain Moffat. The Be i mi ark Literary and Debating Society held its usual fortnightly meeting last Tuesday. Rev. W. Gorly Butler occupied the chai.', and Mr. S. Brown...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

IkCE&S. ZEEL OXIYEB, FRUITERER AMO COKfECTfOMER, Skr((cH «tmS Egg*- PoVw BStreon. Vety-tow frisw fmr ea$b Choices* Fruit of;all descriptions. English & eoJouiial Coafeetiaaety. Temperance Summer Drinks, Hop Beer a. Specialty. Fresh. Vegetables every few days* Daisy Produce of first quaSiy. Prices unrivalledt for Cash. FRUIT AND- VJBGHJJEAJSjES- BCR<CHA5KEI> Eftlt CASJBU RAL. RAL, AVENUE. Dicestly ojpposifce Pt>&5 Office The1 Wsifcehmssfeimg, and Jewellery business will be cavjrietf on a& jiwljouiiug: premises' by IEL OIilVBEt WATCHES & CLOCKS of ail kinds repaired & guaranteed «vld aouv a^d- silver BO-ti&KT. Repairs te> Water bury W&telaes a specialty. IS5" Note thantjr »f address. OXJSrivrEILTS K^IUsTIEIELS, FAINTER, ! DECORATOR AND PAPERHANGER, GILDER, SlGfiWRlTER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR, ' Special Designs for House and Church Decoration Supplied. Latest Patterns of Wall Papers and all kinds o...

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TINTRA AND TARCOOLA TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

TINT1U ANI) TALiCOOLA TENNIS TOUHNAMKNTS. Last. Saturday the courts wore in ex cellent order, and some of the ma tches, in the early part of the afternoon elicited first class play. In the gentle men's singles Robertson won from Ashwell 8-1, and from Rossell 8-4, Hodv from R. Turner 8-7, Muspratt from W. Wyllie 8-2, and P. Wyllie from Mursell 8-5. In the mixed doubles Miss Heaton and F. Turner won from Miss Hollingdrake and H. Woodham 8-7. In the gentlemen's doubles R. Turner and Hody won from Ashwell and W. Woodham 8-2, Benson and Formby from Mursell and Hol lingdrake 8-4. In the match, F. Turner and Muspratt v. Mursell and Holling dralce, the match stood at 7 games all, and also in that between Benson and Formby v. Ashwell and Woodham, the former pair had scored one game, when a dust storm arose, compelling further play to be abandoned lor the day. to-day's puogkammh. Court No. 1.—1st Match, F. Turner and Muspratt v..Mursell and Holling drake ; 2nd, R. Turner and Hody v. Ashwell a...

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THE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

t\fl1- jVM-SL. S®5EPW«fir Mie sfiibleps- spoke' fio> the Cbiimwj&skHrer ©ICt'OWii' Laiwfe ©>» bine ,wbjieefi> ol gBtSihg: wtatfl bags' sent to an*l ivom E^iw»«i»k' by tfeer' Bteaiiim>s, Mr- Mottle ttoowiglst tbafc tb'e- s4®n)rB>Mr& did'earvy mai'lsy but fee was- informed jit was owly to- the village- settlsiM«»ts »i>$ by fcbte Gem.' Mr, Giitei* thought there wowld' be no difficulty in? maeet >ng tlW views ©I time residents* o£ Ren fttwk Mi' tbii*. matter, 1«J5 ftWVAXSfi BOSHETAI,, J>rv Harrison brought before* the C'om.iiii3»ioi*er a®d raenab^TSfof Piarlia jneuifc the neeess-ity for Government aid to Rewniark Cottage Hospital. The eonnectioM with the village settle ments' by ieteptaowe waa considered 800 eostly an iwdertaking,. bat it was iMtgge»te*l fcbaife the Hospital Com mittee should agveey. if the- Govern ment gave pecuniary aid, to- reserve a ftunnber beds for patients from out ride the settlement, the hotel <i>u£s>rio'...

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RENMARK RACING CLUB. THE WEIGHTS. IRRIGATION HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

RENMARK RACING CLUB. THE WEIGHTS. IRRIGATION HANDICAP. Mr. Chas. Hall's ch. g. Wapok, aged, . list. 12tb. " N. Oldham's b. g. Twilight, aged, . 11 9 „ W. G. Cuttle's b. g. Apache, aged, . 10 0 „ R. Formby (ns) b. g. Sultan, aged, . 9 10 „ B. Gregory's g. . m. Lindsay, aged, .. 9 7 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. „ C. Kennedy's br. g. Trooper, aged, 11 7 „ R. Formbv (ns.) ch. g. Cho willa, aged, ... 11 0 „ R. Formbv (ns) b. g. Sultan, aged, 9 7 RENMARTv HANDICAP. „ C. Hall's ch. g. Wapok, aged, ... ... 9 11 „ C. Kennedy's br.g. Trooper, aged, ... ... 9 10 „ N. Oldham's b. g. Twilight, aged, 9 9 „ T. R. Johnston's br. g. Un known, aged, ... 9 8 „ T. R. Johnston's b. g. Jack, aged, 9 5 „ C. Richardson's b. f. Thel ma, 3 years, ... 8 12 „ C. Richardson's ch. ra. Au rora, 5 years, ... 8 10 „ C. Richardson's ch. m. Sou thern Cross, 5 years, 8 10 „ C. Richardson's cli.g. Wool purna, 5 year,?, ... 8 7 FLYING HANDICAP. „ C. Hall's ch. g. Wapok, aged, ... ... 9 12 „ N. Oldham's b. g. Twilight, aged, 9 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

A. GROSSLEY. Corner 14 th. and Murtho Sxb It e n m a r k. FURNITURE REMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE, CORN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. HOUSE, SIGN & COAOH PAIISTTEB, PAPERHANGER, GILDER, GRAINER, GLAZIER, AG. Estimates given for general repairs. Latest samples of Wallpapers on hand. Company's orders not objected to. First class Work in all Branches. Charges Reasonable. RAL RAL AVENUE. (Next Mr. Hallidai/s Store.)' REN MARK. Agency Notice .. N. H. Oldham, Auctioneer, General Commission Agent. . Life assurances & Fire insurances effected. Aycnt for x.s', Corowa atuls. a. Queen. OFFICE: Renmark-avenue. NHODLHAM AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. LAND did E^TATK AGK^T, 4 ; MuRiRAV Avenue, Renmark. ProperHes for sale. LOANS NifiOQIATED. Cost of Transfers, Mortgages, Ijeases, BiUs of Sale, etc., 15s. and 'fees. ! G. SCALES, TAILOR, (T^ate nf Messrs. James Marshall & Co., Adelaide.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE....

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CORRESPONDENCE. TRAINING NOTES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

CORRESPONDENCE. TRAINING NOTES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—I have been both amused and interested in reading the sporting notes that appear in your paper every week. I am not the owner of a horse nov am I interested in any horse in | particular, but it appears to myself, and others that the writer of the , notes is rather one-sided in his ve- j marks ; some horses we hear plenty of, and others are hardly lioliccc:. The horBe that seems to be most noticed is Twilight, and I fail to see why it should be so. He does not ap pear any better to me than he was three years ago, and there has been nothing very startling in his perfor mance since, unless it be the gallops which I have often seen him take from the training track with a piece of bridle and no rider. I notice also that he writes disparagingly of the little mare, Lady Grey, or Lindsay, and I should not wonder if she don't surprise liim a bit when put to the test. I hope my remarks will be taken in good part as my only inten tion is to s...

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DOWN THE RIVER. A PLEASANT SUNDAY'S EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

DOWN THE RIVER. j • i . m. i A Pmubant Sujtoax's Excursion. The steamer leaving Renmark every | Buuday morning for Morgan and Murray Bridge, affords, not only a I very useful and effective service for the settlers of Renmark, the river fishermen, and shortly no doubt, a means of sending early fresh fruit to j the eity with the certainty of catching ' Monday's train to Adelaide, but a J most enjoyable Sunday excursion to ! Pyap to catch the up river steamer at j that village settlement, and get back to Renmark early Monday morning in good time to coinrgen'ce the labours of the week. . Last week the River Murray Navi gation Oo. Ltd,, through their local agent, Mr. F. W. Cutlack, offered a representative of this journal a com plimentary ticket for the trip. Mr, Ashwell gladly availed himself of the opportunity and accompanied by Dr. C. A, Harrison, and Mr. A. D, Thom son, C.E., started at 10 a,m, on the steamer Ellen. There were a fair ntimber of other passengers, some for the village ...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY PARTY IN RENMARK. THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS SELECT COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

PARLIAMENTARY PARTY IN RENMARK. 1 THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS SELECT COMMITTEE. Tbe Village Settlements Selcct Committee, consisting of Messrs. J. Moule (chairman), T. Burgoyne, M'Lacblan, E. L. Batchelor, T. Price, W. J. Blacker and the Hon. P. P. Gillen, Commissioner of Crown Lands, accompanied by Mr. F. N. Burchell, C. E., from the office of the Eugineer-in-chief, arrived in Renmark by the steamer Gem at an early hour on Monday morning. The Parlia mentary Party left Adelaide on Friday, having chartered the steamer, Pioneer, for the trip. The vessel however being found deficient in accomodation, they booked by the Gem, which took them to Mnrtho at 6 a.m., bringing them down to Renmark again, with trustees of that settlement, who gave evidence as to their progress and ex pectations during the forenoon. The steamer Ruby had been sent for from the Darling to convey the party back to Morgan, and she ar rived at noon on Monday. After lunch the Gem proceeded on her up stream trip and the me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA TION CO.; LTD. SPECIAL- WEEKLY SERVICE. * \. ■ v. ■,v" ' V\* ? "• •./' • bftwlen Renmaiik, Mohgan & Murray Bridge. ' the . S - S ELL EN T EAVES Renmark at 10 a.m. every JM Sunday, arriving at Morgan on Monday rooming and Murray Bridge on Tuesday. The Ellen starts from Murray Bridge on Wednesday morn ing, calling at Morgan on Thursday evening and reaching Renmark on Saturday morning. . Special Fares. FRANK W. CUTLACK. Agent. Poultry Breeding For Export ME. D. F. LAUBIE, Government Poultry Expert, will lecture on the above subject at the Institute on Monday, November 4th at 8 p.m. Admission by silver coin at the door. NOTICE is hereby given that pollard .and phosphorus is being laid for rabbit poisoning and Paris Green and London Purple for locusts on thre un occupied lands of the undersigned. Horses and cattle straying on the above mentioned lands do so at owner's risk, CHAFFED BROS, Ltd. Renmark, 11/10/95. JSTOTIOB. ALL Goats found trespassing on the land...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

J. CLARK & Co. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. Mews Agents. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews . &c. obtained to order. RENMARK HOUSE, FIFTEENTH STREET, KEN MARK. MEI8SNER S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, i ; RENMARK. ; j Offers the best and most com fortable A ccommodationfor Visitors & Tourists. Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class j j hostel i»y. Mrs. MEISSNER Proprietress. Renmark Sawmills. Red-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS. F. & W. FISHER, cHio <Sie.v£?//', cftcumaik, AGENTS FOR JL CL Chapman's patent SPBAY PUMPS. First Prize at Lhading Shows,—, 1w)2-8.4t5. HH <u (-H > ARTIFICIAL MANURES, c 2*f'2 S°rft ^ ^ ^ 3 > « £ efi « (0 ^ IN STOCK. ^ 0? ~~ O ^...

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TOWN COMMONAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

TOWN COMMONAGE. Town commonage is much required for Bemuark and agita tion for a grant of land for this purpose was rife more than a year ago. The visit of the Commissioner of Crown Lands this week afforded an opportunity for the matter to be again brought forward. Owing however to the negligence of those most interested (a common Renmark failing) a proposed interview jyith the Minister on the, subject d^d lake place. With a pertinacity, living assuredly of no blame, we [|>t intend to let the question rest, ly matter of public importance friBe one rebuff has been ex ceed it is no reason that it should 'opped. Pasturing horses on the it allotment# of the town, as at fflferit practised, is undesirable, and have now sufficient inhabitants to warrant us demanding ample inmonage. The negociations With object in view, carried on somd ;hieen months ago, were brought to I top because gotne of the towfis iople considered that the land offend .Messrs. Chaffey Bros. Ltd., fof iiph the Compa...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1895. A LOCAL PROGRESS COMMITTEE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

Cbc fjttmm. SATURDAY, OCTOBElt 19, 1895. a local pbogbess committee Wanted. Having, no organisation ! to represent the towns people of Renmai k j when distinguished vi- | Sitors arrive at the set- j tlement it generally de volves upon Messrs. Chaffey Bros. Ltd. to entertain thein and show them round. Of Course the company are glad to do this as the J development of the plantations can be shown as an advertisement for their business. But there are occasions ; when an independent recognised body j is required, as "what is everybody's I business is nobody's," and the wapt, time* felt. The visit of the Commis sioner of Crown Lands, with the. Yillnge Settlements Select Committee this week might have been made the occasion of making the requirements of the district known and receiving suggestions as to how to get them satisfied. A.n attempt was made to get up a deputation to wait upon the Minister of Lands on Monday and that gentleman made an appointment at five o'clock. Several town resi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

■ T H £ ; " EEI6AIH1 COLONIE —- ON THE MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILOURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has passed the experimental stage. and Is a success, apparently unfeouiaded lit its possibilities to produce wealfia, adding, as a eoitcomnaut, the domestic comfort, Ileal III and ^happiness associated with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. Fruitgrowing Is admirably adapted to that class, who, by circumstances, have not had any training in the workisi; of the soil or in fVuit culture, placing no physical tax upon the operator s neatlier is it difficult t« master, while as an occupation It Is really At Milduraand Renmarkthe results from irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view. THE MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. FREE: HO l>D OSS UEFKKRKD ■** Ill i:^rr«. Route to Ren mark. From Adelaide to Morgan by train, lOo miles, ihencc by Steamer Gem by river, 170 miles, to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

3VEE/S. IE. OLITEB, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, Fresh butter and Eggs. Prime Bacon. Very low prices for cash Choicest Fruit of all descriptions. English & Colonial Confectionery. Temperance Summer Drinks, ^ Hop Beer a Specialty. Fresh Vegetables every few days. Dairy Produce of first quality. Prices unrivalled for Cash. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES PURCHASED for CASH. — HAL BAL AVENUE. Directly opposite Post Office. The Watchmaking and Jewellery business will bo carried on at adjoining premises by IE. OLIYER. WATCHES & CLOCKS of all kinds repaired & guaranteed. oil) gold and silver bought. Repairs to "YYaterbury Watches a specialty. IS" Note change of address. CLIEIMIIEZtSrS ZR/ZEI-CsTEIR/S, PAINTER, DECORATOR AND PAPERHANGER, GILDER, 8IGNWRITER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR Special Designs for House and Church Decoration Supplied. Latest Patterns of Wall Papers and all kinds of Picture Mouldings on hand ESTI JVI/rTES fR E E, Address, Block C, Renmark. IRy. SA1TDFOBD,...

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COOKING DRIED APRICOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

COOKING DRIED APRICOTS. 4 No. 4, From Mrs. Little, England, per Mr. H. R. Little, Renmark.— Soak the apricots for one hour, then wash well, taking them out one by one, and throw away the water. Just cover .them with water and soak for seven or eight hours. Now make a syrup with the water they were i soaked in, adding a little more water, and put in a dish, covered with an other dish and bake in the oven. They are delicious cooked this way. In a saucepan the flavour is spoiled.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

N-H-ODIjTtT. A M AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. LAND and ESTATE AdF-NT, Mubray Avknue. Rbnmauk. Properttes f«r LOANS NEGOGIATED. Cost of Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., 15s. and fees. HOUSE, SIGN & COACH ZPJLIZCsTTIEIR,, PAPERHANGER, GILDER, GRAINER, GLAZIER, <ftC. Estimates given for general repairs. Latest samples of Wallpapers on hand. Company's orders not objected to. First class Work in all Branches. Charges Reasonable. RAL RAL AVENUE. (Next Mr. Halliday's Store.) RENMARK. A. GROSSLEY Corner 14 xn. and Murtho Sto Ren mark. FURNITURE REMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. G. SCALES, ) TAILOR, (Lmie of Messrs.- James Mawshmll £ C@'-r Adelaide. ). R'EFAIllS, ALTERATIONS, AND' GLEANING BONE.. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up, TrouusBirs Made and; Trimmed' 7s 6d. Tromseifs- Made !©• Ordev frouri 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (Scxt Kithh)murs P'ttodntm St-are.); J. BERRY, 15 th...

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THE OLIVE AND ITS USES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

THE OLIVE AfCB ITS USES. - F&ffisr inns RrntAi. The- olive' bass been infiiwatlelly cora jseeteiS with' tfeMstory of Miani from® a. ireiBiote1 periocfr fimiiisMmig laitm both; food! amdi miediGTMe, As far back m •the MiMing of S©lowoiia*» Teirtjfe we leant that targe quantities of ©live'oil' were eommised by.tfof wov&tnen. At the present thai'© imwltitwdieS' off pcpple jely ropon it as- ttaeiiy cMcf staple of lood as its takes the plaice ©f bo'hb i®eat antT batter. Statistics abow tlrafc the €oWMm;pfcron! of foreign pickled olives and alleged olive oil is immense in this coisntry,. tbongb it is- known that the oil itf shamefully adulterated and that tbe pickles are put up green and are bo better lor food thaw any otber unripe fruit. The supply of olive products is so inadequate to meet the heavy demand that it is- tbe general practice of European mwrefra.nts to compound olive oil with inferior oik so that it is believed to be out of the question to obtain pore olive ...

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TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

TRAINING NOTES. By Ajax. The weights are now declared arid I consider fairly satisfactory, though of course some may have expccted to get their horses in lighter. But a handicapper has merely performances and pedigree to go upon, and has no means of finding out if a horse has improved or not. I certainly think Mr. Hughes has been very lenient to Jack, whose last three performances were two wins and a second to Wapok in a race where Twilight ran unplaced, and the last named has to concede him 41b. in the Benmark Handicap, and Wapok to give him Gib. Jack's owner must be agreeably surprised at getting him in so light. Of the mm- j | performed horses, the grey mare, Lindsay, if any good at all lias been pitchforked into it, as she receives from Wapok 2 stone 51b. Thelma, the granddaughter of a winner of the Australian Cup and a second in the Melbourne Cup, has been apparently weighted on the merits of lier ances tress, but Mr. Richardson ought not to complain at the weights for his othe...

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TINTRA AND TARCOOLA TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

TINTRA AND TARCOOLA TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. In spite of an extremely hot day there was a good muster at the Tintra Tennis Courts last Saturday though several competitors did not turn up to time and their matches are liable to be forfeited. Last week we stated that in the mixed doubles Miss Heaton and Turner beat Miss Holling drake and H. Woodham, 8-7. This should have been reversed, the latter pair winning the match. In the ' gentlemen's singles Benson won from Hollingdrake 8-3 ; Hollingdrake from R. Turner 8-4 ; W. Woodhani from Ash well 8-7; Muspratt from F. Turner 8-5; F. Wyllie 8-5 and from H. Woodham 8-2; Mursell from H. Woodhani 8-4. In the gentlemen's doubles the uncompleted match of the previous Saturday, F. Turner and Muspratt v. Mursell and Hollingdrake, standing at 7 games all, resulted in a win for the former pair 8-7. Benson . and Formby, with one game to the . good against Ashwell and Woodhain, , won 8:2. ; F. Turner and Muspratt also worifrom Ashwell and Woodham 8-8; and ...

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