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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Wednesday next, tho 31st instant, is notified in the " Gazette " as a public holiday in tlie Bcrrima District. It is notified in the " Gazette " that Miss Mary A. Fordo lms gained promotion to class two in the public school, Mittagong. We understand Mr. Clayton will visit Bpwral to-day, for tho purpose of hicciving a presentation to ba made by a few of his friends. Tiiekk was no business of consequence at cither the Bcnrima or Moss Valo l'oliee Courts on Tuesday and Wednesday last respectively. A court of inquiry under tho provisions of tho Lands Act Amendment Act of 1875 will be held at Camden, on Friday, 14th December. Mb. Marsdcn, late night operator here, has boon transferred to Binalong, Mr. J. Bilcjr, from tho latter place assuming his duties here. In Tuesday's " Gazette " it was notified that Mr. P. E. How, telegraph master at Berrima, had been appointed to bo operator at Wilcannia. The Moss Vale Literary and Debating Society givo a musical and Literary ent...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO • OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited.) Butter, lat, per lb., 7d to 9d „ 2nd no demand Bacon 1st, per. lb., 7Jd to 8Ad „ lieu vjr „„,i rtnl,j,]i 4(i to od Cheese 1st, per lb., Od to oa „ 2nd and inferior, 4d to (3d Pigs, alive, per lb, ud to (id Calves, each, 3s Od to 25s Od Hides, per lb, 3|d Calf skins, each, Is Cd Tallow, per ton, £iJ0 to £33 Maize, per bushel, 2s Od to 2h lid Wheat, „ 4s 9d to 5s 3d Barley, English, none-in markot „ Cape, do., 4s Od to 4s Ud Oats, do., 2s Ud to lis Od Hay, oaten, per ton, £4 10s to £G Os „ lucerne, do., £2 10s to £8 0s Od Potatoes, do., £3 Os Od to £3 15s Fowls, per pair, 5s Od to Os Od Ducks, do, 6s Od to 7s Cd Geese, do, 9s Od to lis Od Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 20s Od Eggs, par doz., Os lid to Is Od Octobor 25, 1883.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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GARDENING INFORMATION.—NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

(iARPENING INFORMATION.—NOVEMBER. The weather at this tiiue of the year is generally 'v- jy warm, and the main operations of the garden or farm ought to lie finishrj. U water be availnhlc, much, however, may still he done. KireiiKN —Sow ns last month. Earth up C-'lery. Watch iho 0'ini)a;;c.s, eauHilowpnv?e.. pliuiteu previously, to keep oil the aphis. Continue the earth ing \ij) of potatoes; any that may have been planted rarly an J nro ripe, should be taken up and stored. Thin plants when necessary. Savoys, kale Ac., may he planted, but water is indispensable, and liquid i mum re may be found serviceable. Flowkr Garden.—Bulbs that have done flowering may be taken up and dried. Prune roses. Fropa gato holyhocks by cuttings, and carnations by layers Tie up dahlias, chrysanthemums, Ae Water tbe rouglily, and where necessary shade. Fruit.—Attend oarefully to the proper staking o! vines. Destroy caterpillars, liemove superfluous runners from strawberries. Fiei.d.—Attend carefully to you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

rjr* he b o w b a l p b e e pbes s. and Mittagong, Burrawang, and Kangaloon'Advocato, is published every BATDBDAY M 0 B N I N G. BUDBCniPTIONB:— Sixteen Shillings (l(is) ft year ; or 4s per quarter pf throe uioullis, payable in advance. It booked, ill per year, or oh per quarter. ApvKiiTisr.va:— Advertisements arc charged for at tho following rate each insertion:—Sixpence per line up to live lines; one inch, lis; every additional inch, Is (jd, with a i eduction of one-fourth tov thirteen consecu tive insertions, and of one-third for twenty-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s (id each. jonniNa uKi'AUTMP.s'T:— Business Cards Hand-bills Bill-heads Labels .Catalogues Posting Bills' , .Circulars Programmes Ac.,.iJ'C., Ac;, . W. WEUB A*n Co., - ! Proprietors. M1 'I T A G O N G . S A W MILL To Timber Merchants and others. The undersigned havj/in purchased the mill and ' - and Co., are MOOBE.'v August 8, 188ii. •^T M. A. L L E B D I C E, Undertaker, Carpenter,...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

PASSENGER TBAINS TO SYDNEY. Mail and I'issenqkb* ; a.m. Cowral Dep. * 3.20 Mittagong { A". 3.35 I'arse.noeu Tbabis. Bowral Dep. 7.30 Vittogong j 7.45 p.m. Bowrnl Dep. 1.10 Mitfcagong J Lis

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

BAILWAY TIME TABLE. FA881N6BR TRAINS TO GOULBURN. p.m. Ki,h'0Ufi { iiao Bowral „ 1.28 p.m. MiWagong \| 1)ep 910 Bowr»l \ „ 9.18 ltia, and Famsmqsb. p.m. 11.40 MiMagong j Sowrnl „ 12.8 Batvrday AdsriomaIi. a.m. w.-n.--,,. / Arr. 11.80 Mittagong | uep. ll.So Bowral „ 11.43

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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BROOKLYN BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

BROOKLYN BRIDGE. After tho towers had been built and the anchorages mado ready, then earao the strangest work of all. To muko tho cables and thon put them over tho towers would bo a difficult matter. Very likely it could not bo dono at all. So tho cables were made, just where they hang, one small wire at a time. Tho cables aro not chains with links, nor are they twisted like ropos. They aro bundles of straight wires laid side by side, and bound together by wires wound tightly around tho outside. They called tho work "weaving tho cable." At tho Brooklyn anchorago was placed a powerful steam cngino, and on tho top of tho anchorage were placed two large wheels, and with the aid of proper machinery the engine caused theso wheels to turn forward or backward. From each wheel was Btretehed a steel ropo to the top of tho Brooklyn tower, over tho river, over the other tower, and down to tho New York anchorago. Hero it passed over -another wheel, and then Btretehed all tho way back again. Tho...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MISCELLANEOUS. JOKING WHILE UNDER FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

M I S 0 E L L A H B O U S. JOKING WHILE UNDER FIRE In the midst of danger, soldiers are sometimes prone to jest and laugh, and oven practical jokes on each other, as the following anecdotes will show:— During tlie trench work before Sebastopol there was a certain man in the regiment who disliked being on duty in the trenches, and who always got into what he considered tho safest corner of tho trench, and remained there as long as he could. The bugler of his company, a malicious urchin, soon found this out and' was constantly in the habit of playing tricks to frighten his cautious comradc.. He would peep over tho parapot and call out " A shot I " and then lie would turn round to see his friend roll himself all up together like a ball. At other times he would call out " A shell I " of which he knew the man had a mortal dread and when he saw himself flat on the ground, he would take a pioco of earth or stono and throw it closo to his recumbent friend's head and then run up find comfort...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

RAILWAY ACCIDENT. An, accidont fortunately unattended .by loss of life, occurred on tho Southern lino at Colo Valo, on Saturday evening last. At tbia station on the railway thcro is a loop line or siding whioh is connected with tho main line by tlio usual points. These, it is believed, on Saturday night must liavo been left partially open with tho result that botween 5 and 0 p.m. a luggage train camo up, tho engine of which was immediately tlnown off tho line. A gang of men wore speodily on the spot to remove tho obstruc tion and by tho timo tho mail came up, that is between 11 and 12 p.m, sho was able without delay to proceed on her journey. Tho passengers by the. train following on tho goods' which met with tho accident had however to bo transferred from a point bolow to one abovo tho scene, and conse quently were delayed a considerable time. No positive information has reached us yet of any injuries recoived by either engine driver or fireman, who, if they escaped with only a rou...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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A VISIT TO JOADJA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

A VISIT TO JO AD J A (JBBEK. (by OCR TRAVUM.INO ItEPOBTCR.) Your reporter paid a visit to this flourishing invartod liivo of industry on Haturduy, in the expectation that ho might ha ftblo to gratify hi» ourioaity of see ing tho now tar-famcil cruck, aud of hearing Mr. t Thomas Uarrett addressing his mining constituent* as hu had been nnuouneod to do mo on tho afternoon of that day. This was 011 tin principle of trying to kill two pretty largo birds with 0110 stone, but ns ■ueh luck in tho rare exception, not tho rulu to moat of us, ho your representative was futod to bo dinup* pointed, and on his arrival at tho Crook found that Mr. Uarrett had telegraphed to say ho was unablo to puc in an appearanoc and would be compelled through pressure of business to defer his visit to tho Creole for another month. To any man whoso timo ia of value and whose disposition is not passivo, there may be many easier interesting spots of access thau Juailja, but the trip, from tho main thorough fare at...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE ONE-ARM STOCKMAN'S LAMENT FOR HIS HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

OBIGINAL POET BY. THE ONE-AHM STOCKMAN'S LAMENT FOR HIS HOUSE. Ask not what's tbo cause of my sorrow, But lciive mo n moment alone, I core not if death calls to-morrow, For nought for my loss can atone. No 1 I weop not for wife, child, or brother; No sweetheart's been fitlso or untrtio, But a wave of hard life's torn the rudder, And left isc it dark hour to rue. I hnd scarco trod tho pathway of mnnhood, When I wan caught in the whirlpool of fate j Oh 1 bright sunny days of my childhood, Why have ye departed in hnto. Yes, God willed it ho : 'twas His pleasure; His bounty is equally grand, But He robasd me of man's dearoat treasure, You sco I have only ono hand. Ho then gave the friend lying there, sir; You start; yes, 'tis for him I mourn, That horse lying stiff, dead and cold, sir; What! you can't understand I'm forlorn. Well, ho nooded no hand for to guido liim, Ho was noble and wiso, don't you see; AH you needed to do was to rido him; Ho would turn to the press of your knee. Ah! I...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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BERRIMA DISTRICT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

BERRIMA DISTRICT RACES. Tiie Atinual Meeting of the Borrima Dis trict Race Club takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday next. The following aro tho accoptancos for the two loading events of tho mooting, viz: tho Browley and Berrima Handicaps. The Browley Handicap of 3 sovs. each with 100 sovs. addod; onco round and a dis tance ; sccond horse 15 sovs. from tho prize. Nomination 1 sov. Bt. lb. Mr. A. E. Cornwcll's Twelve Years, aged 8 7 Clayton's b g Sloth, C years 8 5 Thomas Stewart's b h Bolvulcre, 4 yrs ' 8 0 Hillas' and Pearce's br g Macaroni, aged 7 12 G. Couch's b m Empress, <i yrs . 7 10 J. M'Carty's g o Lccture, 3 yrB 7 8 P. M'Mullen's b g Mirabeau, aged 7* 5 Clayton'H b g Thakambau, 8 yra 7 3 Jus. Armstrong's br h Unique, 4 yra 7 0 J. M'Corly'« b to Affcction, 5 yrs 7 0 .Torry Tracoy's oh m CarriHsima, G yra 7 0 •Tames Steenson's b m Jet, aged 6 10 J. S. Cosgrove's b g Loiter, 4 yrs 6 C W.G. Small's b ra Black Angel, 6 yra 0 0 The Berhima Handicap of S sovs. oach, wit...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT JOADJA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

FATAL ACCIDENT AT JOAD.TA CREEK. A sad case of dentil by drowning occured »t Jcuulja Creole on Thursday Inst. It appears the infant son of Mr. Thomas Clawson, ongaged in tho korosono tin manufactory, had wandered out to play late in tho evening and whilst its mother was ongaged in pre paring her husband's supper. Somo time had elasped before the child was missed, and when a search took place, a quarter of an hour clasped ere information was received from another little fellow of three years, that ho had seen young Clawson plunging about in tho Crock. Wlion asked to show tlio spot, ho took, the bereaved parouts straight to where tlieir only child was found dead—not many yards away from tho row of bouses inhabited by the working people. Tho body was still a little warm, but uo efforts could rostore life. It is supposed the child was playing on one of the logs in the cieok, and had slipped off into wator suQlci ently docp to drown him. An inquest was held on the following day, when a v...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. On Tuesday evening last the usual monthly public meeting of the above sooiety was held in the School of Arts^Bowral, there being nearly one hundred persons present. After the usual preliminary business had been disposed of, the Chairman (Mr. Bennett), after severely commenting on the evil of drink, and relating his experience of what he had seen in Sydney, recently, con eluded his address by briefly introducing the Rev. Mr. Spencer, of Bong Bong, to the meeting. This gentleman, in a pleasing manner, addressed the meeting at some length, occasionally creating laughter. A song was next given by Signor Vittorini, in a very excellent manner. Mr. W. Allerdice sang,Father, dear father, come home," giving much pleasure, some of the company joining in the,chorus. Mr. W. J. Osborne next g;ave a song, in a very pleasing style, which was well received. Coffee and cake, which was kindly provided by some of the young ladies connected with tho society, waB he...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

PARLIAMENTARY. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday last, Mr. Wright, in answer to Air. Dniignr, said that among the new trial surveys of extension of riulwayn ordered by the present government was one from Bowrnl to Robertson, via Burrawang. Mr. Wright, in answer to .Mr. M'Court—who asked " When will the alterations and additions to the Governor's residence at Sntton Forest, for which £10,000 was voted last Bossion, be carried out?"— said the preparation of the necessary plans wan wait ing information as to the kind of building and accom modation that will be required. Mr. Wright, in answer to Mr. M'Court, said that on the Southern and western lines delivery of uni forms fdr railway employees would commence on the 3lBt instant, and continue at the rate of SJOO suits per month until the contract was completed. On the Northern lino the uniforms had been received from the contractor, and as soon as the number bad ges were received tho uniforms completo would be supplied to the men. ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

BONVRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTlfiiU. I An adjourned public meeting under the Auspices of tho Bowrnl Vigilanco Committee was held on Monday evening last, at tho conclusion of Mr. McCourt's meeting. About IliO wore present, and Mr. J. (5. Morris presided in tho chair. After the petitions to the various Government Depart ments for a new Post and Telegraph Oilice, Lauds Office, and Court of Petty Sessions had been read, Mr. W. J. Osborno moved that Mr. A. Neich's offer of twelve acres of land for a Recreation Ground, at £52 an acre, bo accepted, so far as this meeting was concerned, and that necossary steps bo nt onco taken to retain tho same. Mr. W. L. Matthews seconded the motion. An amend ment was proposed by Mr. M. llice, and seconded by Mr. C. \V. Davis, that the Vigilance Committee should inspect Mr. Allcorn's ground, and obtaia liis price. Another amendment was proposed by Mr. W. Piggott, and seconded by Mr. \V. H. George, that Mrs. E. Oxloy's offer of six acres at £400 per acre bo ac...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 27 October 1883

CORONER'S INQUEST. (From the Campbelltown Herald.) An inquest was held on Friday afternoon last by Dr. Beattie, J.P., District Coroner, at the Court-house, Campbelltown, touching the death of one Bridget Maxted, who, on Thursday morning, 18th instant, was found dead in a tent at Kenny Hill. Jury: Messrs. W. J. Wilson (foreman), A. B. Chippindall, D. H. Barker, Thomas Reeves, Samuel Fisher, Charles Pallier, William Price, Michael Ward, William Graham, James Howarth, Patrick Clifton, and Thomas Kelly. The jury having viewed the body, the following evidence was adduced:—   Sergeant Beatty, being sworn, stated: About half-past nine o'clock yesterday morn- ing, 18th instant, deceased's son-in-law—   James Bundy—reported to me in Campbell- town that his mother-in-law died sometime during the previous night, but could not say what hour, as he had some drink taken. Proceeded to Kenny Hill. In a tent I fouud the body, lying on a rough bed, face downwards. The hair o...

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BORSE MARKET. MESSRS WILLIAM INGLIS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

BOBSE MARKET. MKHBIIh/ WILTjIAM INOLlfl AND CO. A r.Aiinn snpplyot norses tne past week from luait land, liivnrina.And fionlImrn districts, among which wore some voiy superior draught colts and fillies, also active cart and harness horses. The draught stock runt!ml from £28 to £50, and notwithstanding the largu nun/her of horses to hand the attendance each day wis large, and competition good at lato rates. Th? following is n summary of our sales this week :-f Extra heavy colta and draught geldings, £iMs to .CIO, 25 head ; heavy draught marcs and (geldings, /M head, from £28 to £38; active cart horses, 7j head, from 20 to 27b; useful harness and van horses, 30 head, £15 to £25 ; light harness homes, 3) head, from £5 to £10; rcry light horses, 30 head/from £1 to £5. At the Camperdown yards wc sold a very nicc lot of light and heavy harness for .Tfiln jroonin, at quotations; for Messrs. Bufller and StJphcnson a good lot of light and heavy horses ■Ht quotations.—October 25. PitiSTfo and...

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LICENSING ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

LICENSING ACT AMENDMENT BILL. Ttibue arc eleven clauses in the bill inti - duccd by Mr. ditto into tho Legislative Assembly to amend the Licensing Acta of 1882-8'. The following cl.uisfi has reference to the hours of selling2. After the commencement of this Act the MJ?™ j publicans' or colonial win* licenses raft) sell aiiy liquor authorised by their respec tive licenses from the h°ur of the morning up> the hour o ^alf-p st :il at ni-'ht on the six business day* "! tho weak,, and (provided the liquor be not drunk or consumed on the licensed preuiisob) for I wo hours, between 1 and ft o clock ° afterno'.n on Sumlays, and on Good iuut.ij and Christmas Day, provided tho hquor be not bo drunk or consumed, between the hours of 7 and » in the mornnig,1 and 8 iu the afternoon, and 8 and 10 at, night. Aud any holder of a publican s or colonial wine license who shall keep Ins premies open for the sale of liquor, or shall sell liquor, or permit liquor to be druuk or con sumed in or on his ...

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General Post Office, Sydney, 15th September, 1883. UNCLAIMK. LETTERS.—No. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

(Joiicrftl Tout OlVicc, Syilnoy, 15th September, 1883. UNCLAIMK.'li LHTTKHS.—No. 27. ! PARTrus applying for iiiiciaiinod letters at tlio i General Post OHicc mi; requestcI to give the correct i number of the letter with the date anil number of j the list in which they have observed^ their names, r.x such reference will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in the country making written applioivt ions, Liu addition to tlio former particulars, arc rei|uest«d rfc> state where they expect their letters from, mid ' miy other information tending to prevent (in unnecessary transmission of letters. l.KTTKim rilOM 1'1,ACKS 1IKY0SH THIS enl.ONT. J9 Andeison A. if., Liverpool 2 Bailey J. It., Ciiniphelltowu (3) 16 Barret John, Campbelltown • ' •1 Caird A., fiivcvpool •11 Clinrmer Clias., Marulan 10J Klnior Krnost, Liverpool 16 OiilchrUt Win., CampMltown 0 Hamilton A., Canipbelltown 69 Iicnueasy John, 7 Waterworks 77 Heron Bernard, 5 Section 05 Hacking Nicholas, Campbelltown (2) 16 Kirk Th...

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