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Cassilis. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Cassilis. ; During the paat month the weather has been all that might be desired. Five hundred and fifty points of rain have been recorded, consequently the appearance of the country is far more encouraging than hitherto. The threshing machines are kept busy,-in fact cannot meet the de mands, Wheat yields .are very sat factory indeed, as in nearly every in stance up to date the grower is the fortunate possessor of a greater quantity than was anticipated at the harvesting time. The splendid wheat yield of 1897 haB induced; several of .our farmers to go in for double and three furrowed ploughs, so that this Beason it is expected that the area under wheat will double that of any previous years. The holiday passed off quietly here. A cricket match of local interest took place between, the married and single members of the Cassilis Olub. The single men wont first to the -wickets and were disposed of for 44 runs. The Benedicts followed and did little better, but won on the first innings b...

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

To Subscribers. Those who have not yet forwarded; their, subscriptions to the ■ Chronicle, axe invited to do so without* delay.1'•The amount-.of subscription was reduced from ist.Januaiy iiist. as follows : .For annum (in advance) 15s; per quarter (iri advance)-4s; booked, • 4s 6d per quaiter. Advance subscriptions must be paid within the. first month . of the quaiter. Single copies 2d each. In tending .subscubers are invited to send in their namjes as early as convenient. The year or quarter commences from date of 'ordering. Send penny or two penny stamps, P.O.O., or postal notes, to the.proprietor. CARDINAL MORAN'S Private Secretary. Dr. O'Haram, Writes the Minerva Company as follows :—I have much pleasure in bearing' testimony ' to the vnluo of your MINERVA TOMIC. j)ur itig1 the holding of the grand Australian Fair it was greatly appreciated by itho clorgy and others, who found it most palatable and oner gising. Every one who has had oxporionco' of it pronounce it'adinirable. ■ (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Great Northern Family Grocery Concern, / CHEAPEST HOUSE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 1866. CEYLON TEAS ! CEYLON TEAS ! MONTHLY IMPORTS. Try our PURE CEYLON . TEA (" 5 Cold Medals") in lib load-lined p.ickcls fcontain ing lib of tea without the, packet) alis. 41I per 11). 'Also, /51b boxes at is 2*d per lb. \Vc guarantee this tea to lie " pure" Ceylon ; also that it is put up " in Ceylon" at the gardens where grown specially for ourselves, and is sent down every month to our order. Iioxes (China), full weights, from 5s Gd, and half-chest from 15s 6d each. Genuine Liorax Soap,-4id bar, or 3 bars ,is. • Uatho's Baking l'owder Nonpareil is per tin. Linseed; and Linseed Meal, 6!bs for is. ; Very Finest7Tobncc" Leaf, is per lb. London Vinegar (largest bottles) 4d. Milk (Gold Medal) 5M.' Meadow J! rand oAd ;per tin. . llolbrouk's Sauce (pints) 7d bottle. Amcrican^'Compressed •: lleef ; 2Jlb •tins' 9d per tiiii : ■ Armour Co s Potted Mams 4d peri tin. Underjvood'a Devilled ::llam, Alb ti...

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Denman. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Denman. The weather.—We cannot complain of the lioat, for the past few days have not been liot for,this period of the year ; nice warm days, and cool nights with a nice strong breeze blowing from the east, which enables us to sleep comfortably. The season is the best since 1893. After the March flood of that year grass was knee high, and crops of corn and lucerne were lookiug splen did, as they are now. Stock Passing.—Not many travel ling by road to Sydney and Maitland, owners preferring to send small lots by rail. Two thousand fat wethers ^passed here on the 27th insfc., from {Mr., Buchanan's Killarney Station, Narrabri, in charge of Mr. Kurinedy, bound for Fiemington sale yards, Sydney. A mob of fat sheep from Merriwa passed this evening for sale, destination • not known. The stock route is in magnificent condition for travelling stock—plenty of grass and ■water, so drovers have no cause to complain on these points. Sport.—Muscle Crook criketers visited Denman to-day, and were vic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

■ - GIVEN AWAY TO PURCHASERS OF . 1XG® R-SION. W A S H E R. A large Honeycomb' .Towel •: given with three packets; a Turkish Holler Towel, or a Large Hand or Bath Turkish Towel, given'with twelve packets. Excursion Washer is the Best Washing Powder in the • \ • World. A. F. SUTHERLAND & CO. G. E. MOREY, GENERAL CARRIER, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENT, AGENT FOR WRIGHT, IIEATON AND CO., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. Meet ^11 CbQtfeyaiKSS Provided for Picok 'Parties, FOLEY STREET ('near Station), MUSWELLBROOK. .MILLINER, BRIDQE STREET. CORSETS/ UNDERCLOTHING, AND II ABERDASIIERY. . LATEST STYLES at MODERATE CHARGES. WEATHERS GLEANED AT SYDNEY . • PRICES REMOVAL. ' ■ I /~\VR constituents and tho public generally | V/- are desired to noto that the CHRON ICLE'OF MCE HAS BEEN REMOVED I from Sydney Street to more commodious "premises. NEXT DR, GRIGSON S SUR GERY, and opposite M. Campbell and Co.'s Warehouse, Bridge Street. JS"OTIOEa MRS. BOXJRKE BEGS to inform the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

MAIN STORES 157, 169, Huutor S;rest. "West.. \Yc arc agents for Cameron Bros'' Tip-Top Tin Tag Tobacco, 2s 9d par lb. Cheddar, Stilton. Gruyere, Gorgonzola, Edam, and Couda ClIEliSE. SALT. Coarse, 2c\vl Uag for 2s 9d.. Coarse, refilled, 3s '.Id per bag. Fine Sail. :2S1I>k fo- !)d. Extra Fine Talile, 2S1I) for Is FANCY TOILET SOAPS. Sweet l!riar, .Cashmere■.■■Bouquet (two sizes), White Clematis, While Wings, Turkish \ ■ Bath, &c. ■ SVDNKV SOAl' CO.'S SOAIV Household, 2Sili, or 11 liars for as Cd. . 1 Crown, 281b, or 11'liars for 3s 0(1. .■■■■■•; Siren Soap, 2U1 liar or C> for Is, with prize for every 2~> winppcrs, v.;:—.'. Jiani, Turkey anil Tongue, Ilam and Cliic •: Uen, Ham and Tongue, Hani and Tur key,.Anchovy,' Bioatci' and Kipper I'asle pcrlin 2d.: ■ iKNCLIS 11 STKAWJJERKV CONSERVE,' 8d till; '■..*■ .■ . ■ NEW DATUS KOR DESSERT. CROSSE & liLACKWELL'S liXGLlMl JAM, glass jars Gd. Very Fine Figs is per ib., boxes ditto, Gil. Colonial 'Sugar Co.'s No I Suga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

LA U NCESTON C U P,, February 2. n0,000 Subscribers lit 5 cacli. HOiBART CUP, February 9. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 cucli. COOTAMUNDRA CUP, February 9. ' ' 10,000 Subscribers nl ">. NJiVVMARKET~HANi5MAP7Fcbruary 20. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 onub. AUSTRALIAN CUP, March L. 50,00,0, Subscribers at 5 NEWCASTLE CUP, March 17. 50,000, subscribers at SILVER CITY CUP, March 28. ^25,0,00 Subscribes at 1011 lfULL'PARTICULARS READ OUR PRINTED A13VERTISIiM13NTS. Address :— , 1 TATTEKSALL, Caro, Go?. ,i.&axs.' H:"bart, Tasaaai -iw-rV* Tlie ilay w.i.s young and not f'ir spent, As through tho busy stiects there uonfc A youth (.is yet unknown to ..funic), lijaving aloft tlie well-known name— ' « DR. WAUGH'S." Ilis eye w.ib bright, his form upright; IIo hold liis banutr to tlie light.; His business there, to adveitiso Tho Powder' famodifcr Gnkcs and Pics— "DR. WAUGH'S." Nor snow, nor ice, were soon uljoiitj, As luati!y that youth did shout: ■' " If Baking.Powdar you would choose, And not lri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Have opened a CYCLE REPAIRING DEPOT, where all descriptions of repairs to cycles can be exe cuted on the shortest notice and at Sydney prices. We have on hand all necessary appliances^ and materials for carrying1 'out work in a substantial and satisfactory manner. - TWELVE PENNIES, Post Free, TO ANY PAST OF AUSTRALIA, A. J'ooV of Invaluable AGRICULTURAL HINTS. 66 ^PO"T^ written in popular luisruaire by u priictinnl iri'in, ."fi/- fl J |_ # a # but worth pounds sterlin:; to anyoneUpon the land. NEW - 'CHUM = FARMER," By J. ID. Hennessey , "The Dis Honourable," Etc. CrowirOctavo, - 136 pages. Fnm-y Boards. ONE .SHILLING. - FARMING HINTS.1 DAIRY HINTS. OltOHAED IIINTSi ALL COLONIAL BOOK SELLERS. ( ; Or POST FJRJSE to any part of Australia for TWELVE PENNY STAMPS.? HENNESSEY, HARPER & Co,, Ltd., 5 Moore-st, Sydney LIMITED, -v Sydney, Neyycavstls, Brisbane,*1' (Established 1853.) OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE MUSIC WAREHOUSE IN AUSTRALIA. Our Branch Office for Newcastle,Maitland, Sing...

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Muswellbrook Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Muswellbrook Municipal Council. On account, of Weddesday last being Anniversary Day and the send-off to Mr. and Mrs. Hazel wood taking place on the following Thursday night, the Council meeting was postponed till Friday night last, when" there were present the Mayor(Alderman Bowman), and Aldermen Brecht, Lea, Budden and McNeill... The minutes ofthe previous meetingi were read and confirmed. Correspondence—From the Railway Commissioners, respecting the charges for water used at the Gas Works. In reference to this communication the Council Clerk stated that the Commis sioners had charged 2/ per thousand for 30,000 gallons used for.the previous month, instead of r/6 as formerly, and read a statement showing'.the quantity of water used "per mon th during the past twelve riionths-arid 'the price paid. From the Department of Justice, notifying that' 'the' Local Option' vote must;be takeiv at'the Coming election. From the Municipal Association, draw ing attention to the extension of thpe h...

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—THE—Muswellbrook Chronicle O, Sacred weapon, left for truth's defence, Sole dread of folly, vice and insolence, Reverent we touch thee! but with honest zeal To rouse the henchman of the public weal WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2, 1898. The War Scare. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

—THE— fyfusweUbmoty (^fwomele O, Bacred weapon, left for truth's defence, bole dread of folly, vice and insolence, Reverent we touch thee! but with honest zeal To.rouse the henchman of the public weal WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2, 1898. The War Scare. Something like a veritable war soare has been engaging the atten tion of the sensation-loving citizens of Sydney and Melbourne during the last few days. " War may be declared within 48 hours" was the substance of a cable message received at least one big mercantile firm from its confidental correspondent id London. So far, however, it has all ended in smoke, and really, on the faoe of it, there does not seem much ground for alarm. That the Powers are eagerly watching one another's proceedure in China is evident enough. That they are playing the game of " bluff" in order to secure their ends is also shown by the movement of warships to the scene of action. But that they mean to fight—and with so redoubtable an antagonist as Great Britain—for suoh ...

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Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Dentistry. Dentristy.—J. Bealby-Smith,D.D. S., from London and America, of 482 and483G-eorge-streot, Sydney, may bo consulted Fuee at Mrs. Hicks' privato house, Muswollbrook, monthly. Next visit, from 3 p.m on Thursday, March 3, to 3 p.m. on Saturday, 5th. Painless extractions guaranteed. Flattering tes timonials have been given by many of tho Squattora aud Knsidonts in tho district, certifying to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work Charges strictly modorato, At my Sydney rooms I have a stall of Four Dentists, whore a groat reduction is made oa ordinary prices. Mr. A. E. Burbank, R.D.S., Vic and New.South Walos, Surgeon and' Mechanical Dentist, Head Branch, Tamworth. In cousequenco of his ac cident, ho will bo unable to uiako further visits for sorno tiuio, and ro quosts patients to wait. Dentistry of the highest standing is performed by Mr. Puroy B. Cohen (Honorary Dentist to tho Maitland Hospital), who visits Muswollbrook the fourth Saturday in every month, and may be c...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Auction Sale of Furniture. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Auction Sale of Furniture. Attention is directod to the auction sale of very superior household furni ture and effects, to" bo conducted by Mr. W. Olendinning, on Thursday next (to-morrow), at 2 p.m., at the residence of Mrs. James Williams, Brook street.

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Departure of Mr. and Mrs. J, Hazelwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Departure of Mr. and Mrs. J, Hazelwood. As stated in Saturday's issue of the Chronicle, Mr. and Mrs. Hazelwood woro entertainodi'n the School of Arts on Thursday night at a musical even ing, prior to their departure' from Muswollbrook. Aropoitof the musical portion of the proceeding hiis already appeared, and wo now purpose to re cord the proceeding which followed : The Ohairinan, Mr. Ed. Bowtiian (Moyor of Mtlswellbrook) read the fol lowing address to Mr. Hnzelwood, which it is intended to havo engrossed in book form to be forwarded to Mr. Hazel wood :-r-' ' To Mr. John Hazelwood, Head Mastor of the Public School, Muswollbrook. Demi Sib,—On behalf of your fellow citizons of Muswelllirook and its neighbour hood—many of thom parents of scholars who havo boen undor your caro in tho Public School —wo dosire, on your removal from tho town, which wo greatly regret, to presont you with this expression of our high appreciation of your character us a man, and particularly of your ability as...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Items of Interest; y ; '.'Some British" gunboats,-^proceeding upHhe Nile to the Sixth Cataract, near Gorashay, have returned,- owing--'-to the heavy fire from- Knipp guns -in: the : I)eSvish fortsiand- to'the Dervishes hav ing"Ulocked the channel with chains. - Russia will adopt''military measure" ln ArmLMiia unlessHhc Sultan 'prevents the inclusions of Kurds.* A man named' William John - Forster: was committed for tiial at Hay on l''ri day on a chaige of assaulting his daughter, aged 15 years. - - Feais aid enlcilained that the Pekin Government .will regard.the withdrawal of the■British-■■■ squadronfrom . Port Arthur as a sign of weakness. " The English handicappcrs don't think much ol' Daimiovand Norton— they have- seen them perform; but have givuv:respectable^weights to New haven. Pea planting at Maclean is being proceeded .with on a laigc scale. ..About*3*oo.;bagsi'were' sent: :to'; Sydney last season, and - doublewtliat quantity ; is e.xpeected to:be despaclied this year. A min...

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Storming the Grevitza Redoubt. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Storming the Gi'evitza Re doubt. By CAPTAIN SALUSBURY. iS77, September i ith," Name-Day" of the stately autocrat, Russia's imperial; liberator, and, under RoumaniaY trir color, we are in front; of^tlie ' Plevna. Plevna! Name with which; to conjure Roumanian soldiery 111 future .. cam-' paigns, but word of grievous import 4o many whose tears shall be compelled in sad commemoration of; an eveiy accursed anniversary.- -^To-day, for. honour of sovereign and freedom of Fatherland, the life blood;:.of; "many f a chivalrous soldier-•• shall.;drench frthosc; bard fought steeps ; and1 to.morrow the cheeks of pretty girls: shalkpale.at jiews< of the battle which has;robbed them of' those whose kisses:x;:were;/scarce dry,? and whose winsome jfaces^shall never; be forgotten;: /.Rich-'and^jjoor, high and lowly, no mntie'r^whahage ;or. sex;v when the tale of>lhis day'sAVork,reaches them, shall realise; alls the'?, misery and nothing of the gloiy'of war. .Ik-fore us, stubborn.harrier...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Tiioms O'LEJJRY, Formerly or the " Hamburgh Hotel," Adelaide, and late of Wilcannia. DESIRES to inform his Friends and the Public Generally that he HAS TAKEN GREENS' HOTEL, Muswcll brooKj and hopes to continue to receive their support. : ■ EXCELLENT TABLES First Class Billiard Tables, Loose Boxes, Stabling, &c ; Conveyance in attendance on arrival and departui e of each train. BRIDGE - STREET, - MUSWELLBROOK Pi&Oo^ ©at)4 /*\usic. MESSRS. NICHOLSON & CO. biiow tho largest stock of CABINET ORGANS, The grainiest variety. and MUSIC. Absolutely unequalled by any otnar House, nn<l • is. the finest Music wnrohouse out ox London. Sole Agency for the Famous ronisch pianos. = bechstein pian'os. schiedmayer. pianos. mignon pianos. wilmeb pianos. nanon pianos. DiCMttlt % seorge St, Sydney. B RANCHES: 65, Hunter-street, City. AND Nelson-street, Plattsburg. We are Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Cold Climate Ferndale creamery. Butter. Write or call for Sample...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

C. J. SPRA 77, ZiUGTIONEEE AND GENERAL COMMISSION A&ENT, B: ita-street, ^wellfrbok OFFICES -Promise- .-jy occupied by Mr. J. C. Lus-jvia no,'Afcliitcct.; Weekly Sules o£ Fat r. Store Cutllcf'Slioep, I'igs,\v;o'., nt Hill's Junction Hotel Yards, EVERY THURSDAY. Account Sales "Rendered Promptly. High i"lass J»ciitis4ry.—Mr-Pmtov. 'II. Ooues visits Muswelllronk fourth Saturday in en eh month, nnd may bo consulted at O'Lenry's Hotel. J TUNER AND REPAIRER OF PIAN03 AND ORGANS. Agent for all the Best and well known makes of Pianos and Organs. Visits MiiBv/ellbrook and Disirict Periodically. All communications to be addressed to Post ORice, Muswellbrook, or West Maitland. _ Orders nnd appointments to any part'of tlie district will reeeivo prompt iittention 'All kinds of Repairs executed. Moderate Charges and Best Work. b as pa as 8=, bp. 3 cutx.EB, 3 Hunter Street, /cm™—sydney. DAK UK'S STAN DAltD SilJil't'lKLD ltAZOltS. Sizes Hound or Square Point— in wide 5/- each, i 61- „ ; i „ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

CUI OF GRATITUDE a ui.« c»vii ivh itraiion tc: : *»-<" < *■» I 'hrtli b (i (. n receipt of i ••»■ ruh'.i. i'5;v. 'n,r) tu forward * I FREE ADVICE- V ;; ■} hi •? lo any •*« ti».» <iillvriiig fimu ..rwnoun; 3 1 f nu'iiti," Weakness, llceiaisunor IrregulHriiitf*, cwncfrutn? a U SIMPLE SELF-APFL'ED REMEDY by.which alter manj rrnrs of ruffi'itng I cured. MRS. MORTON, POX 716, G.P.Q , SYDNEY*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

Madame Bilton's Famous Female Remedy for all ir regularities and obstructions, from whatever cause arising (and no matter of how long standing), nets almost imme diately, does not interfere with household duties, and will not injure the most delicate. Oyer twenty thousand cases success fully treated. Particulars and proofs sent free on receipt of stamped addressed envelope. All letters are held as strictly private and confidential.—Mrs. Bilton, 13 Bond-st., Sydney..——^ for_2-^(established 40 Years) best. Sold by all $t0 3.0Q-3.SS3 i^XsSIOEJ £3*3?..,, Conducted by Miss E. €. Baxter. LARGE, LOFTY, WELL-VENTILATED SCHOOLS, HEALTHY POSITION. The School is situated on one of the most elevated and healthy positions around Sydney, within easy walking distance of the Botanical Gardens, Centennial Park, &c. The drainage and appointments of the premises arc perfect, and every attention is paid to the health and wellbcing of the Resident Pupil", who occupy the larger house and have a s...

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England V. Australia. AUSTRALIANS.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 February 1898

England y. Australia. Australians.—First Innings. 0. E. M'Leod, b Hearne ...... J. Darling, c Hearne, b Richard son S.' E. Gregory, b Richardson .... F. A, Iredale, c Storer, b Iloarno M. A. Noble, c and b Hearne.... Q-. H. S. Trotfc, c Storer, b Hearne H. Trumble, c Mason, b Storer.. 0. Hill, c Stoddart, b Hearne .. J. J Kelly, c Storer, b Btiggs.. E.Jones, c Hay ward, b Hearne.. W. Howell, not out Sundries 1 12 0 0 4 7 46 188 32 20 8 5 Total 323 Bowling Analysis.—Eichardson, 2 for 102 ; Hearne, 6 for 98 ; Briggs, 1 for 38 j.Storor, 1 for 24 ; Hny-vvard, 0 for 24; Stoddart, 0 for 22; Wain wright, 0 for 11. England.—Firsr. Innings. A. C. M'Lnren, b Howell... :.... 7 E. Wainwright, c Howell, b Trott 0 K. S. EanjitsiDhji, c Iredale, b Trumble 24 T. Hay ward, c Gregory, b Noblo.. 22 W. Storur, o ;nd b Trumble.... 2 N. P. Druce, l.b.w., b Jones.,., 24 A. E. Stoddart, c Darling, b Jones 18 J. K. Mason, b Jones ........: 30 J. T. Hearne, c Trott, b Jones.... 0 T. Richardson, b Trott .. .....

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