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A WORD TO BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

A WORD TO BACCHUS MAR Bacchus Marsh Council now wants an officer to fill the positions of en <rmeer. secretary, rate collector. in terim valuer, inspector of Hustles, and inspector under the Pure Food Acv. at a salary of _£.?oo per annum Ireports the "Local Government Jour nal of -Australasia"). It mgbt be information for the local council" to' know that wharf laborers ,ia, Sydney to-day are making nearly the amount offered to a brain worker.. If a wharf laborer upset- a truck and precipitate the content into the water Nhe does not stand the loss. But' if an engineer build a road or a bridge in efficiently he docs .indirectly. JHis prp .fcssionalv-r.<?j>iit'atibh is tarnished and. ."hc-is^turiied-' out.on a cold world ' to" shift- as best he may.- - : -Aparttromtheengmecriugqualifi-: cations, the"officer-wanted by Bacchus Ma'rsh is really'td . supply the .brains of the council for £6 a week! Private practice'is allowed. .Which is adding [insult-to injury, as...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

XYNETOM PROGRESS ASSO CIATION. ?»-» A special meeting of the Ky.neton Progress Association was It el cl last evening, when, despite the brevity of notice and ihr extremely warm night, there was a good attendance. Dr. Groves was voted iq the chair, when a fair volume of business was discus sed. Correspondence. Miss Helen F. 'Harries, secretary of' Ihe. Young-Women's Christian Asso ciation. who had recently visited'here, wrote expressing, 011 -behalf of tlvt Na tionai' Board, their* thanks for;'the. kindness'Shown to, 1 hem, by .the -.mem- ; hers of the association, in entertaining them at a trip to;the. Hanging Rock, c ' ' The V/eir Fund. ;R. Talbot ^.vv'rote. offering,- to .pro-^ vide two'picture? shows each'week for the association for-the benefit 6f: the weir fund for "the sum of £15. per week.-Dr. Groves reported'"that - the executive,, had ; written to/ Mr.. Talbot: . in reply;?.?.asking.";him-, at \vhat tsunv. ;het i woultJ-'.-'i'Supply/.'.thc-vpicttircs.vfon'.-isay,^ two or' t...

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GLENLYON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

GLENLYON. - <&» Death of Mr. Patrick Bolton, sen. Mr. Patrick Bolton, sen., of Glenlyon, Hied on Wednesday morning at his Glenlyon residence at the advanced age of SS years. He was;a native of County Clare, Ireland!-and has been in Victoria since 1853. when he spent a few years on the Forest Creek and Blackwood diggings. Fifty-six years ago he selected land . at Glenlyon. where lie has since resided. His wife., .to whom he was married before leav ing Ireland, died some 12 years ago. Mr. Bolton leaves a family of four sons. -and four daughters. In his young days Mr. Bolton was a great sportsman and an all-round athlete, and all his life has been of a very vig orous physique, though unfortunately for the past 19 years he has been to tally blind. He^had hosts of friends, being particularly' generous, kind and hospitable.The sons and daughters are Messrs. Miciiatel, James (a> coun cillor of the. Shire of. Glenlyon, and severer times president). Patrick, John and Fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

T Educational. Sacred Heart Ladies' College CONVENT OF MEEC"*\ V KYNETON. ' % PUPILS' SUCCESSES iu lyw. . in ^February two completed junior Public.' In -December four passed Junior Public: "two^ obtained groups. A tocul of 58' passes w:is obtained, ?with ao distinctions. One passed Se nior. Public; two matriculated:-' * " ?'Pupils are rec'ived - fo'.' Pianoforte, Singing. Arioli)i. Mp.Golivic." Harmony. Shortbanct..-1'vpewnlinsr; Bookkeeping -Drswin;?;. Paintingsand^Physical Cul-" ture. FIRST TERM. FEBRUARY 2. Tenns 01; application to TT;E MOTHER SUPERIOR. FICTION. FASHIONS. ME CHANICS. THEATREL4ND: LATEST MAGAZINES FROM AMERICA JUST TO ItAXD. Including: THE GREEN BOOK. . , .THE ^LrJISsBCOK. .* ' >: NE-W STOP^- MAG EVERYBODY'S* MA COSMOPOLITAN -- 4 A - SMART SET & ' HI SMITH'S MAGAZINES McLURE'S. a ^ THE ARGOSY*; MUN3EY. i CAVALIER TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE. POPULAR MECHANICS. * RAILROAD and CURRENT ME CHANICS. ' AMERICAN LIFE. WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION LADIES' WORLD WOMAN'S MAGAZI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

.irdde Addresses, _ \ .4' a. ;.t Music Hath Charms -HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST AND BIST S0N6S Instrumental Numbers. All at Sixpence. By Post 7d Each WALTZES. Woodland Whispers Wedding Bells Royal Visit ' 11 Baccio Rose of the Morn - L'Entente Cordiale Wild Woodbine ~ Perle D'Orient , (Only a Faded Rose Pearl of the Night v -? Kashmir Gems of Erin - ? . Donauwellen Dreaming Eyes Dainty , .. Aubadc Over the Waves . Tuberose Only For Thee * Sweet Phyllis SCHOTTISCHE. Zena GALOP. The Toreador MARCHES. Church Gal! (Church Parade March) Australia (Waldmere) Roj'al Artillery (Territorials) Advance Guard (Royal Pageant) Country. Life POLKA. . The Bird's Nest MAZURKA. of the Valley Lily Sternenzauber TWO STEP Tete a Tete The Half-Holiday. - With the Fleet The West End Dreaming Daniel. British Imperial Chimes CAKEWALK. ' Dashing Darkies (Ragtime) QUADRILLE. The Alberts SONGS.., ?. One Word Mother "" Only a Faded Rose In the Meadow Where the Violets Bloom Your Eyes Say Remember, Though Your L...

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AUCTIONEERS CAUGHT NAPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

AUCTIONEERS CAUGHT NAP : PING. ' A woman about 45. attired . in a green , costume, waited on, a well known Bendigo firm last Friday and stated-she wanted to buy a freehold' farm : near Rochester. Mr. ? \V. Mc Kcan,;one of the firm's princials,-mo tored her; to Rochester, where sh.; purchased Devine's fine farm at N'an neela-on a "walk in, walk out" basis.' -The; contract was to be signed ;that night- 'on. their return to Rochester, and a"ideposit of £500 paid on Satur klay as soon as the banks opened. On ^Saturday morning the vendor's repre sentatives were looking for the pros i pective- buyer to secure the deposit. !In the meantime the land seeker was I claiming Rochester residents as long lost, relatives .and acquaintances and had motored away witli Mr. Herrick, representative.of Messrs. John. Wat son and Co.; to inspect some proper^ ies at Gorop. :.Having, becouic suspi cious during;.,the drive, Mr. Herricj^ merelj'.-'-introduced the bogus; la)$ seeker" to.the'firm's "Corop repre...

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The Guardian KYNETON, SATURDAY, FEB. 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

KYN.ETOX, SA.TU.liDAY, FKI5. 7, 10M The- Back Page.-Varied reading ! niatter appears on the buck page, in cluding. the ICye ton Markets, women I Blacksmiths, Auctioneers Caught I Napping. A Quaint Application, and a : number of small; interesting cross heads. Our 'Malmsburyreaders v/.ill also find some readable local - items on page four, under.the heading;Some Malmsbury Pars.' . " '...? - 'j. I Plome and Garden Beautiful.-The February number of the "Home'and j Garden* Beautiful" Is.'an eminently;-1!} terestmg one. This -magaziu.erde^ts; | as its title.indicates. botlv^¥(tii,'^arden | and home, and :tliis£mon^py^f^ition; contains . illustrated description^: pf>[J several ideal seaside: H'CSKleii^es ' Frogmore Mentcne; " "Bfmlah," Uardemale, and "Dunrea,';< Hampton. Instructive articles are presented upon the 'winter, flov/entjg ^\vet$t peaj bulb planting, pi ail tsfor-shaded entrances; furnishing the seaside home.-welcome' bird visitors to . our;, gardens; and - a host...

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KYNETON STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

KYNETON STOCK MARKET. For Thursday's market 130 cattle ?and 5338 sheep were .yarded. Re ceipts, £19/10/9. v .. ' . . .. Messrs. W. H. Fysh and Co. report: Average supply of fat sheep and lambs to a good ; attendance^ of-: local and visiting- butchers, and last week's, reduced rates were well maintained, while for 'stores no alteration- need be. quoted. Fat cattle in short supply, and with outside competition the mar ket ruled firmer. Stores and dairy; sorts also lightly supplied, and sales' readily effected at current values. We booked gi cattle and 3000 sheep, in cluding 1163 in conjunction, with.^Ma son Bros., and quote:, Fat bullocks, £7/2/6 to £9: fat cows. £4/8/ to £6/17/6: i'at heifers. £4/15/ .: to £5 5/; store bullocks. £5/17/6 to £6 15/2 to year old heifers, £2 to £3/2/; yearling steers: and heifers, £ 1/13/6 to.£2/r/; crossbred wethers, 16/8 to 23/; do. ewes, -14/1 to 16/; merino, ewes. 11/4 to 13/9; fat lambs, 10/6 to 17/ (the latter price we ob tained for a draft of shor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

In Memoriam Notices. DICKINS.-In sad and loving re , membrance of. my. dear ?husband. Charles -Seney Dickinj,..and: our 'at?., fectionate father,'who.passed from' this life on February S, 1913. . --Inserted by his wife and family. Bereavement Notices. Mrs. PHILIP MEAGHER and her Daughters are desirous of expressing their . sincere XHANKS to kind: friends for telegrams, letters, cards, and messages of sj'mpathy extended to them' during 'the period of their recent sad bereavement. They are especially grateful to the kindly neigh bors for their valued attentions. To the. Rev. Father O'Callaghan and. the Rev. Father Donovan and to Mr. Hugh Rawson'ancl Mr James Cuddihy who gave qvidence of their kindness, they are very grateful indeed. Death Notices. DEllRIGAN..-On the^6th- February, at-her residence, 25 Stanhope street. West Malvern, Mary Derrigan, aged . 75." Late of Maimsbury. R.I.P.

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WOMEN BLACKSMITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

WOMEN BLACKSMITHS. You will doubtless be surprised to learn., that-there are scattered about England and Wales 231 women black smiths. of whom 205 are widows and '79 at least 65 years ^of; age! This is I only one of the interesting facts about | women workers recorded 'in one of the Census . Blue Books.^ It hardly strikes oiic as an occupation tor wo men, but what is one to say about the three navvies, two of whom are wid ows? Then there are 42 coal heavers. 29' of them being unmarried, .and five widows: seven miners and quarriers, .all ' single; 159 tin miners, of whom 144 are single; three shipwrights,.and four bricklayers' laborers, all widows. There are women "woodmen,"; women '.shepherds, women ,masons' laborers, one woman "coachman." and one wo man "cabman." " These are' cxtraor idinary facts, and it does not a*^ear that many of them are open to the ex planation which disposes of the 86 wo men plumbers who are also in the list. So far, as can be learned there are no practical ...

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A QUAINT APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

A QUAINT APPLICATION. How mail}' of'those who peacefully dwell to-day in the settled districts of West Gippsland (writes "Benclle by" in the "Australasian",) are aware pf the fact that at one time the illus trious Brigham Young contemplated making his home in that part of Aus tralia, and with that purpose in view wrote to one of the earilest pioneers of that district in order (o make some enquiries on the subjcct. The letter bears the date of October 17, 1873. an'l is headed Salt Lake Cirv. It was di rected to Messrs James Mann and Co. In this letter, which has fortunately been preserved by Mr. J. C. Hann. Brigham Young stated that owing to his being crowded out and bustled through the agencies of railways, and i in consequence of his old-established forms of religion .being interfered with, he was exceedingly' anxious to ' settle a portion of his still increasing j family on the lands of that country, which held out the greatest inducc-I nient to so desirable a colonist as I himsel...

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SENIOR CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

SENIOR CADETS. I Lieut. R. C. Dettmann supplies the ! following," inl'orpiatjon B Co.; 66th Musketry Course-Tlic annual raus-| ketry course has been started and 8|j silver medals have been,'donated forf the highest scores in . 1S96-and io97' quotas. . <,<>;» or, m Medical Examination.-The medi cal examination for the 1900 .> quota senior cadets and tor 1896 cadets 011 transfer to the Cjtizen Forces will take'place on. February 18 at 9 a.m. at the Drill Hall by Capt. Rigby, area medical officer, assisted by Lieut. Dettmann. area, officer 66B, and S.S.M. Byers, attached to area 66B.. A Good Quota Expected.-As'near ly all the NT.C.O's_from the cadets.will "be transferred to" the Cifjzdn .Forces, Capt. ? Hurrj' will v receive the best quota yet' transferred .from tlifc cadets, amongst them being 1 second lieu tenant, 2 color sergeants. 3 sergeants, 4 corporals. - Attend the N.C.O.'s Classes. - The isf.C.O.'s classes should in future be fully-: attended so tha...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS. Farm Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

-^T^ARKETS. ,EN-DIGO MARKETS, producc. .Farm Hay. oaten sutuvts, P? Fcb' ,rheatcn. £2; wheat, I Pfr f-I, ! ^ts, 1/8; straw, _ fer ' flour £S/io/; bran, £4/10,-, Cape barley, 3/6 per ird, S"*'13'. r.m,mi. %' tew'potatXsrCarmens; 6u:z 'i\o!\ Bendigo reds. £3/5/ to !0 Pinkeyes, £4 t° ~4/10/: new ^Globes £7/15/to £S; Brown S £8/io/. miry and Garden Produce. J~h , t- Factory batter, prints, f' :',/ per lb.: do., lumps, ioAd. t0 !l.j. seconds, 9^. to gid.; dairy but 1 nri'iic. Iod- t0 nd; egs's' fresh, !Cii to nd. per dozen; preserved, 15" tier dozen; new cheese, 6d. to ??, ner lb.: semi-matured. 7d.; ma 6\J ?d. to Sd. per b.; hams, nl4 !0 j/; bacon, /d. to 9d.; honey. !f beeswax. 1/1 to 1/3. Poultry JX-e3vv weight gobblers, 25/ to ZtvCr'pair; light. 16/ to 22/6; hens, 1-V6: poults 10/ to .15/; geese, l/ >0 6/: ducks. 3/6 to 5/; ducklings, fowls, roosters, 3/ to 4/; '/ to 3/; chickens, 1/6 to 2/6; Sons. 1/6 to 2/. Fruit -Apples. \0 I 3^ £0 5/6 PCr, caSe? No.; 2, 1/6 ;/. pears. 2/6 to 4...

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TELEPHONE SERVICE. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

TELEPHONE SERVICE. (i-o the Editor qf the "Kyneton Guardian.'') oir.-i would like. Mr. Editor, with your permission, to urge those -ivho art thinking, of becoming telephone subscribers tp do so at oce, as it only requires six new subscribers to en" title tli£ Kyneton exchange to not only a regular attendant, but a fitter, thus securing improved attention, an({ the fitter's services would be at onsc available in case of any- lines going wrong, instead of subscribers having, as at* pcesent, wait for a fitter front Bendigo. Hoping these few hneS may bring about the above much dcr *iicvi result. -l'ours. etc.. FRED .ARMSTRO>C Hon. Sec. K.P.A. Shooting Season.-The duck season °,lH',ns to-morrow (Wednesday). T?16 Fish cries an d Game Department has. ? icon advised that birds are plentiful 'n many uistricts of the North-Western vonuyn of the State Generally speak mc, uowever, there is a shortage this year. Quail, however, arc reported In; very plentiful in mwt the cut. .So'Jtb ci the XJ...

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TEN YARDS OF SILK FOR 2/5. 24,000 HALF-CROWNS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

TEN YARDS OP SILK FOR 24,000 -HALF-CROWNS RE CEIVED. The New South Wales police iiave seized £3000 in postal notes tor 2/0 addressed to the Ceylon Silk Com pany- Sydney, in response to their ad vertisement that 10 yards of silk would be forwarded on receipt of 2/6. More money is coming in by every post. Edwin Percy Liddle was charged at the Sydney Police Court on Friday with having fraudulently obtained money from persons by re presenting' that He carried, on business as a silk company and would ^ send them 10 yards of silk on receipt Qt half a crown. He was remanded till yesterday. Bail was fixed at £3000 in one or two bonds. Witnesses are on their way from Tasmania, Queensland and South Australia.

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

BOWLS. mree rinks from Kyneton ws journey to Melbourne by the Sunds School excursion to-morrow to play match with the Flcmington Club.

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MALMSBURY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

MALMSBURY RACING CLUB. Following arc the weights tor the above club's meeting- to be held to morrow (Wedesday): Trial Handicap. Five furlonsrs. J? ?<»*-«. -x»:_n Breakfoot, S.7; Forget Land, S.4; Kay lulah. 8.0. .Malmsbury Cup. One mile.-Lucky 9.0; Paris, S.7: Brewer's Crystal. SfeS^&ightwalk. 8.0: Quickbolt, 7.U; LawrV^Iercia. 7.2: Kavlulah. 8.0. J /Uyeltfer Handicap. Six furlongs. Par'i.^ J).o; Brewer's Crystal, 8.I-; ;2s%i&valk,. S.7; Quickbolt. S-5; Foot bea>r 7.5; Tasmate, Careful. Kaylutali, ??rs: Novelty Pony Race. Four xurlongs -Wee Lock (12.0). scr., 7.S; Iona (12.2), 20 yds.. 7.3; Miss Argyle (13.0), 40 yds.. 6.12; Echo (13.0). 40 yds.. 6.7: Blush (13.0). 40 yds.. S.io; The Spec (13.0), 40 yds., 6.7: Nipper (13.1). 30 yds., 7-to; Lady Venture (13.1). S° yds., 6.io: Lady Irene (13.1), 50 yds., 6.12; Little Zoe (13.x). 50 yds.. 6.12: Alma (13.2"), 60 yds., 7.7; If (13.2), 60 yds., 9.0; Humbug (13.3). 70 yds.. 7-2: Laureston (13.3), 70 yds., 7.0:...

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CLERGYMAN BLOWN UP. A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE. LIVE SHELL AS DOORWEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

CLERGYMAN BLOWN UP. A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE, LIVE SHELL AS DOORWEIGHT. To the long list of victims of the Boer war must now be added the Rev Henry Hodgson, senior curate of Crediton in "glorious Devon," who spent his Christmas in bed with a fractured leg, lacerations, burns, and bruises, to "bear him company," as the result of meddling with a Boer shell which a friend had brought home from South Africa during the war. For nearly a dozen years Mr. Hodgson has used the gift as a door weight, and had never entertained the faintest suspicion that it was a live shell. He had also in his possession a sword-bayonet of French manufac ture, and the other day he decided to bend the bayonet and attach it as a hook to the shell. Accordingly he put the point of the bayonet into the fire until the metal had become white hot, and then, taking out the percus sion cap of the shell, he inserted the end of the hot bayonet in the hole. Instantly there was a terrific explo sion Mr. Hodgson's right leg was f...

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UNITED KINGDOM RATES Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

UNITED KINGDOM RATES ?Letters. £or every ioz. or under .. ° Post Cards, each .. . * .. *. Reply PoSt Cards, each .. .. * Registration Fee ,..* " Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article .. .; -Packets. Commercial Papers not ex cteding 202. .. ... .. 2f>7 Hut tio* «*.' . qfe ,» ,, . i «» * . 5 Exceeding 40Z. and rot ex ceeding 6oz ... 0 4 . Exceeding 6oz. but not ex ceeding 8oz .. o 4^ Exceeding 8oz. but not ex ceeding iooz O T Every additional 2oz. or un der up to 51b 01 Printed Papers, other than newspapers, for every 2oz. or under up to 5lb. o 3 Patterns and Samples must s be bona fide sample, other wise will have to be sent parcel post or letter rate, for everv 2oz. or under, up to tlb .. ... .... "0 1 : The maximum limit of weight tc the United Kincdom is r6oz.. arw foreicn countries 120.. -Newspapers. Each newspaper 40Z. or under 0 *Each additional 202. or frac tion thereof (see footnote) o o* ^Newspapers sent by P- and O steamers, wholly by sea, id. for every i6o...

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CRICKET. KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Metcalfe v. Elphinstone. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

CRICKET. KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIX ^TION. UA' , SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Metcalfe v. Elphinstone. On the Metcalfe ground the locala on Saturday, beat Elpnintsone by 24 runs. Scores: " -Metcalfe. J:" Mactier, b D. Fleming .. G. Wilson, b L. Keath , D. Carnell, c Pollard, b D. Flem ing .. , T. Gamble, b Pollard I7 A. Wilson, b D. Fleming ' T. Grady, run out C. Carnell, run out .. "J J. Wilson, b H. Keath g G. Keath, c R. Keath. b Doran .. 0 S. Keath, b H. Keath W. Grady, not out 0 Sundries .. i2 Total .. 105 Bowling.-D. Fleming, 3 for'23; \ Keath, o for 8; G. Fleming, o for 17 H. Keath, 2 for 22; Pollard, 1 for 13' L. Keath, 1 for 6; Doran. 1 for 0. ' -Elphinstone. R. Keath, b J. Wilson .. .. .. .. l0 D. Fleming, c Grady, b J. Wilson < R. Pollard, b T. Wilson 0 G. Fleming, c Gradjr, bT. Gamble 26 H. Keath, b Mactier 3 ; P. Doran, run out 1 L. Keath, b J. Wilson .. 17 J. Fleming, stp. Wilson, b Gamble 1 : W. McKissock, not out ...... 0 Sundries 7 Total : 82 Bowling.-J.- Mactier, 2...

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