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Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Elthanm. (FROM OUR CoRRESPONDENT). A waltzing competitibnu, -i eld b the Eltham triicket Club on'Friihv November :17, in, aid .of the Ptblic Hall funds, 'realized a. nett prod_ (of £3. M rs Lu~ckman (piano) and Mir J, .Reilly .(violin) supplied the music,s M r. A.- Gollings ot$ciating .as M-., The i'ttendanseewas. flir and the jbor first-class An excellentt supper was also provided.. The judges., were Messrs. &. Riddell, A. Gollings; and F. West. The prizes weire donated by a loc!? gentlemani who takes a great interest in cricket club affauirs. The heat winners were ,I r Newell and. Miss Chivers, Mr. St. Clair and Miss Chivers, and Mr F. JJones ahd Mliss R. Drohan. The fiial resulted in a dasd heat between MIr Jones and Mr Newell, and the grand final in a win .for Mr Newell and dies Uhivers. The two couples ' lef:'"i ::the final'were so evenly matehed that the judges had a hard task.ih selecting the winner, but their decision met with: general ap proval. The: prizes: were pr...
Whittlesea Show. DAIRY TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Whittlesea Show. DAIRY TESTS. In the dairy section at the Whittlesea show, the following table showed the com mercial value of a day's butter, calculating butter-fat at 2s per lb, and skim milk at 3d per gallon: Value of Butter-fat. Milk, Total. Escape" ... 56"4 15.94 72-34 Princess ... 55"92 14"38 ,70"20 Thana .. 53 52 15'53 69"05 Silvermine ... 49"6+ 11'82 61"50 Nancy ... 45"84 17"35 63"19 Geranium ... 39"6 16"45 56"05
CHEMICAL REPORT ON SAMPLES OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
OHEMICAL REPORT ON BAMPLES OF MILK.. B.F. Owner and Name of Cow. .Evening. Nlorning. Total Compo ini day : Lbe. Test; Lis. Test. Milk; site. 'hs. WL, and G. Fina's Escape .... 27 ..4A6 281' 39 556 424 2'35 G Sutherlanrl's Princess ... . 24 4'4 26 4.'.-9 50 4"866- 2"33 W. and G. Finn's Thana ... . 254 3"7 281 4.5 54 .4."12 2"28 W. and (1. Finn's Silvermine 16th 20 51-. 214. 4r9 :411 5"00 " 2-07 C. W. Andrew's Nancy .. ... 30 3 0 291 3'4 150 3-20 1'91 L. McFarlnno's Goranium ... 26 33 301 206 1561 2"92 1"(15 H. Luxton's Art of Springhurst .. 22 36 25 3"2 4741 3'39 1151 H. Luxton'e Lily of Forntree Vale 184 4'2 20 3.3 38.4 3"73 1"14 H. Luxton'a Lady Monda.... 12 566 134 5"5 254 5155 1'41 11. Luxton's Cloudy of Somerville 115. 5"0 16B) 3 7 32 4"32 1'38 H. Luxton's Audrey of Somervillo 12 4'6 106 4'8 281 4'72 1"3i Mras Bray's Pansy ... 14 4"2- 21 3'2 35 3'60 ' 1"26
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 24. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
I thait andd- hittltegra ftirt . duferti er " AND liamond xret ?aliftg duocate Publi..he . . .very .F-idy.. A.fter .-on SHURSTBRIDOE, NOVEMBER 24. Local' and':G-eneraI.-. Repdrts'of the Hurstbridge Girls' Club social, -dairy cow tests, -tennis, Mernda and,~Wallan East ,notes ap pear -on page4. Tenders are.ipyited by the Eltham Shire Council .for-road work, bridge building, and.fencing.,. " Mr Albert: A. Haynes will hold his fortnightly. . Greensborough market on Monday next. The Me'id.a football club will hold a ball:: on.-Friday, December 8, at which trophies will "be presented. Ten ie.,: ,..eqalled ..or the publi can's booth. i;- otherp rivileges at the diggers'.e:ports.at Hurstbridge. The Kaing-o~i Ground Presbyte riaurChnlirb anniversary will be held on -Sunday n?ix? . :. Tenders ar? called. for alterations and additiofas.t:othe Greensborough and Reseatrif schools, Chrietmasrgsaeitsa books and toys are now 6 i si~le' at ity prices at McMahda's ,Elthar : stationery and fancy good...
Mernda. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
M r ida. The Hayfi2ld Bible class held an enjoyable concert recently in. the Mernda Mechanics' hall, which was very well attended. A few interesl ing remarks were made by the Rev. Mr Raff and Mr E. W. Smith (lead er and vice-leader). The following programme, was gone through : Overture, Miss Junor and Mr Sharp; song, "Hame o' mine," Mr Jas. Hill; song, "My ain folk," Miss Ella Rid dell; recitation, "His smile," Miss Moverley; song, Miss Edith Smith; comedian (in Scottish song and story) Mr . Arthur Douglas;- duet, •"The Crookit Bowle," .Miss Riddell and Mr Hill ; song, Miss Smith; recita tion, "Song of the wind," Miss Mov erley; song, "Down the Bourn," Miss Riddell; comedian, "The Hielan' railway porter," Mr Douglas. The thanks of the class are due to Miss Edith Smith for her services in a number of songs, and to Miss Ruth Smith' for playing 17 accompani ments in good style. One of the most successful concerts held in the hall terminated with the singing of Auld Lang Syne and the Na...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Tennis. Kangaroo Ground played Wattle Glen last Saturday at Kangaroo Ground and defeated the visitors by three games. Both teams gained four sets. Kangaroo Ground scored 60 games to their opponents' 57. The Hurstbridge club started their handicap tournament last Saturday. Misses L. Downey and M. Buck (scr) defeated Misses C. Verso and R. Thompson (owe a 15) 9-6, and Mr E. Chamberlain and Mrs Dunk (owe 1 15) won 9-6 against Mr C.'Dunk and Miss C. Verso (scr). The men's doubles were postponed till to-mor row. Draw for to-morrow.-2 p.m.: T. Cooke and Miss Buck (owe 30 1) v. C. Collard and Miss Buck (owe a 15); at 3: C. Harris and Miss R. Thompson (owe 151) v. H. Bertrand and Miss L. Downey (owe 15) ; at 4: E. Chamberlain and B. Smith (owe 3 15) v. C. Dunk and C. Collard (ser); at 5: Misses L. Buck and E. Everitt (owe 2 15) v. Mrs Dank and Miss W. Moore (owe ½ 15); at 6: T. Cooke and C. Harris (owe 50) v. H. Bertrand and H. Sinclair (owe 15).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Pianos ... PTANOS AsND ORGANS Tuned :and, itepairedt in a, v' part. f .this-diattict:. DRO.P .ME A LINE. UnCAL ADDREPS.- F.U A. Or'EId, Upper: Diamond Creek p.o H.urstbridge to Kinglake Motor Service. J. D. CHALMERS M OTOR WAGCON leaves Hurstbridge .Y .Station three days weekly for Kinglake--MONISAYS, WVEI)NESDAYS and FRIDAYS-at 9.30 a.m., nmeetingthe first train frcm the City. Leaves Kiuglake at 4.30 p.m., and meets the 6 p.m train from Hurstbridge. SINGLE FARES, 4s. PARCELS CARRIED. Special carting doneby arrangement. Cures colds, stopsi coughs, clears the head and and hrroat and makes breathini easy 'First dose brings r, vi V Ideal for adults and chil. dren. Ohain -Ilocal!y or flom Perrin, ý~ Rx HILT. btlll1"? ''.,h.i,./A frL. U ,E.O.O.F. Loyal Caledonia Lodge, No. 5716, Iurstbridge. rhe, Largest. and ;Richest Friendly Society, in Victoria. GENEFITS to be derived by joining: Doctor and Medicine immediately on joining. Sick Pay at 20s per. week for 26 weeks. at 13s 4d ., ,,~ 2od 2...
Council Bye-Election. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Counciil .Bye-l'ection. An election was held in the Greens borough riding of the- Heidelberg shire .yesterday to fill the vacancy caused hy" the resignation' of ex-Ci. Price, and Mr. W A Santon was elected. The pollin' was as follows -- " . Haynes -Sanoiri Greensborough .... 125 182 Diamond (.,reek ., I .. Grace Park ... 13 8 'lanck s Corner ... 15 41. Postal Votes ... 48- 17 31'4 4.1~ Mr. Santon, who had a mnajority of iop, in returning thanks, said he .,'as glad to thank them for, winning the. election, but it was those behind him who had done it.'- He "had F:a good committee; and they worked strenu ously. It was a, clean contest, .and there were no personalities. ' M r. . aynes .congratulated Mr. Santori:o6ntiis iwin. Althoiuig he had wished for -succcss .'he had not beeh able to put the time inio the conitest as his opponent. Mi.: Santon wouldf have nine-months trial, and he (Mr liaynes)? hoped to .see. something doing then. He proposed a" vote .of thanks to 'the I returning off...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
'TIHE HON. :S. M. BRUCE M.C. (Treasurer of the Commonwealth) THE NATIONALIST CANDIDATE Will Address the Electors at the - Recreation Hall, HEIDELBERG' WEDNESDAY EVENING, 29th November, At 8 :pm.. • Arthur's Creek * ,U11 -A Concert and :Dance IN aid of the Austin Hospital, will he held in donnectir,n. with the ,Arthur's Creek and Strathewen Branch oi-the Re4 Cross Society on' SATURDIAY,DECEM BER 2 Mernda Football Club., TW ILL hold a GRAND BALL- no VV FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922; at Mechanics' Institute, .Mernda. Presrin.ttion of Trophiies won by Players daring season Good Music .~plendid Floor Refreshments TICKETS, 5/-; Ladies Free J. 'aHITTrN, Treasurer :W; SULLWrAi, Hon Seo Tenders. DIGGERS' SPORTS MEETING, HURST 'BRIDGE, BOXING DAY, DECR. 26, -22 .tEPARATE Tenders are invited for the S . following privileges :-. 1. Publican a Booth - 2. Afteration Tea and Refreshmentsi : 3Fruit, - Soft; D)rinks, Ice Creamn: and Tenders;:returnable t .:the ??Hon. Seore tary. .DC)cMBE 11, 192,: and : ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
The Whittlesea Tea Rooms 'llRS. H. RICHARDSON, Proprietress .. i:" (Opposite Royal Mail Hotel WALNUT ?'fIEET.) L NCES ..Provided as all Times- Hot Pies, Fruit and Choice Confectiorary, TOBACCO. AnD CIGARl TT.. . :o: Dining Room Open-Three-Course Dinner. S'?OK1E D MEATS A SPECIALITY. HOT WATER PROVIDED. _ COOL DRINKS & ICE CREAM. Now is the time to Consider what you will give for Christmas. º AKE up your mind what you "ill give in the way L¥. of presents. "Look round and see what values are oiffering, and buy where you get the best merchandise for the-least comparative cost, and we are confident that you will ultimately shop at Ladner's-where you will find better values, newer goods and courteous service. We We invite suggest a few articles that make acceptable presents. For' Ladies' Wristlet Watches, Armlets, .trings of Pearls, Your ilspetion. Brush and Mirror Sets in.Silver add E. P. Ware, Etc. For 'Men's Sleeve Links. Signet of our Rings, Luminous Wristllet Watches. Watch ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
THE Post Office Store. AS fullGsdt s of Grodery, -ronmongery, Srockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. We specialise in suits .to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited. (LATE OF A.LF.) HURSTERIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RhiOT OPP08ITE 8TATION. H U RSTB R RIDG E. A. . AMBLBR. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. C?RiC KE T .dIA TI I RI L At your Service for Mntoln Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 SUPPLIED csmplete-BATs, B.?a, laO GUARDS. STUrPS, (GLOv?s, M?ATTInos, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades ew andles LADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. H ew H andndlin repaired, re-titted and re-strumg. *RI0WET BALLS reaovered equal to now. Best value of all Sportinig Coods guarantsod. A trial will Ooroiince you 889-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT SYIMADI IN AUsTRALIA BY AUSTRALIANS .28 Yars Experieuce, Phone 144, Northcote Factory, Northcote. City address : C...
A Member's Movements. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
A Member's Movements. Daring a speech at the Whittlesea dhow it was inferred that a member of Parliament had nothing to do, and we asked Mr Everard, . M.L.A., if that were correct. .He replied by giving us a peep at his diary, which showed his movements, for nine days :-Friday, November 3, 11 a.m., attended State House; 3 p.m., open ed a bazaar at Seville, and attended a meeting of fruitgrowerb. ?a?tur day, the 4th, opened a, renovated school at Steel's Creek and presided at the concert.. Sunday, 5th, return ed home. Monday, 6th, deputation work at public offices and railway de-. partment. Tuesday, 7th, holiday. "Wednesday, 8th, 10 a.m., by special request attended seedsmen's and nur-. serymen's conference and addressed the meeting; l:p.mi,, dined with dele gates' of the'Roads Asaociatioi- of ~Astralasia, the Governor being pre aent:: oeplied to toast of Parlim'ent ; 2-.30, attedded sitting- of House :till 10. Thursday, 9th, h,11 a.m., attend ed House till 6 ;7 to 8.30, attended Lor...
Hurstbridge v. Panton Hill. Panto[?] Hill—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
lurstthriige v. Panturb Hill. .Panson Hill--lat Innings. Motchall, c Mills, b Verso . 2 H. Crackuell, b Wilson ... 8 Plbnketi, b .lilne ... 18 mitih, c W. Sinclair .. 3 Williams, b V.rrso ., . 2 J. Howard, b Verso ... 7 L;-Howard; bi Sinclair .. G H-oward, b Verso . . O'Day,.b Ycrso . . ... : S. iCracknell, not ut ...- ..14 F. HoWarid, runqut, .. . .. 0 Sundries 2... ..: 2 .Bowling.-A. Virso, 6 for=l =Wilson, I for 18 J. Sinclair,! for 13;. W. Sinclair, o for f ;'" MilneVI'four - : ' .?'urastbrdgee --lt Inning. biA ihuti . L''Howrard` ... 2 .:'. iigclair,:ruh oat ." . 13 Wi.lon. b I. HIoward 53 "A. J. Vero, c 8. Cracknell. b L. Hward 23 Mills; c Ii Cradknell, b 3otchall. ... 21 A. Verso,c O'Day, bL; Howard 4 ,Atkins, bMotchall . 4 Miltne, at Williams, b Moteball' 0 'Barbor; b H. Cra' ell' ... ... 0 Cox, not oat ".. .." 2 Sundries ... 6 160 . Bowling.-Motbi!all. 4 for 28; H. Crack. nell, I for 0.,; L. Hward, 4 for 34; -Plun k D for 36 ; Smith, 0 for .2 ; G:. Howard, 0or r10. -.s .Pan...
NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Queenstown v. Arthur's-Creek. 1st Innings, 52. 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
NoR] H '3RDIMING co11 ETrIr'ION. -. :- ý,Q eaenstowu'. Artbir's reek2 . s le Intidts, 62. ,2ud Ioings. Mariintt. 'Sutherland, b Watts .. 12 L. )'tBrien, I Watts .. 1: HRealey, b lKiumie ... ' . I. W. Spicer, .bWatt .. "Lucktuin , b Green . ... 17 J. Wtiuler, c :parks, b Wtt . 1 Birt, b tGr.o, .. 4 . 3'. Spicer, not-out ... :.. 24 Dugdale, run out, ..: -.. -3 K: O'Brien; c cpsrks, Harrap .. . I a. Muller, b Harrup ... .. o -': bundries :... ... o69 Bowlinr -R. Watts, 4_or. 10 ; R. M'Kim aFie, I for 16 H"I -Green, 2 for. 2?;., EC. -arrup, 2 for 2.; W. Sutherland, 0 for 6; A.Hioward. 0 for.b. Arthur's- Creek--ist Innings, 73. 2nd Innings. W. Laidlay, uqt out 8. ... 48 ER: MKimmie, a Marriott, b W, Spicer 36 gutbheriarld, b E.1?iccar 4 B?-aSrd, b--S .Bpl' -... 1_ *reen, not out .'. .." 32 Sudries . ... 8 - .-. Declared elosed; wickets for 144 .Bowdi .-jta; lpicer 1fr 18 ;W Spicer, 2 tfor ~ L.;.ieley, .0.fr5:.L..-O'Brien. for 25; ? ci'~ikn, " foir 1; Dugdale, 0 for 3. Ar3thir' Crrek won ...
Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Heidelberg Shire Council. The monthly meeting was held at Heidelberg on Tuesday evening. CR. PRICE'B RESIGNATION. A letter was received from A. Price, Greensborough, resigning his' seat as a councillor as from October 31 last.-The resignation was accep ted by the Legislativo Committee with. regret. Cr. Ball said he was glad the com mittee had expressed their regret, and he moved that after eleven years' service, whom all recognined as that of a big, generous-hearted man, the council places on recorA its appreciation of ez-Cr. Pnce's ser vices, and that a letter be forrwarded to him, under the ceal of the coun oil, setting forth hio oplendid ucr vices as a councillor. He had filled the.office of predident with great suo oess, and was entbusiastic in every thing for the benefit of the abire, and whatever he did he thought he was doing the best. Cr. Ball said he had fine services, and- there wasgeneral regret that he had left them. , The motion .w_ aseconded ijCr. Leach, aupported. by ...
Eltham v. Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
S;-'ilham v. Greenseorooagh. - T l~hbis o match was continued on Saturday. 44j . po~ition at the opening of the g;me S(ai Greenborough '112, and Elibham 3 .,eketC for 271 The not oat men (Barcball. :,and` Watson)- carried the scorE to-65, when: Birchall wa . bowled. He bad made -4, playing ecellent cricket. The wickets fell rapidly, and, 'with S wickets down for 1IS,. Greeuiiorou2i" bafd ,a good chince of pulling .the gampe off ; but the tail wigged .nobly, ,and the. 9th wick.t. fell at 132. The- list wiikit 'put on 37 riuns, vhen D M'Coll was. r'o out, the -partnership 'lasting nearly an :'hoar. .'..Watson's- 41 -was a. splended.per iormaQce, a. he..hatted attractively and played " a' chapeeless ininings.. lo, their. second knock ireenslboriough hit up 37. for . -wo.wliekets, Ri lorcric btgi'ýn- twoa~del-i lent wickei' fotr 44 runs} :The scores were. 4 rectPiboroug' let innings 112 a : -;, ?:" d Iofuii.a Franklin, not rnt:, . " .,;. 25. Burgess, c ii? M'oll,.b Morrit ... Q 3. Purce...
Kinglake Memorial Church "Like a mighty army Moves the church of God." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Kinglake Memorial Church " Like a mighty army Moves the church of God." But here, along the forest road, marching with its Captain and Corn mander-in-Chief, camp a. tiny detatch ment of that army-for all its youth , and hope, more ancient than the .an cient: trees that stood like giants on 'guaid-as'it passed by'the little brown church imn:he clearing that looks down on hill and plain' to the sea in the iblhue distadce. This was the chuich, and these the recruits, both alike to be -dedicated this" day to the service of God. 'From early morning they had. been wending -their way up to the place of assembly, on thec test of -the range for their confirmation. It was a beau tiful green way, and a fair place. they cattle to, so far above the world they. might well feel nearer to God Pass ing through the glittering gates;: them selves.a memorial. gift.of--lovr, at thq door of the church' they halted,1 and the petition was ,rad;?that, the chirch be. dedicated. The Archbishop cop sen'ting, t...
Kangaroo Ground v. Wattle Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Kiangaroo Ground v. Wattl&.Gl ~ . The abo'e teams met at Kangaroo? Ground on Saturday. when the-local' players .won by. 60, games t, ST.. Afternoon. tea was. supplied by the ladies of the local club. The after. noon was perfect for play. The folL lowing are the scores :- . A. Jones and J. Twyford lost to 'F. Storie.nd L. Bartlett, 10 .12. MesdamesBird anid Qualtrough. de fdated Misses U. Beli nid: G. J Biur shier, 8-7. Mrs Bird and A. Jones defeated Miss Bourcbier and F. Stonei 8-7. Messrs Bird and L. Jones lost to F. and J. Cock-roft, ~-8. Misses Bliss and Twvford lost to Misses Everitt and Gosling, 4-8. Miss Qualtrobgh and J. Twyford defeated ,liss Bell and L. Bartlett, 8-a. Miss Bliss and Mr Bird defeated Miss Everitt and Mir Cooli6ft,: &.-7. Miss Twyford andL. Jofies lost to Miss Gosling aiid F. Cockroft,; 5--8. Kangaroo Ground, 4 sets. 60 games. Wattle Glen, 4 sets 57 -games The 'Wattle Glen.Tennis Club in vites entries for a district handicap tonrnament,. reser...
Correspondence. FENCING PARKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Correspondence. FENCING PARKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER Sir,-An able correspondent some time ago referred to our' beautiful park at Eltham, which is to be spoilt by a' barbed wire entanglement. All parks arounid Melbourne at the pre sent time are being' rid of unsightly fences;.and here we have with us the same old Noah's ark; style.. It is a pity a few representatives of the calibre of Cr.- John White, of Greens borough, were not here as far as parks are concerned; we would then have something different. At the present time, by all appearances, when you arrive at the park from the train you will find an extra half mile: to walk from the bridge to enter a gate, which is only placed there for the convenience of the Melbourne people. -It is to be hoped our repre sentatives will give the public a fair deal, 'otherwise we must fall back on the Parks and Gar'dens Committee to take a -hand and ieake it a park, not a bull paddock, as it is at present. Yours, &c., R. .PARK.
Cricket. Epping v. Erratics. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Cricket. . pping . Erratics. . The local team met an elevij from the city on'the Epping"ground on Saturday last, and were defeated by 4 runs. 'Epping :.hatted,frst. Scores; Epping. . ;Dea,bD t . . ... ... 1 , :Wifliams, c and M'Keosie '. . 11 .AD Va~~ coe," "M'Kensie .. ... 2 : . Vareoe.1 b w; b Date . 2 Callaghan, b Date ... .... 6 ihal.lrd, b MKeuoiie 2 'J.' Dea, b Torke . ... 18 .Bose, b M'Keozie .. ... 1 S.Gilbert, lb w, h Lovel ... ... 0 ..C-nroy, b.Loell ... . 8 "X .Dea,'b M'Kensle ... 0... e'b'l, noot out . 0 S Sundries ... ... 65. SBowliuo.-M'Kenzie. 6 for 11; Date, 3 for 22 ; Lovell, 2 for 16 , Trke, 1 for 7. S. Erratis,. -' Lovell, b J. Varcoe .. ... 12 SNewman, run ont ... ... Dakin. c and b Williami ... .. 2 '-M'Ken'ie, at, b Williamn' ... 1 Lnrkliog, b Williams ... ... . Dawson, b Williams ... O Turwell, b Callghan ... ... 10 Learb-t.?Dea ... ... 3 W Tarvell, b Varcoe ... ... 3 J. Lackling, b Varcoe ... 0 'IMulholland, bE. Dea ... ... 2 -Trk, nott out ... ' 0 SBowing -W...