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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Friday, October 23.-lefore Messrs Jas. WYallace, I. Harrison, and F. B. Lithgow, J.'s1'. t 1 Skinltair y' Ropes SILolou. \ .J. 'I. Kinsman was charged *ith having stolen t wo ropes at tarra C1en on Scpteamber 30, the property of thwe Rlalway Ife partlmelt. I e for Costelloc pro serif at. a.. <. ,. i :1 th: facts of the mace. U illit .DeIhti 1. eiigiiedrver, s i. hle was working withIi accused itt the' mine, Kinsman's clain, Steel's Creek. One of the ropes iprodnced were uscd at, the mine. Accused baid .to witness once, "I I won't do to lt1 those ropes l)e seen lying hboutI.A To accused.-I askce you for the L10 you owed Inc, and you is aid you could not pay. I told you I. would go to the police and say there wts stolen property on the mine. I I Peter 2lichlolson ,mincr, Stelos Creek, said he was -Working on the same claiim as accused. H~e rememi bored accused bringing some mach ijcry from the Yarra Glen station to thme minc. which Was tied on to the ...

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

LIL.YALW'OffiR' idUNtdlE (allON~il IA 1M IT'I'NU. ihfonday, Octn1er 20(hth, 1 )11.- Prcs ŽdWO bch Dialy. \I 'Ilpin. Town. .Blair, Hughes. MrI Iautmilton Sin clair (secretiry anhI( engineer).,and Mjr V. Crowley (electrical engineer. intaiilioi' t : 1e I ren'Iw iin 1uji. Streelt, liin gwood. 1rom01 thie L'ost - ullijco to tlhe pole( at the noi!wuy crossing for the put-pouc ef laying a1n1 undlelgrui nd teleidhoneii crble. Rcceived. 1io ],r3 liS 0,11( U.iCV Dlnr muent, stating thnt land at S'ville ,ccquirredt as a site for Iptibhic par post's is lc:li alv 11(1( iiijr miller's rigid, aiin Ciuratir 0f Percea oh Es tates is deaiiing with thii proper~lty. ])etxaatmiielnt canluot inui.ke any ic SeivO Lion In il 11g;Il ilieiests ri feried to lance hImo a' quiredIh and Curator has 1,ostponcd tile for ii fortnigit. in order ta aihord coun Oil no opportliti oh heahliig with the iouatto. 'II lfrelrde I cri red to hav ri clir el hiasvi g inter viewed thie 2u]nister ii toonpl of tomes, whao told hi...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

LAWN TENNIS. The 'innoua meeting of the Vurra Jlunction tn iiis club was held ott \Iondty ccuing. 'Therd wais a, hlage it eiindliint oh u thie C t'iis.asti in clrcst in the procccililgs aIlogIurs ii li fiji th wi elta re oh I he ilinh Jor the tiSuin'g SerIsoIt. 'l'liO to] lowlain oflice's w\e.e ele::tci :-Iri sident., 11r C. M. Yelland; vicc-prJ sidents, Meslrs . Lovcll anti B. Morey; sccirettry and (rassureri M~r A. Loutit; gener-l conmiiittee~ cssis IJ. ravers, C. Maxivehlt h. Foster, viith othesr officers cx oflici0; 'ocitl committi. -Me csdlimes 'rav r-, C. MI. Yll1nd, n a axwell, Meiizics, and Aliss DiJxon; muath conmitt e -c C p tain C. l. Y ellandtl. Vico-captain X. Lounit, Rev. Lovell. 'Ihic clii, hi's decided to top-dr-ss the cor \\j hI saduttist, nut tar, and the conittee of rmiatii'nagemt t was auitlior';.ed to proceth wsitlt the work vilthe all pIs sible lspcd.- T'le memberslii tee wa1s lixed a 10s for gents, is for ldi shi ad I, per weak and 2a Gd per qeurer lor visitor...

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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

YARRA JUNCTION. L;I4st wveek a party of young Iadio. wenlt Ti nickigt b 1'7~r tyLnis F': 1 s,. a though they ore somnewhat reticenit about their (xprciences, a. fcw litLlc incidents have come to light : Of- Ildies there were dlent y, of genltlcmeun ne at oll, Out for a picnic pariy, to visit Brit mania Fall; . , All dninitv, trim, and spotless, a Ied ticre to beholdt Heayv for mun and fro.lic, as off te tirickl they rolled. '[t's nic to tie independc nt, ti do without the boys; TlcSy think they are so important., and iimke such a. dreadful noise. "It feels so awfully jolly,' said onc of thle party gay, "To do just as you want to,' anti no - lbody say you may.1' At Ilst quite exhausted the Falls tlheyqj reach. Open up thlcir baskets. hlavc somc· thing each; "A drink would lic nicc,'! says a thirsty onc, And no sooner said than the thing is done. As a maiden steps cautiously over the rocks, Secures her itrink, and wct~s her socks, Xiid u bile in the witer s'hi! cablly sit-, Ilci breit...

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

OUR LETTER BOX Without .necessarily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent iy and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on c'ndition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as tB guarantee of good faith. bir,-lc the Icters which have, apipearecd iu the columnu of ynur journal conIcerii ing the comnpla ints against the action of the council giving pcrnmission to 21r Read to divert the course of flood waters from their untural course on the Yarra Road, I desire to st:ite that .1 have Ibecni accused of being the Person vhsoforwaordcd them for pub licatiom,. Will you be good enough to ease tlic Iiinds of the accusers on the subject Yonrs. etc., El TOPNI;. (Thic letters published oni' the sub ject were nlot sent in or written by Mr Topping.-Eid.)

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

BOWLS. TIhe Lilydale BZowling Green was Ill.cially opened for the scason on W~ednesda.y afternoon, when a inat~h was also playcd against Ilenlesrille, the result ot which, after a closC and interest in" "amnc was 0,win for the Jilydale team by 65 to 56. JIa the presence of a fair atten dance, the President of the Lily lale club (Mr C. J. 31itchell) bricely expressed his pleasure at baring the Hleaklrilc bowlers down tu play thliein on their openiiig day. He and thie club members a.iways enjoyed a game with the lIe ilesrilleites, who were keen on the game amid cii pible slabiycrs. IIc lmiiped to sea the Lily dale muen retained niainems tiat iii termioon. I ii declarimig the grien open for tlie siasomi, lie expressed tic Ihopi. tlihit it wouldl be a prospcrous yeai flr tihe clmib and eiijoyable for it, iiuembems To theI accounlnniaiemit Cf aiIplmuse, Mrls C. J. litcliell (the 1'resldemt s sife),. nell adt truli bowled the lirst jack, uid the grecn was soon a busy scene ol bowlers. )lf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

ELECTION NOTICES STATE GENERAL ELECTION. EVELYN. YOUR VOTE AuND INTEREST SOLICITED FOR E. A. DUNCAN, THE . : SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATE. STATE GENERAIIL ELECTION. -oo-00- --EVELYN. - W. H. Everard :THIE PROGR-ESSL' LIBElRAL Will Address tile Electors as follows: Yarra Glen, Friday, November 6, Victoria Hall. Lilydale; Friday, November 13 Athenaeum Hall ,Croydon, Saturday, November 14 Mechanics' Hall. , Ringwood. on Monday, 16th Nov. - at 8 p.m. All meetings 8 p.m. Ladies tpecially Invited. To the Electors of Evelyn. Having now addressed the Electors in every centre in the electorate . Mr. GEORGE A. MAXWELL respectfully solicits your VOTE and : I :" . NFLUENCE..o -OOUDN 'EIG00 S CONCL·UDI)I MEEI~~INGS. Ii: Nov .7-Arthur's Ceek at-8p.mn. 9':-: -East Doncaster 11-Debate on Preference to Unionists at Ringwood with Mr A. V. Green. wood at 8 p.m 12--Lecture at Healesville, 8 :13-Hurst Bridge 8 .. 16-Mernda ... 8 _ 17-Coldstream .... 8 18-Warrandyte ... 8 19-Ringwood- ... 8 20-Yarra Glen ......

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WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

WONGA PARK. (From Our Ownl Correspondent.) Splendid rain fell here last Saturday afternoon, whtch was badly needed. A cricket match which was in progress had to be adjourned for the day. The Church of Christ Sunday school anniversary, held on Tues day evening, October 27, was a success. Songs, recitations, and dialogues were gone through by the scholars, who rendered their parts well. Prizes were distri buted to every scholar. The State-school committee met last Thursday evening for the purpose of making arrange ments for purchasing a Union Jack to replace the one which was destroyed by fire some time ago, so that the scholars can carry out the instructions of the department as to saluting the flag every Monday morning.

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SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

SLATEY CREEK. (From Our Own Correspondent) Mr C. Bryant has decided to try his luck at sheep-farming, and has purchased about 700o sheep for a start. It is a wonder that more of our landholders hereabouts do not go in for sheep raising, as they seem to thrive here very well. At the present price of wool and mutton, it ought to be a payable propo sition. Mr Petitt has a eucalyptus dis tillery fixed up, and has given it a trial. When everything is in good running order he hopes to produce a fair amount of oil. He has also had his siding on the Powelltown line put in order, and has the engine drawn up in posi tion for firewood cutting. He hopes soon to have that also in full swing. It is a pleasure these times, when most other industries are at a standstill, to see a local resident with so much enter prise. The surprise party fiefids are on the warpath again. On Fri day night last they invaded a local resident's house to the number of about 40, and just about filled it. However, I am i...

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30TH EPT, 1915 [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. ESTIMATE OF RErEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30TH -EPT, 1915. At the last meeting of the above, the estimates for the several ridings, as prepared by the secretary, were adopted, as follows:- ESTIMATED INCOME. S.W. N.W. E. £ £ £ General Rate at ls d 2745 1735 1240 Arrears General Rate 30 120 20 Separate Rate ... 60 - - Arrears Sep'e Rate... 4 - - Arrears Extra Rate... 8 - - Arrears Inmprov. ,.... 2 - - Interest on Rates .. 17 5 3 Pan Fees ... ... 203 247 - Govt Endowment ... 262 224 314 Dog Reg Fees 85 30 35 Police Court Fines ... 7 7 7 Lilydale Baths ... ... 30 Lilydale Library ...... 15 Hire of Lillydale Hall 70 Pound Fees ... ... 12 12 12 Licenses and Equiv't 64 130 11 Interest, etc, Croyd'n and R'wood Halls.. 69 Wire Netting Repay's 15 ... 55 Sale old Cricket Gr'd ... 230 Miscellaneous Income 30 : 40 30 Country Roads Board 471 385 214 3814 3280 1941 ESTIMATEDI) EXPENDITURI. S.W. N.W. E. il £ £ Debit Bala'ce, 30-9-14 843 973 419 Interest on Loa...

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YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

YARRA GLEN. (1roul Our Own Courrol:ondent.) Master Jack Bath,.while play ing at school on Friday last, had the misfortune to fall and break his wrist in two places. Mr William Cumming, careta ker for the Metropolitan Board of Works, whilst cycling to work on Saturday morning, also came to grief, his fall resulting in a bro ken collar-bone. We are pleased to say both patients are progres sing favorably. The body of a man about 60 years of age, whose name is un known, was found in the Yarra, about a quarter of a mile from the Yarra Glen railway station, on Monday last. At a magisterial inlquiry held on T'lesday morn ing a verdict of foulnd dlowned was recordeld,

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OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

OUR BOYS. Boys from thle nowy and boys from the Mallee, Boys from the Murray and boys from the town; Bronzed and deep-chested. How eager to rally 'Round oldl England's colors, these boys of renown ! From Aust al's long shores the brave boys go a-sailing, While fond hearts beat anxiously, proudly aflame, And never a one of them filled with a quailing For young, swarthy braves who are playing the game. On Europe's dark battlelields, foemen engaging, Old England's young cubs will be gamely at play. While Death in its raging its tll will be waging The boys will be hastening onward "The Day." Boys from the snowy and boys from the Mallee, Boys from the Murray and boys from the town, \ ill spill out their life-blood in many a melee For old England's colors -those boys of renown BY \V. T. (iARGE.

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CONCRETE ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

CONCRETE ON THE FARM. Conierete is tihe com;ing material for :a continually increasing number of farm uses. To-day it is oeing successfilly used oni the dairy anlldt other farms ill thle place of timlber in the construction of lioors, troughs, gutters, tanks, dlitchler.:, ldaus, paths or bitildiig blocks, so that the following authoritative directions mnv he found useful. The ingredlients for maoning concrete are Cemntii, santd aid water. Nothing but the bist rcement should be used, andi it is Ibest iin a line, powdery condtitioni, con taming no lumps, Cement shoulil lii stored in i Iry place, as dampness is an in'jury. The sand used should be clean, sharp atnd not too fine, Jt should be free fromn loiam or ilai', as thecse will tend to dlcstro thlie adlhesive qutlity andtt to re tart the settiting of the cemlent. Clty mixed wscith the sntiil maIny be removedI by washinig. By sharp satnd is imeant thit lthe edges of tilhe grains imust be sharsp and niot roulld or wtorll ot' as is of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

Stone Jars Only. .-Straw Color from Age. PUBE AUD VERY WOLES8OE. _IST__E_______ ESTALE BISHEX OVE~ t35 YEAUS. IV IA N R'S Pure French Grape : **-,,... Stewart's The Original House of 9STEWWART, Edinburgh SFounded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP i "DRK A WhiskyA " DRINK STEWAR=TS " LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS CoMMENCING WITH1 ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE TITERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST .CURRENT. 'LAMlhS ,PR~OMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APAT C LT.N BALGEGFY 'i CO., LTD., TiMELOURNE. nreans that each acre thus omnployod should ireturn, on present prices for polrk in \'ictoria, from £15 to £25. The pigs in Americea .sre finished offl in a nonth with mailize ald lucerne hay, after which they are in prinime condition for the l)acon-curer. There is no doubt thalt with our favourable climatic con litions pig-feeding in this manner can Ie ldevelolped into a big thing. In tho irrigation settlenoents, mo...

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Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society There was ho meeting of the society on 20th October, owing to a lecture in the hall, "On the Wvar," by Pastor Daniels, of the Seventh Day Adventists. On the evening of the 27th the usual ?ocial evening took the form of a I?i.CK v eCoilg,' when tie lead ing parts were taken as follow : -Bride, Mr B. Anderson ; bride groom, Mr C. Nattras; brides maids, Misses M. Morrish and D. Oakley; best man, Mr W. Deaver; groomsman, Mr J. Quirk; parson, Mr G. Gilder; parents of bride, Mr Nutley and Mrs Legg; pa rents of bridegroom, Mr Legg and Miss Jones. Relatives aind friends, to the number of fifty persons, sat down to a wedding breakfast and set out and served in a splendid manner by the ladies' committee, consisting of the Misses Leach, Harper, ..Hare, Cherry, and Mrs Legg as chef. The toasts, rendered with musical Couple," by Mr Gilder; "The Rrirl'm' I'rn r " M1i r , T1..1, -- . " The Parents," Mvr Quirk; " The Society," Mr Collings. Each toas...

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MILK AND SILAGE. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

MILK AND SILAGE. AN INTEIRESTING IE'XPEI'hllIlMENT. A farmer in EnglandII sOIme time ago ialde, the following experilltent:-He had a twenty-six acre paddock of Eng lish rye grass, one-half oft which he male inlto hay, the other into silage·, Twenty cows in full lilk were then taken, and to tenll he fed Ias much-hay aIs they would eat. The other tenll got as much of tile siltge as they wanted. The experiiment was carried out for sme mIlonthsO, and the silage was foulnt to last quite three times as long as.the hay. Durilng tlhe tillme of the experi: mllelnt the silage-fed cattle gave Illmuchi Ilore milk, anid iejpt up1 the qllality better than those fed on hay. Outside piersons were asked to comp-lre the con ditions of thile cattle, and they all gave it il in favour of thile silage-ftnl. They were inl better coniiditioii aind their sltin softer tihan tilhe hay-fed animals. The re.sult, theretfore, was that the silage fedt beasts gave mlore milk, were inl bet ter condition, and were fe...

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Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

L hi irl.~i niutl uUiiiilli ~ cm·I'' : at its lhad recently visited ome clectric works in l Tasmania. There. elec ticilty was produced at onopenny a unit. Warburt'on lad advant~g . of watelr power perhapn.s iunequalled in Lihe Stil(. Waitr Supply for Cei-tral hidhg. Crs 5iackley moved. that the en ,inceil prepare a sciheme for t1fe ntL:,r supply of Yarra Junctionl. 31il grove, and West; Wa.rburtoi. 1iIc said themr was pleityv of water av ailahble, and it was rlquite time tIlhat ,he people had th'e advantaRige of it. -]hIe miotion was seconded by Cr dI'Osvan and carried.

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LUCERNE AND MAIZE IN PORK PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

LUCERNE AND MAIZE IN PORK PRODUCTION. JLuC(brne qnld izel are I' spIilldidl comlbination for cheapovnin?? thypr)lodnll{ tion of pork. At (lrbost?, illn asterrll G i)IpSlan l, \ 'i(.torih, larg( , um bfLers of pig's are fattenedll' i this ml:lIll'r. They' nre run out oil the tllclrlle stillaltd tlat tollpedi of oln m:izc ail pllllllumpkini. The\ ar e ldol if vc\'erl slhullt up to fatteln. Tei usoal method is to throw til' maize cobls out to thIem, landt thetv will do the threshig. 'lumplkinll, su garl brl, oi llnllllgnls Illlhir al exi cel lett addition to the grail. When they are uinedl its (ollnllpllltLOnll is losseneld. Snowy liver 'ar tlllers estimate thalt the cquialcnt til' two balgs of slhellted maizle will, together wilth thie lugori, surtoilc to atle a I'r . \hlicn fed contjoiiily withl ore, or mnor of the other fo(dderu slightl]? l ? w ill b reo q ired. I. th , U'nited ,.tit~es of AmIer~tie the valuIet tof hlueerne for f'tttenhng p)i?. is b~ecomilng generally recognised. Th...

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General Business. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

_enellel_ Bu sisllle-. Cr lMt()\\'.l nitooed that thhe IUlut iof 110) be slpent onl the purchase of land oln lat.y ('reek roadl fro'in Mrs 1 ohnlson.-Catrried. Thlle Elngiteer was instructed ti rel:rt o Iron umakin"g a trlack toi give Mlr ,Iohn0son 1aii outlet at X\ ?ori Yallink. oin the motion of Cr 31e t'" Mackley mtoved. 'r ~1n)l't\'wa se. cotlndedi. ihat draift of agreenIttlCl re Y"i'a',i Junction ere-teltll ic.erl'e le, pr~epared! andl( .?nhlnlited I'or ciun cil'.s collsiderl .iou. the actlc e t'ntient I0 lie pritepared at lthe eXp'lcnslt of the Conullllit te.--tr.I-?L: d. it, was resolvedlt that the Se're t:lry prepare a list showittg l.-lantes and lrirtieulars o1f those who hhd Iewn il the Ilufect i us Ilistascs lIlos pital, i' thie inotion of C'rs Litligow and tilhtir. t'c 3'O\\'an niov\'d that ithe engi nieet r'epolr( tilt the miialking o allv" ill" C rlliLtldges ot the \Varl ulto l lt: td.- ('a ~i'r it. lull 'tr huller ltttived t.ihat tile t'i'twll i. in 1)e1inrtmIiettt he...

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CRICKET. (Scores of matches will be gladly published if sent in early in the week. The Scores of the first day's play should be sent in as a progress report of the game.) LILYDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. WANDIN v. SEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914

CRICKET. (Scores of. matches will be gladly published if sont, in early in the' week. The scores ofT the first dacy's play should be sent; in us a progress report of the game.) L1LYDALE DISTRICT ASSO SOCAl?'lON. W'ANDIN v. SEVILLE. Waondin journcycd to Seville on Saturdays, October 21 alnd 31, and wero beaten on the first, ilnnigs by 21 runs. The Ldies of Scevil!e enterltained the cricketers to after. nooii tena, which was mIuch appro. ciated. The following are the scores : Scrillc.-lst, Jnings. A. LeIhage, b T. Russell ... 0 .(C. L. .ead. b G. lhlssell ... W\. Ilead, c Overton, b T'. Rluss.ll 21 W. D)uck, c IlhayI, b T'. Russell 6 IE. Iled, run out ... 30 A. Baker, nit out .... .14 N. Wallace, b Overton ... 9 C. Wa llhce, b G. Ilusscll ... 1 J. lPayne, c Overton, b GCi-. Russell 2 1H. Stevens, b E. Overt.on . O S"A. Orensha.w, c Overlon, b Russell 3 Sundrics ... 5 Total ...131 Bowling.-G. Russcll 4 for 34. 'P. Russell 3 for 30, E. Overton 2 f o 18. Sevillo Second Innings. 3 for 216...

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