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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. 'Church ok Esoland.— Beechwootl 10'30, Ennis 230, Port Maequarie 715, Rev. R. Wilsou. Also ou Dccemraber 2— 1'ort Maoquanio 11 (H.C. and 7-15, Kev. R. Wilson. Wesleyan.— Knnis 11, Port Maequarie 3 and 7-15 (Sunday school aunivcraaryl, Kov. 1). Gil senan; Bollands Plains H, 'I'elcgraph Point 3, Blackmail's Point 7, Rev. S. 11. Macdode; Port Maequarie 11, Ulackman's Point 3, Mr. K.. Woodlands. Also on December 2— ICtmin 11, Blackman'a Point 3, Port Maequarie 7'15, Kev. 8. H. Macdadc; Port Maequarie 11, Mr. J. Bolt wood ; Rawdon Island 3, Mr. J. White ; Iilackma.ii 's i'oint 7, Mr. J. Maloom. P&esb^tf.kian.— Huntingdon I0'30, Wauchope ?2-30, i'ort Maequarie '-IS, Rev. R. Davidson. Also on .December 2— Rollands Plains 10,'tO, Tele graph Poiut 3, Port Mauquaric 715, Rev. R. j)avidson. lite ^ort ^llnrquaric ptkws. ? ♦ ? SATURDAY, NOVEMUER it, 1888.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Regatta. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

THe Xtogattat TO TIIF. EUlTOIl OF THE PORT MACQDARIE KHWS. Sir, — Allow ir.o the privilege of making the Port itacquarie Nttot the medium for doing a small grumble. It appears to me we are muck too complacent and harmonious . wilh cacli other latterly, and that a civil growl is now and again required to prevent its front merging into a state Of chronic Van A'liiuklcism. In last week's issue of tht P. Jlf. New* t notice that iu publishing tire programme of the Hastings River regatta, for January next, the names of the officers only were inscrteiL What have the poor Common ttoinmittoemen don6 that they should Ijo utterly ignored ? Why may their nairi oe not be also llunued ilonn to posterity, on f lie cheap ? I take it, that if it is n'eeessarV, ailii doubtless it is, the public should pay to know wl\o eontpose the coininittc'c, they are certainly entitled to be n\adc acquainted with the whole of thorn. I. suppose it will be conceded tllnt the rank and file of the committee each have ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Our Timber Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Our Timber Industry. The Sydney Mornmg Herald says that a considerable amount of attention lias been given to tho export timber trade within the last twelve- mouths, Ijy those who have thought that the cultivation of the European Market would be the most pructic.il means of reviving the timber-getting and saw milling interests. Mr. Laurie's mission to .Tiurujiu wnii a sample snipment uau us origin in this view of tho case. We have had some account of Mr. Laurio's wanderings, but wr must wait for time to learn whether his eflbrts aro liltely to bo attended liy much success. At the lirst glance the case presents some discouraging features. The fact is that last year we imported timber, rough and dresstd, to the value of £3Cl,00tt, whilst our exports of home-grown timber wero of tho value of £81,000 only. These ligurea show how far under the actual circumstances the local enterprise is from being able to meet tho demands of the local market ; but it also goes to show that there must be...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Mmxioijial Coanoil. 'Wan uslial tortoigliUy 'meeting of £he Pott ilacquarie Mbriicipal Council was held in the Chambers on frjesliay lost, ' when there *were present— -)lie Mayor .'(in the chair), *nd JUdermen HaywafiJ, -iTeuuings, Hibbaird, *Cavanagh, and Guul. The minutes of tho previous tnfeeting trefe Teaa, una couurmea uuh-iio luuiiuii ui x^iutrr tnan Gaul, secondod by Alderman Hibbard. CORBESfONDENCE. I 'the Mayor 'read a private commiiriicatibn 'he had received from M.r. Young, M.P., in 'reference to the Withdrawal of the mileago voto 'for the main road .within the luunici tpality. 'Sir. Young promised to try anil get the motley granted, but had little hopes of being successful. A Anljintlldinaflrtn tldnt*PRRl^d *tJ\ 'f.llf? fiatboUrs 'anil Rivers Department, uwa signed \-y eight land-owners, was then read. The dooument was to the effect :that those -sign- ing it would at no -future time lay any 'claim to the foreshore abutting on to their Iproparties along I^ooloonbung Creek...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Heat Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Our Meat Supply. Lovers of a good beef-steak or a cut from the sirloin will be concerned to hear that the present abundant supply is not likely always to continue. According to statistics recently published, the demand for beef is increasing at a greater rate than the supply. Of course this means that eventually good beef will iwtprmiA in Australia t.llA nvnfiiieivp Invllror if has long been in England. Sheep, the statistician tells us, will remain as cheap and plentiful as ever, but to many the prospect of being restricted to chops and cold mutton will be highly unsatisfactory. Herein, however, will be joy to the vegeta rians. Those who arc fond of insisting that we consume more flesh meat than is good for us, and who discern in a purely vegetable diet the remedy for a long train of physical and moral disorders, may live to receive a more attentive hearing than has been accorded them hitherto. Meanwhile, we may indulge in interesting speculations as to tho change which would come o...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

' Port Macquarie News' j llulJiM ^JujMjIuj loop.: f|HB pWpHtH* 'ctf the &6H fctiquarw ?NOins intends issuing a ?ki^e -Sheet Almahac tor 'the yetft' iS89- prdv»8ea -hi* efforts -ire Moisted by afeSr dAfb.'ftf SjBK'A' tiseiiietits. *The Almafeac, Wliic]rwill«ontiri)il ?a calendar ?EirUilar to that issued in Moore's' publication, 'Will lia-i* a large ^circulation, : and *ill be &stribute8 gratis to sUbseribters, to 'tkfe paper. It Wl 'ba .pririted iti ^e; best style, aricl 'on Very 'strong 'paper;' and fre 'hope Ib make 'it a credit 'to the, district. Independent of tho 'large number | 6f cbpifes !«;(jUirool for circUlMioii tviihi the N-ews, we 'shall issue 100 exit* 'for sale jftivately. It wfl«. thus be Refill H*at the above ?publication will afford feu excj&uut' uiediulii for advertising, as there ^s no jkiubt that every copy of the Almanac will ho ijjrte served $6r reference for the ttte'lVe teSittirtj Advcrti&ehietitsftir^he'aboVe are'ribtv taingj r...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Maize 5s. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Liaise 5s. Our farmers will learn with some degree of satisfaction that maize has now reached 5s per bushel, as will be sneii by our commercial circulars. On Wednesday Mr. W. C. Robin son advised us that prices had advanced to 4s Cd ; on Thursday the maize market took a further rise of 3d per bushel ; and by our latest telegrams— received just before going to press ou Friday — the good news is flashed along that uinizo is 5s per bushel,

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A View of the Future. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

A View of the Future The Prophetic Conference at Exeter Hall, London, was lately transformed into a very chamber of speculative horrors. If we. are to believe the, seers who were present, there will be such wars and revolutions in Europe as shall change 23 kingdoms into 10. On March 5, l$9(i, there is to bo a grand heigira ui iirtpVuv u*iii£; vyui louuiis lu ucu»ou. 1/juiii that time ou the Christians who remain art* to bn massacred by the million, and universal pestilence, famines, and earthquakes arc to devastate, the globe. Finally, on April 11, 1901, Our Lord is to descend again to earth. All (Ins was tinnly agreed on by the con ference, aud published to the unheeding wotld ' ou the authority cf prophet Daniel.' I'aymkst ay Mgmbeuicm Bill ? The Payment of Mi-inhcrs Dill, whiuh was read a first time iu tho Assembly last week, is precisely the same as the liill passed tlnoiigh the Legislative Assembly last seasiou, and which was lost iu the Legislative Council. It contains three c...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Looal and fleaeral News. Mb. Goodcjiap.— We learn from the, papers that the Government havo under consideration a proposal to 'send Mr. Good* chap, late Commissioner for Eailways in' New South Wales, to -Europe and America to report upon the railway system of other countries. He would be absent about two veftrs. anrl h« mid £3000. PArlUment will be consulted on the subject Mr. Goodchap will hare no reason to regret the Iobs of the Oommusionorship of our railways if be is successful in securing the above billet, for, independent of the emolument named, his expenses will no doubt be paid, and he will enjoy himself at the country's expense. It has also to be remembered that this gentle man is now a 'burden.' on. the country to the tune of upwards of £1000 a year, which iih is up rvooiTO tus a xu&mug miuwnuvo. Taking everything into account, our readers will think with us that Sir. Goodchap is a fortunate man, if not a favored one. And what is this gentleman going home for — ass...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

For Ever True. CllAPTElt XV. It must not bo imagined that Nancy had ?caiuiry accepted '-Crawshnw's stateinent con xerning lier uncle as completo and final. She had received a letter from Henry Chaplin, as wo know, giving her -a ratlin/- incoherent acoouut o£ his crime^d iioplorint; her, by cverytTKng slieiield Bacred, to sax1© him from dishonour and open shame ; but when the /!.»* nI..Hn«Ar.e nf tlin lllnU' llAfl WOl'liCU fllf. ill si. Diiai ui«i«^ w* w..« —.w— ? ? — -? . Nancy set about procuring further informa tion from her uncle. She found it vijtv hard in lierown mind to reconcile the thought Q§ Henry Chaplin with so mean and liase,-an act ; and though she could iiotdeuyihe authenticity of his letter, yet she could not crush down -h- strange sus-' picion and doubt that Oawshaw was deceiv ing her somehow in this matter. When the first week of Jier most miserable and comfortless engagement had passed, Nancy wrote to Dr. Urautley. She dwelt but briefly on her present posi tion ; b...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

SUIl'l'lNU INTJSMJVUNC12. PORT MAUQDASIK. MMVAU. November W.— &,(. Wellington, »50 tons, Cantata Taplin, from Sydney. t»«saei.gon- Messrs. Kilts, MoKenzie, Msodie, anA BadAei. Cargo— 20 tons KenenlweftOuuidiK for Port Maequarie and 10 ton. -or tins Bdliuger Elver. NowrniberlJ ? Joseph Gamer, tue, from the Bellinger. Nenmfoer 19.— May Jennings, from Sydney, November 20.— Emily Ann, from Sydney. nuranwr«i.*-fl,B. Wellington, louniiB, i^apiani tVptto, from Sydney. Passengers-Miss Blair; Messrs. Cummins, Moss, Stanley, 2 in the steerage, ? «na 8 for the Namlmcca River. Cargo— IS tout general merchandise for fVtit Macquarie, 10 tons for the Bellinger, and 30 torn far the Narabucca Eiver. November 2r.-*.s. Avon, 128 tons. Captain J. Nicholson, from the Bellinger. November 23.— s.s. WclPmgkm, 150 tonv Capt. B. Tnplin, from Sydney. Stasengers -Miaa Caul, lira, Johnston, Mr. Vortua, and 1 in the steerage. Cargo— 30 tons general merchandise fer Fort Mac -quarie,-and 20 tonj for&am...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

STAR HOTEL, HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. J. M'BONNOUCH, ? PROPRIETOR W* fTllTE tihovo Hostelry is replete with every JL modem convenience. The Bedrooms am spacious, lofty, and woll ventilated. BLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. f&- COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM ^f THE 'WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. (Limited.) CAPITAL £100,000. Registered under the Companies Act, 37 Vic. No. 1 9. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, AND AUCTIONEERS, 158 Sussex-street, Sydney. f \P T VTP ) JOHN TATE I ^AirAGnfC Directors. ?Consignments of GRAIN, FARM PRO DUCE, and LIVE STOCK received, and TOP VALUES GUARANTEED, -oombincd with speedy returns. Auction Sales conducted twice ench weelc iat their rooms, Sussex-streot : every day (ex cept 'Saturday, at Darling Harl.our ; Tuesdays ttiid Fridays nt Corporation Yards ; Wednes days mid Thurs...

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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

?Tert IMncquarie Markets. ' Messrs. \V. A. Fowler & Co. quote— Maize, '4s 3d to 5s ; oats, 4s 3d to 4a 6d 4 barley, 4s to 4a 6d ; wheat, Ss 6d to 6s Od ; onions, 12s to 16b-; oaten hay, old 6a to 0s (id, new 4s to 5s ; lucerne hay, Ca to 9s ; chaff, Cs to 0s 6d ; geese, 7s ?; turkeys, cocks 8s Cd to Us, hens 8s to 10a,- fowls, 3s 3d to 4s; ? ducks,4s-'6d to 6s 6d ; cheese, 2d to 3d s hair, -6d to lOd ; beeswax. 4d toSd ; platypus skins, -3a to -30a; ? bacon, -7dto8d; hams, 9J te *0d; eggs, 8d to -Is: bran, U lOfl to 2s ; butter, lOdta le^fntshoep, 8s 6d to I2s, stores 4s 9d to 0s Od s sheepskins, -3d to Bid ; wattle bark, 40s to 55s, chopped 80s to UOOs ; milch cows, .70s to 145s ; horses, L4 10s to L15.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. '[By Elrotric Tblegiuvh.} Xhonday, The South Coast ana West Camden 'Cooperative Oo. quotes— BeBt dairy butter Is to 4s 44, factory Is 3d to Is 6d ; best hand cured bacon «d to -SJd, machine -curetl 6d to 3ad ; beat hand enrefl %nms 8d to lid, machine-cured 56' to 7JJ: lard, 4 td to 6d.j cheese, lOd to lid, Bocoud 'class Jd to 8d ; unaize, 4sCd to4s7-l ; potatoes, 7s*o 7s 33 ? ggs, Is. Mr. John Bridge quotes— I offered 2335 ? hiJles on i Friday, and the market was extremely -brisk—, heavy weights, 3Jd to 3$d, medium weights, plenti- : ful3d to.fjd, lights easier 3d to 3Jd, dry prime! -3Jd to 3Jd, medium quality, 2Jd ; tallow advanced -50s to 55s a ton. I cleared 148 'cask, prime L27 'lOalto L28, medium L2S te L20 ; maize, .narfcet firm, demand very brisk, prime 4s 7d to 4s 9d ; pigs, fair demand and supply, porkers average 4jd, ; large sizes 2id to 3d ; calves, market firm. Friday. Messrs. G. LitchfieUl ft Co. TinoteB— Maize, 4s 9d to 5s ; pig...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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In Memory of Bro. W. Kendall. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Za Memory of £ro. W. Eoadall. {Written by' rrqnmt for Slav of Hatthujt Loilijr, I.O.O.T., Ennhi.) Kirth, with all its gilded treasure, Caiiuot i-lieiti1 our liciuta to^ay ; -^ All.tlie choicest fields of pluiBUre, ffil Caiiuut lieul it take away Thin Uaik, Kluotny time of sorrow, With iU loneliness of paiu ; ror no*Hinise oi ro-inorrow *~ IJiint's tlmt one dear faee again. Friends ciny meet with one anotlier Kounil the hearlll at Christinas-tide, Hut the manly eon mid brother, Wlio, witli tiuasiiuiiiiug piide, Gave to each a joyous greeting, * In the years too swiftly fled, Kcveniioic shall grace ou r inoetiiig. For he's numb«i'(l with the dead. Drape the lodge-room, liusli the laughter, Let uo careless jest resound ; Keep the merry talk till after, ^ For we weeUoii holy ground j flfc And my bmllwr strive to follow His example, strong uud bold ; Kartlily piido will tliiai serin hollow, 1 ruth alone shall shine as gold. -!o-l the Great, and the Eternal, Calletli men, where'er ttiey r...

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Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, 16th November, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, ICth November. 1888. Gentlemen, — I am directed by the Colonial Secretary to state that your letter of the I4tli instant, applying for police protection for Wau chope, Hastings River, has been referred to tho Acting Inspector General of Police, and that as soon as that officer's report has been obtained, a further communication will be addressed to you. Yours, &c, Ckitciiett Walker.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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General Post Office. Sydney, 20th Novr., 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

General Post Office. Sydney, 20th Novr,, 1868. 8ir,— With reference to my communication of the 25th ultimo, acknowledging the receipt of yours of the 23rd idem, covering a petition from Messrs. D. Lynskey, VV. Morgan, J. Hickey, and other resi' dents of Camden Haven and the Vicinity, for tho establishment of telegraphic communication be tween Laurietou and Camden Haveu Punt Post Offioe 1 and a letter from Mr. G. H. Taylor of DtiniBniuiiin Tulanrl. filing latnwli. iii-dlntf flic npftftaj sity for telephonic communication between Kendall, Camdeu Havtm Punt and Laurieton, I am directed to inform you that it would appear from the reports furnished by the Superintendent of Telegraphs that oven far telephonic communloatlon ttcw lines would have to be constructed, there being Very lew of the poles of the aid disinantletl Port Macquttrid line now standing, and the oost Mould be about £860, added to which would be the expense of taking the line over the river, coat of instruments, and salari...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

o The General Public. ||1M ? | ?'- -r|--- ' ''?,, , ?? ? ? ',„;,??;, , ,,-, !'-?-??' i' |, ' ? -jfc- _ __ „_„„ ___ — : ...._,..._. , :. ? . ; f— — ^^*-— J^^^^ ^MMBML JUL^^^Lfl^H. -^^^Ij^^1HjIIB. ^V^&k^^^-^uHHL. ^^BU^^^i ^^^^J^^^ ^^^L^^^^'^^^B^flpHL. ^^-»!!3^py|I^P ? ? ' ? In tendering his thanks to the public of Port Macquaric and the Hastings District for their Liberal Support in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the Price-list of Goods now on sale at the West Port Macquarie Store. No Low Prices are quoted with the view of misleading' the public — everything advertised is of reliable and sterling: quality. He is now opening* a large assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of the following : — Drapery. Fancy Prints, at 3d p« yard Prints, at 4d, 5d, Cd, 7d, 8d, and lOd per yard Striped Zephyrs, at 4d, Cd, 9d, and Is per yard Fancy Drillettes, 7d, fid, and 9d per yard Fancy Beagle Stripes, Cd, 7(1. and 8d per yard Fancy Plates, 8d, ...

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Department of Public Works. Sydney, 19th November, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Department of Public WorkB, Sydney. 19th November, 1888; Gentlemen,— Referring to your letter of the 3rd! instant, urging that the dredge may be Bent to' operate at miss' Falls, I am directed to iufomv you that the Secretary for Public Works, in- oom pliance with your request, has approved of tlie work referred to beine proceeded with as soonae the' drudging of thecrossiug is completed,. Youm, &c.,- J. Barling. The Dowager Empress Victoria, of German;, has arrived in England, ou a visit to the Queen. Mr. Alfred Miller is 00 the Manning, lecturing: in the interest of freetrade. Hs will no doubt visit Port Macquarie. Captain. Aucel,- of the ketch Star of Peace, liau beeu. murdered by New Guinea* natives, wno, it is saidt, buried their vietim as he waa 'too tough to* eat.' & severe galto Has caused great damage tf9 property in Scotland, Ireland, and the North of England. Many fatalities are reported. The Earl of Devon is dead, aged 81 years, - m

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Cricket. PORT MAC[?] V. PORT MAC[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Cricket. pnnv MArvutAnrn V pnpv «rifmit^»r» rtMf%tD-i- Tm second eleven of tlie above clubs metagain 311 Saturday last, when tbe representatives of the oM club were again victorious, as will be seen by the following scores c — Poet JIawjCtabIe. A. Thorpe, b Walker ... „. ,„ 0 E. Wilson, b Walker ? 0 Dr. Goode, c Nichol, b Gamaok ... 7 A. K. Pouutney, b McCleary ... ... 61 , ? J. K FJyun, b McCieary ... ..v 13 W. Hattersley, c Niohol, bGamack ... 3 F. Martin, b Gamack „. .,, ... 2 C. Lockton, b Walker ? 11 ?J. Cook, b Gamack ... ... ... 13 G. Buthven, not out ... ... ,-. 0 N. Denhaiii, c and b Gamack .„ .,, 1 Sundries ? .... jo Total ... ... ., ? 117 United— 1st innings. N. Davis, b Hattersley ? , „, 10 A. Jennings, run out ... ... ... 0 W. Niehof, c Flynn, b Wilson ? 5 T. D. McCta-ry, run out ... ... u W. Slade, run out ... ... ,.. 4 Q. Gamack, b Thorpe ... ... ... 'J B. Craven, c Hattersley, b Thorpe ... 0 A. Walker, 0 and b Thorpe ... ... 0 B. Bottrell, b Hattersley ... ... 3 J. B...

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