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Essendon District Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

Essendon DistrictScottish Society. The February concert of the above society promises to be .one of exceip tional interest. It is the first concert, after the election of office-bearers, and being tile installation of President MacNeilage into office, there is sure to hb a large attendano of visitors from other solieties. Tihe publishing of the names of the following artists is sudi ient toena csurowded hall. Fix tthe ndance of ou.r memleors :-olir s .esysoio iMartin,,. liss ;Elva -?ogers, lliss.·larrr r " C'ometllan honors, Master Roy Woolley (a. pupil of Mr. Ad. Cree's). In adrdi tion, a teamn from the Scottish Regi ment will give one of their clever physi cal drill exhibitions. Such variety anid excellence should provide an excellent entertainment, and should also' guar antee a crowded hall. Fix the da?e on yollr mllemory or in Your diary--Thur.?. day, Feb. 19, in .Masonic Hall, Ascot Vale, at 8 p.m. .t--- <% -c

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. By becoming a MEMBER OF COURT ESSENDON, No. 74.6, Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order.. Lowest Bate of con tributions from Is id per week. Sick Pay' £l per week. Funeral Benefits, £20 anda £15. Partiaulars from members, or W. A. CADWALLADER Sec. 9 Ardoch street. Esendon. BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. A. G. E. SMITH 142 PASCOE VALE RD., MOONEE PONDS. Branch Shop at 33 Mt. Alexander road. Ascot Vale Cdnder the manacement of Mr. Patrick). Repairs in Up-to date Style at Moderate Pries. Hand-sewn Work a Speciality. LATHAM LOCAL BILL POSTER i Flinders Buildings, City. Telephone 3256. Moonee Ponds Telephone. 7l Ascot. J. CHEESE . CORNER MOUNT ALEXANDER ROAD and .TAYLOR STREET. MOONEE PONDS. Prices Lowest, Quality Beet.' Cleanliness and Civility. A TRIAL SOLICITED. ALSO' AT NORTH MELBOURNE. ALFRED STEBBING. DEPTFORD LAUNDRY 17 MARIBYRNONG RD.. ASCOT VALE. (Opposite ,Masonie Hall). Awarded Silver Medal the Victorian ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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Royal Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

Royal Agricultural Society. At the Equitable Buildings, Collins st. the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria held its annual meeting. Th financial statement showed that tile revelue for the year was £19,494 11s 2d. being an ad vance of £?283 , s 6d on thle previops Ycar Tile expenditure (including £4610 5s iu cash prinzes, £7492 15s 3d in-buildlings, mainten ance, etc.) amounted to £19,481 13?, tihe overdraft being reduced from £11,538 15s to.£iI,5i 1is ltd. Taking the expenditure in permanent improvements as assets,. thoeworkidg expenses show a profit on tile Year's transactions ot £7 13s 5d,. ac againsinst last year's record pnrofit of £6281 3e. It was tile most successfunl year since th incei tion of the Society. .Iessrs. H. W. C. Smith and R. J. Oehr were re appointed auditors. Tie eleven vacancies on the council oa the society were filled b essres. R. I. Argyle, W. B. Cummng,. \t. C. Greaves. W. G;. acalister, NI. ?it ehell, A. E. T. Payne, J. . Pearsoon., J. C; Rocklitf, T. ...

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St. Thomas' Church, Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

St. Thomas' Church, Essendon. Harvest Thanksgiving Services and Holy Communion will be held at St. Thomas' Church on Sunday next at 8 and 11 a.m. The preacher will boe Rev. A. B. Tress, C.E.M.S. uifts of fruit, vegetables, etc., are invited for Metro politan Mission in the streets and lanes of Melbourne.

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Essendon Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

Essendon Horticultural Society. Tbhe monthly: meetings and competitions will be resumed on Tuesdlas evening next, at 8 o'clock, in the Pucale street hall. Moo nee Ponds. lMr. W. B. Cave, of South Yarra, will re?td a carefully prepared paper on ferns and their management. Mr. Cave, being an expert authority on this subject, members should not miss the opportunity of lhearing an interesting and instructive aiper and discussion on this popular branch-of, horticulture. It is due, e.s a matter of ncourtesy to the lecturer, who, at some inconvenience to himself, has con sented to come out that there should be a good attendance. All who take an interest in tile subject are cordially Invited to be present. 'Itere is no charge for admission. The monthly competition being the first of a new quarter, it is hoped that exhibitors (old and new) will put up a good display of cut flowers and pot plants. It is request ed that those members of committee who have not sent the secretary a statement of ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

bales of Property. .Mr. E. M1oloney, bloone6 Ponds, re ports the following recent sales of pro. perty by auction and private contract: -Land, PIark street; 60 x 120,'£140; land, -4 x 148, Prk.street, £126 10s: land, McPherson street, 60 x 13.5 £157 10s; D.F. W.B. villa, 5 Addisrua street, £'550; brick cottage, 12 Grace street, £1360; D.F. brick house, 25 Honmr st:, £423; land, 18ft frontage to P1cklle street, £519; W.B: Biou ::villa, 27 Gr;andisio street, £380; land, Bent st., 80 x 120, £80; W.B. Bijou villa, 411 WVordsworth street, £475; W.B. house and 13 acres land at Wandong, £17U; W.B. villa, 52 Primrose street, £360.

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Bulla Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

BJulls Tenders. Tenders will be received by the Bulls Council until B~1 a.nl. onl Mondaj nexe-, 16th inst., at the Mechanics'' Instittit,;' Suinbury, for several contract works, an set out in our advertising column:s. Specifications at shire Ihall, Bulla, and Mlechanics' Institute, Sunbury.

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ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES. A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

E£SE3IDON AND FLEULIGTUN (RURCHiES. S A dECloON. Aaenl Vale Co mregiauontil, 108'(iP'Pa)r* ris =0. W. Drayson Z. U.' Anderoun 14; D; tileiutchinson 10; IH. Waltoan 5 for 28, Lind say 3 for 50,lDavs 1 for 1: J. Walker, lor 31. v.'Ascot Vale Church of Christ, 84 (D. Moncur 10, C. 'Tiompslo 19, J. Davis 11; It. llayes 4 for 29, IL Parris 3 for 16, W.:Dray son I for. 13, E. Worrell I for 10) : ; . Fiemi6-ton and lieusioton Presbyterian, 69 (A McFadyen 23, A, Topham 10; Quayle 5 lorr2L -r. Diob 4 for 20, Kellaway 1 for 17), v North Esseudoun Methodist. 39 and a for b Lt. Wikinuson 25 not out; D. Fenton 9 for 16, To"m 5 foer Z;. AMaribyruOng Presbytersan, 140 (J. Ander oon 310 Streeter 20, WV. I'ae 21, L. James 14, IL. James 12; C. Iyaff 4 for 14. 3tcUan 4 for 33. A. ox 1 for 54,.v. fMoonee Poide Methodist, 55 and 0 for 39 (A. Fox 21 not ou0, T'odd Ib not out, hMcRae 11 Lumb 10; James 5 for 22, Andersou 3 for 18). Kensington Methiodist. W.O., from New market SalatiL."' .. . B. tiEwaOX.' M...

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ASCOT VALE CONGREGATIONAL V. ASCOT VALE CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

ASCOT VALE CONUI1EUATIONAL 1'. ASCOT VALE CHUItUH OF CIIIIST. Tllis mte?l was tartied?oll Saturl:day last Oil tile grountld of the lonner ill the pres enoc of a large number of pecltators. A good game was anticipated, as both tieamls are unbeaten. hut the Chlutrch of Chrit were unlucky in losing the irst matefh of the season throull playitir In unregistered sian. (eorge White. the Ohurcboqf Christ skipler, won tihe toes from Bup RIa"yes aitall lecidrd to It, t:ak-i ing lillbriek with him to ther wichkets. 'ar ria opned the bowling for the Cogoc with a maiden over'to White. liayes bowled ai the other end, and U.illbrick got two 1tifls in tuict?sion to hlle boundary. After this runs came slowly. With tile score at 16. White was out. stumped by Anderson off Parris. 1--2-1t. It was had lurk lfor White to get out in lthe c:oy IIe did. as: AnudertonII was tntailtg ;t, tuhort iolIu, illlt noticing the batsmanl out of his crease, *threw the wicket down. If. Lindsay fol. fowed, hut only . ru...

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SCOTTISH CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ESSENDON V. FOOTSCRAY. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

SCOT*'tlat CttCKE'Cr ASSOCIArTIl. Prior to the openilng of thlis match. whiclh was commenced on tie Esaendon's ground hlst Baturday, it Isleasing ceremony was perlormed. tile president of tihe club. Mr. Allan Mc neilage, being called ulpon by al anonymots donor to present very fine bats to Captain Grimslhaw, antd Bert Lentlic respctively. inn reeognittiot o1 their plLndtlid batting pert ormance ill tile intatclh lgainst Soutih and Portl lclourlle. toae former geutleman tcoring. Ily s 1 lg eroeU and well judged Ily. '10 runsll. ailld tile latter. Mr. lBennlie, y lteady battillg. mlade 3 tnot out. t?is was recogtlise l as At cry merittrt tte ertormtnllle. as tile fielding of tie Sol an orut t?t was extept tiesally keen. Thie recipleIlts briefly thanked tile dolltr. atnd tile players show ed their aplrreciatiotn of that gentlenntn's kindly actilli by aclmalltiltOi. SNICIS. A sulb-coaluittee is much required to at tenl to the removal ol torms, table, etc., after eachi matea. Doont leanv...

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FOOTSCRAY. Scores:— First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

Scor OOTCRAs Firat Innings. Ki la , r out .................. ... Kidd. b Beunie ...... ..... ............... 6 Bradford. c Bailey. b For-ytb ... ..... 10 McDonald. lbw. b Forsyth ............. .1 Kirk. not out ............ .. .. ..........: 2 Crlwford. b Muir ..................... 0. Woods, Thoaus,'b Moir ............... 3 Borthwick. c Bleunie, b Forsytl ... 9 McDonald. jr., b Bennie ............. 0 u etorey o Thlomas, b lursyth ..... .... . 1 undries " 10 72 Bowling:-- Forayth. 4 for 24; Benuic, . for 17; Muir, 2 for 5; Bailey. 0 for lb. ESSESDON. First Innings. . Bennie, not out ...... .......... . .. 65 (ritbblaw, c and b Kirk.................. 50 Uose, b Blradford................. 6 Meikle. o jUolLinloy ..................... C. Vlotelaw, not out .......... . 0 Thndrio e6 Three wickets for 124

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CRICKET RICHMOND V. ESSENDON. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

CRICKET RICHMOND 1'U ESSEMiDO . RIOHMIOND. First Innings ......................... 138 Second Innings. W. l1acroo. c Proud, b Shea ............. 5 A. Dean. c Iuacartney, b Shea n .. 18 A. LaSmpard, not out .................... 1 J. B.. Mackay, c Shea, b Proud ......... 0 J. Gooley. b Proud ... ........... o A. Kelso. run out .................. . .0 L. Stewart. at Ryan. b Proud ............. 1 F. Morgan. c and . Proud .........4.. F. Gllhes, c Russell. b Proud ............ ti. Allan,. b Proud ....................... 14 IR. Scorape, not out ....4.............. Sundries .............................. 10 Nine wickets for 130 (Innings cloned.) llo\ling.-Proud, 6 for 35: Shca,'2 for 53; lIhon. l3 for 13; Binney, 0 for 13. ESSENDON. First Inniongs. i. Proud. c Lanmpard, bI Allan ......... 44 F. ijanna. c Allan, b Mlackay ............ 1 P. Shea. b Macrow ............... . 3 E. P. Kennedy. b lacrow ............... 54 4 Pitman, b Macrow ..................... 13 1. tirilliths, b Uillies .........

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SECOND ELEVENS. ESSENDON V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

SECOIND ELEVENS. I:ESENDON V. IICIIIMOND. This match was coltiunled at Ilicmttintd olf Saturday Essendon weetm to be dog Fed by had luck. This is thu second timte in succession that their p rtonents ]have batted on good wickct;,. wtile Elseti:lho late had to piut t)l with wct and t sticky wickets. .'te rain tit Saturday t ollnlitt C wat heavy elot gh to Illake the wicket alow ndt tricky. The ceoring for a while wu:t, o loe . Llld Ilolr wicket, were idownI for 24 rtun. This lookedi as itf aI ro?-sion wse.c to take place. htil the tfifth wicket ad drd s lulls. Italiitlg thle ecore 5 for 66. Frol theln onl tie ltatslltc ptt tt diti'erent colllplexioll olt tile g.uue.l and it was not lltil 175 ruun were tin the board before the last wicket tell. Tlhis was a very good irlferlumaclce Oil eUelt it wicket. Tritltut watt top scole isith 93, and Coulter 18, Litonl iv, and Cullie It. all ilatted well Iutler try ing cotditiottc. IEsendotll Ila s to follot i ita,? itt lltad ot quite reached Ricl...

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A GRUESOME TRIP. HUMOROUS DISCUSSION OF A GRAVE SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

S A GRUESOMI TRIP. ItUMORIOUS DISCUSSION-OF A' GRAVE t-US JECT.- ', 5l t Ils [Rd eouisslllorssveu se tituxes -fntosi. ceted -lvtatlos to eculidr -functions. -but'.an' bllnial visit to auburlal'ground 'Is one th,-t they evidently -draw 'the' line at, Judging'r by their reluctance on Monday evesning. Tile letter 'was. from the secr .tarr of the new Melbourne Cemetery Trust' at Fawkner. and contained a polite invita tion to tile Mayor and Councillors to fore gather, at this sacred enclosure ton 12th February, recsumably not to attend a fun eral or witness a cremation, but to"t in. spect tile improvements made in the city's necropolis. - Serious as the subiect might ap?ear to ordinary mortals. coullcillonr Iw5lo probhabl do not come sunder that eate goryo treated it In a ligllt-hearted mannaer. Cr. Alexander--1 nove that the gentlemen on the other side of the table (Labor coua cillois);attend. .,Trhey will be able , to wor thily.v relpresent the Council. The gates close at flve.o'cloek,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. KENSINGTON PHYSICAL'CULTURE ' SCHOOL 13.EASTWOOD STREET., (Opp. Newmarket Station.) PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT, WEI1GHT LIFIR'9 (Scientific), and WR1ESTLING. CLASS NIGHTS Male Adults-Monday and Thursday, at 8 o'clock. Iloys-Tnesdays, at 7.30 o'clock. Ladies-Wednesdays, at 7.4b o'clock. Girls (14 years and under)-Saturday alternoons, 3 o'clock. - LADIES' CLASSES START IN MIARCII. Application (limited) now being received. Instructor, GEO. J. LYNCH, Private Address-6 Bayswater street. INSURE WITH THE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED FIRE ACCID N'I MA RIN E EMP'LOYERS' LIABILITY BURGLARY, PLATE-GLASS, MOTOR CAR, LIVE STOCK, LO.S. OF PROFITS, &c. Funds £19,031,200.Revenue £7,139,552 Apply to Local Agents IMPORTANT' NOTICE Kllow bhardware Company JOSEPH KELLOW. Proprietor 20 years Departmental Manager. Chambers & Seymour 74-?and 76 Puckle St.,: Moonee Ponds, Dec. 1913 .About eighteen months ago the KELLOW SHAitDWA 'iRE CO. purchased the business of C. ,J.T Lan;tord; and...

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ESSENDON BAPTISTS V. MOONEE PONDS WEST METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

1.uSENDON BAPTISTS V. 3IOONEE PONDS WEST I ETHODIST. Te ;aborve teat Il comlllriced rit lilte forller's gr urd oln atIStlU?.tItIIc j visitors won tie toss aIlltl s to the wicket. Thie cou?. zitllge 39. the oruy batuut Isma l" i douhlt figures being lhil ottn. ?t ?r Mlets s. I ade 115. uncatn n ??t0 Y5. Robinson. t lnnstirir i were othter who rochaeirt ttwo III thjr seot... d attemlt, the tlatiis , J, r tatnd. and have loSt 4 for .:tllutiold, Sweattlrar itohd liyde i it wickets for the Metis.. and Perks 7 for 35 andr Stewart lfr 'ir bowled withll tihe mlost success for the lhtatists.

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C.Y.M.S. COMPETITION. ESSENDON V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

C.Y.M.S. COMPETITION. ESSENdJON V. SOUTII MELBOURNE. The above watch was played at Middle P'ark lant Saturday. a:nl renulted in. ani ;easy ?in for Essenduli by 9 wickets and 6 'runs. Solluth Molbourlne, i8 ald 19. toitll 100 (Reardon 31, F. 1Hynes 13'. Essendon. , :land 1 wicket tor 35 tWilson 23. Johnstonle 22. ;orlnuun 14. ShUet 12. Perritt 10). IlBowl Ing for Essendon Bromnfleld 6 for 351, Johnston 5 for 24, Reunio 2 for 9. Southi Melbourne: Mitchell 7 for 41. S?Net Saturday Essendonl pla'y Middlelo Park (whlo are undefeated) at Aberfeldle.

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HEALTH COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

* }ILTrf-.COMr t'fllEE) i c:.. Cr. CharlesPattisson wansppointed-cllair. man of the't whlolecounciI,ofor health coin otitteew, ._. Correspondente. -. * Thie secretaryof tile Public lrealtirliord wrote that it was not uecessnrytto send re-rcgistratlons to them *regarding-,prlvnte Iospitals, for alpproitl.--Received: A ratepao:er,.lad+ complained ill ostroali torlms oftlhe offensive and dangeroussols slce caused by the burning of ssewdust by' tie Ascot TimbcrrOompauy.- l'lhis was *re ferred to, inspectore's replorti, - The }health Olicer reported'lfavourblv on tile nreomise ofE.-J, Burns: 68Paradei, ter whichl registration was soughtt as It mater ity hospital.,The premises..wre suitabule. The inspector's' report was received. as to tile lnlumber of breaches of bye-laso, cat tle scizures (the latter inclditng one goat,.. etc: Milk prosecutions for 1no. usingI leauen seals and properly fitting ca e lids were nlu( mentioned.. RIegarding t e comlplninlt' omade ais to tile nuisanclee cause...

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LEGISLATIVE AND FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

LEGIILhATIVE. AND PINANCE:. COMMITTEE. Cr. H. S. Colo' was'appointed' chairman of tihe wholo:council for Legislative antd r'itlance Committee. He mentioned.. that an opinion had been obtained .trouto Mr. Starke, barrister,. ans to. the erection ol Ioar?rtllgs, lld tile one aieady erected yi. tile A. A. Comltally. that thlough tho.eoull cil oulid not safely pull down:-the exist ent hoardingt.they eouid, by proper pt', cecdiogse'ltl l{e Supreme Coirt, obtain it declaraltion that thle -erection: is ulawnul. and obtaitn ait injuection to :restrai filt tiler" breacles of -thle bye-htaw ao to the erection of any atllditional hioardlings. Cr. iihower said tllat, if the coutc;l pulled downt the liourditng. itwould brinti Itaitigs to-a- ori.is, antd compel the'A. A. Cltumptay to undertake, tle. cost of- tatkin theu law proeoedilgs;: Cr. Kinnear: BUt. if we pullted down, th, hoarding. tile council would'bo liable lor atn atieoi for: damages. -: • Cr. Cole: The council should have-,pro ceetled...

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PIGEON HOMING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914

PIGEONI 'HOMING.':?' T'hle Esselndon District Hloming Societly bIeld their second youlng birds' race on Saturday from Mloolort 1t76 miles air-line. lhere was a very strong soutlt. wind blow ing wben tile birds were liberated.' wlich no doubt accounted for only at dozen birds inoming oil the day. The result w?s :as follows:--D. Hlesieton's b c lien. velocity 572 yards Iper minute. 1; J. Ward's I? c rock, velocity 566 yarns. 2; W. Cory's b 6 cock. velocity 562 yards. 3.

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