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THE ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE MOVEMENT. ADDRESS BY THE MAYOR OF ST. KILDA [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

7THE EL8TERNWI0K-SEVERANCE-' MOVEMENT. ADDRESS BY THE MAYOR OF ST. KILDA The Mayor of St. Kilda (Councillor G. Turner) has issued an address to the ratepayera of the borough who desire severance and the formation of a new municipality at Elsternwick, in reply to the arguments which have been used by the severance party. The mayor men tions *that he abstained from discussing the matter at the severance meeting at Elaternwick, preferring to give his views in printed form. He says: Although this is a matter which must necessarily be decided by the ratepayers, I think I would not be doing my duty towards you, not only as mayor of the borough, but as one of your represents. tives in the council, were I to allow you to decide without placing before you the information requisite to enable you to come to a just and proper conclusion on a subject of so much importance to your future welfare. Admitting, for the sake of argument. that the figures supplied by the movers are fairly correct, what...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEB. 21ST. Present:—Crs Carke, (president), Benson, Edsall, Hewood, Martin, McKinley, Woodmason and Robinson. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

MALVERN SHIRE 'COUNCI0 _.- __.TUESDAY, FEul. 21s.'r riEseilt l--rs; Clasrke, (President),. Beiioil: Edsall 1( Heywood, Maritin, McKinley, Woodmason and Robin son. CORRESPONDENCoE. From the manager of the E.S, and A.C. Bank, asking the council to lay down asphalt on the footpaths at. the corner of Glenferrie and Malvern coads opposite their new bank build ing, the directors agreeing to pay their share,-Dealt with in Public Works Committee's report. From the secretary of the Railway Department acknowledging the re 'ceipt of a further communication anent the desirability of providing better accommodation as also increas ing the number of trains on the Oak leigh and Mordialloo lides of railway, and stating that this question would' ireceive due consideration. Or Benson said that he had noticed that since the agitation had been started the department had : placed two or three better.. got up carriages on their line, but he failed to see why they took such trouble . to provide blean' carr...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEB. 20TH. Present:—Crs Bent (Mayor) Burrows, Egan, Huntly, Munro, O'Shea and Walstab. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

BRIGHTGNiTOWN. COUNCI---- - MONDAY, FIB. 20TH; . Present:-Crs Bent(Mayor) Burrows, Egai; Hiintlyjr Munro, O'Shiea -'nd' Walstab. From C. F. Kirkham secretary of the Elsternwick Improvement Com mitte directing the council's attention to the bad state of the drainage from the school reserve at Elsternwick at the junction of New street, and the Point Nepean road.-The surveyor stated that the drain had been cleaned out. From W, Harbison and H. Osborne objecting to contribute towards the the construction or formation of Mar- 1 ion street.-Received. From H. Carr, consenting to pay one half the cost of formation etc., in 2 Marion street.-On the motion of Cr Walstab it was decided that an order A should be made for the work being carried out. From J. G. Harston directing atten tion to the condition of the drain at the corner of Church arid: Male streets. -Left to thiePublio'Works Committee to attend to. From A. J. Smith, Ebdeni street Elsternwick asking the council to let I him have 100 loa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

_ ` :Drapers an Grocers. iK IREý USE } GleBhHun1y R1Toad .- ehre Rail ay Sthti S Elsternwick. OBT. BYERS, In thanking his numerous patrons of Elsternwick t Caidlfieldf Elwood, Bale= clava, St.; Kilda Brighion, etc., etc., for the.favoursaconferred upon -him during the firste Six>Months .he hae s been in Businesis in thli' above- Suburb, begs to inform .themithagh.haas.determined on: Selling the balance of his ...: ...»..Yý:. UMMER S-TOCK . . '.Of. `Drapery,~ ioseierv; Milinery, Gents' iShirtas ,HateiTi es fdi, Gloves et.at Prices whiich are bound to ensure a Speedy, Clearance All Goods marked in Plain Figures. R.: HB, haiing made ad practice of holdiing no sto:ck over until following season, can confidentially state that his *"."'.c{es~efp4Competition Dresslaknmg in all its branches Fit anid Style Guaranteed i. UNDERCLOTHING A SPECIALITY. FOUR W1EEKS SALE - COMMENCING SATURDAY. Address Z > ;, ER. ROBERT gBYERS, Elen Hintly?. Road, Elsternwick. ELS CTE N WI K RAILWAY GROCERY ST...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

GENERAL ITEMS. It is reported that an alliance has been formed between Holland, Bel gium and Germany: . Two acoidents, one of a very se-ri, ous and-the other-of a fatal nature, occourred at the Willianmstown raniges on Saturday afternoon. , Payne, the discoverer: of Yilgarn' goldfields, has found payable gold in three places in the Wongon Hills, 30' miles from New Noroia. The English football team organisd ised to visit Australia .will sail foY N ew Zealand in the steamer Kaikouiro on the 8th March. _ ,; Terrible snowstorms have taken place in various parts of Enigland, aid were- characterised by., exceptional soeverity in the north-west districts.' air Fred. Cowen, who has been ap pointed musical director of the ael bourne Centennibl. Exhibition, will leave England on 21st May next. The Viatorian cricketers weie en tertained at a picnic at Mount Lofty, by the South' Australian Cricketing Association. After conferring' with some Irish ecclesiastics recently, the Pope ex horted them ...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1888. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1888. ...... OURSELVES. WxITS this issue we start .upon the second ,yeai of our. existence as a journal and flatter ourselves' thaitthe promise we made when. we first put, in our pegs thst it wot uid be u'r aim to make the ?',Leader'.a first'.iclass local organ, ihas been" cnriied out, There nre' :thlse, of~'coure' whild im agine that, a local journal is,of no very great importince to ra district, and who are every ready to institute comparisons between a weekly suhurblin paper and the. Metropolitan dailies. Nothing however: is more certain than that a town, borough or district lack ing an effiirient organ is likely to have its claims overlooked and ignored in a scandalous fashion by those in author ity. Our experience shows us that a discerning public are not slow to recog the cfaims to the support of a journal, that finds its congenial and main work in seekinir to promote the welfare, and advance the interests of its own par ticular d...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

'Subscribers who have been yFeceiving.the .l eader'" by ~.Ist fronm.this ffice. are res pectfully requested :in :cousequence of the rapidlly increasing circulation to make ar rangements with local agents for its delivery as by.that means, less delay and greaterfacili ties for the speedy "transit of each week's issue wilt be effected. . The list of newly appointed justices has at last been completed, with the exception of a few persons, who have not yet returned answers to the inquiry whether they would be willing to act. Amongst the number we notice the following names :-R. G. IBenson, Malvern; H. Brown, Mordialloc; E. S. Ed sail, Malvern; J. R. Dickson, Toorak; W. T. MIotfat, Brighton; and W. Woodmason, Malvern; all for the Central Bailiwick. The attention of .the Brighton town council, was at their last ordinary meeting, drawn by Cr Burrows to the state of many of the asphalt footpaths of .the town. Since then nothing comparatively speaking has been-done to remedy the evil. There ...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY MARCH 2nd. Before Messrs. Wilson, Sprigg, Crooke and Moss. VAGRANCY, [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE -COURT. FRIDAY MARCH 2nd. Before Messrs. Wilson, Sprigg, Crooke andl Moss. VAGRANCY, Charles Anderson alias Edwin Aaron, was: charged by Sergeant Ryan, with soliciting: alms in a public place, he having no lawful! visible means of support, 'The evidence adduced showed that accusedalthough of'. a superior education gave away'tg drink and('X; persisted ii s':solicitiug d' morie 'hich• :he": afterwards spent in drink. Accused who. begged hard to be let off this time sayings he would join the Army, was sent to jail for, two months. Thos. Wyreall was charged by Constable' Patterson, with insulting behaviour in Bay Street near the North Brighton station; on the 26th, ulnt. The arresting constable. desposed that' accused was in a beastly cn n-.; dition and asked him to lock him up. tHe. was intoxicated at the time and very insult ing. Fined 20s. or 3 days imprisonment. S DRINK AGAIN. Jos.": Beadle app'yed 'to have his wife' Catherine Beadle bound over to keep the peace; Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

A GooD HouSTcWIFv.-The good -houso wife; when aho is giving her house its spring :renovating, should hear in mind that the clear inmates of her house are more precious tilan uallny houses, andt that their'systems. need cleansing by purifying the blood' ,regulating the stomach and bowels to' prevent and ctro the diseasoes arising from spring inalaria and mitasma, and she mnust know tlhat there is nothing that will do..it so perfeootly and .surely as Dr. Soule's Amorican Ilop 'hitters, the t'irest a~nd"best of medicines. " Concord N, 11. atr?i?"t if'yoa want'Printing Done, give this Omioo a trial. , NERVOUS M, MEN, young and old, married or single, suffering from Nervous Debility, Promature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs, may obtain, free, a valuable treatise by an eminent Surgeon, containing full informa tion iegarding self-treatment, by app)yin6 by letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydnoey :;

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

CHURCH, SERVICES TO-MORROW. Piesbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. Mr. - 11.and 7._ .?, Elsternwick.--Rev. . J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenhani, 11 and J ; Mentone;-7;"Rev. R. M. Fergos., Church ofEngland-Brighton, 11 and 7, Revs. 8~,Tiildr and W. C. Pritchard. Caulffeld?..Rev. H. B. BIacartney, 11 and 7 Armadalep tev. F. Webb. Elsterowick, Rev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev. 0. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, 1ev. T. H. Rust. Congregational, Brighton, Rev. J, Richard 11 and:7.:.w:: Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7. Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, Revs. J. Watsford" and ? 1 B. Smith. Pri?itivoe Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. J. Beck, 11, 7. North Biighton, Mr. J. Hughes 11,, and Rev, H. Richardson, 7. South Brighton, Rev. H. Richardson, 11, Mr. R..Lemon 7. East' Brighton, Mr. J. Green 8 and 7. Baptist Ohurch--Brighton,Rev. S. Howard, 11 and 7. " Christianilhapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Choltnbarm, Mr. Goodacre, 7. Union Church-Oaullield, Rev. J. Gregson 11 and 7... Uniop 'C...

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BRIGHTON VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

BRIGHTON VOLUNTEER FIRE, BRIGADE. The members of the Brighton Volun teer Fire Brigade h-ld their annual con cert and ball last night in the Drill room, Brighton, under most distinguishhed pat. ronage as well as the support and presence of the general public and a number of vis itors from other brigades. The Prahran Dramatic Club played the Grand) Military Drama by Dion Boicicault, entitled Jessio Brown, or the R dief of Lucknow, for the Benefit of the Brighton, FireBrigade. The following was the cast ofcharacters Gener .1 Havelock, Mr Warren Nana bahib, (Rajah of Bithoor,) Mr .. McFarlane ; Aohnet, (his Vakeel,) Mr G. Strain ; Haokeon and Mahook, (Sepoy Traitors,) Mr Payne and Mr Sherwood;. Randal Macgregor and Geordie Macgregor, (78th Highlanders,) Mr Goo. Orr, and Mr O. W. Meade ; Rev. David Blounc, (Chaplain of 78th Highlandera,) Mr J. MoOloy; Sweenio and Cassidy, 32nd Regiments,) Mr H. Keys and Mr T. McDonald ; Jessie Brown, Miss Gerald; Mrs Campbell, (Widow of an Officer,) Miss...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

.ABSTRACT OF, AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. Messrs. E. J. Dixon & Son, at Dandenong Road, a grand mansion, etc., also 28' Villlry sites, facing Wattle-tree and other roads.' Mr:. E King, at Caulfield, blocks of first class land, known as Kambrook Park.. i:, SMr. F. L. Flint, at Armadale, 18 building sites, formerly Union Street Reserve. NEXT TUESDAY, Messrs. Munro and Baillieu, at Armadale and Malvern. blocks of land having first clas situations.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT OPUS." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of' Clifton Hill Ladies' College), ,JFor e er?e ;lyears ,teachr under * Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMOND,EsQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, .iMissE D.)&I(IK and-MOON[. E .elcidentGoverness: MISS A. E. COX. ,TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils: English' (as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): .English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting . Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad vanced), E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

Nervito. Relieves Toothace instantly, and preveonts its recurrence by 'forming a Substantial Stopping.' It is fai superior to an oth'er prp P aration for Toothache. Sole Makors ' .J.: H. NIIS.ANN & Co.,; . : OHEMISTS, AND DENTIBTS. ' Ohu?roh Street, Middle 'rightbh: : .:N.s.,-Artiioital'. Teeth and i all . ther Dental work performed at all houirs. WORKING i~MEN.--ofore you begin your heavy spring.work'aftor a winter of relaxa tiop, your system ineeds 'cleansing' and strengthening to prevent an' attack of Ague, Billions or Spring Fever, or some other Spring sickness that will sqnfit you for a season's work. You will savve time, much sickness and griat expense, if von will use one bottle of Dr. Sonulc's American 'Hop Bitters in your family this: month. Don't wait.;' " Burlington Hawkeye.', YANDELL'S LIVER: TONIC, Will etire"allV diseases of the Liver andStomach.-(Advt,) YANDELL'S EXTRACT of DAPHNE Meizer. eon'with Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla will uroe affections of. the Blood...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

.~~~~~~~~...................... .... .y... ............. ... .... ......_ ........_.__._...._. . .. .. ýlNr"n**_»rýrl: +l f tam r ý ' ý ý, ; ý' + '' _ ( I. + ýe \. f :.-rajrf'1 Wher theyw. can PROCURdE EVERtHN Reurdfoa.Nedet nA~o The favou of your p tfoe e th solicited ý . ' ý ' t SAt ,the CENTRAL STORE,' .89 COLLINS ST` 'EAST, 'the Greatest Realising Sale ever; held ini the Colony is now proceeding. ' £50,000 WORTH' OFSTOCK has to be turned nito money I'I will be wo? th ourii while to gve uts a calladyuwlotb saof!d ;: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I I ",lrod n : i.D ..r The whole of the Goods are m ifirst-class condition, having been purchased-within- the last -six months: .,..... ..... .ý ý.........l''....... ....................................................t 7 2 ·, .. 1Millinery Department. Untrimmed bonnets, fashionable shapes, in all colors, from Gd each; usual selling price, 4/6. Untrimmed hats, in great variety, all the'. leading shapes, will be cleared at Gd, 1/-, and I/6; usual 2/6, 8/6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

'. ":::: Auctions. : . THIS DAY. at Three O'clock, On the Ground, EGEliTON-PARK ESTATE. 'Midway between the ARMIADALE and MALVERN RAILWAY STATIONS. Wattle-tree -" ....... And,other Roads. ~3:Iong looked for Unlocked at last. -' 28 GRAND VILLA SITES. 0O W28 .ith good frontages and depths. 28 E:.j. DIXON & 80 SON have been instructed to SELL' by AUCTION all those 28 GRAND VILLA SITES Facing Wattle-tree and other Roads. The situation is the finest in this favourite locality and will be sold at prices and terms that must in a very short while return hand some profits to the lucky buyers. Title certificate. Plans and full particulars from E. J. Dixon & Sons, auctioneers, 11i Chapel . THIS DAY. On the ground. At Three.O'Clock. UNION STREET RESERVE. UNION STREET RESERVE. ARMADALE, * ARMADALE, ARMADALE. Onlysthree ~iiutes; from the .Armadale Station, and Having Frontages to Main Roads, UNION STBEET And 7: BARKLEY VAVENUE. ;: r' ,t: One of the Few Remaining Paddocks In this W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

Special. Advertisements. A: N o T TE THIS U.,, DAVIDSON, Boot, and Shoe Warehouse, Commercial Roadi South arr: Y Supplies a first-class article at' a. very moderate price. The large increase in his business is the best proof .that he :gives . . satisfaction. - : .? ne trial will prove this, BARKLY'& ?&:PARLIAMENT STREETS` ,...,.. BRIGHTON: ., WM :: · :CLA RK CJONTRACTOR ' For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths,:Yerandahs, Yards, Workshops,, &c., &c. &c. " FENCING, .OOARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. -: ON BSALE :-Metals, Rubble, ', . Screenings, Bricks, &c. Family Grocer,. Tea :Dealer and "tGeneral 'Merchant, .. .ST. :ANDREW ; STREET, BRIGHTON. Fa iliess waited on for Orders. S J. R. BAVINTON, B , TM A K E R POINT NEPEAN' ROAD, .North 'Brighton. SMESSRS. . W. H. HUNT AND SON, HOUSE DECORATORS, BA i,:STR EET, Brighton, Beg :to: draw the attention of, their numerous friends and ... ::.- :patrons to the, .... NEW SANITARY, ..WALL PAP...

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SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

SALES .OF PROPERTIES. Messrs VWalstab and.Son.repoprted that they hield.Idlen of larnd ol' Saturday last at Picnic Podii,'Brighton:.-' "The amount realised , was:, £1;569' 8? . 5d.. . They.i also '-report--having -'sold -allotmentsr in the Orlando Estate,. Brighton; B-ach, on Saturday 4last.' ; Total of sale; £4,420 88 2d. I Messars Gemmell, Tucket and .Co report having held a very ' succeiisful sale on. Saturday last' of land on the Caulfield Bill Eastate, Glen' .Huntly; at the'following saiisfao ory prices i-Frontages to Glen. "untly road, from £3 2s 6d to £4 2s 6d per foot; to Neeriiim riad fTriii £2 10i- t £2 13a do ; to Manchester Grove, £1 17a to £2 do: to Rojeberry. street, £1 19s to0 £2 5S do. Total, £6,563 13s 4d. Messsrs John Vale and Son report hav - ing held one ofthe most Succeasful sales ever held in Oakleigh. There was a very large attendance, . and the coampetition most, keen,, all the lots 'offered selling rapidly ait ' the -inost 'satisfactr??r prices" •Frontages t...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

LAWN TENNIS. ON Thursdaylast a very enjoyable even ing was spent in the New Hall Cheltenham on the occasion of the Lawn Tennis Club's Concert. A select audience assembled and the applause was' very animated throughout the performance being acknowledged as one of the best ever given in the Dis'tliat:f The following ladies' and Gentlemen` took part '- ?esdames Lamb, Smith, and G. Bonney, Misses Lane, Junne ,? Ioylel. Macarthur, Fas r, Abbott, Wing, Rigg, Clayton, and Ray, Messrs W. LamlTj 'Smith, Crowthei, Seekamp, Keekwielk "Fraser, Farqutar, Cla'ton, Williams, Franklyn, sud Fitzgerald. During the~iintevral WV. Lamb Smith, Esq. (The P'resident of the Club) in a very - effective speech. presented the trophies won at the ,recent single handed', championship matches/ as~,r- follows.-j-he ijPresidnts Troplhy for Ladies (A handsohe gold broabb) to Miss,Faser, G. IV. Taylor Esq's Trophy (A tennis racquet) to Mliss C. ,.,:Comport. ThejPresident's;,Trophyffor: Gentlemen (A very valuable set ...

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BRIGHTON (3RD) v. CARLTON ALBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 March 1888

-B RIOR-TON (3RD) V. OARLTON ALBEITS. This match was playe l last Saturday at the Dr;l ground, and ;resulted in'a draw in favor of the locals. Brighton went in first and made 127. Va \ce 39, Ruddle 20, McCay 15, Small 14, Wenbourne 12 were the principal scores for. the Brighton, thl Alberts at chal of time had lost 9 wickets for 81 for 40 behind with one wicket to fall. Ruddle4 fr 29, Small 2 far 19, Vance 2 for 5 bowled best for the Brighton.. 5TANHOPEDV.: ST. ?MARTINS.' The former batreddfirst contributing 83. St. Martins 7"+ for 100 'for the 'former. Hleinecke 34, McLean 25, Blake 10, were most, sue 'ssful,"the ; llt~ Iii" ietf. acoirers beig"` !Locketr".42,. McGurgaiu 31, .anid Raudle 27. Ra'xidl?i t?iled well for the winners, as did Heineck for the loosers. The fieldibg of the local team"'was 'di gradeful,6Mooris being the onlydo'ne w?ho could stop the ball. .;';:' i4' < ;. BRIGIRTON 'V.11RLBOUBNE. ' " A, match, between...these 'olube?.'was played on Saturday. :at .t...

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