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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

IT HAH NO KQTJAL. * "1 had cramping jinitm ii\'tbe ntomach and noUnng g.vvtj nm cruse," wuvrt Mrs A. •Jones, Mum ro;ul, :Mt. Clear, Vie. * J A ft number of my cusUwior.-i ft wear l»y Cham berlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea "Remedy I thought I would give it a trial and I got re lief after the- Jirst dose; •! think'there is i-f'Urt] to .Ojamhcrlum'si Colic »nd 3)iur]hi>fft Rticcdy forpaiii'i in thentonmeh."

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUAMBATOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

QUAMBATOOK. "Regret has been expressed on all sides at the news of the death of Mr Corriek, hear] of the well kr.own Corriek Family of enter tainers,. . At a meeting of the. Quamba took Racing and Trotting Club on Saturday evening- the secre tary (Mr A. Rogers) stated that, as the V.R,C. disallowed two Trots and a Poriy Race, . the Maiden Trot had, perforce, to be deleted from the programme. The secretary's action was ap proved on the motion of Rev. Father Waldron and Mr.M'Carthy. Mr R. Good, of- Quambatook, notified the Shire" Council at Tuesday's meeting that the price scheduled by Council for troughs wee insufficient. His application metwith approval, as well 51s work done between' O'Donnell's and Shaw's, ,£5. The resolution was carried on the motion of Council lors Coughlan and Ingram.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

W. MORGAN a CO. 860-0 8WA.NST0N-ST, MBWJOOKNB. telephone, 1003. .MniiufiwU-.'.Ts <if Tiinfs, Tarpaulin*. Itiok Covers, Fla&i, 01,0. Also, (til gj tho ubovu <v.n bo iiiid on Hire. Vcr&n tinli and Window Blind.* a Sp*Kfiality. Ei/ipor'-fM'l oi Otn1'**). rinfV, rsrif.'' KCiiWcK'S POUi.TiCF.. 'SCMBECX'S POULTICE CAN CORK ■ TOHKItOULAir.IOINTB;-P018"! DiVlCl) POREb. AB8CE8TCS : IjOir.fl , OAll BUNCl .EB, J A P.. - WHITLOW, SPftA INS, — AND BAD LEGS: All Chutomtfi— 1/fl »nd S/8 -: CUMBKHMND ROAD, PASC015: VALE (NEAR COBUUQ). . FULLERS j'OHHSON Horo is a portable and powerful Engine that will c\it your work in half. Hitch it to your l>ump or your winnower, nnd it will do ail tho work without needing any special attontion. Stand it whero ; you wnnt its without extra plat frnis or fixings of any eorfc, fill it up with petrol, givo it a few turns, and away it goc9. Uso it on your separator, your chum, your grindstone, to work your -Ywashitfg maehitio o...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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WHILE HE WAS SOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

WHILE. UE WAS SOUEIl. Mr. MoT.tviMi attended a christen- I inj; where the hospitality of the yue^o I knew no bound-.* exempt/ tho t»ovorat j capanitics of ih»> yuvnt. ]n tho widbt, | oi tho ccKbratJon Mr". MaeTavish roso.j up and made tho round of tho com pany, bidding each u profound faro* f yd.1. j <4ilufc, Sandy, mon," objected tlo i host, "yo're not i;f>iug yet, r witli tho i wnin' -just begun Y" : l,Na/' said ihc prudent MaoTavish, , "I'm no' £oiu' vet. But I'm biddiu1 •yo guid-niubt white I ken y© a\"

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

LIVE'STOeiC -INSURANCE ALL CLASSES OP STOCK JNST7RKD AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CA1JSK. = i-CALIfJG fJISKS COMMENCINU WITH ATTKMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM AN V CAUSE T1178RE AK'n-'K. ' ' ;!AT.ES LOWUST CCHHENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTJVE AGENTS 'WASTED WHEflE NOT REPRESENTED. • APPLY TO MLGETY & CO., LTD.. MELBOUSNE. HARTLEY No. 2, £0/0/— HAUTLUY No. 2, £(i/(i/-. HARTLEY Ko. 2, £6/6/-. HARTLEY No. 2, £6/6>/-• Uuill throughout" oi English fir;-'*, ijuality pattern fittings. Eutiiu' li'ut. wliool; tillod with Oufcnnio or Yv'yugeol : tyros. Guaranteed fojwthrco yoarb. Lady's AloilcU, £1 extra. HAilTLliY No. 1, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. HA11TLEY No. 1, £10/10/--..: HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. Unit, throughout, of, genuine.: U.S.A. fitting, Eadio coaster I'roo whew], liny ojuko of tyro. Guaranteed-for thi-Qo! years. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £ 12/12/-. - HARTLEY SPECIAL," £12/12/-. ' ■ IARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. . HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE HIRED HAWD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

THE HIRED HAKD. Oil, winter has its jov^i and charms, as 1 remarked before j wo do not iucrl t-ln* alarms, iis Xury or its roar, when by the iiio wo nit ami drowse, and suck an apple's Ktcm; but j I oh, tlio man who milks tho'cows at "» o'clock A. AL I Tho hired. hand loaves his cheerful couch before tlio rosier crows, what wonder Unit he has u grouch as ho puts on his clothes? They're colder uian tho law allows, .with ioo along each hetu; and ho must go and milk tho cows at 5 o'clooi? j A. 131. Down to the arctic barn ho j Kiics, and pi'cks his lrosted pail; and ijo-sy biffs him ou the aio.su with her ioiifj; i'roheu tail; his language would the dead arou.se—each cuss-wonl is a g*.m; j weep lor him who milks the tx>>vs at. o o'clock A. M. Talk not ol hardship or ut aw«, ye who nt cnao ro eiino, till yo havo sat, in sloot ami snow, to milk ih»» hpotwd kinol When olii Kinf; "\Yinter* doth ennmso with ico woik diadem, :.hcd i\ar.v for him who milks ' tho cows at o d'cloo!: A. M....

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

n© invigorating Is amply ve nlflea by capable authorities;

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

| MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Oorrarpondofit)^n ! Tho huge undertaking..irfiicii ia te bring about tho oonvoreion of tho gu from atcam to olocb. nuty IS makmg steady progress. but tho rata of that progiWdS,, nit in tF* ? muf5* '"'I'" 'l"»t the firat lino to b,"b92«w ™do,r <-!"> now ayatom— w)«it boiwoon SandnDffham and Br«uT. •* ^SI"opoBAuf; yi as Pru®ls«l.. Most of tho v!5L f to bo mado at ersea factonos, bufc tho contract' fop tho condensing plant, pumps and power .station acc<55wJCS was coured by »Hol """Tim <*nictur™ for J?™: Jilt tho uvuihmd line3 ivJli ba obtahiodl hero, and mil bo erected by tho dsDart. Abo.t 1000 mm lia™C£ m,u" t <"r Kvrk "a Jiito of the po«or .station at .N en-port, with irhioit mind progress has been mado., Tho budding iviil bo of rtcS, ,ri«, roinfore! ■and *°m tboTcS U<.tuni] pomt of new will bo a dooided ^cquwitiou to tho diatriot. Tho ooal snt ^ wli ^ wh™ , f '• 's.ooniPUKxl that ««Ac1 vr&...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

MamsoB, S ail Miguel ! PKOP. ZJTZX. . COM! HE1CEMTS,! AND STJFPLS HOUSE JfCS~ Brewera, I Azratci VieSssr EBsmfe^aipra. Held Kkikts, j Bakers, ' and RoJncdut-Scl Rcsma. Correspondence Invited ea (Si ; Artldss used In tfca afcsir? trades. No to Address— 204 FL1HDERS STREET, 53ELBOURaE.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER xxx. RAMO SAMEE IS OVERTHROWN. The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

m ' GOLDEN WINGS ;3jr W. Hov7(iI I^olo.) . CHAPTER xxx. aamo sa'ukh is ovj«;ktuuo\v.\. TJio sorpeiit beguiled inu, n»d i did oat. The mind of Savilh- Adair—or as Jj.* should Ijo known now us lianto Saincv "-was bordering on lUMracinm whvn ho road, upon tiio wening oi the day 011 winch Uic-iKii'd iliinniiund was put to death, that a conio.;.->*oii had been ob tained from i ho prisoner !>y the chap lain, \suich, when authentically received from the surveillance of tho police, pro mised to reveal some criminal atrocity in .which others were seriouslv implieat t-d. Should ho await and bravo the-* tenor of this conU-ssiou, or have re course i-c in-jiani flight? 1'or on tho tirst day of Richard Ham mond s incarceration tho half-easto had received from lnni ;i p-r. mplory letter, yolioiuzi^ the engagement of a" counsel on his behalf, and stringently urging tho wisdom ot his compliance* to whion •ore.ii.. request.the half-caste instautlv '.ompn.u ; nor did he fail to secure this »ci n...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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A COLD IN THE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

A COLD if! THE HEAD. .Wo often hear of a ooUl "going through tiio house," aacl- uuiiiy arocouoeut to tai:e no stop* .w. elieuit ! ipis pi-ogiv^s..- XJroy soo ouu victim ai j tor- anouier. succumb l'o: tnu : jmeuwon,' I ami calmiy awuit Uieir own turn. .Aii I ordinaryiooiil in tuo iieau is an iniee-; I tious lcvur just' us uipuieria is, though | riortiimuoly iiiueli; aevcroj uucl a.fc»tiv j;ruio ,unattended by any ,eopii)Jiuatious.; ! lis causu is nut, as u as lormeriy sup. poaeU, oicpoauro t>u Uvsu an;, oi' ram, or ibg, jbr, w.oriicr& in .mountain .obaervtyi j tbrrl'sauo ottou.exposed, to bucu.eojiui : uuiiS without any lireiteevs,.. '.'.fne j ouiy is really a imci-obc, or-rathur.,\.;n | bus hiierobos, tor; wiiuo uipntueria, -ioj> loxainpie, is •, always eausou by ono &l>o ; eiafgertu,:a eoid may bo brought abuut by/ uiuiiy genua -totally UMoront irom :-eueJi ihcro arc pretiisposuig | caua.-sintho cjiso oi certain individual ; wiio iuko coid nioro easily tUu...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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PATENTS AND INVENTIONS OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

'PATENTS AND INVENTIONS,-; OFFiCIAL I'liOCIilCDlNGS. ' Messrs.' G. G. Turn & Co., Patent Attorneys,' of 'the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, report that specifi cations of tho following inventions have been 'officially aeccpted and opened for inspection by the Commissioner for Patents. . Abridgments or Liio speci fications- inny bo inspected, without feo,. nfc their office. ; Lift "Well Doors—to hold them open, and .when, the, lift go as to close tliem automatically.—W. H.Alsop—8801. ' Steering l)isc Ploughs—to deal tvith'; sloping ground, and enable a true, furrow to bo made. J. Gullidge—8325. _ Explosion Engine Silenet-r— Contains! ■series of concentric chambers—-spiral rested.—The Maxim Silenccr Co—8GOO. Automatic Sampler lor Tailings— •paddle wheel—si>ur .ivJiccl—scoop—run ning stronm of tailings—.vanmlo recei ver. T. M. Tazowoii—87S2. . •Non-Uofiliable Uottlo.—Hat; a non return disk valve, pivoted to-a cork, sealing riugt etc. J. F. and 0. i\ ,0'Hrien—10,050. ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

Mitchell-st., BENDIGO. ' 'Phono 244 (ALLAN'S BENDIGO BRANCH) sp3i:.A.:rcr:os (the worldVbest) ■BECKSTEIN LIPP ECKE FEURICII THURMER Also ESTEY ORGAN, Claviolas and Claviola Pianos. 15 years' guarantee. Railway freight mid Sheet music of all descriptions by re curo of post. C. J. ANSETT, INGLE WOOD. ikIr mechanics to tiny Northern district to repair motors, etc. T Y K 153 K K P AI RED CAKvtfOK HIKE. (SWORN VALUATOR),' ' Property Salesman Hotel Broker, House, Estate and General Comtnissiou Agent. Agent for) Alf. E. Willis and Co., auctioneers, Bendigo and Melbourne^; Massey-Uarris Implements, Ciufctcrbuck Bro.s.' Blnekstonu Engines, Langwill J3rop. and Davis1 Windmills and Pump ing Plants. Trust money to lend from .€500 to L500Q at current rates of interest. Office—Guthncstrcet, Quambatook. OLIVE BRANCH HOTEL MITCHELL STREET, BBNDIGO. One minute from Railway Station. Good accommodation. Best brands uf liquors in stock. Walter Carter, Proprietor. (Late Hi iioort and Mivldon.) BENDIGO. ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

IKS - 51 rf\ THE AUSTRALIAN ESTAftS MORTGSijIi. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. woolWgrain ""AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKIN3, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale in Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers. ADVANCES ON GRAIN. 2 YOU MAY REST ASSURED 1 that Beecfuun's Pills will be of great service ro you if your stomach is out of order j? Z«r your liver ii sluttish. The conditions of life in these diys are so strenuous ihil J nearly everybody is « times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive / (rfiLns. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective Jf medicine. It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved thai y \ BEE€HAm*B I PBLLS I •w fpetdiTy exert * curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to thelf i / normal healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation fof £ % ruJtevi...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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EUREKA FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

KB l^KA FOOTBAMj CLUB. A inooLin'4 r»f tbo »bvovo wns bold at Mi- 1' Ictehors rcsidenco on bfiturduy <:v.w injj.Apnl lltb. the objuclbmng to reform tin* club; Mr 0. U Bryan (president) bum^ m tint ulmuv tha .Suuriiturv (Mr J.-iynun) thon »ead thc-b.'iluoc* .sliest... winch-,wns o< usi ofed vevy satufjvHocy. there hung a bnUnco of sin 17h ovm* from )*8t yoaiv 'ibo president tuen m vcd th tt the club bo iv-for:n id. und nt dj-ng 40 said he 'thought it -wvu dbo a UisibJo to umKO u^jof H|iUyiij«;i,l'"U'Klnciii,ClnnkapO(»k. ft wah ileudod 11 ic-foiui iga u mid lb foiu^in^ oilicci's woie oUvludPre-o <lnnt. Mi J Cr Amos stcuttrs and ;ti;ciiiurcrv-;Ah,!'/.\J/^I&tt';v;gon-»ml cum in ittji\ - \f .1.. L.Jiii.ileton. U. Goo I. >v\. t. Jo.\e«. W. Lnm-it. two prcs d'Mit- und saci"f:;»ry. Iho Sidouin » conYtuittco \vU*'J»e!d'.wvvr until Llio cap l:un of club was c.r.nun. Do!«t_'«Lds f v dub proud-snt ui:-i vji:rctas'vv ft »v»s f»;ived.md cur ud. th.u tbo...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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APPIN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

APPIN SPORTS. ' The annual sports were hold at. Appin on Easter Monday. The weather was all that could be de sired. There was a very largo gathering from all the sarrounding districts. . Competiton was. very keen, and entries were numerous in most events. There was not a dull moment during the afternoon, and generally tho sports were the best thnt have heen held in this district. The committee had everything going with a swing. None could have been more industrious and painstak ing than the ladies who provided the viands for the lunch and afternoon tea. Their number is legion but the following from amongst their ranks ; served the provisions iu an inviting 1 manner and were most pleasing iu their attention to the customers :— Mesdames Vallance, Jobling, Carter, Sutherland, Herdman, Wilkinson, and Teasdale, and Misses Davies, Wilkin son, Sharp, Conci and Sutherland (2). The following ofiiccrs attended care fully to the sports programme : — President, Mr H. Sutherland: hon. sec, Mr W....

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Sporting Notes. FOOTBALL. THE CHILLINGOLLAH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

;; Sporting; Notes. FOOTBALL. TJI13 Cliri.Ll.NUOLUAU Cr.UB. O.ie of thoziio«t outtnishstiij unci Jur. gost yut held ; in, Ch Ilingollah eventuated,/»u AVeduculiv niijliuit: Jus Cleary s I Intnl. The fo nball loving Hports decided to form a club apani this season and iviu Hie laurels !osc lu.-tt yea*. The following Ronl/leinon Wt-ro t.h«»n eloctcd as olhobuaiTrs :—iVusidcut. }fr Luk« lay (limit.imou-dy. elected) ;• Vice proHulciitH. Messrs I'. Barnes and 12. Mintyor:—Patrons, Mosra Gr .y Al.lv. A.. Fryer, G. Shaw. Mctn I, J. Petersen,si.P.. K Puwhng, F. fi'vmjj, M.- Cnlhnn. Senr.., >T. McLonimn, L O Connoty i\ Woontnii, \\. Watson,. tintV «T. Hoardman ; com tniltciy G. khaw, '1 .Gulle»,G..Marble.i. Pawling ^ < Hui'liiit, .1. McGregor. Me Lennoii, Ji. O Connor, • \Y. Watson. A I'nrsvth ; secretary,-Mr J)jn. MoDon.-iid : Iroasurcr.-Mr.!/. Fay.: tloloi;itus c^nna by ballot Jo^uitod m jvIvMis I-ny, \!c Donald and- W. lVu'son bona aiac-ul-. It was decided to hold m uboyatice...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

THE BALL. The hall was crowded, and over 70 couples danced to music supplied by Mr Jobby (violin), Mr J. Gillies (accor deon) and Mian Coad (piano). Mr \V. A. Wo^d actcd aa M.C. The ladies supplied supper. £11 Is was) taken at the door at rnght.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

in j ti lis. ■ CoKuri:—"iidsov ' The marriage of MrK"il e.t Cur>io. of Wai (In >-f>i of Mi iiml Mn I'. Ciiitic, ids.) t.f W.l.t .In :; to - .Nil s tatliel (.lUitnide Gili5on, s(!i;onJ d li ghter of Mis Gibson, of Cli 1 nkaprfokl \v is eel :!h- itc I ' lit ■ l.lie -re - i.loitutlj. ,ot' tbu bride s mother,- on the afleriVtion ■ of WudiKsl^v,April 10;!)., t>"0, Itev. II. G. K'4iit.'«Mutlioaist M.ulster1 of Bjorf, ollici.iiiug.- .A nici! f»illi riiiK of lelatives ntiil liiendi of llu1 parties win in ;U;cmliiu:^. TIjo br.dj wis moot bacomin^lv. gowii'.d m wine silk, trimmed with silk lit*.iding, will) the usiiJ wieiilli nncl v. ll. Miss Alice Gibson, M I'm, wis tliu Inidu-,inml Mid looked uxcendinwell in. whito embrai.lcd voilli'f Mr Jolui Oilriie w is an nctiie licbt in in Aflct wards, the guests s.it down to a well-inr.iyed nnd sumptuous uo.lding breakfast, dining winch tlio htLr i ">t goo I fuelingnndmoiiimiriit i'reviiilid. The speeches. itsroui.it.'d with ibe usual t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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BOORT AND KERANG v. B.U.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

BO OUT AND KERANG v. B.U.C.C. On Kastcr Monday., and Tuesday a combined tun in from the Boorfc and Kerang associations tried conclusions with a B.Tj.C.C. team at Bendigo. The visitoVs made 168 in their first try, Scott (S2) being -the" mainstay of the team. B.U.O.C. replied with 169, ' A. Mackey \\t.s not'out 09. The visiting team lost 8 wickets for 129 in their second inuings. \V. O'Donnel! made 37 not out, and J. Baines 29. Scores:— KERANG & -BOORT.—-First Innings. H. Rundell, b Chamberlain ... 0 A.Scott, b G-Mackay.... S9 F. Addison, std Gould, b Chamber lain ... " ... ... 3 J. Baines, b G. Mackay ... 13 J. R. O'DonncIl, c A- Mackay, jun, b Lightfoot • ... ... IS E. Brockweli, b Lightfoot ... 1 W. O'Donnell, b G. Mackay ... 16 G. Grover, not out ... ... 11 G. Fellows, stpd Gould, . b G. Mackay ... ... 9 W. Alexander, b Chamberlain -... 0 D. Jamieson. b G. Mackay ... 1 Sundries . ... 8 Total ... ... ... 10*9 Bowling—G. Mackay 5 for 30, Cham berlain 3 for 79, Lightfoot 2 fo...

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