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A Dental. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

A Denial. (To the Editor of the Portland G'uardian.) Sin,-In your ij:ue of the 29ttl ult., your Branxzhoull corresponidet ihae asserted what we consider is detrimental to our characters and trade We nhould have replied before this bhd it comue untder our notice boutner. 'The statement is: - "'That the carpenters erecoting cottage for Meevrs O(vrecud aund JItob are workini? long days aud weekl, aund more %thlis half tbho uutdys." 'Thl former we did for reasulls of our own, but never were preused by Meaire. Ovoreld and lRlbb lo work ut all; tioe latter we never did, anil it ij An ullnwarrantltd f eleohoud. WVo demcoald your correa,oldllnciet tJ cubsall tietu in hi owcn niane, fdillug which we *hall cunsider him i cuwrd. Yuurs respectfully, DUNUAN-& DOYLE. Purtleld, l8:h Ochtoehr, 1876. The dilrlcidul from goll iiclnem for the siat week were £11,321, bin £60,31.( from tilndliurati fl,5UO0 rum Qiippilandl o£952 frum itawell £900 friom Oreswhckli £25 from lliaokwoodi £600 from lt...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

POLICE COURT.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18.. 'Beforo H. E Br:vwer, Esq., J.P., and P. 'W, Shevill, Esq., J.P.; ; Shepherd v. "aliokley. claim for 48 ,1.. Dd., good . old nand :,d ,e.red. 'Verdict 'for , plaintiff for the 'atoulnt, with' O5. costs, in def'ault.to be reCovered by distress. BEVISION COURT. The general litsa of persons entitled t" vote for membere of. the Legislative O(benil and Assembly in the divisions of Portland, Heywood, and ri'dgewater wove ervised, corrected' and, no objectiona bieug raised, aitned by the. mingistrilatee..

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, OCTOBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

LATEST TELEGRAIM. (rOM OUR OWN COROtEESPOMKNia.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Ocrosan I. Publication of Lee's Weekly Bulget will be disoontinued; the proprieor's illness prevented his application to reeive new sureties. Estate of RI?gioald Green, the In spector of Police, compulsory sques. trated ; the insolvency will neceesitee the lots of Government appointment salesi he he re-instated. William Burns, convicted of stalbing a man in the public street, seoteced to 18 months hard labor. John Kitchen, for stealing two saldles. bridles, and sewing maehine, sontened to three periods of cumulative labour Iggre gating twenty-four months. William Wilson, publican of Suibury, tried for misdemeanor in firing a oistol over the head or a Frenchman forberly in his employ; sentenced to three months' imprisonment. A seaman, whilst walking a plank from vessel to the wharf at Yarraville, fell, and was drowned. The estate of A. M. Hart, Fitz;oy Town Clerk, who committed suicide, proved to be £1,300. Wheat, ...

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DARTMOOR. Tuesday, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

DATMOOR.. (aen ± comanaro-eosar.) Tuesday, October 17. Last week I paid a second visit to the Ascot IeIatn ser mills, and was-much sur prised to see thI progress made since my last visit. The bultiligs have been so much in creased, as alsobhe population, that the place has now the aplearnnce of a township on a smnall scale. 'Tie sawing of timber for the railway is goinlon steadily. I was shown a pile of red-guoimdeepers half a milolong, and ten feet in helgct, piled so as to pass the in spection of thi Government engineer, who appears rather ing of coming to inspect the same. The tkee l&st loads of red-gumt timber left thenills on the 14th inst. for the first river bridgs on the Portland and Hamil ton railway,atd hearing the carriers dis cussing which tould be the first to brave the Smokey Itiverjrldge, I went to see how the matter wouldend, as all the drays were heavily laden Mr. II. Cowland had the heaviest tond,t tons, and went first, his dray dragged by lb strong bullock...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

CORRESPONDENag. WhllsL ~mittUng the greatest ltorary fro?om to Correspoudent, our columnt will bt open only to eoth oomlmnunlctons au s?h·ll be olearrly rittl n tomperatbyt expreued, and of local or gKeerld iutnroat; it no iwlo hotllug ourselvt r ?ponsibli for y oplulaon that may be mo0eyedl theretn.

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A SEASONABLE COSTUME FOR A FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

A .8FALONABLE COSTUME FQR A .!t A FaNwY DasREst ALL.. ~n. gm n on'ou t'invitations for a eIrdif-ilrTlait'sit Aak hilie?aA t least that is the advice Lady would gi"o yo"_ IaHr hall was n great success; but it was by the merest chante that tefr was not an awful eosntrcetniis. The giuests were ar rJing in shoals--clowns, harlequins, courtiers of every period, Hamlets, kings, queens, Juliets, flower-girls, and Red Indians, were all more or less jqstlings.enc other In the crowd, when a' fine, tall; handsome man, clothed from head to foot in an Ulster, and considerably mufiled up, walked into the Bentitteilce-hll. l nei!df the men servants at once,.qhowed him into the irettdnieh'i roomn ida, prioceeded to assist hin lita; aking off his greatcoat, but what was his horror to find that L-.?l lli tha fei' 'e inyistios visitor had very little clothlig on. I prefer tp.put it in that way. "Good gracious, ilrt" said the astonished footman, "button up your coit, sir; at once, sir, I implore yon! Y...

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THE WAHRING TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

TIlE WARIlING TRAY DY; At the Central Criminal Court yesterday, Michael Flynn and Margaret hils wife were tried on a presentment charging them. w1th wilfully murdering William Coma?ons, at Whhrlng, Nacambie. Mr. 0. P. Smith, with Mr. Holden, defended Flynn and Mr. Meoles worth Mrs. Flynn. The only witneic of the occurrence that was called by the Crown won Johanna Commons, the widow of. th decensed, and site admitted having quarrelled with Mra. Flynn because the latter had driven some lambs out of a paddock where they were trrsp:ssing. Shie thr went home and fetched her hiusland, and together they went over towards Flynn's houe, Commonnal pickling up and taking with itlm a sapling stick an inch and a halt in diameter. On the way lie railed to a laborer nlmed Corrigan and to'dl m he was going to Flynn's house and would wale hbn with tle stick over Iis body wherever a flea could blte. Corrigan alvised him to act sensibly and return hlme, but he went on to Flynn'a anti called him out. W...

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DISCOVERIES IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

DISCOVERIS IN TEE .S?r?TH SAACIFIC. Somo very intreosting discoverids appear to have beemnma in the New Britain and New Ireland group of islands, by the l1ev. Georgo Brown, a}ontllnau onnected with the 'esleyau Miouieary Society, who bas recently returned from thence to Sydney. The dEcho report states that' soan of the islands are very 10, that of Nbw Britain being about 300 niles long :.whilst"eow Iro land is not far short of that.' it would appear that the natives area race.of canai ba6l, as the missanaaries wowre notlont g on the islaund bofope seeing uutiatlakable evidence of this fabt; and they aregiven to sona curious social customa; fly iving a number of presents Mr. Brown obtanhed per mission to examintt a nativo houseq and in the course of conversatiou with the natives elicited some euridus Information. He found three conical shaped structures nade of panilanus leaves sewn together, ant about four foot in circumforenceo at the bottom. that circumference maintained for alout...

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CONCERT AT HEYWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

- CONCERT AT EiYWOOD. The entertainment in aid of the Heywood Cricket Club, Fund, which, was given on Wednesday evernog in the Mechanics' Institute, was about as successful and sentis factory as any that has preceded it during the past 3 ears. Mr J. JM. Norris, whose kind oler 'to give his netvices led to the concert in the fist place, was a host in himself when tile work begsa, and, whset with. his singing, elepmdanciig, cotuiodl i ndoucndosnd improttu witticisms, kept thte evening's merrimntt. going till for beyond the orthodox hour for retirement. Amid snuch a omuttipticity of good things we can hasrdly be expected to do more than give a pasoang alleron to a few, but though all were good, the beat are entitled to honorable mention and must nut be left unnoticed. - Miss O'Reilly aajuitted hersaelf, as so companlst, to the entire satisfaction of her audience, sid, without going into detail on minor performances, we lnav say that her prelude to the seconid part, ' The Maiden's Praye...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

SHIPPING. yQn·'r ~o;\ P:a'ls a,?D. MD. O?etý.ter 1 -OUtway, .teamee. 446 t. ?Cl.yt. TuIhomp-up,!a. bru Melbburao vi'a .Vrrn.mlwenll itl ' Slf,.... Scl on,. I1e'v. I.d"ianl Jing. Mr. John ),rveton, Mrs. liansay, Master iltomna, M1r. 11. A. Turn ?ball, Mr. A.J ,A.s1le, llt. Ilenry And,-.-on, Mr. p. U.J'lu1+.e, Mr. A C leorler, and 16 ip ,t?r?age. W. '. An toru unagent. pctober IN--Julia Ioelc use.lger, Iq5 tops. Capt. Audrewas trum .Melboulrne. ri #jelfawtasll larran.nhlnal. .Solool:--ML. . adeua -iddiment, Waterston, anlrd, F. Wilkinson, Young . Misse Hunaphries, -1womey, Pattie Twomey,. Bell, C. Bell, L Y'oung, Stephens; VWebb, lfr. nld Mrs. Sennett, Mlaesr D. W. Jenkins. J. .ousug, V'.- A. Zeal;d. Watson. G. Hocking, J. H. oase, T. Adamlou, .E. Gardner, T, Webb. Slatsar Wilkinson, and 24 in- tl s tarag.' Ciraker Scott and Co., agent.--- . cOgtober.17--Epet,. soli..Melbourne. .20-Otay., tr.; Melbourne. - _ .October.?Q-Julia Percy, stcangar 550 tons. ,Capt. Andrews, fur Melbourne -ia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

Regular steam Comimnpntoastlo between 3tglbonmrie, Wars. , namzbool, Zelfast, amd Portland. ilt d w unaersigned adJapatelh Steamers a J. t'Under (weatlier permlttlng): "FRWOM MELBOURNE To Warrnaabool, Belfast, & Portland, Name of Staenmsip. Balling Day. JULIA PERO(Y. I Every TUEBSDAY FROM PORTLAND Melbourne, calling at Belfast and Warrnambool.. nes of steamship ':: Sailing Day. . . .. . Ivery TUESDAY, RO ROY sailing from Port land t 2 a.m. SEvery FRIDAY, JULIA PERIl ` siling from Port Boat~willbe{in 'attendanee to carry pea pengers from: the north jetty to the steamer from 8.30 to 10 o'clock, tbe 'ight previous to ailin . . . ; r.." ,., Return' tileta ismne'avatlable for either steamer for Two Months;."' " : . Fareasa f regbliat at currenit rates. SCROAKER, ,SCOTT. AND CO.. S,, , , Agents. Portland, Bept. t9, 1876. Warrahillbool Steam Navigation C'ompany Limited. THE.' NEW S"TEIIMSHIP O PTaW A. VSF', part. J. AatiloPatfN. LEAVES 'MELBOURNE for Warranambool, 3elfast, ant Port...

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A Damper [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

A " A I)nmpor-'A kybungý 'geetleman Irnt6ly vohlItacril hie blieieern to esoeita young lady inome from aparty. Outte way ho cudgellol, his, brinjfor, some in teresting lapin oFcou rersntiqn o a:qrqns her withi lihe COuld lhit upon' nothing until they metn neeirl cows, when the strain nall, , with linch- simplieity-ct manner, "No i mV;d't It stranjr o what a miotherly b~ipctirii~eu ' cow har?" ,'To otan think it strmage RC nil, str, that a cowa cl.ulJ-laAveramotheeiy-rpperne to n cnlf." The beau waes ulent duting I'ntt ;l SiiK~.acrctP1.-'4ýfrc~he;;(lmin. wliit'ti ttiif-q.. `aYlb·1i:.b ':J dd.,j. the 12ýtjrtincgry. "" An ls,"eounln', Oertnsn or Dultclt r c tion t(o rlUtitt Unicorn ko Wl~iu 1tMn +i iihi, 4iiert-:oft *Sary. Alin. Iihel ' on hiirnmiou InuI risnionmr"es. HLe is very coslrng~eoueu dnn :noe c Isavoehiprnounhncsoheuinveurn1 i which en n:Ito gonesnrflopwtle olse, uh1esdihe is "bertihtkefihj the dtark.: - "o it" hroi, Iito this Country ,nltiiah against Iil9.a witl, which, occu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

- - - +- - - SINON-1K ' L I " AL, I Tt, *,ff ..,; ..... . i- ...... * ,- " .... AxlVES. , Fa E. LT. aT .nI oe L J3 ?, .... )'i.3rN i.'. i-.M e SILV. ER.... . E .... 1' a ikdiAI Ir nf r : >i .';i* ;* **. I 7?r iTy .,I n, i .':I , "l aLYVES' FEET, JEOLLYand otberh, , . "Y'leiu., n r. re.d-i*"'; I :':: .' ; Errc TBLE 1DEL CACIES, ,. „ , '*" Everz taitu e.artideoi labelled _ _ Ier, - . 1. ++ . 1 . , .-1 . ,,; : 17)wq r , I- ý . - ' .. " v . .,. C ' PreyorBtothe Qean, OH SQUArE, LODOr • , , PERRINS' .WORCESTER. ..ffiorden of the "trr, Stomach, Kidney" :iHntIdentAl to Q emaleL. Bote " THE OArNTEr IS ,l "ly I Tliale *-'rfifedy for Bad 1.,? Old Wounds, Sores, .and 'leers. *For Brnehitls, Diphtheri'a '-'Coghs Cofdt, Gout E BRheSmain, d . :'ali Skin Dlaees it W» no equal. '', p.r Sold' . . theProprieton Tom SaEB WAT, 533, Oxford Stret L hdon; a I EldIn Vendon throug-hot .117 lL :- - L. L.:I ' PIRll AN- I NLTAMEN JEATEILBRorIEas Londod, hving the jexjsoiT.suppl of this unrivSlt d. l ocotsJ'...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

TABLE TALK. Cntcanr Co?ceRT.-It will be seen from our advertising columns that Mhr. Norlis will endeavour to amuse a Portland an lience on Wednesday evening next at Mlnc's Hotel. He will be aasisted by several well-known amateurs who have consented to support the " atar " and give him breathing time during the evening. The proceeds will be devoted to the im provement of the cricket ground, and as thire object is a popular one, we trust the public will give Mr. Norris a bumper house and, while they secure their own amusemnet, contribute something hand some to the Gronnd.Improvement Fund. MArsrentoal Es~qutn.-A magistorial enquiry was held by J. Lee Archer. Esq., J.P., at the Wheat Sheaf Inn on Tuesday Iest, to ascertain the cause of death in the case of William Cnrey, who was found dead int hies ht, at Bolwarra, on Monday last, by Constables Ilnlon and Fraser. Dr. Brewer, J. N. M'Leod, Esq., Consteble Fraser, and a Mr. Knight gave evidence in the case, and the conclusion was arrived ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

THE FIRST HOUSE IN THE COLONIES FOR PIANOFORTES AND. MUSIC. Nlicholson & Asoheerbrg, Music ;Publishers, Pianoforte Manufntcturnrs, AND IMPORTERS OF Plianos, ,. . Organs . IHarmpnims, & Musle. PIANOFORTES by Lipp, Boohatoin, Erard, Collard, Schweohton, Anchor, Bord, ;Blnthner, Pleyol, Broadwood, Nenmeyer, Gorhardt, Soufleto, Schiodmayer, Colpoll, etc., ate. etc. SOLE AGENTS for Kaps, Hagspeil, Ehrbar, Wesatermnyor, Itonisoh, 'iolder, Rose~kranz, FPortor, Aschor berg (Dresden). OADIPNET ORGANS AND HARUMONIUMS In every variety of style and design. HAIRPS Il EIUAIID, The whole of whlah are selected by skilled articts. SHEET MUSIC, &c. A grand stock of all kinds, not oeralled by any other houno, and constantly aug. wonlted by the nowust componitions. The Time.Panyment System, As arranged by NICIHOLSON and AS Cll0tlltiES O, is on the most liberal scale. PnRCER (II1EATI.Y REDUCED. INSTwrTA,\IEN'SI' FROM 2ra. MONTIILY, 1'Ile VEI. Y LOT'Esi CAStII I'IRICES. Nicholson ...

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THE NOVELIST. KENTUCKY'S GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

(aT Tin: AUmHOl ,I' "GATES AJAR:' True? Every syllable. l but I'll bet you a doughnut I can beat It; and all on tJf e+q?fir e, i sf sly;, S-which Is eloo; 4 iF . don',t amitaloe,`' thea you could take oath to. Not to say thatltAeiseverstretched tnylyarn,a : little on the fo'castle int my younger i days, like the r!!i sof'6tn; buio'Vhal I with living under" roofs so long pnst, I * and a call from;theo parson regular in ll strawberry, tin?ep, d having to do the 1 flogging consequent on the inakkeracies e of statement :follering on the growing up of 1i?,boys,as man learns to trim i his words a little, Tom, and no mistake. It's very much as it is withthe talk of 1 the sea growing strange to yofioitfl' y #g l gy don't now SImlzen-mnl Ierom a clhilih-c It was sonew r'e a ou1 wenty years ago last October, if I.recollect fair, that we were laying in for thiat - rtcular trip to Mnalagaoncnr I've - _whenth .seI was li.ke p ? iluch urqing, . brass, and the fo'castle as nigh ajheiL as qver ,fo'...

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AN ADVENTUROUS CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

jAN ADVENTUROUS .OAREER. If the time in which we live is emi nently practcal, and the mechlanical anspliar?ce?-of' civilianilon seem io -in volvo a certain monotony in the lives o'men as cnntrasted with tlhois of a rbder age, the tir ·e"iiiithese de. generate dlays those who know how to extract firom them the elements of ad. edtl t isind'ldchel?ntnnt iwhiei'speeialvy pertain to thlen, and to invest nine tbenth-c?'iiry'tlirf' "with a rbmanee leculiarly its own. One such has just a.oad away Ifrom among its. There iore many in all parts o' tihe world who, when they rend, in our obituary column of the:12th, the,deqth in: ith ,Alauty of Captain Cliarles Stewart ?'o rbee 'it, N., will recall,ryith ;n sigh the daring andi reckless scanman, the warm-h)earted and generous friend and cheery com panion, whose eventful career has julst closed. Few men have lived so mucll in so few years, or seen and done more pitt 'so little noise. .'. SThe flrst years of yonng Forbon's servipe were passed as n...

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A FROSTY SATURDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

A I"ROBTY SATURDAY NIGHT. Thi weather suddenly changed into a freezing rain, Sataurday evening. While the change was progressing several people were in tile library selecting 'mel?idl phib'lmn .for over Sunday. The l . rain fell silently and fr6t "othbooughmiv, :aiidl i a very short time the walk wllhich leads down friom the library building to the street was a glare of ice. . The first person who ap peard Ret'thie'doi'm was a'yoi ' tg lady, with a vehlnOe of Tennyson hugged up to her.' Sie tri;p'ped lightly d'owin from the. sBppipying audibly,;! Even a wild moor with love niy heart-.' Then sheri gnalr , iCbeovered l her. /uff andl book, looked apprehensively about to 'IP-hb WAiW ei viiv, aindi tl?nhisteaed home, withott quoting another, linej tall man, with a work onabtany, emnegea from the door. 'i?l'e instant le step peodon tl1 walk e ,$al.?'I-f.ly crypt amons!' anad crawled off into the ano an iis.handal sadikakes and 'reeo?erea the volume, which remained on th whlk 'by tlierlda...

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POETRY. THE CREED OF MAMMON'S WORSHIPPERS. THE POPULAR [?]O. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

THE CREED OF MAMMON'S WORSHIPERS       Dimes dar dollars dollars and dimes! An dS.tl locolt'p t woe oef rimet, eas Its maire dawln, dys?hhimlathi Jt,.& ' T{ ia Into h4'du·tq;r ; - *hoae. claims are tkes, A hollow.harto rd ao aml?y dll+, :iIs:a , + A saul wal-trained. I vWilpy's school, Aadcalsh-weeto a"a iheoknoweth the rule 'lh d sleldll larst dollras nd diam4es lr fwJ ;qktkar.d- l . eo ttsu Imsr lies a ep s I Dot poor ha ls, ~id poor "wlll'?,a -.r ,,+' ':I A aormed o?d ated wretlh ih he, . IaIrls nre'auer aglra emv~ wlfa: -n Abmoad he ledeth the leper' liafe- Thy itllggle agalnst a fearful odd Who will not to Ipeople'srl. Dimea nod ole?l loll? d dimest An pt e n the i nl of cri Mel I e y alt-no matter ow etNo qctlos aked' of the rich I trowl ontchh, nd novenr nnaek herr Learn to cant ad Insult your saker1!- ,! Ae hypo eIte, Ilir, knave and fool, At doempta poor-hamet hewrst h f t ihrue lmse sad dolloars dnllarma Ie All empty poeet's t...

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HAMILTON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

HAMILTON SIPORTS. The following are the handicaps for the Cup, Hurdles, and Walking Match to be competed for at the Friendly Societies' Fete at Hamilton on the 9th and 10th of November next:- CUP. 150 250 350 450. T. • " yd,ys.dsyds. ydse. W;:.T. Mtlor , S. 8. S. S. T. Thorne ... 8. S. S. 3. C. I. M'Lennan ., 9 . 8. A. anulon ..3..... 3 5 3 3 W. Monle ... '... , 3 a 6 7 J. Turner . 3.. 1 5 4. 4 G. Snult ... ... 33, 5 7 9 O. Coke ... 3 5: 6. 7 T. Braham .. .. 3 5 .-3 a3 W. Bradford... .. 4 6::: 4.. B. J. Bond ... ...4. . ;71,10.10,13 - G. lloyle ... ... 4 -7 -10 13 G. Turner ...- 4 -7Z1.?10 13 BC. Gouqh ......._4 1 8 11 R. Tedrea ... ... 4 "'6 B. J. Millerd... ., 4 6 a 811 A. T. Chandler ... 5 8 11 14 ,t rG. W. Young ... .. 11 I13 B. W.Smith ..... .. ''5 ,8 II 14 J. Rnlstnn .... ... ; 8 .0 13 J. M'Naughtbn 5... . 8: 10a:13 H. M'lCinnon ... 5 8 13 J. Doch.rty .... - .6 9 12 -15 J; Meallit?onn ... .... 0 91215' 'E. F. Kirby .. ... 6 1 15 Whtet-6e 8 1225 SJ; Whte ... ... 6 9 12 15 D. Ma...

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