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swats: T. WORCISTUSIIII. AT Ural, on Thursday, wine cricket of a character ho aid too was mijuyed by a send crowd of apectatera. who every were strongly represented. hail the good feesege to win the sad took advantage of that Itself. Z. Raphael, a previous captain, one of trt ri
early as the opening day the coarse fishing aeasou, but the jack in our Devonshire lake are full of fight in June. Some of them look as handsome as in October, and nearly all are put back again none the worse for a tussle with the angler; careful inquiries have satisfied me that
Stratford B.C.—E. R. ThomWo - ri. - W..TSankins, R. Bisons (cox ) 1 Stourpurt B.C.—R. P. Vale, K. C. Baxter, J. Poole (cox.) out easily. FINAL BEM Stoorport BC.—alover's crew Stratford 11.0 Won by two feet. COUNTY MEMBERS' PLATE; Maiden Fours (pith coxswains). Gloucester U.C.—C.
LZICINTZISEIII2 v. Fist weather favoured this match at Leicester on the first three days of the week. The wicket was rendered suit by rein, hut Swallow. having first choice, decided to bat, and nearly three hours anti a 1 half were occupied in compiling 236 runs. l'ontinued fine