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Burnie Advocate (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Burnie, Tasmania National Library of Australia dry Gin i Fri top score i a Jujj in every ? it test i if i f a i j ii pal i Don l sat Gin say Assers m outstanding y Alua. Eat terms Honey refunded if satisfaction these Are headlights in to Only your first tee Ekly. Instalment with order and coat selected will of gent to your address if satisfied Toath your Purchase continue sending instalment weekly. If not Satis fied return ? coat and any Money paid Taillie refunded 54 George a Street Launceston 112 Stewart st., Devonport Busby st., Ulverstone. 26 Alexander st., Burnie Orr st., Queenstown. New club House opened. Burnie surf life savers. Enterprise. Commodious building. An important Advance in the affairs of the Burnie surf live saving club Wab Mado on saturday after. Noon by Tho opening of the clubhouse on West Beach. Commodious and Well appointed Tho building is a source of Pride to members of the club who Are to to commended for their Enterprise in having it erected. The work was carried out with til to operation of the Burnie Counci but All Tho Money required amounting to about �200, was raised by Tho club Tho provision of such a Fine buildings in keeping with Tho importance o the club which exists not merely be Tho creation of sport but for the ver laudable purpose of rescuing swimmer when in. Danger and if need to apply ing resuscitation methods. Although it is not very Long sine Tho club was formed it Hus attain a creditable state of efficiency. Is a shown last year by ? the jumbo of members who passed Tho Severo Tes bet by the surf life saving association of Australia. Tho proceedings on saturday after noon opened with a procession through Tho town to the Beach. It was led a the Burnie municipal band which fals played selections of the Beach during the afternoon. Fine Public spirit. In calling upon the Warden or. T l. Mace to open Tho clubhouse tin president of Tho club or. P. J Cherry said to hoped that the Crest ii of Tho building was Only Tho beginning of bigger things to come. He extended a Welcome to Tho visitors and expressed particular appreciation of the action or Tho Devonport club in Send ing a team to help Mako Tho function a Success. Or. Cherry said the old premise adjoining the clubhouse had been hand cd Over to Tho Council for Public use and it was hoped that Tho Counci would reconstruct them. Tho Warden said surfing was a Fino Cloan sport. Tho Fine physique of the life saving teams showed How swim Ming developed the Muscles. To congratulated the Burnie club on its excellent building which was the outcome of a Fine Public spirit. To was quite Suro the club would not let mat ters stand where they wore. The coun cil was constructing a promenade or Tho Beach. It would have to by levelled and Mado presentable and he hoped that in this work the Council would have Tho help of Tho club. One of Tho objects of Tho club he said was to make Tho beaches Safe for swimmers. Members gave a great Deal of their time to. Training and making themselves proficient. Responsible task. Or. A. V. Dumbleton Cha minor in chief for Tho surf life saving association of Australia on Tho North West coast and Captain of Tho Devonport club congratulated Tho Burnie club on having acquired such an excellent club House. To stressed Tho importance to the Community of Tho life saving organisation which had a responsible task., it was not Correct to think that it existed chiefly for the Sake of get Ting sport it aimed to Minimise Tho dangers of surfing. Tho organisation was Ono Large Happy family and members enjoyed opportunities of help ing one another. Ile hoped the people of Burnie would got behind their club which like the others gave Lino Volun tary service to the Community. At Tho conclusion of Tho speeches the Warden presented the awards won by members of Tho Burnie club in last year s examinations. T. A. Morse secured the association s certificate for efficiency in life saving work apart from swimming. Bronze medallions were presented to Tho following a. H. Fulton r. La. Horton i. Sutton t. L. Marsden Anil b. Tevelein. An instructor s certificate was presented to or. T. Munn Jun. Tho Avn Den was thanked for officiating at the opening. Life saving display. Onlookers of whom Thuro was a Good number were interested by a display of life saving work Given by two Bur nip teams and one. From Devonport under Tho supervision of or. Dumble ton. A Parade was held prior to the opening ceremony and later the teams gave a display of Tho methods employed by life savers to release themselves from drowning persons. The movements Althou Gli intricate to the uninitiated Wero carried out with skill and rapidity. A exhibition of life saving was then Given by Tho three teams. Tho " patients wore required to swim to a buoy about 150 Yards from the Shore. The Burnie no. .1 team s Mun reached Tho buoy a few seconds ahead of Tho Devonport swimmer who lost time by not taking a straight course. Burnie no. 2 team s patient Ivas a Good Deal behind Tho of liars. Devonport and Burnie no. 1. Team s bellmen had it hard struggle to Seo who should reach his patient first. The Burnie Man Laving started first maintained his advantage and got Thuro a few seconds ahead of the other. The Burnie no. 2 team not daunted by Tho time lost at Tho outset carried out its work with efficiency. The exhibition was com mended on All sides As it showed that the teams Havo been Well trained. The members of Tho teams Werc Devonport l. Edwards w. Hawkins patients. Groves resuscitator. Fisher Heitmann. Kent and t. Kent. Burnie. No. L team j. Fulton c. Leary Heitmann. Scott v. Hazlewood b. Sutton patient and t. Morse resuscitator. Burnie no. 2 team l. Searle h. Barwick Heitmann. F. Hardman resuscitator. Marsden e. Horton and m. Trethewey Handicap surf Rago Over a course of 50 Yards was held. And resulted j. Breheney ulverstone5 secs. 1 b. Wilson ulv orston3 secs. 2 w. Hawkins devonportscratch.3 other starters a Horton 3 sees. N. Panitzke 10 sees. A. Jacobs a sees. I. Dosh or 10 secs. K. Parsons 10 secs ii. Biggs 10 secs. A. Woods 4 secs. G. Groves 10 secs. D. Fisher 2 secs. B. Jordan won a musical Flag com petition for which there Scro several entries. After the carnival Tho visitors Wero entertained by Tho Burnie club at Tho Rex cafe. Tho Secretary or. A. F. Hardman extended a a Alcomo on to half of Tho club and or. A. V. Dumbleton replied for Tho visitors. A Danco organised by Tho club was held in Tho Burnie town Hali on sat urday night. Golf. Devonport club. The monthly medal was played on sat urday at Devonport in warm weather. The result was a tie Between four play ers who will be required to play off. The Best cards returned were those of ? p. R. Pearce.al2 Dorn i to v. Rockliffe la. 2 Down. A. J. Parker 182 Down g. C. Walch 182 Down. L. Shirlev 73 Down. E. M d. Walker 13. 4 Down. H. W. Fitzpatrick 144 Down. D. Constable 45 Down. F. C. Weatherhead 105 Down. F. W. Clements 135 Down. J. P. Clark 188 Down. A. J. W. Billett 140 Down. F. G. Nicholas 1712 Down. Seabrook club. Can Adian four some a. J. Tanner and l. Broadfield. Quite a number of pairs succeeded in returning scores under bogey in Satur Day s Canadian foursome at Seabrook. The Best card Ivas that of h. J. Tanner and l. Broadfield with two 30 s. Results g h n h. To. Tanner and l. Broad Field.78 la 67 l. Miller and j p. Beanland 86 18 68 m. Franks and l. T. Gale 82 13 6 t. L. Barnard and p. Hayes 85 14 71 g. S. Moyle and j. Gilmour 87 16 71 d. Gilmour and f. C. Harvey 8g 10 70 Launceston competitions. I Launceston sunday there Ivas n Jerpe entry list for the Launceston Golf club s open competitions in nid of Tho anti cancer Campaign it King s Meadows yesterday. Many visitors were present. The Best cards returned in the mixed can Adian foursomes Over 12 holes were g. H. N. C. Carrington and mrs. Carrington. 50 14 42 g. Hop Vaad and miss Cragg. 58 15 43 e. Atkins and mrs Jae Ger. 60 10 44 h. F. Smith and miss p. Harrisson. 53. 0 44 h. S. Mercer and Mies Turner. 59 15 44 g. B. Rolph and mrs. Dolph. 01 10 45 f. H. Stephens and mrs. Bennell. 03 17 40 c. Hinman and mrs. Stack \ House. 54 8 46 a. Pryde and miss holy Man .-62 16. 46 Rifle shooting. Railton defeat Devonport. The Devonport Rifle Chili fired ii match on the Railton Rance against Railton the latter dispensing afternoon Tea. Which was much appreciated by nil. Railton won easily by 29 Points. Results Devonport. Soo 600 yes yes to w. L. Read. 33 31 64 capt. Philpot i "32 30 02 e. Cole _ 20 32 la l. Oil lord ? ?33 28 01 w. Henigan. 30 20 50 i e. Edwards. 29 20 58 h. Hus lock 28 27 55 to. Jamieson. 30 25 r. Johnson 23 20 43 i 207 251 518 i e. Edwards also fired. Railton. K. T. Lambert.-31 31 05 t. Bennett. 34 30 04 v. Lucas. 31 32 63 v. A. Fraser. 31 30 61 w. Blenkhorn. 29 31 00 a. Hogg 29 31 00 j. Blenkhorn 32 28 60 la. Flannigan. 29 27 50 h. White. 31 23 54 -�80 203 543 Ulverstone club. On saturday tile Ulverstone Tillie club fired Hie first Stille Over the a series ranges of a match for 1 trophy donated by 3fr. E. Kow. The second mid final Stace of the match will he ired Over the a series renin i next saturday. The second Slape will be interesting As three members tied in the first shoot. Satur Day s 500 too yes yes he to e. Holics. 20 30 4 63 j. Gatenby.2s 2a 7 63 a. Dickenson. 20 27 7 03 j. Dickenson. 23 21 la 55 a. Graham. 20 16 7 52 s. Close. 25 13 la 40e. Innes 15 18 15 48.1 saturday s . Coast Cricket. Bowlers onto. Devonport ciry match. V. Smith city6 for 23. Bowl Ora were on top in the match be tween Devonport and City on the turf wicket at East Devonport on saturday. Batting first Devonport scored Only 84 against the Bowling of v. Smith 6 for 23 and d. Hughes 3 for 14. J. Bil Lett was top scorer with 10. City followed and fared even worse than their opponents. Reynolds was not available and a place was kept for him in the team in the Hope that he will be Able to play next saturday. C. Clemente 15 and c. Glover and d. Hughes 14 apiece were the Only batsmen to reach double figures the innings yielding Only 72. Rowlands 5 for 27fitzgibbon 3 for 10 and Billett 1 Tor 8 were the i successful trundles. The game will con clude next saturday. Details Devonport. First innings. E. A. Smith c Glover b Lamb 9 j. Billett b v. Smith. .10 r. Wallace b a. Smith. 1 r. Mitchell a Ted Ritchie b Hughes u a. H. D. Horton b v. Smith. 0 a. Mitchell std Ritchie a Hughes 7 r. Fitzgibbon b v. Smith. 7 r. Badcock Lbw b Hughes. 2 h. Andrews c Lamb b v. Smith. 2 j. Rowlands b v. Smith la a. Manser not out. .1 4 extras. .13 total. .84 Bowling Lamb 1 for 25 Smith 6 for 23 d. Hughes 3 for 14. City. First innings. J. Ritchie b Rowlands. 0 c. Glover c Andrews b Rowlands 14 v. Smith b Rowlands. 4 j. Lamb c Baldock b Rowlands 3 a Hughes c Wallace b Fitzgibbon 14 a. Riggs b Fitzgibbon. 1 r. Archer Lbw b Fitzgibbon. 0 r. Billett not out.9 c. Clements c Rowlands b Billett 15 b. Davis b Rowlands.0 l. Reynolds absent.0 extras. 12 total .72 Bowling Rowlands 5 for 27 Fitzgibbon 3 for 10 Billett 1 for 8. Colts score 261 against Mersey. E. H. Smith bats Well for 02. The highest scoring for the sensors at Devonport was witnessed at the High schoo ground Devonport on saturday when the competing teams were Colts and a Lersey. The former had first us of the wicket and compiled 201, e. H Smith played a Good innings for 92, and Evi Dently threw his wicket away through being in too much hurry to Racli the Century being clean bowled when endeavouring to hit Davis out of the ground. G. Poltor 41j. Kelly 26 and e. Rooney 29 also batted Well. For Mersey Keating 4 for 61 was the most successful Bowler. Mersey had scored 44 for three wicket when stumps were drawn. Details Colts. First innings. E. H. Smith b g. Davis. 02 j. Kelly c Leicester b Davis 26 b. Hawkins b 1 g. Boulter c Lawrence b Keating 41 m. Filings c Keating b a. Smith. 4 j. Sly Lbw b Davis. 19 r. Rooney Lbw b Keating.29 j. Hughes c Davis b Keating. 5 e. Filings b Byran v. 10 g. Dukes not out13 w. Littlejohn c Keating b Leices Ter. 6 extras15 total 261. Bowling Keating 4 for 61 Leicester 1 for 36 Davis 3 for 68 a. Smith 1 for 20 a. Bryan 1 for 15. Mersey. First innings. G. Davis c Poulter b e. 4 g. Leicester not out v. 19 f. Keating run out 2 h. Nicholls b sly. 8 b. Stewart hot out. 7 extras 4 total for 3 wickets 44 Bowling sly 1 for 17 Smith 1 for 20. Seven wickets for six runs. Playing for West against Ulverstone in the Ulverstone Cricket association on Satur Day m. Pickett bowled 4 overs for 7 wickets and 6 runs. Four of the wickets were obtained in one Over without the hat trick being performed. If ? ? " ? to at Latrobe. An innings and 13 runs. Latrobe defeats North Down. Tie match Between Latrobe and North Down Ivas concluded it Latrobe on Satur i Day and resulted in a win for Latrobe by an innings and 13 runs. I on saturday Latrobe added Only 4 runs to its score of Tho previous week. With three absentees North Down scored Only 25 runs in the second innings chiefly due i to the Good Bowling of d. Johnstone who took five wickets for 12 runs. Bowling for North Down m. Byron dismissed six Latrobe 33 runs. Scores North Down. First innings. M. Byron c Donnelly b Matthews 13 w. Sankey c Saggers b Johnstone 8 c. Williamson c Matthews b John Stone. 0 in. Appleby c Rowell b Matthews. 19 i h. Thomas b Thompson. 6 a Byron not out. 25 j. Turner c Cook b Anderson 15 in. Appleby b Anderson. 0 a. Appleby c Champion b Thompson 1 a. Smith b Thompson. 0 t. Sankey c Champion b Anderson 0 extras. 5 total. 92 j Bowling d. Johnstone 2 for 20 a. Anderson 3 for 10 w. Thompson 3 for 20 f. Matthews 2 for 22. Second innings. W. Sankey b Johnstone. 0 m. Byron b Thompson. 8 c. Williamson b Johnstone 4 h. Appleby b Johnstone. 0 h. Titomas b Johnstone 1 t. Sankey not out. 3 a. Smith b Thompson 5 j. Byron e Bauld b Johnstone 1 j. Turner absent 0 e. Appleby absent. 0 a. Appleby absent. 0 extras. 3 total. 25 Cowling d. Johnstone 5 for 12 w. Thompson 2 for 10.Latrobe. First innings. D. Johnstone c Sankey. B Thomas 14 f. Matthews c Appleby b m. Byron 16 b. Donnelly Lbw b Sankey. 3 e. Saggers c Appleby b m. Byron 30 k. Champion c Sankey h j. Byron 32 s. Bauld c sub b i. Byron. 15 g. Rowell run . 6 s. Hope b a Byron. 0 a. Anderson not out 0 k. Cook b m. Byron. 0 w. Sankey b m. Byron. 0 extras. 14,1 total130 Bowling h. Thomas 1 for 20 w. San key 1 for 4 j. Byron 1 for 16 m. Byron 0 for 33. Best performances. Batting. E. H. Smith Colts Devonport 02 m. Johnston West Ulverstone 77 h. Tattersall Emu Bay . Co a. Langmaid Forth. 0 Wynyard . 62 k. George West Ulverstone. 55 o. M Cali Emu Bay. 48 k. Rooke Forth. 44 g. Foul Sci Colts Devonport .41 Bowling. Al Pickett West Ulverstone 7 for 6 v. Smith City Devonport 0 for 23 r. Kelly upper Burnie 6 for 30 m. Byron North Down 0-for 33 d. Johnstone Latrobe. 5 for 12 j. Rowlands Devonport. 5 for 37 a. Johnston Ulverstone 4 for 42 f. Keating Mersey. 4 for 01 c. H. Martin footballers 3 for 3 h. Purton glance Creek 3 for 8 r. Fitzgibbon Devonport 3 for 10 a. Anderson Latrobe. 3 for 10 d. Hughes City Devonport 3 for 14 j. Cross footballers. 3 for 17 a. Wilson Emu Bay. 3 for 28 at Ulverstone. West s outright win. M. Pickett takes 7 for 6. The match Between Ulverstone and West was continued on saturday on the turf wicket. The previous week Ulver Stone had been disposed of for 50 runs in Tho first innings and West lost five wickets in making 150. Continuing. West compiled 183 before Tho last wicket fell. M. Johnston who was not out the previous saturday scored a Well made 77. A Johnston bowled Well to obtain 4 wickets for 42, while it. Pinkard took 3 for 54. On going in again Ulverstone gave very feeble resistance and the Side for 22. M. Pickett took 7 wickets for six runs and his feat included 4 wickets in one Over without performing the hat m. Johnston also bowled Well to obtain 2 wickets for five runs. Tho match resulted in an outright win for West by 105 runs. Scores. Ulverstone. First innings. 50 second innings. T. Ellison b m. Pickett.9 p. Stott b m. Pickett. 0 v. Horsham b p. Lehman s c. Archar o l. Mulligan b m. Pickett. 1 a. Johnston c m. Johnston b m. Pic Kett 3 r. Pinkard not out. 2 t. Edwards c f. Ford b m. Pickett 0 h. Smith o w. Lyell b m. Pickett 0 j. Horsham c p. Lehman b m. Pic Kett. 0 m. Snare b m. Johnston 0 c. A looks c t. Langmaid b m. Pic Kett. 2 extras -2 total. 22 Bowling m. Johnston 2 for 5 p. Leh Man 1 for 9 m. Pickett 7 for 6. West. First innings. M. Johnston b a. Johnston 77 p. Lehman c h. Smith b r. Pinkard 3 k. George c t. Ellison b a. Johnston 55 f. E. Ford c and b j. Johnston 18 t. Langmaid c p. Stott b j. Horsham 0 t. Jeep b Johnston. 3 a. Ivoy b r. Pinkard.9 l. Mullegan b a. Johnston 7 m. Pickett Lbw b r. Pinkard 0 w. Lyell not omit. 0 m. Langmaid absent. 0 extras. La total. 183 Bowling b. Pinkard 3 for 54 a. John Ston 4 for 42 t. Edwards 0 for 23 c. Brooks 0 for 17-t. Ellison 0 for 14 j. Horsham 2 for 18 p. Stott 0 for 2. Burnie roster. Tie on first innings. H. Tattersall 69 not out. Tho match Between Emu buy and Yeo Man waa concluded on saturday at. West bark Burnie. On the previous saturday Emu Bay made 67 in the first innings and Yeoman had. Lost 7 wickets for 54, and finished the jimmys wit i the same total As Emu Bay. Emu Bay opened the second innings with h. Int Corsall and 0. M Call. Both these batsmen made it very Lively for Tho opening batsmen. M Call was caught by Jack Cale off l. Shepherd for 48. The innings was closed with five wickets Down for 143. ? Yeoman in the second innings made n very poor Start. In the first Over of a. Davis r. Gan Lam was out for a Duck. At Stumph Yeoman had lost five wickets for 40. Details Emu Bay. First innings. 67 second innings. Ii. Tattersall not out. 69 o. M Call c Jack Galo b l. Shep Herd. 48 a. Wilson b ii. Shepherd. 3 a. H. Tattersall run out. 8 g. Fail ski run out 3 e. Gale b e. A cab. 7 extras. .5 total for 5 wickets 143 Bowling Jack Gale 0 for 19 a Webb 1 for 27 Jas. Gale 0 for 30 a Wragg 0 for 27 l. Shepherd 2 for 29. J. Yeoman. First innings.,. 67 second innings. R. Gardam c r. Conroy b k. Davis 0 Jas. Gale std. A. H. Tattersall b a. Wilson. 8 Jack Gale b a. Wilson. 6 Nat. Flint not out. 17 h. Shepherd c r. Conroy b a. Wil son. 2 c. Arragg b k. Davis a. 0 m. A Illiams not out. ? 31 Extron. 5 totals for ,5 wickets 40 Bowling k. Davis 2 for 8 a. Avilton 3 for 2s 0. M Call 0 for 2 a. A. Tattersall 0 for 2 r. Bramich 0 for 2 a. Aitchison 0 for 2. Footballers defeat Wynyard. Scoring Only 73 runs in the drat innings Wynyard followed on to footballers in the match at Wynyard on saturday the result being a win for tiie visitors on Tho first innings by 150 runs. Acc the Call of time the previous saturday Wyn Yard had lost one wicket for 20 runs and continuing on saturday the Side knocked up 73 in the second innings Wyn Yard made 138 for the loss of five wickets j. Ii. Davis being the principal contributor to the score with 02 not out which was the next highest score to that of g Bennett who made 03. Bowling honors were with c h. Martin who took three for three. Scores footballers. First innings. 223 Bowling r. Davis. 0 for 50 j. Bra Mich. 3 for is t. Garner 4 for 48 r. Matthews 0 for 10 r. Dixon 1 for 10 a. Dyke 0 for 10. Wynyard. First innings. R. Davis b Summers. Lil r. Dixon b Cross. 0 r. Matthews b a. Cross. To r. To. Davis b a. Cross. 0 t. Garner std. Billing b a. Cross 13 j. Bramich c a. Cross b Martin 0 a. Dyke c j. Cross b Martin. 4 to. Butler c Bennett b Martin 2 s. Garner. C Billett b to. Cross. 4 v. Hodgkinson b m. Cross. 4 j. Watkinson not out v. 1 extras. 7 total. 73 Bowling t. Summers 1 for 15 j. Cross 1 for 13 m. Cross. 1 for 8e. Wells. .0 for j a. Cross 4 for 28 c. H. Martin 3 for 3 j. 0. Jenkins 0 for 5. Second innings. R. Davis o Bennett b a. Cross 2 to. Watkinson c a. Cross b j. Cross 0 r. Matthews a Billing b Cross 27 t. Garner std. Billing b a. Cross 15 j. Bramich Lbw b j. Cross. 3 to. Davis not out. 02 r. Dixon not out. 18 extras. La total for 5 wickets. 138 bowline j. Jakins. 0 for 1 j. Cross 3 for 17 a. Cross 2 for 43 c. H. Martin 0 for 25 m. Cross 0 for 8 t. Summers 0 for la i. Millett 0 for 10. Latrobe Junior association. Latrobe v. Sassafras. This match played at Latrobe was won by Latrobe on the first innings. Details Sassafras. B. Fulton b j. Beveridge. 18 k. Lamprey c d. Bryan b i. Purdy 3 Ujj. Lamp icy c mid b j. Beveridge 7 w. Febey b d. Craigie. 7 s. Powell b j. Beveridge 0 j. Coston b d. Craigie. 6 m. Donohue not out la l. Upton b d. Craigie 0 c. Dunning c Craigie b Coventry. 2 e. Donohue b Herbert 0 j. White b Herbert ,. 1 extras. 4 total. So Latrobe. D. Bryan b l. Lamprey. 4 g. Herbert c Donohue b fulton0 l. Hedditch b Fulton. A 0 i. Pudgy c Coston b Febey. 28 j. Beveridge b White 8 a Hedditch run out 0 c. Harkness b Febey 7 ii. Coventry a Powell 15 d. Craigie not out 2 w. Harkness c Lamprey b White 0 h. Shaw b White -. 0 extras. 2 total Leven Junior association. Forth v. Gawler combined. Forth was at Home to Gawler combined on saturday and the match resulted in a draw. Uniting first Forth compiled 179 runs and combined lost no wickets in making 41 run. T. Brown and c. Salt Marsh being the batsmen. Scores Forth. G. Crawford c c. Taylor b a. Hing Ston. 18 h. Dudfield b r. Filleul. 7 a. Langmaid not out. Cd l. Bartlett e d. Peebles b h. Hing Ston. 7 b. Booke retired.44 d. Breen b a. Hingston. 0 ii. M Connon o sub b a. Hing ton. 7 m. Dawes b c. Butler. 2 it. Davies c d. Peebles b a. Hingston 8 extras. 20 total. 179 Bowling e. Filleul 1 for 23 c. Salt Marsh 0 for 40 c. Taylor 0 for 38 a. Hingston 5 for 30 d. Peebles 0 for 14 c. Butler 1 for 8. Combined. T. Brown not out. 17 c. Salt Marsh not out. 16 extras. S total for no wickets. 41 Bowling g. Crawford 0 for 0 h. Dud Field 0 for 10 m. Dawes 0 for 3 e. Hooke 0 for 4 l. Bartlett 0 for 2. Burnie a Grade association. Upper Burnie defeats glance Creek. Upper Burnie and glance Creek Mot it Softli Burnie on saturday when Tho for Mer team scored an easy win on the first innings. Scores upper Burnie. S. Townsend run out. 24 ii. Go Ninon b h. Purton 1 i Trebilco c m. Tilney b g. Rutherford. 2 r. Kelly c j. Mollison b h. Aitken 12 i. Paine c c. Boyd b h. Purton 0 c. Barker b h. Pen Tun. 12 j. Atkinson o Aitken b g. Ruther i Ford. 1 r. Fielding run out. 0 b. Radford c Rutherford b t. I m Donald. 5 i a. Russell b h. Aitken. 0 r. Townsend not out. 0 j extras t. 3 total. Of Bowling g. Rutherford 2 for 20 h. Burton 3 for a h. Aitken 2 for 20 t. M Donald 1 for 0.glance Creek. First innings. H. Purton. B r. Kelly. 2 p. M Donald c Barker b Kelly 0 we Hall c go Ninon b Kelly. 7 g. Rutherford o Atkinson b b. Townsend. 3 t. Mollison c Barker b Kelly. 0 h. Aitken e r. Townsend b Kelly 4 m. Tinney b Kelly. 0 t. M Donald not ont. 3 b. Linell c Russell b c. Bar scr 0 c. Boyd c Atkinson b c. Barker 0 a. Aitken c r. Townsend b c. Barker. 0. Total."28 second innings. G. Rutherford c Russell b Trebilco if t. M Donald c Fielding b Barker 0 p. M Donald. C Radford b Barker i h. Purton. A Kelly. 121 h. Aitken not out 4 j. Mollison b s. Townsend. 2 m. Tinney e sub., b s. Townsend 4 h. Aitken b w. Hall not out 1 extra 1 total for 7 wickets so Bowling h. Kelly 8 for 30 s. Towns end 3 for Lac Barker 5 for 17 b. Trebilco 1 for 14. Wynyard association. Railway defeats Seabrook. Linn Way and coca Crook Mee in the com petition for Hie premiership of the Wyn Yard association on saturday railway scoring an easy win. Top score waa made by v. Wibberley 74 not ont and Bowling honors went to Leo o Shauns Scy 5 for 10. Scores railway. H. Hyland 1 m Tulloch. 1 c. Smith c Kerr b m Tulloch. 7 v. Wibberley not out. 74 l. Davern c g. Solyer b Chat win. 10 l. O Shannessey c and b Chatwin 7 r. Reeve c Lowrie b Webb. 4 h. Pit House c Rogers b Webb. 2 j. Anderson b m Tulloch 0 h. Smith b Chatwin 3 d. Hence b Chatwin. 0 to. Hay b Chatwin 1 extras 5 total i. .t�4 Bowling l. G. Webb 2 for 31 a. M Tulloch 3 for 52 c. Chatwin 5 for 20 j. Kerr 0 for 12. Seabrook. A. Lowrie b o Shannessey. 1 a. M Tulloch b o Shannessey. 1 c. Chatwin c Reece b Davern. 1 l. G. Webb c mid b o Shannessey 2 c. Rogers b o Shannessey. 1 w. Astell b Davern. 0 g. Colyer c Anderson b o Shannessey. 5 p. Riley b Wibberley. 7 l. O Shannessey not out. 17 r. Astell b Wibberley 0 j. Kerr a Davern la extras. .12 total. 58 Bowling l. Davern 3 for 14 o Shannessey 5 for 10 Wibberley 2 for 10 Smith 0 for 4. Boat Harbor defeats Wynyard Wynyard visited boat Harbor on sat urday afternoon and was easily Defeated by the Home Side. I. King made 55 not out top score of the Day while the Best Bowling average was that of the Samo player who dismissed three bats men four four runs. Scores Wynyard. J. Dyan b c. Reeve. 1 13. Barnett b i. King. 1 a. Wade b c. Reeve. 2 e. Garner c i. King b n. King 8 l. Riley b i. King. 0 h. Bugg b i. King. 0 r. Ambrose b n. King. 0 c. 0. Neil not out. 12 g. Wood b a. Alien a 5 t. Evans b h. Allen 1 h. Abell Lbw b u. King Al extras. 5 total. 44 Bowling i. King 3 for 4 c. Reeve 2 for 7 n. King. 2 for i w. Docker. 0 for 0 h. Allen 2 for 3 t. Pearce 0 for i m. King 1 for 4 h. King 0 for 10. Boat Harbor. W. Docker run out .23 i. King run out. 55 r. Reeve c Barnett b Bugg. 0 j. Lattimer c and b Wood. 4 t. Pearce b r. Ambrose 0 h. King not out .?.24 h. Allen Lbw b e. Garner. 32 w. Brown b o Neill. 3 n. King e Ambrose a o Neill 0 c. Reeve c Barnett b o Neill. 0 m. King c Abell b o Neill. 2 extras. 17 total.140 Bowling l. Riley. 0 for 10 r. Am Brose 1 for 10 e. Garner 1 for 20 a. Avn de 0 for 35 h. Bugg 1 for 8 g. Wood 1 for 10 c. O Neill 4 for 9. Cricket on the North West coast. To the editor. Sir observer rightly draws attention to to condition of coastal Cricket and is to by congratulated on tackling this ques Tion no though i disagree with him on some Points. I do not intend to enter upon a controversy respecting the merits of West Park or other coastal wickets except to state that it is possible that a Satis factory wicket May to available for the match against Victoria. Is there anything wrong with. Coastal Cricket at the present time if so can the cause to rectified the first difficulty to geographical the second trouble Lack of experience Tho third financial. Spread from Deloraine to Smithton there is 120 Miles of territory and the trouble of selecting a thoroughly representative Side is Aoda rent Tho Lack of expert Oneo is twofold a selectors b player it is impossible Tor anyone whose in ski experience Lias been confined to concert or the slower coastal turf wickets t elect a team equipped for the Faste wickets of the two cities. The heavy to 1 leis and Moro work Aro required t produce fast wickets. Then Cumes the question of experience by players. Tal the result of the recent match in Hobin i As the answer. Tile tickling was it fault players accustomed to rough countr grounds where they do Well were us astray. To remedy this thu Jurat Roqui Sito is to be properly equipped. Hung Ino in our capital City a repress Nativi coastal player taking the Field in Saud shoes some with hats and braces other with handkerchiefs for belts pads dirty etc., and Tho Cloven Best players in the world could not do themselves Justice m. A. Noble once stated that if ail Carri not by first class cricketers ? they should i at least look like some coastal players have already Learnt the Eti Quette of the game. The fact that sevc i ral valuable wickets were lost run out shows Lack of experience re the Pace of the ground. Humor it May be Only j Rumor states that one of the bide Wai t away from the ground when his Tum came to Bat and that he left before the game was finished. This was Disentis i thous to both teams and a player guilty of this should nut by required next time i no Cement wicket Captain with i a varied experience can do himself or i i Side Justice on Tho turf As the cond i tons Are vastly different. Two pity in stand out for the position of Captain. Ucol Davis of Wynyard and his brother Sci thai of Burnie. Both have skippered Mell coast and because to is the younger of i Tho two i prefer Keith. Gardam Tal splendid defence but should stand near cry to his work instead of crouching. Ike is a Good fieldsman which is Moro thai can be said of some of the others Cli Owry by c. Blake is Deba Najj because his association has not affiliated with the . Cricket Council. I Len nine in a map in null tin Lily views about coastal Cricket yours of. . I Burnie. _ i to the editor., i sir in Friday s Issue i read a i which interested me. Signed Obser relating to the . Coast v. I Cricket match and the recent i shield matches and the generally Standard of the play. Hut he offer reasons Why the game has gone Back no ? suggestions for the uplifting of s i have been keenly interested in Eri on the coast for a number of years i Ray that Cricket is not nearly so a it was before the War. I sure that Cricket is feeling the blow i that source As in other in lab of before 1014 there was More class Dis lion. If there wore two teams in town you would find Bank managers assistants leading business people. In one team Tho other comprised working Clas. But War knocked this in the head it put men on a n equal footing socially mid As Ali Etc Money to Burn Tho Young Man could St no to the social Standard and go i there and everywhere play Tennis Day Cricket to Morrow and Golf the lowing Day in muttered Little to him to were dropped from one game he co take up another. Therefore his play Leri rated. Until our individual play make up their minds to concentrate the game they play they will never _ come champions. One can Prentice j is lunch in his mind As at the net fact the mind rules the body. How nit do we hear in said lie would have no a Champion if he had Only stuck to i yes. Stuck to the youth that gives Promise on l Cricket Field let me say. That is i Golden Opportunity there never was so a Chance for coastal cricketers conf irate of Tho game go to practice. Iii Tho life and one Day you will be a Man in your Clara. Now is to observers Leam to pm against a victorian eleven j. Am not i together in Linc with him. He think there should be two Middle aged men no Tho Side and a Ono lie Naines j. Jet Dox. To know this Man has made i of runs in club Cricket bul he Luis la several tries on the turf and i Enlil remember him once doing any Good would say that we want the very of team pro curable any preference when equal ground to be Given to the Youngf players. In the first Pince we a men with turf experience. So my clinic would be 1 Keith Davis Captai Good All Rounder with the experience a cessury., 2 Tim Field Delora Nesaw this Man play against launce.1" with a coast Side and consider he p v a Good an exhibition with the hat any of the City men a Good slow Chan Bowler and excellent Field. 3 Smith Devonport Bateman. 4 Filleul Leve batsman c. Blake 0 ciliary head batsman h. Tattersall a by batsman l. Armstrong Wick keeper and opening hat t. Summers a Rounder r. Pearson All Rounder Smith fast Bowler j. Sly fast Meda Bowler. Emergency All Rounder Davis emergency Bowler weeks i i Omine. Yours etc., " ? observer no

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