A private message recoived from Dunedin this morning states that owing to tho remarks of tfho Otago Union about the English tour of the proposed New Zealand toivm, one guarantor has withdrawn his support, but it ia hoped to replace him. rho annual match between the D Battery and Wellington Navals was played at tfoo Athlotic Park on Saturday afternoon, resulting in a win for tho Battory by three points (a try) to nil. From a scrum in the second spell tho ball went out smartly to the wing three-quarter (Staveloy), who, after a capital run, scored tho only try of tho game. Mr. W. M'Kenzio made an impartial referee.
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FOOTBALL., Evening Post, Volume LVIII, Issue 68, 18 September 1899
FOOTBALL. Evening Post, Volume LVIII, Issue 68, 18 September 1899
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