An influx of New Zealand footballers to Sydney is taking place, the attraction being the matches against the Englishmen.—Sydney Referee. Frank Surman, who came across with the New South Wales, representatives a few years since, and subsequently settled down in Auckland, is playing with the Ranwick Club, Sydney, this season. The cornstalks will find Surman a wonderfully improved man, as it was on this side that he had the finishing touches given to his football education.—N.Z. Herald. The following team will represent the Tomoana Football Club in their match with Te Aute to be played at the Stortford Lodge grounds on Saturday next: —Gascoyne, Wallace, Wells, McKegney, Fussard, Stubbs, Heron, Jago, Brandon, McGreavy, Jacks, Horn, Vile, Plummer, and 1011, Emergencies : Turner, Stevens, Smith, McGregor and Taylor. The following will play for Clive against Te Aute on Saturday :—Caldwell (8), O'Connell (2), Bissell (2), Coghlan, Caulton, Wallace, Gordine, Collinge, Joll, Merritt, Sutherland. The following will represent the Caledonian third against the West End at the Spit, commencing at 1.45 sharp : J. Griffen, A, Nicholson, D. Nightingale, Walker, Mitchell, Jones, Caughley, J. Pirie, Flynn, Robinson, Amner, Heifford, Roulston, Smyrk, Skele; emergencies, Ireland, Cowan. Sheehan, The following will represent the Caledonian second against the Napier Guards at the Spit, commencing at 8.15 sharp: J. M'Carthy, A. Walworth, D. Nicholson, Russell, Reed, Davidson, Fortune, Munroe, Clarke, Stevens, Minnett, Falvey, Fraser, Phillips, Mahoney ; emergencies, Walker, Caughley, Flynn. Napier Ist v. Pirates Ist at Farndon : —Cornford, Bowman, Wi Ilape, Wood, Fraser, Barclay, Baker, Merritt, H. Wilson, G. Munroe, Heath, Potter, Palmer, Saxby, Cotterill; G. Beatson, M'Vay, Macassey, harry, Bryson, F. Wilson. * Napier 2nd v. Pirates 2nd:—N. Balharry, D. Orr, Margoliouth, Beatson, M'Vay, Macassey, Neagle, Turnbull, Bryson, F. Wilson, M'Carthy, B. Aplin, Shirley, Farrell, Roulston; emergencies, Lawrence, Humphries, Sellar, Dobson, M'Lernon.
I STOPPED THAT COUGH and CURED A very bad cold by a single bottle of I?r Pascall's Cough Mixture. Signed, C, M'Donald. 1/6 and 2/6, Ecclea, Chemist, Hastings Napier.—As>y%,
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Football Notes., Hastings Standard, Volume IV, Issue 13, 11 May 1899
Football Notes. Hastings Standard, Volume IV, Issue 13, 11 May 1899
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