News from 1885 INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT


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MAB note: Over two days of team competition on 30 April and 1 May, the players from Victoria defeated the players from New South Wales 37 matches to 26.

The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 April 1885
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INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
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At 11 o'clock to-day the intercolonial lawn tennis match between New South
Wales and Victoria, commences at the Association Cricket Ground, Moore Park,
and a very exciting contest is expected, both teams being in good form. The
play of the Victorians has been much admired by the spectators who have been
looking on during the last two days. Some very good courts have been
prepared, and the arrangements for the comfort of visitors have been
sedulously looked after by the committee. Luncheon will be obtainable on the
ground. Play every day will cease about 4.30. Mr. J. Bruce Ismay, of the
Northern Lawn Tennis Association, England, has kindly consented to act as
referee during the match.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 May 1885
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INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
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The draw for the undermentioned matches has resulted as follows:

1.LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Miss Lee plays Miss Rodd
Miss Fitzgerald plays Miss Scarvell
Miss Bloxsome plays Miss Lamb
Mrs. Murray plays Miss Gordon
Miss Gibson a bye.

2. GENTLEMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Mr. Rolin plays Mr. Carnegie
Mr. Martin plays Mr. Webb
Mr. Frayer plays Mr. Highett
Mr. Whyte plays Mr. Ismay
Mr. R. Allen plays Mr. Walker
Mr. Riddell plays Mr. A. Allen
Mr. King plays Mr. Campbell
Mr. Cropper plays Mr. Fitzgerald
Mr. Clive-Smith plays Mr. Moore
Mr. Salmon plays Mr. Bloxsome.

3. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CHALLENGE PAIRS
Mr. Clive-Smith and Miss Lee play Mr. Gibson and Miss Gibson
Mr. Ismay and Miss Scarvell play Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb
Mr. Whyte and Miss Manning play Mr. Gordon and Miss Gordon
Mr. Webb and Miss Macdonald play Mr. Fitzgerald and Miss Fitzgerald
Mr. Reddell and Miss Bloxsome play Mr. Coldham and Miss Cox
Mr. Salmon and Mrs. Want play Mr. Martin and Mrs. Murray
Mr. Metcalfe and Miss Rodd a bye.

4. GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Messrs. Walker and Colville play Messrs. King and Rolin
Messrs. Cropper and Fitzgerald play Messrs. Allen and Allen
Messrs. Martin and Webb play Messrs. Whyte and Highett
Messrs. Morris and Jenkins play Messrs. Salmon and Ismay
Messrs. Frayer and Clive-Smith play Messrs. Sweetland and Paterson
Messrs. Reddell and Coldham play Messrs. Campbell and Wardell.

The entries for the above matches have proved far more numerous than the
committee dared at first to hope for, but hard work (for getting up a lawn
tennis tournament entails an immense amount of work, which only those who
have gone through it can well realise) has been well rewarded by the
quantity and also the quality, of the entries. Some of the matches for the
Ladies' Championship will assuredly be very closely contested and well worth
seeing, for, although the gentler sex cannot compete on equal terms with the
opposite sex at lawn tennis, yet there are many of them whose play is
sufficiently good to make it "hot" for some who have entered for the
Gentlemen's Championship. The entries for the Gentlemen's Championship of
New South Wales number 20, each class being well represented, and amongst
them may be noticed the names of such good players as Messrs. Riddell,
Whyte, Martin, Webb, Coldham, Highett, Ismay, Salmon, Cropper, and
Fitzgerald. This event will be of quite a international character, as
representatives from England, New Zealand, Victoria, Tasmania, and this
colony have entered. For the Gentlemen's Double Championship some very
strong pairs have entered, amongst them being Messrs. Riddell and Coldham,
who were unbeaten in the intercolonial match, and it will take a very strong
pair to wrest victory from them. For the Ladies' and Gentlemen's Challenge
Pairs, 13 pairs have entered, and some very good matches will be sure to
result, and picking the winners would appear to be about as hard as finding
the proverbial needle. The success of the Victorians in the intercolonial
match last week was not altogether unexpected, their play in the double
matches being very superior to that of our players, and to this they owe
their victory. We are requested to draw players' attention to the
alterations that have been lately made in the rules with regard to service,
and for their information we publish the following extracts from rules 7 and
9, which show the alterations made:-7 : "The server shall stand with one
foot beyond (i.e., further from the net than) the base line, and with the
other foot upon the base line, and shall deliver from the right and left
courts," &c. 9 : "It is not a fault if the server's foot, which is beyond
the base line, do [sic] not touch the ground at the moment at which the
service is delivered." Another alteration to which we would draw players'
attention admits as legal the return of a ball which passes outside either
post, providing it drop on or within any of the lines which bound the court
into which it is returned. The matches commence to-morrow at 11 o'clock
punctually with the first round of the Gentlemen's Championship; at 12
o'clock the first round of the Ladies' Championship will be played off; and
at 2 o'clock the first round of the Ladies' and Gentlemen's Challenge Pairs
will be played off; whilst at 3 o'clock the first round of the Gentlemen's
Doubles will be played off. Spectators will have a very full day's play to
witness. To-day the entries for the Gentlemen's Veterans' Match and the
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Scratch Pairs will close. Entries are to be made to
the hon. secretary on the ground. Spectators can obtain luncheon on the
ground at 1 o'clock.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 May 1885
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INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
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At 11 o'clock yesterday morning the matches in the tournament were commenced
at the Association Grounds, Moore Park. The attendance was much larger than
on either day last week. Possibly this was owing to the ladies' matches
proving a great attraction to most of the spectators. The day was very
favourable for lawn tennis, there being little or no wind, but the presence
of a band of music would have much enhanced the day's sport. The results are
as follows:

GENTLEMAN'S CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES

First round.
Mr. Rolin beat Mr. Carnegie
Mr. Ismay beat Mr. Whyte
Mr. Highett beat Mr. Fraser
Mr. Riddell beat Mr. A. Allen
Mr. R. Allen beat Mr. Walker
Mr. Fitzgerald bent Mr. Cropper
Mr. King beat Mr. Campbell
Mr. Salmon a walk-over
Mr. Moore beat Mr. Clive-Smith
Mr. C. Bloxsome, absent.
Mr. Webb beat Mr. Martin

Second round.
Mr. Rolin beat Mr. Highett
Mr. Webb beat Mr. Moore
Mr. Allen beat Mr. King
Mr. Riddell beat Mr. Ismay
Mr. Salmon beat Mr. Fitzgerald

LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES

Miss Rodd beat Miss Lee
Miss Fitzgerald beat Miss Scarvell
Miss Lamb beat Miss Bloxsome
Miss Gordon beat Mrs. Murray
Miss Gibson a bye

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CHALLENGE PAIRS

Mr. Clive Smith and Miss Lee beat Mr. Gibson and Miss Gibson
Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb beat Mr. Ismay and Miss Scarvell
Mr. Whyte and Miss Manning beat Mr. Gordon and Miss Gordon
Mr. Fitzgerald and Miss Fitzgerald a walk over, Mr. Webb and Miss Macdonald
absent
Mr. Coldham and Miss Cox beat Mr. Riddell and Miss Bloxsome
Mr. Salmon and Mr. Want beat Mr. Martin and Mrs. Murray
Mr. Metcalfe and Miss Rodd a bye.

GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES

Messrs. King and Rolin beat Messrs. Walker and Colville
Messrs. Allen and Allen beat Messrs. Cropper and Fitzgerald
Messrs. Martin and Webb beat Messrs. Whyte and Highett
Messrs. Salmon and Ismay a walk over, Messrs. Morris and Jenkins absent
Messrs. Fraser and Smith a walk over, Messrs. Sweetland and Paterson absent
Messrs. Merewether and Merewether beat Messrs. Campbell and Wardell
Messrs. Riddell and Coldham a bye.

GENTLEMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP.-First Round: The matches between Messrs. Highett
and Fraser and Messrs. Moore and Clive Smith were of a very close and
exciting nature. Mr. Rolin satisfactorily accounted for the New Zealander.
Mr. Ismay very easily defeated Mr. Whyte, and Mr. Fitzgerald rather
unexpectedly easily beat Mr. Cropper. Second Round: Mr. Rolin beat Mr.
Highett after a tough match, and Mr. Salmon defeated Mr. Fitzgerald, after
playing every game it was possible to play, which shows the game was very
stubbornly contested. Mr. Riddell defeated Mr. Ismay both sets, at six games
to three, Mr. Ismay's play being distinctly inferior to that shown by him
when playing Mr. Whyte.

LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP.-Miss Rodd beat Miss Lee, two sets to one, and only
needs to play a little more steadily to develop into a very good player.
Miss Lamb's volleying and placing was quite too much for her opponent. Miss
Gordon had a hard contest with Mrs. Murray, and Miss Fitzgerald found she
had no mean opponent in Miss Scarvell.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S CHALLENGE PAIRS.-Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb found
doughty opponents in Mr. Ismay and Miss Scarvell; Mr. Coldham and Miss Cox
beat Mr. Riddell and Miss Bloxsome, after some close and exciting play; Mr.
Salmon and Mrs. Want beat Mr. Martin and Mrs. Murray by two sets to one,
after losing a love set to commence with.

GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE CHAMPIONSHIP.-Messrs. Allen and Allen created a surprise
by wiping out Messrs. Cropper and Fitzgerald by two sets to one.

To-day, a round of the gentlemen's singles will be played at 11 o'clock, a
round of the ladies' singles at 12 o'clock, a round of the ladies' and
gentlemen's challenge pairs at 2 o'clock, and a round of the gentlemen's
doubles at 3 o'clock. The scratch pairs and the veterans' match will also
commence at half-past 2. The Honorable James White has kindly presented a
five guinea prize, which will be contested for by the veterans.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, 6 May 1885
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INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
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The second day's play at the Association Ground, Moore Park, resulted in
some very interesting and exciting matches. There was again a large and
fashionable attendance. The committee, with a view of making the affair
more complete, had engaged a band, which played a good selection of music
during the afternoon, and we understand has been engaged to play, again
to-day. The play resulted as follows:

GENTLEMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES,
THIRD ROUND

Mr. R. Allen beat Mr. Rolin ... ... ... 6-2 6-3 4-6, 6-4
Mr. Riddell beat Mr. Webb ... ... ...6-2 5-6 6-4 6-0
Mr. Salmon, a bye.

LADIES CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES,
THIRD ROUND

Miss Lamb beat Miss Rodd ... ... ... 6-2 6-5
Miss Gordon boat Miss Gibson ... ... ...6-3 6-1
Miss Fitzgerald, a bye.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S CHALLENGE PAIRS,
THIRD ROUND.

Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb beat Mr. C. Smith and Miss Lee ... ... ... ... 6-2
6-2
Mr. Fitzgerald and Miss Fitzgerald beat Mr. Whyte and Miss Manning ... ...
...6-2 6-2
Mr. Metcalfe and Miss Rodd beat Mr. Coldham and Miss Cox ... ... ... ... 6-3
2-6 6-3
Mr. Salmon and Miss Want, a bye,

GENTLEMAN'S DOUBLE CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES,
THIRD ROUND

Messrs. King and Rolin beat Messrs. Allen and Allen ... ... ... ... ... ...
6-2 6-2 6-1
Messrs. Salmon and Ismay beat Messrs. Martin and Webb ... ... ... 4-6 2-6
6-4 6-3 6-2
Messrs Riddell and Coldham beat Messrs. Fraser and Clive-Smith ... ... ...
6-1 6-2 6-0
Messrs. Merewether and Merewether, a bye.

GENTLEMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP.-Mr. R. Allen found a doughty opponent in Mr.
Rolin, and the play of both was of a very high class. Mr. Webb was expected
to make a better fight with Mr. Riddell than he did. Mr. Riddell winning
fairly comfortably by three sets to one; some of the rallies were very good,
but a little more low volleying would much improve the play of both.

LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP.-Miss Rodd gave Miss Lamb, especially in the second
set, a lot of trouble before she was beaten; both competitors showed good
form. Miss Lamb displayed the coolness of a veteran, and if Miss Rodd will
only take a leaf out of her book she will much improve her game. Miss Gordon
and Miss Gibson seemed thoroughly to enjoy their match, which ultimately
resulted in a victory for Miss Gordon.

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CHALLENGE PAIRS.-Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb quite
out-classed Mr. Clive-Smith and Miss Lee, who apparently gained their two
games in each set by sufferance. Mr. Whyte and Miss Manning could not make a
fight of it with Mr. Fitzgerald and Miss Fitzgerald, who won hands down. Mr.
Coldham and Miss Cox fairly extended Mr. Metcalfe and Miss Rodd, who only
got home by the odd set.

GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE CHAMPIONSHIP.-Messrs. King and Rolin playing well
together effected a surprise by their easy victory over Messrs. Allen and
Allen. Messrs. Martin and Webb won the two first sets against Messrs. Salmon
and Ismay (who had never practised together before the match), but lost the
next three sets; the form shown by all four was good, and the play, which at
times was exceptionally smart, was enthusiastically applauded. Messrs.
Riddell and Coldham had a very easy victory over Messrs. Fraser and
Clive-Smith, which was only to be expected, as their play, which was much
admired, proved to be of much higher class than that of their opponents.

The first round of the Veterans' Match was played in the course of the
afternoon, and those now left in are Dr. Shewen, and Messrs. G. N.
Griffiths, C. Griffiths, and S. A. Want. The first round of the Scratch
Pairs was also played. During the afternoon Mr. Jones, of Messrs. Kerry and
Jones, photographers, George-street, took a series of instantaneous
photographs of the tournament. To-day at 11 the fourth round of the
Gentlemen's Championship will be played, at 12 the fourth round of the
Ladies' Championship, at 1.30 the fourth round of the Ladies' and
Gentlemen's Challenge Pairs, at 2.30 the fourth round of the Gentlemen's
Doubles and the second round of the Veterans' Match. All players in the
Scratch Pairs and Consolation Match must be on the ground at 11.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, 7 May 1885
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INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
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Yesterday proceedings in the tournament at the Association Ground, Moore
Park, were considerably interfered with by the weather, which was
threatening in the morning, and settled down to a fine drizzle in the
afternoon, making the ground slippery and the balls heavy, to the detriment
of the players, who, under the circumstances, could not be expected to
show their best form. A large attendance is expected to-day, as it is the
last day of the tournament and all the final matches will be played. The two
pairs left in the Gentlemen's Double Championship are Messrs. Riddell and
Coldham (the crack Victorian pair) and Messrs. Salmon and Ismay, and a close
and exciting match may be expected. Messrs. Salmon and Riddell are the two
left in to compete for the Single Championship of New South Wales, and as
both men are playing in good form a grand match ought to result. For the
Ladies' Championship Miss Lamb and Miss Gordon are left in, and the match
ought to be interesting. The two players left in the Scratch Pairs are Mr.
Cropper and Miss Rodd, and Mr. Salmon and Miss Gordon, and in the Challenge
Pairs Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb have to meet Mr. Salmon and Mrs. Want. The
play resulted as follows:

LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP OF SOUTH WALES
Miss Lamb beat Miss Fitzgerald ... ... 6-2 6-4
Miss Gordon, a bye.

This was a good match, both showing good form.

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CHALLENGE PAIRS
Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb beat Mr. Fitzgerald and Miss Fitzgerald ... ...
6-2 6-5
Mr. Salmon and Miss Want beat Mr. Metcalfe and Miss Rodd ... ... ... ... 4-6
6-5 6-4

Tho second set, between Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb and Mr. Fitzgerald and
Miss Fitzgerald, was a very well contested one, the former pair playing well
at the finish. The match between Mr. Salmon and Mrs. Want and Mr. Metcalfe
and Miss Rodd was hardly contested throughout.

GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Messrs. Salmon and Ismay beat Messrs. King and Rolin ... ... 6-3 6-3 6-2
Messrs. Riddell and Coldham beat Messrs. Merewether and Merewether ... ...
6-1 6-1 6-3

Both these matches were very easy wins.

GENTLEMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Mr. Salmon beat Mr. R. Allen. 8-6 3-6 6-0 6-0
Mr. Riddell a bye.

Mr. Allen showed good form in the first two sets, but afterwards fell off in
his play. With practice Mr. Allen would make a first-class player.

SCRATCH PAIRS- Partners drawn by lot,
FIRST ROUND

Mr. Webb and Miss Bloxsonme beat Mr. King and Miss Manning ... ... ... ...
2-6 6-1 6-3
Mr. Cropper and Miss Rodd beat Mr. Martin and Miss Cox ... ... ... ... 5-6
6-1 6-4
Mr. Riddell and Miss Fitzgerald beat Mr. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Want ... ...
... 6-2 3-6 6-4
Mr. Ismay and Miss Lee walk over. Mr. Clive-Smlth and Miss A. Gordon absent.
Mr. Salmon and Miss Gordon beat Mr. Whyte and Miss Moring ... ... ...6-5 6-1
Mr. Fletcher and Miss Lamb beat Mr. Coldham and Miss Scarvell ... ... ...
6-3 6-3

SECOND ROUND
Mr. Cropper and Miss Rodd beat Mr. Webb and Miss Bloxsome ... ... ... ...
5-6 6-1 6-3
Mr. Riddell and Miss Fitzgerald beat Mr. Ismay and Miss Lee ... ... ... 6-2
6-2
Mr. Salmon and Miss Gordon beat Mr. Fletcher and Miss Lamb ... ... ... 6-4
6-4

THIRD ROUND
Mr. Cropper and Miss Rodd beat Mr. Riddell and Miss Fitzgerald ... ... ...
... 6-3 6-1
Mr. Salmon and Miss Gordon, a bye.

As will be seen by the scores, some of the above matches were very closely
contested.

VETERAN'S MATCH

FIRST ROUND
Dr. Shewen, walk over, Mr. Garrick absent
Mr. G. N. Griffiths, walk over, Mr. J. R. Jones absent
Mr. C. Griffiths beat Mr. Mansfield ... ... 6-2 6-1
Mr. S. A. Want, walk over, Mr. Walker absent.

SECOND ROUND
Dr. Shewen boat Mr. G. N. Giifflths ... ... 6-3 6-3
Mr. C. Griffiths, walk over, Mr. S. A. Want absent.

FINAL ROUND
Mr. C. Griffiths beat Dr. Shewen, 6-3 6-1, and won the 1st prize.

Mr. C. Griffiths and Dr. Shewen both showed good form, and can still make a
good match with players many years younger.

A consolation match for those beaten in the first and second rounds of the
Gentlemen's Championship of New South Wales was won by Mr. J. B. Ismay.

To-day, at the undermentioned hours, the final matches in the competitions
will be played:-At 10 o'clock, the Gentlemen's Single Championship; at 12
o'clock, the Gentlemen's Double Championship and the Ladies' Single
Championship; at 2 30, the Scratch Pairs; at 3.30, the Challenge Pairs; and
the prizes will be presented by Mrs. S. A. Want to the winners at 4.15.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, 8 May 1885
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INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS
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The last day's play in this tournament took place yesterday. The weather was
threatening in the morning, and in the afternoon it rained steadily and
persistently, which did not, however, prevent a fair number of spectators
from witnessing the matches. The play resulted as follows:

GENTLEMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Mr. Salmon beat Mr. Riddell ... ... ... 1-6 6-8 6-3 6-2 6-3

The play throughout this match was very good. Mr. Ridell took the lead in
the first two sets, and at one time looked as if he was going to win the
third set, which would thus have given him the match, but Mr. Salmon
eventually proved too good for him, as in the third set Mr. Riddell seemed
to be quite worn out, and in the fourth and filth sets did not make much of
a fight, Mr. Salmon ultimately winning easily, and thus becomes holder of
the New South Wales championship.

LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Miss Lamb beat Miss Gordon ... ... ... 6-5 6-4

Miss Gordon played up very well, but Miss Lamb's back- handed returns were
too good for her. The ladies all through played a fairly good game, but they
require to practice the backhanders.

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CHALLENGE PAIRS
Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb beat Mr. Salmon and Mrs. Want ... ... ... 6-1 6-1

This proved an easy win for Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb, but possibly the
victory would not have been so easy if Mr. Salmon had not had such a hard
day's work. As will be seen, Mr. Salmon was left in for the final in every
event.

SCRATCH PAIRS
Mr. Salmon and Miss Gordon beat Mr. Cropper and Miss Rodd ... ... ... 6-5
6-5

This was o [sic] very close match indeed, and some very good play was shown
by Miss Rodd, her volleying at the net being very good.

GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES.
Messrs. Salmon and Ismay beat Messrs. Riddell and Coldham ... ... ... ...
7-5 6-4 3-6 4-6 7-5

This was a very good match. Messrs. Salmon and Ismay won the first two sets,
but lost the third and fourth, and in the final set the Victorian pair had
four games to three called in their favour, the set ultimately being five
games all, and vantage games being played Messrs. Salmon and Ismay just won.

The tournament has been a great success, and ought to be the means of
increasing the number of players, and no doubt in the tournament to he held
next year we shall see a much larger number of ladies enter for the several
events open to them. Great credit is due to Messrs. Salmon, Clive Smith,
and Cropper for the very excellent way in which the tournament has been
conducted, everyone being well pleased and thoroughly enjoying the six days
at the Association Cricket Ground. Mrs. Want kindly presented the prizes.
 
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