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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL.

WATER POLO.

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WATER POLO. ENGLAND v. SCOTLAND. The international water polo match was decided at Edinburgh on Tuesday. At the start play was even, the Scotchmen, if any- thing, having an advantage. Sharrock had a shot which struck the crossbar, but shortly afterwards Hamilton scored for Scotland. Half-time—Scotland, one goal; England, nil. England opened the second half in fine style, and at length Jarvis beat Marshall. Vigorous play followed, and Scotland came again, Hamilton scoring a second goal. England played up strongly to equalise matters, but the game finished-Scotland, two goals; Eng- land, one goal. The match was a very hard one, and on the whole the winners deserved their victory.

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