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LAWN TENNIS, This tournament was continued on Thursday in fine weather, and before a large attendance. Good progress was made, the championship event being moved along another stage, R, Williams, G. W. Ilillyard, and F. C. P. Forster going into the second round. Subsequently Hillyard and Forster met in the third round, the match being an easy one for Hillyard, who, playing in fine style, came out with the score 6.1, 6-2. In the open singles Hillyard went into the fourth round by the retirement in the third round of F. H. Pearce. After deciding one set by 6-1, S. H. Smith, the cup holder. and C. H. Ridding also got into a similar position, Smith beating A. H. Greening repeatedly with his celebrated fore-hand stroke. Ridding also dis- posed of B. L. Burgess in the open doubles. The probable rivals for championship were together against E. V. Jones and Pickering, and came out easy viotora. There was also a stiff fight between Smith and R. Williams in opposition to the Brothers Burgsss, but the latter, though wihning tht first set, were ultimately worn down. The Riseleys also disposed of Kingsley and Greening, and got into the fourth round.

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