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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

i Ai . , ooall I News. ý'lio llxIllCr?ll CllokCubiro to linve, an ,init, irnowfllpolomit The fla T'lh tormor is nA gift of lr. J ,I. Danly, and the latter the giftt of Mr. T.' Cook. ,Ili theI necbillt of'tli' ileeting ~l tle' Donll caster Shiro Council, which appeared ill our istnu, of the 2'(ilh Heptembellr we reported 'botMl- Ens nd lieckett, o Melbou rne, solicitors. 1eq ,bliuvo that tie stcatelntiits IinIlu Igasinst llem are without foundation, and we regret that they appeared in our colunins. [Thi' apology would have been published in our last ,wek's ilsue, lit w?t !'diI? ot 'tIih1i/0 fleiont-'j1i. to ilnsorA tlhq samel]. Openlhng'survi?a? will be condiic'led in St. Johln'i .Church of England, llnckburn, on .Su?iday nextLat Ii U.i -.welie tlieo 1lv. W)n. (,rein' wildll e olfitci, thilil Holy Coill nliiiiioln will be 'adlminltt'ereil. In thi even. Ing, 'at 7 p.il,'tilo,.'T, (. Perks, A.K.C., llural cno. will take ,thu1! rc. CrV Judllging' fraoin thellU n hileresW int lins nirend...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

I'lloSd is tho 1Iiu tiQy .l-id for II - recuiviog lit tho linlids of tho -t."e. -I'lhorooelan-l-bo-l-,doubriill-lU tl-lllnindl-of iny linn who liats ilvolud ltny littll tion to tho itluiect, thait thlo ltiulii'r -aro,-on- tlho-wliolo,-vory.- badly-ulod. T0liouy Ihvu to work vory hinrd, hllave to to llulltrgo n Hovo li'ilrKi 'jiitylrlii i ilg, nld i tliuho edllnro-'eorycl'^ooidly rauiiiilriailud. ''lio alllry thlly recrivu is Ilb.L "l) A ±l. CUI3iý w wit tih?io miomoi 6f tiu1y ai.1 lar 'rioding which tllty h)ave to. r Wul tIlroulgh ii order to qitalify thbli- t oeanuo e llicient teachers, A school iaster, has .to Ihe, yeard lin ith ll'.isrvid 'beforu. hl, is?tit'rusted with. tho icaro of ii sotllool ofaIny Hi.u; u1du!.iJ: a. Ionso. 'luenclo .hi alaryl is igao inaiill thati o li lnlsal, :b; mlonta iiconoimial , to 11 inklu 'bothl ends lut. Thei Shtat virtiully leu lblo Ip Jsio, Up,.o.pect l4 l'slalys, n1 tih tlair 111u51t i Of hapltll111)aUo tivtalhll h'? l futll akllfl ltmhclnulio wo...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARLINGTON V. SEYMOUR PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

' AnLus1.TQ% V. ji. tI1LQ14I1 PM(K; Thlse tebnll ilimt on Stiturd?y last on tIhe ground of the latter at Auburn, uand after a enjoyablo game resulted in a will for the Ar liugton. Tlhis tay be cotnsidered a feather hlitl r' ctp,, c ap,- lthn Sldyiobi'r fPlark are reekonll a very warm lot,"anil nreo Citered for thle ,ports. DOlpt. Trolphy. The scores wer1ro:-Arllington, RI; "'Himnour Park, 117. For the Arlingtoil, Kenst (21), TIawrence (16), Day (12). and Alb. I'llllpott (l2)batted ?:ell; anid lfor the l'ark, Delanoy (17) and Craig (1-1) ",wwro N.K thoety.v. ns r6wome ololside- 11ee.. "', For the winllrs Alb. l'hilpott :Was very incCessful with the ball, ntaking l; wickets for 12 runs. Waters also performed owell, with'2 for 16. Il. Alway, of tlho Camnlbcrwell, was theo mot successful bowlcer for hO'ymmour Park. Subjoined are the scores - L. Plhilpott .. 1 F. Waters .. Keast "*; 20 h .'Wators ' Juniper .. .. .. .. :I Day. . ... .. .. 12 Alb. Philpott .. .. .. 12 Lawrence .. .. .. ..I...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONT ALBERT v. PROSPECT HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

,MStJ AIEaT: T'" lhtouaetct lIl.t.. Those otlbs meoot iat CiaLborTroull ILt r -inter. daiy, nill after It very exciting gIalo, mIlla i draw :--Mont Albort, 15 ; P'rospHet lill, .15 for ti wickeots. Tho Molt Albert captnin (Lalconer) winning thue loss, decildd to liht, and uInt A. toleach and C. .1.Currio to the wickets. ],each waL clean bowled in the first over, and CurIrio was caught for two ill theo second. Blood and Cust tmanaged to keep in for ia fetw minutes together till Illood wis bowled by lRobiso?n. lFletner then joined Cust, anttd by steady, eareful, and ikeen bIttling, carried hli bit for 311. leach I., Ifllowedi Cust, anild luala : Hkin: e II., the next ? nI, was caught for 0t El; liot fohllhowinlg him, rool pihld .1 by " logging '"; T'hody tnad1i 5, Ifore bll b howlenld by nit " oT-brela " Evlanl rill tilp , and llnker, the last llnll, \was hotled secondl ball for (i. The flolding of the l'ro.;ipect II ill twavs good, land owitng to tho very poor battinlg of the BlMnt A...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Opening of the Cricket Season. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

Oponing of the Crickt Soeason. SThe cricket seasono of 1?IO.)l1 may beo aid to' Ihav? opojlnls'vwry , nunilolinnly. ; 'li weather last Saturday was all that could be desired, and was grratly appreciated by the different clubl, in tho ditrice who sent their Tlrophly teams into tho field angainst very fair scratch teaimi, and showed good frin. Tho Irophy which is to ho computed for is caust ilg a great aUlount of friendly rivalry among the different club: lntelorsted, nod, j1udgiinp by the preseunt nullobk, will no doubt be very onelirinal in forwnrding the noblo slrt in thel district. We are glad to seo thI koon in terest which is nnnifetell d by thIe plnyers, alld lhopo4hat each maltch will he fought out in a friendly liniller, so thnl at, the end of the conlpetition wo may congratulatoe tlio winninlig tenami on its prowess in theo cricket lilid. Next Saturday the comlputition beginsl, and nas it is to bi played on the point systeml, each club will relntin in until tho tinish. We mu...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Capital and Labour. ALEXANDER ALLAN. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

Capital and Labour, A\.usNDR AilrN. CONTISUD,. SWho has not-observod, as hn has walked the pleasant fields on a bright sunny day in sutunll r ltime, the busy littlo alit carry. ing, or it too heavy, 'h'agginu solme precious grain of food to its rnug tntderground store house. ' Wise insectlIt knows ift not by reasoning, yet by Intuitiollt'iit toe fruitless ground, the chilly winds, and tho' desolating floods .of winler are comling, o8, '-likon' " woe thrifty thing," it thinks not only of its daily wants, but the 'nedy lirot'ision for the " rainy day." Maan, like the ant,,possesses the ability to gather, or produce with a day's labor, more than is requircd for a dacy's use.' That this is true may be observed by a little reflection. Tlhink of :the human, parasites of society, infesting thlle streets of'nllF the greb?t cities of the worll, who "toil, not nor spin.', Then, of the thousands of ultlfoi'tuiath beings Lin charitable institutions who got food, clothing and shelter at the' dou...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

SPORT ING. CIICKET. 'IliTo opningl matelh of the seaoson wa: played by the Iex Hlill Cricket Club last Satlrday afternoonl, wheili the Trophy Eleven played Club Ieam of 17. Tile Club team wont to the wickets lirst, but owing to th.d splendid bowling could not make much of a stand, being all disposed of 11. When the Trophy El'ven went In to but the weakcnss of the bowling on the other side was at onceu apparent, the scor rOeaching 205 beforo the last wicket fell. Altogether a very enjoyable afternoon was spent, (lihe ox lill brass band enliveuing thie procccedings during the ganme with several soloutions of mulec, Thei full scores of each side are as fol. lows:- C(uln TI,:A3. *W. W\illiams, b Carson .. .. 2 11. Sweetland, run out .. .. 0 il. Williams, b Carson .. ,; 0 It. A. Button, b Caron .. .. 0 A. Johnstone, a leck, b White .. 2 D. Itobertson, b Carson .. .. 0 J. ,M'Donald b do ,, .. 0 J. t11. Kefford, b White .. .. 1 J. It. Daley, stpd., b White ., .. 10 CG. (latter, e SItueIc b...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Concert at Blackburn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

Condroit at Blackburn. Hii iox llill milld MialiUtI TOenipoimco Cinrni Soiety hleld a very siicoowfiii coiioorl n Tuesday evoi eiig I ni l11 Ilinckbuiirii tiall, '11w nIiucir wasil iiuciiiijoii by Cr. ihiOiiOp (ine of (Ih'e kc.joi~oliin;iit, who cnrriod ool 11w diiiiwii iiipperiaininig to hiu oiclen in no nfllcioent mainniorr. Thimprograin\IIn op)enedil with a pianmofIrte duint by Mlessrs. $nrpul milk 3i'lo'nmtii,' whiioch wnas very will playned. tThi ineuvitableo chanirman's address fYollowed,~ wiiiic'ii .Conmiinl, pII'ineipily iiC, thy gUbIjons of ite Socity,' whilio worn Intl +bfoWit ºii audieiince inn very cldoar imannenr. Almong 11w Iitl piuoenH of. tiho OveniIg wr ro-(Blie, (lipoy Chiorus,"' Obiigaiio. mid 'Chioruses, My llreaimi," "1 ironsiopt Unit' afar I haod uanderdoi,'" " Wos it n dreonam ?" by the Soiuiy; end "'11w He ioil Glnas," n trio by Messrs. IRowliy, hright and WoodsH song, W~ill o' the W'isp,'' by Mr. Clicritom ihunt aiid olhorus by Miscse NiciioHson aid 31'llhi ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Larceny of a Rug. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

Alltl, iid 1dT i'11111 court 'd Frid'rhy, before 1llessrt: l'1lliithworth (in the chair), Claiisil?, uidi Sittndp, ,I's.P., thrlui young mon1, nairod Ihlward lunt? 1.dwIard\Whootdhniads, and aohn `lti arn, ,'v'ry chargedi, ith s0thiug, a catrriilgo rug, valuod Lat 80i., itho pro luorty of Alfred W\atsol; of Rlchnloio, on the 22ind SeptolietLr.' .Tho i yilyncO wont to, shoW that the defendants haiiT boen doing the drllt,. I'r 'tiarlai oil thalt.day in tl~eo distiract: hinyltvd isiba 1litclhall and lingwood ijta'lt tt'wo-whoil led trap, to whichld wIas harnessed ai spltkiiig hlory stood, in tiualonig their, calls theyl;liud b?on very incouoesful, and hadul rlpeatodly toasted the 11oalth of " sucecus ' , by putting till ian _'nomy down thli' thrloats to lilcll away thelir brains," ' They linisliod up thoir cday's "onling by cilling tat 1]ost (Gromnann's, in liox lHill, whero they agai'i rplenislhl d l tho innor Iman to such 'taln extont thatClo th lrlIn descrilbLd themIn as hling " thr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. John's Church of England, Blackburn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

St. Joh's Churlch of England, Blackburn. \An ilteresting and important Ceronmoly w'as performed on Mondally evenlig last at llackbturn. The memol bers aind adhllerents of that denminllhijtion in that suburb hllving erected ai neat little church, the conlsecrationl service was held on the above evening, the liitho tll f Melboulrne olliciating. The church wast crowded to over(lowingli , lld tile Ilishop prenached an earnetst and naproprinto sermion that held the attention of all present' 'The suhject of the discouure was well treated by tihe preacher, 'who ntclmtionied how, in yeSar gone by, the church had 'lost lvnh. |n.l e n. .l+ - e111n.. wll.s tl 11.gt i -i.nlhl | itll to diroect nd control the zeal nudt energy of Iheir Inatures, promlinent nlllong whoml was lohll Wesley. But now, the church having tearmed by i;inful experience, that the pro gross of Christiality wans not aided, but rather retarded, by those who snat t ease; or performeld their service in inintless Apathy, urged i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Concert at Ringwood. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

Concert at tRilngwood. A grand vnriety entertainmento ws hold in the ltiungwood liall oil \'Weillesday eveni?lg, lth October, in naid of the Centralt linlgwood Cricket Club. 't'hero was a larglo tlullndlanco, Ialln the entrtalltinnlllt was II really IJrstluiHas ono. 'Th1 Iallwtllhornl Huilower, Minstrel 'roupu kindly volunotered their services, nnd iaquitted Ilnellslves in lSt-cieLlaus Stylo. Thu jokes were well-llint, Inld were very pointed, Several lonal hits beingl well made. The performanlllcll of thu ]"llngwood l1ii1d" was comllical, uid provoked roalr of laughter. T'hn Seold pairt consisuted of Songs, duICets, and recitllatiouln by hr. S clweeny oand Hiss lBrtownl, Mrs. JiLkinso?i, Mrh. IDoyle, 1Mri. (inno, Mir. lDailey, nlad iss lrown, all of w\lhoism amusedlll tlhe audiien:. Part 3 was very lenlerltining, antii was well aui clverly arlrililld out by the fIllliwing : (l. Perry, elue. lion; F. E ould, chllaracter song; 11. I11111d, ballad; N. l'asuimore, banjo ?oug I'. ?lhl. h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Reporter Trophy. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

Reporter Trophy. The contest for the above 'Trophy will commence to-morrow. There are seven clubs competing, viz.,-,Box Hill, Mitcham, Blackburn, Doncaster, Surry Hills, Canter- bury and Ringwood, all of whom are in good trim. The following is the order of to- morrow's play :- BOX HILL v. MITCHAM (at Box Hill.)- Box Hill team will be picked from the fol-   lowing-S. Anderson, 'T. Beck, R. Carson, E. Cook, W. Mender, E. Payne, E. Reid, J. Steele, J. Toon, A. Y. Ward, C. White, M. Williams, E. Weltis, A. Johnstone, and J. Brevier, Mitcham team will be chosen from -J. Batty, J. Cornwell, M. Cronan, E. Col- lings, W. Davis, A. Edgoose, J. J. Fargher,   A. and W. Moore, H. Pratt, D. Swift, T. Titus, W. Titus, C. Thatcher. BLACKBURN v. DONCASTETR (at Blackburn). --Blackburn team will be selected from-'T. Bail, H. Balder, S. Gannon, J. H. Jose, C. Londer, McLelland, J. H. McComb, E. O'Keefe, R. Park, E. W. Parry, T. Quarter- man, J. Lavory, S. and J. J Sneesby, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Banquet to the Box Hill Cricket Club by the President. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1890

Banquet to the Box Hill Grickot Club by tho President. -o-- After theo natch played between the Il.I.C.C. and next 18, the two teams with the oflnio-abdhrrs of tlo club und some visitors," adjolrned to the old schoolroom, Whlite Ilorso-road, at the invitation of Mr. .1. eorgeant., On enterliii tholl i'bon'il was fotI it'hllit a sumptuous ropast ihad bcon provided, and no tinme having been lost ample justiuo piwas dloiq. Tlipeolotlp-lltivii,,l lIoeen'rionbvcdi thio followligtoait.hlist was gone through : 'Theo usual loyal toasts having been duly honored, SMr.' (.1' V. 13lacliiuriio rose to pro poso " The Nunawading Shire Coun cil."i . ,llo Hiid tllit tlh Shiiro Council of Nunawading would hold its own with any council in the colony (hear, hoar); and whenever it had boen approaclUil on any rcasonablo mlattcr by ratupayers it'liad'gon6 to work and I seon into tile matter. (Ilear, hicr.) At present it was doing its best to be ooctiuplihr u. (ea arry;, o arm li belibved thlit thli would ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Tables Turned. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

The Tables; Turned. Ono plensant spring day, a numboer of years ago, a farmor hliing in the foothills of the Catskill mountains deooided that ,aslwi. add boon working vory ardl for the feow weeks preceding t th tho of our story, preparing his ground for the early crops lie would takeio little timo for recroittion and' iliprovo it by a run through the forests with his (dog and gun. Accordingly, about I o'clook on tho day mentioneud, he shouldered 'his 'guln and ammunition, and, calling his dlog, off they, started: ,'They had not penetrated the forest very far when the dog started a rabbit. " lBang ' spoke the gun, and th?q little ,ore?turo fellt doald. 'A little fuirthbr oil: the mans saw a lproi?ty gray squirrol sitting on the limb of a tree, nibbling at a anuti' all unconscious of dangor, anid he shared the sanmo ateo. 'thus they proceedlod killing overything in the shape of bird or boast which they oecountered until about noon, wheln, becoming tired aud hungry, the tman sat dolv u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONT ALBERT V. WALTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

MnosT AihBIm+IIT v. \VAh"IrtIAM ' 'This match waII pIlayed last Saturday at Hurroy Hill, aid resulted in a win for AMont Albert by ILI runs. 'The Mont Albert elected to bat, thir captain (lalconer) winning the toeL. FlceII an llltllood went to the wickets and k'pt togethlcrrfor a while, until Il]ond was run out, after having mtado I. C. J. Currie, joined Flalconer, and imagining himself too good for the bowling, ran out nll "dragged " a straight ball, with thll rsalt that he missed it. lie accordingly retired aifter having made 0. Afg Fraser joilnd UIalconer (who all his time was runl inhg up a score) aid nade Ia few good hits, retiring. at last, with six to his credit. Jim Cust then followed, ald played very steady, making 21, when hle was run out. A. Leach next joined Falconor and batted well. In a short timie, however, Falconer retired, having played a remarkable steady bat for 23. lie host ever gave two chances inl the slips, which were mi.sed. F. Leach joined his brother, and m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. BOX HILL V. MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

SPORTING. --:a: ItI 'ORI' I 'TEi1t T1OPIY MATILCI,8H. Iox lihh, v. M 'rrlt.thr. A gloomy wet morning at utred badly for a leoinancellellt of the t roplIy latnches last. Saturday, but owing to the llox llill groum.l being high and dry, coupled with the fact of an asphalt pitch auld tIl rain ceasing, the local team met Mitcham anld tried con elusions ; the game, as far as it has gone, is in favor of the fornior team.; The game didl not start punctually, but Meador having won the toss front Titus, decided on taking the field, which, as the result proved, was the best thing to do. The first representatives for Mitcham were Cornwell and Edlgoose, but the partnershi p was soon dissolved, the latter being bowled by White without scor ing, 1--0-1. W. looro next appeared ant played very cautiously ; his leg glances being very effective, a steady stand was made until the score reached 25, when Cornwall was run out owing to the smart Ilolding of iPayne. 2--13l-25. Moore soon followed, bIing cl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Wesleyan Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

Box Hill Wesleyan sunday School Aimiversary. Tho Ilfth anniversary of the abovo Rchool was ceclbrated oil Hunday last, whel three special sermons were doelivered. The paulpit iI the miorning aund evening wa occupled by the 11ev. A. Jolly, and in thile lternoon thu R1ev. (ieo. Paul gave an interestcilg nddrrss to the scholars antd their friends. On each occasion there was it Inrge attendanc.e, anlt lspecial hymns were lsullllg by the chiltren, On Monday evening thu usual Itn and pub. lie mieting was hold, plesided over by Capt. (.arsid, of Surrey hills. lluringl the even. ing the scholars sang and recitd in ait very creditable manner. .The anti versary was an great success.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DONCASTER V. BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

J)oScAUrEII V. JILACKI)UIIN. Who 4Ivu a ntc YV wuCQUIIIUIUCQd oil CIio ;1ruiid)do: liu , former last Haturday. '1'hu pitch was in very fair condition. Thu llackburn went to thie wickets first, and it was o0ving to Sthi 'qxcollont' bowlIng oftiG. Ioullun that th?,' weirodisiposed offqr 107, of iy{fwolitl'n'rk iii.do .9? h Theo DoJncastcr thoa went in, but wero unable to stand against the bowling of . Hnecasby, losing six wickets for ltj rans; j 1 ,;' .~ Appeiided aro the full scores: II. l'Park, b Jolhllstollo .. .. : S.jLonder b r. U!i Jliiz t ).. H. Hneesby bi do . :I Calder, b do .. ... :. O'Kefo.. O M'Colnbu, run outL ; 22 E. W. l'nrry, b WV. nlhnlen 5 'T. Quartermanu, b G. Bullin .. 10 af'Lellanu b do .. ,, 1 J.1. 1. Heesby, b do .. .. Skeels, not out .. .. 2 B)yes .. .. . 4 Total .. .. 107 Ioxc.ssrae. Johnstone b.I. 8noosby .. I G,: ]iullen, b' dlo;'. . Whitton, aM l'Comb, b O'Keefo if J. Cronhin, b H. iesaby .. I Mays, b do. .. 0 \V. White, b O'Keefo .. .. 2 Byes .. .. 2 Total...

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CANTERBURY V. RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

CANTRIIIIUII V. 1]N3IWOOiD. This match was colmncnccd laut Satur day on. tile ground of the formier. The wer thor was 'iot by any means favorable, but luckily the afternoon kept line, bringing out Slfair nuimber of slectators. J. MackiC was clelted skipper of the Canterbury, and M'Coolnb captained the lliilgwood. The visitors wlon the tos, and decided to take advantage of the wicket. Stwindonl and Car. rington opened the batting for RIingwood to the bowling of Winton and Osborne. Car. rington hit Winton for :I; Swindon snicked Osborne to leg, and owing to the smart field. ing of Edllmonds, Carrington was riun out for I. Johnson joined Swindon, who was clean bowled by Winton for 5. lei was sup. plantedl by Miller. Johnson took up the attack, hitting Osborno for 2, andi again for 1. Miller cut Osborilo for 2. Piggott then wvnt on, anid kept down the runs. olohnsoni was canught in Winton's next over for 12. Strachan joined Millor, who was olean bowled by Winlton after making 2. M'Coomb...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

.-, 1 L ocal' News. The followilit letter has been received by Mr. Albert E. lBrown, of IHawthorn, in n-. (kiiowlolgetubhtt of a gold niedal forwarded to her ladyship the Countess of llopctotun to comnimenoraito lawthorn being prolaalimed a city:-" Mr. Albert E. Brown, Sir,t-I nn desired by the Countess of Hopoton to n.c kiowledqu thioe - oeipt of, lild to thank you ey irrlily lor li moditl in coiiiiiitiiiioritlion o( the Xisit of his Excellency tile (lovernor, it, lati horn, which you havo booeen so good .n to seill t)er. Lady llopotouni Is very cn-. siblo of the expressions of syiupthly convoyed to her in your letter. I am, yours filthfully, I,. W. Wallington, Privateo Hucrotary. . (o v.lertenit hlouse, Melbourine', Oct. 10, 1800." Thle medal iwas of 22 carets gold and enclosed In lia volvot ase of blueiio aid yellow (llopotouni col9i1rs), ot tloe obverse. View of Town Hall. Thn words Inscriliod ol tie mocidal are " Towi ihulltt, Itooted eIi-'i ;" and the verno : " In comnilioinor...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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