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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

'":B' BUR.TON AND KNOX ,iti t .' ." ES'I'.\11I, I1E1 1 $'. S:CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ;;t Burwood Road, Hawthorn:''' Highost Awards Melbourne Ccntcunial and Adelaide Ex1 bitigd?sll, l'"o';!:3 'First Awards and 1 Second at the late National ' , ,r , i, Agricultural Society's Show. u'riLIs, U1ggie~, lutonns, (igs, &., in stock soid built :to odddr.m It . Pi,,WIhite Horsie Road, BoIx'L"Hill" " . 4, 4 7 l . * .11 1 manN And at Camberwell i 1. ;,ARI IAGE i.ano IlIl GY" HA'RI"NESS ' , I , , l' t.' .C , (,t. 1 ,I r ,! i 1 1(l? I I . ,I .1 C ; - --- . 1 I , . i I 1 77" l :evooldl-Maul thuirness hInI&tg , 1' 1 aknoil cm iii ?t, ,: ., ? ,,,,]:!,,,? ,!?!,,,:,,;;? :,?,? ,, ?'.' ,,';d"? r,.''?s}:. ... " ' ' MISSES.i CO~LLING STATION SrnaT;Ir, Ilo ~~~11 1 l,:. . ilatnolluch jth'aaiirc iii !inlortnuntr th'c Reabl· dil~l~lislila i V Rxljlt , ain't o ti i nthi dtatdttct that\ tlltc have a Laruo anti \'aracd Aasort Very~, Hpeci~olitlh· ·'ii·itllttiotiil (ilurscai Ladica' l3IoitgP s, Chijdie...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Local News. 'the 'wetl-lknow%%n tirlll of Carnegio and ,4nn, isthe Piitnfqrlte liportirs~, iutify ini anlother colulln that they havelt opelned now sholiwrooihs in Collins street (next to Mullen's). 'This flrmn hiave ncquired the roepltltitnjtl; good instruments, nud ls ilH ( 91 agenllts for the noted 1 .'eoll'" r'rglius, ItaIi?T In want of a reclly good i1nstrumtllent should liay theint a visit. The clhiireu ?telnding ,llu h l3lnckbur1n tntc Hichooi, No. 2'18, will give a concert ill the Ilecreation lhlll, Illckburn, onil Tliurs. ilay evening, 18th inst., for which ia very good progrliamme l .lit bdtAi r Atrdieiod, f r.' T. II. II. Muorton will preside, andl distribute the prizces,. )\Y'hitiviobeeu ihnforlnesdI by the secretary a the United Methodisl Church, tlox- ill, tllat the na allnniversary hl i bee a greit, linlncinl success. The receipts weroe 1;li i s. tId.; exeundlliture, £C 18s. 10d.; leaving a Sefdit balance of £1'2 ils. Ill, i We hiave rc av d Ilitjlchlnsol's Aliinilu:,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

I 31- Xi atwo iare correct ill stating that during the past 12 months far niioru seirious calesi hluto bubon *llciild ,by, thellluolXtl1 lll ich 'ofI nliati'attu ithan lhns bumunthu' casi' illn inyiothit' uourtitbwi in tho Enastoui Sidburbas.I 'f th liui h at this bolii'a!i coinOpitrid with thiumlist, furnished Alit Kuiw/aniuld Tilw-.' thorn, whoer the population is more (deepr dye Ilvo beon tried jinJlox Sfilr.1 . tli ? tix l)inEtQ8.lenl. tiictd, weroe most of tllomnu. ce Ilnvt boon of a trilling nature. ' The cul bur of valuable horses some months igo,,~ui.4bdimEnld rtTro?ir own court. This -crull and serious crime was perpetrated in :itlip~;litrict. .'/.Only last weck wo, i'had two , nytorious 'rriniiil bro'uitlibt'iro'll>'c eJknchl oil tlip qleriist liityi'Orpl' bulwlu-ry anid N:l vi'y, lvhct'm b&to&of lhi'liost serious crilnos that caln ý,)b'hroi'Alit igalinsl 'Ahly felon." 'liho nIIrnwlho steals into i thi Iousotat iii't' ?i w ld not stoi at inuidl r iC liu ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

luil SPORTING. ---:0:- IHI'01POTI'.1 TROPHIIY ,MATCIIIS. Secretaries are politely requested to selind il the reportls of their maIItches lot later 1ox Ilthiv. I. l)oxs'iwr*ii. 'The fornir jclt joulrncyed to 1)oneaster' to play their first match for this season. The weather was decidedly hot and oppres sive and taxed the energies of all concerned. Considering the inportance of these imatcles,it is a greatl, ity that mllore attcn tint is inat psitld to. theo prlnloratioii of the L'gql?aty l)oncaaci, , .'a n ,not the sl.lightest en learouir Lhas been ilmade to have it even leovllcd; the grass hald grown on it and the Mannier the ball rose iip anll dodged about aisde ite Ipositively dangerous for the bints. loin, andl it was only by their agility that no:seriouis conisequcees resulted. ]lox 11I11 were the first to bat, Steele and Anderson, as' itisal, openiing{ ui l the gaieno but the former soons fll Ia victim to a shootor froln Jolinston. 1-.1-11 . 1E. Cooke came next, but after scori...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Chemistry of Common Life. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Th Chlloemistry of Common Life. - -:o: --- A very n Ule ntd intcrestling lecture oni the tbt ce slibject wa.%dlivered ill the IldepolId. ilt Ihll, liurell-strecet, Merllborne,'oll T'uoh. lday evcuipg last, ,by Mr. W..Q..Daunceu. h'leh lectlure was riven under the nunlpicoi of thI Architectural nnd Elnginee'ring Associa. lion, the president of the Society, Mr. G. V. Illareklurin, occupying the chair. 'lhere was Sfair attendancll , nd the lectlllur was well received and highly alppreciated by all iprosent. Mr. lbhickuirne, iln ntrodoling the lecturer. anid that during the past year the Assocna. tion hnd bcen fairly succesnfl. Since it Ihnd been i!taolte~llhich was only somob toe years, no losa ttan forty lectures had been delivered, anld out of that numlltber Mr. Wuwl h" ttiveol givqu yli, AI!, the loetures ciated by the nitmbers of thie association, as lhe felt surp thp present one woplt be. TIhere was oneo faIc'lld td?olldidd illd that was that the present lecture was going to bo th...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

'I , / IioridG lOAF4 A TIONS for W\'cok cuiding 11th I.)cecm.n bor, 1810, from Sluiro Ilnll lecords (Inkeit fit 11 n.m. daily, cxcpt Sundnys) :- 98th, 275-1 0t 2.3~i0. kn " 1 8thtlt, ;3,5.13. ; 0th, W., 10th, SW.; 11th, T'lhvrnozuotor juleo h1z 1r1-th, Inax. 711, ,zuin. ,lm, 1, ntiuz,. 3211th, (unx., 18, mii.i (It) 10 lthz,ainx. 7.1, muizi. (12 11th, bnnx. 7U ''it~(1.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eclipse of the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

IEclipso~oftiho Sun. A central ('clipfe3 of th~ sun1 tyjilI Ikp Once todal~y lt '12.30, 'STlfo appmrco diamnctcrs of theso 8 , sit , oqn iiý liol sO cnarly eqhal that'tl l t ab ulur cnear tellnes of begiuuuing and cud. 1013, and total near the middla. At MeI. bourne nearly halIf 411 ?tiii'p- tljajnett' 'Hilt bo coceced at the tuuq i l jaas . 'Thoe times0 will hobe follow :-~Tha ec ilpso begins 1211, 1w. ills.; greatest phase at lb. 22mu.; enid, at f hl -:Pllt!t lja. ;)raiIg31itul, O,48 times thi m ill dlatebr. Thu irt-t collllat takes plaice at 72deg. wast of sii'A south Inotlt, or 7lldeg. to the left of the vertax. The last oontact takes place at Iitde1J. to tlhe cast of tljo the the )so1h Inollt. In TVasmantiia and1( Now Zenlallcl Ilth eclilpse will bo larger than in Malbourne. T'hoeclipeo will ba iuibdygint Ilx,.lli jm4'l can. %qauldlli {1 s' en thrott 11 ii IWB e61· ilmoked b1hes'.

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Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Austalianli Na~tivos' Association. tuuijI~I.I~, hits h,,1 h iI I 1'1 *iiihsi; h .'i itta thu)II hshi\· (. 91 CIi1F u'ii II Ittih' (i(ej3,, O(IIH.JVutta itioct'ycith~uuhi up El.'ht . IY. huuaiothe venljlf. C". I. V. E. IuIooko socctory, It. 0. Icftord. ''ho othcir opines will reiquiro it ballot ni OIld niiiiibher oiiiiitcdexil exccli the numiibcr no soil, will iiiike Ii e Ii 110ective eprcct iin nexi itiiiug liight, wivthi is anI lialtyearly 0lie. heIi IIt A lllet clrniirli on cmlo visiiiting the Mont Alb ert. bral l1·lulr 011 JloltldaJ'liight.

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Races at Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

S1RicRarost,itdBdx Hill. : An fter'noon' raiceK ra held last Hatur. dly, i,\riglhi'4ypaddock, 11?ux Ilill. ,Thlero wats i good spriiinklhng of spectator anld a ivry, fair ,lluulor,of, hlorses.; TLTherd woro hlivlce races during lthe afternoon whiuh were runll il rellly Ilrst.icjllss styli';t MIr. A~A'oere pcll olleinted Its judge and vl teo entiro antis. faclion. ;I ., i :'e.4 ," , !: ~( l " , The following are the resulls of the racilg : ltix Illr, l.ISirC.tA fur a trophy value £II. SAboutt one mile. Ilr. J. II, Bates' Chaulpagne, Hst. Gilb,. S (A. Bate) I Mr. (. Wright's Jiumy, list. (P. Palmer) '2 Mr., U. 'right's J unda MU. (. Cockroft's Grcotolp, Het. Olb ((i. Cockroft) 0 MIJ. M'Craekeu'sc Tosser, H. ý. (Beha4i; 0 MrA, 1. J. Neh'ilsoii't" 1,'riendlvss,'lOpt.; 12b. . .. .. (Coibe) 0 Mr~ C. W.right's Tiny, 7st. 81b, ($latiop) 1'0 iMr W. ecdle's Wihl Irishmann 7st. (\V. Mate) (0 Bltting : orp d 1ulOi rl iaye. J Jt o Circentop nod ;toudui31,+;I. t. u n0 Ot sllr, Wopl easily. A btrr...

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Smart Arrest of Two Burglars. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL UPON THEIR OWN CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Smart Arrest of Two Burglars. --o? COalMIl'TEI) F 1'01I TIlIAl UPl'O TII Ell OWVN CONFIlESSION. Iloratio Glould and Joseph Coonhbs, two desperato.looking criminals, were charged: with burglariously entering the store pl tMr. S. Aspi'atll, -i i qx 1Hill,.p'ttton0 ?'n g of thIb lut, Nob?,elbrL'and .'tteain~' tlie"ehroill someo goods andt tobacco valued at £10. The prisoner Coomlbs was arrested by constabll tones in the coiling of an old ulnoccupliedl hut on Canterbury-road about three weeks ago. lie was coiled up in the ceilingl wllhen conshableo Jones, who had the _goqdI tff 'h ' lt ?h iW?y oo1 i 'ibif;ll i l ghthe aorturo', of thoe'eelliig, otblhrwl??l Ills sltiI would havo been smasihed in by the prisoner, who inforumed Jones that if ihe had been under theo ilmprcssion that lie had co(me to arrest hint he would have klnocked lhil on lo 1Ot> tyith a; 'ni lrp yl ]lull'utcrJg which lie' kj)it for'"thepurposo, Coom1b)s wooa j!ulde ,he lo jlprep?obn that it was his inaIe, whlo was re...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Box Hill Cotrt. lBefore Mr. Wiim. Ellinlgworth (it?'hocllair), lnd Captain Garside. -h'lrce youths, nained respeetivoly,: retorlek Arnold, (lee. mitli?:nld Alfi'ed BIrein, il?)VOreO charged by' Constable :',leJey, of Surrey lills, with stealing cherric asivalud at is., the property of Jas. Ainger, of JJalwyn. A witness named Box, )ho wn;as in?charge of the orclard, stated thaton the lstainstant lihe foundl the defendants in the garden. When they sac ii hin one of the accused tried to iake his escape, but he was soon ro.takon. lie handed them over to Constable Hlenley. T'hey did 10s. worth of damnage to the trees. Constable lIealey inforined teJloliichl thlat the prisoners had caused' hii a deal of trouble owing to the false names they hlad given him. i i ii"' giA Mr.u Blbi I,1' odPlitlit joa conmeeted with thie Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society, said l9y )qtold ldhke to !Rave tihe defendanits handtlcadoven to aila care, anid lioe woiud lind situations for theln in tlhe country. To s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Glories of Batching It. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

• 0o lo01'n s of Jatch1ing It. Just listen my friends for a littilp , ^ A tale I'll unfold in nmy vryLbet t Of three bachelors who live v_ ,l, Not one of them has said, ' I will." I mn ysoe oltj pri?togoe ofthoeio bachelaors Iay, \ aYi b h?or t -isbtt il to sly,:; Wl'lily'y F'r? bdroi'o yofi ,rote'{', atit then tie still. We're as happy as mortal? 'n?,.?'l'ij " \Ve watsh " our own pot+, plp?Ollu'l,.i lh, Our ow nu11lttol we cook, and its mly tlirn belief We can lick ui ,osvottn1iatoat'it$lp bket f. W' can junp on a tablh, or stalld oin 11 chair V\'itloul Ig sister saying tlhat's rude, conie ofT there ; SVi]i llmud on our shoes round the house we And n oposite sex cryig it's a slaiie to do Two chairs, it tile, and sofa, (ddwe possess- Minttis pinio, our happiness is inono the loss; \\'e hav a tin wlistl which lull of its play ; We drive with this whistle ouidulll care away. If?wo; for a walk do Inclined feel, 'rlireonioto{dl-l01ptpa Cois snttullini' our heel All round the house whlle...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, DEC. 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Hawthorn Police Court.t Ibu(ru huis \Vorahilt the Mauyor, ni it ftull Iluadi. 'I'houtt thh, draperC', wnVI.i prOtVCedeI nuguitt by lIi;pccl!1IdLi.1 (or keeping i: uitutblitcltuuat oIen after thue hour pescribed by the Act. ttii cal i:.. 2I t~ Nuil 'irut'ttye. I contird WVhite V. \Vil jimn \Wttlkvr. NI k,. \\Veitry fur thu Cuiiiptituiitt, fititl Cptttiuit 'La'tylur" fu!r the dr 1ciptiitn. Fuoit hI i c ci(ll' ci' iif it i tilt:;,., l I rIII' Slotul forI cuulil,lallnlll, it 1II(Iunl; that he11 (Stunuc) wit lr, i tif towiuiciti Ciunltfiructl oit the eight of thu 2trt Nci'iihtlr. Ite wit:; cii 11it. proper tidcluf a hu tund, toit Iha hail lights. ihe miet the defendant (Walker) cotling fromi1 CaimbeIIrwell,auidI i.foro he kneW whireo he was the defeiindant ranii i)nto his eI, tnro the shaft of Walker's vehicle broke the silde of his cab, anll alI, the shlutl, nlld Illro h1e Itors'p 1 lo. The deftldant iadntuitteil Ii Iitil"thibat 1ie was on the wlronjg side of tihe roadl; 'to nr. Taylor ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Canterbury Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 December 1890

The Canterbury Cricket Club. -:o: A very pleasant afternoon was spoent on Saturday last by the uemtubers of the Can terbury Cricket Club whon... match wes arranged between the -ofhi60-?arers and the pilaying mscuber'. The following ofllicbenieros took part int the match :-Vie-lprcesidellts--tscsrs. J. W. Small, A. Allan, J.. Edutonls, V'. Malone, (i. C. Scott, \V. C. 'aylor, -V. M?flcath, and other gentlnecn wvhose minie? we could not catch. The ollice-bearcrs were the first to go to the wickets, and before they were dis potised of they ran up 87 rtuns, of which ti. C. tScott made I0. Mr. .1. Ms. Sitmltl 1ent in to btt, but ho htad to retire hat insg received a naty blow on thte tingev from the ball. 'thet players did their best to top this score and worked with a will, and although Iiad latn, Sutherland, Lynch, onid Weynouth, did good work, tlhey only succeeded in put. ting together 70 rusns, the match thus re osulting in a win for the otlice-bearers by ight runs.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONT ALDERT V. AVENUN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 December 1890

Last Saturday4olit4i ibi?0tuboioE"the first time, and, after a very fast ganme, the Avenue won by 8 runs, Scores : Avenue, 118; Mont Albert, 130. The Mont Albert were represented by nine players;-Falconer, .1'rasao;,, Blood, and several more of the b?st lilayeod wero absent. The Avenue won the toss, and sent their opponents to the ,cickets, Skeelo and Csat being the first baitteri. 'Ske~oe 'was bowled for 2 in the third over. 1-2-4. Cust being bowled in the third over. 2-1-0. Leach, A., and Loach, itF., tihe next batsmen, mnade 8 and 8 respectively, both being bowled. 18-13-1i, and 4-8-10. Currie, O. J., was eaughta for .1. 5-4-28. Coo miada 5. 0-5-28. Cast, II., was bowled for 0; 7-0-110. Jenkins mnado 1. 8-1-80. Fuller, the last man, made 0 not out. Byes il, brought tihe score to o80. The Avenue in their innings mado 88. G. Hay, 8; S. Turner, 7, were the chief contributors. " In their second Innings the Mont Albert wero.lnoro successful. Skono, II., and Cust, J., were the first ba...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Reporter Trophy Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 December 1890

Reporter Trophy Matches. The followiig is a table showing the poel. lion of eaoh club playing for the a bove trophy:--. S.Club. ~' ;'1 . as a 4 P4 lUon H1ll .. 5 0 1 0 1 10 20 Surroy Hlilla .. 4 1 2 0 2 10 20 Illaoklurn .. 4t 1 2 1 1 14 20 Mitohmun .. I 0 8II 1 1 18 20 Canterbury .. .1 1 1 2 1 10 20 Doncaster .. 4 1 0 4. 0 4 20 tRingwood . 4 1 0 4 0"' 4 20 Next Saturday's teams will be selected from the following: CANTvurnultv V. )DoNcAsrnI, at Doncaster. 'Phe Canterbury team will be selected froma J. Ilowoan, (I. C. Douglas, J. Edmunds, W. Oregson, W. ladla?tu, Lynch, T. Mackie, Macpherson, Moody, J. Osborn, Piggott, Suthcrland, Turner, Winton, and Walker, Umpire-J. Eudmunds. Doncaster will be chosen tfrorn-lt. Ulake, It. Duck, G. Mullen, W. Ilullen, J. Cronan, G. Holdlen, M. Holden, W. Johnston, 1). Laurie, J. ldwo, 11. Maya, F. Thomas, O. Webergong, D, White, S. Whitten. Tltmnwnoo, v. 1l1.tiumieus, at llingwood, linknwood "teum--Johitson, King, Rondall, Miller, Mumumery (2), M'Co...

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"General" Booth's Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 December 1890

"General" Booth's Scheme. 'TI'o!) i.e 11ifly schemes con tinually permeating society with the contenplation of creating a better' order of things. One cannot imagine the various platforms of social reforms now-atdays which are becoming 0so vast in number IanIId strength, onch drawing its own cliques and prosilites in the hope of shedding forth the rays of light to the individual to whom it has appeared obscure. One of the last refornis to re-miodel the poor and needy is the novel and yet stupendous scheme of " General " Booth of the Salvation Army. Since our munlicipal fathers havettaken the niatt6r in hind one would consider that there were few roads or bridges to be repaired in Nunawading, when theydebate coloni sation schoemes, Nevertheless, wholtn any new idea Is in the wind, we, in Victoria, are in'over surprised to see the mattor dliseulsed.in institutions, etc., in which it a;ppears inm a most irro valent way, tnamoely,-" without a motion before tile chair," which is against ...

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BOX HILL v. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 December 1890

Blox 1htlh v.' DoNc.?srTEn. This match was continued last Saturday oi the ground of the last-named club, and resunlted in a win for BIox Hill by 115 runs. 11ox I1ill had madio 117, and Doncaster were i wickets down for 211 at the close of the previouis Saturday,ýand on thi resumption of the gaime, Thomas and Johnstone took their place at the wickets, amdl' whoen three runs had beent added, Thomas was bowled by bhhuiber'.17--.,02. ;The remaining bats. men brought the, total to .iS; Johnston play. lug good ericketfor 10, notout. The visitors commenced their second innings-Steelo amid Anderson being the first to represent them, but a poor stand resutlted, as thrco wickets were obtained for II runs. Cook brought the score up to il by hard hitting, his score being 14 when J.ohnston found at weak spot in his defence. When the score had reached 8 f9-48, Meater decided to close the innings, tbg eby ýihng.Doucaster a little over an hour to wipo out 120 runs, the result being they were dispos...

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REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. RINGWOOD V. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 December 1890

11? F. t';1t 1 ? TePHY, MA'ITCHiES. lliNowooun v. ?uiiI:rY llirs. T'Ihis match was played at ltingwood and resulted in an easy win for the visitors by an innings and one wicket and 9(1 runs. The Rlingwood, in their ItlAt innings, wade 50, Strachan being the only one to reach double figures. D). M. W'ilson was_ in good form with the ball, taking seven wickets for 17 n1'1111s. The Surrey Hills slarted their first innings with Gunner and Charge at the wickets, but Gunner was bowled by Miller when the score haid reached three. Charge and Marsh soon bronghtth'tlo -score up, the total being 2:1 whlen Charge was caught. 2--10--2:1. 1). I1. Wilsont puartunered Marsht alul itns came very quickly. Marsh, who had been pilaying sound cricket, was bowled after making 20. :1 -20-Il5. E. l)Dunn was next, hii partner (D). M. Wilson) had compledtlely collntiedi the bowling and had been scoring very freely, necessitating a good many changes in the bowling, when lDr. Shownman was tried, aid his first ...

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IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 December 1890

Im 00 VAN ~--Iin order to ovoid lisn1) pointment gents4 are icttnlcotu to tend int Ithic iorders a olnce, it winted before Xmast, tiete Visii ot ltotiitct liat riEady coin iiitcivu at 11. lorry's, Horrny Jilia and Miteotni.

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