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CHARLATANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

.CHARLATANISM. Br CAUSTIC. "WE vend of the age of iron ; wc. for somo years, realised the age of gold, and we now seem to liavo . figuratively arrived at. the age of brass-all is one great sliain, Charlatanism is rampant,awl success-, fui,. milking Mokanna's words to deluded fol-' ?lowers applicable to our present community ' " Yc 'would' be dupes and victims,-and ye faro.'^'.< (' \ ?or it may bo tliat Butler is right in the axiom -that- - . A '?'? ' ? -. - ., " Doubtless the pleasure is as great i.Ofbcing chcated as to cheat.".. At any rate wo fiud ourselves surrounded with, and society permeated by shams-shams of \the most impudent character-sham politicians, men who mouth and rant for ' the people till they get aplace under Government. Sham journalists-sham doctors, men who have been " everything; by turns and nothing long impudent seamps'who'evade the medical practi tioner's aet by "homoeopathy." Sham clergy men who accept the sacred mission and trade on the credulity...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, February 4th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. " Thursday, February 4th,; 1869.;: Present: The Mayor' (W. May, Esq.) and Councillors Morley, Kelly, Pool man, CurtisjaGrockford, Johnston, . and Thomas. . The' imnutes',of last meeting-were read and confirmed. . CORRESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read the following letters: From the Chief Secretary's officc, stating that the bye-law .relative to col lection;; pfrttolls. at ^Ingles-street j jhad been approved of. The Mayor moved that the Town Clerk take the neces sary..steps to,have;the byeTlawgazettedj .t From the"Eegistr ar General, request ing the Council to forward the borough statistics before the loth March. The request was granted. ' "Froni,the office of Lands and'Survey asking"' what arrangements had been made, by, the' Council, and owners .of property in Beach-street, between Bay *street.and the railway fence.-Coun cillor Thomas. remarked .that he saw thedetterrin the ".Town : Clerk's office, and had seen.Mr., Iiodgkinsoii, ! Assis tant-Commissioner ....

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Thursday February 11, 1869. Before Messrs. Mollison and Swallow. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

1 ThursdayfFebruarI8(i9. Beforc'Mc'ssrs. Mollison 'ami. Swallow.; ; YlJIiUfTK tut\f,A lvtii^:ntr/r 1 fit, < ^\Abusiccit ? ..^le.bcnclij^vaji.oqcuyieclTorjalon^ lin-idculingfwith ii ^mimbqii-blC C|uuitc1s ; '?whicli'liiHVarisen'ainqiigst'sbmc.Micigli Ijoiii-.s'. ^plu^'CIcmSfit, Mary Glciiibiit,: -iaiul-EImbctlitBiminxtAv^Q^un^monqdl ' for'inaking'Aiso*of> abiisivc . andiinsult-; ^ng;.}Vo};ds(to^ Tlicj complainant proye)Lhc^ ^defendant, was "'ordered tbSpay.jjC.nnc.6f; 20sj ;^4tcL12s Gd'cbstsL'j5 iii- dolai,ilb to go (o gaol for ten'(hfys. "" ' Assaults.-Michael.Clyons was sum moned .for assaulting John Clement, ;b.ut as tlic cvidencc was unsatisfactory, the ease was dismissed.-Anoth-cr case of a like description was s lhilarly disposed of. Neglccted Child.-Frederick George Morgan, aged thirteen, who had run away from his home at Brighton, and had been found wandering about Sand ridge, was handed over to his father.

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Monday, February 8, 1869. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Swallow and Thomas, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Monday, February 83 1869. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M.y and Messrs. Swallow and Thomas/J.P's.) Attempted Suicide:-Robt: Schuyler stated to be between , fifty, ancl sixty years.pf age, and in good financial cir cumstances having bepn nyirig'on his means3 was . charged with attempting to an ,,end to} his lifer, It ^appeared'6 from.the ,evidence, takeh that', the' pri-; spner,ihad been .drinking, to.'[excess of late,;'and^had been*in(Mr.^ lunatic asylum -previpusiy^/bjut; had', been.set'at,'liberty "again._,On last Suit-' (tayifbrenooiito aii'd''cldvch' o'clock,^ierwal'obserjV.ed, to 'go' 'dowii; Donaldson's ','pier.f. and j th'roS^" himself into' ttic^Bay, 'Some ^erjsoiis wnojsaw ajboat and^rescucd' 'bityjgr^^cxjiati^tioh; .jJtLfi was immediately conveyed to the;watch-; liousfj'^ieVc ,it recjiiir'ecLa 'considerable quantity o'f-b'ifandy t o' 1; es I' o r e' 1 i im. T)i's. Curtis and' Plumincr ^stated'that, liiay^ ing'examin'ed liim-tlioy found. that ' he ^as. of unsound'mind and unfi...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

~ Original' 'Poetry. ~ 'nci'i'i '; . . .' '''j" Every, beast of the forest is mine, and ,the '. cattle upon a thousand hills."-Psalm; 1, 10.- ' ?'i! ; ' ' Scores of leagues, scores of leagues,; rj (1 /" 'if. ; Scores of league* inland, i,.j jj, i Starve on the desert plains, " . Flocks by the thousand. J Months since the oarly rains j f ! Filled all the irater mains- . .. ? ; Bare now the desert plains- . \ ,lsj and drought inland. . . t. j .....if e'er a glade has a blade 'r ' \ T M j r Tinted 'with green. = ' 'Hftoh ! , !.. iiparoli'd by the solar heat, .'/'r/o:r>i . . >.> ' Yellow their sheen, , f i^Crackling 'nea,th thopassing feet, " . i. i' ." .'Oh, how tho lambs do bleat, '' '[ -U 'And'nought around to oat-" *!t> ; Heart-breaking scene. ? Sometimes a passing cloud : ... j : it'-.'. Shadows the plain, : >i ' 1 ' .. . , And longing eyes are cast . ' Fojf the blessed rain: ' ''p t: ''f; iI.C : But the cloud melts away, . . Pursued by the god of day, .. .. ,fl{r,:'...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

.fyPjsfflM YOF-'&tiRiiFAMENti j i; Jo ; :?7t/iun:);i)ii -mI.i iHi >/ ,<>-».> | THE Houses o£Pariiameiit Sverc1 opeiied i to-day 'at' Avitli'tHc'/usual1 form alities and ceremonials; by His Excel lency the Govcrnor jTuid their adjourned till Tuesctay fafc~4 p.m.; wlien the actual -ho.; vti v/bniC<-L . »?> 'vudtn,-. business -91; (the, fycssion: will, commence. Tliei gall'eries were (crowded, including a'Mi'«'e''pr0 p 0 r do n' 'of elegantly dressed ienialcs, ihci fineness: 01 the weather >> f < .im'.oo jii i i i.J .Mini y.m i; ;! f, .v .induced <a large, assemblage,;to; $ntnpss 'tlicif usu'fil1 p'ageant' off His > Excellency 'coiluiig:to'tlie|Housc\''.)!!:,: i!' ! [ ( tl'J'.i'l'.Mi-. b:'1 ...!{ .TV/T.'/CH? ? .-iffoUoietii/'s J'illn'. Jo>,tlJik C,u>'V,:oJ' Liver,] fioin .gfaili/s,^Indigestion, and Disorders o/Jlte Stomach. n-Mk K'iclwrit' llay nes/ of' Hjil. Dock-ynvci,', at TlynVoutli; liii'tl' Viot- ftlie...

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Saturday, February 6, 1869. (Before Mr. Thomas, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Saturday, Fclruarij (Before Mr. Thomas, J.P.) ; Pi'isoncr frotn Ncio Zealand. John LccSj alias Mason, lately',a'store keeper at Auckland,, New; Zealand, appeared on waarant, ? in; custody of Detective Kennedy, to answer a charge of obtaining the. sum of £4 19s.. Gd: under false pretences, from a Mr; Wil liams, a publican at Aiickland. : . ,It ap peared that Williams had been sworn in as a special constable in New Zea land, for the purpose of following the prisoner to arrest: him; He had ob tained a warrant'in New Zealand to apprehend him, but had failed to get it endorsed by one of the judges in that colony; -he, therefore, obtained one under the-52nd section of the Jus tices Act. Mr. Thomas refused to re cognise the warrant as he did not think the Act applied to crimes committed in another colony. The prisoner was then discharged.

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 4, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

SANDRIDGE POLICE' COURT. T Jiursildxj,-February ,4,. 1869.;.'' No business of any importance was transacted at this court.

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Iio ; fjfti iv r-r-n (, !,-,PHT.SIGAL-.j,-EDUCATION"., , - ?..-jnn'iiOtU. r.i « »n l«if i )in' 'i. gMijw'jVlwwfe mil- Jis .?iistir THE several ancient-nations who-haveileft, a name behind^tlieni rfor..prowess in-arms, ^determination; ? and '"that 'peculiar ' claw i.^vliieh-:,jive.-,,now. .describe.' popularly... as, .'/pluck,' have1 also'/frivon' us the- secret' of' L . i 'r 11 ?>111.' i > k < 11 I u i- ' i . i iitliciri successes -i m^tlie.-*records, iianded i(!down to'-us,'!sh'owing Svhat ''pains"weref .taken by way-o£.Jincontive,-r=-.the high i.honors 'of successi-^to! stimulate "'youth1'. .* .«>«iii-m>ii'.'rsrft nt w v?a)i:i !iand adolescence:toitrainiandporfecfcitselfi ' Jn the Various "exe'rcise'sj tlie acquirement -of -.which--theu'inore 'especially and^eyen. at tli'e .present i;imo4~i s /. calculated /to jho' .of(advantage'to a-young-man'infringing1'; lmn,.to.,the>;h'ont iboth.; litorally^.and,' tligu-, .r atuvelr'.' Accei)tm^ tlieibld.cla'ssie writ...

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The Record. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1869. GOLD OR NO GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

K ' THURSDAY* -FEBRUARY,,!!, .X869.->.-uf i: ; " GOLD Gil NO COLD. viiw days snicc some 'excitement' ^vas caused by the reported discovery r ; i /? :lJu i / J*.U :-/()!/ / * 1 of jgoid in our very midst, and no doubt visions passed through-.many mm els as toi Emerald'1 liill j'et "rivalling" either1 ' ) ? i . 'f,(1 ft i I sgffg?,' utile old or new'diggihgs ;^of coursc/all'l , vino Jt'H.M |Jthat(has-been found,up tactile .present, I'time' (hasJ 'not"been ? enough) to ijustifv. any'real idea of' tlieir being;! any auri I 'lerous deposits; worth (Workings but; the fact> oli gokV or. auriferous , specimens oil i. any lan d 'having been' found' sh ould' be1 |1» I {J °1 - j \ K.sufFicient. to cncouragoj>qme little trial, il! lAVe have bcfore^bricfly^ pomtedtout : that the geological-appearances aiulto ipograplucal 'formations 'of the Hill arc! alike favorable to the. idea, that; it jmayf | i.'.hay&been formedi'byjdeposits.jof udotrirl Ktus 'broughtdo wn from thcgold'beari...

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OMNIUM GATHERUM. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

JK»UKOitc(»f« -lift Ti'/)ii i.rrt Hor«i j . -3i»»riij{. a«j iiuijivf wtr v.^wJ .. THiiiipos^ioiloPjarliamenta^jj 'latelyj;ffled!'1jy^'Mi':Hl^axTellp' M-.L.A,'> 'yillj,idiiiiiig*'the> enVuirig. session, ^be ;lielci by Mr. Burtt, M.L.A.-The invii; tation for tenders" for" the £300,000 wortii^of (*OTerHnifenfc'^5 .pver!cent;> de bentures 'lias'^Bben'' Hrfell -responded1I to]. afid': fchevamountl required .will',\bp. yancedy ^principally. (by!(three iinstitui/ tiorisf: the GoVernnierituSavings^Banks^ the i 'Victorian;. S avings-'Jl Institute^.awd x the Bank of Australasia; the balance, j privatp, jndi)]iduals^ .;it( isail^abojjo^jjar and yfrom;)to, .1 ,per cent! jjreimiuii.. Mr. Gilbert has beeii appointed to.'jthe, vacancy in the Hansard Parliamentary 'Eeporting^ tj^e^Miv^Filloughby resign'eVT.'-^'A report1 Avas'-'spreiiW'yester divy ''thUt 'Aiiflrew ~Vairthefmu'rderer' ^^'i^lrnaThLtl^s,:; had; been.taken' 'iir Meltiotirne1;'it''pr'ove'd*. to( b'e a 'case of !iniiytakeW'id'ent...

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Cricket. SOUIH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

>) I n > r, <; r 11 rOricjlSQt-1 ^' I?£ M »Y . »(» *. j ff' I. J Tjm(. 1 / H SOUIH , MELBOTOSB' CRICKET CLUB. , ? Kli'lltlr-.' ifiV(t.W ?HVj-n .'IMIDill . ..}(!( 'it / The. tbjrdfclcven.pf tub South^Ie)tfburuo,'ciub piayed'ibe1 second 'clevcn'of ftKe "CaHtoiPclub on #he 23rd January, and wcihj defeated (bj) eight 'runs.and two "wickets. Annexed avc.tliescored: j ji»\ rjjjiyj *JL ;MJ>\0 V'MM'vUn' ! rn- fw; r f CART.TOK. . , . - ' V I - -ust Imrings.'^U c /'i (/2ml Innings., fini: BIncklinra, biChcflscU ,,;.5.. 0,. 'urteai -/til ? "* »/ I IMcFarland,.b D. Ferguson 20 . , > r McJIutHoJ^ChcssdU'.bJD.u f;irUt»i f«njn f> Ferguson:,....10 b Yuille * -Goodali; b' Chcsscll;.l/..,.;7 l'* b ChcssoUi.V.JJ...:;.. Craven, Ibw, Ij Fcrgason 5 c Irvine, b Vuillc,. porter, q Cl)csscll.r.-r.-r.7t;;v-"7t-^b ClicsseU. Wilson, b Ferguson 1 run out Fletcher,'.not? out i4 f b ChessclL ,1 JAtliimson,* c^Tilite," b'Fer-J j ' *. IduJ'.. *Xt'l 1A>.1 1 guson 3'<b;CheeseU ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

Bank Notices. The National Bank of Australasia. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. THE EMERALD DILL BRANCH Has been REMOVED to the New Premises, COVENTRY STREET. J. M. CAMPBELL, Manager. Emerald Hil) 21st Augiisl, 1SG8. The Land.Mortgage Bank of Victoria, [LIMITED] 7or Deposits and. Loans on Freeholds. Incorporated under "The Companies Statute, 1801.,T ATOKORXSEB CAPITA!, ?.500,000.? OFFICES : 18 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. Directors Hon. C. J. JENNER, M.L.C., Chairman.' HON. JOHN M'CRAE, M.L.C., Vice-Chairuiau. ROBERT BXIINE, Esq., J.P., M.L.A. WILLIAM Detmold, Esq., Collins-street East. Jonx SPEHCE OGILVY, Esq., Queen Street:. Geo. WHARTON, Esq., J.P., 24 G'ollins-st. West. Accountant WILLIAM SINCOCK, Esq. Manager WILLIAM Paterson Mum. Esq. Deposit Receipts arc issued, anil Interest is allowed at the following rates: - On Deposits'for 12 months (iixed) per cent. per nunuiii. Do. G months 5 do. (lu. Do. ' 3 months . ; do. do. The Deposits of tlio Bank uro secured by the whole of its Invested ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

KDERRECT, Bookseller, &e., Agpit. for the . RECORD, Bay-street, SaudridgcV . GORDON & GOXCII,. General 'Advertising Agents, Collins-street AVest, Melbourne, Agents for (lie RECOIID. WANTS-HOW TO SUPPLY THEM. If you want a Sorvant or a Situation, If you require a Lodger or a Lodging, 11' you wish to Kent or to Let, If you desire to Buy or to Soil, 1 f you have Lost or Found, If you uliooso to Lend or to Borrow, If you ehooso to Make Anything Known, ADVERTISE IN "THE RECORD." Charge, 1*. for twenty words, if prepaid.

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Garden Operations for the Month. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

..Garden.Operations for ihe Month: /, EEBKUARY. ' ' " "This is always 'regarded as' the dryest month in. the year; But little reliance can he placed upon ;crops from seed sown during this month. Water ing -will he required, and this should ho applied riot, at .tie, .necks', of the plants merely but .beyond the, extremities of .the roots. A cool moist posi tion of the roots is just the life of them, and ought.to be particular!}' attended to at this season. Amateurs' often wonder how it is1 that many plants which are lively enou^li in spring die away at this season, thereason:is obvious, through the above directions not being attended to. 3?l.p>yEli G AIIDEK!-Any vacancies left in tho borders or beds may' bo' filled up with plants.' Continue thinning; tying up the plants, clearing away dead ,stems and saving seeds. I'lielisias gone to rest may have branches pruned and thin ned to any. choice form. When liquid .manure is plentiful"apply a little occasionally to tlio ' roses, or nyli...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Friday, February 12, 1869. (Before Messrs. Thomas and Swallow.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

SANDRIDGE KPOEICE COURT. .\%\\Ejr£day\Febriiapy,, 12, ,1869. ^((Before. Messrs. Thomas and Swallow.) -,al Important;Shij>- Case-\\ m. "YV right -tfdrmerlyu-chiefvofficer of the British .afehtprK#Champion , .of- the^Seas," ,>vas .s^Mrgbd-.by .GaptaiuBaillie w;Lth,despr_ o.titfn: »Shortly s ai'tei-i .leaviug., England "?iditsputes'l arosci ihetwecn complainant . * and)defendant;;0 ^When the re^cl, ,had xribeen) oubibiu'tcen.day.son her voyage 3iBaiRie: disratedvWright bending him t'lan^his!clothes into, the forecastle, and alrfefluting him to an ordinary; seaman. /triJ/hbioauscjof this treatment is, said to tehtfve.vbeen .-because i the- defendant did «,tn$tltj!in-, out/one:iiiorni»g fpr ani hour ocfawemithe.iitime: ofr-the .commencement -aifdustavatch, aceoiinting for his cqri ,5'ductiby stating .that he Ixad fallen asleep J)iibefrffe;!t)hei time . of; his..;jvatchand had jJoslfepfriiij jn i consequence, of not; being Jestoa&jenSgao'. Shortly after, the. arrival of jS t...

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Home at Past; A TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

gjwme .irfgosl; A TAI.K OF BOM ' 1-lBMisrjr.Bitiis. J3r " KEL1V/ GII.U'TEU;1T. Tirr, next morning .Merton took liis pony for. 'a cantciv-across to <his old uncicj Lieutenant Boys, of Maidmains (perverted into Marminge), to have a chat with him,as to a. trip to die Aus tralias, .the . old Lieutenant having, over \ since the death of Mr. lrilmer, senior, 1 exercised the part of n Mentor to the j young .sailor,-.and . aw- adviser to Mrs. ; Filmer, his widowed sister. 'In can } tcring down the back lane-one of ! those delightful^ cuttings ov< roadways: | of the old country of which the banks | arc generally. : covered with herbage i and verdure, or'surmounted by shrubs lor trees-he ,-caine - ivpon a carriage ; brought to a standstill, and, on ap | preaching nearer, recognised the little ! barouche and pony of the DeLange's, the occupants of the carriage being Miss DcLange and Mrs. Amor. Mor ton, with true gentlemanly bearing, ' would have passed 011 with the usual ...

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REPORT OF HEALTH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

rilEPOliT OF HEALTH 0 EMCEE. The following is the report made by ?Dr. Haig for the yuar 18SS, and which- wis read at the meeting of the Council on Monday: I have the honor to submit) the); following re port, for the past year. . The l)umber of buildings in the district is as follows:-Wood, 19G15' brick, 684; iron, 01; stone, 20 ; Total 2756. -Uuildings in course of erection, are [not. ineludod in the above state-. ment. The main draiiiugc of the: town is' into' the. swamps; but ti large" quantity is absorbed by the surrounding low-lying lands. Tho enslorn 'drain, though commenced by tlio Government some two years since, is-not, I regret to say, yet com pleted to the Yarni; and its lioncompletion has caused much disappointment to the inhabitants of this district. At that part of the drain, (near the Snndridgc railway,) where; the stono chan nelling terminates, the stagnant wator, and the debris from the upper portion of the drain, hav ing no outlet to tlui Yarra, have causcd a nui sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

Borough of Emerald Hill. - ."VTOTICE.-The COLLECTOR attendant his _13i"'Office, Borough Council Chambers EVERY MORNING-, from 9 till 11, to receive payments of Kates. WILLIAM TOPE, Rate Collector. Soroush of Emerald Hill. SPECIAI. ORDER. NOTICE is HEREBY onrEN, that: the :. Council will, at the ordinary meeting to ke held on Monday, 1st March pi;ox., Confirm the Special Order made on Monday, 1st February in»t" for the Repeal of Bye-law No. 17. By order, . JAMES EV1LLE, . Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 2nd February, 1869. Borough of Emerald Hill. DOGS. THE Inspector will proceed against all persons who have failed to Register their Dogs. ; By order, JAMES EYILLE, ' Town Clerk; Emerald Hill, 27th January, 1S69. Borough of Emerald Hill. IN terms of the Municipal Corporations' Act, 1868, 1 hereby conveno a MEETllvG- of the Burgesses to be held in the Borough 'Council Offices at noon on Monday, 1st March, 1SG9, for the ELECTION of TWO ASSESSORS and TWO AUDITORS to serve during the ensuing yea...

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CRICKET. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

CRICKET. To the Editor of The Record. Our Tasmania:* friends hare been pretty considerably beaten in the In ter colonial match as was generally ex pected-there was never a doubt'in my mind that they could play Victoria level handed, and that brings me >' to the subject of myletter as to the 'handi capping ' unequal teams. I hold-as a Cricketer,- that the extra number in the field by no means subserves the purpose, and only destroys the game, and cricket with sixteen in the field is abnormal, and no more ' cricket'than Billiards would be Billiards without pockets, or "VVTiist played by six players -the game pure and simple, should be adhered to, if the game is not to de scend to a mongrel kind of rounders, or trap, bat and ball. I think the end could be gained by lessening thebats on the strong side, but I strongly protest against filling the field with men as a useless'' innovation. CREASE.

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