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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

- Foenii', FcnAanftu"Ilm Them rai ~dvMai toolc"hi& at,0 atoi na?,n.; and.the roll being called,. the whole 'of th ofli?ers diildel'd .te 'eiai vdried to t`heii'mihes." The cajmm~ttee cjpponted to regirti on the eciort %osteun, the ritual, 4&?.,' b?ouilt up thio' ;report, which loedt be very sti fcfactry to tho iiiseting 00(15d"e ual"iaimonoly) adopte'd. -" '",.... :'i .hroodil, lase?r mhentioted he th' otto.of thie 6rdaer '- Frienlidsliip, oeo aiindTruth"'- was given 'cry ,diff~iretly 'in aioile "if the?'lodge; a;nd .oex plaiied thb odetlat lhe col iniittee haid adopted, which he considered the most appropriate way 't' hlolmode 6:'; iving' the ' recoi-gtion sigi' dud "girip" wcre also lexphlaied, ithi a hope from lthe cIair ,i thaI thed?.elgliates waould'iatnscti their 'vrooie'lodea in thliiem. ' Birother. MFadgon askird --:V he ruling of intherand iaris ter of .the EHfnter Riter District rtigh ia not dalloing clididates prop ised by branch tlode o a t thei ijbll" wh...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

0DDS AND ENDS,' Tin, dispite lietieen B6ves aniid Fleming in the iwvell-ki?iow-n claini of Ketiing and Hayes isstill unsettld: Tihe :toital .amount,: of. gold picked out :of this claim, .withoutljanywashing, from August 8 to 'February 5!5 is 1:ii27 oz.i 7 dwvts. T'his anid the claiis adjoiniin g are now cngaged sinkig reslf:ehliafts Ow:.\,ing td the ground cavingin, Lewisiof the Riclih cim, nairdwl}y ,escaped fi'omniiam a hn; ealin:ll :his claims yesterdav. .: Nugent and Adams got another nugget-on T uesday latst, of 27 oz i5: dwts i .his inakes nearly :7 o"oz of gold picked :out' of the claim without wi,'shin 'Ili he, Goldein Gairte Ivashe'dl 40 loads fli a o. to th load. Some water men 'have raised -n issue as to Mack's water iight. hey assert it is'uithinr .ioclaiifmed reserives from sale, No. 5933, :gazetted July,5, :i880.No . 3, ::Tyrian's, have struck :good gold, :and smallnuggets liavtebeen picked out of several slaftS. They aire now gif: oiig dbown on the icef liuinmng thiou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

HIGH- 'LASS TAILO RING! IT IS WE L-KNOWN BY THE Gentlemen of Goulburn AND D(STRICT I [1.1 TAIL RING Is turned out . AT BUT ER'S Estab ishment IN A VERY SUPER OR STYLE, AND T A nMUCH Ohea er Rate THAN AT OTHER HOUSES. A FEWV SOUND REASONS WHY GE EI EN ho Id ave thei Aq N %O. 1 - BUTLER'S Is WuouIs S., Sor,L Yv A Tailoring & Outfitting ESTABLI HMENT. The Cut er's Skill, Superi r Taste, Practical Knowledge Aro only be mobt with in b ONE IR TWO 01" 't IE LEADINc Sydney & I~elbourne H. USES . :?N,,Tb 3- TH STOCK OF WO LLENS AND c I.. "Ir ETS IS THE Largest & Best Assorted out of Sydney. NO. 4- THE V A RE NO Manag rs to Pay OR Unneoess 'y Expenses T BU.T ER'S, THEREEF RE THE RE Oonsidera y Lower ! Than those of L rgo Gennral Stores. N?O. 3 There are -ithout doubt BETTER WORK~IEEN At utler's Than at any otl er Firm in town. Butler's Es blishment Is Patroniied by il the Loadiug Families in tlihedintrict. Australian Stores. TAILORING DEPARTMENT, Speoial Notice. TEhave...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

' l:-: i : T'uSD.V;' YFEnl ARY 10. The onic isa'ad delitgates assembled at ten a m. pursuantto adjournied ;:anditlie roell beinig calle, allas weredtoe their: nanmes.; I !. :::: The firnst matter broughl't fo?ardlC d is the corre pondeice betwnin'the City of Newcastle Lodgei and the Suli cohmittee of hlinagement in regard to a vote of .'30 from the Oontiogent Fundi for the purpose of defraying tle liabilitics in coninecdtion with the?anivrrsary of the lohdg inentionedd t'This corrospondence :had Ibeen saked for:on the prevrious day'; lbut as no notice: had hen' recei'ved'6 its'beifi ircquired, the mitilr bhadt'tobe'hposptpi ed4. :.'! : .lIt ' appeared that the letter.o refer;ed to caerie froin thdiibeis rnf thie City' of IN?evi?cistl Lodde, instead of, going thriough the prope cha.innel: as laid down in the 46th :ieneral tule. Tlhj :niatter liid been referred' torthe Sub ommittee of Mauageinent, when theycaini'?to the conclusion that the action of the olfficers and members of the lo...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Firom Sydney Daily Papers. ) LonoN, Feb. 15. MR. PARNELL, leader of the extreme Irish party, has written a letter to the Land League office, Dublin, illi which he:.refers lengthily to the actiofn 6f himself and, his -'clleagues in Parliiamient I-[e urges! tli. League to main taina: firm7' but 'piassive ?-resistance to the Coerciont Bill nowybefore thle Hoiise of Conm mons .by, every, peaceable.. means, .and thus prevent its beinglccarried rinto effect. He ifurther recommend that-agrarian agitation be f6mented;.iiot onaly amongst thd Irish pea santry, but:throughout the masses generally iii Greathritall S, SIj.etp s; the hieadi- 5 ;centre dish- toolk a very promininent part in the iienian agitation some years. :ago but:who iev'aded the:vigi lance of the police, iskilown:to0be in Paris at thie presen-t e-:: -t'??' i -;v:: :,: ! . lie h e:r. i i Reicht?tag w pas, opened to dy by Em, ?oer William. ,The Speecli from the- ihrone, in alluditngto. theP difficulties still ir...

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TREVELYAN! CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

TREVELYAN! CHAPITER XXXII. L'oid Grosvenior sprang utp nd operieUthe do6r, his face beaming a .Welcome. The Marqiis, leaniig o? .his staff, .va'standing in thewide hall withouit, issuingg colmands to .a .Siikhl audience of seiirvants. At sight of the young owner of the-:Eyrie,' his countenance changed with .marvellouss srapidity, and lie came forward,bowing witkhold time courtesy. ' I-h"averieceived a message thatimy niece is hiere, Lord Grosvenor !' he exclaimed: re moving his hat. 'Be kind enough to conduct me to-her at.once i., , - . ', : ' '-l'-Miss' Airevalo i-s here, my lord, ' said: Giralda's lover courteously, opening the parlor' door more widely.! ,Cothein !'C in 'The Marquis bowed again, and approached thed6riel parlor. Girallda arose lin: agitation. ,,as.she heard him coming, and stood faciing the door and tremblling like a culprit. Slie was min some awe of liei stern old kinsmain,. Sand a fear. crossed hei minin d now that he' . 'wo0hld neviei forgiive heri 'intended fli...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

1'aoat time to time during the past few. months we have. referred to the subject of Experimental Farms, and their establishment .ini the -various dentres of agricultural settle ment throughout the colony; but as yet the governmient has not made the announcement ,:that steps. are.to.beitakenu in the ,matter, al though one of tlihe members for the county of :Argyle has mooted the subject ini the S:Legislative .:Assembly. '- We;: are .';howevedr safraid that unless the: .governmenth:- are rli?rnif?i?ed b ;a innumber of:.menibe'rs 6f the H I-Iouse, ithe question will iot receive that :onsideration 'whliicli it deserves;. To esta blisli sy ;six of these farms in various places noi.nuld not entai?l;g cost of any. very great mioment, but w6uld:,add materially to.the progress of, agrictiture; a:rid unless the farm ing commbiuity have an example of gobd hliusb?ndry set themi?, farming will always be caaried on iin-the sa'ne slo0venly manner as at present, wlhich imi plhin language meanis a l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

Patronised by the Aristocracy and Elite, ex tensively used in the Army and Navy, and highly recommended by the leading Medical Practitioners, Protected by the Rojyal Letters Patent, dated October zzc,t869, V. H Dr. Bright's Phosphodlyne, ,.M'duitiudes of people are hopelessly suffering from ; Debilt, ervous and .Liver Com Clains, Depres. sloe of ,8pirits, Timidlit, Indigestion, Lassitude, : Want of Power, &c., whose cases admit ofa per "" ianenit cure byl the new remedy, DR." BRIG H'l" " ' ":'PHO PHIDYNIE (Oz onic Oxygen), whlch at once d":? laUs dl iritaro, .... xcltem.....t, iparts B n' ew' S "ency'gy! and lie to the enfcebled costittlion, and 'raplly cures every slae "of th'se h aiterto incur. ble and distressinUgmdladies" R1- . BRGF?IT'S PflaSPHH,, NE is acknow .A ledged by the arst medical men in Europea s the most ellicaeious medicine hitherto discovered •for Weak and Shattered Constitutions, Nervous Debility, Aversion or Incapacity fIr Study, Lndi gestion, Female C.,m...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

: ?OULBURNEPOLICE i 00URT.,- iR :~ID~Y, 1iEIO~tRY :IS: · Bo; ?. tha FOlice.Ma;gitriste ?nid Mr.Vss. :T a .: Thomib W. I? ooti ,vvas charged with estaling. ,bark;? the propi rty of: Sainuel Burgess, ot Tows sang. .?:Senior ebnstabl- ELicrtoun doposed: Yesterdil iorniing iiarresoted thci prisornc' by viitue of thie warrant (produced) at bhi iouse, where I w'ent to s.earchthis'pvretises; o-n looking oni the roof of the baak of:'the house. I csw there was some sheots of Sbark that had been recently put tihero;. io was Sidenified by the prosocutor.as his; i secured six :b?heets of :th sa?to; in aunwer to thel charge, he said ho did not steal thm; :mthey were- taken fiom 'nti oldf.owlhonso in frtot' of his dw?velling,' and ' placedthenit whler I found them; I noticed'an 6old building in front of his hous ; Ihe said he wavnted ;.more room toiput upa: board I with his. uname and Strade. (wvhich 'is that, of a shoemaker) on it; the bark is in good contdition. i :: :.. : To Prisoner: Tboh brc...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

i'osi. of oui:ieradeis. whol intend oounmitUicati,,g with their friends in the old bountiry by the earliest opportudity will-do well" to belr in :iniild thet the oitgoing mniailtoenier for Eirope and America aia San Francisco is to bo dispatched fron'i Sydnoy on T'hursday next. Letteis alnd newspapers from Goulhurn intendedl to be forwarded by that oppor. tunity mist. therefore be posted by eleven o'clock iluWeldnesday night, aod from i laeas, mo?e distint froni' the 'metropolis: 'don a: corriepondlnigly e:arlier day. Personous desirousof tendiering for the valudtion of. al- rateabloe proioperty in thie iunioipality of oullburn for the ensuieig veer are reminded'that they must serid in theirapplicta?io~ns niot later than seven o'clock on Wednedsiiay ?'xt, the 03rd instant. Persiis' desii;obis~if btaining the work must' 'state the price that tlihyare willing to thlake aud lhi con positntoet perferin the di?ty?? :: :. i' ' ' ¶ThLo meeting iii conuetoion with- the Oddfellows' Buildid?;...

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Why he Signed It. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

S Why: ne Signed It, IN out thiving town, lived a man named Nettleworih' ie had onice been a master mechanic;in the. city, and .had failed. After that. he h?id engaged in business as a mer chant iii a small country town, and had failed agati,'I-Ii s nexct move was to our place, wheie'lie established himself as an insurance agent. I think the man was honest, but he was not a business man. He had good qualities2-sterling qualities-and yet he con tinued to make more enemies than many a ?really bad man could make. He wans ex cessively radical and opinionated; and, moreover, made very free in discovering and denouncing other people's faults. In all matters touching religion, politics, temper ance, and the like,. he respected no man's opinions save his own; so that those who disliked him didssdo.with'anr utter liatred. . Ouir new Couincil linad 'le b -elected, and Nettleworth faiicied' that" he htid done his share of the work. ?A'?ll. events,l he wanted the Post-Office; bit having become ...

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TUESDAY, FEB. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

Atthe commencement: of.the proceedings a,juror sa' id~toiis- ?X.o ..rshipi; ? D you ,think anyol;:he i'emen on the ? ictorian side:could bed :obtaiedii , soae atoc.dnfirim dthe,,?tatement ,th ath e t pllbtifieiian .aid ll' Stop him;i, ioys,i he a muidi erei Captain Battyc 'it w1sol nrfl ' lia tI secured the attendance of the four witnesses yesterday. , . \, Patrick Holahan deposed :.. I am a police constable stationed at Albury ; have seen the dead body; it is. that of the man Edward John Cunningham, whom I last saw alive on Friday afternoon; the last time I saw him was when he was within five or six feet of the bank of the iiver on the Victorian side; he was then -swimming from the Albury side; he then sank and was' not seen afterwers; at half-past one on the same day I was com ing up T6wnsend-street; Daniel. Thomson sang out to me and said, "See the sergeant, hieis running after some one;" 'I an to the Exchange corner and saw Sergeant Anderson run off the centre of the road and st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

Wanated, IT M OVERS TO THE. .DRESSh KING. ly MIS9 BOYD, Addison.street ewtowen. Y f dustrious pe-on A SITATION as a.. . ,. us . on, . Wking .Housekeeor, with a ,aby, or aa Genera ervanin a small: ily; waes no object, more a a home. A?pply at office of this paper. '- n icc!@:. " OD GENERALL \SERVANT iii asmall . fni s Alpply, Mrs. ??BIOLDORF,I loIane street. O BOYS a ApprlTo tie, ? the Tictis r ithing BusinOKs W. KINGSELL, Aubn ?rffcct . I ANAG~E. E .f of , orto as =.i-', a, Apply, T. o D., office of thise p A WORK G HOUSrEKEEPER; . i cjild sef.tld to. Apply M J [HS,' Aubureoslst 1ATPECTABLE YOUNG PRiSO as 0.;: Aowply to Miin aBURGE, iis vl Gosilb"o ulr . eferces r ,? . q .. , antelo, .. . ELGfLoR O' NIN E SMAll. BOYS :'pp/n L ticss,:oatWeood & Co's Booet Fato WOOD & C0';, Aubuirnustreet. 0V st''t d,- - S SOBER MhN to Ploi?gh, Milk, andg ly uef usefulApplyDICKSONN'S HOT e L SERVAoT A y MOs. Ao en Auburn street_ A. RIESPECTBLE thN to drive iae e Milk Cowr, Garden, and ...

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TREVELYAN! CHAPTER XXXIII. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

TREVELYAN ! CHAPTER-XXXIII. ' As we have said, Lord Adlowe burst into the dra wing-room ff.thel.Evergreens wvithithe resistless rush of a.tornadpo !- ;.,li; lCosing?thele?do6oeiiini'i' him, and locking it in the face of the; frightened . Meggy;-Fleck he leanediagainst it, glaring around him like Thei ''Ladiy: Beatiicý a :ad: tih; :elf-styled Spanish Cod6it arose from, thfe" sofa. at ''his entrance-'te fiormner white wivitl orror, the cry df't6errr stili, quiveriig oin her ipslipher manner'gathering' a desperate '-'defiance iilk some hunted dreature. turning at bay. ,The ountenance, of the .latter .was instinct with a haughty surprise and questionin?g sternness.' The two boys:liad:retired; :,,I;s ;.i !,' The cousias--rivals. all their lives--bittei enemies now wlooked each other full i'tlie ' ace., . .' :,: .' d. iAlowe searched. in iain those: dark and unfamiliar ifeatures fosi some sign of recogni tion or. lear. " SThe wrongedi. Geoffrey :Trevelyan .ha anticipated too long suchl'an...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

BIREVITIES. Soust of the thieves are caught. · -j . Victoria won the cricket match by thirty runs, It is stated that a Picnic iRiic Club is being formed in Goulburln. Sportsmen can now enjoy themselves ; tle (ta e Lawclosed on 3Sndsy lest: . Yass is looking up--the lance Ciub are going to have, for the first time, the " card of the races " printed. The inties in the Dungog district atre 'ldking well just now. Great cxcitomeut prevails in Wilcania, :in con sequenes of the now diggings at the Grey range. : A tlegraphl.oflee was oprened at Sutton Forest on Friday last. $4243 acres of land were selected at the VWagga Land Office on Thureday last. : The Intercolonial Crickut Match has caused griiat excitement in the eolony. The water is decreasing in the reservoirs at Dotariy. Bullivan won the boat.races' at Ne?wickatle .do stu~rddy last,btatinsgsh oppoune thP ofeegeor Weet. Mast2r J. Sheekey, while riding from Cardine.s to Yass on Friday last, was thrown from his horse, and had the smal...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

S BUNGENDORE, (Frosi oau correspondnt. ) WEDihNGs;- Oi last Wednesdaiy: the. Rev. Fati;e? Malihony prformed the nuptial rights for two old reideits\of this towvn-vi. ;?Miss Marion (Donoghoe, and Mr..L Cranny. A large number of buggies. accomali~ied: thd wedding iparty to the chrch, at which place ' great number had assembled to witness the. miarriage ceremony 'at the conclusion of ,?hich a. weddiing:· narchl was; played :on th' tharmonoi;i? bjiuMiss' Mc Mahon in th aty o un7 .lidyas iv~ll known style, whici, would do credit to eveina professionial. : :' , ,?. , i After tIh marriage had been performed, large number of persons metat the residence of-the bridd's ;larents tbo pa~rtalike'6f the wed ding breakfast, The: usual:- toasts were :pro posed, anid a very enjoyable time was spent. The bride and bridegiroonimleft:ttliat evening amidst the gooid: wishies odf tlieir r:iends, aind intend during the holnefiy: oont, paya visit to Melboiine, At, ~night 'a select pirary,was held i' honor ...

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COLLECTOR BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

.-" .'-.- COLLECTOR .REVITIES. Race arc talked i of for next.monthl? . . The kP'olio School buildioge aro tumiibling down. 'Th -waters of Lake G eorge are: receding ra pidly. '-. Vintore to Lako tGolorg'iro becooing moreou. :'Aoiok? l ath wit Gnditro nilli all pro bagbilityh ike pladc in a eovnli r two 'Tho cricket match weas not played. on thbo Rore: tion ground-too much grasso & cricketomaitch actually took place on Saturday last, but an eleven oould not be mustered on each side, so the match was played with nihoe'.side. It was between the married and single men, andi of coursethe married men won easily by 45 ruinsiad acsveil wiickets.

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

PARLIAMENTAR Y. FRIDAY, FEURUARY s18. IN the Legislative Assembly, Several petitions wece preseated. Mr. Garrett moved the second reading of the Press Bill. lIe said the law in relation to the Press was at prerent in a very unsatistactory:stit~t. A person about to establish a newspaper had'to consult about six Acts of Parliament, to lind out his rights and disabilities, and he was compelled to find two suretics to guarantee, under penalties of 0150 each, that he would properly conduct his paper. Restriettois were imposed upon the piro. prietors of newspapers which were not isposed upon others. The political history of England showed that the restrictions upon the Press in that country were only removed with the progress of the liberty of the people, till at last it had become She rioht of the Press to discuss public affairs fre61eyand unreservedly 'n the public intereost. Mr. \i~'Laughlina moved the adjourement of the Hlouse. , .ilr. Bubhanan opposed the amendiusut, aud intended to ...

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Temora. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

Temora, Ture mail coach had a narrow escape from a tree that fell whliilst burning. The cbachman saw it falling and galloped the horses as hard as ho could. Just as he passed, the tree, an immnence one, fell licross the track with a great smash. The coach eas loaded with plasLengers at the time. : . Another half-share in the Golden Gate has beon sold.for £450 cash... Sonme rich olaims, known as Nos. 1 Eastand T1'e lR'id's "reef, were jumped today by Matthew's Adelaide Company, on the ground that they were not surveyed as required by theo regulations. 'aoseral fresh discoverios in reefs are reported. ~Some .Victorian capitalists were looking: at; the Biorke's Viesv purchase. Fosler'aclaimo is still getting good nuggets. Prowls arid party's trial washling went 6 dwvts to the load. Hiuennessey iai dparty are .piohing out nuggets which pay wages. The ,'olden Bar got sooeral: 'duggets lately of 4' to 5::oz.5o Plarker,' a prospector, picked. out several oarsoe piecces this wooeek. The Gol...

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Telegraphic Intelligence CROOKWELL, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

Telegrabphic I~nteltli.gence: [FROM OUR COIIRRESPONDENTS.] CROOIKWELL, MosDAYv. Mn. HI I:moved the adjournmenut of the court this morniig as a tribute of respect t the late Mr. James Bray, J.P. : SYDNEY, MoNmDA.. Intecrclnial cricket m?atch-' Victorians second innings9~ all ouit for liS; M8ridwiiitor(n~t cbtiiiSt.J42 -Now Soiuth Wa' 'iE-coied mimiuiigsii A iout foi 131, A. .Bani';r'mani'; 52 ;'" "¢ictoriii Winnhig by-'N31 Tursoan. . The, Port Darwin telgraph line is interrupted at the north of .Tennauts Creekl. It is expected that commninication will be restored during the day. About 8000 personr were present at the cricket fiiStl6h'yesterday. The col'apse of the Sydney men caused considerable disappointm~unt The following are the complete scares of the second innings of Sydney :-M?assie, caught Edwards, bowled Allen, 8; A. Bannerman, bowled Allen, 52; C. Banner man, bowled Allen, 0; Roberts, caught Healey, bowled Cooper, 10; Gregory, caught Turner, bowled Cooper, 0; Evans, bowled A...

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