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OUR CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

OUR CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND. - Never since Australian cricketers became prominent in the world's esteem liave they mot with such an ovc. whs'.ming defeat as tliat which the M.G.C. Eleven has. sustained in England. Tho failure is the nioro discom forting because the most confident antici pations of success were entertained. How .sadly these anticipations have been disap pointed can he fudged 'by a glance at the results of tho principal matcheu. In tho first representative match against All England thoy were defeated by four wickets, in tho second test match tho Englishmen were again- victorious, winning by an unnings and 10G runs to spare ; and in the ?third the defeat of tho Australian team was still morei crushing, the Englishmen winning lay an innings and 221 runs. It ?will bo a long timo before Australian cricket will Tecover from tho effects of such a .blow.- to its prestige. Surrey succeeded in heating the Australians in both the, niatcli03 which took placo; and - this; is the .-...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENIOR CRICKET. CARLTON v. ST. LEONARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

SENIOR CRICKET. Caul/ton v. St. Leonabds. lhoso clubs met on tho St. Leonards Ground, tho St. Leonards taking- tlio bat firnt, and after Hinall phiy tho last wioUot foil for 35. Tlio Carltonj? then took tho. wickots, and at timo 8 wickots had fallon for 50. For St. Leonards tho top scores wero — M'Loan, not out, 11 ; Kemp, 8; ???For tho Carlton Club,. McDonnell scorod 23. Turner, for tho Carltons, took 0 of tho St. Leonard.^ wickots for 14 runs. For tho St. Leonards ICcen took 4 wickots for 17 runs, and Crockford «i« for 19 runs. '' Belvicleve v. 15 Sydney. , Thoso leaim jotirnoycd to ' tho 'Asliflold 1 I2cservo, yesterilay afternoon, uwd after u Kood contest, tho match resulted iu a dmw iu 'favour or tli« former. Ferris bowled ajdondily for tho Itelvidexcsi taking sovon crickets for 21 runs in U0 balls; while Power took four wickets for 16 j runs; and Murray .three wickots. Tho following aro tlio coumlete. scorca:— ? Jii:i,vii-BnR.--FirBt Innings, H. Mosos, c ju«1 b Murray ? ... 8 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

'FEBIfV-TEADE PEC,TF/JTION. ? li-Ti awrument in 'fe mitt, he1 j. Wo li'ive fnart received from toft Bo, wenfels, Geel ang, a®{l Slo'^igioll Factories some very br Auti SalVtiofe, made from finest Australian vool, fnat we'ltrt se'Jing — Suits to mea sure. '8S3 3s. ; -twuse re, lCs. 6d., cut is fashiWiable stvk- a a-l splendidlv- made. ^5V(s invite critif'ism of these fa'jrics, and sa.i-'tt.ey show *..h c necessity of o.ur manu ?Avnfjicfinn ? g:estf. industries. SummerfielJ and Com piajy, 235 u, ill '237^ Pitt-street. — Advt. iV &-.TTr ( SNA jtii's Bite. —The quick vojoini of'thi' rattlesnake hivi not killed so :moiy peo^K' ax the more insidious ' but ? l«-ll.y :poi*oas 'round in the air of foul 'WtniK. ^11 - 11 oration of the blood by th« li'.:n becumis impossible, sometimes, and ftiElinj-.-'hwilth, ^roivion; weakness, and loss '»® apj/otit*. arc. harbinyers of approaching t&eath. t&or si eh cages Hop Bitters are ?ftft.e pOteit Mid atl-powerful remedy to 'S -i...

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RILEY CUP. Waverley Mechanics v. Coates. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

H-IIiEY CUP. Waverlev Mechanics v. Coates. These two clubs resumed tho match on thd northern wioltets. The chief charaetoristicsof tho day's play wus tho fine bowling of Campion of the Wavorluy Mechanics Club, who bowled nil through the second innings tlie Coates, taking 0 wickets for 25 runs. Tho Cautes C.C., who had had lost 1 wicket for ono run* resumed their innings, and wero all disposed of for 42 runs. The only player lmvingdoubietigurodistinction being Byrnes, with 1J{. The Mechanics with 55 ruus to got to win, went in, and owing to tho free kitting of Young, who contributed U0# wore enabled to score a victory by 7 wickets. Appended aro tho fulLscores : — COATES. 1st Innings. , 2nd- Innings. Byrne*, b Campion ... 6 b Campion ? 13 Clarke, b Campion ... 2 b Wills ... ... 1 Smith, b Campion ... 0 b Campion -.. ? ... 7 F. 'thinks, c Gibbou, b I Wills ... ? G b Campion... ... 2 Thorpe, b Wills ? .'0 b Campion... ' 2 l)e Sax, b Campion ... 0 b Wills ... ... I FouHett, b Wills...', ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

Considerable interest in y.acliting eirelei will be created by tho raco between . the newly arrived American yacht, J. S.'Poyen (7 tons), and the Sao and Assegai. The race will probably come off on Saturday and it is not so much for tho value o the prize, which is only a sweepstake of X10 each , as for the curiosity which will be uxcited by the presence of a Yankee yacht in P''t Jackson, The American bbat is a centve-ho.'.vj Gili, whilst tho two Sydney boats tvva Oil tho deep keel principle.. The cour3P chosen is an oce.an one, viz., from iv line between Middle Head and the light ship, around a boat off Long Beef, rtild back to the lightship. The boats will be sailed by their respective owners, and the race will start shortly after 2 p.m. A steamer is to follow the race, so that those who arc interested will have a chance rjt witnessing the event. . ? ? '. . _ - WHY BO THOUSANDS Travel down nnd up Brskine-street to in spect tho splendidly-assorted Btock at Webb's, the unrivalled tai...

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Willoughby v. Coucord. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

Willougliby v. Concord. Thosa two clubs commenced their match for the above cup on the southern wicket. The Concords wero tho first to occupy the creases, and succeeded in rumiiug up 02 before being all disposed of, only one man succeeded in reaching double figures. Henry O'Brien making'!*, not out. Tho most suc cessful bowlur for tho Willoughby boing Chapman, who secured six wickets for 11 runs. Tho Wil* lotuliby then went in, and at call of time, had six wickets down for .'j7 rtms, of this number Forsyth contributed twenty-one. Carrol bowled two for 7. Tho following are the scores Concohw,— First Innings. II. O'Brien, not out ? ? .... 38 Hillie O'Brien, bJ. Pain ? 0 J. Freshwater, run out ? 3 W. Colics, run out ? 0: J. Newland, b C. Lapan ? i 3 J. Uyiui, b Paino ? ,0 C. Colics, b Chapman ... ? ... s'4 Carroll, l- Chapman ... ... JA «. Langdon, b CiiajHuan ? ..,'^.0'. ' Carr, c and b Chapman ... - ... ? : JS Jtowics, h w ? ; . 0 Sundries ? . ??? ' 1 I Total ? ? : ...'~ea~ Bowliug A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

|, Amusements. r fj\ H EAT RE. R O Y A '- L. Under tho direction of Messrs, WILLIAMSON, GARNER and MUS GROVE. Lessee, Mr. Sam Luzar. Treasurer, Mr. ' G. L. Goodman, Stage Mauagsr, Mr. John Wallace. Doors open at 7,30, cotmnouco at 8; carriages at ' ? 10.30. - WILLIAMSON, GARNER, and MUSGROVE'S ROYAL COUnC OPERA COMPANY (Now in the 5th year of its existence). HAVE ESTABLISHED ANOTHER SUCCESS . In the production of Stephen's aud Solomon's Nautical Opera, BILLEE TAYLOR TO-MORROW (MONDAY) EVENING, OCTOBER 18, And until further notice, MAGNIFICENT NEW SCENERY By Mr, JOHN BSUNTON, Musical Director ... ... Mr. Alfred Collier, Admission :— Dress Circle, 5s,; Stalls, 3s.; Upper Cirolo, Is. .x Box plan open at Theatre daily from 10 till 5. ? Tickets for all parts at Eastway's- Hotel, r -Tele- phone,- No. 114. . -.j A' L HAM, BR A ? M U S I C -m - H AL L, /%.: GeorgC'Street, Huymurket. . ?? Proprietor and Manauer ... Mr. Frank Smith. Business and Stage Manager ... Mr. Edwin Shipp. This and eve...

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Surry United v. Wentworth. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

Surry TKiitod tt. Wentworth. This match, wlsinh wjis decided 'by the first in nings, ended in a victory for tho Surry Uniteds. Tho Wcwtworths mado 171 by sound crickct. Sparkna (5f») playev'din first -class styt?. Tho Surrys made 174 with six wickets dowii, tfcaB winning Isy ! 4 wickots and 3 rims. Tho following aro tho do- 1 tails:— Wrarrvroimi. \ fijiarkos. b ThotMion ; ? 50 . Nash, b Cottaiu ? 0 - ' Dickings, b Hurr.c ? ? 8 Dunimett, h Thomson ? ...24 N« Burcher, c Ii-wui, bThomsoi*... ... 0 Hall, b Hume ... ... ... ..s 3 . , Stevons, b Thomson ? : ...?37 ? ! Dickinson, c Cottuai, bHumo .... ...20 W. Burcher, not o-afc ? ? ... ??5 ?? Evaus, b Hume . ... ' ... '0 ( Law\.b Hume ..v ? ? ' ... ..v 0 '? Sundries ...' ... ... ....^6 v. ? Total ... ... ? - 171 ; Sonar United. ;v ' , J X 'NVilson, cNash,l-Sparkos ,r J . .T.Pii«ett,bSparBzfs.... ? ... .1 k' . R. BDowster, c Stevens, b N. Burcher.;.. 39 i J. Bb.voridgo, b Burcher ... . ..... 20 j J. Searlo, run out ? ? r- 26 ' f- ; J. Cttf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

Special Advertisements. A SSOCIATION CEICKET GHOUND. Sciwon 1880-7. SEASON TICKETS AUK NOW READY FOK ISSUE. , AnmuVSuVscrlpllnn* 7' Two Guineas Entrauca Fco to Now M^'nlwr* ... Onu Guinea SCHOOL BOYS.' Annnol Siilwcriiition ? ft.. Entrnnco Fee...' .... ? - », «? 7 jfPn'OBAnr.r/CRinKET.MATOHES ii i'J. flnrinv JSVS1H!«» REASON- . '? '/VlrtorW*. Now Poii'IiWrIim, ?Intercolonial Mntoli. England r. N.8. WuIoh, also ft Hoturn Mntcli. Enrlamt v. Annttnli'U Enulni»1 v. Australian Novo™. . . Victoria' v. M.S. WuIch (Svilwiy a»(l Provincial - CricVct Association.) 4 RPECIAT. NOTICE. T.ADIKR' - TICKETS.— Or Hernial ncciwinim, wliicli will lxi alrorUseil. full : Stilincriliini.- M'm lHTH (mtinnl 1k»v« oxcont^il), J'™''1'' '-'! of flinlr Mitml.irs'. CarilH. obtain TWO T.nillc« T Idiots. ainl comitry wnmlwre laav olitnm ujjji T-m1v'h TicVet. which will .mlmit. »o tho Jlcservo for U10 ocwiM Bwjciflvl, Tho Ticket* niUHt l.e nhtnln»il from tlm aliiro nUnc not Inter 'than tlio ilayprlor.to tho advert...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

\ CRICKED Tl,o first intorcolonm match v. Victoria will tako placo in Molbonrno on Docomiw 27 : and following and a return inatdi haf },ocn arranged for January *.-th aud follov. ? ' intp flays in Sydney. ThoSydncy juniorH.compolimr for thoscconjl H«cnndmfitropolitancupandnie'iiilH,arotov»?;t Molbonrno, to contort vun - ium »« juniors who aro intent upon annexing the '—Sports' Depot Cup. This makes about the cisrhth intercolonial inat^hthis soason. Thirty-two cracks of tho Cumberland Dis frlot havo boon sobvt.?d vto ]-raet:oo for the match, All Kngland versun their district, winch comcs off ^11 XoviMnbt-r 1.1th and 14th. Tho Australian Kloven will play threo matches in Now Zealand, previous to meeting the Eii'/lishrnen in Melbourne in November. They will not disband until after tho Kngland y. Australian Klevon match, to bo played in ?Sydney in January. Yesterday was a bowtora day all ovi*r. as tlie ground wax very treacherous, and tall hitting impossible, as tho ball Hocmed dead, un...

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N.S.W. Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

N.S.W. Cricket Association. Tho adjourned monthly committeo meeting of tho Association was hold on Friday evening at Aaron's Exchange Hotel. Dr. Wilkinson presided. Tho first business was tho fixing of tho date of tho opeirng of tho return inter colonial match. Tho date determined on by the sistor colony for tho first match being Decombor 31, Mr/ J). W. Gregory proposed — ' That Friday, January 21 , he tho first day of tho return match.' As an amendment, Mr. V. Cohen moved — 'That Saturday, tho 22nd, bo tho day instead of Friday, the 21st.' Mr. Bovill, in seconding tho amendment, pointed out that if tho match was begun on Friday it would most probably bo finished before Wednesday (Anniversary Day), whereas on the othor hand, if tho match begun on Satur day. it would probably oxtend to Wednesday, whith would mean a far greater attendance at the eloso than coul-1 possibly bo tho case otherwise. Mr. Gregory con sented to tho change, and tho amendment was carried unanimously. The match ...

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BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

jBABY, Mine jyoslllio skios, 5wo^ hair, -very fair, jtiinyiUoso.-jiink'toeK, ? . *, «mplcd feitt, so swoot, -2«ttnmg w^tsy-.; soino day CiUdB may lip-; that's baby.

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TOLD FOR IDA. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

TOLD KOK IDA. Onco upon a time there lived a princess. She was a very pretty little girl, with eyes a? blue as tho violets that grow by tho meadow-brook, and cheeks as pink as wild roses, and hair as golden as sunshine. Aval all the people loved this little princess be causo she was so kind and loving and lovable. But she had ono great fault, and that was, — Pro-cras-ti-na-tion. Sometimes this little yellow-liaired prin cess would be playing with her dolls or reading a story-book, when hor mamma would say — ' Ida, dear, run upstairs, and fetch me a spool of silk from my table.' And Ida would answer, with a sweet smile, — ' In a minute, mamma.' Ono minute would go by, and- another, and a groat many more. . 'Will you got my silk, Ida?' ' Oh yes, mamma,- as soon as I finish this chapter.' . 1 ? ,-.!? 'Now, Ida.' ' ',.y ' In just a minute, mamma.' But the. chapter was sure to be finished, with perhaps another one, bofoio the silk would b'o fetched. . .U It wa3 not only once, but all the...

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AT A STREET CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

AT A STREET COKNER. Who will buy my roBo's— Hoses rod and whito— Swootost of all »osies 1 For a man's doliglit?. Who will buy my gold grusn— - Veathorv, Bwoot. and tall Buy, om tho summer pass, Swootest thing of all ? Who will buy my violots— Frosh from warm, wot oarth ? Ho who stops to buy thom gats All his monoy's worth. . ' I will buy y our rosos— ?Roses rod and whito, Swootost of all, nosios For a man's doliglit.' . ' I will buy your gold grass — Feathery, swoot and tall — Buy, ore tho summor pass, . Swootost thing of all. . -- ii j w;]] i,ny y0W- violits— Frosh from warm, wot oarth — Sinco ho who buys thom gets All his monoy's worth. '? Violots, grass and rosos — You aro mino-to-day— ' Wl,0n you're faded, posios, Jtlioo I throw away!' , I'HlLII* llotlllKE MARSTON,

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JEFF. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

? gEFF. . Jeff wm 7. tvme oiwv. It was hi* way tw hide the food left ovei ? from one meal for mother. Young toils be was very fond of. H . was laughable t-v see him try to hide a big to, id under a small board. No sooner would Jeff put tho board ovei the toad than ho would hop out. Then jett wouiu suaae lum hard with his bill, and put him back. After this had boen repeated several times, the toad would remain long enough for Jeff to think it safe to leave him. Hi loved to torment the cat. He would take her tail in ono claw, and pinch it, nnd follow Kitty all over the room, hopping on tho other foot, till he drove her citing from tho house. A hunter once shot a bunch of feathers from his back. ' i Ever after that if anyone pointed a! stick at him, ho would hide, or run squall-; ing to his mistress. _ ' One day his mistress hit him wiith ai stick, and broke his wing, when sho only, meant to scare him away. After that, Joff had to make his home with tho1 chickens. S. E. H. i

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HETTA TO LETTY. III. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

HETTA TO LETTY. -III. DEAttESTJjETTY, — Thesocial atmosphere has -almost: gone down to zero. : -Not even' u scandal to ripple tho, surface of society ! T- have been trying very, hard to break myselfintb evenings at home (I shan't use a big' A,- because it doesn't deservo it).' notwithstanding the odds against mo, '? as I ? will tell you furtbor.on. .. . .: Jac'c.gavo me such a treat at the begin ning of tho week. He took 1110 to see Faust at the Standard;' arid never 'in my life nave I enjoyed anything half so inuch. It's ?rather hard on tho poor heroine, urguorite,' to say this, for you re m'.'i^b'.'r when wo r?ad tho play together, how we pitied, and oven cried ovor her sad fats. Of course, you knew, my dear, I mean not only the delight of acaing good acting, but the pleasure of forming ono of tha audience in a pratty, TrcJl-li^hted house, overythiug losLiug so bright and expectant. I send you a newspaper with a long critique of the play and actors, for no description of mine conl...

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PAINTING A CAMEL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

PAINTING A CAMEL. I An elephant onco played an amusing trick upon a camel, which was its neigh bour in a managerie. Ono of the workmen had been engaged in painting a portion of the house, touching off tho ornamental pro jections with red paint. Tlie young ele phant watched liim with great interest, apparently amused at the bright bits of colour. The painter was absorbed in his wori wlion tho dinner-bell rang. He put liiB pot and brush down, and went off to his meal. The elephant waited till he was out of sight, then carefully felt for the brush with his trunk. Next to tho young elephant stood a sleepy camel, dreamily eating hay. Tlio elephant took up the brush and streaked the camel's side. The keeper ???long just then, and watched events. The elephant appeared highly pleased when he saw the red line of paint on the camel's gray flanks. When tho painter returned, t^e brush Waa back in its place, tho elephant was gazing earnestly into space, and the camel was emplazonod all over with...

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Recovery of Roberts. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

Recovery of Roberts. Roberts, who rode Union Jack at Moonee Walley and Elsterriwick, ha3 been laid up ?with typhoid fever in tho Alfred Hospital, Ibut I am glad to hear that he is progress ing favourably.

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Daylesford Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

.. Daylesford Handicap. Although disappointed with Camerine :at Flemington on the first of the New 'Year, Mr. Davis managed to annex tho 'Diylesford Handicap with Meerschaum.

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Fusee. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887

Fusee. - . 'Fusee, who has been treated to a long .spell, has been put in work again.

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