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THE FOUR TEST MATCHES. Comparative Table of the Averages of Each Colony. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
TEE FOUR TEST MATCHES. Comparative Table of the Averages of Each Colony. (By 'Not Out.') It will he reeolleoted that tbe aggregated hatting aud bowling averages of eaoh colony in the first throe test matches were published? in these columns at the conclusion of the match at Adelaide. Having been found very interesting, not only to close students of crioket statistics, but to tho general publio of this and other colonies, I have thought that a similar compilation embracing the whole of the test matches, inoluding that which ended so disastrously for England on Monday, would be equally appreciated. On perusing them as appendod, it will he Been that the batting averages of New South Wales have dropped about half-a-dozen runs, owing to the failure of Iredale, Gregory, and Moses, whereas the signal suocess of Graham and the younger Trott haa had a vastly im proving effeot upon those of Viotoria. The batsmeu of the Cabbage Garden with 34*50 are now leading by a shade more than half a run,...
THE BICYCLE CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
THE BICYCLE CARNIVAL. The programme put before tbe publio by the League of Wheelmen of New South Wales is one of the moat attractive ever issued in Australia, as tho prizes offered mako it worth while for a plucky rider to take a chance in nnmo of thn «VAnfcn. Binvolinir ia a nustimn that requires splendid wind, and a man must keep himself in good condition to be success ful. Smoking is not an unnecessary habit for a rider, bnt he must follow the example of the crack Amorioan wheelmen, and only smoke a brand that is known to be excellent. For this reason we advise Frossard'u Cavour Cigars, whioh are obtainable everywhere in paokets of 8 for Is. Professor Bruville recom mends these oigars to all athletes a8 being specially prepared, and, the niaotine extracted, they aro a pleasant, aromatic, and invigorating smoke.
CANTERBURY v. SOUTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
CANTERBURY v. SOUTH SYDNEY. This .match waa oommenoed ou tho Association Ground yesterday afternoon. The South Sydnoy captain won tho toss, and sent Canterbury in to bat. Tho suburban boys have begun badly, having lost three wiokets for 25 runs, Moses being ono of the batamen dismissed. Play was stopped on oooount of rain'. Scores 1 — CANTERBURY— First Innings. H. Mosos, b R. Donnan ? ? u. 3 W. Sheridan, b J. Callaway ... ... 6 J. Geldiug, st Senrle, b J. Callaway ... 4 H. Griffiths, not out... ... 3 J. Ashdown, not out ... ... 5 Sundries' ... _ .., w 3 Total for three wickets ... 25
THE ENGLISH TEAM. Match Against Eighteen of New England. (BY WIRE—FROM OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ARMIDALE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
THE ENGLISH TEAM. Match Against Eighteen of Xeir England. (BY WIRE— FEOH OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ArmiDjLLE, Saturday Night. Stoddart's team oommenoed a matoh against eighteen of Now England to-day. The weather was beautiful. Stoddart won the toss from Allingham, and eleoted to bat. sending in Brookwell and Peel, Kirke ana Cooper trundling. Brookwell got a oouple off Kirke, and Peel a single. In Cooper's first over he bowled Peel with a good ball. At the adjournmont for lunoh four wiokets had fallen for 64 runs. The innings closed for 187. Stoddart was missed twice in succession. The locals had lost one wioket for 22 runs when stumps were drawn. Sooros : — ENGLAND — First Znnisga. Brockwoil, b Cooper .„ ^ ... 9 Brown, b Cooper ? ? ... '? 4 Peel, b Cooper ? „. ^.1 'Ward, o Bryant, b Cooper ? 0 Stoddart, o A. Harden, b Allinghaia 88 Briggs, c Copoland, b Kirke 25 Philipson, b Kirko .„ ? ^ 4 Gay, b Allingham ? ... M 2 Ford, b Morewether ... M 0 Maclaren, o L. Braund, b Kirks... „. 41 Hu...
ELECTORATE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
ELECTORATE CRICKET. After cessation of play for threo weeks, oansed by the International and Intercolonial matches, the looal Premiership matches wero re-commenced yesterday. It was unfortunate that the rain otoppod play shortly after starting. A great crowd turned out to vritnesa tho Glebe-Paddington matoh at Wontworth Park. Alex Bannermon played very wall for hia 16 not out. He made all tho first 16 runs that wero soored off tho bat. Andy Newell bowled well for Globe, having only four ratis scored off him. Austin missed stumping Noble off NewoU. It was a bad miss. Brewster was run out when shaping well. Some of tho Glebo mon hold tho opinion that Bob had regained the orease boforo tho wioket was put down. After the rain had stopped Domo of the speotators at Wentworth Park had to walk through wator 6in deep beforo reoohlng the street. Wentworth Park is badly in want of proper drainage. Now then, Lewis G I The Paddingtons are' without the services of Mackenzie and Kelly, who are awa...
LEICHHARDT v. EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
LEICHHARDT v. EAST SYDNEY. Played at Leichliardt, E. S: won tho toss, and sent Leichhordt la on a slow wicket. 'When rain stopped play, two wickets liad fallen for 58 runs. LEICHHARDT. Storey, not out ? ? ... 33 Meaney, o Burton, b Shea... 0 Norris, b Shea ... ... ... ... 9 Fumeis, not out ... u. „. ^ 15 Sundries ... ... m M 1 Two wiokets for ... M 68
CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. MANLY. This match was started on tho Parramattn Oval on Saturday. Central Cumberland won the toss, and went in to bat, and at call of time had lost eight wioketa for 171, U. B. 'Walford scoring 108 not out. Sooros : — CENTRAL CUMBERLAND— First Innings. S. R. Walford, not out ? 10S L. Pye, o Pritchett, b W. Frazer ... 5 J. Wilson, b W. Frazer ? 0 B. O'Connor, b Rowe ? 13 1-. O'Reilly, c Ridge, b W. Frazer ... 2 A. Church, b 'W. Frazer ? 5 'W. A. Brodie, o and b W. Frazer ... 0 Thorpe, o F. Ridge, b S. Ridge ? 0 Miller, st Rawson, b S. Ridge ... ... 26 Loveridge, not out ... ? ? ... 5 Sundries ? ? ? ... ... 7 Total for eight wiokets ? 171
REDFERN v. WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
REDFERN v. WAVERLET. Like all the other games, this matoh was inter rupted by rein. Waverloy started batting, and . whon play oeased hud knooked up 42 for the Iobs of one wioket, W. Triokett hitting hard for his runs. Following are tho scores : — WAVERLEY — First Innings. E. 'W. Cruickshank, b Hume ... .... 0 'W. Walford, not out ... .„ '... 9 'W. Triokett, not out ? ? „. 82 Sundry ? ... ,... 1 Total for one wicket M ... 42
PADDINGTON v. GLEBE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
PADDINGTON v. GLEBE. Those two teams met for tbo first time this sooson on Wentworth Park on Saturday. Thore were fully a thousand people present to watoli the game. Tho wickot was vory slow, the ball ooming along very low at times. The Globe skipjitr wou the toss and sent Paddingtou in u- bat. Twenty one runs werp knooked up for the loss of ono wioket whea rain stopped play for tho remainder of the day. Scores 1 — PADDINGTON— First Innings. A. C. Bannermnn, not out... _. 16 14. Brewster, run out ... ? ? 0 M. A. N oble, not out ... ... 3 Sundries w ^ 2 | One wioket for ... ... M 21
A VOICE FROM FREEMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
A VOICE FRO 51 FREEMANTLE. 'I A New South Welshman, who is a car penter by trade, writing from Freemantle (W.A-) to a friend in Sydney, says : — 'I am etiil out of work, and I am likely to bo so for some time. Good tradesmen who have been trying their hand at gold-digging are flooking into Freeiuantlo, and walking about with their hands in their pockets. On the diggings things are muoh . worse ; dozena aro dying every day from starvation and fever, although you don't hoar.about it over there, as tho news papers dpn't wish tp frighten the popple. This is the inevitable result arising from the great rush whioh tpok place to Ccolgardie and the other West Australian goldfields about twelve mouths agp. Those -who are disappointed on tho diggings, and there are hundreds of them, liavo to make their way back te the towns, and pick up a living as best they can.' Judges will, in accordance with tho usual (and in this climate foolish) custom, sit in Banco to-morrow for the opening of term in ...
OUR TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
ODE TELEPHONE. » Now then, Exchange, tho Queensland weather ] prophet, Wragge, please. Wragge is on tap. Excuse our pertinacity, Mr. 'yyrajjge, but in the facp pf the weather yeu have beep giving us we bad to rincr yen up in iustioe to onr readers. That's all right, Sunday Ti«E9. What's the roattor new P Well, this freBh batch pf stprmg — the Nu onos, in fact, ai)d Bet, dpn't ypu think they have done ahput enough H-harin now? Ex cuse us stuttering? Oh! certainly, quite excusablo ; but, you see, I have so little control pyer them, they lead me an awful life. I'm really not respen sible for thoir vagaries. We hope not, but why don't you start a private luuatio asylum and put tnem under proper restraint. That's the trouble; they don't give pie a Bhow. There's H-harm gone west, while Nn waltzes around a radius of 630 miles from Cooktown, and Bot goes cavorting around Now South 'Wales generally. Havo you hap pened, to oonie across her in Sydney ? You Bet. Mot her in the Art Gallery the o...
ANOTHER EXCITING DAY ON THE HARBOR. SAILING BOATS SUFFER SEVERELY Some Timely Rescues. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
ANOTHER EXCITING BAY 01 TSE HARBOR. SAILING BOATS SUFFER SEVERELY Some Timely Rescues. The southerly buster which raged with such fury yesterday afternoon played great havoc' with sailing boats in thq Harbor. Though there Was ample and timely warning, few of the boats appeared to make any provision for the storm. During the height of the blow, accom: panied as it was by sheets of rain, sailinr* boats were turning turtle in all parts oz the Harbor, and, as usual, the ferry-bonta of the Port Jackson Company did yeopaan service in picking up cxewB. Captain Geo. Williams, who was coming from Manly in tho Fairlight at 3.80 saw the yacht Volunteer .capsize off George's Head, He bore down pn her at once, and took off Id of h'er crew of Id, tho others preferring to remain by the yacht, which was afterwards towed into Chowder Bay by tho Lady Man ning, and later on brought up to her moorings. During the time he has been with the company, Captain Williams haa PICKED UP BETWEEN 60 AND 70 person...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
HERE AHD THEHE. Iredale, three wickets for 1 ruA. Double L at Moorefield — Llflfla and Lustre. ? The first law term of '95 commences to morrow. After the past month's experience, who dares call it ' Sunny New South WaleB P' Tho taxing of bachelors is evidently a subject of discussion highly appreciated. A daily newspaper reporter describes the road to Wyalong as an 'angry bullook ?track.' Some letters headed ' The Truth About the Syrians ' appear on page 8 of this issue. Something ought to be done to prevent such waste as allowing fruit to rot on the trees about Sydney. 'The unification ef the colonies would save two millions in the cost of Govern® ment.' — Sir Georgo Dibbs. Mr. Russell's forecast for to-day S. to E. winds and rain, and thundsr on the coast and highlands. The 'mud-headed tarpayor ' will find something to particularly interest him in the Civil Service article of this issue. Increased and improved polico patrol ia necessary in the oubUrbs, where garrotting and burglar...
FIRE AT ASHFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
FIRE AT ASHFIELD, ;; A riRE ocourred yesterday at 11.50 in tho house of Mr, Geo. Doyle, clerk, cf Aohfiold., The kitchen flcor was partly burnt befpre tho flames were subdued. Mr3. Doyle was severely burnt about the face and hands. She waa heating turpentine, which upset and caused the conflagration. Ihe contents of tho houso are insured for ^£200 -in the Ano*' tralian Mutualtiffice.
WINDOW-SMASH IN MARKET-ST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
WINDOW-SMASH IN UARKET-ST. Last evening a-couplo of men were having § quarrel en the fpptpath in frpnt of Mr. Buis ton 'o shop in Market-street, and onfr' - pushed tne other through tho plate glass window. One was arrested and taken to No. 1 Police Station, the other, who' had his head cut, was attended to in Sydney Hospital. Both wero afterwards put in tho colla cn o cbargo of siotans conduct
MOOREFIELD RACES. Llena and Lustre the Winning Double. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. NEW SOUTH Wales Looks Like Defeating Queensland. THE ENGLISHMEN AT A[?]DALE. Rain Spoils the Local Premiership Matches. The Balmain Regatta—The Sailing Races—Several Capsizes—Cycling, Bowls, Pigeon, Shooting, &c. STARTING PRICES OF MOOREFIELD WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
MOOBEFIELD EACES. llena and Lustre the Winning Double. lijmCOLONIAL CHICIET. NewiSoutii Wales Looks Like De ; feating Queensland IH£ ENGLISHMEN AT ARBIDALE. Bala Spoils the Local Premiership Matches, vXhe Baimain Kcgatta — The Sailing ' Races — Several Capsizes — Cycling, Bowls, Pigeon Shooting, &c. ? STARTING PRICES OF MOOREFIELD WINNERS. , Llina, Tramway Handicap, 7 to 1. ' : Alameda, Welter Handicap, 2 to 1. . i Oddfellow II., Kogarah Stakes, 6 to 4. ?Lustbe, Moorefield Handicap, 5 to'l. CiiXVS, Stewards' Mile, 10 to 1. jr. 1 The Harvester, assisted by The Armorer )and Porcius II., covered two miles in 3min '4380c at Fleming-ton on Thursday morning. Owing to the unfavorable weather the Lillie lUridge proprietary were foroed to postpone | their last night's fixture until to-morrow (Monday) evening, when a start will bo made j at 8.15 p.m. : Highborn' s breakdown cannot be bo bad aa ; was at first thought, hia trainer being of the 1 opinion that the injured leg can be dooto...
MOOREFIELD RACES. Llena and Lustre. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
MOOJRE1TELD EACES. -t llena and Lustre. Racegoers have been unfortunate lately in tbe matter of weather. Although there was , every promise of a fine day yesterday forenoon stormy wind and rain came up over Moorefield after the first race, and made matters very unpleasant for the remainder of the afternoon. There was a large crowd of people pre sent, and the usual complete arrangements for carrying out the sport were in evidence. To begin with, the course was in good order, but got rather sloppy with the continuous downpour, notwithstanding which there were no aooidents to record. Strange to say the top-weight was chosen as favorite for the opening event, and although he didn't win he acquitted himself creditably by running third. The Queensland horse, The Abbott, was well backed, and Bix others wore well supported, inoluding Llena at 7 to 1. The latter, in T. Lamond's stable, got going smartly, and kept in front all through the journey, winning oomfortably ; from Juvenile. Llena is...
LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
LATEST BKTTIXG. Business on the Newmarket and Australian Cup continues to improve, and a fair amount of business is being recorded. Mr. H. Oxenham supplies the following prices as now being ou offer, and as indicating those that aro most in demand : — ' NEWMARKET HANDICAP. 10 to 1 v Vanitas 20 to 1 v Mainstay 20 to 1 v Malolo 25 to 1 v Beverley 20 to 1 v Oanmain 25 to 1 v Erl King 20 to 1 v Tuliamore 25 to 1 v Capstan 20 to 1 v J5 US to 50 to 1 others 20 to 1 v Laundress NEWMARKET AND AUSTRALIAN CUP DOUBLE. 1000 to 4 to 10, AUSTRALIAN CUP. ? 6 to 1 v Harvester 12 to 1 v Donation 8 to 1 v Oobbitty 12 to 1 v Preston 10 to 1 v lalanthua 12 to 35 to 1 others. -
ASPENDALE PARK RACES. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895
ASPENDALE PARK EACES. 1« \T (BY WIBS— TB02I OUB OWH COEBEflFOHDEHT.) J - Mjisodbme. Saturday Night. I The Aspendale raoes to-day were fairly well attended. Results — TRIAL HANDICAP— 5 furlongs. Esau, by Boolka — Black Tulip, 7st 51b (Pearson) 1 Faultlesss, 7st illb (K. Walker) ? 2 Green Ribbon, 7st 21b (R. Lewis) ... ? S Other starters : Ferret Sat 41b, Louiso 8st, 'Vivaoity 7st 101b, The Buocaneer 7st 81b, Eldon 7st 51b, Murella 7ut 51b, Irrigation 7st Sib, Malaria 6st 101b, Peter tint 101b, Wannabee Sst 81b. Betting 1 i to 1 v Irrigation, 6 to 1 Maiarie, Laplander, and Esau, 7 to 1 Louise and Ferrot. Won easily by two lengths. Time, lmin 5isec. HURDLE RACE— mile. Dundee, by Dunlop — Sunbeam, 10s 1 21b (Wise).., I Lord Hope, lOst (Howie) ? ? 2 Jimmy, Sst llilb (Bowen) ? 3 Other starters : Common Qst 121b, Lillith Sst 81b Faust 9st 41b. Betting : 6 to 4 ▼ Dundee, 3 to 1 Lord Hope, 0 to 1 others. Won easily by two lengths. Timo, 2min 54£sec. HALF-MILE RACE. Esau, by Boolka — Black Tu...