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YOUNG VICTORIA (I.O.R.) v. GRENVILLE (I.O.R.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
Y'OUNG VICTORIA (LO-R) v. " GRENVILLE (LO.R.) . The iatch .between the above teams was played on the ground of the forme.r it Royal Park, on Saturday, Ocfober 2bth. The clubs-played up to a quarter past six, when the Grenville deolaretL that they would play .no longer, as; no agreement had ,been made asto what time they had to -play to. The scores were:- .: . : - .. : Young Victoria (Ist innings), ...: 46,. Grenville (istinnings) ... .. 50 Young Victoria (2nd innings) 5 .... wickets for ... .... .. 38 Grenville (2nd innings).. ? ..,. 51 SAny club iwishing .toplay the Young Victorias: are requested' to write to the secretaiy, JohdinI Bromell, :"2o. Biroigh street, North -Melbourne: Th'e 'rverage, age is 16 to 17. , :. Jo *HN BROaMElln Secretary.f
GRENVILLE v. YOUNG VICTORIA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
GRENVILLE~ V. -YOUNG VICERoIt.a. - CRICK.'T CLUB. . The above match-was played on the . latter-oa October 20oh, and resulted in a wir, for .Grenville oi the first iiinings by six ria s The fdlvin ih-e scoreB 'Grelsvile Younig Victoria 46 - or Grentville the principal.l score were Forsyth, 34; and McFarl-ieae 6' "Bowling-Forsyth, 4 vickets "for i~i rufns l Blay, 3 wickets for 12 ?runs; alik McDonald, 3, for 12. .; " For the Young Victoria ,Stewart ( McGuiness (s), and Brown (8) were .-e
FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
FUN AND FANGECY Not enough to go. round.--A.semi-dirch ' This is agrate day for me,' said .ths convict, as he retired behind the barsw" iHow cool poor Smithereens was befor, the gun exploded.' A'nd he was collected afterwarda' Blake (producing cigar case)- 'Have one, old fellow 1' Sohmer-- What are they?' B.---' Cigars.' :S. --'Thanks . Thought they might be those things you usually smoke'.' "I- g _-'I see that tlere is crapson th Di; gr dor'. 'Griggs-' Yes. roor old BiogerbO155s hinmself a safety razor.last week.' • 'You ought to have seen me,' said t14 jivaious young lady to the newministere 'Fd just got the skates on and. made * start, when down I came on my-' ' Maggie,'said-her mother. .. 'What? Oh, it: was funny. .One sks?? "et oiie:way'and the other t'other, ax oowii I came on iny--- . 'Slargaret,'reprovingly spoke her fatk. 'Well, what? They scooted from under me am. down I came on my-= I '"r . aret,' yelled both h&r parents. * Oni '?y little brother, who had me by I....
NORTH MELBOURNE (A.N.A.) v. FITZROY (A.N.A.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
-NolRTH MELBOU..NE (.i A) V FiTZRqy (A.N A.) The match between the abovo braniches of the A.N.A. 'icas continued on Satur day at Royal Park, anid resuited in an. easy victory for the home team by 9 wickets and 4 runs. T. Crosbie and C. Goirlay, the niot out batsmen, continues their innings. Crosbie added to the score, .Gourlay was dismissedi without scoring, and the innings closed 96. Fitzroy were all disposed of for 47, leav ing North 14-to win, which they quickly accomplished, closing their second. innings for t7 for I wicket. Crosbie proveda very destructtve. bowler, taking 6 wickets for 28 runs, and P Munro took 3. wickets for I5 runs. Watt effected two good catches off Miunro's ?owling. The highest score (23) was inadef by T.' Cros bie, Rohsburn ('.) coming next, -and. Courlay (it) third. On Saturday ihext. (to-morrow) the Richmond ivill b visit North, when a tough match is expected. -
BRITISH STAR V. PARKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
1 RSTISH STAR :Y. PAiRKVILL1' British Star (Ist innings) - -; 82 " Second innings -.: ':'-- --, 83 Total-.: -: -- , --'I65 lieron (29-o), McDermot (18-37) and J. Dick (15-35), not out, were the pri.n' pal sccrers for the Star. -Parkville (Ist.innings).-, - 38 Second innings 5 wickets for' ' 42 Clarke, t2(uot out), and 9 ; ,Moody, and I ; Holmhnes, 8 and 7; Phillips, 6 and £, were thn principal scorers for Parkville. The Parkville had 8 wickets of the Star down for 9 runs in their second innings, but through their bad fielding the Star ran the total up to 83. Arm strong bowled well for the Parkville, securing 1o wickets for 56 runs.
SPORTS DEPOT HARD WICKET TROPHY. CAMBRIDGE V. SOUTH RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
SPORTS DEPOT HARD WICKiET TROPHY. CAMBRIDGE v" SovrU RiciMOND.. The 'above match iesulted iii a win for SouthbRichmond by one innings andc. runs, the scores being- . .. - South Richmond.(Ist innings)..; 133 Cambridge (Ist innings) . 3.. 3 (:nd innings) ... . *... 58 Total... .. . g 'The folliwing batted well for ethe Cani bridge : E. Lascelles 4... . . 4 and' in --J. T-avis ... ... ... and' 8: •-V. Barnes ... .-. .o. ,9 T. N yans ... ... .. . .. . " , +7 Bowling (Cambridge)-P. Mansfield, 2 wickets for 14 runs; A. Hall, E wicket for so runs; ~V. Barber, w wicket for i_ runs; XV. Barnes, 2 wickets for 54 ruiis ; and J. Madden, 2 wickets for '7 rnns. A. T. CLARKJE, Hon. Sec.
BOHEMIANS V. PEMBROKE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
"B OteEIANS V. PEMtBROKE. " ' '"?. . This match ws . concluded on Sa*,=-t day last and resulted in d victory. foi thea Bohiemiaus by i21 runs. -The total scoze • oe~nhins (Ibt innings) ,--... :-lr'io Second inuings ... •... ..w9g Tot.4 .. 2. 6 ±'embn ,ke (Lst innings) - . ' Seceiid ignings... uor tse Boheuniui.ssP.,,Ryasi 4" D - Reid (s4 wicket furo 35a) c u?. O (4 wick *ts fo . 26) battean bowl -
METROPOLITAN MATTING ASSOCIATION'S TROPHY. PARKHILL V. MIDDLE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
METROPOLITAN MA~TTING AS SOCIATIONS TROPHY. PARRKtILL V. MtIDDLE PARK. The, above match was brought to a conclusion on Saturdty last and. resulted in a very easy, win :r the Parkhill by an innings and one run. The scores were as follows:- - Parkhill (1st Innings) ... . .. 144 MIDDLE PARK. ISt Innings.- ' Hartlsy, e Simp'son, Smith .. 0 Wash,.b':hiders ... .. .. 4 Cox (ndt olt) 0.. .* . 28 Bourt, bMadl&'rd 1 . .. . . Honeybone, e Keenso. b M Riders ,. 5 Brown, b itatley .... .. .. Howard, h Rutley .... .. . Watson, b Smith ".".. . . Duncan,b Smith .. . - Bond, b M?dders . .. .. .O Brodigan, b Me-ders .. ., .. B otes, . . . . . -* : * Le Byes- . .. Total \26. 2mD Imiik s. Huic, fltley: . . '9 Walsh run out . CiOx. b .Smith.. 4?. ".::??.::: Hurst,rn.n:oot,•;-::;,;:. ?'Y!85 ?-' Honeybone, e aodbh Andershon r.' 1 Brown, b Rudley .. q ..*i 11 Howvaid (stbsent) . Watson, b Maloney .. .. 1 Ilonnen,'? Madders : .,I : 2 Brsdrnu (not out) .. -. . Total .. . .. .. Bwior g-Jf. Madloer.0 ...
METROPOLITAN MATTING ASSOCIATION'S TROPHY. PARKHILL V. FITZROY GASWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 2 November 1894
MEiTROPOLITAN MXSITTING AS SOCIATION'S TROPHIY. PARKIIILL -. FITZROY' GASWORKS. ,..:he above smatch ,will be commenced tioi-orrow, on tfe -g-d?uid of the lattei [Datrlin. gardens). . The following are reqiested to meet at hge cmrner of Flemington. road and Abbotsford streets, oraon the ground at 3 .sharp (Sii;th street traI : ,Burkle, Pie, Smith. ,'eeinan, Simiison, A. Maadders, J. Madders, Maloney, :Anderson, Miller, Ad.am-s,; Rutley, Rus sell. I-. K. RUTLEY, .fon: Se:.
BRITISH STAR V. PARKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 2 November 1894
- ITImSH STAR-T-. PARKVILLE-..? _. The.above match resnlted in a win foi the former by 67 runs, tTh sore- ilileig as follows :- Parkvilie (Ist Innings) ... 38' Second Innings . . 6. -British Star (irst Innings) ... 83° Second Innings .. ..83 :-. M~cD&not [t8 and' 37),Dick (5- ank 35), Heron (_zo, Clarke ( r, not out) and Moody (i i and 5), ),batted best for Park ville. Bowling-(S;ar)-Shannon 9- for 46; .O'Keefe, 6 for 34; Heion, *r for 9 and Kelly, I for 4. J. 1V. SMITH, Secretary
Cricket. [Secretaries wishing to have their reports inserted should send them into the office not later than Tuesday in each week.] LEEMING AND McMASTER'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 2 November 1894
Cricket. [Secretaries wishing to have their reports inserted should send them into the office Snot later than Tuesday In each week.] LEEMING AND Mc3ASTER'S TROPHIES. The delegates from the clubs compet ing from. the above trophy, met at the George-Hotel last Wednesday evening, Mr. J. Livingstone being in the chair. When the roll was called the only club unrepresented was the Claremont. After the minutes were read the secretary read out the result of the first round of the competition as follows;-- .-.... Club. . Points. North Melbourne Excelsior 4 Melrose imperial ... ... 44 South Carlton ... 4 British Star ... ... ... 4. St. Mary's ..... 4 Ferndale .. 4 Claremont ... ... -.. o Colonnade... . .. Flix United ..: ...' ."o Our Bys .. . . o 'Parkrille - ; . .. " ": ! A complaint was iade by the secr tary that- some obscenie language' had been made use of at one match, and:tie chairman requested explanations from the delegates of the clubs interested. Statements were made and accepted by...
ICEBERGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 2 November 1894
ICEBERGS. The main feature of the Polar Seas con sists of the icebergs, those huge masses of ice which are so frequently a source of danger to whalers and sealers. They are of every size, from a few feet- to 200, and,. in certain instances, 400 feet high. Now it is supposed that only one-seventh part of a whole berg projects above the sea level, so that an iceberg which shows 100 feet above wa:er would probably be altogether 800 feet in height. Though they servc no purpose useful to man, they are largely resorted to by the oalk. Fivers, and other birds which affect the Arctic regions. the smaller frag ments being occasionally occupied for a time by seals, and more seldom by the white polar bears. Their origin was slong a subject of dispute, but it is now nc rtain that they are derived from the land ice. Off the western shores of Green?an- they are very nun:erous, and there indeed is the chief place of their birth. For they are simply portions of the great stream of ice, which, trave...
Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 2 November 1894
Last Sunday the 35th anniversary of the above Sunday Schooi was held. In the morning the Rev. J. Carson, lof Brunswick accupied the pulpit and in the afternoon the Rav. W. Williams ad dressed the children and fri uds, and showed his possession of that not very common ability of being able to preach a sermon, which, while it-interested the elders, kept the: little ones attention rivetted the whole lime. In the evening the pastor, Mr. Isaac preached to a well filled churcb, which was but a rapitition of the attendance of the preceding services. The musical portion of the anniversary celebrations was in the capable hands of Mr. McKenzie who has been at great pains for some time past to teach the children some exceedingly prrtty hymns for the 0 casion. Mr. George Martin officiated at the organ, in' a very effective manner. The Superintendent exnlained that the deacons had been informed that hospital Sunday would be about the middle of October, and by choosing the last Sunday they though...
INVITED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 2 November 1894
INVITED. " Mother sent me," said a little girl to a neighbour, " to ask you to. come and take tea with her thin eseninr." - " Did she say at what time, my dear ?" " o, ma'am; she-only said she would ask you, and then the thing would be off her mind." " Come to my alms," as the poormaster said to the tramp." The work of the hardy miner is all in rein, and yet he is happy awhen he finds it's ore. Artists ha-re adopted different emblems of charity. IWe wonder none of them ever thought of a piece of India-rubber-a sulb stance so c:asily made to give. " Pat, Pat, you should never hit a man when he is-dlmn '" .Pat : "WVhat did I work so lmtd- to get him dotwn for "
LOOKING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 2 November 1894
LOOKING AHEAD3. .Mother: " Laura, you ought t3 el tha i young man of yours go home earller." iss Laura: "But we -,ee:?-engagrd, mamma, andl don'tsee why--" Mther: "You will gat him into I.aelto of ,taring out late that you will b"e durry : or "zme day, after the honeyv'cgrn is over." What letter is that which is in visible, but never out of siaht ? The letter L Why is swer?ring aloud like an old coa? i Ih's a bad hablt. Why is there no such thing as a wholei ay ? Becauseeve-y duy breaks: _ A poet s-eay Shi has fair; but eorro !et traves there.". What became of the rest of tke habr?i-s he don'- state. -