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4 Jan 1899

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4 Jan 1899

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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 4, 1899, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia shipping news. Cape Borda. 3, 9.15 passing inwards. I winds.w., Light. Sea smooth. 9 j mail Steamer passing in. Winds.w., Light. Sea smooth. Abbl Yed january 3. James Comrie. Steamer 73 tons j. Hand Enos com Adnau. Australian Steamer est tons mess Geries t Var times. Vernon master irom tars Cillus i december 4. Port said the. Suez Ioui c.10m1.0 Soth Albany 31st. Dalgetty & co., City Geo. Ferguson & co., port agents. Passenger mrs. Xiv. But and or. Wright in the Saloon and Origi Nal passenger War Aonga Steamer. Lo9 tons . Co .7__-s Banks master from Melbourne Janu any 1. B. Xiv. Mcdonald agent. City and port. Passengers mesdames Deacon Mead Bailey loess kill coat Murphy misses Ferguson wat on m. Wade Mead Bailey. Parkin. Messes. Hare. 3. Hurley Bannister a. E. Stanley. U. Crane Mackay. F. Stogdale it. Bailey Kindler h. Dia mond. Drew f. Bartram. Lucas in Smith smart. I Decas i coat Fisher and 25 Steerage and a so Saloon and 4 Ste age for . F Orizaba. R.m.s., 3.424 tons Orient company a. It. Clarke b-s.k-, commander from Lon " am. November 25, Gibraltar Soth mar ? a Les december 2, Naples 4th, port " said both Suez St Colombo 20th, Albany Soth. Passengers from London or. _ w. Sharpe and two in other classes. From mar j Reilles or. D. Me on. From Albany messes. 3. 3. Moore w. U. W. Williams Kelly. Quin. And Baird or. And mrs. A. Foggarty and 2 2 in All � Musca in route. � imposts january 3. J a Lien from us Gene in cargo. C Waro Onga from Fri Boule 95 boxes butter. Us ingots tin 12 Drums Dye stuff 35 Drums neats foot Oil 49 cases furniture 1,484 bags Sand ease pit t medicines 25 a Adles Broo i com. � 193 ones fruit 92 cases preserved Ginger 124 bags sugar 50 cases provisions 200 lags Oil cake 130 is i cheese and Quantity sundries. I 3 a december 30. F Stonier Brigantine 314 tons. A netting . 77 for an no hear 6 do. Hemp. Cabo for mdnoume2ob flagstones 1 Case a a Junery 0 bags Salt. 440 sacks do., 2 empty esses Bales cossacks 882 bags chaff. 9 casks 1 Gas 1 a age merchandise. For sydneyl2l j a a. i one samples. 350 sacks flour 600. Is do. By flagstones 862 bags Dias 35 pkg.malt.2e to. Beef 70 cases pc served meats 60 dec i. 610 pkg. Salt 0,630 sacks do., 1 Case metalware. 10 do. Oil 1 do. Books. 1 package or a Chanute. 1 do. Wire. Lis bags bark 11 pkg. A con err. 1 one stationery 1 do. Pianos 1 do. Sware m 0 4 bae. Port darwin2oo. To tt_-.1?e."10 do. I Ine. 1 too Eolia by fremantle3s6 Bullocks 10 sheep. Gan. Sailed. Tih. For Tebon Rne. " a Orizaba. For Melbourne. Al Tonita a Steamer far Albany. A Ophilo. Barque for Culm via port Pirie. Viig barque for coast. Post. I january s. Steamer Kadina 1,708 tons. Botcher Cap. Tan. Inifi i via port Augusta with a cargo of 3.000 tons of Coal on Jakc Ernnt of the Addaide steamship company. I a the vessels in port Are John Ena discharging i or j. C Julius loading wheat Jupiter Dis Faragi a Coke of n. Discharging Coal and. Alo Oyne at the an Wrage with Coke. Odt posts. Port january 3lnvestiga 1. By. Ift Laltoo. 1 port january 2nek-Bee, Jap it Pirie. 3dawn, Wallaroo. Sailed january i hic Jee port Pirie. 3dawn, port january 2alcyone, ant. Balled january 2 Willy Ana Sydney Vort e3liot, Newcastle on Tyne. Port january port . Arrived january i Adelsi a. Port x a Frie. Dawn and investigator Moonta Bay. J " tailed Jannary 2adelaide, port Pirie Dawn. And investigator Moonta Bay. _ f _ bid january 2 Larooka a Yort adj to. Sailed Larooka port Adelaide. _ air arrived january 2victory, port _ mad ode. Port january 2malcolm, port Adelaide. " c Bivens. january 2jupiter, Gohra. A nay Jannary 2tyro, Bumm. 3 onto to Morgan. T january 2-Queen, Morgan f sym. Murray Bridge. Sailed Tyro january 2cotowo, Murray. Bridge. january 2gem and Buby _ of live. Saver following figures show the. A the above summer level at the in 1 a Tim i i. I at 9 of january 3 it a of Dagal. 3 Ragga Ragga 1 it. 9 in. I " 3 Sells in. Hay 1 in. Moulmein. Or Balranald 1 it Coo Doga Low Mun Gundi. 1 in. Mono. Lown Moi 3 it. Baryon. A Fadow Auuso level brew Arrina Low Bourke 4 i it. In above and 1 it. Below War Louth -. Low Tapa Low whoa Nina 9 in. Men indie. Low ?,._iow to Wentworth 5 it. 6 in Albury a it. I in. Wah Gunyah. 2 it. 2 in. Echuca 4 it 5 in. Swan so 3 it. 10 in. Euston 10 it. To on Lahd Corner 6 it. 8 in. Morgan s it. 10 in. Be Mark it. 1 in. Vetman Low. I Loo Olal. Melbourne. January 3. A i to to Lap Bacca. Leura and Angs \ Maag. Irom Sydney Gabo from Adelaide Hea sailed . Arcadia for Load on . Eimi Gin a and Gabo. For Sydney orow Aiti for Strahan Cooee. For Launceston Kawajiri 1 tar Devi port. Sydney january 3.arrived Argus from Calcutta Makool from a Mac. For Melbourne in Rah and bamboos for _ Een slant. Newcastle january 3. Proved age and on aka. From Melbourne an Sania. From Adelaide Tambo from Sydney. Seed Ambo Tor Hobart via Sydney Eling i Ite for 4___-n_ via Sydney. Brisbane january 3. Arrived Titiana from Sydney. I aged by Limba and Bulla for Sydney. 000-town, january 3. Coiled Kasinga main for Japan. Fremantle january 2. Arrived a Serena from Newcastle. Sailed 4 , for Adelaide 3-10 Behic for Colombo. Albany january 2. Arrived 2 Oil Addaide. From Adelaide 9.5 Behic. From Adelaide. _ Hamelin january 2 arrived 6 Selmer trom Mcl for a. The Orient company s Boyal mail Steamer Ori Raba arrived Early on tuesday Nio Ming. The customs health Aad Post office officials being on the Gui Vive it was not Long before the work of 4l_m_u_g_ig passengers. Mails and cargo was in full swing while Coal was being taken on Board at the same Lim. Sue i . Was exhibited that the vessel continued Ber voyage to the Eastern colonies before midday. Captain a it. 4rice reports having left univ Send at 12.40 . On november 25. Bad Fine weather and fresh southerly winds Down Channel. Arrived at ply 7 mouth next Day at noon and left again at g in. Strong nor i West winds prevailed. I or Ehuang to fresh Gale through the Bay of Bis Cay and Only moderating to a Strong Breeze Aiter. Paa a Cape finisterre. On the 30th at 7.10 Eui _. Arrived at Gibraltar and found the Channel Squadron lying in port. Sailed again at Ilio a.n-. With one weather and Light breezes Whill continued till Cape de Gata was rounded after which Strong head winds and moderate was experienced till arrival at Marseilles at 1.50 . On december 2. Left again at 5 ., with Fine weather and fresh North East wind Corise fluently bad a line run Down to the Straits of Bonifacio passing through about 9 am. Next Day. On the Eastern Side of the Straits a fit a Easterly Gale was blowing or Hin lasted until the ship. Vas close up to the italian coast but by Renc lug the Speed lit. Was Felt till. Kaples was reached on the 4th at 6.10 . After uni King the Shore business anon her Start was Aiada at 0.50 . On the St. Between there _ and port said the weather was unsettled Mode Date to fresh Easterly winds prevailing. Started. Navigating the canal at 9.m . On the St. And f As the greater portion of the passage through was t performed at night considerable time was lost in x having to Stop and make fast to allow the passage _ of steamers going in the opposite direction the x total time occupied in getting to Suez being is i wors 6 minutes. Leaving the latter port a con or. Totsa Famosa Yrjana m All the Way Prim Island blow Imp at tunes very hard. the arabian had fresh North East trades ?.-with moderate sea. But both much increased Dur or i the 12 hours previous to reaching Colombo at ill . On the lath continued the voyage at h. Won next a v. With Light variable winds and in very weather for the list three Daya. Picked w77.nn the South St trades in 10 Deg. South Light at Jurj for but inca dec Ai Sontron latitudes were made and at times blowing a. Moderate at Albany at 4.30 . On the Sou. And sailed again at 11.30 . Same Date. Across tie bight line weather with Strong Southeast wind was experienced for the first 36 hours afterwards hauling to the southward and my. Eib. Lead a heavy South East swell from Albany to Cape Borda. Captain Clarke has with him As officers sub lieutenant g. In Bindley As chief sob lieu tenant a. A. Pearse As second messes. Cairo w and a Samson As third and fourth. Or. H. W. Nott As surgeon or. A Power Purser or. Pos Gate assistant Purser while the mechanical department is under the control of or. W. Kilgour chief Engineer. The a.u.s.-. Company s passenger Steamer Tarounga from Melbourne to the West called at this port to land and embark passengers and cargo. She arrived at the he buoy Early on tuesday morning and after the usual formalities went to the wharf. Captain James Banks re ports having left the Melbourne wharf at 0.1. A in on january 1, and passed Cape Otway at lit. 45 . Experienced Strong South West winds and heavy head with Dull overcast weather throughout the passage. Semaphore wednesday january 4. High water 6.40 Low water 4.10 . Special advertisements. Donald Amdrews _ or of half yearly Clearing Sale commence wednesday january 4, 1899. O we offer Tho Public genuine bargains in All departments. The successful season we have just gone through enables us to offer the remanent of on summer Stock at less than Cost Price. Allah. Rotted to inspect Tai. Bargains How offer hug. All goods marked in Plain figures. Country customers should Send for samples. Terms Cash. L2e up Del fuel i has removed to no. So bundle u. Ii Uncle Streetie to Urig Tonhouse. I_t76uw_ . Share brokers member store Exchange of Adelaide Ware Williams to -2-j.4 in c Dulf Shabeeb Breeb 10. Alma in c Duluc / Chambers. Telephone us. I.7uai_b . Stock Eian sos of an in. Hooper Bendley Street Fob-Tish-5 houses cheaply and we an the be pure ase system. Lilac monetary & commercial the advertiser office tuesday evening january 3. The import markets were reopened this morning after the holidays but there is nothing of importance to report of the first Day s operations. Orders have been of a hand to month a racer and Mer chants and importers were occupied to a Large extent with mail wort. There is not Likely to. Be much to advise until Trade settles Down in the course of a few Days time. The Grain Market opened again on tiles Day morning but business is anything but brisk. Some splendid samples of wheat Are being delivered. Wheat feed grains a wheat.2s. Fld. Per Bushel at port Adelaide and 2s. So. At outposts. is. Per ton for old and �7 is. For new. Bran.7jd. Per Bushel. . Per Buhel , 4s. 9d to 6s. So. Per Bushel feed. Is. By. To is. Lod. A Bushel Oats. Dun and algerian is. 4d. To is. Fld. Per Buai. Stout White 2s. 3d. To 2s. 7d. Rouix a markets. Sydney january 3. Market was unaltered at last week s closing rates although it is expected that business will follow in the course of a few Days As the local values Are watering Down to a parity of the world s wheat. Import firmness prevailed in a departments and a Large number of orders were to band both for the country and for Export. Tea. Large catalogues Are announced for nest and tie following week. The share Market. The advertiser office tuesday evening january 3. West australian Gold had fair business on tuesday and prices in several of the leading stocks ruled rather firmer. Han non Al troyas great Boulder main reefs and Kalgoorlie mints were All taken at higher figures while associated. Great boulders and Chaffers were firm at about late rates. Sales ranged As under associated �6 10s �6 10s. Gd., �6 la Boulder half mile South 4id. Block 45, 4s. I Caffera 95., 9_ ud., 9s. Great Boulder. 225. Go. Great Boulder main beef 245. Fld. Hannan s Oriya. 21s. 6d., 255., 245. Iojd., ass. Ivanhoe South extended 4_ 4d. Kirtpatrick consolidated. Cd. Kalg Rii Gold mines �6 17s. Fid. Kalgoorlie mint 9s. 7jd_, 9b. Ud., so. So. Premier lis., 10s. 9d. South Kal Gurli 355. Sydney Market. Sydney january 3. The Sydney Stock Exchange will re sume business on thursday but to Day the Vestibule was opened after the holi Days Liere being a fair attendance of brokers. A Strong feeling was manifested in associated., Chafier Hannan s Oro Yas and a Gurlis. The following sales were Jade Lake George mines 4s. Oriental and Columbia consolidated. So. Associated Gold mines �6 9s. 6d. To �6 12s. Kalgoorlie mint. Is. 9d. Meteorological notes. Tuesday january 3, 9 . The maximum re Ings tithe Thermo Teter at the Adelaide Observatory were on saturday in the Shade 107.6 Deg. In the Sun 155.8 Deg. Sunday in the abode 73.1 Deg. In the Sun 142.0. Deg. Monday in the Shade. 1.2 Deg. In the. Sun 143.7 Deg. Tuesday in the Shade 80.4 Deg. In the Sun 146.0 Deg. to Dull on the far North coast also gloomy in the extreme South a and dear generally. Light South West to South East winds. Smooth to moderate Smith or less Cloudy Fine in the South and Dull in the South East otherwise Fine and dear. Calms and Light West to South winds. Seas Ooth to rough. Central and North Australia Cloudy to Dull and unsettled with calms and Light winds. and squally along the coast. End raining in parts of the synth to Genera a Cloudy Fine elsewhere. Light to moderate South West winds chiefly but Strong on the coast with High sets. Tasmania. Cloudy Fine to gloomy generally with Light to Strong North West to South West winds. Moderate sea. Kew South and dear generally Light to moderate West to South West winds. T smooth to slight. Queensland. Generally gloomy with showers in places winds variable with slight sea. Bain reports. Bain has fallen in 24 Houra up to 9 sum., in West Australia Light rain in the far North. South Australia one or two unimportant show ers in the extreme South East. Victoria Light to heavy rain Over the South districts Gatimu i. Wilson s prom onto 2.38 also isolated very Light rain on the Central ranges and in the East and North. Tasmania Light to heavy rain scattered Over the Colony. New South Wales Light to heavy rain in the North East. Queensland Light to moderate rain at Many places. Northern territory Light to heavy rain Between Charlotte Watera and the coast a i nmn Tennant s Creek 2.55. General. The disturbance which brought the change Over this Colony on saturday has is be developed into a Cadonic storm of considerable Energy off the South East Corner of Australia the barometers being Vay Low in Tasmania 29.07 at Swansea and heavy Westerly gales with rough Are re ported through Bass s Straits. Very Little rain fell in this Colony though there were some slight showers to the South cast but along the Vic Torian coast it was very heavy in places Wil son s Promontory recording 1.56 Points up to yes turd a and 2.36 Points this morning. Ephod ing the Cool change Here a moderate Hiff pres sure area formed Over the great bight but it has since disappeared. Our extreme South East District is stir under the influence of the disturbance but otherwise Fine weather is general Generaux speaking Over tropical Aust Aba the weather is More or less Doudy with a tendency to Thunderstone. Forecasts. Forecast of probable weather from tuesday after noon till wednesday night. Issued at l.30 Over sooth austra a. Showery with Westerly winds in the extreme South cast and squally and rough off Cape Totth Umberhand otherwise Fine weather with variable winds chiefly West and South West. _ _. Over Victoria supplied by or. P. Bracehi Fine and moderately Cool Inland with Light West winds More or less Cloudy with tronc West and South West winds and squally in coastal districts. Bough sea. Over new South Wales supplied by or. H. C. Russell Light variable winds with Fine W.A.ther except Northern High lands and coast where showers May be expected. Cables Todd government astronomer. Postal arrangements. General Post office january 4. Great Britain. A via Suez per . Arcadia january 5 letters. . Late letters. 12.1s . News Apia. 10.15 am. Via Marseilles per atut Talien january 27. 10.15 per Bremen january 7, 9.15 via san Raco january 13, Africa per Yar Awonga january 5, 4.30 am. New Australia Paraguay via hew zealand january 5,8 . Honolulu and Vancouver Island including americ Overland to Sydney thence per Minren. January 50, 3 p. M. Victoria new South a tales qum and and tas mania Overland daily. 3.50 p.u_-, late letters 4 an kid. We Inge on. And Crist i a Overland to Sydney january a 4so . Stuhan and Zeehan. Tasmania Overland to Mel. Bourne january to 3.30 . West Australia per . Arcadia january 5, Iris am. Esperance Bay per 8.u.& Arcadia via Albany january 6. 11.15 a. In , new Caledonia Samoa and other South sea , out Riand to Sydney Therese per first Opportunity. January a 3.30 . Fiji Overland to Sydney thence per first Opportunity january 9. So a a. Northern territory Overland to Sydney thence per first Opportunity january 9, 5.30 p. In. Ai Rassan. Per James Comrie january 5, 7 . Fowler s Bay via port Lincoln january 1. L 45 . Eucla. Via port Lincoln january 24, -45 . Kangaroo Island per James Comrie january 7, 7 am. Beths. the 2nd Jannary at Pulsford Road. Prospect the wife of. J. Era of a son. the 21st december. 1838, at my d indie the wife of c. Bedley Fisher a daughter. the 2nd january at to. 67, whim ire Square the wife of it. B. Suther land of a daughter. Both doing Well a be. the 27th Decem Ber 1898, at the residence of the Bride s parents by the her. H. Holmes assisted by the Bey. J. G. Wright George second son of the late Joseph Phillips of Brompton to Edith Frances second daughter of e. T. Hadaway of William Street Paddington. the 19th Decem Ber Isis at St Peter s Cathedral or Adelaide by the Rev. It. S. Milne William John eldest son of Captain William flocking. Scott s mount peasant to Nelilie Louise youngest daughter of s. J. Heinrich Esq. Of Warne Cliffe Gilles Plains. the 27th december. Isu3, at Christ Church. Kaunda. By the Rev. A. Hogabrook Albert Hill second son of Captain William Hocking Scott s mine mount plea Sant to Bose Jane second Daub tar of j. J. Hooker of eap Unda. Corn and West australian papers please copy. the 14th december. 1898, at the Flinders Street Baptist Church by the Bey. F. Cox Ernest Wesley sixth son of it. B. And m. A. Sanders of Adelaide to Emily Charlotte fifth daughter of m. J. And the late t. 3. Poole of. Ang_3___ Fox tub seb. On the 21st december 1898, at the presbyterian Church Perth. W.a., by the iter. J. Moore Alderney flank cider Eon of Ber. F. It. Cox of Adelaide to Alice Mary eldest daughter of the late Robert. Pringle Turner of Greer due Ballarat Victoria. the 27th december 189 s. At hi______t-9quarc Church by the father of the Bride by the Ber. J. C. Kirby Walter Huiey of a on to Rachel Alai a. Second daughter of the Ber. F. W. Cox Wakefield Street Adelaide. To on the 31st decent fer is9b, at Wimborne Dorset England. Shoaa relict of George . Late of Adelaide. the 31st december 1808, at Plimp ton. Reginald Heath the beloved Eon of Thomas and Ellen Ker aged 1 year and 11 months. Be on the 31st december 180s, at the residence of Bis son in Law James Halstead Dawson Street full Seton estate Thomas Hal Stead late of Wood aide aged 76 years leaving one son and two daughters to mourn their loss. the Soth november 1898, Ivan Nelson eldest and beloved son of a. A. And Emily j. Maple of Par Field Yan Kalilla. After one Day s illness aged 2 years and 8 months. Christ said Saser the Little children to come into the 31st december 1886, at magi. Mary Ann the beloved wife of Alfred Cray aged 46 years leaving a sorrowing husband and eleven children to mourn their sad loss. At rest. Home papers please copy. the is Jannary at Olive Street Prospect Victor Tuel the second dearly beloved son of t. And b. Muggleton aged 9 years. English and american papers please copy. Griffon the 26th december 1898, at Murray Bridge. Marguerite Muriel the Only Dar Ling child of Geo. L. And l. A. Griffin aged 16 months. Coo-bu3. On Christmas Etc. 1698, at her grandma s residence. Kan Mantoo. Sylvia the second dearly beloved daughter of mrs. Kate Goodman aged u months and 2 wee the 27th december 1898, at Paddington s.a., Vera Catherine the be loved daughter of e. H. And b. Jeffery after a Short illness aged 3 years and 10 Wedes. the 3rd january at East Street. Brompton fial Coombe aged 70 years Leav ing a wife five sons four daughters 43 grand children and two great grandchildren. A Colo nist of 50 scors. the 3rd january at Way mouth Street James Jennings sen., aged 75 years leaving a wife five sons and two daughters and 43 grandchildren. the 31st december. 1898, at Ridley ton. Edward Ernest the dearly beloved son of e. And m. A. Biggs aged s years and 9 month. the 3rd january at Norwood 9tanley, beloved son of George and Annie Chap Man aged 6 years and 8 months. Gone to rest. the 3rd january at his residence. Leader Street Goodwood West William the be loved husband of Jane Rich aged is years. Arrived 1853. the 12th december. 1898. At the red of mrs. Kig body. Peel Street. Watala. James Brown aged 36, late Cutter at the Don tailors. Paisley papers please copy. In pm . Loving memory of mrs. So d. Spence daughter of r. Findlay port Pirie who died on the 4th january. Loved by a who knew by her father. Cock Taring memory of _. George be loved son of t. E. And m. A. Cocker died Janu Ary 4th, ism. Lost to sight but to memory by his Loving parents Brothers and Sisters. Loving memory of dear Mother. Sarah Uzzell who passed away at Mitcham 3rd january 1897. As True a heart As Ever beat has passed away from Earth her memory dwells within the hearts of those who knew her Worth. We saw her suffer Day by Day. It caused us bitter grief. To see her slowly Pine away. And could not give Relief. Dearly loved and deeply mourned. Inserted by her Only daughter and son in Law. M. A and a. E. Eames and j. A husband. sad and Loving memory of my dear husband Gustav Heinrich Mumme who departed this life on january 4, 1891, at hurtle Square. He liveth his beloved sleep inserted by his sorrowing wife and children. Loving remembrance of Edward Wil Liam Webb who died at Queenstown on the 2nd january is9s. Inserted by his Loving Mother Brothers and Sisters. To correspondents. Woodla . it could be upset no. 3. Yes take proceedings to upset it or make him in solvent. 4. From 6s. To �1. Turkey Only course open to the neighbor would be to sue for trespass but he would probably not succeed. To. Jones. Twenty one years. A very old subscriber North Adelaide. It would be statute barred if no interest had been paid during the period. Alberton. Ture will leave on a trip to the other Colo Nies. Or. Butler will at once proceed to Sydney where he will visit various Freez ing works and obtain information As to the Export of produce from the Mother Colony returning to Melbourne in time to attend the agricultural conference which has been convened by the Hon. J. W. Taverner to consider matters of import Ance connected with the Export of perish Able produce. At this conference which will be opened on january 13, new South Wales will be represented by or. Cook and Queensland by in. Cha away. Or. Butler will return to Adelaide in time to attend the adjourned meeting of Parlia ment. A new year s Day peer. South Australia is in a particular Man ner interested in the barony conferred on new year s Day upon the right Hon. Sir Philip Henry Wodehouse Currie. G.c.b., As be is a son of or. Bakics Currie m.p., of Minley Manor Arnbo Rouglin who was one of the ten original directors of the South australian company and who interested himself largely in the settlement of this Colony. Currie Sut Adelaide was named in Bis Honor by colonel Light. Sir Philip s Mother was a daughter of the second Baron Wodehouse. He was born in 1834, and at the age of 60 married mrs. Singleton who Lias written novels under the Norn de plume of Violet Fane. He entered the foreign office in 1834, and be was permanent under Secretary for foreign affairs from 1889 till 1893, when he was transferred to constantinople in succession to the late sir William White. In May of last year sir Nicholas o Conor was sent from Pekin to Stamboul sir Philip taking the Post of ambassador at borne where he has since remained. Pro Bably he still holds the shares in the South australian company. Inter colonial Cricket. The Sheffield shield has been won and lost and it is Victoria s year. Last son lord Sheffield s handsome trophy was held by the sister Colony. Few in the great world of Cricket imagined that that Colony would be Able to retain the Honor this season it was by common Accord Given to new South Wales but that Colony fought and lost. & did South Australia twice. Hence it comes about that with still two inter colonials to be played the coveted trophy is to remain for another twelve months in Victoria. Tuesday saw the game Between South Australia and Victoria come to an end. It finished disastrously enough for the cricketer representing this Colony. The wicket there seems to be no doubt was bad and a bad wicket will beat the Best team of batsmen born. But it is a trite saying that nothing excuses defeat. The South australians add much to their reputations in this game. Darling s c 2 stands out so does Hill s 33 compiled on a rain soaked Sun baked pitch _ n which run getting would be difficult. Giffen Reedman Lyons and a. H. Jarvis failed with the Bat and Green put in to strengthen the Side got a and in Bowling the aspect is no brighter. Jones Giffen and Jarvis on whom the Brunt of the attack f. 11. Came out of the fray without much in the Way of honors. Victoria s three men in the australian eleven played. Worrall failed with tiie Bat on a Good wicket but the other pair the two bowlers a. Mcleod and Hugh Trumbie Bave added new Lustre to their reputations. Gregory was the Only elector of the australian eleven who did not see the game but Trumbie and Darling will be Able to Tell Frim whether Frank layer or Warne the Man of the Many centuries Are Good enough for England. Inter colonial Cricket. A gentleman who has recently reached the Colony from England states that keen interest is bring manifested in Cricket circles in the old land in the coming eng Lish season. He says the news of the for mation of the aus Traban eleven was being anxiously awaited in London and the cric Ket counties one reason bring that for the first time in the history of International Cricket five test matches Are to be played next summer the exact number Stod Dart s two teams engaged in in the austra Lian colonies. A wish had been expressed that a stipulation should be made to play out the contests. It was however found utterly impossible to comply with this owing to the fact that 15 Days bad to be set apart for the test matches which Alo makes an inroad on the time available and that with the big general programme arranged for the australians and the county to be played it Couch Only a brought about by a sacrifice of some of the fixtures. The australians remarked the gentleman n question will find when they get ionic that their hands will be Fuh for some time and that plenty of stamina will be required to meet with Success the fresh teams they will be continually called upon to when i left England he added there was some talk of an Indian team going Home during this year and if that visit is brought about the English season should be an unusually Brilliant or. H. P. Gill . The officer of examinations or. J. R. G. Adam who is the representative of the Board of governors of the Public Library museum and Art gallery of it Australia m Art examination mat ters and in that capacity corresponds with the department of science and Art at South Kensington has recently received from the department an associate of the Royal College of Art London diploma for or. 11. P. Gill. This diploma certifies that or. Gill Bas obtained the Art Mas Lei s certificate in groups 1, 2, 3, and 4, and Bhat he was in the training class of the Boyal College of Art from april is7s, to june 1882. Prior to going to South Ken Sington or. Gill was at the Brighton school of science and Art and from there took Bis Art master s certificate group 1, receiving the biggest awards of the year. In the following year he obtained an Art master s scholarship at South Kensington where he received renewals Over a term of More to Tau live years and during that term he took the other Tiree groups of the Art master s certificate above referred to. Or. Gill by these successes attained a position which has been secured by Only 13 of the 1,543 masters to whom the department s diplomas have been issued. Or. To mraie 01 Ballarat Victoria is it is believed the Only other gentleman in Australia who Bas a diploma similar to or. Gill s. The mail steamers. The Orizaba was expected to a rive at Largs Bay at Midnight on Mon Day but it was two hours later before she gladdened the weary eyes of the boarding officers. She was More than two hours Over her contract time and would have been liable to pay the heavy penalty imposed for being late but for the fact that she was delayed seven hours at Naples waiting for the Christmas mail. The boat which took up a Good berth some distance outside the Bell buoy was quickly awarded Pratique and began Coaling. This operation took some time the workmen apparently not having recovered from the effect of the holidays and the ship was late in sailing for Melbourne. The Pas sengers report a pleasant voyage on the whole though baffling head winds and Cross made matters uncomfortable occasionally. Amongst the passengers Are the Marquis of Graham heir to the Dukedom of Montrose who is on a plea sure trip and or. J. Burns of the Well know Sydney shipping firm of Burns i Liilo &. Co. Captain a. A. Clarke. 8.x.u., is in charge of the Orizaba but those who have travelled with him regret to learn that the homeward voyage will probably be Bis last As Captain of the liner. They will however be pleased to know that he has been appointed one of the Trinity Brethren a promotion much sought after and one of great Honor to the recipient. The Orizaba left Largs Bay about 11 . And will proceed under easy steam to Melbourne arriving Here on thursday morning. The . Company s Steamer australian from Marseilles anchored at Largs Bay at five minutes to 4 o clock on tuesday afternoon. Had the Steamer not been delayed through having lost half a propeller Blade in the Suez canal and had she received Good Quality Coal at Colombo she would Bave arrived a few Days sooner. As soon As she bad anchored or. Toll the health officer went alongside and of being told that the Licali a of those on Board was satisfactory he awarded Pratique. There were on Board on arrival 203 passengers of whom 64 travelled in the saloons. Or. W. J. Belt who embarked at Marseilles was the Only Saloon passenger for Adelaide. He has been away about six months most of which time was spent in great Britain. There were 20 Saloon passengers for Sydney and 41 for Noumea. The p. & o. . Orien Tal left Suez on thursday morning Decem Ber 29, outward bound. Country institutes convention. Delegates from the country institutes of South Australia will assemble in the de mutation room of the Public works office on january 19 to devise Means by which. If necessary concerted action May be taken for the Pote Eikon of the financial and other interests of the institutes and for providing a More Complete and systematic representation of those interests in parliament. They will also consider the Pur Chase of new books through the association at reduced rates Siangc or gift of Magazine a and will discuss and adopt any practicable Mehos by which the institutes May be rendered More popu Lar and More effective As a pleasant Means of education. The minister of education will preside and other members of the ministry will be present. Fifty of the leading institutes have joined the association and it is hoped other institutes will comply with the conditions of the circular issued some time ago and it once join the association in order to pained by two practical Copper miners started for the West coast in search of Copper. At Tumby near port Lincoln the part discovered a promising Copper Deposit and some Fine specimens of Ore were secured. These have been brought to Adelaide and a _ now on View at the offices of messes. 3ails & son Alma Chambers. The collection comprises Sam Ples of Green and Blue Carbonate Rich Grey sulph Uret and red oxide of Copper. Or. J. James has made an assay of seven samples of Ore taken from a depth of 23, 70, and 105 ft., and the return shows re spectively2o, 22, 26j, 40, 49j, and 514 pet cent of Copper. On the property there is also a Large Iron lode which carries a fair percentage of Gold. The discovery is Situ ated in a Handy position being about four and a half Miles from the Tumby Bay jetty and the cartage to the jetty and Over to port Adelaide or to tie port Wal Laroo smelting works costs is. 6d. Per ton. Swans for the gardens. Some time ago a dozen White swans were received from England by the Adelaide corporation in return for a like number of Black swans which had been sent Home by the directors of the zoo. Of the imported Birds six were placed on the Tor rens to or and the remainder were put under the charge of or. Minchin. Most of the former Bave disappeared but the half dozen in the zoo Are still Wal and Hearty though they have not shown any disposition to Breed. Or. Minchin in forms us that with the Hope of raising Cygnet be intends to band Over the swans to or. Holtze and they Are there fore Likely henceforward to add attractive Ness to the lakes in the botanical gardens. They will Bave a wide stretch of Wal protected water to swim about in. While the Reeds on the margins will give facilities for the making of nests. Black swans and ducks with their Young Are frequently to be seen in the gardens but in is Many years now since White swans majestically floated about there Al though records in the official minute books suggest that in the Early Days they were plentiful enough to be exchanged for other Birds. The big Fountain in the Gar Den is still kept working continuously with the object of sweetening the water in the lakes but until the drainage from the Eastern Park lands is diverted or car ried away in a covered Drain offensive matter will always be Swep. Into them by sudden Rains. In such a favorite pleasure resort the utmost care should be taken to preserve the health of the Peony Young and old who patronise it. When questioned on tuesday afternoon the Premier stated that he had not yet received or. G. H. Reid s letter concern ing the Federal conference to be held in Melbourne. His Honor the chief Justice will be in Chambers at the supreme court on wednesdays and thursdays at 11 o clock during the vacation. The stamp duties for the period from july 1 to december 31 amounted to �13,114, or a decrease of �156 As compared with the corresponding period of the pre Vious year i Ile the land and income tax produced �13,194, or a falling off of �2,449. The customs Revenue totalled �285,249, or an increase of �15,874 Over a similar period last yer and tie excise duties amounted to �18,500, or an increase of �547. The number of passengers travelling on the various government lines on december 31 and january 2 was As follows Decem Ber 31port line 15,474 South line 2,000 North line 700. January 2 port line 42,490 South line 8,900 North line 1,000. On the Adelaide and Hindmarsh com Pany s tramline on january 2 8,426 people travelled. The will of the late or. James car stairs Sanders of Glenelg has been filed for a probate by or. R. Ingle by. The estate which is sworn not to exceed �18,140, is left for the Benefit of the widow and family messes. Robert san Ders brother of deceased and Hon in being executors. At the meeting of the semaphore coun cil on tuesday evening councillor hams Drew attention to the state of the Footway on Jen ois Bridge. He said the planks were quite Rotten and the spikes which fastened them Down were sticking up about an in _. Over the Footway lie bad moved in Che matter again and again and bad begun to think it was useless to draw the attention of the railways commissioner to it. The matter was important As serious accidents were Lindy to occur. Other councillors the subject and eventually it was decided to request the mayor of port Adelaide to accompany the mayor of semaphore As a deputation on the matter to the railways commissioner. Early on tuesday morning a fire occur red in a Bouse in Halifax Street occupied by or. Thomas Davis plasterer and his family. The fire originated through a Candle igniting some clothing hanging be Hind the door and before it could be put out it had done a Good Deal of damage to the wearing apparel of the family. The lire brigade was called out and prevented any further danger. On tuesday morning at about 10 o clock a horse attached to a trap the property of the Globe Timber Mills and in charge of or. George Ireland bolted from Gren fell Street. The runaway galloped into King William Street and then turned into flin Ders Street. It could not get a Clear Pas Sage there and smashed into a Light trap driven by or. F. Snell. Of two Wells. Or. Snell was thrown into the air and he landed on his head but fortunately he was not. Seriously injured. His trap however was considerably damaged but both the runaway horse and the trap attached to it were practically uni Jared. James Ryan a Miner employed up till Christmas at the broken Hill proprietary company s mine was found wandering about Norwood on saturday in an in sound state of mind. He was taken charge of by the police and on tuesday morning was committed to the Parkside Lunatic Asylum. Or. A. We dlr of bundle Street has shown us a recently imported Patent " Triumph Fly Catcher which like Many useful inventions is noted for its simplicity and at the same time its marked Coli Cliency. The device which is sure de Atli to flies consist of a Cylinder is in. High and 4 in. In diameter. On top and on the Bottom Are two de vessels perforated. Into one is poured a Spe Ial solution which slowly runs Down the Cylinder into the receptacle Pielow. The unwary Fly makes for the treacle like Solu Tion and the moment lie touches it with Wing or leg lie is doomed and is slowly carried to his Fate to the receiver below. The simplicity of the invention is astonish ing for directly the liquid has run from the top All that requires to be done is to turn the instrument of death upside Down and the solution starts to trickle Down again. Or. Wedler who is the sole agent for the Triumph Fly Catcher has them sent out in the rough and Nickel plated in the Colony. " Queensland. Australian federation. Brisbane january 3. The Premier or. Dickson when inter viewed at Townsville to Day declined to mention the Date of the general elections but probably it will be in March or april. The Date is dependant on the result of the premiers conference regarding federa Tion. A facial session is to be had to provide for Che representation of Queens land at any future convention. Spread of the tick pest. Brisbane january 3. News was received this morning to the effect that a further discovery of ticks had been made by inspector Mclean this time at Maryborough. The cattle affected Are several milkers in the town. Enquiry at the Stock department confirms the Dis covery reported from woo Looga. In View of these developments it seems to be Gene rally recognised that ticks Are rapidly com ing southwards and the recent rain is expected to assist in revealing their whereabouts. By Bisbane january 3. The traffic on the suburban railways yesterday was phenomenally heavy. Six thousand people travelled to Sandgate. Heavy rams have fallen near Winton Hughenden and Mutt Burra. West Australia Norseman mines. Norseman january 3. The december clean up at the Norse Man Gold mines limited was As follows Stone treated 924 tons yield 1,178 of. 3 dwt. 9 or. The output for the mine to Date is 12,070 tons treated for 13,001 of. The clean up at the Princess Royal mine for december is Stone treated 801 tons yield 131 of. 4 dwt. Ten Stamps were employed on Princess Royal Stone while the remaining ten Bead were run on Ore from the Princess Royal South. The last clean up of the new no. 1 North Norseman is As follows by Bat Tery Stone treated 81 tons yield 34 of. By cyanide tailings 64 tons yield 13 of. December was a Short crushing month at the Princess Royal mine the clean up Tak ing place after a run of 23 Days. The Mill however was restored that the amount of Stone crushed for the cur rent month will be larger than usual. The new manager is now in charge and is continuing the old plan of development. The crosscut at the 140-ft. Level from the main aft is in 15 it. Kinking Bias also been resumed in no. 7 Shaft. The Bauling Shaft on the North and South reef below the 128-ft. Level Bas attained a depth of 47 ft., and in the present Bottom there is 18 in. Of Stone which shows Nice Gold. Just above this Point the reef is pinched but it is now making rapidly As it goes Down. Several parts of the new pumping plan for the vertical Shaft have arrived and the balance is on the Way to the mine. No trouble whatever is now being experienced win. The water As the Worthington _ in use and is Well Able to Cope with the Supply Ucb Bas diminished consider ably. Tasmania Hobart january 3. The weather is Dull and Cool. The Revenue returns for the year show that the Gross receipts amount to �925,843, and the repayments to �117,838, leaving a net Revenue of .005. The treasurer s estimate was �913,275. The estimate in eluded the following sums income tax on dividends in abeyance �2,500 in come tax on property not renewed by parliament �8,000 duties on sheep and cattle remitted by parliament �4,000 total �14,500. These sums would have Given a surplus Over the treasurer s Esti mate of �9,230. Lord Brassey and party to Day visited the mount Lyell mine under Adverse conditions heavy rain pouring nearly All the time. Lord Brassey expressed Surprise at the magnitude of the Enterprise and the clock like precision with which the costly machinery was working. The party left by special train for Strahan this after noon. Richmond blockers picnic. The first of what is proposed to be an annual gathering took place in the form of a picnic consisting of blockers and their friends to the number of about 400, who journeyed to lock Leys on the Henley Beach Road on monday. Arriving there All spread out into Little groups on the picturesque and charming ground which seems specially adapted Tor the purpose to which it was temporarily put and every one seemed thoroughly Bent on enjoy iii themselves. After lunch a Long programme of sports was gone through under the efficient management of the sports committee. All the races were Well contested and in most cases gave entire satisfaction from a s Point of View. A Cricket match was played Between the blockers and the Richmond boys and was won by Clie latter the respective scores Bine 73 and 56. Or. T. H. Brooker m.p., in moving a vote of thanks to the picnic committee said some years ago lie and Bis colleague moved in parliament to have the Olabo Rigual Reserve Cut up into blocks and be Felt great Pride in what lie i a it transferred into As a result of their efforts. It gave Bim great pleasure to see so Many Happy faces grouped together and lie saw no one dissatisfied or grumbling but be understood tie blockers had two very great grievances. One was that their school was not nearly Large enough although they were More than satisfied with their schoolmaster. He would use his Best endeavours to have the school enlarged. Tie other complaint was that the water main was not Large enough. This should be remedied at once. He congratulated the executive on their first gather ing and trusted that future meetings would be even better if that were pos sible. Or. F. J. Hourigan m.p., congratulated them on their Large attendance and was extremely pleased to see so Many Happy smiling children present it was a Fine Sample of what the blocks could produce. He sympathised with them on their school accommodation and their scanty water Supply and could be relied upon to do his Best for them. Tie following is a list of the events and winners Cotton winding . Elisor mrs. Leers. Mith. . Biggs s team. Old buffers Bace. Tavernor Pearce re . Steed. Girls under 13. E. Green g. Butler l. Shop Honl n. 1 Boul the acc la Fri cd . And p. Good Smith and pc acc my Crisli and recce. Sheffield . Thompson t. Shenard. B. Mcmillan. -4vs under 10. It. Hoppo. Mcleish. Shaw boys under 11.p. Good. C. Smith c. Good. Girls under 10. E. Cleave. Good e. A Herhei. Man-i-1 . Cra Rell mrs. E. Frith mrs. Boucher. Visitors Bace. Under 11. O. August g. Fer Gusson g. Donan. Girls under 14.a Creen. E. Cleave. E. Butler. Young ladies Green miss Bullock. Miss Bruce All come. . Gibbons e. Deacon c. Thompson. Placing Donkey s Tail. Biggs. Payne Green. To Day s engagements. As announced in to Day s evening. Theatre royals the Cosgrove company fun on the a Dero. A Minnie Halia and is marriage a failure a. Day. Zoological gardens. J inter colonial Cricket. South Australia v. Victoria. A bad wicket. Victoria wins easily. South australians 136 and 101. Melbourne january 3. The altered condition of the weather to Day deprived South australians of what Ever Chance they May have previously pos messed or winning the match against vie Toria. Then a of monday night had affected the around very differently from that which fell on saturday. In the latter Case tie Bard cracked ground which absorbed it All was considerably improved by it but on tuesday it was Early seen Itiat the batsmen would have no Chance. The result quite justified even the most Flo Oiny anticipations the South a. A ians who on monday last had lost three wickets for 113, being All out in 63 minutes for 136, an almost continuous procession of batsmen being kept up to and from the wickets. The scores Teu their own tale and it need therefore Only be added that of the eight South australians who were at the wickets Only Darling who added 7 to his not out score of 55, Jones who car ried his Bat out for a and Jarvis. Who made 2, scored any runs. Cliffen who bad made 18 on monday was caught off the first Ball he received and the ducks were f. Jarvis Hack Green and Hugo. Jones was badly missed on the rails by ulc Michael off Trumbie when he had made 4. It was particular y hard Luck for Hack who had not previously played for his Colony to make his first appearance in an inter colonial match on such a bad wicket but be showed by an amended performance in the follow on that his inclusion in the team was Well justified. He has a Strong defence and although a slow scorer is evidently a difficult batsman to shift. Mcleod took four. Of the last 6even wickets for 4 runs an Trumbie three for 12. When the South australians who were 319 runs behind followed on the wicket was still difficult but it gradually improved considerably the heavy roller hav ing been put on. Disaster however followed the visitors Darling playing nun ble on when Only 2 runs had been scored of which he bad made 1, and after Hilland Hack bad brought the v total to 48 for the second wicket the former was caught having played in Bis own if sat and style for 33. With in two famous left handers retired and two other Cham pions Giffen and Lyons not at their est South Australia bad not a reasonable Ros. Pees of saving a one innings defeat. Reedman was caught for 8 at 60, and the next bail saw Giffen Dean bowled by Trumbie. Giffen who was again Wel corned encouragingly by the spectators bad an experience which had never him being dismissed twice in one Day by the first Ball he received. Lyons did not have a much longer at the wickets being caught at mid on for 3. Off a Ball of Trumbie son to which be failed to get Bis full weight and when five wickets were Down for 64 at the 4 o Dock adjournment the Only matter to be considered was by How Many runs the victorians would secure their one innings Victory. Only 11 runs had been added when the sixth wicket i a at 75, Hack being clean bowled by Trumbie whose splendid record was six wickets for 29 runs. A Hack who gave no chances had been at the wickets an hour and 50 minutes for 22 runs giving a display of defensive Cricket which in the circumstances was and kissable. He watched and timed the Ball Well and May be congratulated on having made a promising first appearance in big Cricket. Jones was caught off a miss hit by Stuckey off truth Able after hitting that Bowler for 3 and 2, the seventh wicket falling for 82, Trumbie still being credited with the lot for 35 runs. This Fine record he further improved Green being caught again with out scoring in the slips by Giller and " with eight Down for 83 the probability of Trumbie getting the whole ten wickets be came a general topic of Pavilion Chat. The question was soon settled in the negative native by Johns smartly catching f. Jar. Is off Mcleod whom lie had punished. For two fours in the same Over. Jarvis had played a Good Lively game for 22, and the last Man Hugo being bowled by. Mcleod for 5, the innings which had of. Cupid 2 hours 27 minutes dosed at 5& for 101, a. H. Jarvis earning out his Bat for 1. Victoria thus won by an innings and218 runs and having now won three Oon so Cutic inter colonial matches this season this Colony retains Possession of the Sheffield shield for another Twive months. Trumbie who bowled 26 overs of which eight were Maiden took eight wickets for 39 runs and Mcleod the last two for 36. In the former match against South a a ? season Trumbie was credited with eight wickets for 128 runs in the first innings and bids fair to have the Best inter colonial record that he has Ever taken with Bun to England. That Vic Toria won tie match As things turn out when Worrall won the toss is undeniable bit it was nevertheless a great Victory on by first class All round play. At the conclusion of the match Darling immediately sought the victorian Cap Tain in Bis dressing room to congratulate him and his team on their Success. Sub sequently both teams were invited by the Torian Cricket association to take a Glass of wine or. J. T. Lipscombe presid ing. Pleasant words were spoken by both captains and the players parted with Mutual Good wishes. The receipts for the third Day were �259 175., 4.215 eople pay ing for admission and 3,072 being in the members Reserve. The total Gate receipts of the match were �909 125., which with �942 10s. As the result of the Christ Mas match against new South Wales will put the victorian Cricket association in funds. The play. The South australians with three rickets Down for 113 runs resumed their first innings at .12.10, the not out batsmen. Darling and Giffen being opposed by Trumbie and Mcleod. In the former s 1 first Over Darling narrowly escaped being caught in the slips by Graham and the first Ball delivered by Mcleod was put up by Giffen to mid on where Warne effected a smart catch and 418113 was no when f. Jan is joined Darling. The first score i of the Day was made in the third Over when a single was credited to darting from a miss hit off Trumbie the Ball. Which the batsman intended to drive Fly 1 ing thigh Over he wicket keeper s head. Darling continuing to do All the Little scoring which took place sandwiched a single off each Bowler Witia a Nice off bit for 2 off Trumbie which he repeated at _ Meleod s expense but in the same Over Darling was Given out caught at the wic Ket. 562120. Hack joined Jarvis who might Bave been caught at Forward cover off Trumbie but Mcleod was too slow on this feet. So far off eight overs no batsman except Darling bad scored a run and after 3 byes had been scored a single and 2, Hack played Trumbie to Square leg and was splendidly caught on Lian aed by Worrall dose in. 6 0 123. Jones followed amidst cheers and after 2 byes had been run skied Trum Bie for i. F. Jan is who bad been in for without scoring popped one of Tromble s up and was easily caught by Worrall at close Short leg. 76126. In 40 minutes Only 8 runs bad been made off the Bat Mcleod having taken two wickets for 3 runs and Trumbie two for 5. Green joined Jones who after trying in vain la bit Mcleod scored a Ingle off Lino through the slips. Jones lifted Trumbie High Over the Bowler s 2, and off the next Ball which be also skied for 2, was badly missed on the Boundary at Long on by Mcmichael. In the same Over Johns made two very smart attempts to Tump Jones who each time was just too Quick for Bim in getting Back but in Mcleod s next Over the victorian wicket keeper found his revenge in stumping Green who bad not scored. To 131. A. In Jarvis followed and Jones Only got a single for a Good Square leg bit off Trum Bie whom Jarvis bit to leg for 2. Getting under the next Ball Jarvis bit it straight up and was caught by the wicketkeeper. ?2134. The last Man Hugo joined Jones and after 2 byes bad been run was stumped off the Only Ball be received by Johns off Mcleod and the innings closed at 1.31 for 136, Jones being-7 not out. The South australians requiring 319 runs to save a defeat in one innings Fol Lowed on the first two batsmen. Darling and Hill being of course opposed by Trumbie and Mcleod who bad done the. Execution before lunch. Each batsman had scored 1 off Trumbie when Darling played Bim on and wit i il2 up Hiu Ivas joined by Hack. The Champion left hander opened with 3 singles and and snicker 2 off Trumbie and Hiu Placida Mcleod nicely for 2, hit him straight for 1, pulled another single off Trumbie. Cut Bim cleverly for 2, and pulled turn for j. The wicket though it bad considerably improved under the influence of the heavy roller was still in favor of the bowlers and Hill s Clever and confident play was therefore All the More Trumbie to leg for 2, and Hill hit Mcleod to the on consecutively for 4 and 3. Three singles were added and Hill hit Trumbie to leg for 3, bringing the Tot a to 37, of which be had made 22. Hack by a Nice Iback Cut off Mcleod scored 4, and at 39 layer relieved Mcleod of whom 19 runs had been tit. Hui Cut layer beautifully u for 3, and Hack Laving added a couple o singles hoi Cut Tumble brilliantly for 3, the wicket had greatly improved out one of Trumbie. Rising quickly Hill was unable to keep it Down and was caught in the dips by Giller. -23_-_b. Reedman followed and Warne relieved layer. A Singleto each batsman resulted from he first Over bringing up 50, made in 79 minutes. After the addition of three an Les Reedman hit Warne on the full or 2. And after having to travel to Eft Cape being run out through a Good piece of Fielding by Mcmichael and Johns drove Warne for 3. Off the first Ball of trem ble next Over however read Man was Well caught at extra mid off by Mcmich a and with 3 8 60, Giffen joined Hack who bad made 18 Rune in 80 minutes. Trumbie first Ball beat and Dean bowled Giffen. 4o 60. Trumbie had bowled 92 balls for four wickets and 26 runs. Lyons followed and scored a single off Trutie s next balls another to each batsman resulting from Warne a next Over but Lyons failing to fairly get on to trimme was caught at mid on by Wame and As the players journey for the 4 o clock refreshment the record was 5364, Trumbie having taken All the five wickets for 27 runs. F. Jar joined Hack after the interval and three Sif is Baring been scored off Warne Jarvis bit Bim to leg for 4. At 71 Mcleod relieved Warne whose seven overs bad Cost 20 runs and a leg Bye. The first dry of a innings was run. Hack s patient innings was at length brought to a. Closa by Trumbie who beat and Dean bowled him and with 62275 up Jones joined Jarvis. The latter snicker 2 off Mcleod and Jones having scored 3 and sob Trumble mis bit him and was caught at third Man by Stuckey. 7584. Green Fol Lowed and Jarvis Back Cut Mcleod Cor _ Jarvis who had made 12, save a Bard one handed Chance at Point but too difficult for the reliable layer to accept and Green completed his pair being sni Artie caught in the slips by Giller off Trumble who had taken eight wickets for 35 runs. 8 0 87. A. H. Of Travis joined Bis brother who Back Cut and drove Mcleod for 4 Cadi but in the same Over he was Wal caught at the wickets by Johns and tha discouraging record which faced the last Man Hugo was 92295. He i Mcleod s next Ball for 2, and Jarvis tvs Uig scored a single Hugo brought up to 100 made in 2 hours 26 minutes by Aita Ting Trumbie loftily for 2, but after Fin ing the same Bowler for i Hugo was Deal bowled by the first All of Mcleod s next Over for 5, Jarvi. Carrying his Bat oat for 1, the innings dosing for 10l Victoria won by an innings and 218 runs. In scores Are As follow Victoria. First innings. J. Geller b. Giffen b j. Worrell c. Hill to. Jones 13 c. Mcleod b. Giffen o h. Stuckey c a. H. Jarvie b. F. Jac vis 43 h. Graham b. Jones 22 s. Mcmichan b. F. Jarris 25 f. Laver not out ? 137 w. Liruo c. Lyons b. Jones. 52 t. Warne c Hill b. Giffen 63 h. Trumble c and b. Jones to a. E. Johns b. F. Jarris. U Lyles a. 3 leg byes. 8 wides 8 total. I. 455 Bowlinc-analyms.?3b.mdnb. Rants. Wikta. Jones 29t 13 137 4 Giffen 264 7 145 3 f. Jarris. 141 4 77 3. Hugo. 54 1 34 o Lyons -m2 j 0 6 0., Bredman. 38 0 42 0 to Jones bowled 1 vide. F. Jarvis bonded 1 wide South Australia. First innings. 3. J. Lyons c. Brace a. Sle Leod id c. His. C. And b. Gider Fol 3. Bee Man c laser b. Mcleod .2 g. Giffen c. Wame Mcleod. 18 j. Darlin i c Johns Job. A dead if .62 f. T. Sack d Worrall 6. Trumble a o f. Jarvis c Worrath b. Trumble. 0 a. Green us jokes b. Mcleod 0 e. Jones not oat 7 v. Honeo St. John b. Mcleod i 0 a. H. Jar Rifi c Johns b. Trumble 2 sundries. H total ? s second innings. C. Hiu c . Tremble 33 j. Bee Man c to Michaael t. Tumble 8 g. Giffen. Tumble. 0 j. Darling b. To Mable 1 j. J. Lions a Watne b. Trumble. 3 f. T. Hack b. Trumble 22 e. Jones c. Stacker. Tramble. 5 a. Green c giver to. Trumble. 0 f. Jarris c John h. Mcleod 22 v. Dukj. B. Mcleod -5 at or Jarris not ont total a Bowling analysis. Fire earnings. Gals. Mans. Runs Wikta Trumple. 138 3 7 3 Mcleod. M u 37 6 Giller 40 i 32 1 Laver 12 1 2 0 second innings. Trumble b6 8 39 8 Mcleod. A 4 36 2 Laver 18. 1 5, o Warne 42 0 20 0 record of matches. Victoria. won 16. South Australia won 13. Date. I where stayed of winning bide. Nor., ib7ija-e-__? to. Victoria by Isina r feb Stu Admaida. -. South Anst Ola by Ning Aai nov., a Victoria by eight Michst. I and Iron. April 1881 Adelaide. 181 runt __k7l__d_sd_uebooth to or by mar., 188sp_-bo_n? octoria by i a Sims. Mtr. Is. 1_ -_._, Victoria by Loar wickets. Jan., _385l_ la " Boom Anatolia by leg p. Rum. Mar., ibo a. South amt Nha by 41 feb., is Allt Dounie Victoria by 1 Una. Feb., Sibb Adeide _ Sand. A Itialia by la i Ali Tondu Rana dec_388imeibo Victoria by in thu a. Dec a a veto a by is Rena. Jan., Lobl me i sooth am. By 1 a. F m l. Re naga a Ward and a free Pardon to any person con corned not being the principal offender for information leading to the conviction of the Gatton murderers. News from Gatton states that four Nten formerly shearers in the West were seen a Corgi Pany in fhe Vicinity of Gatton at Christ Mas time. These men it is stated were concerned in the bearers strike when Michael Murphy was out with the mounted infantry and it is asserted that they regarded Murphy a an enemy. Hey Ace acquainted with the locality and Lew that Murphy lived in the District. They May not Nave been in any Way concerned in the crime but the Story Bas been placed before the police for Arhat it is woth. Two persons Are now under very. Close 6ur___ce by the detectives and it is. Rumoured that they will be Arres a a portly. The commissioner of police yesterday daring a heavy to unde Morm Rode of. Again and inspected the Acee of the tragedy. It Bas transpired that the Deg i Jora did not attend this mount Sylvia races. The younger girl went to the races accompanied by brother. At the races they met a Young Man and made an arrangement hat the should drive both Giris Toa toll at so. The Young Man. However did not arrive at the appointed hour and Mhael Drory the girls to Fae town. The Young Man subsequently turned up at a a phys Anse it ending that be a , with a family be tiding Short Fai Tance away. There is cry son believe oat i Mirphy. A addition to having Bis Skull emf cubed feb a stick was to foot. The bodies Ai to a exhumed and jammed. The longest cot no Fatme 4ist_ncew it which Thelong a Nee flip is Benr operated is bom Boston to 6t,, 3iatance of 1,100 Miles. Tine is none than twice tie length the any in Typpi i ple Ion i. A

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