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Camperdown Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 13, 1891, Camperdown, Victoria National Library of Australia Stevenson and Henderson beg to inform the Public that to meet the coming Christmas suon they have opened up a Choice Auto fitment of the Forest tilings in tots. Xmas car q3,. Booklets table ornaments. Chinese lanterns Wall brackets i fax screens ladies Bass 4c, i c /1 a i it to the so 0w to o m with amply repay intending porch serf. S. & h. Would also Call attention to the grocery department at this particular season where the Pur Chaser will find All the choicest goods in preserved fruits fish meats jams jellies colonial and imported Corr arts raisins candied Peel imported essences hams colonial and imported and a lot of other seasonable goods. Inspection invited. The Exchange manifold Street. Creat attractions for the season. Spring goods. Spring goods. M. Quin & co. Are now allowing a Large and. Well assorted Stock of new. Spring and summer drapery men s us Dova clothing Etc. Best value in Camperdown. A cd oboe assortment of new dress materials at 6d, by 9d, Lod 1, and i 6d per Yard. Serges Alt Woolin All colors is per Yard. Black and coloured cashmebe3, from per Yard. Our Cashmere at 2i 6d Are acknowledged the beit vain in the District. _ White Box Robes from is 6d to 30s. Prints n new designs and colourings very cheap. Hew ribbons Laues gloves hosiery. Corsets umbrellas ,_, velveteen 4c., 4a. Flanne Lettes in fancy Colon and Stripe 63 per Yard. Sheeting Cali Coes flannels f towels Holland Forfar Cre tonnes at on Well known prices. I inspection invited. Men s & boys clothing in this department we carry the largest Stock in the District. On goods Are guaranteed to be Well made cot and finished in the latest style. Men s Tweed suits new patterns 20s, 255, 30s, 35i, 37s 6d. Men s Serge stats first Dye from 355. Meigs Tweed to users & vests. 11a 6d, 14s go i6s 6d,17s 6d, 20s. Men s Tweed trousers 4s lid 6 3d, 7s 6d, 9 6d, 10s 6d. Menu trousers. 8s 111men s Beaver trousers j / 7i lid. To. F boys As youths suits in tweeds and Serges from 14 6d. 8.8. Suits All sues from 3s lid. An immense assortment of hats a hits collars and ties in every shape and design. Tailoring department we have a splendid Range of it externs in Ewt weds no coatings to select film lit. Style and workmanship Cann be air Pasma. 3oots 4w"ioji we Are showing lamp sort so Lassord Tocko ladies tet Lemony and children. Boots and Shontai bought from a Best maos so tanks Only which for pries and Are unequalled in the and. M. Quinn & co4 camper own the lates Razore Deprice list. t read this Price list onless you can pay Cash on the Nail. It will make Yon feel bad. Tho a that Bave Money let them come and tit the facts personally. It will pay Yon and Don t Yon forgot it seeing is believing. Remember we do it Cut the Price on be or ten lines Only. Hot opon every line in the House without exception. Quality is the. Thus tast of cheap Ess. We sell Only Tho bust goods in the Market at the noted Melbourne Cash stores Camperdown the keenest Cut of All 1 a. �. Fine White Nisar. Per in. "0 2j Best Errata Lizard White sugar per 1b 0 2j Best scented Bod to a per 1b1 3 Roe Flavoured Tea. Per la. 1 0 on Asp Rel mend Tea per in. 1 3 Exira stated tra Perl. 1 9 a u compare on teas with Mel Bourne Houe Best water White kerosene. 150cuits-3oda, Coffee fancy mixed Ginger nuts a per la 0 6 clothe pegs per Doz. 0 1 Best blacking per Dox. 0 4 Wax matches per Doz. 0 4 Warner Safe care per bottle. 3 9 Warner s Safe Pill per bottle. 0 9 Best colonial Lemon Peel per la. 0 9 English Lemon pee per id. 0 10 m red spice per dozen 1 6 Cream tartar per 1b. Is tart. Acid per la. 2 6 lims juice Parramatta per Bot -1 o is Sperry vinegar per robot 13 Looie Cocoa per la. 0 10 magic soap per bar 0 6 nut Brown Scap per bar. 0 6 household soap 5 bars for. .1 0 Pepper Black per 1b. 14 Pepper White Perl. 16 co foe in tins per la. I 0 pare Japan acc per la 0 3 but Horre Salt a warranted per bag 6 11 american St al axes. 4 6 Spades shovels potato Forks. Ambirs files Hay Forks a Zizu per in 0 4 chilled shot per la 0 6 gun Caps per Box 0 4 gun cleaners Cartridge belts fillers re cappers Felt wads 4c, 4c, razor Edge Boot li3t. S. N. Men shoes per pair. 6 0 Boucher boots Good per pair 6 11 3almoras, Good per pair -. 6 11 French calf Balmoral per pair 12 6 sur Tishu High Cut War ranted per pair10 6 women s Balmoral. 6 11 court shoes Patent Lea. 5 9 kid e a drapery. We have Doodad to make a thorough clearance do Rinju senary in the drapery millinery Hatles umbrella gloves hosiery sheeting shirting Cre tonnes prints Cambric dresses. 4c, 4c. Lit is a Geo Nina razor Edge Tut All Over the House. We will not attempt to quote prior it is useless ill we ask is for Yon to through. We do not worry Clito Nei Ovja buy it is a free show to All who wan Ufeo. Worth of their Money and know it when they sea it. Note. We have every article in Stock As quoted in the Awe list. We bind oar Selve to Amish the rms a on demand until Onither notice. The noted Melbourne Cash stores Camperdown c. Morrison a co., pbpbimb8, Celal . Myrong Sale. A special train will leave Cater Crown railway station at 1.30 ., returning from Cobden at 6 On the of Sale and will put Down passengers on l Tito John Thornton auctioneer. Free Presby Toriana Church. Services in connection with the above will to held on Sabbath next Tho 18th inst., in the Temperance Hall. Morning at ii am., evening it 0.30 pm., by the Rev. J. Sinclair. The sacrament of the the lord s supper will be dispensed at the morning service. A preparatory service will be held on saturday evening 17th inst., at 7p-m. Wanted j goo general servant. Good wages Given. Apply to Sfiris. Cowley Hoyte Sunry restaurant. Camperdown published tuesday thursday and saturday. Tuesday january 13, 1891. The prospects of the renewal of hostilities Between sheep owners and shearers will not be viewed with complacency by Thegen i al Public. The trouble has been commenced already in Australia where shearing has been started. To Many victorians it will doubtless come somewhat As n Surprise to know that shearing begins in one part of our Island continent just when it is completed in another portion. From this fact it is evident that shearing can be regarded As a regular employment and not a labour which occupies Bat a few months of the year. Lost year for the first time the pastoral lists Wero Able to make a fair fight of it in some districts As they were to some extent United. This year the Union has been enlarged and now includes the bulk of the thee owners. I both parties have been strengthening themselves in preparation for a determined straggle a fight to the bitter end. In Queens land the shearers commence the Battle at a disadvantage when compared with last year. It is announced that the carriers Union has resolved to with draw from affiliation with the labour federation of Queensland. Last year the earners played a most important part in the disputes Between sheep owners and the shearers. It was no Idle boast that even admitting Tho sheep would be shorn by non Union labour the landowner would find it impossible to remove the boycotted Wool to Market. There were cases in which the pastoralist was compelled to come to terms from this cause alone. It can be seen then that the withdrawal of the carriers from the United labour organisation will considerably weaken the Shearer s Union in this year s straggle. It leaves the sheep owner to Deal with one body of men Only. Much interest will be taken throughout Australia in the result of the contest As upon it will doubtless depend to a great extent the spread of the trouble southwards. With two distinct bodies in existence , now to be practicable to bring Jont some agreement that will Settle the present trouble and put an end to farther bickering. The Shearer s Union has already accomplished much Good. The Factor lists Union have fixed a pries for shearing that will doubtless be satisfactory. There is really not much at Issue now Between the two parties a Mere matter of agreement and of the right to employ free labour. These Are surely matters that could be Sot right without re course to strikes or lockout or other barbarous modes of coercion. Current topics. The Richard Coad the Well known Temperance lecturer will commence a gospel Temperance Mission in Camperdown on sunday ibb into. Or. Patterson who Haa been appointed to the permanent charge of the Draper Down Post and Telegraph office arrived Yeji verday and entered upon his duties. Or. Hourigan who Haa been acting As re Lieving officer since or. Dick departure will return to Malbo ume. The Booths in connection with the Camperdown turf club rices to is held on 26th january were uttered for silo by or. J. Thornton at his rooms on Satur . The following prices were realised is no 1 publican Booth George Ward eaglehawk. �25 to 2 publican s Booth George Ward �21 10j two fruit atolls George Ballis Warrnambool �110s each. There was no off a fur the refreshment Rooraid which were accordingly Paa Jed in. The weather continues to be extremely variable. Sunday was very warm and yesterday morning a Strong northerly wind prevailed which teemed to indicate another hot . About noon however the wind veered round to the of out and it became suddenly Cool. My. J. B. Tiit i Well improved property known As my Niong near Cobden hat been subdivided and will a offered for Aalo a suitably sized blocks on the ground on thursday afternoon by or j. Thorn in. The estate a been surveyed into 24 allotments nuking from five to 200 acres. The land is admirably adapted for Dairying purposes a special value being imparted to it in consequence of its proximity to the Cobden cheese and Batter factory and the railway station. Or. Thornton will also offer at the same place or. Tait snare Grid property known As Glencoe. The terms fixed upon Are exceedingly Liberal viz., one fourth Cash and the balance of to three rears with 6 per cent interest added. A special train will run in connection with the train. Or. Harcourt Lee the Well known Piso fort tuner notified that he will revisit Camperdown and District daring the present week. A informs us that he has received the appointment of special tuner to i excellency the Earl of Hope Tono. A Wix Esow resident of the District Haa conceived the idea of experimenting in order to ascertain if sea fish will live in like Ghotok. He purchased a huge crayfish from Fisherman on saturday. It is his intention to Fence off a few Yards in the ask with wire netting and place the crayfish in it the health of the captive was Aniio utly scanned during saturday night and sunday and Stop were taken by covering it with Damp Gross 4 to retain its life till placed in the Lake. The spa Ramot will no doubt be watch sad with Iai Anat by tit it maim. Miss Annie m. Pye has been appointed head teacher of thu Kei Labbote state school. Elsewhere Are published the entries for thu Handicap events in connection with then Mia Raco meeting of the camper Down turf club to to held on Tho 20tli inst. They Are regarded As very satisfactory and Point to a successful meeting. Thu number Are As follow Handicap hurdles 10 Bracelet. 10 cup 14 Amateur hurdles 17 flying stakes 21 total 78. the 22nd inst., a spec a train will be rim from Warrnambool Terang Camperdown and Colac and intermediate it Lions to Melbourne in connection with the Ana. Demonstration on foundation , 20tli inst. Tub Sli Nerini trouble has commenced in que Ondande. On wednesday last the he Enrera at non Ndem station struck work 1 feb also did the Ruiika . From Bris Bane Oomes the mows that the carriers j Union at their annual meeting held at Barcaldine decided by a lurch tin Jority to i withdraw from the labour federation. The Polo club hits recommenced its existence for the season and numbers regularly Moet for practice. A match has been arranged to take place with be Elotis Date. A visit is shortly expected from a South. Australian team of porn players. An interesting address on our inheritance in the new hebrides was Given in the presbyterian Church on sunday evening by or. Mcgillivray. There was a Lari it and appreciative gathering. After a Brief reference to new Caledonia and Tho loyalty islands or. M Oil Livesy gave a description of the new hebrides Briand. Moro particularly referring to err Manga. He gave some particulars regarding Tho labour traffic and the manner customs feasts Ipp endline Midway Between Drouin Neil Long Warry. Several tracks Wen Smithd lint fortunately no persons were injured. A meeting of me moors of the shearers Union a convened to be held in the temper Ance Hall , at 8 on Satur fur the election of of insert Aud the appointment of delegates to Tho next conference. The railway Havn decided to Rcd Ornise foundation 26h january a a Holiday by issuing tickets at Holiday excursion fares to and Tram All stations in the cloy n 24th january and 25th Jiu Inry available for return up to 3ht january. The immense Sale of summer goods including Druk at Nashville failed for 200,000 Dol. Kendrick petting and co., tobacco planters for 400,000 Dol and the american Bank Arkansas for nearly 200,000 Dol. An outbreak of Small pox of a most Malig Nant Type is reported from Rua Temilla one of the Central american Republic. The disease is spro Diug through the Republic with terrible rapidity and the great est alarm prevails amongst the huh blunts. Over 20,000 deaths Are stated to Havu already resulted from the outbreak. No testimony to the depth of tha distress in " darkest England More touching in its Appeal for sympathy and Aid has been Given at any meeting in Fui therance of general Booth s scheme than that of a Qaher lady to the Forster Hall Tottenham on Tho 2ath nov Max a of her having Beard a very Litile child in a Hospital cil Carating in its delirium lion the rent was to be paid. A Tran of discovery a reported from mayan in. Victoria British Colombia of ancient human remains buried in Mounds. The skeletons Are All of Dwa pc and supposed to be those of an unknown race. Ancient War weapons and utensils were also Dis covered. The remains Are supposed to be extremely old and to be those of coast tribes extinct for centuries Aust Slis Siy Axle. A. B. Guilfoyle in an argue interview May learn from Europe in the. Matter of Street planting. In Genoa for instance the streets Sre planted each with a separate kind of tree and Tho red flowering Borso Chestnut a one the White towering horse Chestnut is another the Kob Ioia a a third a Fords a Richness of Shade and a variety of color that Are Moat pleasing and effective the Trees too Are planted at sufficiently wide intervals to enable them to extend themselves to their proper spread the arrangements in connection with the taking of the census on the St april Are approaching completion in the department of the chief Secretary. Friday was the list for receiving applications for the position of enumerators. A Large number of applications have been lodged and a selection of the Moat suitable candidates will to mule this work. The enumerators it i under stood will be paid a lamp sum and will be required to employ deputies to deliver und collect the census papers. An Vargiu cablegram reports that the Frost in England has now continued for 46 Days without intermission Aid the weather has been the severest known for a Century. On the continent More particularly in the Sontz of Europe the cold continues intense and numerous cases Are report i a of persons being Frozen to death. The snowfalls in Austria have been in usually heavy causing a general derangement of traffic throughout the country. The severity of the weather has canned the shipping Industry to been tirely suspended in Holland and Belgium. At Antwerp the Harbour has been com-1 Petely closed to navigation by ice. In Lon Don the temperature has been at Low As 27deg. Below the freezing Point. The Premier on saturday gave authority to the government Printer to h-4� new machine with the object of a Ili Talini the porn diction of hangar al a fat re Hansard will be issued in time fur delivery with saturday morning s Post. The government intend to increase the reporting staff by four men. At one time it was proposed to a k the Jaward reporters to undertake other duties out of ses Tiou but in consideration of the Arjoona nature of the work they Are called up n to perform and in conformity with the opinion of the late chief of the staff who had 25 Yean experience this idea has been abandoned. It is understood the shorthand writers require no assistance whatever out of session. Or. A Martio the Secretary of agriculture Points out to reference to the projected conference to discover the Best methods of dealing with the Locust pest that it is in tended in limit the per Tonnel of the Confer ence t experts connected with the agricultural departments of the different colonies. The conference Baa been suggested As there Are some Points worthy of consideration which cannot very Well be i. Cussed by Means of correspondence As an argument in favour of the conference or. Martin alludes to a meet ing of experts which took place in the United state Tome years ago and through which it waa discovered that the locusts which infested Ilia country origin ally cams from the Rocky Mountain. At far As can be gathered the Loconti which Are doing Anch damage a Victoria at the present time have their primary hatching grounds somewhere in the riverine District and it a thanghe that if the exact localities can be discovered effective measures might or taken a Cut year for the pest in the Bud. News from the scat of the threatened Bodiao War have been so confusing that few persons have Farmed a Clear notion of the facts. No one. Unless it be the military authorities at Wahington and Chicago a a Clear idea of the i extent of the danger the number of Indiana involved or the real causes of the outbreak. It is vaguely no Deri Tood that certain Indian tribes inhabiting the unsettled Placioa on the upper Missouri Are either on the War path or preparing to take to the War path that other indians in Wyoming in Braila and Colorado Are in Active sympathy with them and in the event of Success would probably join them in the Field and that general Miles who commands the department is engaged in concept rating troops at the menaced Point and expects to put Down any outbreak in Hor order. General Ilie says the Oizae of the outbreak is religious delusion acting on the mind i of Urvig i co. It appears that the rations which have been served to the Indian on the reservation in South Dakota. Wyoming and Montana a tvs Peru insufficient and irregularly supplied although the govern ment pays for ample supplies the Indian rising in America. The fear which has been expressed that the outbreak amongst the indians in Dakota and Nebraska would extend to Canadian tribes appears Likely to be fulfilled. Intelligence Baa been received that Rha tune excited feeling which has lately been manifested by the Sioux indians has been communicated to Indian across the can Adian Border who Are arming and dancing and making other demonstrations indicating an intention to go on the Warpath. The latest news regarding the position at Pine Ridge is tint the United state troops Are closing in on the Indian and that a crisis a Miami Neil age. I in taxi s great Western Vineyard Para matured clarets and Hock awarded Gold medal Paris exhibition and Charap Ioa Prias Melbourne show 1889. Balk and bottle in at plaid direct Frosa Vineyard. Qua War a Mufti i depot a a european telegrams. Reuter s Telegram sensational trial in France. Paris january 10. A Pexsa Troxal trial is concluded at Toulouse to when the mayor of the town is sentenced to five years imprisonment with solitary confine ment for having been connected with the procuring of abortion for Tho wife of a naval official. The wife was sentenced to two years and Tho mid wife to three years imprisonment. This railway strike in Scotland. London january 9. Notwithstanding Trio statements made by the Atni Lowny companies that the strike on the caledonian and North British lines has virtually collapsed the men who went out tit Edinburgh Perth Stirling and Greenock still maintain in unwavering attitude mid Are doing their utmost to induce the men employed on the Glasgow and South Western line to leave their work and join them. The Provost of Glasgow convened a meeting which took place to to devise Means for bringing about a settlement. The meeting was largely attended and some uproarious scenes occurred. Finally a committee was appointed under the presidency of the Provost to Confer with both Side with a View to finding a basis on which a settlement could be effected january 11. The Striko on the caledonian and Nonh British railways continues though the traffic is improving. The settlement of the dispute will depend on which show More endurance the companies or the men. Camperdown turf club races. The following nominations were received last night by the lion Secretary or. J. Bishop for the above races to be held on january 26, foundation Handicap Hubble Rice of 50 says. One " mile and a half. H. Connelly s Scarle h. Connelly s is free atop j. J. Al Keno Dandy. B. Wilson s . E. It. Do Little s the Dake w. W. Beo Bam s Krin Tanomu al Jpn n coed inn a. R. Beckwood s Ca Alier. Thomas hand d native boy j. M Calloch s redwing j. Cripp s balt of Bromfeld s kingdom cime. B. B. M. Ivor s Karat Ehu j. E Hay s sea foam " m. Darcy a Village maid ladies Bracelet value Sotov. Three quarters of a Mil. Welter Handicap. Miss Smith s Carlier miss o. Chirnside s unborn miss. Guir Side Newton miss de Little s Tho Dake i k. Inv Ylon s plebeian mils h. Neylon a Shaudon mus Cozens Bine Toek i Mani fill s Zimeria Miv manifold s Biorka miss manifold s Freedom ii came rows cup of 100 of. One mile and a half. H. Connelly s is free step w. King Tou in saved m. Neylon emancipation m. . Plebeian a 0." bit head s Abergele h. It of s dispute j. Pilkington a Bolton Black k. Moran u tiaras o. U. To Upjohn Forest King 11, Solomon s Ivy t k. Wilu s c. J. E. Hay s sea foam h. G. Stansmore s is Cerise t. P. Manifold s Nimiera. G. W. Ulvi s Snow King Amateur hurdle race of 40 son. One mile and a half. A. R. Blackwood s Caralier h Connelly s Searle j. J. M a Nna � so Orumaa a. S. Chi nude s Blazi h. Phillips glee e. H. De Little s explorer we. Bickham s Krio i r Thov Alsop a cac Anat h. M Leod s Larry j. M Lallooh s redwing. T. Wilson. Haid s Down j. Cripps Bolt d. J. Slavery s pot script t. P. Manifold s via Era " t. P. Manicom s Freedom ii u. D Trey s ladybird it-8.-Mlvor s Rar Tebu -. Flt no stakes a Handicap of 20 Tovje. Half a mile. H. Connelly s sent a j. Finn s gift j. M Kenna s hop Kim do. Hill s spa run a. S. Chi Side s t. P. M. Win s . W. H. Brook s Novice m. Neylon t Shandon j. D m hit Ohead s a Ersyle j. 3t Quintin s . It. B. Cozen a Dine Hock x Moran s turns h. Salomoa s Cambridge a. Joh Doii t Star the West f. Quigley s Black jacket c. s Sywan. x a Sefo a t. P. Manifold s ii j. C. Maui lid a 8.0.ia j. C. A fold s to Laver. T. I Lynu. Sir William ii the Locust plague. My. D. Martin the Secretary for Agri culture has received the following report in reference to the Locust peat from or. French the government entomologist As the Locust Are. Now depositing vast quantities of ogs. It behoves All growers to be on the Alert and to lao every muons within their reach to combat the pest whenever it should make its appearance. Tho mfg now being deposited will in All probability be hatched about the week of february that is if the weather be hot and land should where practicable be ploughed and scarified More than once. If a to Ubly constructed Brush Barrow be passed Oer the surface but number of the Engs will be either crushed or revitalised. In Bare places where the egg deposits Are Large a Good plan will a to Lay Loo a Straw upon Iha soil after being turned up and then sat 6re to it. In weather this must be done with care or the surrounding country May be fired " tar waterway lib. To 100 Gallons of water is cheap and very effectual in injuring est i of the Locust. When the Youni Lounata Are first hatched travelling mob. Of Heap Over them is an excellent plan. The motor Oil Plant a eaten greedily by locusts my should be largely planted in the drier Del riots. Arsenical probation especially when used on grazing areas should be used with great care at Stock poultry insectivorous Birds &c., Are Likely to suffer greatly. Tar is quite is Good is safer of cheaper and is not offensive to Stock. The locally Reancil locusts will a shortly St work so that ill should Shakt in their 1 it is reported that Burli will Bortt i � � Roq. Foreign policy of Ali. U Kiark Tariff ii re correspondence. We Are not to be held responsible for any opinions expressed by our correspondents. Baths for Camperdown. To the editor Vanitas. Sub i wish through the medium of your valuable journal to draw Iho Stten-1 i tion of the committee of Iho mechanics j Institute to Tho great Boon they might Confer on visitor and readout a Tif Caiu Perduyn by the establishing of Public Baths. I would submit for their consideration the following Chenio at the rear of Tho wooden building lately med a a Library i would make an i Awatson by digging out a space say 50ft by 25ft, sloping from 4ft to say 10ft, and enclose it with Brick Wall nud Cement it the whole to be surrounded with it Shell Bulgini of Wood. They might Utilio Tho old Library building As offices. Water could be Laid on by pipes from the town Well at the rear. The dirt excavated would ratio and ire claim the land adjoining belonging to Tho committee enhancing Tho value of thu Ami. I daresay my scheme will be in to by Tho object that the committee Are in debt already. Granted but the scheme i have such Faith in would not Tinly be reproductive but would leave a Good margin of profit. Say it Cost �300 a score of gentlemen in Camperdown would to willing to lend that for such purpose bearing interest at aay 8 per cent per annul. This would mean 10 per week. Now if Only 20 persons 1 per at go per head me the Baths this would pay �3 per week. I would have it open to udies and children say from 10 . To 4 ., and men before and after those hours. Seanoa tickets might be to issued at a reduction on this charge. In any Ciao i feel confident Tho thing could be made a great 6naocul id Ceak. It would be the Means of utilising the present old building and would Confer one of the greatest blessings on this Community. Trusting i have not trespassed too much on your apace. Yours sx., country Cricket the thin end of the wedge. To the editor. Fair Doos. January 8th, 1891. Sill in these Days of amicable rivalry in athletics Between the neighbouring country towns 1 have noticed a growing evil and one that is eminently calculated i con Sider to extinguish that Friendly antagonism to the detriment of the Cluba in thinner populated districts. I allude to the practice which obtains of Retting Christmas visitors to the members to play for the club to which the said members belong. A very marked instance of this obnoxious system occurred in the late match Lumn and Skipton. On that occasion Lismore Wero assisted by two gentlemen from town one of whom has we believe played in the tint eleven of East Melbourne and the other has occupied a similar to i too in the St. Hilda club. With this ont aide ele ment against them As Well As the strength of the Bona fide Lismore player who Are really a very creditable country team the Skipton eleven was badly beaten the East Melbourne Man getting 38 runs out of the total of 90, and taking six wickets at a Cost of 3 runs. I ask sir is this sort of thing to go on ? what is to prevent some member of the Camperdown co. Inviting say if Tun and Blackmn up for a Feir Days and playing them against Wam Kambool in the next match. It is possible oven to foresee the practice As suming such proportions that in Liliuo Camperdown and Warrnie Rubolo would in reality be Victoria against new sooth Wales or cob Rico v poin Barneit would be in reality Australia v Edmund for the Chantip gunship of Tho world. On metropolitan Cricket grounds the thing would never be for a moment tolerated. The Barracke emboldened by the Success that has crowned his howls in the football areas has this season planted his Banner in the Cricket Geld and woe to Tho unfortunate that incurs Bis Wrath. Now and then a Man will be found impervious to Public opinion As represented by the Barracke but As a Rule the latter carries his Point and sends his victims to the Pavilion with confusion and discomfiture. As an in stance of the sort of thing to which 1 allude on the . Ground a player was included who hailed from somewhere Ballarat Way a Safe Bat and a most reliable player but unfortunately he appeared in the Field to take his innings in a Black Boxer hat and Black boots. A storm of jeers arose and he spooned his first Ball Back to the Bowler in the softest manner completely unnerved by the taunts that came from All round the ground and remarks such As yer fell Orf a bus come oat of that at i can see year boots that player will not offend again in the Samo Way. We have not the Barracke we have no fixed Rule on the subject but we have the press and 1 do Hope sir that you will in the interests of fairness Justice and the promotion of that feeling of Esprit de wires which is the real secret of All greatness and All supremacy me Yon efforts to keep out this thin end of the wedge this Hydra headed monster which threatens to demoralize Dis individualize if i May be allowed the word and in time utterly annihilate our country Cricket , a the shearing strike in Queensland. My. Mitchell the Secretary of the Pas tora Lute Union in Victoria he received intimation that a meeting of the bared Dine pastor Lista Union Queensland will be held on tuesday next when a decision will be coma to As to what is to to done to procure Ahe Arera and Crry on Tho work if the unionists still refuse to go to work under the agree neut submitted by the pastoralist. The pastoralism unions in All the colonies am awaiting Tho decision of the meeting referred to before taking by further step but they will be prepared to heartily support the Quee Suud a tur Alista in whatever count May be decided upon. Up to latest advices Tho Shearer on the l a ii Downs Atelj refused to. K. Mackinon and d. Curdie were in Host representatives for Camperdown. Frank Allan and m. Saltau commenced the Bowling for Warrnambool. The partnership did not last Lone Cardie being bowled by Saltau after scoring 8. J. Mackinon filled the vacancy the two Brothers playing very Good Cricket and coring freely. However disappointment was to to the order of the , j. Mackinnon Camperdown s bit Bate min being Well caught by Threlfall alter Scur. Ing 8. exception of p. W. Tait who quickly ran up a score of Innone of the remaining batsman cored to any great extent. The iou Ings closed for a total of go runs. Salum howled Well f for the Home team taking five wickets for s3 after partaking of an excellent lunch Camperdown took the Field. T. R. Bloon Geld and is. Saltau were the first representative for Warrena Riboul d. Mackinnon and Tait were the Boileu for Camperdown. With the total al2 Saltau was Well caught by d. Curdie after scoring 7. E. Officer stepped into the vacancy but last his partner shortly after Bloomfield being thrown out in attempt. Me a run. Greenwood was next in and by careful Cricket in company with Davidson and Allan camper non s total was passed with Only four wickets Down his score Reading 35 before being Dii. Posed of. Allan scored 23. The Reuvin. Ing batsman did not trouble the score a Brent Deal the total score standing t 106 runs. D. Mackinnon bowled heat for the visitors taking 3 wickets for 17 runt. The following Are the scores Camp Eriken. Fin tinning. W. K. A Kino on b Allan. H d. Curdie. Built a. S j. C. M Kinnon c Threlfall b Allan 8 j. Cordic and b Alun 5 t. Moore b Saltan. 0 p. W. Tait . 16 d. It Ionon Ruo oat. 1 e. Upton b Salum. 0 d. W.ii-, b Allan. J. X Hay not out. 0 j. Threlfall my silo. 1 sundries. 6 total. 60. Warb Jumsool first innings. Saltan c d. Curdie Kinnon. 7 t. K. Bloo Rofi old run out. 9 e. Officer o exit b Moore. 6 w. Greenwood a j. M Kinnon lit it. 33 a. Davidson of. Cardie b Hay. 6 e. L. Hilpman. B Tait. 2 f k . M Kinton. 23 h m celery to. M Kinnon. 5 , by. M Klinnoo. I j. Weir c j. In Kinnon a d. I m kin not. 1 i h. Thelml nol out. 0 5 us Delrica. 0 j total. 106 i commercial. Farm produce markets Geelong. Saturday. Apples la 6i to 6 per Case Ward i 6i to Gado Apricot 7� to 15s in i 15s to 20j do cd Brit i 6a to 14� do Ilami,9 2f to 6 do Lemons 7a to is do Tomato Iii 104 to 12 do j encumber. 2s t�2t6l do Potito a �3 to �4 per ton dried onion fish to �4 Load Horas carrots �1 10i t �2 do fresh Batter 4 �8 111, for 5 Belloc i fan 20 Bullocks for or. L & Sawert swag use Are aging a 9s 6d. Fat calves to Terege Supply and Prim a Ier. Fat sheep2ooo penned and Price win if airy Shitik a trifle easier. Fat lambs76o penned and the Demkiw a firm at last Qantas roof. Store sheep2sco carded mostly inferior line., which were doll of be. Oar � wen3b it cattle 16 Ealen so3fit in a 120 fat Lamb 80 co be Biclot be x be. Ouide 2soo Meriu . , How a co. Report fat cattle.-170 carded medium � . A re girly Brawk at Light urdu Tiou on lint we i rat Etc � ld6o for Meurer l. M. Calvert j. Bin Gay. I. Mar Ripon. A. Oliver p. Kino j Daniel and or. Armstrong. The Aien Are mra a bin lock is i Kheit Price of Ibe Market l. M. To , �8 8i 8d j. Bingley t Bullock. �7 18.3d Kinu. Heifer and a. �5 9t so. Ouide wet have of ? Ballock. Fat sbp2soo carded of All a Titi and Price. Were 6.1 lower. We Ouva a ther to 10s 6d, highest Price of Market. Outside too wether go fat umb.7so carded. Prices no alow ifs we who 318 Tor mews. Bad Bik w m Garvie loom and Hewitt Raj id g for Horn and woolly top Price of the " m store sheep36oo Jar did for 1b" w we very Little comp edition. _ m an enter Prinias tumanian recently ode in to the Secre by of Alfric Nettik � p3 Beroe for who we plate a Hod of the Loo Aiti in the Olony i a is of �2,000, Bat the promo. Jube jew s thu Takt. If by inducement to of Skific were held oot to i we h i a to Vrh of i option stirring aun,7� m it thought the agricultural det a Wool do. Udud with crude Odd pm Man to r p i Iii ill a
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