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, (Per Renter's Agency.) London, Sept. 28. In the cricket match,‘which was resumed this morning at the Crystal Palace ground between the Australians and the Players of England, the former have scored 133 in their first innings. The Players are, therefore, 43 to the-bad.V; la the Australian’s innings, McDonald .was 'caught for 28 runs. The Players went in for their second innings and. scored 82, all out. Palmer and Boyle again bowled well, the former taking six and tho latter three wickets. ’ The Australians, who required '4O runs to win the'match,',’went in for their second-innings, and when 1 the stumps were drawn for the day, had put together 10 runs for, three, wickets down. There was a thick haze over the grottnd all day, which seriously interfered with the play. London, Sept. 29.
Steps are being taken by a number of colonists in England to present a testimonial to the cricketers before’they return to Australia. The cricket -match, 'Australians v. Players, .was resumed' this. 1 morning. Spofforth, who was ■ absent oh' Monday and Tuesday, to-day went to the wickets, in place of Bannerman, and!was caught out when he had puti together : 21 runs. The play is proceeding. ; 1 Later. The Australians have won the match against the players by two wickets. The bowling of the' Home team was dead on the' wicket, and eight Australians were disposed of before the required- number of runs—4o-r-was. obtained. The weather to-day is fine. " Several leading Liberals, representing a considerable. section of the party, are urging on Government to call Parliament together again in November, as it is feared that thb demands of Montenegro, that the Powers should take some steps b£ coercion towards Turkey beyond the naval demonstration, will jeopardise the latter being carried into effect. Englapd and Russia are willing to carry out the display, but it is doubtful if other Powers wHo’have sent vessels to ,Ragusa will consent to act in concert.
Tenders for the Victorian ( ,tiyp million loan were opened tp-day ' The total amount offered is eleven Tenders at. L 97 12s. ,6d! will, receive 90 per cent, of the allotment. v ., ; ; Trickett is now in first-rate . form, and is out twice daily. , Hanlan has gone into active training. Therp is very little betting on the approaching race. . London, Sept. 30. Alderman William MacArthur, M.P., has been elected Lord Mayes of London. A report has been received that the Albanians have set .fire to ,she itqwq of Dulcignd, and that the place' has been burned to the ground! ' The rumor requires confirmation. ' r - Constantinople,: .Sppt. 29. Reinforcements of troops are! being sent to Riza Pasha, the Turkish'commander at Dulcigno, in the view of possible hostilities with .the, Montenegrins. . ’ Calcutta!,, Sept. 28. The Cabulesa who formed Ayoiib Khan’s defeated army, and escaped, to Cabul, have submitted to the Ameer Abdul Rahman. Constantinople',-Bept. 28. Intelligence has, been received, that the Monter. egrins have asked (he)aid of the Great Powers to enable to obtain possession of Dulcigno. ,THey/solicit the Powers to take some steps' bpyohd coercion through the fleet! The'Admirals in command! of the vessels forming the squadron have referred to their, respective Governments for instructions, . , Rome, Sept. 29. General Garibaldi lias resigned his position as a member of the Italian; Chamber of Deputies, and has; addressed a letter to the electors, in which he says he feels the country is suffering from oppression which he is powerless tp avert., , p.v*
.Naples, Sept. 30. The new Italian ironclad, Italian, 14 000 tons, and with armour three feet thick, was successfully launched at Oastollamarc yesterday.
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