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AUSTRALIAN.

(Per Reuter's Agency.)' Crieket,

Melbourne, Dec. 12,

The cricket match between the Australian Eleven and Victorian Representative Eleven was resumed to-day. The former continued their innings, and were all disposed of for 291 runs. Bannerman was run out for 58, Bonnor stumped for 50, Spofforth caught for 38, and Boyle caught for 55. The Victorian team then went to the wickets for their second innings, afla when the slumps were drawn for the day thev had lost four wickts for 167 runs.

New Zealand at the World’s Show. Dec. 11. The following Exhibition awards have been made—For bulk ale, first prizes, Speight, Dunedin ; Franks Hokitika; Ward and Co., Christchurch; second prizes, Pascoe, Wellington ; Cochrane. Dunedin; Speight, Dunedin; Baynes, Wangaralta; third prizes, Strachan, Dunedin ; fourth, Manning, Christchurch. For porter in bulk First prizes, Vincent, Christchurch ; Ehrenfried, Dunedin: For bottled porter—First prize, Hargan, Dunedin ; second, Manning, Christchurch; Baynes, Wangaratta. The Transcontinental Railway Promoted. Brisbane, To-day. Mr. Mcllwraith, the Premier, will shortly proceed to England, on business connected with the proposed transcontinental railway. Postmaster General. It is announced that B. J 3., Morehead will be appointed "Postmaster General, in the place Of Buzacott, who takes the position of editor of the Brisbane Com ier.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 215, 13 December 1880

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 215, 13 December 1880

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