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fI’KU ueutbr’s agency.] Cricket. London, July 12. In the cricket match the Australians v. Marylebone Club, A. P. Lucas, for the latter, scored 45, and was caught. C. T. Studd was bowled for 114; he played a splendid innings, and never gave a chance. G. B. Studd, Ibw, for 26. The innings, as already announced, closed for a total of 320. Garrett, for the Australians, bowled admirably, and took seven out of the ten wickets for 89 runs. In the innings of the Australians the following were the highest scorers : —Horan, caught, 42 ; Bonnor, stumped, 25 ; Spofforth, bowled, 28. The attendance at the match was very large. Money and the MarketsLondon, July 13. Consols remain at rate is unchanged at 3 per cent., and market rate at 2 per cent. New Zealand securities—Five per Cent. 10 40 Loan, Loan, 106 ; Four and a Half per Cent., 18791904 Loan, 103. Colonial breadstuffs and tallow are without quotable change. A better demand prevails for Australian hides. Best Scotch pig iron, No. 1, free on board in Clyde, is quoted at 52s Od, being an advance of is 6d. London, July 14. The total reserve of notes and bullion in the Bank of Fngland is Li 2,500,000, The total quantity of wheat afloat for Great Britain is 1,970,000 quarters. There are no changes to report in the money or produce markets. Frozen Meat. The Sorrento has arrived, with her
frozen meat in good condition. A contractor has undertaken to supply thawed meat direct to the public.
The Australian Cricketers.
The cricket match between the Australians and Eleven of Yorkshire was commenced to-day at Dewsbury. There was a large attendance, and the weather was fine. The Home team went in first, and scored J 29. The only player who made any stand against the bowling of the Australians was E. Lockwood, who batted splendidly for 61. The Australians went in for their second innings, and had scored in for five wickets when the stumps were drawn for the day. Bannerman was the highest scorer, with 34, bowled.
Londox, July 15.
The cricket match at Dewsbury was resumed to-day. The weather was inclement, and the wicket was heavy. The Australians continued their first innings, but only succeeded in adding 30 runs for the remaining five wickets. The innings closed for a total of 141. The Yorkshire Eleven then went in for their second innings, and put together 64 for the loss of one wicket, when time was called, and the match ended in a draw. Play had to be stopped during the day owing to the rain. A Split in the Camp. It is known that the Right Hon. J. Bright, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, is opposed to the Egyptian policy of his colleagues in the Cabinet, and objected to the bombardment of Alexandria by the British fleet. Later. The Right Hon. John Bright has resigned the Chancellorship of the Duchy of Lancaster, in consequence of a disagreement with his colleagues in regard to their Egyptian policy.
A Good Shipment. The cargo of frozen meat per Orient steamship Orient has been examined and found to be for the most part in fine condition. Repressive Measures. The Irish Executive has issued a proclamation declaring seventeen Counties to be subject to the provisions of the Irish Repression Act. [.SPECIAL TO “THE ARODS.”] Cetewayo. London, July 13. Cetewayo has started from Capetown for England. A Challenge. Laycock has challenged Ross, and proposes that the race should come off at Port Jackson. The Lusitania. Suez, July 14. The Orient Company’s steamship Lusitania arrived here yesterday from Melbourne (June 7th) with 4,500 carcases of mutton and a quantity of beef. Her refrigerating machinery worked splendidly throughout the voyage, and the meat is expected to be in good order.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 689, 17 July 1882
LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 689, 17 July 1882
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