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AUSTRALIAN

[ukutkr’s teleokams—copyright.] The Illawarra Election. Sydney, Saturday. The election of a member for the .

Legislative Assembly for Illawarra took place to-day, and resulted in the return . of Mr Stewart by a large majority. The Hon. Jas. Watson (Colonial Treasurer) ;■ and Dr RenWick, who were recently .defeated at the elections for Young and East Sydney constituencies respectively, were again rejected. Cricket. ' [Received Dec. 11, 1.30 p.m.j ■ In the cricket match at Newcastle t between a local eighteen and the English Eleven, the latter in their first innings scored 339, as against 67 scored ■by the Newcastle team. When time I ' was called, the latter had put together 54 for fifteen wickets, and the match was drawn in favor of the Englishmen. The .following are the scores:— (■ Eighteen : First innings, 67. Englishmen: First innings, Barnes, c 13; Bligh, ' stumped, 22; Leslie, c, 51; C. T. Studd, b, o; Barlow, c, 39 ;A. G. Steel, c, 25; Tylecote, c, 33 ; Read, c, 64; Bates, not out, 34; Vernon, c, 41; Alexander ’ • (substitute), 3 ; extras, 14; 10131,339, , not ary as stated in a previous message. i The Eighteen in their second innings 1 got 15 wickets for 54. The weather ' was fine,'and there was a large attendv.. ance. 0. • The cricket match between the Engc . lish Eleven and a local team was conN- tinned at Newcastle to-day. The first - -innings of the visitors closed for 2x7, r, . and at the conclusion of the day’s play "{ .the Home team, in their second ini' innings, had lost one wicket for 25 runs. [Received Dec. 11, 12.30 a.m.] A Ship’s Crew Killed and Eaten by Savages. Sydney, To-day. . ' Intelligence has been received here j->; that the crew of a vessel, sixteen in all, have been killed and eaten by the 7. natives of New Guinea, and a life-buoy with the name of Favons on it was , found near the scene of the massacre, ■■'but the vessel’s name is uncertain, as ; no trace .of her was left. [Received Dec. 11, 1130 a.m.] The Australian Match. Adelaide, Saturday. The cricket match between the Aus- •- tralian team and Fifteen of South Australia, was resumed to-day. When the , stumps .were drawn, the score stood as follows Fifteen, first innings—x 17 ; Australians, first innings— 217; Fifteen, second innings, 25, with one wicket dowq. The following are the scores of the Australian’s first innings:— Massie, b, 2; Bannerman, b, Horan) Ibw, 6; Murdoch,, b, 39; McDonnell, c, 34; Blafckham, b, 16; 1 1 Bonnar, c and b, 8 , Jones, c, to ; Gif- * fen, b, ; , 38 ; Boyle, c, 10 ; Spofforth, not ' out, 12 ; sundries, 9 ; total, 217.

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AUSTRALIAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 815, 11 December 1882

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AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 815, 11 December 1882

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