The Australian Team in England.
Match Asrainst Essex.
Received June 23, 9.10 a.m. London, June 22 Following are the scores: — Essex.
First Innings. Fare, c Coftpil, b Layer ...- ..4 Carpenter, c Layer, b McLeod ... 24 MnGnhcy, b L^nr ... ... 0 GHlingtmu. c Hill, b Layer .- 9 To=seetii, c Nowland, b Layer •■ 14 rprrii', b Layer... •• ... 0 Feovps, c Hopkins, h McLeod ... 1' Dr.ngla?, c McLpo<l, b DntT ... ... 28 Kn:-sfill, c Hill, b layer ... ... 8 Tremlin, b Duff ... ••■ 8 Buclrpnham (not out) .- ••• 1 Extras ... ... ... 13 Total ... 118 Bowling Analysis — Layer six for 49; McLeod two for 20; Duff two for 17; Cotter 0 for 19.
The GALE.— Or.c of the fiercest nor'west gales oxperienced for several years blew duriiiir this morning and afternoon, and a good deal of damage is reported as the rosult. Several brick chimneys have been blown down and glass verandahs broken, while the bell tower in tho grounds of the Catholic Church and the fence round the church have been razed to the ground. Telegraphic communication both North and South is interrupted, numbers of poles and wires beinef broken.— Our own corrospondpnt at Arundel telegraphs that a terrible nor'west gale has blown, and rain has fallen all the morning. Plantations are damaged very barlly. There has been very heavy rain at Peel Forest and Arundel.—• Telegraphic communication was restored in the afternoon. , Weather Forecast. — Captain Edwin wires aa follows:—-Heavy gale from between north and west and Bouth-west; glass fall ; rain, probably heavy; rivers in flood.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905
Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905
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