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PARLIAMENTARY CRICKETERS.

THE TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA.

[Per Press Association.—Copyright.]

LONDON, September 16. The Parliamentary team will probably consist of:—

Viscount Curzon, member for Wycombe. Viscount Chelsea, member for Bury St. Edmunds.

Lord De Ereseby Willoug'hby, member for Horncastle.

Earl of Dalkeith, member for Eoxburgh. Mr W. Bromley Devenport, member for Macclebfield.

Mr George Kemp, member for Heywood. Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, member for Warwick and Leamington. Mr Bruce Wentworth, member for Brighton. Mr Joseph Albert Pease, memberfor Tyneside. Lieutenant-colonel Chaloner, member for Westbury. Blr lan Malcolm, member for Stowmarket. Sir William Walrond, member for Tiverton. Mr Austen Chamberlain, member for Worcester (Civil Lord of the Admiralty). Right Hon. Walter Hume Long, president of the Board of Agriculture. Sir Richard Webster, Attorney-General. Mr F. Ward.

It is hoped that Sir E. Webster will be captain of the team. It is also desired that the following bo included :—Lords Sondes and Hawke (captain of the Yorkshire County team), the Marquis of Camden, the Earl of Chesterfield, and the Earl of Pembroke. The. team are to start in 1898, and will be absent ninety days. They play a two days' match in Canada and then leave for Australia, and play in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide.

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PARLIAMENTARY CRICKETERS., Evening Star, Issue 10422, 17 September 1897

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PARLIAMENTARY CRICKETERS. Evening Star, Issue 10422, 17 September 1897

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