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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

AGAINST NEWCASTLE. (Pee I"rkss Association.—Copyright. J SYDNEY, November 19. The Englishmen began a match against Eighteen of Newcastle to-day. The weather was hot and windy. The local Eighteen were all disposed of for 100 runs, the chief scorers being Lindsay (39) and Cunningham (30). Briggs and Board replaced Richardson and Storer in the visiting team. Briggs and Hearne obtained the bulk of the wickets. The Eoglish Eleven have lost five wickets for 139 runs. Mason (28), Hay ward (22), Ranjitsinhji (47), and Druce (31) were the principal scorers.

The Matrimonial Causes Bill, now before the Queensland Assembly, gives a Judge power to hear divorce cases in camera, or to prohibit the publication of evidence.

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS., Issue 10476, 20 November 1897, Supplement

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Issue 10476, 20 November 1897, Supplement

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