SHEFFIELD SHIELD MATCH. A GOOD "(W." The interstate cricket match Xe-.v South, Wales v. South Australia, was finished on the Sydney ground yesterday, and resulted in a- win for the home team by ]6 runs. Soutli Australia made a bold bid for victory, scoring 351 in tVir second innings —Mavne 59," Wiismcre 16, Pellew 97, Rundell 36, Whitty 28. Stirling 44. TDK MFBCANTLLL SHIELD. Playing at Bugby Park, Invercargill, on Wednesday, in the Mercantile Shield games, in beautiful weather and on perfect wickets, the most notable feature of the afternoon'.- pluv was the fine display of Jim Hamilton T.C.C. "'B''i for J52 runs, and Kavanagh. of the "A' team, for 85 not out. Boih batsmen were right at the top of their form, and batted -uperbly. Vr I NkJT MI11LI) \\ c'in ;tm get t'l n hiifjci- on the Piun let Mi hi on fnc fU Hid just when e\ n ni « i -pi"i llitm l- 1j who-e v, n d \ tv.jild Udi iln (i in thc\ dropped i (in u bun j <.' M t ip ind took it to (hn t iiiich ia - t 1 e D .rimion } MLiIL md ( nit n mi t be rompn mc tel en thtn I \ hit,' in the final in mi i„ th lr \ cie to i< pcifoimmces 111" 1 ( it I in> I 1 a i„' i i f n a i <ai <-n pun ,r r I 1 icll w o\ c\ that - ei i t iw ■> nu (d in the In t i i hi,. it i i <= u u r Ihtni ritih. i i- ill ccl t _ 1 1 111 PL id m inn <• nd tut pr >i 1 i ihj iff as \rr f\x i n i 1 lit i ii ir ' « '' do ibt th t t ltc ut\ i "nt tt i cm Vet than Wilimgt n n r I in put iit re pi rt in 1 th it 11 ) in "hj I mer YSOPL'm irnTTs! -L - npiß KILLFD WFIT i - MIM \\l\ Ii 1 M.IM IB> 4)1 \lll <1 U l't It 1 (Mr I li iii It tli ii ii F in t \ I \ ( ' u j, i ' ii. i i uhj hi 1 enn 1 11 , „ ' r i T ( t unit ( 11m \ '! d" ,1 1t i 11 1 nt l th bit in n \ u ii t In., t 1 ' i cm ! i lc -i n \ i it (1 it (i 1 i l-i i iit li i r ( 'ail i [I u ii "■ ihj fu i he ri 1 I t r 111 ill 1i 1 f J ' d hj oJm n ill 1 "• I 5 rwi t\r tell hi J HI fl hj ' ( 1 t t is 1 jll-lf hj 1f r t 1 t II) li/ 1 111 ph C 1 in ir mint im II in nr 11 and t c ifi i il 1 iitii r i Ihi hj 1 f ir it i ill b" i| pi tf i nf i it i rni ni nurd lb it tb f, fit i iiiii i nun i rt 1 i in t m 1 \ tl i i ci mod cf tho gamr \ i f it 1 fiti it nfi.icii i-a f, a i i d rul th \cnu nt v 1 ,]r m t r fid ti fhr rum' / rT rii < cored 't i li \ ik i t . I I lieu 1-s im rthcr 1 I'tuar
Acro'-iJ:;:~ to the - Star.' S. O. Smith, the well-known Northampton, cricketer, who last, seisin headed both the batting; and bowling averages for his county, is likely to be secured for Auckland. Mrs Smith h:i* not been well for some, time, and her medicai adviser has suggested a change of climate, which is the reason, for her husband brine: anxious tu leave England, for a time, at any rate. Negotiations, it is unnVr-toorl. are to be opened op. and. if -SiieoT--- -fu]. Smith will probably arrive in Auckland about June, in order to qualify for next sen .-.on.
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CRICKET, Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915
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