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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. GREAT ATTENDANCE. A FAIRLY EVEN MATCH. MACLAREN PLAYS SOLIDLY FOR 145. ENGLAND LEADS BY 44 ON FIRST INNINGS. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-26 01:14 Jessup mot xv ith a splendid reception, no doubt in
view of something sensational hnppoiung, and tho
crowd xvoro not disappointed, though it xvns very
short, for ho was in no longer than live minutes, ni
tho course of which ho hit 2 5, 4, 4 A determined
rush at Clarko, howovci, took lura too fin Hornada
a jorkei of it mid wns clean howled though ha
would bax o been stumped if tho ball hud not hit tha
wicket
Lilloy opened Ins account with a leg hit for 1 off
Clarko MacLaroii took somo time in going from 81
to tho 100 Ho hit How oil, xvho relieved Trumper at
160, for two fours m succession, which earned linn tn
02 Bofoio ho had acquired tlueellgurcilistini tion tho
200 appeared, the hoisting thcicor being duo
at tho last moment to somo haul hitting by
Lilley, who quickly had lo opposito his name tha
final stioko being a 11^ on hil foi foin oft Clarke
rho time utinpied over the task wns 2 bonis art
minutes Tho signalling of tho second bundled wai
accompanied bj chceis Ivohio was brought on nt
this Binge in placo of Howell, whoso one wicket had
cost 52 His thud, bull was hit lo lho hound uy
in iiont of lho members' pavilion and M u.Laien
foi lus eentuij was accoided gre it iipjilauso Ho
joiiruoy had occujued 2 hours 51 minutes mil Um
total was 208
Jessup met with a splendid reception, no doubt in
view of something sensational happening, and the
crowd were not disappointed, though it was very
short, for he was in no longer than five minutes, in
the course of which he hit 2, 5, 4, 4. A determined
rush at Clarke, however, took him too far. He made
a yorker of it and was clean bowled, though he
would have been stumped if the ball had not hit the
wicket.
Lilley opened his account with a leg hit for 4 off
Clarke. MacLaren took some time in going from 84
to the 100. He hit Howell, who relieved Trumper at
160, for two fours in succession, which carried him to
92. Before he had acquired three figure distinction the
200 appeared, the hoisting thereof being due
at the last moment to some hard hitting by
Lilley, who quickly had 15 opposite his name, the
final stroke being a big on hit for four off Clarke.
The time occupied over the task was 2 hours 50
minutes. The signalling of the second hundred was
accompanied by cheers. Noble was brought on at
this stage in place of Howell, whose one wicket had
cost 52. His third, ball was hit to the boundary
in front of the members' pavilion and MacLaren
for his century was accorded great applause. The
journey had occupied 2 hours 58 minutes and the
total was 208.
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. GREAT ATTENDANCE. A FAIRLY EVEN MATCH. MACLAREN PLAYS SOLIDLY FOR 145. ENGLAND LEADS BY 44 ON FIRST INNINGS. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-26 01:07 Ihq,fiisl over on lesnmiiig linsipioduclivo of 7(1
to Jones nnd G to MncLnren) racing ttlarl o Jonea
cut bim nicely for 4, thon legged lum for a hko ntim
hoi lho total W03 112-lho 100 took oxuotly two
horns lho into of progression WOB now HO fast thal
tho enthusiasm ni thu unoitnous (ittoiiduuco was
working un to u high pitch Iones' btrokoi wero full
of xx rist plnx, and his stylo xv as greatlj nppreeialorl
AVhon ho rando a stioko of any w eight ovoiy muscle
of Uro body appealed to bo Huon n into it Dr ya
men xvcro goin0 splendidly in 10 minutes lifter
límela Tonca advanced to tho extent of 21, nnd
¿a xvns hoisted after 12 minutes' play Tha
Notts captain xv as sovoie on Chuko, hu following
tho bnll round timo at toi tuno, and gutting it
finely lo log racing Irumpor ho was for-
tunato in having u lofty oil hit drop just over
Duff's hoad, and then MacLaroii lu making thu
second inn for tho stioko jiiBt beat tho ball, which,
knocked over lho wicket Everything xvas now
busk, tho batting, tho numil»; botvv cun tho wickots,
tim Holding and tho returning, and there xvns much
choonng from tho crowd Willi a chop through
tho shp3 MnoLaien advanced his compilation be
jond Trumpet's (17 At 141 Jones loft his crensa
and mudo a luugo that meant 5 if bo had got
hold of it, hut ho didn't, mid was clean bow led
Ho was in for 11 inmutes for 11, und had hit four
1'B no played a moat dashing innings Evcijoua
was pleased with his style, and anticipations vv el a
expressed that when ho gots going somo of our
bowlers will suffer severely
The first over on resuming was productive of 7 (1
to Jones and 6 to MacLaren). Facing Clarke Jones
cut him nicely for 4, then legged him for a like num-
ber. The total was 112—the 100 took exactly two
hours. The rate of progression was now so fast that
the enthusiasm of the enormous attendance was
working up to a high pitch. Jones' strokes were full
of wrist play, and his style was greatly appreciated.
When he made a stroke of any weight every muscle
of the body appeared to be thrown into it. Both
men were going splendidly ; in 10 minutes after
lunch Jones advanced to the extent of 21, and
33 was hoisted after 12 minutes' play. The
Notts captain was severe on Clarke, he following
the ball round time after time, and getting it
finely to leg. Facing Trumper he was for-
tunate in having a lofty off hit drop just over
Duff's head, and then MacLaren in making the
second run for the stroke just beat the ball, which
knocked over the wicket. Everything was now
brisk, the batting, the running between the wickets,
the fielding and the returning, and there was much
cheering from the crowd. With a chop through
the slips MacLaren advanced his compilation be-
yond Trumper's 67. At 141 Jones left his crease
and made a lunge that meant 5 if he had got
hold of it, but he didn't, and was clean bowled.
He was in for 44 minutes for 44, and had hit four
4's. He played a most dashing innings. Everyone
was pleased with his style, and anticipations were
expressed that when he gets going some of our
bowlers will suffer severely.
THE OFFICERS' DUEL IN GERMANY. LONDON, Nov. 26. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 27 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-26 00:56 tho duel between Lieutenant BloskowuV and
Lieutenant Hildebrandt of tho German Army, was
fought ut Iusterbuig, Past Prussia, with fatal re-
sults to the loi met Aflci u suppci, Lieutenant
Bluskovvit/ struck Lieutenant Hildobrandt, who was
helping the foi mel towards lus home lho matter
wns retorrcd to lho Court of Honour, which con-
sidered that n duel belvveou tho two officers was in-
evitable A duel was nccorduigly fought, nnd
Lieutenant Blaskovv it/was killed ACourt-martinl
lum to tvv o ) oars' imprisonment because of tim fatal
result of tho combat
The duel between Lieutenant Blaskowitz and
Lieutenant Hildebrandt, of the German Army, was
fought at Insterburg, East Prussia, with fatal re-
sults to the former. After a supper, Lieutenant
Blaskowitz struck Lieutenant Hildebrandt, who was
helping the former towards his home. The matter
was referred to the Court of Honour, which con-
sidered that a duel between the two officers was in-
evitable. A duel was accordingly fought, and
Lieutenant Blaskowitz was killed. A Court-martial
him to two years' imprisonment because of the fatal
result of the combat.
THE OFFICERS' DUEL IN GERMANY. LONDON, Nov. 26. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 27 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-26 00:53 The Gorman Emperor has retired Colonel
Baron iteibswilz toi not pi eventing the duel
between Lieutenants Hildebrandt and Blas
kovtitz It AVUS m thib duel that Lieutenant
Bluskowitz was killed
LONDON, Nov. 20.
The German Emperor has retired Colonel
Baron Reisswitz for not preventing the duel
between Lieutenants Hildebrandt and Blas-
kowitz. It was in this duel that Lieutenant
Blaskowitz was killed.
LONDON, Nov. 26.
WEDDING. SULLIVAN—ROLFE. (Article), The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser (NSW : 1904 - 1929), Friday 15 May 1925 page Article 2015-04-20 21:37 ' - SULLIVAN— EOLFB.
At the H.G, Church, Casino, 011 May
80, a very protty wedding took place,
the conti acting parties being Pat, sec
ond son'of Air. John Sullivan and the
late Mis.' Sullivan of Casino, and
Stella Irene, second oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. G. Bolfo, Casino, The
- WEDDING.
SULLIVAN—ROLFE.
At the R.C. Church, Casino, on May
30, a very pretty wedding took place,
the contracting parties being Pat, sec-
ond son of Mr. John Sullivan and the
late Mrs. Sullivan of Casino, and
Stella Irene, second eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. G. Rolfe, Casino. The
WEDDING.
TRADES AND LABOUR. THE COLD STORAGE TRADE. DISPUTE BETWEEN EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES. QUESTION OF OVERTIME. A STRIKE PROBABLE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 26 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-19 01:23 The propnctors concerned point out that present
conditions of trudo will not justit} tho oder of better
terms than those which they submit III«} contend
that tho frozen mutton Irado has decreased owing to
thuprevalonco of droughts At picseut tho lindo
barely pt)s, and if n high rato of wage 13 to ho en
foiccd it mil bo 111 oven a worse position It is
maintained that owing to tho fact that fio/en meat
111 stores Cannot bo e irtcd to tho ships 111 tho hot
hours of tho da} , a great deal of work has necossavtl)
to bo earned out at night lins makes considerable
I night work impemtvv 0, and proceedings must go on
at all hours as circumstances permit Txtra shifts
w ould give omploj ment to extra hands Employers
compltim that the men ob|oct to tho overtime s\ stein
proposed because it w ould utenn the receipt of less
work nt overtime rates
The proprietors concerned point out that present
conditions of trade will not justify the offer of better
terms than those which they submit. They contend
that the frozen mutton trade has decreased owing to
the prevalence of droughts. At present the trade
barely pays, and if a high rate of wage is to be en-
forced it will be in even a worse position. It is
maintained that owing to the fact that frozen meat
in stores cannot be carted to the ships in the hot
hours of the day, a great deal of work has necessarily
to be carried out at night. This makes considerable
night work imperative, and proceedings must go on
at all hours as circumstances permit. Extra shifts
would give employment to extra hands. Employers
complain that the men object to the overtime system
proposed because it would mean the receipt of less
work at overtime rates.
TRADES AND LABOUR. THE COLD STORAGE TRADE. DISPUTE BETWEEN EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES. QUESTION OF OVERTIME. A STRIKE PROBABLE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 26 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-19 01:18 in itself does not cmploj a largo number of hands,
and in tho event of a strike tho cold storago em-
ployees Va ho would go out would bo insignificant in
number But tho members of tho Cold Storago Em-
ployees' Union, which is carr} nig on the negotiations
with tho masters, claim to have the sympathy of
various other unions connected with tho trade They
assert that tho Whnrf Labourers' Union, the
Slaughtermen's Union, the Trolly, Draymen and
Carters Union, and other societies linvo promised to
give piactical support to their claims Should tins
prove eonect tho vvholo tuda would bo disorganised
it a geuoial sinke was declared
in itself does not employ a large number of hands,
and in the event of a strike the cold storage em-
ployees who would go out would be insignificant in
number. But the members of the Cold Storage Em-
ployees' Union, which is carrying on the negotiations
with the masters, claim to have the sympathy of
various other unions connected with the trade. They
assert that the Wharf Labourers' Union, the
Slaughtermen's Union, the Trolly, Draymen, and
Carters' Union, and other societies have promised to
give practical support to their claims. Should this
prove correct the whole trade would be disorganised
if a general strike was declared.
TRADES AND LABOUR. THE COLD STORAGE TRADE. DISPUTE BETWEEN EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES. QUESTION OF OVERTIME. A STRIKE PROBABLE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 26 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-19 01:15 THE COLD STOBA.GE TEA.DE.
Tho dispute w hich has existed between employ crs
and einplo} ces in tho cold storage trade readied
V cstcrday an acute stage I vv o conferences bein cen
tho contending parties have non been held, but
dcspito tho sottloment of soveral pointe the main
question, that of overtime, romamsatissue The trade
QUESTION OP OVERTIME.
THE COLD STORAGE TRADE.
The dispute which has existed between employers
and employees in the cold storage trade reached
yesterday an acute stage. Two conferences between
the contending parties have now been held, but
despite the settlement of several points the main
question, that of overtime, remains at issue. The trade
QUESTION OF OVERTIME.
THE SOUDAN. OCCUPATION OF THE BAHRELGHAZAL. LONDON, Nov. 26. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 27 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-16 00:26 In the middle ot Hie } enr a small British-Egyptian
expedition estnohshed posts in tho Bahi -ol-ghazal
pi ov ince, mid the Belgians w ithdrovv lo Koro lho
Congo Freo State claims under a lease of the Bahr
el-Uhn/al from Great BiiUin made m 1SJ1, tho con
tiol of the province, and contends that tho Stato's
withdraw al to Lado in dofeieueo to tho Trench pro-
test in 1891 does not imp ni the lease Negotiations
'on (ho question hay o now been proceeding for ovoi
12 mouths Tho cabio implies that Great Britain
bus definite]) decided not to admit tho claim of the
Congo Fice Slate
In the middle of the year a small British-Egyptian
expedition established posts in the Bahr-el-ghazal
province, and the Belgians withdrew to Kero. The
Congo Free State claims, under a lease of the Bahr-
el-Ghazal from Great Britain made in 1894, the con-
trol of the province, and contends that the State's
withdrawal to Lado in deference to the French pro-
test in 1894 does not impair the lease. Negotiations
on the question have now been proceeding for over
12 months. The cable implies that Great Britain
has definitely decided not to admit the claim of the
Congo Free State.
THE SOUDAN. OCCUPATION OF THE BAHRELGHAZAL. LONDON, Nov. 26. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 27 November 1901 page Article 2015-04-16 00:23 OCCUPATION OF THE BAHIt-EL
Litutenant-Colond AV. S Spnrkcb hab
hoisted tho British and the Egyptian flags on
tho Bahr-el-Gimtl ttrritoi}' He has induced
Ihe Soudan Government
. . GHA55AL.
LONDON, Nov. 2(3.
OCCUPATION OF THE BAHR-EL-
Litutenant-Colonel W. S. Sparkes has
hoisted the British and the Egyptian flags on
the Bahr-el-Gazal territory. He has induced
the Soudan Government.
GHAZAL.
LONDON, Nov. 26.

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