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THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900

most effective weapons, for the curl or work was j ust sufficient to beat the bat. Like a good many other men, who think that what is really their weakest point is their strongest, he was very proud of a ball which broke considerably from the off. It is true that "once in a blue
March 29, 1900 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
Mr. J. F. Byrne (Warwickshire). Dr. A. Conan Doyle (for hospital work). Mr. R. P. Lewis, the old Oxford and

Mr. J. F. Byrne (Warwickshire). Dr. A. Conan Doyle (for hospital work). Mr. R. P. Lewis, the old Oxford and

Winchester wicket-keeper (City's Own). Mr. R.W. Fox (Oxford and Sussex), Dragoons. General N. G. Lytlelton (commanding in the North of Natal). Captain W. C. Hedley (17th Field Co. R.E.) Mr. G. Kemp, M.P. (the old Cambridge and Lancashire amateur). Mr. G. Hornby, son of Mr. A. N.
March 29, 1900 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
THE WEST INDIAN TEAM FOR ENGLAND.

THE WEST INDIAN TEAM FOR ENGLAND.

It would appear that Barbados is to supply five players for the West Indian team, Trinidad three, Demerara three, Grenada, Jamaica, and St. Vincent each one. Of the four &serves Jamaica can claim two, Demerara and Barbados each one. Dissatisfaction is felt in Jamaica with the fa
March 29, 1900 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
In the Artillery-Ground, Wednesday, Augubt 61h, 1746. Log Robin's Stde. S. Ditiyette's Side. Long Robin S. Dingate John Bryan v.

In the Artillery-Ground, Wednesday, Augubt 61h, 1746. Log Robin's Stde. S. Ditiyette's Side. Long Robin S. Dingate John Bryan v.

V. Romney Jos. Harris R. Newland Long Robin, Biyan and Harris challenged any three in England, and Dingate, Romney and R. Newland were chosen to meet them. The above six players were esteemed the best in England. Hundreds of pounds were lost and won over the game. The wickets we
March 29, 1900 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT CITY DEPOT F( Cricket Requisites.

THE GREAT CITY DEPOT F( Cricket Requisites.

March 29, 1900 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
I M PORT ANT NOTICE. The Weekly Series of Cricket will recommence THURSDAY, APRIL 12TH, AND CONTINUE TILL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER

I M PORT ANT NOTICE. The Weekly Series of Cricket will recommence THURSDAY, APRIL 12TH, AND CONTINUE TILL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER

20TH, IN CUT SI YE. "CRICKET" is the only paper in the world solely devoted to the game. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : —6/ - per annum. Slimmer Numbers only, 5/-; 7/- post free abroad. Payable in advance. All communications to be sent direct to the Offices of Cricket, 168, Upper Thame
March 29, 1900 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
CRICKET : A WEEKLY RECORD OF THE GAME.

CRICKET : A WEEKLY RECORD OF THE GAME.

116 get his blue while up at the 'Varsity, took five for 26 ; and Peake had six for 39 in the match. The prerc'er club had its revenge in the return, winning by an innings and 3 runs. Flowers did a fine all-round performance, being top scorer in the match with 52 and taking ten
May 12, 1898 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
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May 12, 1898 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
JUNE. 4. Dover College, v. Seaforth Highlanders 8. Fort Burgoyne, v. Royal Artillery 11. Dover College, v. St. Augustine's College

JUNE. 4. Dover College, v. Seaforth Highlanders 8. Fort Burgoyne, v. Royal Artillery 11. Dover College, v. St. Augustine's College

is. Dover College, v. Sutton Valence School 18. Canterbury, v. St Edmund's School 18. Dover College, v. St. Edmund's School° 22. Dover College, v. King's School 22. Canterbury. v. King's School* 24. Dover College, v. Old Dovorians+ 28. Dover College, v. J. P. Hedley's Elevent
May 12, 1898 - Cricket - London, London, England
 
THE death is announc

THE death is announc

Tnz death is announced, in his sixtyninth year, of Lieut. General George Neeld Boldero, formerly of the Royal Scots Fusiliers, who served in the Crimean War, at Alma, Inkerman (where he was severely wounded), and at the siege of Sebastopol, receiving the medal with three clasps,
May 12, 1898 - Cricket - London, London, England