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TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
TT TENNIS. HAMILTON LMVN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. Pi'hriL Cth ri&lt;>S. for t,lc cv,mts ' com lusinj, thi. above unirminient have "nlnini tlf0«Xl:lect,ltion of the most •mi,nine of the committee, and from «"llI)l,rfor>°f MlC StatC tCnl,iB ,pe0I)lc m 1 tb* fn ? 0,1 8'ltu,'cla>' next tl'-c following Monday and Tucs coiV-,1 ,r 2r,&lt;! tntri,:s lmve l>c-n re ceived, anil only line weather is ne ~.y to .!™ ™«ess. over Too ■ DnnH , compete in the Mixed 1 T,rfr ,„f r°n&lt;\ ilm' UlCrj ilre °vcr 30 rlonl'Mn q"'", ours th0 °hnm noiiblnp Sinslr.K for men.
TERRIER COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
terrier coursing 1 "0 last meeting of the local tcr u- corns!.,* club, prior t0 tho big TOCut:ni» 01, the 2sth inst., will be ■el&lt;l on the friendly societies' ground tii'.s afternoon, commencing at • the T:LhTor- 2 m'mv « SO m d CO tood rabbits has b«en ob ,. , and this number should pro rc>mPleVvr afternoon's pre* un'iTG'r.- SURck l,nacr us ual conditions' for "maidens" and opon coursing will be arranged for.
"SOLD INTO SLAVERY." LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
" SOU) TNTO SLAVERY." LONDON, Friday. Mr. Uonar Law, in'his spcccb ' at Bristol, said : "If the Government can mulii- a propcsal to do away with tho prospect of civil war the Opposition is ready to consider it, with a real desire to accept the pro posal, if possible without sacrifice of national inti-reals or honour. The obligation which Lho Government lias incurred to th.i Nationalists is not ireciAely a lU'nt. of honour, but it weighs lu'avily with the Govornmeht. They can he true to their a11iC3 only l.y "i.tin/ fals? to their conntry. The Unionists maintain that Parliament his a riehi to govern the people of Ulster, l-.ut not to sell them into slavery, it the government cea sed to act as a constitu tional government of free people, they were tyrants, who have lest tluir risjht to that obodience up on which all governments exist. Bri tish troops are to V.o used to. shoot loyalists in order to pay the debt of the n en who rejoiced in olir natio nal misfortunes, insultid our Sovc r...
SPEECH BY LORD HALDANE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
SPEECH BY LORD HALD A.NE-. LONDON; Friday. Speaking at Huxton last nignt Viscount Hnldnno deprecatcd discuss ing the negotiations regarding Ul ster on public platforms. He ad'ded, " I decline to despair of rai.id.niil people reaching something approach ing a common denominator. Jf Mv. Bonar Law's speech at Bristol' prove un-ncournglnt; a good deal of time remains for tin.1 people t.o talk civil war in Ulster. But they should tlvinlo of civil war extending! over the A-holc of Ireland. War is certain if the cup for which Ireland has waited' Tor yi'urs is snatched from her lips."
BRITISH FUND DISSOLVED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
BRITISH FUND DISSOLVED. LONDON. Thursday. ' The fund ostablishod by the Bri tish committee has been voluntarily dissolved, only' XU.OUO hying sub scribed, of which half was . condi tionally promised. This hns proved insufficient for a comprehensive sch eme . and the committee has alloca ted C6200 for various purposes, in cluding the salary of W. Knox, the Canadian, who was chief trainer., The conditional subscriptions - have t'ticn handed to the British Olympic council. . ■
PENSHURST. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
PENSHURST. (From Ou? Own Correspondent.) , J Friday. \ fri». n A* H"Con' accoiitant at' vonr.. ^ of, Victoria for several J ear., past, ljas received notice of Hit tranRfcrrcnce to Hamilton. He will be succeeded by Mr. A. Decker of the local branch, v.i>o hfl j been promoted from the position of ledger keeper. During his stay in Pens hurst., .Mr. Reen has' made many friends, all of whom will regret to hear of his departure. He will be greatly missed from the ranks of the Penshurst football club, which he captained last season, and also from ths ranks of the tennis and golf clubs. Tin number of the winning ticket for the pony disposed of in connec tion with the. reccnt Roman Catholic Basilar, was 1.87,. The set of harness was won by Mr. P. Burow, of Crox ton East.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
' Treatment: On retiring, soak the I i hands in hot water and Cuticura' Soap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft bandages or old loose gloves during the night. Cuticura Houn tuul Ointment aro sold throughout tho world. A liberal sample of cuuti, with JiiJ-paso booklet on tho carp aail freafincut t»f thp'sktbtaiii scalp, «cnt imst-frcc. Address it. Towut «fc Co.. Sydney, N. SJ. W.
GEELONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
GEE LONG MARKET. The Gcclcng Hide, Skin and Tal low Brokers Association report — Sl'.i-rpskins—Tils supply to-day (Wed npsuay) ccmpriscd chiefly peits and Jaml.skins. with a few lots of full wools, and the demand can ibe ()noted as -good. Crossbred pelts again hav ing tho preference, selling at about a Penny per H) "better than merinoes. Cireen skins, full wool, merino and cornelack, from 84d to 108d ; coarse crousbrctls, from 72:1 to 9&d ; spring lanilrskfns, small to medium, 30d to 42'1 ; good, 48d to 66&lt;1 ; pelts,, bare, Gd to 12&lt;1 each ; medium to large ami superior, 18d to 4 2d * lam> pelts, 12;t to 24(1 each. Dry skins, full wools, tnoriiio and cometack, ,7d to 8|(1 ; erossbreds, GJd to 7}d; spring lambskins, 7d to 7£d ; burry, 6}d, tc> Gi/il ; pelts, bare, 3$d ,to 4d ; merino •1 j-.l to erossbreds, 5d to 5'id wepvily, ticail ami inferior, 3d to 3&lt;J(1. Hides.—The tendency wrr for lower| prices, the condition not being as good as I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
rV I f?£>, KjA ^>1 1 PLEASE, ra/KK HflBlfflOfW, F.R.V.M. j AltCHITECr & UCENSliDSTJKYEYOE Offices s T&wn ban, iiamHtc*. FRANft HAMMOND, F.R.V.I.A., ARCHITECT. HAMILTON, "S NVITES Tenders until Friday, the X 30th January, 1J14, lor ImiH'.iii" a Brick ami Wood Cottage in Stone street. Tinders far lirewood. TUB Byaduk Dairy Company in vites '.renders for the supply of 150 tons Firewood. Speciuv.auous may be seen at the Factory. Tenders close at noon on Saturday, February 7th. F. W. BRAND. Sccrelarv Byad.iK Dairy Co. Department of Public Works. Melbourne, Sth January, 111-1. TENDERS will be received until Twelve, o'ciock on Thursday, the '29th January, 1914, for WaUace dale North School, No. 3332, nev re sidence, fencing, etc. Deposit, £5. Security, £5 per cent. Particulars and conditions may be learnt at this Office, and at the Police Station, Hamilton, and Inspector of- Works, Hamilton. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. F. HAGELTHORN, Commissione...
BOHEMIANS V. LA MASCOTTE. L. M. M PHERSON 112 NOT OUT. E. DAVEY 104. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
110HBMtANS V. LA MASCOTTK. ' I- iM. M I'flERSON 112 NOT Olfr. R. I>A\Kf 104. TIki aho.e teams concluded Vjeir eng!i„e.oeiit on the low^r oval an Sn t. t\ay i.fternoon. La Mascottc, wi.h four wioivt V,; clown tor 10/ runs, iL-oi.inril tlieir innings shortly afier 2.30. Kennedy (40) and Dftvty' oj encti to ihu howling of M'Pherson and L'li.nch. IukIi batsmen started confidently, and the score ,was taicf.n to 1.1 Ik fore a ttfparatlon was u .felted. Kennedy at this stage wa.i i eatly caught by Drew. oH Rippon when hu had added another 2/ run;i to his score. The next two wlcketj Ml without, any material increaso in thj store,, tint when B. Cameron lie cmne asrftciatod w.ith llavey an ex cellent titand result d. Davey con tinued to score frc ly. anil had reac hed '..lie century before the partner fhpwis se/erid. Ircludul in Da viv s score cf 101 there were j5 I Oiindary stro' en, anil his innings was a very crcd table display, his Olf stro' es past cover being pflrticularly fine. Came...
CRICKET. PENNANT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
CRI3KET. PENNANT COMPETITION. I An excellent afternoon's cricket re - suited on Saturday afternoon, when J the third round of mntchcs in con nection with the local pennant com petition was concluded. Rxcellent wickets had been prepared mi both (•rounds, ami ulorious weather pre vailed, The results of the two mat ches have tended to " even up" the four teams, and the competition is now at a most interesting sta^e. Kv (ry team has won at least one out cf three mntch:s, and every teaan has been onco dcleated. The Bohemians, | who suffered defeat at the hands of j IjR Mascotta team on Saturday, still I romain at the top ol the tree, but j only one point now separates them j from the Capulets, who succeeded in d^fjating the Dandies on Saturday t\y a fairly substantial majority. Tna following table shows the exact posi tions of the four-clubs to date :— 5 A. * CO m rt r? Sag e 5 c -o .3 £ « u o *3 to B >)iomian3 .. 3 I I !) Oapuletb 8 0 2 1 8 Daudiaa . 0 •> liik uijtscotto* ..a u 1 ...
MILITARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
! Mlt-XTABY NOTES. Sereeabt-MaJijr'O. "Bailey, of th iristnicti'onal' stafi; who has been Wansfefjed .io .Hamilton, arrived hero o-> Saturday- ..This N.C.O. is attach ed "to the 'ltocal;«d«&lt;wlrc» of Light ttorse. and will act' as instructor to that corps. Sergeant-Major Bailey, who has 'been on the instructional staff for' sbine Tour years, has pre viously been stationed at Warrnam t>6ol and Melbourne. and recruited for the instructional staff with and passed through the same military fohool as Scrgcant-Major Lucas.
RACECOURSE ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
HAOKC'OURSE ACCIPJ5NTS. " ' There were thrfo falls at the Wart nmnbool races on Saturday. Kuro ] and Kyluna cahie' doffi. | db Race, and TfftJ)ectivcriders, K. Cray and J. suatpin^d painful injuries. "6ri\r' htvu M&,' col larbone brokeni 'artd 'Hufttleif h'ad the misfortune to "Hreak 'ft 'rU1 ■ In the Steeplechase Pa:M(' came! flown, w. J. Burris. liief ::rfdpr, filing , thrown lieaviiy. Fortiiiidtely, However, he Bhstained no injury beyond a severe shaking* . ■