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AQUATICS EVENTS TO COME. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

EVENTS TO COME. ...- ; JANUtARY. Upper Yarra regatta ..... * Albert-Park Lake regatta .. .. . ** ** ** Ilandl.ienp Sculling Race .. ... .. ** ** * 31

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TASMANIAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

S TASMANIAN NOTES.. IFRoe-. OUR CORRESPONDENT-;] Small fruit picking is in Lull swing& in the southlern portion of the State, ahd, generally speaking, the y-ields are satisfac tory. On .Ohristmas day a large 'quantity: ivas' destroyed on the peninsula throigh a hail storm, 'which was the ' heaviest that has occurred for many years past. Very moderate prices prPyvail for cherries at ?ew Norfolk, making this season's pro duction un.profitable. One grower picked two .trees last week, the cost being 12/ The other expense was:-Six cases, 3/3; freight, 'Od.; commission, 1/; and eartage;, !/, Thelvweight' from the 'two trees reached 220.tb:, which sold at Id. per .lb., arn left. a profi~t of 4d. Splendid progress is being made by the Van Dieman's Land Company wvih the large orlhard it proposes formingy about four miles west of Stanley. When com pleted it will be the largest in the Commonwealtlh, for tlie airea will reach 1003 acres. Most of the 'ground has been systematically clear...

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PROGRESS OF AVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

. PROGRES OF An.LLTIO'. An interesting e.stilnate, elihcing the extraor (dinary adlvances a.chie, in the domaiu.n of aviation during t'he fiv e years pridr 'to 1913 h'ls been made by 8I. Roger de Paguiat, 'who gives ~the following table of progress in the conquest of the air, and the numbn e of fatsrlities hich lhave attended it: SN'o. of . MiitRi Year. * Aviators. Flown. Deatihs. 3908 ...... 5 .. 1,000. 1. 100 - . .. .. 50. ?7,500 .. - 1910 .... .. 500. 600 00.000 .. 23 1911 .. .... 4,500 .. 2,312,000 . 78 •1912 . ....... -5800.. I1,"00,000 .. 140

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

YAONTIN?, nY JIll. - third defender ior the America Cup has beuen ordered to compete in thie elimination races, by a syndicate of yalchtsmen who are mlembers of the NMw- York Yacht Club, representing New York, Philadelphia ani Boston, and will be built .(says the "'Times'") from designs by Mr. George Owen Tilhe contralct was signed by Mr. E. Walter Clarke, ,t Phildclphia, and the builders are the Batll Iron 1Works, aicne. T'he twelve-mile open race of the IIobson's Bay Yacht Club held ou Saturday, three timnes round the outer club course, attracted a large entry; but Valkyrie, Erice, Yaruna and White Wings did cot appear. All starters got away well together, ncmely, Siren (seCr.), Thera (5 miin.), Valhalla (7 min.), Paringa (I1 miiin.), Uira. S.J.S., lHelen (12 anin.), Joker, Native (1.r min.), Itip (19 mic.), Vanircy, Mystery (20 ccciii.), Namioi, Idler (22 nin.), Whiaharua (23 minl.). (Genesta, Ilipple (27 mip.), .luanita (2) miin.), Latona (3 mic.), 1ayie", $pray. (14 rain.), Eli...

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ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

ROWING NOTES. BY 1OTRnIGGER. Aihyoni takiig : stroll along the river bank last Saturd.y afternoon or Sunday morning must have been surpri.-le at lhe number of. scullers aftlot. Interest in the handicap is increasing daily, and ever sculler who can secure a boat is training for the event. The communittee has de. eided to have a handicap race on the same after noonu for open sculling boats, as a number of row ing men have expressed -a desire for a race of. this class. The handicapper will have rather a diffi cult ta;k in the open boat class, because the majority of the competitors will bc unknown quantities. The iciampion, Len. IDavis, is sculling in excptionallv good form, aid had no difficulty in getting away from C. ron]:al and E. Kenny last Sunday. Both the latter are getting good pace in short pieces, but they are too short ol cornlition to maintain the pace for long. .ack Cooper, of Mercantile, is also a competitor in the handicap, and is training for the sculling races at trhe ...

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V.A.S.A. TEST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

V.A.S.A. TEST RACES. Test races were held at St. Kilda.baths on Sat urday to determine who should complete the team to represent Victoria in the inter-State competi tions in Sydney and Brisbane at the end of the month. There was a large attcndance. The races, which were started by Mr. H. Snape,. secretary to the Melbourne Swimming Club, and judged by Messrs. F. L. Crane and W. H. Browne, of the same organisation, were keenly contestetd. A 100 yards free style race took place between T. 1V. Mason and I. Stedman, both first class swinm mers, of the Melbourne club, and Mason won by a touch, the contestants being abreast all tie way until the last stroke. The water being rough, 02 3-5th seconds was good time. In a 100 yards breast stroke match, Finney (Melbourne) beat Colin Stedman (Bl~rghton) by a couple of yards in the quick time of 1 snin. 19 eec. The only other competitor was A. Salter (Helbourie). Three men neced in a ItO yards contest, including T. W. Mason, who did* not expect to...

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SWIMMING. CONTESTS AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SWIMMINC. CONTESTS AT FAIRFIELD. The Fairfield: Swi~iming Club held a series of. matches with the Y.M.C.A., at the fonrmer's site on the TYarra*on Saturday, the locals winnling by 13 points to 5. Results:-Breast Stroke, 50 yards: Field (Fairfield), 1; W. Rasmussen and S. IHams (Fairfleld), dead heat, 2. 50 Yards Race: J. Porta (Fairfield), 1; C. Browne (Y.M.C.A.), 2; A. Gittini (Fairfield), 3. 200 Yards: C.. Browne (Y.M..A.), 1; R. Iloffmamn (Fairfield), 2; W. Rasmussen (Fairfield), 3. An exhibition of dir ing was given by MI. Grifilths, of the Y.M.O.A.

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KEnnEL ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Killing Foxes.-L;,,. KinypaniOl.-Dccrhounds or Boi.6is, if you want a pilre breed; but the crosses of ti'e two breeds named are good. The cross bet.wedi the Greyhound and the Airedale or Irish *Terrier'is used in some districts.

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KENNEL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

KEMEL NOTES. BY HOrIBPUR. SThe hon. secretary. of .the Victorian Fox and Irizah Terrier Olub advises that the ordinary monthly:-meeting of members ivas held at Rubiria's Cafe on Wcdnesday,.' 7tht inst., and was largely "attendcd. The well known Fox Terrier bitch Gr. Ch. Seddon Phyllis, recently purchased by •Mr.. Frost,, was submitted: :for judg ment. M:?ir. J. W. Hargraves and Mr. A. Davey closely examined and fully criticised the dog for .the benefit of the manembers present. It is understood that Phyllis' will be sent to Sydney on a viit to one of the leadling chamlpions. Mr. Hargraves has announced his intention of revisting England shortly, and whilst there it is stated will .negoti'ate for new blood on behalf of several local fanciers. No fewer than 105 entries have been received for the parade to be held at Brander's Ferry, Alex andra-avenue, on Monday, 26th inst. (A.N.A. day). Seventy-live Terriers will be paraded, and include repiresentatives from -Sy-dney alnd Adelaide, as...

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BURNLEY EGG LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

.BURNLEY EQG LAYING COMPETZ.. STION. The following is the result of the third* aE g laying competition at Huriley: for week ended 9th January : Owner* Week, Previous Total t Total. date. J. H. Gill .. .... 34, .. 1,223 .. 1,257 J. . . Spotswood .... 31 .. 1,136 .. 1,167 C. J. Beatty...... 25 .. 1,130 . 1,165 B. HI. Bridge ....... 83 . 1,117 .. -1.150 Thirkell and Smith .. 31 .. 1,116 .. 1.147. Moritz Bros. *.. ., 34 .. 1,109 .. 1,113 W . . Swift ...... 32 .. 1,090 , 1,122 T. A. Pettigrove.. .. 4 . ,. 1,094 1,11S II. P'Kenzie .. 33 .. 1,060 1,113 E. A. Lawson . .... 25 . 1,081 .. 1,10 C. -B. Bertlesmeier ..31 , 1,056 1,090 A. HI Mould .... 33 .. 1,052 .. 1,085. G . Robins : .. 81 .. 1,051 .. 1,082 A. Ross .. . .... 29 1,052 .. 1,061 J. E. Bradley... .. 2 1018 1,076 George Edwards .. ; 32,., 1,085 ,, 1.067 W. Featherstone .. .. 1 1,029 1,060 J.no. Campbell,, ;. 22 . 1,036 , 1,05S It. W. Pope ... ,'.. G . 1,021. 1,057 M. II. Noye ... 31 1.. ,018 .. 1,019 H. lanrdbury 30 .. 101 ., 1.042...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

%fh1, ,ASE;-..i., Poul. .-'lld , .. .io -: f I, • ?:V .''?oifltrs' ?_pe'rB~' (Illhkt?at~ti); ' I1? 'pootad. Salvlritis Propy. Ltd. :I 'Queen-atreet." AGENT ; Phon-Hawv. ?B.. "': A OGENT FOR GORDONil SYSTEM... E. K. GREEN, "ROSLYN". EGG FARM, Lettes to . MENTONE. " e::iriters to ."17 TOORON A-ROAD, AUBURN.. , SYou are assured 01 the "Squarest of. Square Deals." OS.-Wih~ifte Legiorne, Pope or Walsh's world's .rO. ~ records, Padman's 284 strain; 5/i stock .:heap: '. Hobson, Charles-street, Northcote South.: EESTERI WIOK POULT{VRY YARDS " .LEGHORNS, ROOKS and WYANDOT :. . E:::. GGS and BIRDS, at all prices.. : cbsanlpion Egg Laying Strains anta Show Prize Winners. . SSpciouso Yards, designed by Govornment Expert , H?EWXITT and Co., "Hawthorn-road, Oaulfield; -: R. Station, Elsternwick. Phone, 741 Mal. 1.:,IONA "Poulitry Farm for. reliable Stock, I.R. . Duclk, Buff, Black Orpingtons, S. Wyan, 'dotfe, W. Leghorns. Kerr, Claytpn. :aORDON SYSTE OF In this progressive age it becomes' imperat...

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RACES TO COME. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

RACES TO COME. 1.": ." " " JAN u.. RY... Storia nAmateur Turf Club. (Sat.)... .... .'. It, Wiarrnumbool Iacing. Cub (Sat.) .. ..... .; 1 'Warwic-k lFarm Jla-in Club (Sat.) .. ;... .. 17 ,itrov Racing" C'ub (1on.) 9.. . .. , ..19 S.JJ. (. Ainrivc'rary Meeting (Sat.) ..... ./.. 24 iWalla Raving Club (Wed.) . . 21 ,hill IRace Club (Wed.) . . .,..1 Outtrimu Race (lub (Wed.) ...............21 Rochster Joctkey Cluh (Wd.) ...... .. 21 (Occlong liacing Club (Fri.).... ........ 23 -elouig iaving Club (Iat.) .. ..... . .. .. 2t YnarrawonSga 'Turf Club (bt.)............ 21 williamstowwn :ir:an g Club (Mon.) ...... .. 26 'iupJllrd(owil Turf Club (Mon.) ....... .. 26 J)iapur [facing Club, (Mor.) .... .. ...... 2. Wirniermere A.N.A. Sports Jlanrces (Mon.) .. .. 20 3lerbtin Turf Club (Monr.).............. 20 Eur'oa kaiingl Club (Mon.) ........ .. 26 Mforwell T'urf Club (Mon.) ............ 26 A.J.C'. .Anniversary meeting (MIon.) ........ 23 iJoulkie Race Club (Wed;l:) ............ Ianounburra and D...

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DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. Thie Associatcd Agents (Mr. V. I. Wilson, Messrs. Theo. B13. Little and Co., Adarmorn,Strettle ,1and Co. l'ty. Ltd., lessrs. J. K. Jennings and M'Innes, IMessYS; M'Phlail Bros. and Co.) conjoitly report. (16th Janlar3):--l1130 yarded. Milkers were in 0rood rerur.st throughout at, fully late rates; best, from £10 to £12; extra, at £13 15/; good do., from £7i 10/ to £08 10/; medium, from £5 15/ to £6 10/; others, from £L4. Several choice forward springers met with keen coml:etition at prices ranging from £7 15/ to £9 15/, For middling and useful forward rspriungers bildingsr wercre without animation, backlward rorts ruling e:Lasier for this division; ipices ranuged from £4 15/ to £0CG 10/; backoard sorts,' mostly Icifer., from .£3 15/.to £4 10/." The -tralle demand was not so keen, and prices ruled casier. Bullocks sold from £6 to $7 10/; prime fat cows, from £6 15/ to £i; '.! *.!crc'onr- eaaieflont~tni~ Ya~nog o~tiJo woro fRirly .h~r'tnscnttd. 'Ehero wasn an abao...

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THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THE PIG MARKET. Wlcdni.?say nod Tu'lrl:ilny, Itlh and 15itl n.nury. rite geocro;l tolle of tlhe lttirht t n nctlv'e. ai dtciedly fit.r erll. About 2200{ 1crl Nolnedl. Stores: A coulple of .tlntlltrv feodlrs se? ed lltlllout 00 (ll(C gro\\n, lmt tlel'lh. coJditioulned mul Ihalf f;it light !ol1r Cer, loqlscutlllt Jy lrices foLp Slch shltIW :1 nll :tIt'l i1m III\'Crlo.et on fortlul " rtes. trotl t.rm, puircnl?('(t otverrl n ,i n u:slllott 1 Ihl? 11112 weighty p 'i12 ltor "top' pillg." bl:iP. and m:ckers were excettionralY .Cartr. I'olkers: ' 1(sup siply 02l.9 w: itinl IreT'lilCltiCI2Ls'. anlllt with hemn ,onlpetition t! ie.; had:c;ed to ;d\,l*25:tt 20 CS. 1tconiet: There wns a 5 2',l'.iit at,(ive? tt tO/u '('Ut of .th l tow and tutun'lt2 liltyt) ltid'tmgs Yettt iedll Sh),ing O l Illfrtllhr i'nmardn Iitdenca. PitI irlnt (1/ t .'/; eitta, to $0j few fat n( rs's p-'a, hit,'21r: Luinle, mneduirt int.d light, c'2/ to Qi,; intlIllodtclte. weighty,8 rom 52 3/. I1,:lt2.rf:t l crL: The ttxantd ...

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WORLD'S WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

0111 O '1 WELTE11WEIG II T OIIASIIPIONSHIIP. Tlie, fin l cointcst for the world's *welezr''eight chalnpionshiip is to be decided in Melbourne. It w'ill be ibetwool Woademar Hlolberg anid Toni M ui oridck. It will. be by far (tlc0ioot iwporitant Iii itch thit li:s hoIin dceided iin' Melbourne fez' yhirs, and the fur-ieaching isare att:ichinrg to is lifts it rigt C out of the ordinarv run of rile: eintfi. H~oliherg .mul no Cornick aettle beyond dispute the zzunitioa of* Ihe world'a cluampioz:ehip at the qStaddciu on Satuirdity, ~tth Janzuiry.

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YORKSHIRE AND SILKY TERRIERS. POINTS OF THE BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

YORKSHIRE AND SILKY TERRIERS,. POINTS OF THE BREEDS. Some confusion has been brought about by fanciers crossing Australian Terriers wit3h pure Yorkshires, and showing the progeny as pure Yorkshircs. An iratec fancier writes to us tlhis week inviting the premier club.to talke dirastic stepps to prevent these erossbreds going forth as pure breds. As far as I can see, it seems imp6ssible for the club to take action, for' breeders as free to do as.they pilease - .,-------- -.-,' as long aas they do not sell ,these crose breds as pure irn pedigiee.. Besides, th ciross makes a .very pretty and usiLful do; inl the house. I have seen a good man: of them, and put them down ad abou -t'he smartest house clogs we have. On correspondent *vishes "The Leader" t publish the points,; so' that there shoull be.po mistaking the cross frot. the pur br ds. . "" .. . The standard of the Silky.Terrier, whijld is closely allied. to. the Yorkshire, read th us: General Appearance of Do.--Rather. lowset colipa...

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COUNTRY HORSE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

COUNTRY HIORSE SALES. . M?IOOR CI 'NA.--,. 3I. Perk and Sons Pty. Ltd. relbort l:bring held thir filrst fortlightly hoe salle rf the year in t!heir yards, .M:l:roopna, ol 10th ,Ju.llary, shlrl to a fair attendance ot f'narmers a yardiing ef 25 horses (ame to hand, together with a penl of cattle. Th'J'e dmcn:td was fair aIt equal iates to Ipreceding mlllOrtarc, alll] a5 modrlialte hly're b;lsiness is rpcloltcd, having sold 11 horses and tot:l cattle at s;'tl:al r~ttc. Draught geldings, 7 yea:rs, to £2? 10/; lraughit (:lnes, 7 ?ents, flIir qua]lty, to, £22: slning cart sorts, £12; I)ois, £8 15/; bu?:gy sol·s; £?i 5/ to £11; ulseful so tt, £3 5/ to £9; nuillh co?:. £4; 7/4 to £4 17/6; fat casws, £3 9/.

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SPORT PASTIMES ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

. L-~~;----- L-·3--~- ..~ - . - ... ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. T1E TUrRF. B.G.R., Macedon.-1. Smunrise was by lRobinsoni Criisoe from Sunshine by` Maribyrnong; from Night Light? (imp.) by Archy. 2. le was bred in 1i50 by Mr. Etienne do 'Mctre, in New South \Vales. 3. There is no record of his havin" raced. 4. lie died in New South W ya.is in November, 1905. aged 25' years. D T., Port Fairy.--The world's record for one mile is 1.33- -Sth, by C aiman, carrying 9.3, at Lingfield, Eingla~id, on 13th July, 1000. The go ing was hard. A.M., St. Kilda.--Both the names you suggest :areC very approprieae for the colt, but if you ask whether i'e have ever heard a more aorouriat~e sI:nre, comrbining the nanes E of tlhe sire and tihe Idau, tic Inu't -ay is. For example, Mr. J. VWh'Ii namne d ,s .,ld hI Fortunaths--Diidenlce I r.iunes Differ. Puz.zledl, Ilorslam.--I yon hail 251 on at 5 to 4 against you should receive £2 10!3,. inclusive f e:our stake of 25/. I.'.F.3., Geelong .-Embracer is an im...

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METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET. Messrs. W. leynold si andt Son report prices for w'eek endedl 14th January.-B13eef.-Primle bodies, 22/ to 23/ per 100 lb.; imedium, 20/ to 21/. Prime fore quarters, 17/ to 18/; medium, 15/ to 16,. Prime hind quarters, 28/ to 30/; mediunl,' 25/ to 2li/. Shlcep.--Prime, 3:d. to 3'd. per lb.; medium, 3d. to 3 d. Lamb.--Prime, 13/ to 135/ each; medium, 10[ to 12/0. Veal.-Prime large veColers,' 2. to 3d. per lb.; medium, 2d. to 2Ad. Prime small vealers, 2'ld. to P3d.; medium, 2Wd. to 2}d. Small calves, 5.d. to 'd. Pork.--Prime small porkers, 7id. to ?d. per lb.; medium, Gd. to 6.d. Prime large pigs (from 80 to 100 ib.), G6d. to GOd.; mediur,, 5d. to 5d . Baconr pigs, 4?d. to 5d. Large pigs for chopping, l1d. to 11d. Inferior lines at lower rates. Mess'c. Stone and Co. (Iregd.), (Robert Sehulte, oropritoo),e Mc.tropa,litan Me:t Market, have to re port h?avim .ld forweek ended 13th ;Ianuary: IBeed: Prime bodies, 28/ to 21/ per 100 lb.; medium bodieT, 20/ and 21/ p...

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THE HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THE HAY MARKET. Mfea~s. J. ItanRieC and Co. report:Mflay: Suopptt are moderate, with good imjnicy for chaffing sorta. Chal.f: Daelivcerice were light, at begnniing of week, but have since itcrr-aaed, and the markct is tecadier. Straw has good inquiiy at state rates. Wo old 1(ay: Mangcr, *£3 10/ to £3 Ii/: feed eheave,', £3 to £3 5/; ehatnllhi do., .2 to £2 5/. ChatS: Prime green whecaten, £:t 7/6; prime oaten, £3 5/ to £3 7/I;; good, £3 to £3t i0; medium, from £2 310'. Straw: Victorian, £ 12//jG to £2; T'Iamanian, £2 37/6 to £3 2,0. Mlessrs. Butter and Moss. rcl tri:-Jlay ban been hghtly oopplicd. ,tith smaal demand, except for good chatling sort,. Straw of good (ntality is im de Inand. Chalt came foroord moore ficei::, wiLh inquiry for hest cjmalitiee. We eald-OMl manger hay, £i to *£3 10/; new do., sheavec. £2 15/ to £3 3/;- ehialihng do., £1 17/6 to £2 5/: Victorin s:raw, £1 15/ to £2 2,6; Tasmanian, £2 17/0 to £3 2/6.

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