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COLERAINE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914
COLERAINE (From Our Own Correspondent.) Monday. 1 A meeting of the Racing Clab com mittee waB held on Saturday under the presidency of Mr. J. W. Tran^ mar. From a statement prepared by the secretary it was shown faat, the total receipts in connection with the recent New Year's Day meeting am ounted to £189/I/O, and the expenses to £134/0/9, leaving a BUrplus of £'55 0'9. Accounts amounting to .Ci',4 15/11 were passed for Daymeni. it was decided to ascertain tlie cost BiibstitutinK the I ore at the windmi 1 by a shaft, Mr. Mallett offej-mg to minniv plans. The death took place last night of Mrs. Osborne, relict of the late Jonas Osborne. The deceased widow was one of the earliest of Coleraine's residents, and was generally respect- ed.
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING A mating of tho committee ot the Hamilton riflo club will be held nt thj miniature jauge to night, at 8 o'clock, lo make arrangements lor (lntis for continuing musketry, ar ranging a ilstj for novice Blioot (Mr. G. Lange's) trophy, an«l making con ditions (or a cup donated by Mr. W. H. Wi&lt; llace. A board madi) foi the ub"! cf the rifle club will be hung in frr.nt of Mr. L. Carnell'a shop, on which nil notices of meetings, handi caps for matches, and available da tes for shooting at the range will be posted.
TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. Following are the draw in the var[?]ous events for the first round:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAIi TOURNAMENT. Following »re the draw in the var'ous events for the first round :— rientlermn h Single Championship. —First Hound—J. S. Spalding v. J. W. Dunnon, K. C. Cameron v. H. S. Mai'dtiliy, .1. Jolinttlonu v. I). Moflitfc, A. 15. De Nacre v. A. 8. Drew, W. K. De Hook v. P. ('.arton, S. Young v. I,. W. Anderson, J. S. Ttosri v. C". R. Campbell, \V. Brake v. W. H. Moilatt, 1,. Cliumley v. W. , S. Merlin, W. W. Hob's v. G. A. Sil V(sicr, K. M. Bond v. L. .Tenner,>A. ' II Ne.ctt v. Hex. Swvetnnm, J. Ij. R. Raker v. A. A. Collins, L. H. Rijid v. M'Honnlil, A. W. Corney v. H, Carton, M. S. lJnynea v. A. S. Iio'irr. (iciitlA npn'H l)onl»l"B Iliimlicfti). — First Hound-II. S. Payne;; and A. H. fectt v. W. (J. lk-ufM ami 1,. MnC'hMson. T. and .1. W. TloVurYBon v. 1-1. W. Wnc'x and l\. M. HyRlop,' R. Cameron and J. S. Braiding v. H. K. l'.ivpon and S. Tj. Olllcer, S. Youmr and.R. A. D. Sinclair v. Tt n ami A. Unton, T. H. Carty nnd Younc v. ti...
MILLTOWN V. CONDAH MISSION. MILLTOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
MILL/TOWN V. CONIJAH MISSION. (From Our Own Correspondent.) MtLLTOWN, Mciulay. I A criclet match was played at 'ne mission station l.c-tween Milltown and tin. Mission. Milltown lmd first use of tlie pitch, but the wickets soon began to fall, A. Bamvam lining run out for four with the score at I', with two more at 23. The tail ei.d cf the term did a little butter. A. Kill!*, who went in first, Uayed a splendid came, his being the second last wicket to fall. He made 34 by splen did I atting. J. Kin*:, jun., was the only ether man to reach doullc fig i re-, maMng 17. The innings clo s d for TG runs. -T. Arden took four wic'-fcts, Angus Alberts two, Jack King one, and Crawford onu. The Mission made a wors;- start than Milllown, It. Bannnm taking two wickets in Irs first over for no runs. The third wickct fell for three runs, and W. Carter should have 1 en cau ph t from nn cosy tlmnca behind the vyic' bts. This ). t-ofl proved a costly ono for Milltown, as the batsman settled down and pl...
COURSING. SUCCESS OF AUSTRALIAN GREYHOUNDS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
COURSING. succrns of austraijan grey hounds in england. Ths sntcess of 'Once Australia (lute firm's Delight), the first of' Oscar A-che :i team of Australian grey hounds to roinlute in England, will l e jnt.'n.sting to followers of the leash in lIvs district, v.hye so much ot the sterling trtyhouml's blcod is to be found. Although horn in i-outh Ai'str lia Once Australia is more than thrre-pnrtR Victorian hre:l, be ng by Yankee Doodle from Kn duii°hter of l'oi:nie Dundee by Fnllv Vauglian, a notid sire in this iiistrl: t. ■") an to Doodle is by lte Hi!,!ic, a litter l.rothfr to Highland Slripcs, recently located ot 'ltrang, ly th> Goldsmith—Iteil Rose dog, Aszna Fortis, from Stars and Stri Ms. D> ring this week special in terest will he centred in ths meeting at Alt ur, which is generally con sideied '.he preliminary to tha Wn ttrloo Cup. It was at this meeting that ths famous. Long Span made his delut, and wan wit.ur.rawn i fter winning the first course, boinsr then heavily b...
GREAT DEMONSTRATION IN BELFAST. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
GREAT DEMONSTRATION IN BEL FAST. LONDON. Tuesdav. The Marqiuis of Londonderry, apeak Sne at an anti-Home Rule demonstra tion in Belfast, said there was little hope of the electors beine consulted on. the Home Rule Question. They had 100,000 men drilled. If these were shot down by British sol diers the whole Empire would thrill with horror. Sir Edward Carson, in an emotio nal speech, said they accepted Mr. Joseph Chamberlain's advice to flqht it out. The demonstration concluded1 by • 3000 people sinking, " God, Our Heir in Ages Past."
CRICKET. NORTH HAMILTON V. "COLTS." [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
CRI3KET. noiu'h Hamilton v. "colts." A nmt.i'h will l:e played on the N'oith Hamilton ground on Satur day afternoon l.etween a team of ' colts" from the association clubs anil the North Hamilton eleven. Tile te:im to represent the "Colts" will lie ricked from the following : — &lt;}. Itol;non, K. Maciiitvre, A. G. Moore, A. Lawson, A. Laxon, A. J. Hock ing, J. L. Murphy, I. Hamilton, W. I Hockins, W. Buckley, Pmitliwick, F. Stephtus, f,. Young, H. Hocking, uu'l H. Porter. Any of thos= un able to play are requested to notify the mcretaiy nt once.
MILITARY ENCAMPMENT. THE LIGHT HORSE UNDER CANVAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
MILITARY ENCAMPMENT. THE Lie;HT HULtSE ITNDKU CANVAS. During the past wuek Lieutt'nunt \Voodi>wn ami the others command ing tha various troops of U sqtiad l'oii 2&lt;/th I.i -lit Horse iiegimrnt, have lieen actively engaged making pre parations for holding the annual inuMceti'y camp of the squadron. The ordinary civilian lias Very little idca of the numetuus dntits that are fcn tailed in order to carry out a camp of this kind to the high standard of efficiency lejtiired ly the dcfcnce re-, Eiil.ilion-3. In the tirsl place appro ve! for holding the camp has to he obtained. Thrn sioris1 necessai r for ns~ in camp linve to l.e f.iecinlly re quiifitioiie.i ; contracts have also to he let for the sapply of food, fire wood, carfare of baggage and water. Quarter-Master-Sergeant J. Coutts is the non-commissioned ofllcer in charge of the requirements of the cami). and it is his suecial duty to see that no wastage occurs, that all food is of the required standard, and also that the...
A PREVIOUS MISHAP. STATEMENT BY A VICTIM'S FATHER. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
A PREVIOUS MISHAP. STATEMENT BY A VICTIM'S FATHER. LONDON, Tuesday. Colonel Morrison, whoso son pe rished in thj submarine disaster in Whitsand Bay, has written a letter , 'n the pr£y3. in which he states that his son informed him that ths A7 recently sank to the bottom off Ply mouth, and that it took an' hour to get her to the surface. The Vessel watt not provided with safety appli r.nccs of the later tvpe. I Admiral Egcrton declares that the state ncnt that the A class submari nes are dangerous is unwarranted.
SEARCH AGAIN FAILS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
SEARCH AGAIN FAILS. LONDON, Monday. The search for tho submarine has strain failed. The "Evening News," purporting to give an official's view, states that owing to the depth of water it is impossible for any apparatus to raise the submarine within twenty-lour hours. If the men were asphyxiated, i it proceeds, the submarine should have risen automatically, and if the vessel became embedded in the sainl she should have had sufficient power to release herself.
A DREYFUS ECHO. DEATH OF GENERAL PICQUART. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
A DREYFU3 fcCHO. DEATH OP GENERAL PIGQUAKT. PARIS, Monday. The- death is announced of Geneial Picquart, who some years ago was prominent as a champion of the persecuted French Jew, Captain Drey fus. He fell from his hor3e, anil struck his head on the frozen ground. (When Dreyfus was cast into prison on false evidence, and when the bulk of the world's neonle believed iiim to have been righteously convicted ot treachery. General Picquart and the late Bmile Zola were amount the few who from the outset protested that he was innocent. It was chieflv due to General Fioiuart and Zoia that the Court of Cassation rc-o'ic.n ed his case and established k;s inno cence.) | . S | , ,| !
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. COFFIN SHIPS. SUBMARINE MUST BE FOUND. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
( NEUTER'S TBLKCi'RAMS. COFFIN SHIPS. SUBMARINE MUST BE FOUND. LONDON. Monday. Tlio Admiralty has ordered that Submarine A7, which was wrecked in Vhitsnnd Bay, must be found. Twelve torpedo boats, with nine drivers, are sweeping tho seabed, ten ;ii|iiare miles of whicli have been covered | since Monday. I It is feared in some quarters that , the nuicksands in Whitsnnd Bay have Hwallowed the submarine. Naval ex ] porta complain that tho tender .ic I corn pa living the submarine vas not fitted with wireless telegraph appara-.' tus, and was unable to summon lielp immediately. Thcv also complain of the absence of lifting ships similar to those used by the German and French navies.
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET BALTjARAT Tiiparfnw.'' ■' In fat cattle 201 were yarded to- , day. Competition for nrhria was keen at slightly better valuss. and for other sorts late prices ruled. Quo tations—Prime bullocks £11/10/ to £13/17/6, good £9/5/ to .£10(15/,' medium £7/5/ to £8/5/, best cowp. to £9/17/6. Averages—Mr. A. .J. Simp son, Gazette estate, 10 bullocks at £11/13/ : Mr. J. A. Troup, Tourello, 7 bullocks at £11/2/2 : Mosars. Stock Eros.. Sandford, 21 bullocks at £10 2/G : Mr. F. W. Hannali, Stockyard Hill, S bullocks at £8/18/1. Qalves.—16 penned, best selling to in/ Hlitt"—5689 penned,- ft small num ber being prims and tha balance mid dling. Quality was scarce . and In eood demand at firmer ratts ; others ^ had an easier tendency. Quotations— ' Prime crossbred wethers 19/ to 20/, ' extra quality 21/ to 23/9, good 16/G | to 18/, medium 14/i; to 15/6, prims crossbred ewes 17/C to 18/6, extra quality 21' to. 22/5, good 15/ 4j&lt;> 16/, I fccct merino wethers 15/6 to ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET MELBOURNE, Tuesday. To-day's quotations were:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. To-day's quotations were Wheat—Easier, to 3/6 per uuanel for January delivery. . Oats—Milling1, 1/10 ; feed, 1/9 per bushel. Chaff—Oaten, £3/5/9 ; wheatcn £3 12/6 per ton. Hay—Manser, £5/10/ per ton. Potatoes—£3/10/ per ton. Onion-—£8 per ton. Cheese—Fair supplies, demand im proved. .Millow matured 'Jd, new makes 5Jd, loaf 5.W1 ner lb. Butter—Good demand. . Gho'cesl' ll'id, other choice Itl-tl, medium to jrood lod per 11). Brps—Pair supplies. Reliable 9Jd, new laid 301(1.