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SPORTING NOTES. RACING. GEELONG RACES. HANDICAP WON BY BLACK PAN. GEELONG, Friday. Following are the results of the above races, held to-day:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES, RACING. CiBELONG TiACIfli?. handicap won ny ui,ack pan' (Wire From Our Correspondent.) GEKLiONt;, Kriclny. j Kollo.vin^ aro llio. results of thu | .•iriovo' rnccs. held to-rtiiv !— ' Trial HamUclii).—Metric, 1 : B0u thal'Machrcc, 2; Rokj Knr, ,i. Win ner, 10 to 1. .Jumpers' Flat Tlnce — Coronatus,, 1 ; The Majestic Nut, 2 ; Whitewater, a. Winner, (i to I. New Year Stains.—Kilspindic, 1 ; Hedonist, 2 ; Hildas, 3. Winner, 't to i on. Geolong Handicap—Black pan, 1 • Uobinditi, 2 ; Soeolra, 3. Winner, 4 to 1. Connawarrc Plate.—Georgette, 1 ; Charlatan, 2 ; Precious, 3. Winner, 8 to i. Connswarre Purse.—Active Lad, 1; rltham. 2 ; Diomsd, 3. Winner, 0 to 1. .
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. ,(By Special Wire.) MKLnOURNE, Friday. Messrs. .loliu M'Wlmn and (Jo., stcc'x and shnra brokers, " Collins House," Collins-street, Melbourne, '&lt; report as follows I Melbourne Trams.—'Buyers, 4-1/ ; sellers, 44/1?, ; ;'nlcs, 44/V.\. I Amalgamated Zinc.—Buyers, 28/G ; I sellers, 2!)/ : snips, 28/G. North Broken.—Buyers, 53/9 : sel lers, 54/;l&lt;i. ,• • iloimpdcn.—'Buyeva, 31/3 ; sellers,. 31/7i : sales, 31/G. Mount Cutlibert.—Buyers, 13/9 ; sellers, 14/3. CrithCftrt.—Seller, 3/7 ; sales, 3/G, 0/4. , Oatlicart Central.—Buyers, 34/9 ; sellers, 35/ ; sales, 34/9. Langi Ijopan.—-Buyers, 3f>/10; nai lers, 30/ : sales. 3G/1}. Lonei Looan North.—Buyers, 5/3 •] sellers, 5/5 ;• sales, 5/3. 1 Langl Lokru South.—Buyers, 18/ Boilers, 18/G. Philippines.—Buyers, 33/G ; sellers, 35/w _ • I
CRICKET. "COLTS" V. NORTH HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
CRICKET. ".COLTS" V. NORTH HAMILTON. I 'A: match will to played on the North Hamilton ground this after noon- between a team of association "colts" and the North Hamilton fieven. Plav will commencc at 2.30 o'clock sharp, and players arc vcqjn. ted to lc on the eround at the speci fied time. A cab will leave tlic Vic toria.hotel corner at 2 o'clock, a"d any players desirous of reaching the around by' this means are requested to he ready at that hour. Tbo fol lowirie: eleven has been finally select cd"to represent the colts :—A. G. Moore, W. Hocking, V. Buctelcy, ,T Stransr^yard, H. Macintyre, W. Buck ley, Smtthwick, A. J. Hocking, At dy. A. Laxon, A. I.awsoru North Hamilton will be chosen from E. Mulley, Dempster, Cor nish, Reen, Uohergang, Mating, Pit man (2), Dark, J. Ebsworthy, Cull (2), Hinchliffe, Hutchens, Callander. The team to represent North Hamil ton apainst the Capulets on Monday will also be chosen from tho above players.
TELANGATUK EAST V. NARRABIEL. TELANGATUK EAST, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
TELANGATUK BAST V. NARRA BIEL. TTOT.ANRATUK EAST. Monday. The Narrabiel cricketers visited Tolarigatuk East on Saturday, and Played a match.1 aeainst the locals, beating them by 13 runs. Following are the scores :— Narrabiel.—L. M'Donald. b Durack. 6 ; B. Holmes, >b Durack, 10 •. W. Hol roes, bBloomfield, 0;. W. Wilson, b Campbell, 26 : W. Cozens, b Durack, 0 • Fletcher, c Rig-by, b Campbell, 0 ; F. Hutchinson, l.b.w., b Com tell, 8 ; !D.' F«atherby, c Campbell, b Durack, 7 : C. Holmes, b Durack, 3 • —. Ballinger, b Durack, 0 ; J . Gill, hot out 3 • sundries, •) : total. 67. Telangatuk East.—P. Ei^by, c Holmes, b Featherb.v, 8 A. Camp bell, b'W. Holmes, »: J. Bloomtield ■b B. Holmes, 7 j John Scholfield, b B. Holmes, 2 : B. Jackman, run out, 0 : OR. Johnson, b B. Holmes, 210. Durack, b B. Holmes, 10 ■ 'John Higby, b Holmes, 1 ; Jas. Scholfield, c Holmes, b Holmes, 2 : V. Bees, c M'Donald, b Holmes, 0 ; J. M'Henry, not out, 0 ; sundries, 4 : total. 54. At the conclusion of the mat...
ATHLETICS BRANXHOLME CARNIVAL AND SPORTS. BRANXHOLME, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
ATHLETICS BKANXHOLME CARNIVAL AND SPORTS. ' ' RRANXHOLMB. Friday. The committee or the above carni val -"have been very busy in prepar ing! for the carnival to be held on Monday next. Januarv 26th (Founda tion-(Day). The ground is an ideal recreation ground, beautifully situat ed on tho Arrandoovong creek. It has teen recently fenced in, and at the rate the enterprising citizens cf the town are* eiving, it will compare favourably with any ground o' like size in the State. A bridge for bug gies has 'been erected bv members •the committee, and will be used sole ly for exhibitors of ring events. Mr. E. -Price (president), Mr. G. K. E. 'Allen (secretary), Mr. M. Atkinson (treasurer), and Messrs. J. Bourke, B. Andrews, C. Dahlitz, Geo. Grey, H. Patterson, A. M'Farlnne, and others are worthy of special mention in connection with the erection of the bridge. The sparrow match is post entry. No less than 300 birds have been ordered, and most of the dis trict gun clubs are competing. Horse ev...
TERRIER COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
TERRIER COURSING Tho Foundaton Day meetinc of the i Hamilton Terrier Coursinp Olul) will 1)R hold at the friendly societies' Park cn Moniduv next, commencing ut IL...0 o'clock. Full details arc advertised. i Eu'.rici, arc coming iu freely, a goo&lt;l Mippljr of is assured, nnd it is cxpected t.lmt u successful day's sport will eventuate. Luncheon will be nvnilnblc on tlio ground.
RELEASE OF STRIKERS ASKED FOR. PRETORIA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
I?Bi,EAST3 OF STRIKRHS ASKED FOR. PRETORIA. Thursdav. A deputation of railwayman askvd Central Lukin, Jnspnctor-Gcmeral of til? permanin'i force?, to release the men iim> &lt;.&lt;•&lt;! during tha strike. Gc i! ral LuV.in replied that he could enly deal with tin arresUd men nn dv-r .-.-••.nt.inl lav.'. He promised to cofmunicritrf with the Government. Th: - deputation was subsequently i:ifnrni3d that the Government was considering each en*n on its merits, and was not prepared to daal with the m-in in (|iicstion at present.
INDIANS IN NATAL. ABIDING BY COMMISSION. PRETORIA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
mmm m natal. abiding by commission. ' PRETORIA. Thursday. Correspondent: thai has passed Ije iwfccn the Indian leader Gandhi and the cSccretnry for the Interior has | been Published. The not result ia that Gandhi premises to await the I report of th&lt;? judicial commission be : fore reviving tln; passive resistance j movement. ' The l:e lartmcnt for the Interior j agr.es to liberate bona iide passive | re^isUrs and to wait for the recom mendations o! th;.- commission, and I then legislate. The Indian.-; under I ta e not to press Ohe charges of i-li-' . treatment and brutality t'hown' to wards tlva strikers, the Government agroain&lt; not to produce negative evi dence there nnenl, but reserving the righti to investigate thu occurrences r^Biiltinj in loss of life in the two affrays of last November.
CANADIAN NAVAL POLICY. CONSERVATIVE INACTION. OTTAWA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
CANADIAN NAVAL POLICY. CONSERVATIVE INACTION. OTTAWA, Friday. j During 1.h&lt;; debate in the Senate on I the Address-in-Htply to the speech j from tho t'.ivori;, Senator Ross twit •tr.il vho Conservatives with bring af | raid to Riil.mit their naval policy to | the People, as Mr. Borden hml pro ' mised before the Senntj decided to throw tiic hill out. He pointed owt thr&lt;i th; Government was nhle, under tho Naval Act passed by 'fno L.iurier Governm.nt, to proceed with tho con-> ecr-icllon of the nucleus of n navy, but tha- Government preferred to do nothing.
TENNIS. PAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
TENNIS. i'AMII/roN LAWN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL. TOURNAMENT. Tho fourth nnmml open tournament of tho local tennis club will com mence at 11 o'clock this morning on eleven courts on Melville oval, which : during the week has undergone spec ial preparation under the supervision of Mr. W. H. Melville. From U o'clock until dark all the grass courts will ho busy, and all through tho progress interesting matches arc sure to bo seen on one court or ano ther. Visitors and players will be entertained at afternoon ton,' b7 the lady members of the local club, and players are specially asked to avoid disqualification, which will be inflict ed oil latecomers. Matches in all four events comprising the tourna ment mooting will be played: ofE thiB afternoon, and the committee would bo erateful to receive assistance in the umpiring line.
PORTLAND. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
PORTLAND. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The borough council is finding it necessary, in view of the growing po pularity of bathing from the open beaches, ito secure a more cttective control of the foreshore. lnfoi mo tion was obtained, from other seaside resorts, a red it has been decided to ask the Minister of lands to create a foreshore trust here on lines similar to those which control the beaches around Port Philip. .The truss n composed of eight members, four of whom are local councillor-; and four the nominees of the Minister o) Lands. (Portland has been singularly free fromi bathing casualties, buL on Sunday last a lad named , Kduards, while bathing amongst some r»e[s at Double-Corner Bay, got out of his depth, and would probably nave been drowned but for the timely as sistance of a young man named Per cy Barker. Edwards was unconscious when he was brought to land, and he was taken to the hospital, where he was successfully treated. An addition to our fleet of small craft has...
CASTERTON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
CASTERTON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Thursday. Senior-Constable Scanlan, wh > has retired from the police force alter a service of 36 years, during j.2 of which he was in charge o! th.i , local police station, was, at the close oi to-day's police court nroceoaings, the recipient of many expressions o! good-will from the magistrates and others. Messrs. E. F. Hutches, Ross. T. Somerville, J. W. Murrell, A. E. Smith, and J. K. Veitch bore testi mony to the oxcollence of the retir ing officer's retford as a police officer. Tha chairman of the tench, on be half of the magistrates, presented Mr. Scanlan with a silver tea set, on an oak and silver stanid, bearing the following inscription :—"■ Pre sented to Senior-Constable E. J. Scanlan by the justices of the peace at Casterton, as a token of esteem, and in appreciation of his services for twelve years as senior-constable in, charge of the ;Casterton police dis trict." A few days earlier, Mr. Scanlan was presented by his fellow mem...
PROPE[?] SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
PROPERTY SALES &nbsp; Messrs. John Fenton and Co. re port having sold the following pro &nbsp; perties .—On account of Mr. H. Col &nbsp; I Lon, allot. 3, section 12A, Hamilton, contain.u« 3n ptrches, and having a l iroi.tage 10 ljui.sdaies^rritt, with weatherboard dwelling and other im H'0 e.nents thereon, to Mrs. U. F. Mail nson, ; Mr. H. C. Malcolm, al lot. Is, section Si), Hamilton, c'on ' taming 2 rooas 2i parches, situated cn Ballar^i. road. With W.B. cot tage, etc., Lo ivletsi's. Giddinga and W nch.st.r ; Mr. Alex. Lees, part allot. 3, section 65, Burns-street, Ha milton, containing 1 rood 1 perch, to Mr. J. A. Maling ; Curator of Es tates of Deceased persons, in the es tate of Mary Jane M Donald, dtceaa ed, alloun.nt -4, lowusnip of Red l-Lth vW&lt;»nnoiO, containing 2 acres 3 roods 38 perches, with weatherboard dwell.nx and oilier improvements, to .vir. Gordon Ivl'Arthur, also allot ments 5 and C, township of Redruth, containing 4 acres 1 rood...
CRICINAL CORRESPONDENCE. UNFAIRE COMPETITION. (To the Editor of the "Spectator.") [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
CRICINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (W* &lt;Jo not in any way identify ourselyea with the opinions ol our correspondents. We throw our "Ori nnal Correspondence" column open to any bona fide person who wishes rm.oThi18™hls vie,w5- all letters must be accompanied by the name and address ot the sender, not ne cessarily (or publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. — Ed. "Spectator.") UNFAJIt COMPETITION, the Editor of the " Spectator."! •- ir, I suggest tbnt the Traders' Associations throughout tiio State 'ombine to put a stop to " Crash smash cash sales" by gelling the Go crumeiit to puss a law compell ing the con'luctors of nil such ad •v crtised sales, nt cnch township where (h y r oM n rale, to pay to th« municiral council a f(e of, say, ^ SO f0r ciury sale they hold. They sweep the towns they sell nt of h ndrc s c.f pounds rnd leave very little cush hrhind. They pay no r tes ; neither do they in any way h li to advance the interests of tht towns they visit. I ha*e n0 o jection t...