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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
Trifle shootino. The 'general monthly meeting, of tue Hamilton -;We Club . will be held fit | the miniature range to-night, at i eight o'clock.. All members ■ are .;;e- | quested to attend. At the conclusion. of the .meeting a progressive euchre tournament will be played, staring about, nine o'clock. Members' wives and members. of the three ladles clubs arc invl-tod to lie present.
ARARAT SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
ARARAT SPORTS New Year's Day at Ararat 1ms for many years been recognisod through out the district ns a favourite draw for the sport-loving public and lioli day-makors generally. Thursday last was no exception to the rule. The special- trains from Hamilton, S'.r well, Murtoa ami Horshami were well filled, and, the weather being per fect, an mroya'ble day was -pent by all who ift&de the trip. In addition to the usual athletic and cycling events a;baml contest and ;iuicksUp competition for C. grade bands were included in- the programme, and, iud girig ,by the keen interest displayed byv.the public* were much appreciated. Following are the results of the prin cipal events :— Sheffield Handicap, 130yds. Pag&lt;?, 1 ; P. W- Kales, 2 ; W. Bark meyer, 3. Flying Stages, i mile.—W. ..Ste vtns, 1; W. T. Bi-nnott,i2 ; J. Kerr, 3 ,. . . New Yifir's Gift,-220yds.rr:J. Page, 1 : W. Pacrow, 2.;. J. 0. Brown, 3. Ararat Wheel Race.—A. Bennett, 1 ; W.'Stevens, 2 ;'H. V. Pathi&...
GREAT STAND BY TAYLOR AND ZULCH. JOHANNESBURG, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
QRLAT STAND BY TAYLOR AND ZULCH. JOHANNESBURG. Saturday. The match was continued lio-day. The English.Eleven carried Lheif to tal to 308, and the South African second innings was opened by Taylor and Zulch, who made a splendid stahd. The partnership had not befen broken when stumps were drawn, and the board Bhowed 124 rtins for no wickets. Following are the scores :— ENGLAND. First innings 238 Second Innings. Hobfcs, c Nouree, b Dixon 41 Rhodes, c Ward, b Taylor ... 0 Hearne, l.b.w., b Newberry , . 0 Mead, c Tucnett, b Newberry ... 80. Dougia?, b Newberry 77 Tennyson, c Beaumont, b Noursc 6 Woolley, st Ward, b Ntwberry... 37 Rfclf, b Blanckenberg ... ... 35 Bird, not out out ... 20 Barnes, c Blanckenberg ... ... 0 Strndwick, c Tuckfctt, b Blanck enberg '0 Sundries 18 Total .308 ,Bowl;.ng analysis.—Nourse, 1 wkii Icr 36 runs ; Taylor, 1 for 33 ; Dix on, 1 for 56 ; Blanckenberg, 3 for 06 ; Newberry, 4 for 72. SOUTH AFRICA. • Plreti ltinineH. Taylbr, c Woolley, b Relf 14 Zulcli, c and ...
INrERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. ONE INNINGS WIN FOR VISITORS. BARING SCORES 125. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
INrERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. ONE INNING-3 WIN FOR VISITORS. BARING SCORES 325. (Wire From Our Correspondent,j I melbournr. I The cricket " match foetwten Vic toria and New South Wales was con cluded on the Melbourne crick.-t ground to-day, and resulted in a onu innings' victory for the viaitors. In their lirst innings New South: Wales scored ,40?, Victoria replying : with 161. Following nn tht-y again-njado n rpoor display, all being. dismissed , for 199, and thus suffering defeat ,by an Innings and 49 runs. .Baring pla yed splendid criclcBtjift ti^ cpjnpila tion of 325 in tjis wcond i innings. for the home team. , .,i , j| The att(T)dancs..at. t^eimatph ■ to day numbered 8112, find.tbsgate tak ing amounted to ^209/14/6, ,We, to tal attendance ; dujririg &lt; (the. ,> match >vae 3?,730, and. thft, receipts ; ,£1044
"THE INLANDER." [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
■run ixLAjrnER•• I The /ii-sl munlier of '• Tlio Inlander," n magazine which is to ho i>;suoil. q unitt;rlv l>y Jlio Home Jlissiun Hoard of the I'resby terinii Cliurcli of A list mlia, is t &lt; t hajid. -It eoritnirta soino. splciuliil descriptive ^Hieles. tlie.physiotfrajiliy, ej'iiiiifo and prospects of Central Australia, ami is illt|s,tratod byoccl photogmpjis. Tim pjo'ifress of the missions is described intorosl Inifly. '•"'JUS IrilAh'der " is edited by tlio Hov.acUm Flyim; n.'rnnii who is described as liavinjj V lived" liis literature—every line of it." Over 2000 men will bo elided shortly on the construction of new railways.
SALE OF LEURA HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
' SALE 'OK. LKIIR.A I'mnsv I Owiiii; to 11 typographical 'error in Sr.tur utiy'n issut1. it wtw .ItntMl tli'at Unr/i House would In. bi.M Iiv Messrs. Jolm. Fentou arid Co. t(>:d"v. Tlio )ivci|)url'y uijr be oft'oi,ud nr the Victoria. WiM next' VV&lt;!&lt;In&lt;>adny. .Tunnary /, nt noon. Loum' House is^ rn .up-to-date Siiliiu-Kui lesldenLM!', fiituateii ftlmiit ft mile arid :t half from Hamilton HiiiTcnihdi?d l.y t'.'ii aeioVoF land/ and it is announced'to In; wold on oany terms).
LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
LEITCH PICTURES. As usual, most of:'the. seating ac commodation on the floor land gal lery at the town lrnli was availed of on , Saturday night. The display; by, Leitch's Vos singularly, rich in dramas,with strong plots. In one of, thqse, *' The Call,'-' a fine Vitagraph double-reel production, the them# and dramatisation stood out in their powerful /appeal to the imagination. Right throughout the story, whether in .its singular domestic aspects' or in the , traeic finale, -was a genuine success. There wtia also ellbwf! a drama in •which two clever little £irls took the loading parts. 1twas termed " An 'Unfair SxchailRe." Thanhouser: artiste? • were :prominent in a etorv possessing a seamy as well as Ja bright aspect. fTbo iiitlawas' " The Ladder of. Life." . It . depicted the! fortunes .of two orphan boys—one1 follows a career of dissipation, while the . .other :, advances;., aten .by step in . the'. ' estimation .. qf his employers and others. . Amongst the coh-.uly' subjects show...
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
SALVATION ARMY. I Yesterday's meetings at the Bolvn Hon A rmv lar racks-took, the form of farewell services to Ensign ari'l Mrs. Beasy, who arc leavtne Hamilton. It was noparent that bail the otllcp.rs mentioned'been allowed to :*on&lt;aln for another, term )ther$ would- have been genuine reioiciiie. At ,tbe after noon meeting •fch'e Ensign sjave :i &lt;h6rt resume of the past,, year's work. He said ho had never been at a pl.atton that ho found it linger, to leave than Hamilton', and hind .orders com? to «tny for another twelve months lie would have felt no 'regret. It - was very nice to hear the 'testimony of Uie various "members, (but. none 2&lt;avc him greater satisfaction titan that of the secretary (Mr. 'SliUcoclt), who said ihe' past year had- made bin .a bettei"GhriatiaTii That went t.traayht to his heart, for it showed that his und, Mrs. Geasy's work had not been a failure. ' Tliey'had landed in-'Ham ilton on January 19tjb, and'tip \ "to Dccomhcr 31 t...
CAMPERDOWN RAC[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
CAMPERDOWN RA.CTY3. The summer meeting of the Cam perdown Turf Club will be held on Monday, January 26, when £655 will le given away in stakes. The avtnts on the programme, which wi'll 1.6 found in our advertising columns to-day, are as follows : Trial fata kia, of EO sovs.; Hurdle Race, of 80 sots.; l adies' Bracelet, of 50 bo-'h.; Oampi'-'down Cup, of 300 sovb.; C:im perdowa Steeplechase, of 100 sovs.; Pony ftactt, of 25 sovs.; Flying Sta kes of 50 sovs. Nominations close vi h tha Hecrctary, Mr. A. O. M'Qua'l ter on Monday, January 12. A spe cial train will be run from Hamilton on the • d:ty of 'the meeting.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
personal. The-Port-Fairy, band,' whffe out on its usual year-changing serenade paid a visit to the temporary residence in •that-town rif Mr', ami Mrs/' V. "H. MKlvilJe mid family. The'Visit, ac cording to the "Ciazt'j;..," >vaa.plan ned to do honour to one w,bo is an old band enthusiust, and wjio ■ for mnny years,has lie.u president of the Hamilton band. Mr. MclvilU im pressed his pleasure at tinv'lhg 'been ca'lled turn, and he handed ^over n substantial donation to the instru ment fund.—-Mr. Jonathan lUgby, of The Kims, Digl.y, a well-known con tractor in trie shire of Portland-,' who lias been in indifferent health for the rast lew month?, suffering from bronchiii!_ affections,.-is at'7 presarit ur.iournine at Forbes, in Niw' South Wales. His ■ many friemls : will be dad to hear'of an improvertHut" in his health—Mr. T. W. Smith, J.P., ■ in oil and respccted resident ol Branxholme, has not tnjoytH pood health sincj the death of his late wit., about ScVcn months ng&lt;T, ...