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ARARAT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

ARARAT RACES. Splendid nominations have been ra^eived t,y the Ararat Turf Club lor their me-, tins on Wednesday, Febru ary 4. The list is as follows :— HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. A'>dul Khan Le Ha So Niar T.ertsoc Bobins i Miss Monty late Bell E.M.) HANDICAP PONY RACE. Lady Brooklyn Lady Muna If Volvo Gage Correi Kilmuir Golden Princess Moore Ass mbler Vna Brilliant Melba Littile Wallaca Iceberg Pilwr Bill Brownie Ij'ndie Allen Doone Miss Monty late E.M.) ARARAT HANDICAP. Broo'iong Modest Maid Yatla Wyrefma Uuai arc Eucador Last Sheaf Emhrasene M°rinpu» Zin-<i White Water Clumettus Bo'ins i O.O. Golden Princess Shacklcton M.T.L. ARARAT PLATE AND PURSE. 5} furlongs. Priscus Abdul Khan La Carte Proo' on t Pro, h tic Ruarare Spearlitih Le Ra Last Sheaf Corrti O.O. Princess Xcny Lady Hetty M.T.L. Olumcttns HANDICAP TROT. 2 miles. Hnon WilVfa Prlnz You Yangs ' Harold H. flnl>'alice Scorpion Western Belle Justice K ing Harold Mulberry Percy Cooee I j'ly Moor So Near LertFoc R...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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"FROM MANGER TO CROSS" [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

" FROM MANCrlOU TO Tin- lilin, " From Manger to Cross," will lie shown nt the Hamil ton town hall on Wednesday, Fcb rrmy Ith, hy the Diblicnl Uiograph I,til. The utmost pains have been t;<kci to ensure the historical nccur ncy of the scenes, every possible authority lioitip; consulted, notably the remarkable series of religious 1-irlurpj) by the French artist, Tissot, who spent twelve years in the coun try, in order to get his general set tit's and detnils correct. Priests an A clergy of many forms and.faith, who happened to l;o in Palestine at tho time the pictures composing the film wi.to ta'cen, .gave generous assistance. The Governor of Jerusalem took tli'c keenest. interest in it, and the people of Palestine co operated with tho greatest reverence. Perhaps among tho roost striking features of the pictures nre the reality of tho. emo tiuns that animate the crowd, and the reverent restraint of those repre scr.ting the principal characters in this sacred story. The educ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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APSLEY RACING CLUB. APSLEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

APSLEY RACING CLiUD. (From Our Own Correspondent.) APSI_/EYr Mnndnv. At a meeting of the committee of th'i Apsley racing club, held on Sat ut day evening, it ; was decided to niter the date of the annual meeting! from March 17th to 16th. Mr. W. A. Hiintlv having resigned his position an judge, Mr. John Robertson will be asked to fill that position.

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THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade. Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RE CORDS..: Shade. To&Deratura. . .. Local Barometer Dry Wet Hijnuu Times. Corrected. Bulb. Bulb, ity..' . P. W»t. 9 a.m. 29.925 G2.8 55.8 62.0 3 p.m. 29.500 76.2 G0.7 37.0 IlAINFALIi. Nil. SHADE TEMPEBATURB. Maiim'um. ' Minimum. 77.6deg. >, 57.2dog. New Moon—February 25. Full Moon—February 11. Average rainfall for 44 years, y*ona January-1st, 1870, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. t ■. ' I Total rainfall Iron* January^ 1st, to 9 a.m. on January 26, 6.4 points. TO-DAY. Sun rises 5.36, sets 7.51. ■ Moon rises 4.11 a.m., sets 7.U D.tri.

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DUNKELD RACING CLUB. DUNKELD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

DL'NKBLD RACING CLUB. (From Our Own Correanond«nt.^ 'DUNKELD. Monday. A me«tinc; of members of the Dun- I Hid Raclmr flub was held at the Rnilwav hott:l. Th»re was a large attendance, and Mr. R. Woodburn »• resided. The >alance-shpet was hi lily satiFfjctory, showing a cre | clt. of over f21. The foUowins; officers were elected for th" ensuing veur :—President, Mr. Jns. White ; vice-president, Mt'ssra. J. Cameron and W. Thomson ; star ter, Mr. II. A. Armytago ; assistant start.r, Mr. C, Fry ; clerk of com an, i\ir. 1«. Collins; clerk of Fcalcs, Mr. W. Collins; judge, Mr. jas. Wnito ; handicap ur, Mr. A. {!. Bendall ; treasurer, Mr. Duncan M'l A:od ; lion. B.iretary, n.r. V. K. I,ott ; commit tee/ Metsrs. I). Looker, W. Collins, M. M'Leod, H. Woodburn, Doug. M'ljLod, j. A. I'nlmcr, J. Fry, Dun tan M Leod, J. Kenna, R. Wallen, IV . Vihite, K. Duflelt, E. Fisher, .1. H. Wo i.cibI y, A. bchultz, and T. I'ett.n^cll. Alter some discussion it was deci dul to EtriKe the Hurdle Race out, ...

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WATTLE DAY IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

WATTLE DAY IN ENGLAND. IjONDON. Monday. AH the morning newspapers to-day. pv/blish lengthy notices of Wattle Day. • t' •

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

POTjICE COTTRT. I At the Hamilton police court yes terday morning before Mr. F. Urcn, J.I'., two' delinquents tferc charged with being •drmik nnd disorderly. An adjournment was granted in one oase for two months, to allow defendant to take the pledge and see how he would behave in the meantime, whilst the second idefendent, a' first offender, was 'discharged.

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Items of News. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

tittmn of Mttosi, PRRfinK'AT. Mr. W. P. Hayman, of Mount Gambior, under ■whose management 1 lie team o£ South-Eastern cricketer made such a successful tour of this district recently, has accepted the management of the stock and sta tion department of Dalgety and Co.'s Perth branch. Mr. Hayman sails for his new abode on tho lS'th of February.—The many": friends of Miss Vera Hallam, of Cavendish, will l;e pleased to hear that Dip re sult of the operation repently perfor med, by Dr. S. D. Read, of Horsham, ass.'sted l.y Dr. Foster, has proved eminently satisfactory. /Miss Hall/im had been suffering for a considerable time from o complication of' discaaas allejting tho throat and chest, and had been under frequent medical treatment. Aii the end of the year her suffering's beeamu so pronounced that an operation was inevitable, and Miss Hailam entered Nurse Car roll's private hospital at Horsham, where the operation was satisfactor ily perfc.rrr.ed. Latest advices (says our correspondent)...

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METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. I The services in connection v-'Uta Uie dedication of the new Methodist Sun day school were continued last night, when a tea and concert were held. The children were entertained' at afternoon tea. the adults beinc catered for at G.30. At the subse ouent meetine there was a eood mo ther in p. notwithstanding the onforced absence of Mr. W. H. Edgar, who had been called away by the mid-, klay train. In opening the proceed ings, the Rev. \y. C. Thomas, who presided, said he was heartily plad to sen and welcome the folk assemb led. He wanted people to tcei that; thcir's was a church to which all mifht be made welcome. If they; could increase' the family spirit it, would be .good for them and for the; cause of Christianity. Ho wanted everybody to feel that they uad thc: interests of all at heart. If he found1 anyone in the church looking with aj disdainful eye upon a Btrainger, he felt that that person was dplng harm' to hundreds of folk. He wanted eve-J rybody to...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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EXHIBITION OF ROUGH-RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

EXHIBITION OF ROUGH-RIDING. I An exhibition of rough-riding and general horsemanship \yill be given by Messrs. Beard Bros, in Hamilton next Friday and Saturday evenings. These 'wall known trainerB have got to'tetliei a magnificent team of twen ty-three good fresh horses, and in addition there will be several buck- ' \n» bullocks and ponies. Prizes are ollered for horsemen outside of. those engaged bv the proprietors, and £1 11 minutr will l:e paid to anyone able to maintain his seat on several of Ihe animals. Messrs. Beard Bro ihtTK have recently given'exhibitions in sc* oral parts of the district, and thdr show is t.aoken of in high terms, of praise by people who have wit nessed it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

ECZEMA HORRIBLE Affected Head, Wrists and Ankles. Soon a Scaly Rash. Two Tins of Cuticura Ointment Cured. Mooroopoft, Tic.—"I wm suffering from tn attack of eczema for about one mouth. The eczema affected my head, wrists and ankles aud the itching was horrible. 1 could not got a good night's sleep for moro than a week, and soon It camo out oa the parts mentioned above In a scaly rauh. I tried other ointments for a time but they did not seem to do mo any good. I saw the Cuticura Remedies advertised, and thought I would try the Cuticura OintmonV, which 1 bought and applied as directed, and I am glad to say it has completely cured mo after using two tins/' (Signed) F. Chadaneau, November 23, 1012. SEVERELY BURNT ON FOREHEAD Wonnerup, West Australia.—M My daugh ter was severely burnt on forehead and arm, and the parte kept gathering and were in- ' tensely irritating; She was treated for two j months and every time tho burns were 1 dressed the skin came away. I brought hor home ant using...

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BOWLING. HAMILTON V. STAWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

B0WLIN5. HAMILTON V. ST-AWElyL. J The Grampians' Association pen i nanc conuictitilon was continued yes terday afternoon, when Hamilton and '• StiivMl met on the local gretn. Tho ■ turf was very fast and true, and a 1 eenly contested gamo resulted in a win for the visitoru by tight points. At thu conclusion of tho matcli the | iresiden'.i of the Hamilton club, Mr. R. M'buckie, proposed uhe health of tlie winning team. This had been the second game-played by the local club in the pennant competition, and the best toam had won tha'j day. It was very ssldom that n visiting cUib defeated Hamilton on their own rreen, and th>y Would he out after Ft.iwell s scalp when they meii them at their homo. (Applause.) Fc coml li'ii'ntcd tlw visitors on tho fine form they had shown, and had much pleasure in welcoming the team to Hairilton. (Applausi^. The toast was enlhusiasticnlly- honoured, and the cou-plimelit -was acknowledged hy Mr. Jlorrit,. They had brought their best tfai'.i. hut had hard...

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CRICKET. PENNANT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

CRICKET. PENNANT COMPETITION. The local nennnnt competition will lie advanced another stage next Saturday, when the second round of mutches willi. be commenced. The Bohemians and Dandies will try con clusions otj Melville Oval, and the Capttlets and La Mnsccttc elevens will meet on the lower ground.

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A.J.C. RACES. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP WON BY KILMEADON. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

A.J.C. RACES. ANNIVERSARY. HANDICAP WON BY KILMEADON. (Reuter'B Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. The Anniversary meeting o* tlio A.J.C. was concluded at Randwick to-day. There was a law attcn ' dancc. Followino- are the remits :— Flying- Handicap.—Nuwara Eliya, 1 : PopinHiy, 2 ? La F ancee, 3. Win ner, 3 to 1. Phillin Stakes.—Sir Bobadil, 1 : Coait o' Mail, 2 : Indiscretioa, 3. Winner, 7 to 4 on. Novice Handicap.—Dannm, 1 • Orti celle, 2 ; Multiloil, 3. Winner, 20 to Anniversary Handicap.—Kilmeadon.i 1 • Former, 2 : Raise The Wind, 3. Winner, "n to 1. Second Nursery Handicai). —Lord Linnett, 1 : Head Wind, 2 Bar bonne, 3. Winner, 12 to X. Hieh-Weieht Handican.—M altluis ian, 1: Blueberry, 2 ; Hobble 8'tirt, 3. Winner, G to 4.

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING. WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. FOUNDATION DAY CUP WON BY GLADWYN. MELBOURNE, Monday. Following are the results of the a o e races, which were held to-day:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. raging. WILLI AMSTOWN RACES. FOUNDATION DAY CUP AVON BY GLADWYN. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Monday. I Following arc the results of the • a o c rates, which weio held to I ciav uurdle Race.—Flinch, 1 ; Com monwealth. 2 : M'Alpin, 3. Winner, 6 to !• Won by a necl;. Avoca and Poomaii toll. Maiden Plate.—Ralicen, 1 ; Per nickety, 2 ; T.N.O., 3. Winner, 3 1 : Popinjay, 2 : La Fiancee, 5>. Win Foundation Day Cup.—(Madwyn, 1 ; Monodiu, 2 ; Wingarara, 3. Winner, 5 to 2. Won by two lengths. Steeplechase.—The Onide, 1 ; Ca mnsade, 2 ; Pinpi tss, 3. Winner, 2 to 1. Won by two lengths. Anniversary Handicap —Black Tan, 1 : Efltr.-escence, 2 : Coolamntong, 3. Winner, 3 to 1. Won by three leng ths. Welter Handicap.—Rosny, 1 ; Duel, 2 ; Culma, 3. Winner, 4 to 1. Won by a length and halt.

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THE DANCER OF WORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

THE'DANCER OF WORMS. Stomach and Intestinal Worms are one of the most common complaints throughout Australasia. Indigestion Is o primary causc, or they may be produced by Constipation, or through the eating of tainted food or food im piopcrly cooked. There is also the possibility of their introduction into the system in the form of cysts or igcims in fruit and meat, so that all claesep of the community, irrespec tive of age, are liable to this com plaint. It is not alone the irritation and annoyance causcd fty these para sitical animals that infest the stom ach and bowels, but the more serioUB » consequences which follow that must Jie kent in view. From the highly organised and sensitive ports which they occupy, Worms give rise to great, constitutional derangements, and produce a variety of symptoms, more particularly affecting the stom ach and head. Many cases of Con vulsions, Epilepsy, Hysteria, St. Vi tus' Dance, Melancholia, Nervous Dis eases and even Insanity, halve resulted fr...

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ELECTRIC CAR LEAVES RAILS. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

ELECTRIC CAR LEAVES RAILS. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE Mnrilnv. An cle.tric tram car left blie rails in Cvlcnfcrric Itond this morning and s:pos1i.(I a vcramlah post. Nobody was hurt. The car was quickly re placed.

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A.N.A. SPORTS. MELBOURNE, Monday. Following are the results of the A.N.A. sports, held to-day:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

fl.N.A, SPORTS. v (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Monday. Following are the results ol tlie A.N.A. sports, held to-dav Commonwealth Handicap, l.j mile. —J. F. Channel, 135yds, 1 : \l. R. Kinlevside, 110yds, 2 ; M. M. Kiddcll, 165yds, 3. Time, 3min. -1 l-5tli sees. Great Wheel Race, one mile.—C. Southern, 100yds. 1 : W. J. bennett, 120yds, 2 ; W. Stevens, 130yils, 3. Time, 2min, _7. 4-5th sees.

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OUT-OF-DOOR SPORTS. RECOMMENDATION BY RETIRING GOVERNOR. (Reuter's Telegram.) ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

OUT-OF-DOOR SPORTS. nrcCDMMUNDATION HY U13TIRTNO GOVERNOR. (Router's Telegram.) ADRliATDR. TIT n ml .n v. Speaking >nt a farewell luncheon AC<or<le<! him nt Victoria Park race course to-day, Sir Day DosaiMjuet, tha retiring Governor, said he wns suro the sport of racing, when pro perly carried out, is productive of hcneficial results. " T hold," said his Excellency, " that a taste for mnnly rational out-of-door nmnse tr.ent« is essential to the formation of n sound, healthy, vigorous, nat ional character."

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. MELBOURNE. Mundav Messrs. Dalgcty and Co. offered a large and attractive catalogue to day of over 6500 baits from the South-East of South Australia , and "Western and -Gippsiand districts of ■Victoria. There was a large atten dance of buyers, and competition was \ery animated. Owing to the •easier j)osition of the money market and the firm closing of London sales prices were again in favour of sell ers, and the market for most -wools now shows a distinct riBe aB com pared with December. From the .i-'outh-East of South Australia the Exors. of Seymour, Killanoola, brou ght 13}d ; Kynulls, Penola, 13^d ; Lange Bros., 13 J d for crassbred. Gippsland wools made up to W'Jd. Messrs. Dalgety and Co.'s next sale will be held on Tuesday, 3rd Febru ary, after which there will be no eaiiM for some weeks. Wools from the Westnrn district included in to day's catalogue realised the follow in? rricts Exors C. H. Armytage, Mount Sturgeon, Dunkeld, 15jd su per combing, 13jd brok...

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