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BOXING. VICTORY FOR MILBURN TAVLOR. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

BOX INC VIOTOItYFOR MI LB URN TAV'jOH. (Beuter'a Telegram.) SYDNEY. Saturday. At the Btadium. to-night, .n. u e ere Ben ca of 8000 spect.itora, Milburn C of America (9 ft), knocked out Alf. Morey, of West Auntrn.Ua is in the Jourteenth round. '

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Items of news. JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

Items of Hetos, JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. The following additional successes of candidates from the Hamilton cen tre arc recorded Algstora—Distinc tion—A. V. Burgess, Hiv.fcl - Drum mood, H. E. Heiiie (Hamilton Higher Elementary School), R. S. Campbell (Mr. J. R. Wilson, Portland, yrivatp tutor) ; passed—Annie E. Morjney; Florence A. TerriU, .0. M. Thomas, (Higher Elementary School,- Hamil ton), L. P. Thomas (private);! Wini fred C.'White (Hamilton Uoret ;o Con vent), Winifred V. M'Kechnie -Alex andra College), Mav Anderson (Miss Goldsmith, private Roverness). Ger nian—Diat.nctoion—Winifred C. White (Hamilton koretto : Convent) : passed —Winifred V. M'Kechnie (Alexandra College). These were the. only two candidates who presented themselves for German at this centre, and Miss White was one of the four1 : < o-mtry candidates to pain distinction.

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MATCH IN MELBOURNE. EASY VICTORY FOR SIMPSON. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

MATCH IN MELBOURNE!. KA.BY VICTORY FOR SIMPSON. (Wira From Our Corwponaarat.) MELBOURNE. Saturday. Uyonfl, of Queensland. waB 1 \sllJ defeated by Simpson ■ in cl.at-en rounds in the featherweight con.est on Saturday night.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

m I PUBLISHED'' DAILY. I MONDAY, JANUABY- B, 19M. [ . I " Throughout Australasia I found a general opinion thnt the Home Government did not appreciate the Far Eastern mtnace, ami that mors frequent conferences on naval and foreign affairs were essential." The remark quoted was made by Mr. Haraar Greenwood, M.P. for RuthiT land, on tha return of the British Parliamentary party from a visit to these shorts not many-- weeks ago. Mr. Greenwood is a Canadian by birth, rrid possibly for that reason he is more widely awake to the «•> cessity for a gienter and more practical understanding of colonial rierdB and aspirations. By getting into' touch with the people of ' thi: Antipodes he saw many things which are not seen 'n Downing-strtet, or in the deliberative halls of Westmin ster. It wan he who astonished some of the stay-at-home frtetiilcr hy telling them- that the Britisli Parlia ment is Imperial only in name—that it is not practically Imperial ; and it was ho who, all nlon%' the lin...

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BASEBALL. AMERICANS IN SYDNEY. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

BASEBALL. AMERICANS IN SYDNEY. (Heuter'a Telegram.) SYDNEY. Saturday. The American Ijaflebftlters arrived to-iluy. The Lord Mayor will ten der them a civic Vrt'lcome on Mon day. The tour is orousing consider able interest. ■ • Ten thousand were present at tnu •Sydney criciet ground to-day when thb Whitj Hox defeated the Giants ou tbo ilast stroke of the match amui great excitement by five to four.

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OOMING EVENTS. JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

OOMINQ EVENT8, JANUARY— 17—Wannambool Races. Nomina tions Jtvpuary 7.'., Handicaps Ja nuary 12. 26r-Branxholme Carnival ' and > v; Sports.. .. 2fV-Pamperdown Races. Nomina tions January 12. Handicaps January 17. > • FEBRUARY— 7—Hawkesdale Races. Nomina tions January 28. Handicaps February 3.

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SWIMMING. CHAMPIONSHIPS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

SWIMMIflti. CHAMPIONSHIPS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY. Saturday. Barry won the 100 yards swun.Tung championship of New Souttai V/J.U3 oy a "touch." Longwor.th and Solo mons made a dead beat lor iecond. Time, 58 3-atn sees. In the 880 yards championship oi New South Wales Longworth neat Smith by 17 yards; Adrian was tiuni. Tune, izmin; 7'3-5th sew.

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HIS SECOND ESCAPE. CLARKE AGAIN SLIPS THROUGH HANDS OF POLICE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

——■ ill j HIS SECOND ESCAPE. CLARKE AGAIN SLIPS THROUGH HANDS OF POLICE. I (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Sunday. About two weeks ago a man nunic" Dean, alias Clarke, was arresbod cm a oharge of stealin? wool. He •;scap oil from the city cour1,. The 'ictec tlves received information that lis was to be married on Saturday at a bouse in Footscray to n v-oman who is now on bail as his alleged ae romnliee. Detoetivcs Merccr and I Bannon waited at tho houes. :md the wo'tian arrived w'th another man. | On leaving the house they saw Clarko I and another man standing in a sha dow. They seized C'arko, hut after n despcrato struggle he managed to slip from his , coat and pot clean away, leaving his coat and hat with the detectives.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

T. H. LfllDLflWaCB., f ' AUCTIONEERS, 8TOOK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETO., : Hamilton.^ Branch Office* at Horsham, Warrack nabeal, Rainbow, Jeparit, Nhill, Coleraine, Willaura. AIs0 at 437 Collina-ai., Melbourne. SALES 6f Fat and Stor* Sheep and Cattle conducted In the Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every Friday. Fortnightly Salsa held at Hacarthur and Coleraine. Auction and Private Sales of Land and Stock conducted In any part of I he Stats. Loans.Negotiated at Lowest Ratos of latweit. AGENTS FOR— Dalgvty & Co;, Woolbrokera, Oeelong and Melbourne. THE I.O.A. (Tht Intiinnc* Office o! Auitralla, • Ltd.) Tin Accident- Live Stock. . tv Maka Your Will— And Provide-for the Future T>y M»an«-, |Of THE PERPETUAL Executpi$, and, Trustees, Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—19-si QuoEa-Etreet, Melbourne. .--.Capital ofi £150,000. Clalma Guarantee Fund, £10,00#. T) IRECTORS : E. M. Hvndman, iSsq.(Chairman), Colin Temple to*, Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A., Harry...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

A81RPEEM UNL Australia to London VI* Fremantle, Durban, and Cr.ps town. BTEAMBR8 UP TO 11,000 TONS GROSS. Leave Melbourne Every 28 Day*. SUPERIOR UP-TO-DATE SALOON ACCOMMODATION. Special Attention is given to the Oomfort and AccommodaMon of Pae ■exgers la the THIRD CLASS. Surgeon and Stewardess Carried. Steamers fitted with Wireless Tole graphy and all LatcBt appliances to ensure Comfort of Passengers on the Voyage. SALOON FARES— To London, from £45. To South Africa, from £11, THIRD CLASS FARES— To London, from £16. To South Africa, from £13/13/. Tickets Interchangeable with P. and 0. Branch Service. Tickets avail able for return by Orient line, via Suez—First Saloon £110, Second Saloon £81. Apply D ALGETY & CO., LTD., IMbourae. THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE n» Nllowia* rim>, Fiat, New Twv Bertw Steamers will leave MELBOURNE FDR LIVERPOOL ANt GLASGOW. '!■ ADKLAIDB, DURBAN,. aa« OAPBTOWN. TaUmg PASSENGERS to LONDON, who an Bent free per special train from Liverpool. < St...

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CANTERBURY PARK RACES. MULTUM IN PARVO WINS CANTERBURY HANDICAP. A JOCKEY SUSPENDED. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

. .CANTERBURY PAUK RACTW. 'MUI/TUM IN T'ARVO "WINS OAN , ; 'TKTiHURY HANDICAP. .1 '• A JOCKEY SUSPENDED. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY. Saturday. 'Following are the results of the above rjiccs, which were held in threa tening. weftther this afternoon •— . Flying Handicap.—Lady iDenmnn, 1; Mio&ene, 2 ; Malt Mary, 3. Winner, 5. to 2. Hevnolcls, the rider of Mio cene, was suspended for two 'Mon ths for crossing and interfering with Malt Mary. Juvenile Handicap.—Viburnum, 1 ; Headwind, 2 ; Hyppolite', 3. Winner, 10 to 1. • Park Stakes.—Sir Howard, 1 ; Ttooynmnrra, 2 ; Zapsis, 3. Winner, 2 lo'l. ■ Tliree-fYear-Old Handicap.—Cooghat, 1 > .Volior, 2 ; Miss Mooltan, 3. Win »]', 4 to 1. Canterbury Handicap.—Mnltum in Hflryo. 1 ; Former, 2 ; Britain, 3. Winnfr, i4 to 1. 'Welter Handicap.—1^oruena, 1 ; .Beck's. Lagsr, 2; Voldon, 3. Winner, evens, !

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SPORTINGT NOTES. RACING. MENTONE RACES. YENEDA WINS MKNTONR HANDICAP. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

SPORTINGT NOTES. RAC.1NC. , ; MKNTONB IIAOES. YENEDA WINS MKNTONR HANDI V . CAP. •iWlr# From Our Correspondent.! MELBOURNE. HnM.nW. • F.ollowlnK are the reHUlt.s of the Hbffve recen, which were held Lo .diiy:— • .Hurdle Race.—Wldden, 1 ; Domini ciiin,, 2 ; M Alpin, 3. Winner,>3 to 1. "Vft>n.by a neck. .^Firs- 'lJlvia.on Handicap.—Precious, lyj DCwV-crry, 2 ; Apinrist, 8, W'in ij«r; 12 to 1. Won by a head. ■Y Second Division Handicap.—Km ee liij 1 ; .Miss Moi, 2 ; lClthnm, 3. Win ner,,? to 2. Won by a length. . ..-Mentono Handicap.—Yenoda, 1 : Pearl king, 2 ; I,actH, 3. Winner, 0 Lb 4. Won bv Lwo lengths. Third Division Handicap.—Traml>, 1'; -Midojn, 2 ; ijfslmsi, 3. Winner, to 1% Won by half a length. . Jumpi r.V Flat Haco.-— Sylvanmorc, V; NnnUrb, 2 ; Mlind Hnrry, 3. Win ner; 5' to 2. Won by two lengths.

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MOUNT CAMBIER. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

MOUNT CAMBIER. (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) The weather was fine for. the holiday?, and a largo number of visitors paid us their usual respects. There was no sports gathering of any note at Mount Gatubier. but' nearly every district township held souie kind of public, function. Most of the . townspeop'e on holiday bent wonded their way to Port M'Ponnnll. Several small fires broke out during the holidays, but the damage was not heavy. While returning from Beachport on Saturday evening last, Mr. J. Callander, son of Mr. M. B. Callander. met with a serious accident. He was thrown off the train noar TanUwoola. and was found in a semi-conscious condition. The yonng man was. eventually taken to Mount Gambier, where it was found that he had a spinal injury. He is now progressing as favour abU' as can be expected. On Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Laidlaw, whrt was driving with her children in a cart near the racecourse, was precipitated over an embankment. Fortunately tho cart landed on a post a...

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WALLACEDALE NORTH PICNIC. WALLACEDALE NORTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

WALLACEDALE NORTH PICNIC. (From Our Own Correspondent.) WALL VCEDALE NORTH. Satiinlnv. The annual Now Year's Day picnic was favoured with beautiful weather. Thorn was n largo gathering of residents and visitors, for whoso enjoymont the commit tee had done evervthing possible. Tho secretary (Mr. J. Pitman), who Ins hold that position for fourteen years, carried out his duties in his usual efficient style, and ho was ably assisted by the president (Mr. •U Waters), and tho treasurer. (Mr. G. R. Annett). The ladies attended to the re freshments. and their task was no light one. Too much praise cannot bo given to those ladies and gentlemen for the way they worked for the enioyment of all pre sent, especially tho children. In the even ing a ball, which was also largely attended, waa hold. Excellent music was supplied *by Messrs. W. Black fviolin), .T. Bennett faccordeon). and R. Millard (piano"). Messrs. J. Waters and W. Joyce ably carried out the duties of'M.C. The following is tho resul...

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THEATRICAL PRODUCER MARRIED MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

THEATRICAL PRODUCE^ MARRIED (Wire From Oirr Coirespcmdwit.X ■.-MELBOURNE,. Saturday. Mr. Charles Wenman,- Droducor o! the pantomime n.t Her: Majesty's theatre;-, was .nuietly married th.s afternoon to Miss Ida lHckcris:.)n, of Sf.. Kttda.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

Your Boy's Appearance Counts for a great (tea)— — Havo you tried to make him look his best ? This can only be done at Miller's 21 Boyt' 3-gnrment Prelty Linen Suits, double breasted vest, 11/9. 80 Boys' Dark Summer Coats, size >•;. 4 to G, only 2/11. 38 boys' Lin«n Coats, 7x9, 4/11 ; 5« to 8i, 5/6. 60'boys' Crash Blouse Coats, al Wzis, only 2/6. Ii Soys' Galatea Coats, Dlouse 'shape, only 2/11. ?; Boys' Smart Linen SuibJ, Carl son shape, 11/9. BOYS' SUMMER HATS. Hoys' Summer Straw Lount;e, 1/6, "2/11 and 3/3. Boys' Dark Linen Summor Hats, Boys' White Drill Hats, well made, only 2/11. oM? 1/ each. 18 Smart Grev Suits, two gar ments, only 14/11. Clioi:e lor Christmas wear. 23 Nobby 2-garment Suits, with centre vest, pleated back, 15/11. 17/6j 21/. 1 The Personal Attraction .of a Man dounts for a g;reat deal. nlillor's have made a study of this tradp, II you require a Christmas Suit, made by expert tailors, w^ll lined aud fitted like a fcarment made to your measures, at only half th...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) ■ • MBLB6URNK. Saturday. I Th^ -markets arc dead. Pficcs, I ■which arc Tioniirtal; arc unchanged; |

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WALLACLDALE NORTH. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

wallacldale north. (From Our Own CorrcsDoriueiit.) iauturiluy. | MisJ E. K. Smeathers, relieving a.H fi.jt.nnt teacher in the local kcIiooI, was notified ol her removal jUHt prior to the break-up, and at the New Year s Day picnic the parents and scholars seized the opportunity to bid lur furewcil and make her a I riMentation of a beautiful gold boo in<rnn^ 'brooch, set with pearls, and t.n which wns inscribed the Australi nn call " cooee," and a nictly bound • vc'liime of Gordon's poems. Mr. J. ' A. Cromliie, chairman of the school committee, in presenting the brooch j I on behalf of thi parents and friends, said they all regretted that Miss | timeathtrs was leaving. During the 1 short time she had been with them she had endeared herself to both Hip Is and parents, and they wished lur to accept the little present as a memento of her stay amongst, them. H - wished her success wherever she weni. Mr. J. Waters and Mr. F. H. Glare, members, of the committee, also spoie highly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

A SEARCHING Scrutiny reveals thdt The Don leads as iiicli class tailors;-hatters, mercers, boot men and' outfitters. Our suits excel in the fit, style and finish. Few equal, none excel. Values, 63/, 75/. Best range ' of .feats, fur; felt, 5/6, 7/6, -10/6 ; straws 4/6, worth 7/fi ; Panamas. In boots we lead, tans and black, 12/6, 17/6. In cojy under wear, natty shirts and ties, crash suits, boys' suits, you pet actual money's worth at George and O'Neill's. AT OAjRTHEW'.S, Thortiao'.i ?.uc(,t, best selection HotfW l iiiits, plain, shots, ami fancy designs, 32 inches'ttfde. All 6/11 dozenv WALLACE'S* - ■ XSfAS. GIFTS. TIES, FANCT SOX\ ' SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, 'And CLOTHING. ASKMROSjE baa Re-opened: in • Shop • opposite tho Argyle I Hotel, Gray-street, and as he do1' sires ' to make quick clearances of bis stock , of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash. A REASONABLE Discount Allow ed off Toys to Sunday School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street ...

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Camperdown Turf Club. SUMMER MEETING. MONDAY, JANUARY 2[?], 1914. 655 SOVS. 655. PROGRAMME: First Race Starts, at 1.30. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914

Garriperdowh Turf Club. SUMMER MEETING. MONDAY, .JANUARY 2b*; WH. C55 • SOVS. 655. PROGRAMME : . First. Ilace Starts, nt 1.30. trial Stakes, of so sovs.;\ .for horses * that have never received mora thap £15 in one flat racs. SIX furlongs. Weight lor .age. En; tfy .l sov, • .HANDICAP HURDLE RACB, ot 80. Hdvs. Two miles. Nomination. 10/, acceptance 30/. • LADIES' BRACF.OET of 50 sov».; ■30 sovs. to. owner. , of .winner, end trophy valued 10 sovs. to lady nominating dinner f 5 . sovs: to owner of Becond horse, 'and tro Ilijf valued 5 hovk.to lady - no minating: second liorse. On-j mite. Welter Handicap.- Amateur- . ri ders. All horses to be nomina ted by ladies. . Nomination 30/, acceptance 1 ho v. ' . ■ j CA1TPERDOWN GUP, handicap of: 3t)0 sovs. One milj and a half: ; domination 1 sov., acceptance 4 sovs. . . . " . ' . ' '! CAMPERDOWN STEEPLECHASE,! handicap oMOO so,vs. About two and a half miles. Nomination 10/, acceptance 3d/. PONY RACE, handicap of 25 sovs. For ponies 14.1-a.u. Fo...

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