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THE O'CONNOR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
THE O'CONNOR FUND. Th: secretary desires to acknow ledge the following additional con tributions Previously acknowledged, £80/13/10. Alf. \ lU'wood, J. Slater, 3/taen ; Miss Jean Looker, M. Storer, Frank Millard," 2,6 each; Miss Jc^ie •Fr.ve, Jack Kuhl, and Jim and Noiah Kenny, 2/ each ; Stanley Sutdilie, Sar h Su'cliffe, Oracle and Molha Collie, E/'die and Frank Poole, Hya cinth Caldwell, 1/ each. "Total £81 IB 4 Per Hamilton "Spectator" 29 18 9 £111 15 1
STATE POLITICS. MR. HUTCHINSON'S SEAT IN DANGER. MELBOURNE, S[?]turd[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
iihi MH. HUTCHINSON'S SKAT IN ( , DANGBIt. iWlf From Our Correspondent.) «• ' MKLBOHRNrf! Slp/AiUxandor Peacock, and Messrs. Hngelthorn and Murray all will visit Varracknabeal on Tuesday In the IntetKBtH of tlu&lt; MixilKtii- for Agri culture, ' Mr. W. Hutchinson, who is being" vuvy 'hard pressed by Mr. Fnr ciilxrxr M'Rm". Hoforrin^ to this matter tho Pre mier made the following comment I .-deeply regret ito know that Mr. Farqluhnr M'Rne is apparently Octer- , mined to opposo tho return of Mr. Hutchinson. This appears to mo to he (v time when Liberals should staml together, and not divide tholr ranks. X hope tho friends who sur round Mrj M'ilac will realise, beforo it Is too late, the risk they aro run ning in giving a chance to the var ious forciji^ that wish for the over throw of true liberalism to-achieve their ewl. I hone that the wise conn sols of the Wimraera will prevent this calamity before it is too late. I do inot 800 what real complaints tht'ro can to at-out Mr. H...
A POLICE ERROR. THE CAPTURE NOT SPARKES. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
A POLICE ERROR. THE CAPTURE NOT SPARKED. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MBIjBOURNE. Thtirsdnv. Edward- O'Neill, the man who was arrested by the pollcc on 'suspicion of .being Henry Sparkcs, the notori ous .gaol-brenktr, was chnrgTid to-day with Jiavlng escaped from custody twelve years ago. Detective 'Burnett snid lht> man was not Sparlrs. .Accused's counsel nsked compensa tion and cos's, hut the application vrH.rifiir':l by Ihti majrisLrnte.n, who d:s"har"cl ao~un:cl. Ilis real name wnr. ('c l"r ;1 tn l.c .Tamos Albert Gri.lith-. '
CRICKET. MATCH AT NORTH HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
iRICKtT. 'MATCH AT NORTH HAMILTON. A ma^:h was played on tire North Hamilton ground on Saturday after nocm between a team o local asao Uaiion playtrs anU. the North PI»m ton club. Owing to the fact that the . match was arranged rather h»r riedly neither aide was repMctueu |i) a full complement of players, bu no both tea ma were c.fi'.il in U reaped a rol(1 afternoon s ^ncKO. reunited, and after an enJ^' gam* Ham.lton succeeded m ga m a victory over their opponents by ■> I runs For the winners the muJoriLy of the batsmen showed good form. | and in nearly ev.ry (lm^9 fi,;ui9 scores reaulttd. IJa tli» „ most troublesome of the bowl , lcra. To a. scoru of 179 made by the l Hamilton Leam North replied wiV.i a 1 total of 88, of which Dempster 26 ' nnd Hinchclille 18 were the principal tcorer.-i. Following are the KCores :— North Hamilton.—h. Dempster, Ij Youn^, 2j ; Hinchlifie, ti Stra.ij» wtU'd, IS ; ,1. OloeBon, b Davey, 3 ; G. Mulljy, I) Duvcy, 0 ; A. Dark, b loung, 11 ; C. Pitman, ...
GOLF. PORT FAIRY TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
GOLF PORT FAIRY TOURNAMENT. Following are the principal scores in the Port Fairy crolf tonrnameiit, which was commenced on New Year's Day :— Men's Doubles, 18 holes, stroke play.—N. Whitehead ami A. P. Otfl cer, 82—5—77 :■ A. V. Yanner and D. Calvert, 88—7—81 ; Ivo Whitton and O. Edgar, 80—plus 4—84; J. A. M'Leod and J. H. Murray, 86—2—84 J W. H. Tullctt and T. Parkinson, 99— 15—84; H. M'Kenzie and D. \f: Mor oney, 102—18—84 ; H. 0. Merfi£t and M. R. Brown. 97-13-^4 ; G. U Har die and A. Hardie, 91—6—85 : R. S. Daler and T. Riddock, 104—14—90 ; D. L. Dowdell and W. Edgar, 97—10—8? • A. Pink and W. C. Mardling, 10/—20 —87 :&lt; W. H. Melville and A. Garland, 102—15—87 : J. C. M'Callum and "u. Cuzens, 97—9—88 : J. Robertson an j P. 0. Mercer, 91—2—89 M. Hem mons and W. H. Tatnall, 96—1—89. Mixed Doubles, 18 holes, stroke.— J. H. Murray and Mrs. S'oungman, 88—7—81 : D. L. Dowdell and Mrs. Officer, 103—15—88 ; D. Calvert and Miss A. Whitehead, 106—18—88 ; Ivo Whitton and Miss Yo...
FRAGSON LEAVES £80,000 £12,000 TO HIS FATHER. PARIS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
FRAGSON LEAVES £80,000 £12,000 TO HIS FATHER. PARIS. Friday. Tho theatrical artist Fragaon,' who was murdered by. his father a tew days ago, left property worth £80,000. There was an insurance po licy ill his father's favour for £12,000.,
HAMILTON-WARRNAMBOOL. Ordinary Trains. Up. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
HAMLTONtWARRNAMBOOL. \ Ordinary Trains. Up. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday (Mixed). Leave* Hamilton 6.10 a.m., Fens hurst 7.17, Hawkesdale 8.11, Koroit 914, arrives Warrnambool 10.10. Thursday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 11 a.m.. Pens ■tirst 12 iu p.m., Hawkesdale 1.6, Koroit 2.1c, arrives WarrnarQtool 2.57. MOTOR SERVICE Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (Passenger). Leaves Hamilton 4 p.m., Pens hurst 4.45, Koroit '6 p.m., arrive Warrnambool 6.25. Thursday, Friday and' Saturday (Passenger). Leaves Hamilton 6.30 p.m., Pens hurst 7.15, Koroit 8.30, arrives Warr nambool 8.50. Down. MOTOR SERVICB. Dally (Passenger). Leaves Warrnambool 8.25 a.m., Koroit 9.0, Penshurst 10,20, arrives Hamilton 11.0. Ordinary Trains. Monday, Tuesday, Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Warrnambool 1 p.m. - or 2.17, Koroit 2.55, Hawkesdale 3.50, Penshurst 5.4, arrives Hamilton 5.55. Thursday, and Friday (Mixed). ; Leaves Warrnambool 2.17 p.'"i. Coroit 2.55, Hawkesdale 3.50, Pi hurst 5.4, arrives Hamilton...