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SUDDEN DEATH OF A STALLION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

SUDDEN DEATH OF A STALLION. ! By thj death of their wclltknown I Suffolk Punch stallion, Blocknder, Messrs. Brown Brothers have suHer utl n heavy iofft. . The horse, -which lmd licjn located at Meadow Lands for the past seven years, was pub into hia stall at nine o'clock at ni ght, and was fed next morning at mx o'clock. An hour later one . of the men Rund him lying rtrad. Bloc knder, who was only eleven years old, has left some splendid stock, and was in excellent condition. No cnvac for his sudden death can be assigned. Cyril Brown was repairing a motor car on Tuesday at Bcnaieo when p , spring snapped, and struck him cm the right forearm, causing a com pound fracture. While riding on a motor cycle at a very Tast speed in the motordome at Luna Park; St. Kilda, on Tuesday night, a yonngman lost control of his cycle, and was hurled 30 feet on to the roof of the scenic railway I tunnel. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

Jeoember Doings at Filler's ^ GREAT STIR FOR XMAS. Every part of the store shows some attractive features; for Special Lines have been put out at Bargain Prices for the festive season Just at the last minute wo sccurcd a let oI 300 ready-to wear Frocks, Costumes, and Dust Coats. They aro perfectly fresh Goods, and 'wonderfully cheap. Hero are a few of them :— Ladies' Cream or Whiti Embossed V oilc One-piece Frocks, lovely goods, and well worth 35/ ; we have them at 22/6. Tussore Silk Coat and Skirt Costumes, black collar and cuffs, brilliant buttons, panel skirts, would bo cheap at 63/ ; Our Price, 45/6. Lin on o Dust Coats, in navys, browns, ci earns, etc., beau tifully cut and finished, usually sold at 21/ and 25/; Our ofler, 11/G and 15/6. Superior quality Sicilian Dust Coats in saxe, brown, grey, etc., would be considered cheap at 35/; wo havo them at 25/6. ■ Specially cheap are the Girls' White Lawn Dresses, bicely trimmed embroidery, in every size, from 5/6, to the largest at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

t ■i AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, " AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., HnmiSton.- j Branch Offices at Horsham, Warrack aabeal, Rainbow, Jeparit, Nhill, Coleraine, Wlllaura. Al«0 at 437 CollinB-si., Melbourne. ' SALES of Fat a!ad Store Sheep end Cattlo conducted in tho Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every S'rltlay. Fortnightly Sniss held at Macarthur and Coleraino. Auction ■ and Private Sales of Land and Stock conducted In any part ot the Stats. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Ratos of Xnterort. AGENTS FOR— 1 Dalgsty.& Co., Woolbrokers, Geelong and Melbourne. : THE | . «. O. A; • i (Tlit Iniuiance Office of Australia, Ltd.) ' i Fire Accident Live Btoclc. ( MakeYaur WIN-— i And Provide for the Future by j Meano. of . ' . THE ,FE3PETUfll. ....... ! Executors and Trustees, associa tion of Australia Ltd. j Office—i9-Sl Queen-street, Melbourne. . Capital of £150,000. j Claim* Guarantee Fund, £10,000. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, EBq. (Chairman), Colin Temple tqa, .• E»q., Hon. J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

Jon Caps TONS, Days. fSKJGiSiiiE Ajstralia to l«o> Via Fremautle, Durban, an town. STEAMERS UP TO 11,00 GROSS. Lsavs Melbourne Every 2ff SUPERIOR UP-TO-DATE SALOON accommodation. Special Attention la givon to the Comfort and Accommodation ol Paa semgera la the THIRD CLASS. nurgeon and Stewardess Carried. Steamers fitted with Wireless Tel« rtaphy and all Latest Appliances to JnBUra Comfort of PaBsengerg on tit Voyage. 3ALOON PARES— To London, from *-<5. To South Africa, from *-»». THIRD OLASfi FAREtf r To London, from Mb. ""o South Africa, from fcla/W. Tickets lnterchangeabla with P. an" 0 Branch Scrvice. TlcketB avail able for return by Orient line, via Suez—First Saloon £110, Second Saloon £81. nn t nrn Apply DALOWTY ft CO., LTD., Melbourne. The blue funnel line. ni taUowinir Wms, Fast, New Twls ' Bersw Bteamsrs will ltavt MELBOURNE FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUSBOW. jnm AEKjAJDB, DURBAN, Mi CAPETOWN. ; •ragtag PASSENGERS to l.ONDON wbo are sent fre* per fecial train (ram Live...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE RAINFALL. Following is the rainfall table for Hamilton up to December 31.— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

THE RMNFALL. ' Following iB the rainfall tablo for Hamilton up to December 31.— 'Jo£Z sn-t? PS'fi! ST *7 95'ie esie 6S-S5 BO'85 38-63 60-83 OS- 93 H-93 •"1*101 8S-7. l°-Z 831 se-s 96-5 7-9'Z • 16' £9 es-i Ld IO-o £1 80 X J9qCD3ddQ 80-S 305 8fr-3 9?.-2 6K t6"l tn 1M 39 -3 86-8 SS-l 63-3 8£3 13qU13AOJJ 59 r. -t'9'Z £9-1 S9*3 60 r. 30*8 Z8'8 ll-S SC-1 tZ- 8 it-8 00-8 S6I J9qo)0O ' .68 « V88-3 . ZL-K ti-t 8i£ 90-S wz 10 S 09-1 08-1 89-3 S83 S9-8 ts-E: ci-z: ' lOf «£-3 30 I 63 o SB 8 tt-l 698 898 *9-1 6S-5 38-3 qan3ny 01 S IT'S AM Sf-'I Z6-Z 6S*S *63 IS-1 6S-8 OJ-fr £B-t> IBS £9-8 £6 3 00.8 3M le-t. 30'f 99 3 OQ'i «.s -~is-r ~ - eo"- > S8-8 6t-3 6t-3 aanf flSI-S 89"Z 36 I XfcX ,-TO-e 6 fa ess 0 L-Z £6-8 6£-S 80- f 38-8 tn A* IV ♦0 3 90'S^t~ — 68-I" '"IS-S 8S 1 Z*'I 88 "5 Zl 6 M SM 16-3 WM 983 ludy -'iO-S'"r S9S fi-s 89-1 S?7> 368 sri tt'O 98-1 9£o ft 69 Zl-T *7-X fZ-X. GTI EG* es't 6» YL 96 68 OS ll-l 51-5 SM Axvxuq8£ OS-1 Zl-1 fit tz 81 80 I So-1 IS 6b 00 ill 89-3 86. Anmivf ei...

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BOXING. HOLBERG DEFEATS BRONSON. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

BOXING] HOI.DERG DEFEATS MIONSON. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. The. semi-final of the welter weight championship between Holberc (Den mark) and Bronson (Americal, at Baker's stadium, was won easily by Holbcrg on points. The winner led throughout. It was announced that M'Goorty had defeated Da\e Smith in Sydney in haH a round.

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BESSIEBELLE SPORTS AND SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

BBSSIEBELLB SPORTS AND SHOW. Th© annual sports and horse show under the auspices of the Besslcbctto Athletic Club were held yesterday, and a train proved a good success. The irate receipts amounted to £28, being slightly in excess of last year, which was regarded as a re cord. There were good entries in all the classes, the whole of the horses engaged in the various events bcin- | in the pink of condition. For the : 11-stone hack there were fifteen en tries, and the event was won bv Mr. W. Kinghorn. Another event which caused a good deal of excitement was the walk, trot and gallop, for which there were 21 entries, and which had to be run off in two heats. There was a good field for hunters, lltst. up, which was won by Mr. W, King horn's " Jock," -with Mr. Li. For in the saddle. For the horse ovor hurdles there were fifteen com petitors, and after a severe test Mr. D. R. MacLeod's Thf Pearl won, with Mr. W. Kihghorn's Photo second. The open trot was nno'.lier event which crcntsd grea...

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BRIEF FIGHT IN SYDNEY. M'GOORTY "OUTS" SMITH. THE CROWD PARALYSED. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

BRIEF FIGHT IN SYDNs'.V. M'GOORTY "OUTS" S.Mr PH. THE CIIOWD PARALiYSBD. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Thur i lay. Stitenn thousand pcoplo were pre sent at the stadium to-iiitc>it, wlie Eddie M'Goorty (11.4), of America, knocked out Dave Smith (11.1), of Sydney, in one miuuta and thirty BecomlB, for tbo world's middleweight} 1 championship. Smith appeared ner vous, and made a very poor dsfence. Within live scconds of starting M'Goorty landed n solid left hook on the jaw. Smith falling against tile ropes He came out of a clinch daz ed. M'Goorty attacked him again, i and landing blows freely on the fnee sent Smith down three times before finally "outing" him. • The huge crowd appeared to lie paralysed, and remained seated for ten minutes after the end.

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SENIOR AND JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

SENIOR AND JUNIOR rUBLIC EX AMINATIONS. The following* successes of cnnul dntcB from the Hamilton centre aro glcnncil from t-bo list of figures pub lished In connection with tho senior public ami junior public osainlmrtions of 'the Melbourne University .—Senior public—History (pass) : J. Chambers (Melbourne High School). Junior lmb", lie—Arithmetic (with distinction) : Winifred C. White (Hamilton Loroto Convent) ; C. M. Thomas (Hamilton 'Higher Elementary School); A. V. Burgess (Hamilton Higher Elemon tary School); H. S. Campbell (Mr. J. R.'Wilson, privato tutor, Port land) ; H. E. Heine (Hamilton Hiphor Elementary School) ; Annie 0. Moro nev (Hamilton Higher Iilemontary School)Jrimcfl Morgpoy (St. Pat rick's College, Ballarat) ; 2J07 I ( —) ; (puss), Phyllis B«an (H.K.H.8.) ; 'H. C. Evans (Ed ucntion department's correspondence classr) : Olive I.oats (Alexandra La dle's' College, Hnmiltonj ; Rubv G I'^nns (H.E.H.S.; ; Winifred V. M'Kb clwic (A.1..C.). Geography (pass) : A. V. Burg....

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BASEBALL. AMERICANS IN BRISBANE. (Reuter's Telegram.) BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

BASEBALL. AMEIIICANS IN BRISBANE. (Reuter'e Telegram.) BRISBANE, Thursday. | ■i na American DaBOballens nrrlved at one o'clock this rooming. Mr. John Mtf^raw, manager of the New York Gianta team, aays the Americana ore not out to make money, but to Rive on illustration of how the great Am erican game is played. At Hons Kon? tho teams playeil before- 5000 ppcctators. In tho tour 37' matches had Tj't-n llayed, Including several, in Japan. I Tho party numbers &7, Including 20 I women nnd journalists. The pnrtv «•«« public]v welcomed nnd. enter : tiiined, nnd aftTwnrdH played a mat ch. Five thousand persons wire prn s"rt. After a Kvn fame Ihe Glnnls hud tho l'fgt of the White Box by two I rmiH to one in a nlno tunlngf' game.

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BOWLING. RINK TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

BOWLING. TUNIC TOURNAMENT. Four teams, cantalncl ly K. i Friend, H. Learmonth, .1. Ijnvrenrp. and K. Sack, played a rink tourna ment on the looal bowline green yes terday atbernofcm.' The compebitlo i was won hy the latter combination, which comprised Tavlor, Howell, l>. Yonne and Sav;k, who wont through without sullerinj; a deleft,

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S.A.J.C. RACES. NEW YEAR'S GIFT WON BY KADLUNGA. TOTALISATOR DIVIDEND OF £123. (Reuter's Telegram.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. Following are the results of the South Australian Jockey Club meeting, held at Morphetville to-day:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

S.A.J.C!. RACES. NEW YEAR'S GIFT WON UY KAD LUNGA. {TOTALIS ATOR DIVIDEND OF £123. (Reuter'a Telegram.) ADELAIDE. Thursday. Following are the results 'of the Souitf Auat.ral.aii Jockey Club meet in?, hold at Morphetville to-day :— Maiden ±Jiate.—rizan, x ; t>o» Soult, 2 ; PrinccsB . Aura, 3. Divi dindj: A 2/2/ aud £6/9/. Welter Handicap.—Green Seal, 1 ; Rigolttto, 2 Flagfall, 3. Dividends : i3/a/ ard £2/3/. Hurrtli iiaco.—Labald, 1 The AmA endment, 2 ; Wondergi aph, 3, Divi duids : .14 12/ and £■ 1/0/. St. Leonard's Handicap.—Robona, 1 g Madame Dour, 2 ; Triiiga, 3. Divi dends": £123/7/ and £2/16/. r>esswjct St ikes.—'Tudanga, 1 ; Wheat Kine, 2 ; 1'istol Kins, 3. Di vidend : 1/8/. New Year's Gift.—Kadlunga, 1 : Master Maslgwyn, 2 ; H.U.N., 3. Di vidends : .£2/19/ and £5/8. Marino Handicap.—Firsi. Shot, 1 ; Loutar, 2 : Charlatan, 3. Dividends: £14 and £4/9/.

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THE MYSTERIOUS JENSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

THE MYSTEBI0U8 .JENSEN. In connect ion with a magical entertain ment, it is a remarkable fact thatthe lapse of time add* ivglamour td the work of a particular performer. "Who has not hoard, for oxample, (lie old pioneer IdoBcribirig the entertainment provided by Professor So-and-so in the good old'earjy days. What wonderful things were then seen! It is uousc to tvytoconvmcosuchaperson tlmt the art of conjuring to-day and the marvellous application of principles of science to stage illusions have-left the old professor far behind. And yet it is un , douhtedly so. In the entertainment to be ! presented by Jansen, the young American magician, at llio town hull, Hamilton, to night (Friday, January 2nd), a number of feats is promised which would have been »juite impossible even twenty years ago. In recent years there has growu up in America unite a school of young conjurers, who, in the race for supremacy, have left the traditions of Urn old professors far behind. .Jansun in one of these...

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TERANG RACES. POUTER WINS CUP AND FINAL HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

TERANG RACES. pouter wins cup anii final handicap. Fine, warm weather favoured the annual New Year'u Day gathering at the Terang racecourse yesterday. , Tbtre waa an attendance well up to J.he average of the previous two years, good fields on' the whole, and ^n a couple of instances very interes ting finishes. The Trial Stakes brought out ten accuptor3, and the Cup a si Hilar number. Pouter, a metropolitan performer, accounted for the Clip, for which he started favourite, and later in the dny, go ing on), n pronounced favourite, hE scored a victory in the Final Handi cap, another Melbourne horse, Glen holt, occupying second Place. Kyappa, aMy handl il by Alex. Wilson, repf-a t-'d hia Hamilton mucccss with a win in tho Sti plechaFe ; and the victory rf Kylnna in the Hurdli Race was something of a runaway character, as t.ht w;nner led from end to end. Mr. T. R. M'Millan, tho newly ap pointed secretary, comra«nc;d auspic iously, for everything was well man aped : there were no complain...

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INJURY TO FARM HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

INJURY TO FARM HAND. An accident of a most * unfortunate nature occurred 011 Wednesday morning at Mr. Robert Fircsor's farm. On tho Digby road, to Mr. Arthur Brain, a farm labourer from Wallacedale, now employed by Mr. Frasor. Brain was ongaged in hay-cart ing. Tho horses started to move ofT and lie brought them to a standstill between a small slack and tho fenco^ ..There whs barely room for thd wa^j+tfn' to pass through, and tho result'of' attempting to back the horses afterwards wnq toovorturn tlio wnggon, of about two tons* weight, which came down on llje luqklcss man's right leg, damaging it below the knee'very badly and causing a compound fracture. Dr. Scott, who was sent for/ found Mr. Brain bearing Ms injuries with groat for titude, as he was reclining on a couch smoking and making the beat of a very bad situation. Besides fractures there were two ugly wounds and the.pationt had lost a good deal of blood. Dr. Scott at tended to the injuries temporarily, and though Mr. Fraser ...

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WINSLOW RACES. MAJOR EIGHT WINS A DOUBLE. STEEPLECHASE WON BY MOYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

WINSDOW RACES. MAJOR EIGHT WINS A DOUBLE. STEEPLECHASE WON BY MOYNE. I The annual mcetine of the Winslow IRucing Club waB held yesterday, when there was a laree attendance. Fol lowing are the results :— nRUSH HURDLE RACK, of 18 bovb., second horso £3 out of stake. Two miles. F. Heiizlewood's lirn c Wasseca, aged, by General Symon—Hel lene, 9.11 (Cosgrove) ... 1 A. P. Gardiner's b sr Simple Addi tion, aired, 9fll (Cook) 2 W. Lindsay and G. J. Officer's ch m Ornate, 5yrs, 9.'J (Dence) ... 3 i Wish'-one, 9.9, also starte.1. ( Betting : Evens Ornate, G to 4 afrst Wasseca. ' Won by five lengths. Time, 3n>in. 57isees. TU'AL RTAKK3 HANDICAP, of 12 so\s.- fucond horsn f'2 out of sla ke. Six furlongs 50yds. 1 'TV I'armody's 1> h Kmc Kirk, i 4ts, 'y Fnl'tirk—Oracle, 9.0 (Pirrott) ... 1 J. Mnlioney's cli in Bright Kirk, 5yrs, 8.12 (Cook) 2 H. Whitehead';. ch g Scottish Club, 5jts, 7.9 (bonce;' 3 Otht-r starters—Monn Kirk, Wam li„nll, Lady Hamlet. Winner, 6 to 1 on. Won by two kngths. Tim...

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GRAIN SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

;GKAIN ' 8EAS0X. Wo are in receipt of Messrs. Iteltfety and Co.'s annual--jram circular which- is of particular interest, at this juncture, farmers aud others. To those who desiro to hold their wheat the' firm allows tlireo munths'fveo storage on all grain received into store before 31 Kt March no'xt. A lot of UHofiil inhumation appears in the circular, including statistics of the world's whe.it crop, tho Australian yield for the] past nine years, and the production of 1 oats, barley and maize for the preceding ] four seasons, treatement of smut of wheat, i various tables of land and ofchOr measure ments, treatment of sunstroke, etc. I Copies of tho circular win be luul on application to Messrs. ftaltfely aud Oo. Ltd., Melbourne.

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VICTORIA VALLEY PICNIC RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

VICTORIA VAI,I,KY PICNIC HACE Cl.UH. A mDet'njr of the members of the I alio 6 club was held Inst. Hatnrday nven'iiK, Mr. M'Arllmr occupying the «'.l,air. It wns decided to hold the nox'i raea met tint: on Saturday, Mar ch 71 h. nn<l the following programme w;ib drawn up :—Trinl Stakes, Pony Hut, Picnic Cup, Maiden Buck Hace, Members' Plate, Handicnn Steeple chase and Consolation Stakes. All the ftabc.1 have 4>c(-n increased, and the Steeplechase is an open < nt. Tlw following officers were . lecUd :—rr - sidrnt, Mr. It. M'Neill : vice-prcsi iltT.tK, IV'essr i. p. M'Arthnr aid C. H. Fry ■ honorary secretary, Mr. .1. II. M'Arthnr. A full programme will I v rdvcrtis»d l"t-r. The course, which is nil id<-al one. is situated only eichti miles from Dtinkild.

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SUCCESSES IN MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

SUCCESSES IN MUSIC. At Uju lTLvntTrinity Collogt? oxamlna tiona sill iHo Dunlwlri preaonted by Mrs, .1. Napior,. A.Ij.C.M., of Victoria Valley, wlto suoeoHsfiil. Monjia Sculliu Km'iWMl honour# m her class (prepnrutor) division), awl I ho othor successful can didates worn: - lviy/iio Caiueron (inter mediate),! lovothy Overman (intermediate), ! and Doria fcjcluiltze (preparatory). Miss! Viola Napier, of Victoria Valley, suc ceeded in puHping the advanced Honiw test of the London Col lego of Music with honours, this making thin young lady's eighth successive pasts.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2,1914, [A discussion is |>r<iceecliily in the I British Press jusl how concerning the inability of Parliamentarians to grasp those simple fact* which should bo the A.13.C. of ever}' aspiring politician. Ignorance of elemcntals is common in the men who make up most Parlia ments; but in none is it more pro nounced than in Great Hritain. Mr. Humar Oircenwood, M I'., who was among the party that visited Aus tralia recently, anuu'inced oil Ilia re-1 turn to Knglancl a simple but .striking truth when lie said, "The Parliament' at Westminster is Imperial in name, but not in knowledge." llis meaniiig should be clrar to the ordinary intel ligence. Imperialism.is in the mouths I of nine-tenths of the politiciMis of the day ; it is uucU us a text for tlie de liverance (if it lot of sentimental hum bug at after-dinner gatherings ; but in this majority of discs it is as meaning less and vapid as the average nuisic lmll juke. Parliamentarians in all...

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