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JOCKEY INVITES INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
JOCKEY INVITES INQUIRY. At the instigation of K. Bracken, on in-' quiry was held by the stipendiary stewards into the running of Loch Amos in the Hopetonn flup, at Oaulfield, on Boxiner 1>ay. Ttte stewards (writes the •* Artfua c&iu4 to the eoncluaion that Brackeu did htabeatirt win on I.oeh Amos, who was accidentally interfered with during the race. (1.: % telegram from our Melbourno cor respondent. published yesterday, it was stated that Bracken's explanation • was juv repted, and tho disqualification removed >a will be seen from the above, Bracken b&d not been disqualified in this race,)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
SILVER STAR STARCH INSIST ON - LABELLED PACKAGES to. Bring them all to Us—Tiny Tots, Boys and Girls— We'll Shoe them well—and Inexpensively We are featuring: Children's Fcotwear strongly for the New Year. Our Children's stock includes Boots and Shoes'anatomically correct for every purpose and occasion, a&lt;d their chief virtues are Comfort - Reliability - Good Value If you recognise the importance of shoeing your Children properly, you will do well to call in at any rate and just have a look at our Children's Stock. We can give every little foot a perfect fit. A''.-3 Three Reasons why you should go to WHiTE'S for Wall Papers, alt kinds of Glass, and Paiutc ra' and Artists' Material, • I,—Ha, by his practical experience can tell you what is most suitable for your requirements. E'T.—He Bells only the very lwst in e»cli lint of goods. tl,—He charges most reasonable prices. Albert "White, h0Wacoior Merchant, Tel. 158. ©pp. Victoria Hotel, Qray-st. Hamilton; Screw Baggers, Mad* ...
WANNON AND DISTRICT COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
I WAiNNON AM) DISTRICT COMPKTI Trov Tlio first irntcli in this Wannon and Iha tiiol Competition will ho played at the Wnmum against North Hamilton, next Saturday. The loam to represent North Hamilton, who are requested to attend pmetiee eae.h evening, will bo picked from the following:-Muilcy ('->), ,1. HinchlifTe, C. Pitman, J. Gleeaon, L. Pempster. H. Hutehins, ,1. Cull. C. Cull, A. Hark. Neeeh injj,' Muling, Stntehherrv, and P. Keen, A drag will leave the Caledonian hotel at one o'clock.
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. CBy Special Wire.) MHI,BOURNE. Tnna.l,, Messrs. John M'Whtio and Co., stock anil s\mre brokers, "Collins House," Colliiisrstniet;■> Melbourne, report as folltitvq 'M •,,' ' ; Melbourne..Draihways—Buyc-ra 43/1J, sPlleM "13/3, *al«s 43/l>. : . Amalgamated Zinc',— Buyers 27/6, seiVrs 27/9, sulus 27/0. ■ ■ .North" 3'roKcn—Bn'yws 'feO/9, sillers r>J/3. HumPiUn—Buyers 33/6, Millers 33/9, sAles 33/6. iMoitnt Cuthhcrt—Buyers 13/10, Belt ers 14/4, sales 14/. Oathwrt—Buyers 3/7, sellers 5/. Cathc.irt Central—Buyers 34/3, iwll crs 31/7i. •Liunxi —Buyers 36/0, sellers 30/10 J, s.ilcs 35/ and 30/3. Langi I.ORan North—-Buyfcrs 5/4, sillers 5/5, silos- 5/1 anil 5/4.J. Langi Logan South — Buyers 13/, sfllleM i5/. Philippines—Buyers 34/, sellers 30/.
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. To-day's quotations were:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. (Wlr« From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. » To-day's miotations wore !— Wheat—3/5* per bushel. Oats—Milling, 1/0J ; feed, 1/4J per bushel. Hay—£5/10/ per ton. Lucerne Hay—To £3/10/ per ton Chaff—To £3/5/ nor ton. Lucerne Chali—,£4/15/ per ton. Onions—To £7 per ton. Potatoes.—i-'4/5/ per ton. Cheese—Good supply, .dull demand. Prime mellow matured 9d, somt-mut ured to 7d, new 5Jd, special r.d, ex pert 5fd per lb. Butter—To-day sales were oo-.i.'ined to choicest at ll'd. good to 'Jid per Ijargo supply. Special 9Jd, private 10;d per dozen.
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. AUTUMN RACING CAMPAIGN. OAKLEIGH PLATE, NEWMARKET HANDICAP, AND AUSTRALIAN CUP. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. AUTUMN RACING CAMPAIGN. OAKLEIGH PLATE, NEWMARK 1ST ■ HANDICAP, AND AUSTRALIAN CUP. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Follow ng are the entries lor the principal events at the approaching V.A.T.C. and V.R.C. autumn meet ings :— 1 OAKLEIGH 'Fincle Ireland Peck o' Maub Defence Silver Lad Tramantantn Ratblea Naxbery Dhuldul Noble' Bonnie Ooolaonatong Ordinal Adorn Widgiewa .Audacity MiSB Gon-er Freeplay PLATE, 5J furlongs. Mies Melton Pinkerton Aleconner Jolly Beggar Pittsburgh Upright Foar Flush 'NangunLa Queen Philio Quair Burn Precious h-ildalton Lord Walla Spica Rose Royal Arndel Blague Bouohal Machroa Antoinette OstreBsa Avonwort Aboyne lownit Yarrien Gold Brew Traquette Irish Mist Highbrow Handsome Maid Ldpola Trixette Ballysheen Tofua Sunlike Best Scot Lidere Woorak Athenic Arrowform Lord Liddell Bretelle Happy Lady Ruby Hampton Rapine First Shot culross Crosbie Elvanlte Captain White A initio si a Averse Coolagunyah Saracen Lornez Orphan...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FISHING IN THE GLENELG. (To the Editor of the "Spectat[?]r.") [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (We do not in any way identify ourselves wjth tbe opinions o! our ^respondents. We throw our "Orl final Correspondence*? column open to any bona flde person who wishes CO publish his views, and all letters Must be accompanied by the name and addrass of the sender, not ne cessarily for publication, but as a tuarantee of good faith. — Bd. •Spectator.") FISHING IN THE GLBNE^O. (To the Editor of the "SnRnhsiW "i Sir, I wish to call the attention of the fishing sportsmen, in the Wes tern district of Victoria especially, to the followine: facts Some . six years ago the fishing In tho Glenelg river was a thing to "boast about. It was the best river in Australia for fis'lvng—bream, perch and mulloway were causht in quantities. No-.v its plor.v has 'departed owing to tho running of the fresh water creak in to the sea. diverting it from its old course into the river. Since tiun the fishing has 'declined. Expert evidence points to tile fact that the sea bream come into ...
EUGENIC MARRIAGE LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
EUGENIC MARRIAGE LAWS. As a result of the eugenic niarr'atje law in Wisconsin, which requires the medical examination of both applicants for a licence becoming operative with the new year, the State oflieials were besieged on Wednesday until midnight by a crowd of persons seeking permits in order to evade the Act. Those who were unsuccessful in obtaining licences intend to get married in neighboring States, where the laws ate less strin gent. '
CONDAH M[?]SSION SPORTS. MILLTOWN, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
CONDAH M SSION SPORTS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) MILLTOWN, Tuesday A lengthy programme was pu through at the mission station _ c u J January 2nd. "l'here was lav o ; number of spectators. vMptam Crawford, the manager, is showing what can ifce 'done on the station, and the committee were hearti y congra tulated for such a fine day's amuse ment, which was considered >i'jo the average, and although the pri«3 were not large the competitors eii joyed the events, for which a good number competed. Following ace in results :— Novice Race.—First heat—>V. Oar tor, 1 ; W. King, sen., 2. cjtcoud heat—W. King, jun., 1 ; J. King, inn.. 2. Third heat—S. Nield, 1 T. 'Win ter, 2. Final—W. King, jun., i ; . Vv. Carter, 2 ; T. Winter, 3. Boys' Race, under 12—C. Malseed, 1 ; J. Malseed, 2. Sheffield Handicap.—First !>pat— Rivers, 1 ; W. King, jun., 2. Beeoml heat—S. Nield, 1; Carter, 2. ''bird heat—Austin, 1 ; Turner, 2. Final— Carter, 1 ; W. King, "jun., 2 Hivers, 3. Girls' Race, under 16...
CONVICT SNOBS [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
CONVICT SNOBS Tli re has been a movement for Erf parate tables at meals on.ong the convi'its at the prison " hotel' at Camp Hill, Isle of Wight, where an ati-emr t is ma le to reform convicts by special privileges. The more notorious men have for med a dijue. They d:cr-ne to dis cu's sub (-:ct? with mr.n of less rc rvt '. Aprrt (rem this purely pro fession 1 caioupy there are sharp cl avages of opinion, religious, moral and political, which have hten so mar' Pd th"t frrther controwi s-y on gentlemanly lin-.-s is out of the ques tion. '
GOLF. PORT FAIRY TOURNAMENT. The Port Fairy golf tournament was concluded on Monday. Following are details:- MEN'S HANDICAP. 18 holes, against bogey. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
GOLF PORT FAIRY TOURNAMENT. The Port Fairy golf tournament was concluded on Monday. Follow | iug arc details ;— MKN'ti HANDICAP. IS holes, ag I ainst bogey. up H. O Nevett ... 6 It. P. Officer ... 3 J. Lindsay ... 1 O. W." Edjjur Bq Down W. B. Edgar ,.. ... .. ... 1 H.' X). Wilson ... ..v • 1 ,I>.' I el\ert ... 1 1'. Riddock ... 1 J. Whltton ... ;.. ..., 2 A. C. JVurstr ... " '... ... 2 F. O. Mercer ... . :... 2 A. Gbrland 2 , liobeitison ' 3 • 1). S. 'Dale ... ;... ... 4 ' N. W hitehead ..; ... ... 4 .1. H. Murray 4 , D. I,. Uowi.e.l ... - ... 4 C. Tilley ... ... ... 4 > W. H. Melville ..; ... C| ; A. H. Baird ... ... ... 6 H. Troy ... ... ... 7 . F. Parkinson ... 'J MIXED DOUBLES. • 18 holes, stroke . play. N. Whitehead and Miss A'. Whitehead .. 94 14 80 I. Whitton and Miss Young-man S3 I 82 P; C. Mercer and Mrs. Gayer 95 Vs ,82 A. P. Officer and Miss F. Lake 97 LI 86 W. B. Edgar and Mrs. Officer ... ..4 102 15 .87 T. Parkinson and Mrs. Parkinson 112 24 88 B. Calvert and Mis...
MOUNT CAMBIER CALEDONIAN SPORTS. MOUNT GAMBIER Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
MOUNT CAMBjER CALEDONIAN SP0RT8. MOUNT (3 AM BIER PYM.v The annual Highland gathering of the Mount Gambier Caledonian Society was held yesterday in pleasant weather, and \f&B & pronounced success. About 4,600 people attended the function, the gate realising £105, this being JEv ahead of last year.. The principal events resulted:— Novice Handicap, 100 yards—T. II. Stafford I, E. S. Byrne 2, E. Foulds 'A. Sheffield Handicap, 1 SO yards—W. Cowan (I4).l, A. Schmidt (II) 2, P. Burohell (12) 3, A. Dartuody (11) 4. Won easily in 12 1-5sqcb. Hurdle Raeo, 130 yards—M. B. Wudd (ufc) 1. J. K. Hpurrell (9) 2, J. Miller (0) 3. W n easily in 10 3-3?ecs. Burns' Handicap, 440 yards—K. S. Byrne &lt;34)-1, C L. Boase (28) 2, !\ O. Hinton (25) 3. Won by 4 yards in 50 Bees. Thistle Handicap, 1 mile—W. J, Worth ington (29) 1, M. Geraghty (100) 2, J. E, Spurrell (70) 3. Won by 4 yards iu 4min, 29secs. CYCLrvO. Novice Handicap, 1 mile—H. Chalmers (50) 1, N. Vurcoe (100) 2, B. Davie...
CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA. THIRD TEST MATCH. ENGLAND WINE THE RUBBER. JOHANNESBURG, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914
CR(GKEt IN SOUTH AFRICA. . THIRD TEST MATCti." lyN'GLAND WW$'"'THE RUBB$ft. 1 JOHANNESBURG. Monday. . I rfho third 'test match' between Eng land and South Africa was concluded r.n; the Wanderers' ground'' at JTqliaij nrsfciirg to-day'. theli;' sepotid InAings the tjome team 'scored and the Marylebone Eiivej) thus woa By1 91 r^ih'p.' Ttls is, tHe first, o?ca oidn on which England h(ia'won' tlie (rubber in South Africa. ' Eo^owl^g are the Bcores':— '' KN'GLANO. Firtii. inning's V ... ' Sflcon.l innings ... 30$. f "' SOMCH AFRICA. First inniiigg. ... 151 Second Inningg. . • Taylor, cT.ennyson,. b Relf ... fd Ztflcfc, c and b RsU .1. Hands, c Tennyspri, b BflirncB ... Z No'ufue, c Strudwick, b Barn« ... &lt;•. Befeilimont, f, Barnes ... 0 Hdrtigan, c Douglas, b Barnes... ft Nefybcrry, b Barnes ... ... ; .... 13 Ward, c Struiwick, b Douglas. ... 40 Blinejcenberg, b Douglas ... ... 5? Dlion, b Hearne ... ... ,0 Tuckett, not out ... it Sundries 27 Total „• 304 Bowling analysis.—Bar...