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TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
TENMS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. Intending competitors are remindei that entries lor the various events in connection with the annual tourna ment, to he held on Melville ovol on the 24th, 2£th and 2ith inst., close on Friday, the 16th inst.. The Gen tlemen's Championship Singles and the Men's and Mixed Doubles will be played oil the Saturday and Mon day, whil.st the badies' Doubles will be played on the Saturday, .Monday and Tuesday. Already a number of players new to Hamilton have nulli fied their intention of taking part, whilst the local players are iractis incr assiduously eacfi evening to get into form. Kuch day adds fresh en tries to the list, and the success of the tournament Beeilis assured.
HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
HAMILTON-PORTLAND IJNB. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 10.20 a.m., Branx holnic 11.12, Condab 11.39, Myamyn J1.52, Milltown 12.4, Heywood 12.2u P.m., arrives Portland 1.0|. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday (Mixed.) Leaves Hamilton 4.55 p.m., Branx liolniti 5.48, Lomlah G.ll, Myamyn 0.24, Milltown 6.37, Heywcod 7.2, arrives Portland 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mixed).. Leaves Hamilton - 6.5, Branx holuie 6.52, C'ondah 7.18, Myamyn 7.31, Milltown 7.43, Heywood 8.8 arrives Portland 8.55. UP. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Portland 9.0 a.m;, Hey wood 9.53, Miltown 10.20, Myamyn 10.28, Condab 10.50, Branxbolin 11,25, arrives Hamilton 12.1). Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, an. .. Saturday (Mixed). Ijeaves Portland 2.55 p.m., Heywoo 3.50, Milltown, 4.15, Myamyn 4.27, Condak 4.46, Branxholiiie, 5.53, ar rives Hamilton 6.8.
RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON LINE. (Down). Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON LINJD. (Down). Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. (Mixed), Leaves Ararat 7.15 a.m., Maroona 7.45, Willaura 8,12, UlentbomiKon 8.4a, Dun&elu 9.16, arrives Hamilton 9.58., Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sa turday. (Paesengcr Only). Leaves Ararat 2.10 p.m., Maroona 2.-Hi, WilliUira 3.3, Glenthompson 3.36, Dungeid 3.5/, arrives Hamilton 4.35. Tuesday and Friday (.Mixed). Leaves Ararat 2.1U p.m., Maroona 2.43, Willaura 3.14, Glenthompson 3.6s, XJunKold 4.31, arrives Hamilton 5.14. Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 10.25 p.m., Maroona 10.52, Willaura 11.15, Glenthompson 11.47, DunielU 12.12, arrives Hamil ton 12.S7 a.in. on , Tuesday, Wednes day, and Saturday mornings. Up. Daily (Mixed). 9 Leaves Hamilton: 12.23 p.m., Dun kelil 1.8, GlfinthompBon 1.3&, Wil laura 2.0,'Maroona 2.40, arrives Ararat 3.20. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton t.28 p.m., Dun keld 7.13, Gienthompson 7.41, Wil laura S.'J, Maroona 8.32, arrives Ar arat ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
Shire of Dundas. fOTICB TO THH TRAVELLING PUBLIC. NOTICE! ia hereby gives that an} liereon who draw* or carrici ui eaUiM to be drawn or carrleo over any bridge or culvert wlt'oli be ' Shire of Dundas, any ' weight reater than that which appear* in he notice placod on or near an? uch bridge or culvert as the call uad which euch structure Is capahlt of carrying, la liable to a peualtj •ot exceeding.Twentv FoundB (£M). mj order J, A. AtsBOTl', Shir* Engineer. Shire or Mount Rouse. 'IN All NOTICE KB BY-LAW 8 NOS. IS and: 16—WANDERING BTOCK. NOI ICE! Is hereby given that on and after 1st of June, 1910, By-law9 Nob. IS and 16, dealing with .andArln* Stock and Stock Travel ling for Grass, will be strictly en forced and owner* of «tock prom ut«d. Stock drover* are hereby notified to acquaint the Herdsman, Mr. Wm. Mereweatber whose address la Dun eld, by post-card of their intentloi to pas* through any portion ol thr hire of Mount Rous* with travel ■g atoek. By order, D. WALLS, BUI re Secret...
A MOST IMPRESSIVE SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
A MOST IMPRESSIVE SIGHT. " To ontf who has oncti tasted tho joys cf u hunter's life tlure inevit ably cones a longing to take lip ohl life again, and it was on such a tiip in North America a few vt-ars ago, in the Yukon Mountains, that I witnessed a display of Ihc Aurora Borealis winch made a far greater impression on me than any otlur si ght I have ever se^n, either in the animal world or tho world of Na ture," writes Mr. P. I'. Kclous, thu African fame hunter, in tho "Strand Magazine." " It was one night about the mid dle of ^ci-teinher that I behtld ft tru ly niagniiiccn'i display of the Aurora liorealls. Acro.ss the inky blackness of tin Northern sky a great arc of pi re white light was suddenly stret ched, which 1 t up the snow-covered mountains around our camp just as if We had s uldon'y nltrnited the very I'Ctive attention of a gigantic | soarch'iljhi. | " Frcm thi? muiu hotly of this tl'i-.'ouB she t of Hani, great darts i i nd streamers constantly shot sliiv &lt;rin...
DANDIES V. CAPULETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
DANJHI3.S V. CAPULKTS. Tim following U;im lias lieen | i>;kfc&lt;l to ri-pr.scnt tile namlks in their; match against tiie Capukts to take | I'lutt 011 ivMulli oval on Saturday : —.rus. Young, \V. 1). Cabena, A. Ca meron, ![. Ouin, .1. !>';nton, B. Mor I r 9un, T. ) frown, ,.\. Humphreys, •lolin Yonnit, jun., |„ Youn>r, and U. i Macintyiv. ICinergtncy : A. 0. Moor...
HAMILTON V. MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
HAMILTON V. MOUNT GAMBIER. The team to represent Hamilton against Mr. Hayman's team from Mount- Gambier on Thursday anil Friday, the 15th ami ISth insts., will . be chosen from the following Mel- ] ville, Kennedy, llavey, Young, Ul brich, Hippon. Ward. Cain, A. Hock ing. Strungward, Mercer, M'l'lior.son, | Fentou. Dunnon, Murphy. Any. t f th ; a ove unable to play will kinjlv iiu tify the .secretary, Mr. I. HamilUiii.
RIFLE SHOOTING. HAMILTON RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING HAMILTON niPIiB- CIjUB. j The general monthly meeting ol the' ! Hamilton Ritle (Jlnli waa held ftt the miniature range on Saturday .cjrlit last, and was well attended. Mr. G. Greed gave a verv satisfactory re- | port on the receipts of the miniature ranjje, showing that the takings from , July 1st to December 31st were yver j £13 better than the corresponding months of the previous year. Mr. G. Crean also gave a very sabislactory I report on the financial position of j the cUib at the present time. The 1 secretary placed before members a ; balance sheet of the Boxing Duv pic nic. wh-irh was considered pood, as every trophy shot for had to b.; pro ; vkied by the club. The wholo day's ! outinp will leave a very small uobit i balance of about 12/6, the receipts being £3/3/ and the expenditure £3 15/G (iucluding four trophies!. On the table at the meeting was a very handsome cud standing on an ebony ■ pedestal, which has been hanisd in to the club for competition by Mr. I...
FRENCH SPORTSMAN'S DEATH. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
FRENCH SPORTSMAN'S DEATH. PARIS, Wednesday. The death is announced of M. Eph rubsi, a well-known sportsman. t MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. (Wire From Our Corresponded) MELBOURNE, Wednesday To-dav 3o50 fat cattle were yarded, compr.sing 1-550 from New South Wa les, UOO from the North-Eastern dis trict, 2,i0 from the Northern distrlc'j, 3G0 from CJippsland, 200 from South Gippsland, iyid 270 from the Western district. Th» supply consisted of 2500 bullocl'B and 10„0 cows. In bul loc^s a l '.rg^ proportion consisted of good and prime qualities. Prime cows were source. Thi: demand was steady throughout, ami prices ruled at fully late rates. Quotations — Prime pt-ns bullocks £11 to £12, ex tra £12/10/ to £14, good £9/10/ to £10/10/, good light and handy wei ghts £8 to .Ci/f>/, second and in- | ferior from £6, a few puis of good J and rrimo cows £7 to £3, odd I beasts to £11/10/, others from £4. •Fit calves.—600 penned. For good , etjii prime steers and hellers prices ■weixf about maintaine...
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. HAWKESDALE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. j RACING. HAWKESDALE It AO I NO CLUB. The trustees of the Hawkusdale racecourse have .decided to i.xpend ;C70 in eflectin£ several inU)ortant Im provements. A new publican's l.ooth will be erected, while the paddock is to bo enlarged, and a number of shelter sheds lor horses built. 'ffcc work will be carried out before the next meeting, which takes place on Saturday, February 7th, and the in creased conveniences will he r,reatly appreciated by patrons of thi.: ;n o cressive club.
TAX ON BACHELORS. SPECIAL FRENCH IMPOST. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
TAX ON BACHELORS. SPECIAL FRENCH IMPOST. I The French Budget Committee lias recently decided In favour of a tsur Itax of 20 per cent, on bachelor.s over SO years of aee. I There has been for some time past I B Btrcme demand in France for tlio' shifting of some of the burdens of taxation from the shoulders of the heads of families to those of bache lors and childless householders. At. tie beginning of the year a national congress In Paris, organised toy. the Leafjue of Parents with Large Families, ureed this reform, and last year M. Messimy, ex-Minister o'. War. proDosed that a bonus of ,C20 should be civ en per child to Crf. mo thers, of more than four children, and that' the money should be raised by p. tax on bachelors. Figures were published early this year showing that there were. 1,350,000 bachelors over 30 years of Bpe inrFranco and 1,800,000 marriages! jvithout children.
BASEBALL. EXPOSITION IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914
BASEBALL. EXPOSITION IN MELBOURNE. (Wlr* From Our Correspondent.) : MELBOURNE, Wc-rtiw^av. Seven thousand spectators were present at. the baseball matcli mi tho Melbourne eround to-clny. Victoria lailed to score a single run in seven Innings. The New Yorkers male 14 runs in six innings. The American, fielding and pitching was much :ul mired, especially in an exhibition match between the Giants and \Vtuto Sox. | Before the exhibition eame com- ! menced Lord Denman, Senator' Mil len, Mr. Irvine and Lord Mayor Hsnt neasy went on the field, ani Lord Denman pitched the first bail.
COLLECTION OF BUTTERFLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
COLLECTION OF BUTTERFLIES. r A pretty and uiriiiuc collection b( •butterflies, obtain©*} 'ijy ' gihnn,* is now on: vi&lt;iw iii; Air. , C, ^Johnson's window, in Gray-struist'. They comprise rare Specimens fiom Africa, Irtdia, QueenriKwwl, Vic toria, and'tho fever striqft'dn icjcitfi , tiesof the Malay; ArcMpfelrigo.. ; Til© value of the'Irttter is scti^apwu .fit £5, .and the vrttote collection at £10. They were- objects of interest to rimny people yesterday,: the natural; beauties of the insectp Iioin'^' remr.rk--. ably) preserved. • A large Hn6'i snake measuring 5 feet 4 inches was killed at Hoddte lastIvrcDlt. When the reptile ' was; 'captured it, had. a> n:naller snnbe mc.isur.'hj]; 3 fc9t>6 inches' down 'its , throat. . ..■• ..r ■ ■ ... For the five months in which tho : railway lins from Geelong to 1 Ma r'oowa has becn'opened,'. the ' p-ns^e'if" aer receipts froirt '6'e«lonj; and inter vening stations'iter. Mttroona '.HihM.ri te;l to &lt;t301. Tire r.«w'of...