Elephind.com contains 112,986 items from Hamilton Spectator
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
TENNIS. ANNUAL TORUNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
TENNIS. annual tournament., Mcmliera avo romimled that a mooting of nil jiitorwtwl in tho. holding of a social * ovenin" ihirin"- the ahivo tournament will lu> luihl at Moivillo oval oil 'luesday ovon in'Briext!iit 8.15 o'clock. A largo ttttond ance of those interested is requested, as tho form of tlio .■voiiin-will then he de cided '»n«t tho various details arranged. Entries tor ttw> various fivents arc still oomiiig in, I'lit in order to assist the lion, sorivtavv's work all those who ciui are questod to forward their entries-ear y. l.ocaf players are particularly asked to as HiRt in this dilution. Entries close nest Friday evenhfe. Tho . trophy for tho "entleuioit's championship m connection with tho above tonrnnient has heen donated hv Messrs. .f. Thomson and Co.
TERRIER COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
TERRIER COURSING Terrier com'sinpf will lip hold in the Friendly Hoeieties' ground this afternoon, when! t lib principal event will he the .I,:\di(ts- lirarelet. (the sift ol Mr. J. Wether With two other events, viz., lu.U Ktnkils'and Consolation. Kntries will he repelled on the ground. 1 he first pur of dogs iirn to he 'ii 1 lie slips shortly utter two o'clock.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
Funeral Notice. McPHEE. - The friends of Mr. Alexander McPhee are respect- fully informed that the Funeral of his late beloved wife will leave his &nbsp; &nbsp; residence, North Hamilton, This Day (Saturday), January 10th, at p.m., for the Hamilton Cemetery. FRANK GREED. Undertaker. Telephone 24. . Hamilton.
BOHEMIANS V. LA MASCOTTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
BOHEMIANS V. L/A MASCOT fli. The above teams met for che i.r^t time this season on the lower owil on Saturday afternoon. A goo 1 v ic kct liad been prepared by the care taker (Mr. Geo. Bdmoudson), but a strong north-westerly wind made scoring difficult, with the result mat both teams were dismissed for com paratively small totals. In the an-1 sence of the captain (W. H. Mci\&lt;'ini1 La Mascotte team was skippered by . the vice-captain (G. Kennedy), j^av-l ins first use of the -wicket he unt Laxoa and Davey to open to the noiv I ling ot IJlbrich and Rippon. W1 • only eight runs had been scored, hoTT ever, the former lifted one ir-nn Rip-/ pon, and was caught at cover point I after malting five. Kennedy jound Davey, and the most profitable pait-! nership of the innings re sulted. When 31 had n-cn' reached Davey stepped in front ot u last one irom uloricu, and was out leg before wicket. hlien he had 26 to his creuii Kennedy followed suit, and was gi\en out leg before WLC.iet t...
HAMILTON V. MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
HAMJLTQN V. MOUNT UAMBIER. J A two-days' match will be played on Melville oval on Thursday and Friday next, when Mr. Hayman, ot Mount Gambler, will bring a strone team of cricketers from that town and surrounding district to meet a team representine- the local associa tion. The Hamilton team will, un fortunately, lack the services of sev eral of our most prominent cricket ers owing to their being unable 'to participate. However, their pliirei have been filled by some of the most prominent of the remaining players from the various local competition teams, and a good match may con fidently be looked forward to. Kol lowine are the teams • — Mount Gambier.—W. p. Hayman, H. IS. CJlover, H. Lawrcncc, H. Jcnn, J. Pick, P. Irons (Mount Gam bler), P. It. Lee, R. Honey, S. N. Kkltnan, H. Maparoy (Nnrracoortc), Dr. Curtis (Pcnoln). Hamilton.—H. R. Rippon, J. \Y. Dunnon, A. Ullirich, J. Yonng, Ij. M. AIncPlicr.-fon, K. 0. Mcrccr, 10. Dnvcy, J. Strimgwnrd, T. liniiilaw, H. Cnin, T. Brown. Kmcr^a...
CRICKET. PENNANT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
CBI3KET. PENNANT COMPETITION. Successful bowling was the &lt; rder of the dav on Saturday, Ik-u com paratively small scores were ree.iater ed on food wickets. The only ream to reach the century in the first in nings were the Capulets 011 Mel ville oval, 'who at the close of the first day s play appear to h jid a winning lead over the Dandies. On ehe lower ground the Bohemians (the unbeaten team to date) went uncer ill the first innings to La Mas-, cotte team. Both made small scores in their first attempts, but i.i their second innings L/a Mascotte team had lost four wickets for 102 runs when time was called.
CABINET CONSIDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
j CABINET CONSIDERATION. The Cabinet attain considered the situation to-day, after which Mr. Smuts, Minister of Finance, aud Mr. Burton, Minister of Railways, left for .Johannesburg. Imperial army officers have had theif leave withdrawn, though the Imperial troops will\bc used only .1=1 a Inst resource; Delegates from ' ail parts .of the Transvaal are assem bling for the- Federation of Trailcs conference on Saturday. The sale o£ arms has been prohibit ed. A committee of public safotv 1ms been fornwd, headed by tlie mayor of Pretoria, for the maintenance c>; or der. Air. Wade, Labour lqa'der or Ger miston, has jbeeR arrested on a chAvg>. of making a seditious speech.
MOOREFIELD RACES. JANUARY HANDICAP WON BY MULTUM IN PARVO. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
M00REF1EL1) HACKS. JANUARY HANDICAP "WON 13 Y MULTUM IN FAHVO. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Snturday. Tlio above races were held in line weather, and tliere was a lar^c at tendance. Following are the re sults :— Flying Handicap. — Miocene, li Happy Lady, 2 : Brunnhilda, 3. Win ner, 5 to 1. Stewards' Mile.—Miss Mooltvi, 1 • Owccnee, 2 ; Beck's Lager, 3. Win ner, 8 to 1. Juvenile Handicap.—Viburn ltn, 1 • Crail, 2 ; Silver Beach, 3. Winner, 4 to I. ICoenrah Stakes.—King Murillo, 1 • Osterley, 2 : Wishful, 3. Winner, 7 to 1. January Handicap.—Multuin !n |Par vo, 1 : Kilmeadon, 2 j Its Funny, 3. Winner, 7 to 1. Welter Handicap.—Hobble SKirt, 1 ; Boomalli, 2 ; Coronata, 3. Win ner, 4 to 1.
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. AFRICAN RAILWAYS STRIKE NEARLY ALL TRAINS CEASE. TRANSVAAL CITIZEN FORCES CALLED OUT. JOHANNESBURG, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
RHUTKR'S TBLBGRAMB. AFRICAN RfllLWflVSiniKE NEARLY ALL TRAINS CEASE, | transvaai, OITI'krn korurs C'aijIjrd out. johannesburg, Kri'luy. All trains on the Rural, with the exception of those carrying mails, have ceased to rim. A proclamation has called out tho entire citizon ai'my of the Transvaal on the ground 1.1.at serious disturbances are anticipated. The forces are now jruardiiif» the coal stores. All is quiet at the Rokl mines. The situation at Bloomfontei'iv is serious, the men in all workshops .'.vinK struck. Armed polico and a contin Kcnt of the "defence force arft gtnul inj* ttio station. Only one-fifth j! the employes at Durban responded u. tho call, and the rest "decided to await, n lyallot. A jjanRer discovered three sticks of dynamite and detonators on the Lui Pardsvloi. line just before the arrival of a crowded- train irom Zccrust.
BOXING. M'CORMICK BEATS SUMMERS. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
BOXING | M'COKMICK BF-ATS SUMMERS. ^Reuter'p TVleernnO SIDNEY, Saturday. An the s'a'Iicm in the presence of l'.OOO ]eo,le, the welter weight championship of the British Empire whs won Tom M'Cormick, 10.5, of England, who lent Johnny Sum me's, 10.1°, of England, on points in 20 rounds.
FULOGY OF DEAN PARKYN. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
FT-J,n~.V OV nPANf PATiKVN. k Hrmiilton Anq-licnns to whom Ten P.arkvn. who is rrtirin.-' from active church work, 'in the BftUnrat Sen, iq well aciua'nted, will apprec iate the 'following eulogy of him. which aorearert in the ■ " Church Chronicle " "'H!s creat, pulpit power, known and admired through out the ComTOhwe.ilth. quickly brought. him Vefore the mind of the church-going community. All who have hearrl tho .Dean rememlior him anil remember him to his advantage nnd their own profit. ' Hir deep sense of sympathy, nnd his peculiar charm in expressing it, have enshrined him in very many hearts. People have prized the frionlshin of the Dean at all times ; in anxiety or sorrow lie has become linked to their deepest flections hy an imperishable bond. The gracious nnd ever-ready hospit ality of the deanery has made it a hpuse of 'delight for great numbers of the clergy and others. His mar ked service to the diocese, as an. un e.'l railed commissioner for special funds, makes n. perm...
THE DANDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
THE DANDIES. The announcement that Mr. Ed ward Brauscomfct's versatile tnter t'.i n?rs', tlie Dandies, nr.- to appear at th? town liall to-nigh'/ has set local residents, on a qui vive of ex pectation. Thi> happy knack of iressnting e-\r. changing repertoires of 1 right, breezy songs which one so often" hears at. the Dandies' enter tainment is solely due to the agents of Mr. Emnseombfi in England and America, who are continually send ing-out fr.sh supplies direct from tli.v theatres abroad. Many of 'the numbers are snic'ally written for. the Dandies, and one ran always rely rm non'.ethin? new and original a:, these bri»ht entertainments. The droll com°diars, Harry Dercvtack, Gordon I ennnx. and Dnn Hardie have . p wonderful s°Lction of sketches and bi'rlpsniu's, of which they make a scimlit', mid they can ' lie assured of a most enthusiastic welcome. Ma'sip. Gmy (souhrctte) is a charm in? little lndv, who sings some- pret ty songs and performs dainty dan Ci!.5 ; May filnry (contr...
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. ASPENDALE PARK RACCES. HANDICAP WON BY YENEDA. MELBOURNE, Saturday. Following are the results of the above races held to-day:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. RAGING. ASPENDALH PARK RAC136. HANDICAP WON BY Y15NEDA. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Saturday. Follow ins: are the results ol Hie above raees held to-(lny Maklcn Piute.—NoMe Uonnie, 1 : Kurakai, 2 ; Wyneth, 3. Winner, 6 to 1. Won liv two lengths. Steeplechase.—Enchanted States, .1 Sonny B., 2 ; Powerful, 3. Wi'ir^r. 7 to 1. Won b- fifteen length*. Ivin Darius and Canvasser tell, anil U.it li. ran oil. ' Aspend.ilo Plate.—Mimlui, 1: K is nv, 2 ; Lipola, 3. Winner, S to 3. Won liy a length. Aspendale Park Handicap.—Y'Vioi'a, 1 ; Atom, 2 ; Delphic, 3. Winner, 1 to 1. Won bv a head. Asprndale Purse.—Miss Mol, 1 : Ac tive, Lad, 2 ; Maldja, 3. Winner, 6 (to 1. Won by two lcnsrths. Jumpers' Flat Race.—Widden, 1 ; Merry Monarch, 2 ; Strathdoon and Ulind Harry, dead beat, 3. Wiv.ucr, 6 to 1. Won by two lengths.
STATE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
STATE LAND. TAX. j Persons who owned land at 31st 1 December Inst of an unimproved value exceeding. .£250 are liable to pay. State land tax for the cuxrcnt. year, 1914. No general returns are required to i;e furnished to the Com missioner of Taxes. wlio will make his assessments upon his official re cords, whifth are based upon the land tax returns furnished in 1911, BiiPr-leniented by notices of change ot ownership given by vendors and puichasers of land in the meantime. iN'otices of changes of ownership ef fected by sale and purchase of land in the year 1913 are required to be given to the Commissioner, not later than. 3lst January, 1914, otherwise the Commissioner's assessments will be made as if the vendor were the owner at 31st December, 1913. A very larg.e number of such notices has already been received by the Commissioner, but it is feared many sellers ami purohasers have not yet fulfilled their obfigation in this' re spect. The notice requires to bo signed by both seller an...
INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
INCOMK TAX. ' ,, of the present jnonth intimation was conveyed of ficially that HtiUe income tax forms covering Hie yen,r 1913, couWbe 'ob tained cm applying at tho local post •oilice. -Numerous enquirers had to lie toM, however, that they couM not he supplied, as tho Tocal* officials lui.1 not licen provided with the con sigrmcnt for * distribution. The forms have new arrived; and may he iol:atine.i at the counter of the post office. ,
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIA TION. The fortnightly meeting of the A.N. A. on Thursday evening was well attended, Mr. E. W. Holder (pre* sidenb) in the chair. Clearances v. «.re granted to Messrs! M. Carroll arid'Mi Keen to Briehtou and Donajd respec tively, and Messrs. W. ' H.' Atchison, J. J. Hughes, B. L. Forrest," /j Henshall, jlirr., V. W. Simpson, aiiS A. S. M'Pherson, the two first-named, on clearances, were elected lull belli)* fit members, and on.3 uropos'al "was recolved. The secretary prcsejitjd the balance-sheets for the previous-half year and twelve months; which fallow ed that the -memberBhlp had uecreaiv ed, largely owine: to clearances, but l the funds had risen over £200 • Cur ^ the year. 'Arrangements were J [ made for tho holdiup of (lie A \T.A. day social on .1 nnuary 22, to which members' wives iind Truly' friends tiiul members of the A'.W.A. are iiivitid. A proposal to aliolislii presentations liii connection wjth the brunch v,as de feated. A resolution was carri...