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ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

By CROSS COUNTRY. Two records were .brokcn by .the American team of athletcs ait Wairorapa (N.Z.), on New Year's day, F. A. Powers winiting the EtO yards in 1 m'n. 5, see., or 1-5th sec. better than. tihe previours New Zealand record; and R. Templeton. g.ttin: over 11 feet 2 1-36th in. in the pole vault, beating the iustralasian best of 11 'feet 1 . in. Ttle ra suilts were: 880 'Ytards Handica: p . :A. Powers (Amerita), scer., i; C. Laroche 0NZ:.), 55 .yards, 2; G. t11. 'Tressider; 3i yards, 3. Trime, 1 min. 5i see. I'ole V?ault': R. T-mpleton (Ainericca), 1I. feet S1-16th in., 1; G. Harvey tN.Z.), 10 f(eet 9 in., Competing at Warg-nui, Templeton won. the high jump at 5 feet 10 in., while Power, rannin: sple?ndidly, casily ivcn the t80 y. rds.ha'ndicap. . 'lhe BIandigo Caledonian Society pro ided s ]arge programmeos f sports on New Year's day, a hiti her of Metouirne. rtnflers m:iking the :rip. A:parit from the sport, tie v:sitors were well ente:taril:'c by thei local atlletes, who ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAP SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

. TRAP. SHIOOTIHC. BY "EESEE." Th" M-lhowure Gnu Club signalives the opening of the New. Year by holding two. £10 handicaps to-clay (Snturdluy)-one at sparrows stid the other at starlings. Two omiubiitionis and stars are l Towed in each event. 'l'he Iesendonz Gun Club -.hld06 two open £5 handicaps o0 Satind is last. Competitors rolled up in large unumbcrs, and the shooting was cery deaclly. The 1crtt cevst conclu'hed at 6 kills, J. Brewer, J. F'. Balhnrry anuiT "LItteral" livid inug 'he f'r-t three prizes, taking 121 6/8 oich. The .otlir two prizes of 10/ each went to (t. Guest amii "lH-rrv'." The secucul event lasted eighteen roiuid, thcc mien -"Alum," "JTin'" and "FredL"-havin'g thicns to themsnelves after the twelfth tour. Allacn" imnrsecl his eighteenth bird, anl the other two, killi ig, diriuled four prizes, taking £2 5/ each. 'liCe other 10/ wCnt to "''Allan." SweepitaLkes were won or clivilici by ''Jim,'' "Allan,'' ''Ifarry,' "Newport'' and "Sport." The Northloto club commenc...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. BYtif CORDITE. Two State rifle associations held their annual matclhecs during tile holiday Sea:Lsonl, viz.. those of Western Australia and Tasmania. The former meeting was very much smaller tihan on prerious occasions, owing partly to tihe incon-eniene of the new ranlrres at Osborne as compared with those at Karrakatta, which were recently com pulo'rily close?, alnl also to difficulties exLsti.ng between the local military and rifle association authorities. The King's prize was won by D. ones, of Coolgardie, with 270 points, there being a tie for-second place between G. Millington, of Menzies, an( Constable Simpson, who were oaily one point behind the whilter. The conditiou were seven shots at 300, 500 and G60 yards, fifteen at 700 yards and seven at 800 arid 900 yards. The Grand Aggregate was won by Constable Simpson, with 405 points, Bugler Trenmbatlh, 401, being se cond, and D. Jones, 401, third. The olub teamn ' .atch was won by the Police club. In the first tag...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

TUWF TOPIGQS There appuearsf to be no sign of the ,labate ment of the boom in i'acing, at all cvents for some time to come, and the nomina tion, received on Tuesday for the three important handicaps to be run at Caulfield and Flemington Autumn meet ings show a substantial increase compared with last year, while the class of horse shows implrovemeht all round. The New: marlket IIHandicap attracted 116 entries, as lgainst 02 in 1913,, while for .the Australian Cup thrbecwas an inicrease from 44 to 66. There are, as usual, some smart sprinters in .both the. Newmarket' Handi cap and Oaklcigh Plate, the nominations for the V.A.T'.C. event including the Ily ing Traquette, winher of the Maribyrnong Plate, and the smart Sydney colt Woorak. The meet~ing of the pair in the event:would undoubtedly create considei'ablc interest. The Newmarket candidates comprise Jolly Beggar, ,yho was narrowly defeated last year by Relievo; Aleconner, Ireland, Andie losia, Royal Scotch, Desirc,: who. won the ra...

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STUD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

STUD UOTES, fY POSETDON. Yence'a, wlh wori the principal race a." Mioonce Valley. and Mentone on 27th ult., and last Saturday, is one of t'he' oldest Traquairs now ri.cing, though only 4 yea~gis old. Up? to the. preseot Traqluair's stoclk have no, raced on,. th0tigh alinost invar ably specially brilliant as two-yea0-olds; Thelre.ore it is -atisfaetory .to find ar. sn of the defunct son of Ayrshire and Chelindry giving every promiseobf racing on. Yened - is a 'bay horse;, bred in 1909 by MrI' Johni O'.Kcfc , then at St. Albans, Geelong. He was .catalogued for sale at M?essrs..WmI . C. Yuille's auction of yearlings'aRt Newmiarket; on 6th MIarch, 1911, 'biot was not fsen?t up. IMr. O'Kccfe had hhini trained fo' a, time by Bdb Toiwnson, and i-aced' the colt with only ainoderiatc suec.s. Suibjoined is his tabulated pedigree: _: '.. ~ Y i . ." , • . .-: YB?F_?A. (Foaled ·"9th·· September),. 1909), -. • ? .. . . 1 ? " · , -- Wobdny3mphn r ' . Traquai r -. Bn: Bon ttc'.: Bcauchamp .. .,hcla...

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RACES TO COME. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

RACES TO COME. JANUARY. AOpendlale Palk Pac ng Club (Sat.) .. .. ** **10 l Pert Fairy Rancin Club (Sit.) ... . .. *- * *10 Moorefield Racing Club (Sat.) .. 10 3\lelbourne Trottin'; Club, at Richmnioid (Mon.) 12 Rainlboav Turf Club (TuIE.) .. *.. * . . 10 lKilmore Turf Club (Werd.) .. ......14 South .Gippsland RI1acing Association (Wed.) ** 14 Newstead RJaciing Club (W & .) ..U.. , 11 Tr'fal.'ar Turf Club (1hurs.) ..-.. .. ·* ** *. 15 eictoria Amatexii lurf Club (Sat.) ......... 17 V 'uj irnahool Racng Club (Sat.) .. .. ... .. 17 W3arwick 9 arm R acine Chab (Snat) ..... .. 17 atzrrov Racing (Olab (Mon.). .......... 19 A.J.C. Aflniteia'ary Mveting~ (Sat.) .. .. ., .. 24 Re'uulla IRaciung Club (Wcd.) ..1.. .. .... .. 21 N~iull 11 ie Clu b (XWed.1. .. .. .. 21 Outtrimu Ilnan Club (Wed.)... .. .. .. .. .. 21 Rochester Jockey Club (Wed.)....... .. .. 21 Caclong Racing Club (Fri.) .. - ;. ·... .. .. 26 (icelouig Ilacing Club (Sat.) .. .. .. ... 24 Yiarraaonga Turf Club (Sat.) .. .....

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STIPENDIARY STEWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

STIPENDIARY STEWARDS. The rctirement of 3Ir. S. Glriffiths frcim the position. of. stipendiary .steward and the vague and nuinsatisfactory reason offered in explanation of his action raises anew the .luestion of the control of the turf. Mr. Grifiths conmplains that he found his positioii uncongenial and nnsatisfacto-y. This is a somewhat cryptic utterance, and capable of many interpretations. Does it mean that he could not see eye to eye with his colleagues, and-found himself always in a minority ? He has been given the credit. of being the most active of the triumvirate, he most earnest in searcnhing out suspicious circumstances, and the most insistent on the need of investigation. It may be that this was the 'work he found to be uncon genial. But inasmuch as he knew the nature of the duties hIe was expected to pelrform, and accepted the position with a clear understanding on this point, it is not easy to believe that this is the true reason of his throwing up the job. He was well ...

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INTER-STATE, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

INTER-STATE, ENGCLISI! AND FOREIGN RAGINGC. All tile big :racing iii Sydney is now ever until tlhe Aniversary meeting of the A.J.C. at Randwick on 24th and 26Lh inst., and the dwellers in the City of the Beanti fid IHarbor will fer three weeks have :o be content with minor suburban fixtures. Tlhat ocf Sautrday last was at, Canterbury Park, where, notwitlostanding the surlcit, of racing at 1Bandwick d(ring tile holidays, there was : very large attendance, though the weather was threatening. Fields were well inaintained, and the racing was in trcsting. \VWht might ha\ve proved at very bad accident occurred in the Juvenila Hlandicap, in which there was a lield of sixteen, Cahlaious, 11artrup, Tau and Dukle of Sparta falling, but, fortunately, none of the four jockeys, M'Keown, Kenny, Lees and the ex-Victorian B. Cain, was serioualy injured, thoughl Cain had his left hip Ihurt a.nd Lees was temporarily s!;uimed. After the Flying Handicap W\. M'La:cLhian rider of Maalt Mary, lodged a com...

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SOCIAL CIRCLE [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

P Qi' i ~-· gg·:I~ c~~-;r ~ ~5~ ,S * ;T~C;LI~P II 8~CIETY LETTER: Dear Cynthia, Gove?nment House was the centre of con siderable interest on Tuesday. In the morning-or rather, just after noon-tihe Governor-Gleneral held an investitutre, in the course ofr which Sir John -Hackett's conors were confirmned, together with those xnfcrred on (olonel David Miiiler and Commander S. A. Petheri'dlge. The cere mony is a quire impressive one. and even the most confirmed Radical is sIightly awed by the dignified little company in the spa cious State drawingroom. It was men rather than women who made the investi ture picturesque as.well as impressive, ~their' -niforms making vivid Gplashes of color in the gathering. The Governor-General's t~uiform was blatck, with white and ilver facings, but hie was the excep tiou who proved the contention. Lady Denman wore black, while nearly ali of the few women pcsent were in fashionably un obtrusive garb. The investiture was ~ol lowed vby a lnndie.eon party, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

!SUPE~RFIUOUS HAIRS. Their Cause a-. Cure explained in' Madan:e g. DIgnc's "'N?w Tailet Booklet," speonlly written fur Aujtrala-si? and New Zuealand. Womnen. Thhi i! i1 be posted to any addrcs on receipt of id. a-thm. Self-ct:re Hnnedly cures all eases. No tilurcs. Posted anywhere, 5/8. 1PIADAMEf B. ~iiLeEGENE liair and Skin Specialist, 201 PUNT-lOAD. RICi{MONI). VIOr'ORTA. (Later 1l& LEabethst., and 7 Swanmtcat.). W?IEN are opeiations dangerous? Alivays-thero i Rlway?o isk and danger, but te w'ogcn folk, ewing to~ their finer nervous aysteio, the risk it treater. The L~dies' Colleg~e of Health is. fl;,h ing strongly against surgical op-mrations Con women, and ,uts forward as an alternative the Orange Lijyiomoe treatmen~ tihat has.worked magnificent cuzr-e ers operntionas were held. to be tlhe:only reomedy. A: bok, telling all a ut.t? hia treatument eant free to any address if 2d. is remitted fot osetage. Sen. letters to Dept. EIlL..Ladies' (Col. t~~Uege( of H isbjeth-ptreet...

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AVIATOR COMES TO GRIEF. AN ADELAIDE SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

AVIATOR COMES TO CRIEF. AN ADULADE SE'SA\ TION. Farly on Friday - moi'ning A. W. Jones stnarted from Cheltenhamn race course in his biplane, and after a few circuits rose to . a great height and made for Adclaidc. Sixteen minutcs !ater. he was back over tIe course 1fying beautifully,' when snddenly the en ine 's~topped and -he started to volplane, with only the force of gravity v to help him. A glist of wind struck lthe .mawhine when he? ais 70 feet up, and the biplane dived nose. firt to earth and then turned com pletely over. 4 rnush was made to the spot, and one of t~he motor cars that brought vitors dow{n was hurried up. The mach?ine was lyin in 'a lnaddjock' erus-hell and maimed; while Jones la. jroainn, just clear of one of the xwin?s. HIe was raised, and as the shod l3asseCd off he declared he was all right. His firt-t inquirs was con cerning the maclhine. He sufflerd pain in one arm; but declared lie was quite well save for bruir;a. He walked with assist .'uce to t:he car, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

'" " '?"':"'"'""""? "?"'"'"'. .. . . ". * . .:. . ·i ,· , . · Don't begin tile Newv Year "making a do of it" with that old suit. It's no empty "talk" to say that your present wcar apparel is a mighty. imiportmit matter. IHave your New Year suit saggy and seedy, and the iun pression you create MUST be of the same ortd i. So-get in tune with the time--p~ut yourself abreast of the fresh young year just starting-rbe znewly tailored now--Better Still, Be "Lincoln-Stuart" •Tailored. "Lincoln-Stuart" Tailoring .GIVES ,MORE iti. (Quality and Variety of Materials-~in Clas.s of Outting and .Fitting-in ('rade of Making. And-Satisfaction is Guarantecd ALWAYSY. Just WrPite for 3Patterns of the Magnificent Newv Year Suitings we are now showing. They're so Gocl atndl So Varied that if they don't provide, what you want you won't get it elsewhere. There's no Barrier of Cost-We're Certsain to plea)5e yo i ao~ LOURI Price, from ., .55/ to 110/. LINCOLIN ' STUART &Co. Pty. Ltd ,'LINDEBS-STREET,...

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AUTOMATIC APPARATUS FOR RESUSCITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

AUTOMATI'C APPARATUS FOR RESUSCI TATION. For resuseitating the 'icLims of driowning or asphyxiation a German scienti-t Ihas de veloped an apparatus whlich comlpressc?s and expands the chest autonmatlicaly, and which places the body in a \variecty oI p!o,~i Lungs Ilave a Tendleny to Expand when Dlodj Is Brought to Slightly lecclinilng Position. lions so as to stimulate the circulation of the blood. The victim is strapped secure ISy to the table while it is in a horizontal position. 13y means of a lvcr tlhe table is brought to a vertical position, and tie chest is compressed through the weight of the body as it is supported against the straps. This causes the expulsion of the water or gases in the lungs. After 20 or 30 seconds another movement of the table In this Position the Water or Cjas is Expyelled from the Lungs. brings the boldy to a alightly reclininlg posi tion as shown ill the illustration, a posi tion in which thle chest has a natural ten th.ney to exland. The reversal fr'o...

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TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

TURF NOTES. Aspctidale Park races to-day. ,Beragoon was on Monday scratched for the V.R.C. St. Leger. The light weight K. Bracken left for Sydney on Thursday., Riding honors at Mentone last Saturday fell to XW..Foulslham, with a firot and a thilrds ,Mr. John Wren left Melbourne on Mon day hy the Sydney express on a visit to Brisbane. SEntries close next Tuesday for the Fitz roy races, to be held on M6onday, 19th January. Mr. R. G. Casey, chairman of the V.RI.C., returned to Melbourne on Monday by. the R.M.S. Moi'rea. Mr. Thos.V. W. Moule on Tuesday received 89 entries for the Oakleigh Plate, to be run on 14th prox., as against 81 last year. fThe winring jockeys at Mentone last Saturday were J. Kelly; P. Kelly, Jos. IHiggins, WV. Foulsham, F. Clarke and J. Redfern. SThe booths and other privileges in con nection with the. WVoodend races on 28th inst. will be sold by -uction at Keating's Hotel, Woodenld, on Monday next. Mr. A. H- Cox has awarded Atora top weight, 10 st. 7 lb., in the ...

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FINE ART IN MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

FINE ART IN MEDAL8. An intcrlnational sllow? of medals, re cently held by the Numismatic Society, his lone mnucel to open the eyes of American 'mateurs to the beauty and diversity in beauty possible to small sculpture in re lief., . , , K ,, I .om time to time the Numismatic Society issues plaques or medals; so does, ut more rarely, tne tlrouer ,lmuU. .L1u new "Circle," as it calls itself, the Oircle of Fricils ,of the Medallion, has just is sued a medal in celebration of Motlher hood. The obverse shows a mother caress ing her child, the reverse a nude Cupid on the clouds blowing a trumpet. It is by Mr. Victor D. Brenner, who has made many-bcautiful pieces for the Numismatic Society, the National Arts Club and other organisations, as well as plaques in memory of Whistler, of Carl Schurz and of Abra 'ham Lincoln, not to'speak of larger works in the round, such as statuettes and groups. ...af

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WEDDINGS. MARSHALL—ATKYNS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

WEDDINGS. MARSIETALL-ATKYNS. A wedding took place at'St. Michael and All Angels, Polwatte, Colombo, Ceylon, on' Saturday, the 29th November last. Mr. Arthur Henry Marshall, of Messrs. Hayley and Kenny, was married to Miss Elsie Kate Atkyns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A Atkyns, of' "Neama," Studley Park-road, Kew, .Victoria. ' The large attendance in church testified to the popularity of the bridegroom. Mr. Marshall, who is a son of t'he late Colonel Wim. J. Marshall, is arin old resident in Ceylon, and a prominent member of the- mercantile community. He was a well-known cricketer at one time, and has always identified. himself with sport in Colombo. The Rev. W. Henley officiated. The' bride, who wore a dainty Wivhite dress of crepe ninon 'and Limerick lace, and hat to- match, was given away byi her brother-in-law (Mr.' Stanley C. Gar rard), who, with his wife (a sister of the bride), accompanied Miss Atkyns to Co lombo from Victoria. The best man was Mr. E. T. F. S. Harvey, of' 'Me...

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ROHWEDDER—BRYANT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

'ROHWEDDER-BRYANT. The Fullerton Memorial Church, Crown street, Surry Hills, .Sjrdney, was prettily decorated on 10th December, :the occasion being the marriage of Dudley, only son of .t;e late Mr. and Mra. D) HI T.' Rohwed der, of Melbourne, andl Ethey May, eldest daughter of Mr. S. Bryant,. M.L.C.,. oif Sydney. The. ceremony was conducted by the Rev. D.-Fenwick, assisted by- tha bride's uncle, the Rei·. C. T. Bryan:t. The bride, who was.given away by :her father, was attended by two brid~smaids, .Miss Mildred Bryant (her sister) and Mi's Hilda Brook?. ' She wore a gown of white crepe de Chine, with an overdress of MIalinies lace, tte court train of white ciharmeuse being caught° un wih clusters of orange blossoms' and pearls. She also ?ore- a wreath and ,). A diamond ring and a s)hower -bouq .. of white .carnatiorns and lilies of the valley ~were gifts from the bridegroom. Tlhe bridesmaids': wore frocks of white ewmbroidered voile, arranged with satin cashes. Their preaents from t...

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FASHIONS. A SPORTS GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

FASHIONS, A SPORTS GOWN. This wve should have fashioned in the new white pique that does not crease or c-rusx, absolutely the only extraneous decor ation being large mother-of-pearl buttons that are brought -into practical service on both bodice and skirt, for the latter is so arranged that. the side-front-' seam can be Ieft; .unfastened at the hem if .desired. The'blouse bodice. carries on this side fcont opening, the rather. low-cut neck fin ishing- 'with. a falling collar. of the piquc, a patch pocket and ordinary shirt sleeve with buttoned -wristbands concluding the workmanlike story. And to impart the requisite touch of re Iief we want our tennis girl to wvcar a neck tie, bclt,, and handker?hlief in some brighbt becoming color,.such as old rose, saxe or Cambridge blue, tangerine or-olivce green, the nuance repeated in the band on the hat of plaited rafia.

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LADY'S COOKING APRON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

LADY'S COOKING APRON. The design shown represents No. 115 of "-Everylady's Journal' Paper Pattern%, and is cut ini one size only-medium. This pattern is one of an outfit of •nine tested patterns-"Utility Outfit"' No. 16 cut by one 'of the most experienced dress makers in Australia. The complete outfit sells at 2/6, but the single pattern may -be bought separately for 9d. Single patterts and complete outfits, or either, will be sent post free if 9d. for single pattern,; or. 2/6 for ontfit, is senit to Department "C," Sainston-xitieCet. Melbudhone. Local dlrapers will supply free catadogue. of puttern de ogrn, or one will be sent by post if one penny is forwarded to above address.

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WENMAN—DICKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

WVENMAN-_--DCKINSON. The marrTiage took place in Melbourne Jast week of Mr. CharlesA. A Wenman, the J. C. -Wifliamson Ltd, producer, with Miss Flossie Dickinson, the bright young- Aus tralian who has appeared with success in Clarke and Meynell and J. C. William' on's productions .Mr.. Wenman and his wife were the recipients of good' wishes anrid congratulations from members of- the pro fession in all.parts of Austra!ia, with- whom they are exceedingly popular. Mr. Wen man's last big- production-is the. FIorty Thieves pantonime, which is .packing Her Majesty-s, Melbourne, and has ,o far beaten the financial record of all its pre decessors in pantomime at Her Majesty's for the correspondiing period.

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