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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. First Day.—Saturday, 11th April. DONCASTER HANDICAP, of 20 sovs each, with 2000 sovs. added; second, 400; third, 200 sovs. One mile. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. First Day.--Saturday, 11th April. DONOASTER HIANDICAP, of 20 sore each, with 2000 sovY. added; second, 400; third, 200 sore. One mile. Plantain, Danalaport, Hunter, Beragoon, Golden Hop, Ethel Buckley, Tofua, My Gavonni, Bellara, First Principle, Ballysheen, Polynesia, Brunhilda, Airifer, Penza, Hartfcll, Aurofodina, lH.B.K., Malt 31ery, Sir Willie, Carnell, Sunlike, John Port, Third Prize, Alfred Jackson, Cared, 3faltehester, Virgillia, Cagou, Canaque, Border King, The Chris tian Brother, Riverbird, Miss T., Warradonga, Willow Green, Athenic, Sound Asleep, La France (imp.), Ligero, Early Hope, Marculfus, Fern, Wannmuine, Sweeney, Sparkling Dow, Nomnbi, Miss Legation, Coruena, Popinjay, Best Scot, Cider, Valido, Arrowform, Multifoil, Kirribilli, Torpen, Secrele, Nuwara Ellyn, Syenetic; Cazaque, Rloyal ferv, Ewen Roe, Picoreur, Marnglie, Beau Soult, Zinti, Kentlock, Pongo, Coradil, Royal Laddie, Royal Seal, Culross, Manton Maid, Reunalf. Tor-. ula, Irish Marvel...
DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
DOUBLES. Tennyson, who resembled Dickens, had, despite disparity of years, an almost per feet "'double" in Sir Leslie Stephlen. Per haps it is similarity of occupation or in terests that breeds resemblance, for Pro fessor Schrader was so like Huxley that even their intimate friend Grant Duff mis took one for the other, and Sir Laurence Alma Tadema was scarcely distinguishable from his brother artist Du Maurier. The theory, however, hardly accounts for the ludicrous resemblance of Edmund Yates and the late Shah of Persia: As to doubles in appearance, Lord Airlie and Sir George Campbell-two prominent Liberals of thirty odd years ago--were so much'alike that even their intimates found it hard to distinguish one from the other. At a meeting in the Corn Exchange, Edin burgh, during the M-idlothian campaign of 1870 after Lord Airlie had proposed a vote of tianls to the candidate, 'Gladstone rose and expressed his.thanks to "my friend, Sit George Campbell, for the kind terms in which he ha...
TASMANIAN TURF CLUB NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
TASMANIAN T"URF CLUB NO1MIN,. TIONS: LA4LCOESTON.-Nominations foi the 'asmaianin Turf Chib Summer ieeliing . losed ..on Tuesd~ty, and total 294, agairst. 3?8 last .si ea.l: ? Lgunceston Cnp.-Stainer,' Miis Trt, Law. renny, Prince Chiron, 'Hugli, Remind, Sirkar, Silver Claim, TruIe Kinight, Leetide, Green Cap, Gohlen Gate, LoCh Amnos, Galveston, Atora, Mir* acle, Delphic, Widden, Sylvanmorc. SSteeplehase.-Busa, Westbank, Steam, IHaw-' thmrn, .F.O.B., Two Double, Westernl Maid, Ru.ten berg, Plimnier, Wynyard Lad, Aurofodale, Tad-. pole, Darrack, W.T.S., Tin Queell, el.da', Coin fusion, The Guide.
THE TALKING MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
• • . --rt~~i~~~ ·k~u·;'~ THE TALKING MMOOi. "Flo does not bark at the moon only sometimes, and then she has some reason." I knew Ned Treves, Flo's master, well enough to be sure that, whether the dog had reason or not for barking at the moon, he had some reason for making the asser tion. Ned was not quite 16, but without being a "calculating bov" I had great're spect for his knowledge of arithmetic as superior to my 6wn,.and his total want of iniagination, in which respect I had the advantage. He was a dry, cold observer withlia philosophie turn of mind. 'This he proceeded to show by taking it for granted that I could not be expected to credit his assertion unless he gave some proof of it. Ic was sitting on a log withL the dog close to him. Hle took her up in his arms and held her head facing the full moon, patting her gently as I thought to incite her to bark at it. But Flo would not bark, but w:hen she could not turn her head aside she did her eyes, almost pain fully straining th...
V.A.T.C. WEIGHTS. Saturday, 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
'V.A.T.C. WEIGHTS. Saturday, 17th January. HiAWTHORN -IHUDLF. Two miles and 6I yards. at. l. " at. Ib. T'he Majestic Nuit 11.- - Goldfish .. .. ;. 9 13 lack London ., ; :- 13 Blind Harry ...9 11 -Domus... . 1013 Enchanted Staites 9 9 Widden .. ;. ,.-10-8 Autumn..... 9 7 Portlock..... 10 5 Darrawa .... .. , 0 Dominician .. .. 9 13 Arcadius ..... 9-.. 90 Recollect.. .. .. 9 13 .KOAIARIBB TRIAL.-Six- furlongs. at. lb. I st. lb. Miss Melton .... 7 11 *Liquation .... 7 .3 Onega ........ 7 11 *Pittsburgh .... 7 - Elthorn ...... 7 4 *Deltlhyris .. 7 0 *Wyneth .... .. 7 4 *Poppein ...... 7 0 Coola?natong .. 7 4 *Egotism .... 7 O. ;Kurrakai .... 7 4 ' Pernickety .... 7 0 *Flora ........ 7 4 *Campus...... 7 0 ?Patey........ 7 4 "Claims maiden allowance. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. One mile and three furlongs. st. lb. st. lb. Royal Scotch .. 9 3 Sylvamnore .... 7 5 The Parisian.... 8 13 Roseview .. . .. 7 5 Wallalo.. ...... 8 - Delphic .. .. .. 0 13 Atora .... .... 8 9 Bard of Avon .. 607 Prizefight...
THE MAN UPON THE PAVEMENT. [COPYRIGHT.] I. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
THE MAN UPON THE PAVEMENT. . . BY MAX PEMBERTO, lilthor" of ,The Garden of Swords," .The Gold Wolf " "The Hundred.Days," - " The Signors of the Night, : &ce., &c. [COPYRIGHT.] SThe man took another turn up and down the deserted pavement, and then assumed once more his old attitude of observation. At her window in the. room above, Olive Morny 'had already determined -that 'here was the house he watched, and she-shivered with an apprehension she could by no .means define. Had her evil dream come true, and were the police seeking her hus baild? She regarded the man closely before she rulled down the 'blind.. EIi. age, he -was perhaps forty. He wore a substantial overcoat to his heels, andi a ibciler hat which was neither fine nor shalbby.- Though a mizzle of rain fell, he carried no umbrella and did not seem troubled 'by the wet. Obviously, he was at io pains to hide himself, and the fact that he watched.No. 9 must have been ap parent to any passer by. Olive saw there c...
A.J.C. WEIGHTS. First Day.—Saturday, 24th January. CHALLENGE STAKES. Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
A.J.C. WEIGHTS. First Day.-Saturday, 2.4th January.. CHALLEKGE STAKES. SIx furiongs. st. lb., st. lb. Cigandra.. ... 10 2\Bretelle ... 7 6 Popiujay ...... 9 10 Ligero . .. -7 4 Malt Mary .. .. 9 7 Bavard ....... ..74 Valido ... .. 9 2 Arrowform .. .. 7 Athenic....... 8 12 Golden Gauntlet 7 2 Golden Hop.... 812 Wishful ...... . . Nuwara Eliya.. 8 8 Monie .......7 (I Yarrani.. .... 8 7 Beat Scot .... 7 0 Oweenee.... ....8 4 Miss Legation .. 7 U Abbcite .. .. 8 2 Portrush....... ?7 0 Brattle... .. .. 7 13 Larelle .. .. .. 6 13 Lady emnfn .. 7 11. Miocene .. . 1in Ruby Hampton. 710 Witchful ..... .. 0 0 Lord Liddell .. 7 10 Renkerna.. .. . 6 0 Cared. .. .. .. 7 9 Rosedrop .., ..6G 7 Brunhilda. .. 7 9 Hobble Skirt .. 8 4 Gibbergunyah . 7 8 hlerringbone.. 67 Former .... ;. 7 8 Kittle ..... ... 7 Ballyahsen ... 7 6 Amuse. . :.. . . . 7 La Fiancee .. .. 7 6 Slecond Day.-Monday, 26th January. AH2NN ERSARY IIHADICAP. One mile anI a half. st. lb. et. lb. Alured .. ... 9 .11 Bootun .. .; .7 3 P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
S LVER STAR STARCH The day that "S ilver Star " Starch makes its appearance in your laundry will be a day of rejoicing. LET IT BE NEXT IRONIDNG DAY. "SiIlvor Sta r" St.arch won't stick to the iron-makes iironing a joy. Insist on I Orillial Labelled .Packets? *1tmmam If you are middle aged, don't look it! The first thought should be LOCIKYER'S Sulphur IhIA RESTORER, with its astonislhing record of 4o0 years' success in darkening luir becoming or actually grey. Lockyer's is often the means of bringing "Grik to thie Mill."' Bottles verywher. 1!O.--[Advt. .
The End. THE NATION'S WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
The End. THE A ATION8 WEALTH. o "i:oug'ly speakling, the income of t·he natlion has doubled in the" last thirty years," says the "Statist" in its annhial review, "but .the premium income of our life offices in this period has increased no less.than 221 per cent. "From all the data available' it is appa# ent," it adds, "'that the savings of the British people in the current year wi.il b6 not far short of 400 millions sterling. which tis eoqual to nearly £9 per head of popu l~ation. ?v, "Less than a hundred years ago the in come of-the nation was calculated to be not much over £20 per head and with such an income it was not possible to save any very large sum, as it. requiired almost the whole of the £20 on the average to maintain the population. :'It is .true that the aaving. at that time were considerable;- but this was made pos sible by the greater portion of the popu lation living in a state of great poverty, and receiving an income which in these days would be regarded as far bel...
JEWS AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
JEWS AND THE STAGE. Mr. Arthur Bourchlier has bcen con fessing to the Jewish blood .in his veins; and it is roemnirkah?l hlow prominently the members of the race figure in the thleatre. WVe have in Enrland, among othellrs, Mr. Lewis Waller, Mir. Arthur Collins, Mliss Jurlia Nei.s.n, and Miss Constance Collier, with IMr. Israel Zangwill and Mr. Alfred Sutro among the dramatists. In America the theatre is practically controlled by, Jews, amre the managers being Messrs. Dan and Oharles Frohman, Messrs. MIark KIlaw and Abe Erlanger, the Harris family, Mr. David lbalasco, Mr. Oscar H-anmmerstein, MessIsr. Weber and Fields, and many others. Mine. Rachlel was, perhaps, the greatest Jewish actress who ever lived. Mme. Sarah Bernhardt is of Jewish descent. and M. IIHenri Bern stein, the popular French dramatist, is a Jew. Dr. Gtorr B]randes, the Danish Shakspearian scholar, who is at present in Enuland, is a Jewr. So is Sir Sidney Lee. another a;Lthorit, on the greatest f English dramatists....
OUT OF DEEP WATERS. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
iOUT OF DEEP WATERS,;.:I BY BEATR1iE PAPRSONS. [OOPY.,JIG HT.] The fine, full-riggedd ship Arranmore, homeward bound with a cargo of wheat. from 'Melbourne, was fighting . her way round the .I:jorn. .. All. the other. nind jammers had left the Australian coast months before, but she had gone into dry dock to be generally overhauled.- There her.rigging was condemned, and she had to wait two months before she couhld be ire fitted. Then she.had obtained a belated cargo, and early in July .pointed her bow to home. It was the month 6f Au~ust when she rounded the Horn, and even t·he oldest hands declared that *is. 'ias the .worst Auugust they liad ever encounltered. Day after day it blew, and it froze, and it was "All hands" so often that every man on board was half dead with weariness. The Arranmore slugged away through it, fight ing her. hardcst to get round, and being blown back whenever she got so far, for more than a fortnight. that the hearts were fairly worn out of the mbn. The cab...
LIBERAL PRINCIPLES [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
MELBOULRNE, SATURDAY, JAN. 17. LIBERAL PRINGIPLES No sounder tc-t of Liheral priuncipci can be dex-iscd .than the question of the franchi e. The fuun;dation of Liberal scn timent is, q i the fic equality of powver, the equality of opportunitj', tempered only by. the n'rtural conditions which are creuted by dillerences in eniergy and ability. It is im90oasilble to secure an absolute equality, in uiew of these differences of temperament and chara 'cter, and also it may bc uaid of enxi oninent. But the aim ot the Liberal statcsman is to ootain this rcs'iu is fair as it is 'fcasiblC under the presen.ct onstructioin of social organisation.. W;ith this purpose leis anxious to abolish. artificial restrictions and to remove tfhe impedimezits whuiich 1)rivilege has reeatcd. He has 'idened the franchise in progressive st'iges until thLee has been givcli to cvcry. adult the rigit sto exercise a snare in the selection of his rulers. All anomalies and ..prfreeences have not yet becn removed, bIu...
THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
•THE WEEK. rT[IE Inter-State Conmmission is at lw;t Sgiving public evidence orf its existence. The subject of tariff refornm ls now to receive direct conSideration, and vi'tnesses are lbcing heard in suppo.t of thle demand for an alteration of "duties w.ith the view fh cifiouraging local production... The chairman has . thought it well to give some information concerning the methods to be followed in the course of the in vestigation. Wide powers are conferred on the Commiisioncers' and they have a. direct judicial anuthority to dcal with all ma'ettcrs relating to trade and commrcce: The upecial liurpose of their appointmentl is to exercise a contirollngh influence which .hall prevent; any exceAcsiVe chiarges, or any preferential treatment. The condi tions of commerce amre-to give equal oiipor trinity to all. . They are gicn a 'wide poIwer of investigbion, and it is under this .authority tllhat, they hive acceted the responsibility of inluiring ilto the uneffective operation of the t...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. labbit -Tr:ps -Ciub Terrace.-Inglis, Smith, Flinder;istrboct E. 'terinsion,' Melbou.izi, hold the patent for. rabbit tiReap your Q . -, .C Querie.s..-Constnit 'Reader.-Whein the wife is left only-i life iriterest ~in. the estate a-nd the r$malnder. to clhildrein', the, original piro iont or the will hold good :a'md c4aslot b :iltercd.. -All that the widow can leave as she pleases are.hller Speirsonal savings. 2. Where the exebiito'i resiign; the appoingment -of- a new a'dministrato . -nust: be made with- the sanction 6f :thle couit. SIn'luiry.-IlS., Buninyong.--The exact date of the arrival tof- the emigrant shilp Mi"t ?" ~,?jrlia,. Captain Baker, which yoic-suppose to haveI. doime dhere in 186i2 or 1l563, .may b a.eertsainaid:fiom a search of the old flies or Custtriis. reoird., :,You had better, write to the Customs, or.Shipping de partment fr .information, and also :ask. ihether it is possiblei for you to. get a.. copy of. your dis charge. There may be a .small se...
AMUSEMENTS THE DRAMA. DIPLOMACY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
. · ·. : ' ? " " ? - ;' :THE DRAMA.. S ..DiPLOQMAC Y. - : . Thec rw-al l -',f 'Diiilomac cadn haIrily be. eonSi~dered ain unqualified suee ..Thoughi Sardoa'frdrima.m..hassnt lost o altbogter the savor of interest, 'and:is at :tthe preseit'm? meat being repeated in London with n tiblid approvaalo the -fascination which attende4. - its oirjinal 'pi'odiation: sianny year-s ago- tr . iio lonner discernible ' Ilhe cleerly ca?. trived. situations bahve lobst much of th?i?'?f intensity. "'he .artificial. nature of the constrtction is more 'plai?l- apparent?') nd. the air of conmviction wlhi-hng'a~ e an: tmpres-:. sioan of realiti to tlhe plot fails to .rak:" any .apearance. The .conflict between?: foreigni duplicity i;ad rnrdish .'dretenesa. does not' engage .the attention as :at old, " and in. the mlannerit is-played we de;em 'to see the 1lurpetes :w&king,. and td ha~e - forced .too ctearly on onr dbservation the - wtay in which the h.trings. are puIued. :.'-loW far tihs 'fault i ...
THE VERANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
Mr. 'Watt admits that he ncver takles anr eliction quietly, .,and confesses that the campaign alwhays takes it out of him..He usu'ally 'finijshes a stone lig'hter than whew he -began. I am not slwprised at. this. In training .a p~ugilist or a jockey to .get off weight, the process is to make the sub: ject sweat as mudch as qossible. So -Mr. Watt's loss of weight is accounted 'for. He wrins :his contest, but a large number of the electors make him sweat for it. This has not; been a particularly rough cam paign,.but it has told on the Premier. IHe is looking too "fine," a trifle ovcr-t?rnrined perbaps, and a little nervy. But no doubht a few weeks' recess, with fuUl enjoyment of the sweets of office, will repair the dam age. Sweets, you know, irE very fattening. Where Mr..' 'Watt is in error-is in assuming that thle weigh~ t he gets off is only physical. In point of fact, if he goes on .dropping his democratic ideals as he has done in the past year or two, he will soon cease to be a m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
MEMLORY. FADES AWAY. . BLtt a .Burlington Art Portrait al-J ways remains to remind you of- the f. aces that are dear to you.. No thing can spoll their beauty. They are lifelike, natural, fult of spirit and effective. All charges mode, rate. I Burlington Studios, 294; BO.URKE-ST., M.ELBOJRNE:. ; -? _ = J . ........ . L --JIL m
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
Special Advertisements. 1&TAT1ONAL T RUSTEEiS .AL1 ciXECUTORS ahd AGENCY COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA LTD. . Capital Subscribed, £160,000; Paid Up, £30,000, of which £10,000. is in the hands of :Govcrnment as Guarantee-I'Fund. . .. REISERfVE FUND, £29,000. Invested ,in Office Premines. D - IREICTORS: Hon. WALTER MADI1iN (Chairmnai and Managing Director), . Edward Fitzgerald, EBq., LL.D., M., Mornane, EJsq.; Hon. Duncan E. M'Bryde M.L.:C.; Henry Madden, Esq.; David Hunter, Esq. The company acts as Executors of Wills, Trustee ..&nd Agent for Absenteca. Office-11S Queen-sGreet (corner of Little Collins atreet), Melbourne. V HE PERPETUAL EXECUTORS and TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION of * p .tal AUSTRALIA LIMITED. Capital Subscribed, £100,000;-Paid Up, £30,000; Guarantee. Furnd, £10,000. IDIRECTORS: W. M. Hyidman, Esq., Chairman; Coiln .Temlpleton, Fsq;;. Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A.; Ularry P. Itenty, Esq. All Executors, Trustees and Agency Business undertaken. Trs.t Moneys to Lend. , -. A ...