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Adelaide Journal (Newspaper) - January 3, 1922, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia i a Complete Stout i a question nip duty by Fred m. White and his wife together with his bad dined on the Broad. � to Wayside a they freq eater did summer evenings. It a Beautiful spot with its persian rugs n store pilasters All a Uncle of pillar and Cream w purple Tautis in the of the Sun setting e gnat cigarette end flapped his Coffee As sri Connie dipped away Down the Ter a Sarden hiring Rupert Roscoe and Las wife alone. Bat there was a Shadow on Roscoe s or that bad been there All Day and it deepened now As he realised that there ally a Bare hour before the coming or Leal. Geraldine Roscoe Rase from Ber hair my perched herself on the Arm of a out Longe in which her husband was Felting. Wife Yoa before because i hate gossip. 1 a we aty Comett he Ahau new marry Rupert Geramine said trembling by. I a id this Esau too late. J know that fan jew Matt speak like that Iri Thoat re i Wen it la Tai have gone too far. Connie is a reply in Jove with Phil Middleham and oct pm my is a terrible Shock to me. Wet a been much fiends Phil has on a when he pleased and you Bare of nuts aay objection. Besides he he in own come from a Tild. And that he Orvea Fer pms mately and inc enemy i am Pai tits and from another Point of View � act Cement Dunse for the girl. Glea fab nor lon Hooke almost Delovely � w in in genl Dise s is As Felt the fragrance of it svenning Over per As it always did on a night like this Tad w w something like a Miracle Hap bets at the married fam. I say oat m5dwreeked Ruth s Hie. Sorely you. _ whisk me to Aid in the Dea traction of Mother White Bosh i a Aati Fiad morn red Geral my. Only i were " t Edear Yokoo went on. We m London this Spring i met Rutt As i told you at the time. But not Tell you was that she was Wihs almost beyond Peru Waon. Of a a it. Aad a suite at the Ritz did the Unver clothing but till she toned and mtg table As if she her master. Which probably of course be was As and witty As end. But she save and that in Middleham bad d properly. Geraldine icy St. Be used to Blay with a set of to totem friends in one m the hotels Here and. One in Fht. Part maid by another girl ribose Curcuma Tantee and environment were Ain Puary like Ber m j k e lost fifty Vonnda. Which of course be could t pay Kiwi of aug Gasi item. Few free of Conne the people w to won it said it did not matter for the time i Mac the trouble remained. You can Miniagi Iii the dreadful state those Girts were in. Then one night at the same hotel Ubea the two were out in the grounds waiting to but in. One of them told the Osier that she bad that morning her debt and that on certain conditions rite would find the Money to free her Friend that is. Lend her fifth a that was Roscoe sniped. Wait a bit. Ropert. The girl who bad and who refused to aay where she cot ifs so Rwy from mentioned the name of a Esit Aiu Man. _ she said everybody knew that the Man in question was very Emch in ton with the Happy debtor and that tub Kaaa waa certain to my her to be his was Long. He had a Good name Aai a pm forma and though the girl a cad Lam Amy much die had never dated to hops a full. Be never knew it. And when � was brought Home to her in wet Breba Way the Scales Feil from her Yas. Udabe knew that she had loved Humb wai7 dearly for a Long time. It came a kor with such a Flash that she was. Naraj blinded by it. But there was some Ute worse than that. Rupert. It was 0m. Bold Aad shameless proposal that Fol my. That unhappy Giri was to refuse inti Riib Hill loved her when the to to proclaimed herself Tobe what was my hearing. Then bespoke Are fee Tow t Bew. Potof himself of no but about his companion and the trouble she was in. Rupert it wa6 he who bad found the necessary fifty pounds which be was under the impression was Only half the amount due. But it was All be bad for the moment and the rest was to follow in a Day or two. So you see How cruelly he bad been deceived. That Money represented a be had in the world his entire savings. Not that be told the foolish girl that she knew because Hie circumstances were quite Fame Siar to her. Now perhaps you can comprehend what the plot was i think so Roscoe said. 1she had lied. Too. And deceived her Lover not Only to free herself from debt but also to obtain the necessary funds to bribe her desperate Friend. Really Geramine a woman who was capable of an act like that " Sach a Nice Girt too everybody thought Geraidine went on so pretty and witty and popular. But let me finish. The Man i am speaking of insisted upon providing the girl 2. Fine weather now prevails throughout sort Queensland and All tit fid Rivers and creeks Are receding. Roy uce a single Man was washed off a horse in Colsum Creek near Miriam Vale drowned in the presen of Bis brother who was unable to assist Hahn. The body was subsequently recovered. Taxation employees at Tennis. Sidney january 2. The last stage of the Federal taxation championships was reached to Day when new South Wales met Victoria in the final match at Sandringham. However after half an hour s play the match Nas abandoned owing to the weather and was declared a draw the Tennis tournaments resulted As follows new South Wales beat Victoria. 37 sets to 35 sets. Queensland beat South Australia Beete to32ets. Fica Queens h land beat new South Wale. 32 Seia to 301 j i newyear honours four peerages. Distinctions for australians. London january 1. Australian press association. The following Are new year honours granted in addition to those already to be Peers. Sir Robert Vivieon the Well known financier who has been associated prominently with the raising of australian Loans. He we created a baronet in 1914, and is in his seventy third year and is a son of or. John Nivison of Saab hard. Dumfriesshire. He married in 1877, miss Jane Wightman of Bis native town and there Are two sons and five daughters. Sir Robert is senior partner of r. Nilwon & co., stockbrokers of London. The heir to the title is the Hon. John Nivison born March 14. 1878. A Al sir James Buchanan a distiller and chairman of directors of James Buchanan & co., limited of London and of Xiv. P. Lowrie & co. Limited. He Wafi created a baronet in 1920, but there is no heir. Sir James was born in 1848, and was High sheriff of Sussex in 1910. He i6 the Youngeui Eon of or. A Exa Dej Buchanan of Glasgow. Or. Joseph Watson director of the Lancashire and Yorkshire railway company. Or. Francis Wiley chairman of directors of the firm of Francis Wiley & co., Bradford. To be Baroness the new baronet cies include the names of Jar. Hyde proprietor of the Birmingham Post. Or. Jarvis director the financial news. To be . Sir Walter Lee Premier Al Tasmania. Sir Walter Lee. has had 12 years of parliamentary experience and has been Liberal Premier of Tasmania for some time. He entered the House of act Sembly there in 191fl, As one of the members for Ihnot a seat he has held Ever since. Sir Walter became Leader of the Liberal party in 1915, and was finst appointed Premier in May. 1916. To be Dame grand Cross of British Empire. Mrs Hughes wife of the australian plane sinister. Mrs. Hughes Bas received Ber honour for Sei yeas rendered in Australia during the War. To be k nights Bachelor. A Large number of get Colemen business men and few Diciero have been gazetted knights Bachelor in recognition of services rendered during the War. These include t or. F. B. Moa Den o Adelaide. Or. Justice Cussen of Melbourne. Or. Wiiiiam Vicare manufacturer of Boney. Or. Lames Coatee of new zealand. Ill. John roes of be zealand. Or. Charles Hawtrey actor manager. Or. Richard jeans general manager of the Bank of Australasia. Or. Gerald do manner actor manager. Or. J. J. Shannon. . Sir Charles Hawtrey. Sir Charles Hawtrey is one of the oldest and most Popi a identities of the theatrical profession. Be will be remembered chiefly for his great successes in the private Secretary and a message from sir Charles is in Bis huh year having been born at Eton on september 21, 1858. A son of the Rev. John Hawtrey an Eton master. _ tie made his first appearance on the stage at the Prince of Wales theatre in Tottenham Street october. 1881, under the assumed name of Bankes in the colonel and since then be has had a Lone list of distinguished roles. He presented his celebrated part of Douglas cat Bennoie in the private Secretary first at Jam Brindle. In 1883, and had adapted it from the German of von Moser. He produced the piece at the Prince of Wales theatre in 1884, but did not play. The run was not successful but sir Charies believed in it and transferred the play to the Globe of which be was manager. It became one of the greatest triumphs of the stage. Subs of enter he took charge of the comedy theatre and remained there until 1893. His nest scene of management after a Lone record of acting parts was at the Avenue in september 1896. With a revival of the private in november 1899, he made his debt As Horace Parker in a message from sir Charles toured America in 1901, 1903. And 1912. In the Las named year he appeared with Maxime Elliott. 6ir Charles has taken part in a number of command performances. He married in 1919 the Hon. Mrs. Albert Petre. Sir Gerald do Maimer. Bir Gerald do manner another actor manager of Wyndham s theatre who Bas been honoured by his majesty is one of the most prominent artistic figures on the London stage. He was born m 1873, and is a son of the late or. George do manner the famous artist of punch author of celebrated sir Gerald s first appearance was at the Garrick theatre on. January 6, 1894, As Frits in an old jew and among other earlier pieces in which be bad s part were notorious a. a pair of spec Tades and sir Gerald has been brilliantly versatile having played in Shakespeare drama comedy and musical opera. Almost at the beginning of his career he toured with the late sir John Forbes Robertson and the late sir Beerbohm tree whom he accompanied to. ,.amanca in 1896, having been engaged by j 1 10 " j 3 5 a red Dodar in Trilby at the Haymarket in that year t o t her prod actions m Waich he has been Jenry la " the dining Giri Julius Cesar the second mrs. M f by t l Tate Jonway in december. 19m, was the c original capt. Hook and or. Darling u in Teter pan made a great hit As a. O j. Raffles in Raffles be died a Greet Royce As Montgomery Brewster in brew to Tom Ster s millions next associated with or. Frank Curson in the management of Wynd am s theatre and played Sam Weller in Bardell v. sir Gereld is p author of a Royal revival produced by the late or. Lewis Waller and is part author with his brother or. Guy do manner of Charles j. And sir Oha Gerald in 1903 married miss Muriel Beaumont a London a treas. 6 sir James Shannon. H sir James Lebusa Shannon . Cd a.. 18071. is a celebrated portrait Painter. He was born in new d York in 1882, and went to London in 1878. For three years be worked at the South a Ken Niton school where he tool a Gold or jul s s. T h 1 m in 1s1 id j 1 to w h pawed a us. Be �2j� at Paris Berlin and Vienna exhibitions. Sir j Ames had painted a Larse number of w portraits and a few subject pictures. He is c president of the society of portrait c painters. B2chtsgt to be . S. Or. Simpson Newland of Adelaide. Or. To. H. Gunson major of in. 11. T. Pat a director general of Public health new South Wales. Or. Paton .5,. Or. R. T. Paton. . , . , . . Fellow of the Royal Institute of Public health has 1 d of -Tor-Generaltgr-0iera.l of Fubini Public health in m new South wave and president of the p Board of health since March 1s13. Re wat l Orn at Edinburgh on March 15, 1866, and b t As educated there and in Belgium. Or. T Aton was government medical office Etc Sydney and later inspector general of hospitals and charities. He is an authority on Beri Beri. Or. J. H. Gunson . Or. James Henry Gunson . 1819haa been mayor of since 1915. He was created . In 1918. Be was a seed Grain and produce merchant and was bom in of English parents in 1877. He has been president of the auck. Land chamber of Commerce and chairman of the harbours Board. Order of Merit . Sir James Matthew Barrie the famous author of Auld my licht idylls � "4 a n a _ window in thrum and Many other popular novels. Sir James is 61 years of age. It is 35 years since his Firat novel better Wes issued from the press and lie is still a popular writer. Companions of honour. To be companions of honour of the British Empire professor sir to Terry John Newbol mja., d. Liu., ll.d., barrister and author one of the most vigorous of English poets author also of Many works of fiction based on naval and military life and vice president of the Law records society. Or. Joseph Bavelock Wilson ., . For South Shields since 1918, president of the National sailors and seamen s Union and Secretary of the merchant seamen s league. Sir Walter a . Lawn Tennis. Suburban championships. Hearty congratulations Are due to the committee of the Kensington gardens Lawn Tennis club for the unqualified Success they made of the initial suburban championships tournament. There has always been in South Australia a great need for a second big meeting on gras and the one just concluded vie a most delightful provision. The entries for the three champions air events were excellent and the Progress of the rounds was witnessed with intense interest on each Day during the holidays by Large numbers of people. The Best attendance was on monday when All the finals were played and much excitement was evinced in a number of very Good contests. Lie honour of being the finst Holder of tie suburban championship cup for singles fell deservedly to e. T. Rowe who for several years has been just on the verge of securing a state singles championship. The doubles were captured by g. K. Thomas and g. 51. Hone add in the mixed doubles e. T. Rowe was again to the fore being partnered by an sex lady Champion of tie state miss Sharpe. The various Handicap even of were fought out keenly to the end. Compliments Are due deservedly to the grou Udman for the splendid courts he provided. There Ere tour at the gardens clubs and notwithstanding the heavy work they had to undergo during the week or 10 Daye they lasted admirably. All the arrangements were perfect and it was evident that in . W. In. The Secretary and or. Cowan the chairman of the Tennis committee the club have very hard workers and splendid organizers. Nothing went wrong and there was not a participant in the tournament who did not engr Cut the Hope that the same club would e placed in change of the meeting again next Christmas. Many people somewhat belittled the innovation when it was finst suggested but they have All been silenced of the huge Success from every Point of View. A word of Praise is due to the lady members of the us for the work they performed in providing afternoon Tea Tor to Large a number of people each Day. They did wonders and were rewarded by the acknowledged appreciation of ail. Thanks Are due to the Secretary of the . For Bis regular attendance and useful suggestions to the committee. The play in the finals. The final of the angles teas Between e. T. Rowe and c. Start and. Very properly the match went the whole distance. At the outset both men were seen at their Best and the first and second sets provided an exhibition of the singles came which was Well up to the Best standards Ever attained in the state. Both men were right on their Mettle and the full length drives placing recoveries and general tactics were of a High order. Stuart got away with the first set but Rowe evened no matters in the secon daid there was nothing Between the two men. At that stage they went to the net at every of Peng and some very pretty Cross volleying was witnessed. The Strain was severe however and both men suffered from it. The weather was very hot there was but Little wind and the players made the Pace so fast that after the second set they were forced to slow Down As the Effort was taking too Muca of of them. This suited Row better a a he kept getting everything Back from the base line and waited for Stuart s mistakes he won the third set and when in the fourth the score was 51 and 40 15 in his favour Many of the spectators vent to afternoon Tea thinking All was Over. Three or four times in that fatal seventh game Rowe had the match Point but Stuart staved off the evil Day. Grade to t 1 1 t to overhaul f e Rowe. He took Gamel n l after game pied no his opponent s match Points time after time and eventually got level at 5 All amid Ucb enthusiasm. He actually won that set at 86, after a most Brilliant exhibition of Shiek and determination. It was a great feat. The Effort was too great however and Rowe again went right ahead in the deciding set. A ?4, Thi f t T e made of mistake. The Finai of Dumble was Between of. K. Thomas and g. A. Hone and g. M. Odea and c. Garner. The Standard in that event was not As High As it Shosid Bare been however and All the men have been seen to better advantage. The Best player of the four and the Only one to show real and consistent Merit was Thomas who was the deciding Factor throughout. His partner As usual extremely Brilliant at. Times especially at serving and smashing., Bot otherwise his game was Patchy. Neither u data nor Garser took the opportunities offered to them and the Start Mangodt iwas below their average. The big pair won in three sets although they Luid a narrow escape in the third set after Bavm secured a Long Lead. In the mixed doubles Rowe and Mise Sharpe won two sets straight from Roberts and mrs. Hack. Both ladies Are sex champions of the state and All were delighted to see than again on the courts. Miss Sharpe played splendidly keeping the Ball Wec away from Roberts and making the most of Ber great knowledge of court tactics. Mis. Hack was very sound with the forehand but constant attacks on her backhand were successful. Rowe played the better of the two men although As had been the Case throughout the tournament he made several disastrous mistakes in dealing with in the Handicap events the Pride of place was deservedly accorded to or. D. R. W. Cowan who was in the three finals. He lost in the singes to Angel to whom he had to concedes Good Start. He won the doubles and was forced to scratch in the final of the mixed doubles owing to an injury sustained on saturday by his partner mrs. Arshall. The president of the club or. J. H. Vaughaa also played with Wondern Cosa Teiky and secured one final was eaten in another and had a very close atch in the Semi final of the third. After the last match had been decided a number of handsome Prises were distributed to the successful competitors by he president of the . Or a j i � be -. Who heartily Eong Ratu. Ated the committee on the wonderful Success of the tournament and the groundsman Pon the condition of the courts throughout the meeting. The Large number of spectators present i it no to the finish greeted in winners with loud applause and at the conclusion cheered or. Roberts and the embers of the committee of the Dob appended Are the results of the matches played on monday Surgi pm be t. A beat c. Start s-6, 6-. A-4, -8, _2. My s m tej and c. Pm or Bat d. R. W. Cowan Aad b. Keluy 6j, 6i, 63. . Tomii 3. M. Hone c. In. Cd and a Turaer 1. 1, 86. Mixed Dobbles t owe and miss slump beat �. X. A dams and ack. A s. Of i Handicap . A Rel beat h. To. W. It non Al 46, t men a Handicap . R w f cows and it. H. Eci Aej beat j. H. Vat Faan and w. Atic-1, s. 61. Mixed Dot a h. Of Miv a. Bur on . B. W. Now to and re. Marahall incr. T f h 1 Estern australian Tournai k ment ended. Y ?. Perth january 2. The interstate Lawn Tennis tournament hich has been in Progress for a week was included to Day. In the mixed doubles championship final mrs. Mather and Gibbs eat mrs. Rowe . And Mills 63, 6, 61. In the australasian singles championship final Gemmell Defeated Edeman 75, 61, 64. The contest for he ladies doubles championship final resulted in miss be me Esnier and Ibbs beating mis. Adams and miss Twe free .64, 76, 62. Doctor wee you Are certainly looking Mediuch Kofta better Al Leinthan it at and expected Tio uni . Patient i think that is because i of owed the directions on your medic be doctor Verr Likely what were hey patient Momiy keep the Ottle tightly corked g f t v b w f b a 5 w b h w athletic champions. More records broken. W the thirteenth ii ennian australasian Amateur championship track and Field games meeting was concluded on monday at the Adelaide Oval in summery weather. The attendance was not 60 Large As on the opening Day nevertheless it k d a y t t to i. J sport on saturday Ana on a t track said to have been unequalled for Pace in any of the other states it was quite expected that additional a records would be broken and that actually of t curved. Curator Wright was eulogized on t p All hand6 for the excellence of the running e area. Or. Richard Coombes Sydney. O again acted As principal referee and among p the Large number of visiting officials were f messes. E. S. Marks. Secretary of the s Amateur athletic Union of Australia and i jew Zaw t h Fergusson manager w rlj6 w u 1 w a e the 100 2?�, r f c s is n Wales b. J Sparkm s b 8 s b fros be l x v a t f the t new zealand team r. Wish Mia Delegate and w. C. Thompson manager & of the Queensland team whence w sport terminated on saturday new South was leading in the shield competitions with 6 firsts 2 seconds and 1 third and Victoria had 3 firsts 2 seconds and 3 thirds new zealand 2 seconds and a third and South Australia e second and 3 thirds. The position at present is Sydney 10 championship wins including one under protest Melbourne 5 and new zealand 2. Keen interest was manifested by the spectators in the various events and the management kept the Ball rolling in commendable manner. Excellent sport., the first event on monday was the 75 Yards Handicap for which 12 smarted divided into four beats. The final was Between h. A. Pink port Adelaide. O Brien a. J. Naylon Adelaide harriers and a. L. Harwood East Sydney. It was a spirited contest and the Quartetti finished in the order named. Pink whose time was 7 7-10s., had half a i b w do d a c a b of Vard to spare from o Brien who beat Naylon by a foot. The 220 Yards championship of Australasia followed. A dozen competitors from the various states and South Africa toed the line. The Lareis Lay finally Between j. E. A mining a e. W. Carr . ,. D. W. Gale v.1 j. W. Bakes South Africa. H. P. _ South Africa and h. Nicol a. The Winner turned up in Carr by five Yards and Gale and Kinsman were a stride apart for the next position. The australasian record of 21 4-53. On a straight coarse was reduced to 21 a. The Hanmer throwing championship t was disputed by a quintette. L. A. Rouse a won easily with a. Beautiful throw of 120 it. 10 in. His other two hurls were 113 it. 5 in. And 117 it. 7 in. A. E. Wilson of the Adelaide police Force threw 89 it. 7 in. In Bis Best Effort and. A second. S. Williamson Aiso of the police Force was third with 72 ft., and had 10 inches to the Good of p. Anderson a. Rouse is a muscular Man of 18 St. 2 lb., and has been a Blacksmith practically All his life although at present he is engaged in a brewery. He is a specialist in Hammer throwing and has tossed the 16-lb. Missile 140 it. In Bis Best Effort. His style was most impressive. In an Effort on monday to reduce the australasian record of 157 it. 10 in. P. Byrne of Western Australia he did not succeed. He had comparatively no difficulty in ousting Ibe opposition of the Dav however. Another victorian a. W. West was the Best discus thrower and won the championship with 107 it. 4 in., with a. W. Reid ., 92.9 second and route v90j third. West is a fireman in the metropolitan brigade in Melbourne and is a powerfully bit athlete. His throwing on this of canons was wonderfully direct and even and equally As noteworthy As the Hammer work of Mcrose. He won the recent victorian Charri Enship with a performance of 109 it. The local competitors l. E. Hogg Wil Amson. And Olsson All constables threw 81.6, 81.2, and 67.10 on monday. Four of tie eight entrants for Hie running High jump Champor Muhip submitted themselves for the test. R. V. Harbison Vij was the highest reaper 5 it. 10i in. G. W. H. Butler and a. V. Howell a tied at 5�. And i. I. A aright a dropped out at 5.7. Harbison is a. Very grateful High flier and lie pot to within a Quarter of an Inch of his Sydney Success. _ the Field a the Quarter mite championship Grer hurdles was reduced to six and f. W. Edwards . At the finish had a couple of Yards to spare from l. F. Edmunds with l. C. Bonnet . A Good third. The time 58 1-ss. Was a state record. Seven answered to the Call for the 1.000 Yard s Handicap and w. T. Morahan Borlase and r. B. C. Herbert port Adelaide were the beet of them. A Sidse finish was seen Between second and third. The new sealanders came into Winnie vein for the first time at the competitions when the half mile championship was appropriated from eight others by c. H. Taylor Wellington in hollow fashion 20 yanks to spare. A. H. Hutton . Was nest and j. H. New Man third. The tone 1.58 1-5 senti another state record by the Board to the tone of 6 3-5e the most arduous journey of the afternoon for runners was the three Miles championship for which 10 stripped. In the summery weather it was a Long tiring journey. When half of the course had been completed 50 per cent of the company bad cried enough and another one retired before Home was reached. R. M Webber landed a second Victory for new zealand and in Soch grand Voyie by. So Yards in 15m. 13 l-10s that he was accorded an ovation by the spectators. His was a really wonderful feat against such hot rivals. It was the most popular Victory the whole of the raft Bot Sprinc Bri Lover and materially reduced the state record. Webber who is 21 years of age hails from , and has been running for three years and judging by his remarkably Strong showing on this occasion should be an exceptionally hard nut to crack in future. F. Kob Man and f. W. Page both from Victoria bad a spirited tussle for second honours which fell to the former by 4 Yards margin. R. E. Graham . Was fourth. He was the Only other one of the id starters to finish the gruelling course and although he was tailed on his performance nevertheless demonstrated Bis stamina. In the club Refoy race of a mile the Adelaide harriers and Glenelg nominators apparently deemed discretion the better part of valour. The sooth africans 6w? harrier i. Yda. T 4-aa. Finai Pink. O Brien. A Ron. 1 7-Lfc. Won by a Marti wih a oot Between eco 2 r Xvi Trier a. Fun riot off to i a1j �. Bumping. E. V. A to r r s e c o n d hot in.\. ,3. Bates t Start Africa 3ito or a. Ard. Third Beai a. P. Kia Owr Africa ii. Sicoli i a i 2-ss. Real for. Al Kinsman. Rum ire. T Rne 21j. Won by Ive Yards v the a or d. Below Eek Ani a new record Beisber Rhc Neo Effii time for of trill Zellard Ein 21 4-s" by a. A. Woo 5ew South Wales hut Aon Cair Hort into and Fer Gibbon. Time 2m. 40 4-go. Won y 30 Yards. Mile walk . B. Parker founder protest for interference t. H. Rell . G. Wilson the visitors entertained. A pleasant social gathering As a wind no o the competitions took place at the Rince of Wales hotel Angas Street in the vening. Or. G. C. Campbell president f the .a.a.a. Occupied the chair and proposed the he eulogized the Ine sporting spirit evinced throughout the ports fixture. Messes. Ira d. Emery manager of the springboks was presented Ith faille cup gift g. Mostyn Van for the team Victory in the relay Ace. The Toast of the winners of the Hield . Was proposed by to Sythe Captain or. Be t 0 n Carr who it Dpi a l j s f t m so f Ade 1 Laide. The or und Man or. A. Ngh was also commended forthe exc interstate party will leave by the Melbourne express ibis afternoon. I t w e e d v a l e k i n g s h i p. 0 won by t. Weyland. In contrast to last year at Tweed Vale Hen Over 2 in. Of rain fell on new year and spoilt All outdoor sports the local eople on monday had a most enjoyable a of Sunshine. The Lovely Valley looked t its Best and More than 1,000 people congregated to watch the sports and the annual kingship Rifie match the interest eing Well maintained throughout the Day yer �43 was taken at the ates As enhance Money. Among the spectators was or. Godfree , and or. A. Von Doussa. There is no better supporter of sport in the District than the latter gentleman and be presented a Gold medal the Winner of the King s. The usual pros Sion took place the riflemen and others escorting e. W. Fielding Winner of the King s last Yea headed by the to Sunda brass band to the recreation ground. This place was until recently held on lease but Bow it has been purchased and the local committee Are making extensive improvements. On somewhat of a slope there is a lot of grading to be done and by Means of working bees and other efforts much has been accomplished. Pipe Refea Are a King headway and they will afford Welcome Shade in the. Future. However there is plenty of Scribi immediately adjacent to the grounds and this Fonfield a plea Aat picnicking ground. Here was e Long and varied programme of sports. An interested Spectator was or. A. R. Fergus of Goodwood who was among the Best Long Dis tune runners of Scotland in his Day and held the record for one hour covering Over ii aces in that time. His time for 10 Miles was 52m. 48s. In 1904 he was the Champion lightweight Boxer of the Navy and army having in the previous year been Rucker no. His Brothe was also a Boxer atone time having been featherweight Champion of England. Or. Fergus was in the famous charge of the Black watch in the South of War and was one of the few survivors. " the shooting the shooting was in charge of a Strong committee consisting of messes. W. Rohrlack president. Klein Schmidt vice president. Rob Lach a. Hannaford. H. Sicker Dick. J. Mines t. Watkins a. Watkins. C. W. F. Schultz e. Watkins n. Klose. O. Miser h. Klaer. And f. W. Jantke Secretary. Official scorers messes. E. Spoehr and e. Marks blackboard scorers messes. W. Klose and j. Berih. There were 47 competitors and shooting was punctually begun. The targets Are in the crab but the wind had a. Slight effect on the flight of the Bullet and a Mirage was somewhat troublesome. Riflemen quid Kiy found the 2 in. Centre and anything away from the Blade meant a Man being ont of. The running. In the first round the re were three scores of 75 to. Weyland w. Liebelt and w. Schra Pel. There were 24 other competitors who made 70 and Over. After a adjournment far luncheon the second round was. Begun in Good match conditions. T. Weyland kept going Well but others were also in the running. A. Liebelt followed 72 with 75, and his 147 waa equal to the winning score made by Fielding last year. This remained in the Lead Tor a time and then w. Liebelt followed bi8 75 with.73, being one Point the the Good. Then t. Weyland was the Only one who bad a Chance and be wanted a 12 to win. However he was More than pm to the occasion and a steady shot brought no the 13, and he was the Winner with 2 Points to spare. His was a popular win in fact every King s Winner is heartily congratulated at these meetings. He has been shooting for Many years with the Hahndorf kingship club and for the last four years has averaged 147 for All monthly practices. Be won the King s at Tweeddale in 1920. He was fourteenth to Ambleside last week with 142, his shots were first round is 13, 12, 13, 12, 1275 second round12. 12, 13, 12, 13, 1375 this total Haa bees passed once in 1903when t. Dier won. Others who made 75 were of. W. Jantke j. A. 5. Wittwer w. Spoehr and a. Liebelt. More than half the scores this round were Over 70. There were 21 prices and it took scores of Over 140 to get into the prize list. For the first time it was decided to count out for Ali but the first three prizes the value of shots being taken in inverse order beginning with the last. Thus if a finished with & 13 he would take precedence Over one who had 12 for a finish. On this occasion there were no ties until fourth and fifth places and thus there was no shooting off. Hie first prize was �15 and a Good medal. Prize winners 1st 2nd. Round round. To to. T. Weyland Hahndorf w. Liebelt Hahndorf a. Liebelt Bandorf c. F. W. Scot ult Tweeddale w. Spoehr Hahndorf j. A. E. Wittmer a Abadan c. Nettlebeck Lun Nada 73 73 15 m. Esis Tenn 73 145 w. Dehl Hahndorf. N 72 145 in. Schrapel Anunda 75 70 1 e. O. Dab Hahndorf 72 5 e. A Nett Terbeek Toranda w 78 145 h. Biggin metropolitan. 72 it it l. L. Watkias to Ardvale 7s � 1u q. Faehrman Hahndorf 70 74 144 e. Watkin. Tweeddale 70 to 144 a. W. 6ickerdick Tweeddale i. S Anna Ford Tweeddale f. W. Jantke Tweeddale o. E. Juttner Anunda b Stetzel Beik Hahndorf w. Bohrloch Charleston j. H. Trotts Taronda a. B. Prtrt Cert Tweeddale 3. A faces Tweeddale o. A. 3 arts Hahndorf e. W. Fid Dlug Rohrlack Charle Atim g. A. Martin Hahndorf Klose Tweeddale k. Bendien Haj Rodarty. �. A sith cake Hahndorf j. G. Aea cd Hahndorf u Boerth Tweed Sale e. W. Of Roeyer Tai Ronda j. Watkias Tweeddale 3, later i to Anolda h. B. Sicker Dick to i Ediale c. Bathman Tweeddale 75 75 180 7s 73 148. 72 75 147 73 74 1 71 75 1 70 75 is to 73 143 69 it my 67 75 18 71 71 142 70 72 112 to b 143 72 70 142 n to a ton. 71 of 14 w m w go to 1s� As � m � m 71 ids does 157 6 71 Las 38 to1ss 70 64 it 5 w 184 i o is 1018b. Higgins 147. Isno a. Tarlach 145 1920t. Weklind 14b 39h-e. W. Keming 147 1922t. Weyland 150military Hatch. X Mahdi we Alao fined with service Risea and w waa timed a Mililay Mahdi eight Shote were tied at 900 Yards. The fint Price waa a Gau medal presented by or. A. A Tujak other prints Weie provided actor Diimig to Enaes Reoe Irei Here were it Campeti Toi Bot Veaulta woe not available. Athletic sports. Attractive programme offered for a Detis a mate bios she Forth excellent entries and interesting finite were i treated in Many in Tanc s by a Large crowd of Spect tact. He sports committee Wen a Tess. P. Minor Rue k. Minogue v. Kramer a pkwy a. Bew a. Sinkin Sylb ?. Ride q. Pfeiffer -2nd l. Joftis be Secretary. The read Ltd were 1 to Yards Flat . Polden 6. To test. Boys tinder 14-e. Grimm x Appleton. Gills Oder 14.d. Mui ogut s. Bojc under 18.it Mason s. Smith. Tweedle Gheo eld Handicap s5 Yards. To Rel Soond ret heats. . Be oops beat. Poi Den l. Wakefield. Third hss-4l maroc a Jenkins h. Hill second booed. It beats. Tamer u Poi Den. Dec Ted heat l. Mason Wakefield. A. Jenkins. Vinal men l. Kaeon s. Turner l. Wakefield. Giri under . Applets u. Bomb Voder 12.m. Sandford g. Grebes. Bowling Oon Teit a. Adder Dot p. A Dafena i at Cotton winding mrs. P h m s t bind . a. Ent a hurdle base 195 . Klaer b. Buji Flat base 220 Yar
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