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BRITISH AIRSHIPS. CONSTRUCTION AT BARROW. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
BRITISH AIRSHIPS. CONSTRUCTION'AT ba.rrow. LONDON, Thursday. , yickcra Ltd., "a'j "Btirro'W-in-Fu'rn c.RH, arc constructing a rigid' airship vfrlth n speed of 53 miles ppr hoar, It. is of 1000 norsc-powfer, 540 ffet '.ong, nnd of 850,000 cubic feet ca pafcity. It will carry ft- crow ol' 15 nnd f.utl nnd stores for a 34 hours' journey. It -will carry three guns' on ii suapinded platform, and two on tb0 summit of the hull. Vickcrs Ltd. will shortly ha de livering: three Parseval airships, each carry ng a crew of 12 nnd two guns.
STRIKEBBEAKERS AS CRIMINALS. AN INTERESTING SUGGESTION. PRETORIA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
I STRIKEBREAKERS AS CRIMINALS. AN- INTERESTING SUGGESTION. PRETORIA, Friday. A conference of' the 1/aboiut^iparty yesterday condemned the'action, i . 'i'of thoi Government in paying- £47,000 to Strike-breakers at the KlerifOniein mine. The conference demanded legiis-t lation makirTtr the introductibn • >of strike-breakers . into an area '^fleeted by an industrial dispute' a cfltaimil offence. The conference i also demA tid ed legislation providing a fort/ni^lit'a hoi Mar every year i for underground and' other^mine ydrkera. - ■ >' ,
LONDON WHEAT AND BUTTER MARKETS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
LONDON WHEAT AND BUTTER MARKE18. ' • LONDON, Friday. The wheat market • is unchanged. Most markets are closed. Australian wheat on. spot, in small supply; 'iS quoted at from .87/6 to 3?/:; The ' supply of frew Zealand wheat is o* ha&sted. • i ■ I The butter market is quiet. Choic- . I est Australian, at' the coirimernoemen'fc : of;the week, was quoted at 112/, 114/ I and 116/, closing prices being. 112/ to i 114/. New- Zealand butter, ex 1 Athenic, is offering at about 120/. Banish butter is unchanged.' '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
INDIGESTION Reduces Your Efficiency and Shatters Your Health TNDIOKSTION Ins spoiled the life and shattered the health ot mwy a lain and woman. It should never be neglected. Tho occasional headache or pains after eating, which trouble you now. m iv scarcely seem worth attention, but twelve 111 milts hence, if you neglect them, you may be numbered amongst the great army of dyspeptics, whose daily toll beco n.-s aim ist in'o'erable through chronic heid x-h'-s, p . n; after eating. Il it lience, biliousness, con stipation, languor, sleeplessnes;, ami depression. It.is easier to prevent than cure ; therefore, act promptly, now, a:. l take M.ith.-r Seigel's Syrup daily, after your meals. It is a herbal remedy, nude from nure than ten varieties of roots, barks, and leaves. You ■;'// find, as have tens of th'iusan Is before you, tint it lias a most beneficial effect upon the ,stomach, liver, and bowels. 1'orty years of worl J-WiUe successes have proved it. You can prove it, too. READ THE T...
PICNIC AT CAVENDISH. CAVENDISH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
——w——n—a—TiWiiMm PICNIC AT CAVENDISH. (From Our Own Correspondent.1 CAVENDISH, Thursday. 'Ilicnnmml picnic was held on Boxing day, and proved undoubtedly tho most suc cessful ;\nd enjoyable of Christmas outings. An unusually large crowd attended, and the luncheons wero of tho high class riiriety usually provided hy Mr. Pope. During tho afternoon games and other forms of enjoy ment wero freoly indulged in, and tho genial j 1 wsnntnoss of the people, accentu ated by iho good-will and happiness essen tial to the timo of tho year, caused tho tin e and proceedings to pass merrily. Tho president- (Mr. J. Wilson) was indefatig able in his attention to the numerous duties attached to his position, and was ably assisted by the hon. secretary (Miss Shilcock), and the committee comprising Misses Young and Rogers, Mesdames Wil son and Watt, and Messrs. W, Young, T). Shilcock, ,Tas. Duncan and others. In tho evening a social and dance was held, and during tho former some excellent, musical items...
POWER OF REASONING AND JUDGING WEAKENED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
t>OWEE OF REASONING AND JUD GING WEAKENED. Every person who drinks alcohol to excess will not show every form of mental deterioration that rr.av be produced by «xcessive indulgence, and Vie degree of detTioation in intelli pence which goes to make up the sum total of mentality varies greatly in different individuals. All who drink alcohol to excess, however, show some diminution in their judgment. Jude-ment means the nower of recal ling various memories of perception thiongl. tl>e senses, which have come in from the outside world, memories of ideas, memories of emotions, and all tb8 comnlicatod association of ideas that these brine up, and in the recalling cf thom weigh rach one with the othfr and iudee of the value ;;it tween them. This also n^ans re.ison inr and dcis'on 'or n"ti-v\. Tt'i pov er nf .reasoning nnd judging is weakened in the alcoholic, nnd in anv brain long poisoned by alcohol it isi irnrrsoihle to cxcrci«e it. Memory itsoir is also weakened. There is ex cceivc...
TEMPERANCE CORNER. ALCOHOL AND THE MEMORY. AS WE JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
TEMPERANCE CORNER. (Supplied by the Hamilton r.rancli W.C.T.U.) "ALCOHOL AND THE MEMORY. AS WE JOURNEY THROUGH LIFB. ' As we journey through lite let us ii>o t,y this way, In the gloom cl the night v.ait the canning of day, Turn a fa.e lit with Bmik-s to the ueat of the rain. For the sunshine will burst from the h^.ens a^ain, Will burst in iU uwauty and arch in the s-iitiB, A rainbow of cheer lor our wonder . ing eyes, . Will nood every heart with its sil very light, And' drive all the vulturts of trouble to flight. As we journey through life let us lUti Ly the way, Nevfcr bo'v to despair when the hea vens lire gray, Glean the bright golden gloriCN of enjoyment us we Travel on to Uhe shore of Eternity's 66a. 'lit/ i.si the music of laughter, the echoes of song, Be heard from our lips an we jour ney along ; Let i:s smile m the face of cach threatening care, Eoch othir s earth sorrows in bro therhood share. As we journey througn life let us live by the way, For this earth's existen...
FIGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO. "TOMMY" BURNS A CHALLENGER. SAN FRANCISCO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
FIGHT IN SAN FHANCISCO. " TOMMY " BURNS A CHALLEN GER. j SAN FRANCESCO, Friday, i "Gunboat" Smith scored, a necisivc victory over, Arthur Pclkcy,- knocking him out in 'the -fifteenth round. The fipht was witnessed. by 10,000 specta tors. Smith forced tie pace through out, .Peikey making a "disappointing showing. .'.'Tommy" BurnB, after the match, ofleiled to meet Smith. i
CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA. M.C.C. V. WANDERERS. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
CRICKET IN SQljTH AFRICA. M.C.C. V. WANDERERS. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. The match helv cin' tHii EfrgJWj crfckctcrs and the iWamk-rers i'Waa continued this aJteru6onj" ' Following lire ]tl»c sccra '? •■' ' " •' I M.C.O. Pirsti irininga 1 I Hobbs, c Ward, b TMx'on 92 Rhodes, lbw, b Taylor Hcarne, c and b Dixon Mead, b Blanckenlifrg. Tfnnyson, b Nourac / ... pouel4s; .;c Ward, ,b Manckenberg VirpolHy, lby-, 1> Toylor I'teifj 'b Nbu'rss , ...' ... Bird, Bt 'Ward, b Taylor Barnes, b Blancksnt'crg Strudwlck,: not' out' Sundries .'; 11 Tctal 238 Bowling analysis.—Nouree, 2 wktB j for 22 rujis ; Dixon, 2 (or G2 ; Blan 6vcnbcrg, 3 for 54 ; Tuckett," 0 for 45 iNowkcrry, 0 for 29 ; Taylor, 3 for 15. WANDERERS. Firpfi inninga .Taller, not o'iti ... &lt;• Zulch. not. out S Sundry ' 1 No -wkts foe ... 12 11
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. TURKEY'S NAVAL DESIGNS SHOWING HER HAND TO GREECE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
RKDTKP.'B TKLK.GRA.M8. TURKEY'S NAVAL DESIGNS ! -r.'-i if ■ 'm 1 ■ ' ' ;\ SHQWiNC ffER HAND TO GREECE. I LONDON, Friday. , Rcutcr's agency reports that the purchase of the ImttluHhip Rio de Janeiro by Turkey has not caused any perturbation in Greek official cirelfi-i, but surprise is expressed at the acldon of Turkey in revealing her designs upon the Aegean Islands. It 5b pointed out that the Greeks hi\e plenty of time, iti the next six months, to consider what action they will take in the last resort, and that. Greece always has -jffectynl means o/ &lt;dn« iring that the Turkisji drtad noughfi will not leava British water's If nrcrcenari-es are used to fn fin tlio vessel a delioate international ques tion will arise. The faci that Euro pean navies can bo strengthened 'by the purchase of dreadnoughts built for South American republic^ is a constant menace io the neacc of the world and a serious obstacle to the limitation of armaments.
MAKING THE PACE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
making the pace. Hid arrest of the host at & cham pagne supper purty occurred at an Auckland restaurant, Alfred Robert Curtis, 22, atiUred in evening dress, being apprehended on a charge of freaking and' •.•ntering a city .mer cery store. A quantity of property supposed to bo 'stolen was found in accused's room, was was craro | ired /with silk . shirts, - decorative waistcoats, gorgvouB Bocks and Lies. Di tcctivea had suspccted accused, and arrane d with thff proprietor of thu cafe where Curtis . bad ordered a | mos'i rVaboriite and cxpcdbIt-6 ' sup-1 pi-r. On the arrival of th^' faBhioji abiy dressed party tlio host was ' .di rected to g6 behind a screen where the detectives awaltcil hl.nri. They in duced Curtis Io accompany -them, i quietly. The proprietor told this pnrty ttvo host had pone for tho ni ght, and supper WaV 'declared oft: Tho V;n. Archdeacon Harris will conduct servicj'at StTathkellar to morrow aftjrnoon at three o'clock. "•At noon liert' Mon'dAy Messrs. •Tqj...
INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. NEW SOUTH WALES, 409. BARDSLEY, NOT OUT 124. POOR DISPLAY BY VICTORIANS. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914
INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTOIUA. NEW SOUTH WALES, 40'.l. BARDSL13Y, NOT OUT 121. POOR DISPLAY I!Y VICTORIANS. (Wire Fron. Our Correspondent.) MR!,ROUIlNEi. Friday. The match between Victoria ami New South Wales was continue 1 &lt;11 th* Melbourne Cricket ground to-dnv. The visitors, who had lost &ix tic kets [or 285 en Thursday, cari-if.il their total to 409, Bardsley being not 124. Disaster befel the Victoria.-,s, who were d.smissed in the first in nings for 151, and when stumps wore drawn had lost two wickets :'or Three runs in the second. Following aro the scores :— NEW SOUTH. WALES. First Innings. Cc&lt;lv, l.b.w., h Ryder CS Collins, c Baring, 1) Ryder '... 1.1 Kclleway, c Matthews, b Ryder 47 Bar&lt;lsley, not out l?.t Andrews, l.b.w., b Armstrong ... 0 Folkord, c Ryder, b Armstrong... i(' Cotter, c Ryder, b Armstrong ... 3 Massie, run out 9 Macartney, b Matthews 53 Maiiey, c Armstrong, b Rydir ... 18 M'Kew, c Park, b Ryder 0 Sun...