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WHAT THE DUCHESS SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

WHAT THE DUCHESS SAYS. The " Duchess ot Mcrshire, in Ellen Thbrneycroft Fowler's new novel, " Her Ladyship's Conscience, ', is a sprightly lady of the " Isabel Carna by" order. Here are a few of her quips PROVIDENCE AND THE OLD KENT ROAD. " I used to be frightened 1:1 the old days, and to put my tru*t in a steady coachman and back rtreets. But after I began to motor, I realis ed that it was no good putting my trust in anything but Providence ; nothing less was adequate ; and Pro vidence, of course, is as competent on the 011 Kent Road as in :ui Al pine valley. Therefore, I am now able to go un to town in xho car without turning a hair." YOUR POORLY VOICE. " You always talk about religion in your poorly voice—I mean tbi voice you use to people who are ill or in deep mourning—and that make3 it seem as if it were only something useful for the sick or the sorrowful, like medicine or crape." " There's a difference ibctween know ing how to do an unpleasant thing and always doing it—the sa...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

IN ME MORI AM. (i).n.) Th rc is a place wlirro flowerti bloom I In beautiful array, A 1 .ml or pence l.eyon.l the to'nb, Where all shall meet some day. How :.,voct thosj rose biul:; j;ro\w;v* there, A. br.ght nnr.cKc choir Ol' white rot.eil chiUliMi, who ill Jtra y.r Ami wci'uhip never tiiv. May we Uiat rnnifn soon enjoy, TImt. heav'nly Kden fair, And all our powers thin employ, Swret inci use to prepare Of love and faith, there to present Unto tin' Trinity, And lil t Mum still breathe forth a scent. Of fraf.r.in'j purity. There faded lloWrets bloom a;»nin, In parterres n,-nt nnd guy ; T h- y fresh and lovely e'er remain, Nor ever know decay. Lonsilah-p're-t. A. and r,.K. ?

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

LONDON WOOL SALES. Mo.^rs. Ptraclmn, Murray nn:l Rl-iinnon, Pty. Ltd., report :-Wo are I" rici ipt of tlic following oahlc^rnm 101,1 °!lr l-ondon House—Wool'sales nave opened. Goo:l attendance of fi'.'ycrs. Competition roo:1. Fxclnil ing descriptions specially quoted. Market shows no material change. ( rotsl reO, greasy, par to 5 pes cent. advance ; slipe crossbred, par to 5 per cent, advance.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE ULSTER QUESTION. MR. BONAR LAW'S PROPHECY. DRIFTING INEV[?]LY TO CIVIL WAR. LONDON, Thursday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

REDTBR'S TELEGRAMS, THE ULSTER QUESTION. MR. BQNflR LftW'S PROPHECY. nillKTINC lNKVri'AilliY TO CIVIL WAR. LONDON', Thursday Mi(lni»ht. Mi', Konar l.aw, lru'dri* of Uio Unionist party, apeafclni; at Bristol, p.'iM Hie. position in Ulster was far more sorioiiH than tlio Government or tli- country rcalisi.il. They were ilriftinii inevitably to civil war, which would shatter the whole fubrlc ol national1 existence. There had I pen conversations 'between thu party leultra, lint tliey bail proved, result K;.s. The Government, hj said, tle mio.I a peaceful solution, hut tile position under which it hold office made it impossible for it to take the only one stup possible for alTording a pcnccful solution. If tho Govern ment wcn'i An the issue could not bo ilecitlr-.'l without, bloodshed. The Uni onist partv was pledged to nupport Ulster, and with flio help of tin) Al mighty ii. intended to keep Its pledge.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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TEMPERANCE CORNER. (Supplied by the Hamilton Branch W.C.T.U.) [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

T IMPEBAV'rE CORKER. fSuppliail by tbo Hamilton Branch VV.C.T.U.) •v. 1-7AT HAVE \Vh DON!-; TO-DAY? We shall do much in years to come, j Avhnt have wr* rlnnn to-day ? >vc shall give our gold in a princely sum, | l-m'whit do \r-> give to-dav ? I Wo shnll i;ft t!ie heart and dry" the t.-ar, We s'ikII plant a hope in the place of fear, '■ Wo shall snra'c the words of love and t'h-.cr. Hal what did we speak to-day ? We shall 1 e so kind in the after while, But what? liavo we 'been to-day ? »e shnll l.ring to each lonely life a smile,. But wiiat have we brought to day ? We sha'l give to truth a grander hirth, Ant to steadfast faith a deeper worth, ' W<: shall fee l the' hungering souls oi earth, • -■ < ~ • •' Hut whom have we fed to-day ? Wo shall reap such joys in the bye and-hye, But what have we sown to-day ? We shell 'buikl us mansions in the sky. Hut what havesAva-builtto-day ? 'Tis sweet in idle dreams to bask, Hut her;', and now, do-we do our task ? • Y...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RESUMPTION AT SALT RIVER CAPETOWN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

■RESUMPTION AT SAI7T Tllvran I CAPETOWN. I On the recommendation of " nlc strike committee the men who :itrucl< at Salt Rivor railway workshops re turned to work this morninp. rphn ■ were taken on conditionally. with the exception of a few, for who ,, there waa no work, and tto lead "w including the local secretary of tv Railw-aymen's Union. ' Despite the strike of stevedores u„, work at the docks is nroceodi-c about half the normal speed. TeWls are being worked by kafllrs.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BAL[?]ARAT PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

BALA.irti Pili MARKET. Messrs. Coles and Pullum^ report under date Wednesday, Januiry 11 : —A very .heavy supply forward, com prising a-splendid yarding of bacon ers; a good number of porkers, stores, and young pigs. We penned G78 head. Baconers.—Thero was a |" ftill attendance of ' carers, and sales opened to brisk competition rind pri ces advanced o.i last week's raits. Towards the close of tlie Bai", how ever, prices eased a shade from the opening' of the market. The top pric.i of the market was £4/7/ lor a few heavy pigs ofCMr. Jno. Moss and Mr. C03ter ; £4/2/0 for Mr. Gullock ; £4 1/G for Messrs. W. H. Grentell nnd W. Nicholson ; £4/1/ for Mr. Tower : £4/1/ for Mr. Lang ; £4 for Mr. W. ljamb ; £4 Mr. Amos : 9 nice medium weights Mr. W. Wright, Snroatjn, £3 18'G ; good pens .13 12/ to ■C3/15/-: others, £3/5/ to £3'8/; inferior lo wer. Chbppers.—Good supplies for ward, but nothing extra prime or heavy vnrdod. Competition wus very keen, and Bplendid prices wero realis ed. One prim...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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UNCERTAINTY IN NATAL. DURBAN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

■UNCERTAINTY IN NAT.VI,. '• DURBAN KYi,ln„ 7 ■A:<;fi«etiriff . .of the Natal Trades Federation delegates -was adjourned late" laa^ jilght After a protracted discussion. No statement iwas iS3ued but it IS believed that the d»l3Rat-s louM it inexpedient to proclaim "a general strike in Natal.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A.W.A[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

The usual mept'n* rf .vustra-. linn Women's Association tont plice in the Fcrfsters' hall on Thurs:liy last, the attendance of members be ine very. iair. One member wa3 rc norted on the sick list, and bnr al lowance was passed for pai-mcnt. The secretary reported having ir-civcd copies of the combined syllabus fo the current half-venr for distribution among the members. lndn.l«>l in the correspondence were raid; convrym? season's greetings from the Clones brinrh A.W.A. nrA tin . {^.niHoji branch A.N.A., also nn in'itition from the latter to the nnurai cele bration to be Irdd. on Thursday. 22nd Inst.. At the rominen-ement jf the half-year a lady well-wisher, v.'hc wishes to remain unknown, promised to 'donate a prize to the member at tending the greatest num'»r of ine't iwa for tbe session. Tbe winner nroved to be Miss M'Rwnin, sj'ie hn.v ine attended nine inept insa out o' twel'V. At 'rburs'i'v ii'irbt's meet in? the president bad the pleasure or presenting Miss M'Sv.niii. on leh...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MAYOR OF PRETORIA ARRESTED PRETORIA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

MAYOR OF PRETORIA. ARTIESTF.!) PRETORIA, Friday. < The mayor of Pretoria,. who was imongflt the 20 persons arrested in the railway strike headquarters, has te: n released ..Otl' -Hi*• tmb • rscognte inces. The tri«foct(al law authorities h-.ru inform RetlUr tljat in conse- 1 aiunoe of the feteiits .at Benoni somo hundreds of Strikers were arn.st.-rt yveterday. It/is hopi-d that similar drastic action wlii riot he nectssnrv , a'j other partfi Ibf.tlw' reef.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH AND BRON CHITIS. •LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. My l?tt°e gir', ngoil two yen's, had Whooping Oough anil Bronchitis for seven months," writes Mrs. F. Lawson, 3 Water-street, Camper down, N.S.W. " Sometimes she via so had she would fall down v.'il.l: weakness. Many n time I hare pick- ! ed htr up, thinking she was dead. She would hold her brcalh, and J would have to smack her on the hack bo as to help her to breathe nzai'j. I cave her a number of cough reino dies, and I was always ta'tiun her to the doctors, and they --av*! her many coucjh remedies, but nothin had any effect whatever. One day n lady recommended inc to trv Dr. Sheldon's New I'bcovery and said it. was very good for Whooplnc: OovviU so I got a bottle and ravo her thrre and somstimes five doses a and it sormed to rel'eve her a'most nt once, and in a wee'e's timo yo" wo'ild not t.now her ; phe did not look .the same child. Hhc is much fatter, and lins never couched sincp takiu" Dr. Sheldon's New Di...

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BURGHERS' SERVICES ACKNOWLEDGED. PRETORIA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

BURGHERS' SERVICES ACKNOW LEDGED. PRETORIA, Frl.lay. The Soutb African Government had decided that' the burghers who re sponded ' tcy th« mobilisation order will M allowed to retain without payihent'th'« rifles 'issued to them during the present crisis bo. lonir as they remain members of the defence rifle associations.

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QUIET TIME IN CAPE PROVINCE. CAPETOWN, Thursday. (Midnight.) [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

QUIET TIME JN CAPE PROVING!:"., CAPETOWN, Thursday. (Midnight.) The Cape Trades' Federation ad journed ot n Irtto hour to-niglit af ter a prolonged deliberation. The officials decline to make an announ cement, hut it is confidently believed that the idea of a general strike in the Cape province has been abandon ed in view of 'o-day's evenis in Johannesburg.

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SPECIAL STOCK SALE AT COLERAIN GOOD PRICES REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

SPECIAL STOCK SALE AT COLERA1N GOOD PRICES REALISED. Messrs; John Kenton and Co., in conjunction with Messrs. Shanahan, Fitzgerald und Co., report having conducted a highly successful sale of she. p and cattle at their Coleraine jards on Tuesday last, 13th inst. V lit're was a good yarding of sheep, comprising about 2j00, principally crossbred iives iu forward condition, and sonic- good ptns of crossbred we thers and lambs. There was a very jood attendance of buyers pre sent from the local district, and alaj from Hamilton, Condah, Oasterton, Narettn, and th>) surrounding dis trict. Bidding from the start was food, and continued so throughout. All the sheep, with the exception of a faw i ens, and all the cattle found purchasers uith r under the hammer cr - immediately afterwards. The sheep ' sold avi-rared very close on to 11/ per heart, mul tliei cattle* slightly under £4 per head all round. Fol lowing a a rai ticiilars of principal los sold •- On aiconnt Mr. A. G. Tunibull, Winn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRAVE CHARGES IMPENDING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

GRAVE CHAItCIKS I.MPENDTNC. Alter 21 days grav'tr charges 'will be lodged against the chief leaders. A collapse of the strike stems immi nent. Men are streaming back to Eraamfontein and other points of the railway. They say it is useless to continue! striking now that thv leaders have gone and everything is in a f-ate of chaos. An early coi lafse cf the miners' strike is also confidently predicted. The general opinion in Johannes burg to-night is unquestionably that ths firm and prompt measnivs tak> n will quietly end the strike and re store normal conditions. Mounted and foot police to-night raided the strike headquarters at Pretoria, and arrested 20 leaders, in cluding the entire eommittce. A number of mechanics at th,. Pre mier diamond mine, near Pretoria, struck this afternoon. The ring leaders were immediately arrested, and the strikers then requested to he allowed i0 return to work. The request, however, was refused.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GOD LINESS. A cleani V.oily induces a clean mfid. A clean body is attained by tho use of water and a eood soap. • The only iqueatiomis "'What Soap?" Roxona SonD da Ihe best soan. Its manufacture is the most . mod ern and the moat scientific. It combines the (nullities of tie best L'flrm-destroyinpr powa.s wUh the most dainty odor and appear ance. Rexona Skin and Facial Soap >« the only medicated soap which is lilDoslnm as a general toilet soai). A daily bath with water and Kux cna Soap makes the user clean. Ho is not only froo from dirt, 1 ut from disonso germs. His clean and healthy skin onflureii n healthy body. (MeanlinpHH of mind should follow. So use Rexona Soap in your daily bath. He elenn and keep clean. Rexona Sonn, King1 of all Soaps. 1 / per Tablet. Obtainable every where, EXCEPTIONAL and DECISIVE REDUCTIONS. LOOK AT THE PRICES ! Children Underwear For the. . Present Season Our Largo and Varied Stock represents a distinct advantage to those desiro...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE RAND STRIKE. BACK EFFECTUALLY BROKEN. PRINCIPAL LEADERS IN PRISON. STRIKERS LOSE ALL HEART. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

REUTER'S TELEGRAM 3. THE fttND STRIKE. j BACK EFFECTUALLY BROKEN. i PRINCIPAL LEADERS IN PRISON, j STRIKERS LOSE ALL HEART. j JOHANNESBURG. Thursday. [ After the Government's reply had t.ec-n sent to the Trades' Hall's mcs- ' sago offering capitulation the cordon around the Trades' Hall was gre itH j strengthened by additional police and a commando of burghers. A | 12-ponndcr was posted in Comm.v i sioner-sereet ami trained on the Tin d.s' Hall. General Do la Key and ' the control olllc^r, Colonel Truter, sjperintended the disposition of Ui fcrces. Bain appeared at the win dow of the Trades' Hall and pro tested against this display of force. H« said the members of the stiike committee were unarmed, and they offered no resistance. If bloodshed ensiled afV>r this notification they world hold the Government respon sible. Major Douglas, commanding the police, replied that if th jy di I not surrender lie must usa foic -. ; Bain replied, "Force is on your ni'ic * to day." Then he carat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

RISE UP EARLY IN —FOli - Millers Sale Is In Full Swing. ^£20,000 worth of Seasonable Goods offered you at less than original edit — 4 FEW OF THE PLUM! — 1-ilOO Boys' School Co its, Gala tea, were 3/G, now 2'ti 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Mole l'rouserp, worth 6/0, now 2/11 8—Ladies' Fancy Tulle and Silk . Bows, were 1/ and 1/6, now Gd each 4—White ! and 'Paris Guipure Lace Peter Pans arid Sun shine Collars, were 1/11, now 1/ 5—Ladies'- Panama Hats, with Corded Silk Ri; bon Band Bow at side, 10/6, now G/ll I ' 1 ' 6—Ladies'. Pan .l)nn Hats, suit? able for seaside wear, ribbon band, fl'll, now 1/11 £7—40 inch Satin Charmeuse; at 2/11 for evoniog wear, in sky, pink and cream K—Black Satin Charmense, ,20 inch, reduced to 1/11 yard 9—Ladies' Glace Lace i Shoes, pomps or .strong soles,Derby or Oxford fronts, were 8/11, now 7/0 10—Children's Tan or Black Glace Kid Lice Boots,-natural foot form shupe, 7, 8, 9, were 7/0, now 6/6; 10,11,12,13, were S/G, i.ow 7/0 11—Heavy Cream Damask, 2^yds hemm...

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NEW POSTMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

NEW POSTMASTER. Mr. Samuel . Ellis, , postmaster at Colac, has "been transferred to a similar position at Hamilton, v:c; Mr. J» -Lawrence. Toud he tin \arri-1 Val ol tho newly -appointed- official Mr. J. C. Jessop, is temporarily in chursre of the local office. Home, mission services will.bo con ducted at the Hamilton Methodist C luuvh to-morrow, morning and even in,?. Mr. Chris. Mmld, F.L.S., will be the deputation, A public meetuu; will he held on Tuesday evening. Attention is drawn to sale o[ cor.ches, horses and livery stnbles of Cobb and Co., CVeelong district, len ders close January 21th at Melbourne untl Geelong. A four-roomed house and land m Stephen-street, situated next Mr. J. 1.. K IJfiHer's iwill .he otTered for !=:ue at th-J Victoria hotel on Saturday next, by Messrs. J. G. Stewnvt a:u Co., acting under instructions fiom Mr. 1!. J. Walter.

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COMING EVENTS. JANUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

OOMINQ EVENTS. JANUARY— 17—Warinambool Races. 24, 26, (and 27—Hamilton Lawn Tennis Club's Annual Tourna • xnent. . 2G—Branxholme Carnival and Sporta. 2fV—Caraperdown Races. FEBRUARY— 7—Hawkesdale Races. Nomina tions January 28. Handicaps February 3. 11 —Portland Show. General En tries February 2. 12—Portland Races. Entiles.. Janu ury 29th. 25 and 2fi—Hofsham. Races. General entries, February 11. MARCH— 11—Dlgby Show. APRIL— 11 and 13—Stawell Athletic Sports. Entries, March 9th. 18—Dunkeld Sportsr ' ' .* ..

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