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SPECIAL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

1 aPHCIAL. STOCK' SALK' ■ Fuller defeats are putliehed of^the lots to be ottered iby Messrs-^ Imlgety and Co. ,'ahd MesSfE. •'<Youtt£ Brorf. ftt their Ctflferatoe "special Baldof s»«ep itd caitU io b«! 4eld oft WfednMOay rtext.1 THe'lWt' is' atl lejctettslve ' tfne, efnbracine' ROTfte cli<>ice 'llilerf," ;h.nd: th n & ®^roiiJ&ttely ■ 2S0» >Mt.*ep Sd 800 head of cattle i3,«uiiva„toe<l.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

HmwltoTt ^delator PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1914. Mr. Watt antl his co-Ministers hav ing .been returned i by substantial ma jorities we may now look forward to u considerable period ol administra tion by tlie reconstructed Liberal Cabinet. Whether or not this is to be a good thing for the. country it. is :impoBFiblc as yat to say. It de rends largely upon the capacity for work, as distinctly opposed • to idle talk, that may be ahown : by ■ the Ministers thcnm-lvcs. Mr. . Watt, wh|0'did vtry lltUo in return for his salary during the past nix months, now has the opportunity of bin ca reer to show that he is in earnest, that the welfare of the country is really a matter of conccm to him, anil that the emoluments of office are not, as has been suBpectcd, dearer to him than tho glories of achicVt meint. When on .the- hustings the Premier made a Parade of the rt.any things ho intended to do if returned to.powor. The promises ha made were 'quite unnecessary. Th& pro gr...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

THE ENGLISH MAIL Maiia for English and Continental i pons close at 5.-10 ]>.m. at the | local post ofllco on the following da tea Thursday, Jnmiary 22nd. Wednesday, .laniiary 28th. Thursday, February 5th. Wednesday, February ll4jli. Thursday, February 19th. Wednesday, February 25th. Thi rsday, March 5th. Wcilii8sdayf March 11th. Thursday, March 19th. Wednesday, March 25th. Thursday, April 2nd. Wednesday, April fth. • , Thursday, April lf.tli. | i

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

L VU>| AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION,;! AND.G0NERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, BTU., Hamilton.:: Branch Ollicra at Horsham, Wwrack-1 aabeal, Rainbow, JePai'it, Nhill, Coleraine, Willaura. 'Also at 437 Collins-n*)., Melbourne. s ALES of Fat and Btor. Sheep ^ *nJ Cattle conducted In tha Corporation Tarda, Ham.tton, every 'Friday. Portniphtlv Sales holt, at Macarthur and Colernice. Auction »nd Private Sales of i,and and Stool-. Conducted In any part of the f.oans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of interest. AGENTS for Dolgrty £• Co., Woolbrokers, Gselong . >v'and Melbournr. THE I.O.A. (Thi Imutanct Office of Australia. . ... Ltd.) Fire Accident Liv* Stocfc. Sitka Your Will— " ' Ani 'Provide for the Future Tjy M«ans of THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. . Office—29-31 Quem-strect, Melbourne. Capital of . £150,000. Claims Guarantee Fund, £10,004. Tpv XREGTORS : E. II. Hyndman, . Esq. (Chairman), Colin Temple feed, Eiq., Hoa. John Thomson, M.L.A., Harry P....

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

H ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS LEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEEK FOR MARSEILLES & L M Calling a* Adelaide, Frsmnntle, Colombo, Aden, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route WUK f\*tn\Unv.n ir» call M BrintJiii FIRST and SECOND Saloon only. Return Ticket to Europe available lor Two Year® RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLK Single £7 I0i. to £9 I0<, Return £11 I0t. lo £14 5«. To COLOMBO Single£27 10» to£34 7.» Retu n £40 14,. to£50 12* To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Single £29 14». lo £<7 8». K^uro £44 to £56 2u To MA.RSEH.LE:> • Sins'a £39 12»« lo £ fi 2». Rwurn i66 Co £H6 12«. To LONDON : Single£41 16*. to £82 10*. Ret'irn £69 6i. lo £123 4i. » Full p.irticnUri on Application al Ccirvpany't Office, 44/ Collini.«tre«l, Melbcurn-r. LEWIS PLUMMER, Agent. Local A&Jita, ■ P. LEARMONTH & OO., Hamilton ORIENT LINE Of ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, For LONDON, via ADELAIDE, FP.E MANTLH (W.A.I. COLOMBO (for I . India), F.GYPT, NAPLES, TOU LON, GIBRALTAR and PLY- ! MO...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Auctioneers.—Messrs.- T. H. Lald law and Co., MoBsra. Jolrn Fonton ami Co., Messrs. Young Bros., Messrs. P. Leurmonth and Co., MosBrs. J. G. Stewart uud Co., Messrs. Daigcty anil Co., Mr. Alfrod Tatlock. Fat shut.. —We report a yarding of 8 0 j,ood to prime croB.il.red and me rino ewes nnd wttherB, including 120 lambs. Tliero uas a yood nt-Biid nnce of the iride and a strong de mand throughout, last wce.i'u satis factory priccs being well maintained, imd practically all yarded found pur chasers as follows :—Quotations — Cross,jred wethers, 15/7 *jo lli/1 ; do. Rood, 13 G to 14/G ; do. ewes, prime, 15/G to 1S/G ; do. good 12/7 to 14/9, sm • Hi r 11'4 to 1.1/5: do. ewiB and weth-rs, ;ni>o;l, 15/1 to 10/ ; conu> hac-c ewes, 12/ to in/2 : ninr'no we thers, 11/1 to 13 1 ; do. ewes-, 9/S lo 10/6 ; cro shred lambs, 12/ Lo 13/fi, small r 10/10 to 11/8. Store sheep—2b' 0 merinos and crossbred*, with a fair proportion of woaners nnd lambs enmo lo hand, and as ther...

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

0JUL6ETY a SO, LIB. BTOO1^ ANn STATION A RENTS, GtlAY-STREliT, I t A MILTON. hflil every Prld.iy In Cor poration Yaida, siml nt Cole raine fortnightly. Vhluationa mad« and J,o.vn« ar ranged. j. k. Moomia, sworn vMutator. AGF.NTH FOR— The Kqinty TniHt.ee Company. QuibiiU'B Sheep Dip. Woraio Specifico Sheop I)r«neh. (A full Stock of hoth Powder and Liquid Dip and Wonno Spiwllico id kept on the preir.iaoa.) Nobel's Kxploplvi* anil Klect.r|» Blati'jing Apparatus. Phoenix a phut hoop Clorapany. The Equity Trust^s s*. utS. BOARD OK DIRECTORS : Edward Fanning, Kw.i. (Chairman) ; W. H. lrvino, Esq., K.C., M.p. ; Donald Mnckinnon, Khi;., M.L.A.'; Itobt. 0. M'l'uteheon, I0ni|., M.L.A.; Stewart M'ArUnir, Ehi]., K.O. The Equity 7ruste(is, Executors and Agenrcy Co. lid. Registered Oilice : 35 Qiiccn-street, MMLIJOUKNK. Tills Company is specially empower ed by Act of Parliament (No. 978) to act aa Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Receiver, Committee, under tho Lunacy Act or Attorney under Power,...

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LONDON WHEAT AND BUTTER MARKETS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

LONDON WHEAT fiND BUTTER MARKS! S. LONDON, Friday. Th5 market for wheat carf-o;3 is firm, hem? l^d to 3d hiehur. There is a slightly better demand owing to the delay in Argentine shipments throUKh v t vvnth r, and the reduc tion o£ tho estimate of till Avrftra litin surolus. A^p'r'ilb-.n wheat on spot, in small supply, is ciuotci at 38/6. . „ There is a steady trade in r-ittf • Cho'cest Australian Failed- is Rioted at from 112' to 114/, unsalt-U to 314/ exceptionally Good to 111/, sec-, i-.nd pr'd" I=t from 104/ to 110/,'N-\\v ( Zealand choicest from. 116/ to 118/, Panish 125/ to 12S/.

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MISSING GIRL'S BODY FOUND. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

N.ISSiNG CRL'S BODY FOUND. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Friday. , Tiis mystery attending Hit; ilis apptarnnee of the eirl Stella Hodg son, aged If, from her home at Hawthorn, was sjlved to-day by the disco ery of her l.ody in the Yarra at iiuruley.

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CHRIST CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

CHRT3T CHUriOH SERVICES. ' ' The Rev. T. P.' Deftttiett,1,»lcar '■ :ol Wairnambool, will be the preacher at Christ Church to-irtorrow. '■ At ''tile evening service, which'wilt-be choral.; Mr. Bennett "will Tje aafeisted !>v -< th-. Rev. W. Y. Wehrk'led, 61 St; 'James . West Adelaide. The choir will ren der Shirin'a "MttenlQC£it'' and "Nunc Dimittis," ' also'-tho anthem '' I sinp'df Thy Power,'* the atflol^t d® ine Mr. R. Ktlaftp:

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ANCIENT POLISH CROWN. UNCOVERED BY A STORM. VIENNA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

ANIENT POLISH CROWN. UNCOVERED BY A STOHM. VIENNA. Friday. A severe storm which occurred at Cracow recently ui rooted an old elm anil disclosed an ancient crown ot th^ Kincs iof Poland. The crown was lest in the middle of the eighteenth centiry. All the jewels were recov ered.

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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

- SPEUIAI, SHEEP SALE. Messrs.- T. H. Laidlaw and Co., in I conjunction with Messrs. Young! Bros., will hold an important spc-j cialsale of sheep at tlie Hamilton corporation yards on Thuisday, 29th inst., when they will submit an of fering ■ of about 12.000 »heep. The yarding includes some splendid lines of crossbred and merinc wethers, the bulk of ■which are- in forward condi-1 tion, and'hava been specially reserv-' ed-t-y district graziers for this sal*.! There will be an excellent offering of crossbred' ewes. In the majority of cases goo;l Lincoln rams -hav*? been joined'with-these and also with stve fal good lines of station bi<Kl m-rino ewes, which are in good order, and practically for unreserved ... sole. YoUng^sheep will be represented, - by nice 'linf.s of both crossbreds and me- • finos, and right through the yarding 1 Will be an exceptionally' good one. j Those in search of sheep should at- j tend, a.-! vendors in' most' cases are I gertuice tellers. The sale ...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET MELBOURNE, Friday. To-day's quotations were:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET' (.Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Friday. To-day's quotations were :— Wheat—3/G} per bushel. Oata—Milling, l/ba ; feed, 1/8} per bushel. Chart—f 3,5/ per ton. Hay—£5/10/ per ton. - Potatoes—£4 per ton. Onions—£7/10/ per ton.

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APSLEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

APSLEY. [ (From Our Own Correspondent.') Thursday. Ia lire DroKe out at tile Uenayoo lion-ef' nail on Wednesday, ami de stroyed two haystacks containing about. 130 tons. The hay was un'n > sured. The or .gin of the fire is un J known. i j J'he much needed repairs to the j hocnl post oflice and quarters are (about (o he commenced. It is un *<lei stood the work will he done by a jMrllcurne contractor. '

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. new south wales v. vio loiua. Heater's interstate a;:cncy wired last fc.cn/n^ lunt Hie team to repn. suit N'fvv Kout.ii WY.los in iheir mat ch acainst Victoria next weak will 1).' co.nl riRjcl of the following play ers :—Tnimnrr, Barc'.slcy, Ktllcwny, Andrews. IVirbour, .Macnrtnay, Col lins, Massif, Mailey, Folkurd, M'Kew. 10:)-( rgency—t'ody.

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A PLEA FOR LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

A PLEA FOR T.IfiHT. One of the public places in Hamil ton regarding which the earliest com mand since the creation of the world, " Let thei-e be light," might he fervently littered as an appeal with an earnest desire for realisation is the lobhy of the post office. The. means for obtaining an illuminniit is there, but on various occasions its esistance is not noticeable', ami per sons possessing private letter boxes or wishing to post letters have to stumble up the s£oiie steps in Llie dark-, with no certainity as to carry ing out their mission, successfully. There are • other . dangers than the dark, ami the spot is one. in which care should 'te taken that the' illttm inant is available. Last night, but for the benefit of the street, lanvp oi'.tside, the lobby would- have -been in darkness.- As it was there was a decided gloom, and persons having occasion to go> there, not only hail to partially feel their way, but in tttf3 instance were surprised to lica'v sounds of revelry fro...

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FEDERAL ELECTION REFORM. COMMISSION OF INQUIRY APPOINTED). MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

FEDkRAL ELECTION REFORM. CbMAUSSION OP INQUIRY . M1" POINTKI). (Wiro From Our Corit'Spoiulcnt..) mulbourne. friday. ! | The Federal Oovernmeut hus ap [ I o.'nteil, as mcinliers of the commis sion to ei< -niro into tlie working of thj Electoral Act, Messrs. Sinclair (chaiiman), Patten, Foster, Laird, Smith anl Maloiiey, M'sH.tt., and Senator Stewart.

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MILITARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

MILITARY NOTE'S. The first' parade of senior cadets ' hKor tho Christmas vacation will he held to-day at the drill hall instead of the ride range as- proposed. Trai ned;! aro consequently itiforme<l that they rue to attend at the drill hall ht the tim.' as shown on programme issued. Parents of hoys are reques ted io see that their sons atUnd all compuUory pnradcM, as trainees alv | Bent from parade without leave he [ cO:ne liahle to licrtvy penalties. The I local authorities intend to enforce ! ('he Act so as to ensure n good at tendance, and also wish lo make all cadets efficient.

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TALLANGATIA RAILWAY. OPENING CEREMONY TO-DAY. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

TALLANGATIA RAILWAY. OPENING CEREMONY TO-DAY. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MTCLiBOUKNE. Friday Mr. Watt will make a speech at the opening ot the Tallangatta rtul^^y to morrow, wh-n Mrs. Craven, wiuovr of the lata member for the district, is to ho presented with a silver tro wel.

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LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914

L.E.ITCK PICTURES. I In the ten thousand feet of week-1 [ end pictures to be shown at Leitch'a. to-night-, at the town hall, two of ! I the productions, each in ai <listinc- j tive class of its own, will arouse I public favour. The first is ona of. tho stars entitled " The Riddle of the' Tin Soldier," by the Kalem Corn-! pany, rwhich reveals a splendidly con- J ceiydd detective story of great power and sustained'interest. The second,! a comedy by the renowned purveyors of hfimorous studies (the Keystone ■ Company) is snid to provide a hearty laugh from start to finish. It is on a par with, if not better than j " Orie Round O'Brien," ami " Tho Bowling Match," both of which are fresh in public recollection. 'I ha' Topical Budget is again included in. the list and will depict ithe latest of J the world's happenings, and other; films arc " The Intruder " (dra matic), "The Yellow Streak " (dra-, matic), " Honour of - the Force " . (dian>atic), " The Diamond Crown " (dramati...

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