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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
•. SPECIAL 'SHEEP SALE. Messrs. John FentOa and Co., in conjunction with Messrs. t'.Lcar moiifch and Co., will conduct a spec ial sale of sheep at the Hamilton corporation yards on Thurs.lay next, 22>id inst., When they will yard about 70J0 good crossbred, comeback and merino sheep, direct from ■district ■fcrtedors. The yarding comprises j jjrineipally young sheep, and sheep of: food quality, and any buyers in search of stock would do 'well to at-1 tend this sale. The sale will start at 1.30. Full particulars ap pear in our advertising columns of this issue.
PRODUCE FROM MOORALLA SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
produce FROM moohalla ; settlement. Wheal and oats from the MooraUa estate are arriving in small quanti ties at the Hamilton railway stat ion. The wheat is regarded: as a very good sample, though not quite as full as the grain of last year.' There is a largo quantity of it on this es tate, but a portion will be truckcd from the Wannon; • The oat ' crops yielded well, but owing to the low price ruling, and tho high rate de manded by thresher hands under the rural workers' Icy, a very small iJUiir.tity of oats will be harvested and that only by stripper. That proccss will mean leaving a i„rge proportion of the grain on the ground, which will result jn heavy self sown crops in the autumn.
Items of News. JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
Items of Sttos. JUNIOR PUBLIC, EXAMINATIONS. . The following additional passes ha\ a been recorded in connection with the - Hamilton centre :—Latin — (Distinction) : A. V. Burgess, Hazel Drummond, h. IS. Heine, Ruby Lang, Florence Terrill (Higher. Elementary School, Hamilton) ; James Moroney (St. Patrick's, Ballarat). (Pass) : May Anderson (Miss Goldsmith), An nifc. E. Moroney, C. M. Thomas (h.B.8.), P. h. Walker (pri vate tuition). An unofficial "wira re ceived in Hamilton yesterday inti mated that of Seven candidates from' the Higher Elementary School six have bt&lt;n successful in thj junior Public txamination.
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RftTURNH inroiigh the courteoy of Mr. K. Kendall, the1 returns of railway traf fic, for -the month of December have hecn fnade available for puhjlc " in formation. Tho month of DecemVer Includes a large proportion of tliE year's holiday traffic, 'arid on tills occasion the number of ■ (ias3engerB looked was well up to' the .rdoo'rde of previous years. The total, nwtifcer hooked for the montli' \Vas '3377, while the revenue derived tlidre from amounted to £1252/4/5/. The. revenue obtained irtxfn other boutcjS, ' parcels, etc., reached £356, While that for live stock, goods and mis eelhti orus was .C391. The total re venue for the month was .C412S. The outv nixl tonnage'was 103 tons, yiel.l iiiVT C973, and that inwards. reached 133i tons, yielding C12T9. The live stoMr trucked comprise;! 25 cattle, 3',3) sheep, 53 horses ami 130 pigs.
THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
THE WEATHER. I YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RE C0ED8. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Hurnld Titnes. Corrected. Bulb. Bulb. ity. p. CPCt. 9 a.m. 30.0"2 C1.7 53.1 58.0 3 Jj.in. 30.009 7C..3 60.0 34.0 RAINFALL. Nil. SHADE TEMPERATURE). Maximum Minimum. 7'\3de». 52. Meg. Pull Moon—February lltli. New Moon—Janunry 25. Average rainfall for 44 veara, Trom Januarv 1st, 1870, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. Total rainfall from January 1st, to'9 a.m. on January 1G, 49 points. TO-DAY. Pun r.'s-s .1.27, ssts 7.55. Moon rises 10.59 p.m., sets 10.46 n.rii.
EDENHOPE BUSH NURSING COUNCIL. EDENHOPE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
EDENHOPE BUSH NURSING COUNCIL. (From Our Own Correspondent.) rcniCNllOI'K, Wctiiio:iiliiy. The «nn;.n» of men^ tllc was hi 1(1 Oil ..iit.lU.A. ;T,oo!i. 'Hie S. uvuu> Mr. S. H. Kan s.lcit, (resulted the tailing tlito't for the I'i.ti, voir, wlueit *...• ns follows ttc.-ei, ts. — a.il:«cri|.tio!.s. and lew «°f qeiAicoH from mm-memlers. interne, U/:f, uuts,MHl:tu; Urs,a-i in. • outst:imHn,» 1 nUtoMn, X** -w* » lot.nl, Altf 1/f. Expcn(Utun,.-=N«r scs salary, «-1 - : pos'n.u, ^ t. (. _ grams, fin I rt ticvii.-, ' driu a, £2 15 2 ; v.;f'..i:d, •> ■>. . 1 niilton, 10/; printing,L/"fV. change, 2 l> ; hiiv of ha > ^ ■ " • carriape miv-t's cd-. c'tw. ■,. nn&lt;*8, i'-lVl /ii : tot .1. ,'__The The committee's report ten. ■ committee drsires to repwt 1 u _ ■ though the movement wa* •>rv.ir' lv not understood !:t the Urst, it i.. ,,'ow come in for considerable and ciilopv. Nurse Kl.ic 1 duty on the 15th denary Jb.. anl \\x\ to "Dcccmbcr j.rte.u.^i cnscs, viz., diphtheri...
HAMILTON-COLERAINE. Down. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
' HAMILTON-COLERAINB, ,, ' Down. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 5.30 p.m., Boch oira 5.51, Wannon 6.10, Gritjurk 6.25, arrives Colcraine 6.35. . -Monday and Thursday (Mixed). . Leaves Hamilton 6.20 p.m., Bocli ara 6.41, Wannon 7.0, Gritjurk 7.15, arrives Coleraine. 7.35, Up. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thura 1 day and Fridav. (Mixed.0 •Leaves Colcraine 10.10 a.m., Grlt jurlc 10.33, Wannon 10.43, ■ Bochara 10.57, arrives Hamilton 11.30. . Saturdays (Mixed). Leaves Coleraine 8.35 a.m., Grit jurk 8.58, Wannon 9.8, Bocliara 0.22, ' -;3 Hamilton 9.55.
BRANXHOLME-CASTERTON. Down. Thursdays (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
/ ' kranxholme-casterton. vawn. Thursdays (Mixedl. I/Oaves Hamilton 10.20 a.m., Brans holme 11.35, Grassdale . 11.59, Merino 12.24 p.m., Henty12.28, Sandford 12.!i3, arrives Casterton 1 p.m. Monday. Wednesday; Thursday, and Saturday (Mixed)'. ' Leaves Hamilton 4.55 p.m.,' Branx holra» G, Grassdale 6.25, Merino: 6.55, Henty 7.10, . Sandford ■ .7.30,- arrives Uastorton 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton^ 6.5, Branxholme 7.15, Grassdale 7.40, Merino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrives dasterton 9. UP. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Casterton 8.35 a.m., Sand ford 8.49, Hority t9.12,. Merino 9.40, Gfras'sdale 10.12, Branxholme 11.25, arrives Hamilton 12.0. 'Thursdays (Mixdd). leaves Oasterton 3.10"p.m., Sand ford 3.20, Honty 3.39, Merino .3.59, Grassdalo 4.27, Branxholme 5.33, arrives Hamilton 6.8.
RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON LINE. (Down). Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
railways time table ARARAT-HAMILTON LINE. (Down)'. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, (taxed). Leaves Ararat 7.15 a.m., Maroona 7.45,' Will aura 8.12, Slentliompson 8.48, Durilceld. 9 16, arrives Hamilton 0.58. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sa turday. (Passenger Only). Leaves Ararat 2.10 p.m., Maroona 2.40, Wtllrtura 3.3, Glcnthompson 3.35, Dunkeld 3.57, arrives Hamilton 4.35. Tuesday and' Friday (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 2.10 p.m., Maroona 2.43, Willaiira 3.14, Gl'unth'orapson 8.58, Dunkeld 4.31, arrlvos Hamilton 5.14. Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 10.25 p.m., Maroona 10.52, Wiilaura 11.15, Glcnthompson 11.47, Dunkeld 12.12, arrivea Hamil ton 12.57 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednes day, and Saturday mornings. UP. Daily (Mixed). Loaves Hamilton 12.23 p.m., Dun keld 1.8, Glcnthompson 1.36, Wil laura 2.0, Maroona . 2.40, arrives Ararat- A.zO. . • ' Daily (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton G.28 p.tn., Dun keld 7.13, Glenthompson .7.41, ■ Wil laura S.'J, Maroona 8.32, arrives Ar arat 9.3....
HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE-. . iDtfwn. .. ■ . Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and i ■ Saturday (Mixed!. Loaves Hamilton i.0.20 a.m., Branx holriic 11.12, Gondah 11.39; Myamyn 11.52, Milltown 12.4, Heywood 12.2o p.m., arrives Portland l.Q. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and i Saturday (Mixed.) Leaves Hamilton 4.55 p.m., Branx holnre 5.48, Condah 6.11, Myamyn b.24, Milltown ■ 6.37, Heywcod 7.2, iirrives .-Portland 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mixed)-. Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branx hilme 6.52, Condah 7.18, Myamyn 7.31, i Milltown , 7.43, Heywood 8.8 arrives. Portland 8.55. Up. Daily (Mixed). "Leaves Portland 0.0 a.m., Hay wood 3.53,- Miltown 10.20, Myamyn 10.23, Condah 10.50, Branxholm. 11.25, arrives Hamilton 12.0. ' Monday, Wednesday,. Thursday, ant Saturday. (Mixed).. - - - Leaves Portland 2.55 p.m., Hoy (Too 3.50, Milltown, . 4.15, Myaavyn 4.27,, Condah 4.46,. Braaxholmo, 5.53,' ar rives .Hamilton: 6.-8.
AMERICAN WOOL INDUSTRY. FURTHER COMPLAINTS BY GROWERS. SALT LAKE CITY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
AMERICAN WOOL INDUSTRY. FURTHER COMPLAINTS BY GROWERS. • SA'T LAKE CTTY, Friday. The National Woolprowers' - Con vention today a-rain sharply critioi- j sei the PrcBidental attitude in connection with free wool. Mr. M'Clure, secretary of the 'j Convention, declared that wooi-f men throughout the United States] made a mistake when they assumed i that their industry wns legitimate,' for Prrsident Wilson hail stated that, no legitimate industry woul.l ho in-i lured by the democratic tariff. They now found, however, that their in-1 dustry was verr much injured there by, and only "by ■ the adoption of the most scientific methods could they hore to competa with foreign im ports. . • ____
ENTERTAINMENT AT PENSHURST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
ENTERTAINMENT AT PENSHURST. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Thursday. innt en;crgttic and progressive hedy, the local brunch of the A.N.A., h.ld a \try successful entertainment in the mechanics' hall last evening. . The object wn.i to raise funds ftr ths proj oscd public baths, a iroposal that cho-ild receive the heirty and jractical support of tho Ionnspuoplc. Some time ago, the now dcfi.uct progress association ■•jjok the matter in hand, but mifor tunat-.ly tho project "died in its Infancy." The committee of the schools' ssnside excursion then deci ded to place any surpluses toward.*! a bn'jbs fund, and they now have a "r.i.st rgg" amounting to £42/1/6. This amount will l;.,; augmented by i.SO promised when enthusiasm was at its height by Lh& Mount House shire council, and it was only re cently that t r. C!. J. Chcsswjs gave the assurance iibat the promise Wouli be fulfilled. With this am ount in hand it is almost certain that the long delayed scheme will be carried out and ...
HAMILTON-WARRNAMBOOL. Ordinary Trains. Up. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
HAMllViON-WABRNAMBOOL. Ordinary. Tf&ina. Dp.. rfonday, Tuesday,: Wednesday, and Saturday CMixod). Leaves Hamilton 6,10 a.m., Pens hurst ,7.17, Hawkesdale 8.11, Korolt 3 14, arrives Warrnambool 10.10. Thursday and Friday (Mixed). Hamilton 11 a.m., Pens iti-st I? io p.m., Hawkesdale 1.6, Koroit 2.1G, arrives Warrnambool 2.67. MOTOIt SERVICE. Monday, Tuesday and "Wednesday (Passenger). Loaves Hamilton 4 p.m., Pens huvat 4.45,.. Koroit 6 p.m.y arrive Warrnambool 6.25. : . Thursday,- Friday and Saturday (Passenger). Leaves Hamilton G.80 p.m., Pons ln-.rst 7.15, Koroit 8.30,-. arrives Warr nambool 8.50. Down. MOTOR; SERVICE!. Daily (Passenger). Leaves Warrnambool 8.25 a.m., Koroit 9.0, Penshurst 10,20, arrives Hamilton 11.0. Ordinary Trains. Monday, Tuesday, Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Warrnambool 1 p.m. or 3.17, Koroit 2.55, Hawkesdale 3.60; T'enstiurst 5.-1, arrives Hamilton 5.55. Thursday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Warrnambool 2.17 P." fbroit 2.55, Hawkesdalo 3.50, Pi hurst 5.4, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
IT'S A MERRY XMAS. WITH ALL OWNERS OF A ZftoTHt;' No road is complete without a Ford. Ford Cars are so easy to get because they cost so little, and so eaay to keep because the upkeep Is so little. Ford owners are happy because Ford Cars bring happiness. Send To-Day and Get One. TARRANT MOTORS PTY. LTD, 104-12 Russell-street, Melbourne. Tel. 9200. For Business or Pleasure— Our Oars Witt Return 100 °lo V '• — — 1 Cohen Brothers' Furniture is notably, low-priced, selcct what article you will. Nothing of the sterling, quality is sacrificed. ; SEE THIS CHAIR FOR INSTANCE. ! There's comfort in every inch of it—scat, baclc.arm resls "give " just al the placc best calculated to afford perfect rest for the tired body. A splendid investment, a lasting joy. Remarkable value in cretonric, 17/6; American Leather, 27/6. Sec it, as also our beautiful Mother of Pearl Bedsteads, at £5/10/0. Write for our beautifully-illustrated catalogue—sent post free anywhere. COHEN BROTHERS " The Home of Good Fur...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE VOLCANIC INFERNO. U[?]MAG [?]A[?]LE [?]AGES. FACE OF NATURE ALTERED. TOKIO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
HHUTBR'8 THliEGRAMS. THE VOLCANIC INFERNO. UlM&i HAbL£ OAUES. FACE OP NATURB AbTERKD. TOivlU, Tluirsihiy. His Japanese sctontl cruiser squad ron um.ta j.t ivittoshiiu.i. jcsterday . to assist in the ivhef. For miles ' the asi ect of linturj lias been com J lately altered. l.agoshima lies bu lk d beneath lifteeu feet of ashes. A refugee from Kugosliima states that the rumblings n-gan 011 lOtu iLst., caus.ug hideous noises. No hody slept. All prepared food and had it packed for emergencies. On 12th ins'j. the women and children ■wero smt away. Then Sakurayhima erupted, end was rent for one-third of its height. Fire ;mu1 smoke bel ched forth to a height of a thousand feet. 'J lire,, other nnts then appea red. R.'d hot roc' s were elected, and fierce flames swept the whole is land. TM'.ipCLS ;I1 dozens clung to tho g"nwr\lcs of jvaloadul bouts.' Ka-'oshim.i rcsemHed a battlefield. Hi i diners were shattered in every direction ly the incessant hail of volcanic mnt!»r. When relief...