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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
A SEARCHING Scrutiny reveals ■that The Don lends us iiigh claBS tailors, hatters, mercers, boot men and outfitters. Our suits excel in the fit, style and finish. Few equal, none excel. Values, 63/, 75/'. Best ■ range ol 'hats, fur, felt, 5/G, 7/6", 10/6 : straws 4/G, worth 7/6 ; paoamas. In boots we lead, tans and black, 12/6, 1T/G. In cosy under wear, natty shirts and ties, crash suits, boys' suits, you pet actual money's worth at George and O'Neill's. AT OAjRTHEW',S, Thomson street, best selection Hoyl."i' lilnls, plain, shots, and fancy designs, 32 Inches wide. All 6/11 dozen. A T WALLACE'S. XHAS. GIFTS. TIES. FANCY SOX, SILK HANDKERCHIEF &, And CLOTHING. ASEMROSE has Re-opened in • Shop opposite the Argyle Hotel,- Gray-street, and' as he de sires to make quick clearances of bis stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below. Wholesale Cost for Cash. A REASONABLE Discount Allow ed off Toys to Sunday School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street Emporium. B...
ROUGH ATLANTIC WEATHER. PERILOUS TIMES AT SEA. NEW YORK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
ROUPM ATI ftNT|G WEATHER. PERILOUS TIMES AT SEfl. ' NEW "lOIlK, Thury.lav. The White citar lmer Uceauic, I tons, lias arrived at New! \crx Irom Liverpool v. itli her bridge' torn oil by a gigantic sea. She has ii62 passengers aboard. The captain re oris having encountered heavy gales and snowstorms in the North Atlantic. . The steer.ng . gear of the ViBstl is also damaged. Boston (.Mass.) reports that the lal-.s are cont.nuing in the North Atlantic. The schocntr Grace Mar tin foundered, and se\ ectcen men crcisad lor a day in on epai boat, aft'r vhkh a steamer rr seined them. They were in an exhausted condition owing to a terrific blizzard. Tha ca;tain and members of tlia crew are it'll aboard the '..'obequid, but it . is now considered that there is no hope of saving the liuer. Mos'j of the nareeniers vera frostbitten, and sufle-ed greatly in the snow sLorm, bi t it is believed they will all recover. When t' e Flap struck everyone thought there wes littla chanc« of escape, but the ...
SEVEN THOUSAND PERSONS MISSING OR DEAD. TOKIO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
♦ SEVEN THOUSAND "P^R'.ON'S ! MISSING OR DEAD. I TOKIO, FriJay. Of 12,010 lelmh.tants of Sakura shlrna 5000 live bF-en accounted for. I The fate of the rrst is unknown. No fewer than 100.000 vrsons are home less on the mainland. Lara and stone Mocked the railwav 230 niles away. Blocks of lav.t of the si e of houses were thrown lip. Although the principal volcanoes of Japan are aot've no further disaster is feared ns Sakurashiraa is regarded as the safety valve. Foreign mis°ionaries pre rate.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
of Large Experience Recommend to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davii Street. Brunswick, Vic., writes as follows (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. I am. writing aboot the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and rundown. I gave her several r,cities of Clements Tonic, it soon strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I could wish her before long. Fourteen years ago I first used this medicine as a nurse and have recommended it limes out of number. 1 have seen people restored to health and strength, and bless the day they heard of it. It never failed to do good. t l;n.d) CATHERINE KORTING." Never I:* without this medicine il run witii weak Nerves. Jfud i'.n.r Ap .rtite or ( on'siipalitm, It Hit* t'ic limuati m or»!er r pid'V ALL CHFW1STS & STORES SELL IT. 0BSa3£9GB9SaEnBaiHM8«roG8SGiBI!GGEGG&8&& ty CONS...
MOUNT CAMBIER. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
MOUNT CAMBIER. (From Our Own Correspondent.) At n meeting of the V anMt'Jirt far; im.ro fluent committee on l'mirs.my ,t was decided to uold followuv c,oaU m connecticia^itli the canvas town fnir Open H"mi' cm. ot .i-S, Footuallcrs' ana LricRot o.s' Handicap of -1-3, Boys: Handi cap of A-l. tjorscs ONer HurdUs -U, n ,&lt;t i oni.s ov\r Hurdles i.2. A do ration ui .C2.;2/ was received from thL' cyclone Kince Company. Motor truKic is rapidly increasing in ill- Sonth-East, and during tho last six months Uie increase mnteil to be 100 per cent. In Mount Uambicr alone there ore now 57 rb icist.red motcr cars and 70 motor cy C'()n Friday evening a serious fire start.-1 among some Pine trees ou Messrs. Telford s section ,in Crumbier. Bast. A number of tcaters soon assembled, but ibey were unable to check the flames, which passed onto Messrs. Spebr's farm (Jacsson^, and had it not been for a P°tnt° crop would piobably have destroyed the homestead. The fire swept tlirovgh a newly stri...
BIG FR[?]NCH FORTUNES. HOW THEY WERE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
BIG FRiNCH FORTUNES. I I HOW THEY WERE MADE. Paris cables lately tol-d of more than ±250,000 being realised from the sale, of art objects by the estate ol Mme. Roussei, who up to that time was unknown in her own country. Yet she left a fortune estimated at £8,000,000. That is the wav in Prance—the rich do not court notor iety or publicity, but rather seek. to avoid it. Investigation shows that thoie have been built up in France some enormous fortunes, although they would not compare with the largi-.st of the American millionaires. Oil, vermouth, benedictines, bran dies, perfumes, and special appetizers —these have been the foundation ot many French fortunes, for they have all a world-wide market. Net profits of £600,000 monthly were made for a number of years by an oil firm con trolled by a few individuals. A tex tile business owned by three brothers and two cousins has for years been producing £3,000,000 in net pronts annually. LA. dry goods house which has been doing business, for...
COR[?]KE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
COROKF. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ] WednfiivKy. (In Paturdny, 11 Mi -v aon'.al was held to Kay pood-bye to Kev. S. M'.WecUinon the occasion i.t his resiKiiin^ (he charge of the >;.iro'ie district. Mrs. M'jVirc'iin wa'i .lU'O present. Tin! proceedings conu "e 1 of afternoon ten, most tastefully ar ranged by th:i lndi-s in the (.Voro'jce hall. After a few senps anil had been delivered, a rrc-fviMtio i was made by Mr. F. CI. Ko'.verison o' a purse of sovereigns, oil behalf of menibcra of the church and fi ion.ls. The reverend gcntlrmnn, on risivg to .(hunk the people, was very niueli af f"Cted. hut was a'le'to sa>' ho.v pleased hj was to sen so many re presentatives of a'l denomination:! to wi^'h him good-bye. After bnvi'i hern 2'.' yrars in the district h; could not hel]i but feel, the parting. lie irnve a brief outline of his >voik in the district during the past vears, and concluded with the hope ihat a j oi:ni;er n-.an would be found to car rv on the work. Mr. RcTirrt'...
SPORTING NOTES. RAGING. HORSHAM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. RAGING. HORSHAM RACKS. Ttio annual meeting of the Hor I'lmni Ilncing Club is brought under notion in this issue, an nttractiv programme 'having teen arranged fo thfl two clays on Wednesday an Thursday, February 25 and 20. Th J rrlncipal events are the Horslian ('.lip of iRO sovb., Borough Handicap of 30 sovs., First Hurdle Iiace of 110 j aovs., find. Second Hurdle Hace of 25: sovs. Enti'icfy- for the principal e.v J cnts close Wednesday, February 11,i and for all •other events on Tuesday, Fol runry 21, at 10 and '.I p.u., re Hptdtively, with Mr. H. (!. Bond, sec retary. from whom full particulars and programmes may be obtained.
INTERSTATE COMMISSION. WARNING TO ANONYMOUS LETTER WRITERS. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
INTERSTATE COMMISSION. WARNING TO ANONYMOUS i.KT TER WRITERS. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Fridnv. At to-day's sitting ot the Tnfrstate Commission, the chairman, Mi. A. B. PiddiitRton, spoke very suonnly against the practice of people neml ias anonymous letters to tlic com mission. He warned the punlio that the commissioners were in the sum: position in this respect as wove judges. W. H. Renwick, secretary of the J Free Trade and Land Values league, warmly opposed the hoot manufac turers' request for extra duties, lie said the ditties asked [or would in crease the burden on the public i £127',000 yearly, and claimed tnat the public should he allowed to l,;iy as cheaply, as possible.
CRICKET. HAMILTON V. SOUTH-EASTERN (S.A.) TEAM. EASY WIN FOR VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
GRIGKET. HAMILTON V. SOUTH-EASTERN (S.A.) TEAM. EASY WIN FOK VIS1TUKS. The match which wits rommmsMl Melville oval on Thursday M^rnoon betwoen Mr. Hayman's tenm of South-Eastern crickctcrs .md the •local association team was -;unsludc&lt;i yesterday i" glorious wcatlwv. Ihc wickct stood splendidly, anil on the whole played well throughout, with tho exception o£ one sott sprit at the town end. This made Kid mar. s how line rather more difficult thnr. 1' would otherwise have been, several " shooters " trickiuz the Vitoincn. With cieht wickets down for the respectable total of 424 runs. the visitors declared their innings closed. Shortly after eleven o'clock A. Ul brieh arid J. Young opened to the howling of Magary ami Kidman. Buns came freely at first, and both hatsmen opened confidently. with 38 on tho hoard, however, a scpara tiott was brought about, the t-oconu •wicket falling shortly afterwards. Ulbrich was shaping nicely, an I aaa 28 to bis credit when he was fowled bv Ma...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. ,(By Special Wire.) MELBOUItNli!. • Messrs; John M'Whnu ami Uo., stock anil share hrolcors, " Collins House," Collins-street., Melbourne, report ns follows Melbourne Trams—Buyers 44/, sell er;) 44/l.j, stiles 44/1 J. Amalgamated Zitio.—Buyer* 27/3, saletf 27/4.J. North Broken—Uuyors 52/3, soiling 52/4J, sales 52/3, 52/6. Hampden—Buyers 30/Tiy sellers 30/10£, sales .!I)/V}. ■Mount Cn'jhbert—Buyers 13/8, sal's 14/. Oathcurt—Buyers 2/10, sellers 3/1. •Oathcart Central—Buyers 32/6, -sel lers 38/, stiles 33/. ■ • Tlangi Logan—Buyers 34/7J, sellers 35/.' ' Langl Logan North,1—Buyers 5/, sellers 5/3. Jjnngi Logan South—Buyers . 14/4, sellers 14/!>. phllipplncs—Buycrs 32/, sellers 14/.
PENNANT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 17 January 1914
pennant competition. Thn local pennant competition will ho advanced another staee this ai tpmenn. wlion the two matches com mence! Inst Saturday will be- con cluded. The Oapulots, who vnu »e sti'pngthcntd l.y the inclusion of h. ro''«m. hA'.il n siit'-itantial lea:l ov er the Dandies on .Melville oval, wl i e on tlu! lower ttround a close may he expected, as only tw®\ runts separate the two tcam* °...... first imiinps, a.wl t has lost four wickets for 107 tn then second attempt. The ™i~ team will include tlnnnon nwlDieu, vj'io were absent laat b-aturda^.