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I.O.R. PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

X.O.B. PIONIO. 'The Hamilton I.O.B. held a very successful oicnic at tlic Nie'etta on Sctu-dav lost, when a rood number seized the ocoortunitv to <*et a <roi;l •afternoon's enjovmrnt at the fails. T^o social committes of the lod"" bp- decided to run a series of these oiltines. and +*•■■> sucress of the first nhe augurs -well *or the well-beinp, of the remainder, The convp.vauces left f.lf t.p'nner»nc' bail shortlv'ii'ter t>vo o'clock, ard when thev arrived «t the io"rn»y'p pmt. the warty viewed the falls, ami otherwise pnent tiie t'.m® profitably until the tea hour cam" ifiroun'd. ) (Af»«r t"a bnd •l-e,,n servii the rem&ind'r of tlie time «as soenr. in ?ames. at;d the nartv left on the return journey at about s.30. rea"'" tri" here at about 10 «'clofcv, A'.l were satisfied with tveir dav's oi-t in-'. and expressed th'ir rtps'ro. : to att»nd the n«xt me, vhich' will Dro I'ablv lie held about th» middle ot February. ,

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WARWICK FARM RACES. RUE VICTORIA WINS WARWICK HANDICAP. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. The Warwick Farm meeting was held to-day with the following results:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

WARWtCk FA KM IHCES. RUK \ I .TO HI A WINS WARWICK HANDICAP. (Reuter'a Teleeram.) SYDNEY. Saturday. The Wa'wic'i Farm meeting was held to-day with the following re-i tlllts .— i Liverpool Mils.—Former, l ; Miss Legation, 2 ; Merton i^nd, 3. Winner B to 1. ' Warwhk Farm Stakes.—Secrete 1 • Uralsk. 2; Vif, 3. Winner, 5 to 4. .1 liven lc Handicap.—Crail, 1 ;• Prin ce Palatine, 2; ljucen Malt, 3. Win ner, 3 to 1. Three-Vsar-OUl Handicap.—Protec tion, 1 ; Herringbone, 2 ; Valior, 3. Winner, 5 to 1. Wunviec Farm Handicap.—Rue Victoria, 1; Kilmeadon, 2 ; Miss Legation. 3. Winner, 5 to 1. . l'ace Welter.—Corcnata, l;Wlicr-. ry, 2; Whimmercen, 3. Winner, 12 to 1.

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STREET OBSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

Street obstruction. The congested state of the street I trn'Pc (in Friday. ni°lit, in the busi ness portion' cf Gray-street; is be coming more and mote a matter for strict regulation This is nibre par ticularly imp'rpcs'cd by the fact that motor cars and motor . bicycles are : tiing used in increasing numbers. The want ot foresight which eventua ted *n-fir'v-strtet being laid out as a narrow thoroughfare is) tolrif!,/incon veniently felt h.y the present genera tion, and th j difficulty of turning' a. car in Mif street, makes the ' conges tion even, more daneeronp. Without arestionine the right of the pedes trian to thj street. Tpmon courtesy should influence pcoole in giving right of way to vehicles. On the fnotoathe mid in the centre of the street knni= of peoDle congregate for tfie apparent, purpose nf discussing various matters, important or other wise. They mi»ht reasonablv ka»p j on the move and not cause th3 ob rfrucMon about which motor drivers con>cl>jiti

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GAMPERDOWN RACES. Following are the weights for the above races, to be held on Monday next:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

OAMPERDOWN RACES. Following arc the weights lor the above rac.s, to be held on Monday nnxt :— Trial Staffs, wei°ht (or a^e.—Kin" Kirk, 9.0 ; Embrasene, La Fauclieiir, Bullarook, Nat Kirk, Ornate, Tour, Exeter, 8.12 ; Mis3 Juue, Snorts Girl, 8.11: Cuil-ee. Dowlin? Forest. Malvaceius, Olympic, Tweed-, side, Wambisal, Mneme, 8.3 ; Clan yard, 6.9. Hurdle Race.—Recollect, 11.7 ; Ful crum, 11.5 : Emerald Dale, 11.3 • Millabah, 10.5 : Ladv Alva, 10.0 • ICure, 'J.13 : Kyluna, Brown Bird, 9.10; Autumna, 9.7; Hicoch'et,1 Can vasser, 9.5 ; Calabash, Rose of Fal kirk, 9.0. Ladies' Bracelet.—Boulogne, 11.12; Saltare, Ka'.o, 11.9 ; Jaci Crusoe, Kirk Diae, 11,3 : Ma Cossa. 11.0 • Kinp Kirk, 10.12 ; Wiri Wiri, Ful crum, 10.8 : Sports Girl, Tourney. 10.3 ; Autumna, Dalesman, Tour, Ex eter, Sea Warrior, 10.0. Pony Race.—May Coil, 10.G ; Tra clu, B.ll ; Lady Brown, 8.9 • Ladv Arden, 7.12 ; Sweet Alice, 7.0 -.'Gree dy. 7.0 : Tim, U.7. Oanu crdowti ( itii. -Atom 9.9, Pri zefighter 9.0, Obi 8.10, Ghuhvyj...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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HONOURING AN OLD CHIEF [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

honouring an old chief . Ill an official manner Mr. J. Law rence, retiring postmaster at Hamil ton, saw -the last of the staff on Saturday evening, when at their in vitation, he was present as their late head to receive a token of the W-gard in which he was held by all the members.' The present tooic the form of a silver coffee service (suit ably inscribed), and this was liandcl over to the accompaninent of many complimentary and appreciative re parks. Messrs. Hocking mid- Honan epoke on behalf of the telegraphists, Messrs. Miillohy and Gelder for the sorters, Mr.' Cawlfey for the linemen, and Mr Sinnott for the instrument fitters In response, Mr. Lawrence said that in Hamilton he had been proud, of his staff, and would always 'be plfased to see them now that he had retired into private Mfe.'for, 'as they knew.- he.had decided to mak6 Hamilton his home and hoped to re main here for the rest of his days. The gift he appreciated very much and he could assure the staff it would he caii...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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PROPOSED SWIMMING BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

PROPOSED SWIMMING BATHS. I Those specially concerned in the ' establishment of proper swimming : baths in Hamilton will be interested. ' to learn that an effort will be made to interview Mr. Beaurepaire, the swimmine Erector of the Education department, who is passing through Hamilton to-morrow, and obtain any- advice which he may bo preparSd to offer on a suggested site. A spot which is very much fttvoiirod is sit uated near Mr. Melville's property on Grange creek, for which a definite r'an can easily be obtained, aiid it is thpnght that Mr. Beaurepaire may be able to givfi some expert opinion from the swimming point of vWw. as to its suitability for the purpose. The mayor (Cr. Greed), w'^o has shown a consistent interest' in the proposal, has been' approached, and' has expressed a willingness lo meet the department's instructor, and hear his opinions. Any other citi zens who may toe interested \vill doubtless be welcomed at the inter-; view, artd, we understand, can fri.ti roate t...

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ELEVEN LTVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

ELEVEN LTVES LOST. Eleven lives were lost in the disas ter to submarine A", which occurrcd in Whit8nnd Bay. The sea was mod erate nt the time. The submarine, | nccomoanted by the Pi<rmy attached to the sea-Roing depo^. shio Fort\i, dived for tho- mirpoBO of firing tor pedres. The A7 remaining an unus ual time below, the officers of Ilia FIt jny became alarmed. They endeavoured; to communicate with the submarine, tout their calls elicited 110 response. They saw ominous bubbles upon thi smooth swell over the rocky bottom, j jind placed a buoy to mark the s lot, Tho buoy -dr'ttod, and was rot found. Prompt salvage efforts continued f-ui l^Bsly with Ihe a.d of search lights. The officials sulise.iuently stated there was practically no hope of rescue, as the oxygen wad only sufficient for Fix hours. No fewer than two hundred olllcers land men have perished during the past ten yrars in seven Brit'dh an.l nine foreign submarine accidents. Newspapers, commenting on the suc cessiv...

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RIFLE CLUBS UNION CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

1iufu-; 'globs.'"xjnidk cjbntrt; The secretary? o( the Western y\t trlct RiHo Cliihs' Union, >To. Xflj;' ha:; received the following communication fr6m the supervisor of rifle clubs.:-rr " I am directed to acknowledge the receipt ol your letter of tlio 13 iniit., atiplxiuc for permission to hold the next annual nrize nicotine of "our union wt Portland. It iB noted that .it took four days last .year. t« ! carry out your prize meeting with seven targets at your disposal, and . as there arc only three targets on the, ' Portland Rifle Club's, range, it , ip presumed, tlinb tho time to cari;y out • your programme of matches, svo\.\\d; accordingly have to be increased, iu> proportion. When tho construction ■ (, of tho present rifle ranpc at HmnU I ton, at a coat of over £■$54, was car ried out sufficient accommodation to, enable your union's annual pri'/,e ; mooting to bo expeditiously carried out was Included in the equipment of the ranee, and this fact has evident ly been overlook...

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IRISH HOME RULE. "HE PARTING OF THE WAYS." LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

IRISH HOME RULE. — " THE PARTING OF THE WAYS." LONDON, Friday. The " Irish Times" states that Mr. Bonar Law's speech brings us to the parting of "the ways in the greatest political crisis of modern times. The "Irish Independent" deilares that if the Government accepted the exclusion of 'Ulster in any shape the Nationalist would revolt against dismemberment. ' i

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A PROPOSED CONVENTION. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

A PROPOSED CONVENTION. . LONDON, Saturday. Viscount Hythe, speaking at a non-party meeting at Bexhitl, iniu Kurated a campaign for the setUE- j ment of constitutional difficulties by conference and consent. He 'Uizgestcili the holding of a convention re;:ani ing Home Rule similar to that which . drafted the constitution of South Africa. Viscount Hythj declared that the Home Rule crisis was more j grave than South Africa's war.

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Items of [?] SERIOUS GRASS FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

Items of lUtos, SERIOUS GRASS FIKE. Yesterday was the hottest Jay oi the present season, the maximum shade register reaching 96.6, and in addition a hot north Wind was blow ing the greater portion of the day. About halt-past ten a fipe sprang un in the vicinity of the Nigretta Falls though the manager of the estate, Mr. John ' Jtinehan, 011 his rrJotnliig round found everything Apparently safe. At the hour mentioned the Cass became suddenly alight, and the wind quickly fanned it into a serious conflagration. One wing of the fire travelled in the direction of the roaid leading to the falls, over which a spark landed fully one hun dred yards, and rapidly travelled . in the j:ri»ction -of'Mr. Otto Huf's pro perty. wherfe about 20 tons of hay, a large stack of straw,! and'a- fine plan tation werei consumed, the residence bciog saved by a fortunate change of wind.. The fire then reached Mr. C. P. Menzers property, -where «<ii acres of crop and about 100 aores'of grass were 'bu...

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THE VOLTURNO FIRE. OFFICERS EXONERATED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

THE VOLTURNO FIRE. OFFICERS EXONERATED. •LONDON, Friday. The enquiry into the loss of the Volturno, which waB burnod at sea, has exonerated the officers, and found that, the firo originated in the cargo. The court found that the nassen ■ cers behaved well, that the officers and crew performed their duties hravely under exceptional difficulties., and praised the gallantry ol the res cuers. The fire was possibly due to the escape of Barium super oxide, whl^h burst into flames.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JANUARY 19,. 193,4... For the &econd time within a few months the workers of South Africa btive :rnade the serious mistake of en tering upon n strike -without pro perly preparing themselves for the i.urden of conflict and without having enlisted the sympathy of thi general body of the public. The strike of miners, still fresh in the minds of everybody, was a huge mistake from an industrial point of view. It, yiel ded to the men themselves nothing but disaster, and caused gr„at in jury to the commnnity by loss of life and trade. After such a dismal fai lure as that it would have been sup posed that ths men had had suffi cient experience of the futility' Vjf striking as a ir.eans to gaining what ever ends they might have in view. Undeterred bv failure, however, the railway men made an'even bolder bi<l to set the laws and authority of the coun'jry at defiance. They were foolish enough to imagine that a Go vernment which so relentlessly put an...

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NAVAL ARMAMENTS. UPROARIOUS SCENES AT MEETING. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

NAVAL ARMAMENTS. UPROARIOUS SCENES AT MEET ING. LONDON, Friday. A meetin", attended by Mr. John Brunner, Sir Walter Runcimnn, Mr. Henry Primrose, Mr. D. Mason, and Mr. Lough, Liberal member of the House of Commons, passed a resolu tion urging a reduction in arma ments. Uproarious scenes occurred, several stoe'e exchange members d.« councirce the " Little Navyites."

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WANNON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. NORTH HAMILTON V. MURNDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

WANNON DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. ■NOIIT1I HAMILTON V. MURNDAL. Tli,> Rccoml n<nteh lor the premter Bhh) of tlie Wnnnon Dinlrict Ahho rijftton wan played oh tliu North Hh niilton around on Saturdiiv altei nonn lintwiiRn North Hixm'lton and Murmlpl teams', tlu louie club win ■Ming on the first innings, by 23 runs. It Was. the first occasion on which a t.nm from Miundal had played at North. Hamilton, and , as a form of i welcome afternoon tea was provided j by the lady supporters of the North club. Appended are the scores :— I Murmlal.—F. Miller, !> 13. Mulley, I I ; A. Hellniann, b K.- Mulley, it ; XI. Miller, u Oarlt, b G. MulUy, S ; G. Bpxor,. b E. Mulley, 0 ; P. Thomp son, c G. Mulley, b 13. Mulley, 0 ; N. M'Nicol, ri.n out, 0 ; G. Powell, c nnd b Dempster, 4; \V. 'Gallachor, b 13. Mi.lU.y, o ; H. (tiillachvr, Ml Mul-1 ley, 1 ; J. R6\ve, c arid b Pempst'>r, 2 : W. Kbwe. 'not out.,0 ; sundries, li ; i total, .ffl. . v ] Howling aneiysis -13., Mulley, 6 | wkts for IS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

T. H. LAIDLAW S CO.. AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton.? Branch Offlcca at Horsham, Warrack Habnal, Rainbow, Jeparlt, .Nhill, Coloraino, Wiliaura. Alio at 437 Collina-ni,, Melbourne. SALES of Fat and Store Sheep and Cattle conducted in tha Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every Friday, Fortnightly Salaa held at Macarthur and Coleraine. Auction *nd Private Sales ot Land and Stock Conducted In any part of (.he Statu.' Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of latereit. AGENTS FOR Dalgety & .Co., Woolbrokers, Gielonf / •, and Melbourne. , x- 1' THE I. O. A. (Th» Imucance Office of Au«tralla, ' ' Ltd.) Fire AcclJcnt Live Stock. Sfaka Yo^r Wi l — - • Ani Provide for the Future t>j Means of THE PERPETUAL Executors' and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. . Office—89-Sl Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. Claims Guarantee' Fund, £IO,OM. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, 3 .Esq. (Chairman), Colin Temple-' tan, E«q., Hon. ; John ..Tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

ABERDEEN LINE. Australia to London Via Fronmntle, Durban, tad Cnpt ' towa. HTKAMUR8 UP TO 11,000 T0N8 GROSS. LeaTs Melbourne Every 28 Day*. SUPERIOR UP-TO-DATE SALOON ACCOMMODATION. Special Attention is given to tho Comfort and AccomniodnMou ol PaB •eagers in tho THIRD CLASS, surgeon and Stewardess Carried. Steamers fitted' with Wireless Tele graphy and all Latent Appliances to insure Comfort ot Puseengerg on the Voyage. SALOON FARES— To London, from £45. To South Africa, from £!•. THIRD CLASS FARES— To London, from £16. To South Africa, from £13/13/. Tickets interchangeable with P. and 0. Branch Service. Tickets avail able for return by Orient line, via Suez—Fir*t Saloon £110, Secomd Saloon Ji8*. APPly lJALQHTY & CO., LTD., Melbourne. THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE. flu M1ok1s« Km, Taat, New Twin Serew Steamer* will 1mt< MELBOURNE FOR LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW. 1 fla AJDKjAIDB. DURBAN, aa4 , - CAPETOWN | Taklag PASSENOBRS to LONDON, Who are cent fr«e per apeclal train from Liv...

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CIRCUMSTANTIAL DETAILS DENIED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

circumstanttal details denied. T OKDON. Rntnrilnv Tlio Admiralty nnnounccs that the BUfcmiirino has not been located, tlu'.i contralictin^ the clrcumstant'al statements of local correspondent.}, as cabled vesterday. The Admiral t-v believes ' that the vessel lies tour miles of! Ram's Head. I

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BRITISH SUBMARINE DISASTER. VESSEL FA[?]LS TO RISE CONTRADICTORY REPORTS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

_ BBPTBR'B TELEGRAM a. . BRITISH SUBMARINE i DISASTER. 1 VESSEL FA LS TO RiS*, ' CONTRADICTORY HKPOUTS. _ . I.ONDON, Frklnv. During naval manoeuvres the Bri tish submarine A7 (Commander Well man) foundered in seventorn fathoms." The disaster occurred at midday. Salvagers aro endeavouring to raiie • tho vessel, tile cr«\v of which we-e still alivu at 5 p.m. to-day. When the llotiila was ordered to tho siirfaco Submarine A7 did not I'iee. A warship communicated with tho crew by wireless and divers also tapped, hut received no answers. Af ter six o'clock hope was abandoned. Tho catastrophe is attributed tr> disabled pumps. The salvagers have roturned to port, and will resume in the morning. The death roll inclu'leq two ofllcers, nine petty ofttccrs and men.

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TERRIER COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914

TERRIER COURSING A meeting of; the terrier ' coursing cluti was l el<l at • tlie friendly societ-j ies grodrid on Saturday afternoon, ! when the chicf feature vus the excel lent work put in consistently by Mr. .'. Page's Vera. Enthusiasts ex j fessed the opinion that with fair luck this <log is bound to run well kigninst {he best that may he coin feting cn Monday next, for which HrittrJUy's mtethig was practically a j:r< paratjry fixture. Following are the details Trial Stakes, first <log iO', runner-up 10/ third and fourth doss 3/ each.—First Round—Ofla 'beat Bell, Too Honest f>eat Lady Pros je.-t, Bee heat'/ Fingerprint, Belove l.<?>it Barney, Prt.ath beat Traquette, £ new-flake' heat' Rcotch I.ass, Tratnore 1 eat Wannon,' Trumps heat Unknown. First Ties.—Ofta beat Too Honest, felove beat Bee, Breath beat Snow fa e, Trumps heat .Tramore. Sec ond Ties.—Belove beat 08a. Trumps tent Breath. Deciding Course.—N. Taylor's TMir...

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