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STRIKES IN ENGLAND. MASTER BUILDERS' PLEDGE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
- STR KES IN ENGLAND. MASTER BUILDERS' PLEDGE. LONDON. Saturday. Leaders of trade unions urce mem bers not to sign the master bulliers proposed line pledce. Some leadeis question its legality. The 'Association of Chambers of Commerce has written a letter ^ to Mr. As^uith urcine him to institute A judicial innuiry into the wor Vi and -effect of the Trades)' Disputes Act. The request cmplirortpes the tirovailinir unrest anil violence ana intimidation which accompanied the jpecent strikes.
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. V.A.T.C. RACES. ATORA WINS JANUARY HANDICAP. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. V.A.T.C. RACES. ATORA WINS JANUARY HANDI CAP. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Sntnrd.iv. The January meeting o( the V.A.T.C. was held to-day in line but hot weather. There was a good at tendance, and the following are me results :— Hurdle ISnce.—Widdon, 1 ; The Ma jestic Nut, 2 ; Dominician, 3. Other Ktarttrs—Doinus, Recollect, Goldlish, and Areadius. Betting : 9 to 4 agst Majestic Nut, 5 to 2 Wlcklen. Wo i by three-q mirters of ft length. He collect was fourth, ami Goldfish last. Areadius stopped. Time, 3min. 50} sees. KonkariUb Trial.—Goola'matongi, 1; Kurni^ai, 2 : Wyneth, 3. Other star ters—Miss Melton, Patey, Liquation, Delthyris, PoPl'cia, Pernickety, r.^d Campus. Winner/ 6 to 4 on. Won ;,y 1J lengths. Li illation was fonrtn. and Delthyris last. Time, lmin. 15 sees. Anniversary Handicap.—Atora, 1 ; Wallalo, 2 : Sylvanmorc, 3. Other starters—The Parisian, Diabolo, Del phic. Prizefighter, Glndwyn, Rose vitw, nrd Hard of Avon. Netting : 2S to 1 a...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. ,(lly Special Wire.) MELUQUHNIO, Saturday. Messrs. John M'Whao ami,, Co., bU;o.c ami: .sluir.i brokers, "Collins House," Collins-street, iM«\l>o\u'nu, ji.poii as follows iMolliounie Trams--Buyers H/, sell ers 44^3, sales -14/1J« Am«le&lt;wit£&lt;! V4lne—Buyers '27/lJ, sellers 2?/b, sales 27/0. • North Broken—Buyers 53/1 j, bcU rrs 1, sales 63/3-. Hampden—Buyers 31/4J, sullurs ;ua;. Mount Cuthbcrti—Buyers 14/, soll i»rs 14/3. Cathcnrt--Buycrs 2/11, sellers 3/1. Cathcart Central—Buy era ".32/6, sel lerB 33/.. ' * • Lnngl Lognn—Buyers 34/10J, sellers 35/. , r L,smgi TjOgau North—Bujers 5/1, Kellers 5/4. Langl Logan South—Buyers 14/2, sellers IS/. Philippines—Buyers 31/, sellers 35/.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
Wool Wool HEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE Ageppy CQ. Ltd. "Sdo"?0' 'An proceeds ate held in trust. Each owner's consignment ii stored by itself and oan be inspected any time up to date of sale. Wool Sales Every Tuesday. Grain Every Wednesday Other. Produce Three Jimea a Week. Liberal Advances ',Mado, Batter Shipments Undertaken on Owner's Account. 1HBEE MONTHS' FBEE STOEAQE on all Grain received into Btoie foom 1st Pocember to' 81st Match, after whioh one inonth - allowed. General Agents.—Victoria, Rlverlna and Queensland for Cooper's Sheep Dip. . . jute Agents la Victoria and Queensland for tha Palatine' Insurance Co., OFFICES : COT LINS AND ICING-STREETS,' MELBOURNE. Hides Grain Tallow Bark Leather Brokers mm Nromleeleei
RUGBY. ENGLAND DEFEATS WALES. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
RUGBY. ENGLAND DEFEATS WALES. Vim ri,„i LONDON, Sunday, lhc Rugby football match between ligland and Wfiles resuiu-d Eng land, two goals ; Wales, ono jJil sv1 aI '°PPal g0ia' A n>agn»flceiit ♦ t 5 WaS w'tncssed by a )ii,Vc attendance, and international feelinc ran nigh Brown, driving over two opponents, obtained England's flr.st try, and bit, wonderful rush from the lur* out enabled Pvlman to acpre , sec?H'l try, England snatching victory in the last flvo minutes.
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE JAPANESE HORROR. DEATH ROLL EXAGGERATED. TOKIO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
RBDTBR'B TELEGRAMS. THE JAPANESE HORROR. DEATH ROLL EXAGGERATED. TOKIO, Friday. Tlio chic? of tho Boitmiolosical branch, who hns arrived lit Kago shima, beUcvoH the eruption of Saku rashima to have been duo to (he ac tivities of -the volcano JCiiji shiina, whereon lCseiwl says blip Ei^ peror's divine ancestors descended from heaven. Investigation proves tho doftlh roll to have been cxngRciwted. Tl^o majority of tlie islanders were res cued. Not one of tho 3,0,000 houses around Kacoshima hay, ho\v&lt;jvor, re tains its stiape. The streets , we^o buried in deep ashes, which looked like snow. There is a, greftt scarcity of food, and manv women have \i&lt;?en made iusane through separation from or loss of families. Tlilvtv-thr?e per sons were found alive, huddled in a cave at SakurasTilma. Sailors waded breast high in, th$ ashes in the hope of cilectinp; rescues. The eruption changed the entire shape of the island;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
Sores Formed Large Scabs. Very Painful, Also,Great Itching. Used '.Cuticiifa Soap and Ointment. Scabs Disappeared. i * ;10 Lackey St., St. Peters; N. 8. —"Fop several mouths I had u very bad breaking out of sores which formed largo scabs on my neck. The sores and scabs were very painful, also itching; in fact the Itching was •g great that I could hardly keep roy hand away from the scabs. 1 had tried various totalled cures but without relief, when, remembering what iny friends had told ma of Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. I got some Cuticura Ointment and from tho > first application 1 derived relief and after applying it as directed, before going tcr bed, I arA thankful to «ay tliat the scabs com* pletely disappeared within two months. The Cuticura Ointment is a euro for any thing of that kind, also I havo found it useful for tho relief of insect bltys, cuts and wound*." , (Signed) George James Kex, February, 1013. ; In tho euro of baby'* skin and hair, Cuti cura Soap is the...
SYDNEY'S WATERSIDE STRIKE. ALL WHARVES DESERTED. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
I SYDNEY'S WATERSIDE STRIKE. ] A1,L. W'MARV ICS DKSERTBl). (Renter's Tclogram.) ■ SYDNRY, SutMVdny. | Th# wharf labourers have deserted nil tile wharves around Sydney after fi.'e o'clock. The wharf ' labourers | are seeking to forc« the hands i.f th? steamship compnniis with the intention cf nssis'.i ng the delegates who are now in Melbourne in trying to sen re for them inerea.ses fi'Oiii 1/0 to 2/ ail hour for ord nary work, i nd from 2/3 to 3/ for overtime. Th(> men decided among themselves: not to Oo any more overtime until their ile nand is concerted. Thf-y know the conse indices, mid say they nrc rrepared to take th«ci. Most of the. men were at work as l'siiil at irielit o'clock this morning, h't as scon «s 12 o'clock struck, and overtime rates commenced, Ule trucks wcr« dropped, and tho ivincht'9 we-e left. The union officials wero noi, consulted hy the men. Mr. 1-Vshcs is stir rised and anno y.&lt;) at illj action of thu iwii.
AMERICAN FREE WOOL. COMPETITION WITH AUSTRALIA. SALT LAKE CITY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 19 January 1914
AMERICAN FREE WOOL. COMPETITION WltW AUSTRALIA. SALT LAKE CITY, Saturday. Tlio Woolgrowers' Convention con sidered the introduction of co-opera tion among woolgrowers in order to compete with the incoming Austral ian product. Various sppakcifs also advocated taking* steps, to oiiminate entirely the commission men who lowered the promts of the grpvvcr?,. K*:- Governor Gooding, of Mafto, declared that unfess the selfish manu facturers were curbed, they would do? stroy not only woolgrowers, but t'ho nation itself. He added that tho industry -would not prosper while Democrats remained at th-e hwqk . of affairs. Ho attacked Mr. Bryan (of the leading part he took in the in troduction of the froe wool cam-. Paigii.