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THE DUBLIN STRIKE. ATTACK ON FREE LABOURERS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

THE DUBLIN STRIKE. ATTACK ON FREE LABOURERS. LONDON, Monday. It. is understood that James Lur kin, at a. secrat meeting held in Dub lin, advise,1 the strikers to resume work, as the supplies of money and food from England hnd practically craf:eii. Larkfn, however, urge-.l the men not to sign agreements. _ The strikers have madfe several at tacks upon free labourers In Dublin. One of the Intter died from a frac tured skull. '

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE CAB[?]NET MEETING. VARIOUS MATTERS DISCUSSED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

STATE CAB NET MEETING. VARIOUS MATTERS DISCUSSED. I (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Monday. A variety if matters was dealt ! wilii at to-day's Cal.inet meeting;. It was arranged that intimation should i 1 e made r.t the opining of buslines* I as to w lmt mens;.res are to lie pro 1 eeudu.l with, and what dischar ged from the papeis. The Wor lds' t oit'Pnisat on I-ill will he on>> of ; hj l.rs'.i dealt with. A committc.', consisting of the Mi n st'r cf i'uMic Works. Sir A. J. TVncoe', and Mr. Mncl-.innon, was ai po;i:t:d to make arrangements for th i ivpi tion of *.iV. new Governor, who w 11 arrive next month. jt was decided to fall in with the Fiffestion of the I'rimr Minister, tlif.t ont; officer should represent the States at the Imperial conference on education, iistead of the Stales heinj s-s "nratsly represented. Dr. <;. S. Syme is to represent Victoria at tlu; medical conference at Ace1'land next mOTith, as Sir II. It. Allen, who was nominated 1\V th&...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE OPEN COMMUNION. OUTSPOKEN EPISCOPAL COMMENTS LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

REUTER'B TELEGRAMS. THE OPEN COMMUNION. OUTSPOKEN EPISCOPAL COMMENTS, LONDON, Monday. I'reachinir at St. Mary's Cathedral, j Edinburgh, yesterday, the Arclibis-1 I103 of York said that tiu ICikuyu J roposal /or ■ thj establishment 'of open communion was an intiresting experiment in missionary policy. In the region where special circum stances called loudly for Christian co-operation I hi; subscyiunt act of communion was mere tpisodj, wise or tin wire, for which the partici pants were responsible. Alt at home earnestly longed for common Cliris tiaiiitv to show a mors united front urainst the surrounding indifference and unbelief. His Grace said it was needless to remind 'them of tin ties binding them ; to their Protestant fellow Chris I tinns. A satisfactory solution of the problem depended on the tone and temrer of church opinion. He concluded by urging the necessity for Patience, muhns'sing the example set by the two great Presbyterian churches in search of re-union.

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THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

THE WEATHER. lESTERDAY'B HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet tiumiu Times. Corrected. Bull). Bulb. ity. p. cent. 3 a.m. 2\938 61A SI.7 SO.O 3 p.m. :>J.04S (15.3 52.0 Jj.O KAINFAIjTi. Four points. SHADE TEMPERATURE. Maximum Minimum. 67.2<1pk. 50.0deb. Full Moon—February lltli. New Moon—January 26. Average raintall for 44 vcars, ;ron» Januarv 1st, 1870, to December ilel, 19X3, 27.81 incbee. Total rainiall Irom January 1st, to 9 a.m. on January lit, 53 points. TO-DAY. Run riSdS 5.30, Bets 7.54. Moon rises 12.1 a.m., sets 2.12 p.m.

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MILITARY ENCAMPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

I MILITARY ENCAMPMENT. To-doy the whole of the squad ron 20th Li^ht HorHc rejrim^nt will assemble ftt the drill hall. Hamilton, for four days' annual musketry train in>'. The advance euard, unljr Qup.r ler-Master-Screieant Coutts, arrived yeBterday, /mil the necessary prepara tions for the encampment v. ox .peditioUBly performed, the hagsrnjcfi, etc., bdnjc .. ai'ocatcd. {Tlio camp will be mulct' the ;:ommnntl of Lieutenant Woodburn, and as the attendance Is compulsory a f.ill mus ter is a us u red. The chief w K will bo the annual musketry, but. other instruction will also be given. The position of instructor to the Uclit Horse, which lias Ivcen practically vacant since the departure of Ser geant-Major C.irmcily, has been tilled by the appointment of isergeant Mnjor Bailey. Mosra. O'Brien Bros.' next Pcns lmi-rft trill i,c held on Monday, February 2. Mr. r. A. Castclla, watchmaker, is pi'yiiV his periodical visit to Macnr tluir. and may be seen in premises cPP'sitc the Colonial ...

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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Monday. Following is the official forecast for Tuesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Monday. Followtne is the official iorecasi for Tuesday ... Clearing showers in east » • otherwiae fine and cool ; soa.tt-vsest to south winds.

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SCHOOL HEALTH LESSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

SCHOOL HEALTH LESSONS. I'arents us well as educationalists will be interested in the January numbers of the Btlucatlon depart ment s school paper, which hiis just been issued. The subject of hygiene is ispoiially dealt with, and the ma jority of the articles relate to the !• reservation of liealth. The read ing lessons are intended to t>e used throughout the year to supplement tho teacher's oral hssons in hygiene, which now takes rank as an import ant subject of the school'curriculum. In the junior grades, '.iie need for pure air, the cart; of thj skin, hair, und teeth, are tr.nted in an interest ing manner, while tlic upper- grades ba e lessons referring to physical culture, the hygiene of bathing, the Schafer method of restoration of the apparently drowned, civic hygiene, pure mil'*, lif-i in-thy open, the-Uvils of ctearetio smoking, how to dial wit'i "accidents- ami emergencies, and se/crnl other matters affecting heal th. Dr. Lowers, ot Melbourne, giws o fsw simple pr'-uautio...

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SPECIAL SALE AT COLERAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

SPECIAL SALE AT COLERAINE. Messrs. Ralgety and Co., in con junction with Messrs. Young ' Bros., will hold a spccial sale 'fit Cok-rainc to-morrow, whin thev will yard 2500 sheep and 301) head of cat'il:'. The sheep to l:e oflered include1 several ery nice pfins of crossbred and mt rino sheep, which are in good condi tion, and tlia yarding of cattle will consist of about 150 well bred bul locks and steers, tto balance being nuVmn heifers, dry cows, and young cattle. ; Tho agents can strbrigly ad vise -buyers iri- search of go6d t'heyp or cattle to attend the sa\e, as the diflorint lines lis'jj.'l will be definitely yarded. ' Pull particulars arc adver tised in to-day's issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

r. h. ipuws eo., jUJCTIONEEjllS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,. VALUBR8, ETO., Hamilton. Branch Offices at Horsham, Warrack ■abeal, Rainbow, Jeparit, Nhill, Coleralno, Willaura. Alio at 437 Collina-i1)., Melbourne. SALES of Fat and Stor* Sheep and Cattle conducted in the Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every Friday: Fortnightly Snlae held at Hacarthur and Coleralno. Auction ipd Private Sates oI Land and Stock conducted In any part of the Stats, lloans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of Iktereit. AGENTS FOR— D^lgtity & Co., Woolbrokers, Geelonf ' and Melbourne. THBJ i.o.A. (Til* Iniutance Office 0( Australia, Ltd.) ,FIra Acclfient Live Stock. Xake Your WM— Ani Provide for the Future by . Means o! -; , ; THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—J3-S1 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. .Claim* Guarantee Fund, £10,0M. Directors : e. m. Hyndman, Beq. (Chairman), Colin Temple tea, Eeq., Hod. John Thomson, M.L.A., Harry p. Henty...

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LICENCES REDUCTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

T.lflRNORS REDUCTION liOARD. Messrs. Barr and .Cummin';, mem bers of the Licences Reduction iJoard, left Melbourne yesterdav to inspect, hotels and fix maximum Val uations in the licensing (Uh tricts of Uorangnmite, WicK liffc. Mortlake, Minhamlt-:, Al lnnsford, Cobden, Camperdown and Winchelsea. Sittings will be held at Terang and Camperdown on 27th, and Colac on 28th inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

IALGETY & 50., LTD. BTOOK AND STATION A0FNT9 GRAY-STREET, HAMILTON. gjALES held evory Friday )n ^ n poration Yarda, anil ,t c , raina fortnightly. Valuations made and Lwi.im ar ranged. J. H. MOODIE, 8WOUN VALUATOR AGENTS FOR— The Equity Trimtne Comp*ar QuibtU * Sheep Dip. Woroio Spccifico Sheep Drench (A full Stock of both Powdor and Liquid Pip and Wormo Speoiflco i« kept on the prereiaen.) Nobcl'» Exploaivca and Electric Blftrtin* Apparatus. Phoenix Assurance Oompaay, The Equity Trustees Co. ltd. BOARD of DIRECTORS • Edward Fanning, Esq. (Chairman) ; W. H. Irvine, Esq., K.C., M.P. Donald Mackinnon, Esq., M.L.A. • Robt. G. M'Cutchcon, Esq., M.L A* •' Stewart M'Arthur, Esq., K.C. ' The Eaulty Trustees, Executors and Agency Go. l td Registered Office : 35 Queen-street, MPJLBOURNK. This Company is specially empower ed by Act of Parliament (No. 978) to act as Executor, Administrator Trusteo, Receiver, Committee, under the Lunacy Act or Attorney under Power, and to take Transfers...

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REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

TtKVISTON' COURT. At thfi court house yesterday, Mis* Lawn, the registrar, presented the H'cncrn' lists for the Hamilton divi sion for tfi? Western province Cbcg islativo Council), for revision. There being no objections received or alter ations required, the lists were certi fied to as correct.

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT- ] Messrs. T, H, Lahllaw unci Co. re port under date Friday, J amino i V slue;>.—About S00 to ynrdir.jj comprised about •1U) medium to prime quality cross bred wethers nnd ewes, 2i0 merino ewes and wethers, including :ii; clas ps, and n nicc offering of about 120 lnmlxs. Tho trade was fully represen ted, and n good number of grav-lcri. wcro nlso primnt, nnd took the ligh ter slisep offerinc, at vahies which show a slight improvement. For all ' O '1' nnd rrln e sheen the demand wns keen at high rates, and practic ally n complete clearance was made jit the following quotations . — Cross bred wethers, good to prime, 15/ to lft/!) .;. "oad 2 toolli crossbred wethers 14/9 to 15/3 ;• medium crossbred wet hers 13/2 to 14/, nnd )i»ht small sheep from 12/8 ; nrlme crossbred 'ewes lfi/ to 17/, with extra heavy weights to 18/6-, good 13/0 to 14/6, medium (6 tooths) to 12/11, and light from. 11/4 ; good crossbred ^wes and wethers, mixod, to 16/1; rood email I tv comebac...

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"LAST DAYS OF POMPEII." [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

" LAST DAYS OP POMPEII.*' f TJulhver Lytton's powerful version [ of " The Inst days of Pompeii" was presented in cinematograph (ormi at | tho town hall last night. There was a splendid audience. and the manape J mont of the Grampians Amusement Company, under whose auspices this notable artistic success was present ed have been encouragod to extend tlieir itinerary. Whether it Is vio.ved ns a onectacls or simply as a triumph of dramatic presentation, or for Its realistic fire and storm eflects, this output of the Ambrosia Company was watched with unabated interest right through. It was a long film, and it told a beautifully connected 6taee story of life amongst the r>lea sure-loving patricians of Pompeii. The individual dramatisation was perfect; the striking personalities of Glaucus, Arbaces, Claudius, i,hc love ly Jftne, and the devoted blind slave Nvdia standing out boldly amongst the veritable multitude of human "subjects" drawn together for this tremendous photographic and dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

Wantea Known p rpaAT OUNOAN M'LEOD, ofDmn- 1 k«ld, is preoared to supply ! Woggoni, Giga, Hpi-.ns Carta, nr buic I le» of Up-to-ilut» Workmanship si ■ «a»on»t)l3 eo»t. At;cut for Intern h joaal Harvester Company and Wla* h«'« Manureo. Bhoalnfc ond ell 'era*1 of Bladwmltblng uneatpd wlES

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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

SrWIAI, SHK1CP HAbR. Messrs. John Kenton mv;l Co., in conjunction with Messrs. P. Lear month and Co., will conduct a spcc inl sale of sheep on Thursday next, 2-':id Inst., at the Hamiltcn corpora tion yards, when they will yard al o: t' ~ifiPO «oo;l crossbred, como I iw.a nnd merino sheep, mostly dir ect from district hreodcrs. Comprised in tli; yarding will he found some srlsndid lines of youns sheep, which 'miyers would do well not to miss. Tlir salo is timed to start punctual ly at I.SO o'clock. Fuller particu lars arrcar in o"r advertising col umns of this issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

EXCEPTIONAL, and DECISIVE REDUCTIONS. Underwear For the. - Present Season LOOK AT THE PRICES ! . , • . 1-,-a r.: :R?| Our Large and Varied Stock represents a distinct advantage to those desirous of combining exceEScnce of Style and Material with strict Economy in Price , , . Out-of-town Buyers Shop by Post with us. We guarantee complete satisfaction. Costumes. The balance of our Summer Costumes all to be cleared at a third off usual prices, At 2/11—Ladies' Full-Size Combinations, in Calico or Longcloth, trimmed with Torchon lnseitlon and Edging. At 3/11—Bargain Combs, in strong Calico or Longcloth, trimmed Embroidery Insertion, edged Lace or edged Embroidery. At 4/6—Combinations, in Madapolam, daintily trimmed, square or V necks of Cambric Embroidery Pin Tucks and Embroidery on legs. At 5/G—Dainty, Fine Longcloth Combs, square or V-shaped nccks, •threaded Ribbon and Beading. At 1/4A—Knickers, of pure Calico, cut large and full in size, trimm ed frills. At 2/11—Knickers of good Longc...

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LAUNCESTON PRINTERS' STRIKE. (Reuter's Telegram.) LAUNCESTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

LAUNCESTOK PRINTERS' STRIKE. (Heater's Telegram.) LAUNC13STON. Mondnv. B„th I apers tre daily improving thjir :35Ujb with tli= aid of loyalist. Neither n de is likely to give way and de\ elo]!ir.ents are expected shortly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS LEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WE'.K FOR MARSEILLES Cnl'i 'fi at Adelaide, Fremantle, Colombo, Aden, Port fcaid, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route With p^rmiui n to ctil ai Brindm FIRST and SECOND SnJron only. Rioturn Ticket lo Europe nvn lable for Two Yei»r» RATES OF" PASSAGE MONEY ^ « . To F <EMAN 1*L£ Single £7 lOi. to £9 I k R-ttm. £1/ 10,. to £M 5i. To COLOMBO Single £27 lOi to £34 L'» Rrtu n £40 14.. to £50 12*. To BOMBAY nnd CALC* TfA Stosle £29 Mi. to £47 Hi. Rctoin £44 to £56 2$. To MARSEILLE Single £39 !2s. to £ 6 2*. Return :66 to £l 16 12s. To LONDON Singl* £41 I6i. to £62 10). Rcf.ro £60 6s. to £123 U ' Full on application at Company'# CWc% 44. Collin. »irrW. Mellrura*. LEWIS PLUMMER, A«ent. Local Ag«nti. P. LBARMONTH & CO., Hamilton Australia £c> LorjcSsm - Vt» IPromantle, Durban, Mid Gnp« (owa. •TBAMBRS UP TO 11,00# TONS gross. Learg Melbouruo Every 28 Day*. SUPERIOR UP-TO-DATE SALOON ACCOMMODATION. Special Attention Ih given to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

Double Bed Hoavy Whito Twill Snooting, worth 1/2 ycl. ... NOW "id. Long Brown Striped Roller Towo's. usuaI price 1/- ... For the SALE 6d White Culioo Underskirts, Muslin Frill imd Torchon fiiuia ... | || Qroy Twi-e.il Kltivts, I'naol liuoV, under > cost lit ... ... 4'[| Nurso Aprons, full h'.h, 3 Goro SUiit'J 1 / . ' Durl; Print' or Kopliyr - j\proim,i wiibIi \wll . ... ... , 8V* ' JnoV Tiir Slr.uv II if*, AVliito or i\avy liiudim;, Silk Cowl •• ... •' ... 1/3 Girls' SlyliaU lints,trmunuil■ Plowjrs ami Kibbou ... • ... ... .„ :.. 7 g Ladies' Straw Hnis, (rimmsd Jiibbon, Tnllo, Floivera aid Mount ... ... - 8.6 Children's Crepe Di-obsch, triiuiuod, p'lei'Ol. and Bolt ... ... ... I,'II Ladies'' Ono-pieco' Drasoos,. in Ciopo, Cuwljrio or Dolaino . 5'tl Whito Mislinv.'^UIoutos;. ^Embroidery • bronc; 'turnoir;ilo\vu,:: colliir-*.v.s'v ... . 2'! 1 Hmbroulory, Whito: vlirosfov Hoilicu ..liniBlud'..Jjiice uml ; lnsoi'fc - .... ... 119 Good CalicoV "Knickers; full size, trill trimmed- ;......

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