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

Shire of Mount Rouse. PAYMENT OP GENERAL AND EXTRA RATES. NOTICE rro DEFAULTING RATE PAYERS. FINAL Notice is lierebv ?lven that all General and Extra Rates must be paid on or before Slst Jan uary, 1911. The names of defaulting Ratepayers after that date will be handed to the Shire Solicitor with out further notice, who ^ill lie authorised to take proceedings for, the recovery of same. . By Order, D. WALLS, Shire Secretary. Shire OfficeB, Penshurst, January 15th, 1914. Shire of Mlnhamlte. bumbralla "drainage trust THE Publie »r« herthy w»ru«4 * walnut opttinir tn fv-1 wt.l •* utd other matter on the bank* of he Jblumerulla Drtitn. hy oruw, E. F. GLEEBnN. p.n.m.. H»wke*dale. Shir* Bncinew. >GEELONG: Gheringhap St OLE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS Aries, Abbott, D.B.S. Valveless, Hupmobile, Swift, and Stralcer-Squire Cars. AISO : STANDARD COMMERCIAL VEHICLES. MELBOURNE: 618-24 Elizabeth St. N. i ft ■?: For Business or Pleasure— Our Cars Will Return 100 °l> Special Value January In Ladies' ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORTLAND-MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

PORTLAND-MELBOURNE Btt&mon sail ab unier, weather I and other circumstances permitting. ' From Meltjourria s.H. BUMGKALLA, Monday, 13t.li January, 4 p.m. s.B. CASINO, Wednesday, 21st .Tiinu ary, I p.m. b.h. IOUMBRAtjIjA, Tuesday, 27th January, 1 p.m. s.s. CASINO, Friday, 3fttU January, 2 p.m. n>um Portland s.s, BUMEUAtiliA. (passengers only), Friday, 23rd January, early, s.s. CASINO, Saturday, 24LU Janua ry, early. s.s. EUMEEAtiLA, Friday, 30th Jan uary, early. s.b. CASINO, Monday, 2ml February, early, ' SPECIAL NOTICE. Wool, Grain and other Produce vrill -i« forwarded by First Steamer leav Inp i'ortland, thus av°iding all de aye. PASSENGER FARES: i'o and from Melbourne—Saloon : Single, 14/6 : Return, £l/i/6. Steerage : 9/6 each way. To Port Fairy—1/6 each way. To Warrnambool—Saloon, 6/. Steer age, 4/6 each way. .Return Tickets available for three ionthi and interchangeable. 0. G-. CATHELS, Agent. Office—Bentinck-street, Portland. Tel. No. 1, Portland Exchange.

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SYDNEY WHARF TROUBLE. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

SYDNEY WHARF TROUBLE. (Reuter'e Telegram.) SYDNEY. Monday. The wharf labourers who refused to wori overtime were working as usu al this morning. It is understood that they will work overtime to night.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SLY-GROG SELLER CONVICTED. (Heater's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

SLY-GROG SELLER CONVICTED. (Heater's Telegram.) SYDNEY. -Monday. Mary Mitchell, of liiley-street, sold four l.ottlcs of Colonial beer to a prolationary constable, charging him two shillings per Uottle. She was finel £30 to day, lor. sly grog sel ling. t

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE JAPANESE HORROR. SAKURASHIMA AGAIN ACTIVE. REPORTS OF DISASTER MODEFIED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

THE JAPANESE HORROR. SAXUBASHlMfl ACflIN ACTiVE. REPORTS OF DISAST13U ulUUI FII5D. TjONDON, Sunday. The Japanese Embassy suw? uu.v half the houses in Saiurashima weie destroyed. It. is ilielieved that ail tlie inhabitants except'ne. 208 escaped. Twenty-four -were killetl or wouwlC'i nt KaROsbima.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRST AID CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

Wlll«T ATTV hl.AHRRq. It was outlined ut the closing o' • the Presbyterian Girls' Guild that an ■ oiTort would he made to keen the - members together durlncr tha f/aminor ; by the formation of first aid classes This has t een so far successful that /' Uncle Will" only requires a few R more' nam"H ' <o( 'youns l'vdlia vrtlllr.'i to attend the classes to enable nj commencement to V,o made. Those desirous of joining should :n Miniate their intention without delay, so Lhat an soon as the nov. J. A. Barber re turns homo final nvrauKOinonts can he made for a lceturer, who will he one of the local medical gentlemen

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INHABITANTS AGAIN IN FLIGHT. TOKIO, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

INHABITANTS AfiAIN IN FUC1HT. TOKIO, Monilftv. The volcano of Sa-urashima if n°ain in violent eruption. The town of Karoshima is enveloped bv clo'ius of blinflin" ash. Manv of the inhabi tant® who had returned since the re cent eruptions are again in terror.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALE OF BALMORAL LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

I SALE OF BALMORAL LAND. .Messrs. Dal^cty and Co., Hamilton, • report having- sold on account >ol Mr. Maurice Bolan. 294 acrcs of land in tlic parishes of Mostyn and Karup' ; Karup; to Messrs. Urcsslcy Bros., of Kout Noricn, Harrow.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LORD STRATHCONA'S CONDITION UNCHANGED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

LORD STRATHfiONi'S CONDITION | UNCHANGED. I LONDON, Sunday. It is reported that the stuto - of health of Lord Strathcona, Higli Commissioner for (.'anadn, is mi chan"e<l.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOURTH AUSTRIAN DREADNOUGHT. VIENNA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

.FOURTH AUSTRIAN DREADNOUGHT. VIENNA, Sundav. The Szentistvnn, the fourth Aus trian dreadnought, has l:cen launched at Flume.

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YOUNG MAN COMMITS SUICIDE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

I YOUNG MAN COMMITS SUICIDE. (Wire From Our . Correspondent.) MELBCWRNK, Monday. Alexander Sh'cmvr, .'iK'-il 27, com mitted suicide in :i street. at Carlton to-day by shooting himself in the lit ad with a revolver." '

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

POLICE COURT. Messrs. H. Lcarmonth nnd A.'P. AiaeKenzie, J's.P., occupied, the bench ai the policc court yeaterday, and recorded n verdict in a default sum mons case, E.,H. Patternon v. H. J. TVheslir,- £9/15/, with 15/0. costs. Thomson and • Co. proceeded against A. Nosktf for the recovery of £1/9/6, goods sdld and delivered, and ob tainad „-Yi crdcr for the amount, with 15/6 costs. Mr. J. B. JVcstacott ap peared for thj complainants.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

A SEARCHING Scrutiny reveals •that The Don leads as high class tailors, hatters, mercers, boot men anil outfitters. Our Hints excel iu the lit, style and finish. Pew equal, nona excel. . Values, 63/, 75/. Best ran«a ot hats, fur, felt, f>/6, 7/6, 10/6 : straws 4/6, worth 7/(1 ; Panamas. In boots wo lead, tans and black, 12/6, 17/6. In cosy under wear, natty shirts and ties, crash BUits, hoys' suits, you pet. actual money's worth afc George and O'Neill's. : . . . AT CARTHEW'S, Thomson street, best selection, Hoyloi' £ i iut s', plain, shots, and fancy designs, 32 Indies wide. All 6/11 dozen. A •f WALLACE'S. GIFTS. TIES, FANCY" SOX,, . SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, And CLOTHING. AUEMROSE has He-opened in • Shop opposite the ■ Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de siroa to make quick clearances of his stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesalo 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...

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Items of News. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

! Items of Uttoa, personal! Air. J. S. &mith, who has occu [ 1 ied the rosition of accountant at tlij Hamilton branch of the Colonial | Dnn!: for the past twelve months, has liccn apfointoil agjnt .for . the same institution at tarragon, for which town he leaves to-day. Mr., Smith is an excellent officer, and socially will be missed as a humorous singer of more than ordinary merit.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REUTER'S TELEGRAM. ULSTER VOLUNTEERS. SPEECH BY SIR EDWARD CARSON. "RED BLOOD WILL CHUTAINLY FLOW. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

RETJTER'S T EJUS GRAM 3. ULSTER VOLUNTEERS. tPEECH BY Sltl EDWARD CARSON. f niSD BLOOD WILL CHUTAINLY FLOW." LONDON, Sunday. Sir Bdward Carson inspect id six battalions of Ulster \oluntecrs at Bdfast. Addressing them, he said — •' We as'.c for nothing but to remain citizens of the United Kingdom. If they dare attack us red blood will certainly flow." Prayers were offered in many chur ches yesterday for peace in Ireland.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISHING IN GLENELG RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

FISHING IN GI-iBNELG IUVER.I A party of Hamilton nutters—Mes srs. H. W. Dew, c. Dolman, A. Johnson, and W. H. .S,:iith — have' enjoyed some good sport on the Glenelg river during the -week. Although not as numerous as usual, there 1b a splendid run of brenm on the bite. the majority landcl rang ine from 2tt's. to 3tbs. VarieLy has been added to eacli day's sport by the capture of other specimens o< the denizens of this magnificent stream—the bag including, besides the well-known bream, mullaways and a silver bream. A mulloway gave Mr. Smith a great bit of sport] on Wednesday. On (being put on the scale it waB found to "Weis'ii lOlts., and it will be on view at Messrs. Gosb and Johnson's shop in Thom Bon-street.

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"THE SANDS RUNNING OUT." SERMON BY ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

" TH13 SANDS RUNNING OUT." SERMON BY ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. | 1 l.ONDON, Monday. ] In a sermon dcliverc:l >^3Lurcta>»| the Archbishop of Yor.;, refei-riaR Home Ruie, said, " The s.ui.ts ■ runnihe out., and the possibility civil war is drawiiiR near. Only lesulute determination to seer", neate| ■will ensure it, and can prevnit ai calumitv. No settlement is possible unless it finds room for two s:reat | piinciples—natioualitv on lu^ on. hand and union in a wider nation cn the other." ■—~ 1

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COMPULSORY BAKERS' HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

COMPULSORY BAKERS' HOi-iIDA'Y. The annual compulsory holiday in I connection with the bakers' trade, asi determined under the Shops and Fac tories Act, is a fixture for lo-day. The Hamilton bakers intend to cele brate the event by a picnic to the Vfannon at Park Hill, and dra?s and conve"auces had been arranged for. A section of the trade appears, how ver, to have suddenly developed a disinclination to proceed [urther . in the matter, and as a picnic which would not be attended by the whole of the trade would probably end in a farce, the idea was abandoned at a late hour last evening. The /nonbhl holiday will be held to-morrow, and it was considered the opportunity u[ having two days' holiday in succes sion should be availed of in a collec tive social manner which would leave pleasurable memories in its wake and "cod fellowship in the future. As it i is. the various members of the trade will enjoy the holiday as their indi vidual inclinations dictate.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]OMING EVENTS. JANUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

OOMINQ EVENTS, JANUARY— 24, 26, |and 27—Hamilton Lawa Tennis Club's Annual Tourna ment. 26—Branxholme Carnival ' and Sport's. 26r—Camperdown Races. FEBRUARY— 7—Haivkesdale Races. Nomina tions January 28. Handicaps February 3. 11—Portland Show. General En tries February 2. 12—Portland Races. Entilas, Janu ary 29th. 25 and 26—Horsham Kaccs. General entries, February 11. MARCH— 1 11—Digby Show. < APRIL— 11 and 13—Stawell Athletic Sports. Entries, March 9th. 18—Dunkeld Sports

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

RISE UP EARLY -FOU Millers Sale WW.BI UWWff*lWWECggWBI Is In Full Swing. £2^0,000 worth of Seasonable Qoods offered you at less than original; cost — 4 FEW OF THE PLUMS 1—100 .Boys'School Coats, Gala tea, were 3/G, now 2'(j 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Mole Trousers, worth 6/1), now 2/11 3—Ladies* Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were II and 1/G, now 6d each BJtL»i i - , . -v 4—White and Paris Guipure Lace Peter Pans and Sun shine Collars, were 1/11; now 11 5—Ladies' Panama .Hats, with Corded Silk Ribbon Band Bow at side, 10/(3,' now 6/1:1 ! i i G—Ladies' Pan Dr.n Hats, suit able for seaside wear, ribbon band, 5'11, now 1/1.1 7—40. inch Satin! Channelise, at: 2/11 for eveuiug wejr, in sky, pink and cream S— B/iick Satin Cliaruieu-e, 20 inch, reduced tb 1/1.1 yard 9—Ladies' .G.lace Lacc Shoes, pomps or strong-soles, Derby or Oxford fronts, were S/ll, now 7/6' ' 10—Children's,Tan or B^ack G!:ice Kid Lace Boots, natural foot ibrm shnpe, 7, S, !), were 7/H, iiow 6/6 : ^10, 11, 12, 13, were, 8/6, ...

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