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PRETORIA RUNNING STAFF RESUMES. PRETORIA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

PRETORIA RUNNING STAFF RE SUMES. .'••• PRETORIA. Monday. The whole of the railway running stuff signed 011 here this morning. Some have already resumed ■ work. :■

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

BAHBLH'S \Mi SPREAD OYER FACE Suffered Six Months. Used Culi-. cura Soap and Ointment, Rash Gone, They Also Healed Two Boils on Neck, and Abscess, "AmyvlUo." Castlereagh St., Singleton, N. 8. W.—"I unfortunately contracted tho barber's rash, which had spread all over iny face, ami 1 Buttered through this for about six months. I was recommended by a friend to try tho Cutlcura Remedies, which I did with good result*. 1 used Cutlcura Soap and Oullcura Oinuru'rit as dimmed, and in abont two or three weeks the rash was gone. I tr'nl other remedies before but was unsuccessful with tliem all. " I had two bulls on my neck and I lined the Cmh'ura Soap uud Cuiloura Ointment on them. I also had an abscess whleh had given mo great Milfering for a week, and alter using tho Culletna Remedies for two or three days It broke and healed tip well after." (Signed) A. K. Stewart, October, 1912. FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS The following Is a most elTcctivo and eco nomical treatment: Gently smear tho af fe...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LARGE FORCE RETAINED. CAPETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

L.ARGE FORCE RETAINED. CAPETOWN, M"o:.day. All the burgher cemmandjrs and regiments are demobilising, excepting in the Hand, Pretoria and 'Faure smlth districts. This me,i"s that 30,000 men will still be left in the field.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. BOXING. A COMPANY FORMED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. BOXING A COMPAN*Y FORMED. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Mond.iv. John Wren tuu secured an interest In " fc-nowy " linker's boxing pro motion business. A company is being ft rmtri to lane over ail the stadium M.sine.s, wiih Dakir as manager.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURKEY AND THE AEG[?]ANS. CONSTANTINOPLE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

TURKEY AND THE AEGBANS. CONSTANTINOPLE, Suaday. The Turkish press bitterly 'comment on the action of the European Pow ers regarding* the Aogeans, e3peci3.ll-' the Triple Entente, from which Tur key expected support. ■

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SYDNEY DISPUTR. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

A SYI1NBY DISPITTK. (Reuter'» Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. inert is no settlement of thfr dis-' pute over the weight forfeit claimed hy M'Cov in his match with Wells. Meanwhile the stadium management is holding Lack £200 of Wells* share . of the gate.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURKEY'S NAVAL EXPENDITURE. REMONSTRANCE FROM GERMAN'Y ATHENS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

TURKEY'S NAVAL EXPENDITURE. REMONSTRANCE FROM GEctMAN'Y ATHENS, --aniiay. It is stated that Germany !>.ss ■ ru mohstrated with Turkey re^ardm? lier naval preparations, predicting that these will involve certain ruin.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. PENNANT COMPETITION. CAPULETS v DANDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

CRI3KET. I'KN'NANT COMPBTITION. " CIAPUtiRTS 7 D.VNDTRS. The nlo/e teams concftulod their | mutch on Melville oval on Saturday aftirnoon. Hocking nn<l Loats re sumed play shortly before 3 o'clock.! Only two runs were added to the | SL-orc, however, wh:n the former fell i a victim to a fast ball from Young. , I.orit.) continued to bat steadily, and ■ ha 1 t-ro 'ffht his total up to 24 be-1 f( re ho had the misfortune to be run \ o;t. Stevens once more playwl al useful n!i<l sound inninps for 73. He | w<is wi ll backed-tip by the majority | of the batsmen, ami the score reached j the respectable total of 243 runs be icTi: tlio last wicket fell. Of this ■ total, Stevens (73), Smithwick (2!l), i S. Hoi son <2C), Loats (24), W. Hock ing (27.1, Torter U7 not out), and t);s'ion (10), were all useful contribu tor.-;. Itequiring 30ft runs to win, the dandies wire set an impossible tas.c as the time would not permit theni to compile that total. When...

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

CROQUET. HAMILTON V PORTLAND. A cr0 1 lift match was arranged be tween the Hamilton Croquet Club uml the Portland Croquet Club last Siiitiiri.uy afternoon, on the lutter'a inwn.'i, nInch nre beautifully pituated iu the lJortlan.l liotanical Gardens, 'lhe any was an ideal one for out door si/ort nnd a very large crowd UBsnnbled to witness the games. Misdumes. Williams, Dimond,' Henry unil Miss Henry represented the 1 ortland club, and Mesdames Law rence, Kelsall, Sliaunon and Miss Ripi oil, the Hamilton club. Some very interesting games took ]>lace, on 1 Hamilton won by three games, the fourth one being unfinished. The players and visitors were moat Iiob pitably entertained at afternoon tea by the members of the local club, 'and all agreed that they bad had a very enjoyable day. The Hamilton Cioquet Club look forward to a re turn match oil tiheir own greenB from 1 the Portland Croquet Club, uL some ; future -date not far oil.

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

TENNIS. HAMILTON J,AWN TENNIS CLUB. Kcllowing arc the entries and han dicaps for tlic events comprising the nnnmi' tournament neit Saturduy, Monday and Tuesday. Sume are subject,to alteration at the hands of the hnndieappers :— Gentlemen*!} Hingles Ghampionsliln: —J. C. Johnston, Melbourne C. R. Campbell, Melbourne ; H. T. Mauds ley, Melbourne ; A. H. Nevett, I3al iarat ; J. W. Dunnon, Hamilton ; H. S. llaynes, Hamilton ; A. Silves ter, Oasterton ; h. H. Read, Brnux liolmo ; J. ij. I{. ilakcr, Hamilton ; U. C homlcy, Melbourne ; A. W. Cor liey, Coliraine ; A. A. Collins, Ham ilton ; H. Yoi nn, Beaufort. ; A. B. Hoper, ('olerujii ; J. K. Boss, Pens hurst ; K. M. Bond, Melbourne ; A. I.'e Pa-re, Iicaufort ; \V. H. Merlin, Din.l.oola ; W. K. I)e lloos, Hamil ton :r J. M'Donnld, Beaufort ; W. rr.-ike, Hamilton ; L. Jcnncr, Mel bourne ; 13. C. Cameron. Hamilton; J. S. Spalding, Hamilton ; Rex. Swcrtnim, Penehurst ; W. W. Rose, T'en'-hurst ; A. K. Brew, Mncarthur ; H. Garton, Mooralla ; P...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TERRIER COURSING FOUNDATION DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

TERRIER COURSING FOUNDATION DAY MEETING. The Hamilton Terrier Coursing Club anticipates p successful day on Foundation Day (Monday next), when It will submit a programme totall ing £35. The chief event will lie the Foundation Handicap, of £20 • in addition, there will bo 11 Trial Sta kes. for dogs that have never won a stake over £3, und the Anniversary Plate (open), of £10. The three sta kes are advertised for an unlimited number of dogB, and entries for the first event, the Trial Bta'ces, will l.e received on the ground up to 11 o'clock. Entries for other evcnU will also be received on tho ground. Coursing iB timed to start at 11.30. The honorary secretary desires us lo request local owners to enter their does earlier (if convenient) than the stipulated time, which v.Ill -reat'.y facilitate the carrying out :jf the programme.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUBMARINE DISASTER. ASSISTANCE OFFERED by ITALY LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

THE SUBMARINE DISASTER. ASSISTANCE OFFERED by italy london. Mondav. All efforts mado yesterday to loc ato Submarine A7 proved (utile. Italy has offered the Admiralty the use.of-the Italian- submarine lifter Ar.teo, which is now at Plymouth.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOSSES BY TRADE DISPUTES. AN INTERESTING STATEMENT. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

LOSSES BY TRADE DISPUTES. AN INTERESTING STATEMENT. LONDON, Monday. Iio.iril cf Trade statistics, which i have been supplemented' by Vade union returns, show that the loos o! wages in ten organised industries | through stoppages due to diJputesof all kinds during the past ten years, I amounted to £171,413,188. The net ap parent pain was £2,714,340, leaving a loss of £14,698,848. Worke.;3 as _ a wholt, however, obtained during the ten vears Increases amouniii-.g to £15,000,000. chiefly through Concilia tion machinery and working agree ments. OS every hundred strides ami lock-outs during tlie ten ye.ii-o; em ployers won 50; and tho wo-kdrs 25, whi'le 25 were settled' by comi'i'Jmise.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWSPAPER PROPRIETOR'S DEATH. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

NEWSPAPER PROPRIETOR'S DEATH. LONDON. Monikv. iiic- (luath is announced of Sir ^nnH, I«!niCan' 5nrt I'fopr'^tor of tile South \\nles 'Daily News," the Sou "TIihm"* " °'" nwl tlle rnr<"«

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER. RETURNING FROM FRANCE. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

BRITISH PRIME MINISTER. RETURNING FROM FRANCE. PARIS. Monclftv. a.r. Ati'Mii'jh, BrltiBh Prime Minis ter, who lias lieen on a visit to 1* r.uicc, h^is_startc(lhomwards.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DASTARDLY ACT. JOHANNESBURG, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

A DASTARDLY ACT. .JOHANNESBURG. Sunday Night. On Saturday night an attempt was made to blow up an enginehoase at the Vogel -Struis Estate's mine. A case containing a skipman was bo'nz lowered when a package wad thrown through the window of the engine house. At first the engine driver did not notice the incident, but the burn ing fuse attracted his attention. Ho immediately stopped the engine, tltiis saving the skiipman's life, and made for the door, which ho ha-.1 hardly passed through before the explosion occurred. The miscreant escaped, without leaving a trace. Mr. Williams, Labour member for the Rand municipality, has ijcon ar rested. Everything at Johannesburg and on the reof is at its („uietest. Tha police now do duty unarmed, but armed sentries remain at railway stations, bridges, etc. Tail-ovs and painters have been permitted to hold Labour meetings in the trades hall or. siving guarantees to the martial law authorities. Late this evening the running stafl at Pretoria decided...

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REUT[?]R'S TELEGRAMS. THE RAND STRIKE. ALLEGED RUSSIANISING INFLUENCE LABOUR PARTY'S PROTEST. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

RBUTHR'S TELEGRAMS. THE mm STRIKE. ALLEGED RUSSIANISING INFLUENCE J, ABO UK PARTY'S PRO'IlioT. LONDON, Sunday. The national* council of ti.e Inde pendent Labour Party has L'!M\icstcd Mr. Koir Hurtlio to forward :« Mr. Hn'rcourt, Secretary of State lor the. Colonies, the protest of the South African Labour .T'arty denouncitvff the Union Government's despotism anil the connivance ot Lord Gladstone and the Colonial Olllcc at tlu arrest ing of leaders, the suppressing of thn constitution, and the proclaiming of martini law. The protest expressed the hope that the workers would re sist the Russinnlsinir. of British Insti tutions.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET MELBOURNE, Monday. To-day's [?]tations were:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET (Wire From Our Correspondent.! MELBOURIiE. Monday. To-day s dictations were • Wheat—U'uiet. local 3'C per bushel for prompt delivery, nnd 3/GJ [or l<"ebruarv delivery. Oats—Milling, 1/10 ; feed, I/O per I'UHiiei. Maize—1/2 per lnmliol. i. lull—J.3 5/ per ton. Hay—£5/10/ n*r ton. Potatoes—£3/10/ per ton, ; . Onions—£8 per ton.

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ETTRICK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. MILLTOWN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

ETTRICK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. .(From Our Own Correspondent.) MiLLTOWN, Friday. The anniversary tea meeting was held at the Ettr.c.c Presoyterian ch-rch on Wednesday. A fair num ber of people gathered, although some were late in arriving, owing to the busy time cf hay carting mid rabbit poisoning. 1 lie church was crowded- for the concert, and a leng thy programme was put through. The singing of the King family was greatly applaudtd. Mr. John King, JUn., is a line singer, and, with a littlu • training, would be hard to heat. Mrs. Angus King also sang well, and recitations by Mrs. Magor wtro well rendered. Tha following is the ];rogrammo :—Song, Mr. John I'.eEt ; song, Mrs. Angus King ; reci tation, Mrs. Magor ; song, Mrs. Lindsay ; song, Mrs. Livingstone ; song, Miss Best ; song, Mr. John V in ;, jun., encored; duet, Mrs. and M s.s JosBij Kini? ; recitation, Mrs. Magor ; song, Mr. John Best ; duet, Mrs. Livingstone and Miss Annie All n : sonx, Mr. John King, jun., encored ; song, Mr. ...

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AUSTRALIAN AIRMEN RETURN. HAWKER AND KAUPER IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 20 January 1914

I AUSTRALIAN AIRMEN RETURN. HAWKER AND KAbTEli IN MEL iJOUKNE. (Wire From Our Correspondent.1 I MELBOURNE, Monday. The Australian' aviatora, Hawker .•and Kauper, who have heen success ful in Great Britain, arrived to-day ly the Mal6jn.

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