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CANADA'S NAVAL PROGRAMME. ENGINEERING A PANIC. OTTAWA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

CANADA'S NAVAL PRC GRAMME. ENCINSEFINS A PANIC. OTTAWA. Tuesday. In the Dominion House of Com mons yesterday Sir Wilfred Lauricr, speaking to the debate on tils Ad drcs.*-in-Jlcily to the steach from t the Ihrcnj, taid the abe< ncc of, any mention of the Naval Bill entirely | justified the action taken by ' Libc- , rals to ensure its defeat. He de clared that he; was an ardc,n;i Ira-' pcriulist, but with him ths ant". nomy • c{ his country came first. Jt was | now clem- that an attempt had. been made to engineer a panic, for tho ' uale benefit of armour plate manu- ' faeturers in order that they might obtain fat contracts. The German , nei'il had disappeared, but a Peril remained, which nil Canadians must i face, namely, the lilgh coi.t, oj living, j and that was really a question of, I emergency. Mr. Borden, in reply, said that if . liberals chose to make the Senate'^ action in rejecting the Naval Bill a, political issue the Conservatives were readv to meet them. Canada ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PENSHURST. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

PENSHURST. (f'rnm Our Own Correspondent.1 Tuesday. Mesrre. Bops Ro3b and TC. Gre#not t with an'Bty accident: yn^-p-da , Th*y'wero hrintji^g in a I oft H .of 1i '.V, whpn tlwlond a ipT'pd forward Mr. I?o« at*«mntG'1 <0 jump down on fo tho p*nffa. but ndssfd his Poo inor and foil nnd»»r f'hfi vnliii In—.a serine (*,«rfr. On»> of the tiheotapaHs d over 1 im, inflicting sovorw brnisps iihout the lack. Mr. lin^n was ahn thrown out, : nd lio i«noivo'l s^verw injur'u.4 to both li'pBowin; tt> tli > w'-iujIh passing ovfo\hiiii. Theinjinw? tncti worn h*'otij/hfc info Pens hirst; and roco'ved in»:dica! attention from It. F. A. Sweetnaui,

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BRITISH NAVAL POLICY. CRISIS IN THE CABINET. RELATIONS VERY STRAINED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

RBUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BRITISH NAVAL POLICY. CRISIS INJHE CABINET. RELATIONS VERY STRAINED. ■LONDON. Tuesday. I The " Daily Telegraph" states that, a grave crisis has arisen in tho Cabinet in connection with the Gov- | ernmcnt's naval policy, and that cb; 1 question "will be discussed ay tiie . Cabinet on Thursday. The paper Turther declares that a majority of ! the Ministers agree with Mr. Lloyd George in opposing Mr. Churchill's naval estimates, and that the rela- • tions between the Chancellor of the Excheouer and Mr. Churchill are so strained that the resienation of one or the other is regarded as possible. If Mr. Churchill is defeated oil the estimates Question the whole Board of the Admiralty threatens :o resign, The *'Dailv Telegraphadds that a majority of the Cabinet is intent upon abandoning the 60 per cent, standard. i The statement made by Mr, Lloyd George in the recent convcrsat:on which gave rise to so much comment ! was at first regarded as an impul sive outburst, 'but it...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAMILTON P. AND A. SOCIETY. MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

HAMILTON P. AND A. SOCIETY. MteETlN'G' OF THW COUNCIL,. A nvotiiiB ol the P. mid A. 80 ci.:y'.i cWnn 1 w-s lv.ld at tlu< town 1ml! ivst.rdny uft> rnoom Present— . Mcbsi's. A. C. (pvrslflcnt), \V. ' OlirisUn, G. A. Christie, ,S. Winter Coo'Ke, A. Greed, W. Forsyth, l*\ 0, Hug-hut, .1. Jackapn, J. 0. Klnghorn, J. A. 'Ijenrmoiith, H. LO, Rlppotv, J. Stiiiil, J v. Smith, A:/M'Do'nald, ; unci A. W.'PVslicl\ ' Apologies were ra W.vf'd from Messrs. A. Tatlock, J. U. Moodit, \V. Armstrong, \V. Loatu, H. 1 Cdvrr.ontli', R. Ferguson, J. L. Brown, ,T. T. Bromcll, J. Young, and J. Km ton. CORRESPONDENCE. From Director of Agriculture, sta tin ; tlml. the limited staff at present -awiila.lt> prevented the giving of u lcctiru nt Strathkellar as desired.] Tho society, however, would be ere-1 c.it'.d with the fixture in order to comply with the conditions govern in r thd Government grant.—Received. l''ro:n Chamber of Agriculture, for vnrdliv; form for filling in with name, of societ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Humld Ti'iies. Corrected. Bull), bulb. ity. p. cert. 9 a.m. 30.091 59.'.) 51.8 54.0 3 p.m. 30.103 71.0 50.9 3/.0 RAINFALL. Nil. SHADE TEiMr-ERATOTtB. Uaximum Minimum. 73.4 due. 48.0 (leg. I'll 11 Moon—Kfiljrunry 11. New Moon—January 26. Average rainfall for 44 vears, from January 1st, 1850, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. Total rainfall from January 1st, to 9 a.m. on January 20, 53 points. • TO-DAY. Sun rises 5.31, sets 7.53. | Moon rises 12.371a.m., sets 3.22 p.m.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

t. H. LHIKfcHI* » .... auctioneers, stock, station, | AND GENERAL COMMISSION | AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. I Branch Oillcei at Horsham, Warrack Babeal, Rainbow, Jepaiit, Nbm, Coleraine, Willaura. Alio at <37 Colllns-iS., Melbourne. Sales of Fat and Store Sheep and Cattle conducted In tha Corporation Tarda, Hampton, every Friday. Fortnightly Salsa held at Wacflrthur and Coleraine. Auction and Private Sales ot Land MaStock conducted In any part of the State, toana Negotiated at Lowest Rates of imtereit. ' AGENTS FOR Oalprty & Co., Woolbrokers, Gselong J ind Melbourne. THB I.O.A. (Th» Imutance ^office of Ao»tr . ■ fire Acclutnt Liv Stock. — iitaksYoir Will — ii An« Provide tor the Future DJ Mean* of THE PEBPETUfcL Executors and Trustees Assocla ;; tlon of Australia Ltd. *■ Cl^ Gaarlnte, Fund, £10,OH. D^rSimanJ.^oi™^ DISTRICT AQENTS T. h. LMDUW & CO. ffroai" whom Pamphlet, and Form* [i may be obt&tPgd. " Hamilton. CORPORATION SALS YARDS. FRIDAY, J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

IP'S SALE SPECIALS Double Bad Heavy White Snooting, worth 1/2 yd. Twill NOW "Id. Long Brown Striped Roller Towe's. usual price 1|- ... For the SALE 6d. Whito Culi'jo Uinlf'1'.skii'ta, Muslin Frill ami Toivliuii Liu'o ... | |J Qroy Tweoil Skirts, l'uncl JSnck, under coat tit ... ... ... ...■ ... 4,'H Nurao Aprons, full bib, 3 Goto Skirt ... : 1 / Park -Print cr Zoplivr A pronu, wnali" will .... 8J.I Jack Tur Stiuvr Hits; Whito. or Navy : Binding, Silk Cord • ..v »v. . 1/3 6irV Stylish Hivta, trnumeiVFlotvdvs' and . Ribbon ... ... ...• ... 7/6 Iittdios' Straw lints, triromad ltibbon, Tulle, Floivors uliI Mount ... ... 8 6 Chililion'a Crope Drosai.'a, trimuiuil, pociot and Holt ... ^ ... ... ... ... I/II T'lulies' Ono-picee • Drassost, Cu'iu1, , Cumbrio or iJoluino .... 5'II Wliitu Mislia BIousoh, Kinliroiilery . i'Tont,- turned • down collur ... 2'11 lSiubroulnry White I)res3ns, JJouieo - iliushtid Lace, uud Jiisort ... ... || 9 Good Cnlico -Kniclterg, full size, frill Irinmied ' ... ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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DEY V. SIEVIER. CHARGE OF BLACKMAIL WITHDRAWN. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

DEY V. SIEViER. CHARGE OF BLACKMAIL WITH DRAWN. LONDON, Monday. Thomas Henry Dey, n loo':maker, lias withdrawn the prosecution ag ainst Robert Sievier, the' ex-Austra lian bookmaker, lor baring levied blackmail. Sievier withdrew the imputation? leading to the prosecution, and both parties agreed to abstain from mut ual libels and attacks. The ;judge concurred, and Sievier was discharged. (The circumstnnces upon which the charge of blackmail was founded were stated in a circulnr which Dey and his solicitor (Percy Bonol issued con cerning Sievier some months a-;o The circular stated :—" Some seven years ago Mr. Robert Standi-sh Siev ier applied to our client for a tem porary loan, and Mr. Dey refused to advance the amount required. A short time afterwards the most viru lent and malicious attack a'-ninst onr client, appeared in the 'Winning Poet' newspaper. A writ for libel a^aius' the editor was issued at the suit of Mr. Dey. The attack was continued week after week, and finallv, agai...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS CASE. ALL DEFENDANTS DISMISSED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

'' RBJUTBJR'S TBIiEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS CASE. ALL DtFLNDANTS D1SMISSID. LONDON, Momliiv. The Australian customs cases have concluded, the defendants being tili niissed without V.cinc called oil for their dctenco. lto' crt Ralph Millburn, Wi'lierJohi, Kemsloy, Edward William Idle, anil jiruco Anthony Outlibertson, were clinrcod with conspiring tomher and with others, between January, 1D03, ,,ml June, 1910, to defraud tho Ails trail an Customs of Inrijo sums o' money by nn alleged system of snse ial Invoices in conncction with the importation of motor cars and acces sories from this country through the ncency of tho firm of Messrs. Tozer Kemsloy, anil F.'sher, of Pencliurcli street, city. Mr. A. H. Bodkin, coutisol for the defence, submitted that Walter Kcmslev bad no knowledge of the transact'ons in Australia. The other defendants mhrlit liavo known, but not in a fraudulent s-nse. There "'a<i no evidence that their firm profited 1 by tho transactions. The evidence of ...

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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. ! MELBOURNE, Tumday. Pat. sheep.—To-day's yardine totall ed 35,000, comprising 314 trucks* and 3000 i)v road. All dualities -woio fully represented. The market oDen ed lumteady, and continued without animation "throughout, pricaa reced in<r to Irom Gd to 1/ per head under' last week's rotes, the closinK sales 'l«in<* the weakest. Quotations— Prime crossbred wethers 18' to 19 "J extra 20/ to 23/9, Eood 16/ to 17/7. second from 11/, prime crossbred 1 cwcfi 15/ to 1G/9, extra 17/G to 2'i "< "noil 13/6 to 14/6, othcre !rom 10' 1 prime merino wethers, 16/ to '17/G. extra 18/ to 19/, no'-'d 14/ lo 1!>'\ second 12/ to 13/, inferior 10/ to 11/G, prlmo merino ewes 13/G lol5/S. extra 16/ to 17/, good 11/ to 12/0, i second ntid inferior 7/ to 9/6. | FiU linn's—33,non p.nned. The d.« i'and wriB (rre-i'lnr, and, nlti.oui li tlrj nr«t (1. «cr!"'tlnnc w r» in irocul ■ »»st, yet prices in most '.n.stiinces ruled froi'i <&amp...

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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Following is the official forecast for Wednesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. . Following la ths official forecast for Wnflnpfl/lnv •— Fine, with moderate temperatures ; south «o enst winds.

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A DOCTOR'S TRAGIC DEATH. MUTILATED BODY FOUND. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

A DOCTOR'S TRAGIC DEATH. MUTILATED BODY FOUND. (Ueuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY. TucBd-V.' The mutilated I'.odv of D!;' 1' ^-i rS^'iS WSffiS>S5 «1 express, ami that he fell from

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A TRAVELLING NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

I A TRAVELLING NUISANCE. A man named Flynn, who said he was' last locked up at Mount Gnqi hier. was proceeded against at the Camperdown court for insulting be haviour, ivliich consisted of walking up behind a lady who was hooking from Narotfliid to Melbourne, and asking her if she had any friends in Melbourne. He pave the charge a " most emphatic denial." He called the relieving stationmaster a "brat" for requestiup- hint to ..move away, told two clerical gentlemen who re fused to take him seriously when ho asked them if he- was drunk that the-/ were "bigots," and informed the stationmnster that he was an auto crat. " but was not God Almighty." Mounted-Oonstable Fenton, who ar restee! him, said he told a motor-car driver .that " he was driving a motor ear in this world, but will be push ing a wheelbarrow in the next." At 1 the police court trial he said he would like the depositions forwarded to the ' Colonial Secretary of the Victorian Government." Hi? was fined !40/. Messrs. Kelly...

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STATE BRICKWORKS CLOSED. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

STATE BRICKWORKS CLOSED. /Wire From" Our"Correspondent.) vrm/RdTlRNE. Tuesday. The State l.rick works at Won..Ua£ pi liavi) been closed down ami the plant is to l-'i illspofltxl of. The q»a lity of th.r iTic'ts wnfl-too-poor.

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FOR THE MONKEY CAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

FOR THE MONKKV HAr.K The mayor of Ballarut. Cr. Brok enshire, at the fortnightly meetinr of the city council on Monday night, drew attention to ramarks made at a recent rre-ting of the Ballarat Trades and -'Labour Council rcpitrdmg the suitability of councillors for the I monkey cago section of the proposed 7oo at Lake Wcndourob. The mayor,' who s''o!<e with much indignation, I said thBallarat Trades and Labour I Co"ncil nt all times was received I with courtesy by the city council, nnd eviry attention was also pai-d its deputations and correspondence when brought before the corpora tion. Th«re was before the city council p letter from the Traiits and Labour Council, ■urging that the er ection of the proposed zoo he pro ceeded with as soon as possible, In order to'provide "work-for unemplo yed local tradesmen and others. He i BUggeeteil that, in view of tlie in \ suiting remarks roll!plii'.IK U ot, the letter be simply received, and no action taken. C'rs. Hill, l-'cni'sc,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

A' SEARCHING Scrutiny reveals that The Don leads iis iiic;li class tailors, batters, lucrcerH, boot men and ontfit.t.oi-H. Our Hints excel j in the fit, style and liniaU. Few i equal, none excel.' Values, (13/, 75/. Bust range of hats, fur, felt, 5/6, 7/(1, 10/fi : straws -l/f», worth 7/11 ; j panamus. In boots we lead, tuns i null black, 12/(1, 17/0. In cosy under wear, natty shirts and ties, crash i suits, boys' suits, you i'ct actual | money's worth at George and O'Neill's, A T OA'RTHB\V\S, Thomson f.ti'cr.t, best selection Hoy If j' Iiiiils, plain, shots, anil fancy designs, 32 InchCB wide. All 6/11 dozen. ^'1' WALLACE' S. v- XMAS. GIFTS. ' TIES, FANCY SOX, 'SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, And CLOTHING. /*: ^rdluROSE liaB Re-opened in Shop opposite the Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as ho de sires to mako quick clearances of « c of BootB iiud Shoes lie will oell Below Wholesale Cost for Casli. A REASON A BLR Discount Ailo.w-1 ed oil Toys to Sunday School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar a...

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STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (Wire From Our Correspondent.! Mrar.RniTliNM Tnrailav A bill to allow .CIUO.OOO to be allo cated towards ths detelojmient of mining, and the Workers' Dwelling Bill, to enable municipal councils to borrow money for the erection o, Workmen's dwellings, were "tisse.l through all stages. 'J'he Hou.se ad journed till Tuesday.

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ALLEGED WHOLESALE ROBBER. AN INTERESTING CAPTURE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

ALLEGED WHOLESALE ROBBER. ANVTNTBJiESm'G CAPTURE. ■ (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) MKLBOURNK, Tuesday. A man, who wan just awakening from a. sleep 0n Sunday afternoon in t:id Fitzi oy gardens, ho'Xaedseveral Indies' handkerchiefs in a culvert. With n long stick he sccured six hags, which contained, n quantity of jewellery, portion of. which has been identities as having been stolen. The detectives .watched the culvert from tli,* inside of n wooden box si tuated behind a '.rcc until 10.30 o'c.loc'c this morning. A young man approached the culvert, and was promptly arrested. At his longings in tlic city a quantity of jewellery, alleged to havc.tieen stolen, way also found. The man gave the name of Frank Thomas, aged 30. It is alleged that his finger prints-'correspotki with prints found in a number of subur ban homes, where robberies have been committed, and the Police ex pect now to claar up a large num ber of other robberies.

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SUCCESS OF LATE HAMILTON STUDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

SUCCESS OP LATE HAMILTON STUDENT. Master James V. Moroney, who is now attending St. Patrick's, College Ballarat, obtained distinctions in algebra, arithmetic, English, Latin and French, and passed in geometry, physics and history at the recent junior public examination.

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THE BOOT TRADE. FURTHER EVIDENCE IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914

THE BOOT TRADE. FUIiTHF'R r.VXDENC'E IN MEL BOURNE. ' (Wire From Our Correspondent.') . MEDBOURNK, Tuesday; Further- evidence was: givux before the Interstate Commission to-day by tins »'managing director of Buclcloy and Kunn T.td. Hi- said his firm would object to a manufacturer pla cing his brand on boots, but there was no objection to it bein™ shown that the toots were of ■ •Australian; manufacture. IT tire duties were in eroiiscd the public would lie penalis ed, as" the duty would be passed on to them;

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