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Items of [?]s. JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
Items of Mcius, JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. Hamilton, has good reason to tie proud of the representatives it sent to the recent junior public examina tions. Of seven candidates from the Higher Elementary School who es sayed the full course, six—H. R. Heine. Hazel Drummond, Arthur V. Burgess, Annie Moroney, Florence Terrill,- and Ruby Lang—passed through the ordeal with flyine col ours, while a seventh has only to rass in Enelish to complete. No. 2207. who took four subjects only, secured an equal number of dis tinctions. In Latin, the school secur ed, what is believed to be ait unpre cedented result—five distinctions and two passes. The achievement is enual to 86 per cent. of. compliances with the essential conditions—two passes in language and one: in mathe matics, and it reflects the highest credit o-n the late head master, Mr. S. W. Hunt, and his capable assis tant, Mr. D. W. Moroney,
LECTURE BY MR. CHRIS, MUDD [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
LECTURE BY MR. CHRIS. \TTTT1TV In connection with the Methodist borne missions, Mr. Ohris. Mudd, F.L.l5., addressed a well-attended meet in ? at Wesley church last night. The subject of his address was "From Athens to Aden." and this dealt al most entirely with the lecturer's per sonal experiences as botanist on the staff'of the Prince 'of Wales (after wards King Edward) during a visit to the royalties of Greece and E?vot., The lecturer was particularly enthus iastic in his remembrances of the thoughtfulness always displayed by the late monarch towards members of his staff, and especially, in one or two instances, towards llio lec turer himself. Ri?ht through the ad dress there was the customary vein of humour, many embarrassing situa tions being described hv the lecturer under the broad ecneral heading of "A Democrat in a fix." Indeed, he appeared to have wandered into a good many awkward situations—froir', a court etiouette point of vie,v—both at the roval palaces at Athens and ra...
A FINE TROUT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
*A" TPTNTC TRnTT.T That the liberation of younjj fish in district waters (in Dast years in- the Angling Society has been1 successful was once again demonstrated b- Mr. \V. Napier, who succeeded in hookin* a very large brown trout in the Wan non river, between Cavendish and Dunkeld. This fine specimen was 26 inches in length, 12 inches in girth, md weighed 5tbs. It was 6n object af much interest to anglers yesterday it Mr. Geo. Mullcr's, where it was exhibited.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
FOR ALL - WHITE- £/*}-- & WEAR 9 ^ USE Silver Starch THE BEST IN THE WORLD Insist Oil Labelled Packages m ^llf EXCEPTJONAL and DECISIVE REDUCTIONS. Underwear For the . . Present Season LOOK AT THE PRICES ! Our Large and Varied Stock represents a distinct advantage to those desirous of combining excellence of Style and f/lateriaf 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, Corsets. At 2/11—Ladies' Full-Size Combinations, in Calico or Longcloth, trimmed with Torchon Iuseition and Edging. At 3/11—Bargain Combs, in strong Calico or Longcloth, trimmed Embroidery Insertion, edged Lnce 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 5/6—Dainty, Fine Longcloth Com'js, square or V-shaped nccks, threaded Ribbon and Beading. ...
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. The New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency company Ltd. re- . port :—Wo held our lint sale of the second series to-day, when, in sub mitting some (>150 bales, wc brought forward an excellent solcction of bo th merinos and croESorcds. These, for the n.oat i&lt;art were drawn from the Western Gippsland and North-lVist ern i.istricts cf Victoria, the Bogan i nd Hiverina districts of New South Wal- s, Wi-sUm Australia, and the bo th Ea,t of South Australia. Since tlu (less of the lirst saries sa tisfactory advicis have continued to co.ne to hand from both Continental and Yor. shire manufacturing centres, whilst tliosi from Amcr:ca have also l.ccn cnco. raging. Under these cir cumstances a strong market was na ti rally looked for, and In this we were not disappointed. Competition lrom both Yorkshire and America was remarkably kten, as was that from the Continent for anything sui ted to the requirements of this sec tion. Although diffi...
Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1314 Scarcely loss regular th-ui the sea&lt;o: s i themselves are Hie periodical efforts ! put forward by certain of the. political bodies in the metropolis: to effect an amalgamation of the various Liberal Leagues. The reasons, advanced for the step are that the Liberal element could be better directed from one centre and tlmt a good deal of unnecessary expense is incurred in the maintenance of several sets of officials and offices. If these i.rgiiment^ are' not 'examined too closely-—if the members take for granted that the principle of concen tration is as vital to political as it is to commercial activitu-s-^it will ap pahi- to most people at first sight that such an amalgamation is desirable. But it is not wise to take anything for granted, politically or otherwise; and those who constitute the various Liberal organisations would be wise to pause 'before they, express any deiiuite opinion, in- commit their executives to any li.ved...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
RISE UP EARLY IN THE lilM —FOR Millers Sale Is In Full Swing. £20,000 worth of Seasonable Goods offered you at less than original dost — A FEW OF THE PLUMS — 1—100 Boys' School Coats, Gala tea, were 3/6, now 2'6 •if' 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Mole Trousers, worth 6/'.), now 2/11 3—Ladies' Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were 1/ and l/(>, now 6d each U _ • . - 4—White and Paris Guipure Lace Peter Pans ancl Sun shine Collars, were l/ll, now II 5—Ladies' Panama Hats, with Corded Silk Bibbon Band Bow at side, 10/(5, now G/ll 6—Ladies' Pan J")nn Hats, suit able for seaside wear, ribbon band, o'll, now 1/11 7—40 inch Satin Charrrseuse, at' 2/11 for eviiuiiig wear,(in sky. p:nk and creatn £>—Black Satin Charmeuso, 20 incb, reduced to 1/11 yard 9—Ladies' Glace Laco Shoes, pumps or si rong soles, Derby . or Oxrord fronts, were S/ll, now 7/0 10—Children's Tan or Black Gliico Kid Lice Boots, natural foot Jdrui shupe, 7, S, !), were 7/fi, now 6/6: 10, 11. 12; 13, were .8/6. low 7/li 11—Heavy Cr...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMELY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMELY, The Stat.; Parliament rc-opeiiud to iluy, and Ministers were sworn in. In the Legislative Assembly Mr. J. Camcrju drew retention to the po lios methods in am-stiii': the man O'Neill at Otr.eo, alleging that lie was the fscaped prisoner Sparkes. Aft.r Mr. PremU'rgast had moved nn adjournment of the House to ilis ei. ss the iinestion, Mr. Murray ad mitted that- the police had been ill advised. Th-j fullest inquiry would le made. The motion for the adjournment wag negatived. Mr. Watt said it was proposed to retain on the notice paper the first 27 tills, wljlch included the Work men's, Compensation, Country Roads, Factories and Shops, and Hospitals and Charities Bills. The Premier intimated, with regard t-> an onission ly the Council of the con ribntory clause in the Wor Ltrs' Com^enait'on Bill, that it was pro- osed to drop the bill and intro duce another without this clavse. Mi-ssr.-,. M;■ c' ey and Hobertson pro- j t'steil strongly against the pro-' posal. Th...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE. MARKET .(By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE. Tuesdav. Messrs. .1 olm M'Whnu and Co., stcc'c. ami shars brokers, " Collins House," Collliw-strcct, Melbourne, report as follows • Melbourne Trams— Buyers 44/, sell o.rn 44/1J, salos 4-1/l.J. AmalgaivmUtl 'Zinc—Buyers -27/fi,' sell-.rii 27/10J. • ftorth Broken—Buyiirs R3/, sellers n:t/:s. Mamixkn—Buyers 3I./-I.J, sellers :i3/7i, sales :»/«. Mount Cuthhbrt—Buyers 13/0; sell crti 14/. Cathnart—Buyers 2/9. J Catlicart -Central—Buyers 31/, sell era 34/6. l,augi LiORan—Buyers 3'1/ti, seUers 34/101. Ijaugi Logan Noytli—Buyers 5/, sellers 3/6. IjUngi l.ogan South—Buyers 15/0, sellers IS/9, salcy 18/6. Philippines ^-Buyers 33/i'., .sutlers 3.1/, sales 3-1/.