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BATHS FOR HAMILTON. VISIT OF MR. BEAUREPAIRE. GRANGE SITE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
BATHS FOR HAMILTON. VISIT OF Mil. UKAURBPAIIIK. GRANGE SITE APPROV"K1). Yesterday at noon, on the arrival of thfe train Ironi 1 ortlan:!. Mr. Frank Deaurepaire (swimming in structor ft.r the Education i)eprut ment), accompanied by Cr. Ureed imayor), Mr. Melville, Mu 13iake (Y.M.O.A.), Mr. 15. H. Patterson (An filing .Society), Mr. Williams (Crown lands tailifl), and Mr. ridwell (A.N.A.), visited the locality on Grange creek, wh;rc it is proposed to establish swimming baths. The spo. is situated on the turn-off from Mill road over the railway crossing nea the old 'butter factory site, and land owned by Mr. Mehille abuts on "tTie stream at this locality. If this site should be ultimately chosen, Mr. Melville lias generously offered to give a.right ol entry through lii^ paddock, also to provide sufficient land whereon to erect an enclosure, dressing, to'ies, etc., and to accommo date from 500 to GOO people, which might, be reouired at the time of a carnival. It is proposed lo con struc...
AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
Art KNTH U SI AST 10 M K iOTI N O. REPORT IiY MR. nKAURRl'AIUlS. A meeting of t'ie weir coir.mil.Un of thn Anj,'lins? C.'lnh was hold at the ♦ own hall hotel last cven'ns. Mr. K. Ijance, vlce-prcsiilcnt., 'ccciipicil i.he chair. It was unanimously resolved, on this motion o( Mi'KBrn. W.' \tantlii anil W. Tully, ; tlmt the secretary communicate with all uocictiea ami i'luliB in till! town requesting co op eration in the effott to seemc a swimming- Lasia in the Grange exejk, ami alio to appoint a delegate to at tend a public meeting which t'.-.e ini yor is to he requested to convene a" an early elate. Mr. K. H. Patterson reported that with other citizens, in company with Mr. Frank Iioaurepaire, organiser M swimming and life saving for the toil ncation department, ho hail vieilea the proposed site on the Grange creek on Mr. Melville's property yesterday, and Mr. Beaurepaire reported very favourably on the site. The chairman urged members to work hard to brine this most impoi tant acqui...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
palatable. Boon to Farmers. KELLY AND CARTER BEft to intiniato to the Fu>)lic.thnfc thpy. havo y.mv.hnsed an Up-to-dnte Moto* Boring Pla.o+, ard will be plf-jvpvil to fuvnisn pui?onl*r3 And price* For B&lt;-vmir. A\U1t(M4. Kelly &nd Carter, ren&hurst. 'Phone 23. FURS FURS. FURS. XX) B TAN and MAKE TIP all W Kind* of Skint into Neckl»t», Mivff*, Rug*, Etr. Be*t Workmanship Guaranteed. REASONABLE CHARGES. Sifrbisit Market Rate* given for Hi des, CalfBkins, Horss Hides, Hor ee Hair, Tallow, Sheep Skin*, Rabbit Skim, Fox, and all other Furred Skint. Prompt Return*. No CommlMlo*. Send- for Quotation#. James Munday & Co (TANNBR8 A MB FURRIER* OIMBLONO. ALWAYS RELIABLE Printed and published nt the OtU>x 0[ 1)10 •• Hamilton Spectator." Grav-Btrcet, Hamilton, Victoria, by Herbert Edward fdppon of Ha milton, aforesuid, newsier yioprletor,
A VARIETY OF SUBJECTS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
A VARIETY OF SUBJECTS. LONDON. Tiif-udjiv. Mr. James Parker, Labour mem bur for Halifax, speaking at,a Lab our demonstration in Glasgow, last night, said that like other parties thij Labour party had a land policy, which it would unfold in a few days. Mr. Henderson, Labour member for Barnard Ccstlci stated thai/ Lnt.our it"R would have voted for the Home Hulp Bill whoever brought it in. KufTragett:s crcated much uproar. Thev heckkd Mr. Handerson for vot ing for the Cat and Mouse Bill. Speaking at Bramton in Cumber land last mght Mr. Runeiman, Presi dent of the Board of Agriculture, said the present rural housing con ditions made ths Government under ta'tfc tho bold courts of providing cottages. He could build sufficient cottages i.o accommodate 50,000 for half the cos-t of a single Dreadnou ght. Mr. Runeiman addml that flesh and blood werti more important than steel and iron.
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE RAND STRIKE. PRAISE FOR DEFENCE FORCE. REMARKABLE PIECE OF MOBILISATION. JOHANNESBURG, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 21 January 1914
REUTEIt' 3 TELEGRAMS. THE BAND STRIKE. PRAISE FOR DEFENCE FORCE. REMARKABLE PIECE OF MOBILI SATION. JOHANNESBURG. Moiwlnu NIMit. The VorcI Struis mine strlkors bavc been ordered to quit the occupation of the living quarters on the ' mine property. Notwithstanding the completeness of the mobilisation of the defonoo force the cost is not likely to exceed £150,000 weekly. The position in the mines shows n gradual improvement. A Jtuard, who was patrolling the lino on tbo bor der between the Transvaal and Natal, Hrcd on a man who wns tampering with the line. Two shots woro flrod in reply, but they took no effect. Tuc guard believes there were tlireo men, all of whom escaped. , Two hundred railway men signed on at Germiston to-day, also large number at Braamfontein, where .a meeting decided that the men should resume oni Tuesday. The week-end ut the Benoni was of the lauictest order. An armed guard Is still posted at the trades hall. , No damage was done at the Vcgel Struts mlno by the ex...
TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
TEN'IS. HAMILTON L/AWN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL, TOURNAMENT MEETING The opening day or the local tennis j club's fourth annual tournament will | take place on Saturday, when the committee hope to complete a pro grtmnu of Lctwten 70 ami M rub I ers—rather a big contract—which will require the co-operation of ail the competing players. Mor.n in teresting matches will lie wilnoraed throughout the afternoon, an from II o'clock to 7 o'clock, or later, no 1&lt; hs than ten courts on Mulvills oval will liu occupied. Players must be in attendance when calkd upon to play, and even players not speci fied rirlow as billetl to play r.iay he c illed upon as fortunes of ci nipsti tors vary. Tile following is t!ic list ol Minus for Sutunlay Championship Singles.—At 11 o'clock—J. (.'. Johnstone v. D. Mot fuU, A. He Hairc v. A. R. Drew, J. S*. Ross v. C. H. Campbell, W. Brakj v. W. H. MofTutt, I,. Chomluv v. W. S Mfrl'n, R. M. Bond v. h. J&lt;nner. At 1L.30'—I,. II. l'ead v. J. M'Don i.ld...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
STR KES YOU_ANY TIME. Never know when or where back ache pains will Btrike you. The kid neys will so wronj?, and when they do the tirst warning is generally through the back. Neglect means many serious ills, it's only a short step from common backache to rheu matic pains, urinary disorders, drop sy. Uriolit's Disease. Doan's Back ache Kidney XJi 11s cure1 every ill of the kidneys and bladder. Read this testimony, it tells of a cure that Ins te:l. Mrs. Wilson, Mill Road, Hamilton, says " X have been in grand health since I used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills : they fixed jne up completely. Uefore I used this remedy I was a treat sullerer with disordered kidneys. The pains in the small of my back were dreadful, while to stoop was almoBt an impossibility. I could not. do my work without suflerlug tor ture. and I always felt tired. When Doan's Backache Kidney Pills were first advertised in Hamilton I got a j bottle, ami they cured me. I have ; heard a good many people complain i in- of so...
RIFL[?] SHOOTING. GRANGEBURN LADIES' RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
RIFL" SHOOTING GnANGERUliN 1,ARIES' HTFL.13 CMJB. The first slicot for the trophy given l)v Mr. M'GennisUin resultel In a tie. The following are the scores (two shoots with handicap) :—Miss Pavis, 48, 50 (2)—100 ; Miss Camp hell, -13,40 (10)—100 ; Miss Mi larJ, 48, 47 (3)—38 ; Miss Hunter, 48, 46 (2)—'JG • Miss N. Mitchell, 4:, 45 (4) —85 ; Miss F. Hiiichlifte, 4" 45 (3> - 95 : Mrs. Thureootl, 48, 44 (3)—'J5 • Miss Savin, 42, 40 (12)—94 • Miss V. Hmchliite, 43, 44 (G)—93 ; Mrs. Tay lor, 4G, 42 (4)—"2 : Miss H. Wright. 40, 44 (8)—92 ; Mrs. Moylan. 35, 34 (16)—S5 Mcs. Draper, 34, 40 (.8)—82.