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FEDERAL LADIES' RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

FEDERAL LADIES' RIFLE CLUB. Till! members of the Federal Lad ies' Rifle Oluli have been honoured by Mr. A. Howell, who has presented a valuable cold cross and chain for competition among them. In order to make the competition more inter esting than usual the nrize will lie awarded for Uio best aggregate of four out of six shoots, the other con ditions to be fixed by the cum.nittee of the club. The tropliv is on view in Mr. Cattcrson's -window, and no doubt the d'jnor wi'l rec»i e the hearty thanks cf all menV:«r.3 lor his generosity. At a committee meeting of tne Ha milton Rille Club hMd at the minia ture ranee last night it was decided to shoot Tor the novice trouhy, don ated by Mr. G. Lange, at tne rifle range on Saturday next. Thy coiuli tionn are ten shots at 500 yards. The handicaps will he posted on the board at Mr. 1,. C.arneU's shop.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUBMARINE DISASTER. SEARCH AREA EXTENDING. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

THE SUBMARINE DiSASTER. N,SKAnCH akea extending. london, Tuesday. , The search of, the vessels in Whit sand Bnyi/cr the sunken- submarine are sweeping further seaward.: Th, water is too deep for Uife divers. The theory is gaining jhat the crew wert BUilocated by gas, and that I he submarine headed seawacd, the machinery continuing to work until th-j dectric battery was ex hausted.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

CRI3KET. rrnct'ci; wic'*fcts will he availablo dp Melville oval Vtis afternoon, but owing to th? ] r>] arations which have teen mniie for the annual teoinia tournament theie will le no cricket 1 ractice on thii ov.il (o morrow.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON WOOL SALES. CHOICE GEELONG WOOLS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

LONDON WOOL SALES. ( HOIC.'ii GEKI.ONG WOOIjH. LONDON. Tuesday. At thi sake to-day there was .fi choic: selection of best, Geelong ' wools, which exei.Ud. spiritud compe tition, and brought-high priccs. Messrs. Strachan. Murray' and1 Shannon, Fty. Ltd., Gcelono-,. report; —We are In receipt of the following cablegram from our London. House. Messrs. Sanderson, Murray ana Co.f, dated 19th inst.:—"Wool—Market strong, and shows a hardening ten dency ; greasy merino good, par to 5 per cent, advance." *"■' ;■ ' ;

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ATHLETICS. AMATEUR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

ATHLETICS AMATEUR MEETING. The 'Australasian Amateur athletic track championship will be held in Melbourne on Saturday and Monday next. Hanvlton will lie represented liy It. R. I-Iarricksi nnd A. M'Miilan in the .sprint ami long distance han d cats r si octlvily. while J. Brake, who nlreitly hri's the poll vault climn io'iship will le called upon to defti.d his title. The American ath letes, who arc at (srsont touring Austrtil'ii, v.11 also be competitors.

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SAFETY AT SEA. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

, SAFETY AT SEA. IMPORTANT RECOMtfENDAtlONS. LONDON, Tuesday. Tin conference on the question , of safety nt sea has concluded and sig ned n draft convention establishes, under the United States, th~ control of an international service of ice oiservat'on and patrol, alsc the des truction of derelicts in the North Atlantic. The connf: rente ruled that prudent s.-Hmanship and the sp;ed embodied in the Titanic judgment shbr.ld be internationally affirmed. The con .ferencs confirmed.! also the measur^u for the prevention and detection, of fire. , All merchantmen carrying f.fty passe ipois and upwards must be installs! with wirel.-ss apparatus, havinj; a minimum rcn^e of a hund rid milss. Mr. Buxton, President of the Bo ird of Trade, announced Lhat a further international : conference would bo held her .after to deal with th:) lo.id line and Rfndrtd-subjects.

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APSLEY RACING CLUB. APSLEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

AI'SLEY .RACING CLUB. j (From Our Own Correspondent.) APSLBY, Wednesday. I A meeting of the Apt-Icy Iiacing ( 1 ib was held on riuturday evening, when the I roeianinie of events for I the for. hooming races on Tuesday, March If, w:is dra.vn up, the prin [ eipnl events be ng the Cup of 15 so s., and" Hurdle Kaee of 12 sovs., ies des iour othtr in.'nor events, ma i in : n total value of >*-'50. The club has deeded to revert to the holding of n register.d meeting afttr conduc ting a picnic meet ng for a number of \ears. Mr. H. J. Lnidlaw wnti reele. ted president, nnd Messrs. F. t\. -M ii tin jind Edward Fly an were ap 1 o'ntcd joint serrtt tries.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEVERAL SMALL ALLOTMENTS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

SEVERAL SMALL ALLOTMENTS. LONDON. Wednesday. The "Daily Mail" states that ap plicants for £100 worth ;of the > Vic torian loan were allotted the amount in full. Larger applicants only re ceived 25 per cent.

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BOXING. JOHN WREN AS UNDERWRITER. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

BOXING JOHN WniCN AS UNDERWRITER. (Renter's Telegram.) SYDNEY. Wednesday. All the capital has Ve-n supplied and all the shares allotted unvatelv in the company which is taki.i? over "Snowy" Baker's stadium. 'Ibe com pany will lie registered in a, few days. John Wren, who is substantially in terested in the company, has under written the capital.

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THE MONEY MARKET. INFLUENCE OF VICTORIAN LOAN. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

THE MONEY MARKET. INFLUENCE OF VICTOftlAtl LOAli. T.ONDON. Tnofidnv. The "Westminster Gazettj" fears that the success of the - Victorian loan will stimulate so many borrow er.-; th.it congestion will again re sult. The "Globe" .stateti that a vast accumulation of wealth, arising from thi Iradt boom, is now coming on the market, and finds the Stock F.x chaige largely (U-nud2d of iis float ing supplies of .stocks. Brokers' books are full of investment or;lers, and the position of the Stock Ex changa is healthier than it has btsn for many years.

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ALLEGATIONS REPEATED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

ALLEGATIONS REPEATED. LONDON. Wednesday. The "Daily Telegraph," notwith standing Mr. Churchill's denial, ire peats its assertion that diiloicnces have arisen in the Cabinet. The " Telegraph" states that alter the Admiralty revised the estimates, mak ing in some instances 25 per cent, re ductions, the Treasury returned. the estimates, and insisted upon iurther reductions, which the Admiralty con sider inconsistent with national safe-: ty. The same journal declares that, apart from this, iliffercnccs exist ow I inn to the ;fact , that the Admiralty exceeded last session's vote in the ef fort to maintain naval supremacy, and that the Treasury forccd the Board of Admiralty to arrest iurther expenditure, except where it was im possible to stop. The "Daily News" says it believes tho naval estimates have been sevcrc lv Druned, and that the Government is determined to check the spend thrift policy.; /. j_- ,

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY STANDING COMMITTEE. MR. S. BARNES APPOINTED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

RAILWAY STANDING COMMITTEE. MR. 3. BARNES APPOINTED. (Wire From Our Correspondent,) MELBOURNE, WednfMrtay. Mr. S, jiurn s was elected by Mi- I n'sicrial fa'JC s io ti e vncnncy on the Rnihvnyy Standing Committee, cansrn by the retirement of Mr. Hut chinson. Minister cf Wntcr Supply. CHlier candidates werti Messrs. Carl isle* and Karr.r.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BRITISH CABINET DIVISIONS. MR. CHURCHILL'S REPLY. "BASED ON SURMISE AND GOSSIP." LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

REUTER'S TBIiKGRAMS. . ; 7-:—: : 1—' BRITISH CflBiNET DIVISIONS. MR. CHURCHILL'S REPLV. " IiASlflD ON SURMISE AND GOS SIP." LONDON. Tuesday. Mr. Churchill announces that tile 1 r.cwspapti- statements concerning , tile Cabinet divisions arc based merely ' on sitrmisij anc\ gossip, ami should ' l:c uniformly distrusted. Hu denies , that the Board of the Admiralty ex j pressed its intention to resign.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHOLESALE ROBBERIES. MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO FIFTEEN CHARGES. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

WHOLES* Lt ROBBERIES. MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO FIF TEEN CHARGES. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY. Wednesday. Frank Stanley Taylor nl^ailcd pirl ty at the Darliugluirst Quart.r Ses sions to-day to fifteen, char^ea o! J breaking, entering and stealing in 1 the suburbs. He was roniandcd for, sentence.

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IMPORTATION OF ORGANS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

importation of organs. The Tprise of local business is always, .-.orthy of con-mendaMon, in asmuch as it tends to increase the importance of Hamilton n3 the chief distributing centre of the western district. In this connection Mr. J. J. Maloney has lust imported a con signment of organs direct from the factory of Messrs. W. and W. Kin ball, of Chicaeo, U.S.A. Thcuc arri ved at Sydney by the s.s. Niagara and were transhipped to Melbourne, from whence they were forwarded bv rail to Hamilton. The instruments were forwarded 4000 miles by rail from the factory to the "ort of .ship ment Vancouver, an-d a remarkable Ihinc abnut the importation '.y that of the £15 expended on freight about £3 were incurred for carriage from Melbourne to Hamilton. Messrs, Fowling and Co.'s nox< Macarthur Sale will be held on Tues day February 17. . . Messr.j. n. W. Fowling and Co. will liolO their usual PCnshurst sale on Tresday next instead of Monday, owing to the Foundation Day holi day. Messrs....

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PROHIBITED JAPANESE IMMIGRANT MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

PROHIBiTED JAPANESE IMMIGRANT (Wire . From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. N?grrno, a > 0.111:; Japanese, wlw could spc.ik English, but failtd to pass a t:st in German, was scn t.oncrd to two months' ponding de rortation. Nagarno had deser ted from a steanier, and for which tha owntrs hnd'le.n lined £103..

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

AGRICULTURAL, ITEMS. Mention was recently made of t.lir excellent oat crops on the yorven closer settlement estate, and farther proof of the widsom of putting th-'r land under- cultivation ,is afforded by the .splendid crops of rape and onions' on the holding of Mr. D. lifomley, These are ns eooil as could be ex pected from £20 an acre land, and furnish a striking illustration of farming on intelligent lines. Mr Youngman, of Ardgartun, had also fifty acres of a magnificent crop of oats, the estimated yield of hay be in<* three tons to the acre. Tnis land, which is of light description, has been worked on the rotation of co system, which, comllned with a fav ourable Benson, is responsible for the above-mentioned abnormal yield.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. To-day's [?]uotations were — [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. . MELBOURNE,- Wednesday. To-dav's ruotations were1 — Wheat—Dull, 3/6 per' bushel nomi nally, January delivery ; 3/6.1 BW rup'ry.- , j 0its—Mil'in?, 1/10 ; feed, 1/9 Per i bushel. . , - ' •Mai e—^2 I'er liuehrt. -.0haff—Whe-ten, A8/12/6 ; oaten, ;f3 5/ rer ton. Hay—Manner, £5/10/ per.ton. Potatoes—Cnrrr en's, £3/12/6 per ton. . • i Onions—To £7/10/ per ton.

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MOTOR-BORING PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

MOTOR-BORING PLANT. A motor-boring plant, owned by. Messrs. Kelly and Carter, of Pens hurst, was an object o{ much atten tion yesterday as it proceeded from the railway station through the streets, on its way to Arrandoovoag, Branxholme. The plant is of Ameri can construction, and when not en gaged in boring can be moved about like a traction engine. Tha plunge; will excavate a bore six inches ;n diameter to a depth of 600 fait, at the rate of about forty feet per day. two men only being required to at tend to the machinery.' Practically no time is lost once the motor ar rives at the spot chosen,, and in a district like this, where waler can usually he obtained at a reasonable distance from the surface, the saving in an important consideration vo tli? landholder. There are only th.'ce o' these machines in the State, and the cne under notice being the latest im portation has some imDrovements in construction. When the season's work of boring for -water is completed the firm intend to...

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CONCERT AT CONDAH MISSION STATION. MILTOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

CONCERT AT COKDAH MISSION STAT,ON, i (From Our Own Correspondent.) MIIjIjTOWN, Monday. A concert was held at the mission station; Condah, on Friday, 16th, in aid of the mission cricket cluli. Cap tain Crawford and the members de serve praise for the way in wM'.h | the concert was got up. It was Iwld in tl<e open air. A platform was made for the performers, with a shelter for the lamps. The stage was illuminated V.v fifteen Chinese lan terns and about 100 fairy lights. The performance was eaual to many of the town conccrts,, and was some thing . new to the residsnts around the station. The people esteem it a great pleasure to pay a visit to the station, as Captain and Mrs. Craw ford spare no effort to promote en joyment. Something over £7/10/ was j taken at the gate, which speaks for itself. A coffee suopcr was held after the concert, and the crowd had a splendid evening's entertainment, and : a nice drive home in the moonlight. The protjnimme was as fo'lows Overture, Mrs....

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