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BIG FIRE AT PERTH. (Reuter's Telegram.) PERTH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

BIG FIRE AT PERTH. (Renter's Telegram.) PKRTH. WrdiiPBdav. Dunning Bros.' huge timber yards I caught fire ft two o'clock this morn j ir.jr, great (Inmate being ilona. The I '* West Australian" n.ornini; news j paper was unable to publish owinc I to the destruction of tlia olectric I entiles.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

T. H. UlOLAWa CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch OlQcn nt Horsham, Warrack >abcal, Rainbow, Oeparlt, Nhlll, Coleralne, Willnura. Alio at 437 Collins-iS., Melbourne. SALES of Fat and Store Sheep and Cattle conducted In the Corporation Yards, Hamilton, evory Friday. Fortnightly Salsa held at Macarthur and Coleraino. Auction and Private Sales of Land and Stock ebnducted In any part of the State. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of laterert. AGENTS FOR— Dalgsty & Co., Woolbrokera, Geelong > and Melbourne. ' THE I. o. A. (Xh» Iniutanc* Office of Auatralia, fctd.) ' Fire Accident Liv* Stoclc. I Make Your Will — " An< Provide for the Future ®y M«am of THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion iof Aiistraffa Ltd. Office—49-S1 Queen-street, Melbourne. • Capital of £150,000. .Clalma Guarantee Fund, £10,BM. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, Eeq. (Chairman), Colin Temple ta», E*q., Hon. ' John Thomson, MiL.A...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

in Doubla Bed Heavy White Twill Sneoilng, worth \j2 yd. ... NOW "Id. Long Brown Striped Roller Towels, usual price i/- ... For the SALE 6d AVhito Calico Utulm^kU'w, Mual;n IiVill and Torchon Jjiiu'j ... hi Grey Tweod Skirta, Vanol;linok, undor coiit ivt ' ..." 4'|1 Nurso Aprons, full b'.b, 3 Goro Skit t ... ^ 1/ Dark Print or Zojilivi' Aprons, wash Well ... ... 8fti Jajk Tar Straw- Hats, Wlnto or Navy Binding, Silk Cord : ... ... 1/3 Girla* Stylish lints, trimmed Flowers' and ~ Ribbon ... ... ... ■ . ... . ... 7i6 Ladies' Straw Hats, trimmed Ribbon, 'J'uUo, Flowara atd Mount ... 86 Children's Crope DroBBi'a, trimmed, poeiufc and Bolt: ... ... I, II Ijfulioa' One-pfeeo Drosses, . i.i' Ci cijjo, Ciiinbriu or Dolaino ■ •'... • .j.. ... 5 II - While M jslia •• liloimos,Embroidery i roilr, turned down collar" .... ... 2'11 Embroidery AYhit'o Droatoj, Boaico finiBlisd Luce unci Insert ... 119 Good Calico Knickers, full aizo, frill trimmed ... ... ... II Longcloth Combinitiona, i'u'l size,...

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PLAYING WITH FIRE. SENSATIONAL INCIDENT IN SYDNEY. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

PLAYING WITH FIRE, SENSATIONAL INCIDENT IN' SYDNEY. (Heutor's Tclccram.1 SYDNEY. Wednesday. Marie Thel'n, wlio was later/ ap pearing at Luna Park, MaKiounio, and who is now Eliowi-'B at, White City, Sydney, wlicro she nightly seta fire to. her clothing anil tlvn dives fiom a tower into a tank of ' water sixty feet Iiclow, was eauirht l.y the names before she was ready to ilive last ntcht. She was sliffhtly ourned.

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AMBRYN ISLAND ERUPTION. REMARKABLE PHYSCICAL CONTORTIONS. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

W AMBRYN ISLAND ERUPTION. 1 KliMAUKAULIS PHVSrCAl, CON TOUTIuNS. (Reuter'a ,Tt;loKram.) SYDN13Y, Wednesday. •111.' steamer Maknmho to-:lny lu'oii Bht additional details of the volcanic .ni'tion nt Amt.ryn lBlnn;l on Now Yoirs Dny. The oltlccra describe the itl'Mid a e'euthing rrns3 of la a, the em roaming over the s'le ot the mission hospitnl, and thu whole face of the country being ul U-rol. Th& F,ea was thirteen fathoms deep over tin hos/.itiil situ, and there arc two in l.:S of hilly country now where th<) sea wet' formerly. Tin l o lsd dur n% the eruption, completely cooking tlvc fish and tur tles.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOY DROWNED AT BALLARAT. BALLARAT, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

BOY DROWNED AT BALLARAT. CWlra Prom Our CorrewponctMit.) BAMjARAT. Wednesday. Prank Collins, need S year.*, who resided with his parents in l>mirie ssreet, Mount Pleasant, ilaliarat East, was drowned this aftern.ion in Lake Wendomee, in four fe>t of wa ter. The hoy went to tho late, with his 12-year-oid brother, wtio was felling from the jetty, while deceased Bailed a toy. boat in the water. The elder hoy heard his brother crv cmt. ami then saw him in the water. He raised the alarm, and a man named street. Mount Pleasant, finllarat which had been in the water for ten minutes. An attempt wns made to restore animation, and when Br Kelly arrived he continued tho efforts without success.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OTHER PROPERTIES DAMAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

I ■ — j OTHER FRGP15UTIHS DAMACil'U). ' The <leBt.ructi.vo fire which occ.ui'riM j at two o'clock this morning destroy oil' tin', fiilly e-iuippcil and heavi y stockc<l factory of l)unni:i^ lircs., timber merchants. Several n.ljcinln£ cottages were gutted. St. John's Clinrcli of Rngland,^ ac ross-the road, was damaged. Bunr.ing's promises wero insured for £15,000. ;

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

A SEARCHING Scrutiny • reveals tliat The Don leads us high class tailors, batters, mercer3, boot men and outfitters. Our suits excel in the fit, style and finish. Few equal, none excel. Values, 63/, 75/. Best range of 'hats, fur, felt, 5/6, 7/C, 10/6 : straws 4/6, worth 7/6 ; Panamas. la boots we lead, tans aod black, 12/6, 17/6. In cosy under wear, natty shirts nndties, ' crash suits, boys' suits, you pet actual l money's worth at George and O'Neill's. AN.A.—1To-night,- Forester.';-' J-Tall, • 8 o'clock. A.N.A. Day cele bration. IJonml Night. Men.hers' lady friends and A.W.A. membi-rs in vited. AT OARTHEW,S, Thomson street, best selection HoylBS* Iiinls, plain, shots, and fancy designs, 32 inches wide. All 6/11 dozen. " T WALLACE'S. XJ1AS. GIFTS. TIES, FANCT SOX, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, And CLOTHING. AUEMl'tOSJS haa He-opened in • Shop opposite the Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he- <!c 3irea to make quick clearances of tiis stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Who...

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LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

liEITCH PICTURES I The complete programme to be screened by Twitch Pictures is adver tised in another colnmo, and will be shown in the order advertised. The Star drama will be "Widow Ma loney's .faith," a two-reel feature ty the Domino Company, and "Zu '•n," a i'WO-r^el com.-dy by the Key stone Company is said to be equal to any of it.s recent productions, "The bowling match" ahd "Schnifcs, th: lailor." The balance of the i rocratrme has beer, carefully axlee ted. There arc ileven pictures, in cl din? dramatic, comedy, scenic, .and. topical. The first picturc will tc .rcre:n.*..1 at eight o'clock.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MEI.BOUKNU. Wednesday. In the Legislative Assembly 10 da; the Minister of I.ands told Mr M'Lachlan that it was not iiiteuiei to brinR rabijit inspectors mulct' tin Public Service Act. Mr. Witt moved for the discharge pf the Electoral Redisti ijiition Hill nnd 25 other measures. Oil the motion of Mr. Mac^ay, the Industrial Association Hill was kept on the paper. Mr. Elmslie said that last night's Vote showed the Liberals wore not X'e-united as was represented. Labour members contended that the Electoral Bill should not be dis charged, but urged that it should be revised. Mr. i hathnm urged that the Milk Hud Dnirv Supervision Bill should be Baled. He ad\ocnted that the in terests of thj country producer should be lookid aftrr by a Govern ment which claimed to be a country one. Tli? Tremor's motion to discharge the tills was agreed to. Tile Council's nmendimnis in the Municipal Rating l'nimprove.1 Values Pill w-tre a...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACCIDENT ON A FARM [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

ACCIDENT ON A PAT1M I An accident of a rather serious ! n;.turt.' (writes our Cavendish corres rondent} held an elderly man navn cd M'Alpim= on Tuesday. Mr. M'Al Vine was loading wheat ,at Mr. Wal lis's farm. Mooralla, and while at tempting to move a bag on toP of a high load the hag slipped, and Mr. I M'Alpine was precipitated to the ground, a distance of about eight ftet, s'tri5tin*» the earth heavily with his shoulders. When it was soin thai M'Alpine was seriously hurt, Mr. Wallis conveycd him to tlw Cu vtndiFh' hotel (the r;:sidcnec of his daMghie,-;. Dr. Hayes was imme diately summoned, and an exhaustive examination proved that the unfor tunate man was suffering from se v.rp concussion of the spine and con sjjuent paralysis. Mr. M'Alpine spent a restless night, but appeared considerably easier yesterday morn ing. It is feared that his injuries will result in a long confinement to his hod.-.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY WHARF LABOURERS. MEETING TO DISCUSS OVERTIME. (Reuter'a Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

SYDNEY WHARF LABOURERS. MEETING TO DISCUSS OVER TIME. (Reuter'a Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. There is no change in connection with the Sydney wlmrf labourers' << - ftimo 'ri c. The men hold a meeting to night to dit';uss thu si tuation.

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CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE OF OVERTIME. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE OF OVERTIME. SYDNEY. Wednpsilav Micht. A meeting of wharf lav>our?rs, lv B large majority, lo-ni lit decided to I ■work under the old conditions, in cluding overtime, pending the result of a conference. • This means that the men will work overtime to-mor row.

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THE BOOT TRADE. EVIDENCE BY SALESMAN. MELBOURN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

THE BOOT TRADE. EV1DHNCK ItY SAI.HSMRN. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) MELUOURN [51 • At the sitting of the Interstate Commission to-iiay William Leeming, retail boot salVsman, said the local article wns not as good in infants' si us, lrom 1 to G. Kiom sine 7 up wards the locally m:idc goods held their own with the imported. About SO per cuit. of th.i felt slippers bund led here wire niiule in England. Ex isting duties 011 goloshes, sand shoes and f-lt clippers were sufficient, ns it would to impossible to make tliem in any 'quantity here tor many years lunce. Arthur atone, boot manufacturer, si. t-d that h.. was employing about one-third of the number of employes that h-a had four years ago. He con sidered the trade was not 011 thfi downward grade, Imt it had not. in creased with the population's ru i|iiireme;it3.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VETERAN RACE CLUB SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

VETERAN RACE CLUB SECRE TARY. Mr. A. Von Doussa, whose name is widely known in racine circlss as the resourceful and enereetic secretary of the Onkapprinpa Racine Club, passed through Hamilton yesterday, and took occasion to 'brine the important Easter fixture at Oaklian'; under the notice of various trentlemen. >Ir. Von Doussa. in nn interesting chat mentioned the fact that *t is 39 vears since he undertook the secre-. tarysliin and founded the Onlsaparii en club, which has grown to such It c dimensions frcm small beginn ings, and that he and thn scrrctarv of the Hawkesbury Racine Club are the two oldest secretaries in Austra lift at the present time. He is bo interested in this fact that no pur i pesos paying a ■'•islt to the lat.ts' gentleman in thrre or four weeks' time.

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THE CITIZEN SOLDIERS. MEDICAL STATISTICS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

THE CITIZEN SOLDIERS. MEDICAL STATISTICS. i Wire From Our Correspondent.! M tn P.flllHUE Wwlnp.silav Tho Director ot Personnel in tile military forces has issued statistics to Uecimlier 31, 1913, showing that ot 50,510 junior cadets medically exam ined 97.C were reported as nnysically fit. In the senior division, ot 146,487 examined 90 per cent, passed. Temporary exemptions numbered 14,130.

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JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

JUNIOR "PITRTjIO RXAMTNATIONR I Besides the pupils of the rlisher Klementarv School mentioned in ves terday's issno as having passed the junior, public examinations Miss Winifred V. M'Kenhnie (Alexandra College) and Miss Winifred 0. White (Hamilton Loreto Convent) were also, successful in passing <l>c com plete examination.

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BITTER PIT IN APPLES. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

BITTER PIT IH APPLES. (Wire Prom Our' Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Mr. D. M'Alpine, Government vege table pathologist, who wiis' appoint ed .in • 1911 to enquire into bitLer pit in apples, lias presented his second progress report. Mr. M'Alpine haa not laid , down any definite methods ■o . radication of the disease, liiu ho is hopeful cf eventually achieving success, ...

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SALE OF STATlON-BRED CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

SALE OF STATlON-IUtTED CA'PTl.Ri Messrs. T. H. Laidlaw and Go. will sell at their Macarthur yards next Tuesday, 27th inst., 150 station-bred cattle, direct from tho Mission Sta tion. Lake Contlah, comprising 4 and 5 year old bullocks, young well-bred cows, forward and fat : station bred heifers, 2 and 3 -years : yearling steers and h-eifers, and two Shortho. n bulls. . I'm5? c. ,'Cl nre nn exceptionally well bred lot, and for positive sale, so buyers should not miss this op portunity.

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ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING TRAGEDY. (Reuter's Telegram.) LAUNCESTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING TRAGEDY. (Reuter's Telegram.) J LM'NCESTON, Wednesday. . George Jonc.3, ng«3<l '<<>, a resident , of Underwood, went to his garden ^ iijrly this morning to shoot birds. The gun exploded, nnd lie was Killed. |

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