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VISIT OF S.A. RAILWAY COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
VISIT OF S.A. RAILWAY COM MISSION. The members of tlic Soui.li Austra lian: railway commission, consisting o( Messrs. Heparton (chairman), A. Von Doussa, and Haic, repicsentine the T ibcral party, and Messrs. .T, P. Wilcon, H. Chesson. nnd H. Jack no", rcroFCTting the Labour party, with Mr. Sincock (tbo secretary), were in Hamilton yo.sterday on the return trin irom Portland, when tlicy have leen taUinc evidence with rrjjiird to thf facilities which the Victorian port is likely to offer on tilt' opening of the railway line from Moi:nf fianil ier. It was intended to proceed alonp the routB of the line as well, hut tins it was found im possible for the motor cars to ne poliatu, and the party therefore i came on from Casterton by ordinary route. The members of tlio; commis sion w>• r_ very much impressed with wh it tV, i Victorian Government is doing in the work of decentralisa tion, and, though it is not taken a-! an otlicial pronouncement, one of the members said be thought the Vi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
And Cuticura Ointment. Their use tends to prevent pore clog ging, pimples, blackheads, red ness, roughness and other un wholesome conditions of the skin. c,'utli*uM anil oininwut tint Hold ihronchort tluMvi>rl'l. A JiliiT.il ya!i!|)l'! of nirli, with booklet mi Hi*' :111(f iriiMr i'IH of Hie .'ikiti uutl Bcalr. .-mtu jMvJ-rrcu. Ata.rca- II. ToVitta b|U«:cy, .s. W. Our . Large and Varied Stock represents a distinct advantage to those desirous of combining excellence of StyJe and Material 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, At 2/11—Ladies' Full-Size Combinations, in Calico or Longclotli, trimmed with. Torclion Inseition and Edging. At 3/11—Bargain Combs, in strong Calico or .Longcloth, trimmod Embroidery Insertion, edged Lace or edged Embroidery. At 4/6—Combinations, iu Madapolam, daintily trimmed, square or V necks ...
LIGHT HORSE IN CAMP. INTERESTING PROCEEDINGS AT THE RANGE. SEVEN MEN CO[?]RTMARTIALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
LIGHT HORSE IN CAMP. INTERESTING PROCEEDINGS AT ■THE RANGE. SEVEN MEN OOuimiAR-TIAU.iCI). A visit to tho camp of (ho 20th l.l'ht Horse ivniaivnt nt the District Union rifle range at Hamilton does not impress one at first siulit. A visitor who hoped to nee Homctlln; spectacular would be disappointed, but spectacular effect is not aimed at, in the instruction camps proino>to;l isy the Aiihtralina lief; nee Department. In every aspect the camp is p: act leal, and though, in the present case, tliu'ii is not the hanl work attendant up on the gnu'ral bivouac t'.iere is miich for every man to do. l'he cnnM ut Hamilton was called in order u> enable members of the regiment to complete their musketry, and become ellici'.nt soldiers. Vest rdav they ' were busy right throughout the d ly ' fii ins? at the different ranges under tho direction of staff sergeant-majors. > There was no delay in the projiamra ,' and every detail was carried ont 1 with military precision, or a-i nearly | so a...
Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914. ILLEGAL ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914. ILLEGAL ECONOMY. " Where there's a will th-.re's a way." On public weighing machines run on the penny-in-the-slot sjstem it is generally understood that the doutling-up process has been adopted in some instances in order that the original expenditure mav do for a double or treble tally. It seems that ito a certain extent the same tricV. can be put into operation with the eas stove at the local trardens. There are three jets. A small picnic party, after depositing the needful penny, were boiling their kettle yesterday, and were delighted when it began Lo "sine," While waiting for the ulti mate boil they did not take uarticu lar notice, but when the "sinking1 " stopped they found that some >oun sters had surreptitiously' turned on one of the other jets and we.': at tempting to boil a supply ol ivater which they had procured. Efforts to prevent "this usurpation of the "rights" of the picnic party bad to he strictly insistid upon, but this...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
RISE UP EARLY IN THE -FOR— Milters Sale Is In Full Swing. £20)000 worth of Seasonable Goods offered you at less than original cost — A FEW OF THE PLUMS 1—100 Boys' School Coats, Gala tea, were 3/6, now 2'(5 2 — 200 pairs Men's Strong Mole Trousers, worth £>/!), now 2/11 3—Ladies'Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were 1/ and 1/li, now fid each ... - 4—White arid Paris Guipure Lace Peter Pans and Sun shine, Collar?, were 1/11, now 1/ 5—Ladies' Panama Hate, with Corded Silk Ribbon Band Bow at side, 10/6, now G/ll i • '• 6—Ladies' Pan Dan Hats, suit able for seaside wear, ribbon band, 5'11, now 1/11 7—40 inch Satin Chai mouse, nb 2/11 for eveuiug wear, in sky, pink and cream S—Black Satin Charnieuse, 20 . iiicb, reduced to 1/11. yard 0—Ladies' Glace Lacc Shoes, pumps or slrong soles, Derby or Uxford fronts, were 8/1 i, now 7/6 10—Children's Tan or Black G.'ace ! lvid I/jcc Boots, natural foot Jorm shflpe, 7, S, !), were.7/(5, now 6/6: 10, 11, 12, 13, were S/6. low 7/U 11—Heavy Crenin Damask...
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. (Bv Special Wire.) MELBOURNE. Wednesday. Messrs. Goldsbroug'h, Mort and Co. held their first sale of the current year today, c/Tering a good ;.c!(ction ol 4550 bales, including an attractive display of South Austrian, Tas maninn, and Western wools. Good competition was experienced, the tedding being more general than be fore ChrHtiias. The Yorkshire sec tion coming in strongly, eoud wools realised full L.te rat s ; while med ium crossbreds sold in growers' fav our. Western wools sold as under : —Ripponhurst (Mr. H. M. Snr^ood). comeback 13Jd, crossbred 13 jd CUJ /Moore (Mr. G. .Tac'-:son, Dcrrinal lum), 12d ; DM/Violet Cree'c (Mr. U. M'Kemie, Hamilton), 10jd ; PD/ Trident (Mr. P. Dwyer, KtraUulow nie), 12?d ; F/Glencraig- (Mr. G. E. T"is-*, Harrow), 12Jd ; M'Willowmere (Mrs. J. M'Grath, Strath.lowuicl, 12.;d ; Mulaa/MC (Mr. M. M Garthy), 13',d : lYillo.v Swnmp (Me3-rs. M'Cor lsindale Bros.), fleece passe 1, pieces 12d : Bahrallah (Mr. W. Foster, Car terton), 12...
SPORTING NOTES. RAGING. ARARAT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. RAGING. ARARAT RACES. I The Ararat Turf Club will i-old i meeting on February 4, wli.n the lol lowing iiro^ramiiiP, particulars ol | i which are advertised to-day, will lie , ! run oil :—Trial Handicap, of ilO : | 1'ony Race, of X10; Ararat Handi cap, of .IMS ; Pl.ite and l'urse, eai t ; I of .620 : Trot, of £15. Nominations i close with the secretary, Mr. K. | M'tiMjhony, on Saturday, January
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. ,(Uy Special Wire.) MKI.nmjU^K, Wcilnosilav. Messrs. .1 oiln M'WIiao and Co., stock ami nhiu'u brokers, ".Collins House." Collins-Blreoi, Mellioiihii-, n porv- as tollows Melbourne Tnims—Uuyers •II/, sell &lt;n, 14/1 i. sains 41/t.J. AimlRiwated Zinc.—Buyers 27,/71, sellers 28/J. I Nortli Broken.—Buyers 53/!), Hell ers nn/i&i. sales r.:i/n. Hnmpilen.—Buyers 30/10 J, bcIIcis ;;,/. sales .30/10}. I Mount Outliliert.—R.uyers .13/7 ; sellers 14/. Oatlicnrt.—Buyers 3/1, sellers 3/ft. Ontlicarb Central.—Buyers 34/11 ; sellers 3i>/* Ijftngl IjOjwii.--Buyers 34/3, sellers 34/6, sales 34/3, 34/6;' Lrfmgi Logan Nortli.—Buyors 4/10, sellers 5/. Liangi Logan South.—Buyers ll/'i'i. sellers 1G/, sales 15/3. Philippines-Buyers 33/0, s^lUv.-i 31/6, sales 34/.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE O'CONNOR APPEAL. (To the Editor of the "Spectator.") [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE THE O'CONNOR AIPPEAL, iTo the Editor of the " Spectator.'!) • Sir —In connoction with the ap peal on behalf of the son of ... iVV-** James O'Connor, wo wish to prestnt a statement showing how the money subscribed has been disbursed. . The total subscriptions were £112/2/7, and on part of this sum .intsr^st Am ounting to 3/4 was earned, makin the receipts total £112/5/11. : Ihe ex penses incurred an'.ounted. to1. 16/5. | viz., printing lists 8/6, excna'ige ..on cheqjues 3/, stationary, postage, etc., 4/11. The following accounts . were paid"Dr. Mackenzie £86, Vr. Mac kav £2/2/. Nurses AUender and' Fos ter £21, Chas. Og» and •, Co., .Phar macists. £2/2/9. The balance,; 4/9, has been handed to Mr. O'Connor, to help to pay other accounts , amount ins to £7/10/6. Up to the time •■ of the boy's return from the hospital, the total cost to Mr. O'Connor was nearly £160,' and of this sum he has been relieved to the extent ol £111 9/6. Messrs. James Robertson and Daniel...
MR. FITZPATRICK'S TOUR. HIS IMPRESSIONS SET DOWN. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
MR. FITZPATRICK'S TOUR. HIS IMPRESSIONS SET DOWN. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) I MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Mr. Fitzpatrick, chairman of the Railway Commissioners, in a report relative to his travels, states that electrification, particularly for subur ban railways, is becoming increasing ly popular. Ho holds that the de termination to electrify the Mel bourne system is thoroughly justi fiable, and says that Victorian car riages are as comfortable as »re to bo fouml Iti the old world, whilst the best Victorian locomotives ''cmpare favourably with those seen Abroad. He and his colleagues consider the bulk handling of grain is superior to the present methods, but they . do not feel in a position to recommend its adoption at present. They prefer to recommend that before the St a ho embarks on so ccstly a venture a comprehensive report from a thor oughly competent en-ineer, uncon nected with any manufacturing or grain dealing interest, be obtained.
THE ULSTER QUESTION. SPEECH BY MR. BIRRELL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
THE ULSTER QUESTION.' " SPEECH BY MR. BlRRELL. LONDON. WednGsflmr Si easing at Batley Inst night Mr. Birrell, hii-f Secretary for Ireland, s.iid that shallow paled, [c-athor lv-aded people would havi: tihem be lieve that llic Irish question only required a gem-nil election to settle it. Nobody Knew what was the size of the majority jhai, would satisfy their opponents. It was said that Uliiter was to be crushed. If Ulster whs, right, why should she ha crush ed by odd men at an election ?, It was untrue that a single Proteat.mt would be thrust out of the Imporlal constitution. The statement was a mere bogey. Mr. Birrell added Llint the I ihsral party would push the Home Rule lropcsals to the end, but it was v e.'ir ready to consid(r reasonable proposals.
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. MARKETING AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. EVIDENCE IN LONDON, LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. MARKETING AUSTRALIAN PROUUCE. EVIDENCE IN LONDON, I.ONDON. Wodnnmlnv. Giving e.'idtuce before the Domi nions' Commission yesterday, Mi'. I CWl .crt. Anderson, rcpros.nttng the incorporated n.cat importers, com planned ol the multiplicity of brands, which nciv-isit.itcd n delay in sort in; ciircns'is.' l-Io suggested that small consignments should ho grou pe.;. Mr. George Munroiv fruit) mer chant, of C(>vcnt Garden, comhnttcd '.>•10 statement made by Mr. Hume Cook, in Melbourne, on May 2nd, in which he acc;:s:d OoVetifc Garden urctioneirs c[ soiling to tho disad vantage of Australian shippers. Mr. M'.mroo denounced' Mr. Cook's stnte mon'! as preposterous.
THE LITTLE AMBER BOTTLE. A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN THOUSANDS OF HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
THE LITTLE AMBER BOTTLE. ; A FAMILIAR OBJIOCT IN THOUS I AND8 OP HOM138. The Amber Bottle in which Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are packed is probably better known as a famil iar objcct about the home than, any other bottle of a liKe kind. It is not there as an ornament, but l'or prac tical eyery-day use. In the best re gulated families the little ills of life will creep in. Same member of the family circle may occasionally suflei from Biliousness or Indigestion, and one or the othor will from time to time exhibit ths well-known symp toms of Constipation. From tluse little iro.iDlcs more, sorious com plaints arise and should, therefore, not be neglected. The slight head ache, bad breath, and discoloured tongue arc the index to a disordere Stomach, and the necessity of keepin a safe, sure, and reliable remedy the house is apparent. By folio,virg such a course the more expensive me thod of calling in a doctor may be avoided. Be your own doctor, pre scribe Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pill...
PARLIAMENTARIANS FIGHT. "GET ME MY PISTOL." WASHINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914
PARLIAMENTARIANS FIGHT. " GET MB MY PISTOL." WASHINGTON. Tuesday. ■A fight, with bar-.- fists between Re presentative Bin Johnson, of Ken tucky, and Attorney Shields broke up a mt;t n^ of th; Hours committee cn the District of Columbia matters. The quarrel arose over a trifling question. Tlve men struck each othrr s3Vvral blows, and other com mitteemen Separated them, Johnson snouting ft the top of his voice, "Cist irm my p:stol ; I'll drill him." Johnson ran of! for his revolver alter the qi'arrel. The entire com mittee then took to its collective lie; Is. ' When Johnson returned only the ciirVs remained in the building. Johnson th'n attacked them for in t.-rference, but refrained from shoot ing. The qrarrtl resj over the subject of,, increasing pel cemcn's snlari.s. Johnson thtn accused Mr. Shields of "grati.." The latter retorted, and Johnson thin struck'him.'