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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

j MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. iWira From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Wednesday. i At to-day's market 3295 fat,cattle ■ wire yarded, fc'unprising 600 from . J\ew South Waits, 100 from the ' Keith-Eastern ai.sU'.ct, 500 from | f>il.pslund, 3.0 from South Gippa j land, 5;>0 from the Wi stern district, anil 2C0 from tTje Northern district, ' and consisting Af 2^0!) bullocks and j 1301" coivk. in hiillcc" b good and ' ] rime qualities1 were fmly repre^ent 1 cd, whils the Ui'H o[ the cows con I a.t-ud <,f second and useful grades. ] 'ihe den and was unsteady, and in ' some irs.ances; prices ruled fully 10/ i cr 1 tad lower than last week's, ru ! tja. Qro';ati^ns — t'riroo pens j of brlloc s ' W0/10/ to £11/15/, j extra £12 to £13/7/G, Rood £9 to 1 £10, good li<ht and handy weights [ £<710/ to £8/15/, middling and in ouslily competent enRiseer, uncon £7 to £8/10/, extra £!). to X'iO, sec | ond and interior from £4. j Fat calves.—580 were penned. The d...

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SLIGHT EFFECT ON EXCHANGE. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

SLIGHT EFFECT ON EXCHANGE. NEW YORK. Wednesday. The Stock? Exchange, was only slightly influenced by. President Wil son's anti-trust messa®o to Congress. The message "was temperate in tone.

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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

weather forecast. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. WfMlnnfiilnv. Following is the official forecast i fcr Thursday :— 1 Pine, except for n few showers in ' Rippuiand, with cool south-east windB,

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UNIQUE SCHEME TO ROB. BRAWL WITH WOMAN ACCOMPLICE. BERLIN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

UNIQUE SCHEME TO ROB. DRAWL WITH WOMAN ACCOM PLICE. BERLIN, Wednesday. A remarkable rohlitry was 'com rr.itted in a caJe in this city last, ni ght. A man sUuck a woman ac complice in the face. whereupon two American diamond merchants inter vened. A free fight ensued, during which the woman stole baps contain ing e^ma valued at £10,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

Branxhofmo Carnival and Sports. KEi'RRATlON cmt'NP, A.N.A. DAY, JAN. 26th, 1914. H' OFlSE Rvr.nts and Sparrow - Match. Post. entry. \\r. REST'S PTOTUltKS will be shown a' ill aiil of tho Carnival. OF.O. If. 1'. AliljT.N, l'<i> Sue. M. ATKINSON, Assist. Hon. tec. j Ararat Turf Club. FEBRUARY 4, 1914. TRIAL, (> fnvUrtv^s, JMO. Nomination 10/. 1 ONV RACfi. r> t'mlones, J! 10. 14.2 band* and under, 12yds to inch. Nom. 10 AKAkaT 11 AN DlCAl-, i'lii, about 1 mi..'. Nom. 10/, accept IS'. PLATE and PUKSK, i-auli fij furlongs, each JMO, Nom. 101. accept. r»/. TlfOT, 2 miles, J!15. Nom 1(1/. Nominatio a clo.-n Saturday, January 2+. Weights Thursday, January 20: Seo programme. K. M'GTHIIONY, Socmtsry. Penshurst and District Trot ting Glub. ANNUAL MEETING To Be Held, on SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 191-1. PROGRAMME. 1. —ATAIDEN TROT, a.} miles, of £E. I becond horse to ncclvc .t-1 from stai.o. For nil horsis tli:it have ne'er won a trot. Nom. 6/. 2.—OI'KN' HANDICAP HACK HACK, of i...

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MEDICAL AND MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES. WISCONSIN LAW DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

MEDICAL AND MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, WISCONSIN. LAW DECLARED UN CONSTITUTIONAL. NBW YOKK. Tuesday. Thr. MilwniUcc (Wisconsin) State Imw t rovhling for the issuu of mar riage certificates only to these sho win? a clcTin bill of health has been dcilar. d unconstitutional by a ju.lge sJtting in.the Circuit Court 'at Milwaukee. The decision will be appealed against in Vie Unittid Sta ter Supreme Court. ..

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MARGARINE VERSUS BUTTER. INTERVIEW WITH MINISTER REFUSED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

MARGARINE VERSUS BUtTER. INTKRVIliVr': WITH MINISTER BKFTSEEU i LONDON, Tuesday. H iH understood thai "Mr. •hutili man, President of thj Board of Agri culture. in replying .to tl)e -Australian margarine conference's request lor an interview, said he bad. alroady heard Australia's and New Zealand s and was not di&poHed to re-open the I (iliestioii. i ■'

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A SEA SENSATION. T[?]MULY RESCUE OF SINKING CREW. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

A SEA SENSATION. T.MULY hKriOUE OF SXNKINCx CREW. T.ONDON. TtieBdav. The Ciinarrt hner Lusitania, .homo-, v;mil hound, from, New York,- encoun tered tile hripantine Mayflower. in a sinking ccndition. 1 First- - .Officer. Alexander and a volunteer crew laun ched a lifeboat, but It was impos sible to rcuch the, veiracl. .They threw a line mid holts,, rescuing the crcw I hcotigh the 'risfeing 'sea. ^

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE RAND STRIKE. MINERS STAY OUT. MARTIAL LAW MUST BE REMOVIED. JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

HBUTKR'S TELEGRAMS. THE HMD STRIKE. MINERS StAY dllT. MARTIAL LAW- MUST DM IU*" MOVIOD. . JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday. . i Tom. Matthews,' general secretary of the South African mine workers' union, of which the Transvaal min 1 ers' association is main unit, inter. iewed by Router's rep'esenta ' tivi, srthl with rognr.1 to th- miners' rssjcmt on that there can be no going l:ae'< until ilu1 Government re troves martial in\v ntul allows the men to hold meetings and t-co what are the view/ of the men. ." Seeing th-.t the men have taken „ ballot of o;(r a two thirds' majority in fav our of a strike," he continued, ''We cunnot allow the men to E° hack un . til the drcisirn is . reversed, either Lhrough the Federation or through the agency of the mine workers' union."

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MISS ELLEN TERRY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

MISS CLLEH TERRY. LONDON, Tup.sday. M:ss Ellin Terry is to raaKe n phakcrtpcnrian lrcturn tour of Mik trail n and New Zealand, commencing in Melbourne iu April. m

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TRUST LAW IN AMERICA. IMPORTANT DEPARTURE FORESHADOWED WASHINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

TRUST LAW IN AMERICA. IMPORTANT DEIrVrtME FORE SHADOWtD <VArf FI ri\GTON, TuetKlny. ri\HuUnt Wilson personally read n message to Congress on the subject of trust legislation. Applause gr;e . ted the announcement, that the legis lation would giws power to the In terstate Commerce Commission to regulate tile financial operations ol all Amsriean railroads. . Mr. Wilson declared that no radi cal changes were intended, but penal ties would kc made to (all, not up on the business itsulf, but psrsonalH : on the.nK-ri responsible for Inw-brOak • in^. The business of production, dfi ■clarcd the President, nnipt be sepa rated from the business of transpor tation.

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PARTIAL DEMOBILISATION. PRETORIA, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 22 January 1914

PAKTfAL DBMOBTLISATION'. PRF/TOHTA. TUFSflnv Niglit. ! A proclamation issued to-dny d®" | n'o:)ili.s;s c.rtain of the forces in Na ta! ami on thu Rand on Friday. Two hundred m;n signed on nt Pretoria niilwny workshops lo-day, but (ho m;:nccrs and boiler makers are stilJ .standing put firmly.

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GEELONG WOOL SALES. (By Special Wire.) GEELONG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914

! CfFLONJ WflOL SALES. (By apeciul Wire.) GEELONG, Thuisdny. | I>Mgety and Lo. Ltd., lieeiong, ! it.oit.—The nrst sale of the new | year wit! held at this centre to-day, I whir. s.-Uing brokers brought for ward a total cf 12,000 bales. We of I fired n :arge and representative ca talogue of oi>?4 bales, and sold (in I eli ding private sales since last sale) | 3.1/ bales. The selection submitted was drawn from the Western, Wim I mo. n, ..lid Mnllce districts of this . Stale. There was a full attendance | i.l the trade, competition wan most 1 animated, and results- nuis't prove sa t s a lory to growers. The hulk of I the wool off-red sold in sellers' fav our a.s (cmiared with December ra t s, with the result that nearly cv , try lot w.is sold utukr the hammer. ; The top price to-dny was secured for the final consignment of the MofTatt/ H.rrambool Irand, S baks of super rra in; 14{d. 'i he lambs' wool of I.i.htwjod I'trlt/C U/Carnghatii also made 11; d. i Strachnn, M::rrav, and Sh...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES The Australian Mercantile Land) aud finance Company Limited re Port :—Alttr an interval of 'our wee s the s<cond series of sales was cptned in Melbourne on Monday. 19th inst. We offered ov.r !\rst catalogue to-aay, Tuesday, the 20th, when we Irought forward an attractive cata logue of 40£9 bales. The attendance of buyers wes a^ain a very large one, and competition was keen aud gene ral throughout the sale. Fine wools commanded most attention, prices for these descriptions being very l.rm and ruling in tollers' favour. Other merino wool showed no change from Dicemfer rates. Mtdiitn and coarse crossbreds may bi. quot3d a tuade dearer, but fine cicBshreds and comsbacks showed no change, with strong competition. La jibs' wool whcii short or faulty met with only fair competition, but vhju of good length and free sold at just about December parity. Merino eo!d to 13jd for L in diamond/Rose dale, f.'om Tasmania ; 13d for Laudle /McC Bros., from Lake Mundi ; ...

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LOND0N WOOL SALES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914

L1ND0N WOOL SALES. .LONDON, Y?c1ncst\a.y, Thr Wool market is firm, tteic be ing etren» crrnptti ion for all sorts.

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SPINELESS CACTUS PEST. AMERICAN CONSIGNMENT SEIZED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914

I SPINELESS CACTUS PEST. I a : AMERICAN CONSIGNMENT SKIZ1CD. (Wire From Our Correoponlsiit.) MKIjDOUHNE. Tlnirs.lay. Tho cipt.mis o.'.iotrs lit Kochtstcr s.i i .l u conKtii'ninviit of spinoKss cac tus 11.tilts, which hud been brought to .M:stffilia ly mi Amrricnn land i sec cr (rem (al.formu. I

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"MONEY SPENT LAVISHLY." LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914

" MONEY SPENT LAVISHLY." LONDON, Thursday. The " Dailv Chronicle " says it Is undeniable thiit the navy estimates have created a difficult financial pro blem. Mr. Ohurohlll spent money in lavish profusion, and the actual ex penditure exceeds.la&t year's provi sion by nearly £4,000,000.

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AMERICAN TOBACCO TRUST. DISCOVERIES IN DRESDEN. BERLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914

AMERICAN TOBACCO TRUST. DISCOVERIES IN DRESDEN. BERLIN, Thursday. The police raided the premises of imny tobyco firtrs in Dresden yes terday. They claim to have dis covered evilcnce of tho extersive r-imncations cf the American To bacco Trust.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. CABINET DIVISIONS. NAVY STANDARD DISCUSSED. MR. ASQUITH MAY FAVOUR MR. CHURCHILL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914

IircUTRIt'S TRLRCrRAMS. : CABINET UiVISIONS. 1 NAVY STANDARD DISCUSSED. . .All!. AS'qUfTR MAY KAVOUU MH. ^ ClllTHC HII,L. LONDON. Wednesday. ' I Tli.re is .keen controversy i'< Kiirit . in< to-morrow's mivtiiiE ot the Oa ■ hinet, r.ntl it. is rxprrtcd that. Mr, As.iuith »vi|i decide in Mr. Ohm-chill's favour. The key of tile problem ia "Mit rrl-.itlon of tin- Dominions' war J sli ps to tile Hritish standard, par ( tieularly tlie New Zealand and tlio' Canadian. Tilt-; "Daily Chronicle" considers it was a fa!.->v step to accelerate ''lie r( nstruction of three vessels to re 1 la'c tlie Canadian srimulrbn, whicli, with the clearing away of arrears of )>i iliHnp construction, has swollen tli: yuur's expenditure by an extra '.,5011,000. While the. 'llaily Chronicle" does • r.ot question tl(e wisdom of laying do vii four Dreadnoughts in thj com in-; year tlie " llaily News" nrccs tli.-it there should lis only two.

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FRENCH HOUSING SCHEME. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914

FRENCH HOUSING SCHEME. •PARIS, Thursday. The municipal council hay adopted a scbem; to expend £3,000,000 on tlic h.Utf.nj of f0,M0 wrr'ton of Paris.

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