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MURDER OF INSPECTOR GHQSE. DREADFUL VENGEANCE SHOWN. CALCUTTA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
MURDER OF INSPECTOR 6HQSE. DREADFUL VENUEANIk SHOWN, CALCUTTA. Wednesday. One of the two men arrested in connection with the murder of Folice Inspector Ghose has bren released. He;:was only a drunken fellow, who iiad teen captured by an ovtr-zealous ccnstatle. Evidence ia accumulating that the crime is likely to cause a definite breach between moderates i>nd extremists among the National ises. The moderates hitherto had I Gen suspected of secretly sympathis ing with criminals, perhaps fearing the latter s reprisals. During ln ictor Ghose's cremation Hindu on loosers shouted that the murderer should te burnt alive -with the vic tim. A I recession of Hindu ladies, gt.ing bathing at Ghat, halted at '.he sceue of the murder, and solemn ly cursed the assassin.
STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
STATE PARLIAMENT 1 LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) 1 _ _ MBLUOUHNB. ThurHdii v. In Uic J.cginlaUvi; AhKCmbly to day Mr. Klmsltc u-PcaUd the' state iront made hy Mr. D. Smith, when the now Ministry wus formed', that lie lind received assurances* from Sir A J. Pciicock, Mr. A. A. IIUIhou, ainrt Mr- Tinilll.li that the Labour j /u ty would ho given n fair chance. Mr.' Watt Raid his colkngufts had r.liFolntily' denied Mr. Klmslie'o sta tements. He added that they had cot rol'oi'ntion. Mr. Hannah said Mr. Lliullieu as yurt&lt;l Mr. Klnifilic, in his presence, that Mr. Watt, whom he railed "Hilly." would ;;ivi> every assist nine. V'ersonnllv he would soor.ur cut his nim oft than run away from such a dear end definite statement ns Mr. BsUllteu had made. The mntUr then dropped, and the HoiiFi iiilioiiriml' at 3.HO until Tues day.
SHIP ENGINEER'S DEATH FORMER SYDNEYITE MURDERED. BOLLETS THROUGH BOTH EYES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
SH5P ENGINEER'S DEATH FO;'(fvkl( S/DrtE/ITE MURDERED. BOLLE'TS THROUGH BOTH EYES. LONDON, Wednesday. Tin holly of Thomas Heeks, a na ti e of , Sjdney, a ship's engineer, whs fotiiid in a msusad' pit near Wolverhampton, with n bullet wound in the I'orthtf.id, also bullet wounds in each eye. l!e>ks was fouilh engineer aboard ,the steamer i-'^colia., anili a stranger to Wot* ei-hampton. He had on Saturday a walUt containing a hun dred dollar bill r.u.l other bills, but all r.re now missing. Reeks was soe'a with .mother sr.an in Liverpool on Monday nij?ht, and inquiries •how thiit two respectably dressed riieh 'entrained at Liverpool, arriv ing in Wolverhampton early on Tues day. No tiaco of a revolver could b*s found.
AMERICA'S DEMOCRACY. SEXUAL THEMES CENSURED. PHILADELPHIA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
AMERICA'S DEMOCRACY. SEXUAL THEMES CENSURED. P H11, A0IvL[>H1A, Thursday. AiUlrfs ling n gathering of collego students here Just night, ex-President Taft called a halt to the movement to.vards the so-called purer demo cracy. Nowadays such a mbvemciriti culminated in ridiculous exhibition's, such Art a school children's strike. The newspapers su'mulateii such, thlhgs, nbilo weak-minded parentH rathtr enrouraged their offspring, as if they had displayed courago and en terprise. The ex-president c.-nsur^d sexual lays and literature. The United States was not colttg into Socialism. If nhe was Uiey would only substi tute the tyranny of th.,. lirhjority and a 'lraj-l;v:l r; Lrrgrcssioh for every one.
AMERICA'S GRAZING INTERESTS. KILLED BY AUSTRALIA. DENVER (Colorado), Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
AM ELBA'S GRAZING ' INTERESTS. KILLED BY AUSTRALIA, DENVER (Colorado), Thursday. . Governor Godding, of Idaho, ad dressing the American National Live Stock Association, said the day. of conflict between sheepmen and cattle men in Western America was now past. The Government had commer cialised the crazine lands. This wpr wrong. Australia was able to iay its sheep and 1 eef products down at Eos ton at less price than Americans were able to ship them from the Western rarnrs. Governor Godtline declared that the American producers were entitled to be nlaced on enual terms with Aus tralia. He advocated a radical re duction of the Government's tjra'i charees in view of Australian com petition.
BOWLING. HAMILTON V. STAWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
B WLINO. HAMILTON V. STAWELU The following sixteen' players will reprrsent Hft-rilton in the match npainst Stawcll on tho local rrocn on Monday next, play starting at o'clock shnrp :—Reid. Rippon, Law rence, M'Lruc' ie, Brown, H. month. Walker, Hammond, Melville, Smith, Uren, Row, Saci, Gree>l, J. A. Learmonth, and Bruce. Ativ memb'r unable to play is roiuested to notifv the secretary at *once.
ATHLLTICS MOUNT GAMBIER CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. MOUNT GAMBIBR, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
ATHUTlCS MOUNT GAMBIER CALEDONIAN | SOCIETY. (Prom Our Own CoTespondeot.) MOUNT GAMBIBR. Tuesday. At a meeting cf the fcommittco of the Caledonian Society on Thursday .evening a statement cf the nuances in connection •with the Ne.v Ycar'f Div Catherine wns snbimtto:!. The chief (Mr. J. J. Lawrie) was in the chair. The receipts were :—Gate £L"&lt;5 19/G, reserve £30/17/6, entrios £4'.. boot' s £42 l7/5, rroTramme-i .i'li 1/9, continental £128'4 9 • tot.ul £439. Expenditure :—Sports £291/13/6. con tinental £77/9/6, leaving a nrofit of £69 17/9. Of this sum £37,12/ will he devoted to the upkeep of the park. The proceeds of the l-.cncfit continental to Mr. A. G. Stewart on January 2 amounted to £21/16/6. in cl 'din? specinl donations, and this sum was paid to Mr. Stewart, w'-' was s-riouslv injured on the drain age works at Beacliport some timn It w"s decilpd to call a spscia'' meeting to consider what the co mitt.ee would do in the way of as sisting Piper M'Pherson fo form attr...