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ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. The sub-committee appointed to consider a programme for the St. Fatrick's Day sports to 'he heltl on Rc.lr.rdav, March 14, met on Wednes day nig'ht and agreed upon a com prnbensive programme, which will cc llj-'se anything, hitherto held in this cenhection. It will include' pedestrian events, piping and dancing, miscellan eous sports, isheaf tossing, etc.. and a hand contest. The bands likely to compete are now being written to for suggestions. The amount of the rri?e money has not been, definitely allocated, "but it will be >on a scale exceeding 'the liberality of previous years. The day's proceedings will ccncludc with an1 Irish national con cert, at which the best talent- obtain able will engaged. The absence of thes-'O sports Inst year causod a good deal of disappointment. The com mittee this year will make amends by snlmitting an especially attractlvo .programme, which will provide for alf classes of .athletic enjoyment and friendly rivalry.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. FINE COMMENCEMENT BY HOME TEAM. THREE WICKETS FOR 430. MACARTNEY, 184 NOT OUT. KELLEWAY, 138. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. j NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA, FIXR ( OAUIUNCKMRNT BY IIOMK TEAM. TMKl'IK WICKISTS FOR 130. 51ACAHTNKY. ISt NOT OUT. KKLLI3WAY, 138. (IUutcr'e Telegram.) SYDNEY, Friday. The interstate match between Vic tor.a and Ne„ Kunui VuiIcj wus com nunccil on the Sydney crickc-t ground Io-dav in iiuc weather. The d uice w..s only small. A uood wicket hud licen prepared, and Trumper, cap tain of the home tejm, who wen tho toss, decided to send Victoria into the field, t.'ollins nnd KelUway op ened for New South Wales, and had scored considerably oyer the century Ik fore a separation was effected. Macai'lncy joined Ktlleway, an.l the pair ca\e the l.owlers a djal of trouble, v defying all efforts to hrea'; the partnership until Kelleway li :d doubled the score standim: to h-Iw credit when he lost Collins. Mucart !i y scored at a fast rate, he an 1 Kelleway monopolising the wlskfits for the greater part of the afternoon. On the dismissal of the latter, IJard sley joined Macart...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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HEALTH ACT PROSECUTION DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

HEALTH ACT PROSECUTION DIS MISSED. i Before Mr. E. Williams, P.M., sil ting in the Court of Petty Stissiciu; at Coleraine, an interesting cliurgs was h.ard yesterday. An informa tion was laid against a cordial ma nufacturer for Billing to .T. CI. M'Le ah, health inspector for the Wr.nron shire, a bott'm of lime juic? contain irg a greater quantity of salicylic a'id than is permitted by ' lia l'egula tior.6. Mr. G. A. SUves*ir appear ed for the' informant, and defendants were represented bv Mr. S. I. Silber fcc.rg. The case for the jros^'cution was that ttis Inspector purchased a bottia of lime juice at one of t.h, hotelii in Oolerainc, and after an enalysis it was shown to contain 5.2 grains of salicylic acid to tlw pint —the quantity allowed 1 sing two r rains. Several technical objec tions were- taken to the information, and one of the defendants gave evi dence that when the lime juice was manufactured it only contained the amount permitted under ths regula tions. After listening ...

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LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

LEITCH PICTURES. The list of tllms to be scrcam'il l>y Leitch Picturos In the town nali to night is long and varied. Tlu star picture will lie " Widow jvTaloii"y'.~, Faith," a two reel fe.iture liy the Domino Company. A two-reei com:-, dy i y 111© Keystone Company 'V^nzu," is a laugh from start to fmisY "Kiss of Hetribution" and "DvhcoU ! Samaritan,'' both .by the Vit'.isr.ii h Company, are two really eooil one reel subjects. Other pictures to be shown are :—" Gauntlets of Wa.-.liiiv ton" (Edison), "Lieutenant ,/oiirn" (Sells), "Laundress and Tjacly ' i K» lem), "Where's the Baby" (A.K.I., "Italian Beauty .Spots" (scenic), and "Pathe's English Gazette" (to pical). Leitch Pictures will also show, with a complete chance of programme, In the town hall on Monday night, ami the stnr attrac tion will be "Sherlock Holmes and the Speckled Band," a two-reel din ma by the Edison .Company, and 11 comnlete list of other suHjects s-olec tert from the best manufacturers.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE AT HAM LTON. SPLENDID PRICES REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

SPECIAL SHEEP SALE AT HAM LTON. S/'LENDIE) PRICES liKALISED. con^T?-' Jolln Penton aIKi Co., in conjunction with Messrs. p. Lear month and Co., conducted a highly successful special sale of sheep at the Hamilton corporation yards on J htirsday Inst, when they yards 1 ahoH. b3on crossbrcd, comeback and i merino sbcep, to a very good atten dance, coml!rising buyers from Lake Hciac, Ceelong, Lismore, Pupanyup, hoi sham, Casterton, Glenthompson, 1 and a very full muster of locul men. T he market opened very well and coir.i,ct.'t:ori was _ evenly sustained right through the ralft, practically ■ali the los .boing sold either .under the hammer -or immediately after wards, at prices in advance of the l.'ito ruling rat'.s. The majority of the sheep sold went to the Lismo"e Jlistrict, ar,<l a good number bo the Wih mora and Glenthompson. The yardin-i; inchrded some good lines of criissl red lami.s and 2-tooths, full mouthed crtssbiod owes, with a fair nimiher of young merino ewps a...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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CHRIST CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

r.HRIST CHURCH SRl'lVU'KS. Th« ltev. Newport White, of llolv ! Trinity, Hast Melbourne, will m !■...■ preacher at both services at ('.lii-lut Church to-morrow. The reverend p?ii-, tleimui has a reputation ns a lliic.it | and earncsy preacher. The nr.; vicc.i j will he fully choral. At the moiiim service the choir will sine SuUivunY anthem, " I will sine of Thy Power,'' the tenor solo kilns: taken by Mr. R. Knapp. At the evening acrcicB the anthem. "Hark. Hark, My Sou)" (Shelley)', will 1>o sung, the jc,,o parts being sung by Misses Sun* and Minnio Sloan. An offertory i-olo, "The i/ost Chord," will-be by Mr. J. Burgess. Miss Browtllcv will preside at the organ, and, ns alio bar. resigned her position as or,;nni it, this will be her last Sunday. The oflice of Holv Communion will ba celebrated at the S o'clock service.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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BALMORAL. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

BALMORAL.' (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. ,in %r?aa youngest daugUter of Mr. ZJ-^l*«*£ ° c course. Miss Plumlo was,tl'® & ■rained distinctions in pUyslcs, Fren U. at St. *£. lie Rev. W. J. Fowney. __

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

SPECTAIj . SHEEP SALE. An importnpt special, sale of shtep | will be conducted by Mfiasrs. T., H. Laidlaw and Co. and Messrs. Ypung Bros, at the Hamilton corporation yards ■ nuxt'.Thursday/'. 29tU /'inst., when over li.OOO crossbred' and me rino i.beap will be brought under the hammer. Tho offering -will comprise nbo-'t 5000 snlcndid crossbred and\ merino wethers, suitable for . fatten ing, al-o'ii -4000 2-tootb croHSbri In, mixed scs-s,' mostly band shorn, the lalanca. iioine f.wea in lamb to T.in-1 coins, and erosabred lambB. The bulk of thesa sheep are beinc sent In dl rect from the breeders tint! district j graders, and the yarding will com prise oiw of the best Been Iccnlly for some time, so that buyer.". should not , miss this opportunity. Tho sn-lo will stmt at 1.30 sharp, and full parti culars are advertised in another co lumn.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SPECIAL SALE AT GOLERAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

! SPECIAL SALE AT GOLERAINE. Messrs. Dalgcty ami Go. anil Mes srs. Young Bros., In conjunction, re port having hold a successful snio at their Coleraine yards on Wednesday last, when they yarded 1100 sheep and about ISO litacl of cattle. There was a large attendance oi Luycra present from Oasterton, Jrndali, Mortlake, Ohetwynd and tlw aur iounding ciatrict, and competition for all sheep and cat.le was exceptionally teen. The biddings opened freely, ati.l continued Uirougliout tiio' sale, the result beingi that the whole of the yarding, with tile excep tion of one lot o[ sheep and a small pen of cattle, were sold under tne hammer. We sold 120 cattle and 1000 sheep for tlio following -—Air. T. J. Hourigan, 24 lat crossorod ewts at 13/9 ; Mr. B. Voarse, Coiernine, 23 crossbred lam'bs at 9,4 ; Mrs. M. Ryan (Jolerame, 1 fat ewe lti/G, 1 fat lamb ut 12/ ; Mr. J. Shine, Uoie raine, 183 4 and G tooth merino ewoB at 9/10, &7 2 tooth merino ewes and wethers, small, at 8/2, and 6'f do ...

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ANGLERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

ANGLERS' PICNIC. Th" annual' Foundation,, flay p(cnic of the anting, sooiety will be hel<l at " "file Ruins," Cavendish,^on .34on dav next, when .. tJie ,"* anniversary competition will b$ cpB'dm;ted. Drags will leave_ Dolman's stables at 7 a.m., and wor,d° shoufd, bp.Wtt with hit. G.' Crean before one 'o'clock to-day by those who Inteitd to rrtake the trip.

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HAMILTON METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

I HAMILTON METHODIST SUNDAY I SCHOOL. The official, opening of the new | school ihall will, be performed fcv tho superintendent of tho, school, Mr. J. bcarle it, ^to-morrow afternoon, lit 3 o'clock. The-public are cordially in vited to bo .present. The Hon. W. H. Edgar will occupy the,, pulpit morn ing and eviriing at the Me.thodist church, the surplus collections at which Mwi.ll go towards thf debt on the school' hpll. On Monday eveninr ft tea, nrjpeting .will b« held.'being ar ranged ; for 0.38. Me. Edgar will eive a lecture the same erenin» in the new school hall, - -the -.title of which is , ''The trials ot tile out bacKcr." Thg admission is fre^ to the lecture, fiut'.'.a collection will bo taken up towards the school debt.

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BROUGHT TO BAY [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

BROUGHT TO BAT Are » those enemies of civilisation. Indigestion end Dyspepsia, when l'r. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are em ployed. 1/ti and 2/6 per tin. Obtain able everywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

iSSILlfll Suffered Intense Misery, Itched Terribly. Bled When Scratched, i' Used Two Tins of Cuticura Oint 5- ment. Hands Weil. Ocean View, Lileunda, Vie.—"Cuticura Ointment lias cured my hand.-; after suffer ing intensn misery for several jvars. Abo.it Olavtui years ;^;o litt»«i n-1 spats appeared on hu'h hands which itched so tvr >rtMy that T would rub tiiofti with the scissors till tliiv skin ca-no off. They gtow worse, swelled mi-l {•racked, causing great pain, which however was not so bad as tho irrita tion. I havo waked in tho morning to find my hands bleeding whero I had scratched them while asleep. After bring like this for about Ihreo years my hands gradually got better, but never well. "A gentleman who had suffered from weeping eczema and who had tried every thing cured himself with tho Cuticura -Remedies, • I!o persuaded me to try tho Cuticura Ointment, which I did. I us^l two tins of tiie Cuticur:; ointment a:i directed, and my, hands arc wWl, the skin sound, smooth a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

T.HAAIDLp&ift., AUCTIONEERS. STOCK; STATION, AND GENERAL, COMMISSION AGENTS;' VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch OfHcra at Horsham, Warcack auboal, Rainbow, Jsparit, Nhill, I Coleraine, Wlllaura. j 'Also at 437 Collins-si., Melbourne. j SALES of Fat and 8tore Bhwp «nd Cattle condueted In the Corporation Yards, Hamilton, ovory Friday. Fortnlg-htiv Snlas held at Uacarthur and Coleraine. Auction iiiil Private Sains of Land and Stock conducted In any part ol l.he Stats. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates ol latere rt. ^ 'AGENTS FOR—. Dalgety & Co., Woolbrokers, Qltlong and Melbourne. THE I. O. A. (Th» Insurance Office ol Australia, Ltd.) FJre Accident Llva Stock. _ Wake Your Will— .'Ani Provide for the Future t>j Means ol J THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—19-31 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. Claims Guarantee Fund, £10,0M. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, Esq. (Chairman), Colin Temple tea, Esq., Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

'$ SALE SPECIALS Double Bed Heavy White Twill Sneetlng, worth 1/2 yd. ... NOW Long Brown Striped Roller Towe's. usual price 1/- ... For tho SALE "id. 6d. "Whilo Calico Undcrskirtn, Muelin Frill and Torchon Luoo 111 Gvoy Ttti od Skirts, Panol Hack, under coat lit 4/11 Nutao Aprons, full bib, 3 Goro SWiit ... )l Dark l'rlut or Zoiiliyr Aprons, wath '' we" ... v ... - 81-1 Jack Tar Straw Untu, White or Navy Minding, Silk Cord ... 1/3 Girls' Stylish lT.its, trimmed Flowers and Ribbon ... 7/6 Ladies' Straw Hats, trimiir.nl Ribbon, Tullo, Flowers aid Mount 8 6 Children* a Cvops DroaaoB, trimmed, pocfcot and Belt l/ll Ladies' One-piece DresEOs, in Ciopo, Ciimbrio or Delaine 511 Wliito 51 jaliu Blouses, Embroidery i''ront, turned down collar 211 Embroidery White Dresner, Bodico ^inibhud Lnoe and lnsort || 9 Good Calico ICnicltors, full sizo, frill trimmed ... I | Longclotli CombinitionB, full sizo, trim med Torohon Lace ••• 2/11 Embroidered Blouse Lengths in Creme Voile , Boys' Crash Sailor...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

[ HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Auctioneers.—Messrs. T. H. Ivftld law and (Jo., MesBis. John Fenton and Co., Messrs. Young Bros., Messrs. T. Leurmnnt!) und Co., Messrs. J. G. .Stewuia and Co., Messrs. Dalgety nnd Co., Mr. Alfred Tatlucli. Fat shoin.-—We report a vardine of 2r,0 rood to prime ewes ami withers including'0 lamia. There svns a fair attendance of the trade, with n '•ood competition throughout, late rates being fully maintained, all ex cept two or three lots being' sol.l un der the hummer as follows :—Cross bred wethers, lc/8 to 17/ ; do., smaller, 15/8 to 15/9, and uood 15-3 with mixed ewes and wethers 14'3 to 15/I ; do., ewes, prLue, 15/ to 15/10 ; odd, extra, 17/j : do., gO">d. 12' to 13 f> ; o.hers, '10 '3 ; odd Lincoln wethers, 20/ ; do., ewc3, 14/3 corr.e'bae'c owis nnd wethers, mixed, 12/1 : do., ewes, 11/ to 11 3 ; merino wethers, t rime, 15/8 ; <lo., medium, 10/1 to 10/ii ; do., r.wes, good, 10/c j I to 12/ ■ crossbred l;mbs, piLme, 13/11 to I I. 0; do....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

Austldnsop,, Sttt* ftiid station 4gatlt. tSWOHN V I,() A Tort, GRA V-STHKIST, HAM I LTChY, Sales ^onclHctc" Corporation lauia Uvcry Friday. sTA.N'I)TNO 0!t°PS AN'l) IUY S> 1 1N81/HKD. Firo Co.'er Issued Immediately on -"PJ'licutiOH. AGEN'T PoR " tip; A M Poll"f ».• 'O the Knii of v> r-J "'Uci|,|,t9 in the Full Y«ar « Bonus. Full 1'HrMculars^cm Application. Money, To lond on broad acres from 4! per cont., and r„Hn m,„0rtl„. ,u lowest current r,m„. Kull particular. od application. MS. J. L hwmii, S.O.5., SuretciAto. iwucnnmo,, HAS rtBUinwl I'rnctloe at nil r» miltacu, uosi uour t.o State School, Gray-dtrout, Hamilton. At UndanCuB dally. All couaultationt fret. MR-,'- MAWSON, Dentist, 1»/ nna l'Jy Mouraiiool-strfcet. i Goelonp, visits Hatuiltou (at Mr. K, O. Hughes , Ciray-BtrtMit), anil district every montn. Hamilton. Friday and Saturday, Jan. 23 ami 2-1. CavendiBh. Monday, Jan. 2G. Balmoral, Tuesday, Jiin. 2;.' Harrow, Wodnesdav, Jan. 23. Bdenliope, Thursday, Jan. 2!1. t Apslsy...

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HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

H AMTT.TDN-PnRTT.AND 1/TNE. Uowii. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 10.20 a.m.. Branx holuMf.ll.12, Condah 11.3'J, Myumyn J l.ti2, Milltown 12.4, Heywood 12.2ti p.m., arrives Portland l.C|. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday (Mixed.) Leaves Hamilton 4.55 p.m., Brans fiolnw- 5.48, Coisdah 6.11, Myamyn b.24, MiilLown 6.37, Heywcod 7.2, arrivc-e Portland 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mbtocll. . Leaves Hamilton 6.S, Branx hdline 'G.52, Condah 7.18, Myamyn 7.11, ftlilltown 7.43, Heywood 8.8 arrives Portland- 8.55., Dp. T)aily~ (Mixed).. Leaves Portland 9.0 a.m., Hey wood if.53, Miltown 10.20, Myaiuyu 10.28, Condah ., -10.50, Branxholm 11.25. arrives Hamilton 12.0. Monday; Wednesday, Thursday, anl Saturday (Mixed). I/eaves Portland 2.55 p.m., Heywoo 3.50, Milltown, 4.15, Myamyn 4i27, Condah 4.4C, Branxliolme, 5.53, ar rives Hamilton 6.8. ■

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RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON LINE. (Down). Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

RAILWAYS TIME. TABLE AHA KAT-HA MILTON LINE. ' (Sowbj. - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. (Mixed); Leaves Ararat 7.15 a.m., Maroona 7.iot Wiliaura 8.12, Gienthouipaoii S.4i, Duurfeld 9 16, arrives Hamilton •j.uS. - ' ; Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Ba , tuiday. (PasaViiger Only).' : Leaves Ararat). 2.10 p.m., Maroona 2.tu, WUliiitia.;a;i, Ulentli'ouipbon 3.oi»,' | DUuai-id ii.di, arrives Hammon i.isb. • 'jLUasday aid Friday uVli.tcd.). Lea v 6s 'Ararat.' 2.10 p.m., Maroona 2.-iif, Willaura 3.14, Ulenthompsuu o.oo, JJunsdd 4.31, arrives Hamilton 5.It. ' ( ■ i v: ' Monday, ^Tuasday, and Friday. "* ■ Leaves Ararat llj.25;p.m., Maroona 10.az, WUlaufa^ll.ioi -Oientliompsoa 1l.iV JJuiiiield' Sa.1'2, ■'• arrives Hauiil tou 12.57 a.ui/.on- 'iiicsday, Wednes day, und autuiiasy mornings. ' ' ' J UP. Dail^ (Mixed). Lsuves Hamilton J.2,2b p.m., Duu keia i.e, Uleutiiumpson 1.30, Wil laura '.2.0, luarooua, 2.40, arrives Ararat 3.20. Daily, (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.28 p.m., Dun keld 7.13, Ulent...

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