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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. MARINE ENGINEER MURDERED. THE FATE OF REEKS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

——c—Brwcuwi''nmiuiiij.njmii REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. MARINE ENGINEER MUR DERED. I Tile Fa7 £ OF KtfcKS. LONDON, TliursJny. At tlu iiuii.Cot on L'.u ]!Kn\.ert.d e.v-syuiiey engineer JltvnS, Ti:oma^ J*eut, an uncle, iiltiiitilio-tl the body. He stated '.Uiit dcteas.-u run lie.t l'/ii glaud t'» Saturday 110111 Halifax, .-.ova Scotia, inteiulinj; to obtain n Untish marine iiigiticcr s cerUncate before rLvurniii^ to Syduty. Keess s. ei.t iiiitia'ihi.v with him at Swin ton, near Jianchester, and returned to a Liverpool lioul in the evening. Tiic jury inspected the scene where ti'ae tody was found in a ditch sur rc. lulini; a pit, 111 which was a shaft 2i>0 feet divi'. piotected by a high wall. If dtccasrd had committed suicide it is surnrsul he must have s.n on the wall, anticipating a fall iti'i i the shaft. The evidence, how e\or, shows th.'s to have been highly imi rol alile. His hat was" not found", and the wounds do not show* any | signs of burnt rowdcr. The pit is teinj srarohtd for a...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MAN'S BEER TAMPERED WITH [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

MAN'S BEER TAMPBRET) WTTT-r At the Coleraine police court yes terday, before Mr. Williams, the police proceeded against a young man named James Jamieson for un lawfully assaulting a man named Al bert Taylor. According to th« evi dence given by Taylor ami the pol ice, Taylor entered the Criterion hotel, Coferaine, on Christmas Day and ordered a pint of beer whicji he paid for and drank a portion of. The JciHrdant. .was.there also, and, it was alleged, put some offensive mat-' ter into the ibeer. Taylor then.walkj ed out to the street, leaving! the liquid. He was followed, by defend ant, who carried the beer and tried to induce Taylor to drink jt. He re fused to do so, and Jamieson then threw the remainder of the contents over bim. Taylor then left, and was folk wed by jamieson, who again in-1 tereferred with him on. the road, j Jamieson, who was present in court, plca'dei1 guilty, and was fined 40/ or seven d#ysr with 6/ costs.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SUSPECT TRACED. WIRELESS AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

A .SUSPECT TRACED. WIRELESS AT WORK. The Nor* h-Wfstem Hallway Com pany s booking clerk at \V0leer h mr,tcn st.itts tl'at on Tuesday ni a man presented a vouchor and hoo'rcd a i aspatc 011 the -A 11 r»n liner Gr-imrian. H\s rarre, manner, and d s ription tally with Kccks's coni ivuiion. Ti.e Grampian sailed 011 Wednrslny, and it is d'.ie ft Ft. • 'c.hn?. Vrwfii'ii Mm'i, on 30th inst., and a w'reltss mtssa^e hns hocn des patched to «r tn{n him.

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HAMILTON POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

HAMILTON POT/rCIR COKilT. Messrs. F. Uren and J. Ahearn, J's.P., occupied the bench . ut the police court yesterday, when James Black was charged with being drunk and disorderly iii. Lonsdale-strcet on the. previous night, and also with using vbscen'e language. Ths accussd pleaded guilty to both charges. Con st-able- Lawton stated that about ■11.40 o'clock' his attention wna iirawri by a noise in a right-of-way near the Hamilton Inn. Proceeding to in.723 tigatethe cause, he discovered thj accused, another man, and two wo men drinking beer. He ■was about to bring the whole four of them to thj lock-up when the accused advised tb3 others not to go.- He thereupon made sure of Black, and the others got away. The accused called out at the top of his voice, and used very abu sive and obscene language. Black asked the bench to overlook,.' Uii of fences this time, . and he would .i.r and behave' better in future. Con stable . Harrington Baid there had been a number of convictions against acc...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUSPECT DENIES GUILT. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

SUSPECT DENIES GUILT. LONDON. Vriilav. Th= cipta-n of the Allan liner I "rpm^inn has sent a raply by win*- I less lhat the suspected emigrant on ■ bonrd denies all frnowled e of itceks. » The cantain p.dls that a mistake hfisj nidently been made.

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THE SHOREDITCH TRAGEDY. SENSATIONAL ALLEGATIONS. THE FATHER ACCUSED OF THE MURDER. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

THE 8HQBEQJTCH TBASEOY. SENSATIONAL fclLEKATiONS. the father accused cf thic MGRDEK. london. tlinro,i„„ A esir.Bition was caustd at the in-i c^uist on the body . of the j boy Starehfkid, which was • found in a train. A woman posi- ' tiely iilcnUtied the l.oj-'s father ay th3 nan who w?s s«cri leading the boy by the hand near t amdentown ist .tion. 'I'll - father interjected, " Its a lie." I A signalman gave evidence that he Eaw a man kneeling ovtr a child in a - train 011 ihe a t rnocn when 'tfee m rder was commit" fed. ; An enginedriver stated that he saw a man apparen.ly tying a parcel in. the compartmeht where the body was ; found. I The mrdiral evidence showed that 1 the child was' probably strangled whil? in a kneeling position. j Several witnesses stated that the father v;as in bed r.t his lodging j on the afternoon of the murder, but : Ui"v conflicted concerning details. Tha innuest was adio;;rned to s.? cure fvrthsr tvidsncj regarding the : father's raov.menti,. I

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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LATE LORD STRATHCONA. TO BE BURIED AT HIGHGATE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

LATE LORD STRATHCONA. 10 BE BURIED AT HIGHGATE. TjONDON, Thursday. • Owing to Lord Stratheona's dtfiir-. that h€ should lie buried at High Bate, with his wife, the members of he family have declined the sugges tion of the Government and the Dtan of Westminster that be should he b-iried in Westminster Abtcy. A me morial scrvieu will he held in the Abbey nn Monday.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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STRIKING CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

STRIKING DAMP. The mpsketry instruction. camp , oi, Australian Hofse, under the command of Lieutenant Woodbury, whicti has been under canvas at tui) rifle ranges since Tuesday last, camo to a conclusion yesterday, the men expressing the highest gratiixauo i at the manner in which they were treated. Both officers .and men hail a strenuous time, the work, carried out entailing the undivided attention o[ all ranks. The range practiced were concluded on Thursday evening, an.l yesterday morning beforo bronkfiist nil ranks were pnt through the test of judging distances. In the i mi ire practices the collectivc field o>crciscs were included, and were carried out under troop leaders during the morn ing. The preliminary course of in struction in musketry was satisfac torily completed. The following were the scores in the standard, tesfs, taibles A and B Tabjo A (recruits) —Private/ C. Dunbar, 69 ; Pto. Fitz gerald, CS Pts. A. F. Hanl jy, tiG. Tabic B (trained men)—Strgcant Francis, SI ; P...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON WOOL SALES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

LONDON WOOL SALES. r.ANnON. Thursday. At th.i v.ool sabs to-day there was active competition by Home and Con. tincntil buyers. All prices wore fully maiiitainBd.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Items of News. FIRE NEAR PENSHURST ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

Stems of Bctos. , FIRI4 NEAR PENSH0R3T ROAD. A grass Are occurred yesterday af ternoon near ,Mr. Keen's residence otf the Penehurst road, and 'but for the valuable work put in by residents in th'j vicinity, amongst whom were a number of ladies (who did splendid Kcrvice as "'beaters), a serious con flagration might have been recorded. The cause of the Are was the use of nih..ches by some boys who had been bf.tltfng in the creek, the point at which the outbreak started, all of whom with the exception of ene ran away when the flames arose. Con stables Woodbriiige and Lawton af tei wards made inquiries and elicited the facts. A similar happening has occurred before, presumably from the same cause, and lately another fire (which bad® fair,-to occasion con siderable damage), also believed to have 'originated in the same way, happened near Mr. M'Arthur's, in proximity to the hospital, where Komi; haystacks were in danger. Yes terday's fire, besides burning a quan tity of grass, IbUrnt up t...

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RUSSIA AND SWEDEN. RELATIONS VERY STRAINED. STOCKHOLM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

RUSSIA AND SWEDEN. RELATIONS very strained. STOCKHOLM, Thursday. Swedish few si apcrs violently at tack Russia, alleging ^ . pacing military measures in Fmlam • r- prelude to a war ac^'sl Sweden.

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MINHAMITE SHIRE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

M1NHAMITB SHIRE MEETINGS. i The opinion of the shire solicitor has, been obtained,in reference to the legality of the action of the .V.ir.ii., ■ mite Shire Council in. deciding the meotir-" should be held conr.n i j ously at Hawkesdale. It is to tb; I effect, that Cr. Drew was cor.rcr. in I objecting , to the motion standing I Further legal opinion was obtained from Melbourne, which is to ire • same effect. The meetings will, Lhert>' 1 fore, te held at Macarthur for 1Mb rest of this year, the next minst'iiR takiDR place in February.

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ASIATICS IN CANADA. PROPOSED EXCLUSION BY LAW OTTAWA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

ASIATICS IH CANADA. PROPOSED EXCLUSION BY LAW OTTAWA, Thursday. The Go" eminent is negotiating wi tli Downinm-street rccarilino: the pro pos-<d Asiatic Bsclueion Bill.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

PERSONAL. 1 Constable E. Horn, who was re cently: transferred to Warwi.r.bqo1,, has been re-transferred : to A>arnt, where complaints have recently toon made that the force is short-tiumled Constable Horn was in Hamilton yes terday, and departed for. his new sphere of duty by the evening irain. —Dr. Laifljaw is undertateins ;- lour through Tasmania, and will t:e ab sent. in consequence from H.imilton for several weeks. During.his a':hi!:i(c his professional duties will ho car ried out by Dr. E.: N. Scott.

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

RISE UP EARLY III til MORNING -FOB Millers Sale Is In Full Swing. £20,000 worth of Seasonable Goods offered you at less than original cost A FEW OF THE PLUNl^ is_100 Boys' Scliool Co its, Onla tea, were 3/(5, now 2/G 2—200 pairs Men s Strong Mole Trousers, worth 5/9, now 2/11 3—Ladies' Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were 1/ and 1/6, now 6d each EJfi.il . ' J 4——White and Paris . Guipiiie Lace Peter Pans anil Sun shine Collars, were 1/11, now II 5—Ladtes' Panama Hats, with Corded Silk Ribbon Band Bow at side, 10/6, now 6/11 6—Ladies' 'Pan Pan Hats, suit able for seaside wear, ribbon band, 5'11, Sow 1/11 7—-10 inch Salin Chavmeusfe, at 2/11 for evening wear, in sky, pink and cream ,S—Black Satin Oharmeuse, 20 inch, reduced to 1/11 yard fl—Ladies' Glace Late Shoes, pnmps or strong soles,Derby or Oxford fronts, were 8/11, now 7/(i 10—Children's Tarl or Black Glace Kid Lace JBoots, natural fo'ot iorm shape, 7, 8, 0, were 7/(!, now 6/6: 10, 11, 12, 13, were | 8/6. tow 7/t» 11—Heavy Creurn Dam...

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

A bracing, tonic bsveru^a. USE Silver .Star v Starch THE BEST IN THE WORLD Insist on sBBmBOBBBaBan EXCEPTIONAL and DECISIVE REDUCTIONS* ' I'/,. 1 I LOOK AT THE PRICES ! Children's h i Underwear For the . - Present Season ' :f • Our Large and Varied Stock represents a distinct advantage to those desiroui of combining excellence of Style and Material with strict Economy In . Price . v.. . 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 Longcloth, trimmed with Torclioi) l'nseition and Edging. At 3/11—Bargain (Jomba, iii strong Calico or Longcloth, trimmoil Embroidery Insertion, edged Lace or edged Embroidery. At 4/6—Combinations, in Madapolam, daintily trimmed, square or V necks of Cambric Embroidery Pin Tucks and Embroidery on legs. At 5/6—Dainty, Fine Longcloth Combs, square or V-shaped nccks, threaded Ribbon and...

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

Hmsnttan ^pccfattrr published daily. saturday, january 24, u'h. The royal commission appointed lo enquire into Federal elector.il mat ters, tho' personnel of which has been Hiiblished previously, expects to en ter on its labours in about three weeks' time. The scope.of.the inves tigation is wide, the principal heads being :—(a} The official coadurx ot the general election of 1913 ; lb) the method of enrolment and the re/ision oT the rolls ; (c) prevention ol plural voting and impersonation : (d) the improvement of the electoral law an-1 Its administration. In calling thj1 commission into being the author!-' ties have recognised the importance and urgency of the Inquiry by pro viding that the members imay divide themselved into two sectidiiB in order to take evidence simultaneously. It lis hoped in .this way to expedite business, and as the area; to be cov ered isa wide one, it will'be agreed' that the unusual provision is at wise one. Too inuchi ittme has lem lost already in going t...

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COMING EVENTS, JANUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

bOMINQ EVENTS, JANUARY— ,24, 26, (and • 27—Hamilton Law a Tennis Club's Annual Tourna ment. 2G—Branxbolme Carnival and Sports. . ' 2&—Camper-down Races. FEBRUARY— 4—Ararat. Races. Nominations January 24 ; Handicaps, Janu ary 29. 7—Hawkesdale Races. _ Nomina? tions January 28. Handicaps February 3. 11—Portland Sbow. General En tries February 2. 12—Portland Races. Entries, Janu ary 29th. 25 and 26—Horsham. Races. General entries, February 11. 2£—Penshurst and, District Troltlng Club Races. MARCH— 11—Digby Show. APRIL— 11 and 13—Stawell Athletic Sports. Entries, March 9th. 18—Dunkeld Sports ' j

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MONA WEST'S MOTHER. DEATH ANNOUNCED AT GOULBURN. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

MOrlA WtST'S MOTHER. DEATH ANNOUNCED \T HOUL BURN. (Rcuter's Telegram.) flVT>\TF.V Mrs. West, mother of the missing girl, Mom West, died nt Gcmlburii to-ilay.

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THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914

| THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RE- ! CORDS. i Shads Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Humid j Times. Corrected. Bulb. Bulb. ity. | p. cent. | 9 a.m. 30.218 G7.2 07.8 55.0 3 p.m. 30.045 93.2 06.8 20.0 t RAINFALL. Nil. I SHADE TEMPERATURE. \ Maximum. ' Minimum. ' i .93.5 d.e£. 47.0 deg. . Full Moon—February 11. I New Moon—January 23. Average rainfall {or 41 vears, trona Januarv 1st, 1870, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. j Total raintall from. January 1st, to 9 a.m. on January 23, 53 points. I | TO-DAY. 1 I Sun rises 5.34, sets 7.52. Moon rises 3.8 a.m., sets G.27 p.m.

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