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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap, assisted when necessary by gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment, afford the purest, sweet est and most economical method of freeing the scalp of infants and children from minor eruptions, itchings and scaHhgs and of es tablishing permanent hair health. Cuticura Soap and ointment Aro boM II the world. A liberal rntnnlc of each. wjth 32 PaM bnrtletonUio care'aud »,™t^nT\0!r' JTnj L Co , «calp. «nt poaUree. Address R. Townj * co., flydocy. N.B. W. _ Gldrke-street Livery and Letting Stables Ofl Kennedy-Street. H1 ORSES and Buggies, Cnl.s and ■ Drags available at reasonable I I rates. parcels Express. ! PARCELS AND GOODS Delivered i>o any Part of tho Town. Order Box -at CarnWU's, Halrdre»Bcr, Gray-Btreet. Box cleared at short Intervals. All Orders promptly at tended to. ROBERT YOUNG, Proprietor. Tel. 8*. OABS iAT ALL. HOURS. Lough nana's Royal Mail Coaches. HAMILTON TO MACARTHUR. OAOHBS leave the Post-Office / Hamilton, every morning {Bund»y e...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING. HAMILTON V. STAWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

BOWLING. HAMILTON V. STAWBLL. The Grimri^ns' Bowling Associa tion tournnment will ha continued on tlie loc^l green thi>; afternoon, whrn a match will l:e played between Ha m lfon and Sl.aw'U. Mpmhi-TK nf t'lc local team are requested to lie in nttcndanco nt the pavilion by two • o'clock. i

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. "COLTS" V. NORTH HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

CRICKET. " COLTS " V. NORTH HAMILTON. A team ol "colts" from the local Association journeyed to North Ham ilton on Saturday afternoon to try conclusions with that club. Pliv ' was started shortly after thro; o'clock, but \vh"n seven ot the North Hamilton batsmen had boon disposed of for a total of 52 runs hwy ruin commenced, and, attcr waitiner some time, it was decided to abandon the match, as the ram con tinued and showod no sipns -of abat (inR. Of the North Hamilton bats ti'"n, Mullov (30) and Cornish 111A showed the best form. The most successful itrundlers for the "colts" -were A. J. HocVine, who captured fiviB wicked for nine runs, and twice secured " wic cts ofl two succes sive balls, and R. Macintyre, who also howled well, and secured two wickets at a cost of one run. l<'ollo\v inir arc the scores :— North Hamilton.—B. Mulley, h.w.. ■b A. J. Hoc'<in<r. SO : J. rlinchlifle, c and h A. J. Hockinc, G : H. Hut cliens, stpd. Smithwick, b A. J. Hoc...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MYSTERIOUS MOTOR FARTY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

A MYSTERIOUS MOTOR FAilTY. T /ONTIOM Rnnrlntr The /■Wolverhampton police lire in vestigating a story to the enect that a motor car containing two men stopped at the Swain, a pub'ichouse near the scene of the murder, at Six o'clock on Tuesday morning. ' "the' men ordered drinks, 'and the lamfc lord was. surprised at seeing sucii • early visitors. ' The men returned twice to .the smoke room,' and alter the. briefest stay, they ' left. The drinks ordered were not. consum ed.. The remains of Reeks were buried quietly at Worsley yesterday. Ef forts' to prevent an exhibition of pub lic curiosity were successful. 'A imall crowd, including several, rela tives, attended the funeral'.' The wreaths included one of liiiis, ;inr icribed, ''From his loved \onea 'at Tynham, Sydney." '

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLO. ADELAIDE BEAT CARAMUT. CARAMUT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

POLO ADELAIDE BEAT CARAMUT. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) CARAMUT, Saturday Thoro was a fairly pood attendance at tho polo match between Adelaide and Cararrmt, played here to-dav. Adelaide tvas represented by H. ]«. Fmith, fi. I.aw Smith, N. L». Collcv. and P. H. Domior, and CarariUt l>v R. R. De I.ittlc, It. A. D. Hood, U. Urnuhgrt. 'and K. Oumtnlne. The plav durine tho first half of t.'ic ramc vaa mostly in favour nf Oara mut. who scored 2 coals 9 Vohliulfl to Adelaide's 11 behitids. In the final terms, however, Adelaide gradually drew ahead, and won by a coal. Tiic final result was :— Adelaide—5 goals 15 behinds. I Caramut—4 poals 21 behinds.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOUNDS NOT SELF-INFLICTED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

WOUNDS NOT SELF-INFttJCTED. LONDON. Satiirdnv." The medical examination has prov ed conclusively that Reeks' wounds were riot self-inflicted. The chief constable of Staffordshire considers that Reeks must have visited 'Wol verhampton for seme definite t>ur pose. The police are now endeavour in-" to ascertain the reason. Fifty soft-nose and fifty solid cart ridges were purchased at the pre mises of Hooton 'and James, Liver pool, on Monday. The purchasers were two men, one answering to the description of Realts's myotfcrious friend. The other man was possibly Reeks.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SWIMMING. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MILE RECORD. (Reuter's Telegram.) ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

SWIMMING. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MILE RE CORD. (neuter's Telegram.) ADELAIDE. Saturday. Frank Beaurcpaii'e put up a South Australian swimming rccord for ' a rn'le. Bcaurspalre covered the dia tanco in 25min. 45 3-IObdcb.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE REEKS MURDER. POLICE FORCE BAFFLED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

THE REEKS MURDER. POLICE FORCE BAFFU-0. T.nMnnM TTrWlntr. i Newspapers continuo to givo pro minence to the Reeks mystery. Tho Staffordshire police state that Hooka travelled from Canada under an as sumed nnme. His shoes were scrat ched and torn, and sup^cst that the body was dragged to the pit iiy de ceased's overcoat, which was after wards thrown over his head. The police are coming to tho con clusion that the crime was noc the work of a single person. They are investigating as to whether Keeks was one of a party that motored from Liverpool. It has been su-^es tcd that bloodhounds be used to trace the murderers. The fact that the cartridge cases near tho body were of old pattern and had been filed to fit a modern weapon increases! the difficulty of establishing: the cat tern of Jthe revolver used. Exports sav that tho cartridges were made abroad. The uncle of deceased, Thomas Kent, removed the body to Manches ter, and had it interred at Worsley, a suburb of Manchester.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEHEGAN KNOCKED OUT. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

MEHEGAN KNOCKED OUT. I (Reuter's Telegram.) i SYDNEY. Saturday. IAt the sfadium to-nirht Miiburn Saylor, Pst. lO^Hrs., of America, Vnnchcd out Hn»Me Metaocan, 9st. | 91bs., in the eleventh round.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BRITAIN'S NAVAL BILL. GERMAN METHOD SUGGESTED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

f REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BRITAIN'S NAVAL BILL. GERMAN MOTD SUGGESTED. 'TjONDMN SnttlriW The " Spectator," in view of the cominj; iilctlcit, recommmds Mr. 'Lloyd (Jrorpc to reconsider the proposed naval loan on the ground of the on oni oiiy political advantage which would mailt from the regularising of exper.d'itnre similar to the German method under naval law. Tile "Spec tator," also recommends frankly ad voi tisinp: Great. Britain's intentions to tlio world. Tlie I.ord Mayor states t.hnt. the meeting to be held In tilio city will l,e a non-party Catherine, inasmuch as it will favout1 tlio patriotic, noil-political object of sup porting the Government in its meas ures for the supremacy of the na\yy and the protection of mercllfintmeii.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMATLUR ATHLETICS. AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

AMATLUR ATHLETICS AUSTRALASIAN .CHAMPIONSHIPS (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Saturday. The annual championship meeting rnbr the Australasian Amateur Athletic Association was commenced lo-day. Following are the principal results :— One Mile Wal'f.—A.Pioquard (N.S. W.), 1 ; W. Murrav (Vic..), 2 ; L. Cox (\ ic.">, 3. Won by twelve yards. Time, (miu. 54 4-Ese-:s. Hundred Yards' Handicap (foot).— G. Tarter (Amrr'ca), 1 ; ,T. Hurton ( ic.), 2; J. Bradley (N.S.W.), 3. Won by hrlf a yard. Time, 10 1-5 sees. 880 Yards ffool).—H. Watson Oic.), 1; A. Thorpe (N.S.W.), 2; D. Tnrnhull (Vic.), 3. Won by ten yrrls. T'me, lmin. 50>isecs. One Mile Cycle J'acs.—A. M'Donald, 1 ; J. Cross, 2 ; II. Mitchell. 3. 'Won by a whe 1. Time, 2min. 11 3-5secs. Th"n Miles 'foot'.—T, Hentson (N. 7.1, 1 ; W. O'Neill (Vic.), 2 ; W. Ham iron (C'.'i, 3. Won by six yards. Time, 15min. J. 5 2-5rpcr. High Jump.—J. Kelly (Vic.), 6ft. fin.

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ACCIDENTS IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

ACCIDENTS IN MELBOURNE. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) MTCT/nnTTRNP, ftiinilmr While Eric Bosha, a lad lit years old, who lived at Armadale, was bathinj; yesterday afternoon at the St. Kilda baths, another swimmer, dashing down the chlit'e into the water struck him. and rendered him unconscious. An examination, ot the Alfred hospital disclosed a fractured hasT of the skull. Henry Camm, a cab driver, was thrown from his hansom in Burwood Road. Hawthorn, through hiB horse snylng.' He was admitted to the Melbmlrno hospital with a fractured basa of the skull. Christopher Johnson, a middlci Ngo<i farm labourer, of Wunpnu, went- to TiUna Park on Saturday night., and, while returning to the city, was I'nocVed down by a iinker and ser iously injured internally. He now lln.i in thr Melbourne hospital.

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GAZETTE EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

GAZETTE EXTRACTS. The lollciwirif: notiflcatioiis appear ed in the last IssUo of the Govern ment Gazette Transfer approved— C. M'Lauehlin to M. M'Lauznlin, 2a 3r 3r>n, Dunkeld. Applications for "rnntn approved—C. Pratt, 53a 3r 18n. Kinkella : C. N. Ij. Armstrcmc an!1. H. "A. Armytasce, 19a Sr 22p, Balmoral. ' The South Australian Government iB offering a bonus of £5000 to the person or tody corporate that first obtains from a bore or well situated in the State 100,000 gallons of crude petroleum containing not less than 90 per cent of products obtainable by distillation. The Government has been led'to offer a hohus by a de sire t6 encourage industry. When atout six miles from Stock inWngdl (N.S.W.) on Wednesday, the boiler of the engine on' Stockinbingni to Forbes railway hurst. The driver anl fireman had wonderful escapes ; but W-. Doyle, who was also on the enginr. was blown 15 feet intto the air. He wns taken to the Cootamun dr.a hospital, where he was found to te severely brui...

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CHINAMAN WITH OPIUM. SIX MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. WARRNAMBOOL, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

CHINAMAN WITH OPIUM. I SIX MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) WATiUNAMBOOTi, Saturday. The Chinaman, y\h l,ipp, alias Poen Hooli, who wns arrested at tho local railway station last Thursday afternoon, *aj brought beforo .Mr. .13. Williams, P.M., /it tto police ro.rt this morning, charged with hnviti); onium in his possession in a form su table for smoking. Til ! offi'iice wns admitted. Fcr^cant M'Phnrson gave evidence of the arrest and of finding a small horn nnd two pots of opium in tho accused's possession, as well as two pockets of yen-shee, a second product of opium. Four prior convictions were proved against accused, the fines in which ranged from £10 to £75. Accused, who emtio from Geelong, I wher? he was known by the sugges tive title of Sin More Yet, was sen [ tenced to six months , in Geelong gaol.

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

j AlSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIA TION! There was a good attendance at the fortnightly meeting of the A.N.A. on Thursday evening, Mr. Holden (r resident) in the chair. A request i from the willaura branch for assis tance at the annual concert in Feb ruary was referred to the committee. Mr. F. Carnell was granted a clear ance to the Geelong branch, and .Mr. P.. C. Muller was accepted 'on clear ance from Nhill. The Angling Soc iety wrote asking that a delegate be appointed to attend the public meet ing re swimming baths, ton Wednes day eviriing, and the president was ripj ointed. After other routine busi ness was transacted, the members, with their lady friends, celebrated AiN.A. Day with the usual banquet function. The principal toast, "The day wc celebrate," was in the hands of Mr. Healy, who, whilst pleased th-it the day was. celebrated, ques tioned the right of the association to claim it as A.N.A. day. He consid ered that it should be honoured by all friendly societies as the founda ...

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LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

LEITCH PICTURES. ^Lhough iihe weather conditions were unpleasantly oppressive, cspeci £]|y indr.ors, on Saturday night, thj at..endani'U at t.hj Lcitch ■ -slis J lay at the town hall was not \cry materially ntfectcd. A tho roughly up-to-date programme was presented fr.r the r amusement. Am ongst the Kst of dramatic features shown was a fine double-reel pro duct. on of an Irish domestic story, " Widow Malony's Faith." An cut prt of the Domino Company, the story was wcJl told throughout. There were KOv*u\il exciting phases, one in which the hero of the story " bursts up" a dancing party organ isol l:y a rival ; another scene in which thj former is " shanghaied" on board a vh.iler, shipwr.cked, and cast rsh'.r^ on an iilnnd. He reaches his foTiO !n time to avert the sale for distraint of the widow's belong ings, and tliera is a happy Ending. On>! of the liveliest comedy subjects rt-sft ted for soma time was a two-reel Keystone creation, the "Zu 7n." It was a thinly disguised bur ies...

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PROPOSED SWIMMING BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

PROPOSED SWIMMING BATIIS. In connection with the public mee ting to l.i! held in the town hull on Wednesday night in furtherance of the proposal to establish swimming baths en the Grange Ore-dk it is ho ped that thfre will he a large at tendance of the public and town or ganisations'. The mayor asks un to ,<tate (hat ladies will he made welccmc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

VIH. EUCKBURH, General Storekeeper, HIGH-BTRKBT. MERINO. Always k««p« • lnrx* atocfe * (irocerle*. Drapery, Iro&m«» (•ry, Boot* »nd Hho«», etc.' Altai (or tc« " Hnrnlltom B»Mt» «r" all UalbauTM Mcara. .Star ?!; Starch THE BEST IN THE WORLD Insist on EXCEPTIONAL and DECISIVE REDUCTIONS. Underwear For the. . Present S.eas« n LOOK AT THE PRICES ! Our Large and Varied Stock represents a distinct advantage to thoseTdesirous of combining- excellence of Style and Material with strict Economy in Price' . ... . . Out-oJ-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, Corsets. At 2/11—Ladias' Full-Size Combinations, in Calico or Longcloth, trimmed with Tdrcnon Iiiseition and Edging. At 3/11—Bargain Combs, in strong Calico or Longcloth, trimmed Embroidery Insertion, edged I,ace or edged Embroidery. At 4/6—Combinations, in Madapolam, daintiiy trimmed, square or V necks ol...

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SALE OF MACARTHUR PROPERTY [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

SALK OF MACAIJTHtlii PROI'KRTY Messrs. H. Mtdlnw and Co. will oorimict a Sale of Macarthfir town Ship property on account of Mr. John M'Ncill, at their Macat-tliiir yards to morroiv (Tuesday) afternoon at two o'clock. The jiroperty comprises six acres of rich dairying land, adjoins tli3 towns'hip of .Macnrthur, and has a frontage to Breakfast Creek. Amon gst the improvements is a comfbrt pihlJ fom-roomod 'house and necessary outbuildings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

RISE UP EARLY IN THE irtOllNING —FOR— Millers 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 Coata, Gala* tea, were 3/6, now 2/G 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Mole Trousers, -worth o/9, now 2/11 ' ! j : ' » 3—Ladies' Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were 1/ and 1/G, now 6d each 4—"White and Paris Guipure • Lace Peter Paris and Sun shine Collars, were 1/11, now 1/ 5—Ladies' Panama Hats, with Corded Silk Ribbon Band Bow at side, 10/6, now 6/11 • I , 6—Ladies' Pan Pan Hats, suit ■ able for seaside wear, ribbon band, 5'll, now 1/11 7—40 inch Satin Charmeiise, at 2/11 > for evening wear, in sky, pink and cream S—Black Satin Charmeuse, 20 inch, reduced to 1/11 yard 9—Ladies' Glace Lace Shoes, pumps or Strong soles,Derby or Oxford fronts, wero 8/11, now 7/0 10—Children's Tan or Black Glace Kid Lace Boots, natural foot iorrii shnpe, 7, 8,were 7/C>, now 6/6: iO, 11, 12,13, were 8/G,' now 7/0 11—Heavy Cream ...

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