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COMING EVENTS. JANUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
COMINQ EVENT8. JANUARY— ' ' ' : 24, 2G, (and 27—Hamilton Lawn Tennis Club's Annual Tourna ment. 2G—Branxbolmo Carnival ' and SportB. 2Gr— Cnmperdown 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. Goneral En tries February 2. 12—Portland Races. Entries.. Janu ary 29th. 25 and 26—HorBham Races. General entries, February 11. 2S—Pc!ishurst and District Trotting Club Races. MARCH— 11—Digby Show. APRIL— 11 and 13—Stawell Athletic Sports. Entries, March 9th. 18—Dunkeld Sports
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
T. H. LfllBLflWaCO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, 'AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch OIIIcbb fit Horsham, Warrack nabeal, Rainbow, Joparit, Nhill, Coleralne, Willaura. Al*o at 437 Collina-at)., Melbourne. SALES of Pat and Store Sho«p and Cattle conductod In the Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every ] Friday. Fortnightly Salee held at tfacarthur and Coleraine. Auction and Private Sales of Land and Stock conducted In any part of l.ho State. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of latereft. AGENTS FOR— DaJgrty & Co., Woolbrokers, Geelont and Melbourne. THE I.O.A. (Th« Insurance Office of AQatralla, Ltd.) Fire Accident Liv» Stock. - - Mako Your Will— 'And Provide for the Future by Means of THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—19-S1 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. Clalma Guarantee Fund, £10,OH. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, Esq. (Chairman), Colin Temple tan, Esq., Hon. John Thomson, K.L.A., Harry P. Henty, Esq...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
CAMP'S SALE SPECIALS Double Bed Heavy White Sneeting, worth 1/2 yd. Twill NOW Long Brown Striped Roller Towe's, usual price 1/- ... For the SALE 'id. 6d. White C.ilino Underskirts, MubViii Frill ami Torchon liiica Ill Grey Tw.o'd Skirts, 1'ivaol Back, under cost at 4/11 Nurso Aprons, full b'.b,,3 Goto Skirt. 1/ Dark Print or Zephyr iprons, wash wtll ... ... ... 8J&lt;1 Jack Tar Straw Hats, White or Navy Binding, Silk Cord ... ... 113 Girls'Stylish Hata, trimmed FJowera and Ribbon ... 7/6 Ladies' Straw Bats, trimmad Itibbon, Tulle, Flowers atd Mount ... ' ... 86 Children's Crepe^Drossos, trimmed, pock of; and Bolt ... I, II Liidiea' One-piece Droseos, iu Ciepa, Cambric or Dolaino 511 Whito' MAlia ^Blouses, ISmbrpiUsry l'ront, turned down collar'.;.' jj'tl Embroidery White Drosses, Bodice finished Lace and Insert ... || 9 Good Calico Knickers, full sizo, frill trimmed | | Loogeloth Combinations, full size, trim med Torohon Lace • •• 2/11 Embroidered Blouso Lengths in Crome Voi...
CASTERTON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
' CASTERTON. fPrnm Our Own Correspondent.I I ' Friday. At tlui annual picnic of the chil dren attending Christ Church Sun day school, a welcome visitor was tha Rev. M. C. James, formerly vi car of Christ Church, and now of St. feter's, Ballarat. Mr. JamS3, with Mrs. James, is paying a visit to the district. The Rev. C. H. Chilm=rs, Th.L., who has re cuitly com? to us as curate to thfc present vicar of Christ Church, Rev. F. Stilhvell, R.D., was also present. Mr. Jam'tia Hart, Homestead, i)un ro in, was severely bruised and knoc>ed about by a bull, which, wlun he -,vas leading it to water, tur ned suddenly and attacked bim. Pro videntially, he got clear before the an mal could do him more serious injury. A slrike for the new log rate of 1/ par hoi r among thrashing ma chine hnnris employed at Mr. H. V. [ MacI.eod's Barnoolnnt farm, Nan [ ge?la, thid week, was a failure. Other men were put in promptly, and the machine was at work again within a quarter of an hour after j the stride...
LAWN TENNIS. HAMILTON CLUB'S ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
LAWN TENNIS. HAMILTON CLUB'S ANNUA r TOURNAMENT. Tlio disagreeable weather with wiiioli players had to contend in the opening day of the local hnwn Tennis Club's fonrtH annua! tournament meeting was, not sulllcicnt. to inter fere with tlio vim which competitors In tlu- various singles and double ev ents imparte-.l into their trnniH. From 11 until nearly >1 o'clock, Melville Ovnl presented the -unique sight of 11 courts in full operation, anil it in safe to say that such a spectacle is s .en in no other country town in the State. It was certainly bard luck for Mr. Melville, who had taken in finite pains during many days to prepare the courts, as well as1 for the comirittee, of the local club ihnt ruin ■descended when nearly half the day's programme remained unplnyed, and competitors who arc still left in the varioi:s e"en!s arc exhorted to Help the executive to their utmost by be in;* in readiness to play when callod upor.. The committee will to-day en deavour to read) finality in...
YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
YESTERDAY'S > HAMILTON RE> CORDS. Shads Temperature. r.ocnl Barometer Dry Wet Humid Times. Corrected. Bulb. Bulb. ity. p. cent. 9 a.m. 29.912 73.9 (",5.9 63.0 3 p.m. 21.928 84.9 67.7 38.0 RAINFALL. Nil. SHADE1 TEMPERATURE. Maximum. ' Minimum. 84.9 doe. 65-1 ton New Moon—To-day. Pull Moon—February 11. Average rainfall for 44 vears, Trom •Tnnuarv 1st, 1870, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. Total rainfall from January 1st, to 9 a.m. on January 25, 64 points. TO-BAY. Sun rises 5.34, sets 7.52. Moon rises 3.8 a.m., sets 6.27 p.m.
CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
CHRIST CHURCH. Fully choral services were conduc ted nt Cllrist Church yesterday, the preacher; being ' the Rev: 'Newport White, of' East Melbourne; Tn the morning, the riverferid genMoman, preaching from Matthew xxvii., 40— I " Thou', that destroyfitft thf ' tempi-, | and1 liuildcst it in' thi^fe days,' 9ave thyself. If tliou bo the Scin of God, [ comc ' down from the Cross"—said that \o a certain extent the Church hart, saved jtpclf Hy following the hi^ battalions. He believed, how ever, tihat the day was coming w;hen 1 the Church would give' more freely of her blessings and more fully carry out jirr mission. He did 'riot refer'solely, to the Church of Hn'g land, but' to" o'.i'ier li'ranchcs of tjie Church of Christ. The Anthem, "J will'sing Thy Power,"' in which Mr. R. Knapp took the tenor solo, was given by the choir. The evening anthem was. " Hark, hark, Mv Soil." the solo parts being taken | by Misses Susie and Minnie Sloan-. A" nn offertory Mr. .T. TUirgtss pang "The lost fho...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
PERSONAL. , I The State schools re-opon aTt-n the Christmas vacation to-morrow, and various changes in the personnel ot the teaching stafl in the il'.sr.rlct schools will take effect. Mr. Smpey will take the Place of Mr. S. W. Hunt as Headmaster of the Hamilton State elementary and higher elemen tary schools, and another lailv ten cher will replace Miss Cruicksnank, who has "been transferred to '"eilon after a residence here of about three years. Mr. M. F. Maher, of the relieving staff, who has ./-on in charee of the Wallacedale North school lor the past eighteen months, will temporarily assume charge of the Campbell's Creek school, near Castlemaine. Owinp- however, to no permanent anointment being made (luring the holidays. Miss 'R. C. Smeathers. who was assistant reliev ing teacher at Wallaccdale North school prior to the Christmas vaca tion, has received noticfe of re-ap pointment to the position, an 1 ' will resume 'fluty to-morrow. The terina urnt head teacher will he Mr. r.obe...
THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
THE ENGLISH MAIL Mails lor English and Continental ports close nt 5.40 p.m. at the local post oQico on the following da tes Wednesday, January 28th. Thursday, February 5th. Wednesday, February lltih. . I Thursday, February 19th. Wednesday, February 25th. Thursday, March 5th. \Vcdn?Bday, March 11th. Ttiuraciiy, March 19th. Wr.dnmday, March 25th. Thursday, April 2nd. Wednesday, April fth. Thursday, April llith.
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. GEELONG RACES. CUP WON BY ROSEVIEW. GEELONG, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. RAGING. aBELONG RACES. CUP WON BY KOSE VIEW. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) GEELONG, Saturday. The Cup mcet.ng oi the abovs club was concluded to day, with thu fol lowiiii nsults :— Welt:r Handicap.—Socotra, 1 ; El tliam, 2 : Hosny, 3. Winner, 8 to 1. mumpers' Flat Knee.—Covonatus, 1 Wliitewatsr, 2 ; Gertie Moore, 3. Winno.-, b to 4 on. G-jclong Cup.—Kosovicw, 1 ; Black P. ii, 2 ; Dewberry, 3. Winner, G to 1. Corio Pinto.—Dhuldul, 1 ; Charla tan, 2 ; Precious, 3. Winner, oven3. Corio Purs*.—Ijuncloyne, 1 ; Mal vncoi's, 2 ; Shirin, 3. Winner, 2 to 1. Final Hand cap. — Bullio U., 1 : C'ulma, 2 ; Metric, 3. Winner, 7
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
MRTI-TrmlST SUNDAY SCHOOL. The opening land dedication services in connection with the Hamilton Motliodist Sunday school took place yesterday afternoon in the presence if n larp.e mimlicr of parents, chll (Iron nn&lt;l friends. Tho building was foimally opened by the Sumlny sciiool superintendent, Mr. .1 iiraca Scarlett, who said it wan one of the most joy ous events of his life. He wished to tlinnl: the otlicers and trustees for ill lowing him the privelt'ge of declaring the building open for the worship of Uoi!. It wns part fulfilment of his •lroni'i to see a Sunday school build ing erected which' would be worthy of the church ami people, and although it was not completed, ho hoped the , &lt;iay was not far distant when the J end they Uu&lt;! in view would he -accom plished. He had pleasure in opening th.! dcors and formally declaring the .Sunday school open. The seating ac con'n.odntion of the building was comfortably filled and the dedication service wns ...
ELDERLY MAN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
rtjdkri,y man injhrfd. 'An elderly man named . Charles Hi'inphries, of the Wonnon, was art rpltti'i' to the local hospital on Thursday, suffering: from injurlos sub talncd' through a fall from a cart. He received abrasions on. the fnoc «.n«l liea-'i and • slight injuries -to t.fce lungs, hut after treatment in the institution is now doing well.
NEW AUCTIONEERING FIRM [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
NEW AUCTIONEERING FIRM | It is announced in our Advertising J columns tills morning that Messrs. H. H. TieUl and Joseph Brown have. en tered into partnership and will eon dnf:i. an auctioneering, st-hck ami laM agency business in Hamilton Build ings, Thomson-street. They will'hold weekly stock sales in the local 'cor-5 porati.on yards an:l ' sales 'of stock' find property in any part of the State. The firm are agents for the Victoria Insurance Comprint Both gentlemen are -well anil' favourably know r. in Hamilton arid throughout ths Western District,.having had coii sideiable experience in important of fices. Before taking un business on his own account. Mr. Reid was for nine years with Messrs. Gum mow and Stewart-, arid Messrs. J. O. Stewart and Co., while for n similar period, Mr. Brown was in the employ of Messrs. Young Bros.
THE STATE ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
THE) STATE ROLLS. In collecting material for the now State rolls, the police who are ap pointed for that duty are experienc ing similar (difficulty to that of. pre vious occasions. One of the chief troubles is that, through not follow ing the directions properly, electors' names are not placed on the sheets in full, anl this means that the'offi cers after the first delivery artd col lecting visit, have to make a third call in rnany instances in order to obtain complete information. "John James Smith," for instance, is apt to be put'down as " Johli J.," or " J.' J." This is not sufficient. The full name must he given; and electors wouli help those collecting consider ably by following out the instruc tions'given.
Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. -MONDAY, JANUARY 2C,' 1914. The statement! that the business of the Federal Parliament is to be re sumed in April is -a reminder thnt a host ot things the last session was unable to accomplish remains to ■l:e done. Though both Houses are in recess the two big parties haw not been idle. Ministers have hail the work of their departments to engross much o! thuir attention, leaving thorn very little time to marshal -their forces in readiness lor tho fight, which inevitably must be rtcommsnci-!'. as soon as the proro gation is over. Oppositionists, on the other hand, hnva not hctn wei ghed down with the cares of otllco, and have hn&lt;l plenty of leisures in which .to t.r.iin their political guns ami nplenisli tlieir- political arsenal. How thev lui\ o employed the time that lias passed rincc the last sitiiing of l'iulisMiunt nobody but tU« members of the caucus is in a position to know. During the final singes of the recant unsatisfactory session there appeared ...