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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
marriage:. BENNETT—BENNETT.—On tlic 1st January, 1914. at Hamilton, by the Rev. T. P. Bennett, Ernest Leslie, son of Dr. J. H. Bennett, St. Ar naud, to Alice Emily Geraldine, daughter of Dr. A. Bennett, Hamil ton. (At Home at " Manor House " Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, o£ this week). I ■ ' - ii.— . | ■ XV MEMORIKM. ' I FOLEY.—In loving memory of mv' dear husband and our father, Thomas Foley, who nasscd away on the 28th January, 1913, at "In nerness," Coleraine Road, Hamil ton. The'one we loved iB now laid iow, His fond, true heart is still • • i The hand that often helped us bo, I Lies low in death's cold chill. Sad and oft our hearts do wander, I To a Erave not far away ; ' Where we laid our darlinp father, JuBt twelve months ago to-day. —Inserted by his loving wife and I children.
FOUNDATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
wmTNDATION DAY. To-day being Foundation Day tin; Hamilton post office will he closed to the-public at noon; The first delivery only by letter carricr will lie eltected. Money order business will bo transacted at all post offices from 9 a.ir.. to noon. The tele graph offices will bo open for the recelot and despatch of messages as iiBiial. As previously announced, , the bvsiness places will be closed.
Items of News. GRASS FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
Items of Ifctos, GRASS FIRESJ I Fireu on Saturday were, responsible for [j very; heavy baZe of smok6 around tlie town, and there were in dications 'Of outbreaks in various .parts of 'the 'district. The rains -which fell later in the afternoon appeared to have come opportunely, as the smoke afterwards lifted a good deal, ami the downpour no doubt 'helped to stay the progress of the fires. A similar fanze of smoke, however, en veloped the town again yesterday, due proinbly to the smouldering fires of the previous day. From Mouta jup we learn that though not of very i-rent extent, a rather serious out break occurred in that .locality on Saturday. It commenced ' about-11:15 in Mr. Habel'B paddock near the J railway line. Grass to the extent of aiiour 100 acrns was consumed, and Mr. Habcl lost a stack of liay con taining something like fifty tons, be sides sustaining damage to his fenc ing. .Mr. Schultz, however, -was the I worsr sufferer,• as he lost Vbetween- ten an J eleven stacks of ...
A.J.C. RACES. CHALLENGE STAKES WON BY GOLDEN HOP. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
A.J.O. RACF.3. OHAliLENTiK STAKES WON BY GOI..DEN HOP. (Keuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. Tho A.-'.O. Anniversary mcuting j J w: s (onmenccrl to-day, when tho | j wnitacr was fine, ami \hi.ro was a j ' ery 'nrce attendance. Following - ar.-> the results :— Tri'I takes.—Condi 1, 1; ISthel Buckley, 2 ; Teddy Bear, 3. Winner, 7 to 4 on. First Nursery Handicap.—Velours, 1 ; ( cat of M'lil, 2 ; UaHjoune,, 3. W nncr, 14 to 1. i entenary fctnVes.—Alurcd, 1 ; MsiJt h ster, 2 ; Iflvstan, 3. Winner, 9 to 4 on. I Challenge Stakes.—Golden Hop, 1 ■ | Ninvnra Kliyu, 2 ; Uigandra, 3. 'Win i-.sr, 16 to 1. I January Handirn".—Rue Victoria, j 1 ; Adgio, 2 ; liilmeadon, 3. Winner, i 7 to 2. I Wt-lter Handicap.—Kini* MoFtyn "m! Bnmnh'Idfl, dead heat, X ; Royal MtTv, 3. Bcttinp : 7 to 1 agyt Drunnh lila, 14 to 1 King Mostyn. j
BOXING. HOLBERG DISQUALIFIED. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
BOXING' HOLBEBG DISQUALIFIED. r(Wir« From Our Correspondent.] S MFIT."ROUTINE. SnturJav. The boxing stadium was ci owiM to-nicht, when M'Cormack (EnslanV and Holbere ' Denmark) met for tV world's welter wei~ht championshin. Hoi &lt;■— hid much the better of fi" first three "rounds, but M'Coiinac'' then beean to nunlsh him liea ilv with body blows and Holbertr. af' Vein? cautioned for hittintr low. w»'i disqualified in the 6th round lor a foul blow.
LATE LORD STRATHCONA DRAMATIC CESSATION OF WORK. EVERY WHEEL TO STOP FOR THREE MINUTES. OTTAWA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
LATE LORD STRATHCONA ( DRAMATIC CESSATION GF WORK. EVERY WHEEL TO STOP FOR THREE MINUTES. OTTAWA, Friday. As a mars of respect to Lord Strathcona's memory every wheel throughout the CanadianVPacific ooni' pany's huge railway and steamship Bystem will remain stationary for three minutes "while the body is ocln lowered to the grave. Trains will bo brought to a standstill • amid the Rocky Mountains and on the prair ies. In the cities all, workshops will 1:c silent, and trans-Pacific and Irans Atlantic steamers will be stationary in mid-ocealn. Activity everywhere "will be suspended while the words Earth to earth, and dust to flust" are recited at Hi^hgate cemetery. It is estimated that a million woi kcra will thus pay tribute to the dead statesman.
GENERAL COURT-MARTIAL. PRETORIA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
GENERAL COURT-MARTIAL. PRETORIA, I'riday. It is understood that a ,?• nera' court martial, -with General I.ukin ac president, will be convened for the summary trial of four men arrested under martial law, namely, I r.ike. Steyn, Fer-uena, and Oliver. The first two will be charged with caus ing an explosion and the others with ihcing in possession tof explosives. The sect'on of martial law regula tions under which the court is to be convened Describes sentence of death for these offences. DURBAN, Friday. The preliminary examination was onened in the eases of Boydell and Kentrido-e, who were arrested on the 16th inst. on a charge of attempting to defeat the ends of justice in the case of the striker Francis, wio was ■arrested for pulling ah engincuriver named Wurz from his en-sine. It is alleeed. that thev endeavoured to git Wurz to state that Francis had help ed. and not assaulted, him. The proceedings, which are li ampere 1 lr Wurz's limited knowledge of Eu*lis> have been adjourn...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE RAND TROUBLE. LABOUR PARLIAMENTARIAN GAOLED ENFORCED ABSENCE FROM THE HOUSE. JOHANNESBURG, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
RBUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE HARD TROUBLE. LABOUR PARLIAMENTARIAN GAOLED enforced absence fuom the house. ! johannesburg, Friday. Mr. Cresswell, lender of the South [African Labour Party, was sentenced to a month's imprisonment, without Jiard labour, and fined £20, for pub lishing a pamphlet likely to excite ill-feeling. He was fined £10, or 14 days, for attempting to induce men to refrain from working. Tl>is pre vents Mr. Cresswell attending the Opening of tHe Parliamentary ses sion on January 30th, The sentence ibcine under martial law, no appeal Ss possible. Mr. Cresswell declared that owing to the proclamation of martial law be issued the leaflet instead of giv ing the advice orally. Ho wished to adviBe the men as to the best way of conducting themselves in tta Crisis, especially to provent public tviolence. He would always advise Mien who had once struck to stand together and to be loyal to onj ano ther. In cross-examination, hj de clared that the object of the Damnh Jet was two-...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
GENERAL GABLE NEWS LONDON. Saturday. Seventeen degrees of frost were re gistered In England yesterday, and the rivers Medina, Ouse, and Hunt ingdon were frozen. Mr. Eunnett Burle'Kh, the well known war correspondent, is Buffer ing from, a .seriouB illness. The la tent bull>tfn Klateu that his condi tion is critical. ATHENS, Saturday. Portion of ii fortress and three houses at Ler.into have been des troyed by an earthquake. Every housa was damaged. NEW YORK, f-'aturday. Colonel Gocthals recentlv promised to lecome hc:id of th-i New Yorlt po 11 "C force aft.pr th" Panama Canal is finish;J, &lt;1 «-iv*n a'&lt;-olutc control, an*! 'f Pr'pblent W^gon would allow him to r^Hre from the army. Pre sident W'lson vxprtB^-il "rrpri-"* at the announcement, statine that In int:nd"-:l Colonel Goethala to become (r„t Governor of the Canal zone.
ASIATICS IN AMERICA. AUSTRALIA AS MODEL FOR EXCLUSIVE LEGISLATION. WASHINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
ASIATICS IN AMERICA. australia as model for ex clusive legislation. washington. Frlil.iv. Mr. William Wilson, Secretary of the Department oi Labour, has ad vised the Speaker, Mr. Cliamn ularke, that the Asiatic immigration prob lem could be solved il the i"!overn rcent raised the standard oi aiimis Bion order and excluded aliens un able to pass the standard oi physi cal fitness required ior the Halted States army. Mr. Wilson declares that a concert ed movement exists in India and elsewhere to gain admission to the United States lor Asiatics. Canada, he points out, is now contempaUne a drastic exclusion law. Ho advises the disposing of the whole intention of Asiatics in one measure wltii the view to prevent a considerable influx cf Hindus \ia the PhiUpmneu. The problem is now acute, and emergency law is neccssary. It is umlcr.itoo 1 that Mr. Wilson approves oi action on the lineB already taken in Aus tralia.
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE. Saturday. , Messrs. John M'Whaa and. Co., stcck anil shara brokers, " Collins House," Collins-street, Melbourne, report as follows Melbourne Trains.—Buyers, 44/ ; sellers. 44/i;. Amalgamated '//inc.—Buyers, 28/7-i ; sellers. 29/6. North Brokens.—Buyers, 54/4.} : sellers, 54/6 : sales, 54/44. Hampden.—Buyers, 32/ ; sellers, 32/1'J ; sales, 32/, 32/3. Mount Cuthbcrt.—Buyers, 14/1 ; sellers. 14/6. G'athcart.—Buyers, 3/3 ; sellers, 3/6 ; sales, 3/6. Cathcart Central.—Buyers, -35/7-.J ; sellers, 35/10.V ; sales, 35/3, 35/9. Land Lotran.—Buyers, 35/9 . sel lers. 35/101 • sales, 35/9', 36/. I/an^i North.—Buyers, 5/4 ; pollers. 5/6 : saleB. 5/4. 5'5. Ijanei Lo"an Soutl*.—Buyers, 18/ sellers, 19/. Philippines.—Buyers, 33/G : sellers, 35/.
COLTS MATCH. VISITORS SCORE 514. VICTORIA, FIVE WICKETS FOR 268. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
C0L.T3 MATCH. VISITORS SCORE 514. VICTORIA, FIVE WICKETS FOR 268. tWlre From Our Corresoondcnt.) MELBOURNE, Saturday. . The colts match between Victoria! and New South Wales was" continued to-day. The visitors carried their I total in the> first innings to :VU, and when stumps were drawn Victoria' toad lost five wickets (or 2C8. WillisI getting within seven of the century and Fttzpatiick being not out with' 69- to his credit. I ' Following are the scores I NEW SOUTH WALES. I First Innings. Lo^ve, c Fitzpatrick, b Brown ... 14 Pratten, c Sheppard, b Mullett 2 Rix, c Willis, h Fitzpatrick ... 25 Buc'tle, b SouUr 53 Callaway, b Mullett 129 Toby, b Willis ... ... ...• ... 52 Ratcliff, run out , ... 69 Trenery, b Fitzpatrick ... 130 Long, run out ... ... .... 2 Grummitt, c A. Brown, b Soutor 15 O'Connor, -not out ... ... ... 15 Sundries 8 Total •../ ... 514 VICTORIA. ^ ' Firs'j innings. Butler, c Toby, b Grummitt 29 N. Brown, b Grummitt ... ... 0 Hotchin, b Toby ... ... ... 3o Willis,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914
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