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COAL PORTER'S STRIKE. ONE COMPANY CONCEDES DEMANDS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

COAL PORTER'S STRIKE. ONE COMPANY' 'CONCEDES'DE M'A.VDS. ' ' >•: LONDON. Saturdnv. Hit Cornwall Company, employing 500 coal porters, lias resigh£d frbiii lihe Merchants' Society,' ami has ag feeJ to pay nn extra penny, per toil. Sir K. Cornwall, M.P.', who,is 'tile principal, explains that the com-. i:any's ohjott is to prevent suffering, not because men are underpaid.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON BUILDING TRADE A SERIOUS OUTLOOK. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

LONDON BUILDING TRADE fl Serious outliqok. ' 1 LONDON: SfMnWln,, The cris.s in the building trade his !;c:ome acuitt, and there is" it rror,ability that 1">0,C00 men will lie 1 ed out to-morrow. Sir George Askwith failed to ar range a conference owing to thb masters insisting on the rule thiit pon-r:nionis'ts must first bo guaran teed. ■">'

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

LONDON WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, flaturdntr The wheat market is firmer on Mzher American and Argentine mar kets, and the expected smaller world's shipments. • ,n. . . ' LONDON, Sunday. . I'.': ,w'10a,t 'nartct iB firm in tone. A slight -advance is asked, Im'j therp n. quiet demand. ,

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE SUNKEN SUBMARINE. NOT YET RAISED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

THE SUNKEN SUBMARINE. NOT YET RAISED. LONDON. Saturday.' ' A hawser was placed on. -"binarine ' A7 yesterday. but the efforts to re njove her failed. For the purpose df investigating the cause of the disas-. ter submarine A5 was suhmerirod to a considerable depth, and the crew readily raised the vessel, co the surface, using the • emergency hand Damns

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA MAMMOTH SCORE BY HOME TEAM. MACARTNEY, 201. VICTORIA, THREE WICKETS FOR 49 RUNS. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. i 1 NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA ' MAMMOTH SCOni3 .DY HOME TEAM. MACARTNEY, 201. VICTORIA, THREE WICKETS FOK 49 RUNS. (Rtuter's Telogram.) SYDNEY. Saturdav. Tho match between Now South Wales and Victoria was continued to ^ay, in the presenco of 7000 t>.'ecta tors. New1,. South Wales had lost thrco wickcts for 430. runs on Fri "da". and thev carried the score to (i73 before the. last wicket fell. Mac artney played a magnificent innings for 201. When stumna were drawn the 'Visitors toaict lost three wickets for 49 runs. Pollowine 'arc tho scores :— NEW SOUTH WAL/ES. Firsti inninp;t<. Collins, c Carroll, b Armstrong 68 Kolleway, *> I.ugton 138 Bardsley, c and b Matthews ... 28 Macartney, c 1 ..timpani, b Kyder 201 Mailoy, b Ryder ... GG Trumpcr, c Armstrong, ib LiUKton 24 Andrews, l.b.w., b Matthews ... 20 Folkard, c Oarkcek, b Arm strong ... 15 Massic, 1,'Ikw., b Armstrong ... 8 Barbour, not out 65 M'Kow, c and b Armstrong ... 22 Sundries 20 Total 6...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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LONDON WOOL SALES. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

LONDON WOOL SALES. T^ONDON, Sunday. The rates nt thj close of the wool sales were the hiKh.ist of the aeries. ULB3!a throughout has given go<Sd support, mid there has been strong Yorkshire and American demand for - oou ahafty sixty-fours. Priccs {or preayy combing merinos advanced fHo to seven and n half per cent., and finrst tin per cent. . Scourctls were unchanged. There in Hkely to hi) n i;ood American demand for crosHbre.'lK in the coming months.

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 26 January 1914

POLICE COURT At the Hamilton Police Station on Saturday, before Mr J. E. Kennan J.P., a stranger to the district nam- ed Thomas T. Maquire, was charged with having no lawful visible means of support. There .had been some   complaints to the police, and Con- stable Harrington, who arrested the accused near Monivae on the pre- vious day, asked for a remand to Thursday next,' the 29th inst. -Asked   if he had any objection to a remand, the accused said be was not going to put up a defence to the " perfor- mance." It was not the first time he had 'been 'locked up. The applica- tion was granted. A first olTenUer, whom (lonstatile I,awt.on found sleep ing on the footpath in Lonsdale Stroet oh, Friday night, was caution ed and 'discharged. • He was profuse in hi* regret for the incident and premised to go away from the town at once. He had spent £4 during tlio | feiv days he was in tlic town.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

WATER TRUST. From M. A. M'Phersoni, applying for permission to lav on water ' to his premises at Goroke. He ha= per mission to connect with Mr. Tullv's pipes, and he was willing to ray tin sainc as the others, viz., £2 per an num.—Gran ted. Froiru the Wat.pr Supply Commis sion, Bskiwr if the trust hid any water supply objections to the grant ing of the application of B. Carrac hor for sale of about 15 acr"s, town f-h'» of Brmroopki, parish of Moroa. —Wn objection. From the same, forward in? m in tort fonips of the trusts' rating by-law Tor 1914, which hnd l>een anpro/ed of 1— the GoVernor-in-Oonncil, The by law had been published in Iho " Gov ernment Gazette." and should now be published in a local newsoansr — Attended to.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

Pure and palatable. Lyall's Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches. HAMILTON AND APSIDES' MNG. COACHES leava Scullion's Oale> donian Hotel Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays at 5.30 a.m. for Ayaiey, via Cavendish, Gatum Ga tum, Balmoral. Harrow, and Eden hope. Return Coaches leave Apsley SundttyH, Tuesdays, and Thu.rsdaya at XO p.m., .and leave Edenhops Mon days, Wednesdays, and / Fridays at 4.30 a.m., arriving at Hamilton at 5 p.in. in time for all evening trains. BALMORAL AND NORADJtHA LINE. C'ouohe* leave Lang's 'Western Hotel, Balmoral, for Noradjuba, via crrnam, Teiangatuk Teiangatuk U<usl, Mount Talbot, Toolondo, an< Uarehip on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 12.30 p.m., arriving at Noradjuba at 7 P.m., in time for the Natimuk train. Return Coachea leave the Mail Stables Svudays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 4.30 a.m., arriving at Balmoral at 10.30 u.m., in. time for the Hamilton Uoacb. HARROW AND KARNAK LINE. Coaches leave Harrow far Karnak, via Mulla...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. ULSTER'S GOOD WILL. "WORTH A BIG PRICE." LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

BEUTER'S TELEGRAMS. ' u — . ... ■ ,i .. .ii ULSTER'S GOOD WILL. " WORTH A BIG PRICE." I SPEECH BY MR. JOHN UEDiMONU LONDON. Sunday. Mr. I John Redmond, speaking Waterford, said that Ulster's r will was worth purchasing! at hie price. Thorc were no lengthj short of abandonment of priacipleb to which ho would not go to vil Ulster's confidence. but he saw prospect of goodwill being purchased at any price. All tho talk of civil war was absurd, as Ulstcrmen would never bo attacked. The Primrose League's Ulster re fugee scheme has evoked a guaran tee of £15,000, • which will be used In the event of civil war to provide hospitality for women and children.

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BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK EIGHT MONTHS' FEARFUL LEG ULCERS. LIMB SAVED BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

| BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK 131(51-it months' fearful leg , ulcers. ^ umb saved by zam-buk. Afl the outcome of n simple acci dent—a knock on the leg—Mr. W. K. liruwn, of"thirhum Street, Auckland, N.Z., waa crippled with flesh-eating ulcers for eight months. Telling how t.ha limb was made iqulte strong and sound iiy, Zam-Buk's healing, Mr. I Brown says...—"Through knocking my left leg against the edge of a box, j I one day hurst a varicose vein. A tit! earn of blood gushed out, and it was some time ^jeforo I couUl stop the outflow. Soon afterwards tliei wound became angry-looking and ul cerous, and caused .great pain. " I laid up and rested the limb, hMt It -was of no use, for the had plane got worse and worse, and ter ribly inflamed. Then the treatment of a medical man was tried, but it failed to bring any improvement. For eight months I was.in fearful toiment. The -inflammation Bprcad, tho ulcers got deeper /and bigger, and I the leif was swollen enormously. | " I 'had often heard of Z...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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FAMILY WIPED OUT. GAS JETS TURNED ON. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

FAMILY WIPED OUT. | GAS JETS TURNED ON'. ' A \vi(Inu.'nr nr Sunaav. A widower of Bresluu, named Sla , UT* I'V turning on tin; Rns in th" - nighttime, killed himself, two sons" a daughter, a sister anil a niece.

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KOWREE SHIRE COUNCIL. The following additional business was transacted at the last meeting of this council:- ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

KOWREE SHIRE COUNCIL. The following! additional business w;is transacted at the last meeting of this council 1 ORDINARY BUSINESS. Moved by Or. Bull, seconded bv Or. M'Pherson, that permission iie given to Mr. C. I>. Block to lay a |>ipc for water across the roa<l from his windmill at Dopewora.—Carried. Moved by Cr. Hoare, second^.! by Cr. Carracherl that permission lie pi veil tlie residents of Brlngalbcrfc to erect a telephone lino on the road from Bringalbert.—Carried. Moved by tho president, seconded !hy Cr. Murrav, that permission be given the Athletic Sports Cliio of Harrow to hold sports and a pub lican's booth on tho recreation re serve at Harrow on tho 27tli Febru ary, and that application be mado for a public holiday throughout the Kast riding for that day.—Carried. Moved by Cr. Hoare, seconded by Cr. Stephens, that application be made for a public holiday through out the West nnd Central ridings for the Apsley races on tho 17th March. —Carried. Moved by Cr...

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ALL ONE CLASS. CONVERSION OF GERMAN STEAMER. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

ALL ONE GLASS. I CONVERSION OF GERMAN STEAMER. ' ' BERT.IN i -1, t "'"i" oom I pany's steamer Wilhelm der Grossr I 14.349 totiB, is to lie converted Into | an entirely third class steerage ves , sel. 1 1

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CAMPERDOWN RACES RECEIPTS OVER £900. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

CAMPERD8WN RACES RECEIPTS OVER £900. CUP WON' BY glenbolt. Tho Camprrrtown Cup meeting, held yrsteiday in fine weather, was prob ably the record for the course, both in' point of attendance and the sur prising advance, tinancially, on last year's figures. The secretary, Mr. A. C. M'Qualter, was alile to record the following increases this year.in re sponse to the club's enterprise in ineuaslng its stake money. The figures are of ooiirso only approxim ate and are as follows:—Gate re ceipts show an increase of £17il/ll/4; bookmakers' fce3 an advance of £114/11/ ; nominations an increase of between £30 iand £40, total increase, about £300 on last year's receipts, which totalled £613/4/. With the exception of the Pony Hace, the fields were 'good, there being a dozen runners in the Cup, which was an nexed by Glenbolt, owned and train ed by G. Coleman. The winner was one of the outsiders .of the field, and in the last few strides completely smotherel the opposition. The Steeplechase was w...

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ARISTOCRATS IN GAOL. "TOO COLD TO LEAVE." PARIS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

ARISTOCRATS IN GAOL. J "TOO COLD TO LKAVE/' PARIS. SumUv. Ao the outcome of a' gamnliag in cident in tie Jockey Club, six o.iistq cratic members were summoned be fore a magistrate arid sentenced. 0\v inj» to the extreme cold, the uiison ers now refuse to leave shelter after the expiry of the sentences.

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APSLEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

AP31EY. I (From Our Own Correspondent.) Mondnv. Mies P. Stephens and her sister flaric^ wero <lri\ing from their home t) the cricket match on Saturday, wli-n the I'ony shied, throwing thMn 01 t of the s l'Jy. Clarice was thrown clear, but her sister's foot I ecame cauuht. Shs was dragged some distance. Fortunately Clnricg maniged to-get to the horse's head I efore tho animil became frightened, or serious insults might have reuni ted. Miss Stephens is sufitring se \ert-ly from Iruises and shock.

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BAVARIAN NOBLE'S MARRIAGE. THE BRIDE AN AUSTRIAN ACTRESS. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

BAVARIAN NOBLE'S MARRIAGE. i THE BRIDE AN AUSTRIAN ACTRESS. BRRLIN. SiludaV. Prince Phillip, of Hohe'nlohe Schil limrfurst, aged 61, the Kaiser's kins man, was ' secretly married to 1-Ion tiett Gindra. an actress, and daue'.i ter ol a Viennese tradesman. H.e in tends askiinjc the Bavarian G6vem mcnt to ennoble the bride.

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AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE. TRANSPLANTED ENGLISHMAN'S VIEW. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE." TRANSPLANTED ENGLISHMAN'S VIEW. LONDON. Monti ,iv. Mr. Henry Stead, writing to the "Daily News," says there are signs of 11 remarkable change in tha atti tude of the Australian peoplp regar ding defence, principally because the scheme is more «osMy than was an ticipated. He alleges that drastic and prompt reduction in expenditure 1b likely owin? to the probability of a £5,000,000 deficit.

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TERRIER COURSING. FOUNDATION DAY CUP WON BY GOOD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

TERRIER COURSING. FOUNDATION DAY CUP WON ISY GOOD' N1SWS. The Hamilton torrler coursing club, which has experienced ft gratifying rim "of successes of late, conducted 1 ho most satisfactory meeting of nil to dntc at tlw friendly societies' park yesterday, when the important sta';r—the Foundation Day Cup—Was decided, and proved that merit comes one on top. The winner, Good Ne.vs, brought from Beaufort, is undoubted ly the best animal for this class of work that has yet been sceni on the local ground. No secret was made of his prospects, and anticipation'wag fr.ljv justified, as the dog went tin ough all tho courses without a mis-take. He is fast; in a straight run (bac'. ed up by speed) seems in vincible ; and " bunny " has little ch ince even in a turn, as this rab bitpr appears well able to anticipate events, and n side dodge is all that i* necessary to d,cspatoh the !C[uarry. Tn vcsteidny's event it was hard to judgo his full capability, as nothing could pace it with lun\,>unci...

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