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COLLISION IN DARKNESS. RAILWAY DISASTER IN MICHIGAN. JACKSON (Michigan), Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

COLLISION IN DARKNESS. RAILWAY DISASTER IN MICHIGAN. JACKSON (Michigan). Monday. A1 serious railway accident occurred at a point three miles from lUe city last night, when the Michigan pas senger train collided head-on with a freight train. Five persons wet a kill ed. nnd a score tof others injured. Darkness made the work of rescue slow. T«'o hours after the accident several passengers were still under the wreckage. It is believed that Bome of them are dead.

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

PLEASE i i ! m ! ■: - EXCEPTIONAL and DECISIVE REDUCTIONS. LOOK AT ITHE PRICES! Underwear For the Present Seasron Our Large atid Varied Stock. represents a distinct advantage to those^desirous of combining' excellence of Style and Material with strict Economy In Price . , . , Out-of-town Buyers . Shop' by Post with us. We guarantee complote satisfaction. Costumes; The balance of our Summer Costumes all to be cleared at a third off usual- prices, Corsets. At 2/H—Ladies' Full-Size Combinations, in Calico or Longcloth, trimmed with Torchon luseition and Edging. At 3/11—Bargain Combs, in strong Calico or Longcloth, trimmod Embroidery Insertion, edged Lace or edged Embroidery. - At 4/6—Combinations, in Madapolam, daintily trimmed, square or V necks of Cambric Embro klery Pin Tucks and Embroidery on legs. At 5/6—Dainty, Fino Longcloth Comis, sq"uare or V-shaped nccks, threaded Rib<bon and Beading. At 1/4s—Knickers, ol pure Calico, cut large and full in size, trimm ed frills. At...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARTIAL LAW RELAXING. JOHANNESBURG, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

MAKTIAL LAW RELAXING. JOHANNESBIIKG. Mdntlnv. Martiul law has been further re laxed. The public are now allo.wod to go out of doors until midnight. The secretary of the Springs Bran ch Labour party has been sentenced to a month's imprisonment with hurd labour, and fined £25, or a further month, for inciting natives to strike a*i the Springs mine. The railwaymen oil strike in Natal liava resolved to resume work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

RISE UP EARLY I TflE iti'tiMl ■ —FORj Miller's 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 Co its, Gala tea, were 3/G, now 2.'6 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Mole Trousere, worth 6/9, now 2/11 3—Ladies' Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were 1/ and 1/6, now 6d each 4—White and Paris Guipure L'ace Peter Pans 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 ' i ■ 6—Ladies' Pan Dsn Hats, suit able for seaside wear, ribbon band, 5'11, now 1/11 7—40 inch Salin Charnqouse, at 2/11 for evening wear, in sky, pink and cream S—Black Satin Chnrmeuse, 20 inch, reduced to 1/11 yard , . . M.I !.P 0—Ladies' Glaco Lace Shoes, pumps or strong soles,Derby or Oxford fronts, were S/ll, now 7/6 10—Children's Tan or Black GJace Kid L?ee Boots, natural foot lorm sh ipe, 7, 8,!), were 7/G, now 6/6; 10, 11, 12, 13, were S/6, dow 7/0 11—Heavy Crenni Damas...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE RAND TROUBLE. LEADER'S CONVICTION UPSET. JOHANNESBURG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

THE RAND TROUBLE. LEADER'S CONVICTION UPSET. JOHANNESBURG, Sunday. The Supreme Court has granted t rule nisi for the release of Mr. Cress well, M.P., returnable on 28th inst., 011 the ground that the magistrate wrongly claimed to administer mar tial law when there was no riot or disturbance. A magistrate acquitted the execu tive of the Amalgamated Society o." Engineers of charges of unlawful as sembly on the ground that the term enclosed space" did not apply to rooms.

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COMING EVENTS. FEBRUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

OOMINQ EVENTS, FEBRUARY— i—Ararat Races. Nominations January 24 ; Handicaps, Janu ary 29. 7—Hawkesdale Racea. 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. 28—Pensburst and. District Trotting Club Races. MARCH— 11—Digby Show. APRIL— 11 and 13—Stawell Athlotic Sports. Entries, March 9th. 18—Dunkeld Sports

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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NEWSPAPER COMMENTS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

NEWSPAPER COMMENTS. LONDON. Mondav. I Tho "Standard" says it is too soon to ask what the Bengali aqitators and sedition- mongers think of the enthusiastic welcome extended to the troops, which is in striking contrast to the sullen reception accorded to the Viceroy in Calcutta. The "Stan dard" adds that everything points to a complete success of concen . ation as a political move.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

Sawttton^Mteta* PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914. Mr. Fitsspatrick, the Chief Commis sioner d Railways, has made, through the columns of one of the Melbourne dailies, a rather elaborat? dcfence of the local railway system, and particularly of the slow country trains. Ho. contends, after allowiig for the difference in grades, thnt the express and some other purely pas senger tra'ns compare very favour ably with those ho saw in England. With thnt contention none will dis agree, txcept as to what trains have tarn.d the right to V.e called exprci'i. It must be admitted, in common fairness, that the Sydney, Adelaide an."; Bendigo expresses leave very little to be desired, cither with r2~ epnet to speed or comfort. For a ^eiy young country like Victoria, with its irregular gradients, those thro? trains aie unexceptionable, and fortunate is the traveller v.ho nevds to use no othsr lints in 'jhe carrying o'li. of duty or thu pursuit of pi fa ilure. But there- are other trains to w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

T. H. LAIOLAfifa 68.. AUCTIONEERS, 8TOCK, STATION,' AND GENERAL COMMISSION ■ AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch Ofllcca nt Horabtim, Warrsck ■nbeal, Rainbow, Jeparlt, Nhill, Coleraine, Willaura. Alio at 437 Collins-si., Melbourne. SALES of Fat and Stor« Sheep sua Cattlo conducted in the Corporation Yards, Hamilton, evory Friday. Fortnightly Sales held at Macarthur and Coleraine. Auction and Private Sales of Land and Stock Conducted in any part o! the State. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Ratos of latereit. AGENTS FOR— Dalgrty & Co., Woolbrokers. Qielong "and Melbourne. THE I. Q. A. (Tilt Iu«u««nc« OfHce of Au«trall», Ltd.) Fire Accident Liv« Stock. Make Your Will— And Provide for the Future t>y Mtans of THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. ■ Office—I9-S1 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. Claims Guarantee Fund, £10,0H. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, Esq. (Chairman), Colin Temple tan, Esq., Hon. John Thomson, • K.L.A., Harry P. Henty,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

CAMP'S SALE SPECIALS Double Bed Heavy White Twill Sneetlng, worth 1/2 'yd. ... NOW Long Brown Striped Roller Towa's, usual price 1/- ... For the SALE 'id. 6d. VMiito Ciilico 1Jnilcrnkii'tii, M unlin Prill uud Torulion Laeu | || Groy Tweed Skirts, l'unol Hack, undor cost ut 4.11 Nurso Aprons, full bib, .TCIoro Skirt; • ■}/ Dark Print or Ztiplivr Aprons, wash will ... ... ... ... 81<l . Jack 'Var Straw Tints. AVliito- or Navy Binding, Silk Cord ■ ... ... ... 1/3 Girls' Stylish Hats, trimmed Flowers and 'Ribbon ... ... ... .... 7/6 Ladios' Straw Hats, (rimmsd ' ltibbon, Tulle, Flowors aid Moimt ... ... 8 6 Children's Crape Drossos, trimmod, puckot and Belt ... ... |/|| Ladies' Ono-pi^co Drostos, in Ciopo, ' Cambria or Delaine 5 II White" Minlib' JJIouscis, Embroidory iiront, turned down collur ... ... 2ii Embroidery White Drossos, Xlooico iimuhod Lace and Insert || 9 Ciood Calico Knickers, full size, frill trimmed .... ... • ... I I ' Lougclotli Combin-itions, full si'/o, tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

USE ' Silver,; Star J! Starch THE BEST IN THE WORLD Insist on |

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LAWN TENNIS. HAMILTON CLUB'S ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

»*■- '.a-i—i—l—_ ... " r ' [LAWN TENNIS. HAMILTON CIJJD'R ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. SECOND DAY. The weather being at its kindest the second day of the annunl tourna ment of the local tennis club was successful, the ov»l presenting an anin.aterl sight between nine a.m. and seven o'clock in the evcnm.g. A very lrngthy programme had been arranged, consisting of over 80 matches, but so well did the contest- I nnts in the various events respond to tha committee's cull that only two 1 scrntchings hnd to bo recorded and nt the close of a long day the club wore in a position of security to finish t'o scheduled programme to day. Stirring tennis was witnessed . throughout, all of yesterday, especi ally in the Singles Championship and Mixed Doubles, nnd interest was high from early in the morning until sun set. The progress of the candidates for championship honours was eager- . • ly watched. Maudsley won his second | round from Dunnon in straight sets, li't found Johnstone in 1he third | ■round too ...

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PORTLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

PORTLAND RACES. Owners and trainers are reminded that nonvnutions for the Portland Racing Club's annual .meeting, to bo held on Thursday, February 12, close with the hon. secretary, Mr. E. Smith, next Thursday evening at ten o'clock.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. EASTERN BENGAL MANOEUVRES. UNPRECEDENTED ENTHUSIASM. CALCUTTA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

n BUTISR'S TELEGRAMS. EASTERN BENGAL MANOEUVRES. UNPRECEDENTED ENTHUSIASM. CALCUTTA, Mo ulay. Advices received hero state that BoldierH takinfc cart in tho Eastern onrt in the manoeuvres doscribca the at tho perfervid popular wtlcome. Kijjht thousand British troops were concentrated in and around Dacca, Lieutenant-Gencral Sir Ho<bert Scal lon commands the battalions of tho Hi ark Watch, tho Argyll and Suther land Highlanders, other Bricish re giments, and four batteries oi artil lery, which include some of t)io smartest corps In the British army. Very few people in tho district had ever set oyos upon British oOidiers. There had been no regulars in Dacca since tho native detachment which parrisoned the Iprt during the mutiny! in 1857. The country is remote froji the frontiers, and is cut ofl by riv ers ami swamps from tho routes fre quented by troops, and is the centre of nppressive sedition. The selection of such an, area for manoeuvres is a new departure, anil the regime...

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BOXING. "MAT" WELLS AS A WELTER. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

BOXING "MAT" WELLS AS A WELTER. (Reuter'8 Telegram.) SYDNEY. Monday. Aa irevionsly predicted " Matt " Wells has gon» from the lightweight 1o the welterweight ranks, and his first match in that division will lie against " Johnny" Summers, in Sydney, on February 14. The win ner is to .meet "Tom" M'Cormlck.

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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Monday. Following in the official forecast for Tuesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. (Wiro From Our Corrospcn&dciitt) MELBOURNE, Monday. Following in the official lorccast for Tuesday More or less cloudy anil unsettled : in northern and eastern half, witl fiom*? rain and thundcrfltorniK, hu (generally fine elsewhere : frcsheninj i Bouth-westcrly winds.

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AMATEUR ATHLETICS. AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. MELBOURNE, Monday. The amateur athletic championships were concluded to-day. Following are the results:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

AMATEUR ATHLETICS AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPION SHIPS. {Wire From Our Correspondent.) MRT,BOUPNE. Mondav. The amateur ntliletic chainpion were concluded to-day. rollo»v in<* are the results :— 120yds.—L. Wallman (S.A.). 1 • G. Kill dell (N.Z.), 2: R. Temuleto i (America), 3. Time, 15 7-lOth sees. 220yds.—G. Parker (America), 1 • J. Bruton (Vic.). 2: H. Neate (Vic.*. 3. Won by three yards. Time, 3mln. 22lsecs.. 440yds Hurdle Race.—R. Watson (Vic.), 1 • G. Kiddell (N.Z.), 2 : 1,. Duffy (Vic.), 3. Won by two 7ards. Time,' 53 6-10th sees. Three Mile Walk.—A. PicbarJ, (N. S.W.), 1 : W. Murray (Vic.), 2 • L. Cox (Vic., 3. Time, 22mins. lc 4-5-tli sees. •Throwing the Hammer.—J. Holm (N.Z.), 1; W. O'Reilly (N.S.%.) 2; D. M'Grath (Q.), 3 ; E. i'l}jghey (^trierica). 4. One Mile.—J. Power (America*, 1 • A. Thorpe (N.S.W.), 2 ; D. Turn-bull (Vic.), 3. Time, 4min. 25 4-5tj sees. This constitutes a Victorian locord. Five Mile Victorian Championship Bicycle Race.—A. M'Donald. i ; G. Watson, 2 ;...

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ROWING. ALBERT PARK REGATTA. MELBOURNE, Monday. The annual regatta was held at Albert Park to-day. Results:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

ROWING ALBERT PARK REGATTA. (WIro From Our Correspondent.! MELBOURNE. Monday. Thn annual ree-ntta was held at Albert Pari to-dny. Results :— Maiden Pa'rs.—Footsciay, 1 ; Wen doureo, 2 ; South Melbourne, 3. Maiden Fculls.—Dobaon (Univer sttyl, 1 ; Cooper (Mercantile), 2. Maiden Fours.—Albeit Park, 1 ; Nngamliie, ?, ; Wendouree, 3. Ponior Pairs.—Richmond, 1 ; Mer crntilf>, 2 ; Esssndon, 3. Mnidpn Eights.—Mercantdle, 1 ; Banks, 2. 1 Lightweight MaWon Fours.—Albert Pane, 1 ; Hawthorn, 2 ; Civil Ser vice, 3. .junior I'airs.—Hawthorn, 1 ; Rich mond, t. Senior Fours.—Albert Park, 1 ; Civil Service, 2. Ladies' Fours.—Alber'j Turk, 1 ■ Wnmmiiibool, 2. '

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ADELAIDE RACES. (Reuter's Telegram.) ADELAIDE, Monday. The Foundation Day meeting of the Adelaide Racing Club was held to-day. Following are the resul[?]s:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

ADELAIDE RACES. (Reuter's Telegram.) ADELAIDE. Moi.^av. The Foundation DaV meetim* of tile Adelaii'o Racine Club was lieia to dp'"'. Following are the resuKs :— Utiley Welter.—Greensenl, 1 Alraf. I 2- Lontair, 3. Dividends, £8 "/ and , £2/14/. I Malvp-" Hurdle.—Ar"UeMiB», 1 :' Wonder^raph, 2 : Lnnius, 3. Divi dends. £5'4/ and £2/2/. Foundation Hnndf'-an.—H.rt.N"., 1 • Pistol ^in"- 2 : Monte MaLto, 3. Dividends. £9/1/ and £1/10/. j TnrretSeld Stake?.—Silver Streak, I 1 : Trinca, 2 : Leucors, 3i Divi dends, £7/13/ and £1/13/. Tramway Trial.—Lodes, 1 Tremel- , len, 2 : Jamestown. 3. I Knightsbridce Steeplechase. - -Prior Perfect. 1 ; Bdinol, 2 : Druniance. 3. Dividends, £6/3/ and £4/11/. Burnmde Handicap.—Green Seal, 1 •! Understud- 2 • La Revelle, Divi-1 dends, £3/12/ and £2/6/. I

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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914

special sheep sale. On Tpursiay next, 29th inst., Messrs. 'T. H. Laldlaw and Co., in conjunction with Messrs. Young Bros., will conduct an important special sale of sheep at . the Hamil ton corporation yards. Pvcr 12,000 of all classes are advertised, and the offering includes some splendid lines of crossbred ewe3 in lamb, good sta tion bred merino ewes, with which Lincoln rams were joined early, and a nice yarding of crossbred and me rino wethers, the bulk of these being in forward sLore condition. Young shtep will bB w.'ll represented by both crossbreds and mirinos, and the yardine right through promises to be much above the average. As the greater proportion of the offer ing has been specially reserved by district graziers for this sale.- Full particulars of the various lots to be submitted will be found in another column, and the sale commences punctually at 1.3(1 p.m. A dance will te hsld in the Fores tors' hall to-morrow (Wednesday) evening. As a result of the Beaufort strike,...

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