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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. To day's quotations were:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

| — =r-.-r—r I MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET, j —i—'— t iWJre Prom Our Correspondent.) I MKLBOUttNE, Tuesday. I To day's cuotations wcro :— Wheat—Nothing doing ; 3/G per Imshel. ! Oats—Milling 1/10 ; feed, 1/9 pur bushel. Hay—£.5/10/ ; lucerna, £3/15/ per ton. ClinfT—C3/10/ ; lucerne, £4/17/G per ton. Potatoes—To £4 per Ion. Onions—To £7 per ton. Bi tt«r—Firm ; ohcico factory lljd, rritno bj lliil.p(Tlt). < he-Bi—Steady • prim" nnw to 5.Vd, (hoico to rd, special Slightly matur ed 1 to (Hd ner lt>. ICgi s—Ordinnrv 8:1, private linpR to '1-1 n w 1'iid 1?'l •, ("uok mostly inforlor, 8d tio lid per dozen;

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MYSTERY STILL UNSOLVED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

MYSTERY STILL UNSOLVED. LONDON. TUeadav. I In connection with tha murder ot the young Australian named Reeks it is reported, that the police are send ing an ofHccr by a fast "ooat to. get to the steamer Grampian at St, John's, New Brunswick, on Thurs day. The police refuse to deny or confirm tho report. It has been found that thu passenger referred to gave the name of George Rogers, of Markei-itrect, Huntington, and that the name and address were false. The policc are u^ain in wireless comJ mrnication with the steamer Gram pian. An autopsy has been made to boo whether Ut^ks was drugged, but the result has not btcn disclosed. , Captain Anson, chief constable of Staffordshire, expresses the belief lhat Rial's was not killed on the spot where thti body was found, but that the body was taken there in a. vehicle. Tho man Tiainsden has been four.d at Levels, but he can throw no light on the tragedy. He stales that Keeks was a .casual ac quaintance whom he met in a, litver^ pool hotel an S...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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EULOGY IN LONDON. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

EULOGY IN LONDON. LONDON, Tuesday. English newspapers publish cuiogis tic references as to Lord Denman's services to Australia.

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AN UNWELCOME VISITOR [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

AN UNWELCOME VISITOR Kor licmc time past an unwelcome visitor in the shape of a large snake I of the venomous tiger species has raid visits to several residents in the vicinity of Stepben-utrcet. On more than ono occasion tho reptile wiis Heen on the premises of Mr. CI. TiVric Ut, but even the tempting power of a suucor of milk wns insufficient ' to.induco it to vcnturo from cover. • \estcrday, however, it wns discover ed in Mr. A. Tredren's yard, where it wild t-ventunlly slain, much to the relief of the surrounding residents. Hu snar.e wlicn measured wns found 'o l;c three feet six inches in length.

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A VICTORIAN PIONEER. DEATH AT PHILLIP ISLAND. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

a Victorian pioneer. DEATH AT PHILLIP ISLAND. (Wire From Our Correspondent.') I MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Mr. John Gleeland, aged 87, Una died at Phillip Island. Glwlaml, who was a colonist of 73 yoars, for merly kept the Albion hotel, In Bourke-street, when it was the head quarters of Cobb's coaches. He won the Melbourne Cup In 1875 with Wol lomai.

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Items of News. CAVENDISH-TOOLONDO LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

Items of OAVENDISH-TOO-LONDO LINE. In the Legislative Assembly -<estc: <Iay, 1'he construction of the railway front Cavendish to Toolomdo, 43 miles, was agreed to, oil tho motion of Mr. MacKinnon, Minister of Hail ways, seconded by Mr. John Thom son. Mr. Mackinnon said the line would servo 250,000 square inilca of Kood country, and open up a quanti ty of red gum'. The cost was •.sti mated at £175,105, with £8240 for rolling stock. The loss at first woulu" be £2020 annually, but the line would link the WcBtcrn district with Portland and Wnrrnambool. Mr. J. Thomson, in seqonding r.hc motion, i»ai<l tho line, by giving North-Wes tern Victoria access to i.'a:tUind air1 Warrnamhool, was a guarantee, that the Government -was in earasst as tegards the policy of decentralisa tion. The line from Hami't.m . Cavendish had 'been delay-d Ihrougii a multiplicity of other early works on hand. He thought the Govern ment would have been wise to have acaiuired a large...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

CLOSE SEASON FOB GAME. I Sportsmen should note tnat unuer an Order in Council just passed the clcsc season for' wild ducks, teal, and all kinds of wild geese 'has been alter ed. It will "begin on the 1st July in each year, and end on the 10th Feb ruary, tooth" days inclusive. The same protection is to extend to all kind-: of honey-:eaters. except wattle birds and leather-heads, all kinds of plover other than southern stona plcvei or curlews ; avocetes, pang" gang cockatoos, landrails and other members of the rail family, porphy ria, coots, etc.;'.magpies, native com panions or Australian cranes, and stilts.

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WOMBELANO. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

WOMBELANO. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Monday. Very dry weather has prevailed here, thus enabling farmers to get through w,t.h their harvesting. Hay carting is a' out finished, some re cord oat crops being cartid. Some of the farmers harvested up to 12 bags of oats to the acre. In most cn^C3 very pood wheat crops have 1 een harvested, the average yield being about eight hags per acre. Tlitf opening of the duck season is I not causing much excitement about I here this year, as owing to the long, i dry sptll most of the shallow swnmP'4 have dried up, and very few ' die's nre to be seen 011 the larger and clever lakes,

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MARINE ENGINEER MURDERED. TRACING MOVEMENTS OF REEKS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

MARINE ENGINEER MURDERED. TRACING MOVEMENTS OP REttKS. . LONDON, Monday. It transpires that Beois's week end acquaintance at Liverpool has relatives at Wolverhampton. His home is said to be at L/eeds. Reeks told three people that he in tended to visit Wolverhampton. These included the purser of the Em press of Ireland and a solicitjr be fore whom he swore an affidavit in connection with some Board of Trade papers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

THE BEST IN THE WORLD Insist on Labelled Packages

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THE RAND TROUBLE. MR. CRESWELL RELEASED. JOHANNESBURG, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

THE RAND TROUBLE. MR. ORESWELL RELEASED. JOHANNESBURG, Monday Night. The Government has remitted Mr. Creswell's sentence, ns it does not wish to deprive the Labour parly of enc of its principal mouthpieces in Parliament

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

m W *wTis» : W3 I'm j t y '.kSUM «f"„«■» Cifo THERE ARE AMAZING REDUCTIONS Afc Our Great SI V Hlllt Which. Commences on Wednesday tS 4th February. Ladies 2 Wait for the Fair. iiiinimiii in iiaBiiiiiiiiiwHiHMiwiii ■ ■■iiirniii iill 11 111 nmmiini iTirrTTnrim i JOHN THOMSON & 00. fhe Iron Store Gray-street, Hamilton Three Reasons why youjshcuid go to WHITE'S for w»n Papers, all kinds of Glass, and faiuteiy' pnd Artists' Material. I —He, by his practical axporienco can tell you what is most suitublo for your requirements. * T.—TTe soils on'y the ^ory host in cnch lint of goods. II,—He charges most reasonably prices. Albert White, Color Merchant,' Tel. Ifi8, Opp. Victoria Hotel, Gray-st. Hamilton, ~mm, .!'■» .HIUJMIMlimmgB Great -- Ofearing -- Sale At STEELE'S THE MEN'S STOKE. Heavily Overstocked Must Empty Fixtures. Drastic Cut in Prtc.es of Fresh and Up-to-date Cood1* The genuine cliaractn- of STEELE'S Salos uro well Vnown to the Inlying public. (JOME lUullT iNuff imd tn.k« ud...

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PICTURE THEATRE TRAGEDY. SEVENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST. AMSTERDAM, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

PICTURE THEATRE TRAGEDY. SEVENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST. AMSTERDAM, Monday. A telegram from Sourabaya slates that a fire occurred at a cinemato graph theatre in Boeroes, 'one ol tlie Amboina Islands. The audience be came panic-stricken. Fifty-right children, one man anil 'sixteen women perished, all of them natives.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

RISE UP EARLY IN THE MORNING .! ■ • ■ -FOR Millers Sale H 1 Hill Is In Full Swing. £20,000 worth of Seasonable Goods Offered you at less than original cost • r| ... — A FEW OF THE PLUMS — 1—100 Boys' School Coat3, Gala tea, were 3/6, now 2/0 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Mole Trousers, 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 Lace Peter Pans and Sun shine Collars, were 1/11, few 11 5—Ladies' Panama Hats, with Gorded Silk Ribbon Band Bow at side, 10/0', now 6/11 6—Ladies' Pan Dan Hats, suit Ale for seaside wear, ribbon. bind, 5'11, now 1/11 7—40 inch Satin Charmouse, at 2/11 for evening wear, in sky, pink and cream S—Black Satin Channeuse, 20 inch, reduced to 1/11 yard . i • i 0—Ladies' Glace Lace Shoes, pumps or strong soles, Derby or Oxford fronts, were <S/lf, now 7/6 10—Children's Tun or Black Glace ' Kid Luce Boots, natural foot Jortn shape, 7, S, 0, were 7/G, now 6/6; 10, 11, 12,13, were 8/6, eqw 7/G ...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

personal,. I When in England some time since Mr. G. N. Buckley, of NarrapumelnTV mad-1 arrangements with somei friends for a shooting expedition in the Sou dan. Should no unforseen circum stances arrive Mr. Buckley will 'writes the Ararat. " Advertiser.") leave here in April next, he having taken his passage by the P. and O. boat. He will journey to t'he Suez Canal, but will leave the boat at Ismailia, where he will take the train for Cairo, and thence to Wa'dy Haifa nn'l Khartoum. From there the uartv will proceed up the White Ni'o for about 200 miles for bip game shooting in the southern portion, of the Kordofan district.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

alioit Acetate PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1911. Not every person pauses to think of what a hold-up in shipping meanj to tho residents of the country. Too commonly inland dwellers Imagine that '.ihe troubles of waterside wor kers are peculiarly their own, un;l that their eflcct iB felt only on or ntar tho coast. Nothing could be more erroneous. Every truckload of merchandise r.Ccded for,tlie country! is dependent more or less upon tliel shipping trade, and if there should bo a st'iite thj people of the interior stand to ;niffcr qui to as much as, if not .more than, those who arc nearer at. hand. Every additional penny Paid out in wagju to .i\hart labour ers for the handling of produce anil general msrehandisi; has to be borne by the consumer. First costs, ex J citing those which have to be enr '■ rietl by the primary producer, nro tuwnys passe;! on to the small pvu vhiisu-, atfhoiigli the linth is not always told so bluntly as it waB a few days ago by. a representative, ...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. | (By Special Wire.) MBLBOUItNH, Tuesday. Tlio I>e\v Zealand Loan and iMtr cantila Agency Co. Ltd. report : — Our catalogue to-(lny comprised some GOOD haljs, and Imving regard to tlio latonesH of llu> season, the selection was a wonderfully good one, includ ing as it d=d many high-class me lino anil crossbrud clips, a very lnrge proportion of which was in ex cellent condition. As was the cast? last wejk tho chief feature of the sale was th3 support accorded the market by Yorkshire, these opera tors again securing tho largest share of the odorltigs. An erica also pur chnBtfd fre.ly in both merino and crossbred, as did ti'.ie Continent in any fine haired merino and oddments of all qiif.l ties. Prices as com I nred with thoso current at our sale , of a WB'.'k ago showed little if nnv change. Our top price of the sale for greasy wool was 20Jd, this be ing sici red fcr lambs of the wcll tnown Min'lool dip, from Mount Gambier, S.A., the f.'ei'ce of which made ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

T S >w«j AUCTIONEERS, 8TOOK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, KTO., Hamilton. | Hr»nch Oillccs (it Horsham, Warrack ■abenl, Rainbow, Jeparit, Nhlll, Colcraine, Willaura. Al«o at 437 Colllns-a'j., Melbourne. ALES of Pat nnd Store She«p and CaUIa conducted In tba Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every Friday. Fortnightly Sales held at Macarthur and Coleralno. Auction and1 Private Sales of Land and Stock eonducted In nny port of (he Stats. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of Interest. , AGENTS FOR— | DalRrty Sr. Co., Woolbrokers, Qjelonj and Melbourne. i THE ».0. A. ] (The Iniuttno# Office of AUitralla, i Ltd.) I Fire Accident Liv« Stock. | Sake Voi r Will — And Provide for the Future t>y Means of THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion af Australia Ltd. OUlce—29-31 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. , Claim* Guarantee Fund, £10,0M. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, Eb.i. (Chairman), Colin Temple ton, Esq., Hon. John Thomson, ' H.L.A., Harry P. Henty, Ke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

GAMP'S SALE SPECIALS Double Bed Heavy White Twill Sneetlng, worth 1/2 yd. , ... NOW "Id. Long Brown Striped Roller Towels, usual price 1/- ... For the SALE 6d. White Ciilico Underskirts, Muslin Prill and Torchon Liico | || Grey Tweed Skirts, Panel Hack, under cost at ... • 4/|| Nurse Aprons, full bib, 3 Gore Skirt Dark Print or Zephyr Aprons, wash we" ... ... ..... ... Jack Tar Straw Hats, ■ W Hi to or Navy Binding, Silk Cord .' ... ... • ... 1/3 Oirls' Stylish 1 Tutu, trimmed Flowers and Kibbon ... ... ... ... .... 7/6' Ladies' Straw Ilata, trimmad Kibbon, Tulle, flowers ard Mount 8 6 Children's Crepo Drosses, trimmed, pocket and Belt |;l| Ladies', One-pioce Dresses, in Ciopo, Cambric or JJolainu ... ... 5II While Mislia Blouses, Embroidery ifront, tnmed. down collar .2/11. Embroidery White Dresses, Boaico' Hnibhed Lace and Insert || 9 Good Calico" JCnickors, full sizo, frill trimmed 11 Loogeloth Combinations, uiml Torchon Laca fu-.l size, trim - 2/11 Embroidered Blouse Lengths in ...

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BRANXHOLME SPORTS CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914

BRANXHOLME SPORTS CARNIVAL. ! President, Mr. E. Pierce ; commtttcc, Messrs. N. Ainsworth, C. Dahlltz, I<\ Gorman, J. GouttB, W. Duncan, II. Dare, .Tas. M'Plicrson, H. Pat terson, .Tas. Gougli, Gr. Hanks, D. Fjvnns, H. Routledgc, A. M'Farlane, L. Read, B. Andrews, W. N. v. Read, and Geo. Gray ; lion, treas urer, Mr. M. Atkinson ; .lion, secre tary, Mr. Geo. H. 15. Allen. Tlir Ijranx'lvolnie Sports carnival w.i3 held on Monday under ideal weather conditions, and in the pres ence of n large crowd of people re presenting! all parts of the surroi in? district. Branxliolme was an athletic centre of considerable im poitancc some years ago, and many dtrtinguished athletes of those days competed for valuable tropbies pre sented 1,y public spirited residents^of „,lln„. there were not a tew. 11 wh°r igig of time brought many changes nnd the prestige of the.town, in an athletic sense, decayed until al met with great sllpp, ' tuaUv, SS,;h~S..B'= "ZT\JSi Thr.t the management were iu in...

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