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ANGLERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914
ANGLERS' PICNIC. The anglers' picnic to tbc watjnon., at a point known as ''The Ruins," Oavendish, on Monday, proved mi en joyable outing for those who nmdc the'trip. The -weather was all that could bo 'desired. The occasion was known as the "anniversary" competi tion, the prize lor the heaviest fisb •being donated by Mr. A.Jefircys, and that lor heaviest bag by Mo. R. Young. The first-mentioned was a on by Mr. W. Napier; " wii'li a perch ■weighing 2tbs. 10oz., while Mr. W. Tully sccured the trophy. lor the heaviest bag. The party returned well satisfied with the' day's ouung.
MYAMYN SPORTS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914
MYAMYN SPORTS OUiii.' At a meeting of the Myamyn bports Club a few nights &f?o, matters ■' in connection with the Boxing Day sporte and show were finally settled. A balance-sheet was presented show ing that the accumulated pTofit o! the past four years had reacbcd the highly satisfactory sum of £95. It was decided to purchase -about *25 acres of land near the railway sta tion. On Friday the-transaction was completed at a total cost oi £171 17/, and the transfer (made • l'i the names of three trustees. The land purchased will malto a*n .admirable recreation: grounds ' The coroiwittce intends to . matee certain permanent improvements, whicTij will add to the attractiveness' "and convenience at the annual gatberiife, irad, no doubt, the patronage accoTdcd during i&c Inst law years will', continue wiviic t.ho presentr satisfactory management is uphold. Mr. Thos. W. Saitcnell is jifirdonablv proud of the 6uc\;c:;a[ul fruition of the committee's efloits. A dance will he he...
THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914
THE WEAlHtR. TBSTEKDAY'B HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Humid Times. Corrected. Bulb. Bulb. ity. p. cert. 9 a.m. 23/37 52.8 50.4 8(1.0 3 p.m. 2J.816 CO.O D2.5 '54.0 RAINFALL. 21 points. SHADE TEMPERATURE. Maximum. • Minimum. (>3.2deg. 48.0dcg. Full Moon—February 11. New Moon—February 25. Average rainfall for 44 years, Trom January 1st, 18J0, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. Total rainfall from January 1st, to 9 a.m. nn January 23, 88 points. TO-DAY. Kim rises 5.3S, set* 7.f 0. Mo:in liees G.19 a.m., SetB 8.25 p.m.
[?]DENHOPE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914
CDENHOPF. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Mondny. In the mechanics' hull on Monday evening" a valedictory social - wu.s ten dered to the Kev. nml Mrs. M'.ileekin and family, on the eve of their iepar l.ure from the district. The h.iH was tastefully decorated [or the occasion, and was filled to the utmost with ~'iv>le of all 'denominations. A musi cal programme of songs, violin so los, and part songs was rendovu, af ter which Mr. E. J. Cranage, on f>e half of tho residents, prt seated Mrs. M'Meekin with a handsome hot water kettle, suitably inscribed, and Mr. M'Meekin with a purse of sovereigns. Mr. W. R. T. Sinclair, on behali ol Mr. M'Meekin's Edcnhope congrega . lion, presented liim with » olie^uc. I They and other speakors expressed the -very deep ro-ret that Mr. M.' jloc Mn and his fnmily were leaving tho district, in which they had liv^-1 foe 21 years, during the whole of vlii i time they had assisted verv mater ially in every movoment for the advancement of the district. T...
PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT AWAITED. REPORTED PROMISE TO BRITISH AMBASSADOR. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914
PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT AWAI TED. , REPORTED PROMISE TO BRITISH AMBASSADOR. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. Political leaders are awaiting • a public statement ' from President Woodrow Wilson on the question of Panama tnl s before they Lake 'defi nite action, the Presid'.-nt having liromise:! to ma^e such a jitatem'&iit on future date. It is stated thftt some democratic senators, under the President's Uad, are willing to re verse the Tot s they previously gave in favour of free tolls. ' ! It is reported in the press that before Mr. Uryou left Washington' lie securcd Pir.sident Wilson's promise to. rse bis influence in si-curing thi, "re moval of discrimination favouring American vessels .
RIFLE SHOOTING. NOVICE TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914
RIFLE-.SHOOTING-' MO VIC-IS TROPHY. The tro:hy (a Pair of.field ^looses) donated by Mr. G. Lan*e for novices was competed Tor at tho Hamilton ran*'© on Saturday, The-weather wa?. very boisterous, mn'"inp shooting very difficult, especially so for no vices, who had to mljust all iiltcra tirns thsmsclves. no coaching bei-Mi^ allowed. The winner was found in b. Carnal, with a cood score of 3?. A. M'Millan took second plac-;, one noint behind. Ho nlso shot well. Following are some of tho best; sco res, the conditions herns ten fchots at 500 yards :—S. CJarnell, 37, 1J, i" : A. M'Millan, 33, 13, 4C. ;■ J. ijewis, ' 26, 14, 40 ; G. Nlddrie, 26, . 12, 38. ■ ii _ii3
PANAMA CANAL DUES. EXEMPTIONS TO BE OPPOSED. WASHINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914
PAPP QML DUES. EXEMPTIONS TD BE OPPOSED. WASHINGTON, Tuesday. The President's, political friends ex I lain ;&lt;hat Dr. Wilson is totally op posed to the exemption of American sail s from the canal. tolls. Sena tor lulongintr to the Foreign Re lations Committee, with whom the President conferred on Monday, as sert- Vaat President Wilson inclines to the British contentions, and ag i c-as that Lhc H-ay-Pauncefot® treaty ought to be maintained. If unable to carry this view entirely, the President, it is believed, will try to ca;ry Mr. Adamson's resolution delaying, tin? operation of the ex ernpticn clause for two years until it is seen how the canal pays.
HAMILTON AND DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB'S UNION, NO. 10 PORTLAND SITE STILL FAVOURED BY MAJORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914
HAMILTON AND DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB'S UNION, NO. 10 ]'onrn,AN[) kith s'riUi FAVOUR ED BY MAJORITY. A s. (v:'/il council meeting of &lt;!ele pile.i from various rifle clubs' allili T>'it wJ^h the_Hamilton nnd District T.1M0 Clubs' Union, was held at the miniature range yesterday afternoon. It will lie remembered that, n short time npo a meeting of (ho council dpi Idrd, suhjcct to t.lie approval ol head fiuai'tcrs authorities, that the l.'nion mutches for 1!IM i-'hould be lml-1 at 'Portland, in lieu of Hamilton ns lv>rtt:ifr>rc. The intimation of this. ir.tiT.i'or. did not meet with the de Mred approval, and Mie supervisor oi ril'.e clubs replied to the application ir. the following terms :—" 1 am dir ected to acknowledge the reccipt o! your letter of the 13th inst.., apply ing for i.ermiision to hold the next annual prize meeting of your union nr. I"o;tkut'l. It is noted that it too'v four days last year to carry out yor.r prize meeting with seven targets at your dispos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914
Violin, Singing, Coilo. MISS FLORENCE HAI,LAM A.L.C.M., (Registered Tea cher), has resumed tuition. Miss Hallam is also open to en^a^jments. Terms moderate. Address, Brown street, Hamilton. FOR ALL ... WHITE-m WEAR USE Silver Star Starch THE BEST IN THE WORLD Insist on Labelled Packages & B1 THERE ARE AMAZING REDUCTIONS At Our Great "Which Commences on Wednesday, m? y 4th February. Ladies! Wait for the Fair. Pa \ The Iron Store Gray-street, Hamilton. Three Reasons why youj should go to WHITE'S for Wall Papers, all. kinds of (iiass, and Painters' iirid Artists',,Material. I—He, by his practical oxporience can tell you what is most suitable for your r**quin»mtnts. ' ' ' T-—we sells only tlio very beat in oncli lirit of goods. . . II,—Ho charges must reasonable i>riees. A n*»PT»t* TWTi i4*o The Wall Piper, Glass, Oil and XLlueX VV 111 be, Color Merchant, Tel.158,,,. 3 . Opp. Victoria Hotel, Gray-st, Hamilton^ Creat - Clearing -- At STEELE'S THE MEN'S STOKE. Heavily Overstock...