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BOMB THROWING GANG. STARTLING REVELATIONS. A MURDER FOR TWENTY-FOUR SHILLINGS. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

BOMB THROWING GANG STARTLING REVELATIONS. A MUIUJKR FOR TWIYXTY-FOmi SHILLINGS. NEW YORK, Tuesday. Wholesale bomb outrages' have l.ccn revealed to the policd by the confession of a youth, Alfred t.Ah man, uh'6 is a witness in the trial of a foreigner who is accused ' of bomb throwing. ' Lehman reveals eighty eas.s of at t'mpjed murder by means of bombs and the burning cf two Brooklyn. houses in ortief to secure insurance money. Each bomb thrower was 1 aid ,110. One robbery in which a Chinese was murdered netted Leh man only eight shillings, and two men, who actually killed the Chi nese, also retired eight shillings (nth. L.hman personally planted ci{hlce:i l.ombs, and caused great less of property. The police now believe they have run to earth :m expert gang engag ed in a v.' st bomb conspiracy. As cod if he had never thought of the human lives involved, Lehman declared, tlirit thj killing of humans was jurit the same as tlifi killing of insects with him.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CAPITAL AND LABOUR. (To tho Editor of the "Spectator.") [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. 1 (W# do not in any wav ldontitv ourselves with tho opinions ot out correspondents. Wo throw our "Ori ginal GorreBpondonco" column opun to any bona lid? person who wishes mimTh. lil1" VI'.WS, UIH1 all lcueru must be uc.ompunujd by tno name and addniss ol the Hemier, nfit nu ceBBarily lor publication, but as - tuaninteo of good faith. — Ed. "Spectator.") CAPITAL AND LABOUR. (To tho Editor of the " Spectator.*') fair, X read your leading amine of . Wodnnsday, January mil, 1914, wiricu was on the demands of the »vh.ir( I labourers. The first statement " Although tho trutli is not always told f-'O bluntly as It wsis a fe.v days B£0 by a representative- ot 0110 ot tho leading Australian shipping tmns ■wlicn discussing the new log of wages [or mariner.-;, . . . ' r-vory penny that they got,' he §aid, ' will have to bo paid by tho general n.»v lie, and more, because we are not now making adeifnatc returns lor our shareholders.' " Tin; second .suitc inent was, " Thi...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. IMPERIAL RELATIONS. AUSTRALIA AND GREAT BRITAIN. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. IMPERIAL RELATIONS. I AUSTRALIA AND GREAT BRITAIN. LONDON*, Wednesday. I The report of the Dominions' mission soys that tlie contanissiomn's were deeply impressed throughout Australasia by the desire of all classes to deal with the British Iii'.i j>ire rather than with foreign na tions. not only as regards tari" dvb ference, but a clear find distinct pr ference based on sentiment and pat riotism. 1 Discussing mUration, the report states that labour-savin? macnimry is much more used in ia^riculture \n Australia arid New Zealand than :.i Europe. The test'ape for Immiun.iils ihould fce from 1& to 24 years. Ths town-bred ybuth often finds nis /uiickcr under the new environment than the rustic. There is a jtrouz Undercurrent of opposition in Aus tralia and New Zealand to immigra tion, principally amonj; urban waK« tarners and artisans, who regard tni^ratxon as likely to increase com petition in the skilled labour mAi.ts't. The commission believes that tlie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

RISE (IP EARLY IN THE MORNING -FOR— Millers Sale Is In £20,000 worth of Seasonable Goods offered you at less than original cost A FEW OF THE PLUMS 1—100 Boys' School Cents, Gala tea, were 3/6, now 2'G 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Moie Trousers, worth o/9, now 2/11 3—Ladies' Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were 1/ and 1/G, now 6d each 4—White and Paris Guipure lice Peter Pans and Sun shine Collars, were 1/11, now 1/ 5—Ladies' Panama Hntp, with Corded Silk Ribbon Band Bow at side, 10/6, now 6/11 6—Ladies' Pan Pr.n Hats, suit able for seaside wear, ribbon band, 5'11, now 1/11 7—40 inch Satin Chartreuse, lit 2/11 for oveniug wear, in sky, pink and cream S—Black Satin Charineuso, 20 inch, reduced to 1/11 yard : . I !.l 9—Ladies* Glace Lace Slioes, pomps or strong soles,Derby or Oxford fronts, were 8/11, now 7/G 'I ' ' ' > . ; 10—Children's Tan or Black G!nce Kid Lace Boots, natural foot iorm shape, 7, S, !), were 7/G, now 6/6 : 10, 11, 12, 13, were S/G. now 7/li 11—Heavy Oreniu Damask, 2}\ds l...

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OBJECTIONS TO DEPORTATIONS LONDON NEWSPAPER OPINIONS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

on.; ections to dki'dutations I.CNDOiN NRWSI'APIOR OPINIONS. LONDON, Wednesday. The " Dnily News" says the -de portation of labor lenders is a plain declaration of war against nil lalYoV •ori-niifsntions-, and that the actidn proclaims thnt the workman in nt tair.ttinx to improve his economic position puts himself outside the shelter of the law. The " News' " nhls thnt workers bred nil;ler.British traditions cannot' sit tamely under Kucli a system. The " Dnily Chron icle " regards the deportations as a gritvouf. 'blunder, and sayS" thnt for every man deported, a rio'/on will arise The " Chronicle " ' declares that General Botha and Mr. Smuts are affronting Liberal' op i n i oh thioURhont the world. The "Stari rinfil " says reasonable people will not' rnise objections to the deporta tions, except for the reason that' the deported men are not particularly wauled in Great' Britain.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JANUARY -29, 1914. Tha report on Australia by the Do minions' Trade Commission, a cabled summary of which appetr.d in yes terday's itsue, contains much '.hat is of practical value. During its comparatively short stay in Austra lia the commission was wide awake to its mission, and (ihe reason which its members brought to bf.ar upon the problems it had to face is reflec ted in its report. The needs of Australia are many, and if '-'he country is to he uflcctively occupied by a strong, robust people, all must realise those needs, and do their shore toward Mieir fulfilment. It is not at all surprising that Ihe com mission should have considered the distribution of population and Ulc inipro\ttment of overseas communica tion to constitute our. most urgent needs ; the surprising fact is 1lmt more of those who beliove them selves to be good Australians should have overlooked those two impor tant facts for so long. Had party politics not been so keen during the firs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

auctioneers, stock, station, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch Office* at Horsham, Warrack nabeal, Rainbow, Jepai'it, Nhill, Coleralno, Willaura. Alio at *37 CollinB-B!)., Melbourne. Sales of Fat and 8tor» Sheep and Cattle conducted In tha Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every Friday. Fortnightly Sales held at Macarthur and Coleraine. Auction and Private Sales ol Land andStocK eonductcd In any part of the State. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Ratos ol Imtereit. AGENTS FOR— Dalgrty & Co., Woolbrokcrs, Gselong and Melbourne. thi5 i« °. a. (The Iniuianct Office of Australia* Ltd.) Kir® Accident Liv* Stoc^.,^ Make Your Will— Ani Provide for the Future tyf Means of THE PERPETUAL Executors anil Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—29-S1 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. Claims Guarantee Fund, £10,OH. DIRECTORS = E. M. Hyndman, Esq. (Chairman), Colin Temple tcm, Esq., Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A., Harry P. Henty, Beg. DISTRICT AGENTS— T. H. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

CAMP'S SALE SPECIALS Double Bed Heavy White Twill Sneetlng, worth 1/2 yd. ... NOW ""id. Long* Brown Striped Roller Towe's. usual pfice 1/- ... For the SALE 6d. "Whito Calico Underskirts, Muslin Frill nnd Torclion Laco '... | || Gray Tweed Skirts, I'anol Batik, under coat lit 4/|| Nurso Aprons, full bib, 3 Goro Skirt ... ■)/ Dark Print or' Zephyr Aprons, waali will ... ... .... 8H Jack Tar Straw Ifiitg, Whito or Navy Binding, Silk Cord ... -j/3 Girls' Stylish Hats, trimmed FloweM and .Ribbon ... ... ... ... ... jjQ Ladies' Straw Bats, trimmsd ltibbon, Tulle, Flowers atd Mount 8 6 Children's Crepe Drosses, trimmed, pocfeot and Belt ... ... ... |,'|| Ladies' Ono-pieco Dresses, in Ciope, Cambric or Delaine -5 11 Whito Mislit Blouses,. Enibroidory front, turned down collar 211 Embroidory White Dresses, Bouic^ iinighud Lace and Insert; || Q Good Calico Knickers, full size, frill trimmed | | Longcloth Combinations, f uiod Torchon Lace 1 size, triin 2/11 Embroidered Blouse Lengths in. Creme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

COMPLETELY RUM OWING TO INDIGESTION. TiR. MOOSE'S TiVDfAM ROOT.'PJ:M,S EFFECT RAPID CHANGE. " I wna suffering, with indigestion f"r n period of eighteen months and fornd to 'benefit from nny medicines I'sed," writes Mr. John Henry Yar wood, of Forest Lane, oil Darnard fltrcet, Kcndigo, " My liralth was crvtr.pletcly run down through want of nourishment to the system. l could tnke nothing. into my stomach without retching, on one occasion I went four days without a hito of food My appetite was pone and I could not cat. In mv slucr exhaus tion and despair I tried Dr. Morse's Indian Iloot Pills and can well rc rnt-roinr it ; and earlv improvement •wan discernible, and n'trr taking aj tew doses T commcnced to make rnpkl stridn. towards. my old condition. My appat.ite was soon restored to its normal state, and I suy Dr. Morse's Indian Root 'Pills achieved a positive /.Humph in imy recovery from indiges tion. T cannot apea'< too highly of your (rroat. rcmHv whlnh stands un riva...

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STRIKES AND A REMEDY. (To the Editor "Spectator.") [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

STRIKES AND A REMEDY. (To the Editor " Spectator.") Sir, Australians, whether native llcrn or eisowluru, having uny iegard whatever for the w.tfifaro of this sparsely populated country cannot feel oti.iciwifc'c than d.sheartened at the wuy in which things iire drift ing. Una cani.oc pick up a ntws PfK er <_f any (ascription in which a l'ig l-io, ortion 0l its tieivs. is not re furring to strihts or sti.iKes imptnd „ inS.. . Now, tbtru mU8V sjivly' be, a remedy foi: all this. If: our' Govern ments i.a.o i.ot tho courage or our neighbour*'iii South Atrica I which it is e.idcnt they do not possess), then kt tho prouuetrs ta^o the matter in hand to show tho public, who ap= pear to he ind.il.rent, who are,main tainin^ this country. X ha^e read many able articles on thd above, and from ptrsonal knowledge am convin ced tn-at more tnan half our labour ing lobulation are aga.nst strikes, and are perfectly satisfied- with their prese.it rates of pay, but unfortuna tely in oi;r labo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

THOMAS BROWN, FAMILY BUTCHER, CJRAY STREET, HAMILTON. • Tke Very But ot Meat and 8m«U Good* Kei>tr Rnd Sold at IUmoh ablt Price* . "■Iguhoaw on^ PQhltshod at the flfflw ol toe "Hamilton dpcctator." Qtm •troet Hnmiltm, Victoria, fcy Hta '5iw,irtl Mppon, of Hamilton BSHepaa<ai ffjoyrtomi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

MRS. D. HAIGH, ■llliU. T'iAClfEB OP VIOLIN, PIANO jETC. | (Cort. Knvnl An idomy jin l Trinity Col Jugo of Muuio, London) "Craighc Imno," JJrown-strett. _ 1 Salt Lakes Picnic, Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1914. V.R.C. Hules. Amateur riders. Trial Stakes', trophies £4 ; District Ilnck Race, trophies 50/ ; Salt Lakes Handicap, trophies £6 ; Pony Race, trophies £3/10/ ; Bracelet, trophies 4.4,3/ ; Brush Steeple, trophies £6 ; Trot, trophies £3. All evenU poBt entry. JAMBS M'INTYp;T, Hon. Sccrccary. DUHKiLQ RAGING CLUB. ANNUAL. MEETING. TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1914. PROGRAMME. First Race to start at 2 p.m. .• HANDICAP TRIAL. STAKES, .)t £10. About six furlongs. For ail hor ses that have never won iin ad vertised race valued £10. Entry 10/. HANDICAP PONY RACE, 13.3 a.u:; of £7. About four furlong.? : £1 out- of stake to second pony. En try, 6/. DUNKELD HANDICAP, ol £30 : £5 out of stake to second hortio. Ab out one mile one furlong. Nom ination, 10/ : acceptance, 15/. WELTER RACE...

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. ONE INNINGS VICTORY FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

INI£KSTA1E LRIUK.tr, ON 13 INNINGS VICTORY FOK WWW • SOUTH WALES. j (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. The match between New South Wales and Victoria was roncluilul to day. In their second inninps Vi.-toiia scored 311, and the home team won bv nn inninea and 32 runs. j Following are the scores :— i NEW SOUTH WALES. First innincs 675 VICTOIIIA. F Mt innings ... 332 Scccnd innings. Byder, c Mnssi-, b Kellc-wny ... 30 ' ar eifc, c ll.V.1 y, 1» FolV-ard... 8 Baring, c Andrews, b Massis VI Par , c Mailcy, b Mastic ... 47 S wit, b Macar'jncy 1 Armstrcnr, c Frlkard, b Mailsy 31 Carroll, c Kclleway, b Massic.. 25 1 iernnn, b Ma'l y 5 Matthews, not cut 43 ],u"ton. b Massie ... ^ Lampanl, b Folkard 10 Sundries ... 23 Total ^ ... . 311 Bowline analvris.—Massie, 1 wic kets for 75 luns ; Mailoy, 2 lor. -11 • Folkard. 2 for 61 : Kelleway, 1 for 54 : Andrews, (Mor 11 ;• Macartney, 1 for 46.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE RAND TROUBLE. LABOUR LEADERS DEPORTED, TEN TO BE TAKEN TO ENGLAND. CAPETOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

' nEUTER'S TRIjBGRAMS. THE RAND TROUBLE. LABOUR LEADERS DEPORTED, TEN TO I! 10 JrAKKN TO K'NCJLAND. CAI'IOTOWM, T11c.sd.1y. Tlii! Go.vrnmcnt linn decided to'do Port ton (,f the pj incinjil lnliodr len i:crs, including Mr. Watson, presi dent of the 'frides' I'V'dfi'ntion, Mr. l'o.itsnm, secretary of tiiu n.tilwny mcn'.s Society, and Mr. liain, general .ecictnry of tlic Trades' Federation. The ten lilt vt> licen conveyed to Dur i iii), and will cmliark to-in'glit on a ste.ur.er, which will not toucli port until it readies England. .) 0HAN'Nfiri 1.1 UK'G, Tuesday. Tlio court martial has acquitted Divake and Stuyn of charges of in citing to disorder.

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CRICKET. BRINGALBERT V. MINIMAY. APSLEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

CRI3KET, BRINOALHHriT V. MXN1MAY. (Prom Our Own OoTespondent.) APSLKY, Monday. | . TFe opening crickct match ot tr.o Mitchell Tio,'hy Association was ] laved between Urlngalbert and Mir i nimay on Saturday. Owing to ; liea^y rain, tha game was drawn. Follow'ng nr.; the tccr.s :— Minimay.—E. Slev lien, c A. W. Rterhena, b Angus Stephens, 22; P. Carracher, c A.i.W. Stephens,^"b An g: s Stefh""1?. 4 B. Lavecy, c W. <?raig,- • b-'Wiwh, ,4 ; J. T. Carracher, 1 w., b-Hinch, 2,; T." CJii'rracher, b / n-rus Steph^nnw.jl ;„.H. Block, b F. H nch, 0 ; Gordrn O'Connor, c .T. Staj-hcns, biHinch, 6.; Percy Willis, c J. Ft'3'her,s, b; Stephens, .6 ; Les lie Hawv.ins, b Eranjt Hineh, 0 ; F. C rabtrs'i, not out.'.O ; C. Hawkins, b F. Fincfi, 0.; sundries, .2,: .total, 46 Bowli g a- al^Fis.—Stephens, 4 wkts for 21 runs F. Hincli, , f| for 23. c." Br!n?rl'ert.-^W. Crai<r, c G. O'Con nor, b B. Stthn, r3,2 ; Angus Step i htps, c .T. O.irraclier,. b P. Willis, 19 : •Tcln fte' lic-s,...

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DEPARTMENTAL BUNGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

DEPARTMENTAL BUNG;LING. As nn instance of bungling, vwiuw tli'- " Argus " ), a cdfio'reffe'rreoito in the Legislative Council oa/Tuesilay stands supreme. Mr. A0?.'''?} noticd that Tic'would, on Wednesday ask Mr- Baillieu it it were not true that n school 'building at Cargarie, near Elaine, had befe'n rendered tem •• • ,n Jhv t.hft had 'workman ship and mistakes of certoin Work- j men. It was found that thejteacMr p reskUnce near the school had been built so near the ground that tn ventilation was insufficient, and « was resolved to raise the house Won | the foundation liloeks. During the month of September lust, the work n,en arrived, hut they set to woik on the main school.,building* instead In upon the residence. To imake mat ters worse, they Vlid' such damage to if the structure that it has since been I unfit for use. .Messrs'. Young Bros, will hold their usiml monthly stock Bale nt Wilinura next Saturday, January ;Ust A ninh n aimed Ktockdale, aged r.:i, was found 'burnt'to deat...

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SUICIDES IN MELBOURNE. BY POISON AND FIREARMS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

SU1G DES IN MZLBOURNt. BY POISON AND FIREARMS. (Wire Prom Our (Jorrespondcnt.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Jamrs O'Lonnell, wnari mnuuia, who liccamc ile;rondent because his mal: comr aniens would have nothing to do with him in conse.iucnce of his having given information to the lolicn! committofl suicide on Satur day n'Rht by taking poison. Alexander Fowler, newsagent, oi Kew, marriel, was found dead with a bullet wound over the heart. A I ea rife was lying near >by. _ Fow''" wa; not del.reused, and was in good B[>irit.-i lest night.

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BRITISH LABOUR PARTY. ITS POLICY DEFENDED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

BRITISH LABOUR PARTY. i , ■ ITS POLICY DEFENDED. LONDON, Tuesday. I .a special conference to decide on the Labour 1 arty s electoral and tarliameutary policy was opened at Glasgow. Mr. Hamsay Macdonald, the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour iarty, defended the party's support cf the Government on the ground that ha saw no reason to turn out twi.iadk.-dum for tweedle-dee. He veh niently dtnied that thtre was any secret bargain. It was the Party s duty to support the party Mia1 lug the beat ofltr. The c nferoiue, by a large major ity. aii'ro^Ml of 'j!ic party's policy.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. >n Uio I,e islnti c Council Mr. Hie s lit it jd from Mr. Unilli u the stat mcnt -ilint the ia lwny commis sioners ure to reiort as to what al terations, is fr.i^hts oil 1 rodtice, are nu'psfaiv to .protect '..he inter ests of loui t y i rcdnctrs. Mr. U ckctt ino\ ed tlio second ren dii'e of n bill to provide for the ti.iiiii'.iPal ownership of I rams. Tht1 R^ilw.iy liOnn Hill of .C?,riCO.OOO and t'c Vic'nrian iAmn Bill for .1 l,r00,000 pnrs'd nil s'n^s, nnd-tlia l-'ivsE adjoi'rned at 9.40 till Tues day.

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