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METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

METHODIST SUNDAY SCIiOOU I The proceedings in connection with the opening of the new Mctiii,i'.ist Sunday school were continued las* ev'eninpr in the presence ot ft l vt g< and appreciative audiencc. A -jiizc distribution resulted as follows Firpt class hnvs— .1. Wilson, ] : J. Hocking, 2 : H. Huzcrins, 3. Kirs! class "iris—Ida Terrill, 1 : 31. Wil son. 2 : L. Terrill. 3. Second eia-» bovs—W. Shioham and F. Terrill ffiual ] : C. Mourant and G. Trrni' cual 2. Second diss girls— .'i-li' TV n" M. Phinhnm, O. Martyr, and M. HocMng, eiual. Class III.'—Bo —L. Cox . ani , B. 'Niddrie, e-iuai 1 • B. Huggins and M. Wilson, eaual " Girls—F. Terrill. I. Dunn. E. Dust in-. K. Dusting and M. I.ew'is, fonal Class IV.—Boys—F. Love, 1 • H. ».;«• row, 2 : R. Snillman, 3. Oirl?--(} Dunn. X : M. Dunn find C. Shinim-n ?. Hass V.—Bovs—Roy Mart.vr, 1 F. Thomas, 2 : R. Mourant, 3. Gi'V —N. Teirill, 1- E. Spillmrin. 2; N. BaVer, 3. Fixt'i class--.—Girls — T). Niddrie, 1 : E. Hupp-iris. 2 : 0. Sp...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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REEKS KNOWN TO HAVE HAD MONEY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

[REEKS KNOWN TO HAVE HAD MONEY. LONDON, Wednesday. The Liverpool police have issued- a Statement to the effect that Kwci.s, during the voyaec from Camilla, made no secret of the fact that lie jiossessert considerable sums in Ame rican notes. On one occasion he ex amined a wallet in the presence of Bianv passenecrs. Ho booked a 100111 at a hotel in Lord Nclson-sMxcL so" after his arrival on the X">tli insl. An hour later Ra-nsden boo'ced a room sit the sitne hot'l for two m^'.its. Reeks and Ramsden met at in-cn'* faet next mornine. FMdenLly Hie men became very friendly at ..heir lirst meeting. The polire attach m portance to the fact that the 'jullels passed out at the base of the vic tim's head, Reeks apparently stm! upright when shot. The polire have cabled to the Canadian detec tives to meet the steamer Grar.i:>: »u.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE HAMILTON MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

THE HAMILTON MUSEU.M. ' Re~ret hns recently been exprc.-.hcn at tho manner in whicli the .im.se.iini attached to the Hamilton mccln'.iucs J institute is being conducted. S:.'cr.V valuable and interesting spccimtuis c. natural curiosities ami historical col lections have been made bv on in u-' iasts at different periods, but th nistorv attaching to them is noi available to the public, and ihe srsn ernl impression of the visitor is like ly to be uncomplimentary to th management. A suggestion has been mfldr- tha-i the musdim should bf transferred to the gardens, where small building could be erected wit n tthrough, and the e* hibits netted ofT in a manner Ural would enable lull descriptions i.o lie read by all interested.

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PACIFIC CABLE RATES. A LACK OF ENTERPRISE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

PACIFIC CABLE RATES. A LACK UF ENTEIITIUSE. LONDON, Tuesduy. Tho report of the Dominions' Com mission comments on the anomaly of the Umu omvtaiih charging a ter minal rite cf flveptnee per word for transmission of Pacific cablcs, of which thj rats should be reduced to 2,8 rer word. The Pacific Cable Board lia:l rot f"-own much enier rriso, end it might rrasonalrly lie especttd thn'j its laudable desire to nbolisa d Qcits had obscured Its vi B'on cf larjcr and more ur gent di ti:s. To srend £2,000,000 and then ?eave the cable compf;ra tivily idlo for two-thirds of the day was no'i commercial or pel tic com mon senst..

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BEARD BROS. BUCK-JUMPING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

BKARl) BROS.' BUCK-JUMPING SHOW. Till! Port Fairy " Gazette"'writes: —Srlendid shows of rough rifling ami hucft'-jumping, given under the above management, provided capital cntoi taitament for the i spectators, and strenuous' exercise for the v<5ltlnteers participating in the^n on Thursday an'l Friday nights. The exhibitions took place in a pavilion off Bank street ; ' a portion 'of the proceeds (27//, on Friday night Was generous ly donated to the local hospital ny Messrs Beard Bros. The. firm will give an exhibition in Hamilton on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE LEATHER TRADE. "EXPORT OF HIDES ENORMOUS." MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

THE LEATHER TRADE. " KXroHT f>F HIRKS ENOll MOUS." (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MEL/BOURNE, WefliUM-'.ay. At th:> st t ng uf tne iniernatc Commission to-day, Leonard Lloyd, mrstor ttinner, declared that under the present orndit;ons he did not think it wns possible to manufacture In elf s into loatter ar.d export them at a proPt, because wages here were higher than in any other part of the world. The expert of hides was cn oru.-ous, pml it would not be stopped hy expandinc the tanning industry, unless tanners in other parts -of the wcrUl pay Australian wat-es. Si;uire Kennon, tanrer, of Bich rro-icl, a-dvosat'.d an increased duty on kid 1 a'lier. Ho said he could mafrfi the fmcet kid from Australian fi»btS.

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HAMILTONIAN ROBBED IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

H,\.MILTONUN BOBBED IN AMER • ICA. J he long nrm of coincidence worKP in curious fashions at times. Ancnt thi burflary scam referred to in these columns yesterday the princin-,1 crmerned found in the morning that what, bf hail escaped had turned out in reality in the case of a younger brother, information to this efiect Imvinir been obtained from a letter. The brother in question has been doing' a good deal of travelling through the world gaining experience. He bad, by dint of hard work and ert'Tomy, managed to pay bis way, collecting articles of interest in his journeyings, many of which he prized, and shortly before Christmas hail the satisfaction of settling down in an American town free of dobt. TliiB fact- he communicated with pride to his parents in Australia, and intimated that for some time ahead he purposed remaining in the one town and husbanding his resources. About a week later, however, the young man returned to his lodgings an t found that he . had been robbed of every...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECENT TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

RECENT TENNIS -'" TOURNAMENT. The tennis tournament; which has just been concluded ion. Melville oval provided a gay and attractive , j,cene during its progressjiund its general effect was such as to provide . a solen did advertisemtnt., £o^,Hajjjiltp.n., Vi sitors wert) . pr^stril'' from various parts of the State, some ot tfccm from the principal centres, and th^ were greatly pleased .rwitb the man ner in which everything was conduct ed. Rain on Saturday! intsrfeied slightly with the completeness of the arrangements, hut this notwithstand ing details were carried out with excellent regularity, arid the main spring of the successi Wds the zeal ous and attentive secretary, Mr. J. \V. Loats, who received- fine assis tance from Mr.; J. ■ Duimon, jun. These two gentlemen were well aided an enthusiastic committee. Th? visitors recogiiiscd that everything possible was dona for their enjoyment! and satisfaction. They, therefore, re-' cognised this by deciding to make Mr. Loats a presentat...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Items of News. DISTRICT REQUIREMENTS RECOGNISED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

ttas of I DISTRICT REQUIREMENTS RE COGNISED. In the Legislative Assembly judt ni"ht Mr. Watt moved the second reading' of the Railway Loan Appli cation Bill,' providing lor the raising of £3,86i,U00. Included in the deuiilii are i £1000 for the improvement of the station yard and better accommoda tion at Hamilton, and £28,000 {or the Cavendish railway, which will be completed next year. The second reading was agreed to, and the bill was committed pro forma. Mr. Watt also moved the second reading of the Water Supply Loan Application 15il amounting to £398,024. The bill in cludes --ivision for £3465 for the Hamilton Waterworks, being the un expended balance of. £48,765 to com plete the scheme -proceeding.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE MOUTAJUP FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

THE MOUTA.TUP FIRE. In connection wvitli the firs :it Moutajup on Saturday last, Schultx. sets down the loss of his produce, the work on which he i'.ao jnst finished, at about .CSOO. Hahel's loss totallod £110, and lie insurance had heen effected in cithci case.

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MILITARY CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

MtTJTAHY CLASSRR. Lieut. Filmcr, of the 71st mfnntry rejiinent, desires to intimate to non commissioned officers and privates of the regiment that night ftlasses will he held at the Hamilton -ilrill hall for the purpose of instruction in drill, tactics, and genernl oducationa: ollirlcncy, embracing the particular; m-ceps-nry for success in undertaking tin' examination to he held at n later <lnt'.*. Names should He handed in to Lieut. Filmcr immediately. Tht next night parade of the H company will he held on Thursday, Pebruarj 5.

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MALTESE AS IMMIGRANTS. MR. GLYNN IMPRESSED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

MALTESE AS IMMIGRANTS, MR. GLYNN IMPRESSED. (Wire From Our Correspondent.; MELBOURNE, Wednesday. The Minuter lor Exliinul Affairs, Mr. Clyi.ii, approves of the sugges tion in the Loii i ions' Commission rt\ crt for obtaining Maltese as ira m ig ran Is, who, he th'nlts, would be s iti .1 lo fcr ti e Ncrlaum Territory, first au railway workers, then as sittlcrM. Hb is cons.dtring the ad visa ility of bringing t>fty families and l.jO single men as a start.

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COAL STRIKE BROKEN PENNY CONCESSION ALL ROUND. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

COAL STRIKE BROKEN PENNY CONCESSION ALL ROUND. IjUNDON, Tuesday. • The c^al stri.ers at Clcriteuwell ha e acce, ted a penny pc-r toil in crease, ojjei.ting to penalise good eir-juoyers. The stock markets ore buoyant at th.; announcement that the coal siri..ers resume to-morrow. The Soi;th London Coal Company ar>l rll to operative societies have rrr.cciic-il the penny increase, and other rirms have followed the cx ainile. LONDON, Wednesday. Leading coal firms deny that tliey have conceded the demands o£ tho strikers. Mr. I ocVctt, chalruiAiv ot the society, states that four-lUlUs o'. the coalmen are returning to ,vork on the old terms.

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MELBOURNE HARBOUR TRUST. NOT AFRAID OF BOYCOTT. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

MELBOURNE HARBOUR 1RUST. NOT AFRAID OF BOYCOTT. (Wiro From Our Correspondent.) mf.IJBOUUNE. Wednesday. Mr G. i«'. Holdcn, chairman of tne Melbourne Harbour Trust, says the trust will not be inconvenienced by the union boycott. Nine men were withdrawn from the foreman of tno foundry, but lie believed that the Government was satisfied with tne I trust's action.

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HURRICANE IN SYDNEY. BUILDINGS UNROOFED. POLICEMAN BADLY INJURED). (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

HURRICANE IN SYDNEY. BUILDINGS UNROOFED. POLICEMAN BADUY INJUIIBI). (Heutcr's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. A Mirricane which occurred 111 Hyiu | ncv to-dav unroofed the Metropolitan I Jsusiness Oollego in I'itt-strcet, de positing it on n building! two iloors nway. Ono mnn was injured. Tho wind also unroofed the Waver 1b" public school and nr. Palon's re sidence at Miller's Point, and daiikag ed a number of other building. A policcman and a jrlrl were struck by flyinp debris at Manly. Tho former was severely injured. !

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BOWLING. PRESIDENT'S TROPHY—A DIVISION. WON BY MR. A. BRUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

BOWLING. lMlESJOIiNTS TROPHY—A DIVI SION. WON UY Mil. A. LtHUCR. Ti c Pnal game in the tournament (A di isi.n) for-, the irophy Riven l.y the prrsiilcnt of the Hamilton Howling C'l.tb, Mr. II. M'Luckie, was I laye'l yesterday . afternoon Wetwi<on H. H. Rcid (5 behind) and A. Bruce (4 en), littid with « tl.r:e nnd two ruMied off the points he owed before his opponent got going, but then l'n co went to eleven. From thnt to the fm'sli the latter held his own snd i Hying n-ost consistently ran out a winner wiLh fivt.- points to sorrc. 'l'hirty-sjven ends were ne cessiry to decide tho ownership of ili<; trophy., nnd n large number of onloovcrs were treated to a fine ex hibition rf l-ottlin?, both men sho ving sllent'id form. The winner, who h^s been ri:nn<?r-up in similar com et:tions on t.Ao previous occa sions, was hrrrtily congratulated on I'is success, wtiilj iVid's skilful play s a'so gie-tly ac"m!rc<l. Ths final scores were—Bruce 31, Rcid...

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DUNKELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

DUNKEI.l) HACKS. The Dunkelil ltacing Club will^hold it.; annual meeting on Tuesday, Mar <h 1U, whoii Lhe following- prog'.amnie will l>o run off Handicap Trial h takes, of -CIO ; Pony Hacc, 13.3 a.u., of .C,, s.court pony A1 out, of stake : Ilunkcl.l Hi:ixl cap, of £30, second 1 horse .C5 out of stake ; Welter Itace, I of .18 ; Tony Itace, 11.2 a.ti., of CIO, I fvcond pony £1 out of stake : Flying I }!andira of £10. Nominations closo with the.hon. Eccret.ary, Mr. I C. K. l,ott, cn Thursday evening, [ Felrrary !!•, at eight o'clock. The ' lion, s crctary requists members to I forward (heir suLscriptions ns early I a:i fossil 1<=.

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STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, 1 (T7iro From Our Correspondent.) JIBI.HOUIINE, Monday. I -in thr Legislative Assembly to-day Mr. Watt told Mr. Campbell that he tboi'ghf. there was a good deal in the suggestion that a hill should be introduced providing for a compul sory Fallot before a lockout or strike could t-a;?e place, ^,ut it was impossi ble to do anything this session. Mr. Cotter moved an adjournment to urge mi amendment in the Motor Car Act. I Several members declared that there had been too many accidents latrl\. | M/\ Watt promised to consult the Attorney General to ascertain if the lav required alt ering. I Air. iM'Kinnon moveil the second rending of the Workers' Compensa t 011 hill, which is similar to the previous measure, with the contribut ory clauses left out. Messrs. M'l.cod, Mnckcy, Ttobert son, JlnlTns ami BayUs opposed tho hill owing to the omission of the contributory clauses. Alt. J oh "son supported the measure lmt Mr. Oman recrettoil the omission of th...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE MURDER OF REEKS. ANOTHER ASTONISHED RELATIVE. BODY WITHIN FOUR MILES OF HER HOUSE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 29 January 1914

: ^ REPTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE MURDER QF REEKS. ANOTHER ASTONiSHED RELATIVE. tODr WITHIN FOUU MILES OF HEK HOUSE. LONDON, Tuesday. Mrd. i nrtwrifiht, a relative cf 'lucks, r. silling at Swinton, tvta;foril Elure, states tnat inr seeing the Portrait of Rco's in the newsparei a >vas tilj first, intimation to lur of his (le'atli. The bedy was found within io.r ir ilea of h;r house, hut she was unawarj if he intended to visit her. The WcU'erhami ton pclice are Fa tit; fled that the motor car incident at the It wan public hot's? was not comic t'.-l with the traced;-. The rolice ha', e decided that the ItnniB.li n discovered at I.eec's wa.-i not Pre s's comja:-Ion. He proved thfit he (I'd not travel the Em press rf ire'jind. The policr are again ssMthlnf; for the-real liams Ucn.

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

A POLICY—Be well dressed al ivays,1 the Don pays special attention to correct cut and style. You can't jto wrong with George and O'Neill's high cl^si tailored suits, 65/, 75/,1 14/. We're the rccognised hatters, toymen, mcrcers, outfitters, cool •zephyr and silk, shirta, lustre cents, • Panamas, and motor coats, tennis! shirts nnd trousers. ' I T W A L L A U B * S NEXT UNION BANK, GRAY,ST. A. REASONABLE Discount Allow ' ed off Toys to. Sunday School Or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar-j ball's Thomson-street Emporium. AEEilROSB has Re-opened ,in • Shop opposite tbo Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de Blres to make quick clearances of hlB stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholcsnlo Cost for Cash. BOOKS, Stationery, ami Fancy i Goods, New Local Postcaids, a large assortment of othcrn to se lect from. Australian and Lett's D'nrics for 191-1. Orders promptly attended to. KKNN'AN'S Hamilton Book Ware house, Gray-street. 'Phone 112. BOOTS, Boota.—Good. Cheap A* aortment; also...

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