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TROTTING. HORSHAM TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

* TROTTING. HORSHAM TROTTING CLUB. The programme for the Horsham Trotting Club's summer meeting, it be held on Tuesday, February 24, ib published in our advertising columns to-day, the list of events bein,* as follows :—Novice Handicap, of £3 : Flying Mils, of £12 : Pony l'rot, sweepstake of 5/ witu trophy added • H.T.G. Handicap, of £18 ; Farmers' and Tradesman's Trot, first nouh}, second £2 ; Handicap Weight :in l Dis tance Pony Callop, sweepstake ji 5/ and £2 added i Summer Handicap, jl itlOI. Entries close with the secrcuu}, Mr. F. W. Graiuscli, on Feliruatv 10.

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BOXING. DRISCOLL BREAKS AN ARM. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

BOXING imiSCOLL, BREAKS AN ARM. (Wire From Our Correspondent,) MELBOURNE. Thursday. Boyc Driscoll, an English feather weight, broke an arm last night while training for a contest Willi George Taylor. Charley Simpson takes Driscoll's place.

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HAWKESDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

HAWKJ3SDAL.E HACKS. B'bllowinj are the nominations for itho HawAtfsdaie Racing Clubs an nual m'-ctiiig, to Le lii-ld 011 Satur day, February 7 :— 11L HDL 15 IIA CIO. Minneboro Jvuro H.cucait iM'Cormiek TRIAL HANDICAP. Vours find JMmo Correi Scottish Club Pistun Wambigal Ornate VucliL'ron Altarllame Prhatetr Bunkum Golden \ ala Wynne Wasscca PONY RACE. Dora Rolunia Thunder Lassie Lady Arden Golden Ray Una Piccolo HAWKESDALE HANDICAP. Wambiffal Sotnbrous Major Eight Bevcnski Dalesman Vodski DRUSH STEEPLECHASE. Minneboro J.II.B. Lord Fyans Paxski M'Cormick Vasseca Calabash Cuach Bunkum HACK RACE. Scottish Club Buza'ta Neap Tide Sombrous Mona Kirk Ochre Hock Yours and Minu Marquis" FLYING HANDICAP. Piston Mona Kirk Bevenski Vodski ■Major Eieht Vacheron Privateer Bright Kirk Wynne

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ONKAPARINGA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

ONKAPARINGA RACES. Oncn a-?ain the balance sheet of "the On'-aparinga racing club, issued to March, 21, l'll-l, emphasises the importance of the totalizator. The club races on one day of the year, in 191.'! it spent £2850 in prize money, the receipts on a 7.V per cent, basis from the totalisntdr reached £2411/8/". Owners now pay 70 per cenr. less in nominution and accept ance fees than they did IS vears a»o, the Government stamp duty lust year was £803/16/, rlmrities benettt ed at the same meeting to the ex tent of £14-1/4/, an:l dm-irg the last 25 years the same outgoing totalled £2588. At the last meeting t'-'C total isator staff rcceive<l .C2'J'J/14/. These figures arc interesting, ruid taken from the bnlancc-s>h<-et, v.bich is set out in the simple form of receipts and expenditure, do not appear to allow of any juggling interpretation. Apart from amount at fixed deposit ami ea=h in hand the club received about. £8010 all-told at its single meeting, and c...

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SECRET INDUSTRIAL BALLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

I SRCRET, INDUSTRIAL BALLOTS. Mr. H. ;J. M. Campbell asked tlW Premier in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, whether the Gov ernment will take into early consid eration the necessity of bringing in a Bill on lines similar to the law al ready in force in Queensland and iS'o.v Zealand to provide for a com piilf-orj secret ballot 'being taken un der the supervision of the Govern ment before any industrial lock-out or strike can take place ; if not, will facilities tie-given to a private mem ber to bring in such a measure. The Fil mier, in reply, said that the mem ber for Glenelg had raised a very im portant proposition. It could not be dealt with this short summer ses sion, but would be taken into oon sidoration by the Government during recess, and in the meantime imq.uiry 1 would be made as to the offect of similar legislation in Queensland: and New Zealand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

A' POLICY—Be well dressed always, the Don pays special attention to correct cut and style. You can't go wrong with George and O'Neill's high-class tailored suits, £5/, 75/, 84/. We're the recognised hatters, l.ootmen, rnercers, outfitters, cool zephyr and sili shirty, lustre fouls', Panamas,' and motor coats, tennis shirts and trousers. T WALL, A C ' 8 S A L E j ■BARGAINS From 4th February. NEXT UNION BANK, GRAY ST. i A REASONABLE! Discount Atlow -*-*■ 1 ed ofl Toys to Sunday School or.other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street Emporium. ABEMROSE has Re-opened in _ • Shop oppoaite the Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de sires to make quick clearances ol his stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash. [ ... , , BOOKS, Stationery, and Fancy Goods, New Local Postcards, a large assortment of others to se lect from. Australian and Lett's Di'eirles for 1914. Orders promptly attended to. j KKNN'AN'S Hamilton Book Ware-1 hous2. Gray-street. 'Phono 11...

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING. LATEST SCRATCHINGS. LONDON, Thursday. The following scratchings have been received:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. RACING. LATEST SCRATCHING9. (Wlru From Our Oorrespouclcnt.) LOwJUoN, Tlnirsduy. The following smitrliiiiKS luivi lieen received :— Oakulg-h PlatL—C'a.udl, diuiliKO, Itiver Friuce. Newmarket Handicap.—Sunlike. Australian Cup.—Jolly litvear, Sil lier Lad. Sauucnvn Park Plate—Antoinette.

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THE MEMBER FOR DUNDAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

THK MEMBER FOR DUNDAS. | The "Argus" gaflery man discusses the member for Dundas :—" Since lie has thrown off the cares of Minister ial oifice Mr. Thomson has heccrnc <|i;ite a new man in the House—or p(T liaps it would he better to say thnt the old. man has revived. What ever it may lie, the member for I)un ci a spoke on Wednesday with a fresh ness and humour too .long burled be neath a load of Cabinet responsibili ties during the time that he was a, member of Mr. Watt's tormer Minis-j Irv. He ridiculed the over-careful, driver, who caused far more trouble, than was necessury by passing! n fiinky horse too slowly. " Whenever drivers of horses on country roads see a motorist," he added, " th-ey al ways pray that he'll pass them us fast as he can. I remember when X once chased a horse and driver for •half a mile in a car, and at last went carefully past, the man asked mca wh;i tho h X hadn't gone past before." Mr. Thomson contended that slow motoring was not alwayB tho cur...

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BROKEN SHEARING CONTRACT. WORKMAN SECURES SMALL DAMAGES. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

BROKEN SHEARING CONTRACT. WORKMAN' SECURES SMAIJ, DAMAGES. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) I M KLLSOtJ I'.NIi. Thursday. Patrick Moore, shearer, obtained compensation under the Australian Workers' .Union award, at Yarram, for SO/ and costs, against Peter Lo Grand, grazier, for breaking a con tract when he found Moore had caus ed trouble in other shearing sheds.

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Hamilton Spectartor PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1914. THE FEDERAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

lamtliott %cd«tw i PUBLISHED daily. FRIDAY. january 30, 1314. TI-JK FEDERAL. SITUATION. Tho Federal Parliament (our Mcl-' bourne correspondent informs us) has been prorogued till March 18. It is: thought, likely, however, that the ac tual commencement of business will not be made until the end of April or the beginning of May. Speaking at a meeting of Liberal workers in Melbourne, the Prime Minister said:— " Wn arc going to steam straight ahead and try to get a further acces sion of strength from the people to enable us to do the country's busi ness with honour and respect, and with advantage to the Common wealth. We are going ahead, not by leave of our foes, but by leava of the Liberals. We are going to make a further call upon Liberalism. We shall want your workers to .help us to win this battle. We are out against the Socialistic enterprises of th>! enemy—(eiicers)—and for the pre servation of the liberties won for us by our forefathers. We shall fight with a programme that wi...

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FAMOUS MINE CLOSED I ORD NELSON AT ST. ARNAUD. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

FAMOUS MIKE CLOSED I ORD NELSON *AT ST. ARNAUD. (Wiro Froru Our Correspondent., Mt.LiJUur.NU, Thursday Shareholders in the Lord Nelson CouivW. St. Arnaiul, have decidoa to close the mine, which has pro duced Sold worth £1,250,000, and paid dividends to the value .€■205,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

SAM B. BAGLEY STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, Member ol tho Stock Exchange ( ol Molbourno, ' 408 and 410 Colllns-st., Molbourno. (Three doors above Bank ol Aub ' tralnsia.) Telegraphic Address : BAGLEY, Ex change, Melbourne. Telephone, 874 ; Privato Telephone, Malvern, 872. JOHN M'WHAE & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, " Collins Houbo," COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE. Telegraphic Address : " M'Whne, Ex change, Melbourne." Telephone, Central, 1031. WARD & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, Members ol Stock Exchanges of Molbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney. 383 COLLINS STREET, Corner of Queen-street, ' MELBOURNE. 'PHONES—Central, 7372, 851C.' Address Telegrams : " WARD, EX CHANGE, MELBOURNE." «' WARD'S AUSTRALIAN INVES TORS' HANDBOOK " and "MONTH LY INVESTMENT REVIEW " posted on application. FRANK HAMMOND, F.R.V.I.A. ARCHITECT & LICENSED SURVEYOR Offices s Town Hall, Hamilton. CLEGG, MILLER & CAIN, ARCHITECTS, THOMSON-ST., HAMILTON, VICTORIA HOTEL BUILDINGS. t Alexandra College. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

Hides Grain Tallow Bark Leather Brokers rwnmbalosl J NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE Agency Go. Ltd. Head Office, London. All proceeds are held in trust. Bach owner's consignment U •torod by itself and con bo inspected any time ap to date "of sale. Wool Sales Every Tuesday. Grain Every Wednesday Other Produce Three Times a Week. Liberal '.Advances made. Batter Shipments Undertaken on Owner"» Account. 1HB.EE MONTHS' FREE STORAGE on all Qiain reoaived into Store foom 1st Pecember to 31st Match, after which one month allowed. General Agents.—Victoria,^Rlverlna and Queensland for Cooper's Sheep Dip. 5oto 'Agents In Victoria and Queensland for the Palatine Insurance Co., OFFICES : C0I.LIN8 AND KING-STREETS,' MELBOURNE.

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CASTERTON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

CASTERTON. Tuesday. jjforessor Keats, I)r. Summer^, lec turer on ecology of tlio Melbourne University, and Mr. Whitolaw, of tho Geological department, left Caster ton to-day with the 'University stud ents in geology, who have been in camp with them at. Retreat, engaged in making a geological survey of the adjacent country on cither aide of the Glenelg. The party camplotod a : survey of the country in tho three contiguous parishes of Castcrton, Wando and Burnoolut, examining, the l ocks in various strata out-croppin. • along the sides of lvills and water courses; and obtaining large numbers of specimens for laboratory examina tion at the University. The imme diate object of the work was to pro vide accurate maps of a part of Vic toria that had not previously been surveyed and mapped out for geolo gical purposes. The work also serv ed to give the students opportunity for practical field work under the j direction of their instructor. Profes sor Skeats, supplementary to the theoretical...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

tilSE UP EARLY IN THE -FOR— Millers Is In ^520,000 worth of Seasonable Goods ofFered you at less than original cost — A FEW OF THE PLUMS — 1—100 Boys' School Coats, Gala tea, were 3/6, now 2/6 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Mole Trousers, worth 6/9, now 2/11 3—Iiadies' Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were 11 and 1/6, now 6d each \\ ' • 4—White and Paris Guipure Lace Peter Pans and Sun shine Collars, were 1/11, now II 5—iiadies' Panama Hats, with Corded Silk Ribbon Band Bow at side, 10/6, now 6/11 6—Ladies' Pan Dnn Hats, suit able for seaside wear, ribbon band, 5'11, now 1/11 7—40 inch Satin Charmeuse, afc 2/11 for evening wear, in sky, pink and cream 8—Black Satin Charmeuse, 20 inch, reduced to 1/11 yard . i«.» s'JD 9—Ladies' Glace Lace Shoes, pumps or strong soles, Derby ; or Oxford fronts, were S/li, i now 7/6 10—Children's Tan or Black Glace Kid Lace Boots, natural j'oot Jorm shape, 7, S, 9, were 7/0, now 6/6; 10,11,12,13, were «, . 8/6, now 7/0 . 11—Heavy Cream Damask, 2jyds hemmed ready f...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Messrs. Younghusband, Row v and Co., continued their wool sale9 on Monday, when they submitted, a catalogue of -1089 bales, to a full at tendance of buyers. The catalogue again contained some nice condition el wools, from the mountainous dis tricts adjacent to tlie River Murray, nn.l from Gippsiand also many good cerricbnck and crossbred clips from the Western district o( Victoria and South [Australia, viz :— Nangwarry, which sold up to l td., anil a further consignment of Moyne Falls, which made tire same figure, and Rose Irofik/T F at 13}d. The balance ol ths greasy portion of the catalogue was made up of wools from the North Rnst and Upper Goulhurn. Competi tion was again activc, the improved tone noticeable. last week was further accentuated and prices for all de scriptions with the exception of faulty wools, may (be ,qnoti;l at.fully 5 Per cent, above the closing rates of last year. The weakness noticeable in crossbred'.laml s last week, has entirely disap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

Violin, Singing, Cello. IS3 florence A.L.c.M., (Registered Tea cher), has resumed tuition. Miss H allam is also open to enga?3m-nts. Terms moderate. Address, iJcown street. Hamilton. ML: WantbQ Known rar-HAT ddncan M'lbod, o» d«» I *»ld, 1> preoared to »uyiil) fr»«go»», Uig«, BpiJDg Carta, 01 Bug 1m of Up-to-dat* Workmanship »> •a»on«bl» eon. Anient tor KAil i'lnrve«t«r Coropanj and wl" Mvt t Manure*. Bhozia), »nil teem* of Black mnittolni THE BEST IN TIIF. WORLD Insist on Labelled Packages Three Reasons why youj should go to WHITE'S for Wail Papers, all kinds of Grass, and Paiwtern' pnd Ariisls' Material. I —lie, by his practical exporienco can tell you what is most suitable for your requirements. » <■ —**6 sella only tlie?ery best in e°ch lint of goods. 'I*—Ho charges most reasonable prices. Albert "White, Color Merchant, / Tel, 158. Opp. Victoria Hotel, Gray-st, Hamilton. Great — Glearing -- Sals At STEELE'S THE MEN'S STOKE. Heavily Overstocked Must Empty Fixture...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE BOUNDARY DISPUTE SOUTH AUSTRALIA LOSES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

KBPTBIt'S TELEOIUMg. THE BOUNDARY DISPUTE SOUTH AUSTRALIA LOSES. •m t l- I-'ONDON, WcdncHilaj. PllO Judicial I The Judicial Committee of this Privy boimcil luis dismissed South Australia s n.ppt; it in tno Privy Coun cil ens,.-. T heir Lordship held t,hat . ^h WnS "? tl,:,t "le twosx iicutives contemplated ,'ixine- on Wa de s 1 oundarv lin?, and that in pciit of law the 1 ny was so fixed. Thoir Lcrdtihi; s also found tliat both ex ecutives int-nded to lir. the boundary finally vh.n tl-ey accepted Wnde's line. They i. stnnrcd the net of I ho Lio'i tenant-Governor of South Aus tmlla in proclaiming \u in 18*17. The line was fixed ns naar to the theore tical lino ns the scientific appliances of the time made it practicable.

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MOUNT CAMBIER. Tuesda [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

MOUNT GAMBIER. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuosila I no weat tier continues warm, Sa turday l.eing ono of the hottest days c.f the season. Thrashing operations are continuing apace, dcspiLe the at titude of the A.W.tl. Farmers aro combining and helping one another o.cr the difliculty. The market I rices lcr p.rain and potatoes aro noL of an encouraging na'jure. Po tatoes are realising .(.'2/15/ per ton, and th.) best offeiing for barley id 2/C per bushel. An accident of a s.rio'.is nature oc curred n'j Ghncoj on Wednesday. Mr. A1 j'rt CurLhew wf.s engaged in put tin ; jn a biast ng charge, at the Glen coe quarries, when the fiia'! spit and ignited a la^ of powder' ncar by. A ijrriilc explosion followed, inflict ing t rrihle injuries on Mr. Carthcw. Tin s<in was torn off hi3 face, neck, and shoulders, and other injuries effected. Fortunately, the eves are net serlorsly injured. Mr. Carthew is doing as well as can be expected. Anolher regrettable accident, which was unfir...

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BRITISH POLITICS. EARLY ELECTION PREDICTED. "CHOOSE YOUR CANDIDATES." LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

BRITISH POLITICS. EARLY ELECTION PREDICTED. "Choose youh candidates." IjONDON, Widnesdnv. .. . S^ent activity amongst th» puny whips. Doth sides are 'r.- in,; th? constituencies to select their CAiuliilnteR without delay. This fact is re-nrded in some quarters ns the rre* rsor of rn early election. It is telieved that the Government is rro-.aiing u budcct with the view of 1-r-rclv increasing taxation of the wealth! r classes, and that this is an election wris; budget-, to l)t, followed an e-lcrtion in the summer.

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