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GEELONG WOOL SALES. (By Special Wire.) GEELONG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

GEELOHS WOOL SALES. (By Special Wire.) 0 BELONG, Thursday. Messrs. Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Gee long, report The Geelong wooltn'o kers held their second salo o£ the series to-day, and their ten::h foi the season to date. Catalogues to tailing 12,000 tales were I rought for ward by the four selling firms, one of which we submitted a re.ires'nta tive catalogue of 3S74 bales, drawn from the Western, VVimm.ra, an.. Mallee districts of this State, an;; sold (including private sales) since last week 3428- 'bales. The present series of sales will be brought to a : close in Victoria next week. There i was the usual full attendance of buy ere at to-day's sale competition was general and most animated, all occ , tions of the trade operating (reel 1 more especially buyers from the Unit ed Kingdom and America, while the Continental bflyers were much in evi dence. Prices obtained were firm at the best rates of the seasoa, -'in 1 those growers who held their v.'iol over the holidays should be well p...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REPORTED GERMAN COUP FRANCE GREATLY DISTURBED. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

REPORTED GERMAN COUP FRANCE GREATLY^ DISTURBED. PARIS, Thursday. yv 8t.nsAT.ion hns been catisorl by a I report-, thnt Kruppa nre negotiating for the purchase of the PoutilofT en- ' Kinrerini* works at Rt. Petersburg, j •which have Possessed the French art- 1 illnrv mr-dels s-nce they were adopted l>y the Russian Government. The report is denied in Berlin and St. Petersburg, ihut the denials havo not rc-assurcd Frcneh opinion.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. MATCHES AT MOUNT GAMEIER. MOUNT GAMBIER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

CRICKET. MATCHES AT MOUNT GAMEIBR. (From Our Own Correspondent.) MOUNT GAMBTER. Tuesday. In .the weakly two-days' matches in conncction with the local association conimcncod on Wednesday, St. An Kirov's made 83 to 57 scored by Christ Church. St. Paul's compiled 11U to 31 on the part ofithe Unitods. The matches will he concluded to morrov week. Yesterday St. An drew's defeated Glcr.coe l>y 129 to 19 and St, Paul's drew with Ailandale. In the latter match Ailandale made 1X9 for 7 wic^nts (.T. Kekewich 101 not .out), to about 40 for the loss of several wiclcets on the part of their opponents.

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

AiEiliMH LINE. j Australia to London .Via FremaBtl*, Durban, aod Caps tow*. •TKAMBRS DP TO 11,00» TONS GROSS. Leave Melbourne Every 28 Day*. SUPERIOR UP-TO-DATE SALOON ACCOMMODATION. Special Attention is given to the Oomfort and Accommodation of Paa •eagers in the THIRD CLASS. Uurgeon and Stewardess Carried. Steamers fitted witli Wireleas Tele graphy and all Latest appliances to ensura Comfort of Passengers on tke Voyage. SALOON FARES— To London, from £45. To South Africa, from £l(. THIRD CLASS FARES— To London, from £16. To South Africa, from £13/11/. Tickets Interchangeable with P. and O. Branch Service. Tickets avail able for return by Orient line, "ia Buez—First Salooa £110, Secomd Baloon £81. Apply DALOBTY & CO., LTD., Mf>lbo»rm«. THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE. • isiiowln* fin. Fast, New Trris 8er«w Steamers will 1«'« MEL80UftN£ FCR LIVERPOOL AND ~GLASGOW. *!■ SDBLABJS. DOBBAN, ami Capetown Taklag PASSEN&BRS to LONDON, Srfco are aent free per special train j from Live...

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

GAMP'S SALE SPECIALS Double Bed Heavy White Twill Sneetlng, worth 1/2 yd, ... NOW "id. Long Brown Striped Roller Towe's. usual price 1/- ... For the SALE 6d, White Calieo tSut. >"Kirts, Mnalin Frill and Torchon Li.uo ... I II Qrey Tweed SkirtB, I'anol ISack, under cost ixt 4/|| Nutbo Aprons, full bib, 3 Goro Skirt Dark 1'rint or Zephyr ApronB, wash will yr- ... ... 8}'V Jaok Tar Straw Hats, White or Navy Hinding, Silk Cord .... 1/3 Girls' Slylish IXats, trimmed Flowers- and Kibbon- ... .... .... ... ' ... 7/6 Ladies' Straw Hats, trimmail Tlibbon, Tulle, Flowers atd Mount .'8 6 Children's Crepe Dresses, trimmed, pocket and Kelt Ml Lajlies' One-piece Dresses, in Ciopo, Cambric or Delaine 5 II Wliito Maslin Blouses, Embroidery front, turned down collar ... ... 2/11 Embroidery "White Dresses, jBouice finmhud Lace and insert .... ... || 9 Good' Calico Knickers, full sizo, frill trimmed ... I I Longclotli Combinations, fu'l size, trim med Torchou Lace ... ... ... 2/11 Embroidered Blous...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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PRESENTATION AT BLACKFELLOWS' CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

PRESENTATION AT BLACKFELLOWS' CREEK. On Tuesday, 13th lust., after tho weck-niplvt service ut Mr. J. T. Shnrrock's, opportunity was taken ot milking a vrcsontation to Mr. swu\ Mrs. James Kirkwood, who have both taken a very active part in nil clinrc'n work. Several spoke o; tho high fistecnii in which they aro held. Mrs. Kirkwood has aetcd as 'rptn ist for the past thirteen years, and Mr. Kirkwood as superintendent of the Sunday school and teacher of tho Bible class. Mr. J. liush, home mis sionary, 011 behalf of tlio congrega tion and Sunday school scholars, presented Mr. ami Mrs. Kirkwooil with a very handsome leather writ ing case. Mr. K.irkwood, on beiialf of himself and Mrs. Kirkwood, thanked nil for their very handsome and use ful cift, and Raid tlio work they liad both done was a labour of lovj, ile freshments -were partaken of, provid ed bv Mr. and Mrs. Sharrock.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

T. H. LAIDLAW & 66., AUCTIONEERS, 8TOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch Ofllcci nt Horsham, Warrack nabcal, n&inbow, Joparit, Nhill, Coleraine, Willaura. Alio at 437 Collins-*!., Melbourne, Sales of Fat and Store Sheep and CatUo conducted in tha Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every Friday. Fortnightly Salas held at Macarthur and Coleraine. Auction md Private Sales o[ Land and Stock tonductcd in any part of (ho Statu. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of latereit. AGENTS for— Dolgrty & Co., Woolbrokers, Qielonj and Melbourne. TI-IB I.O. A. (The Insurance Office of Aiistrall*, Ltd.) Fire Accident Liv» Btoct. *aka Yoir Will — And Provide for the Future T>* Mean* of THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—19-S1 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. Claim* Guarantee Fund, £10,OH. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, Esq. (Chairman), Colin Temple ton, Esq., Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A., Harry P....

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TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

TENNIS. /HAMILTON DAWN TENNIS CLU3. I In orilcr to cive tlio courts a rest nfter the unavoidable wear anil tear of this annual tournament, it has been decided to closo the oval lo: play until Tuesday next, when i!n> courts will lie acain available as usual. In connection with Ihe Tour nament tlio executive of tho club uVo ? desire to acknowledge their indeswl lK'ss to Mr. 1... J rimer and the coil .ml of the Mmnllton ('ollepe an:l Tvlr. It. A. Kerr in placing their stands it..d nets at th.> disposal of the club O'.ir inir r.ho tourney. As notified clt wlure, owintr to (he shortness of time since the tournament, the con templated picnic to-morrow has b:i .1 postponed until a later date.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

RIFLE SHOCTINC. As the defence forces, to whon 'lie tarects were made a vr liable [or Sat urday next, "Will not l.e U3ing 'lie runse. all members of the Hamilton •Rifle Club are rouuested to attend .it the ranne for the nurnesi o[ fir in» their musketry. Tlie attendance of new memiliera is sncciallv desired. A cab leaves the miniature range at £.15 ,i.m.

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INDIAN PLAGUE IN FRANCE. INTRODUCED BY DOGS. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

INDIAN PLAGUE IN FRANCE. INTRODUCED BY DOGS, PARIS, Wednesday. Somj dogs have been discovered at Marseilles showing symptoms of In dian plague. The Pathological So ciety iiraes the1 exclusion ' of those dogs arriving florin 'countries where thu disease is endemic.

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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Thursday. Following is the official forecast for Friday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MFjIjBOU'KNE,. Thursday. Following is the official forecast for Fridav :— Pome, clouds In- south districts, and a shower or two alon'S const ; other wise fine ; cool westerly winds, squal ly in straits.

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INCONVENIENT FOG. TRANS-ATLANTIC STEAMERS HELD UP. NEW YORK. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

INCONVENIENT FOG. '■'HANS-ATLANTIC STEAMERS HELD TIP. NEW -YORK. Wednssdav. A log, lasting thivc days, com pelled t even trans-Atlantic steamer a to berth off Sardy Hook. Tbey were unable to make port. The in- | cldent is unprecedented.""" /

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LONDON WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

LONDON WHEAT MARXET. LONDON, ThiTS-lny. • The wheat market is null, liule ■business doing. Aiistral'ftn steamer cargocs are sixpence below seilors' ideas. ____________

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SPORTING CABLES. BILLIARDS. NEWMAN V. GRAY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

SPORTING GABLES. BILLIARDS. NEWMAN V~ GRAY. LONDON, Wednesday. 1 f'T, in the Gray-Newman 4000- ?£l ~ Newman (rcc. Crrv' •?« incIudinK ,i break of 257; hrenk „! m incl'"ltnC an unfinished of jOJ, with 471 of tha rftd).

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. PROROGUED TILL MARCH 18. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. PhOrfOGUED Til, I, MAIICIT 18. (I7iro From Our Correspondent.) MRl iBOUftN 10, Thnrsilav. ' The Fc'ilornl I'arlinmcnt has l»co. prorogued to March is, hut 110 da1 haa been fixed delinitcly ioiJUw moot ins. Indications ko lo show Lhat it will probably meet nlioiit the end April or the l-.cgi'nnlng ot May.

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PROTEST FROM MELBOURNE TRADES' HALL. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

PROTEST FROM MELBOURNE TRADES' HALL. CWiro From Otir Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. At a meeting: of tlie Trades Hall Co'Jricil it was decided to send- . a cable to the Imperial Government; protesting a?atnst the depor'-iitidi^ tof the South African, strikers.

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STATE PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT. legislative assembly, (Wlr« From Our Oorreapondent.) MELBOTIUNB, Tliursdny. in tie Leg sl itlve Assembly the Won men's i. ompens-atlon Bill was j further iiis&nsscd in commiltoc. The rt-'.y w^is soent in considering the Gcwivnment s amendment to cover I by St tj insurance for n fortnight cm; lcycrs in the rural industry who pcy less tu?.i\ Xl:o yinrly in wages. 'J'ha (iny was occupied in arguments j to rxti'nd th«j nrivil ire to all indlis tri s. This principle was agreed to, nnd thi 1 ill rnsscd nil staged. The Railway Loan Application Bill wns further considered. In the course of the discussion, complaint was made of the poor carriages provided on country lines. Mr. liayles strongly complained of t.ho unsatisfactory experiences he ha'l met with in a recent trip on fcho Western lines. Mr. A. A. Billson resented these critie'sms, and a wafm exchange fol lowed Mr. M'Kinnon thought the West ern scrvice was an improving one. The bill passed the final stages aw...

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AMERICA'S SPLEDID ISOLATION. WHOLESALE COMPLICATIONS. POSSIBILITY OF WAR WITH JAPAN. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

A"EBi§Mir,D WHOLESALE COMPLICATIONS, POSSIBILITY OF WAR''WITH JA PAN. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. According to apparently . ' weil-in fcrmt-cl press reports President Wil son fwlo that the United Stalria is now reaching the gravest stage re garding Msxico. In view of the serious differences between tfoa Uni ted States and Great Britain oVer the Panama tolls .question, the dis pute with Japan on the anti-alien qui-8'iion, with Columbia over the Panama secession, and with Russia over the Jewish question, the news paper!?" point out that the United States is now facing a period of "splendid isolation," as Britain for merly did. Senators, conferring with President Wilson,'admitted that if Japan . is likely at anv time to go to war with the United States over the Califor ninn qu.al.ion she will most' probably do s > when the United States is eih l(roilcd with Mexico, who is seHously also at loggerheads .with, 'the rest of the civilised world.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Thursday. To-day's Quotations w[?]re:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUGEJWARKET. (Wife From Our Oornwpondent.) MFiLBOURNK-, Thursday. To day's Quotations wtre Wheat—fcSteailier. February delivery, , 3/1 J per 1-UBhcl. ...... • | OatB—Milling 1/10 ; feed, 1/9 For bushel. > Chafl-To £3/12/6 ; • lucerne, to 17/6 pir ton. . ' Hay—To *5/10/; lucerne, to ±»1 15-/, : I rotatoes—£4/5/ per ton. ; j Onions—'To - £6/10/, per ton. Chfc'!3*-Tho •fum'aiicl Is Kooil. prirr<s • matur;;l Pil, Fimi W, prime now 5-lu, foccial 6<1 per lb.: n > Buttsr—Choicest 11'<1, prime li«. Eo-«1 10(1, separator 91 per lb. BKf-a—private lid and 12d, cool rtUtri'-tfl 10''1, spcclr.l 81d, ordinary £il rcr dozen.

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"THE POPE'S DANCE". RECOMMENCED AS SUBSTITUTE FOR THE TANGO. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

" THE "POPE'S DANCE". RECOMMENCED'AS SUBSTITUTE FOR THE TANGO. PARIS, Wednesday. " " Le Temps" states that after questioning several persons regard ing the immorality of the -Tango, tha Pope decided to judge for him self. Two youthful aristocrats gave a demonstration, at the end 6f which the Pope said, "Well, my dear children, you taka your amusements \ ery sadly." He advised them to substitute tha Venetian Furlaria. "Le Temps'" adds that the Furlana, which Is already being practised in Paris, is called the Pope's dance.

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