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THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. gvr)MKy; Thnrpflav. TKc Ptatc Parliament has been fi'rthcr prorogued until February 24th. The Premier states that he I'xpedts the House cnlled together for liuf-incs? a week later. The session will he almost wholly devoted to finnncss> ami 'will last about ,-v month or sit wreV's. The strengthen'ns of Ihe Ministry by additional portfolio? for the mor-* effective administration of cl-Tinrtments would be a matter for further consideration.
SAVED FROM THE SEA. A GALLANT RESCUE. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
SAVED FROM THE SEA. A GALLANT RESCUE. NEW YORK, Wednesday. Captain D:an and five of the craw of the schooner Annanbanca have ubandcned 'their vessel 500 miles south-east oi Cape Hace. They ar rived lnre aboard the steamer Indra nia. Despite the tremendous seas Chief OOicer White and five of the Tndrania's men launched a boat, bur were unable to reach the schoo ner owing to the wavi-s. The Annan "blinca's crew tnen leaped into the sea and a boat picked them up safely.
NEW SOUTH WALES MINISTRY ALLOTMENT OF PORTFOLIOS. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Thursday. The new Ministry was sworn in today as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
NEW SOUTH WALES MINISTRY ALLOTMENT OK PORTFOLIOS. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Thursday. Thj new Ministry was sworn in to day. as follows :— Mr. Holmnn, Premier nwl Tr«ni»urci\ Mr. Cann, Chief Secretary and Minister of Mines. Mr. Hull, Attorney-General and Minister of Justice. Mr. Flowers, Vice-President of th Executive Council. Mr. Trefle, Minister of Lands. Mr. Griffiths, Minister of Works. Mr. Carmichael, Minister of Public Instruction. Mr. Ashford, Minister of Agricul ture. Mr. Hoyla, Honorary Minister as sisting the Treasurer. Mr. Estoll, Minister of Labour and Industry. It is considered that the three new members will strengthen tlw Cabinet. Mr. Ef)tell is a special representative of the coalmining industry, and Mr. Ashford is a practical farmer.
THE MURDER OF REEKS. INVESTIGATION FRUITLESS. POLICE AGAINST A STONEWALL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
THE MURDER OF REEKS. INVESTIGATION FRUITLESS. POLICE AGAINST A STONEWALL. LONDON, Wednesday. Ttic girl iriend whom Reeks met | alroard tilic limrrcss of Ireland sta tes thaL Rceiis toM her he had fri?nds at Bourn.moiith, whom he intended visiting. £ha was with him when he obtained his dollar bills from the purser, who took charge of i them 'during the voyage. Kecks coun ted the notes openly in the presence of a crowd that was waiting to leave the boat. , Ho walked ashore with 'the girl, who took a cab and want homr-. Tho police at Liverpool admit that their investigation has ended in a stonewall.' Although Reeks did not ' vls't London the Scotland Yard' offi- , cials are investigating London clues. They have made a fruitless search for tho rral Ramsden. * The erni rant aboard the Gram pian has i roved that; he is noli con nected with ttos Reeks tragedy. Doc tors have discovered that Rceks's last d'nner included peasoup- and haricot 1 eans. These are on the menus of the North-Western...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Spccinl Wire.) iMKLBOURNiR Ttnifwi, Missra. John M'NVhno and Co., stcc'.c anil sliara brokers, " Collins House," Collins-street, Melbourne, report as follows Mclbouni.'. Trams—Buyers 44/3, sel ler.-i 44'6, Fnlest 44/4}. Amnl.^t muted Zinc— Buyers 2H/10}, Rqljer.s 2'J/, sales 23/10}. North Broken—Buyers 5t>/G, Rollers &0'7J, tales 56/7-}. Hampden—Buyers 32/3, sellers 327G, sales 32/3, 32/4}. ' Mount Cuthl-.ert—Buyers 14/, Sill era 14/B, snlcs 14/3. Cathcart—Buyers 3/, sellers 3/fi:. Catlimrt Central—Buyers 34/3, sel lers 35/. Lnnni I.o?an—Buyers 32/3, sellers 32/C, 's:il s 32/, 32/6. Lan^L .Logan North—Buyers a/, sellers 5/4. tifinji IjOpan South—Buyers 16/, (tollers IT/, sales 11/3. Philippines—Buyers 34/10}, sellers 35/.
ALLEGED DEFAULTING SOLICITOR. ARREST REPORTED FROM SYDNEY. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
ALLEGED DEFAULTING SOLICITOR, i ARREST REPORTED FROM SYD NEY. ! (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. Ths detective ofTlce recently receiv ed a telegram stating that Julius Fritz Lcypoldi, formerly a Bendigo folicltor, has been arrested at Ho wards' Beach, Sydney, on a charge of the larceny as a bailee of £,500, the property of George Cooper, a Bendlgo licensed victualler. .
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT AWAITED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT AWAI TED. LONDON, Thursday. (Kg iter's correspondent at Cape town states that the opening of tha fc'o-.ith African Parliament on 30th inst. is awaited with extraordinary interest. He adds that the crisis has brought the English and Dutch in o remarkable sympathy. This was iitriliingly illustrated by the pilbHc meetings and' fiatdrnlsations dm'ing the mobilisation. The 8011th African Government is likely to postpone industrial legislation until public pns3ions have subsided. The "Cape Argus" says the Go er.irtient has inclined a grave res ponsibility, and it will bo nothing short of a national calnmity if the recent happenings encourage an evil spirit of bureaucracy. ' The "Cavu Times'' considers the (hpcrtations unjustifiable legally, but nistifiaWo on the grounds of c'ora monsjnse and public safe'jy. Newspapar coi respondents in Oupe town summarise the public opinion ia various capitals in Capetown: Some unionists, who have hitherto supported the Government, f...
HOW THE PLOT WAS ARRANGED. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
HOW THE PLOT WAS ARRANGED. ■JOHANNESBURG. Thursday. 1 The'news that the leaders were be ing deported'leaked out in Johannes burg through a civilian chancing to beat the inmates nf a prison van ainglni- " The Red Flag" while thcj were being taken to the train. He informed the newspapers, and the news was published 'by the Rand "Dally Mail." The newspapers were then warned 'by tlie . censor not to refer to the matter, and all comment whs forbidden. The deported men wore' placed in a train containing troops. They had no idea whither tlicy were goitig, but believed they were travelling towards Pretoria. All the windows and shutters of the train were kept closed, and th: prison nrs were eventually surprised to find' themselves at' Durban, where they ar rived at midnight. The Port was b'Lrongly guarded by I the Natal Rifles. The water police guarded the passage of 'the train to the steamtr'Ungera. All passenger accommodation on board thH'vis3el had been chartered by the Govern ment. The p...
SPEECH BY MR. RAMSAY MACDONALD. BETTER UNDER FOREIGN POWERS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
SPEECH BY MR, RAMSAY MAC DONALD. . BETTER UNDER FOREIGN POWERS. LONDON, Thursday. Addressing the special conference of Labour delegates at Glasgow yester day. Mr. Ramsay M'Donald referred to the deportation o£ Labour' leaders from South Africa as a cynical con clusion to the South. African war. "The result'of spending a hundred millions of money and thousands of livps," he said, " is that trade union leaders are deported if they brine out men suffering from industria1 grievances. It is not easy for British Commoners to intervene, because it must be remembered South Africa is a self-governing colony, and any in terference from (Downing-street would he resented, even .by the victims of the tyranny, but British Labourites ran raise the question of Viscount Gladstone's consenting to the pro clamation of martial law. The mat ter is beginning to get a little bit too thick. I always thought that under the British flae there were cer tain inviolable rights and. liberties, Including the righ...
APPLICATION FOR RESTRAINT. PROBABLE ATTACHMENT OF OFFICIALS. PRETORIA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
APPLICATION FOR RESTRAINT. PROBABLE ATTACHMENT OF OF- | FICIALS. PRETORIA. Wednesday. WhD.i ths application to restrain tho Government from proceeding with the deportation was renewed in the .SupremJ Court the departure of tho rr.cn was announced, and the co: rt nilowed the deported men's counsel to apply for the attachment of' officials concerned for contempt. Mr. JusUca -Wes'sels -regjretted that he had not sufficient information before him on Tuesday. Had he possessed mors information he woiiid have granted nn order restraining the Government from deporting. If the Government chose to uss force to commit an illegal act no court could stop it. The Government was actiing illegally if it locked up the men &lt;an:I refused them their rights as citizens to appeal, but the Go vernment's use of force was a mat tar for which it was responsible to the citizens.
SCOTTISH LABOURITES' PROTEST. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914
SCOTTISH LABOURITES' PRO TEST. T.ONBON. Wednesday. The Labour party's conference at Glasgow condemns! the ' South Afri can Government's suppression of trades' unionism by armed force as a violation of the elementary rights of citizenship, and demanded Lord Gladstone's immediate recall. Mr. i&lt;eir Hardlc, addressing the conference, pointed out that the net of ind'iirnity for the deportation of sitrU'e leaders required the King's signature. Lord Gladstone could refuse to sign it until it had been sent home for consideration. Mr. L. wis Harcourt, Secretary of St its for the Colonics, refused to receive a deputation, saymg that the matter was solely one for the competence of the Union Govern ment, but promised to obtain par ticulars from Lord Gladstone.