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NORTH HAMILTON SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

miH HAMILTON SUNDAY SCHOOL P.ortiU. Ti;e North Hamilton Sunday sc;,out lu k! its annual picnic on -angary 2.tU ut KtrathKeliar, and an enjoyable day was y.jent. Every thing Was ail that could be desired. 'J he day wes warm, but the shade in tlie Ktrathkellar av^ar.e made it an i(Kai Biot for a picnic. Much crcdit is due to the Misses M'Swain and ihe parents of the chiUU'tu for making the ,j.icnic such a success. •Sjoits >\ere lu.lt for the children. Mr. (_). Pitman, as handicapper, gave e.ery fat sfa'.tion, and Misses Gib son, Kir,(wood, and Walters acted as jidg.s. Following are the nj s Its :—Class I.—Girls' Race — A. Gamble, 1 ; W. M Donald, 2 ; J. Walter.), 3. Class I.—Boys' Raoe — J. Walters, 1 ; J. M Donald, 2 ; W. Mutch, 3. Class II.—Girls' Race—M. Hartwich, 1 ; F. Walters, 2 ; W. Cornish, 3. Infants.—Girls—G. Wal t r3, 1 ; 1. Pitman, 2 ; P. Walters, 3. Infants.—Boys—A. Menzel, 1 ■ J. Mutch, 2 ; n. Emmeit, 3. Class 17 — Bo,s-P.. Mutch, 1; J. Walters, 2 ; hi. Mutih, '3. Gir...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

PERSONAL. "u - J- wraKc, who competed at | the Australasian championship athle tic meeting in Melbourne on Satur day and Monday Inst, will not be returning; to Hamilton permanently He intends putting in the final year of his University course, and to take out the degree of agriculture at tho end of the year.

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PENSHURST MECHANICS' INSTITUTE COMPLAINT OF POOR SUPPORT. PENSHURST, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

PENSilURST MECHANICS' INSTITUTE COMPLAINT OP POOH SUFrOKi'. (From Our Own Correspondent.) PENSHUR3T. Wednesdr v. The annual meeting of members of tha PcnshurBt mechanics' institute was held laBt evenine. There v.us a fair attendance, and Mr. T. Madigan was voted .to the chair. ANNUAL REPORT. The report was as follows':—At tl"e first ordinary meeting of the commit tee, the following officers were elect ed :—President, Mr. T. Madigan vice-president, Mr. J. J. ColUns • treasurer, Mr. D. Greig: auditors, Messrs. D. Walls end D. JI'Ni-c. Twelve committee mce'inps were he.il during the year, and attended a i follows :—Messrs. T. Madigan and K. Aitkenl2, D. Greigi and G. J. Ciiess was 10, J. J. Collins 9, E. R. Court ney 8, R. L. Baxter and H. Keily 4. Owinjf to Mr. Kellv leaving the dis trict. Mr. R. Ross was elected in uis •place; During) the year the commit tee have given their careful attention to the business of the institute. For tv-four' new hooks have been purcuas ed, and the- libr...

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SCHOOL-GROWN MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

SCHOOL-GROWN MAIZE. A wonderful growth of maize may now lie seen on the school experi mental Plot nt North Hamilton, which has oxcited a Rood deal of in terest among neighbouring fnrmors, who marvel at the results o[ a sys tematic and thorough working, or comparatively poor land. A short description of the plot and Mr. .1. J. Jcnkin's mothod of treating the land was published in the "Specta tor" a couple of months ago. It was then stated that the scod had been planted at a depth of four inchcs, and that the following varieties were doing well, viz., Hickory King, Yel ' low Dent, Eclipse, and Yellow Morl | na, Mr. Jsnkin has succeeded in af fording an agricultural object lesson to tho farmers and landholders' ol I the district, whose wonder breads Iout in exprcssivo comments at times. The plot is worthy of attention of members of tho P. and A. Society.

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

The "Cool" A cool, shady nook. A cool, refreshing drink. A cool, delightful Tobacco— iiV-i a n .Mi

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A TOO JOLLY SAILOR. SHOT IN THE LEG BY HOTELKEEPER. (Reuter's Telegram.) HOBART, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

A TOO JOLLY SAILOR. SHOT IN THE LEG BY HOTI'jL KEBPER. (Router's Ttilegrani.) HOBART, Thursday. A seaman named M'Cullooh, of the ilagfibip Australia, was shot in the (eg tj a hotel licensee. It is stated that .M'Culloch frantioally endeavour ed to burst open the doors after hours,, and the licensee became cx citcd find fired a revolver at him, •hitting him above the ' right knee. The, injury ifi not serious. •

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

PROMOTE IWRffiOWlH CUTICURA SOAP And Cuticura Ointment. They do much for irri- j tated, itching scalps, dandruff and dry, thin and falling hair, and do it speedily, agreeably and economically. Cutl"ijrn K<m'i mi l oiuttru-ot ure t1»ro««ho»it thouothi. A IIIhtiI tciiuplc iif cucii. Mill 'A'Z-pacu booklet <>:i tlx* i.tir un.l tn-nl'M'nt iif On HUltuucl f-ulp. wm Jjo-m-sn'u. Aiiuica* 11. Tuwua'dj , &yduey,fl.ti. W.

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BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

i bulk handling op WHEAT in its report, so far as it relates to Australia and New Zealand, the Dom nion Trades Commission states that* the bulk handling? of wheat in stead of flagging is worthy of exami nation. Mr. W. Hutchinson, Minis ter of Agriculture, stated on, Wed nesday that the Government bad had the matter under consideration,' as well as the securing of uniformity of the fair average quality of graifi. The Government's proposal was that the tjhree principal -wheat-producing States—Victoria, New South Wale:;, and Sbuth Australia—should com bine in bringing an expert from Ca nada to ndvir-3 as to the best steps to he taken. The question, added the Minister, would !;\; brought be fore the conference cf Stalo Pre miers. The fesling was that in the event of the other States not falling in with the views of the 'Government in i'egard to 'bringing the Canadian expert, Victoria should take the ne cessary action itself. The Auckland (N.Z.) Gas Com pany's profits for the year 1913 w...

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THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

THE WEATKEr, rESTEHDAY'B HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shade TemDerature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Humid Times. Corrected. liulb. Dull), ity. p. cent. !> a.m. 29.572 57.9 52.0 C4.0 3 p.m. 29.9i>7 16.8 5/.0 50.0 RAINFALL. Nil. SHADE TEMPERATURE. Maximum Minimum. 68.2dog. 50.2deg. Full Moon—February. 11. New Moon—February 25. Average rainfall for 44 years, "rom Junuarv 1st, 18i0, to December 3lBt, 1913, 27.81 Inches. Total rainfall from January 1st, to 9 a.m. on January 29, 88 points. TO-DAY. Sun ri5tB 5.39, Rots 7.49. Moon risp.s 7.20 a.m., sets 8.52 P.m.

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Horsham Trotting Club. SUMMER MEETING.[?] To be Held on Show Grounds New Track. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24th, 1914. Day Before Horsham Annual Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

Horsham Trotting Club. RUMM1CK MEETING. I To bo HeM on Show Grounds New Track. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24th, HIM. Day I3eloro HotkIioth Annual Huce Mcetiiu. Novice Handicap, 1.J miles, of 8 sews. Nom. 8/, no acccpt. Flvir> Mile, 2.45 and better, 12 sovs. .\'om. 8/, accept. 4-/. Ponv Trot, 14 a.u., i mile. Sweepstake of 5/, with tropin' added. H.T.CJ. Handicap, 2 miles, ui 18 bovb. Nom. 10/. accept. 5/ • Far mers' and Tradesmen'!) Trot, i i miles. First, trophy, second 2 sovs" Nom. G/. Handicap Weight and Dis tance Pony Ciallop, M n,U-> { [ur_ ionns 100 yards. A sweepstake of 5/ and .C2 added. Summer Handicap of 10 sovs., 1 h mil"s. Nom. c/, accent. 4/. Entries close February 10th Handicaps declared Fell 17th Trot hniidlcapner, J. Kelly. Further particular;) from I1, W. GHABSOI-I, Secretary,

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

' Onka^ar ingra Racing Club. ANNUAL JtAC'K M RIOTING OM OAKBANK COURSE), ON Easter Monday, April 13,1914. Stipendiary Stewards—Messrs. M. J. Hogan (chairman), O. Hill, anil T. F. Wirtey. Judge—Mr. Harold Hickford. Handicnpper—Mr. >V. C. Hughes. Starter—Mr. N. Camp.boll. STAKES OFFERED, £3100. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of ,C500. To start at five minutes past 12 o'clock. Two miles and tlireo and a half chalnB. First jior.wo, ,6350 ; second horse, £100 •, third horso, £50. Nomination, £1, <->i Thursday, February 26, 1914. Weights declared on Tuesday, March 10. Acceptance, £1, on Mon day, April 6, 1914. The winner of «ny Handicap Hurdle Raco (after declaration of weights) of the va lue of £50 to carry a penalty oT Bibs., of £100 or over, 7tbs. Penal ties not cumulative. TRIAL STAKES, of £150. To start at 12.45 p.m.- Sevan and a half furlongs. Weight for age. First horse. £100 ? second liorse, £30 ,• third horse, £20. For aU horses that up to time oT starting havo not won a ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE THE REMEDY FOR STRIICKES. (To the Editor of the "Spectator.") [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

CRIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (Wi do not in any way Identify jurst'lves w'th the omnlona ol out correspondents. We throw our "Ori rinul Correspondence" column open to any bona fido person who wishes to nublish his views, and all letters Hust be accompanied by the name and address of the sender, not ne cessarily for publication, but as • fimranfceo of good faith. — Ed. ''Spectator.'*) THE REMEDY FOR STRIICK8. *(To the Editor of the " Spectator.") kir,—In your issue of to-day is a I letter hv "Producer." The first statement he made was, " One can- I not pick up a nowsnanpr nf anu cription in which a big proportion I of its news is not referring to strikes or strikes impending. Now, there must surely be a remedy lor all this." Yes, that statement is quite true, but the newspapers do not only point out industrial warfare in Australia, but show that it is world wide. Its action is growing1 with greater force, and there is nothing that can stop it. Why ? " Might is Right." It is the one with th...

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A BUCKJUMPING EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

A BUCKJUMPING EXHIBITION. A considerable time having elapsed &ince a buckjumping performance has been given in Hamilton, Messrs. Beard Bros, .will probably obtain good patronage at their season in Hamil ton. which opens to-night. Mr. Har ry Bear-d is well-known bv reputation, so that no doubt need be expressed as to what, 'his individual work will be like. The whole show,! however, has heen well spoken of bv th>: south ern district press, and, as the praise in this respect is unstinted, it is lair to assume that the programme is meritorious. Mr. Beard is enter ing! into the business seriously, anc promises to present the best Dossiblf. from his collection of bucking bul locks, ponies, other buckjumpers. and bis roue:h riders. Prize money is pro vided for ambitious district hoi se men, and a-general invitation is ex tended to all snob to try their skill. In a general sense the show, is on the lines which has f recently - proved popular in Hamilton.

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SCHOOL REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

SCHOOL REPAIRS. Telegraphing last night, our Mel bourne correspondent informed us th-it the tender of Mr. W. T. Steph ens, of Hamilton, at £454/13/, had been accepted for additions to the Wnllr.cedale North school.

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HEYWOOD-MOUNT GAMBIER LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

HEJYWOOD-MOUNT GAMBIEH LINE. I The construction work in connec tion. with the Heywood to Mumban nar line is proceeding satistactorily, the earth work having reached a point nineteen miles from Heywood, while the/ advance work, is close up to Dartmoor, about 26 miles from Heywood. Horses and drays are re quired by the department. Durin the past week, and more particularly on. Saturday, a couple of large for est fires were burninR.at cliflerent points along the Heywood to Dart moor road, and telephonic connection, was endangered. No serious Jiamaev however, has been reported.

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CASHMERE HEATH LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

CASHMERE HEATH LANDS. j The /work of reclaiming the heath lands at Cashmere, near Portland, has so far proved a very satisfac tory undertaking- for the Government and lor the settlers who acquired blocks. Portions of the land are very valuable for the growth of var ious crops, notably potatoes, which yield up to ten tons per acre. Lasi year when the tubers were command ing high prices in the open market, one settler sold his crop at' 3^ is nor ton, and almost succeeded in ,iayin for his land in the first' year. Dur ing the next few months a further urea "will be thrown open for selec tion, and on this good roads and substantial 'bridges have been con structed at a cost of aibout 17/6 pet acre. This will give the. incoming settler a big advantage, at the start ; and will not increase the price of the land beyond a fair and reasonable, value. The men on the first settled portions are having their wants in the way of roads attended to thro ugh the shire council;- the Govern ment having...

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RAILWAY REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

RAILWAY REVENUE. Til:: aggregate rail-way revenue [or the present financial year, VrUich commenced on' 1st" July. laBt, still continues to show an increase over that for the sarnie period' laflt year. In a statement Bupplied'by the Com missioner it was shown ; to be £3,095,039, as compared with .r2.873,070 in 1313, the increase 'bfeln? £221,369. There lias been an ,ncrertsc in passenger receipts of £30,313 :i par cels, .GC878 : goods, £154.130'; live stock, ,£Sl,811 ; and the figiues foi the Brighton clcctric tramway star.: at £lv,733, as against £9(157 last year. X^nr tlie seven days etjdcu 21sl January 'the revenue wad £.121,545 as against £112.810 for the sarm •week last year. The increase in pa^ senger receipts -was £15871 and I: rocd^ receipts £C200.

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LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

T.EITCH PICTURES. To-morrow night Leitch Pictures will screen their usual 10,000 f eit. vl plays. The star picture will be a two act drama by the Vitagr&ph Ci\., " Under the Daisies," or " As a tale that is told." Leitch Pictures have shown many Vltagraphs, and they nay " Undor the Daisies" is the best Vitagraph thev have yet shown. The second star will (be a two-reel feature by the bubin Co., "Self Convicted," The Lubin Co. are noted for good photography and cowl actors, and their two-reel subjects are not 1000 footers strung out into two reels. Other pictures to bo shown are "Checkmated" (Vitagraph), "Blue or the Grey" (A.B.), "Who will Marry Mnrv" series (Edison), "One Beat Bet" (Kalcm), " Algy and the Fier utto" (C. and M.), "Millinery Bomb" I (Vitagraph), "Chimney-pot Mender" , (Pathe), "In. the Vallcv of the An'de" | (scenic), and the "Topical Budget." The lirst picture will bo screened at 8 I o'clock, and the usual priccs of ad I mission will be dharged. 1

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NO LIKING FOR WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 30 January 1914

NO LIKING FOR WORK. Messrs. H. Learmonth and J. Ahearn were the presiding magis- trates at the police court yesterday.   Thomas P. Magulre was charged on I remand with having no lawful visibl I means of support. Constable Har-' rinston said that complaints were made' of a man about the town, es pecially in the vicinity of fch" hos pital, and he found the accused near Monivae. Witness never saw a dir tier man in bis life. The accused said he had not worked for month*, and since he had been in gaol his conduct was not good. Constable Mahoney supplemented this cvidenci: by stating that the prisoner was v:r abusive and would not work. He paid that work was :io Rood *o lii.Ti, and that lie hud not worked for over twelve months. All he -would do was (to eat and sleep. The accused, enter ed the witness ifcox and made an un sworn statement that wlfcn the cow stable arrested him on Friday last ho wns in search of work. The last placo ho was working at wns Stony Crcok, whero he -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

ALWAYS RELIABLE Lace Curtain LESS THAN HALF PRICE. Curtain Bargains—Horo they aro~ A TjueVy I'uiclneo iroin a irjis&nknn ludontor enablm prices far bolow usiml. Mo'hora,' HMit-ewivG*, H^tol trod iioacdiJijj houso Koepors, not© thuse: 7/11 to 10/6 Lacs Curtains, NOW 5/11 All Lace Curtains, lino nnbraakablo not, with Imudsomi) llor/il and several deeigns, -HJyds long in '•Vliito, Cream and Paris sliudo.H. . They won <1 be <;ond vulus at 10/6, „ , . . now, at CAIUIIEW'S, t.ioy go at 5/1 1 Sea also 11/6 to 18/6 Curtains, Now 811 All aro m'g&d to sliop onrly. . TfumiUo to call, mail yotir ord«r Money ri fundwl if We fail to please. K'agor buyers will make tliose disappear. SEE TIIEML TJ-DAV. . W. H. The Popular Draper. Thomson-street, Hamilton. COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Medicine to Very Young Children and, in many cases the hesitation is quite justifiable; but the Public need not have any fear about HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE This Medi...

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