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THE FESTIVAL CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

THE FESTIVAL. CHOIR. | It -will be remembered that the I rr-tnvo choir, towards the end ct last year, had firmly established It.sclf in ' Hamilton, and, under the baton o! Mr. Warren, rapid ■ progress was made. Its services were called Into renuisition an'd greatly appreciated during the W.O.T.U. conference _ in October last. Members and intending members should note that practice will be resumed op Monday. Februa ry 2nd, in Mrs. Thomson's school hall, commencing at 8 p.m.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

I t.f.itch picTunus. The usual -week-end programme o photo.-plays -will bo screened V?1 Leitch Pictures in the town Ji.ill to nieht. T#p two-reel subjects head the list. Under the Daisies," or " As a tale that is told," is a prelty drama by the Vitacraph Co., and "Self-Convicted." by the Lubin po. is a' particularly interestine sub ject. The Prahran colosseum fire pic ture will also be. shown, togetnor with a complete list o! dramas, co medy, scenic and topical subjects. Selections will be rendered by MiBs Rountrce, and the first pioturc will be screened at eight o'clock.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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DEATH OF AN EDENHOPE RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

DEATH OF AN EDENHOPE UK-SI DENT. A painfully sudden death of an old resident of Edenhopc took place at Nr.nccoorte , on Saturday morning (writes our Edenhope correspondent). Mr. William (Riley left his homo at Jr.lln.kir. on Friday to take up work on the drainage schcvnc near Karra ccorto. About 5 p.m. htv proceeded towards a watcrhole for ,th'e purpose of getting a drink, but. bccame un conscious boforc reaching it. .He was tn ken immediately to-the i*Iarra ccortf hospital, where he 'died at 8 o'clock next morning, the cause of death beins: sunstroke, brought a.:out by working in the extreme heat. Dc ccasoii was interred at Kdetvhope ou Sunday, the funeral being an unusu ally large one. Much sympathy is felt, for his widow anil family m their sudden bereavement.

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FUN IN THE STOCKYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

FUN IN THE STOCKYARD. Some disappointment was occ?. slutt ed last nitrlit through tho rion-tvp pcararice of Messrs. Beard/ JJros.' team of bucking horses and. bulloc'ss, but the explanation \was eiveri by ii»3 management /that the animals had nerlormed at Portland; and tho weather was too hot yesterday to allow of travelling ths whole distance of the journey from Portland to Hamilton. Howeyc", in tending patrons will have the oppor tunity to-nio'nt. on. t>he vacant allot ment 1 opposite the post ofllcc. of witnessing the interesting! exhibition. Prize money ds provided for inlrcpM district horsemen, and a general in vitation is extended to •all' such to try their skill. The show is mana.god on approved lines, and should com mand good patronage.

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STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MKfiBOTIItNR, Friday. The |jCc;isi)itivo Assembly to-day pnssnil tho Melhotirno Tramway Trust 1J111 and the Metropolitan Fire Bri pA.lr' lionrd Kxtcnsion of Borrowing Powers Bill. The second reiulinR of the Adultur nlion of Wine Act Ainriulim,' Tiill was disciisnjtl, after which the House ad journed Li'l Tlicsdny.

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SCHOLASTIC SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

SCHOLASTIC SUCCESSES. Tlie following (snys our Melbourne coirtsponrtentj are included in the srciifssfitl candidates for studentships at the 'IV.richers' Training Collepe : —With trained primary teachem cer tificate : J. W. Stimson, Macarthur State school. With trained infant teacher's certificate : Ivie Rosa, Ko roit State school. Included in the nominations for studentships, i:nilcr which ons year or two years' scrvice as n junior teacher is recjuirofl, 4 arc Mary Egan, Grcv-nwald, via Hey wco:l, and Mary Lewis, I';irV ;idc, North Hamilton.

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. NO MALTESE UNLESS SUITABLE. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. NO MAIjTKSR UNLESS f»UlT A BL13. (Wire From Our Correspondent.! MEI/HOTJRNR, Friday. rile Federal Government dots not propose to draft Maltese in'.i the Northern Territory, as suggested, nn Irsii satisfied that. V.iov would ho suitable, ami would no', interfere with the ncidemie attempts being mado to settle the Territory.

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IMPORTANT TO HOUSEHOLDERS [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

IMITRTANT TO HOUSEHOLDERS The employes of the Water Trust will he tapping the nine inch main n.ar the Hamilton College between ten and eleven o'clock this morn inpr, and tlio work may result in I ti.rr.ing tho supply ofl altogether.: Householders nro therefore informed that it would ho a wiso plan to draw off sufficient water for tho domestic needs prior to tho time mentioned.

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MOTOR BUS ACCIDENT. PASSENGERS ESCAPE INJURY. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

MOTOR BUS ACCIDENT. I*A£SENGEI18 ESCAPE INJURY. (Wiro From Our Oornspondcnt.) MELBOURNE, Friday* a motor nils containing several passengers dashed over a kcrlv stoni jn st- KiUla Tfoad to-day, whilo the owner was attempting to evade a council man who was •v/cukinp on the road. The bus rati over the footpath and dtiFhod into a fence. The passengers I escaped with n. shaking.

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RELAYING WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

| HI5LAYING WORKS. I Telegraphing last night our Mcl , bourne correspondent informed uu Umt the Railway department intends spending £7!),000 in tbo nest few months In additions and improve ments to several linos by relaying tlu.m with heavier rails. The lines iivliidc Hamilton to Portland and Campcrdown to Port Fairy.

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ALLEGED CONSPIRACY. TOMATO-GROWERS VICTIMISED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

ALLkGED CONSPIRACY. tomato-growkrs victimised. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) j MELBOURNE. Friday. Alexander Harlow anil James 1'et-1 torn have been committed for trial on a charge of conspiracy. It is alleged t'h'.it accused induced tomato grc wers in the Echuca district to consign goods to the pretended firm of " .T. Peters and Co., Melbourne," and that their cheques could not be cashed.

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Items of News. CLOSER SETTLEMENT GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

lums of CUOBEll SETTLEMENT GRIEV ANCES. Many of the settlers on Mooralla and Kenilworth are in some trouble. Because of their having failed to pay tlieir rente for last year, bailills have been put on.to their holdings. It is stated that the amounts of ar rears diflor considerably. Officers of the, Closer Settlement Board nave tat en liens over their crops for rents, allowing them onl" for the artificial manures necessarv for the. carrying on of their farms. Many ot I the settlers •arc in debt to storexeep-! ers, who have held to them during the year, hut the officers of ths board say that no allowance can be made i'v tho Government for liabilities of that character. In many cases sett lers havo spent large sums in im proving their properties, by the erec tion of fenoes, houscB, .stables, etc., while some have acquired a goodly collection of stock. Several ol ■ tho I best of the farmers, too, have fallow . ed large areas, and. this. is taken to I be a sign of their earnestness to ' ...

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FIRES IN NEW SOUTH WALES NEARLY THREE HUNDRED IN THIRTY DAYS. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

FIRES IN NEW SOUTH WALES NEARLY THR13E HUNDRED IN* THIRTY DAYS. (Reuter'a Telegram.) SYDNEY. Friday. In thirty clays 275 fires have boon | reported by the New South Wales j Fire Brigades' Board. This is a re cord in the 'history of the hoard. Three hundred employees were rcn tlnrr-tl idle by the fire at Snow's.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

POBLIBHcED DAILY. SATURDAY. JANUARY 31, 19M. The Prime Minister says his party in "going to steam straight aheiid an<l try to get a further accession of strength from the people 4jo enable j it to do the country's business with honour and respect, and with advan tage to the Commonwealth." Thoiifh this is not -the best of meta phor, it may ha taken broadly as a hint that the Government is firmly roocjlverl to push forward toward a double dissolution. No one will doubt Mr. Cook's tarnestncBH when ho says ho is anxious to see the pre Bimt anomalous state of politico rec tified, but a goodly numbor will question h'K and the Government's wisdom in postponing the crisis-mak ing cflort any longer than Is nccca f snry. Section 57 of the Austrnllan ' Constitution lays' it down that—" If Mil' House of Representatives pns-tos any i roposed law, and tho Senate rv ccts or /nils to pass it, or possess it. with amendments to which the Ho'.'si; of Representatives will io'j agree, and if ...

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

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS LEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEEK FOR MARSEILLES & LONDON Calling at Adelaide, Fremantle, Colombo, Aden, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route . Wilh p*rmiuK-n to r.ill at Bfindiji FIRST i*nd SECOND Snlcon only. Return "Ticket to Europe ava tab!o (or Two Year# RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY ... , „ To FREMANTI.F. Stnsfc £7 IOj. to £9 Ilk Return £11 I0i. lo £M 5« .. , „ To COLOMBO Single £27 I0> io £34 2i Retu.n SAO |4i. to £50 12*. To BOMBAY nnd CALCUTTA Sioale £29 Mi. lo £37 Si. Return £44 to £56 2u „. , „ To MARSEILLES Sinse £39 I2i. to £.'8 2i. Return 166 to £116 12s. To LONDON Stn«l» £41 16s. n £82 10s. Rrt irn £69 6i. to £123 4i. Full particular. on application at Company-! Office, 447 Collinwlreet, Melbourne. LEWIS PLUMMER, Agent Local Agont*. . P. LEARMONTH & GO,# Hamilton HX\ Of ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, For LONDON, via ADELAIDE, FRE MANTLB (W.A.), COLOMBO (for India), EGYPT, NAPLES, TOO XjON, GIBRALTAR and PLY MOUTH. 1 Leave 1 Mel- _ 'Arrive S...

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

\ 'B SALE Double Bed Heavy White Twill Sneeting, worth 1/2 yd. ... NOW 7ld. Long Brown Striped Roller Towels, usual price 1/- ... For the SALE 6d, Whito Calico Underskirts, Muslin frill mid Torchon Liico | | Gray Tweed Skirta, I'unol Back, under cost at '4/|| Nurse Aprons, full bib, 3 Gore Skirt 1 / Dark Print or Zephyr Aprona, wash well 8t»l Jaok Tar Straw lints, White Binding, Silk Cord Navy 1/3 Girls' Stylish Hats, trimmed Flowera and Ribbon ... 7/6 Ladies' Straw Hats, trimnnd Iiibbon, 'J'nlle, Flowers nrd Mount 8.8 Children's Crepe Dresses, trimmed, pocket and Belt |/|l Ladies' One-piece Orestes, in Ciopo, Cambric or Delaine 5/11 Whito M jelin Blouses, Embroidery i-'i'ont, turned down collar ... - 2/11 Embroidery Whito • Dresses,' Bodice liniuhud Lace and Insert || g Good Calico Knickers, full sizo, frill trimmed | | Longcloth Combinations, fnil . size, trim med Torohon Lace ••• 2/n Embroidered Blouse Lengths in Creme Voile Boys' Or9*Jr-tTdJt^--B!ousQ8 .. K.B^Vijfed Twead^T^ouae...

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BU[?]ONIC PLAGUE. PRECAUTIONS IN AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

' BUBONIC PLAQUE. PRECAUTIONS IN AUSTRALIA. (Wiro From Our Correspondent.) MKLBOUTINE. Friday Tils l'Yclcriil qunrnntinc nutlioriticn luivc notified (ho hmiitli olMcinls nt 1'Tcmnnt.lc, Dnnvin, nml QtiocnMiuul I orts to tnVo spccial precautions ow in£ io (lie outbreak of bvilmnic pla guo in Colombo.

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

T. H. LAIDLA3 & GO., auctioneers, stock, station, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., p Hamilton. Urnnch Office* nt Horsham, Warrack nabcol, Rainbow, Jeparit, Nkill, Colorainc, Willaura. AU0 at 137 Collins-si., Melbourne SALES of Fat ft ad Store Shoop tad Cattle conductod In the Corporation Yards, Hamilton, ©very Friday. Fortnightly Salon held at Macarthur and Coloraine. Auction fcnd Private Sales of Land and Stock fonduetud In any part of tho State. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Bates ol latcrert. AGENTS FOR— Dalgrty & Co., Woolbrokors, Gjelonj and Melbourne. THE I.O. A. (The lnsu*acco Office of Australia, Ltd.) F»re Acciuent Liv» Stock. Ifsafca Your Will— And Provldo for the Future t>y Means of THE PERPETUAL Eaacutors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Ofllce—19-31 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. CUlmj Guarantee Fund, £10,tM. DIRECTORS : B. M. Hyndman, Ee.i. tChairman), Colin Temple tan, KBij., Hon. John Thomson, N.Ii.A., Harry P. H...

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COMINO EVENTS. FEBRUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914

COMINO EVENTS. FEBRUARY— 4—Ararat • Races. Nominations January 24; Handicaps, Janu ary 29. 7—Ha-wkeedale Races. Nomina tions January 28. Handicaps February 3. 11—Portland Show. General En tries February 2. 12—Portland Races. Entries. Janu ary 29th. 24—Hor&ham Trotting Meeting. En tries, Feb. 10 ;, Handicaps, F-b 17. 25 and 26—Horsham Races. General entries, February 11. 28—Penshurst and District Troltlng Club Races. MARCH— 2—Salt Lakes Picnic Raccs. 7—Victoria Valley Picnic Raccs. Noms. Fob. 28. 10—Dunkeld Races. Noms., Fcl>. i'J • Handicaps, Feb. ' 26. 11—Digby Show. APRIL— 2—Hamilton P. and A. Society's Autumn Show at Flowers, Vege tables, otc. Entries closo 2ni,h March. 11 and 13—Stawell Athletic Sports. Entries, March 9th. 13—Onkiparinea Raccs. Nomina tions, Feb. 26; Handicaps, March 10. 18—Dunkeld Sports

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

ilSE llfc EARLY IN THE -FOll s Sale Is In £$0|000 worth of Seasonable Gctods offered you at less than original cost — A FEW OF THE PLUMS 1 100 Boys' School Coats, Gain tea, were 3/6, now 2/6 2—200 pairs Men's Strong Mole Trousers, worth 5/9, now 2/11 <i 3—Ladies' Fancy Tulle and Silk Bows, were 1/ and 1/G, now 6d each 4—W&ite and Paris Guipure Lpce Peter Pans and Suu sHine Collars, were 1/11, now 1/ 5—Ladies' Panama Hat?, with Corded Silk Bibbon Band Bow at side, 10/6, now 6/11 rl 6 —Latiies' Pan D.nn Hats, suit able for seaside wear, ribbon band, 5'11, now 1/11 7—10 inch Salin Char mouse, at 2/11 for evening wear, in sky, pink and cream j S—Black Satin Clmrmeuse, 20 i inch reduced to 1/11 yard 9—Ladies' Glace Laco Shoes, pumps or strong soles, Derbv or Oxford fronts, were S/ll, now 7/6 10—Children's Tan or Black Giaco Kid Lace Boots, natural foot Junn sh»pi\ 7, 8, 9, were 7/0, now 6/6; 10, 11, 12, 13, were 8/6, now 7/6 11—Heavy Cream Daruask, 2|yds hummed ready f...

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