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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
HAMILTON STOCK REPORT I Auctioneers.—Messrs. T. II. L,nid Imv and Co., Messrs. John FcntoD land Co., Messrs. Yonng Bros., Messrs. j P. Loarmonth and Oo., Messrs. J. G. I Stewart and Co., Mcpsrs. Dalgety and f'o., Mr. Alfred Tatlock, Messrs. Iteid and Brown. I' Fat sheep.—We report a vanllngi ol 300 Rood to prime ewes and wethers, including a fair proportion of lntn'bs. These, with a fair attendance of the t.rado present, imct a satisfactory market, though bidding dragged at tiniics, and all except a pen or two found purchasers under the hammer. Quotations — Crossbred Wethers, prime, 15/ to 15/ : do. ewes, 15/ to 15/1 ; wethers, smaller, 14/6 : Shrop shire ewes, 15/1; odd come' ne'.t ewes, prime, 14/ to 15/1 : do., good, 12/ to 13/5 ; merino wethers, ^ood, 13/1 to 13/8, with medium 10/ to 11/10 : do., ewes, 8/2 to 10/1 : cross bred l-tn'-c prime, 14/ to 15/ : lighter 13/2 to 13/9 : do., good, 11/11 to 12/!) ; do., medium, 11/3. Store sheop.—There was only a light supply of mostly med...
WHOOPING COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
I WHOOPING COUGH AND BRON CHITIS. LITTLE . GIIUj SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. • My little girl, agea iwu •"id Whooping Cough and Bronchitis lor seven months," writes Mrs. F. Lawson, 3 Water-street, Camper down, N.S.W. " Sometimes she wa; so bad she would fall down with weakness. Many a time I have pick ed htr up, thinking she was dead. She would hold her brcalh, and I would have to smack her on the l.ack so as to help her to 'brctvthe again. I pave hur a number of cough reme dies, and I was always taking lier to the doctors, and they oavo her ninny coutjh remedies, but nothin had any eflect whatever. One day a lady recommended me to try Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery and said it «"as very .good for Whooping Cough, 60 I got a bottle and gave her three and sometimes five doses a day, "id it seemed to relieve her almost nt once, and in a wce'i's time you would not, know her ; she did not look the same child. Slio iB much fatter, and has never coughed since tnkinz Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
- BROUGHT TO BAY ■ Are -those enemies of civilisation, Indigestion eni. Dyspepsia, when l'r. Sheldon's Digestive T&hules are «m ployefl. 1/6 and 2/6 per tin. Obtain able everywhere. eoacsKBB&asB m/ THERE ARE A M A KTNyi REDUCTIONS At Our Great m m "Which Commences on Wednesday 4th February. Ladies! Wait for the Fair. si The Iron Store—-Gray-street, Hamilton.'; Three Reasons why you] should go to WHITE'S for Wuii Papers, all kinds of Glass, and I'uiuicra' »nd Ariiais' Matenu.1. ^—He, by hia practical experience can tell you what is most suitable for your requirements. T—TTe soils only the vory boat in each lint of goods, —He charges most reasonably prices. Albert To). 158. Opp. Victoria. Hotel, Gray-st .[Hamilfonj At STEELE'S : 'JC It E MEN'S STORE. Heavily Overstocked Must Empty Fixtures—. Drastic Cut in Prices of Fresh and Up-to-date Goods The genuine character of STEELK'S Sales are well known to tho buying public. (JOMJ5 RIiillT NOW and take advantage of the BEii ....
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. IRISH HOME RULE. ULSTER'S PREPARATIONS, COUNTRY HOUSES CONVERTED INTO HOSPITALS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
ItfStJTER'S TELEGRAMS, i .. , ■ - .. — IRISH HOME RULE. ULSTER'S PREPARATIONS, COUNTItY HOUSES CONVERTED IMTO HOSPITALS. LONDON, Thursday. | Ilozcna of grout country hotis.-s In UJhtsr art> l.cinf; quietly prepared for luj ns hosi itnls in the ovent of hos tihllsB. Each has n full equip ment. Drilling continues nightly in hundreds of centres. All the corps nro leavened with reservists. Mr. William O'Brien, Independent Nnlionnlist lender, speaking at Cork, sxid the Home Ilulc Bill eun't pnss in its present form, which is funda mentally l:ad. Ministers, he says, ^ust secure the sanction of a general election an:l a new bill ; otherwise it will be impossible to call out the King's troops to unforce it.
THE MURDER OF REEKS. A MULTIPLICITY OF RAMSDENS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
I THE MURDER OF REEKS. I A MULTIPLICITY OF RAMSDENS. I LONDON, Thursday. Thtrs are two families named P.ainsden at Wolverhampton and four at Leeds, but all deny any know le ige of the man in connection with ths Ree-rs murder. The police are s'.iill enquiring for the missing man Rumsdtn by means of n aignature in a Liverpool hotel book. Thare arc no grounds for thinking that Ramsdcn was a pas senger with Reeks, but it is sup Fcsed that he was amongst the crowd who saw Kce'.ts's dollar bills. The police are unablo to make any thing of the slips of paper with the nrme "Parsons" thereon, which wns found in Reek's bedroom. Apparent ly they in Reeks' 'writing.
THE STARCHFIELD MURDER. BOY'S FATHER INDICTED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
THE STAROHFIELD TOBESt. BOY'S FATHER INDICTED. LONDON, Thursday. John White, a commercial travel ler, i;i ins evidence at the inquest, on the body of the l:.oy Starchfield, who was murdered Jti a train, sta ted that he saw Starchfield senior and n l:oy at Camden Town station al out two o'clock on January 8th. StiirchlUld dramatically exclaimed, " Tt's a damned lie." The coroner, in summing up, said there was no evidence that tho fa ther tilled 1 if; son. A verdict of wilful murder against th-e father was, however, returned by the jury.
THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
THE ENGLISH MAIL Malls for English ana Continental ports close at 5.40 p.m. at the local post office on the following da tes :— ' Thursday, February 6th. Wednesday, February 111)1]. Thursday, February 19th. Wednesday, Fetruary 25th. Thursday, March 5th. Wednesday, March 11th. Thursday, March 19th. ■ Wednesday, March 25th. • • Thursday, April 2nd. Wednesday, April. 8th. Thursday, April i&th.,'
SALT LAKES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
SALT LAKES (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. I Wuitc a gloom was cast ovor "the district when it becamo known that one of our most esteemed residonts away in tho person of Miss Ross, at tho ago of 48 years. The late Miss Ross was welf known throughout tho surrounding- districts, as sho had spent the greater part of her life in tho immediate neighbour hood. Up to a few montliB ago sho was employed in tho co-operative store, and, lalthough not enjoying tho best of health, she stuck to her work faithfully. Since leaving the business she decided to start on her own account. Sho had a new. storo erected for that purpose, and she cfiiried it on successfully till tho time of her death, which occurred on Thursday last after only a few days of severe illness, the cause of death being liright's disease. Only during tho previous week sho had taken charge of tho post ofllcc, which has recently been removed to her store. Tho remains were interred in the Harrow cemetery on Saturday last, whe...
TEMPERANCE CORNER. (Supplied by the Hamilton Branch W.C.T.U.) [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 31 January 1914
TEMPERANCE CORNER. (Supplied by th.© Hamilton ftrunch • W.O.T.U.) A student onco wroto to Huxloy to as-c 'him what ho thought of alcohol as a trainj stimulant for mental work. His reply was prompt :—" I would just as soon take a (lose of arsenic as X would ot alcohol umlor such circumstances." It is stated on good authority thut quite 120 members of tho Brit ish Parliament which recently opened are pledgeiV abstainers, and a full majority of the House of Commons is sttongly In favour of Tcmperauce reform. Wiston, the world's walking champion, is, like a much-advertisou liquor, still going strong. For over ■1U years ho has been a total abstain er, and recently at the age of ■09, com pleted a walk of 1230 miles in slight ly under 25 'days. From tho latest figures, it appears that the amount spent . in alcoholic liquors by tho peoplo of Victoria dur ing 1910 was nearly four and a half millions sterling, averaging £3/7/9 per head of tho 'population. Nothing like what it has been, but st...