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SIGNIFICANCE OF CHANCE[?] LOR'S SPEECH. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
SIGNIFICANCE: of OHANCii'i-' LOK'S SPEECH. LONDON. Sunday. Mr. Lloyd George. is at present spending n holiday, in.AlgiWB..'. ; >v Observer " auesbkms- whether Mr. Lloyd George's utterances: .-neain nil that his more excited friends,Wa* gine. The 'Chancellor's; statomont. when examined,' Js .guarded/ and,- -de spite its extreme imprudence, ap pears to ty) a ruso to keepttfca for ces) of ftadiculisrrn ar>d Latiou'r -toke ther in view of the next; ^6ral elec tions. Tho real, interest-Jp-tho •. •de clarations lies in the fact that if Mr, Lloyd Georgia /is .*&lt;*,. definitely lead the Radical-Socialist combina tion with a policy destructive of.the sea power of the Empiro tttere will be ,no need for a new National patty tp combat .the peril.
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BRBTISH POLITICS MR. LLOYD-GEORGE UNDER FIRE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
"V RBDTKR'fl*" TSLBGRAMS. K;/' " " r.' : .—i—,(..J . BRBTISH POL)fiCS MR. LLOYD-GEORGE UNDER FIRE. LONDON. Snfurvlnir. Unionist 'newspapers nro rnuklng cnpitnl out of Mr. I.»loy-(l George's r'o cent interviow with a frlond at Ono Weth. 'hie " Standard " nsks if Mr.l.loyd George is deliberately precipitating a break-up of the Cabinet over ..tie question of armaments. ' , .'flic " Daily Telegraph " asVa, What- is ,Mr. Lloyd ^George's goal? Wluit situation is lie engineering.,1^' Is he,working with cr agafnst Mr'. Churchill, and flops Mr.-'ABqulth giird th'e 'new development with sym> pnthy. . . ' I -' « • ■
THE SENCHENYDD DISASTER. EVIDENCE AT INQUIRY. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
THE SEtyGHENYDD DISASTER. EVIDENCE AT- INQUISV.. . l6NDON. " Fridiw At the inquiry, fcV."£he'- Office Into the Sfcghenydd colliefy^ difltor ter, Mr. Sbaw, . miriingi ;;angitoeef; stated that the mine was Kassy-'and afisty, Alter the explosion-'-" two lamps were lound open. -PresiiniaWy they liad been opened' bv the 'lwnp raan. The lamps mirEht^'hav« -.'jKode put and been • lafterwards opened' Witness admitted -that bare .o^res v?ere used for. electric signals, thougfi he never saw -sparks -.emitted. .»l»y them. .
SENSATION AT SEA. PLOT TO ROB VALUABLES FAILS. CAPTAIN ASSAILED IN HIS CABIN. SAN FRANCISCO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
SENSATION AT SEA. PUOT TO (BOB VALUABLES FAILS. CAPTAIN ASSAILED IN HIS CABIN. • ■ SAN FRANCISCO. Friday. A sensational i attempt to rob the steamer^.'. .Williamette,. plying ~ along the.Californian coast, was. frustrated by Captain Reiner. As Captain Rei ner-was sitting,.in hirt cabin.'a mask ed. armed man entered. The captain grappled'with, him instantly, secur ing his rsvolver. Shouts and • cries attracted the sailors -who secured the man, who is believed . to be insane from,his behaviour. A confederate, however, who was .also arrepfceij,.. &lt;le clared-zthat • it. had been planped.. .to rob the ship's safe of, a ,Jnta».' ' sum, ajid ±o. ..compel ,,the, passengers. .apd crpw.ito give up all valuables. , ,TUe robbers travelled -amongst .the pas sengers until the: vessel yras fia . tho openvseaj.
YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
i TBSTERiDAY'8 HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet HumUl i Times. Uorrected. Bulb, Bulb. ny. ■ p. cert. | » a.m. 29.&T.1 C5.2 55.7 53.0 i 3 p.m. 29.845 . 74.1 58.G 3tf.O RAINFALL. Nil. SHADE TEMPERATURE).' . • Maximum " Minimum. I .T4;ldeg. 55.2deg. I I-ull Moon—January 12. Average rainfall for 44 \ tnrs, from .IsnUarv 1st, 1870, to December 3l6t, 19,13, 27.31 inches. Total rainfall from January 1st. tri n a.m., on December SI, 1913, 2432 points.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
Shire of Mount Rouse. " NOTICE), ATTENTION- Is drawn to the fol lowing regulations made by ho Board of Public Health, viz. :— Pure Food Act 1905, Section 41. HEALTH ACTS. Regulations' for Sccurin" the Cleanli ness and Freedom from Conta mination of Articles of Food. The Board of Public Health ol ho State of Victoria, by virtue of be rower conferred Mr the Health eta and of every other power en bling tho said Board in this behalf, oth hereby make the following re . ulations for securing the cloanli ees and freedom from contamination f certain artioles of food, to wit, read and meat, that is to say :— No person who sells bread or meat ana no employe of lucb "erson shall receive into any place or vehicle for the reception or stor age of bread and meat for sale •ny bread or. meat which has been returned after delivery at any house. ' I No person who tells bread or meat •hall UBe or nause to be used as a matorial for casing, covering, enclosing or packing bread or meat for carriage or fo...
HAMILTON POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
HAMILTON POST OFFICE. TOWN. MAILS CLOSE at P.O. MAILS ARRIVE at P.O. Apflley ... Barrow Bdenhope riaimnral """vonrtiBh Pigeon Fonda Looso Bag . Tuea., Thura. Sat., 4.30 a.m. Mon., Wed., Fri., 5 p.m, Vortb Byaduk (L.li.) ... ) Byaduk > Daily, 4.30 ft.m, » Vlaonrthnr \ Daily, 3 30 p.m. fiKT :: ::: :::} D^.6— Daily, 4 p.m. v J -^Mon., Turn,, Wed,, ffoioib I 5.40 a.m., and 3.15 p.m. Warrnambool ... ... | Thura., Fri., 10.15 t».m. I And 5.40 p.m. Sat., 6.40 a.m. and 5.40 p.m. Daily 11.20 a.ml Mon., Tue*., Thur., Fri., Sat. (S p.ni. Wod., 9.15 p.m. *] Mod., T«i©n. Wt»d., bau, SawkesdaJe }■ 5.40 ft.m • Thura.. Fri.. 5.40 o.m. Mon,, Tuej., Thur., Fri., Sat 6 p.ni. Wod., 9.15 p.m. 1 Mon., Tues., -Wed., 1 Daily, 11.20 a.m. Poosharsti ... > 5.40 a.m. and 3.15 p.m. 1 Mon., Tuos., Thur., Iri., Snt, J Thura.,Fri.,10.15 a. m., 5.40 p.m. | 6 p.m. Wed., 9.15p,m# Sat., 5.40 a.m. and f>.40 p.m. V aloha* 1 Mon., Tum., Wod., 1 Tabor "" *** *" m 3.16 p.m. Daily 11.20 a.ra\ labor tJ Thur., Fri., ...
RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON LINE. (Down). Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON UNA. (Down). Monday, TucBday, Thursday, Friday. (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 7.15 a.m., Maroona 7.45, Willaura 8.12, Qlenthompson 8.48, Dunkeld 9.1G, arrives Hamilton 9.58. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sa turday. , (Passenger Only). I.favca Ararat 2.10 p.m., Maroona 12.40, Willnura 3.3, Glenthompson 3.36, Dunkeld 3.57, arrives Hamilton 4.35. Tuesday and Friday (.Mixed). Leaves Ararat 2.10 p Jn.t Maroona 2.43, Willaura 3.14, Glenthompson 3.58, Dunkeld 4.31, arrives Hamilton 5.14. Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 10.25 p.tin., Maroona 10.62, Willaura 11.15, Qknthompson 11.47, Dunkeld 12.12, arriVewIIamil ton 12.57 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednes day, and Saturday mornings. Up. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 12.23 p.m., Dun keld 1.8, Glentbompson 1.30, . Wil laura 2.0, Maroona 2.40. arrives Ararat 3.20. Daily' (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.28 p.m., Dun kold 7.13, Glenthompaon 7.41, Wil laura 8.a, Maroona 8.32, arrives Ar arat 9.3.
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. EUROPEAN PROBLEMS. FRANCE AND MR LLOYD-CEORCE. CHOOSING BETWEEN ARMY AND NAVY. PARTS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
BHUTBH'S " TBM»RAMS. eurqpeanprobleMs. FRANCE MO 'yp UOyp.D|OBCE. CHOOSING nRTWIOEN' AHMV ' ANl) NAVY." ' PARTS, Saturday. The recent statenlents made by Mr. 1/loyil Oeongo ,1mvo caused • con sternation in France. Tho new-spap ers resent whab they describe as . a complacent reference1 to tho action of Geroinny in concflnfratinplior. army! instead of navy, ns disconcerting to Great Britain's' friends In the pn tmte. ' ... , ."X.eTomps" emphasises Prance's enormous expenditure as.tho result of Germnfty^s change of. policy. [(The fame jtiufnnl adds that ,if JTraajo.is ultimately compiled to chops': be tween tlii) nrMy nhd the navy—a tiling that Mr. Lloyd George Appar ently considers inevitable for all na tions on the t-onbinent—the Mediter ranean' situation" th'er'oby created will bo anyth'ine ftut satisfactory , 10 Eng land. .