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HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINK. Down. / Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and. Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 10.20 a.m-i'Branx~ holme 11.12, Condah 11.39, Myamyn 11.52, Milltown 12.4, Hey*wood 12.26 p.m., arrives Portland l.ftl Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday (Mixed.) leaves Hamilton 4.55 p.m., Branx hoims 5.48, Condah 6.11, Myamya b.24, Milltown 6.37, Heywcod 7*5, arrives Portland 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branx holme 6.52, Condah 7.18, My amy n 7.31, Milltown 7.43, HeyWood 8.8 arrives Portland 8.55. - ' ■ U*. Daily (.Mixed). 'v. Leaves iPortland 9.0 a.m., Itey wood 9.53, Miltown 10.20, Myaniyn 10.28, Condah 10.50, Branxholtu 11.25, arrives Hamilton 12.0., :,'v Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, anl' Saturday (Mixed). . Leaves Portland 2.55 p.m., Hoywoo 3.50. -Milltown, ,4.15, Myamyn 4.27. Condah 4.46, Branxholme,' 5.53; ar | rives Hamilton 6.8.
BRANXHOLME-CASTERTON. Down. Thursdays (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
BRANXHOLME-CASTERTON. I/own. Thursdays (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 10.20 Branx holme 11.35, Grassdale H.59, Merino 12.24 p.m., Henty 12.28, Sandiord 12.53, arrives Casterton 1 p.m. Monday. Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday (Mixed). ■ Leaves Hamilton 4.55 p.m.,' Branx holm? 6, Grassdale 6.25, Merino 6.55, Henty 7.10; Sandford 7.30,' arrives ' Casterton 7.45. Tuesday^ and Friday (Mixed).'; Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branxholme 7.15, Grassdale 7.40, Merino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrivea / Casterton 9. , r UP. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Casterton 8.35 a.m., Sand ford 8.49, Henty 9.12, Merino 9.40, Grassdalo 10.12, Branxholme 11.25, arrives Hamilton 12.0. Thursdays (Mixed). Leaves Casterton 3.10 p.m., . Sand lord 3.20, Henty 3.39, Merino 3.59, GraBsdalo 4.27, Branxholme 5.33, arrives "Hamilton 6.8.
HAMILTON-COLERAINE. Down. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 5 January 1914
HAMILTON-OOLERAINE, Down. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 5.30 p.m.', Boch ara 5.51, Wannon 6.10, Gritjurk 6.25, arrives Coleraine 6.35. ..Monday'and Thursday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.20 p.m., Boch ara 6.41, Wannon 7.0, Gritjurk 7.15, arrives Coleraine 7.35. Up. Monday, Tuesday, "Wednesday, Thurs day and Fridav. ■ (Mixed.*)" 1 • ■ . v 'Leaves Coleraine 10.10 a.m., Grit jurk 10.33, Wannon 10.43, Bochar* 10.57, arrives Hamilton 11.30. Saturdays (Mixed). Leaves Coleraine 8.35 a-m., . Grit jurk 8.58, Wannon 9.8, Bocbara 9.22, rt.—;3 Hamilton 9.55.
EDENHOPE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
EDENHOPF. • (From Our Own'Correspondent.) Moauay. At a meeting of the executive coin" inittce of the Edenhope Bush Nursing Council, the secretary reported that exclusive of the results nf the canvass of the Edenhope township, £ 100 had been promised in donations and sub scriptions for the ensuing year. This result is considered suflicient to justify the committee in continuing the i scheme, and Dr. Harrett has written to i say that lie will be able to supply an ' excellent nurse to succeed Nurse | King
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
On Face, Hands and Legs. Ashamed to Take Children Out. Looked Dreadful. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. In Fortnight Quite Free from Sores. 427 Bay St., Port Melbourne, Vic,— *'9ome time ago my two children were suf- • fsring from very nasty sores on face, bands and less. I tried various remedies without any good results. Seeing a testimo nial In "Age." % case the same as bis being cured by Cuticura Ointment and Soap, I obtained some of these and started to use them. 1 first mado a strong lather of Cuticura Soap aud hot water, bathod sores well with it and applied Cuticura Ointment on clean rag. I bavo much pleasure In informing you that In a fortnight they were quite free from sores. Before I tried Cuticura Soap and Ointment I was really ashamed to take the children out. They looked dreadful and the neighbours were afraid to lot their little ones play with mine, in case they got lores also. I think Cuticura Is splendid also for tile balr, as It cleanses the scalp from dau druff, e...
TENNIS. BALMORAL TOURNAMENT. BALMORAL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
TENMS. IiALMORAL TOURNAMENT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) BALiMOKAL, Monday. j \ tournament was held on Boxing Dny ) y tho Glinelg 'IVnnis C'lul). In the (ciitlenitei's competition tho Rev. J. 1&lt;. Kills: and C. Vincent tied, and thin will I e i laved off on a day to l.e appointed. Tho ladies' prize was won t y Miss L. Niven. i A &lt;.-! chrt party and dance was held in the evening, the trophicR in >o»nect:on with the former being ivon y Mr. J. Hoove and Mrs. J. Peeve,
DIGBY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
DIGBY. (From;Our Own Correspondent.) Monday. I ■ On New Year's night. a concert was ! pi veil in the Foresters' hull under the auspices of the. Methodist denomin ation, in nid of the circuit funds. It wns ft very successful entertainment in every way. The takings at the door ! niminnted to ,£S. Tlic chair was'occu | pied l»y Mr. W. 1 [. Hardwick, who, towards the conclusion of the perform ance, moved a hearty vote of thanks to tlie performers, some of whom had come a long dist.nice in order to nssist. I'roernnniie :—Pianoforte duet, Mrs. Graham nnd Miss lfiibe!; snnir, Mr. C. Spmrell; recitation, Mr. .Shanklin (en cored) ; sonir. Mr. Hardwick ; song, Miss Nellie Thomas; song, Mrs. Coul son ; ad&lt;Tri>ss by the chairman : over ture, Miss JIabel ; recitation, Mr. Shanklin ; sons.'. Mr. Hardwick (en cored) : so nt;, Miss Ethel wyn Thomas ; song. Mr, Colo (encored) ; recitation, Mr. Shanklin. At the conclusion of the concert on New Year's night, a dance was given under the a...
BALMORAL V. TELANGATUK EAST. BALMORAL,, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
.BALMORAL V. TELANGATUK EAST. (From Our Own Correspondent.) BALMORAL,, M-nduy. The return match between Bal noro.1 and Telangatuk East was played on New Year's Day. The visitors, afcor a« interesting game, won ay ave runs. Following are the scores •— Balmoral.—E. Officer, c J. Jack man, b J. P. Blootniiekl, 6 ; A. M'Kecbnie, b C. Durack, 0 ; :-i. Mur ray, run out, 20 ; A. Eastor, d C. Durack, 8 ; L. IHnyiraw, i: J. P. Itloomfield, 1> C. Durack, 4 ; E. Phi lip, b C. Durack, 7 ; I'. M'KccunJe, not out 42 ; J. N. Creek, b S. Uutuh ineon, 0 ; Eric Philip, c S. Hutchin son, b C. Durack, 0 ; M. Philip, urn out, C ; sundries, 2 ; total, 95. Bowling analysis.—C. Durack, 5 ■Wickets for 39 runs ;■ J. Bloomtiold, I for 28 ; S. Hutchinson, 2 tor lh. TelangatuK Bast.—R. JohnsJn, c odd t> E. Officer, 6 : Bert. Jack inan, b A. Eastor, 2 ; P. Rlg«jy, b E. Officer, 14 ; S. Hutchinson, o P. M'Kecbnie, 4 ; Jas. P. Bloomb A." Eastor, 1 ; John Scholfield, c P. M'iCiechnie, b A. Eastor, 34 ; P. Ree...
STATE LABOUR POLICY. OUTLINED BY MR. WATT. REDISTRIBUTION OF SEATS BILL DEFERRED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
St at e • t aboiiii! pffl i jg¥. OUTLINEB BY- MR. WATT. REDISTRIBUTION,' &lt;}]? '6EATS BILL DEFERRED. ' • .(Wir'a From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Monday. : ' TKe Premier unfolded' the policy i t ■ the Government. to a crowded'.meet ing n't Bssendon t6:night. " He" Sa'il . it was proposed; tliis session ■ to pasS bills dtaljrig with' factories, .chafl1 ties,, workers' compensation, railway, construction, un'ithproved rating; the infectious diseases' hospital, fjiines and mining development',',, country sewerage, .-.uburbnn. tramways, dis; crimination in trade, workers' dwel lings, loan .&lt; authorisation applica , licnn, borrowing powers for ceriain' subordinate hodi'.s, and a number ,of • smaller measure.' apart from the ; present session's work. ; In many ' Important rcspectfe the i policy of the1 new : laberdl taovern imebt would be similar to that cf the late one. Their "career would Vc .one ;of bard, practical work. It was • in 'tended to push on with the-s...
RIFLE SHOOTING. BRANXHOLME RIFLE CLYB. BRANXHOLME, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING BRANXHOLME RIFLE OLYB. (From Our Own Correspondent.) BRANXHOLME, Monday. Tha usual tnontniy maicn wu>» uim Ott the 3rd inst. at 500 and 600 yards, seven shots and two optio nal sigUt;rs at each range, for a trothy valued at £1/1/, presents bv Mr W. H. lU-ad, oi Audley ; eec end prt e, 7/G ; third, 2/6. The first prls.e was won by R. Robertson. The following are the ught hesL score^ a RoJ-ertson, 28, 27 (8) w , 8. H-.rdv 2!. 20 (10)—63 ; W. Wilson, 50, 21 '(121—63 ; N. Black, 29, 30 (3) —'•2 • S. Illack, 30, 29 (3)—C2 ; L. 9. Wiibys, 28, 28 (3;—59 ; J. C. Wilson, j 25, 27 (6)—58 ; A. M'Millnn, 25, 21 (lOj—SO.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
'During 'December the exports of hiltter from Victoria to oversea .'les tinntion represented 7,637,5841b, va lued at £382,374. "The total number of immigrant's who tntered .. Queensland last year was 44fj9, compared with 6693 in the previous year. In addition 47 Rus sians, who paid Ihbir own' passage money, came- to the Stnio; from the East; compared with 390 in 1912. 'American papers are claiming that New- York has passed London aB the largest city in the world. .The "'Ti mes'' points'out that- the population of Greater London is 7,411,000, and that of Greater New York 6,4176,966, atid that the area of the former le 693 square : miles, • and that of the latter 32& square milfs. Mr. W. E. Thomas's monthly visit to Hamilton, when he may be con; suited -at Mrs. Robb's, . will be Tuesday and Wednesday; January 13 and 14, and at Portland, Thurs day ^afternoon), Jdnuary ir>, and 1 Glenthomrson, Friday (afternoon^, January 16.— (Advt.):» •
Y.M.C.A. CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
Y.M.C.A. CLUB. At a committee meeting •»! the Y.ftl.C.A. swimming club, held at the association rooms last night, it was decidi-d to hold two races, for which prizes have been, donated tby Mr. A. J; bimpson, at the Mill on Saturday next. These will be an open 30 yards handicap and a beginners' race of 30 yards, the latter being for jneiiibers only. Entries close with the honora ry secretary, Mr. A. Henshall, or with Mr. J. Brake, on Thursday next, at,8 p.m. \
WOMEN EXPLORERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
v. WOMEN. EXPLORERS. Mr. P. Amaury, Talbot, a district" commissioner in' Southern Nigeria (West Africa-;. who has juat complet ed a journey pi over 4300 mil«s in .the Elect 'district.'^atwl dn an inter view ■with1' TiontcT' a representative that he found customs crantonies j which appear" to have cotmj do>vn' un changed from'tho'days of Jkj Phar aohs. Ho' found' also! traces. 'ov_ bird worship and witnessed a bird fl.nce never 'before aeeil'by'Europeans.' Mtv Talbot, who with her' sister-has Men travelling through the regioti, has been makdfle' a special study of the women of the tribes.
CRICKET. HAMILTON ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
CRICXET. HAMILTON ASSOCIATION After the Christmas and New Year holidays crlcketirs will no doubt re turn with renewed zest to enter into tjia local composition, which will be &lt;'ontinued next Saturday. Excellenl j.ractice wichets are available on Msl.ille o\iil, and cricketers should avail theraBclvea of iiheBe Irecjuently tiunng ti.u vitas., in order to strike form for the apt Touching competition mat Iicb, und also for Lhe match ag ainst tiha Mount Gambier club, which U to be played on Melville oval on the 15th and ltth inst. The draw for Saturday shows that the Bohe mians and La Mascotte teams will tngage each other on the lower oval, and the Dand.ts and Capuleta will meet on Melville oval.
STRANGE LOSS OF MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
, STRANGE IX)SS OF MEMORY. I I Lionel Jeffrey,, a younp teacher in I tlio Frcmantle sohool, who was to 1 have Icch ! marriodon New Year's l)ny, disappeared Inst week, his lug enpe boinc left nt his .lodgings. De tectives searched for' Jeflroy In vnirtY but on Saturday morning1'' ho -walked in'to the police offico. to which a man had directed him, in order to . itscor:; tain his own name nnd «ddress.- fie' was in n.&lt;iai4&lt;l condition, 'and did n6t recognise his own name. ■ His.'l photograph, howaver, was familiar to' him. He waa taken to the hospital for. treatment.