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BOY RIDER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

I BOY RIPER'KILLED'. 1 ■!. •Itimes Patrick- M'Malion', uRtcl uo-1 out «lgt<t vcors. had; just1 left :".tho| house, cl UlBjfiithsr (Mr. .Tos.' WC'Mtih- | oh)7 at Kariali, near Camperdowri, • on a1 liony,. to' carry 'two letters to] his uncle, iu th« alternoori, when tlio pony swerved, anil- the boy foil out of tho Mid (11;. His foot cailght in the stirrup, and he >was! dragged al ong the fifoiind some distant. The accident was witnessed i>y tho child's fathtr, who endeavoured. to ovcrtako the-swiftly galloping pony, Lilt .with out success .until thj foot eventually slipped from the stirrup. Tho father renched his son just as1 thj boy-brea thed his last. (

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VISIT OF LEVIATHAN BOOKMAKER COMPARISON OF THOROU[?] BREDS. MELBO[?]NE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

ViSiT OF LEVIATHAN BOOKMAKER I COMPARISON OK THOROt'' BRED3. vonaenM .(Wire Prom Our Corn* iNE, Monnu;. I MBliBQncnn th .■> wr.ll- I lYiUiUo^pgon, the svcll Mr. Barney Tb ami the ii'ggist •known foookmfi' 0gent in Engljau, 1. turf commi§f^ourne_ jje insut.3 trial revisiting^ Richmond, Don Ju-m horses (jr'orth class are etjual ;o any artd ^n. England.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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A 551b. MULLOWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

A 551?)' MULLOWAY. A couple of'Adelaide anglers, Mes srs. John Gow and Percy Mathieson, w-6re successful in, landing! a mam moth mulloway at Nelson during the holidays, when fishing in the iJlenclg river nepr the mouth. In writing to • Mr. J. C. Fitzgerald, of MuVlagh. Harrow, Mr. Gow describes tha cap ture as follows •—" Some nig dob were -disturbing out- baits. At last Mr. Mathieson hooked him, and we all agreed that it was a ' stinger.' :Hc took 150 yards of lino out in hip first run, and on that I immediately lifted the anchors and after hini, with the intention of killing the brute, as there was nothing doing in the way of sport. Mr.- - Mathieson handed the rod to me,- thinking that I, wanted seme fun', and I cdn' say •that I had a bit of the keenest sport that X have enjoyed on the river. I began ' pumping ' the brute for all I was worth, keeping blm goingi on towards the deep -water. After he had taken' us "the greater part of ;half-a-milc we' still thought that he was a big ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]BBERY FROM RAINBOW RESIDENT MAN SENT FOR TRIAL. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

d'BBERY FROM RAlNttUW KESIDENT MAN SENT FOR TRIAL. iWlie From Our Correspondent.* MELBOURNE, Monday. I Herbert Dutty, who met Jomi dui rett, of itaiBDOw, 011 l>ecemu>;:', Si, ami robl>od him ol £8, ait;r Deu.g well treated by fearreU, was cooiun* ted lor trial to-day.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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DIGBY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

DIGBY SHOW. At a meeting on. Saturday night at' Digfcy it Tvas-decided tha't the annual show should be held on Wednesday, March 11. The succt-w 'Jvfliich' has hitherto a!>tonded this annual fix ture induced the societyto arrange .a literal programme of horse and Highland dancing events;• to which will also tc added a section for' the display of cookery, etc. Messrs. P. • Perr„y and Ed. Young were chos.m ae joint honorary secretaries, and in the t course of a few days the' full nro 'gramme will be available for dis tribution.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SAVINGS IN POLICE BUILDINGS. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

SAVIHGS IN POLICE BUiLDiMBS. (Wire From Uur Correspondent.) i MELBOURNE, Monday. I Chief Co.i»ittibtiiimuT baihsjury 6 claims to have effected a saving oi jl3W) in itue puUe uuiUmfas repaired for Warra.jui, Sale, Neenm, and Ko Bidalo by personally visiting the nU tricte.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Items of News. AGRICULTURAL LIMB DEPOSIT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

' Items' of Ileitis, AGRICULTURAL LIMB DEPOSIT. The industry which w»a recently estaijlished near Heywood-for the marketing of agricultural lime, large 'deposits'of whicn exiat :ibjtjb'at neign bourhood, is rapidly assuming large dimensions. An analysis by the Government agricultural chemist re pealed that this is practically ' the richest lime deposit, in Australia, con taining 87 per cent, oft carbonate of •lime. MK' Rb"w-'.h4s"a§^Vea!"an o'r ■ der for 3000 tons of agricultural. lime 'to be ground nnd eent .tb Molbourna ' as early ns possible. Aparilrom its trading value: such an order means a decided forward move in bringing un :der notice 'ihi possibilities, of a hith erto ncglrctsd portion -elf the State. ThB-richncSR of the deposit Is ap , parent, and thj necessity for the addition ol lime to most oi o"r soils ,js undoubted, so that the prosp.-cts ,fpr the future of this important! in dustry are most encourafeing. IL also gives an impetus-to a district which has languished for...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Monday. To-day's quotations were:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

MELBOUKNt fHUUtiUb MARKET. (Win From Our Conwponawu.) I MELBOURNE, Monday. ! . To-day's cjuotations wore:— I •Wnea-l—o/oi per Dut»u«i. Oais—Prime, 1/9 i ;• milling and feed, 1/Bi per bushel. ohaff —<".3/2/6 per ton. Hay.—£5/10/ per t«n. Potatoes—To £4/10/ per ton. Unions—To £t per ton. Lucerne Hay—To £3/10/ per ton .Lucerne Chafl—To £4/5/ per ton.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

.published daily. tu.ebday, january 6, 1914. Nob many weeks ago (ho tlien Minis ter of; Forests, Mi'. Billson, whon in ferring to sotno comments by a visitor concerning the destruction of. forests in -Victoria, tearfully, but uneonvinc nngly remarked, " It is strange 'that n visitor who spends a few weeks here should know more of tile subject ■than I do The plaintive, half siir castic1 protest aroused more mirth than sympathy, for the critic was Sir Rider Hnggiifdj u gentleman who has made forestry and aHorcstatiou one of his life's'istildies, while Mr. Uillson was merely the iioinintd head of an almost nominal department^ the adniinistra tion of which is attended to win 11 .there is nothing, mure pressing to be done in the Mines Department. Since. then'Mr: Billson has ceased to hold control over the forests of Victoria. Another man has stepped into the oflice iiintl he lias a rare chance to make a (name for himself by .determining to itakc'. the position surious-ly. U11 xlnulHcdly ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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CONCERT AT BESSEBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

CQfiUtiti a I BciS.tUtLLE, The concert and ball he'id. in Ibt Be^B eDoilo hall in connection wici» me syorts on iVe«r icturs t>ay prov en a gre..t success. 'rue weutaei was line, and the lajjideiita Buuweu ttas.r lintei eot in th« cuiu s wtMart by filling tho hail to its utmost ca pacity. isi»iry item 01 a ltngtny I rogr^mme was well received, anu encores were numerous. Miss Keade played . tho accompaniments. _ 'rue VTosranund was as lollows :—Over ture, Miss Reado ; song, Mr. D'own-.s; recitauon, "When old Mo counted the fc^gs, ' Miss ■ Bessie Lindsay ; song, '• viood night, beloved," Mr. L. Glee son ; Highland fling, Miss M'Farlane; eong, " Wee Deocn and Dhoris," Mr. jaci Addinsall ; song, "Where the blue bells grow," Miss Allan ; Irish Jig, Miss Maggie Allan ; Sheantruis, Miss M'Farlane ; song, "Approval," Mr. Maxwell ; Bailor's hornpipe, Miss M. Barker; comic song, Mr. IS. Nield ; Russian love song, Mr. A. Keade ; recit.il, " How ftoluma beat 'ihe'Giffi," Mr. J. O'Ktefe. A ve...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE WAR DEVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

THE WAS DEVIL. Sir, The wnr dovil at the present time is transformed into an angel of light. The nations consider it. an honour to lie clad in the scarlet of war. The glory of a soldier's life is flashed constantly before the na tional eye. Then all nations are timing out soldiers, even as an in cuontor turns out chickens, i!i is no exaggeration to ssy that all nations aro I rond of thsir martial '1 roods. A lulo cf glory sterns to surround the war caparisoned exhibition of the tiino.;. The Eastern question is by no means settled. The Balkan wars with their Mood-stained flelds have not solved the problem. The thou sands which wera cast into the tren ches ts a sicrii.ce to Jupiter nave not dccided that quMtion. Tho East trri question in all its reality instill an iNsuj of the future. A world wirto interest is c^ntr«l in the inter nationul soli tion of this probli m. Perhaps it is the Sicretivo knowledge < f this fact that has thrown tho whole world inLo th<> ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

P. & O ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS LEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEEK FOR MARSEILLES & LONDON Catling at ' Adelaide, Ffemantle, Colombo, Aden, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route WilH to call %\ Brindm ' ' FIRST and SECOND Saloon only* Return Ticket to Europe available forTwoYeare ». RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY > To FREMANTLE Stntle £7 I0e# to £9 10a. Return £11 I0>. to £14 5i. To COLOMBO Single £27 lOi. to £34 2i. Return £40 I4i. to £50 I2i. r> r To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Siaale £29 14». to £)7 8a. Return £44 to £56 2u To MARSEILLES Stole £39 12k to £76 2«. Return i66 to £l 16 12e. - 4 To LONDON Single £41 I6». to £82 lOi. Return £69 6». to £123 4». . ' Full particulars on application at Company's Office, 447 Collini-itreet, Melbourne, LEWIS PLUMMER, Asent. Local Av^nta. p. LEARMONTH & CO., Hamilton Australia to London VI* FromantH, Durban, and Cops : tOWB ■TEAMBR8 UP TO 11,000 TONS GROSS. Leave Melbourne Every 28 Days. SUPERIOR UP-TO-DATE SALOON ACCOMMODATIO...

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FIRE AT RACING STABLE. TWO VALUABLE MARES LOST. (Reuter's Telegram.) WELLINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

FIRE AT RACING STABLE. TWO VALUABLE MARES LOST. (Renter's Telegram.) i WELLINGTON, Mon.lay. ■A Arc broke out last night tit ue Harj> of Erin' racine stables at IU lerplie, Ai'c'dard. The boxes con taining race horses bad been pail locked, but the doors were burst open and the 'horses released as Hackly as possible. T'hroso, a val uable hurdle mare, was burnt to death. I-ady MenscMkoft, whan re leased, with 'her tail, mane an.l the cover on her. back blazinj*, salloned round madly with pain and Urrnr. She wps caugiht, but had to be snct Other burses sustained burns, Vut they will rccover.

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PICTURE THEATRE TROUBLE. MUSICIANS THREATEN to STRIKE. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

PICTURE THEATRE TROUBLE. ' \ MUSICIANS THREATEN to strike. (Router's Telegram.) Sydney, Mowiuy. ;Th re is (no appearance of nn arni ca le sotiloment of Hit- dispute be tween llcturo show musicians and employers an Lo whether the musi cians shall 1)0 paid tor matinees. The secretary of the Professional Mi sIci:inB' Union stn!i <1 to-day that the rnion had communicated ,wlth all ) indred unions, . asking that their members should only patronise pic ture shows where trade union con d,tloo9 are ol served. It Iff probablj that there will lie a general strike of all employe* in the picture theatres concerned, which in cludo West's, Spencers' nnd S. D. Williams'. The voluntary conference ■fo-dny failed, and a compulsory con ference, under the Fed»ral Arbitra tion and Conciliation Act, will be h Id on Monday next. It is po.-> si'le.that the trouble may extend to shows'controlled by the firms affec ted in other Statis and New Zea land.

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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Monday. Following is the official forecast for Tuesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Monday. Following is the official forecast for Tuesday :— < Warmer inland, with variable winds': cool westerly to southerly winds,alone coast.

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THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RBI CORDS. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Humld Tlmea. Corrected. Bulb, Bulb. uy. j 9 a.m. 30.050, C3.6 5S.8 57.0* 3 p.m. 25.989 79.0 01.& 33.0 RAINFALL. Nil. BHADB TEMPERATURE. Maximum. Minimum. 'i9.K(leg. 41.4deg. rull Moon—January 12. New Moon—January 26. Average rainfall lor 43 years, from January 1st, 1870, to December 31st, 1913, 27.31 inches. Total rainfall from, January 1st, ' to 9 a.m., on January 6th, nil. TO-DAY. Sun rises S.lfi, gets 7.57. Moon ilses 2.13, sets 12.27.

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COMPENSATION FOR ARREST. THE MAN WHO WASN'T SPARKES ACCEPTS £20. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

COMPENSATION FOB, ARREST. THF« MAN WHO WASN'T' SPARKES ACCEPTS C20. MELBOURNE, Monday. .Janvtfl A. Griffith, nlins O'Neill, has agreed- to nccipt .C2ti compen&v t'bn for IfrJng arr«.st(-d on suspicion .cj^gjng Sparkos, tlio prison breaker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

A SEARCHING Scrutiny rcvetils that The Don leads as iiigh class tailors, batters, mercers, hoot men ami outfitters. Our suits excel in "the fit, style ami finish. Few equal, none excel. Values, 63/, 75/. Befit range of haits, fur, felt, 5/G, 7/6, 10/G : straws 4/0, worth 7/C ; papa-mas. In boots we lead, tans and black, 12/6, 17/6. In cosy under wear, natty shirts and ties, crash suits, boy:;' suits, you fet. actual money's worth nb George and O'Neill's. A T OARTHEW'S, Thomaori f.trcot, -Qr: l.«8t selection HoylM' [ iiuts, plain, shots, and fancy designs, 32 Inches wide. All G/ll dozen. WALLACE'S. XKA3. GIFTS. TIES, FANCY SOX, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, .And CLOTHING. ABEMRdSB lias Re-opened, in • shop opposite the Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de Bire»' to make quick clearances of his stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash. . A" REASONABLE Discount AUo.w ed off Toys to Sunday School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street Emporium^ BOO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

Your Boy's Appearance founts for a greatdeal Have you tried to make hlmlo'okhls best? This can only be done at Miller's 35 Boys' Dark Summer Coats, size ■y 4 to 6, only 2/11. i 28 Boys' Linen Coats, 7x9, 4/11 : i 10 to 0J, 5/6. SO Boys* Crash Blouse Coats, al ■ alase, only 2/6. li Boys' Galatea Coats, olouse i shape, only 2/11. 8 " Boys' Smart Linen Suite, Carl ton sbai>©, 11/9. BOYS' SUMMER HATS. JJots' Summer Straw Lounge, 1/6, i • ■ <. " , \ »•< •, 2/11 and 3/3. ■ Boys' Dark Laucu Summer Hats, lJots' White Drill Hats, well made, only 2/11, cnlf 1/ eecb. 21 Boyt' 3-Rarmeiiit Prdtty • Linen Suits, double breasted vest, 11/9. 18 Smart Grey Suits, two gar ments,' only '14/11. Choiio !or Christmas wear. 23 Nobby 2-&arment- Suits, with centre vest, pleated back, 15/11. IT/6, 21/. The Personal Attraction of a Man counts for a great deal. Miller's have made a study of this trade,' If you require a .GaristmeB Suit, made 'toy - exper.t tailors, well limed o...

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING. DISQUALIFICATION REMOVED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. RACING. j DISQUALIFICATION REMOVED. ; (Wlr« From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Monday. i Brae en's ciwanation inspecting the riding of Loch Amos on Boxing Day has been accepted, nrul tire dis qualification removed.

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