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SALE OF RACEHORSES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

BALK OF RACEHORSES. (t7lre From Our Correspondent.) MELBOUHN15, Monday. . Mr. Pliare/. Phillips has bough j Wi\.den, wlio won the Hurdlu H;ice at tacntcne on Saturday. Mr. Phil li a loaves for England in March. Mr. A. T. CreswicK has bought fla frnno fir 300 guineas.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIG GREEK LOANS. ATHENS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

BIG GREEK LOANS. ' ' ATHENS, 3un>jny.;;., A bill has passed its first reading 'in; the Greek Chamber Deoutles authorising the issue'at" £87/15/ of *

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EDENHOPE ATHLETIC SPORTS. EDENHOPE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

EDENHOPE ATHLETIC SPORTS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) EDBNHOPE, Saturday. The annual gathering of tho E.lui liopo Sports Club was hold on Wow Year's Day, and was a most b-.icc.iss fill undertaking from every point of view. The Rate takings a/mounted t'-> £11/10/0. Tlio meeting, resulted in a profit ol £20, a result upon which tlio management is to 1)0 congratula ted. Following are the results Maiden Flate.—H. Orchard 1 ; W. T. Stewart, 2 ; H. L. Spurrell, 3. One Mile Bicycle Race.—J. T. AJ'Dou ynll, 50yds, 1 ; F. R. Woodrow, 2 ; ' M. Woodall, 30yds, 3. Trial Hurdles.—H. Orchard, Tjf.s, 1 ; W. T. Stewart, 5yds, 2 ; H. Wyn liiat, 7yds, 3. Sheffield Handicap.—O. Close, 15 ydsr 1 ; G. F. Suprrell, 13yJs, 2 ; D. Lyons, 12yds, 3. Half-mile Bicycle Race.—J. R. Woodrow, 1 ; C. R. Wallace, 30yds, 2 : H. M. Farrow, 35yds, 3. ■ 220 Yards Handicap.—O. CIoho, 25 , yds, 1 ; G. F. Spurrell, 19ydj, 't ; W. F. Stewart, 17yds, 3. Two Miles Bicycle Race.-/t\ R. Woodrow, 1; M. Woodflll,.v0yds, 2; ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING CABLES. BOXING. JOHNSON'S TITLE JEOPARDISED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

SPORTING? CABLES. n i - BOEING' JOHNSON'S TITtB JEOPARDISED. | It ' ■ LONDON, Motad^y; « I .This' Sportsman's" ^orreap ladent I in; Paris says that.thq State AtMoHc. I Commission of New York has f>1rrce<l »to deprive "Jack" • Jolmson - ol ' the title.ol world's champion boxur.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

NASTY GUTS AND BRUISES. MOTHER A VD DAUGHTER FIND ZAM-BUK A REAL BOON. Household accidents occur daily, es pecially where there are children. In such emergencies Zam-Buk is a real buon. For cuts, bruise.", s srapes,' burns and scalds, Zam-Bnk :s a pcrFect ever-ready healer. It is wonderfully i rolling and snnthing, and being power fully amis ptic it safeguards the in-! jury against the disease germs tlmt cause ulceration and festering. Whfii Zam-Buk is used, smarting pain stops, inflammation dies down, and the heal ing is both rapid and perfect. i Mrs Yette Green, 93 Bonrkc Street, East Sydney, says:—"I have frequent ly had occasion to use Zam-Buk in cases of accident, and it lias proved a real boon to us. "One day my little girl Ada got her j hand badly crushed in the machine, one . of the lingers being so badly injured that the nail came 'off. The hand was very inflamed, but Zam-Buk soothed the bruised places, quickly healed the finger, and caused a new nail to start growing. j "T...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Spacial Wire.) MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. ,• ' CBy Spaclal Wire.) MRpROURNR, Monday. —- vjhih.,, monanv. JIaSsrs. .Tolin M'Whuo and Co,, stocfc and' share brokers, " Collins fjou'fio," ColliDB-street, Melbourne, report as follows :— Melfrourn,- Tramways—Tliiytrs 13/, sellers -13/0. Amalgamated Zinc. — Olivers 27/, tellers' 28/. ■North Hrolmi—Onyers 51/3, snlos r.i/3. . Hampden—Buyers 33/c,-, sellers 34/. Mount CutUbi.rt-—Buyc.rs ll/l, Roll ers 1)4/0. Cathcart —Uuyers 3/0, selltrs 1/3. ' • Cathcart Cent ml—Buyers 35/&, sel lers 3G/0. •Langi Logan—Tiuyfrs 31/9, sellers 35/. Lan^l Lojrnn Nortli—Buyers 5/, sel lers 5/3. Lanei Logan1 South—Sellers 15/. Philippines—Buyers ,33/, .sellers 3G/.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

SILVER STAR STARCH THE BEST IN THE WORL* ... INSIST ON,, labelled P/fcilAGES '■ i»\«aWiSi'' .'A' • '■ -I Bring them all to Us-—Tiny Tots, Boys and Girls— We'll Shoe them well—and Inexpensively "*,A • L We ire featuring Children's . P< otwear strongly for the New Year, Our Children's stock Includes Boots and Shoes anatomically correct for every purpose and occasion, a< d their chief virtues are Comfort - Reliability - Good Value Jf you recognise the importance of shoeing your Children properly, you will do well to . call in at any rate and just have a look at our Children's Stock. We can give every little foot a perfect fit. /J : " . - Ws.s -<y A w - -— X -> ■>» , I I. Three Reason* why you should go to WHITE'S for Wall Papers, all kinds of Uiaes, and Paiuuri' and Artists' Mateiij.1. I,—He, Viv hie prKctTicil oxparionca can tell you wlmt is most suitable for your reqnireraente. , F-T.—Wo on y the'very host in e»ch lint of goods. IX,—He charges m...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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TIRED MEDICAL STUDENT. FALLS INTO RIVER. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

TIRED MEDICAL STUDENT. FAiXS INTO TU Visit. ■ MELBQURNB, Monday. .Hugh Jaborlineki,. ii: Hussion medi cal student, who wurt charged to dhy with attempted. suieuU-, Rfti,i he; was tir^^ and foil in tlip river. Hu could EjJI^ak K.ronch aiuti (Ix-mian, hut oWihg. to his ignorance of Eng lish he could not gt*t employment with doctor*?. Ho was remanded for inquiry.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SALT LAKES Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

SALT LAKES (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday. Christmas passed, oft very .jaietiy here, the only attractions for the .dav btinc outsi'de festivities, which were liberally' patronised. On Hos ing Day a,picnic was held on th3 pretty banks of lake Boco. A large number of peoole were nresent, :-.ml an enjoyable time was spent I y sll. Races for the children filled up a fair share of the time; awdi sense very ■: rt teres tin? finishes were witnes.«d. Various rames were played by ♦he young folk, whilst the tennis conrt also proved a great attraction. The older folk were also at home with the r>Jd i^on nuoits. A danca was held in the Hall to wind no the d»v's proceedings, and was well pat ronised. T^e wither d-rins: the ia«t 'mv weeks has (been very chan^aMe, varyins: from very hot, «tisagrre«>>b> rtflys to nice cool, mild days. Jn ':'i° Tuesday niejht preceding ChrU-r.w? Day a pood fall of rain'was rec^'M ed. 82 pniuts bein<r rP."">'s,'er<,fl. Ti...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SANDFORD. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

SANDFORD. :'LFrom Oui Owu ^orre8p^deilJ'^ I Monaay. i ;Mr. and Mrd. L. Heenan, o pdpV, with numbers of their family, wire .thrown out wf their buggy rjj'p's iquenct of the hors^boUtag no ow e'-cK was smarihc-fl to piec frrirfi, a motor car and capsiring vfMcle. Kortunatav, tlv-y were no seriously hrrt. The buggy. ^ his Hu'Vley took'the family home ill motor tar. , A. Mitchell, a local farmer, tins iurcbasecl a new tUreshmg ma

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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GREENWALD. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

GREENWALD. (From Our Own Correspondent.! Saturday. A sad drowning case occurred aw Dartmoor in tibe Glenelp river 011 New Year's eve. The victim was a youth named Thomas KagUson, » o \yaft; employed by Mr. C. Bucknall. It'iPPears that on finishing his work Kb'- went,in to bathe, nenr the farm <jji '.which ho resided. Next morning Kib - clothis wtre found on the bane lifHlhe ; river, and later the body was A^reefdtiit.of Greenwald, Mr! E. Pe v'ilj;.. ppased away recently aft-r a l-'rtef .illness.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIGBY ANNUAL PICNIC. DIGBY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

d:gby annual picnic. .(From Our Own Correspondent.) DIGBY, Monday. | The Dip'-y Annual picnic took place as usual on New Year's Day. The weather was ideal for outdoor .amuse ments. There was a large fathering, and young nml old spent an cn'ov a'-le time. The hon. secretary, ' Mr. Thos. Mabbitt, had attended to every detail of organisation, nn>d every thing worVel smoothly. A large marquee had been erected, and iu this, at long tables, the ladies con tinuously dispensed refreshments dur ing the afternoon. A word of or' ''-", is due to them for so doing, for they thereby sacrificed their own oieas't that they might entertain the visi tors and the youngi folk. To pro vide prizes for the children's soorts a collection was made on the ground, when £5i/5/ was subscribed* This provided numerous cash prizes, ,vm.. some successful competitors received toys, a quantity of which had boon donated by Mrs. Heazlewood. The competitions included races for children of all ages, from below six up ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

WEDDING AT MERINO. (From Our Own Correspondent.) MERINO, Monday. A pretty wedding was celebrated at Sc. f c-:ter s churcli, Merino, on New l tar's L)ay, the contracting parties | i.Ling Miss Ev«.ljn Mary King, eld- i cot. daughter of mr. unci Mrs. Jonn 1 King, of IiliiiK Llonnie, Merino, and ! Mr. .iohn ivMgley, of Kichmonu. Tile mrtmony wati pei formed by the Kev. E. Schwiefccr. 'ihe bride look ed charming in a beautiful draped dress of crcum mcrvoil.uux silk, trim med with siU insertion and pearls, and worj the usual wreath and veil, bhe also carritd a handsome. sho,vt.r bouquet of white flowers, the gift of Miss A. KraaU. The chief brides maid was Miss Doris Kin^, and she was dressed in a cream ximbroidered voile and mob cap, pink (lowers and streamers. She carricd a bouquet of pink flowers. Miss Marjorie King, the second bridesmaid, wore a cream s.lk dress trimmed with lace artu pearl buttons, and mob cap, with heliotrope flowers and streamers, and carried a bouquet of heliotrop...

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WARRNAMBOOL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

WARIINAMUOOL RACES. The summer n.ejting of the Warr nambool l>aiing Club, to be held on Saturday, January 17, will re quire tho attsir.'.on of owners and trainers tomorrow (Wednea.lay), when nominations cloBe at li p.m. with tho secretary, Mr. A. H. Ua \its The principal races aro the Summer Handicap of 75 sovs. and the HuruliKacn of 00 sovs., the other ev ents being as follows :—Trial Handi cap, of 25 SOV6.; Steeplechase, of 50 sots.; Pony Kace, of 15 sovs.; and Flying Handicap, of 25 sovs. Entries from Hamilton should be posted this (Tuesday) evening in order lo be sun; of reaching Mr. Duvies in time. A special train will be run from Ha milton on the day of the races, and tli>) lime-talle will be published later.

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SWIMMING. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

SWIMMINC. (Reuter'B Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. >:The' one mile swimming champlon ihip of New South Wales was won by Longwortb, by 50 ynrds. Smitb Was. second, and Andrain third ; time 2Sntin. Istcs.

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INDIANS IN NATAL. FINED FOR REFUSING WORK. CAPETOWN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

INDIANS. IH.NAtAi^ . , ( PINED FOR REFUSING WORK. ' ' , CAPKTQWN.- SuridaV-,, ( ' Seventy-nine indentured'' Indian^ ibavio' tteett' fined 10/,' ii;dejitol^';' 'a , week's imprisonment/ forjdecllnlrig' to work. . '

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

For Constipation, j Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. Delightful Family Medicine RING OUT THE OLD RING IN THE NEVK To our many customers, and .'to all othor prod peoplo whom wo wi>h wow our aretomoTa A VER/ HAPPY NEW YEAR. Looking baok on tlio = Ion "id support ntvordn.) storo i y if* rii.uiy I atroiiB wa feel that we cnnnut enter upon I0t4 v.iihout oxpro-8ii.jr our vory e ncore appreciation'aid tharAs for ihe generous' treatment r.o have rtceived during 1Q13. " . . T\e .would alao talto this orporturitv of publishing our dotar'minnHnn to do all in uiir po.ver to 'mprove, wherever po"*iti)o. the shoppi^ f ri itieg of Una ttoro, and by so doing wp tru-t we miv morit ,\n ef|U lly gratifying, increase of business du'ing the erisuing year. ' . ■ . Tours' very Iruly, Thom?on-S*., HAMILTON. W. H. CAETHEW. , ROW &> C? PROPRIETARY LIMITED. & Head Office: 94-6 King St., Melbourne Branches—ALBURY, LOCKHART, WODONGA, TALLANGATTA, CORRYONO A WALWA. broker...

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GUARDING THE CZAR. SOLDIERS PERISH IN SNOW. ST. PETERSBURG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

GUARQINa THE CZAR! ! SOLDIERS PERJSH Itf SNO#: ! ST. PETERSBURG,' SiAJay.. Soldiers -who, guarded th'e\*'.Czar a train alone' ttie eritird * |ro\lte t f\Oi^ ' Moscow to St. ' 9'»iWre~ i Severely from heavy .snowstorms. mAii" wandered ttitf track in a j dazed condition, an4 were killoil b" , passing trains. ' - -

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A COMPLAINT FROM RUSSIA. FRANCE AND ENGLAND ACCUSED OF INSINCERITY. ST. PETERSBURG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

' A COMPLAINT FROW,RUSSIA. I Lll ' m- '*■ J.'j-i. v ; ; • - U* ► FRANCE AND riN&li'ANtf ACCUSED OF INSINCERITY. ' ST: PETERSBURG1,'SuB^ayY'-> • i TKo fifewsfjapcr • ,<fRet<ih" • publisatft ail nVtfclewmchid'regarded' hs j.oriv-' phasiM'rtf;' the! VIbws-. oTtow Russtariv Foreign Minister, • M. Saianoff. '' It.'? rfccuses Franfce and ■ Epgland1 of '.in i flitlcerity concerning Russia!b protest r against Germany'»military, Hiissibij . to 'Turfces^jond.atoi ovfc/tho Alb'an , ian and. Aegean, questions. ,

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ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION. NORWEGIAN'S ADVICE TO SHACKLETON. CHRISTIANA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

ANTARCTIC EXPLdl^TioN] NORWEGIANS ADVICE TO' SHACKliBTON. . .' CHRISTIAN!A, Suti.W. Tue Norwegian esplor&r, Bovcngre ,'rtk, who led anAnt&rttlc eip'edi^' Iq&jn.1898, considers Sir Hrnest reibcle<s'on would be' wiser- •, to ^"us'e'r »«WpinB,<>r Bledgework. Motor driven 'time. 'iA6 says, art MoK-sledRa <lKd<3rs ■: afi£ experienced of the expedite? 6hould form a PRrh

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