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SALE OF BRAZILIAN WARSHIP. AN ADMIRAL ARRESTED FOR CRITICISING GOVERNMENT. RIO DE JANEIRO, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
; SALE # BRAZILtAH WARSHip: . AN ADMIRAL! . ABRBSTED' .FOB CRITICISING: GOVERNMENT. RIO'I>E 'JANEIRO; Sunday., The Government .disclaims- any- con 'iiection with the sale of a. dread nought to Turkey. The warship, ;jlt iife'.statoa, was entirely ait'tlie diep'o sal of Armstrong Ltd. . , , ? | Vice-Admiral. TorroWV :iv&lt; chief of' the dommisSiori' tthtih! pei-vised 'the wilrstidp'S' constfutticm,' fcaa t'e'en"' arr'estod for criticising" oWe ^Government's action; in tfartln^ with the vessftl, whrfieh', 'he- considers, in jures BrazlTs_prcatlg^^__—.
NEW APPOINTMENT VIEWED. WITH DISFAVOUR. CONSTANTINOPLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
- NEW APPOINTMENT VIEWED. . , WltfH; DISFAVOUR. f CONSTANTINOPLE, Monday. ' Though the, population' generally1™ !(satisfied' witli. the purchase ' of 'tKft : dreadnought Rio ds Janeiro, ^finaiP' cial . circlts fere' jrerturbtfd at'' ttfe • appointment of Stiver fiey ab Minis-11 tet of War, v?hich is viewed sotne misgiving-", inasmuch &lt;ib it is I considered favourable' to .Germany's j growing aspirations 'n the Levant. Enver1 BeW'told1 art ihtervlfcwer that; I hs enters th# .Cabififet solely as a &lt; fa'cto"r in rHljitarjf reorganisation ?or : defensive pin-pose's.- :
CAPTAIN AMUN[?]EN'S GOOD WISHES LONDON, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
. CAPTAIN AMUtEZTT, - WISHE^ ^ L.OOD f \ ' LONDON, V r i-• ■ 7^or*+«^n'-' AWIirnflR^n 1 : ' Captain : A'mt!n&lt;clseii ■ has- J 'to-; 8ft' Ernest Shackletott, •wishes' for your mai»gitficent 'taking." , , ■ • x ■ rf~. " -Sir Ernest"Shackleton, in an inter view yesterday,; sai,*!;—'' W^.are'tast HA'a new metal -with. a . view of'-sa.^-' Ink 30ttis. per. .sledge, -which wlllen 'able the expedition . to„"carr'y 600it-a. 'more stores- and food." ■.
THE CABINET UNITED. SAYS THE "DAILY CHRONICLE." LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
THE CABINET UNXTEI). •BAYS THB " DAIIjY CHRONICLED' ' LdNDON/Momday'v ' , ; The Ddfily' Chronicle" declares j that the Cabinit.'is :«pltod .. ;&lt;n .J.^8.1 question of armaments. The, .same journal instances jar. . Churchill 'speeches' in -the House' of'Commons pn| the' 29th Marcli and at'Alexandra pa jnCo ori 15th*''Nt>yem"ber;' also. Mr. As-1 aUith'a - speeches at the Guild HalJ .and-at lieeds, Tho "Chroniclu" adds 'tbat.' jilr. ..^lo^d George, though strongly' convinced of the Value C>[ imtir'ovi-d rela'tions with G'ermnhy, did' not suggest that there was' any doubt' regarding' the continued ftHra cy and importance! of the Triple En tente. ■ 1 UK; Lito.' Chiozza lloniy, liberal •nbember fqr East Northam. has writ ten a''letter to the "DaUv Chronicle," In which he declares it impossible to maintain' n supreme navy unless (ho estimates are increased..
BATHING TRAGEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
BATHING TRAGEDIES. | Tho enjoyment of those making holiday at Point Ixmsdalo was pain fully marred on Saturday afternoon I by a pathetic double drowning fatali ty which occurred at that place in proximity to the Glaneuse r&lt;!of. The victims were among a party of eight young people, who wore staying at "Feleenhelm," a boarding lioujo kept by Mr. von Beschwitz. Somo of the larty went for a bathe in the iuri near the reef shortly after lun-'i, and Miss Hunter, who. realties at Middle Park, and Mr. R. Anderson wero soon observed to be in difficulties. A young man named Seabrook gallantly went to their rescue, but the under-iking proved too much for him. He be- I came exhausted, and sank ocnoath I the waves with Miss Hunter. Ano •ther youno: man, who also entered the water to assist fMr. Anderson an.l Misi; punter was not successful, and he was in a very fatigued condition vi.on he returned to the shore. In 'act, he bid experienced a narrow escape frotr, sharing the same fate a...
THE MEDITERRANEAN PROBLEM. AN IMPORTANT CONTINGENCY. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
the mediterranean problem. AN IMPORTANT?' CONTINGENCY. LONDON, Monday. Rear-Admiral Mahan, formerly of tho American Navy, writing to twe "Daily Mail," contends that the ■ British niivy cannot abandon- the' Mediterranean without >diaipter/ - ,to the Empire, but can hardly Tiold'the Mediterranean wittfout disaster to Great Britain'. He afcks how,'in the event of a'general'war arising •'from the present critical tiluation in. the Levant, can . the British navy ;sccr.re Kgypt nnd Suez V He argues whe ther Franco alone, or with Great Bri ' tain's support, can maintain the .control of ' trade, security and mill1' .tary eflectivoiusH througtio it' the Mediterranean is a point for conside ration!
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. RAND MINERS' UNREST. GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED. CAPETOWN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
111 jj I "■III.IUMIIHI.I^i^ I ' ItBPTa^'S' ,TBLffQnAM9.' RANDT MInWsI ITNlii8¥. GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED. CAPE^oWn, Sunday. X no unrest amottte'railw&ymoto'MIT* IncrcWsrt*:- ' A • mfcetln j*1 at 'pfttodk adoptod a tcaolu'biori reqtudatln& tha •Premier to' abandon the retrench mefit of miners. „ •, . ' Jobanhfc'8'burEi m'eh aro arranging • ■iot a Keneral'strlko on 7fcb' Inst. Un •less a settlement 4b rtrrlvod at. • Sev eral Natal mines have' already 'struck i to'obtain their' demands. ;Tho mas ters aro prepared to rIvc 17/.a/day ifor a 57i hours' week; with tlmo atid a pfjuarter forrovertimo.
CLERGYMAN'S DELIRIUM. LEADS TO HIS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
CLERGYMAN'S DELIRIUM. I IjEADS to his death. IThe Bv>.' F. A. Wenborn, of St. Paul's Church, DeMlinuin, bad been an inmato of the hospital for a firw i days suffering from pneumonia. Ab out 10.30 o'clock on Friday night, •luring the temporary absence n[ the nurse from the private ward, Lhe clergyman, who was apparently le lirious, broke through a wire netting window and escaped from tho ward. Dr. P. G. Palmer, who was &lt;>l30 a patient in the same ward, did not hear Mr. Wenborn leave. Tracks were followed from the hospital front gate to the police station corner, thence in the direction of the iivcr. The police discovered a handkerchief hearing Mr. Wenlorn's initials i t the ed&lt;>e of ttie water, and saw footprints in lhe mud. The river was dragged for Fcveral hours, but about nine o'clock on Saturday morning some toys who -were diving found the body within a few yards of tho spot where the handkerchief wiiM found. Deceas ed was a very popular clergmm. an...
BALMORAL. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
BALMORAL. (From Our Own Correspondent.) I •' Saturday. I Oil New Ypiir's l>ay the usual an tuial ]>ini)ii:'\vns lielil on t.ho river, wlion a good day's sport was enjoyed under r.lie charge of .Mr. Cyril Lnmpard (con vener), mid a. lmnd t«F willing workers. Children's' jmocs, swings ftnd games »vprc gone tliri'(i»li, and in the evening i damn was lull, which passed off vi rv well. _ The whole day passed oil' very siiciessfnlly.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
HAMILTON— Tuesday''and Wednesday, 13th and I4th January. : At Mrs. Kobb's. POVTIjAVD—TliLroday (afternoon) 15th January. GLEtf THOMPSON—Friday (Afternoon), lf>th .Tanusuy. Acknowledges! l»y itTo Press tho Greatest Syntuiu of I'ainless Dentistry in Aus tralasia. 88 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne 91 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park M. L. THOMAS (Recorded by tlio Pontal Board of Victoria), Considers your interests, so consult us dur ing otir visits—it will pay you. Have your Tenth Kxtracted by an Aiiiestlietic which lias proved itself to bo superior to moat Local Aniustlietics. A Wonderful Success. What Dr. Charles Humbley, D.D.S., editor of the American Dcutlots, U.S.A., says of Thomas' Painless Dentistry.—Dear Sir, — Concerning your anaesthetic, we will say ' Uat It appears to be tbe superior prepara tion for tbe Painless Extraction of Teeth, and the work is nerformed without pain or unpleasantness to tbe patient. INVINITH. America's" lateBt invention for artl .ficlal dentures, lighter, ...
RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON LINE. (Down). Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
j RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-PXAMXIjTON LINfl. (Down). Monday, TiMsday, Thursday, Friday. (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 7.15 a.m., Maroona 7.45, Willaura 8.12, Glenthompson 8.4S, Dunkeld 9.16, arrives Hamilton 9.58. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sa turday, (Passenger Only). Leaves Ararat 2.10 p.m., Maroona 2.40, Willaura 3.3, Glenthompson 3.35, Dunkeld 3.57, arrives Hamilton 4.35. Tuesday and Friday (.Mixed), 1,eaves Ararat 2.10 p.m., Maroona 2.43, Willaura 3.14, Glenthompson 3.58, Dunkeld 4.31, arrives Hamilton 6.14. Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 10.25 p.m., Maroona 10.52, Willaura 11.15, GlenthompBon 11.47, Dunkeld 12.12, arrives Hamil ton 12.S7 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednes day, and Saturday mornings. Up. Dally (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 12.23 p.m., Dun keld 1.8, Glenthompson 1.36, Wil laura 2.0, Maroona 2.40, arrives Ararat 3.20. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.28 p.m., Dun keld 7.13, Glenthompson 7.41, Wil laura 8.9, Maroona 8.32, arrives Ar arat 9.3.
HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914
i HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 10.20 a.m-, Branx holuic 11.12, Condah 11.39, Myamyn 11.52, Milltown 12.4, Heywood 12.2e P.m., arrives Portland l.Oi. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday (Mixed.) Leaves Hamilton 4.55 p.m., Branx holnw 5.48, Condah £.11, Myamyn t>.24, Milltown 6.37, Heywcod 7.2, arrives Portland 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branx holme 6.52, Condah 7.18, Myamyn 7.31, Milltowu 7.43, Hey wood 8.8 arrives Portland 8.55. Up. Daily (Mixed). Loaves Portland' 9.0 a.m., Hey wood 9.53, Miltown 10.20, Myamyn 10.28, Condah 10.50, Branxholrn 11.25, arrives Hamilton 12.0. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, an1. . Saturday (Mixed), leaves Portland 2.55 p.m., Heywoo 3.50, Milltown, 4.15, Myanvyn 4.27, Condah 4.46, Branxholme, 5.53, ur rives Hamilton 6.8.