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AUSTRALIAN-CANADIAN PREFERENCE. AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE EXTOLLED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

! PREFERENCE. I AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE EXTOLLED. : , ■ LONDONi Sunday. > The Dominions' Trade Oorriims.-.ion, which resumes its sittings in London to-morrow, will icon'sidor its ,jntorim 'report. It -will then continue -.p sit *1' England until February, whan' it to South Africa, remaining thorc ; *?r' v''o months > and eoinir on to Cnnadain Juiy> K J- , '/IT* the, Cinadia.n '"Minister" f^Commferce; who" ;s' a { abember of the .ommiissKm, eaW id •an interview lei. ttwJ y.-that m(cr. . ^al.negotiatiOTB .fo ^r(5n^ MV , 'tween Canada and Aift,.- , pressed favourably, bWK. of Government in AustfalK n/L .cjuded a 'definite aroingenneni, ,ph^ ( sentiment of Australia favourflv _ 'ference. Ths great majority' of'oK * dians approved of the Government", 'naval measure, and it'remained t.o bij seeti what action would ibe taken • oh ;tia reassembling' of the Canadian 'Parliament .on thp 15th. 8 Mr,. Postef . wa^'-'espefcially impress <ed .'with Ausstjralia'Drs' rind New Zea-: -...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BRITISH POLITICS. POSSIBILITIES OF A SPLIT. ROME, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

RBPTBR'B TBLBQRAMa.. BRITISH POLITICS. POSSIBILITIES OF A SPLIT! nbME.' Jrfontlhy.' ' ■ Sonic or tho lending prCs's organs, ; commenting on thu r'op'ortcit'Mln'i^ • lerial differences In Gr^nt" Britain,' (consider that since the BHtiSli' Cahl !;riet d9'28 not Iritdnd to almndori th6" •incrcaso in tho naval 'estimates Mr. ; Lloyd George will be forced-to r'6 '•■•ifen..especially ns Mr. Otmrchill win 'always 1>3 able to| r<.ly- on (.he eup ;port of the Opposition. ; Otber ^owBpajwrs.'intcr'pi'.st'tmJ' statements made'lby Mr. liloy'd (liiidr'go' ;iii the conversation at Crtfcoloth', i.ot jas a prbmise 'ot' arotluctlott, in ' the I estimates, bufasic warning" tS<»t if would b6 impossible tfcf Axceeii' the actual limits, '6xc4pt'at " fcbfc risrf of; overturning' itihe national Bfliflce.

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"ORGANISED INSANITY." GERMAN OPINION OF ANTI-ARMAMENT CAMPAIGN. BERLIN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

a! i, « , " ORGANISED IKSAKiTY.'' , GEHMAN OPINION . OF'A'NTI:A<R MAMKNT ; OAMPAIfrN. •••■>• •' BERLIN, Monday. I; Conni lieventflpw, ■ writing to the j " Douitsdlie Ta'giszciiung;"-' declares; I that Mr. Lloyd George's ■ Manguag« ■ only' ir,cre'ns;8::G.;rm'an hiistrurt:': of GreSt :: Britaihi' . Count i Rcvcntlow 'especially resents' Mu "Lloyd"-'- Geor • g^'s'de'sCriptioh1 oi alWatnents; : ag ' ainst' which lho 'infltistrlAl- clrtssea ol Wcflt^rij 'Euf'otyc have rovolted, as or ganised irisanity." 1

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BURIAL OF ACTOR FRAGSON. UPROAR AT FUNERAL. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

iVmEs^Srdf UPROAR AT FUM^RAjL. r.. , The funeral ,of:Herify ^rapson, tne 'wl^kn^qv'.OTUBicvKaU'.artist,1; yino !w'as mnrdefed liy Ins :jig<e0 '. few - days «go,' .topic pi {ice y esterday, 'and ,was,marlcea jijt disgttffcefuVscenea; .Thousands',ofciti&iite',Sttufeglea ■ 'vio lently . t'o ' s^eK. a '.ioifiin' of'vant&gti 'when • '!khf funeral,'jpftdoessjiori licacacd1 'the church. ' Womfen. ftrtd children .broke tKrolich" the cordon' of: nolfc'e; ,ani3 • ' tore pieces from the wreaths, i which, the •crowd''fought! for..'* - J;,.'"' ' The church " wrfs V&cfced ifcith'- n6iety 'sightseers. : Many friendsi of.the dead .actox ^ere. uh'h.We^'t^'inier,' and . the ceremony was coiitin'-'uUly rri^"'"'jd by ^irreverent iftterFlfp.RtffiS.

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HAMILTON-COLERAINE. Down. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

H*™ILTON-COIiERAINE, Down. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 5.30 p.m.," Boch ara 5.51, Wannon 6.10, Gritjurk 6.25, arrives Colcraine 6.35. Monday and Thursday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.20 p.m., Doeh ara 6.41, Wannon 7.0, Gritjurk 7.15, arrives Coleraine 7.35. Up. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday. (Mixed .1) •Leaves Coleraine 10.10 a.m., Grit jurk lu.33, Wannon 10.43, Bochara 10.57, arrives Hamilton 11.30. Saturdays (Mixed). Leaves Coleraine 8.35 a.m., Grit jnric 8.58. Wannon 9.8, Bocbara 'J.22, r " -j Hamilton 9.55.

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HAMILTON-WARRNAMBOOL. Ordinary Trains. UP. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

HAMILXON-WARRNAMBOOL,. Ordinary Trains. UP. Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.10 a.m., Pane hurst 7.17, Hawkesdale 8.11, Korolt 9.14, arrives Warrnambool 10.10. Thursday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 11 a.m., Pens Mirst 12 i.0 p.m., Hawkesdale 1.6, Koroit 2.1C, arrives Warrnambool 2.57. MOTOR SERVICE. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (Passenger). Leaves Hamilton 4 p.m., Pena hurit 4.45, Koroit 6 p.m., arrive Warrnambool 6.25. Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Passenger). Leaves Hamilton 6.30 p.m., Pens hurst 7.15, Koroit 8.30, arrives Warr nambool 8.50. Down. MOTOR SERVICE. Daily (Passenger). Leaves Warrnambool 8.35 a.m., Koroft 9.0, PenshurBt 10,20, arrives Hamilton 11.0. Ordinary Trains, Monday, Tuesday, Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Warrnambool 1 p.m. or 2.17, Koroit 2.55, Hawkesdale 3.50, Penshurat 5.4, arrives Hamilton 5.55. Thursday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Warrnambool 2.17 p. ' Coroit £.55, Hawkesdale 3.5U, l'i hurst 5.4, arrives Hamilton 5.55 W...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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BRANXHOLME-CASTERTON. Down. Thursdays (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 6 January 1914

uranxholme-casteuton. jLsown. Thursdays (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 10.20 a.m., Brans holme 11.35, Grassdale. 11.59, Merino 12.24 . p.m., Henty 12.28, Sandtord 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, bandford 7.30, arrives Cftaterton 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branxholme 7.15, Grassdale 7.40, Merino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandforf 8.45, arrives Casterton 9. UP. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Casterton 8.35 a.m., Sand ford 8.49, Henty 9.12, Merino 9.40, Grassdale 10.12, Branxholme 11.25, arrives Hamilton 12.0. Thursdays (Mixed). Leaves CaBterton 3.10 p.m., Band ford 3.20, Henty 3.39, Merino 3.59, Grassdale 4.27, Branxholme 5.33, arrives Hamilton 6.8.

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

DEATH. WILSON. - At Koorine, South Australia, on 30th December, George St. Vincent, third son of the late Rev. James Yelvis- ton Wilson, Portland, Victoria.

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

T. H. W'i JlTJOTIONEERSj stock, station, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, valuers, ETO., Hamilton.^ ' Branch Offices nt Horsham, Warrack naboal, Rainbow, Joparlt, NhiU, L'oleraino, Willaura. Also at <37 Collins-si., Melbourne. Sales of Fat and Store Shoep and Oattlo conductod In tira Corporation Yards, HamUton, every Friday. Fortnightly Sales held a Macarthur and Ooleralno. Uid Private Sales of. Land and Stoct tonductcd In any part of Iho State, j^oans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of latere *t. agents for— Dalgrty & Co., Woolbrokers, Geelong and'Melbourne. THE I. Q. A. (Th« Inimance Office of Australia, 1 Ltd.) . Fire Accident Llva Stoc*. Ba.be Your Will— And provide for the Future t>j Means of the perpetual Executory and Trusteas A&Socla-, '""Won of Australia Ltd. ' Office—29rSl Quesn-streat, Melbourne.. Capital of £150,000. Claims Guarantee Fund, £10,0M. DIRECTORS : E. Mk Hyndman, Esq. (.Chairman), Colin Temple ton, E»q., Hon. John Thomson,, M.L.A., Harry...

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

BASEBALL. THE WELCOME IN SYDNEY. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. The American baseballers were wel- comed by Alderman Richards, Lord Mayor, to-day. It is stated that   when the tour was being arranged it   was suggested to cut Australia out, but Messrs. M'Graw and Comiskey, the managers, said, "No Australia — No tour." The New York Giants are playing New South Wales, this afternoon. The Chicago White Sox defeated   the New York Giants by ten runs to     five.

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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Following is the official forecast for Wednesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Following is the official forecast for' Wc-dntstlfiv :— Fine, with rising tomporatiiros ; ei;st to. 1'ortii winds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

PROMOTED H AND OINTMENT Directions : Make a parting and rub gently with Cuticura Ointment. Continue until whole scalp has been gone over. The next morning sham poo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Shampoos alone may be used as often as agreeable, but once or twice a month is generally suffi cient for this special treatment.— * P C'ullcura Boapunri Ointment ure sold throughout the world. A llbmtl munplft of eueli, with 32.p#g« booklet uu the care uud trehtinoui of dm akluitod wain.•Wnt pint-free, Addreia H. Towua & G«., fyduey.N.S. W, HAMILTON— Tuesday and Wednesday, 13th and I'+th January. At Mr?. Kobb's. P)FTl,AND—Thursday (Afternoon) 15th January. QIjBNTHOMPSON—FHdiy (Afternoon), l<»th Januajy. Acknowledged by the Fresa Iho CJrentflst System of Painle.-s Dentistry in Aus tralasia. 88 Jtirizabeth Street, Mellojrne o±. Victoria Avenue, Albert Vark M. L. THOSV3AS (Kliy tin' I'ontnl Board of Vi(.'tipiht), Considers your interests, so consult usdur ing our visits—it...

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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) BALLARAT. Tuo>?dav. In fat cattla 148 were forward to day, a small proportion being go>d to prime. C ompetit-on was hiisk, and prices showed a g-ood advance<u lat« rates, especially for best quality. Prime 'bullocks sold from £12 to £ 11 12/6, good £9/10/ to £11, medium £7/15/ <to £8/10/. Averages—Mr. J. 11. Uross, (inzette, 10 Hillocks at £13 ; Mr. John U. iloLiertson, Mount Mitchell, 20 bullocks at £10/4/;Mr H.' A. Austin, Elaine, 8 bullocks ut £10/1/3, 3 cows at £0. Cnlves.—18 penned, best selling! In £6/17/6. , >M.e.p—4943 penned. A small num ber were prime. Competition wan 1 rift'i, and valuta a good deal bit ter than last market. Prime cros:-' 'bred wethers 18/ to 19/, extra prun.i 20/ to 21/3, good 15/6 to 17/, ii:e di m 13/0 to 14/0, prime crossbr.-d ewes 16/ to 17/, extra to 17/9, good 14/ to 15/, best nurino wethern 11/ to 15/, good 12/ to 13/. Lambs—2314 forward, tlio majority cf which w....

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THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON R& CORDS. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Drv Wet Humid Times. Corrected. Bull), Bulb. uy. p. CPrt.. J a.m. &0.159 GG.O 57.0 r,4.e 3 p.m. 30.0 C ''il.it' 12.J <-.0 RAINFALL. Nil. SHADE TEttlfERATURE. Maximum Minimum. 80.0 dee. 48.1 ueg. Pull Moon—January 12. New 'Moon—Junuury 2J. Average rainfall for 43 years, from January 1st, 18;0, to December 3lBt, 1913, 27.31 inches. Total rainfall from January 1st,, to 9 a.m. on Junuary cth, nil. TODAY. Run rises 5.17, Bets 7.57. Moon rises 3.13, Beta 5.55.

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THE TANGO WAR. BALLS CANCELLED IN NEW YORK. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

THE TANGO WAR. ]3AI,!,S T3AN<TEL,£ED IN NEW yp^t. LONDON, Monday. Following on the interviews'' "with London society leaders in favbur 61 banning the ton&f;'t8g:-^iltiy:'PbroiU tele" publishes tihV opinions bl leas ing New York rigftlunt's;'TiU| latter approve cf the llkhce,"thoUgh 'they allow that sonie forms/ aha objec tionable. Opposition 'tS by* Cardinal Farley,' York, liab causcd tho cahccllWidn'-• of' a nuhiber of balls in- • New York, inclun tliri? one at the Catholic '' Institute, to which 600 people. had been invit ed.1 -Several' rtM^aurattts arc sub stituting: ' Knells.aaOJies, notably the miiiuet. ... .

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STATE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. UNOPPOSED RETURN OF TUREE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

| STATE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. UNOPrOSKD KKTUliX OF TUKKK. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Sir Alexander Peacock, Mr. H. S. W. Utwaon 2in(l Mr. John Murray, three of t ho LiberalM ni t rd, were returned unopposed tu-rtuy.

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LARGE WHEAT DELIVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

LARGE WHEAT DELIVERIES. A: return issued by the JtailtfaV de partment' shows ; that nn 'crceptfon-' .illy . heavy ' wheat" traffic : is' beltip;' dealt with at the present'time. ' Up. to Saturday last l',U4;149 bags- bad been lo,id;d on raiWriy fetation^,'1 as aguinst 315,735' bfllgs loaded ' during tlic' corresp'pndlng' period .of the vioUs season.' ' ^he number o£ bags' stacked at stations on Saturday'iyas 497,G03, as iigair.s^ 88,0j(j last year. On'Friday l-<6,447 l>ag£<; were loaded, ( which constitutes a Record handling for1 "Victoria. The previous record was established on 20th January, 1309, when 107,235 bncs were loaded. On Saturday, which Is regarded ak i Miori; day, 138,683 bags were loaded intfj railway trucks. ' Most of tlie grain is pouring in from the 'north ern, nor'.ib-easte'rri, and Goulburh Val ley'lines. Most of Hie wlirat is be ing exported' vjit 'WilHnmfetown,1: and nu!coh««slton in 'life traffic is ' nntlcl Paied. The Kipon Shiio celebr...

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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. I In (at 8heep 27,000 were va:'ded to day, best wethers being mo;ier>it<rly represented, while n largo proportion consisted of good ami prima cvoss brod ewes. The bulk of the merinos consisted of useful grada medium niwl light-weight wethers ami moder ately fat to serviceable staphs. In fer.or descriptions were repi'.stnted solely by consignments of old ewes. There -was spirited competition thro ughout, both for export and local trade requirements, and prices tilled about 1/ per head in advance ot for mer rates. Quotations—Prime yross 'bred wethers 18/ to 19/6, extra 20/ to 21/, good 16/9 to 17/9, second and inferior 15/ to 16/, with hogget we-, thers 14/ to 1C/6, according ' o duali ty, prime crossbred ewes 15/6 to 1//, extra 18/ to 20/9, pood 13/9 te 15/, second 12/'b 'j > 13/6, jrimc merino We thers 15/9 to 17/l>, good 14/ to 15/0, seconds 12/ to 13/6, inferior small from 9/6, with meri...

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THE DANDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

' THE DANDIES. Direct frqm England, with all the very' latest ideas, numbers and novol tieB, Mr. Edward Bra-nseombe's. new English. costuine comedy company, the' bandies, is making a flying visit to the important' overland town's prior to its opening its long summer season in Sydney. The success' achie ved by this, company since its'arrival' in "Australia is due to its conspituou"; excellence and the certain things . es sential to., tllis type of, eirtertalrnnont; Ndthinu dull, nothing stale, nothing tawdry,. nothing vulgar. The ' man agement assert that the whole- sftov,v •goes with a.-clockMikc regularity that has .nqt yet been.; equalled in ' Austra lia; The artists work together with hearty camarad^rieand know -not thy phrase. *.;pr]bfe9BionftI' jealousy.'!- VA M fiAppy family,'! 'they cdme over the footlights, a» it were, ap-d -immediate', ly "establish intimate relations -,vith thGif. public. The house simply rocks with. laughter, at tha delicious- fooling; of,'^he comedians. ...

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MONA WEST STILL MISSIHG. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

MONA WEST STILL MISSIHG. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY. Tueadav. Miss Mona West, the young ladjJ trom Goulburn, who disappeared ou | November 5tli, is still missing.

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