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AUSTRIAN STRIKERS FIGHT. PITGHED BATTLE AT TACOMA VANCOUYER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

AUSTRIAN STRIKERS FIBHT. PJT6HED BATTLE_AT TACOMA. '• VANCOUVER. Mnndav. Austrian striken' itt Tacoraa, in the Statu'" of Washington, fought a rit.bhed Imltle on a hill overlooking llio smelling plant, from which the man recently declared a strike-. Se veral persons were injured. A body rf sharpshooters spceditv silenefcd tl'it) Austrians afttr a fierce iritcr (•li^nrp of bullets. 1 It IS not known if nny Austrians were injured. The militia has te?n'ordired'out.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OIL TANK BREAKS IN TWO. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

OIL TANK BREAKS IN TWO. 'NEW'(YORK, TiH&day. ► . Without warning the oil ■ tSmK" ' of [i .thfc' steamer t)lflahoraa'' brttfce In twa. | The stern aectlori of the'' vessel aanlf I, instantly, catryln»i'fbtty men 'to death. The other portion of; the [ stftamer floated ldnp enough to al~ l low' a boat with eight: men to leave the, wreck.' The weather" was" ;ve^y rtmrh,. high seas runniog at the-time, of the disaster. The steamer pavaria is now carry ins1 the survivors; who arc' ima^liy to account fbr'the vCssfelts cktHiorclina • rjr accident. ' " ;

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

POLICE COURT. Messrs. F. Uren and" J. Ahearn, J's.P., occupied the bench at the police court yesterday, when a young man names Charles Cross was charg- ed with behaving in an offensive   manner in Brown-Street about 0ne o'clock that morning- 1 'The'eTidcritj of Conatabl'e W,oddt}rJdge wag 'to tht effect that the 'defendant iitfd others . were''creating a disturbance ;jicar the collepe, and.they 'atierwards :i»ot into onsdale-iStreet. "lie Ijact 'npok<;!i 'to them -'jouf thQir conduct. Subsii nuentlv. when witnesis ahd Coiuitible Rowbottom " saw 'them, they ran ,av"V".- ..''lit..•witness caught Crbs's anil arrested hlrii," TMiey were singing ot tensive parodleB on certain sonn?, ancV Bonio of them ' were' U'aing Jjafl !,Vri guagt). In reply to the dol'ondant I witness-said lio qo(ild not spy i defendant"lifitl'usoct the bad language. 1 Couatablo Rowbottom cpTro'jD.-iitcd ■fcho last witness, and added that at' ten minutes past -twolvo o'clock those young men we...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of news. SENIOR AND JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

Items of News. SENIOR AND JUNIOR PUBLIC EX- AMINATIONS. The following additional successes of candidates -from 'the' Hamilton cen- tre are recorded Senior Public.— English (pass)—J. Chambers (Mel- bourne. High School), Mary G. Egan (correspondence, Melbourne High School), T. Morris (Hamilton and Western District College). Junior p bllc.-Geometry (distinction)—An-   nie "B. Moronev (Higher Klt'mcii Lary School. Hamilton); (pass) — A. V. Burgess, Hazel Drummo'nd, H. 13. Heine, Ruby G. Lang, Florence A. Terrill (Higher EWmcAlafy School; Hamilton), a. J. OutrWge (Hamilton and Western District Colloge), ». S Campbell (Mr. J. n. Wilson, Port land, private tutor).

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 7 January 1914

A SEARCHING- Scrutiny reveals -T*- $iat. .The Don leads asf high class tailors;- hatters, mercers, boot men ■ aim outfitters. Our siuts escel in tihe'.fit,' style am\ finish. Pew equal,, rtbne excel. Values', 63/, 75/. Besf range of 'hats, fur, felt, 5/G, 7/6,' 10/6 ■: ■ straiWa 4/6', worth 7/fi ; pafiamat?.- In boots we lead, . tads andiblabk, 12/C, 17-/6. Incbsv umUr. wearnatty' shirts and tie's, crash , suitav-Vboys' suits,- you cet aotua.1 irioney'0'U worth • At • • -George' ;:aiul O'Neill's. AT OAiRTHEW-',8f- -ThomsonTuett, best selection "HovlW I-iiuls, plain, shots,•'"and' 'fane/ designs,'' 32 inches wide. All c/11 dozen. T jW A 1,1, A :C E ' S." " i X$IAS.- GIFTS. TIES, FANCY SOX, SILK handkerchiefs, - -And Cr,OTli^NG.: '• AZJl'MMOSS baa Re-opened in • '"Shop opposite the Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de sires" to make quick clearances of his stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash. A REASONABLE Discount Allow ed ofT Toys to Sunday School o...

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FASHIONABLE ANGLO-GERMAN WEDDING. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

FASHIONABLE ANGLO-GERMAN WEDDING. BERLIN, Tiiesdnv. . The HonouraUc John Mitford, four-, th "son of ijord Ht-dsdale, was wed ded to Fraulein Von Freidlandts •Kuld, one of the richest lieiresscB in Germany. The wedding was a fashional-le function.

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WORLD FLYING AVIATOR. CHALLENGED TO A DUEL. CAIRO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

WORLD FLYING AVIATOR. CHALLENGED TO A DUEL. CAIRO, Wednesday. It now- appears that as the out come of a Hquabble, M. Vedrip^s, the famous aviator, struck the I'rench aviator Rous in the face. VedrineH lefused Houx's demand for a duel cm the "round that the latter had dis graced France. ■M.' Quinton, president of the French Aerial Leaeue, telegraphed to M. Vedrines, " Fight duel or return." 7edrines replied, " Will flu lit you jrhen I return.'^

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MEXICAN AFFAIRS. PROTECTION OF FOREIGN LIVES. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

MEXICAN AFFAIRS. SPItOTECTION OF FOREIGN. LIVES. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. S Officials of the American State Dc-! partmerit and foreign ambassadors ore consulting frequently re^arilio ' the Mexican imbroglio. The cuneral attirude of the foreign diplomats i understood to be that the United States is free to follow any uoliey I she" thinks lit, -provided that shj uro Ibects th« lives and large material in terests of foreigners throughout Mesi rn.

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DEAD MAN'S MONEY. WIPES OUT FAMILY. MADRID, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

DEAD MAN'S MONEY. - m WIPES OUT FAMILY. MADRID, Tuesday. Scnor Talacie recently died leaving | <jvtr JCJ ,000,000, mostly to his youn- I Rest soil, Francisco. The eldest son, I furious at losing the money, killed his mother and brothers at Berdeal. ! 1-Ie then committed suicide bv shoot ing. hims-'lf. The fortune will pro bably ruvert tt> the State. |

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THE ZABERN FRACAS. SERIOUS CONFLICT OF TESTIMONY. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

THE ZABERN FRACAS. SERIOUS CONFLICT OF TESTIMONY. IJKRLI.W Tuesday. The chief feature of to-miy a cm deiit'c at the in itiiry into the mili- | tary ilist,;ii.atu-e at Zalicrn, in Al- i Batia, held at Slraslnirg, was the j sharp 'cont'Kt ixtweai the state- i merits c.f educated civilians and oHi- 1 cers regarding the Ithavioiir of the people. t'ivilims, including judicial officials, w eiv I Oditive that the j heard no hooting, shouting, or hiss ing while tilt soldiers were clearing the ii'.ireets cnil arresting the demon- , Btrators. The President of the ; court vainly sought to persuud:' thtirv to qualify tlieir statements. j

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS STRIKE COMMENCES TO-DAY. PRETORIA, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

•*"U' RHUTBR'8 "TBLiBGRAMB. SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS STRIKE COMMENCES TO-DAY. PRETORIA. Tuesday Night. Mr. lltTton, Minister of Railways, tleclaies that onlv 70 casual i-mployes have <lismits;Hl out of a staff of 35.(1(10. Mr. I'outsma, general secre tary of thi Tlailwaymen's Society, stat 8 that the permnncnii mtn have been ri trenched, nml that the execu tive has advised the men to ctase Work on Thursday moniinK.

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ALLEGED ILLEGAL OPERATION. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

ALLEGED ILLEGAL OPERATION. " (Wlr® From Our Correspondent,^ MELBOURNE, Wedncsdiw. I Alice Wise was remanded to-day on the charge cf iportorming an illegal operation on flcasie Shields, aged 18, vrho is in a dying condition. £1000 tyail was allowed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. The way 'jo bo well is to keep the kidneys well. What a lot. oft back ache there is among womert. ( And little wonder. A woman's ''.'work, and care, and worry, are enough to break down a much stronger consti tution than is given to most women, or men either, for the matter of that. The kidneys are invariably (.he firs'j to feel the strain. And they let their needs) b« known, too, very promptly. Backache is the cry for help ; 'jhe cry of the sick kidneys. Doan's Backache Kidiiey Pills help the kidneys, they are made specially to act cm the kidneys. Jo an's Pills cure to stay cured. Head this testimony Mrs. W. Schade, Jackson-street, Uasterton, says :—"Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are a fine kidney re medy. I have proved Lhis. They cu red- me of severe headache, sleep lessness, and generally strengthened my kidneys and improved my health. I suffered agony with my back. I could not stoop or move about free ly, and t&j constant pain made me irritable and mise...

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MR. A. W. CRAVEN'S WILL. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

MR. A. W. CRAVEN'S WILL. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, WedneBdav. ! The win 'has bcPn lodged for pro bate of the late Mr. A. W Cra-cn ox-chairman of comimtttees' in the Legislative Assembly. Property val ued at £3600 Is left to the widow. V

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COMMONWEALTH NOTES. INCREASED CIRCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

COMMONWEALTH NOTES. INCREASED CIRCULATION. There wis a marked advance (lur ing December in the circulation of Commonwealth notes, Uio increase' I oin,; 1:19,405 in nnnilicr and £436,457 in value, Tlio greater portion of the increase whb in Vie circulation of £1 11 jt s, although every denorrti- ' nation with the inception of the .t 20 i)nd 4:300 notcH showed an ad vance. _ liven the lit,U<! appreciated 10/ noii! wai not nej.l:ctcd, there l:ein? nerrly ;1000 more in ciiculaLion on 31st Dicemhcr than there was. a month before. The details are os follow :— Utnr mi liaticn. Number.' Amount. £ -. 10/ .. ... 40,5fi3 20,281/10 . ... 3,204,37)3 .,. 3,204,373 S 5 . . ... R94.924 ... 3,47-4,(320 410 . . ... 17J,U4-... 1,881,140 /20 . . ... 1.6,997 ... 339,940 £50 . . ... ie.,S'« ... 818,000 • *100 . . ... 4|212 ... ' 421,200 Total .. . 4,145,r43 £0,959.554/10 The Treasury, on the date ot the return, held £4,492,5S5 in gold, ag-^ ainst the note issue. Under the a-.t, passed by tl-e ...

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BOY KILLED BY MOTOR CAR. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

EOY KILLED BY MOTOR CAR. (Wire Pram Our Correspondent.) I MELBOURNE, Wednesday. j-iipry Costello, nicfid 15, was knoc ked down by a motor cor last Ho died in the Melbourne hospital to-day.

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WEATHER FORECAST. Following is the official forecast for Thursday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. Following is the official forecast lor Thursday :— Cool change from westward, gradu ally s. reading through Straits, pre ceded by sonic thunderstorms ; sou th-west winds, and some coastal showers. The maximum temperature in the shade to-day was 97.Sdeg. Constantly Itching, Burned When Put in Water, Would Rub and Scratch Until Hand Raw, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment, Now Quite Recovered. "Ooo-«\" ChlrnsUlo St., Footseray, "Vic. -—"The affection front which I suffered is, thanks to Cuticura, quite cured. It first appeared around uiy knuckles and finger joints. I first, noticed it hy niy hands con stantly Itching. On putting my hands in water the burning feeling would nearly send me distracted. Tho palms of my hands were ali cracked and tho skin completely peeled off them, and on awakening during the night (he continual itching would keep in© awako for hours. I would rub ami scratch them until the hacks of my hands would look like raw flesh. I determined to try the ...

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ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

R03BERY WITH VIOLENCE. (Router's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesdi - DaUd Williams was clubbed and robbed of a watch and chain by two men at Pyrmont this rmorning. He was treated in the hospital. SYDNEY'S BUILDINC BOOM. (EflUter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. Nine thousand two hundred and seventy-four buildings, -a yrth £6,371,617, were constructed in rivd nej, during 1913, This constitutes a record.

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HOT DAY IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

HOT DAY IN MELBOURNE. (Wire Prom Our. Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Wednesday The weather was very hot to-day, the highest reading at Gairat's I.e.up 99.6 degrees. Mr. Hunt predicts n change within a few hours.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Wednesday, To-day's Quotations were:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 8 January 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. .(Wire From Our Correspondent.! MELBOURNE, Wednesday, i To-day's Quotations were :— Wheat—3/6 per bushel. Oats—Milling, 1/9J ; fced, l/sj per bushel. Hay—£6/10/ per ton. Lucerne Hay—£3/10/ per ton. Chaff—To £3/5/ per ton. Lucerne Chaff—£4/15/ per ton. Potatoes.—<t'4/5/ per ton. Onions—£6/10/ per ton.

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