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COMING EVENTS. JANUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

OOMINQ EVENTS, JANUARY— 17—Wan nam bool-Races. • Nomina tions Jnpuary 7. Handicaps Ja 1 nuaryl2. - 26—Braniholme Carnival 1 and "Sports." FEBRUARY— 7—Hawfecsdalc . Raccs. Nomina tions Jauuary 28. Handicaps February 3.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEATHER FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

WEATIIKK FOR DECK.MIJKH. Docembur was a very dry month on tho whole, the total rainfall of I(38 points be ing recorded in four days, 115 of which were registered on tho 23rd ult. 'X'lio pre cipitation was considerably below tho average for tlio past 43 years (2">S points). Tho year's rainfall amounted to 24.08 inches, slightly moro thnn in 1012, but considerably less thnn tho average for ninny years past. Thcnnomotrieally the month was a toraporato ono, tho hottest day being Decomber 2 (96.9 degrees).

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of News. STATE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

Utem# of WclvB. sx.viv: POLITICS. Mr. Watt will deliver his policy pooch I at Essedon on Monday night. Tho j Premier expressed pleasure on learning Hint Mr, J. >Y. Lockie (Liberal) had defeat ed Mr. "Wright (Labour) for tho IJennmbra seat. 14 Ministers," ho said, "felt that Mr. Leekie, who did not live in the district, in meeting Mr. "Wright, a very old resi dent, had a heavy task, and it was rendered tho more difficult when tho holidays inter fered with tho work and interest of tho election. However, the people of Benaui bra are apparently solid for Liberal prin ciples, and I think a victory of about 400 under the circumstances is a most decisive I one. I am sure Mr. Leckio will be an ac I quisition to the party. Hois very sincere | with public problems, and ho i6 a sober I minded and earnest Liberal."

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Thursday. Following is the official forecast for Friday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MRIiBOUHNE, Tluirs:lny. Following is the official foiecnst for Friday :— . , Pino generally, witn soutn-woHi tu I Koutli-enst winds and moderate toni | pcrattirca.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

THE DOOR THAT ALWAYS OPENS." Tho Door Hint- always opens" is tho title of tho latest booklet issued l»y l>r. Hnrrmrdo's Homes. It contains tho lifo stories of a dny's admissions told in a \eiy readable fashion. Hero is one of them : ' In tho dark Jjours comes little Toddio, i found in tho street at two oelork in tho: ' morning, burning witH fovor. Not oven I)r. Harnardo's Homos could save him, and ; | wo can see that ho vtiti^t dio. Jitit nohody could know how pitiful somo of his last I words would ho. His good nurso kissed him liko a molher. 'Why did you do that ?' said tho astonished hov ; and then, ' Nobody—novor -kissed—me—afore.' " For noarlv half a century tho door of Or. Uar/iard"'* IIoiikn has opened to All destitute children. Many of thorn 1:01110 in a pitiable condition— aflltoted, suffering j and miserable. 7S.r<K) children havo paa sod through tho door. and the majority yf thom hnvo Won trained in various ways to I tako thoir places in tho Dominions hoyond ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES. CUP WON BY ALURED. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

TATTERS ALL'S CLUB RACES. CUP WON BY ALiUBED. (Keuter's Telegram.1 SYDNEY, Thursday. The Sydney Tattersall's Cluh rn.cc; ine was concluded to-day, in fine weaf.her. Following1 are the results -4 Novice IJandicap.—Sound Asleep, 1 ; Ethel Buckley, 2 ; Warman, 3. ! AVinner, 6 to 4 on. Flying Welter.—Manchester, 1 ; J.a France. 2 : First Principle, 3. Win I ^ tier, S to 1. ...* New Year's Gift.—Popinjay, 1 -|Go\ • Ben Hop, 2 ; Merton Lad, 3. Winner, 7 to 2. Tattersall's Club Cup.—Alured, 1; Coradil, 2 ; Limelight, 3. Winner, 8 to 1. Nursery 'Handicap. — Mountain Knight, 1 : Secret Service, 2 ; Lnrd ner, 3. Winner, 6 to 1. Welter Handicap.—Crosska, 1 ; I^aggtard, 2 ; Kilmeadou, 3. Winner, C to 4.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. V.R.C. RACES. STANDISH HANDICAP WON BY CAPTAIN WHITE ST. VANO WINS BAGOT HANDICAP. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. RAGING. V.H.C. HACKS. STANDISH HANDICAP WON BY CAPTAIN WHITE ST. VANO WINS UAC.OT HANDI CAP. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. Fine weather prevailed for the New Yet.r s Day meeting of the V.H.C. There was 1111 immense attendance. Following are the results :— llunlle Hum.—M'Alpin, 1 ; Jack Lon'doii, 2 ; The Majestic Nut, 3. Oth?r Bt .rters — Special MtsseJiger, I'oomah, Goidfihh, WMdi u, Common wealth. Winner, 4 to 1. Won by threj-^unrters of a length. Widdun was fourth, and I'oomah Inst. Tiintf, Sniin. 46jsecs. Stundish Handicap.—Captain Whi te,. 1 ; Four Flush, Z ; Yarrien, 3. Other starters—1 orcl Walla, Silver Lid, The Beggar Maid, Culma, Two A!-s, Cuair Burn, Widgiewa, Coola gunyah, Miss 'Sower, Tlhuldul, Knira, Wallace, Dffence, '.'oolamatong, Par olle.-.- and Wyneih. Betting : 3 to 1 Pulmn, l!i to 1 Captain White. Won by half a length, Two Alts being fo: l th and Silvir Lad last. Time, lmin. HJsecs. Stejphclmse —Tinto, 1 ; Fost^r to'i, 2 ; Ue...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

A CHRISTMAS Greeting to all from George and O'Neill", The Don, who art! the premier tailors, mcrtsers, hatters/ outfitters, and boot rn'oi, who liave solved the- question wfeere to buy your holiday attire. We have the nobby tie, the natty shirt, the stylish hat in felt, fur, panama, of straw ; the cool crash or silk nuit, the cosy underwear for hot days we'*e got 'em. AT OARTHEW.S, Thomson cuect, best selection Hoyl.?s' runts, plain, shots, and fancy designs, 32 Inches wide. All G/.11 dozen'. T WALLACE'S.!'" ■ * > »Z2IA8. GIFTS. TIES, FANCY SOX, " 8ILK HANDKERCHIEFS, 'And CLOTHING. ! A i' SEMKOSB lias Re-opened in • Shop opposite the - Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de sires "to make quick clearances of bis stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash. A REASONABLE Discount Allow ed off Toys to Sunday School ior other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street Emporium. BOOKS, Stationery, and Fav.ty Goods, New Local Postern ds, and. a large asso...

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[?]ONDON WHE[?] MARKET. LOND[?] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

I .m t _ IV'-. iW Thtirfl^v.-r cargoes arij^U wet, sellers. |R. 5du11' 1>cln£ lo'

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SNOW IN [?]RMANY. HEAVIEST FOR AN[?] CENTURY. BERLI[?] Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

I SNOW iH huvikpt ^j^7^>mmy. L- .. wncsda*. ' « t)ow$l9rm. # has fd!l?n BF". heftVic^- f»rtt^ io. P^hsad. Sim«-ilO ^'r-' »nf tra^ rwored -over"Nortl'i|*ptyn nr i; M's- • ■ ji<" ■■;; -"— '"-T",JftPuar^^ *

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BOYS FOR FA[?]M LABOUR. ADVERTISING [?]N ENGLAND. LON[?]ON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

boys fob fakimoor: ADVERTISING JN ENGLAND. LONr.^BG)N. Wednesday;,. The New a out. immigration .'(Uparlj In^, extensively for labtour, zviarfinticlt.! mrnc with, corami from 10/ to,l5/i)cii fconrd and lodglnps. rinw, 'i », > [/*»' l Wales-Victoflwi l-SITf-ttt ..adverltia Jtomwxpcrienced.wljqv |I.„. { farm- .-CipployV glHEcins;. wnseo ,vo' ftRt'^eck, with free ictio r

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CAPTAINCY OF VICTORIAN ELEVEN. ARMSTRONG RESIGNS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

CAPTAINCY OF VICTOFJAN ELEVKN. ARMSTKO.NG RESIGNS. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MEI..BOURNE, Thursday. Warwick Armstrong has resigned the caotaincy of the Victorian si te r en, ho having failed to obtain frf.m the s-iUctors a guarantee of continuance in that position through out tho season. Carroll has accep ted the captaincy.

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. NEW SOUTH WALES, SIX WICKETS FOR 285. BARDSLEY, NOT OUT 81. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. NEW SOUTH WALES, SIX WU< KETS FOR 285. BARDSLBY, NOT OUT 81. {Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Thursday. The mAtch between Victoria 'mil New South Wales was commenced <v; ■the Melbourne cricket ground to-day, on a splendid wicket. The visiles batted first, nnd at the close of '-he day's play had lost six wickets Tor 285 runs, Bardsley beinj; not out witn 81 to his credit. Following! aro the scores :— NEW SOUTH. WALES. First Innings. Cody, l*b."W., b Ryfler CS Collins, c Baring, 1> Ryder '... Kelloway, c Matthews, b Ryder 47 Bardsley, not out St Andrews, ljb.w., b Armstrong ..." 0 Folkard, c Rydor, b Armstrong... iO Cotter, c Ryder, 1> Armstrong ... 3 Massie, not out l Sundries » Six wic'icts for ... ... 28a Bowling analysis.—Ry<ler, 3 ' wi«: kets (or 99 runs ; Armstrong, 3 for 43,

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EXCITING PICNIC INCIDENT. PARTY BUFFETTED BY GALE. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

> EXCITING PICNIC V INCIDENT. PART/ BUFFETfED BY GALE. ((71re Prom Our Correspondent.) MKLIiOrUNK, Thursday. A Mi'lbourno picnic party, coiiHisl iiiR .of McHilnniPB Drown, Tccco, It. J. Moor^huid, mid I). Yates, Minn CMplmnt, Misktk. J. Wright, M'ln tpsli, Hubert Crowe, Rendlc, Dr. Ad nm and four children, Inui a sciwa tfoiml t-xr.iTieiHv. in a storm olT Kihr island. The crew ot the ntcamer Marrawah wore unable to continue to liRht, agnlnst I lie eb nicnts, and t he pnrty nnmed put ofi in boatfc to attempt to get nshort. Tile Rnle which van rfigins caught, tht boats, cairied aw ay the oars, Hwepi. over the boats, which were tossed al:out like, corks .Tor ho»is to the i«ril of 'ihose in them. Filially, after a terrific struggl?, one boat mado laud The others were then swept, ashore', drenched and knocked about, but'safi1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

, t== • ^dwriting, por'^.. : wV • j^rWeadba'a,.. fbitl':, ' >' fflBtruqtiori.-? isair, established Bspert yea highly- rcconufSgmWii MeVboWBii-fii ^■principals, of.«&'gsi^fS'tadcd by'ClerCT otc:, KhbSKs* 8 !1®Ses, . bftskers, ®P''id results of hf ' 7 have , geen _tfco ri ln prospcctus teaching. replication.. Oniail# (btL.forwarded fre# i®«s, required. , ".X-one. coprse. of jr^y, Tiuroday, Tetters :.recrtv<((l . " 'Addreqp.: Roil I mswered, swne ••—fAdvt.) |'j jyjejll-etreot. Mel

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THEFTS FROM THE VATICAN. PROSECUTIONS ORDERED. ROME, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

THEFTS FROM THE VATICAN. PROSECUTIONS ORDERED. ■ ROME, Thursdays ,Thc police havB commenced ;• i.pro-. cecdlnirg aeninslB certain ■ persons, whose names bavA not yet>been 9P«t ciflod, on n cbnrdt of imvinp stolen the lute Oardina|lH;RaropoHa'Sr flUvr . A; valet stole ajt'tdoesler containing confidential -docuabients regarding.-,'jthe Vatican's propagApi&a for. preventing the renewal ot.lBje Triple .Alliance. The packet ■was a^terwarxis recovered as the result of attempting, reward.

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REBELS AT BAY. ATTEMPTED DESTRUCTION OF CITY. MEXICO CITY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

REBELS:AT BAY.. ATTEMPTED DESTRUCTION OF CITY. MEXICO. CITY, Thursday.' > Alter sustaining a . severe dete&t the' Federals were able to entrench themselves around Ojinga, • and .are now keeping the rebels at, bay, des pite heavy losses. General O i pa, leader of the rebels, secured lilt artillery, and Is now attempting, to destroy the buildings of the city,,In ■which raanv lfeSeral sharpshooters are hiding. m. -

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. MATCH AGAINS[?] WANDERERS. JOHANNESB[?]RG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

THE ENGLISHKjMGKETERS. MATCH AGAI^aM^WANDEiRERS. ' ^OHANNEsii^BfPG, Tlnirstlay The Maryleborw t| match a«^iast the lunch adjournment i ono wicket dovrn>.'fc| making €5 not. oat,J was got lesr before! |am is playing .•» 1 a nderers'.- At ^h« |in, visitors had 111 rung, HoWbfl f'and Rhodes, who W Taylor, 35-.

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THE SHACKLET[?]N EXPEDITION. ARRANGEMENT[?] OF NEW ZEALAND [?]ARTY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

THE SHACKLETOn EXPEDITION. ntW~c dBai 'NdBn, ARItANGBMKNT® OF- NEW ZEA LAND ■'ARTY. liONPBjN; Wednesday.'1 The New; zcaiany Brrtest Shookjetcfa^J tabllBh depots for td les,- but, Shaeklebp ' plish the journej and. thrrefore, wjl food. lection of wr party ... will cs lireo' hundred.onl Ifcopea to >ccom without depots; carry 12|OOOTl59 of

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STORMS IN HE PACIFIC. CALIFORNIA RAILWAYS BLOKED. SAN FRANCSCO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 2 January 1914

STORMS IN HE PACIFIC. CAI/IFORNIA railways BLOKED. SAN FRANCSCO, Wednesday. . Several ships have sent wireless news ot heavy sirmB in the Pacific ocean. Thcro ha been bad weather alone tin entire Pacific coast with fiondB in Califorla. The milwuyB re fclocke<l by* Bnow in tlx' hiehur jTtlons, and sotrw loss of lifft is Tcijortl.

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