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CONCENTRATION IN ASIA MINOR. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

CONCENTRATION IN ASIA MINOR. LONDON, Thursday. The " Daily Mail's" correspondent at Constantinople says it is repor ted that 40,000 Turkish troops are concentraiud .it Aivili, in Asia Mi nor." This concentration suggesls the possi ility cf a sudden descent upon Mitvlene.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMPLAINT ABOUT A TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

COMPLAINT "'ABOUT A TELE : GUAM. Mr. • A. W. f'neMill, who has been on holidays at' Portland-, . complains ■ of' the treatment1' he has -received froml'thfl> /local telegraph 'officials, puford leaving 'HnmiltcM In: directed that-any lettirs ! arriving for liiiri Should' be sjnt o'n tO'firtj address, in J Port|ii'nd..' rOn Ddcemter 28 tele : pfrihn iri1' I lie following terms was dwpatfilud, to him from his oldest I brother, who Uvea in New Bouth Wa , lea,' and wh0 wn's in Melbourne : — | " Onh you come, tin ma'j Wire." W. i Haasall." Instead of redirecting : tlin 'tUegram lli accordance wi'.h the instructions given regarding litters, the,,dfllcinltt on two occasions called 1 nfc Mr, Tlftssall's rcsldcncs and plac-' - .'Jfcl U ' ■ . ,kd-. cards ,,undor -hia .door.' 'Plie t&le kram therefore remained tit the of • ■ Oo(t,< and if . was not until lite -'returt j that Mr. Hnsanll received it. Ht 11<Uad noti Been-Ills; brotlwrtfon fifteen ^ycars. nnd if. ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SENT TO MATTEAWAN. WOMAN WHO WANTED TO MEET A KIND. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

SENT TO WATTE AW AH. woman; who wanted to meet a king. nf.w york, wednesday. Mrs. Ida Von ClauEsen 'has been committed to the Matteawan aBylum as insane. She brought an action against ex-Prss'dent Roosevelt, ac cusing him of thwarting her presen tation to i-he Bwedish King when in Europe ,some years ago. While aw aitin? cxaminat'on sho spent ttwltitna in writing a threatening letter to her lawyers.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALE OF A FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

SAl.K OF A FARM. Messrfc'. T. H. Laidlaw and Co. re port having sold on-account of Mr. K. T. Cfirty, til that' piece' of land, being subdivisions . A nnd B ofdllot iXieifc Ort?',' suluHVislon's A nnd ' D Of allotment two, subdivisions A arid B Of allotmen'i thres, in the parish of Hytuluk, compria'ng 407 acres 2 roods K pitches. «>f gootV agricultural and grazing land. The ■purchaser wall Mr. 'A. Christie, jUh.,''''at"'K' ' highly satisfactory pricb' (in conjunction with; Mr. H. H. Held).' It ing to his having J)ur<Shnsed this form iliat Mr. Christie is'disposing of his propfert- by auction' Oil'. Saturday next,; the former being ttiore'cdriveiii

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ZABERN INCIDENT. SENSATIONAL DISCLOSURES. BERLIN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

THE ZABERN INCIDENT. SENSATIONAL DISCLOSURES. BERLIN, Wednesday. 'Hiri* Mbelltr, district commissary, giVihg tevtdencj at the court-martial arising from the disturbance at Za liern, Baid that Uolonel Von Heuler told him he had resolved to prevent peoplB standing in the streets, and t'uat the troops -tvou'id. fire il the people) laughed. He also ordered thst machine guns be held in readi ness. .

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DANDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

THE DANDIES. For the first timeriri.Hamilton Mr. Edward1 Branscombo -.will present u:'3 English combination of refined enter tainers—The Dandies—-at the I own Ball' on Monday next; The -com(>any has just arrived direct from the Lon-. don and American theatres. The mer ry-makers will present a huge l-ul •get bf catchy., songs, farcical• come dies,' pantomime sketches, smart stor ies, eccentric dances, and clir-.ractor recitals, fell.new, bright, and enter taining, The Dandies' show does i.ot offend. It is clean, humorous, raid entertaining to both young ar.d eld. Misses May' Geary (contralto), and Kate Checkett (soprano), and Tiles si's. Alex. M'Allister (tenor), mil Gi'orge Brookes (baritone) will l>e beard in'some beautiful ballads and delightful' part-singing, and Maisie Gray* '(soubrctte)' will sing s.niio catchy songs ;iircd perform some ' fas cinating dances. The droll comediuns, Messrs. De Rofbeck, Lennox, and Har dies, -will be responsible for somo de lightful humour, a...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURKISH INTRIGUE. ATTEMPT TO PROCLAIM A PRINCE. ROME, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

TURKISH INlRIGUE.': ATTEMPT TO PROCLAIM A PRINCE. ROME. Wednesday. I Ad Vices from \alo®na stats that an Austrian steamer brought from Constantinople two hundred Turkish ei l.iieis and six officers, intending to xcute tin populacc, and proclaim Iz y.ir. I asoa prince, but the provisional government, with the co-operation of tU« European commission and the Dutch ' gendarmerie, arrested them all.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

-- POLIC'R COURT. At the police court yesterday, mor ning, before. Messrs. J. E. Kennan and J. Fchtoii. .T's.P., Frederick P. Muir was charged with having no iawf. 1 visible means of support. Con-, stable Harrington, who arrested the accusal that morning, said .the man hfi',1 teen'apprehtndtd in Heywood on December 24 for offensive beha'vio'ur, and had tesn remanded to Hamilton for; medical observation, where he was again remanded for sight days. He was discharged by -the court on Wednesday morning. The- witness gavt- Trim soma food, and he went away, hut that morning he was wan dering about th? police station. According to his own statement he. was once in a receiving house ' at Sydney/' He was 'one 'of'tKoS* men seat up to work, ori' the railway line frotn Haywood to the border. Con stable Mjihonev said'ihc accused was aill rigli'.i. in th* morning, but -in the afternoon he. -would not work.He . said he had .never twsn in a gaol be t'orc ■ where he had t to ,worki -in ■: thi after...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT MOORALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT MOOU •AU,A. Mr. G. CruiclesbanK, of' MoovMla, met with a nasty accident on ' Wed nesday ;evening, whilst driving with his wife and .a : little hoy.' The n-.-.ttjr were, approaching 'a narrow-. bridRC, when -the'horsoiBhteil-and upset the vehicle,' the three : occupants. • bang! thrown; clear. The boy esbapud ! iiW jury, but Mrs. Cruickshank received ft lew bruises, and.Mivu'Crtiickshur.k fared very much.. worse, i Ho'- was brought, into . Hamilton yesterday,* ■and taken to <the: BUrgery of ■ I)r. > Hayes, who recommended hisreiiiuval' to 'the hospital. Here he was p'.ace(l: under, chloroform, and the injury ex amined, when it was found tlnit- he h(wl sustained a fractured shauKier: joint.. Tho irtjury, thouffh painful, is not considered serious, hut it has. been decided to keep the patient ■ in. the institution for observation ami attention, and three or; four '.yelks' are'likely to lapse before, he .vlll linve: the' proper (lse ofhis arm.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIAN PRINTERS' STRIKE. BOTH LAUNCESTON PAPERS AFFECTED. (Reuter's Telegram.) LAUNCESTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

TASMAKIAN PRiHTERS' STRIKE, BOTH LAUNCESTOX PAPERS AF KEOTKD. (Keuter'a Telegram.) LAUNCKSTON, Monday. The. linot pe operators m :ttte "Jjiily T9lei>r.%ph" otlice, Launccston, stracH early this morning wh^n they (l'scover>d that matter set up in the ''Daily T le^ral-h's" onices hnd. been H nt to the "Exnnvner" office, where a strike is in pro°rass.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCILS AND FOX SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

I councils and fox skins. Tue custom of municipal- councils 3 paying for fox skins wan • comnwnt«id l upon at the Dundaa shire meeting r yesterday on the 'consideration • !- .of tenders for their purchase for the E ensuing twelve months. Cr. Fraser considcrad it.was,an vxpensive . mat-: ' ta- for thti shife, and .he,-did not-see ' that it djd any good. . Thpj piesi f dent (yiid other shires had thrown it out altogiethcr.' Cr. Frassr Ididv not i nee why they could/ not throw it o\it hsr«i also.: '• Cr. Li'arrii'onth ttitmg&t $ if.theyl were errpo^'ertd to'do ' away j. with 'the'toomrn'they fcerlainly1 shield t do so, 1 because with the * price ' of V fox- skips ,no^ .everybody,' man or ' hoy, xho.co.uld possibly get' hold of !* a fok' .wna itil'llng'-i^' For a: good skin tlu-y could get up to 15/, .and t- I the shira was', just simply' loiidisd wi ll'th little culm/ and it wns a wabtc of money, paying 2/6 each tor them, Cr. Lewis douNtcd whether the coun cil could abolish the...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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A WOULD-BE SUICIDE. DISCHARGED CONDITIONALLY. MELBOURNE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

A WOULD-BE SUICIDE. discharged conditionally. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Thursday Hugo Jabolina.ti, the young Rus sian medical student, who was fished olit. of the Yarra a \\'e(A ago, .' was discharged on a pies ntment (or at tempted suicide, on'his previous em ployer, Dr. Woinarski; undertaking io have him looked after and given wbrk.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

DEATH OF MR. A. R. WALK.BR. I After about eighteen months'' illness, there 1 expired at his mother's icsi dence in M-'Pherson-street yesterday morningi Mr. Andrew Robert Waiter, youngesf; son of -Mrs. M. L. Walker, -from that fell disease, consumption. The 'deceased young man was well arid popularly known :'in Hamilton, where M was born, an'4 lived here [or the major portion of his lite, us a youth being prominently identified t some years back with lochl football. He had- been employed at" Messrs. 3". Thomson and Go's., but-about-Mr. ee years oeO left for Swan Hiil, a Her* wards removing to Richmond in thfe employ of Messrs. < Head-and 'to.; and 'later transferring to Leonpuha'. Subsequently he went to Sale, . . ^nd afterwards to -Bairnsdale, wliera he managed portion of ■ the business foi* Mr. Ikins.; Here he remained fdr ab'- j out fourteen months. When' in Met bonrne he contracted influenza^ fiorn. which he hever properly recovored, and in Bairusilale he fell a vicCim...

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DONNYBROOK MOTOR FATALITY. STATION OWNER COMMITTED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

OONNYBROOK MOTOR FATALITY. STATION OWNER COMMITTED. (Wire Prom Our Correspondent.) '• MELBOURNE, Thursday. Frederick Oatley, owner of lMinicr clla station, C'oomii, has Ucen com mitted for . trial on a. charge of the manslaughter cf Gordon Mnrch, a v, oolclaasor, whom Oatley ran down in ^ B^.pioior. car near Donnyjyrook on IJtiifcnibcr 20. .

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DUNDAS ROAD PLANT [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

T1T!NT>AS Tin AT) PT .ANT. The engineer (Mr.' Abhott)'icpoii.ed ilt yesterday's meeting of the Bun-| (las Shire Council that, nearly the t i whole of the, new road-mating plant was- here, &mithafe; th^-engineer' in charge of its erection "expected, that everything would be in^ readiness to start' iii 'about''"a*HvVek'iT trine:'- White' the traction enaine was being put to gether he 'had engag<yL porter, who was to superintend "the : machinery later" on to help,'as rtfJwas very im- . portant that someone should i:ave the knowledge of how. it was .put to gether. He had also received an of fer to supply; wood at G/G per ton r for the crusher at Mount Baim bridge, and it :couia.uot'be; got any cheaper, while they would . be entitled to go into the paddock to obtain wa't'tr. The arrangement of details", was leit in the hands of the engineer and T cu ter was granted^ f week's"; pay for his assistance. Cf-., Habe.I'suggested that there should be an "bpetilrig ci/Ve' m...

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CHAIRMAN OF SAVINGS BANKS. SIR GEORGE TURNER APPOINTED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

CHAIRMAN OF SAVINGS BANXS. STr'cKQRGE. .TUFlNMlt APPOtN TED...,,, ,,,..;,-. „ ..... •N (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. Sir George Tu:ner lins lieen appoin ted chaiiman of the Stat> Saving9 Bank ec.mmlB-ioiu'rs.

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Items of News. SUMMER WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

Items of JfttoB. | ' i atmMK\n WATRTt ftTIiPPIiY. In his report to the Hamilton \\'a« ter Trust . lost night the engine drew attention to the demands upon the reservoir. . Care," : he said should be exercised by all nite* payers that while usPrig the wntec required, none is allowed to waste as it is only by such care thai wl can get through this summer with a prospect of a supply for the ni'XT." ( Commissioners expressed the hope that ratepayers will do all thev tan 10 conserve the water. In answer to Com. Loughnane, Inspector Cross said that the largest consumers dur- { ing the past six weeks" ha:d been the following :—Butter factory, 196,000 gallons: Sam. Sine, 109,00ft ;• l.c-tuni- I cal gardens, 384,000: oval, 274,000 • railways, 219,000. Last month the) local railway consumption was ■ 746.000 gallons. I

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PICTURE SHOW MUSICIANS RESUME (Renter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

PICTURE SHOW MUSICIANS RESUME (Renter's Telegram.) SYDNEY. Thursday. The strike of.picture show muw.eiftnt, has teen settled. There will be no free matinees. The men resume to - iiirfht- '

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PENSHURST BOXING DAY RACING CLUB. PENSHURST, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

PKNSHUItST BOXING DAY RA01SG I CLUB. (From Ouj Own Correspondent.) PENSHURST. Thursday. I The committee of the above club met at tho Prince of Wales hotel last even in?, the president (Mr. R. Bar nes) occupying the chair. | It was resolved, on tho motion of ! the president and Mr. Leahy, 'hat the secretary be instructed to apply ! for December 26th, 1914, as the 'lute of next meeting, and to inform the V.R.C. that the committee haR cViciil ed to raise the stakes from .£520 to .6400. Mr. Barnes said, that over time the club had raised its sH\cs the public had supported them with increased attendances. They ha/3 re mained with £320 for stages tor some time, and it would be neces sary if thet wanted to hold the cl.ite to .raise their stakes and show the V.R.C. that the club was progress ing. It did not count for every thing1 with the governing t.-at the overdraft on the course and im provements was heing ^sipcil oil. \vaat they looked at was the promotion and encouragement of racing in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

T.H. LAIDLAW & 60., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, i 'AND GENERAL COMMISSION ' AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch Offices at Horsham, Warrack ■abeal, Rainbow, JeParit, Nhill, Coleraine, Willaura. Alio at 437 Collins-ai., Melbourne. SALES of Fat and Store Sheep and Cattle conducted la the Corporation Yards, Ham.Item, ©very Friday. Fortnightly Sales held at Macarthur and Coleraine. Auction and Private Sales of Land and Stock conducted In any part of Iho Stats. Loans 'Negotiated at Lowest Rates of la terett. j AGENTS FOR— | DaJgaty & Co., WoolbroKers, Gtelong j and" Melbourne I THE I.O.A. (Tb» Insueance Office of Australia, I Ltd.) 1 Fire Accident Live Stock. Make Your Will - An* Provide lor the Future bj M«ang of THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—JS-31 Queen-street, Melbourne. ' Capital of £150,000. : Claims Guarantee Fund, £10,OH. "r~| IRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, L " Esq. (Chairman), ColinTemple- ] ton; Esq., Hon. John Thomson...

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