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CRICKET. CAPULETS V. DANDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
CRI3KET. CAPULBTS V. DANDIJ5S. The following team has been select ed to represent the Capulets .—3. HoTwon, C. R. Stevenq, J. Didhon, TV. Hacking, A. J. Hocking, H. HocKlug, SmlthnWck, J. Loate, F. Stephana, K. Datt, H. Porter. Emergency—X. , Bode|.
BOWLING. PRESIDENT'S TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
BOWLING. PRESIDENT'S TROPHY". The results in the third round of | the competition (A. division) for '.he trophy given by the president ol Lie Hamilton) Bowling Club were us lol lotos Hickleton (31) Teat Lawrence (_21 j. Bruce (31) heat W. Denton (23). Reid (31) beat H. Learmonth ^28). Sack (31) beat Dew (27). • The draw for the next round is as follows Hickleton v. Bruce. Sack v. Reid.
RACE OF ARMAMENTS. BRITAIN TO BLAME. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
RACE OF ARMAMENTS. ' ') .. » &lt; t~ v '•1 BRfTAIN TO BLAME. LONDON, Thursday.. Mr. ..phnrlts Howious;-, Chnneei'lor i of tho Duchy oMiancasttsr, speaking at'-: Bristol last night, said the firran-, cial and moral needs o£ 4 hi; country - wero' urgent, and that they could hot' I'bfrgin too soon to. reduce expinfli ture.' Thev were vmtitled; to ..coiviit - Gn 'improved Anglo-German; feeling'. 'BosidtS Germany had accepted ttift ratio' of fifteen • ships to ten. Tfftf whole outburst of'naval expenditure was* due to England' creating ■ grijtt r tor shijis. If the size! were reduced other n.-ttlong would follow. '' '
RIFLE SHOOTING. HAMILTON RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTINC HAMILTON RIFLE CLUB. At ft meeting ol 'the committee ot the Hamilton Rifle Club on Thursday evening it was decided to shoot mus ketry iiaxt Saturday. A large trus ter of members is hoped for, espec ially as on account of the ie'ence forces also having to. do their shoot ing. the rifle club will only haw; n limited use of the range during the rest of the time available, ;ip to I June 30th. There ia a trophy lo bt won by the highest scorer, for v,'>i :b entry is free. Members are re-.-v.2oie! to call at the rnn?e some evenaig '.01 their free ammunition. A ea'> •.•il leave the miniature range at 2 i>.rn._
ATTEMPT AT SOLUTION FAILS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
ATTEMPT AT SOlUtlOM FAILS. »' **• «1 f v ii vi X/O'NDON,' Thitrfldkjrj The "Daily Telcgfapli" aaSdrtB,'; on . this hig'ht'Sti atlthoWty thlit-' tBtf-"iit-i tompt tO'flnd'U solution of'thrf 'UW ; tcr difficulty has fiti.hid.' ««• ' ' ■ 5!he same journal , de'elarc'ff ■' ttfftfc there ,is no truth in the reports that • Mr: iA'squith and Mr. Bonai' I^aw- met' !inneonference on the subjoet; ' . ' The R'l^ht Hon.-T. -hough, Iiiberrtl ■ member of the House of Commons for Ifilfugton West, 'in a sp.bech last' 'nt-1 pHb, said ho ihelievwi that, the pc-ople cif! Ulster would giVci'more favourable Consideration i to Homo-KUie. •if'tho" Protestant''Unionist minority rcCciV^ rid lfarg«r -representation •in the Iri'jti >Parliament. .Wo' and: other members1 of the1 House of: Commons • .suggest | that' during tlife first , SS-years^it the membership ot'the Irish HoUSft:ot:, (Commons roaches . 164 &lt;tt> nlloo&te •& mlnbrlty of :scvknty''fifints'. ■ 4V; ■•I'll
HAMILTON WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
HAMILTON WATER TRUST. The adjourned monthly nieeiiujj was' I held last night. Present—wo^is. | Moore (chairman), Fenton, M'L'K'k.o | Stewart, Young, Loughnane and Law. ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN. The retiring chairman (Com. Monie> moved that Com. Greed, tho mayor, he elected chairman of the trust " lor the ensuing term. Com. Fenton seconded the motion, which was carried unanimously. Com. Fcnton moved that a hcartv vote of thanks ho passed to tho re tiring chairman for the manner in' which he had carried out his iluifca. He had been an excellent chairman, regular in attendance at all -aeefiiiga and thoroughly alive to hlB r"u "es. Com. M'Luckie,_ in seconding tlia motion, said tha't whatever Com. Moore took in 'hand he did well. Com. Loughnane said that Cam. Moore had been a splendid chairman during his two years of office. Com- Stewart said they all agreed that Com. Moore had done his w rk well. Tho only cause for regret .\as that they did not find the resorvoi: full during his term of...
CHARGE OF HOUSEBREAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
i CHARGE OF HOUSEBREAKING. ) At the Heywood polico court yes-1 terday, IHcToro Messrs, S. Ili«;lw!t.ti and J. Devlin, J's.P., u man named George Grant, a recent arrival [i-jin | Kitglaml, was charged with bi'eakirg into the dwelling of K. K. Dartan, at I Heywood, on December 30th last.l Superintendent Knox proseouted, and! the accused was undefomlod. Reginald Edward Darton-, B.vorn, stated :—[ am a painter employed by the railway department, and occupy ft house in the railway yard at liey i wood. I know accused. * I first saw him on theoveninr of Docetober i'jth last. He camo to my house Umt ev ening. He said ho was hard up and had no money. He sai-d he wanted a drink, a food and a bed. I said to lilm, " I have no drink here.' He said, " Have you any tea ?" I paid L'Yes\", 1 Pave him a cup of tea. Ho saw, " That is no cood to me • all the same it is not had," and he drank it. I had somealo tn my houso in a bottle. I gave him some of it. I then said to the accused, " I want to co to ...
THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Humid-Times. Corrected. Bulb, Bulb. [?]y. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
THE WEATHER. YT5STEJRiDAY'8 ' HAMILTON RE CORDS. ' Shade I Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Hiimtd Tlmes. Uorrected. Bulb, Bulb. ny. 9 a.m. 30.027- ' 59.9 52.9 CO.O 3 p.m. 30.110 71.4 5C.3 33.0 RAINFALL. Nil. SHADE TEMPERATURE. Maximum • ' Minimum. "i2.3dog. 48.0(lcg. Full Moon—January 12. New Moon— January 23. Average rainfall for 44 veats, from January 1st, 18i0, to December 31st, 1913, 27.31 Inches. Total rainfall from January 1st, to 9 a.m. on January 8th, nil. TO-DAY. Sun riscB 5.19, sets 7.57. Moon rises 6.19, s.ts 2.6.
INDUSTRIALISM IN ENGLAND. FAR REACHING SUGGESTIONS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
INDUSTRIALISM IN ENGLAND. krv-f. ■ a «(. AOHlNOif SOGGKSjfI(WS. LONDON. Thursday. The master guilders of Londim; ex-j asperated by a-seqiuence at infringe ments, fa-ave decided. to [terminate! forthwith the --working ■ > ogreimaiits i with'-the carpenters', joiners-', 'brick-1 layers',--masons', plasterers' -and lab ourers' unions. A "'hundred and; titty thousand men are a.fleeted; , i ] Th4 itrasters demand - a11 tessation ol Isolated strikes,.also"the Tormati'm of a Eubrantetr fund-.1 to > which' both SUieS shall! contribute,; In order to-^rovide penalties ter ' strikes'rt«d ldonotitB. ] The employers" furtheri demniid. that th-4 unions, shall-deipreca/te sjtrUes.be; fore n dispute' ik'reteVrc'ct'to a cun ciliationibpardi.and that unions shall penalise,members. lot.non-ohservarce of'~the rules. .> «
WONDERFUL CURES CLAIMED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
WONDBRF0I/ CURES CLAIMED. j LONDON, Thursday. Dr. Barlow reports that 24cases of cancer •which were beyond surgical Bid were admitted to the MKldtese* hospital from —June' -tor-Steptemfcef, ■191i'i -All died. Sixty-ergjllt n,oci»Bts were' admitted duping-the1 earner -per iod of 1913; and were treated;- -with radium. Thirty-Six diod, arid. the>'re mainder -were1" discharged;' ard are now'ahle to attend their daily ('u ties. : ' &lt;■ •Dr. Barlow; adds that if-lbO.milli gram eg -of radium are buried ".in-" a: cnncerous tiiftior tHe:tuntor' sitliply withers up and disappears. Pi low cellsr left unkillcd afterwards' caused a recurrence. Timfe; te'-retfuircd • 'to', substantiate . the renrarteaibifc results achieved ; nevertheless, there i& no longer any doubt.'of the immediate effect. It is >a.- matter i of urgency' that'the State ~ sho~uld coiitrolvlhe sources of 1-adium "in- order, to-'. ; i.ve^ vent ridiculouBi inflation ofither prices.,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914
Funeral Notice. WALKER.— The friends of Mrs. Mary Walker are respectfully &nbsp; informed that the Funeral of her late beloved son, Andrew, will leave her residence, M'Pherson-street, Ha- milton, This Day (Friday), January 5th, at 3.30 p.m., for the Hamilton Cemetery. &nbsp; FKANK GREED, Undertaker. Telephone 24. Hamilton.