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DUNDAS SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 9 January 1914

DUNDAS SHIRE COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the above council was hold at tho shire hall yesterday, when there -were present. Crs Loats (President), and Crs Habel, Fraser, Cameron, Lewis, Bal- kin, Cleator, Young and Learmonth Correspondence. From Chief Secretnry, asking for particulars as to number of male personson municipal roll.—Attended to. From Department of Lands and Survey, giving permission to remove stone trom, the reserves at South and North Hamilton for the use in InTh?«°h'!r,and Imalntcn'tnCf' oi roads that fl1, tK' Hllb]CC,t to thc condition Mounts tfeonometricnl stations . r.t nor tit n'fep0mt ftn(l BKimbiidKc, hosnitni t- n i fontaSlous diaeaMF hospital at the latter l:e not uuor could t^'i Tlle re By a Ink «,not 'b° complied with, „ml an P'lc?"°n should he made to th,. State Forests department re area in parish of Mount Napier nr .Vi n ser thought thev mie-hf fT . other attempt re By ad uk "'pointf!'» out the difficulty of olftainin- ston • addi Mcm'+hn>° f111-1...

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HAMILTON POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

HAMILTON POST OFFICE. TOWN. MAILS CLOSE at P.O, | MAILS AKKIVE at P.O. Apftloy (M • • Harrow Ede>i!io))© . Balmoral ^v#»ndi*V . ' Pigeon Pond* Loose Bag ■ . Tuos., Thura. Sat., 4.30 a.m. Mon., Wed., Fri., 6 p.m. North Byaduk (L.li.) v Uynduk v Daily, 4.30 ft.m. Maoarthar l Daily, 3 30 p.m. SSS" :: :::} Daily, I p.m. j Mon., Tuea., Wed., Kfyoit - ... ... ... 1 5.40 a.nij, and 3.15 p.m. Warrnambo<il ... 1... f Tbura., Fri., 10.15 a.m. 1 and 5.«40 p.m. ' Sat., 5.40 ft.in. and 5.40 p.m. Daily 11.20 a.nil Mon., Tne.., Thur., Frt., Sat. G p.m. Wed., 9.15 p.m. 1 'j Mod., Tut*, Woil., Sat., Hawke?dalo. ... *»..}- 6.40 a.m.. Thurs., Fri., 5.40 p.m. Mon., Tun., Thur., Kri., Sat. 6 p.m. Wed., 9.15 p.m. V Mon., Tues., Wed., Poushurat ...*• ... \ • 5.40 a.m. and 3.15 p.m. . J Tliurs.,Fri., 10.15 a.m.,5.40 p.m. Sat., 6.40 a.m. and 5.4<j p.m. D.iily, 11.20 a.m. Mon., Tirea., Thur., Jb>i., Sat, 6 p.m. "Wed., 9.15 p.m. ) iWon., Tues., Wed., 1 ■pfwT f ... V-m. Daily 11.20 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

ThE "HAMILTON SPECTATOR." PUBLISHED DAILY,, \ IN XltttiS FOB THE EARLY MAILS. T| ^ HB "Hamilton Spectator " is the only paper publishing reports i I the meetings ol all the local bodies in tti» district, forming complete reccid of the progress ol local self-government in the Wester portion of the State/) The English Cablegrams ol the Associated Press are published in • •full in the " Hamilton BUBctator," oeether with (Jolonial and Intel Colonial telegrams. J The Staff of Country Correspondents engaged on the . Hamilton ; Spectator" is larger thun that iuaiutained by any other journal in the; State. The "Hamilton Spectator" contains more reading matter than any oiher journal in the Western District. Each subscriber also receives free f charge the " Hamilton Spectator Almanac " for the current year. l'lie transactions of the following Shire Councils will be found regu arly appearing in. the paper :— UuudaB Shire Council, Qienelg Shire Council, , Kowree Shir© Council. Minhamtte. Shire ...

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ONLY A MILLION. (To the Editor "Spectator.") [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

ONLY A MILLION. (Tj the Editor " Spectator.") , Sir,—According to reports, New Zealand est.mates the lute strike at a tlguro cf no less than £1,000,000. This is supposed to be the loss of tho comncunity. The business iiveii estimate their lo?sis at .t'100,000. Auckland alone during that stnike lost jU2dO,COO. The farmers lost heavily. 2000 men who were idle fcr four Weeks lost £23,000 ; and as nearly as can be computed the total UiM.< to the dominion was .CI,000,000. These figures give a slight idea of the cost of a single industrial com motion, to say nothing of '-'ho star vation and misery which were cau ssd to mi alarming extent among the Jtol-le, the incidents o! which never come to light, and which are ftjortifl in silence. '1 lie year 1913 lias tern a record year lor Industrial comniot'ons. All the agencies at the disJtsal of governments have ] loved ineffectual in counteracting discord. The*; strikes show the temperature of the- times. They are tho eruptions caused...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH AND BRON CHITIS. (LITTLE GIRL. SUFFERED FOK SEVEN MONTHS. My little eir:, aged two years, had . Whooping Cough and Bronchitis for Beven mouths," writes Mrs. F. Lawson, 3 Water-street, Camper down, N.S.W. " Sometimes Bhe wad ao had slic would fall down with weakness. Many a time I have pick ed her up, tbinfcing she was dead. She would hold her breath, and I would have to smack her on the back go as to help her to breathe again. I rave her a number of cough reme dies, and I was always taking net to the doctors, and they pave her many cougih remedies, hut nothin had any eflect whatever. One day a lady recommenced me to try Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery and said it ■was very 'good for Whooping Oough, £0 I got a bottle and g.ave her three ami sometimes five doses a day, nod it seemed to relieve her almost «t once, and in a week's time you would not know her ; she did not look the same child: She is much fatter, and has never coughed since taking Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery.'...

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DUBLIN RIOTS COMMISSION. ANGRY SCENES, ENACTED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

DUBLIN RIOTS COMMIS SION. ANGRY SCENES, ENACTED. LONDON, Thursday. At a sitting of the Dublm strike riots commission, Mr. Powell, coun sel for the police, objected to Mr. Handel Booth, L/iberal Cotnmon-jr for Pontefract, intervening: and aecusinj' the police of misconduct. Several angry scenes occurred. Mr. Poctls, during the reading of a document, accused Mr. Powell of om'i'ttl.ig an important passage. I The chief commissioner declared I that Mr. Powell had rea/i o-cry thing. Mr. Powell remarked that H wai humiliating to have controversies with • such a blackguard. Mr. Booth protested acrainst the epithet, and added that It was im possible for him to remain in such a tainted atmosphere. He then with drew. I

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN MEAT TRADE A HOPEFUL FUTURE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

HEUTHR'S TBIiEGBAMS. AUSTRALIAN MEAT TRADE A HOPEFUL FUTURE. LONDON, 'Thursday. 'Messrs. Woildcl and Co., in ihcir annual circular on the frozen i' fat trmdc, report that the general aver age or quotations Sor 1913 was the highest on record. Australian sup plies of beef and mutton were I'lso records. It is unlikely that 1U14 will witness any further large! expjnsion in general trade, but the dcm.-uul for all kinds of meats will probaoly lvs hut little contracted, even ;f ''ct!.il (Prices are permanently raised" 'A'Liers sire many reasons for assuming t at high' values will be maintained, un less there are labour troubles. Ki-ould The new market in the United .i'atcs develop on expanding lines, winch many anticipate, the result will be to emphasise the inherent strength of the sellers' already strong position. The Colonial Consignment Co. re ports that with the disappearance of the United States from the li.-.t of self-supporting countries, and several European countries initiating t...

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RICHARDS AND CO'S. DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

KKU1 AlillN AND C.O'S. DIS-Pl-AY. There enn lie only one opinion ol the new display by the famous lurii, Richards and Co., of Ballnnit, via., •"'The best yet.1'* It seems hard to surpass the many excellent exhibi tions made In the past, but the mli tle advancement ,in the photos;'np;-.i'J art is clearly shown. For iinw.icc, tho central shades, aro display rl in colours whicli lend a realistic el'ect which impels the. beholder to iion'.it whether they are really produced by tho camera in the ordinary mn.n:';i\ Perhaps the most striking examples are two largo head studies of mi n • /ladies. Ono is a Rembrandt effect, with beautiful luminosity in the s-lui dows, a scarlet feather which is. de pending from the hair striking a novel note in portrait composition-. The other example is a large, full face portrait, entitled " The C oral Necklace." The expression is r.icst lifelike and imnressivtr; A display of photos hy Richards mid Co. , wot:hl •be incomplete without bridal rrivt'.ai tnre,...

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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

ttmnMimmnnmmtmmmammmmmmimm SPECIAL SHEEP SA-LK. Messrs. Jolin Fonton and Co., ml) conjunction with Messrs. P. I.cur month iinil Co., will hold a special snlo at the corporation yards on Thursday, 22nd inst. They will yard nhont r.000 sheep, Incluclins some KOotl lines of crossbred wcthr.rs nnd lambs and merino ewes nnd w :thcrs. AU the lots, which on inspection will be found in splendid condition, v. ill be drafted ami sold in lots to suit purchasers. Buyers in search of i.iictp can attend the sale with every ccn lidcncc. Full particulars will bo found in our advertising colum'ii.

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BRANXHOLME CARNIVAL BOOTHS [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

rranxholme carnival, booths The successful tenderers for the booths in connection with the i arri val to he held at Branxliolme on Monday, January 26 were 1'ut.U ean's, Mr. J. R. OouKh, Branxhulmc; , fruit, lollies and ufternooii tea, llrn. Spencer, Hamilton. '

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HAMILTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

HAMILTON BOROUGH COUNCIL The first meeting of the veir v. held on Thursday night. Piv.stMit. G!rs. Moore (chairman), Fcnton, f'.lc WlU't, M'Lllckic, Young, Lougnnanc, nnd Law. CORRESPONDENCE}. From T. K. Hut lor, nrowii-<itreet, drawing attention to tlio dan,:ero'.w state of path in tront of the dr.lin age reserve in C'.ray-strcct.—Mngmjcr to inspect anil have work dotio if nceessar.v. Prom M. fctschcl, asking tli.it cul vert he opened near his pate !n I'ln shurst road or that the drain lie continued.—Referred to works com mittee1 for report. From G. Searby, explaining extra charges referred to at last meeting.— Rccftived. From Government analyst, cortily ing to compliance with standardg or samples of milk submitted bv Insptc tor Searby.—Received. Prom Hamilton Brass Band, re questing a reduction in charge for tise of gardens, an-1 pointing out that thfl' 1 and would always be v. ill ing .to assist at any public [unit ion. —On the motion of Or. Loughnaue. secopdcd II iv C...

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THE DANDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

THE DANDIHS. It is generally concaLd that there is no teener iudgj in the EelecV.on oT suitable artists and cntsrtainment that Mr. Edwnrd Branscombj. Ths Westminster Glee Singers, the K(nr lct Troubadors, awl the Dandies tear evidence of this fact, and in engajug a new English company cf !)andu£. > which is to appear for two j^tts I only at the town hall on Janua-y ! 12th and 13th, it will he seen more' than ever how shrewdly he has gayg- , e<l party entertainment. This new company, which was originally en gaged in London to open a new Dan dies' theatre at Sydney, and which, through fortuitous circumstances, i ad' to be postponed, brln<r with it the very highest credentials as entertain ers. The distinguishing characteris tic oi each of the artists is tha dis tinct originality of their respective work appealing in a marked manner to those -A'ho appreciate pT>tertalnm';n;t which is amusing In parts, elevatinr in its tone and'refinOd'in its charac ter. Grav...

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COLERAINE SPECIAL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

' COLERAINK SPECIAL KAUO. Messrs. Dalgety and Co., and Mes srs. Youn?,/Bros., will conduct a special sale at Coleraine on WedwH day, January 21. They will ofcr 3000 crossbred, comeback and menno sheep, and 300 cattle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

Unsurpassed Values from the Underclothing Section / OUR FAMOUS White=work COMMENCES un WEDNESDAY, the 44th Inst. WHEN WE SHALL OFFR SURPRISING PRICE REDUCTIONS. U^DERCLOni[yG STOCKS compi-wing excellenco of s'yi« and material.- hnjjular pricm hava all been banished fur this Svanliug fcklling Evtnfc. Takfi advnutage of the savings this B ir^aia p9rio 1 affords, and buy now for present aai fapm-<s me id. Wednesday, the 14th. JOHN THOMSON & GO The Iron Store Gray-street, Hamilton Three Reasons why you; should go to WHITE'S f >r Wall Papers, all kinds of Oia-ss, and Painter.-)' and Artists' Material. I—He, by hiBpraotic l oxporience can tell you what ia moat suitablo for your requirements. ' T.—Bo sells only clifi "pry best in o»ch lint of goods. U,—He charges mobt reasonable jjcicas. Albert White, Color Merchant, Tol. 158. Opp. Victoria Hotel, Gray-st.. Hamilton^ Away? Fashionable Headwear The very Newest STRAWS & PANAMAS The PnpulorVELOURS, the best impor...

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WATER CARNIVAL AT PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

WATER CARNIVAL AT PdltT , L/AND. Tn connection with the fton.l .nil Friendly Societies' Hospital '"hini val and Bazaar, Mr. Fran'* IJcamc paire, ex-champion swimmer of the world, who is now engaged !>v the I Education department, will givis nn exhibition of diving anil swinmm.g from the. old pier on Wednesday nf | ternoc/n next, at two o'clock. Mr. : Beaurepaire will be assisted by the | educational swimming staff in l-.is | display, and it is also expected that I Mr. Dick, inspector of life-saving, ap pliances, will attend. In addition, a display of the use of life-savim; ap pliances and rockct firing will f.e made by the lifeboat crews.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

Your Boy's Appearance Counts for a great deal Have you tried to make him look his best ? This can only be done at Miller's SO.Boys' Dark Summer Coats, size 4 to 6, only 2/11. 38 Boys' Linen Coats, 7x9, 4/11 : 10 to 21, 5/6. ' 60 Boys' Crash Blouse Coats, al •tew, only 2/6. 11 Boys' 1 Galatea Goats, olouso Bhap«j only 2/11. t Boys' ;8mert Linen Suite, Carl 'on shape, 11/9. ' .BOYS' SUMMER HATS. lioys' Summer Straw Lounge, 1/6, 2/11 and 3/3. Boys' Dark linen Hots' WKfte Drill Hats, well made, only 2/11. cnly it eech. 21 Boyt' 3-Rarmont Pr«tty Linen Suite, doublo broastea vest. 11/9. 18 Smart Grey Suits, two gar ments, only 14/11, ChoUe ior Christmas wear. 23 Nobby 2-garment Suits, with centre vest, pleated back, 15/11 17/C, 21/. ' ' 4 - Summer Hats, The Personal Attraction of a Man counts for a great deal. Mliler^s have made a study of this trade. ., If you require a' Christmas Suit, made by expert tailors, well lined aid fitted like a garment made to your measures, at ouiy. half the ...

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IMPORTANT SALE OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

IMPORTANT SALE OF PBOPKtJTY. Messrs. T. H. Laidlaw and I '•>. re port having sold on account of Mr. J. D. Gubbtitis the balaricc oi ' is Mumberick estate, comprising t>10 acres, being the pre-emptive, mid sit uate in the parish of Coli.'ainc South; Tho. property is well imvr<-,v ed, having a nice homestead, stabics, and other buildings," ami it corsvir.ij >3 land of exceptionally- good quality. The purchaser, is Mr. J. CI. Kruscr, of Sprin=fwood, Penshuret. This cl-.tt pletes the sale of the 1G50 acrr\s of the above mentioned property.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

SAM B. BAGLEY ! STOCK AND SHAKE BROKER, f Member of tlio Stock Exchnngo of Melbourno, ' 408 and 410 Oollins-st., Melbourne. (Throo doOrs ubovo Bank o£ Aus tralasia.) Telegraphic Address : BAGLEY, Ex chango, Melbourne. Telephone, S7-1 ; Privato Tclephono, Mnlvcrn, 872. I JOHN M'WHAE & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, " Collins House," COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE. Telegraphic Address : " M'Whao, Ex change, Melbourno." Telephone, Central, 1031. WABD & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, Members of Stock Exchanges ol Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney. / 383 COLLINS STREET, Corner of Queen-street, MELBOURNE. •PHONES—Central, 7372, 851G. Address Telegrams : " WARD, EX CHANGE, MELBOURNE." " WARD'S AUSTRALIAN INVES TORS' HANDBOOK " and "MONTH LY INVESTMENT REVIEW " posted on application. FRANK HAMMOND, F.R.V.I.*. ARCHITKCT & L1CKNSED SUKYKVul. OUioes : Town Hall, Hamilton. CLEGG, MILLER & CAIN, ARCHITECTS, THOMSON-ST., HAMILTON, VICTORIA -HOTEL BUILDINGS. H. G. Carstairs, B...

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HAMILTON COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

HAMILTON COL/LEGK, Parents in search of- a<lvaric'."l edu cation for their boys should not t v(>,r look the advantages offered b.,' the Hamilton ami Western District Col lege, the first term at which com mences on February 10. Since Mr. R. A. Kerr, M.A., B.Sc., took ohnvg) of the college it has entered upi'". a new era of success, an'd as the t" uff is to be added) to in the new mm by the re-engagement of a f u—.m master,- in Mr. Bennett, it should then be in a better position • ever before .to cope -with the educa tional needs of the district. • Jt ■ is the aim of the council governing 11111 establishment to turn out the Vnys in such a way as that theysha'i not only be educated in the worldly sense, but that they shall have tticir moral characters shaped and v isely developed. The head master exer cises close supervision over tbt) con duct of the scholars, while Mis. Kerr jealously guards, the int.T-j.; of the boarders. A special nid ' to the development of.literary t...

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