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

, 1 - Christmas , AND . New Year Gifts AND Antimony Jewel Cases,' from 1/ to 5/B. Glass Trinket Holders, E.P. - tops, 1/3; 1/11, 2/3. Glass Hair Tidies, 1/6. Stud and I Hairpin Holders, 1/3. 1 Hat Pin Stands, different designs, 1/11, Hat Pin Protectors, good plated, 4Jcl, 8d : Acorn Id. Work CaseB, containing all bIzcb needles, bodkin, etc., 1/. Aluminium Glove and HandKorchiet Boxes, the pair for 3/11. Japrtiese Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, lacquered, 2/6. Leather Covered Glove and Handker chief Boxes, a nice nresent, 2/6. Shaving Paper Aluminium Holder, 1/11. Rolled Gold Plnfl, Ed. Midget Brass Safety Pins, l}d cant. Celiuloid PmT Boxes, 1/. Aluminium Soap Boxes, 9d. Pretty Silt Pans, 6d. Tortoise Hair Kings, 2d. Perfumes, a large assortment, large bottles, 9d, 1/. Perfumes, in plusU cases, 1/. Tubes for Handkerchief Holders, 3d. Perfumes, best imported, 1/. 1/3,1/11 2/3. Large Frilled Kapok Cushions, spec ial value, 2/6. Main Colour Sateen Coalea, also fancy patterns, 1/. Handke...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS LEAVE MELBOURNE rv-RY ALTERNATE WEEK FOR MARSEILLES & LONOON Cnl'i-|f ot Adelaide Fr-mantle, Colombo, Aden, ' Port 2said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route p".rm,lUJ lo al BrinditJ FIRST muI *ECOND Satron* only. Return I ickct to Enropo ava lablo for Two Year's RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY . „ , To F3EMANTLK Sinsle £7 IOi, to £9 10s. Return £1! IOi. lo £14 5i. To COLOMBO * Single£27 10* to £34 2f Rein n £40 Hi. to £50 \2u , To BOMBAY and CALC TTA Swale £29, I4». to .£17 8». Return £44 lo £56 2s. To MARSEILLE* Sins'* £39 !2«. lo £ 8 2s. Rriufh i66 lo £U6 12s, To LONDON Single £41 16s. «o £82 I0$V Return £69 6i. to £123 4». Full particular! on application at Comtxany's • Office, 44/ Collins-street, Melbourne. LEWIS PLUMMER. Agent. Local Agents. P. LBARMONTH & CO., Hamilton ORIENT LINE Of ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, For LONDON, via ADELAIDE-, FRE MANTLB (W.A.), COLOMBO (for India), EGYPT, NAPLES, TOU . : LON, GIBRALTAR and PLY MOUTH , V ' 1 Leave i Mel- Arrive Steamer...

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

STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, GRAY-STREET. HAMILTON. SALES hold every Friday in Cor poration Yarila, ftnd at Cole raine fortnightly. Vuluatioui mads and Lo.wa ar ranged. J. R. MOODIB, SWORN VALOATOR. AGENTS FOR— Tho Equity Trusto« Compaay. Quibcll's Sheep Dip. Wortmo Speciflco Sheep Drench. (A full Stock of both Powder and Liquid Dip and Wormo Spcciiico la kept on the premises.) Nobel's Explosive* and Electrlo Blnifilng Apparatus. Phoenix Assurance Company. The Equity Trustees Co. Ltd. BOARD OF DIRECTORS : Edward Fanning, Esq. (Chairman) ; W. H. Irvine. Esq., K.C., M.f". ; Donald MacKinnon, Esq., VM.L.A. ; Robt. G. M'Cutcheon, Esq., M.L.A.; Stewart M'Arthur, Esq., K.O. Tie Equity Trustees, Executors and Agency Co. ltd Registered Office : 35 Queen-street, MELBOURNE. This Company iB specially empower ed by Act of Parliament (No. 978) to act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Recoiver, Committee, under the Lunacy Act or Attorney under Power, and to take Transfers of existing trusts. Inco...

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

AUCTIONEERS, 8TOOK, STATION,) AND GENERAL. COMMISSION ! AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton.: Branch Otlices at Horsham, "Warrack Babeal, Rainbow, Jepavlt, Nhiil, Coloraine, Willaura. Also at 437 Collina-fl!)., Melbourne. SALES of Fat and Stor» Shesp and CatMo conducted In thg Corporation Yards, Ham.lt.on, every Friday. Fortnightly Sales held at Macarthur and Colernino. Auction uid Private Sales of Land and Stock conducted in any part of I ho Stats. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of Intereit. AGENTS FOR DolRtty & Co., Woolbrokers, Gselonj aud Melbourne. THE I.Q. A. (TM Insuiance Offlco of Australia, , Ltd.) Fixe Acciutent Live Stock. Waks Vour WiiJ And Provide for the Future toj Means of THE PERPETUAL Executory and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Otlice—23-31 .Queen-street, Melbourne. . .. Capital o/ £150,000. Claima Guarantee Fund, £10,0W. DIRECT0R3 : E. M. Hyndman, Eb:j. (Chairman), Colin Temple ton, Emi., Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A., Harry P. Hentyj Esq.. DISTRICT AGE...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXTENSIVE SHEEP DEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

EXTENSIVE SHEEP DEM1 '4. A big turnover has been done i y Mr. E. A. Baylcy in the purchase of shoep. In addition to those - inspect ed ho has purchased-and rcBol i 1£* .i-CO sheep without inspection since ihc beginning, of the present season, th..\t is to shy, since the concluaio.i of shearing. The pursuit of a hugo business of this nature requires (.un stant travelling and a knowledge of the country. In general, Mr. I'.ay lcy considers th« present sea'so i a very good one, and this- prospec.s for the State very good. The chief (! in ger to be feared is bush fires, c.vng to abundance of feed in some ImO'. ties. .<■»

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

TjKITOH PICTURES. A specially selected programme of lilmti will he screened by IjCitch i'ic l ures' in the town liall tills even- | iuir. I'rincipal interest will attacn to a Hison production, "In the vrW'.sl of Africa." The second star »li-iure is entitled" The burning rivets" (Ij'.i- I bin), and these two alone should be of sufficient merit to ensure Ii.mu-' per house. The management '.uu'. ;• r- | raneed a number of other subjoitH o[ absorbing interest, mulling) on Ilia ' whole a programme which wellnioin tains the high standard reached by J the Leiteh Company. They will in clude a " Topical Budget," " ^xoiu sive Pattern" (IjuMn), " Kml of the World" (A.B.), "For his boved One" i Mails), ' The Snail" (Patho), ' Her Big Story" (F.A.), "Dupin's 'lca.l ache" (Urban), " On the Broad ' .(.air way" (Edison), and " Papa's iiaby" A.H.), matting a total of 10,400v tiet of film. The usual 'high-class musical selections will be a feature ""of the evening, and in ordor to got throne the exte...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRE BRIGADES' DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

FIRE BRIGADES' DEMON STUA TION. Members of the Hamilton Fire Bri gade will commence practice (or the annual demonstration, which is to be held at Bendi^c in March, next Monday evening, at seven o'clock. Improvements are being made on the track, which will he in capital o.der. and all the l-r'-adlers are requested to attend practice regularly.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SHORTLIVED STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

A SHORTLIVED STRIKS. A strike occurred at Audley, it our Branxholme, on Thursday, \vh:n threshing operations -were about to commence. Nine or ten men, led: \,y an agitator from Wallacodalo, de manded lop rates, which were prom ptly refused. Mr. Read offered the men the ruling rate of lOd per ln'iir. They would not accept it, and took to the road. In less than threj li'-urs all the places were re-filled, more men offering. Threshin?, was not stopped through the strike for an hour.

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

Sl'KOIAI. SALE AT CObBl'lAtNU. , Messrs. .John Kenton, juul Co.,.. in conjunction with Messrs. Shiuvihan, KitZKeral.l ami do., will hold a spec ial sale at Coleraine on • Tuesday next, 13th inst. They will ycrd somo splondiil linos ot fi'iccp and cattlu direct from district 1 lf.cd crs, who have notified their intention to hold their stock for this sule. j Buyers may wttond with every co:-li donco of securing Rood lines. |

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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PORTLAND SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

PORTLAND SHOW. The annual show of the Portland P. and'A. Society -will be held on Wednesday. February 11, and -):i the occasion a special train will he vur from Hamilton, stopping at ail sta tions. General entries will close or Monday, February 2, and scnedulc may be obtained at the "Spectator" office, from Messrs. J. Thomson ;nul| po's., or from the secretary, Mr. G. H. M. Bennett, town hall, Portland. 4

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

DRATH. I M'RHFiE.—On the flth January, at' North Hamilton, Sarah, the .to-, loved wife of Alexander M'Phee; aged 74 years. | >N: WSMORiniVI I C'APLIC.—Jn loving jpemory ot Jolm Cuple, who died at his resi dence, " Pleasant Banks," South Hfuiiilton, Jahuary 11th, 1908; I —Jiust-rted by his' wife and daughters.

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COMING EVENTS. JANUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

OOMINQ EVENTS, JANUARY— 17—Wannambool Races. 24, 26, anil 27.—Hamilton Law.. Tennis Club'B Annual Tournc ment. 2G—Branxholme Curnival and Sports. 2ci—Camperdown Races. Nomina tions January . 12. Handicaps January 17. FEBRUARY—. • 7—Hawkesdale Raccs. Nomlnn tiops January 28. Handicaps tfebrunry 31 . • 11 —Portland Show. General IOn tries February 2. MARCH— j 11—Dlgby Show. I

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Items of News. SETTLERS WHEAT YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

Items of Mtivn. SETTLERS' WHEAT YIELDS. There is every prattoWlity that this season's harvest reports from the closer settlement districts of Moor alia und Kenilworth will show the area as a producing centre in a very favourable light, farmers •. ctiern'.ly are obtaining good return^, and tccy are naturally jubilant over tin? tact. One of the first to complete :s> Mr. Lnwrie, of' Mooralla estate, ".vho, from a small naddock, has harvested 12J bags of wheat to the acre, and h;s total crop Vhas averaged F,even hags. Considering the low price of the settlement lands', 'the settlors would thus appear,,to bo obtaining returns almost as good as from inar.y lands in the- Wimmera, where the prices of the holdings are ntiuch higher.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. 1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY- 10. Something which happened at tin*, lust. ; meeting of the Central Hoard of Health confirms it lingering suspicion that. tlm Hnan.l is far from he'ag tlie useful body it professes to hf. At a ■previous meeting l)r. Johnson. an otlicer of the Health Depaitmeut, i under whose mil ion t he practice of for tifying milk and bringing it lip to the ' standard by iutreducing cream foo other sources was brought, expressed the opinion iliat such if thing must have been impossible. At Ibis .week's meeting the same doctor presented a report in which it waa admitted that the piaet.ice does exist to a certain ex font. To explain the appincut iucou ihbwbmbbwm^anaMM—X sislciuy Dr. Jolpison was sent fur, but J tin- ch.unii:in iif thu boa I'd (Dr. Hubert- I son), who is the State's chief lic-iiltli otlicer, Mimewhat surprised liieuibcts by saying, " We have no, c-ontrol over him iir liny oilier servant of thu dep.irt incut." Ilowuvor, the doctor in qucs tion was ...

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NAVAL ARMAMENTS. MR. CHURCHILL'S VISIT TO FRANCE PARIS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

NAVAL ARMAMENTS. — m KR. CHURCHILL'S ViSIT TO FRANCE PARIS, Fri-lav. Dunne his holidav visit Mr. ( hurc hill exchanged unofficial conversations, with three members of the Cabinet. The Fiench Government takes the view that the newspapers attache:! too much importance to Mr. Lloyd George's naval statement.

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THE GOVERNMENT DETERMINED. JOHANNESBURG, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

THE GOVERNMENT DETERMINED. JOHANNESBURG, Friday. Severn! sections of railwayman fie ballotinjr as to whether or not they will strike. The sparcity of fluids is aet'ng as a deterrent. The men's leaders nrediet tli.it '.lie strike will te in full swing v. ilhin four days. Mr. Smuts, addressing snecinl con stable corps yesterday, said lie hoped to prevent bloodshed, but if the stri kers fought there would t e greater calamities than in July. The Gov ernment was determine:l to fight tie agitators to a finish.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. AFRICAN RAILWAY STRIKE A COMPLETE FIASCO. WIDESPREAD ASSURANCES OF LOYALTY. PRETORIA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

WBHJTHR'B THIiBGRAMS. AFRICAN RAILWAY STRIKE A COMPIETE FIASCO. WIDESPREAD ASSURANCES OF LOYALTY. VRETOIU A.. Thursday. The railway workshops at Fre'.nvi.i mid Johanness!'r are alone idled, A special sta!T is running the tvai' as usual. Four hundred strikers at Braamfontein workshops and %S fit ters have resumed. Labour leulers admit that the strike is a fla^'i. Railwayirien in every part of 'he Cape have sent the managers a:;fur ances that they will not strike.

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

A SEARCHING- Scrutiny reveals that The Don leads as high class tailors, 'batters, mcrceiB, hoot men and outfitters. Our suits excel in the fit, style and finish. Few equal, none excel. Values, 63/, 75/. Best ' range ol ihats, fur, felt, 5/6, 7/6, 10/6 ; «traW8 4/6, -worth 7/6 ; In hootfl We 1*60x1, tftBS and block, 13/6, 17/6. In 0037 under wear, natty shirts and ties, crash suits', boys' suits, you tret actual money/a worth at George and O'Neill's. AT GAiBTHHSW'iS, Thomson street, beat selection Hoylfls' runts, plain-, shots, and fancy designs, Si Inches wide. All 6/11 dozen. AT WALLACE1 8. Xlias. GIFTS. TIE.S, FANCY SOX, SILK HANDKER0H1EFS, And CLOTHING. A. EEMROSE hat 'Re-opened in Shop, opposite the Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de Blrea to make quick clearances of bis stock of Boots and Shoes he ■will Sell Below, Wholesale Cost for Casn. A REASONABLE Discount AUo.w »_». ed ofl Toys to Sunday School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street Emporium. BOOKS...

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MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914

MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Friday. Meisrs. John M'Whae and Co.. | »tooK and share brokers, "Collins, Houao," Oollins-atrcot,' Molbourno, I report as follows :— Mol'ljourno Trains.—Buyers, •"■13/6 ; eollcrs, 43/9. Amalgamated Zincs.—Buyers, 27/4-5; sellers, 27/fi ; sales, 27/6. North Brokens—Buyers, 51/; in 1 Jers, 51/6. Hampdens.—Buyers, 31/3 ; scllnis, 31/6 ;■ sales, 31/7,J and 31/3. Mount Cuthbert.—Buyers, 1 :;/4 ; sellers, 13/11. Catheart.—'Buyers, 3/ ; sellers, 3/5. Cathcart Central.—Buyers, ;H/6 ; Boilers. 35/. ' Lansri Logan.—Buyers, 30/3 ; sel lers, '36/9. Langi Logan North.—Buyers, fi/S ; Bellers, 5/6. Lanel Logan South.—Buyer, lf>/ ; sales. 15/. Philippines.—Buyers, 34/ ; sellers, 85/ ; sales, 35/. |

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

■HALF ALIVE ?■ "jrjrOW in cli of your timo do you fci-l like working, or how ofton can J*~"- you work with offcot ? Tho (inuu when you feel like working nro tlio times when you liavo a Burplua of vital energy You ought to hnvo a surplus Jill tho tiuio, uren's nerve-tonic Will help to tupply the energy. . It provides tho material for building up tho norvouu and mueculiu' systems Helps promptly. Price, 2/6 per bottle. Posteci', &l'3\ FRANK UREN, Pharmacist, HAMILTON. Workers' Eye Sjght— The question of ISyeaight is more important (o nono fchnii to tho thou sands who toil day by day ia our oflkes and workshops. Good Eye sight b?»B a niotiey viiluq because the earning powers urn affected by it. Defective Sight and liyo Strain cause llo-Klaclu'S, Kurvous J roubles and Voiiutings in many people. Good Eyesight Is a possession worth caving for. Jf you have cause to doubt it call in and allow us to make an examination and explain tho why and whercfoio at no cost to yoHreolve.*. Our W...

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