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Methodist Church. SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
Methodist Church. SUNDAY SERVICES. ' Hamilton, 11—"Tlio (rood Shepherd," Kev. W. C. TUonins. Hamilton, 7—"Thirst Satisfied," Row W. C, Thomas; , . I Muddy Orcok, 3—Uev. W. C. Thonms, I Strathkollar, II—Mr. Torrill. Colcvaino, 11—Mr. Hill. Coler,line, 7 .'10—Mr. Hill. Konongwootoniv-I -Sir. Hill, , Mooralla, .'S-Mr. Rowlands. Woolil Honor. U—Mr. Boivlnuds. Mooralla lislnlu, 7—Mr. Rowlands.
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO , GOD LINESS. i A cleaa body induces a clean mini. A clean body i3 attained by the use of water and a eood goap. The only (question is '''What Soap?" Rexona Soap is the best soap. Its manufacture is the moat mod ern and the most scientific. It combines the Qualities of the best germ-destroyiu# pow-i.s .w?s.h&lt; the most dainty odor and appear ance. Rexona Skin and Facial Soap ir the Only medicated soap which is pleasing its a peneral toilet soap. A daily bath with water and Kcx cna Soap (makes the user clean. He is not only free from dirt, hut from disease germs. His clean and healthy skin ensures a healthy (body. Cleanliness of mind should follow. So use Rexona Soap' in your daily hath. Be clean and keep clean". Rexona B&lt;Jap, King1 of all Soaps. 1/ per Tablet. Obtainable •every where, ; | I I
THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
THEWEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shade TemDeratura. Local Barometer Dry Wet Humid Times. Corrected. Bulb, Bulb. ny. 9 a.m. 29.921 61.1 52.3 ' iO.O* 3 p.m. 29.702 83.5 58.9 16.0 RAINFALL. Nil. SHADS TEMPERATURE. Maximum. ' Minimum. 84.8 deg. 37.2 Full Moon—January 12. Ne\v Moon—January 26. Average rainfall for 44 years, Irom' January 1st, 1870, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. ■ ' : Total rainfall from January 1st,: to 9 a.m. on "January 9th, nil. TO-DAY. Sun rises 5.20, sets 7.57. ' Moon rises 6.21, sets 2.53. :j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
&lt;5Ih&lt; e Piano. A Really H igh-class English Piano, that will satisfy the most cri tical. Enthusiastically spoken of ju by the mosb prominent Musicians in England/ Sol? Agents Melbourne Adelaide. Send igo. Geelong SencJ for FREE Catalogue [Je Lux©. Toy® Bros., Agents, Hamilton and Warrnambopl F1RBANK, Brighton Church of England Girl's * School. PROPRIETORS • THE DIOCESAN •.BOARD OP EDUCATION. HEAD MISTRESS : M. M. CAMS RON, M.A., Dip. Ed. T HE School, which is close to ','ae Brighton Station aild within ■ eas!' distance of the sea, is beauvi fully situated in three acres of ground, and is "provided with Base fc ill and Basket Ball fields, and ca'o . Tennis Courts. The school house lias been built recently, and is construct ed on the most modern lines of school architecture. There is also a well equipped Boarding House in tlw grounds, where a limited numjber ol boarders is taken. Boarders ara under the direct sup I ervision of the Heaid Mistress, who is assisted ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
An Ideal Tonic FOR THE Stomach and Liver. Because it cleanses the system and gently stimulates the action of the stomach, liver, and fciowels, Mother Seigel'a Syrup—made from roots, barks, and leaves—soon corrects the " out-of-sorts " condition from which so many people Buffer at the change of season. Thirty drops taken after riieals, renew appetite and purify 'the blood by ensuring good digestion. When you have Jieadaches, or pains in u the stomach, flatulence, no appetite or energy, when you soon feel, done-up and weary, your stomach and liver need help, and need it sorely. Take Mother Seigel's Syrup after your meals, and it will speedily renew your appetite, tone up the stomach and liver, make food nourish you, and give you new life and vigour. There is nothing to equal Mother Seigel's Syrup as si digestive tonic and stomachic remedy, MOTHER Seigel's Syrup Mrs.- Sarah Anne Irvine, of Manning Street, Kiama, N.S.W., writing on May 4th, 1913, says:— '' As one who suffered much from ...
VEDRINES CONTINUES HIS FLIGHT. DEFIANCE OF AERIAL LEAGUE. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
VEDRINES CONTINUES HIS FLIGHT. DEFIANCE OP AERrAL LEAGUE. PARIS, Thursday. It is hinted that the arrangements to facilitate Jules. Vedrines' flight to Australia will be endangered unless he gives satisfaction, to Rout, an airman who challenged him to right a duel in Cairo. Vcilrincs will continue the journey under his employer's auspices in de fiance of the aerial league. t ' (Roux, having designed an aero plane for the purpose, left Paris in company with Pierre Dauconrt on a flight to Cairo. The pioneers » of the great journey met with diuuater when crossing the Taurus mountains,. Vedrines, following shortly a.'ter wards, succeeded, however, In com pleting the flight. As the outcome of a quarrel 'between the men shortly after they met at Cairo Vedrines struck Roux in the face, and then refused to fight a duel with him on the ground that Roux had disgraced France by his failure to fly from Paris to Cairo. M. Rene "iiinton (president of the French Aerial Lea igue), 'hearing of the in...
THE ZABERN INCIDENT. SENTENCES POSTPONED TILL TO-DAY. BERLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
THE ZABEHN INCIDENT. SENTENCES POSTPONED TILLi TO-DAY. ^ . BERLJN,, Thursday. 1 A sergeant-of gendarmerie testi'jcu at the court mnrtial at Strasburg that hs saw the military arreting people in Sehloss iPlatz, Zabern, on November 28th. The sqfiare was prac tically em"tv. Witness did not ki;r.w why the people were arrested. Ex citement always became mora no ticeable when the soldiers appeared. 1 The prosecutor proposed the ac quittal of Colonel von Reuter on the charge of usurping executive power, as he was unaware that ho had been acting illegally, but a week's impris onment for infringing the liberty of the subject was proposed with thicc 'days' imprisonment for LieutmtA'.it Scliad striking, the witness Kornwnn. ; The passing of the sentences vas postponed till Saturday.
REUTHER'S TELEGRAMS. THE MEXICAN SITUATION HUERTA'S WILD DEFENCE. HELL BEFORE RESIGNATION. NEW YORK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
RETJTER'B TSLEGRAMSl THE MEXICAN SITUATION , / HUERTA'S WILD DEFENCE. HBL/Ii iHSFORE, RESIGNATION. NEW YORK, Thursday. The New lYork v World" prints u ..sensational despatch from Moxico CUty, statins; that General Hueitiv has expressed tho hopo that hell v:ill contain both President WIlHon and himself liefore he resigns tho Mexican Presidency. " Tho ti'mo," lie says, " has gone past wlion I would ^lvo tho slightest consideration to any sugiffEstion 'to resign the Presidency. Once I might have resigned at tho 'bidding of anyone, but now, No. It is not a (incstion of pride or ambi tion with me, but a duty—nothing else." General Hucrta Is reported to hiivc asked what Pxesrient Wilson knew of Mexieo[ or of Mexico's needs.. Mexi co had nlinty of money, and Lho people who wanted to get ;id of him would have to batter tlie head ' ofT his shoulders bcTore they killed ' him or his Government. I Tho " World's" statement is based I on what Hue'rta is alleged to hnvo i said to an American visit...
COAL SHIP ON FIRE. ALL HANDS SAVED. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
| COAL SH!P OM FIRE. ALL HANDS SAVED. VANCOUVER, Thursday. The German barque Eilbek ,nas ar rived at Astoreia, Washington, with the captain and crcw of the British steamer Battle Abbey, which v.V.s burned at sea n December, when a coal cargo from Newcastle, Now South - Wales, bound for Vancouver, firod. Captain. Mp.rsters, interviewed, raid the Battle Abbey made a fair pas sage until She was three, weeks .out. Then the coal fired. ■ The■ crew fought the flames for days unsuccessfully. They then took to the boa;ts. The first) boat put out was rhashed ag ainst the ship's side, and the sccjnd stove in. The third saved them in the early dawn of December 30th, and they put off on the ocean, seeking the' nearest land. The Eilbek rescued them on January 2. The captain believes the ship has been blown up ere this owing ' to the huge quantities of gas generated in the holds. &lt; The captain's wife and two daugh ters were amongst the crew.
CROWN PRINCE'S TELEGRAMS. "HONOUR OF THE UNIFORM." [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
I GROWN PRINCE'S TELEGRAMS. I " HONOUR OE.THE UNIFORM." The ,r Berliner Tagoblatt" stales that the Crown Prince denies that the: telegrams he despatched to the officer in command of the troops in . Alsatia were intended to imply that the. people of Alsaco-Lorraine were enemies of the country, but the Ucn our of the uniform and the ofilcors must be protected against insult. It was the duty of the commander to protect the officers and men.
PORTLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 10 January 1914
PORTLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. The monthly meeting was aeUl 1 011 Thursday. Present—The yresirti "t (Cr. Cope). find Crs. Smith, J'nl pocd, Philip, Carter, Shaw, Kennedy, Devlin, and Righetti. I CORRESPONDENCE. ! From Geo. Allen, Branxholme, nt.k ing permission to hold a road uic'i from ttoUfth's hotel to the lutlf-ir.ilo culvert.—No action taken. j From secretary Portland Friendly. Societies' Hospital Carnival,, >i«5)"-iip that January S nnd 29 he nroclatme 1 half-holidays.—Granted for south riding. ( From .T. W P- Tnluua, drawin - attention to t>a(3 6ta*o o I road in the township, and whin'* I that limbs of the trees be sawn ofT. Lelt in hands of engineer. From A. E. Aitken, nuk ing permission to remove overnaii.; jng trees from road in the parish c( Annya.—Granted. From Department of Public Wuik: approving of plans for works on Cashmere heath (contracts £0, CI,; | 62 and 631.—Received. I From S. L. Best, registrar, report-, ing death from enteric fever suul l other causes at Branx...