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PORTLAND. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

PORTLAND .(From Our Own Correspondent.! Thursuay. The State school teachers' school of instruction in swimming, life sav in>; and hygiene was opened here yes terday. Thirty-two teachers, from diflerjnt parts of the State, were picsent at the first parade, and oth eis were expected to arrive la'jer in Uu day. Thj dress.ng tents are pit ched on ths sight of the old ba ths, and the swimming ex erc.s.s trUe place in the open "wa te». The school is under the com mand of Mr. Prank Beanrepaire, who is retained by the Education depart ment as organiser of the) swimming classes. He is assisted by Mr. How l-.ttln swimmin? and life saving, and L1:. Sutton gives instruction on hy gii ne and the physiology of exercise. Tin1 sti dents are accommodated at tL* orderly room, and have been made very comfortable. The classes will continue until January 20th. On tbi. X.th there will be a special dis i.ioy and i ractiee in conjunction with the quait;rly practice of the ltfc-hoat crew. A sprcial train...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

Dental.—Mr. M. h. Thomas, of 88 Ell'nbelh-atrcnt, Melbourne, will be | vnyint,' his rami monUily visit to Hamilton cn Tuesday. afternoon and | Wednesday next, at Mrs. Hobb's, and jiuay be consulted on all matters re-' liting to dentistry.—(Advt.) ?

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. FINE INNINGS BY BARDSLEY. COLLINS SCORES 111. (Reuter's Telegram.) ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. V. N;<.\V SOUTH WALES. FINE INNINGS 13Y BARDSt.KY. COLLINS SCORES 111. (Router's Telegram.) ADELAIDE. Satur.Uv. Tho interstate mutch wns ."csimoil to-tlav in line and cool weather. Bardcdey playod a remarkably . o; i.d and chanccless innings for 74. l.^ the scores stand at present Australia, with seven wic cts I'oun. roiiuiro 42 runs to avert an innin,;n' defeat. Following are the scores :— NEW SOUTH \VAi,13S. First Innings. Collins, run out J.V1 C'ody, I) Crawiord U Mucartney, c Smith, 1> Crawford . 15 Andrews, c Winser, b Wliltty 20 M'Kew, c and b Whitty ■ : ... 2 bardsley, c Kirkwood, b Craw- . ford ... ... 74 Kclleway, c Chamberlain, b Craw ford ... ... . 34 Folkand, c and b Crawford ... f Cotter, b Crawford ... .... ... 2i Massie, c and b Crawford ■ 0 Mniley, not out ... ... ... ... 3 Sundries ... ... HI Total 29f Bowlinp- analysis.—Crawford, 7 wij kets for 78 runs ; Wliltty, 2 for C8. SOUTH AUSDRALIA. First Innings 18'J Second...

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JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. Tlie folio-win? additional successes of candidate from the Hamilton cen tre are recorded :—French .(•lisMnc tlon)—Winifred V. M'Kechnie (.'.lex nndra College) (pas9)—Agnes An derson, Mnv Anderson (Miss Gold smith, private governess).

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VICTORIA V. NEW ZEALAND. VICTORIA WINS BY AN INNINGS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

VICTORIA V. NEW ZEALAND. j VICTORIA WINS BY AN INNINGS. iwira Prom Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Saturday. The match between Victoria and Ne'v ?ealrnd was concluded to-day, whT Ills homo teanx completed their Innings for 439, and dismissing the Now Zealandtrs for 18S thus won by an inn'ngs and 110 runs. Following are the scores :— VICTORIA. Firsti innings. Carrcll, c Hic'imott, b Robinson 2 Scwart, c and b Sandman ... 25 Kipinan, c Taylor, b Carlton... G1 Willis, c Taylor, b Robinson ... 40 Heather, (> Sandman ... 65 Lugton, b Sandman ... 36 M'Donald, c Taylor, b Sneddon... 64 Laml ar-.l, b Sneddon ... ... 36 Armstrong, c and b Sneddon ... 18 Car eeV, i) Robinson ... G Matthews, not out ... 73 Sundries ... ... 23 Total ... ... ' 439 Bowling analysis.—Robinson.. 3 wkts for 113 runs j Carlton, 1 foi 79 Sandm.m, 4 for 103 ;; lfacfii.-.' 0 for 21) : Sneddon, 2 for 51; Trek well; 0 for 15; Hictraott, 0 for.26>... :,.••• NEW ZEALAND. • First innings ......... ,;141.. Second 'nn'n^s...

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A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

A NARROW ESCAPE. iPreparine to perform some iisphalt inc; operations on Saturday, niter noon, Mr. R. Ison, of Penshurst i'o&d. was boiline some tar in tjjn K'tcben when the Uouitl ran over and ciiuglit alight, a dense volume of smoi:e be ing tho result. A large mim'jw <,of neighbours flocked to the scono to render assistance towards -orcvc.itiiig the -demolition of the dwelling, which apneared imminent, and were / f ssaie service. Mr. iHOn. on realiginff the situation, threw a blanket oven the vessel and carried it outside, where the remainder of tlie contents also • took Pre, hut was alterwards SnUiet cbcd. Mr. Ison received soiue nasty burns on (tie forearms, but fortun ately -noRother serious damage re sulted.

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SWIMMING. WIN FOR LONGWORTH. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

SWIMMING. WIN FOH LONGWOKTH. - (Reut«r'a Tcl#grnm.) SYDNEY, Saturday. Tho 220 y»rcls swimming cnnm ricnehip of New South Wnlcs wns won by L/oiigworth by. n toucn, He.<ly being sscond and I'ligc Ultra. Time 2 inin. 11 1-5 sccs. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

Mb FESwaeoJ . AUCTIONEERS, ) STOCK, STATION, LAND AND l FINANCIAL AGENTS AND VALUERS, Gray-streat, Hamilton, AND WHYTE-ST., COLERAINE. SALES of all kinds of Fat and Store Stock held in Corpora tion Yards, Hamilton, every Friday, and at Coleraiuft every fortnight. Auction and Private SafeB of Stock and I'ropErey conducted in any uart ol the State. Loans negotiated. Larg« and (mall eumi of Trust Moneys always available at lowest ratoa. Valuations made. Arbitra tions conducted, AGENTS FOR— The Commercial Union Fire Assur ance Co. Ltd.,. the leading Firs Office In Australia. Total assets exceed £6,250,000. Straehan, Murray and Shannon pro prietary Ltd., Woolbrokers, Gee long. Tha Ballarat Trustees, Eiecntors aDd Agency Co. Ltd. Tha Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Ltd.—Every class of live stock insured at minimum rates. Quotations givem for. any special risk required. Thomas' Cnrbolissd Soluble Sulpbur Shscp Dip. STRACHAN, MURRAY AND SHANNON Proprietary Limited, Wool and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

Australia to London VJa Fromantle, Durban, and Onpe ■TEAMERS UP TO 11,000 TONS GROSS. Leave Melbourne Every 28 Bay*. SUPERIOR UP-TO-DATE SALOON ACCOMMODATION. Bpecial Attention is given to the Comfort and Accommoda'iion of Pas sengers In the THIRD CLASS. Surgeon and Stewardess Carried. Steamers fitted with Wireleaa Tole graphy and ail Latent ^ppliancco to ensure Comfort of Passengers on the Voyage. SALOON FARE8 To London, from £45. To South Africa, from £11. THIRD CLASS FARES— To London, from £16. To South Africa, from £13/13/. Tickets interchangeable with P. and 0. Branch Service. Tickets avail able for return by Orient line, via Suez—First Saloon £110, Second Saloon £81. Apply DALQHTY ft CO., LTD., Melbourne. « THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE. fki MUrotBR Flat, F*«t, New Twla Berew Steamers -will Imti MELBOURNE FOR LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW. fla ADSL AIDE), DURBAN, u< OAPBTOWN. Taktag PASSENGERS to LONDON, irbo are sent free per special train from Liverpool. Steamer. Tons. Dat«. CLY88...

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FIRE AT HOTEL. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

fire at a hot ei J. niri?.r/ROUTINE. Sunday. Considerable excitement was .•ausp/i in the city this evening hy -w o"t break of fire at the Gippslan'l hij-el Swanston-street. Hie brigade >0011 mastered the fire, which was confine, to two upper rooms.

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BIG FIRE AT PRAHRAN. DAMAGE £100,000. TREADWAY'S BIG STORE AND OTHER BUILDINGS DESTROYED. TOWN HALL SERIOUSLY DAMAGED. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

BIG FIRE AT PRAHRAH. DAMAGE £100,000. ' TREADWAY'S BIG STORK ,VN'D OTHER BUILDINGS liESTftOVlil). TOWN HALL, SERIOUSLY ilAM AGED. (Wire From Our Correspondent.* MELBOURNE, Sunday. Praliran residents, when sitting down to their Sunday dinner, were startled by the cUiivc of liroUells, aiv.i running out saw u great town' o.' flames shootin-r, up from the centre of Chapel-street. It was quickly Keen that Treadway's great drapery md clothing store, known as the oolo.i seunv, was 011 fire. Despite the ut most efforts of the steamers am! lire engines, which quickly gathered fro™ all parts of the metropolitan district, this enormous building. with iU val uable contents, was completely des troyed. The lire seems to have originated in the back premises, and the alarm was first given from the (ire Elation adjo-nmg. The lire spread to the towfi- hall, -which adjoins, and com pletely destroyed the large new hall recently erected. The wind, winch was blowing- gently from the west, carried tho bur...

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TERRIER COURSING BRACELET WON BY KYAPPA. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

TERRIER CDURSINC bracelet won by kyappa. There was 'a pood attendance of 1 coursing enthusiasts at the frlfsrnlly societies' reserve on Saturday i-.fim noon, when tli'ree states—all of wlricIn filled well—were run off. The first o these, the Trial Stakes, attract; 1 13 entries, an-i the principal event, '.he Bracelet Stakes, closed with 17 nomi n.inons. A Licnsolation Stakes, for which In Cogs were entered, complet ed the afternoon's programme. 'il.fro was a plentiful supply of good active rabbits, and on the whole ex cellent coursing ensued. As usual the committee ot the club end honorary secretary (Mb: E. Gough) saw to it thit e erything wor ed smoothly. Following nre the details of the coursing :— '1'rtiA.L STAKES. First, dog,' 19/; r. n let-up, (.</ ; iuird and fouri.h, 2/ each. . .. . F rst Ron nil,— Little (Pos beat Belle, Bully beat fcnouy Baker, Wnnnon 1 eit Cocon,; Belove beat M'Tavisli, Barney boat. Snowflake, Mack a bye. Fifjt Ties.—,Bully t«at bittte T'or, Sil...

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Y.M.C.A. CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

•y.m.c.a. carnival. Tiro first gathering. of the Y.M.C.A. Swimming Club too'.c placo -at tlia "Mill dam" on Saturday afternoon, Mr. J. A, Ijcnrmonth having k.'iuUy liermltted tlic use of that One shsct of water to members. There was a good attemlanco of members aivrt friends, and iho matohes wcro nil keenly contested. frhe Un«dbnii|<f r, Mr. I{. Hnrricks, had formed ;i icry accurate idea of tho speed of the contestants, thereby giving, n zest to the racing* that would otherwise U.ive l;con lacking. Tho judging was en trusted to Messrs. J. A. Ijcnrmonth and A. T. Henshall, -who were called i:pon to dccide some very close f.n ishes, while good starts were effected liy Messrs. J. Barry had It. Har ricke, to whom also was entrusted | the duty of recording tho time. Ex cellent. entries had been received, necessitating in the Open Handicnp, I ioi.r heats, a semi-final, and a final.' Following are the results-:— Maiden-Handicap, of 33 yards, op en to uitmbtrs only.—First l'ent—W...

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AUSTRAL'A AND THE MEAT TRADE. WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

AUSTRAL'A AND THE MEAT TRADE. WASHINGTON, Saturday. A marked increpse is shown in im portation of food into America, es pecially of fresh 1-etf and cattle. Tbs int! oris are largely from Entrland. Australia s nt f80,000 pound1! lurou gb Pacific Torts during November. There is every indication of a large expansion of Australian supplies in luttre.

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

SALVATION ARMY. Special welcome services were con ducted in the Solvation Arfny hall yesterday, the occasion being the first Sunday appearance ot ,'tb'e newly appointed officers. Ensign and Mrs. Sawkins. The congregations were larce, that in the evening being par iticularly so.' Mrs. Sawkins,:''\vin> pos sesses a pleasing mezzo-soprano vo!ce, aanir a couple of solos, ".They are nailed to the Cross " anV "-signer' wlieresoe'er thou art." Th? ensign, who. is a vigorous and fluent _sj>enker>. and who said it was his' prfi'Jt'.ee • to openly denounce sin and yvroi^-do ing, gave a eood practical address on the evil- effects of permitting i,in to. enter into our lives, even ^be iittle " no harm" sin. During the fimmer months tho ensign intends Hold! a ten o'clock ODen air meeting on Sun days, and' next Sunday even'-it,.; a memorial service will he held us a tribute to the memory of Mrs. M'Phee, of North Hamilton, whose death occurred last Thursday nicht. Preparations for the harv...

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LAUNCH OVERTURNED. FATE OF OCCUPANTS UNKNOWN. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

LAUNCH OVcRTURNEP. FATE OF OCCUPANTS UNKNOWN. NEW .YORK, Friday. Norfolk (Virginia) advises that the launch which ivas reported to con tain nineteen men of the battleship Wyoming overset at Hampton IVuids. The fate of the men is unVnowu, but dt is helicved they were lost.

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Items of Helvs. ROLL COMPILER'S DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

Items of Hetos. ROLL COMPILER'S DIFFICUL TIES. " The compilation of the St,wo roils is now being1' undertaken by the elec toral department, and the scrvio^s of the police are again being availed of to collect the names of all persons entitled to be enrolled. .The. multi farious duties of the court try' poiice ■ man leave him little time to 'ittt-nd to ordinary police work, and in m.i.iv cases a decided' hardship 'is entailed upon the unfortunate officer to whom this work .is .delegated. Take, for example, the borough of Hamilton, which covers an area of about square miles and contains an ci ted population of over 5000.' This extensive area is beintr worked i,y one man, who is supposed to make at least two visits to each household, the fiist to leave the necessary sche dule and the second to collect it. In many cases; householders may, t.r- ab sent. or other causes1 may necessitate three or 'four visits before n'-tu.-.-ue information can* be obtained. No provision appears to be ■ mad...

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A SERIOUS INUNDATION. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

A SERIOUS INUNDATION. BERLIN, Sunday. News has been received that the KoBslins dam between the Baltic Sea and Bukow Lake, burst in throe pla ces. The village of Damkerort was overwhelmed, and a hundred persons are missing.

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BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT. APPEAL FOR FUNDS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT. APPEAL FOR FUNDS. LONDON. Saturday. General Batten Powell is appealing for £230,000 for the boy # scout movement,

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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. (Wire From Our- Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Sunday. Following, is -the official forecast for Monday :— Except for Coastal showsr or two, fine generally, with moderate tem j jeratur.s ; west (»D north winds.

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