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

RGAI Unsurpassed Values from the Mor&iothing Ssctm OUR FAMOU; White-work —SALE COMMENCES on Wednesday, 14th Inst. WHEN WE SHALL OFFR SURPRISING PRICE REDUCTIONS. UNDERCLOTHING STOCKS comprising excellence of stylo nn l imil.urial. Kegnlar prices hav i all buen liani.sliod lor tliia Startling Selling Event. TiiIcr advantage of the saving this B ir<*iiin pwiol affords, and buy now for prenent and fa en re njed.s. WEDNESDAY the 14th. JOHN THOMSON & GO The Iron Store Gray-streetf Hamilton three Reasons why you]should go to WHITE'S for Wall Papers, all kinds of Glass, and Puii.teivi' mid Artists' Material. I —ITo, by liis practical experience cn.i toll you what is moat suitable for your rt (]uireiMinta. 1 T.—He yells only the very best in each lint of goods, II,—lie charges must reasonable prices. ATh^vt TWTiifp The Wall Paper, Glass, Oil and JXLWL li VV III be, Color Merchant, Tel. 138. Opp. Victoria Hotel, Gray-st, Hamilton* Fashionable Headivear. The very Ne...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ZABERN INCIDENT. VON REUTER AND SCHADT. SEVERE CRITICISM OF CROWN PRINCE. BERLIN, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

THE ZABERN INCIDENT. > . \ VON BEUTEB AMD SCHADT. I :EVEHia CRITICISM OF CROWN ( PRINCE. } BERLIN, Saturday. ' Tile court-martial at Strasburp con cluded its inquiry yesterday. Colonel Von Routtr and Lieutenant Schiult wurc aciiuitlril. It is stated in court circles that the Kaiser is determined to prevent tha Crown I'rlnce m-ikinj further po litical demonstrations. The Kaiser ccnn<"ers ttc Crown prince's encou ragement of General Detailing as an act of d'slojalty and rebuff to him self. Kadical newspapers declare that the Crown. Prince is not lit to wear thi= Imperial Crown, and that the na tion will not tolerate a sovereign who,, as Crown Prince, encouraged ■violence and jllegelity. Conservative newspapers take a controry view, and therein lies the significance of the Crown Prince's de monstrations.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

STARCH THE BEST tM THE WORLB ♦ h> 61b Pored. INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MEXICAN TROUBLES. FEDERALS BADLY BEATEN. MEXICO CITY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

MEXICAN TROUBLES. FEDERALS BADLY BEATEN. MEXICO CITY. Sunday. A grave reverse to the Federal arms is reported from Ojinaca. Tbc rebels advanced and fought liotlv around the trenches. The Federal? fled, sonic crossing the American loa der after a share hattle, in which there was considerable loss of lite. When the Federals left Ojina^a Gene ral Villa, rebel leader, immediately took possession of the town. The last Btronehold on which Pre sident Huerta had been relying to , save Northern Mexico is uow pone. President Huerta's military chief, General Mercudo, crossed the river and surrendered to the United States troops.

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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1914. Rural workers hnvi no reason to feel gratified at the result of their orga nised attempt to eompel the farmers to pay the exorbitant rates of wages as laid down in tlw union's log. Ex cept in very rare instances the ef forts to enforee -Mie claims have met with dismal fuilun. T1icim_> who ?pciit several idl:- weeks in camps in a vain endeavour to bring employers of la bour around to their way of think ing claim to have achieved wha'.i is called a moral victory, but they would find it difficult to convince any b'lt their own deluded selves that Ihcr; is any force in '.luoir reasoning. If tii.- being k^pl in bare subsistence, the idling in t;nts, and the going off to other fields with a Plug of union given toabncco i:i each of their, poc ki'.s can l,v construed into anything less than ignominious dpft-.it, then tils men1 who lay idle whun they could l.'ovc hc'in profitably employed must 1,(! gifted with more than nn average slmre of imagin...

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FATAL BOXING MATCH. IS BOXING BRUTAL? LOS ANGELES, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

FATAL BOXING MATCH. IS BOXING BRUTAL? LOS ANGEL.ES, Saturday. At the inauiry concerning ttie death of Young, who ■died as the rwult of a fight •with Jess Willard. iVillard testified that he did not strike Yo > with his full strength at any time during the contest. The referee, 13y ion, declared that prizefights were the most brutal exhibitions in the ■world, but he added that the bout between Willord and Youns was not | b prizefight, merely au exhibition o. i boxing.

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

'■ WWJJ Your Boy's Appearance Counts for a groat 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. 28 Boys' Linen Coats, 7 x 9. 4/11 : 10 to ,21, 5/6. 60 Boys' CraBh Blouse Coats, al aizae, only 2/6. 11 Boys' Galatea Coats, olouse . shape, only 2/11. - »; Boys' Smart Linen Suite, Carl ton etaupe, 11/9. 1 BOYS' SUMMER HATS. Hots' Summer Straw Lounge, 1/G, 2/11 arid 3/3. Boys' Dark linen Summer Hats, Boys' White Drill Hats, well mft'le, only 2/11. only 1/. each. Boyt 3-Rnrjnent Pretty Linen Suits, double breaBte:i vest, 11/9. IS Smart Grey Suits, two gar ments, only 14/11, Chol:c for Christmas wear. 23 Nobby 2-garment Suits, with centre vest, pleated back, 15/11, 17/C, 21/. the personal Attraction of a Man coun[ts for a great deal. Millar^ have made, a study df this trade. If you rajuire a Christmas Suit, made by expert tailors, well lined mid fitted like a garment made to. your measures, at ouiy ha...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE TRAGEDIES. DEATHS ACCIDENTAL AND PREMEDITATED. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

MELBOURNE TRAGEDIES. j DEATHS ACCIDENTAL AND PRE MEDITATED. . (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MFJ/BOTjIINIO, Surnla-. The body of Robert Holl, a inivkor of i) illiard cues, was found hanging from a but pog at his reifldc.ice in Cusson-street, North Melbourne, to day. Deceased had been peculiar in manner. Lydia Wonp, the Kuropean wife of a Chinese an TCxhibition-strcet, whilst sulTering from the effects of drink, swallowed a quantity of lysol. Her condition is serious. George Illoman, airod 82, was found drad in hiM bed at his residence, Ken sington. this morning, lie having l/'cii suffocated by pas fumes. Th.s gns tap had 'been left on, and it is ,iim posed that the escape wns due to his wife, aped 83, having turned on the meter, she being unaware that the tao in the bodroom had not been turned oft.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

Then Came Out in Pimples, Would Almost Tear Face Off. Used Cu ticura Soap and Cuticura Oint ment. Now Quite Left Her, Tiarker St., Loner Randwlck, N. S. "W.— •'My eldest girl had a most dreadful faro; Jc was covered with a dry rash at tirst and then It came out In JK pimples and when she got warm she would almost tear the face off her. " I tried a few different lotions and ointments but it seemed to do her no \-w , u good; it would go away « for a tlmo but only to " come back *ugain. I was distracted; I did not know what to do, when ouo day my sister-in-law advised me to get a cake of Cuticura Soap, which I did. You would be surprised, it took all heat out of it, hut the scales were still there, so I sent for a sample tin of Cuticura Ointment, and would you believe It, it has quite left her and she has had no return of it and not a mark of any kind left." (Signed) Airs. Catley, April. 1<)I2. Do you wish to improve your complexion, hands or hulr? If you wish a ukin dear of...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MOUNT CAMBIER. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

MOUNT CAMBIER. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tupsdnv. *J'ne weather continues seasonable, "'nrm aml rtry- The first truck icna of new potatoes was despatched to Adelaide yester'iay, the consign ment being six tons of New Zealand Pinkeyes, grown iby Mr. Wm. Hay, "'n., and purchased from him for ITfiPsrs. Wm. Charlick, Ltd., at a satisfactory price. Tliresh'ng operations are at a sts'n'still, and according to present indications, it does not look as if a satisfactory settlement will be ar rival at. Fvcr since ('lie publication of the rural workers' log, the relat ions between the proprietor and men have not been what might be wished for, and the recent arrival of an A.W.U. o'feial in this district has not helped to heal the breach. Sev eral imeetines of both parties have been held, but it is impossible to glean anything of an official nature inspecting: the deliberations. But the fact remains that none of the threshers are working, and whether or not sufficient independent workers are...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRIXE AT WONTHAGGI. BOYS WANT MEN'S WAGES. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

STHIXE AT WONTHAGGI. UOVS WANT MEN'S WAG 10S. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MRLBOOUNR. Siliulnv. Tim State coal min? ut Wonthaggi is i'le owing to the lads who are cm loyt-'l as dippers rofiiEing to wor•: for 7/ a £ny, claiming that th y .should get the same wages as the whaslers, 'J/2.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

LONDON WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, Saturday. The "whrat market is miiet. 35H\ (icing asked aiwl 35/ bid for Austra lian, cargoes.

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A SUFFRAGETTE BOMB. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

A SUFFFAGETTE BOMB. IjONDON. Saturdav. Sultragettes last nipht tlroii,i<:il a bomb into a butter box at the pre mises ol Boulton's, chemical manu facturers, inthcEastEod^

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SPORTING CABLES. TENNIS. WILDING DEFEATS LOW. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

SPORTING CABLES. TENNIS. WILDING DEFEATS LOW. LONDON. Saturday. At the international trnnis tourna ment yesterday Wilding beat Lowe 6—I, —1 ( 6—2. In the final of the doubles Wlidin and Biddle defeated Wallis Mveis and B. Lovre, 6—1, 6—1, 3—6, G—1.

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THE WEATHER. SATURDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shads Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

THE WEATHER. SATURDAY'S HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shads Tomporaturo. Locnl Bnromotcr Dry Wet Humid Times. Corrected. Buib, Bulb. lty. p. cunt. .9 II.m. 20.1-33 G7.2 58.1 55.0 3 ,) m. 2H.K88 75.3 57.-8 29.0 HAINFALL. Nil. SHADE) TEMPERATURE. Maximum. Minimum. . G.2di3=r. 57.3dcg. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shada Tempornturo. Locnl Baromoter Dry Wet Humid rimes. Corrected. Bulh, Bulb. ny. p. cent. 9 a.m. 2!>.f03 6G.9 57.8 515.0 3 p.m. 23.53G C'3.0 54.7: 57.0 'RAINFALL. To .3 p.m., 10 points. SHADE TEMPERATURE. Maximum Minimum. i;i.2dcg. M.ldeg. Full Moon—To-dny. New Moon—January 2". Average rainfall for 44 vcars, Jrom •Tonuarv 1st, 1870, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. Ttital, rainfall from, January 1st, to 'j a.m. on January 11th, nil. TO-DAY. Run rises 5.21, sets 7.57. Moon rises S/J p.m., sets 4.49 p.m. Following is the ofliciaf not"1 the'weather over Victoria fv,. wee'e ending 9/1/14 :—The week ]im en-'o 1 was a very <'ry cnc. Mon soonnl activit'es were very prono...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. TRAGEDIES IN GERMANY. FAMILY MURDERS AND SUICIDES THROATS OF EIGHT CHILDREN CUT. BERLIN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

RHUTBR'S TELEGRAMS. TRAGEDIES IN GERMANY. FAMILY MULDERS A^D SUICIDES THROATS OK RIGHT CHILtlUEN CUT. UERLJ.N, Fculiiv. A builder named Hratz, his wile. nml sister, committed suicide at I Soldau by pas noisoniutj. The bo dies of five children and n dtv_c v.-ere found with their throats cut. Thi motive was money trouble. Before committing suicide Bratz and liis wife donneil mourning. A policeman at Hamburg cut the throats of his throe little daughters nnd hanged himself owing to a fami ly quarrel,

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

4-u *4. - 7 « ouAt« cxcei in the fit, t style and finish. Few equal, none excel. Values, 63/ 75/ 7/fiBt in/t"*0 <■ 0f 'haJt?' fur- Wt! 5/6,' 7/6, 10/6., straws 4/6, worth 7/r, • panamas-j in hoots we load, tans and black, 12/6, 17/6. In C03v under wear, natty shirts and crash suits, boys' suits, you pet actual o-Ncm-l worth at Gcorse and A T OAiRTHEW'iS, Thomaon street -c*. best selection Hovl.-'i' runts plain, shots, and fancy designs, 33 Inches wide. All 6/11 dozen. And CLOTHING. A^EMROSE lias Re-opened in • Shop opposite the Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de sires to maKo quick clearances of his Btock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Gash. A REASONABLE Discount AUo.w ed off Toys to Sunday School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street Emporium. BOOKS, Stationery, and Fai.cy Goods, New Locail Postcards, ami a large assortment c£ others to select from. Aus tralian and Lett's Diaries and Calendars for. 1914. orders promptly ...

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LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

LEITCH PICTURES. Saturday night's display ot. pic tureB at the. town liall was. w'tnesseu by the customary full "house." Leitch's. have contracted the habit of introducing dramatic themes that arqi •new at each successive exhibition," and it was a pleasine variety which was unfolded on Saturday night.' Strong conceptions marked r,ou'.e. 'of. the plots, particularly so iri The' Burning Bivet," a dramatic Mtor.y' of municipal "eraft"—from Aiv.iiiea, of course. In this story the city mayor is tempted by the "boss" o< the Tammanv gang to exploit the muni cipal finances. On his refusal hangs a sensational story, and there are introduced several of the fresa fea tures alluded to above. " Her Big Story" CFlyinp A.) was a dramatic sketch of literary people not without interest, but on very much wilder , lines than " The Burning Rivet. ' A. two-reel storv of African forest lite, introduced a complication of Arabs, negroes, -witch doctors, missionaries, lovers, fierce looking wild ...

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THE IRISH QUESTION. ULSTER INDEMNITY FUND TOTALS £1,000,000. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

THE IRISH QUESTION. ulster indemnity ftjmd Totals ,ei,000,000. london. friday; The Ulster volunteer imleninity funtl totals '£1.000.000. 1

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BULGARIA AND TURKEY. A PROJECTED ALLIANCE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 12 January 1914

BULGARIA AND TURKEY. A PROJECTED ALLIANCE. LONDON. Friday. Renter's Constantinople correspon dent* telegraphs that Bulgaria, and : Ttirkey are negotiating for an offen sive anil defensive allin.ncji._ DEMAND FDR RADIUM, ' LONDON, Friday. ' The British Radium Company is ar ranging to increase the output (rein ' Cornwall to five times its present dimensions. "

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