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HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday,, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). Lcavts Hamilton 10.20 a.m., Branx holme 11.12, Condah .11.39, Myamyn 11.52, Milltown 12.4, Heywood 12.2j p.m., arrives Portland i.Q. • Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday (Mixed.) Leaves Haffiiltori 4.55 p.m., Branx liolnie 5^48, Condah 6.11, Myamyn b.2-1, Milltown' 6.37, Heywcod 7.2, arrives Portland 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mixed'*. Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branx holme 6.52, Condah 7.18, Myamyn 7.31, Milltown 7.43, Heywood 8.8 arrives Fortland 8.55. Up. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Portland 9.0 a.m., Hey wood i).53. Miltown 10.20, Myamyn 10.2S, Condah 10.50, Branxholm 11.25, arrives Hamilton 12.0. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, an'. Saturday (Mixed). i heaves Portland 2.55 p.m., Hcywoo 3.50, Milltown, 4.15, Myamyn 4.27, Condah 4.46, Branxholme, 5.53, ar | rives Hamilton 6.8.
THE HONOUR OF THE ARMY. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
THE HONOUR OF THE ARMY. BERLIN, Siimlny. Dr. von Bethmann HollwvSg, im perial Chancellor nnd Prussian Premier, speaking in the Prussian Diet, declared Uiat it had caused him great satis faction to see the vfiiy in which the Prussians took heai t when tile ViOn mir of the nrmy was touchcfi. ,Ho had received many letters of appro val from, all classes. Herr Mandel, Under Secretary of State for the Interior, replying to a question in the Alsacc-r.orraino Diet, admitted that while ihc court martial was sitting a squadron of h.issars was in readiness to act. if the civil authorities requested ttem, but the Government hoped that tlin sound commoasense of the population] would render such a course unneces sary. The " Berliner Zeitnng," on hehalf of the Crown Prince, denies the re port of the quarrel with General Mackcnsen. The Crown Prince states that, he moved to Berlin in order- to study the work of higher commands. If an emergencyl were to,.ari^o ho would have a larger command Ulan that...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
HUSBAND'S SKIN TnRTURE ftND WIFE'SilEC SORES, Tti WC.NDERFUL DOUBLE DURE BY r ZAM-BUK. Zan.'-Biuk. is .daily demonstrating its excellence as'a family remedy by curing the most obstinate cases of siiii diseases abd inflamed sores Two splendid-triumph's for Zam-Buk healing have ji:5t l.^en revealed by Mrs. H. Berry, of Ruth Street, Perth, W.A. "My husband," Mrs. Carry says, " was caused great pain and disfigurement by an outbreak of itchy eruptions on his face. Tlo disiase, a kind of eczema, first ap 1 eared in little blisters, which burs and. formed into running sores. Ev cry effort to get rid of the trouble was fruitless until rny husband hap pined to try a Pot of Zam-Buk. " '1 he; balm brought him splendid relief The pa'nful irritation was stoPIel with thd first application!,■ and as he persevered with it; Zam Buk cleared away every eruption and left his skin quite clean and 'healthy. " i alto ha\e Zam-Buk to thank for curing me of a bad leg. Follow In/ a mild attack of fever, the ...
GERMANY AND ALSACE. PUBLIC OPINION DIVIDED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
GERMANY AND ALSACE. •PUBLIC OPINION DIVID130. LONDON, Sundayr The " Observer s Berlin correspon dent states that Berlin ia Prussian and North-German to the core.- The bulk of opinion approves of the • ar my's triumph over the Zalwcn inci dent. Many! regard Alsace-Lorraine as an enemy. German Liberal ami Radical news i papers vigorously protest. Some &lt;i«ote the Kaiser's threat to "tsmttsU Alsace-Lorraine to atoms." They dcr clare that the court martinj has now saved the trouble,.-but that thj Z&bcrn alTair is not ended yet.
THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
THE ENGLISH MAIL Mai's for English und Continental pons close at 5.40 p.m; nt the local post office oil the following (lu tes :— Wednesday, January 14tli. 'lliinm.uy, jMim.ry £?nd. Wc&lt;fn sduy, January 28th. Thursday, FMniiiry 5th. W dn* Hday, FiMruary ll'.i'i. T'liircday, KpI rupry l'Jt.h. W d-eaday, Fe' ruarv 2 Ah. Tin rsday, March Eth. Wednesday, March Uth. Thiira'Cuy, March 19th. Wednesday, March 25th. Thursday", April 2nd. Wednesday, April ;£th. \ ■* Thursday, April 16th. I
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. WARRNAMBOOL RACES. Appended are the weights for the above races on Saturday next:—TRIAL LANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. W AH UNAM BOOb J! A 015 S. | Appended ■ nit) tbv; weights for tho above races on Saturday • mixt :— . ilUAL I.AN'Du'At1. ' . -St III bt ttl Tiogft v. ... 9 0 Cudgee 7 12 i- in^ i\ir.c ... 9 0 Mnomu 7 10 Olympic ... S 5 Ornato 7 5 Piratcw 7 13 Brin s .JHfcpc 7 fi jttiro 7 lo Silt ... ... 7 2 Wynne .; ... 7 13 , Wamtigal ... 7 0 . , -HURDLE RACE, St 11) Bt 11) Km-sralda'le II Chatter Boy 9 10 FilterJm ... 11 0 Ricochct ... 9 9 Lady Alva.:. 10 S L-i&lt;lwig . ... 9 5 | Kuro" U 3 Calabash ... 9 5 Kyluna ... 10 0 Rose FVilliirk 9 3 I Watsjcn ... 9 12 Lor;l Fvaini 9 0 STKKl'LU'JHASK. st 11) Bt 11) Ailm 11 0 Monorail ... 9 9 ' Kjiopa ... 1') 5 P.uts'ii ... 9 5 , ... 10 0 Ptonn 9 0 iixt ialion ... 10 0 Cuach 9 0 PiaYlNG HANDICAP. st Hi st lb Moltn 9 11 Astc-rliert ... 7 5 Mv ulluch ... 9 9 Secret 7 3 M;iss:y ... :i 4 M* Smith ... 7 0 ! (a;.or Eight .9 4 K.T. ... B 13 I Grnftdndi'Ie S 0. IMn.t:cr 6 10 Wiri fli;i 7 12 WairtG G 7 «Tocare';».7 7 At nemo C 7 Nat K...
DUNKELD. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
DUitKELD. (tfrom Our Own Correspondent.) I Monday. I At n inciting of the sports clul) hold in the mechanics' hall on Sa turday nieht. it w.as decided to hold nn unregistered mtf.t'nj; on April 18, when about i'23 will b> given uway in prizes. Mr. R. Woodbiirn wns el ect. o mesi.lent, Messrs. C. l,oV, and .i. Vnlmfcr vice-presidents, and Mr. I/. Looker, secretary. a mim of ..C8.;W11B j-'iven t.&lt;) the secretary for his past bc'.'vIccs.
TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
TENNIS. hamilton lawx ;tenxis club. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. The entries f0r tha'. above. tourua iu. lit,' which v.'ill take place on . Mel ville o>al on -Jiymary • 24th, 26th, and 2i ch, are'fc"6niing iri well, and ititctid.n r competitors are ' requested to d'ss.3t V.y forwarding their ent; ijs early. The events to he contested lire the Ocntlcinen s Champion Sin gles, Gentlemen s Doubles Han.li:.ip, ami the Mixed Doubles Handicap, which w ill take place on the Satur day and Monday, nnd a Ladies' Dou ble HBajli;:ipM which Aviil be contest-. tli. SsrAiti s, arid '"■also. on > th# '*Tt(rsday'.' 'Competitors ara reminded th .t entri.s. cle£2 Friday next.Tbo to:iriifciu3r:t premises ici eclipse '.the surt!:'ss of last year's'record; as in r.dditicn to local district playe'S qtite 'a number cf contestants are ex; e ted wl o are new to Hamilton. Th'i o'nl is no'V !oo!-'in?r well, and Iho recent rains ire, aiding the cura tor in h's wore Vf preparation; Ten courts v.: 11 be available for ...
COLERAINE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
COLERAINE. I .Prom Oui Owu Corespondent-) Whatever trouble may have been in the prospei't of lccal rural work ers has apparently Vccomc dissolved sr an aeroement of rates of pay be tween thrashing machine proprietors and their employes. A. conference of bom sides was called, and it \\at> agiecd that the men rcceivc 1/ per U The elr.ctric lip;htlnK system is wor ine w-11, and private consumers ap yrectata tbo displacement o( Kero SiiiJ lames.
SALE OF KOROITE INN. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
SALE OF KOROITE INN. Messrs. T. H." Laidlaw and Co. re port having sold on account of Mr. George Carter, the furniture, -good will and eficcts of the well-known Koroite Inn, Coleraino, to Mrs, J. M. Humphreys, of the-Star of the West Hotel, Port- Fairy, and at one time the licensee of the Commercial hotel, Hamilton. Messrs. A. K. Smith and Co.'s next Casterton sale will be held on Thursday, 15th Inst., at 2 o'clock. Mr. J. E. Sang, of Ballarat, will 1)0 .available for consultation profes sionally nt the Argyle hotel to-day, botween 12 noon and 4 p.m. | A snle of'pure Lincoln sheep eligi ble for . the flock book, will be con- I dinted by Messrs. Young Bros., at I-It'niilton, on Friday next on. account of Mr. Charles Hat el, of Yulocart. ■Scrgri/int-Mnjor Lucas is at pre sent in Hamilton in connection with duties relating to ,72A area of senior cadets. The administration of the area in under- review, prior to handing over contrcl( ami it is de sire 1 that ail accounta,- due by this 1-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
LANGUID AND DEPRESSED. OWING TO BILIOUSNESS AND ( nRONIC INDIGESTION, DR. ' MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS EFFECT GREAT CHANGE. " For years," writes Mr. Charles I-Iill, of Talbot, " I whs troubled with Bil'o:siiasB anil Chronic. Indig rsUon. Everything I ate disagreed with mo. I gradually became worse and was languid, depressed, and had no strength or energy, and during this period I obtained pn'cticafly no relief from ninny medicines and treatments I tried. As a last re noi!ic\ I was advised by a friend to try Dr. florae's Indian Root-Pills, and in .a few days T began to im liro.e, and by the time I had taken the Bixth bottle all my illness and cist.ress had. vaivdied. I am now in my 69-th 'yenr, and have not suffered from Biliousness or any other dis cr.IorH di.ring the past two years, thanks to your valuable renu'ily. I shall always recommend them to my friem's, and you may use this testi mony for publication in any way yon please," Unsurpassed Values from the Underclothing Sssthn OfJ...
MR. MANIFOLD ON MR. WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
AIR. MA NIFOIjD ON MH. 'WATT. ouriiKirog at tlie Warrnambool lib eral- League's picnic on Saturday af ternoon, Air. W. Manifold, M.L.O., referring to the recent crisis 'in State -politics, said that ho wns not so sure that the country would not have been tetter- off if the Labour Gov ernment remained in power for a time. The session had not been a satiFfactory one, or a creditable one. He could not approve altogether of the action of the Corner party, yet he haa to admit thosa members were right in objecting; to the increase in the number of members. Tho whole : ro ij.io appeared to be due to want (if thct on the part of Mr. Watt. He hoped the experience would, be a les son to the Premier, nnd teach him to consult his party in future, ani 'to use a little tact if he knew, the i meaning of th3 word. He felt, how iBV'jr,. that there was no one bo take Mr. Watt's place, anil ho believed that tWe new Ministry would do l.ct itsi' work than had been done in the past.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 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 21 Boyt' 3-Knrment . Pretty Linen Suits, double breasted vest, 11/9. SO Boya' Dark Summer Coats, size 4 to 6, 6nly 2/11. 28 Boys' Linen Coats, 7x9, 4/11 • 10 to 2|, 5/6. 60 Boys' Crash Blouse Coats, al sizas, only' 2/6. .. Boys' Galatea CoatB, Dlouse shape, only 2/11. f Boys' Smart Linen Suite, Carl , 'on shape, 11/9. BOYS' SUMMER HATS. i.ovs' Summer Straw Lountje, 1/G, 2/11 and' 3/3. Boys' Dark Linen Summer Hats, Hots' White'Drill Hats, well made, only 2/11. "nlv 1/ each. 18 Smart Grey Suits, two gar ments, only 14/11. Chohe tor Christmas wear. 23 Nobby 2-garment Suits, with centre vest, pleated back, 15/11, 1T/C;v21/. The Personal Attraction of a. Man counts for a great deal. Miller's' have made a study of this trade. II you require a Christmas Suit, mado by expert tailors, well lined aad fitted like a earmcut made to yoiit measures, at only half the price—Yo...
LEASE OF DEN HILLS ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
LEASE OF DEN HILLS ESTATE. Messrs. T. Hi Laidfoiw and Go. ail-. 1 vertise in to-day's issue thnt they will receive- tonders on behalf of Mr. , Ii. A. Molcsworthfor the leasing a'. i tho well-known Den Hills estate-, for ! a term of three years. Tho estate comprises 1200 acres of the riclmst agricultural, fattening and dairying country in the Coleraine district, |'well improve;! with a splendid home ; fitead, woolshed, staibles, and ail out buildinsrs, subdivided into Handy t'.iz | cd p.iddooks, with a beautifully per manent running' 9tream of water nin 1 ning through the very centre of the i property. Pull particulars u;ny he obtained on application to the ' agents.
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
0 3NINQ EN ENT8. JANUARY—' 17—Wannambool Races. 24, 20, and 27.—Hamilton Lav; Tennis Club's Annual Tohrna merit. 26—Branxholme Carnival ' and Sports. - 2&—Camperdown Races. Nomina tions January 12. Handicaps January 17. ;FBBRUAHY— 7—Hawkesdaln Races. Nomina tions January 28. Handicaps February 3. 11 —Portland Show. General En tries February 2. MARCH— 11—Digby Show.
WAGES CLAIM FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
WAGES CLAIM FAILB. An intonating cnao was heard at- uij Branxholmo pollcc court yesterday, Ijufoie Messre. E. 13. WUUnms, 1 .M.. and A. Fen ton, J.P. / Krank Millard sued Daniel Bromley, a Moryeii f;..'.. ler, for tho recovery. ol *.2/1/1 waicn ho alleged wsva. duo ;Ior „wprk and labour.done. The complaluant ton . ducted his own caso, and Mr. J. B. Westacott appeared for tho defen dant. Tho plaintiff's ovideneo j\vuh to tho eftcct that ho was cngAgcd io work 'at. the samo rate as the othor employees on the farm, and had wor tc.l nine and a half days, Including. 3} hoiirs at potato planting, lor which he claimed 1/ per hour. He left at an hour's notice, and wanted 25/ and hoard for the weok, and 1/ ni) hour for the potato planting. In cross-cxamination he denied giving n slip to defendant regarding his hoard. On being pressed he said ho did, anil subsequently Bald ho did nxit. The P.M. warned him to be more caretul In his nnswors. He had n reason for loavlng, «s ho could not get a du...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914
BIRTH. SCHWARZ.—On 10th January, at Nurse Scullion's Private Hospital, Hamilton, the wife of, F. H. V>\ Schwarz, of ft son. DEATH. RAILTON.—On the 12th January, at Milton-stre:t, Hamilton, Daisy, the beloved daughter, of John and Sarah Itailton. Aseil 18 vcai'S.