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HAMILTON-WARRNAMBOOL. Ordinary Trains. Up. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

HAMIL.T0N-WARRNAMI300L. Ordinary TrainB. Up. oaonaay, iuesday, Wednesday, and I Saturday (Mixed). I Leaves Hamilton 6.10 a.m., Pens hurst 7.17, Hawkesdalo 8.11, Koroit 9.14, arrives Warrnambool 10.10. Thursday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 11 a.m., Pens Nurst 12.10 p.m., Hawkesdale 1.6 Koroit 2.1c, arrives Warrnambool 2.57, MOTOR SERVICE Mcnuay, Tuesday and Wodnesday (PasBenger). Leaves Hamilton 4 p.m., Pens hunt 4.45, Koroit 6 p.m., \ arrive Warrnambool 6.25. Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Passenger). Leaves Hamilton -6.30 p.m., Pens hurst 7.15, Koroit 8.30, arrives Warr nambool 8.50. • Down. MOTOR SERVICE. Daily (Passenger-). Leaves Warrnambool 8.25 a.m., Koroit 9.0, Penshurst 10,20, arrives Hamilton 11.0. Ordinary Trains. Monday, Tuesday, Saturday (Mixed). Leuves Warrnambool 1 p;ui. or 2.17, Koroit 2.55, Hawkesdule 3.50, Penshurst 5.4, arrives Hamilton 5.55. Thursday and Friday (Mixe<l). Leaves Warrnambool 2.17 p.'T Coroit 2.55, Hawkesdale 3.50, l'i aurBt 5.4, ar...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

s T. SI. LAIBLAW & GB., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, KTATlON, AND GENERAL. COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch Oflicea at Horsham, Warrack aabeal, Rainbow, Jeparit, Nhill, Colcraine, Wlllaura. Alio at 437 Collins-si., Melbourne. ALES of Fat and Store Sheep and Catllo conducted in tha Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every Friday. Fortnightly Sales held at Macarthur anil Coleraino. Auction and Private Sales of Land and Stock conducted In any part of llio StatB. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of Interest. AGENTS FOR— DalgHty & Co., Woolbroker3, Gjelonj and Melbourne. THE I. O. A. (TU» Intutance Office of Austral!*, Ltd.) Fire Acciucnt Live Stock. Make Your Will — p And Provide for the Future T>y Means of THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. 4JlHce—ja-31 Queen-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. Claims Guarantee Fund, £10,0W. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, Esq. (.Chairman), Colin Temple tan, Emi-, Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A., Harry P....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS LEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEEK FOR MARSEILLES & L»j Cnl'i nt Adelaide, Fremnntle, Colombo, Aden, Port,Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route Willi p-rmitii n In oil ot_ Brin.Jisi FIRST And SECOND Saloon only. Return Ticket to Europe avn loble f<Jr Two Year* RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLE Single £7 JOi. lo £9 I0«. Return £11 10s. lo £14 5l To COLOMBO 1 Single £27 I0» lo £34 2s Rein n £40 I4i. lo £50 12$. To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Single £29 I4i. to £)7 6;. Rriurn £44 to £56 2i. To MARSEILLE^ Sing'e £39 I2». to £ 8 2i. Return 166 to £116 12s. To LONDON Single £41 16.. to £62 tOi. ..Return £69 6i. to £123 4i. Full particulars on application nt Company'i Office, 447 Collinntreel, Melbeurne. LEWIS PLUMMER, Agent - Local Ag«nts* P. LEABMONTH & CO., Hamilton MEMEEH LIHfc. Australia to London Via Fremantle, Durban, and Caps tOWB. ■TEAMERS UP TO 11,000 TONS GROSS. Leave Melbourne Every 28 Days. SUPERIOR UP-TO-DATE SALOON ACCOMMODATION. Speci...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

juwnMjjLurnnrn mn ML6ETT & BTOCK AND STATION AGENTS, GRAY-STREET, HAMILTON. SALES held every Friday In Cor poration Yards, and at Cole ralne fortnightly. Valimtiona niade and Lo.ins ar ranged. J. R. MOODIE, SWORN VALUATOR AGENTS FOR— ' Tho Equity Trustee Company, Quibell'a Sheep Dip. • • 1 Wor.oio Speciflco Sheep Drench. (A full Stock of both Powdor and Liquid Dip and Worino Bpooifico is kopt on the promises.) Nobel's Exploaivs* and ElBctrlo Blaffiring Apparatus. Phoenix Assurance Company. The Equity Trustees Co. tta. BOARD op DIRECTORS : Edward Fanning, Esq. (Chairman) ; W. H. Irvine, Esq., K.C., M.P. ; Donald Mackinnon, Esq., M.L.A. ; Robt. G. M'Cutchcon, Esq., M.L.A.;' Stewart M'Arthur, Esq., K.C. Ttio Eaultv riiRtpps, Fwcutcrg and Agency (Jo, m Registered Office : 35 Queon-strcct. ■MELBOURNE. ! Tills Company is specially empower ed by Act of Parliament (No. 9?8) to act as Executor, Administrator Trustee, Receiver, Committee, under tho Lunacy Act or Attorney under Power, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

At the Warrnilmi ool police court Jehu iBnllis, t.lie local billposter, oh tainc.l nil order for .C2/15/, ami 15/G costs against Harry .lanseti, fo wori and lal oi r don?. Dcfcndnn *a\e nil entertainment in Warrnnm 1 ool on the previous Saturday even inr MR. S. B. ABOTOMEY, Follow Sponcor Opical Institute, Follow Victorian Optical Association. ( Sight Spocinlist and Export Optician, 1 Will piy his next visit to tho district fts under : Oasterton—All dav Monday, January 12, at Cnstertcn Hotel. Hamilton, from 12 a.m. Tuesday, to 3 p.m. Wednesday, January 13 and J4, at Victoria Hotel, Wuorndoo, from 4 to R p.m., Sunday, .fa m> ry IS, at Wcorndoo Hotel. LaVe Bolac, all day Monday, January IP, at Lake Bolae Hotel. WilJaura, from 1 to S p.m Tu°slay, Janimy 'Jo, at' tncledou's Coffee Palaj*. <ji*nthouipsoii( all day Wednesday, January 21, «t Mac's Hotel. The eyes examined nnd the sight tester by means of tho opthahnoscope and retino rfcope on tho latest scient'iic principles....

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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POLICE MAGISTRATE'S FIXTURES. Following are fixtures of the police magistrate, Mr. K. K. Williams, for the period 1st January to 31st March, 1914:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

i POLICE MAGISTRATE'S FIXTURES. [ Following wo tlw fixtures of tho police ningtatrato, Mr, K. K. Williams, for the period 1st Jiuunry to 31st: March, 1014 : — LZ i os: •ui « n ? <jz — •ui-d z Anpsunifj, - A^OJUTJJJ ... So •urd 5 '• otRtyiopy! ... to uoou ; 0!:-5 o •I»H •UI B H AwuMOOT UOIJO^KtQj ; 9 9 -SZ •UJ-V [ i ? : 61 01 zz '"'•n I.s'01 {»<>O^AO|^ 03 05 81 •U1U || .<V.VU,l •••JJOJOJIi y o SI •urd z PI35l""Ci! £o-f s[-f M •in w or \\ tioi|;upj^j; L< f>l •tu-B [r Fit ai 51 "IB (ifll oiuioqxuFjj.j! M ti 01 •urn oi ,Cv.pjtu^ ■<m*d ••• . *•• puu^.104: £1 81 g •urn oi ? : zi t-I s •ui-v n -C-ep=ani|x ••* TsjnqbU^i( : 01 01 <1 •UI-U {|[ Xu[»sonj4 •** ' '"AJIVJ i tZ-6 t;s g Gt-s •Ul-B0| •" looqiuniijj'e^; '•a'HTC •os.T •nnf •jnoTi •<C"a

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEATHER FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Monday. Following is the official forecast for Tuesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Monday. Following is the official forecast for Tuesday * Merc or less cloudy and cool ;• gen eral showers, chiefly on and south of ranees, and in, north-east r south westerly winds, squally hut moderat ing in straits.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SALE OF CHAMPION HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

balk HI'' CHAMPION MUNTJOR. Messrs. T. H. Laidlaw anil Co. ra port 'having sold privately on ac rovnt of Mr. J. Ricketts, l'enola,' South Australia, his champion hun ter, " Denial." Thu purojiasor .was Miss Allen M'Cnlloch, of "North Woodlands," Stiiwell. The price jiaiil i.-t said to ke „ record (cr lh3 district, nnil.lt was only a tempting ofier that induced Mr. Rickctts to sell. " Denial " has won the liun teps' events at Mount Gambler, I'cn oli. Noppnooorto, Millicient and mariy other places. During laBt yiiar he ■ won about:-£100' in show rin;r prizes. •<It is Miss .M'Culloch's intention -to hunt him In Melbourne duringy tho coinim; season, and at Easter limt lie1 will probably bo takon (to Sydney to'compote at-the .Sydney show,, to gether with' other horses of Miss M'Gulloqh's.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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CH[?]TWYND. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

CHFTWYKO. . (From Ou- Own Correspondent.) Friday;. I The bazaar hold here on New Year s Tny to clear the debt from ihc i,ub lic hall was a ereat success. The crops are very sood anoui. tills part, this best we have had for yuarj. •Water is gattinp very low, out stuck are looking well.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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CAVENDISH COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

C'AVHNDISH COMMON. A meeting of those interested in the. question of the Lavo.idish common was ii.-ld x\cenily at1 (Jnvendish (wri tes our correspondent). A larg number of risident ratepayers atton • tleil. Although tile meeting had-becn widely advertised, councillors were const/ic.i'.ms by their abssnca. Com ment. before and after the meeting strongly poinie-l to tho-roprcstnta uon of this particular riding ,liy, cer tain councillors, and tho feeling is general that strong opposition will , l:e brought to Itar against the , re election cf Messrs. LearmonLh and . Voting at the.-next conncil . elec tions. K is thought that too much attention is given to the : fencing of 1 obscure roads' and the'maintenance of wayside tracks through forest country rather than to vital t'.ons iifietting iha bc<ly of ratepay ers. It is rumoured thai a prospec tive candidate is prepared to enter tho' lubl against Ufc. Learmonth at tho next elfction. Local ratepayer^ were not consulted regardin...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOOTH AUSTRALIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. WIN FOR NEW SOUTH WALES BY NINE WICKETS. (Reuter's Telegram.) ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. ' SOOTH AUSTRALIA V. M/-W SOUTH WALES. J WIN" FOR NEW SOUTH WALKS 11Y N'IMS WIOKIsiTS. (Router'a Tclogrnm.) ADKLAIDIO, Monday. Tlie above match was concluded to day, wlun New South Wales bad to op<.n tlu-ir second innings, and won Ly n tip wici.uts. followi'n: are 'Tip scon s :— SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First Innings IS'J Second Innings. M.ivtip, c M'Kcw, 1) Massie 2S Steele, b Cotter Moycs, c and b Massie Chaini erlain, c Collins, b Massie Hill, b Kellcway l i\.w onl, c i ody, b Massie Pellew, b Kelleway Kirkwood, run out .Sinit i, run oit ... ' ... V« 1; 11,y, not 011 Win cr, b Cotter Sukirics ! 11S Vv'V ts Total Bowing ari-lysh'.—Massie, 4 fjr ~>7 ri;ns ; Cotter, 2 for tt 'Keil way, 2 iwr 21. . NEW SOUTH W.ALES. K'rst innings ... ... 297 Sccond innings. C< llins, r' ri oi-1 Q A'pcjirtr-ey. nit out .1. ... ... '5 Bartlsley, not out ... ■ ... ... 3 Srn'ries 4 Oro wVt for.

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE, (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE,. iUot.c'nV. A ynuntr electrician, namocl Fredcr ick Ernest Allen, who lived at Blackburn with his parents, to-day j tried to commit suicide by shooting himself throueh the h:n:l with a re volver. He was found by a constable lying in Canterbury Road, Surrey ! Mil's, and stated that he hal suffer ed from his eyes. His condition is serious.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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AUSTRIAN TRADE. MISSION IN FRANCE. PAIUS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

AUSTRIAN TRADE. MISSION IN FRANCE. PAIUS, Monday. On lichnlf of the Commonwealth Government the Australian <!e->art ment of the British Chancer of Com merce in Paris is undertaKinc n com mercial mission to the South of Franco.

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TRANSEER OF CONSTABLE HORN [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

TIt.iKf-F.liR OK CONSTABLE HORN The somewhat hurried departure of Constnble E. Horn from Hamilton, which took place yesterday, will conio na a surprise .to most Hamil ton citiiens, who had come to rc g'ir.1 him as almost one of tlie tixed re: icsentntivcs of the constabulary in Hamilton, and his removal will' undoubtedly occasion regret. On Saturday he received notice to trans fer to Warrnamtcol, to which town it was necessary he should leave by yesterday evening's train. Constable Ho: n has'spcirt a little-over "22-years iii (.he force, • the first half of which h: did 'duty at Toorak. For the-past' cloven years h<s has "been stationed in Hamilton; artd-during that timp has won high appreciation as practically a citizen constable* always discreet an i conscientious in his duty, but identifying himself, at times, with nml taking a keen interest in mat ters wliioh aiTected the'welfare of the town. Constable Horn, is of the type tf sturdy, tactful officer, whose loss from t...

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CHINESE PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED. PEKIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

CHINESE PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED. PEKIN. Sunday. The Chinese Parliament has been dissolved.

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BITTEN BY A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

i ' DITTION BY A BN'AKB. 'L'ho ri«k attendant on plncrng' onev Uanda iu rabbit burrows' Uas rccclvcd a fri tlier exemplification in a ease roi'orteil on -Friday Inst from Mokan Rjr,' near Onvemlish, to where Dr. Lnkllnv. went.'in response to an ur p^nt call, ami met the mtffcrer on' th'! way. Tho patient Ik Albert Gor don Ralph, who plnced bin right hand in tr rabbit Imrrow, ami was tiitt.e:' on tlvcfirst finger by n snake. He wn8 • lieing • brought in by ' Mr. Unrrtiner, and was-met cioso to Cav endish by the doctor, who admlnls terc:l remedial measures, find then ha l him brought t6 the . Hnmilton hospital, where lie is now doing fair1 ly well.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DANDIES. A BRIGHT ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

THc DANDIES. j A BIUGHT ENTERTAINMENT. | Pi ill another of Mr. E.lward Brans coml); s fc.ngiuh lomi'Hiiiitt, bearing the fancy i. latform appel.aiion of '■'ihe Dandies,' ojkii^u a two nights' season at the tunn hall last 11 gilt. There was a \cry good "house" to gie.t the entertainers. LiKe a pre 'lijiis. visit.ng company wiLh the sjiinc title, these "DanUUs'* include in the.r ran s sonici clever vocalists, a co.ii lc 0/ good lie.l t comedians, and their melody is of the kind which lea ej a 1 has.uit memory behind, j 'Hie pres.lit visitors loo.i the stage in snowy jijiot and piciette costu mes, and to a unit the/ are strang ers to HamUi.n. But like their predecessors tnder the same manage . ment, their netheds en the stage are 1 ris -, light, and attractive ; they do not create, nor dQ they toltrat^ a ('ull moment. Avl of their chorus i>: m era me rous.n-, tut not bois ti ro r. Th si ,items in l'Jded "The Uandits' Olid?," ' Hitchv Koo Hag time, " ornilowci's," "Old King t olV fa ...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

THE WEATHER. The ruin which, ccmmenced to mil in scattered showers on Sunday was lollowea yesterday by a marKi.l drop in temperature, the rondingr last nicrlit being 45 degrees, 'i'lic rainiau U!r to'-a a.m. yesterday was IS poimc ajd 1J j.oinis were recorded aiter wards.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE WEATRER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

THE WEATREB. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shade Temperature. Local .Barometer Dry Wet^Humid Times.: Corrected. Bulb. Bulb. lty. p. CrEt. 9 a.mi 29.590. 55.4 52.0 SO.O 3 l .m. ,26 57.3 51.7 0,3.0 . RAINFALL. 18 points. SHADE TEMPfcJKATURE. Maximum. ' Minimum. ' (.2.9dsfe'. 54.3deg. Full'Moon—Pel ruary 11th. New Moon—January 2'j. ' Average rainfall for 44 vears, from •Tnnuarv 1st, I8i0, to December 31st, 1913, 27.81 inches. Total rainlall from January 1st. to 9 a.m. on January 12th, 18 points. TO-DAY. Sim rises 5.23, sets '7.57. Moon rises 8.51 p.m., sets t>.5 a.m.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MOTOR-CYCLIST'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

• MOTOR-UYCLIST'S BXPtMUBNGB. ! Far the second time within a short !'peiiori a young" man named Eddie .Gray, of Ararat, cscaped a. serious accident yesterday as the result of a misadrenture on a motor cycle. He. was pickui up lyin? cn the road near, thi: tkirnan chnroa, haying sustaine:! bruises on the head and limbs, and 'was fcioiif-nt into Hamilton, where his' injuries were attended to. The li.aohine was damaged, and tha cyc lists clothing was torn, but though sore and shaken, as the outcome of his cxptricnce, Mr. Gray was able to i.e about again in the evening.

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