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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 13 January 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT   Messrs. T. H. Laidlaw and Co. re-   port under date Friday, January   9th —Fat sheep.—A heavy yarding came to hand, nearly 1000 sheep being penned. The offering included more prime crossbred ewes and we- thers than usual. Merino wethers were represented by a fair propor-   tion of- prime, the balance j»ci»iK mc   ;di'airt and light mutton. The lambs   to hand included some prim.! .'.'lis,   and right through the offering was much above the average. There, was   a full nttihdance of the local trade, besides :v large number of graziers. "Iflio market opened at imprn 'eel rates, especially for prim? slioep,   whilst moiiv.m softP wci'ii keenly competed for by graziers at slightly tulvuncpd vutes on tliosj ruling here ut out last sale. All clas".os of iambs sold well, and a eonipl&te clearance of the offering of both sheep and liwnlvS Wiia ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE MAGISTRATE'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

POLICE MAGISTRATE'S FIXTURES. | Following aro the fixtures of the police ; mncfifltrate, Mr. «K. K. Williams for the period 1st January to 31 Ft Mnroli, 1S.M4 :— l.z It •oc j 05 s? ... fu "" 0«-o u • •l°ll 9 <J 61 61 53 05 05 '. at.. «? i" : si es-t Sl-> i ■ il i, j, Kt 91 91 ! 71 h H 1 ftl si SI (i 51 z' ■ S 01 01 9 s.s-s i>5G Gl-S •i«K W <-W£ •U1K J J •1u-.I g s- -ui-d 5 u"OU •wru \ i hit* u ♦urv of."OI •ui tj (t •wd-g •WHO! •wo {r uiu nfi'tl •urn Ol •ui-v ot •urn xi •tU'tlQI •urvoi .CupM,^ Anptunqj, • .CepBaupwx ' A£p»8 i j • £«puo{* ' AifUI.t.j * ■Xv|Aum(x auih^j .fvpftjmij, • .{op&aupo,\\ * XupsDn J,' • Avpu «ia ' £vpjtiTBs*' ■"HJi ijI' .fiips-imiX - jfopwnj, • Xupuoft ■ a

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

mmm The itching, burning, suffering and , loss of sleep caused by eczemas, rashes and irritations of the skin and scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health restored in most cases by Wirm baths with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment. Cuticura Soap and Ointment arc cold throughout the world. A liberal sample of curb, with booklet thi the cure awl watrntni of tnu tuhi.in.1 Adtlre.id It. Totvas it Co., Byduey.N.H. w. Shire of Mount Rouse. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1903, SECTION 509. NOTICE is herobv elven that oc . cupiers of land of the Ljliire o[ Mount Bouse, abutting on RoadB mua ] cut and remove all seedlings un suckers from live bedee fences grow ing on any Road within the Shire forthwith, and within a rcaaonubl time frenn date of this notice. By Order. D. WALLS., I Sbire Secretary-. i Peaehurot, Nov. iBtU, 1313, K

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RECORDS. Shade Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

THE WEATHER. YESTERDAY'S HAMILTON RE CORDS. Shade Temperature. Local Barometer Dry Wet Humid Tiuiea. Corrected. Bulh, Bulb. uy. -p. cert. f u.m. 30.Hs r.r>.o r,»:2 f.y.o 3 P.llt. X0.1 2 (5.7 53.2 3&.0 UAINPALIj. 31 points. SHADE) TEMPERATURE. Maximum Minlnr.im. HO. (teg. 44.0<leg. Full iMocn—Kcl ruary 11th. New Moon—January 21. Average rainfall for 44 vears, from •T''iiuaru Jst, IS 0, to December 31st, 1913, 27.S1 inches. Total raintall from January -1st. t<> a.m. on January ];i, 49 points. . TO-DAY. Pun rises .".24, sets 5.5fi. Mo n rises 9.28 p.m., sets 7.17 a.i.i.

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WEATHRR FORECAST. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Following is the official forecast for Wednesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

WEATHRR KARRCAST. (Wire From Our Correspondent.) MBI.BOURNR. Tuesday. I PolJowin- is the official forecast 'or Wedntffilny :— High, but moderate temperatures ; j south-westerly to southerly winds.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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OVERSEAS TOUR. ITINERARY OF SIR HARTMANN JUST. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

OVERSEAS TOUR. ITINERARY OP SIR HARTMANN JUST. • LONDON. Mcnday. Sir Hartmann Just, Assistant Un der Secretary tor the Colonies, leaves in February on an. official visit to the' overseas Dominions. He will pro ceed to the Cape on February 7th, and join the steamer AnchUc at Dur ban on March 27th. After a visit to South Australia, he will proceed to' Western Australia, thence returning to the Kastern States. After seeing Tasmania he will proceed to Ncsi Zealand, thence to Vancouver about the end of June. Sir Hartmann Just hopes to ' ac quire something- of the overseas at mosphere so essential in dealing with Colonial problems.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

THE ENGLISH MAIL •| | , I ; • • . • Mails for English and Continental i poriB close at 5.40 p.m. at the local pout offlco on the following da [ tea Wednrsday, January 14th. Thursday, January 22nd. Wr.in 'sday, January 28th. j Tlmrdrtiiy, P'l rmn-y fitli. | V/cdnnsduy, Pel ruary ] I Vi. 'Iviiirf:d"v, Primary l'Jth. j W dncsday, Pol ruarv 2.">th. Tin rsday, March Eth. Wednesday, .March 11th. Thnrsday, Mnrch 19th. Wrdnosdny, March 25th. Thursday, April 2nd. Wcdnetiday, April 8th, Thursday, April l&tU, 1 , I.,

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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CURATE'S LIBEL SUIT. £1000 DAMAGES AWARDED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

CURATE'S LIBEL SUIT. £1000 DAMAGES AWARDED. LONDON, Monday. The re-trial of the action' brought by Rev. Thomas Ghent against a police sergeant -named Fitzgerald was concluded £o-<day. Plaintiff was aw arded £1000 damages. Fitzgerald ask ed for an adjournment on the ground that he is without means ami unable, like Mr. Ghent, to appeal to the public for subscriptions. The judge refused the application. He pointed out that if FiJ.zgcr.ild were without means the law provu'.cd machinery. Besides the damages Mr. Gncnt ob tained an injunction against a repeti tion of the slander. (Fitzgerald went to Mr. Ghent's vestry and reported that the curate had committed adultery with his wife.)

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. I (Wiro From Our Correspondent.) DAMjARAT, Tuesday. ' | To-day 280 cattle wi-re ynri'ed, a fair i lojiortioii Ije.ng good to primo. I C o.np. titioii was without animation, and values cj.iuriilly showed a decline on inst wood's values, more especi fillv in li^htvr wei Ills. Quotations— Prime l ullool's 112 to -t*. 13/10/, good '■ .CJ/5.' to .tlO 13/, medium .C7/5/ to j .i.S/5/, I ir. t. cows to .ClO/lO/. Aver-| irCs-Eso s. W. l.e-.vis, Stoneleigh i estite, 10 bullocks at .t'12/0/9 ; Mea«r.*. Murs Hroi., Sr.ndfoid, 8 liullocks at. .I'll/J 1/. I Cdlvts—10 forward, Ixst. selling to .CS/19/. Sheep.—591G to hand. Chiefly me dium ouality. which were in <;ood de mand at higher rates. Others were slightlv lower, prime erossvr;d we thers 18/6 to 20/, extra 21/6 to 22/6, Rood 16/ to 17/, medium 11/ to 15/. prime crossbred ewes 17/ to, 18/, ex tra 19/ to 20/7, rood 15/ to 16/. host merino wethers 1(\/ to 17/1), goo.l 14/ to 15/. Lambs.—3455 penned. There \v;n ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR. ENTERTAINED IN LONDON. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR. ENTERTAINED IN LONDON. LONDON. Monday. The Affant-Gcncral, Mr. M'Bridc, entertained Sir Arthur and La;ly Stanley at the Automobile Club. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harcourt, Lord and Lady Sydenham, Lord, and Lady Shofliold, iLord and Lady Sir Reginald Talbot, Sir Hartmanu Just, Sir John Anderson, Sir Carr ies Lucas, Sir John1 and Lady l'av ner, and many Victorians were pie sent. Mr. M'Bride eulogised Sir Arthur, and congratulated him on his ap pointment. He read Mr. Watt"s tele gram welcoming the Stanleys to Victoria. Sir Arthur Stanley, in reply, said he was deeply sensible of tue kind nesses already received from \ ic-, torians in London. He looked for ward to a profitable and pleasant stay. Mr. Lewis Harcourt, in moving a vote of thanks to Mr. M'Bridc, paid a tribute to the w<jrk already accom plished by him on behalf of Victoria. Sir Arthur and Lady Stanley leave London on January 21.

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HAMILTON AND DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB'S UNION. MATCHES TO BE HELD AT PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

HAMILTON AND DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB'S UNION. MATCHES TO BK HELD AT POUT-', LAND. A meeting of delegates representing the rifle clubs in No. .10 irann was held at the miniature range vester- | dav afternoon for the purpose of eon-; sidering whether the union unlenca this year should lie held at Hamil- | ton or rortlaiul. Captain Dennett, of, Portland, was voted to v.is ilia V, and the following delegates were pre-. i.ent —J. P. Uloomlield (Balmoral), S. Black and Capt. Hess (Hranx holme). t'apt. Fraser and 1'. SttU.le (ByiuluKl, (J. T. Graham' ami CI. b. Simkin (Digl.y), Capt. White ■.uul 1,. i Cnrnell (Hamilton), Capt. Cundy ' (Heywood), E. H. Dolison (proxy | lor Capt. Sargoodi and —. ^oraylh I (Macarthur), J. Hussuu and Bert. ! Hughes (Merino), Capt. Hem-jlt and —. Baldwyn (Portland), and Capt. Chittick iSiimlford). I Included in the correspondence was a letter from Capt. Sargtod, who ; was unable to he present., expressing the opinion that Portland did not offer the same facilities ...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. EMIGRATION FROM ENGLAND. DRAIN ON COUNTRY'S RESOURCES. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

REOTEHV8 TBliBGRAMS. EMIGRATION FROM ENG UN ti. DRAIN ON COUNTRY'S RESOURCES. LONDON, Tuesday. Tlio do-minions' commission heard evidence: yesterday on this drain which immigration iti maltlnp on the English country districts. Mr. Ro bert Hew, assistant spcreta'ry to the llonid of Agricult'urj and Fi»hcri>s. stated that some of the Board of Agriculture's correspondents com plained of the .activity of emigra tion agents. Gi\at Britain had no agricultural workers to spare for emigrnt on. It was ■ not in th.- in terest of the Mother country to be stripped of workers for the benefi'.i ol the colonies. Unless free land and State facilities were offered Englnnd would' Ik' at; a disadvantage as com pared with the colonics.

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WOMAN OF 70 HAS A FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG GIRL. LONG-GUARDED FAMILY SECRET LEARNED THROUGH A PRO[?]CIAL LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

V.OMAN OF 70 HAS A FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG CIRL. LONG-GUARDED FAMILY SEC.RKT LiiAlINKD THROUGH A 1'HOVifii CIAL LADY. " From mother to daughter, gener ation utter gouerution," writes a lady now i0 years old, " we buve been noted: throughout the little pio vincinl town where we live for the beauty of our complexions, preserved even to old age. Of late so many of our friends seam to liuve ijeen deceived and disappointed by harm ful skin remedies that we have decid ed it is not right for us to keep to ourselves any longer the formula thati has ulways been conaidcifed as our family secret, and to which we "owe our ' eternal youth.' Therefore, .wo take this opportunity of communicat ing it to our, sister renders. Simply take 2 ux. rose water, 1 dram tincture of benzoin and 2 oz. Flowers of Ox zoin, and mix them, yourself at ho'iiu. Any chemist can supply vou with what is necessary. Shake the lotion before using and apply with a clean piece or cotton wool or a sponge re gularly night an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

; Mr. Herman .JeiU's fine bay trott ing stallion Aristocrat, by Ovwhec— 'Myrtle O, lias !been sent tr> Mel jbourne for the trotting season. Dis trict admirers of this horse will b? interested in his success on the track. ■ A reward of CIO is offered by the Hamilton Water Trust for inforpja 1 tion leading to the conviction of liny 'person or persons interfering! with the main pipe line or other property of the Trust. Messrs. J. Ij. Wyatt.aml Co., will! conduct, an auction sale of ftrst cliriS funiiture at Heywood, 011 Fri day next, at two o'clock, on account of Mr. William Hunt. Dr. Shanasy. dentist, will visit Hamilton, Wednesday, January 2Bth, 1 Icy wood, Thursday, January 29th, fllenthompson. Monday, February 2 at 2 p.m., Willaura, Tuesday, Fobru ary 3rd, all (lay.—CAdvt.)

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"THE DANDIES." [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

" THE DANDIES." Tho closo of " Th'3 Dandies' Ham ilton season last night seized to in troduce a number of nWi;. musical items by members of the company. As on the opening night'encores wore frequent. The soloists. Misses Chcc kett. Gearv and Stone, and Messrs. M'Allistcr and 'Brooks, were in ':x cellent voice. By special desire JTiss 'Maisie Gray re-introduce J " The Grizzly Glide," which met with a idouble encore. Of the comedy items during the evening. "The Glee Party" ■—a clever burlesque—was wl'.I re ceived. Mr. Norton pleased the aud ience with his piano selections.

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

HOTJSBHOU5 HINTS. An excellent cleansing process for dirty carpets is as follows :—Pare about- four or fi"e potatoes, grate them into pulp in a Inickct of water., TjCt it. stand a few hours overnic'ht. | Sweep the carpet with a hard ilirobm-,. first s"r'n'<lin» the grated potatoes over it, as you woufd do tea leaves. It cleanses, takes up dirt and flufi without .raising dust. After ac complishing the sweeping, wash over the carpet with the potato water, of course not wetting it too much, | wring out the cloth from the super fluous water, mid on'v do a portion at a time. If not made too wet and the cloth frequently rinsed, the re sult amply repays the trouble, as : the carpet is wonderfully freshened-. Ij To clean a smo^e-hlackencd ceiling male a th-'e'e paste of' starch and water. Apply this with a llannel ' ra'l. ret the m'°xt.urc dry. Then remove with a soft brrsU.

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M'KELLAR TRAINEES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

M'KISLLAI; TRAIN'IvF.S. I Anout. twee months ago t!u Very iirv. Father Shanahan, president of tiie hospital committee, suggested to ' h s cblle.igi:es that trainees in the general hospieal who desired to ob tain certificates in midwifery should 1.6 permitted to undertake a course in tliti M'{Cellar hospital without pay-, in.n4j of the usual -fee of £5. The matter was discusscd at several mee tings, and finally Mr. Silberb'trs gave, notice; of his intention to move in accordance with the expressed wishes of the president. In thj meantime the house committee made inquiries into the records, and ascertained that only three nurses from the gene ral hospital had entered for training in the M'Kellar hospital. It was thought, li'Ti-rofore, that the eases to ! which the motion, if carried, would ixf^r were so few as Lo fail to justify ' any further action. Father Shana-' han said he had been of opinion that the Women's hospital in Mel bourne, the only other training es tablishment in Victor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

BROUGHT TO BAY Arc those enemies of civilisation, Iixlicestion and DyBpepsln, when IT. Sheldon's Digestive Tn/Milfis arc » m- 1 plftyeil. l/(> nn<l 2/G' per tin. Obtain able everywhere.

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THOMSON AND CO'S, PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

THOMSON AND GO'S. PICNIC. The annual picnic for the employes of Messrs. John Thomson h.iil Co. was. held on Saturday last ?.t Nigret ta Falls, when the whole of tlie out ing waB provided by the firm. This consideration was highly 'appreciated,, as it relieved the staff of nluch inci dental worry and left them oyen. to a day's enjoyment, which was par taken of to the full. Drags left the Iron Store at l.iO^* containing about ninety people, and after an exhilarut ing- -drive a very pleasant time v.as spent in the vicinity of 'lie falls, everyone joining in a programme of fames, dancing, and sports. The :hief event of th? afternoon was ths store 100 .yards' handicap, for a gold medal, which was won by J. Dsari, with W. Braidie second. Dinner and tea were served in bountiful style during the day, and a<ter a •. oaiplcte round of festivity and general pic-; nicking pleasure, the gathering left the falls at aliout 9.30, reaching home an hour later.

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. ARMSTRONG TO CAPTAIN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. ARMSTRONG TO CAPTAIN" VIC TORIA. (W|r» From Our Correspondent.) MTOIjVu 1' HN LtJ, Tuesday. I rno selectors lm re chosen A!' n stroni; to lead Victoria in the match against New South Walts, whicl) Is to commence in Sydney 011 Friday, January 23.

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