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BOY BROWNED NEAR WODONGA. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

BOY DR3WNED NEAR WODONGA. (Iteuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY. Friday. John Pape, son o! a well-known re sident of Wodcnga, was drowned in' the Kiewfj. river yesterday. Ho «"as unable to swim, and had got into deep water.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

JUNIOR PUBLIC .EXAMINATIONS. . The following additional successes of candidates from; the Hamilton cen tre are recorded :—Geography—Dis tinction'—Ruby G. Liangj (Hamilton Elementary High School) ; 2907 C ) ; pass—Olive G. Loats (Alex andra LutUes' College)C. M. Thomas {H.E.H.S.'). Arithmetic—Distinction —Hazel Drummond fH.E.H.S.) ; pass J. . Chambers (Melbourne School).

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

T. H. HI01 AW MS., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., Hamilton. Branch Ofllcca «t Horsham, Warrack nabeal, Rainbow, Joiwlt, Nhill, Coleraino, Willaura. ■Also at <37 Collina-a!),, Molbourne. SALES of Pat auil Store Sheep and Cattlo comlnctod in tiro Corporation YnrdB, Hamilton, every Friday. Fortnightly Sales held at Macarthur and Coleraino. Auction and Private Sales of Ltind and Stock conducted In tiny part of Ilia Stato. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Ratos of Interett. AGENTS FOR Dalgffty & Co., Woolbrokers, Gselong and Melbourne. THE I. O. A. {Th» In*u*ance Office of Australia, . Ltd.) Fire Accidcnt Liv« Stock. *nha Yoilp WIH — And Provide for the Future t>y Means ot . THE PERPETUAL Executors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—J9-31 Quejn-street, Melbourne. Capital of £150,000. Claim* Guarantee Fund, £10,0M. DIRECTORS : E. M. Hyndman, Eb^. (.Chairman), Colin Temple tan, E*q., Hon. John Thomson, H.L.A., Harr...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

P. & 6. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS I FAVF MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEEK FOR MARSEILLES & LONDON A Calling at Xaelftidf*, Fremantlc, Colombo, Aden, * Port Said» Gibraltar, Plymouth en route With pfrmiuinn to call al Brindiii FIRST and SECOND Saloon only. Return Ticket to Europe available i for Two Yenra RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLE ' Single £7 10*. lo £9 I0». Return £11 lOi. In £14 5i. To COLOMBO Single £27 10». to £34 2«. HrUv n £40 14,. £30 12*. 1 To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Single £29 I4t. lo £57 8». Return £44 b £06 2*. To MARSEILLES Single £39 12). lo £?A 2i. Returc.i66.to J.U6 I2». To LONDON Single £41 16*. to £82 lOi. Return £60 6i. lo J' 123 4i. Full particular* on application at Comtvtny'i Office, 447 Collins-ilreel, MclUvirn-. LEWIS PLUMMER, Atfent. LocaI AgtnU. P. LEARMONTH & CO., fiamllton ORIENT LINE Of ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, "or LONDON, Yin ADELAIDE, FUR MANTLB (W.A.1, COLOMBOl (for ' Tndla), EGYPT, NAPLES, TOU ' LON, GIBRALTAR and PLY ' -MOUTH Leave M...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MUNICIPAL CHAOS IN SYDNEY. NEW LORD MAYOR GIVES A WARNING. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

MUNICIPAL CHAOS 1H SYDNEY, j NKW I_oi»I) MAYOP. GIVES A WAHN'IN'.;. Ultutcr's Tclfgram.) SYDNEY, Friday. Addressing the officers ai the town hall f-diy, nft<r his installation aa I ord Mayor. Alderman TMr^nrda <le dArevl thit ch-io exist;d in thf mu nicipal Str ice rwin? 10 he* of un fininvty nn'.nn; the ofi:c:rs. I! with in se tTi da\s it found that this slit:' of afTai-s cont h-J would li'e action t.> r n.o'e the caust. He pddfd Ihnt the city footpaths w.r; i:i a motby 6tf.t\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

IAL6ETY & CO., LTD. STOCK AND STATION AOKNTS, QRAY-STREET, HAMILTON. SALES hold every Friday in Cor poration Yards, and it Cole jralns fortnightly. Valuations made and Loini *.r ranged. J. R. MOODIE, 8WORN VALlFATOR. AGENTS FOR— The Equity Trustee Compu;. Quibcll's Sheep Dip. Worcno Specifico ShMip Dr#nch. (A^full Stock of both Ponder and Liquid Dip and Wormo 8peoifico ia kept on the premise*.) Nobel's Explosives Md Electric Blarting Apparatus. Phoenix AsBurancr Compaay, Tha Equity Trustees Co, Ltd. BOARD OF DIRECTORS : Edward Fanning, Esq. (Chairman) ; W. H. Irvine, Esq., K.C., M.P. ; Donald Mackinnon, Esq., M.l!a! ; Robt. G. M'Cutcheon, Esq., M.L.A.;' Stewart M'Arthur, Esq., K.C. Tie Equity Trustee, Fxeeutort kiency Co. Ltd. Registered Office : 35 Queen-street, MELBOURNE. Thin Company iR specially empower ed by Act of Parliament (No. 978) to act as Executor, Administrator Trustee, Receiver, Committee, under tha Lunacy Act or Attorney under Power, and to take Transfers of e...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS. The results 'of tile two scholarships conducted in connection with . the Hamilton and Western District .Col- ; leee have now 'been made known. Tils winners are ■ Master Keith Tulloch, ion of Mr, J. W. Tullbtihr of Hamll ton, and Master Ray Harper, sbri of Mr. Albert Harperi of Byaduk. Both lads acquitted themselves favourably and descrvo congratulation. The scholarships, ono of which was pre sented by the Old Collegians' Societ und the other by the College Council, ; provide for a three years' course at the Hamilton and Western District CblleKe.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Items of News. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

j ... - — ■ === Bems of POLICE COURT. Mr. S. L. Officer, J-P., presided at the police court yesterday inoruiii '. William Rlack was charged with, be ing drunk and disorderly ra Thoin son-street on the previous evening. Constable Horn, who arrested the ac cused, stated that Black was creat ing a disturbance at the Prince of Wales hotel at eleven o'clock. Con stable Harrington said there was a Ion® list of previous convictions ag ainst Black, the last being on Novem ber 24, when accused was fined 40/, or fourteen days.. He -was becoming a jiest in the town : even his father had complained of'his conduct. Black denied that his father had complain ed of him, and said the police seem ed to have a set on him whenever he had a few beers. The presiding ma gistrate said it was the duty of the police to prevent such a character as he appeared to be from creating a disturbance.- They were to be com plimented instead of found fault with. Black, however, would be given one more chance, but if he...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMING EVENTS. JANUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

OOMINQ EVENTS, JANUARY—' . 1J—Wannambool Races. Nomina tions Japuary- 7i. Handicaps Ja nuary 12. 26—Branxholme Carnival ' and Sports. FEBRUARY— 7—Ha-wkcsdalc 'Races. Nomina tions January 28." Handicaps Koliruary 3. '

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

Your Boy's Appearance founts for a great deal Have y>u tried to make him look his best ? This can only be done at Miller's 30 Boys' Dark Summer Coats, slzo | 21 Boyt' 3-fcarment Pretty Linen ' 4 to '6, only 2/11. Suits, double breiwtoa vest, 11/9. 18 Smart Grey Suita, two j;ar ments, only 14/11, Ohoi;e for Christmas wear. 23 Nobby 2-gannent Suits, with centre vest, pleated back. IS/lli lt/6, 21/. ; 28 Boys' Linen Coats, 7x9, 4/11 10 to 2|, 5/6. 60 Bovs' Crash Blouse Coats, all j sizes, only 2/6. ii Boys' Galatea Coats, olouse shape, only 2/11. ? Boys' Smart Linen Sultn, Carl son - shape, 11/9. i BOYS' SUMMER HATH. iioys' Summer Straw Louni'.e, 1/6, > ' 2/11 and 3/3. Boys' Dark Linen Summoc Hats, BoVs' White Drill Hats, well ma'le, only- 2/11. fnly' 1/ cach. The Personal Attraction of a IVIan founts for a great deal. Miller's have made a study of this trade, 'J i ' If you require a Christmas Suit, made by expert tailors, well lined and fitted like a garment made to " your measu...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. "Queensland is tlie best of nil the .States, litid the Northern Territory is better tlisin Queensland." Tn such ii sentence does Captain Barclay, art Aus tralian explorer, express his onlidcncu in the future of the empty province which lies within a few days' s.il of I the populous islnnds that abound near ' A sin. If his estimate • of tho value of tho country which the Federal authorities ijre trying so hard to sntilu be a correct one wo should nil have cause to be very thankful. The vast tract of country which borders on ilie Gulf of Carpentaria 1ms always been Australia's chief danger point. Kven now it is something of a terra incog nita. Very few Australians have ever seen it, and all too few of those who have seen it have troublod I hem selves to settle upon it. De-pite the large army of ollicials who have been sent there by the Federal Govern tient since the area*was taken over from South Australia, there has been scarcely any accele...

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DUNKELD. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

DUNKELD. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Friday. The animal ball of the Loyal uuke of tainm-r^h Lodye, M.u.J.O.O.b'., was held l.tst night. On past oc casions this popular fixture has been always considered the most er.joy a .le and successful function of its find during the year ; this time that reputation was more than sustained. A notod feature of the event wan the Pcriect manner in which the lloor .Mis prepared, which mnde dancing worth while. The music supplied by MiSi K. Kelly (piano,) and Mr. A. Downs icornet) was all that could be dusired, while tlu dutiics of M.C. were carried out ly Mr. Jas. Pry in his usual good 3tjl». The cater in? was efficiently done by Mr. A. Schi'lt e. Thi secretary, Mr. W. Collins, and committee des?rve the highest praise for the excellent man ner in wh!eli all the arrangements wtra attended to. About 90 couplcs were present, including visitors - from Hamilton, Penshurst, Clenthompson, | an 1 Victoria Val'ev. The terpsioho | rean art were indulged in ...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Friday. To-day's quotations were:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. (Wire Flow Our Correspondent., MELiBOUKNE, Friday. To-day's quotations were :— wheat—3/5 J per busbel. Oats and Mai/e—Nominal. Chaff—To J-3 per ton. Hay—To £6/10/ per ton. (Potatoes—To £4/5/ per ion. Onions.--To £9/10/ per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

We'll Shoe th em well—and Inexpensively We are featuring Children's Tcotwear strongly -for the New Year. Our Children's stock includes Boots and Shoes anatomically correct for every purpose and occasion, a- d their chief virtues are Comfort - Reliability Good Value if you recognise the importance of shoeing your Children properly, you will do well to call in at any rate and just have a look at yt-i our Children's Stock. We can give every little foot a perfact fit. ; -iSJ .. ♦ . — =?vT.V Tnree Reasons why you should go to WHITE'S for Wall Papers, all. kioda of Oiass, and Painters' nnd Artists' Material. I,—He, by hi a practic inexperience can tell you what U most suitable far your requirements. 1 f.—He sella only the "ery best, in e*eh lint of goods. II,—He charges most reason able prices. Albert White, Colo? Merchant, Tel. IBS. ©pp. Victoria Hotel, Gray-st. Hamilton, You Going Away? Fashionable Headwear The very Newest STRAWS & PAN\MAS The PopulatVltLOUKS, the bc.»t imported...

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CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GOD LINESS. A clean, tody induces a clean mind. A clean hotly is attained by tha use of water and a trood soap. The only 'question in "'What Soap?" I! ex on a So an is the best som>. Its manufacture is the most mod ern and the most scientific. It combines the natalities of tl.e best perm-destroying poivi.s the most dainty odor and appear ance. Rexona Skin and Facial Soip the only medicated soap which is pleasing as a general toilet soap. A daily hath with water and Kex ona Soap makes the user clean. He is nor. only free from dirt, lut from disease p;erms. His clean and healthy skin ensures a healthy hodv. Cleanliness of mind shO'ild follow. So use Rexbnn Soap in your daily bath. He clenn and keen clean. Hexona Scan, King of all Soaps. 1' ntr Tablet. Obtainable u/cry where.

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NORTHUMBERLAND MINERS. BALLOT ON STRIKE QUESTION. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

Northumberland miners. UAliLOT ON STRIKE QUESTION. LONDON. Thursday. The Northumberland miners, by ft two lio (on® majority, have decided'to ask for n weekly rint allowance of three shiliinpti for miners who do not llvo in colliery houses. If the rem'.st 1b refused the men will take a'hnllot as to whether or not they will strike..

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INFLAMMABLE FABRICS. MEASURE TO PROTECT LIFE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

INFLAMMABLE FABRICS. MEASURE T,0 PROTECT LIFE. LONDON, Tliursdav. The Fabrics Act, which operates from to-day, makes it tin Qflence -to »?11' textile. fabrics' as noh-iriflammaJ>la unless Vhey' conform jtp the prescrib ed standard ' for non-inflammability. The chief object of the Act icr 'to' di miniflh the increasing death rate due to the burning of flannolottt.

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THE PUTUMAYO SCANDALS. SEARCHING INQUIRY ORDERED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

THE PUtUMAYO SGANPALS. ; SEARCHING INQUIRY ORDERED. | LONDON, Thursday. ». lr k<iward Gtey, iq"fojr,waging the' select committee's' recommenda? tions concerning the Putumayo atro cities, has' instruct.d tho'" Brtfiish consuls ol nil counljrjea where cplojjr* ed men ore employed ti> reporti- op ths,'labour conditions withia ' vipw to th« discovery of oppression (by Brl 'I'SlltTtl. ' ''

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THE HERESY HUNT. ENTHUSIASM GOES TOO FAR. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

THE HERESY HUNT. ENTHUSIASM GOES T.00 FAR. • LONDON, Thursday. Thfi Rev. R. J. Campbell;' miiiister of 'the City Ttmplt', when interviewed with regard to the coritroverfcy con cerning the open communion, said it wovld be regrettable if the Kikuy* controversy r.sultcdd in a disrup,, ticn. Possibly the mieaibnera ' at Kikuyu went too far in tfieir enthu (JnBrri, and were too suddeji in ttielr d'sposH of a great historic ques tion. "The ngreinunt,'" ' he eon tinned, " askn too much from either party. There is room for a 'com promise."^ • .

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DISTRESSED DUBLIN. RELIEF KITND TOTALS £80,000. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 3 January 1914

DISTRESSED DUBLIN. RELIEF KITND TOTALS £80,000. LONDON, Thursday. iiiu Lmt hn. atriKe leliof fund; ,now totals £80,000.

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