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I.O.R. PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

I.O.R. PICNIC. The sooial convmitteeof the I.O.R. has decided to run a series of Pic nics during the summer months. The first of these takes place next Satur day, the rendezvous being Niscretta. Drags will leave at 1.30 p.m., and the ' tickets are prices at 2,'.G for gents., and cd for ladies, who, in addition, will be expected to provide a basket. It is expected that the in novation -will meet with public favour, inasmuch, as it will provide an enjoyable week-end outing.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
L'SMORE'S PREDICAMENT. WITHOUT WATER GAS AND ELECTRICITY. (Reutor's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

L'SMORE'S PREDICAMENT. WITHOUT WATRR, OAS AND ELEC TRICITY. (Reutor's Telogram.) SYDNEY. Tuesday. OwitiR -to i«n accident to the locn' pumping station the \vat".r supply ot Ijlsmore is cut ofl, and the ti v.n is practically without water, pas and electricity.

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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MR. F. E. WARD'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

MR. K. K. WARD'S DKPAHTURB. There was a largo assemblage of members of the Younej Men's Chris tian Association at the rooms on Monday evening to tvltl farewell to Mr. F. IS. Ward, who for nearly two years has 'hold the position of general' secretary to the local association. The president, Mr. Abraham Greed, occupied the chair, aud in a neat speech expressed the regret which all the members of the association ielt lit Mr. Ward's -departure. As ,i sllglro token of the esteem in which he was hold by the members, Mr. Ward was made the recipient of several luu.d some and valuable igifts, which took the form of a case of silver mounted pipes, a pair of silver mounted nair^ brushes of unique design, and a handsomely bound Bible. Several members of the board, as v eil as some of the younger men of tiie as sociation, also substantiated the chairman's remarks, aivd referred to' the mnny sterling' finalities which Mr. Ward possessed, and tlnir goiv;. ral regret at his departure. Mr. Ward, in ...

Publication Title: Hamilton Spectator
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BATHURST BUSH FIRES. (Reuter's Telegram.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

BATHURST BUSH FIRES. (Reuter'n Telegram.) SYDNEY. Tuesday. Heavy rain has bush, fires In the w hich bad been days. extinguished the Bathurst distri.ee, burning for some

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

HAMILTON— TO-DAY (Wednesday) At'Mrn. Kohh'n, POKTIjAND—Thursiluy (Aftornoon) Ifith Janunry. 0 LENThO.M PSON—Friday (Aftornoon), Kith Jamwuy. AcknowIiMt^.I l»y <ho Pross tho (Jroatont ; SvHlom of Puinle^B Dcntitftry in Any tralaain. I 83 Kliznbdth Street, Melbourne : Oi. Victoria Avenue, Albert Park j IV3. L. THOMAS (Recorded by tho Dental Hoard of Victoria), Considers your interests, no consult us dur ing our visits—it will pay you. Have your Tooth Kxt metcd by an Ami'sthotic which lms proved itself to bo superior to most. Local Anesthetics. A Wonderful Success. AVh.it Dr. Tharles Humbley, D.D.S., editor of tho Amoricnn Iicatiats, U.S.A., says of Thomaa' l'.tinlcsa Dentistry.—Dear Sir, — Concerning your anaesthetic, wa will Bay 'hat it appears to be tlio superior prepara tion for the Painless Extraction of Teetli, and tho work is oorformed without nain or unpleasantness to the patient. INVINITE. America's latest invention for arti ficial dentures, lighter, stronger and be...

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

T. H. LAIBLpfS CO-.' 'AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL, COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, ETC., HumlSien.; Branch Offlccs at Horsham, Wnrrack Balieal, Rainbow, JePiUit, JNtiill, Colcraine, Willaura. Alio at 437 CoUinB-u'j., Melbourne. SALES of Fat and Storo Sheep and Cattle conducted In t!ra Corporation Yards, Hamilton, every Friday. Fortnightly Sales held at Macarthur and Coleraine. Auction And Private Sales ot Land and Stock conducted in any part ol Ihe Stat®. Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates of latereit. AGENTS FOR— Dalgwty & Co., Woolbrokers, Geelonj and Melbourne. THE I. O. A. (Th« loiuiance Offlce of Auitralia, Ltd.) ' Fixe Acclient Liv» Stock. Make Your Will — r knt Provide for the Futuie T>y Means of THE PERPETUAL Exscutors and Trustees Associa tion of Australia Ltd. Office—iH-Sl Queen-street, Helbourna. Capital of £150,000. Claim* Guarantee Fund, £10,09#. r| IKECTOKS : E. M. Hyndman, I Ea^i (.Chairman), Colin Temple tan't Esq., Hon. John Thomson, it.L.A., Harry...

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

to London '1* Froruuntlo, Durban, *,nd Cr.p« towa. 4TEAMERS DP TO 11,000 TONS GROSS. Leave Melbouruo lfivery 28 Day». !?T7PlllfU01i UP-TO-DATi5 SALOON ACCOMMODATION. Special- Attention is given to the Oomfort ami AccommodaMon o( Paa .ie*gers in the THIRD CLASS. fMirgtioii .mil Stewardess- Carried. HteamcrB fitted with Wireles« Tele graphy and all Latest Appliances to iiaaura O'omfort of Passengers on tie Voyage. SALOON FARE8— To London, from £45. To South Africu, from £l(. THIRD CLASS FARES— To London, from £16. To South Africa, from £13/13/. Tickets JnterchangaaMs with P. and 0. Branch Service. Tickets avail able for return by Orient line, via Suez—FIret Saloon £110, Socond Saloon £81. Apply D ALGETY ft CO., LTD., Melbourne. THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE. s?ke Mlowlag Viae, Fait, New Twin Berew Btiamera will leave MELBOURNE FOR LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW. VI* ADHLAIDE, DURBAN, and OAPETOWN. Taktag PASSENGERS to LONDON, who are eent free per epecial train from Liverpool. Steamer. Toar. Date. ULYS...

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FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

FASHION NOTES. Ag the summer advances there are , inuiCAtioLS that a Kind of moditicd Russian coaL will le popular. . A nuiiuer B--en lately in 'this style were in Ko.t mulls, the body made in Ki mono fashion, drawn in at the waist, with a few i.kiit.<, or the Uimono top (something in the style of a jo.te with short sleeves) sloping from about an inch belosv the neck in froiit 10 ai-.ont nil inch under the arm, and then straight across tliu bao.-c.' 'ihe under part of the l.ody is sewn quito plain under tho yoke at the tack, the fronts gathered (un fer the jo-.d), and the fulness brou plit djwn into tb« waist. The most, fashionable blowsts or coots in thin t.'tuils are now gathered nil round 'the waist, and porch very slightly .at the l ae'e and t-idss. Most of the coats are opc.n in front, and show a loos*i VfBt of soft unlincd white silk, thi neck fnlshcd with a deep turned ovtr cc.llnr. The basque is long und strai' lit, almost to the knee, or short in fron'i, and goin...

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BANK OR PRECIPICE. CHAUFFEUR'S DREAD CHOICE. CAR PLUNGES OVER BANK, BUT DOES NO INJURY TO LIMB. (Reuter's Telegram.) WELLINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

BANK OR PRECIPICE. \ CHAUFFEUR'S DREAD CHOICE. CAR PLUNGES OVER BANK, HUT i\(j iNjURY MO MAiU. (Ecutcr'B Tuloiu'um.) WELLINGTON, Tucsrtuv. A motor car containing six per sons, of whoai three \vtre women, was descending v.ie Otira Gorge r0nri when ft holt bro^e, und Ihe cn^inu Control was disconnected, The enr fii<c<l on at terrific spebd. There was a liushy i.an'K on one sidtt and a pre- . cipicc on the oth.r. The chauiicur | turned tin* car into the bush, and it « I Inn,Ed thirty feet Lelow. The car ! was smashed, but the occupants wvro practically uninjured.

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HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

HAMILTON-PORTLAND LINE. Down. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (Mixed). Leavts Hamilton 10.20 aim-. Branx holme 11.12, Condah 11.39, Myamyn 11.52, Milltown 12.4, Heywood 12.2o p.m., arrives Portland l.fi. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday (Mixed.) Leaves Hamilton 4.55 p.m., Branx holma 5.48, CondaU 6.11, Myamyn t>.24, Milltown 6.37, Huywcod 7.2, arrives Portland 7.45. Tuesday and Friday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Brant holme 6.52', Condah 7.18, Myamyn 7.31, Milltown 7.43, Heywood 8.8 arrives Portland 8.55, tip Daily (Mixed). Leaves Portland 9.0 a.m., Hey wood 9.53. Miltown 10.20, Myamyn 10.28, Condah 10.50, Branxholm. 11.25, arrives Hamilton 12.0. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, anl Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Portland 2.55 p.m., Hey woo 3.50, Milltown, 4.15, Myamyn 4.27, Comlah 4.46, Branxholme, 5.53, ar rives Hamilton 6.8.

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RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON LINE. (Down). Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

RAILWAYS TIME TABLE ARARAT-HAMILTON LINB. (Down). Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 7.15 a.m., Maroona 7.45, Willaura 8.12, Glenthompson 8.4!), Dunseld 9.16, arrives Hamilton 9.58. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sa turday. (Passenger Only). Leaves Ararat 2.10 p.m., Maroona 2.40, Willuura 3.3, Glenthompson 3.35, DuaKeld 3.5i, arrives Hamilton 4.35. Tuesday and Friday (.Mixed). Leaves Ararat 2.1U p.m., Maroona 2.43, Willaura 3.14, Glenthompson 9.58, DunKcld 4.31, arrives Hamilton 5.14. Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. (Mixed). Leaves Ararat 10.25 p.m., Maroona 10.52, Willaura 11.15, Glenthompson 11.47, Sun&eld 12.12, arrives Hamil ton 12.57 a.m. on Tuesday, Wadnes day, and Saturday mornings. Up. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 12.23 p.m., Dun keld 1.8, Glenthompson 1.3&, Wil laura 2.0, Maroona 2.40, arrives Ararat 3.20. Daily (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 6.28 p.m., Dun keld 7.13, Glenthompson 7.41, Wil laura 8.'J, Maroona 8.32, arrives Ar arat 9.3.

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING. PORTLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. RAGING. : PORTLAND' 11ACHS. ; Hie programme of the annual mcet ;ingy of the .Fortlaml -ltncing Club, which is to be held 'on Thursday, . February 12. is advertise:! in .this is : HLe. 'llure are six events, the chief in vali.fi being the Portland Handi cap and Pionter Hurdle Race of 25 so's. each. Entries close at 1U p.m. on Thursday, January 2a, with the •secretary, Mr! E. Smith, and weights will, appear on February 4. The • booths will be offered for sale on January 111, and a special train will l.e run from Hamilton on the day of the laces.

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FIRE SECTIONS AND ALARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

FIRK SECTIONS AN!) AIjAKMK. I Jjifoi mation of n valuablo nature connected with the positions and signalling of fire alarms is contained on' a card issued bv tho Hamilton brigade, which it would be well i( tho pill lie gen:rally were to make themselves cognisant of. In tlic past anyone ••Jmic,-1'iiaintcd with the sys tem has been apt to ring the bell at tho station in a haphazard manner, thus misleading the firemen who ex pect a reliable call, but a careful re gard fj the system in this, respect might probably lead to avoidance of milch •delay. The town is 'divided in to font- sections, (Separated Iby Brown an>l Lonsdale streets, and the sim pler: manner by which the ringing may be denoted is to regard, Mr. Powell's bakery and the r.rea on that, side of the two streets a* being embraced in No. 1 section, for'which the ' signal is continuous -inging ; from Melville oval and all the area embraced along that s!de of Frown street, up Milton street and .lown to Hamilton place as being...

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CRICKET. HEYWOOD V. MILLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

CRICKET. HKYWOOI) V. MILLTOWiW A cric.et m.itch was played at Milltoiwi on Saturday between Mill to>vn mill Hey wood in connection wi th the houth-Western competition, hevwood had first use of the wicket, ami put up 121 runs for the innings. 1£. Lovetli bi.tted well for 34, but gave an easy chance to the howler before he had scored many runs. l)*.nn made 32 by hard hitting, and J. M'Lcllan (14j was the other dou l.lj figure scorer. It. King secured iihe bowling average with three wic kets fcr Is rtns ; Winters four for 30 and IR. Uannam two for 27| were the other bowlers to get wiektts. Milltown started with A. Bannam ' and It. King, but the latter was bow (ed hrsc. Lull with a full toss from Eeavis. Angus King followed, and •was bowled with the same kind of hail Ly 13. Lovetl before he hud op bned his account. R. Bannam filled tne vaoancy, ami put up 36 by free hitt:ng. A. bannam 13 and Stall 10 were the otlnr scorers to reach douule figures, the Milltown innings only totalling ...

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Items of News. A' HEAVY TWIN EWE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

items > of ifetos, A1 HIvAVY. TV/IN EWE. Mr. I-], w! Ktaughton, of Warra v.'odna, supplies some interesting par ticulars with regard to a young crossbred ewe. A twin lamb by the Border Lcicesttr ram ''Kishgar," from a 'iircJ-quaitjr-bred Lincoln ewe, was taken from its mother when it was throo. months old, and treated as a pet. When it had reached the age of seventeen months it was kill-' td at Byaduk by this,local, butcher, audi after leing dri-ss:d, Hie carcase turned the scale at one hundred and tw.lve pounds.

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A WHOLESALE POISONER. KARL KOPF ON TRIAL. BERLIN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

A WHOLESALE POISONER. KARL. KOPF ON TRIAL. HI2RLTN. Monilny. The trial of Karl Kopf was com menced to-day. He is charged vitb poisoning his father, l.ia lirat '•> ife and two children by giving them ur t*enic, and with attempting to mur der his mother and his second and third wives. He withdrew his con fession,. and explained that he was Buffering a mental collapse when he ■administered poison to his third .wife, '

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LONDON WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

LONDON WHEAT MARKET. 1 LONDON, Tuesday. The'wbeat market is lirm.

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

A SEARCHING Scrutiny reveals that The Don leads as high class tailors, hatters, mercers, foot men and outfitters. Our suits excel in the lit, style .and finish. Few equal, nona excel. Values, 63/, 75/. Best rani;e of hats, fur, felt, 5/G, 7/G, 10/6 ; straws 4/G, worth 7/G ; Panamas. In boots we lead, tuns and black, 12/0, 17-/6. In cosy under wear, natty shirts and ties, crash suits, boy:?' suits, you iret actual money's worth at George and O'Neill's. AT CARTHEW'S, Thomson street, best selection Hoylfi' runts, plain, shots, and fancy designs, 32 Inches wide. All G/ll. dozen: T WALLACE'S. XMAS. GIFTS. TIES, FANCY SOX, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, .And'CLOTHING. AiSEMROSE has Re-opened in • Shop opposite the Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he' de sires to make quick clearances of his stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash. A REASONABLE Discount Allow-: ed of! Toys to Sunday School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street Emporium. BOOKS, Statione...

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

STARCH THE BEST in THE WQfUJS ♦ to 8 lb Parcel. INSIST ON . iOTv A'?.''" '.#s> 0 ■■+ <R\, ff™ (ff* pM ft ,1'xV /si £ a S» % 3 & % '<«*> j ^ 5 a "UjjSi iiu> <<w EXCEPTIONAL and DECISIVE REDUCTIONS. LOOK AT THE PRICES ! Underwear For t/ie . . Present Season Our Large and Varied Stock represents a distinct advantage to those desirous of combining- excellence cf Style and Material with strict Economy in Price . , . . Out-of-town Buyers.. Sh-p by Post with us. We guarantee complete satisfaction. ••• .. , « • .-V\' ' V- •.. x • . v ' , - • Costumes. JThe balance of our Summer Costumes all to be cleared . at a third off usual prices, Corsets. Bargain Table.——Odd sizes in W.B. and P.D's. to go at HALF PRICE. At 2/11—Ladies' Pull-Size Combinations, in Calico or Longclotl., trimmed with Torchon Inseition and Edging. At 3/11—Bargain Combs, in strong. Calico or Longcloth, trimmed Embroidery: Insertion, edged Lace or edged Embroidery. ...

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SPORTING CABLES. CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA. AN ABANDONED MATCH. JOHANNESBURG, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914

SPORTING CABLES. CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA. AN ABANDONED MATCH. JOHANNESBURG, Monday. In the match between u Trans, in', .eleven and the Miirylebcne eleven the form r scorod 255 (Loroux t>0 and Me.i.tjes S7 j, and Mutvlebone i.30 (Mead 145 and Douglas i3) in their first-innings. Tninavanl hud two wickets down for 21 in their second I innings, win n rain caused an r.unn I donraent of the match.

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