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Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
published daily. , WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1014. I'rolmbly no purt of the old world litis I pari brought so prominently be fofte thvs public of late as the pro vince of Aisacc-ljorrninc. The Za ; hern incident, in which the profes sional soldiery of the Prussian Em pire ran •rough-'ished over tbe civil authorities, is w_ll known to most '-people "n ho read the newspapers, and to all- of (.hem the on', come of the trial cf Colonel Von Keuler and l,ie-4'j3nai:t Sqhadt, on char,"us of usurpin;; civil authority, will caust. somo measure of surprise. It wa.s sworn by .some of the leading citi zens of Zabtrn that officers of the urmy had wilfully harassDd citi zens, and that soms of thein had been heard to threaten that they would Ehoot anyone who dared to cro?s them in thtir purposes. The superior officer of tho two who :were charged made no denial of tbe fact ■that ho had issued orders to his subordinates telling them they must uo'( tola'ate insults, adding that they should take extreme ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
News pf an Extraordinary Event. Miller's Sale STARTS THURSDAY NEXT* 15th January Oilt for TO-M or row's Pjaper STARTLING QUOTATION Whatever You Do Keep Thursday Free. MILLER'S Gray-street —— Hamilton . '-Phono 44. " THE I.OA. TTHB INSURANCE OFFICE OF AUSTRALIA LTD.). fire, Marine, Accident and Live Stock INtfURANOBS EFFECTED) AT BBDROOK RATES. I.O.A. la a Purely Australian Company, '■ with' Shareholder* In i ......«X®fy State, including. many in Hamilton. 'Au*tr«liM» thould Insure -with the I.O.A., thereby keeping their mosey in Australia. :HHBSRS. T. H. LAID LAW AND CO. act a* Sole Representative tot the I.O.A. In Hamilton, and at all their Branche*. FOK MOTOR OARS, Repairs, Hire Oars, ACCESSORIES, OILS, ETC. Learriionth Motor and Engineering Works , Garage: pray Street, Hamilton. SOLE AGENTS -?1 BRITON" CARS 'A* THE WESTERN DISTRICT Phone 22, and get all you require. Wool Wool HEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE Agency Co. Ltd. He^nSSlf°' All prooeedB are hold in trust. ■ Each o...
HAMILTON HOSPITAL AND BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
HAMILTON HOSPITAL AND BcNtVULtuf ASYLUM. Tlio monthly meeting of the com m.UnJ of iiiuimbciiiei)i; was m'ld at iiu town hall mm night. l'rescn'j : \ try ivu/. l^utliw Shunnhnn U-resi (icnLj, ftntisr.s. )-]. Luurmonth, C. 11. brctt, A. t.re.d, 1J. u. lvineartluir, J', Urowu. hlSPOl'tTS. The medical Miperin'j.ndent. (Dr. Ijiiidlaw; rj.port.tl :—Remaining on No till ur 30, hospital >27, -asylum 1&lt;S ; admitted during mouth, hospital 80 ; total treated, hospital 57, asy lum, lb ; d.ed, hospital 2, asylum 1 ; r. maining on December 31, hospital '30, i.syium 1U. Daily averages— ius iutl 2', i.sylum 17.10, house •M.ll). Outpatients—New patients tivate.l, 22 ; attendances, CI. Deaths —Henry Joseph Wilbams, aged 54 ; Jio..crc Johnson, iigt-J £i&lt; ; Miirpiivt Hunt, agc-d '17. M'Kellar hpspi'.al— Remain, ng on November 30, 2 ; ad mitted during niontli, I ; total trea ted, c, ; discharged, 3 ; remaining on December 31, 3. 'J he treasurer (Mr. P. C. Macar llmri report d Re...
THE MEDITERRANEAN AGAIN. (To the Editor of the "Spectator.") [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
THE MEDITERRANEAN AGAIN. iTo tho Editor of the " Spectator.") I Sii, T'h-> histogy of the nations is Mt a transcript of prophecy. The affairs in tb« Mediterranean are at ,'"r 11 ^c att-ntion of the world. According to the opinion of Admira' Mahan, the American naval expert, and of many others besides, the con trol of th« Mediterranean is impera tively essential to the existence ami siipi emacy of Great Fptain as an imperial rower. This-is manifest to anyone who studies the present situ ation Not only -is England depend ent for much of her food supplies from the coasts of that sea, but her routes via the Suez Canal must he at her disposal in order to he ir. touch with India, with Australia, Pirn villi New Zealand. The loss o! the control of that sea to Great Britain, would clearly mean the fall of British Imperialism. Too much is involved for Great Britain to lose fonmiand in the Mediterranean ; yet the events are drawing daily ami hourly nearer which plainly indicate that Griat B...
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. &lt;Wlre From Our Correspondent.) MELBOURNE. Tuesday. In lat sheep 32,000 were yarded, comprising 300 trucks and 1780 by road.' A lirge proportion consisted of good and prime qualities. The market opened with steady competi tion. when prices ruled lirm, while as sales progressed biddings became keener, hardening' to improved ratrs. j Quotations—Prime crossbred wethers 18/6 to 20/, extra 20/6 to ^3/'J, good 17' to 18/, second 15/, prime cross bred ewes 15/6 to 17/, extra IS/ to 20/, a few higher, good 14/ to 15/, others from 10/, prime merino weth ers 16/3 to 18/9, .food 14/9 to It/'J second 12/6 to 11/, inferior from 10/. with merino ewes 7/ to 17/. Fat Lambs.—The vardin; realised fully latts rates. Prime sold irom 15/ to I'/, prime shorn 13/6 to J'/, tra 17/6 to 20/, good 13/6 to 14/1',. pood shorn 12/ to 13/9, second nnil inferior from 9/,
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MeLBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. (Wire From Our. Correspondent.) MBLBOUENB. Tuesday. .. To-day's quptflfcions were • • Wheat—Kirmer ; 3/G per bushel. Oats—Milling, -l/9.i ; feetl, 1/S j Pe bUBhel. . (Jliuil—£3/5/'per ton. , • Huy~£5/10/ per ton. Potatoes—i-J/13/ per ton.; Onions—£6/10/ Pel' .ton. • • ' Cheese—Dull. Prime mellow matur ed ird,, semi matured 7d, prime new "^UuiLer—Steady demand for cl|oi°" est factory at H-Jd, medium 1(M, prime separator 'Jid per ro . Er'S—Sl'ecial variable 9id, pu vatf'lOd, u.'.w laid 10 jd per do'/en.