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MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
ISItBOUWE SHARE MARKET. (lly 'Special Wire.; MELBOURNK. Tucralnv MeBflra. John. M'Whao and Co., stunk;..- and slmro broilers, " Collins House," ColliiiB-streot, Melbourne, report na follows Melbourne- Trains—Buyers 44/1.J, seller^ 44/41, .snles 44/3. AuiiilmunateU Zinc—Buyers 27/3, a«.Uerti 2T/G, sales 27/3. Novt.tr Uroken—liuv-vn r>0/, sellers r> i /. I-Tnni|:(li!» ~ Buyers SO'6, sellers 30/7'J, SftlCB 30/6,. 30/7-J. Mount. Out hburt—Buyers 13/0, sell ers lo/!l. • ' •• * Cutlic:irt—tellers 3/8, sales 3/0, 3/5. ' Cuthcnrt Central—Buyers 33/1;, sellers 33/Ci, s»l«s -54/., 33/0. , I&lt;nng'. jLogan—Ouycrs 31/10J, sell ers 35/3, sales 35/, 35/1i. Liingl IvOsnn North—Buyers 4/11, sollers 3/1, snliis\4/lt. I/hiikI l.ojjnn South—Buyers 14/, sellers 15/0. : Philippines—Buyers 34/, sellers 31/9.. .
HAMILTON-COLERAINE. Down. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (Mixed). [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
HAMILTON-COLERAINHJ, Dowti _ Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (Mixed). Leaves Hamilton 5.30 p.m., Boch ara 5.G1, Wannon 6.10, Gritjurk 6.25, arrives Colcraine 6.35. Monday and Thursday (Mixed). • Leaves Hamilton G.20 p.m., Boch ara 0.41, Wannon 7.0, Gritjurk 7.15, arrives Coleraine 7.35. TJP. Monday, Tuesday, Wodnesday, Thurs day and Fridav. (Mixed.) Leaves Ooleraino 10.10 a.m., Grlt iurk lu.33, Wannon 10.43, Bocharu 10.57, arrives Hamilton 11.30. Saturdays (Mixed). LeavcB Colerairfe 8.35 a.m., Grit jurk 8.58. Wannon 9.8, Bocliara ').22, —I—.3 Hamilton, 'J.55. • I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
ALWAYS RELIABLE Special talus For . - January aSSJB5SS£iif'V33Cffii'.a In Ladies' One Piece Dresses JVaids' One Piece Dresses Children's Dresses Dress Goods. Crepes and Cambrics Ladies' Underclothing' Millin»ry— Ladies', Maids' and Children's Remnants and Cdrtments in all departments much reduces. Up-to date Draper. ^■HWMMMegsaaBBaaMBMMEmMBBaBBBMeaiagggaBariffiWWMfc. YOUNGIvUSBM, ROW *C?| "» proprietary LIMITED. 0 Head Office: 94-6 King St., Melbourne . Branches-ALBURY, LOCKHART, WODONGA, TAUANGATTA, CORRYONG & WALWA. brokers for the sale of GRAIN PROMPT RETURNS. INSTRUCTIONS ADHERED TO. WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURRED SXISS AMD ALL STATION PRODUCE. FREE STORAGE Three months free on Grain received 1st Derembrr to 31st March, after which one month' allowed. ■■i ■ ■■■■■gin mmwwmi wholesale agents for ecroaxca McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL 6 GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES private SIDING - kensington. 0 EjasnaaEssE Erg] KEEP IT IN THE ...
INCITEMENT TO CRIME. THE WRECKERS AT WORK. CAPETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
INCITEMENT TO CRIME. THE WRECKERS AT WORK. CAPE-TOWN. Mondnv. . A well-known Socialist agitator named Harrison was • arrested, for in citing the railway TOen at Salt River to blow iip the railway. An i^ttcupt was made to blow up an important railway bri'dge at Fourteen Slrcams. The points were damaged, and the I ails displaced. Strong guards are now posted along the lines. Aitor the labour meeting nt Gcrmiston a crowd marched to the gaol .and threatened to wreck it il Wade, one of the imprisoned leaders, were not released. A strong force of mounted police dispersed the crowd.
WASHINGTON AND COCK FIGHTING EXTRAORDINARY ARGUMENT AT MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL. LOS ANGELES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
WASHINGTON AND COCK f|BHT! NC EXTRAORDINARY ARGUMENT AT MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL. LOS ANGELES, Monday. Cleorgo Washington's leaning's to wards cook fighting and British sportsmen participating in boiiite were quoted by the defence attorney during the trial of Jess Willard on a charge of the manslaughter ' of Young, who died after a glove fight. Counsel contended that since the Mar quis of Queensberry revised the rules gentlemen liked to participate' in ing, but did not like prize fighting. The prosecuting attorney answered that whether George 'Washington ap proved of cock fighting 01' not dill not apply to the present day. As the law had changed since Washing ton's time, similarly the law had changed regarding, boxing.
EVERYTHING QUIET IN JOHANNESBURG. AWAITING RESULT OF BALLOTS. "INFLUENCE OF AUSTRALIAN LABOUR IDEALS." JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
EVERYTHING QUIET IN J01IAN- ~ NESBURG. awaiting result op ballots. " initluunce of australian labour ideals." johannesburg. tuesdav. Everything is'quiet' on' the' Band. Bbth sides hvo preparing for a strug gle, and a truc-j prevails pending a •declaration of the' ballot on the ques tion of a general strike. • Business is at a standstill, and the streets arc almost deserted. Three hundred ar med ' workers nr.; sleeping 'on'- the premises to guard the trades' hall igainst a police raid. An armed bodyguard escorts the Labour lea titrs everywhere. Ballots everywhere are showing, a big majority in favour of a strike. The situation generally everywhere is very grave. In order to safeguard trains certain districts of the Trah's vaal and the Orange River Colony have been placed under martial ' law. which contains drastic regulations, including &lt;fte shooting of dynamit ardtf on sight, A correspondent of the London " Daily Telegraph " yesterday inter viewed Mr. Hosken, managing dir...
BRITISH POLITICS. "MR. LLOYD GEORGE TOO IMPULSIVE." LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 14 January 1914
BRITISH POLITICS. " MK. LLOYD GEORGE TOO IM PULSIVE." LONDON. Tuesday. Mr. Churchill had - Ion? interview "itli Mr. Asquith yesterday. The Prime Minister goes to the Riviera to-day. • The " Daily Chronicle's " corres pondent in Paris had an interview yesterday with M. Briand. 'I he lat ter stated that Mr. Lloyd G^onge had too much impulsiveness and *00 much ardour in the fight. M. Brif.nd described these defects as excesses ot virtues in the Celtic race. lie added that he never understood that Mr. Lloyd George was weakening on the entonte cordiale, hut' as Chancellor of the Exchequer, and a man oi peace, he -was seeking to lessen the strain of>'finance.
STRIKE OF WHEAT LUMPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
STRIKE OF WHkAT LUMPERS. The following, telegraphed by the " Age's " Sydney correspondent on Tuesday, shows how the ideas and aims of unionism occasionally eo u tray 'The wheat lumpers ar Ber medman struck this morning on ac count of non-union carriers stacking wheat ior lour shipping tirms after the stacks had been declared "Macs." The farmers are unloading their own wheat. The wheat lumpers at Bul dale have 'been on strike since Fri day. It "was decided not lo linndle non-union wheat, and when, some "Mack" wheat entered tbo ynd the men left. Farmers and wheat buy ers have since been loading tee wheat themselves. The season has boon n record one, and loading is ex ceptionally heavy. The lumpers struck really hi sympathy with the carriers, but the carriers have not ceased work. Apparently the men were misled by the organiser, and some havo resumed work, whilo oth ers have expressed thoir intuntion ol returning unconditionally.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. (TTIre Prom Our Correspondent.) Fat cattle,—Three thousand threo hun dred and nfty were yarded, comprising 1150 from Now South Wales, 750 from tho North fta^tern Hist riot, 20(1 from tho Nor thern District, 400 from tho Western Dis trict, 5i«) from Gippsland and 320 from South Uippsland. A large proportion con sisted of medium to good qualities, with a moderate proportion of primo heavy hill ocks. The demand was brisk, and prices ruled fully equal to Into rales. ('losing sales, however, were slightly easier. Quotations:—Trime pons of bullocks, X'lI to 4.'12; extra from -l'12/l0/ to .£14; good, fc'0/10 to i'10/10/ ; good light and ham'y weights. 4,'S to £$/'*!; second and inferior fromt'O; prime pons of cows, jC7/H»/ to CS/IO/; extra to pood, £V> to .1*7; second ami inferior, from 4J4, Kat calvi's.—Six hundred wero penned The demand was activo and former rates were fully maintained. Quotations: Prime steers and heifers, i'4/lf>/ to •£?!; extra, JlliiU)/...
WANNON SHIRE WORKS. The following tenders were accepted at the meeting of the Wannon Shire Council on Tuesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
WANNON SHIRE WORKS. The f&lt;i11mvinj» tenders worn accepted at ; the meeting of the Wannou Shire Council I on Tuesihiv For leasing 1 ho quarry paddock*— James j -Miaw. £3»]0/ per year. 'i'went v-one chains repairs south of Con Roll's lane, Brit Brit ; nine chains repaits north-west of allots. 2 and 6, section 0, Brit Hrit.—J. S. Kigby, Jtl'ASjlOj. , Twelve chains formation and gravelling near (Irinira^algona tailing yards.—John Jasper, .£25/1t/. one Hundred yards metal east of Gum Creek Bridge, on Mandford Boad.—To bo re-advertised. Thirty-two chains gravel repairs on Saltpans road.—J. S. Kigby, &lt;£211/1 (t/. Ke-fonning and metalling at Palcthorp'o waterhole, near Mount Koroite, brown metal.—J. CrimminB, .£12. Gravelling northern portion between NWhail's and Jarrett's hill, Uritjurk tn Cavendish.— lo be amended, and fresh tenders called. Thirty-two chains repairs and^two" p'p^ culverts, Tarrayoukyan to Pigeon Pond* : ioad, N. allots. 71 and 72, Tarrayoukyan. ! —F....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
| SAM B. BAQLEY STOCK AND SHARK BROKER, Member ot the Stock' Exchango of Melbourne, 1 403 and 410 Collins-st., Melbourne. (Three doors abovo Bank of Ans ' tralasia.) Telegraphic Address : BAGLKY, Ex change, Melbourne. Telephone, 874 ; Private Telephone, Malvern, 872. ■ JOHN M'WHAE & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, " Collins House," COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE. Telegraphic Address : " M'Whae, Ex change, Melbourne." Telephone, Central, 1031. WARD & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, Members of Stock Exchanges of Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney. 3S3 COLLINS STREET, Corner of Queen-street, MELBOURNE. 'PHONES—Central, 7372, 851G. Address Telegrams : " WARD, EX CHANGE, MELBOURNE." " WARD'S AUSTRALIAN INVES TORS' HANDBOOK " and "MONTH LY INVESTMENT REVIEW " posted on application. FRANK HAMMOND, F.R.V.I.A. ARCHITECT & LICENSED SURVEYOR ' , ■ Offices : i Town Hali, Hamilton. CLEGQ, MILLER ft CAIN, ARCHITECTS, . , , , THOMSON-ST., HAMILTON, VICTORIA HOTEL BUILDINGS. Alexandra Col...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRITATION. Ever have any irritation of the skin ? There arc many forniB f it. Piles, obstinate to euro. Ec zems, just as bad, and just as hard to cure. But Doan'B Ointment does it, cures every irritating skin trou ble. No irritation of the skin can resist itB healing, shooting influence. Every reader of 'iliiB article suffers, or has at some timo suffered, with tormenting akin irritation, and il may return at uiny time. Doan's Ointment will cure in every case. Mrs. P. Tilley, Hamilton South, says :—" I used Doan's Ointment en niy little boy for an irritating skin eruption, which resembled Eczema. He had been suffering for a long 'r.nio before I got Doan's Ointment. Dur ing the time he was bad I was al armed at the way it resisted all troatment. The fact ■was, I tlad not got a proper remedy. I saw Doan's Ointment advertised, and got some, and after using it for a week the complaint entirely disappeared." Fourteen years la'.rr Mrs. Tilley says :—"My hoy h-ia had no re...