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LEITCH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
LEITCH .PICTURE 3. I I In the town hall . next Saturday Leitch Pictures will .again pncide a programme of high-class photo.-plays.' ••'Xno • Kiddle of the Tin Soldier," a two-reel Kalem detective dra.mn, ai>d '• The Informer," n twn-rcel drama by the'Vitngraph Co., head the bill. The balance of the programme, which is made up of (dramatic, come-ly, sce nic, and topical subjects—eleven pic turei* in all—should suit the various , tastes of picture lovers. Selections ; will .be rendered, by • Miss Kountree, and the lirsL picture will be screened . nt eight o'clock. 1
Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
IftnoItoTt ^gcet/tte PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914 The decision of a majority of clubs in the Hamilton :m&lt;l Western District IJillo "Union to transfer the annual compel ition matches from Hamilton- to iWtland is as inexplicable «if> it was Unexpected. From no point of view, i excepting the partial ■ viuiv of those whose material interests lie in that direction, can the. change he justified. Despite all that lias hern paid to the contrary, Portland is in 110 way fitted to compare with Hamilton us a centre for the clubs which compose the union. What, then, is behind the movement to ellV'ct. the change I Mr.' Graham, the representative of .Pig by, who moved the resolution in its favour, though di.-ishiiming ill-will in the matter, almost exhausted himself in tlm ellbrt to furnish reasons why the centre of ... the union should be changed. lie complained generally, of the conditions prevailing in Hamil ton last year, ami went, on to shy,; — "One could not imag...
COMING EVENTS. JANUARY— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
bOMINQ EVENTS, JANUARY— 17—Warmambool Races. 2-5, 26, ami 27.—Hamilton Law Tennis Club's Annual Tournn ment. 26—Braniholrae Carnival 1 and Sports. 26—Camperdown Races. Nomina tions January 12. Handicaps January 17. FEBRUARY— 7—Hawkesdale Races. Nomina- j tions January 28. Handicaps . February 3. 11 —Portland Show. General En tries February 2. 12—Portland Races. Entrlas,. Janu ary 29th. 25 a"d 2E—Horsham Haces. General entries, February 11. MARCH— -• '' 11—Digby Show. APRIL— 11 and 13—Stawell Athletic Sports, j Entries, March "9tli. 18—DnnkeUl Sports
MILITARY ENCAMPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
I MILITARY ENCAMPM1SNT. On Tuesday neat the whole of C. saiiadron 20th Light Horse regiment will parade at the drill hall, Hamil ton, prior to proceeding-, to the r'fie range, where they will go into camp for four days to put in their annual musketry. Tile camp will be unJer the command of Lieutenant iC. Wood burn, and a large muster is expccted. The camp 'is compulsory, aad final arrangements will be completed by Lieutenant Woodfnirn cJuv'iie the week,'
Items of [?]s. DEATH OF MRS. MULLER, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
Stems of lUtos, j DEATH OP MRS. MULLER, SEN. Yesterday evening on the arrival of the train from Portland a painful discovery &lt;was made at the Hamilton railway station in the fact thut Mrs. Karoline Muller, Sin., of Hamilton,! was found dead in one of the car riaffes. ' The occurrence caused u de pression amongst those who hivlknow-i ledge of it.. Mrs. Muller, who was 72 years of age, hod gone to Port- | land for a short holiday with the ob- J ject. of recuperating from a slight rheumatic complaint, but otherwise I was in splendid health. She was re-, turning home, unfortunately t>y her self, in one of the compartments, and ! at Eranxholme all was apparently | right. : The sad event therefore oc- j cu'rrcd between the junction [station and Hamilton, andi apparently near! home. The body was found face downwards on the floor of the car- I riaee, and death appears to have eventuated from suffocation, conse- I quent upon a sudden heart seizure. ( A gentleman was travelling ...
JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
JITNIOK PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. I Hie following .successes in English lire recorded in connection with the Hamilton centre for the junior pub lic examinations Distinction : 2907 (--)A. V. Burgess, Hazel Drummond (Higher EUmeniary School, Hamil ton), II. 15. livans. (Education de partment corresponding class), Wi nifred White (Loreto Convent, Ham ilton), .Tames Moroney (St. Pal rick's, Bnllarat). Pass': 'May . An derson, Agnes Anderson (Miss Gold smith), J. Chambers (Melbourne Hi gh School 1, Edith Dunnon, H. EJ. Hsine, Ruby Inng, Olive I.oats. An nie E. Moroney, Florence Terrill (H.13.S., Hamilton), Phyllis. Egan (GeClong High School), Winifred M'Kechnie (Alexandra Ladies' Col lege). .....
BALLARAT ROAD FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 15 January 1914
HALLAHAT RDAT1 I.'TnR I'lifticplars regarding, tho fire a'j •Mr. C. Pctfi'liell's on Monday night show Lli'it tlifl building destroyed was one of the oldest in the. district, it being close on half a century since it wan erected. It was) . originally I need as a winery, and the cellar ,. i,n | wliich the wine was stored atill.. re . J mains. Mr. IVtschell, who is tlio uwmr of tin: propcity, Una lived 'l (lure for Hie past. II years, nntl hits | u family of twelve young • rhildrt-ii, iiifw of whom ami; , (tin mother weiv in the I l.llililiiii; lit. the time of the outbreak. Tiny were :ili got out | wiili s.ilvty, having been .aroused by • ill.!, lire, which started in the bak'e Iitm.se. Iilvory thing was. &lt;ipp.uvnf.lv ri..;ht when the household retired to rent, but hy the timo they &lt;vcre nri.iif.ed the conflagration had obtained a strong hold. They were ' unnhle to approach tho. pump, and ! hud only a dipper with whivn trt l attcinpi. anything in' the -way ,of j...
WANNON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
WANNON SHIRE COUNC'L. The January meeting was t.tld at I Coleraine- on Tuesday, there neius [ present the president (Cr. Philip), | and Crs. G. A. Bioughton, Sey mour, M'Kebery, Constable, Rid doch, Dolmani H. B. Broughton and Ferrier. CORRESPONDENCE. . j From Henry Naylor, staM'ig that i he had received notice of tiic termin ation of his contract for lamp light- . ing and street-cleaning, and offering | to do the street cleaning under the same conditions as in the tontract i for the same price vis., 10/ per week.—Termination approved and re-' annointment of contractor as street-1 cleaner. | From Edward Gibson, Mcnree, ag ain drawing attention to Use cross- I ing on the Sugarloaf creek. —[Sng.neei* to report. i From the Coleraiue Butter Factory I Co., notifying that electrical energy would be supplied at a tiiandard pressure of 230 volts.—Received. i From W. T. Carter, Jam's Dol-1 man, C. Tippett, \V. J. O'Callaglian. I and H. L. Wood, applying foi a re newal of thtir slaughtering l...
FEDERAL ELECTION ECHO. INTERFERENCE WITH AN ELECTOR. MR. C. A. N. M'DONALD FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
FEDERAL ELECTION ECHO. INTEIIKKIIKNCR WITH AN' BLiliC TOK. Jilt. C.A.N. M'DONAbl) !• iNED. A case Of considerate interest was heard hv Mr. E. K. William*, P.M.. nt the lon.il court on Wednesday, when* C A N M'Donald was chnrsed on die information oE Jnmcs L'xwrc"!;.c' divisional returning officer (or tlio Wnnnon division, with having on i Mav 31 last, at the Federal elccUon conducted on that date while att ! „R as a scrutineer, interfered with : an elector. Mr. J. 13. Wcstarott in structed l.v the ( oml"°™e!l Crown solicitor, apt eared for^the prosecution, and Mr. S. X. ^ ^ tor the defendant, who pleaded not I ^The charge was laid under^ section of tho Commonwealth i\»ectonu Act and a copy of the "Common weal tli Gazette," two certificates from Mr. Oldham, chief electoral of-1 ficer and the undertakinc to act as scrutineer by the defendant ./cieput In as evidence. Thomas Vysc, an elderly ;ti&lt;>n, ana n resident of Ararat, cave evidence that be remembered tlie Federal el...
GLENELG AND WANNON ASSOCIATION. DIGBY V. COLERAINE. DIGBY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
GLENB1.G AND W ANN OK ASSOCIA TION. UKillY V. COLIOUAINIO. (From Our Own Correspondent.) DlUllY. Wednesday. The above teams met oil I I'C Digby ground on Saturday afternoon, ami after an enjoyable game the visitors defeated their opponents by U'e sub stantial margin of 13r ruas. Fol lowing are the stores :— Coleraine.—W. Davenport, sen., b Simkin, 2 ; Davenport, jnn., c A. Burgess, b Simkin, 1 ;• F. B.ireliett, c 1'. Harvey, b Simkin, 4S, 11. J. Wheeler, c U. Barker, b A. Burgess, 34 ; K. Snmmerlaiul, b F. 'Young, 1G; J. James, b F. Young, 22 W. Doug las, c Yot'ge, b R. Philip, IS ;• Rev. Ingamells, b F. Young, 1G : Jj. Fitz gerald, b It. Philip, 15 ; I). Ferricr, not out 11 ; J. Wheeler, run out, 1 ; sundries, 5 ; total, 189. Howling analysis.—R. Philin, 2 for 52 : S. Simkin, 3 for 3; ; 13. Jlabbitt, S for 27 ; A. Burgess, 1 for 22 ; P. Young, 1 for 44. Digby.—H. Philip, c Ji'nes, li Douglas, 9 ; A. Voo.ee, c Ferrier, b Ingamells, 0 ; A. Burgess, U Inga mells, 2 ; W. Shaw, b Burc.;...
TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
TENNIS. HAMILTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. The annual tournament of the ab ove club, comprising Gentlemen's Championship Singles, Gentlemen's Doubles Handicap, Ladies' L>oubles Handicap, and Mixed Doubles Handi cap, close with the secreta.y this evening at 9 p.m. All local players who intend competing and have not entered are requested to hand in their names early. Already a la gs list ol district players, as well as (•uite a number from1 a distance, hive signified their intention of compet ing, and the tourney promises to create a record.
FIREMEN AT PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
FIREMEN AT PRACTICE. The teams to represent Hamilton at the forthcoming country. fire bri- ; pades' demonstration to be held in , March atBendigo have ■ commenced practising at the track on Melville oval, and their progress during the next couple of months will be, no doubt interestedly watched by towns- j people. The teams for the eights and sixes nre ;—Eights — Plug, C- j Braithwnite ; hydrant, J. A. Hod- . ges ; first, coupling, C. White • first j branch, A. Walker : pole, D. j M'Lean ; pole and second branch, W. Clohesy ; second coupling, O. ISdge combe ; assistant branch man, J. Ij. , Murphy. Sixes—Hydrant, W. liiijah • coupling, D. Rankin ; first branch, W. Diwcll ; pole and branch, L. Wil- , Hams ; pole, S. Cnrnell • second J coupler, A. M;Millan. The remaining teams those for th? fours, the Y coupling competition, the hose and ladder, ami the disabled hose, will ] be selected on Tuesday ev- ^ ining next. In ■ connection t with the cards denoting fire rlarms, ; reference to w...
HAMILTON V. SOUTH-EASTERN (S.A.) TEAM. P. R. LEE SCORES 212. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
HAMILTON V. SOUTH-E ASTl'TUN (S.A.) TEAM. P. K. LKE SL Uiilisj 212. MfciuBOUKNE, Friday. '1 ho specially nvnui^ed ctlckct luat rh cf t«-o days' duration, romnienct.il on Melville oval yesterday between the loci.1 associution team ami a combination selected by Mr. \\ • I Ha,man, cf Mount Gambier, v:as productive of n line day's enjoyaent and an exhlr.lticn of cricke'.i from the tatting point of view which excels anything seen oil thL- oval since it was U\ir.stonu.'d into a sporting ar ena. 'i he vis tors, who represent ths South Eastern portion of South Auetralit, and included in whose rai?l s isi P. 1'. Lee, a sportsman of all-ro>"nil ability, brought a strong ecm. inu' :o i. Tiny lied journeyed from Ci sterton, where tlicy hnd pre ioiiFly plaved a match, and on ar rival in K.imilton indulged in yrac tice before Uie match in order to ac crslom theirs 1 es to the turf wic ket, a class upon which they had^not playe&lt;l tor a num' er of years. &ub fe^i'v-nt r.silts ...
Items of News. DEATH OF MRS. JOHN YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
Items of Ileitis, DEATH OF MRS. JOHN' VrtTTW: Death claimed another victim yes terday in the person of Mrs. Young, wife of Mr. John Yaurig, painter, of Station street. The deceased\ young womai; has .teen suffering for several months from an anemic" complaint, which sappe.l her vitality, and, de spite ashiduous medical attention'and expert nursing, she gradually declin ed until death relieved her. Mrs. Young, who was only 39 years of a^o,-' was a daughter of the late Mr. Thorr.as Nicholl, and was exceedingly po! ular among a lar-je number oi hsr Hamilton acquaintances as a woman of excellent qualities and hard-working propensities." By all who knew her her death will bp much rogietted. She leaves', in addition to her 'husband, twe young children to mourn the loss of a devoted mother. The funeral will take place to-day, leaving Mr. Young's resi dence at 2.30 o'clock .for the Hamil ton cemetery. 4
CRICKET. WANNON AND DISTRICT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
CRICKET. WANNON AND titstrICT COJlt'K TITION. . The team to represent North Ham ilton in their m»tch a«*ainf-'t Munul.ai on Snt"rd»v next Tvi'l Vf r^nctr.rt from the following:—Mnllcy '2), i . ■Po-inqtcr, ITe^p.rp^nK. 0. Mnlins, J. Cornish, D. Itcen, .1. Cull, A. Dark, O. l'itman, J. Hiuch liffc, W. Hutchins, 11. I'itmnn, U. Cnllamler.
Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. FR1BAY, JANUARY 1G, 1914. I , _ ( Tiie force of example, which, lias its? ufleets on youths in all walks of life, has borne cviJ rtsults among many of the boys whom the compulsory training provisions of the Defenca Act embrace. The anti-militarv training agitators, who include in their ranks clergymen and many other representatives of the educated clauses, have been responsible for no small amount, of insubordination, im pertinence and impudence on the part of trainees. Occasionally a too pre cocious youngster, inspired to revolt by the arguments of his riders, is sent to the fortress at Queenscliff lio be punished and disciplined. More Men than not he carries thither his retf-l'ioiis moods, refuses orders, occ asionally assaults his superiors, and not infrequently lays serious charges against the oiJicws. Recently a ca let named Krygg^r, who had been committed for refusing duty, wrote a letter to a member of the Federal Parliament., in which lie stated thnt an' oii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
A SEARCHING Scrutiny reveals I that The Don leads as high class tailors, hatters, mercers, boot men and outfitters. Our suits excel ! in the fit, style and finish. Pew equal, none excel. Values, 63/, 75/. Best range of hats, fur, felt, 5/6, 1 7/6, 10/6 : straws 4/6, worth 7/6 ; | Panamas, in- boots we lead, tans I and black, 12/fi, 17/6. In cosy under wear, natty shirts and ties, crash suits, boys' suits, you p-et actual money's worth at George and O'Neill's. AT OARTHEW'S, Thomson street, best selection Hoylss' fiiuts, ' plain, shots, and fancy designs, 32 ' inches wide. All 6/11 dozen. A T WALLACE' S. XMAS. GIFTS. TIES, FANCY SOX, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, And CLOTHING. AEEf.IROSG has Ro-opened in • Shop opposite tho Argyle Hotel, Gray-street, and as he de sires to mako quick clearances of his stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash. A REASONABLE Discount Ailo.w-' ed of! Toys to Sunday School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-street Emporium. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
RISE IIP EARLY IN THE r[n t b Hi' -FOR Millers Sale £20,000 worth of Seasonable Goods Offered you at less than original cbst li ■ i"/m! To Induce you to come early, the following 12 lines will be on 1' sale from 10 to 12 o'clock on this morning: only it' • 1—Child's White I.ongclolli Knie • kerSi trimmed braid and em broidery, usually 1/11, for 1/ 2—Ladies' White Lawn Blouses, nicely tucked, worth -2/1], and Girls' White Muslin Frocks, trimmed embroidery and lace, worth 3/11, for 11 3—White Muslin and Lace .Tntols, usually 1/(5, to go at fid. 3—Ladies' H.S. and Embroidered Lawn Handkerchiefs, were 7id. now 4Jd 5—Magyar Blousings, newest colourings and styles, were 2/11 .and 3'11, thrown nut for li 6—Grafton Voiles, pure and soft, : floral and stripe designs, were 1/3 and 1/G, to go for Ad yard 7—While Twill Sleeting, for double bci.", usually l/yard, while-it.lasts, for 7Jd K—A n'ire little lot of Duchess • Toiiot Setsvlaoe'lrimhied, were 1/3;'to go for Wd a set 0—-MenVahd Boys' Soi...
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. WARRNAMBOOL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. WAKKNAJlLtuUb HACKS. Tlie sununiT lueil.nt; of 4.1>u Warr-' Jinnibool Kami,; l lus> to be lithl to Iiturruw ibaturiliiyj w.ll l t-oviilc to.ne excellent sport, ami no doubt tlio sptciul train wlncn lnts lic^n chartered li t in Hamilton will tnkc a large co.it.nyi nt of visitors from this parr.. 'j tie tram will lciivt at u.m., pa: s_nj;t.'!'s being pickuit i-J> at all jtations lii route.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
Three Reasons why you] should go to WHITE'S for Wn.il Papers,"'ill'.kinds of GJass, aud Pniuters' and Artists' Material. I —TTo, by his practical experience can toll you what is most suitable for your • ri quirami-nts. ' T.—TT(\ j,Hii3 only the very best in oicli lint of ^oods, II,—Jlo charges most reasonable prices. Albert White, Th9 Wa,coio?eMe^£l1sasnt?il and Tel. 158. Opp. Victoria Hotel, Gray-st, Hamilton; Great -- Clearing -- Sale At STEELE'S THE 51 UN'S STORK. Heavily Overstocked Must Empty Fixtures Drastic Cut in Prices of Fl-esh and Up-to-date Goods The neimino chaviict»r of STREI,t"S Sales am ««ll known to tins luiyin^ public. C'uJiH RluflT XUVV .i,«l t.ike of iIhj lilli JiA\I iN'.S now ollcring. The Sale is Now in Full Swing. Men's Q T Oil 1L1 LIT U1 "fin's Outfitter. Q. ll&lt; O J. JLlUji-lili, O-ttiitor. GRAY-STREET, HAMILTON.