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BRITISH POLITICS. THE CHANCELLOR VERBALLY SCARIFIED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
(BRITISH POLITICS. m TDK I'll AN OBI,LOR YHRBALIjY ' SOARIiniCO. LONriON, Tlinmlny. R oii'iin-; at Manchester lust night lord Ctivon sn (1 li. scorned that the Go crnmi-sit s land campaign was not aoir:; v.ell, p.nd a new cry wns w intocl to raiss the spirits of Mr. Llsyil George's faltering follower.-!. Hcnce'thcy were going to have a nay bursting, instead of a land 1) rstiri.',, enmpnign. The interven tion; iof thxi Chancellor of the Exche quer '. at- thib juncture was unstatcs nnnlile, rrischiovous, and inopi 01 tunii. The' incursions of Mr. l,loyd George into international politics w re a . source of danger to the na tion.
ISLAMISM IN INDIA. SUPPRESSION OF INFLUENTIAL NEWSPAPER. LAHORE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
ISLAMISM IN INDIA. fujm;tcsston, op influential , . • newspaper. , .... V lahons. PJl'"r f!oV,rnnicnt hm&lt; suppressed'.,the ' u-hf,ii; ^mlc^ ncw^paper "Zemindar,.v, which has tho widest circulation o? iiny Hindustani organ,
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. (By Special Wire.) MELBOURNE, Th[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. ,(By Special Wire.) MI"iLBOin;\'ir 'pi,,.. Messrs. John M'WIuio ami Oo. stock ami slinrii brokers, " Collin: Houhu," Collins-street, Melbourne, I'lpori'. na follows :— "Melbourne Trams—Buyers 44/, sel lers ■11/3. Amnlgiurmtril Zinc—Buyers 27/4$, sellers Til P., sales 27/G. North Broken—Buyers 51/3, sellers U/4J. ' Hnmviilon—Buyers 21)/, sBllers 29/6 ^i.ilcs 2'J/il. Mount Culhbcrt—Buyers 13/5, sell crs 14/. Ontlicar'j—Huycrs 3/3. Cnthcart Central—Buyers 32/10 J, nsllerd 33/, sales 33/. Lang I Logan—Buyers 24/6, sellun 3V. sales 34/10.J, 35/. Lanci Lo^an North.—Buyers 5/2, dellei'B :V/I>. Langi Logan South—Buyers 1*4/, sellers 15/. Philistines—Buyers 2fi/, sellers 35/.
INTENSE GOLD IN NEW YORK. ICICLES AT A FIRE. DEATHS DUE TO THE COLD. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
Intense cold in new i york; '? ICICLES AT A FfflE. DEATHS DUB TO TI1D COLD. NKW YORK. Wednesday. The temperature in ,Ne\v York fell below zsro to-day. Nino, deaths? are reported as being due, directly, antj indirectly, to tbel'ssvero weather.., .. . Many fishing schooners haze been wrecked off tl'u Massachusetts coast, lut tils loss of Ufa is light. . While the cold was intensust in N'ew York four fires broke out in; th«j 1 oarer quarters, rendering 1000 per sons homeless. The firemen ..were, un able to cope with the- outbreak at first owing to '-'he water freezing. Tho lnirned ruins tresent an extra ordinary spectacle, icicles . hanging frcm chaired beams and rnfterB. ; .
ROUGH ATLANTIC WEATHER. STEAMER COBEQUID'S PASSENGERS SAFE. HALIFAX (N.S.), Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
ROUuH ATLANTIC WEATHER. STUAMEr". COBBQllID'S" PA&SEN GffRS, rSAFE. , ' ,t'.: • HALIFAX (li.S.V. Wednesday. The steamor C'pte.iaiKr. lms^jbeen si glite;l oil Trinity, T^dges","-inul,, the passengers nro. .believed(jo' beAj &a$.' Much wreckage has been .washed'.! aig liora on-thoi Nova^S.qotiqtn icoa£tt' but; it. tins aict.boan .ideotiCBd^yeti,;-. y . The saleti are cpntinuinc; along, the Atlantic :: coast, ^anti ;t,e.^rific.snow storms1 aw. also recorded.,,at sea... "A;
ANOTHER TRAGEDY AVERTED BY WIRELESS. YARMOUTH (N.S.), Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
ANOTHER- TRAGEDY. WERTED • •• .- 'BY-WIRELESS. ; ... YARMOUTH (N.S.j. Thursday. . Another: terrible . sen-, tragedy ...lias 1 cp.n averted-by the usu of wireless telegraphy... :• The steamer CabeqlUd' had Ije^r.n to break up under tho battering of. terrific. seas along Tri nity Rock, of Port Maitlaml,, .. when ths coastal steamers: West Port and John Cahn arrived. on.-Lhit scene in response to wireless calls. They launchrd hosts,'.and commenced the work or rescu.. The steamers Lans ilown anil. Rn'ppahacoo afterwards, ar ri'ed and also rendered aid. Pas sengers wero first roscucd. then the qrew, with the exception (of the cap-, tairi nnd el own men, who decided, to remain on" board for the night in tho hoDc of Falvaging the vessel should tjhe \v;»thcr moderate. , The d.irl'nrPM of the night nnd a Ul^7nr:l made th s work rf rescue but aU'lintered the boats S.-ifyly.. ; Wireless noils from the wrecked' • v£e3!;l .';;'jsejl >yficn her engine room l.^cahic flcodpa.
THE SENGHENYDD DISASTER. NOBODY TO BLAME. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
THE SENGHENYDD DISASTtH. NOBODY JjLBLAWIE. LONDON. Wednesday. Tnc verdict arrived at in the in qiLry inlu the cause of the Scnghen ydd colliery disaster .was.that fire was) due to accident,. It was found that, the collitry was properly venti l'.ted, and that it had l;een properly Inspected on the morning of the ex plosion, which was due lo gas fed by ctnl dust. It was decidcd to urge the Home O'l cc to endeavour fjj find a solu tion for the dust problem. It was jm .iossI'Ic to locale ihc- origin' of tlio fire, but the preponderance of evidence ena' led th-3 commission to ! fix tbu lamp station' as the probable s'a ting poh t. The e.virirn:« sug gested that there was a ra'&lt;cd li'iht at. the l'-nin station, hi**i it was not ccns'dfcred._tli!;t nny I" rsnunl miglecl. had contribute! to the li'O deiths. t .
AMERICAN WOOL INDUSTRY. A SERIOUS OUTLOOK. SALT LAKE CITY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
AMERICAN WOOL INDUSTRY. A SERIOUS OUTLOOK. SAT..T LAKE CITY. ThjiSiliiy. Speakers at the Nat'onal . Wool Krowers* Association conference yes terday criticised th« action i>i the Government in placing wool oa the free list. Mr. Fran'c Haeenbarth president, declared that the American flock master was now rsdiii-.'d to striving on una.iunl terms Mti the half-clad savage of South Blriea, the reon of South America, or the skillfrti producer of New Zealand and Aus tralia, whose llocks were shorn under the fostering care of their respective Governments. He thought merino wool-growers had been sdrioiiily hit, and were likely to he eliminated al together. He su"-ested that Ameri can breeders should rav hi»'h-r.- prices for pure hred animals .in order to improve thein stocks, as was done in Australia and New Zealand. Whero Americans paid .£'20 per head fur indi vidual rams, Australians ami New Eealanders paid from £200 10 .C1000 per hen&lt;l. Congress ought to pass a pure fabric la...
ULSTER'S CAUSE. EXTENSIVE OFFERS OF ENROLMENT LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
ULSTER S CAUSE. I EXTENSIVE OFFERS OF ENROLMENT . ' LONDON, Wodnesd'uy. Mr.i Piatt,- secretary ,of.,therBnt;Bh I.duguo for the Support' ..'ofVUlstaiV Ft a tea that he lias tniolk-'ii Kl;l>00 volunteers. iir England' and Scotland, im:lii(liii;C this- commander of -a butdie slup, five a • laioisi, and several wire*; less t-le raplnsts. 'Mr. Piatt also s y b vhnt liu has recei ved '.'.offers of help fiom practically all. the British v colonics. A nvrnher of PetT.s, Com moners, army anil nivy officers anil acUntlste rhuve joined- tin; cciinn:itlce.
THE BOOT INDUSTRY. COMPETITION WITH ENGLAND IMPOSSIBLE. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
THE BOOT INDUSTRY. COMPETITION WITH KNG'bANU IMPOSSIBLE. (YVIro Prom Our Correspondent.) MELUOUKNE. Thursday. Mr. Julian Ncale, a ".jiiaiuifncturcr ot children's boots and shoes, at '.Richmond, told the Interstate Com mission to-day that although ho wus now the only manufacturer in this lino in Victoria his trade had not increased by the other manufacturers riving- yip. It was impossible to com pete with Kimlish manntactuicrs who paid 150 .per cent, lower wanes. Wholu villages of uirls worked in England for 3/ I'er week, while men got from 14/ to IB/, ami even lower.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
■■" m wwwMiiininn Funeral Notice. YOUNG—The friends of Mr. J0U11 Youhr arc respectfully inform ' that the funeral of his late bclov . ( wife will leave his residence, St„ r ion-street, Hamilton, miis Bay, .Friday, January 10th, at 2.30 p.m., for tlie Hamilton Cemetery.. FKANK GRKBD, Undertaker. Telephone 24. Hamilton. MamaI
A MODERN POMPEH. TOKIO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
A MODERN ' POMPRir. TDKIO. Tlnirj.lny. ■Latest advices state that Sukura shimti is shrouded jin black, smoke broken by an occasional Ilicicr of (lames. The bay is cover j.1 with lava. There are no refugees from th&lt;j three villages of Sakiu-ashinia. Somo fugitives lost their way in the thick smoke, and were sntTocatcd by pois onous cases. Others .were terror stricken by the lire, rushed, into the sea and were drowned. The earth «\iakes are now smlvsMins;, !.\it ap palling rumblimrs in the carta con tinue nnd a typhoon is blowinpr. Six hundred houses at. Ka^-ishima collapsed after one violent earth oiiakc shock on Monday. A-ft-ir that the slinkiii" was ko ijreat that it was impossible to walk, upright. Tho fu -■)t:.ve; had to_crawl and fctumble 6ut. of the city, mainly 011 their hands and knees.
70,000 PEOPLE MISSING. A BOILING SEA. TOKIO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 16 January 1914
70,0(10 t'l'TiPI/K iM13SING. HOT],INC. BRA. , TOKIO. Thursday. The west side of, . the volcano blew our. Iul • .ntglit, vomiting,, tiro furlo.us ly, anil followed . .by another" tidal wave, whiclv caused the scii ^o boil'. * rIho destruction of property earth; qiifilic-s ..continues. . Ilorrihlq scenes !mv(! been , eniictcd in the nfleeted idisti icts ; 1100. houses have been t de stroyed', and 70,000 people are mis sine;.