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THE WORLD'S GREAT LOVE STORIES. THE TRAGEDY OF GEORGE ELIOT [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

THE WORLD'S GRHAT LOVE I ' STORIES. - ¬ THE TRAGEDY OF GEORGE ELIOT .iThe-life "of Mary Ann Evans, who, under the pen-name of George Eliot, became .one of the most famous of the Victorian era novelists, is a remark able example of 'the old, old law that when a woman breaks the moral -code 1 ofthe society in which'she lives -she 1 has to -pay a heavy price, 'which is ' often that of a broken heart. - - -George Eliot was by nature conven tional in her temperament. In spite-of I her almost masculine strength of- mind I she-had none of the audacity of such a woman as the French novelist, -eorge Sand, .who broke moral laws as lightly as though they were match sticks, and was not conscience strick en. Our English. novelist lived' in as country and in an age which was hor rified by the slightest disregard of the proprieties. She had been brought up in a strictly religious home; among pious but rather narrow-minded people, i and although for. a time her intellect revolted from absolute beli...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VIXEN. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XLI. "Lieutenant Ingram!" [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

THIE-. By I-EWIN' FITZHAMON. Published by.: Arrangement with Ward,,Lock &' Co., Melbourne. SAll Rights. Reserved. CHAPTER XLI. "Lieutenant Ingram! ' The. slight, straight figure stepped nonchalantly into the box. Despite Mr. Justice Wenham's stern hint at reprisals, he held himself stiffly at attention;" he looked the figure of a gentleman who had abandoned all iope. There was disgust- in the intona. tion of Mr. Candy's voice as he began: "You were present- in Court when the evidence of James. Mordan was given?" "Yes." "Is it correct?" "Yes." "Years ago you were intimate with Lady Pettigew?" "She lived 'on me," answered Lieu tenant Ingram, crisply He looked directly at'Ernest Sibstone, for Lieu tenant Ingram had .also to earn his living at: the expense of an already humiliated woman; Ernest' Sibstone nodded his head almost- -imperceptibly, as if to ac knowledge an invoice of goods IHe leaned across to gaze at Dainty Dres den. ' Her plac6' was-empty. She had gone, a beaten, d...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ends of Justice. Published by arrangement with Ward Lock and Co., London and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXIV. On the Flat Sands. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

The Ends of Justice. BY FRED. M. W mTS.. Published by arrangement with Ward Lock and Co., London and Melb. .All Rights Reserved.). CHAPTER XXXIV. On the Flat Sands. The would-be assassin was taken absolutely by surprise. He was a powerful man and a most formidable antagonist, but the grip on his throat was so sudden and tenacious that he lost his head for the moment. Gradually, .gradually, Cathcart bent him back, a mist floated before his eyes, his cheeks grew purple. Hi went down in a heap on the floor, witt Cathcart astride of him. When he opened his eyes again he felt the pricd of a long, thin knife below the apple in his throat. "One sound and you are a deaf man," Cathcart whispered. "So yoe thought that my friend Renton was not quite so blind as he appeared tc be. I have been waiting a long time for this, Sir Cyril. It was a bole move of yours to have Renton sc much at your house; on the whole, I' was a little too.bold. So you were going to murder him on his own ship?' Bath ans...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

THE BIG STORE, Are Now Making a GR1?AND DISPLAY OF I ncluding Toys in endless -Pickle-Jars, JamPDishes variety. &c. Noah's -Arks, Aero pi nes, T?ea-:'ets, ;Sew- Christmas Presents 'in :ing Machines,ý Blocks, Drapery-Department. -Sets Tools, Boats, Guns Plain and Fancy Hand :Trumpets, Dolls, &c., kerchiefs, Perfumes, from 6d each. Ladies' Hand Bags, .Electro-plated Ware, Neckwear. A Large Silver Back Brushes Assortment to choose and Mirrors, Tea Pots,: from. SEE BiUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF TOYS. [o-- HARRIP i 00., THE BIG STORE, BARKIY STRi;rT, INDIGESTION Reduces Your Efficiency and Shatters Your Health INDIGE'rION has spoiled the life and shattered the health of many a man and woman. It should never he s eglected. The occasional headache or pains after eating, which trouble you now, may scarcely seem worth attention. biut twelve months hence, if you neglect thenm, you n':, be numbered amongst the great army of dyspeptics, wl,s'e daily toil becomes alinmost intolerable th...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RURAL WORKERS' DEMANDS. WILLAURA CAMP DISBANDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

RURAL WORKERS' DEMANDB. WIL? U.RA CAMP DISBANDED. The: rural workers camp at Wil laura, after an existence extending over :about a' month 'past, came. to an inglorisous enld on Monday morn ing 'last, when :Mr Scaiborough, the organiser,. announced to the forty .eampers .that: he hadreceived instruc tions from thee union headquarters to break .up the camp immediately. At the outset: a dozen men constituted the camp, but the numbers quickly increased;- until fifty _men .hat.. as sembled.. at one stage. Of: this..num ber not.more .than half-a-dozen .were suecessful.in securing work, farmers being, able: to,, obtain, laborers, from other sources' The men:in the camp embraced; about: eighty per c'nt. of unionists, but they weie not an entirely happy body of men, owing no doubt to the intemperate, habits of. a section. The order to break camp came as a shoek: to some of the men; Practic. ally all were' penniless,' and the dis banding without -notice meant that withlithe chances :of obtain...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JALLUKAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

JALLUKAB. (From our own Correspondent.) The ball held at the Jallukar Hall in aid of the Ararat Hospital passed off successfully. Owing to harvesting operations the attendance was not quite up to expectations, still a'balance of over £2 will be handed over for the hospital. Splendid music was provided by Mr and Miss Brooks and Mr P, Vanstan. The heavy downpour of rain on Mon day night was a welcome change to the hot and dry spell we have been having. The slight damage done to any crops or stacks will be amply com pensated by the benefits the fruit in the orchards have derived from it. Owing to the withdrawal of several carrying firms of their teams and lorries from the export carting, a meeting was held in the Pomonal Hall to ar range for a deputation to place before the. Goternment the desirability, of ex tending-,the tram line to the Mount -Dryden. quarries on to Pomonal, a dis tance. of about -six miles, This would also tap Hall's .Gap and be of great benefit to that fertile vall...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WALTZ. No. 1 Band (Stawell)—"Woodland Blossoms." [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

WALTZ. No. 1 Band (Stawell).-" Woodland Blossoms." Opening attack not too good. No crescendo bars 3 and 4. Cornet breaks bar 6. Phrasing wrong bar 7. Phras ing bad again bar 10; intonation not good in the horne. Style of band poor trom bar 15 on; euphonium out of tune bar 15. Bars 16 and 17 intonation suf fers again. Solo horn out of tune bar 19. Only fair finish. Figure 1 - Tempo rather quick. Cornet melody not staccato enough. Accompaniments nicely done. Accompaniments across 17 to 20. Seond strain going fairly well. Tempo rather quick. Figure 2-Bars 64 and 66 badly done. Synco- r pation not nicely done bars 61 and 63. Euphonium and baritones do not use tongues well, and cornets rather coarse in style and tone. Figure 2 (repeat). Bar 67 not together horn and baritone. Rythmi not good bars 64 to 66. Tempo not graceful enough. Melody not nicely accentuated. Figure 3-Quay era too long in bars 1 to 3. Too much tremolo in euphonium in counter melo dy in bars 5 to 8. Quavers-not staccat...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUDGE'S COMMENTS. QUICKSTEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

JUDGE'S .COMMEI S, .. QUICKSTEP. q :o. 1 Band. (Ararat).--'- True and I raithful' ' . e ;?Crochets,. tronmbones bars : 2 and 3 t "ather biting. First strain fairly well g ;layed. Side drum very bad from bar S 3 to 29. Second -strain---Fairly well v layed. Piano: well attended to at bar iN 4'3.: Repeat-Baritones and trombones good. Trio nicely played., Band go ng well.-. Nicely:: balanced. Tone good. There was a slight carelessness n. playing iquavers in- cornet and bass :ections. Inclined,-to ?,,be . uneven. .etturn-Quaver~ in bars 2 and 4:are nappy in tromlbonies aand .baritones. Zuaves iii.bar' 12 a16o too long in cdr tets; again at 19: Second strain- .f would like oroliets in cornets and S iorns on second-beat cleaner and better v narked,". Euplioniumis and baritones ,lay quaver :passagesein:bars 41 and 43 v mneven; again at bars 39 and 41. Trom- ii cones bad in bars 43 and 45. Band is a u ittle loose in trio. Balance irather r veak in trio. '.- Intonation of trom- a :'ones not a...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

1.ili~nlI~jcII?I3BIBBB3DUUU?U?UEk~uCuaB ?l3 I El 1 DRAPERY STORES, M ----oooo-- ® ?g rAVING had a successful, time A since our opening' in Ara- " rat, we havre decided to celebrate the.,-:' - [ New Year by clearing out all REM .i.:- : I NANTS and ODDMENTS at Bargain (l)r . 3 Prices. -. " N Remnants in White Damask, pure, soft and .£ll.width. .Good pat. ®? terns, at 1/11 per yard. . Remnant Cretone, in Sateen and Crepe Cloth, good colorings, from 414d per yard_3.. , ,*r- u.. . Remnant Dresses, cream and colors, fromi 8d iper yard. g Remnant Navy Prints, .4?d per-yard.-, Striped,GOinghams, 7/d per 1I yard. Cotton Repp 6'd .per,yard Muslin, in Floral designs, S light, cool .and refreshng, 4d per yard. nds of Embroidery and Insertion, to clear, cheap. Thirtyone inch Tussore Silks, at U 1 /6, per yard. . *REMNANTS IN EVERY" DEPARTMENT. ? We are Agents for the Kabo Corsets - : ;We make:our own Millinery, r SBoys' Washing Suits-They wash well and keep their color. . i Oddments in Underclot...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

VstabUiaoh Over ZD ifa First Igssu-lat Aug., 1857, Jubilee-ist Aug., 1907. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. } SDVETISER GENER&M PRINIlNG OFFICE, Ligar-street, Arroat. Mr THEO. G. GRANO, Barristernat-Law, Has Removed his Office to, directly OPPOSITE THF BANK OE NEW lY UL'HI WiALES A Commissioner of .the Supreme Court of Western Australia for taking affidavits in Victoria. MR H. :E. WE EBB, : ~D?solicitor, -c., Opposite the Court House,. Commnnslanel- of Victoria. Trust Money to Lend. STEW?RT W. IRwii, L.L.MI BARBISTEI AND sOLIOITOB. COMMERCIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS BARKLY STREET ABARAT. SMoneys to lend of Freehold and Leaae hold. Securities. IR F. H. EELES. BARISTII AND2 sOLIQITOB, BABKLY .. STREET, ..' ABAB AT. (Opposite Fire Brigale Station.) (RUS1 MONEYS to LEND at LOWEST CURtENT RBATES on APPROyED. SECURITIES - Freehold or ?Cowb Leasehold. Will visit Willaura second and fourth Tuesdays. .ARCHITECT, BANFIELD SIREEr, ARARAT. DLANS and Specftications prepared for [ all classes ol buildingse. O...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

PHASES OF THE MOON. First Quarter .; ... 4th at 11.9 p.m. Full Moon ...... 12th at 3.9 p.m. Last Quarter .. .. 19th at 10.30 a.m. New Moon .. . . .. 26th at 4.34 p.m.

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CALENDAR FOR JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

CALENDAE FOF JANUARY, 1914. Sunday .. .... 4- 11' 18 25 Monday.. ... 5 12:- 19 26. Tuesday ..... 0 13. 20 7 Wednesday .. .. 7 14 21 28 Thursday .. .... 1 8 15 22 29, Friday ....... 2 9 16 23 30 Saturday .. ., 3 10 17 24 1

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW CURTAIN LECTURE. Mr. Caudle Has Lent a Car-Fare to a Friend. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

A NEW CURTAIN LECTURE. Mr. Caudle Has Lent a Car-Fare to a Friend. "Throwing your money away again, Mr. Caudlel You always were a fool. I'd like to know who'd lend you a car-fare when you run short, and short it is you always will be while ever you've such high notions of being liberal. I wonder where you get such notions! Not from your hard-worklng wife. Mr. Caudle! No, indeed, and you know it; and you needn't growli like that. But I can work, and I can slave from morning to night and wear my finger-ends to fiddle-strings'! But what do you care, Mr. Caudle, so long as you can be generous with your swell friends and lend them car-fares? "But you always were a fool. I only wish they knew you as I know you. Ah, me! The things we might have done with that threepence. There's Jack, bless his innocent little heart. He wants a new ball to play with, and threepence would buy one. Where's the other one, you say? Well may you ask, when you know that old cat across the street kept It when he ...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARARAT BAND CONTEST. MOST SUCCESSFUL CELEBRATION. DOUBLE WON BY ARARAT CITIZENS BAND. KEEN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

ARARAT- BAND COUT EST. MOST, SUCCESSFUL CELEBRA1 ION. DOUBLE WON BY ARARAT CQ r- ZENS BAND. KEEN COPETITION. After a lapse of a few years the Ara rat Athletic Club .was succestul in bringing off a C grade Band Contest and a Quickstep competition in con nection with its annual carnival which was held on New Year's Dlay. It will be remembered that although the com mittee of the club made every effort during the past few years to induce bands to compete, they did not meet with success, and the competitions had to be abandoned very reluctantly. When framing their programme for this year's carnival it was thought advisable to make another, effort to reluscitate the contests, the committee holding the belief that there was no thing like a contest to bring the people together. Gir Gdssip, the club's secretary, worked most untiringly to bring the affair to a successful issue, ind when the time arrived it was found .hat four bands--iorsham, Stawell, iamilton and Ararat Citizens--had entered,...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITTLE BRAIN WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

LITTLE BRAIN WAVES. The bluntest remarks cut deepest. Friendship is never hand-made-it grows. Tears never yet wound up a clock or worked a steam-engine. No sermon is too long for the wo man with a new hat. WThat a piece of wo:k is man. What a piece of fancy work is woman. Every man has his price, and many are willing to give themselves away. The very last thing a normal wo man wants from any man is--the truth. A cautious ma, is like a hat-pin. His head prevents him from going too far. It is charming to be always nlling, but such people as a rule live in men tal hospitals. When a woman meets a mani half way he begins to think it is time for him to turn back. The men who think that money can do anything will probably do any thing for money. A big fist can bruise an eye, but not for so long as a li'tle dimple can bruise a man's heart. You may face financial ruin, death, illness, even gaol with calmness, but the tickle of a persistent fly-never. The sleep of the just may be sweet, but n...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARARAT ATHLETIC CLUB. THE ANNUAL CARNIVAL. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

AR?,AT ATHLLTImO CLUB. THE ANNUTAL CARNIVAL. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION The annual carnival of the Ararat Athletic Club, which was held at the Recreation Reserve on New Year's Day and in Alexandra Park at night time, must be regarded as the most successful gathering, from all points of view, that the club has held for 'many years past. For some weeks prior to the celebration the committee of the clulrcert.inly a very small one so far as the- working up of the function is concerned-were hard at work effecting the preliminary arrangements, and led as it is by such an energetic secretary as Mr T. J. Gossip proved himself to be in all matters he takes in hanl, everything was in a state of prelarel. ness by the time the eventful day ar. rived. The club could not have be-n favored with more suitable climatic conditions. The morn was ushered in under the most pleasant conditions, old Sol beaming forth in just sufficient strength to induce people to leave their homes to witness the day's ...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

There is nothing so sweet as duty, and all the' best pleasures of life come in the wake of duties alone.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHRISTMAS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

CHURICHOFENGLAND. There was a large congregation at Holy Trinity Church on Christmas morn ing, when special services were conduct ed. Holy Communion was celebrated at eight o'clock and again at the eleven o'clock service, when carols and hymns i suitable to the occasion were sung. The vicar, the Rev. H. E. Noltenius, B,A,. occupied the pulpit, and preached an appropriateserrmon from the following toxt:--"They shall call His name Em manuel, which being interpreted is God with us." Matt. 1, 21.) He said:--In ages past and in many heathen lands to day men believing in the existence of God have made idols, and to those idols they have offered their prayers and their worship. Was not their idolatory like the prayer of the apostle, who cried, show us the Father I God answ ers that appeal in the incarnation of His Blessed Son. Jesus Christ. We want God's presence just as much as those people did nineteen hundred years ago, and Christ's presence is as real to-day as it was then. He comes to...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

The Maryborough band contest was won by St. Kilda. City- with 285 points ,faryborough, the only other band com peting, of course seenred second place with 278 points. The Quickstep fell to laryborough with 150 points, St. Kilda taking second place with 142 points. IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we have been o sing Cham herlain's Cough Remedy," says MN Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth N.S.W. " We have six children and never use anything else for the treat ment of coughs, colds and bronchia' complaints. I confidently recommenc' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to every one, more especially to parents, whir like myself have young children's health to safeguard. It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by" Cost and Scholes, Gen. Merchants; T. A. Wild and A. Gamson, chemists, Barlly 1-. ,. WHOOPIG. COUGH. "'.My little boyphad whooping cough very badly,~ says: Mrs A. Henderson. The People -s Store;'47 Elgen Rd., Moin. ington .N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing hi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEY CONVINCED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 January 1914

THEY CONVINCED HIM. Maxim Gorky, the famous Russian author, who was expelled from Russia some time ago, has not accepted the Czar's permission to return to Russia. There was another Russian writer who disapproved of so many things in connection with the management of his country that he rgot himself into serious trouble with the authorities. He persisted in pointing out the de fects, and at last they got so exasper ated that they decided to hang him, and he .was duly sentenced to death by one of the governors he had criti cised. Three times they tried to hang him, and three times the rope broke. The worried hangman postponed the execution while he went to talk things over with the governor. :'What did he say when the rope broke the third time?" asked the go vernor. "He said it was just what might be expected in Russia," replied the hang man; "that we couldn't even hang a man properly." The enraged governor turned in. a fury to the hangman. "Convince him that he is wrong!" he shouted...

Publication Title: Ararat Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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