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INGLEWOOD. SWELTERING WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
INCLEW000. SWELTERIG WEATHEBR. From eeriel Tuesdny morinij up to mid day the town was enveloped in dmOt and Shot wined blew. The wreather was moost .ppresire. and the temperatore ros -e?ulily until at 12i? p.m. it reoched 10: deorees in the shade. The monggy at ,osp.hre eos moot treing, and made out door worki almot anbearable. Jut be foret pot. beavy thunder rclonud caoi u from the mnorth-went. followed by loud [eaas of thunder, and rome rain, jut mof orient to lay the dust. The heat con. tinned. but a. the duot 6end had ge e it or more rabete thoun in the morning At 4 o'clock it or .till opprenive, but a cool tchanp. et in at night.
COUNTRY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
COUNTRY NEWS Richard Dali. whilst striking a slip out lo a miacin.e, rcn: ruck othbe ee wiCCth s piece of te?d, chlh fld.w oft the harm mt: he was unng, and he eoentually loaf th sight of the eye. r Daris i aoo iu daoger of loing the eight of the other eye. Thomaor ;olling had aoveral of hin tos -eoe.xd through roming in contact with the crok of the hi?tery erngine at the Go.dcn Pyke battery. and John Iow'n Lad the top of hik oner amputated - hilot repairiog a rtok drill at the South New Moon mine. FalIs of earth wer?c?e. ponsuib.e for four accidernt.s, nmely. Al ?'rt lees and Richard Ccarhmi tnt ? nh n - Moon). Stanler Eely (John-oa's Ilee No. S:. Peter C-ellino (h.oh's Pioneer. arn flob-rt Scott iNrew Nil. litarwol; and oncidents whilst .epprog out of eg?; occurred in two cnon. , crmtalyl, Cilrte Loadre (New Nil. flayreadl. and Robert Julie ?Snrth Ne? Mornl. &rmuel Male moriceld inlunina through falli;ng dInr a poas, and Go?ore Adams. work rng at the Dagmaur mize, .lippd ....
DUNOLLY. PRESENTATION OF PURSE OF SOVEREIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
DUNOLLY. PRESENTATION 'OF PUISE OF SOVEREIGNS. Mtr A. Davite. pestOOtrr. inte tear injg Dnolly to take up reliening wort. w.t entertained on Tuala e-ening at a' noial be the ridents. The Mayor (Crj Couchman) pre.eftd. The narioul? apak er. referred in high torms of oprai? of Mr I)eit' oabilitie, and hi. C ontrott and ob!iging mnnner. While regeettiuy his departure. they all joined in wishir; hin ard rs Ir)anr every teoorr?-nt ad ht.poi ten in the folore. Onn behalf of the townsopepte, the chairman pretented Mr Dlaieao with a pur?- of soveereign a t memento of their apprciaitoo. tfr Df ito. suitable aeknowledgnd the kindly ,-itbhe and the gift.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
8DDoSIOEBTI A Wi ure o ý 1tdi111n1 mao jnnl k LONDON WH1tAII MA r h1I'. L1ONDON, W~hlpuxI y. R'liel arrgrxs am very nlurv of rlr Tflfl ('C/A UF T CIC. S'IP 1'1 PI;IL18lllJN :. %V lcrr~ lay. An ;ye-wiitoonn de~nim, thalt flipr Craro itoh is ouffriing from n ieipape . and do tlwtt his runplete r'wrery in il ,neut eortain. TERRIBLE IIEADACIIE, "I am a bootmaker," writo Mr Edo. rick 5(illr? (Treat Ring aict, North Dun?din, N .G.. "and for many years suf fered from terrible hImdaihn and irregu larity of -the bwels cue.to m sdentary life. After taiking oe ib O o(lambr ltn's Tables I1 ea gratly benefited, and they mncrcffeoten my cure. Upon the ellghtet eynlm1?t of rgotlqpntlon I tciu two or three tableta whclih always set mo right." Sold by all ohalmits n and etoe k;aparh LATE ADVEfTISEMENTS LCIST, Ilnrh nnd tan Australian 'rrlir (@nnp)abmoat three months ol, it. rt toil. Howardr. Apply 461 Acot et WE WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS _A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ae AND STHANK THEM FOR ALL THE BUSINESS FAVO...
PORT PHILLIP HEADS DEEPENING THE ENTRANCE. EXPERT'S REPORT. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
PORT PiUlLLI? HEADS 0 PfylNINQ TRHt DNT1AINCI. ' E TOS uLEPOltT. - MIDLUGRtN ''r Wednesday:', Sir eourte .ttauriee whtaie moto ictraija uiodr ul iegreimue nt to the ( wlliceatllt Goveraloult.to report on fal bu s of buutrmal, anod whoeso serviete were ecuril by the Victo riam llriisofllt tolerepoa oti thi best iuotbhd oitienj thi e I'oet LbPhillip HlAeads hs ir, limeaP prelhlary report ti Mr Iatte Prenier. tlie said that it was 1Wt lIoebie for him to furnisl his full tort until elotfIreh return to Loilon. 1, d anld rd December he visitt ed ['ort lfiilllreads, in conlpaony with M t t athl, laridsont, Mlaclean, fac=l S jith aud Keriodeed Ex.plaun ti ii detail aerensupplied to him of tie iiitbi at plterUt alepted for remov ll the ock, auli he saw a series of shotn id lie ulo examined the rock visittle at eoitllieiilelo, whichrwas of the samo esripttel as thaft removed under water. liii either be ng line, ino we enabled iillliethis inspectieon iinler favorableo eonlitiois. The entrance ...
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CONJUROR AND AXEMAN STRUGGLE ON STAGE. FREMANTLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
CO0GIUROR AQD AXEMAH STRUGQGLE ON STAGE. FBtEM.\NTLE. Wednesday. An unrehetred act took place at a Te- I rietr entertainment thi nek,. -when a i conjbur and a big axeman struggled on t the tage. In hit turn. the conjuror. after being a ti-I up by a member of the audience. T frem himself. On this night he called a for "ome persons. Is usual, and an axe- I man from the Collie timber dittrict and p two other men responded. The conjuror told the axeman that hbe did not iequire a his snerihes. an the other men would tie d him up. b ltnii:ing that anyone from the andi- f erne had been called upn.-the axeeaIn : oaid that he alone would io the tIing. Erentually. after cme argunwnt. the conjuror tried to renrre the coontryman from the stag,. and a ntruggle esured. in which thb conjuror tnl-taireod damage. and could nt po on with his turn.F ohich c-cnples half an hour. The manlagement oent hurriedly to an oppsition hbow. which loaned .a film to fill the sr-p- It has been Announced that in fut...
QUARANTINE STATION PAYMENT OF EXPENSES. NEW SOUTH WALES IGNORES REQUEST. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
.QUARANTINE STATION PAYMENT OF EXPENSES. NEW SOUTH WALES IGNORES REQUEST. " MELBOURNE. W-edlne.day. Dr Cnmpoton. Federal Director of Quarantino. eomploinedl very bitterly to day thlt he cnuld ? th no rotisfaltion from the Nra South Waonl Gorernmnt either to his reqno t for the panment of exrnoeoe incurredl ntof the Federal Qua rontinr Station at Port Jarkson durinq the recent outbreak of -mall-pox in Srdo n tve or to ili requents that the L rr., Suth Waorls uthoritis should vacato ith station. The hill sent to the Now South Wao| Goovernment w:a for .£S 9.' but onl o o foarml anrenolafgmrent of the re,.ipt of the o couont hay been made byl Neo Sooth Wales. Sererar letters on the matter remain ot unonorrd. Dr o(rnrmoton ?ona that onlt a tfo contactr remain at th, FPderal Station, andl the State nalthoriti-? conly ea?ily provide for, them eloewhere. At arv 1i th ota tion toy be nehrdel for F?olr 1 pnrroo?s. and wnnl be noed now voert _ Ialowa pn.engrP if it rwerre avt!lhlt. want0 to gp...
ST. ARNAUD. CROWLANDS-NAVARRE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
ST. ARNAUD. CITOWLANDS-NAVARRE RPATLWAT. Good pogrss is being made with thel Crowlands to Nnavrre railway. About, 180 men are enployul on the worki. Thea sleeper and roile are laid for abont II tmile from Crowlalroa and it, is ntiei paled the line will be mailable for grain trec to Narire by February. - NEW TOWN CLERK. It is eapeetod Mr J. R. Pritchard. the; nrwlyIo pointed town clerk of the Il rough of St. Arnad. will commence duty, on the 9th January. SANTA CLAUS AT THE HOSPITAL. The nursing rlaf at the hospital made -pecial nreparationr for the holiday sm too. Tih three larpe wards mere deco rtlld wuith lower, eonored papers. and ePIner bells. one being in red. another in pink. and the other in purple. The time- I Il?mrred eostm of Santa Clans was nlao eboerved, each patient receiring a suitable gift. . _ _