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BRITISH PATROL. BLOCKING MEXICAN ENTRANCE INTO GUATEMALA. GUATEMALA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 6 January 1914
BRITISH PATROL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BLOCKING MEXICAN ENTRANCE INTO GUATEMALA. &nbsp; &nbsp; GUATEMALA, Sunday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; When the Dutch steamer Marowij- na arrived from Belize, British blue- jackets from the cruiser Lancaster &nbsp; boarded the vessel and refused to allow Senor Catello, a Mexican constitution- alist, to land. The warship's boats patrolled the bay to prevent other Mexicans from landing. The action was taken to prevent Mexicans from entering Mexico via Yucatan or Chia- pas. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
SOMALI TROUBLE. MULLAH PLANS A RAID. BRITISH EXPEDITION. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 6 January 1914
SOMALI TROUBLE. &nbsp; &nbsp; MULLA PLANS A RAID. BRITISH EXPEDITION. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LONDON, Friday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The "Evening News" states that &nbsp; &nbsp; the Imperial Government is contem- plating sending a strong Indian mili- tary expedition to Somaliland in March. It is believed that the Mad Mullah is planning a big raid. Advices to hand show that the plight of the tribes, friendly to Great Britain, is already a desperate one. REPORT MODIFIED. &nbsp; &nbsp; LONDON, Friday Midnight. It is authoritatively stated that there is to be no change in the British policy in regard to Somaliland. The report published by the "Evening News " &nbsp; possibly originated in some question as to the despatch of reliefs from In- dia to replace the troops now at Ber- bera. &nbsp; &nbsp;
A GRUESOME STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 6 January 1914
A GRUESOME STORY. A son of an Iroquois half-breed went out one day with other Indians to run buffalo along the Red River. But he never returned. They found his horse and gun and knife, but could not find the man. About a year later, as the Indians were hunting in another part of the country, a buffalo cow was seen, which had something peculiar on her head. They chased and killed her, and found that her singular head ornament was the pelvis of a man, one of her horns having pierced the thin part of the bone, which was wedged on so tightly that they could scarcely get it off. Much of the hair on the head, neck, and shoulders of the cow was worn off short, and on the side on which the bone was, the hair looked new, as if it had been worn off the skin, and was beginning to grow out again. It is supposed that this bone was part of the missing half-breed, who had been hooked by the cow and car- ried about on her head until his body fell to pieces.
ENTANGLED IN WIRE FENCE. DEATH FROM SUFFOCATION. AVOCA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 6 January 1914
ENTANGLED IN WIRE FENCE. DEATH FROM SUFFOCATION. AVOCA, Saturday. The death of Mr A. Henderson, in the Glenaroua district, by being caught in a wire fence and hanging suspended for two days and nights, has been suc- ceeded by the death of Mr James Bat- ehelor, aged 73, one of the oldest residents of Avoca, in almost exactly similar circumstances. Mr Batchelor, &nbsp; while returning home last-night, took a short cut, which rendered it necessary for him to get through a wire fence. Evidently one leg became entangled and, while Mr Batchelor was struggling to extricate himself, the other leg was also caught in such a manner as to render escape impossible. He continu- ed to struggle, and eventually died from suffocation. His body was dis- covered in the fence this afternoon by Mr Larkins. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Deceased had been poundkeeper at Avoca for many years. He succeeded his father, who took charge of the pound in the very early days of Vic- toria. H...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
GQENERAL. The Natal miners have accepted the masters' terms except as to wages, nego -tiations regarding which are still in progress. SA dealer at Nottingham has been sen tenced to three years' penal servitude for selling margarine as butter. The acdused had no fewer than 22 prior con victions against him, including several for a like offence. A sleigh journey, which seven: peas ants were making in Austria on Sunday from Badaussee to Klimmbachtal, ter miniated in a shockingly tragic manner. The horses drawing the sleigh dashed over a precipice, and all seven peas. ants were killed. The "Daily Mail" publishes a letter from a diplomatic correspondent, in which it is stated that a complete dead. lock has been reached on the Aegean Islands question. The ambassadors' conference agreed to treat the Aegean Islands and Albanian frontier questions as. one, This decision, however, was not committec to nrriting, and it is now repudiated,by the Triple Alliance. -Alarmed at the steady increase o...
STRIKE BATTLE. MILITIA CALLED OUT. A FIERCE AFFRAY. VANCOUVER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
STRIKE BATTLE. MILITIA CALLED OUT. A FIERCE AFFRAY. - VANCOUVER, Monday. .`A sensatiohal affray between police and civilians on one side and strikers on the other, took place-yesterday near Tacoma, in the State of Washington. Distl(rbances haie occurred frequent ly since the employees of' the Tacoma` Smelting Company, all of whom are Austrians, declared a strike recently. The trouble culminated to-day, in a pitched battle, which was waged on a hill overlooking the Tacoma smelting plant. After a short, but fierce, inter change of bullets, the Austrians were subdued. Several persons on the side of the. authorities were injured, but it is not known whether any. of the strik ers were hurt. The State militia has now been or dered out.
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. TARIFF REFORM. SACRIFICING THE FARMERS. MEETING OF PROTEST. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
GOABLEGRAMS. * 8AOCRIFICING THE FARMERS. SMEETING OF PROTEST. ... LONDON, Monday. Tho !' Westminster Gazette' ' . L .ber al), is publishing. correspondence alleg. ing ,that-the; Unionist newspapers. are boycotting the tariff reform propaganda and particularly the complaints of agriculturists, who consider that the compromise propounded by Mr Bonar Law at Edinburgh sacrificed the farm. ers for the manufacturers of Birming ham and Sheffield. Meetings of the National Farmers' Unions have been held in all counties, and they have carried resolutions not to assist in the promotion of tariff re form if the benefits- for agriculture, originally proposed, are excluded. A Farmers' Tariff Union has been formed to carry on the campaign against the tariff reform compromise.
ULSTER'S ARMY. REGIMENT AT MANOEUVRES. DETECTIVES WATCH OPERATIONS LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
ULSTER'S ARMY. REGIMENT AT MANOEUVRES. DETECTIVES WATCH OPERATIONS . LONDON, Monday. The East Belfast Regiment. of the Ulster' Volunteer forte has concluded a week's manoeuvres at Or?iston. Lieu Col. Arlington Chichester, D.S.O., of the 'lst Battalion of the Dorset Regi ment, and Major Madden, were in charge of the.operations. A series of night attacks was practisebdunder the direction of Mr J. J. M' Callmont, M.P. for East Antrim, and.Hon. Colonel of the Royal Antrim Artiliery. Detectivis watched,the? exercises throughout; . (LieUt:Col. Chichester saw a lot of service in the South African war. Mr N'Calmont was formerly a captain in the' 8th ussare.)
The Ararat Advertiser THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1914. Accounts await paymenit at the Ara rat Sub-treasury for the following :- J. Macnamara, E. Blackie, J. Hillman, J. R. Matthews; W. Simpson and Co. The Ararat Citizens Band has decid. ed to enter for the C Grade Band Con test:.to' be. held at Melbourne on the 26th ,nst.,-.in s;eonnection' with: the A.N.A. .fetn e i .c r. v]: .- ; We learn `that: Mr Stewart Irwin, LL.M., has acquired 'the .practice of the late Mr Francis H. Eeles, barrister and solicitor. The practice of Mr Eeles will be- carried on. at Mr Irwin's own office, Commercial: Buildings. . The building trade at Ararat con tinues as briskas eover, and in all di rections new.-hoiuses are going up, the. carpenters" =hands being full. • Ex. :constable Wood has sold his` cottage in ",Barkly street -'to Mr' F.= J. Ford-; the price paid being £450. Mr . J= .Simpson, J. P, presided?- at the Ararat Police Court yesterday morninig.' " Sevieral default debt eaes were dealt with, and a"case of 'assault and one...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
.. ININGl INTELISGENCE .: Yesterday's "Argus" says :-The development of the New Langi Logan mine, Ararat, is being closely watched now, as the opening up of this import ant lead means so much to the Ararat field and to the mining industry in Victoria generally. First thing this year the company. was to start a .rise to the wash from midway in the branch reef drive which was running south west from the main drive towards the old shafts, at a point- between the Nos. 30 and 31 bores. -Some of the men not having returndd to work after the holidays, delayed a start being made with the rise on -fonday afternoon, but it was expected that the work would be commenced either Monday night or. early on Tuesday morning. Writing just after the holidays, the mine manager reported that No. 39 bore had gone through to wash at 60 feet over the back of the drive, the ground being 9 feet higher than at No. 38 bore, which was only 50 feet away. Therefore, No. 39 bore was evidently on the western slope o...
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
M INING MANAGERS IREPORTS. I) 8 Upper Langi Logan Company.--Wes teri? line..bores-No:2, 4 :ehaii :nbort ot No. 1, bottomned at 38 feet; no: wash; la _on..bedrock ,..: 3, 4. chains south lof"No. 1, bottoied at: 82j .feet, :i feet, strong wash, prospect shows several colors'gold. ' o:2 movernment bore bottbomed at 187?feet 3' feel' wash, showing traei of ,gold, aud: fall to west of 20 feet,in" 10 chains. ?'' Great 'Langi "Logan: Conrpany ;?: Mai shaft to; 62'feet; in hard basalt; enlarg `irng same to receiv.e "frame set'
SEA SENSATION. STEAMER BREAKS IN TWO. MANY LIVES LOST. NEW YORK, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
SEA SENSATION. .STEAMER BREAKS IN TWO.: - MANY LIVES LOST. N . EW YORK, Monday. ., The Gulf Refining Company's oil-tank steamer Oklahoma (5,853 tons) broke in two without warning when off-Sandy 1hook. -. The stern section sank: instantly, carrying a large proportion of her .crew to-death, while the other portion float ed long enough to allow of rescues be ing made.- - The men picked up are on the Ham burg-Amerika freight liner Bavaria, and are being taken -to Boston. According to a wireless message from Captain Graafe, of the Bavaria, he sighted the Oklahoma at early dawn to-day. She was- flying distress sig nals, and the seas were high and rough. Later on Captain Graafle saw . the fore part of the steamer floating on the waves, while -the other part had gone. The Bavaria lowered .a boat with six men, who gallantly fought a way across the waves., : -. - - . :: They were able to seize a rope thrown to them from the .wreck,, and rescued eight, including. Captain Gunther, who explained...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARRET. The following arethe quotations at the Exchange :eesterty afternoop: Cathart Buyer /8, sellers, 4/6, ales; 3/10 ,/9 C' atlieart Centeralr,=Bu yers" 33/; 'sol lers, 34/6. : Catheart Victory- Byers, 1/10. Great Langi Logan -Buyers, 5/; sel lers, 5/2; sales, 5/1. Langi. Logan North?-Buyers, 5/6; sellers, 5/7; sales, 5/5?~5/6. Langi Logan South-Buyeris, -13/6; sellers, 14/6.- . Do. (paid)-Buyers, 14/. Langi Logan Central-Buyersi ;4/6; sellers, 4/9;. salesi'4/5; 4/6. - ' -New Langi Logan--Bdrers, 37/; sel lers; .37/6; sales, 37/:I'cs . "Upper' Langi Logan-Buyers, • 1/6;. sellers, 1/7; sales, 1/6..
GERMAN PRESS VIEW. CHANCELLOR CONGRATULATED. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
GERMAN PRESS 'VIEW. CHANCELLOR" CONGRATULATED. BERLIN, Tuesday. The .'"Frankfort' Gazette" eongratu lates bi Lloyd George (Chancellor of thei'Echequer) on.declaring.war on the destructive race of armaments, the re action a;egiest, which ,is already. dis cernible in .all civilised countries, al tholigh this is denied by the leaders of the people __ The " Gazette' adds that if England holds herself strong enough to make a halt, it will-give a new victorious im petus to the great movement. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
'" g'.' g BB E H@ BiBB 03E] BiEBEESiBEii " -- 000oooooo000----. . S . AVING had a successful time .... g . since our opening in Ara- i g rat, we have decided to celebrate the B New Year by clearing out all REM- .N, . -:'' " H NANTS and ODDMENTS at Bargain S Prices. S Remnants in White Damask, pure, soft and full widtt ? Good.pat terns, at 1/11 per yard. " SReomnant Cretone, in Sateen and Crepe Cloth, good colorings, from S4%d per yard. ... ,,,,.. U Remnant Dresses, cream and colors, from 8%d' per yard. - H Remnant Navy Prints, 4%d per yard. Striped Ginghams, 7%d per B yard. Cotton Repp, 6%d per yard. Muslin, in Floral designs, y light, cool and refreshing, 4%d per yard. Ends of Embroidery and Insertion, to clear, cheap. Thirty-one inch Tussore Silks, at 1/6% per yard. S ,.;; , __ r$$]. - -.: .-. REMN ANTS IN EVuc Y DEPARTMENT. We are Agents for the Kabo Corsets . SWo make our own Millinery. i . ' : . ..----[$e] . 7 - Boys' Washing Suits--They wash well and keep their color.. I Oddme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 8 January 1914
Ib~btrt i~ri'l /stablis~hO Ovoi $0, . Oo~et~ay. Elrst Jssno--lst Aug., 1S1. Jubilee4stAUg, 1907T. Circulating in the Agrkcultc Glenthompi BUSINESS DIREI TORY. A VERTISER GENERAL PKRIIING O? FFICE, Ligarestreet, Ararat. MiIr THEO. G. GRANO, Barrister.at-Law, ias Rpmoved his Office to directly OPPOSITE THE BANK OE NEW SOUTH WALES A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Western Australia for-tiking -idavits in Victoria. MR H. E. WEBB, Solicitors. &c., Opposite the Court. House,. Conmmissione: of. Victoria, Trhst Afoney toLn'd " STEWART W. IvWIN, L.L.M BABBISTER AND O8LICITOB. COMMERCIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS BARELY STREET ARARAT. Moneys to lend of Freehold andLeas. hold Securities. MIR F. H. EELES. BA? BISTER AND SOLICITOB, BABELY .. STREET, ... ARABAT. (Opposite Fire Brigade Station,) ERUST MONEYS to LEND at LOWEST CURRENT RATES on APPROVED SECURITIES - Freehold or. Crown Leasehold. Will visit Willaura second and. fourth Tuesdays. JAS. Ilt. W IN, ,ARCHITECT,; 1BANFIELD SIREEP, ARARAT...