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IN THE LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 February 1914
IN THE LORDS. - In the House of Lords, Lord Lore burn'.said the reference in the King's speech to the gravity of the situation was a courageous and honorable de parture, The Marquis of Lansdowne said the declarations of polii made by Mr As quith.aud Lord Morley were too vague and unsubstantial.. Plans must be de finitely formulated, and submitted :to the people. The debate was adjourned.
MR. REDMOND MOVED. EXCLUSION IMPOSSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 February 1914
, M REDMOND si iV . " ,1,; , EXCLUSION IMPOSSIBLE. i ; ' iMr. Redmond: said there - were pas sages ins? Sir Edward; Carson's"speech which: deeply moved' him, 'though._he, protested' against the gross inipujtaion that the Nattonalists only' wanted Ul ster's'taxes. "The idea of conilict was hateful. He' did not aiit to' see the new system start under the ?terrible handicap 'of conflict.' He 'accepted the new -situation arising from the Pre mier taking the' initiative in' making suggestions, 'though'' he personally thought that-the responsibility of the initiative might fairly be -left to, the Opposition:~'l Mr i:Redmond declared that the sug gestion -that` the problem could ; be solved by excluding the counties of Down,-AAntrim;: Armagh- and Derry was utterly ridiculous and impossible;. REFERENDUM URGED. Lord Ij h u 'Cecil urged that a refer. eidpm: should be taken on' the Home Rule question. Mr Birrell:, hief Seeretary fo Ire-. laird, saidthey were,.approaching near er to peace when ...
CROIQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 February 1914
CROQUET. A match will be played on the Alex andra lawn to-day, commencing at' half-past ten o'clock, between the Alex andra and Ballarat City Clubs. The teams will be as follow, the Alex andra players being the first mentioned in each instance :-Mrs Richmond and Miss Dodd v. 'Mrs Hutton Jones and Mrs Crawford; Miss Grano and Mr Wild v. Mrs Antcliffe and Mrs Powell; Mrs J. Mc ris and Dr. Brown v, Mrs Cray and Mrs Clarke; Miss Dodd and Miss Chisholm v. Mrs Ronaldson and Miss Malyon.
CABLEGRAMS REUTER'S SPECIAL. HOME RULE. SIR E. CARSON'S REPLY. SITUATION INTOLERABLE. MR REDMOND WANTED ULSTER'S TAXES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 February 1914
CABLEGRAMS BI STB'8 SPrGIAA1. 3oME aBULB. SIR E. CARSON'S REPLY., SITUATION INTOLERABLE. MR REDMOND WANTED ULSTER'S TAXES. . . LONDON, Wednesday. The debate on Mr Long's amendment was continued to-day by Sir.John Si. mon, the Attorney?General, who con trasted tae speech of Mr Asquith, the Prime Minister, with that of Mr Aus ten Chamberlain, describing the latter as unconciliatory in tone. Sir Edward Carson, in reply, said that the existing situation was intoler able,' inasmuch as the Unionists, pend ing Mr Asquith's suggestions, were ask ed to vote the Estimates, including the pay of the army, which the Liberals threatened to send to Ulster. If the Go vernment proposed the exclusion of Ul ster, he would consult with the men of Ulster.. Sir Edward Carson added that Mr Redmond did not want the affec tions of-.ULster. but only her taxes. Mr John. Redsxounl, leader of the Na: tionalist party, who followed in the de bate, repudiated the charge of- un worthy motives. The Nationalists shar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 February 1914
A pure . alcoholic beuerage; AUCTION SALES. ARARAT STOCK SALE b - t : THURSDAY, 5th MARCH, 1914. " And -Sales will be held on the First SThursday in each month in future. .SHEEP, CATTLE and HORSES. Ait ,the Yards, Avora. Road, : Ararat, At 1.45 p.m., sharp., H , DODD & SON will Self by. Publie c L-.> Auction on the above', date, at his Sale Yards, Avoca Road: SHEEP, CAi'TLE AND HORSES. NEXT SALES: ELMHEURST-FRIDAY, 13th FEBRU ARY, 1914. GREBAT WESTERN - SATURDAY, 14th FEBRUARY. WILLAURA - SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. MOYSTON - SATURDAY, 28th FEB. RUARY. H. DODD & SON, Auctioneers. : Stock, Station and Coinmission Agent' atf Willaura-Mi Jas. Gordon._ " Great Wtstenirin-Mr'D. 2 E'iy. Moystoild--Mr H. Shalders. - Valuable Freehold Farm: WEDNESDAY, 18th FEBRUARY, 1914 At'12 noon, T : DODD and SON bave been 'favor H .: ed' with: instructions - from R. Murphy, Esq?, to `Sell by 'Public IAuc tioi, at their Office, Barkly: Street, on 18th Februaryr, 237 acres- on the Fiery Cr...
SOCIAL NOTES. LESLIE—GROVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 February 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. LESLIE-GROVES. A goodly number of people faced the &nbsp; heat and dust of Wednesday last to be present at All Saints' (says the Tumut and Adelong "Times"), and wit- &nbsp; &nbsp; ness the ceremony of the marriage on that morning of Mr Claude Victor Leslie, son of Mrs Leslie, of Ararat, Victoria, and Miss Daisy Irene, daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs S. Groves, of Tu- mut. Rev. Ross-Edwards officiated, and there was a full choir of 14 voices present, the members having attended at the invitation of the choir master, Mr F. W. Tweedie, to show respect to the bride, who, up to the time of her leaving to take up her residence at Na- randera, some 18 months ago, was a re- gular chorister attendant. Miss Ger- tie Kinred presided at the organ, and, as the bride entered the church, es- corted by her father, she played "The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden." Whilst the bridal couple were kneeling in front of the altar the choir sang "'O, Perfect Love;" during the c...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 February 1914
OBITUARY. MRS M. REED. Many will regret to learn of the death of Mrs Alice Maud Reed, wife of Mr Robert Reed, Spring Vale, and formerly of Bangerang, and brother of Mr W. Reed, of Warracknabeal. De- ceased was the third daughter of Mr John Wilde, of Ararat, and was highly esteemed by a wide circle of friends. There is a family of five daughters. In their sad bereavement the deepest sym- pathy will be extended to the husband and relatives.
WOMAN'S COURAGE. SAVES A TRAIN. SAN FRANCISCO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 February 1914
WOMAN'S COURAGE. SAVES A TRAIN. SAN FRANCISCO, Friday. Telegrams from Denver, Colorado, state: that the pluck and presence of mind of a woman telephone operator prevented a great railway disaster when the dam of the great Horse Creek reservoir burst yesterday. The water released by the bursting of the dam swept down the valley in a 100 feet wall, and wrecked a railway bridge near the town of Hudson, shortly be fore a Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy passenger train, with 150 people on board, was due to cross. Mrs Gammon, a telephone operator, although in considerable danger from the flood, stuck to her post long enough to warn the nearest station. The train was stopped by danger flags in time to prevent the threatened catas tronhe.
ASIATIC EXCLUSION. GLOOMY PROPHESY. WORLD'S FIERCEST REVOLUTION. WASHINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 February 1914
ASIATIC EXOLUSION. SGLOOMY PROPHESY. WORLD'S FIERCEST REVOLUTION. WASHINGTON, Friday. If the exclusion of East Indians is persisted in by Western nations, the fiercest revolution the world ever knew is likely to be precipitated. Thus speaks Dr. Sichindra Bose, a university professor, of Calcutta, who contends that the Hindus are Aryans, and therefore they are entitled to the same privileges as those accorded to other Aryans. If exclusion is neces sary the United States ought to make a gentleman's agreement with the In dian Government, thus avoiding a spe cial law, humiliating to the Hindus.
CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 February 1914
CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. A novel propeller attachment for use onl- bicycles., has been .marketed in Canad'-. The idea, whilst not new, seems to?? e developed on niore scienti; fi li ne s .than heretofore. As the re sl'lt- a long series of experiments, i sorviceable machine has at last been put onl the road, and is said to give aone astonishing results. The attach. nieut consists of a three-port two cycle air cooled engine, which gives off 4 ih.p. at 2500 revolutions a minute. This is supported on supplementary stays carried out from the back of the. sad dle pillar lug, and braced with down stays to the back wheel axle, after the style of a strong luggage carrie.. A two blade propeller is'attache:l to the engine crankshaft, so thatit serves also as a flywheel. The width of 'the pro peller is about that of the. ordinary Shandlebars, thus minimising .the danger of stiiking objects 'on the highway. The petrol and oil tanks are attached on the top stays, just at the rear of saddle, th...
THE NATIVE PERIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 February 1914
THE NATIVE PERIL. General Botha quoted from an article written by John Duse, an educated leader of the natives in Natal, who in June wrote to all the chiefs in South Africa, exhorting them not to pay taxes, and not to allow natives to work for whites in Johannesburg. Duse argued that a strike would enable them to extort what they wanted from the Government and the employer. General Botha, proceeding, stigmatis ed as scoundrels those who came to commence negotiations with the Go vernment with revolvers in their poc kets, and then boasted on the public platform of their cowardly action. General Botha declared that the Go wernment should have banished the syn dicalists to any part of the habitable globe, but the Umgeni was, the only ship available, and England was the most convenient destination. lie de clined to contemplate England sending back the deported men.
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 February 1914
CABLEGRAMS. SRXUTBB'S SPECIALS. Further depredations have been comi. mitted' by the "White Wolf" band of brigands. The outlaws ambushed 950 Goverinment troops and killed 1.33 of them. They captured many rifles and a conliderable amount of ammunition. Jnck Johnson, colored heav-r:?ight boxer'.hns written to the National Sporting Club asserting that their offer of £5000 to ?figt Langford for the championship is ridiculous. The tone of Johnson's letter will probably lead the club to turn Johnson down altoge. ther. It is reported that the British Labor party is intending to hire a tug for the purpose of intercepting the steamer Umgeni, which is bringing the deported South -African Labor leaders to Eng land. Owing to the uncertainty as to where the Umgeni will i..nd her pas. sengers, the scheme is rather in doubt.