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AIRMAN VEDRINES TRIP TO AUSTRALIA AFFECTED. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
AIRMAN VEDRINES TII' TO AUS'T'IIALIA .FFECICrD. TAI.\IiI. Tharliay. 'li u rernd oful Jule\ V-edriner. the fa ootts F:rench airman, to fight a duel w ith hin rival, Rinux. at Cairo. L liikely to hare ainoyting coanequeneo for \'drior-. Thr two ailrntq net inl Cair. acl: quarrelt rore . during whieh \'edrine, struck. I .1 In the face, and then refn.al a lirht a duel with Iim on h round the rndhat Ilax had diLgraeed Frnrce by his tailare to fly fromn Pari to Cairo. It is now hinted hire that the arrane. Imeant to facilitate the flight whtrh Ved ridnes proposs to o nke o tralia will .? ePndangered unless he give hatr tafe: lion,to ]oxn. floeorer, it is unrdertood nint Vrilrine trill continie hin great ightL ender the nuapicen o hi s em.jlo ra tmd in defiance of the FIrench Aerial •Loeague. •_ ,[I. Irene Qninton, nreeident of the I"rncht A.erial teague, hearig of the in. ci.rnt, on Mronday, tlegraphlie to \'id tiles: "liefht thr *tet el retuirn." Ved vtliiis replied ns folowsn---" rill f...
BRITISH ARMY SCANDALS CANTEEN BRIBERY CHARGES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
BRITISH ARMY°SCANDALS , UhN'tEN\ HP.IBhRY CII tP.Gl". r.OXDON. rhur4-ay. liI connection jitht the aney r.nteyn Flplldnl. If lramntons0 were to doe . cnt. n t to he r ,etndnet on the 17tht'I'hh names of the persona ngatns twhom then were k inl wcre enithhel. [lTh Police Conrt pro ed in.n e the result of i npeeial Insreetntoon nhith hasn bpeen-ondtteted recently with a cll w nf 1.tttin? Ite tcrettret- ot 1et~tiet mlaa in calrihousi quarlnters to the eist enceuot a femat n ttrilttneend meenp lion in regard to the cndliet of cnteeons in the British Armty.]
GOVERNMENT POLICY UNCHANGED. CABINET HARMONIOUS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
GOVERIINMNI'I' POLIC? UN. CIIANGED. CABINET II.\IIMO.I OUSi. LONDON, F:ridar. Addro.?ing his constituent.s at Kehgh. ley. Yorkshlre. ye.terday-, Mr S. O. llhtk. master, Eolicito-jGenetIl, said thnt there was not even it nrift in the Cnabinet regard. illn nantlnaltenis. Thr policiy ret!inen m nlways. The overnmflnt would main tain the superiority of the fleet: hut for eithrer uprema.cN. it aggeresion nwo ld t ingl6 IniL ui ndcided. While thee rwould mainitain their own rights, the would inot menace tite richts of others. The Governcment desired the getlwill nf all. ant Ihoped that this pltier plainly rxpresed nnd prsllled., would exorcle llt niglhtnir? of eunpieion ant distrust tiMter w hich the nations of Europe gasp ed for breath.
OBITUARY VISCOUNT CROSS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
OBITUARY VISCOUNF' GROSS. * ho: d eatth @ w 'occ urr ed of tbdeath care Croat, at the J d PB . f 911a 1jftIohaed Aiahetoan crw= B.r.I3 )L .I'·C. D.C.. LL. oat'h ti, t enaoe of Po~mwnn ae a U8nioaLt or' many rs !. "P to ntcd'7rosfn rom Imi tot0·oir M- dl, lshiret from a:t to L' and the Noan n dtiriaion of Lancashire is "18&5 andl 1F Y isant Casds wasa en re ski fr~m 1 4 to 15me !aneathain in ai8 andl 1868. In tho iattre yr he no raised tn the-peerage, and heneanI Serre tary for India, n poretfolo whinh he held ntil 18,' 'In 1895 he became Trearee'. find, from ~ 1E5 to 19M was Lord Prr3 S enl. Ift nnrriet 'in t1 daughtr '19inr Leont nod twos tfther of twe sons Rik] thren doughtet" Rio .Wie pre docenned him.)an
ART-UNIONS AND CHARITY. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
ART-UNIONS AND CIIlAIt'TY. To tile Editor of "Tho Courier." Sir.-An a parent who is tdily tryi?lg to renr a family ill such m zuanner ta to fit Lthm to will their way through lifo reoponabloy, it Is my duty to conotnntly Rgourd thon from th? many pitfal swhich he o' already ruined malny thonoando, Ilnd of which gamnlbling is one of thu worit. 'PTlro In in tho window of one of our bit dr??lry oo:ahliohmonts a 0nt00r ilnviting our children to buy a penny ticket In ll art-union whtih en titlon one of thoem to winll a doll, the nro rordo to ho dovoted to Oharity. Wlhat disgrcrnful onrnatl arr hoiong mado Into 0e of our swctoat grconl An a noitizen and th fatelor of a young fatlly, I ortor my strongret protot augaint this rmost ernicihou of evilt, rI? nro open - rent1 to gatnrd the young lives from t~hts form of ohority, whichll /u dlgrae o to this hboutitul enty.-Yaor.. otn., PA 1INMT.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
AUCTIOUS SIIUDIVISIONAL SAI ,OF .THE IVELL-KNOWN SILANNON VAL LSjTATE. The property of oMeers Martindale White Brothers, Situated Clota to the Town of (len Inuco. 'AUCi'ION SALE AT GLEN INNES. 14th ALL?CII. S11.010 ACRs? OF FlEE?:IOLD, , C.T. AND .L. LANl)S. Farmers can, rely upon Horvesting RegOlar Anonult Crops of Alnije, Potatoes, and le-sv LCopo of Oats.. A Good Proportion of Rich Agrictlturno Land. Splendid Climate. *32-inch Rainfall. .DAIPTA.LN WILL FIND THIS -PROP?IRT IS 'WIAT T11EY RIEQUILE. In conovnioet sized blocko, to suit all c?.la of buyerQ.. tIS.J?'S.-5 per oent;. on signinc of controct, 10 per cent. on taking pL:sxrcion, and balance in 10 eqanl annuual mntalmoent, bearing intoret, on unpoaid balances at the rte of i5 ar cent. per nnnum; or hyers nmry npay rash. BITERS WILL t E SHIV AT GLEN IN; IR AND bII1VEN OVER TILE PRO 'IRTT. :.Fuller Advertisements will appear later. RTIEBCSK. SON, and CO.. WEAVER and PEPtrRY LTD, Sydney. .'GREGOR an B-LOR SIA?.n Glen Innce. (Auc...
EXTRAORDINARY SUPERSTITION WOMAN MURDERED BY CONSENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
1y ICTRAORDINARH SUPER-" ST.TitN WCO.ILh 3ttIfJUEltEDflY IPCONSENT. "An entrordfniar?. tragedy. of pprrsti tloau is reorlertd Ionl Ilarr n, Wnre a nltllt nal d V'lbnlllidalnl nurdeed l is wife with her own coneent ini thoe cnlrse of a isecret ceremonial (says lhq Calcutta Corresplndent of thio "Dally E]pren" on 10th Novembr). Vaiharnidan had for so?ie time been learning the. prineiploe of Tantric wor ahip erono a monk. To complete hii otudi?e Ilhe ended a dead body. After several ulsauccessful attempto to lirocuro one, he propoa-d to 1i5 wife Lhat she should aid him in his ascret atudies by nurrendering n er life. lieo aenirerl hler thait he enouid resto-o her as soon as he nad finished his wboethip. • At mldnlght the devoted wife acrom lanird herlunbahnd to the erenmation Igrund, and there. with hor eonaent. ile cut lher ln'twn and began hie wormh.ipl to .the goddtee Knli. lib, devottona con elurded, Vnhamidan nirit several houra trying to reotorir the woman to life. tin was found ...
THE BEAUFORT STRIKE. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
TIIH BF.UFORT STI?IIIE. To the Editor of 'Tho Courier." ;lit. -i? It. ot t un a titut "hose rspon sible fer tie contiounne of theo minors' strike at Iteanfort recogniseIl tha t 1ous tko hasIn been omade in fighting the rqua.. tion of o1106-niulniath n s hIlt been looe in thi Crste F TIho trouble originally wae with thle Lmufoifrt D)?.p Leadn Lonputol.. where i feaw oon-ittistin wore o mply' edl. It wos t.lhougllt that by tailing the lnc out In nll the uines r.othe tirector of thU Beaurfort Deep Leads would bt forced to rapltulte.t I am in fnht 6yy pathy with the prioltple of men reftl ing te work wlth" non-nn iotllats. It in extremely provoking when those whol hane to igilt snl priay. for the npholitlg of union prioeilche. whlih: mean the tn proeotentr in the conditions of life f inal tmen getlHig all the beneflits of toiotsonit without cnttribtuting it penoy towaurds it slupport. 'iThe excuse of non-unionistci i tsually haoed on coosefoiice. As o nnat tee of' faet, tle tono-uuioist...
CABLEGRAMS (REUTER'S) ZABERN INCIDENT TRIAL CONCLUDING. SOLDIERS EXCITED THE PEOPLE. THE PROPOSED SENTENCES. BERLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS ZABEBN INCIDENT '1'1tL1L CONCLUJDINU. TIlE PRO1'U5tO") sENTE SCI:S HEIILIN. 'I'hllrr~day. Trin (toil iy rootl-art.il flt lii ahtr of 11to llulltColIonel 01 Ivo lltoR o .r:1I 1;loan Scad au~i charge armin l'orOl, llrllUII oO SIIIltt tJll ItIItoP IIPI th1 ooio11 ot t ine utticoll. oil Iitltt grrl,'to , alo ( 01100 ' 1110i tlioti' o lroo llt 'ln .lltall , ii' t.\a n kicldllo r ir t""'ti 11000 a 'rrlt1, 1 cifrll ' litoo Ill s11 le tilo ot OtIjO booll 10000J1O~ tilto tin trreting 00 o l i h tc l ''itnro ttti then ooocti'otlly tloltlt Wiht ;;; did not Iknow why thIe Otlplli tere rrstotl. Ch . ,oyairgo lu of on (l1l , oto'OllI1t' olo~~jr 110 to OW1101 1$ 11100 itsu~o tto oo1tiiirito 01 tsrlt~)Ititl0 Ilaiirj aIlt itonot Itoo votttititto li'lwl i'. ti jlhlllit Pllll'tttrostor t rook. yd th' I~jpentemtnll .L·Olnll I con touter shoul~lld laf oqito0 ttontttor llrlhtle of t Itlltiotovrnt, oft tiit'l tvt'too . ottho la nto Ii r ()l thet secon dt o of oooto llhltlt infrit thle liberty t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
WHOOPING COUGH lyittle boy had whopino crogh very y,ý sa Llr A. I enerson. The 00 htor, 47 I'7Go road, Mornington, It~ nr ofdtom dni nhim any coalf Strieit (hhamlxecrLagaReItHoo am! got Immoclil ro oo, I hav iyx keopt a bottle of th ,I. Hll inodidbno by ie and recomooond 00007000" Hold b7 all chemllta otoarke bo ol oojoit THE ARCADE IS TOPSY-TURVY BUT SO ARE FURNITURE PRICES, AND ALTHOUGH SOME LITTLE INCONVENIENCE MAY BE EXPERIENCED BY FURNITURE BUY ERS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS, THIS WILL BE MORE THAN COMPENSATED FOR BY THE BIG SAVINGS TO BE MADE IN ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, LINOLEUMS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, &c., &c. WE HAVE STARTED MOVING OUR STOCK INTO THE NEW WAREHOUSE AT CORNER OF STURT AND ARMSTRONG STREETS, WHICH HAS BEEN ALTERED, EXTENDED, AND REMOD. ELLED, AND IS NOW RIGHT UP.TO-DATE, AND WHEN STOCKED THROUGHOUT WITH OUR LARGE AND WELL.ASSORTED COLLECTION OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS OF ALL KINDS, WILL BE ONE OF THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND BEST-ARRANGED FURNISHING WAR...
MEXICAN SITUATION DIATRIBE BY HUERTA. WILL NOT RESIGN. WASHINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
MEXICAN SITUATION DIATRInBE By TUIlprr.t. WII.I, NOT RESIGN. \VASINGTON. 'PThurdaTy. Tho "New York World" today prints n sensational deostch frotm \teo City, base| onl what President Iusederta i alloT, Id to hove said to anl Atnleritan visitor w io onversed with him in the National P'alaco. Atoordint to tho "World's" story, P're sident liuerta expressed the ho.?' that Ilel would contaiin both Priid~iutt Wood. row \iltsoo and himlself bteftorhe would reosjgn ite Mexican 1'retid:oy. Senor I[ertL is fuirther reported t havte raid: -"'Thle time h? golo past w?tlo I would give the slightest onsidleration to anTI suggestion that I thould rresign the Ptrv deney. Once I mightt hite' rr'dined at tho bidding of aivont: hut tle?, no. It to not n qiestion of ptride nr of ambitioni with ii. but of dutyi and o)thing toel."r 'The Mexia n iresidetort ti 'or,o vor stated to have nletbe what t'r.'eid,.t Wil-[? son knew'rof Mexio or of ,~oent'r nedo?.t Mexico hod:?plenty oft mnney. The opltei whoiwant...
ATTITUDE OF CROWN PRINCE. ARMY MUST BE PROTECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
Ar'rITUDIf O' CROWŽN R'IiNCI:. 1A13,Y MUST BI?t. ROrECTUI). Trho "IBorliner Tougeblatt" mako a otateloout to.day ing regadI to the part ploayed by tlhe Crown P'rince in the aob trn trouble. Tl'h' "'l' agobl att ' stat es that li? m peria gtl o?.ghneoo do'sir that hit tro erans oero intendotd to implo that tL ipople nof Altoo.Torraine wre ,e. rinoj of te' oir olltr. 'h'lt Crowlo tlrire. i o?,-'o.oo ,O,..iotoroo thto Ih t .or of ttoo armyo uniformll ad officrs0 mut to pro. trctrd frol ioltot, ande thit it is the duty of it rommao?lder to protect his offi e?a'ount[ moe.