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THE EMPIRE'S HARBORS SHOULD BE DEEPENED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
HE EMPIRE'S HARBORS SHOULD BE-DEEPENED. L. ' ,ONDON. Thnradey.' _d.z iirrie, of ]harland anmd Wolff's I, has submitted i omornandumtu inions Trde Comnissioln, on, the need for deepeingr hl m tarnbor in onrer to provud( fat' far: and doeeer draught vossolso lie It n to tho inprovment being made at .urne, and ere~aenlo lhonp that i]OpVonIPoOt n1il b rontineed. 'Timo ion of Lord Iirrio is thn tlheo mini. Id epth of tihe Empire ports should be fossor 9ir John Bite, vic.presideont he Insltitntion of l'avnl' Arrchiteots nin Onbnmittjl n memorndmm, pro: ng Ilnt within "20 or o0 yeare a h of p) feo: twill be, profitably onr.
DROWNING FATALITY AT BRIGHTON. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
D1DOWNl FAT~A.LITY AT rn:rGHTOS~. "I.: f.OCTWV. -Pridae. The body of a man anad William' L D. Btae. a recifnt a o Brighton Fmefr. em toed tying ea daiwzewdo in abm: 19 imtiet or 3 free eE athe on tll* bench It ab oo 3 oche thin aftereoon. D, WelLe. wo wa a oCt for. reatdeavoi to a et.e animation, bet withoat ormmN. Deam'm.t hakd be: hie borne aboa2t O'OIU* in the aftermoo Irttbt the imtenoit of having a wim. , ad it'waa only to boor later wham 3tr Atb.on Brooks tooo. the baty. The oottr has been roeportd to the Coroner.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
ANTINEURASTHIN Tratment of N ,VOUIS AND WASTING DISEASES. 7ie wondereul .roportirn of Atinon-I rasthin (Lecithin in an nbsolutely pure form) for succressfully treating all nerve naladim, dyspepsia, amenia. rheumat jIN. Ctc.. and mcpartinl permanent men tail and ne'rvo force. roeect the latest and most important achilovements in medical tscince. One of the most important of the won ilerful results obtained by this treat ment is that not alone do?s it build up the nervous soyetem by feeding the hra?n and nerve cells with their natural food element, bit on account of its beneficial no,, tiou upon the process of nutrition and upon the blood, the wholo general health show- prouot improvemcnt, particularly in wa-?ting d2,sc?a?is A GUARANTEE. To eve purchase a full analysis is given. anil with every shipment an inde pendent analysis for Lecithin contents is made by a sworn public analyst. nend this a-ain is declarrd bcforo the British Cos?ul-t conra ! Antinearmetblin is in"ua ront.ed t. ho...
WOMAN SAVED FROM DROWNING. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
WOAlN SAVED FROII'DR.OWNLNG. BOI~RŽ.E~. PraL~. I Thur iirani E abedt Malinar. 4gd 22. a aur.-od C anving inDaada otter South Melbsorn, wa obxrrtd on the Kerford 1oei Pier readiez a Iett.r. nddenhv stn tore It up.; ad a amewc later aha aon Er l Eii g in the. cater. IL P S!orrieM. oi od the izahidea. aý:ntd a bxr-h iut. with which ber n pxted the dm~rrir; Cowan =Rid toa. ¢xn in a t ,"t reererd her. Mre 3(MI lineer wan then tr-ae farred to ita, met boeruee ffesital. chbrr te .ar; ad mired rffeerian I frt the effects of im rm seand reatetacraebtia_. She ja. lortene Dr Wateoa that bhe had felt de prenad fora b ons time.
BOXING. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
BOXING. L0O\ DO\ "Tho-4ie. Ale?t .canlon. the Queensland boxer. h.I another rhatch in iondoni o-nigbL H met "Co.-'nr" Anderon in a ten ronc' ttes:itet t The Ring. The fight ma- d.eclarel a draw. The attept to anar?b?a _match b treen the n.c.lLth bheart.eihfr "Benom. b.rdier" WelL and "Batnd-man" Blake. nwho rnen-lr defeatet the "Dixie Kid." has tai'. Mr Bor?e. a leadiaa p-o'oter. is orrinz a £. 25 pane for a match be. teen BE!ake and Ge',pez Carpentien the Prench ehampioe. It is nnderetoo?l that Carpeantier is illin' ton eet Blake. LONDON).. Friday. It it anananced tho'-a match ao ban arrtroy betwen G?t?'- Carbn'tn:e and "Bart--.-an" BLate fcr L50) a-sid and a paco of .2IYXO.
MINERS AND PNEUMONIA. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
MISERt.IAN PNEUMONIA. I.ONSON, Thursday. Sir Atmroth Wright. director in medi cal charge of the department of therapeu tic inoeulataon. tt. M3ar-' Hospita., Lon don. in the concludaing portion of his re port upon the eaages of pneusmonia am onet the miners enp the and mines. Mates that h?- ids the blood of the African native. especially the tropi cal native. different fronm that of the En ropean. in being incapable of developing bactericidal power towards the paeumo nia perm. -o that high mortality is al monet inevitable. The actnat life in the mines ar the elimate, he says. doee not play a part in the development oa the dis ave. Fe recommnende rcgular inocua. tion. in ceder to inure the sytem ag-ainst the germ.
INTER-STATE NEWS [REUTER'S] THE NORTHERN TERRITORY HOW IT CAN BE HELD. NOT A PARTY QUESTION. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
INTER-STATE NEWS: THE NORTHERN TERRITORY I11W 'T (CAN liBE ftC?l). NOT' A It'ITY' Q 'UES't'ION. SiYDNNY, hnid p. If tustralia desires to hold the Nortl en)l'erritory a crusideoblo aonount of money lwU, (ave, to be spent in daeolop menftnl work, is thire opinion of nlodge Ieon?,l of th 'T'erritor"y Sopreme Court. rho arrivedn in Sydney to-day by the stor mler Iloutuoau. Judge lBevan hies ben in the 'Perritory for 'Jt months, and Ires token kern ine te?rest in its doevelopment. 'The Northern Territory qu?ction. hIe oid, 'ua ao mnore t party mnatter than defence. If Aus trelia )as going: to lold the North she Itust delelop it, leou)oe it wea unroenn able to suppoe,1 thoL either by dennOrtiC" or in-ernaton.'i tlaw slmo c?ld h retaill such rountry if it were not effectively oc cupiedl. At the Ilhreerhold wre hn?e -wtteeern nations. with their terming Ifepu latinn. If Austrlia did not do ee me - thing with the Territory it seemtl in evitalle that thee wld. What imprrrelt hinm moat in his ...
"WE WANT BEER" "WHISKY NO GOOD TO US." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
"WE WANT BEER" "wIt1SKY NO GOOD TO US:"' "Tlh?nk yon," ch?erfltly otorved a ooupl e of man with t police record be hind teiom. whten thheir aeototoce for tattil ing a btltlo of whiskhy was announced at thie Tow. Court ysoterttay. Both had II "rilorww" to tleir discredit. and both had only a few daysago completoted on Iotncen of 12 moonths att GJlong. They appear to rbelong to Lht nem of inodivi dual .who eanlot khoep out of mischiof, nd whose pooeora of resistance when con fronttl by terootttioo amotunt to nil. Oneo of ttmn. (Charloe Vlniolag., agd ft y.tar. to oerveod tormo for laorcny, in sulting btehoviorl foundh by night in - dwelling,. vngrnney,. nd drnnk,,and din orderly.. fitu ebnfl'o, o.MEiohael txton. ag.eod .f3 "ea"luos; ,ntiturred. tho-usual pen altit? for drunkmmenne, being'an idle and dli.ooorderly Ie,r . o ting oth one htnguapge, .agrny, anod oftottiov behaviorio , eto. With ??ooh t weight ofgideroneo of ns0 Itonoos tlhind themo ht?bir astonishmoto t at rbeing theo rrr...