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BERRINGA. MINERS' ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
BEHRINGA. M3NEES' AN1VERSAtRY SThe conuuitteW of tho Rokowmod, Pit field, and Berringa branch F.M..IA. have nnder considcratiou a lxropomlcl to run ai unrcgistared polmU ee mctcung. as m-ll 8 40 picnic. u l.ieu of the uaul re cistord raco meeting. on thle -cuiol of thu onnnivena r" cqlebration. to .tak.i pilac noxt month. With that end is' vowi. it is propmofd to approach thle Progrics Committee to effoct certuli improvoment to the ItHcroation ltscnrvc. It is con tended tlt o preiou on Pou occtos tile long distanco tobe covocd to,re'h th rocecourso has materiolly Bfructcd to local attendance. and the holding of the colebration on this occnion in the hrt of'the town will givo men. wonen, and ch?ldren overy opportlity to take pacrt
BUNINYONG. OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
BUNINYONG. OPFENSIVT . TILVIORt ALtGED. A middle-aged mat named J. cott. etrangcr to the diatrict. was arretced by CoesLa Olney and Fulton on Wednesday. nd bharged with offetsive hbehnavior. He was brought before Dr ,ongdea and Mr E. M. Tonkin. J.1'.. auo pleaded guilty. and said he wa suffering from the ef fecet of drink. Evidcnce was given that accused behaved "indecently beefore ome little girLs. A fine of .,, or n aouoth'o imprisonment. was im ased. Accused ;waB sent to the B?llarat iaol. .
CASTLEMAINE. CADET PROSECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
'C AS'TLMAINE. CADET 1'IOSECUTEDo. A. L. Cr6, u cadet. during Ulo past 18 months defoed the o-int officer. and on it summons being ia?sed against him- ho cleared out. A warrnt was isuedr fot his arrost, and thL beiBgl.ffectse hoewna brought up at tlh lPolice Court yesterday. and at the rque~-t of Arva Uffircr Capt Jame, was ordecred to be handul over to Otle commander of tle fortresos at Quoe.no cliff to unlcrgo 36 da)s' eoroed l trianioa to make ulp his -ills. "
CASTERTON. ANGLICAN CURATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
CASTERTON. 1ANGTCAN' CURATE. Rev. C. i1. Chalmers, late of St. Aid an's College. Ballarat. arrived at Caoter. ton on Thursday to take op duty as cu. rate to Rev. F. Stillrell. The vircar and family are spending a month's holiday at Portland. DEATH OF RACEHORSE. 3IMr Jnames Ilanlo's hurdle-racer, Rini ski. letsedl by him from Mr IIO.O. Mao leod. of Merino Downs. hay suceumbedi to alt attack of intflammation of the liver. Ito won hurdlle races' last year at Mount Gambier, Casterton. nd Itartmiton.
FREE TRADE V PROTECTION. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
FRliE1 TR1D?DE V PROTECTION. To the Editor of "The Courier." Sir,--ln Tl'huraday's "Couri'er" 'r tao. A. ,M'Nril eret to appreiate highly Sir Greorge.l tin's remarn.o.tat heto a-wo til "a rabid Frrtirhder." ',l shouh| lik. to know if our, factorier here could h br oe ereasfullTy carried on under Free-trade rlle when we pat- higher -umgc.- trr ohorter huors than other tuu tries. 1 real.ttoit o Cootnat houe i a pltre tlhert eusotots or dluftir on 0 ports a,,d imnurts are t ollottt. , therefore under f'ree Tratde there i. no occasion for such on i~efit I tion. Mr \f'Neil being a flear-headed polititotn may make the subject Ioru? trmnspttrent fur us, ald point rolt a well aeeouttry that does not protect itelf- Yours, etc., N)VICL'.
PATRIOTISM AND PLUCK [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
PATRIOTISM AND PLUCK. (By "Caplnln.'2 BSonm terrible senesu wern eoncted in itngdanla on the day previous to the ar rival of thle .British troops. One rorroe pondent repolrted that Theodore brought ont. the IttuipeInI captives Mid beforo their eyes slow W40. prisones, men, wo n-eou, and ehildraen; lnuny of whoml bud been kept for' yearn i ohainO. Thoee were simply thrown oi .the ground like olmany batl--lt-edo tied, to feet. Tho tyrant then sloshed almng theim with his swornd until ie was tinmel. then orde?ed the remainder to In, shot doln, and all thrani over the prcnipice. This action etolld 'l'hedlorrn' eawe, and Sir Rloberi Nopier 'deolateil inltant iurrendier o thei aeiptive withiout aiy oendlitions at iaching other than tile ihonorable trear meniiit of thsn?lere hliself anod fannily. Ily i o'clck tlnt eveningi tile iaptives ar rival in a pit.iable condiiio, hbut Napicr wlal- datrimunie to nave Ib'htonloi -- and tagdalan. Thllnolore ldeclined to turren dher the townl or tile 70...
BISLEY RIFLE MATCHES MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
BISLEY RIFLE MATCHES " . I'MELOURtNE. Friday. Speculation is already being iundulged it as to who shall repes?ent Victoria at the ti?les riele matchles, to be decidedl in ,olt. Tle chlanrce of Charles Croes. of totlingwood. and Stanley Eddwards, of Melbotrne Ilittlle Clubt. are incutlioned as certaioties; whilo lt S. A. Long is als, reckonnl to have a'gorod chRuco of ?rlec. tion. -Victoria is entitled to only threro repres?enttatives ill tle' team. The posi tion of .heettingaptain In laybe ofle'el eitlher r I'. Fargpher,. of theo Victorini ltitle Association. or [Mr Andrew Forgo. iin et?ll-knorn oeonstaoderi. It Is simticipates that if ho is sable to spar the time. M1jr Merrett. chairman of tiu V.I.I Council. will go homo as commah Idcr of thel teaim:
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
OBITUARY Thae dea ith ocettrred last teteing. after a long illness. oe tir Ales. lloyd Etwoard. pointer. hr.. of Skiploaa stirta. Diaennsd. who was in his Soth year. w s well kntown anti Ihighlyr repealcted. atodl for runnoy ears cns it promtinent aatlmber of Eloatiaeer I'retsbterloaln Chureh. lfun wi\fit predak or eale himiteight ea-rs frsot April. Atnother of liallorotto btani of sturdly pinesin Mir Wota. ilnamtiton. of Sehas topol street. Bitllo rot Sooth; iied yester day at the ago of tJ rents. Tlhe deieane retired frottactive r otrk about it atonthit agoodalndiltorerlyheihltd notaanjttedtlgot healta. lie atn n antole of Darrel. .yr attire. Scotinatat anaad cmate to Atuts-traiia 45 rteacs go. lie oans a wea-rer by finale. oani for iti yrars roam enrotrirtl w-ith the Iallarat Wttllra tills. At tlr time of his rectirament tat held a rasponsible io. cittoaa n tatsistdant mannager. Ito wns a slaunrih t-haarchmaatoo. toe a looar tiaa he roaa e orlcted awith St. lolot o Citarei tata s...
HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS ow peopleo henido phyii?.on roalioe th- imnlnrtunon of loopi?lng tho food (,rl innt of theo ntmach free from rcd fer montntion. IInalth?v normal digetion annot toko phice whin tlohe dliote lin ing of tihe batomnrl in hobeing ininuoed Rnld diitended by orid nd wirnl-tlho rrsolti of fermenting fi?n in theo ntonmnoh. in necu-re erfect digestion, foInntntion nonu;t bI stoninr'd or prvso.ntl. and tho n n.id oIlolltli-l?l For thiis pupo?e phy nicins 'usualiv reommenod gtlling ia it tle hisniraool mnignooia from tlo helnmist nd nlakin hIoltf a tamnponnfnil in little hot or nodd niter immediately aflnr ont Rg. i'l'hv rnommno nd hi'-nrntnl mnag nlein, Innoju'?r it in plnnntn. to lanke, lanr no dollrnal,lo aftenr effect., and instnnt Iv itolln frrmnntnbtion, lnon trlion lion .id, and imnkeoi tihe ,nr acid food blndl. sea. l rno onoily dionotml. 'T'hI, rgular noo of bionrn?nd mognolin n' nuo yun got l th blrmnnl, an Other kinrlo of monrnia nare of litt...
THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
'? 'THE WOMAN -THOU OAVEST ME This is theo titlenof Hall COinsr' Tantent book, about which thorn ino murh divr sityof opinion. lThlern ao many homgeo in Auotrldia in whLicl thorn in mooch domes-. tic diooinfort, simply Honooro the wife in nearly always ill anid complaining. A sick. onvinio wife nnk?n th- uhan nonrvy and lad.tomprnr~n. All this w all no avoided. nod the wife necoman woel andl strong, if sho hmon a knoowledge of the mn-o tonos of the "(loidn to llealtlh.' Send 2 eenny stamps for pintnao to I)nDopt. \.D., Indie?' Col ego of Health, at Oxford nt.. Sydeny; or 46 nli bloth mLrot. Monl. bornn, and a opy of Ihin wondelrfd book -.oi be soenL you fem.
COLISEUM PICTURE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
COUSTSUM PIC?rURE I'ALACE. Tlhor will be the usual "double star' biil tt the Coliseum to-niLht, and apart frcm the extra fcature tilln, lth pro gramme presenttl dshould be snore alln enough to draw a patcknld houne. F:irt in point of mterit in a pcrtinularly bright ai , atlttractl ye list of pi etut re in "A Ro mtnrce of ,rin"--an e.toeptioolly power ftl Lrish drmt. It is otrtug in every branch of the nmving picltre art--cc tion of ernctve, pholography. plot ault oituation. sltaging. acting. aod etnot-oncl senes aid incidenlt. flight from. the first scno at the opeontng of the dnama -?nle a nleto rellistiC struggle taken. place betsc?ver two rivals for tihe affectioo of a ollreen--to the final oor (whenonil innocent loan is reprieed lust as the' ht.tr is ibot to Pbe lIace round his I tsck' the spct'ators alr kept on tihe teon ter-hooka of sotsltorcad csepectation, while thrill after thrill is experincce ats thel plot of the dntr i i unfolded. Nrot in Poutt of meritt is "The Shootig ...
SERMONETTE "Quit you like men. Be strong."— 1 Cor., Xvi., 13. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
SERMONETT E "Quit con like meon. lie trong." I abr., xvi.. 19. (Continned.) TPe idelt litnt Lreist'socs gleoming before ns infinitely tnrasseluls tlhat'ot lumter ned tile Greks; and yet. strnnge 11 it mny appenr, thlought le lifts it to sclh we erint feibgilts, lie at the sameo time brinigs it within reach by espplying the nmora eaergn'ethrincghi cheia alone it can be ahiieved. i'al'n ls conceVtin of manhood was de rivred from Jesus Cl(rist. Ilaving once behlel ILiltn who is "Tile ioliesnt anoung the tighty?" qllc the Mightiest armong tile hIoly" there was htencetortit for himt but oeo- iddel, that if thie Sinless eone of MAn., In ntlmeoting theseu Corintlianls,. theret forn., to "jilay the mane." te wan calling thene to en en's go-ans-ye-y-plete?o tonutn meent. noith C hnst aned Ilis cleostie atl eways appeal to thie heroic that is ill aIer, hbut whlth is no Itftie odden by self-it ihlgeile andle "snOihei by ne ignobie eu?." thalt If taers ita Cthrit to find it and to rail it forth...
MEREDITH. LARCENY OF CORDIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
MEREDITH. ,ARCFlNY btF CORDIALS. At thei rolie Conrt on T'hurrdny, Jo seph Kelly, Jas. Riley. and Arthur Self, three Inbdrere, were gboen evren darys' ha. prinanmealt for ateeling cordials. &e., COUNTRY NEWS from the otorerocom of John ltohey, it MIerelith. ol 20th Delcember. Jo. lfyofi pleadeod guilty to unlnawfolly strippin. wattle bark fIrom to' Anokio Stnta lvor. ant. Iand was fined .Ei.M Nonrtlo Waloh, licenseo of tho linRilway hotel.'Elot, woi elharpged with traftickiug on Sunday. Tho cusp was disminred.
AMUSEMENTS BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
AMUSEMENTS B - TALTAI.AVLB'13IiU.BITiON. Wellitls,'e'rv liopltlarity cotntinulle to attrLed tile Dxhsiblion. !?ithe fri exi hil iting iare it pI M?i,. their noto oa and tile thoaught of tlheir g6is o tiU minds of Itldlnrt.andi disricLt. 'I e moving oris a rhilsory is esp'cially attractive, but to tliv intelligent visitor so?ao'of the trade dis Ila~ reo niso lass ineTnetingi . :Ysterdtli teilon'otratioti in fruit-precerviug by 3LLMi Knight wcro watu.ched by tlrgro 111nu bri? of tivopho, rtostly iuadlis.. In tihe trcitilg tho Orlpthaage chrildroe wnort pro sent by itiriatlion. 'LThe inorvillo pstuors wers wltittised bIy a large enawO't j'ho dit rivel plenty of fili front tbin. 'T'e I SaN y ?'bibit is bicoilnigi one ct tlte chlief 'Itnti to of attr?ctio sin ter Chie'f 'tiiy IOtffir looiier hall bien i ll in charge of it. and ate' Istl night ite sasi to be neell I with an adiiirieg throng ixund him, ait little hoarsn , butt still hJiling forth pIr. si.siveOlt ot tin e'at-lataCges of dle...
TATYOON. LOCATION OF STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
T. ATYOON. i LOCATIO. OF STflS SCHOOL. ,ecognising that tile duction')epart. went . on- malinga serionl blounder in hittiog the Statc school from its preant rite to the railt, Station. thio rsidents baro petitionse tle dleparltment to recon ider the pro?,?l. Tl'ho Ilpetitioneto point but that with tllh' trowh f seitlel?jolt on .the pllin the retool will be urgetly seeded at its pre?enot location. adl...loant the children at presetot attending it woulds have long dizitncrC to travel- to sehool tafter tihe ppreued change.