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CORRESPONDENCE. [To the Editor.] SUNDAY BAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
OORREBPONDENCuE. [To the Editor.] SUNDAY BAND CONCERT. Sir, - In reference to the con cert whiea was arranged to be given by the Citizens Band in Alex andra Park on Sunday afternoon last, I would like the public to know that it was the intention of the band to give ia recital in tee park if our new unifornms had beein finished. . Unfortu nately they did not come to hand, therefore tlhe band committee decided to postponethe recital 'until after the 3Ielboimrn contest, and the collector was instructed- to notify the imen jn charge of the gates to that effect, a duty which lie failed to do, hielpe the bungle. The money that was collected at the gate we have decided to hand over tb the Ararat:Iospital, which ac tion we trust-.will meet with the ap proval of the many donors.-Yours, etc., = W, 3OENEY, Secrotar1.
HOSPITAL NEW LAUNDRY. THE WORK TO BE PROCEEDED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
HOSPITAL NEW LAUNDRY. THE WORK TO BE PROCEEDED WITH. At the special meeting of the com mittee of the Ararat Hospital and Benevolent Asylum, held on Tuesday evening last, Mr J; Irwin. architect, submitted an amended report as fol lows regarding the building of an up to-date laundry at the instit::.:cn: "I beg-to inform vonuthat in conjunc tion with your sub-committee, I have given further consideration to this mat ter, and herewith submit to you another scheme. In doing this I wish to point out that in order to make sure of the position with reference to steam, 1 waited on the Chief -Inspector of Fac tories, and that gentleman informed mle that no closed steam boiler is al lowed without a certificated person be ing in attendance, and the wage set out for such an attendant is 1/ per hour. Without a steam boiler there can be no drying room, and this I take is the principal requirement of the laundry. It is proposed to work the hydro extractor, washing machine and 'mangle by electricity...
APPOINTMENT OF STAFF NURSE. MISS MILLICENT JORY SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
APPOINTMENT OF STAE. NURySE.i 311M 8 MILLICENT JORY SELECTED. I On Tuesday evening last Mr W. A.I Claringbold (President) presided over a special meeting of the committee of the Ararat Hospital and Benevolent Asylum, when the appointment of a staff nurse at a salary of £65 per an num, took place. The applicants were Miss Beatrice Welsh and 2Miss Milli cent Jory. ente a pplication of Mies Welsh was riupported by testimonials from the re illent surgeon, and Dr. Bonnin,.whilst the present matron expressed her desire to see Miss Welsh appointed. Miss Jory did not send any testimonials with her application. . I The President :said that ho had no feeling in the matter, but he.believed. that Wiss Welshl could. not complete heer three years"' training until about three months had expired. He thought it might he as well to let that be known to save anything being said after. A proposition was received that they -hIould make the appointment in the usual way, by.ballot. M'r Rochstein did not t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
AUCTION SALES. "O UT G BROS. AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Land, Finance and'Commiaaian Agents, ARABAT. Head Offices-HORSHAM, HAMILT0N AND NHIL4L. Branch Oftces-Willaura, Lake Bolse, Casterton, Murtos, Minyip, Warrack nabeal, Beulah, Rupanynp, Dimbools, Donald, Goroke. Agencies at Strathdownie, Banyena and Hopetous. Auction and Clearing Bales Coadacted in any part of the State. LAND SALES A BPECIALTY. Trucking arrangements made for eat Stock going to Ballarat and Mel bourne Markets. Trast Monies to Lend at Caurreal ate S of Interest. AGENTS FO Denny, Lasecelles Ltd., Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agents, Gelong'and Melbourne. The Australasian Mutual Live Stock Assurance Society, Limited. The New Zealand Insurance Co.. Fire and Marine, Accident, Sickness and Employe-'s Liability, Plate Glass, etc. Cooper's Sheep Dip. Business arranged with all the Leausiig Firms of Aucti-neers a New Snnt*: Wales rnd South An?tralia. YOUNG BROS.' ARARAT STOCK SALE. ;THURSDAY, 19th...
SIMPLY WONDERFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
SIMPLY WONDERFUL. "'My little girl, Zelda;'isuffered so continuously with. croup that ' I began to. think.she would never get better," writes Mrs Gauntlett, 169 Adelaide :.Road, Newtown, N.Z. !'Seeing. Cham berlain's Cough Remedjr advertised I thought I would try it, and could see a change in herstraight. away. It is simply wonderful how quickly Cham berlain's Cough Remedy relieved the child." .For sale by Cust and Scholes, Gen. Merchants; T. A. Wild and A. Gamson, chemists, Ararat.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
CRICKET. A match will be played at Stawell on Saturday next between the Ararat atl 3tawell Railways teams. JOEL: JOEti V. CROWLAND'S. Matches in the Gramlpians competi" ion' were resumed on Saturday lat Jrowlands met Joel Joel, on the ground if the former, when, in spite of the 'teat, a pleasant game resulted. Fl oowing are the scores : Joel Joel. t. Farisb, b-G. Wilkinson ... 1 '. Moore, b H. Price ....... 3 G. Palmer, c M' Grath, b B. Price 11 A. Vane*, b Radford .. .... II A. Hdll, b H. Price ........ . 'Loughlan, b G. Wilkinson.. .. 1i W. Ford, bI 1. Price ........ i. Potter, lbw, b G. Wilkinson.. T. May, b G. Wilkinsoon .... '. Hall, e 3. Price, , b II. Price .. G. Cox, not out .. ...... Byes .................. Total ... .. ... Bowling.-G. Wilkinson, .4 for 3i; B. Price, 1 for 40; H1. Price, 1 f 23 ; H; Radford, 1 for 12; China I for 5. Crowlands. A. Wilkinson, c and b M' Loughlau 11 \. Dawe, b E. Farish .. .... .. W. Wilkinson, b E. Farish ...... 3. Chinn, b L. Farish .. ........
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. CROQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. CROQUET. A match was played at the AlexanIrn green on Saturday between the alex. tndra. and Ballarat (lubs. The gm "esulted in a win for Alexandra by 51 ioints to 52. Results: Mrs Anteliffe and Mrs Powell, 2 pts M. Miss Grano.and fMr Will, 24 pointy Mrs Gray and Mrs Ilonaldson, II points, v. Mrs Morris and Dr. Broen 16 points. Mrs H. Jones and Mrs Crawford, points, v. Mrs Riclhmond and Mis )odd, 14 points. Mrs Clarke and Miss Malyoro 9 noints, v. Miss Chisholm and Mi Dodd, 17 points. An invitation has been received fron the gamilton Club by the Alexanlka Club to take part in a mnatch at tht :ownv The invitation has been accept id, aid a team representing the Alh. indra Croquet Club will leave for lln_ .lton probably on Tuesday next.
ARARAT WATER SUPPLY. DISCUSSED AT BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
ARAERAT WATER SUPPLY. DISCUSSED AT BOROUGH COUNCILI MEETING. At the meeting of the Ararat Bor ough Council held last night, several matters respecting the Ararat water supply were considered. RETICULATI.O. OF THE TOWN. The consulting engineer to the coun cily acknowledged the council's cont munication asking him to revise the plan of the water supply reticulation of the borough. He said he regretted that he was unable to comply with the request, as he had not the time at his disposal to undertake the work at the present time. He returned the plan. In reference to the copy of levels and trench marks of Mr Dent's survey, etc., all the field and level books were handel to Mr Fowler on completion of ttie work, and were retained by him, ,ind provably if he were applied to lihe could give the information required. LETTERS FROM DEPARTMENT. The secretary of the State Rivers anl Water Supply Department forward ed two letters as follows:-" In continu ation of my letter of 22nd ultimo, I de si...
TO DO OTHERS GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
TO DO OTHERS GOOu. "I have been living in S.W. Qcy ' :and for thirteen years," writes.? R. Tindalo, Editor of the Cune?s 'Watchman." "During that tiWu. 'lave been subject to attacksf di5 :hoea. and have alwavs found CLUD berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Riem: to quickly relieve me. I can reel send it to anyone suffering freo1 ,te oneplaint. You may uso this e as you see fit, for it is written 5 ,thers good." For eale by Coutn. Scholes, Gen. Merchants; T. A. •nd lA. Gamson, chemists, Ararat. GOT VERY WEAK. " My boy, Jack, was very bh?' _. liarroea," writes Mrs \l. Lee. ?o.? W.S.W. 'For quite a fortnigh?t bu,? ill and got very weak. .1) fU',li bought a bottle of Chnmbcerlat's ?r and Diarrhoea Remedy and to i prise one dose completely e?del him." For sale by Gust and ` d a Gen. 1Serch, nts; T. A: Wild aU Gamson, cbeeists, Ararat.
ARARAT BOROUGH COUNCIL. ORDINARY FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
ARBAAT BOROUGH COUNOIL. ORDINARY FORTNIGHTLY MEET ING. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Ararat Borough Council was held last nigat at the Council Chambers, Town Hall. There were present-Cr G. Burn (Mayor), and Crs C. A. Brandt, W. Tibbles, E. J. uimpson, W. Tim -mins, J. Tuson, T. Impey, E. Stephen dn. a?d J. Irwin. CORRESPONDENCE. Frcni Dr. Brown, reportii ; case uf lyphoid .fever, the patient being Luke Patrick Fay; 19 years. From Dr. Cam eron, repotting another case, the pa tient being Harold Ivy, 19 years of age- '"Received. Front Dr. lHayman, reporting case of pulmonary tuberculosis. IReceived. From Clerk of Courts, forwarding £1 5/, moiety of fines for January. Re ceived. From State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, asking if there were any water supply objections against the granting of the application of Ellen Delahov under section 145 Land Act 1901, for 3 acres in section K, to south of allotment 13, in the parish and town ship of Ararat. From same, with a similar ...
ARE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
ARE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. "I was inclined to be constipated and was always compelled to take 8 laxative, - writes Mr Hugh M'Naugh. ton, Lubeck, 'Vic. "Chamberlain's Tablets were recommended to me and a few dosej relieved me of this trou blesome complaint. I think so highly of them that now I take an occasional dose, which helps to keep me in good health." For sale by,Cust and Scholes, Gco. 3Mrchants; T. A. Wild and A GQqison, chemistet Ararat.
LINER ASHORE. FOUR HUNDRED PASSENGERS ABOARD. A NARROW ESCAPE. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
LINER ASHORE. FOUR HUNDRED PASSENGERS ABOARD. 'A NAR10W ESCAPE. NEW YORK, Tuesday. .The Fabro Steamship Company trans-Atlantic line Roma (5,291 tars), from Marseilles to Boston, with 400 passengers on board, was driven ashore in a blizzard on the rocky shoals of No Man's Land, off the coast of Massa chusetts. In response to wireless calls for aid, United States revenue cutters were de spatched, but later fragmentary wire less messages stated that the Roma bal been refloated, although in a damaged condition.. No Man's Land is a :dangerous is land,. and it is believed that only the direction of' the gale enabled'the Roma to escape.:
TYPHOID FEVER AT ARARAT. COMPLAINT FROM A RATEPAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
TYPHOID FEVER AT ARj COMPLAINT FROM A RATEPAyhl1 Last night at the meeting of the art. rat Borough Council the followin?, e• ter was received from Mr Ii. E. Web solicitor :-'' I have been consulted b' Mrs Anderson, of King street, Ararat, boardinghouse proprietor, respetit, the serious damage she has sustainea l8 reason of the nnwarranted reports au.] statements made by you and your o?, cers concerning her premises, reflectin, upon the cleanliness of themr a.nd hr conduct in the carrying on of her busi. ness. I understand that for years past my client has often complained to Yo and your officers regarding the state of the council's drains adjoining her property. Owing to the drainage from tihe houses facing Barkly street, ie. tween King and Queen streets, runni" into the drain along the right.of. t and lodging by her premises, and benay unable to get away on account of thl bad construction of the drain, the odor from sneluch drain is very frequently iex. ceedingly offensive. Your of...
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. INDUCTING A PRIEST. OBJECTIONS BY MOB. SERIOUS FIGHT WITH POLICE. NEW YORK, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
CABLEGRAMS. MBUTB's fPRECIATLM INDUOTING A4 PRIEST. OBJECTIONS BY MOB. SERIOUS FIGHT WITH POLTCl. NEW YORK, Monday,. Serious rioting is reported to have taken place at South Bend, Indians. Twenty-five policemen .tried to aid the sheriff in carrying out an order. of. Judge Fink that Rev. Stanislaus Gruza be placed in charge of St. Casimus Polish Roman Catholic Church. A mob of 200 men and women, after fighting for two hours prevented the efforts of Father Gruza to take posses sion of the church. The fire brigade was called out to help the police, but its services were unavailing, as the mob threatened to cut the hose. . Rev. Father Gruza was appointed to the church a year ago, but the people objected, and asked the bishop to sup ply another priest. The request was refused, and the case was then taken to court, and the judge ordered that Father Gruza should have possession. Seven of the rioters were seriously in jured. and about 100 were hurt in the conflict with the police.
GREAT WESTERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
GREAT WESTERN, . social lwas held in the Methodist shool Iall last Wednesday ovenin, ithe occasion being to bid farewell to Miss Brandt, who is leaving for Ararat. During the evening Miss Brandt was presented with a ilver epergn a small token of thanks and. appreciation for her work, both in the church and day School. sr Bannister, wnho is also leaving, was at the same tine pre. sented with a silver bread fork. The very dry seaeon has had a great effect on the fruit, which is very small, fand nless rain comes within the next weeks, thgrape crops will also suffer considerably. Some of the pad docks are bare of grass. The birds, as usual, are doig reat damage tthe fruit as several re searnts have invested in the bird. be s closs eit is hoped there will The l. o i consequence. The local railway station has at farmers are er buy appearance, as the which in this localt has been of fwheat field and also of goas en of a fality ....v? oo~tquait a fa'r
TURKEY'S LOSSES. BARGAINING WITH GREECE. CONSTANTINOPLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
TURKEY'S: LOSSES. .BARGAINING WITH GREECE. CONSTANTINOPLE, Tuesday. The Grand Vizier (Prinee Said' Ha liin),. when receiving the foreign Jdi plomats on Monday, reaffirned" the Porte's resolve to 'respect the Powers' decision as to the future of the Aegean Islands., "Th'e next step," he. added, ' will b' the retrocession of. the Dodecanese Islands, occupied by "Italy, 'and this will. be .effected-as soon as-'Italy has obtained certain railway concessions in Asia Minor. for which negotiations are. proceeding.:. When- the Dode canese Islands have been surrendered to .us direct negotiations will be opened with Greece with the object of exchang ing them for Chios and Mitylene, which have been given by the powers to Greece."
NEGRO LYNCHED. A LEAP TO DEATH. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
NEGRO LYNCHED. : S.LEAP TO DEATH.. NEW YORK, Tuesday., Stopping, an Illinois-Central passen ger train, near the town' of Love, in Mississippi, 50 masked'men -forced a sheriff, under' cover of their revolvers, to deliver up two negroes' who bad been accused of having wounded a mill owner. The sheriff declared that one of the prisoners was not guilty, whereupon the 'mob released him, but' compelled the other to,leap from a bridge with a rope round his neck. It is 'likely that the millowner, who was ambushed a week ago, will die.'
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
It is reported that London Gas Com panies have purehaised millions, of tons i of German coal at 3/ per ton below the English prices . ... , A German engineer, named Belliner ( has journeyed by. balloon.from Buter feld to Kirgsehan, in the Ural Moun .tains, a distance- of- 1875 miles, .in 17 hours. This is believed to be a- re cord. The :seconds have decided that as M. Vedriies refused to give satisfac- I tion to MI. Rona, the law. of. honor pre vents even the discussion of an affair between: M. Vedrines and M; Quinton. SAziz Bey, who until recently -was commander of the `Turkish' army in Cyrenaican: has been arrested for con spiracy against the- Commnittee of Union and Progress. - The petition brought by Countess De Grasquet James against the Duke Henri Borwin of Mecklenburg-Schwerin for a declaration that she is entitled to the restitution of conjugal rights, was dismissed by the English Court of Divorce on Monday. The court de- cided that it had no jurisdiction. The Chinese Govern...
OBITUARY. MRS JANE BOWMAN RAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 February 1914
OBITUARY. MRS JANE BOWMAN RAMAGE. A former old resident of this district, Mrs Ramage, passed away on Sunday last at Glenhuntly at the age of 81 years. The deceased was the relict of the late Alexander Ramage, at one time residing at Durham Hill, Three Mile Creek, and she was a colonist of 63 years standing. Mr Ramage was a grazier and an authority on stock of considerable repute, and an artist of distinct merit. He painted to the or- der of the late Sir Samuel Wilson, a picture, "The Two Champions" - a merino and a longwool ram - which was hung in the Melbourne Exhibition held in the year 1872. The remains of the deceased were in- terred at Geelong on Tuesday. For some time prior to her death, Mrs Ram- age had been residing with her son, Mr B. B. Ramage, at Waratah Avenue, Glenhuntly.