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STAWELL. BISHOP GREEN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
STAWELL. BISHOP GRIZE'.N VISITI'. Bisliop Green, of IBallIrit. pid a visit to Stawell anil dedicated the new pulpit aod chancerl screen at IHoly Trinity Church. Tho Bishop delioer?e a power fat asdre-s to a largo congregatiio, and his remarks were followed with attention. Both the pulpit o?nd lhancel hscren are beautiful p?ees of architecture. andi tho ormer, whicl is the gift of Mrs.Tyrre, n?s dlniicatod to the Ilate ?tr Win. 'Lyree and Mrs Tyree. POLICE OFFICER'S RETIIRE3MENT. Supt A. E. Morris, who has reachel thr retirng age for the police force, will end an honorablo career rof 40 rears at the rnd of January, and will lbeaucreeded by toup Canty,. of Melboulrne..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
THE RoyV. J. HUSKING Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL !SS3ION CHURCH, Ftzroy, Uolbourne. Sands hio opinion of LEMENTS L E 1c "1 1Ias recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, wilh Insomnla and severe headaches. I d spent much money on , edicines to no purpose. "One bottle put me right and was worth its weight In gold. "I recommend this medi cine stlrongly. (sireAd) JOHN HOSKING." he Rev. J. HOSKING. D.D., is 'own an reort churrh worker .and Strhimony Io CLEMENTSTONIC sent for Ilh opod it might do, ThI?i rdi rtain in it. efectl on run wn or irritnd n?i l, and q'Uclkly vror fIhouone,c, Wenkaen. Loa, of lereor. rA JLi~le Conotldlion ST'OREnS SLL II" s Utt~eral ~Fotdl, MRLDOUmNLI cnrndb ltmk H srw 6tmdrrKnun1N IOT ond COLD hATHS Lit ..a Niht Pmte'. TMU MRALO ". n (lg° The T.6TWHkteL. T WH.LAN. PZIZxtet.J SPREAD DYER FACE Suffered Six Months. Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment. Rash Gone. They Also Healed Two Boils on Neck, and Abscess; ...
ST. ARNAUD. VALEDICTORY PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
ST. ARNAUD. VALEDICTORY l'II.ENTAION. A Jnrge garthering renlhmbled at the CommonweaIth hotel on Thursay night to nay good-bye eo l ox-Sergt iKav..agh. who na .rotired from:the.l erice foree. 'te has he lengthn",rvMf over 3t yearo. tho taot' Gt ycat? beillng :t S?. ?2n;utd. wthro he wm?* ver3" Poplllar. Tht0 town:." folk, thlrough the hayor.(Cr.. low. i numbering over B I~~Sergt Rarnnag;l hato de rido to follow farmnling optetiona
STOCK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
STOCK ANID) SIIAlu? MAARIETS. lA l[,A ItATP. Whit' l alcile steadied yesterday. a nter arket obtained for jartz teoos. oem pt holders. ndl North b o I/ oIal0 trade at the advanne l price of 3/4. ni ril lalbtau l tonded eased to 2/7. It fiairlho firm. heavy turnover Spirace in Se.rsdlale. Ile s beginline It0.1 l iet rgresing to 1/4; eliitit lei R'rref horrel in the vicinity of With tetlen'y itn ea, at the Cloe?1 tle nl/yylrtford mineir. Ajax were in m :id at I0!. hut thie rnar et was voi ellh,. Ior Ajax C2i.neiidalted 3,J a pail, .ald North Nuggetty brought ~rer hring wanted at the prire. In allevial rcxtion Duke Extendedl were ken i lo/6: Cntlrart had trade at 1/9, i I.lter at 36: and It! was on offter for hiarl Celtrat. T'i lower-prieed rat -cril held their orn fairly weoll. SNe.wr Ilgi Logan mnintainel their ition. TIee Deanfort mines lad a ii laty. The recorded males and clou ;llotationo were:- i NVItST'INTS. allarat T'ru.ltere. e 19/ l4ai/a/t \Woollen Still. h 9/6, a 101. ARARAT...
ROKEWOOD. THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
ROKE WOOD 0. TTIIEliARVV?I'. " WheIt Iharesting is now general thruughont the district, but the vields in neat instancrs are rerr much helowe antiipaltion. Unlike lest year; 8 and. 10 hag crop re rare this sEraon. Most of thrn are yielding 5 and 6 h?gs per nacre. but in'a few eae as low as sl hag and Ra half has been harvtrd. The grenerl opinion amongst the farmers is that Ithel dry spell of Weather andt the neere healt just as the crop erre ripening i the cause of the shortage. -
RIDDELL. SERIOUS OUTBREAK OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
RIDDELL SERIOUS OUTlth?,AK OF FIRIM. The mnoat ,rioco noutbreak of fire for ,otoe oners r:cfnd on 'hurrdnay in the din. rot ttr;rouding Riddell. it began near tho roperty of Mecosrs Giilligan Bros., on the Melbourne road, nlur Sunburv. and quickly travelled northwnards tiowards isre. Miny propertis ufnlfered. the pa~rticulars of whricht ure not knon-n vret. ,fchboutc 4 pt.m. the firo entered the ?lrdi Ifock property of Mr Alan Currie, and ldestroryed over G00 nresnof grosa; but for. tunatelv tlhe sherep and ratle were re. moved be the promptlitude of somne inc who bad beon engagled fencing. As tho lire approachlcd 1he tiioherno Creek. near IRiddell. it wros onct cy numnerous fighteosc rtnployee of Mirs Campbell. of Qahfield Pork; Misn Peter, of Ilocklanok; Mesers Nolan BrS?.. n rd many others. ton the enrning the fire wis overrouce, after tra. rorsing a distance of five to six miles. Much damage mosot have been done.
MINING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
?NlINING INTELLIGENCE S> oe~jeiaUy reiOortl , yellLRnl y that &Sreclalc CotumiyLO hnd U feet 0o I...h stuo 111 tLi,, cnt croun?cut nt the feet level. T'he etlle, wihich sOw wse umeol at Ant poilnt 5.3 .lot Abovo * et. " a wa " ofinidd of pel I' ?nre .wes yveter lceleuiclI by ill, dfrectori of the nlecric No. I Compaill. InI aldlditiol Uice of j-,o M wIa addel to the roe fund. r will lie reluned tl t Lheo (7rnlh SI)uyoieford. .lit week. A, tile .etn of t visitl to it mine. tiH' cli N haeo cticied to resume work tet lle'i' %hlaft and nt nlonalrd's. I'oth tI 1_11 t iut n cocploto ocdcr. At , "II ' iilc flt they owil Oll c tillllo driv eotl.lih t tlile 700 feet level in ordei e.c. thLe contintation of tile fint , , ulithll wet oc cderfcont t C50 felt ,r it walcs olcyabhlo. The''cy 1%1 clleac d a wiiz" " fromLthllo loved. At ic.'.1l'O harfiet tLIey will rise from 8tKi ,itc a viJew to ge°ttilln tic' ??tloc %oc.p?,ndtccc,rtnct frnoc hie 760 feei .1 \ l rive will cloiio bhi-pu ic...
MORRISONS. HARVEST AND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
MORRISONS. HIAl VEST AND CROPS. The Ibarwt iis much earlier than in pwt years, and narmeer anll orcr the deri trict are buOy luRrsOting. Owing to the long spell of diry wneallor the cml+ aren lot yielding the returnls anticipated about the middle of Noremher. the yields being np to two bugs and half a hetnun the aere under rtimate:. Nererthele?, the district yield will on the whole e a agoxl one. IOORAAl00Ih FISHTING. Further eridencr of t the lou wmrk done by the Ballarat Acelimtiatwlion Society ii stocking the Mooraleol River with trout nws aflfordel during thne Christnnla and New Year. when terarl iprties of Ing ler fishing at Ander'on's Ceuingie and below the Cl %vernment bridge spout a nucxl time, many trout upl to ii lb being graseLd.
N.S.W. ELECTIONS ROYAL COMMISSION APPOINTED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
N.S.W. ELECTIOHS RTOAL CO MIMSSION APPOI`ITD . SYDNEY. Friday. It bas bea deridted br the State ior I c.nment to appaint a Itlyala Lboma~ia to e.aqaira iato the charg a-f crratioa ranl imPiprit7 mada by Lib-a O in the 1forjuazr a etl--rate against arrmatta aatr tapoarter o! tte saaeacutl LalJe Icanidate. Ate T. I. Threacr. Ia maa~kag thin Aaaaaaae. a iae vet ina Me F. Pleaea. the Caief Stttatera. sid that al. o eneidl was drmly inraeai -atirg the crhitea, and the GCeaarnaa Wass 3aritlag hl robape.
WIRTH'S CIRCUS, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
w'IRTII CIR~CUS, LTD.. "The ),,t that 1,as ever lrn aces in Mbllnelrne." erns the verdict of the Melc; IN n-I1 "Ace" after the opening oi Wirth grra.' greatest ehoce on earth, and as ccx netlh tho ,intle show will be prerlnted baer, ,nl Tta'ne., and \1 edne?(.nyt nest, thle publie of Ball:irat and district ore ill for an exceptiona treat. NO fewner tIhnn 6 new artist ~were reern tly broughlt from America and added to the already high :lass company. If ?the performers are not the only ouno tit the world ac?ln. pitihing certain rents. it is claimed they i re the hest in the world inl their non r r. ticular lines. IThe menagerie will be open from 4 to 5 p.o. Full details nore nder tli.l,. :1 natinreo will toake ple on Wed. ne-dny afternoon.
PATHE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
P.\TIIE'S PIC'UITIES. Plthl.i(i Pituras re, really doing won [(ls as regards tair films. aned never Ib or0, sas. IMr Tlourene'r, has hi pee I. eten sdhi a hulge cllectien of itet' feature as will bti ehtoa tonight. There la no fewer than thtier .etaeaie clIra .asa--TIeh Child .Mother" (B.. mad C.), s2aw 'fet: "'Phe Butler's Secret" (Vita graphi). 10,0 fel: and ""'hTl Iedl Litht" (lhpp-ortht) 15C00 fet, lhe lntter.being by the lmne company as "Xi?-ing Clip." "Tho Child Mother" is a pathetic ltory in which the title role is acted b- a Imotherlks -guir of 11. and it brimftl of Inirt intemest. "TiHe Butler's Scvret" isa i thrilling taleof a faelthr accnsin.hlie III of, burglary ad is r mnrerthble Ib thie fact that neat at tfhe reni, are tctrd in secmi-dlrknles,. thusa clintlng a wiird and s n.otional effect. "'The rled Li,;t" isl ii!iaIoad dramra in whiclh through i ,igcalnlaii'a orrcr two exprt.c train-sdash into one antlerc and shoeatn ntriiang views of thile lEnglish Great Northern l...
ADELAIDE'S WATER SUPPLY DO THE RESERVOIRS LEAK? ENGINEER'S OPINION. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
ADELAIDE'S WATER SUPPLY DO T1.t lL ESElVOIltS LEAK? l]NG IN.FIIt'S OPINION. A\DELAIDE, Friday. Tho faoot that Adelajdn is likely to C rienc? Ia shortage of wnaer this sunlmme ha€ drawn attention to many phasus of waitsr conasration tlhat am apt Io be overlooked in somsonlS when waer i. plen tiful. Ooe question that Adelaido pms plie have been asking lately is--Do the ge'sorvoir.a I c?.." :' - 'lT'h precnut season hu demlonstrateld that in aln ufavonr.ble yacnr the three nmin stmrago basins near Adelaide may be inrrstlliouat, for metropolitan' requiro ntenlt. there is a ourth retservair in course of construotion at .Lillbrook. which may eventually be ueed in il url - utenting the supp?li(es for the Adelal~de nlains; hut iner-ass?t settlement, s weall as the facilitimes already given to irriga tinionLts. ar mcausinig gratr demannds toe nwater than co?ld beho pa?sibly eornuen a toe; years ago. The assauranne' of the LCanmisaioner of Public Works (Sir Iichll ard Butler) that if the prme...