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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE RACING. ASPENDALE PARK. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE RACING. AS1,ENIALI 'ARlK. MA]?lEN PLATE. st Ib st lb Ilo onio 8 0 Popohn.. : 7 ?1 !',ck . :: o T. '. ' 7 9 'tlk... 0.0 ...k.. .7 U Al.. 00 Pr.l.. 71) "kai "... 8 0 A /bo .-t . .7 9 I . .. 8 0 N?g R110ng . O 12 oLion ... 713 (lllyo ... 619 Lhrin ... 7 9 Buy th.... ' 6 12 itn .... 7 9 Sco-f.. 6 r .....7 9 lad Capulet 0612 Carlo.... 7 U9 ArighL Oulngo 0 0 -vac.wus .. 7 9 " , STFEI11b71 I O". I'.I\?E g Darius. 11 1 Tahu'Jlo 131 "1) . 11 acImnvtotcr ". , 09 II rful 10 5 lh (luido .. ; 11 nlhnyah .10 3 nclhaontd bourcllo.. 10 3 LStoles .....0 0111t 1 .. ' 10 So?uy II....I 0 I ?ou . . 10 t 'PIllH ASI'ENDAI,E L'L-Il 111 d 9 Rbn " or . 6 II a lrllt7lnlluOdur 611 1(loduin . 0 13 Oridial 011 naclnnnd • 7 12 WaIlt?r lyrrll 0 ?l,. 11 Nikoio1. . ., 0 , P,,.. 7 2 SpINI).11S PAIRK IIANDICAP. l.listii.n . 9 9 ll:d of Avon 7 7 ... 9 3 Gadvtton. 7 5 1d. , .. 01 Ilen' Ohango . 75 rvirw i.. 8 7 Wingatrora . . '613 l "-vnlnlorr. " 8 I ]Tar ceh .... 6 9 pi . h 713 Napkar . .. 0 7 tSo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
4I eD r " ý t ý O ýýA v ýuij ýý L RHUBARB CUSTARD and airesbihg dish can be put before a tird man? "¶1xpress" ftsrd hudma produce a rich velvety custard. soothing to the palate. With stewed fruit it is jut delicious. Express Custard id. 'Powders. P LAGER Agonts, J. J. GOLLER PTY., Ltd. S Sold in 2 oz. and 4 oz. (actu~al weight) Plugs, or in Cut Double-. flake, packed in dainty Silvered 2 oz. Tins. "My Ideal. F?NEST IMPORTEDa You can Order Your Petrol through 15 Telephones and secure Propt,.: ... Free deliveries of Pra tt's Spir~t and Gargoyle . obiloil in any- quantity from our Ballarat Depots Tel. No. . Tel. No. 514 Ballarat Motors Pty. Ltd. 880 W. H. Leech 55 Ballarat Hardware Co. 592 Robinson Bros. 16 W. Brown & Co. 563 Herb. Rolfe 866 Carey Motors 188 Silbereisen Bros. 161 Davies & Franklin 816 C.A.StewartGarage 118 Eyres Brothers 750 Adam Wilson 676 Jelbart Bros. 566 Warner & Co. If you cannot connect with any of the above Ring 515 (Darling & Co....
THE GREAT JANSEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
TIB QRGIAT .ANSliF. For quit, clanges and slick deceptions Tanme hans no squat,. l.id, ta ho variCn his peroriomasco noary cnniung, no o11 ever. kno; hllero he will be next. Sonu ral tines during his Sydney c?asons th| ncdiencc aimply gasped. anod there weore nnny who bclievcd that in mnln wany Ihl mnust hnanr exertn?l hypnotic influence over tih crowaded house. 'the change of idec. tity is done writh such transcendent stnlIs to the onlhniors Ulat they freq1untly iti - clina to helieOve their o-ns cyrs. He will appear far this niht only at thie Ml cihnnlic' lall, togrlcher with an excellent comln:ltay o Anmeriican entertainers, who ptelt ita naw alln novel progll'se'ide'stl-. l ?sitrd to all clatasses of nlnm?umcilt oekarar. The box.pltun arle at Suttoun's.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
SR, .:' -, TEA. To make an Enjoyable Cup of Tea, use "Robur" IMake it in a china or earthenware.. teapot; Pour freshly'boiled water on it; o'' Allow it to draw not more than 6 minutes; Drink it hot, with cream or fresh milk in it. !'' ;'Ii ' The No. 1 GRADE Is really good te' for "high.class" family use. . ,ROBUR," TEA CO. , 4 JAM ? RVIC- &.. Co , S)PIaRpRIeTs THE HOME: OF FASHIONABLE FURNITURE. The Very Latest Designs in Oak Bedsteads, Bedroom Suites Sideboards, etc., etc. 5FT SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD. Massivo Mirror Back, 2 handsomelo C.rved Doors, M £11/10/. S SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE, p 0 d Double Door. Ilorolled laO s Wardrobe. ' al I t Sin Dressing Tablo. larFo Mirror. 3ft . . 6fin Marblo 1\Vauaslld. tilo bock, t o.? '? I £15/10/. . q ^ A ILANDSOME SUITME, Mo ,I Mode by European Labor. SOLID" OAK BEDSTEAD.; 0 tin Posts, Carved Panels. - £3/5/. The Very Latest. Customers' Own Designs Made to Order by Expert European Labor. 'Only Address, 23 STURT STREET, Ballarat. Ilp--lll-·-...
TRIP TO QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
'I'PRTP TO QUIBIINSCLII'. An eo?.llent opportsnit" is afforded by St. lPaulo Sueld y ?chool excurniun to Queens-difl next Pridav for childrem txI bas, a dau at tile s'aiide during thcir school holidays. St. Paul's committee hnve m?uh arnragemontsl witlh n Qicens cliff catelrer to supply tiro meals to pie nickers in the Park near lhs dir and the uwnals may be obtaimnd by all chil dren, other than St. IPaul's cholasi, iby Ithes payllelt of 1/ over and atoce the price of the railwTv fare. The meal tic. kel.t will be ailrtila1o at St. 1'nul'a Sehool ecst \Vedsaisiey at 8 p.mn. The railwny tickets, will lait for one monlt.h, and cx clrsionists luay- retllnl via Queonelift or Melbourne. Full particulars are aulver ti.ad.
WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
VEST'"S PICI'UI]ES. After an absence of fir- weekls. Wtc's rmsumno oelpamecy of the screen at ITer M[ajcsty's 'Ihettrm oen Motmday night, wnhen teo fin ster films. "life' n liter 1Femr,' (Cieemm). It tltrce-mct dramn ; "That. Sc.m nll erinlinand." m Peths two-act co wiridy. with MI. 'rincrr mati g monrre, use inrlmlcmd, aInd enotmpulllmlyillg ariemi endl iuts??rting stallite atntenam;mm. mn Thuim dIay nxt "T-hm -Lo.st l)?sm of Imoempmii," adapted fmm IBnier Lyttou's trmgamy, is tieo trat pir?mniund patrmms.
IMMIGRATION [?]OROUS GOVERNMENT POLICY. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
IMMIGRATION [????] GOVERNMENT POLICY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MELBOURNE, Friday. &nbsp; The Government intends to pursue a &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; [?????] policy in immigration matters &nbsp; &nbsp; [?????] the forthcoming 12 months. To- &nbsp; &nbsp; morrow Mr Percy Hunter, immigration officer of New South Wales and Victoria in London, and Mr Whitehead, chief of the &nbsp; &nbsp; [Migration?] Department in Melbourne, &nbsp; [?????] a conference with Mr Hagelthorn, [who is?] in charge of Immigration. Mr. Hunter is leaving shortly for Lon- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; don and it was desired to obtain his views on immigration matters prior to his de- parture. This State has contracted for &nbsp; [?????] during the year, varying from &nbsp; [??????]. There had been falling &nbsp; in the number of agricultural laborers [????] during the past f...
AFTERNOON TEA [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
AFTERNOON TEA By ?doef,". Thire '-arrisgo of Miss Roase A. iadley, second daughter of Mr W. B. "tnd the ]ato Mrs IRadley, of l)ovetai steoet north. with Mr Wilioam J . \VWadsrd. s, econd won of Mo soed Mrs P. Woodweord, of Mhotbs eteeet, wilt be quietl celebcbrael ut St. Assdrews' Church on Saruetday, 17lth iest. A? engjagement is announced between 1-r John 1Ll Dodd,-son of Mr and lrs 11. Dodd, of Hnlinya, Ararot. and Miss Dor othy Dawson. daughter of 3Lr oand Mrs ',. 1I Dtwsou, o of Girdiestone strcoLt. Ararat: Mr E. Bunce, a son of Mr T. G. Bunce, of Ballarat, was married at Lismore on &nbsp; Wednesday afternoon to Miss Worrall, of Lismore. S" pretty, wedding was selemnlsedl on naturday,.'th nit.. uin the Nell Street Mcethodist Church, when Mr William .1. Scmith, -third :on of Mrs J. Buril, wos searried to Miss Lilins Mande T'homaes. elde-et doughter of Mrs f. Miller; the Rev. ID. S. Lowe officiating. The bride, who was given away by her stepfather, wore a pretty dress of ...
The Ballarat Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. One of the greatest factors in the ad- vancement of the human race is probably the result of scientific research, and the progress of civilisation may be measured by the extent to which that research is prosecuted. Knowledge grows by' what it feeds on. and success in one quarter merely widens the horizon of enquiry and extends the thirst for further informs. tion. "1 am but as a child playing with pebbles upon the seashore, and beyond me lic.athe vast ocean of truth." replied 0on of the grCateet scientists when congr'atu lated upon the succ'?a of his experiments and his great erudition. How true that statement was, we have now some fainit inklins: its complete verification will not be appreciated until we have passed "be. yond the veil"uand know somIething now ldeniedl to our huIinrii linmittions about the extent and the development of the universe. Meanwhile, the work of inves tigation is proceeding wit...
EX-PRESIDENT OF V.B.A. "A.N.A. QUITE UNJUSTIFIED." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
EX-PRESIDENT OF V.B.A. A.N.A. QUITE UNJUSTIFIED.° Until qoite recently Mr ]. J. Miller ocsepied the presidency of the Victorian Band Afwcianton, o that he is in a posi tion to enpren an opinion. "Qnite nujustified," was his pertinent remark, after scanning the Press report of the Melbourne meeting. '"When the A.N.A. rontest were tn augurrted." he sid. "I was president of the Band A.sociation. and the secretary was instructed by a unanimous vote to eirculariso all affiliated bands. asking them to give the A.N.A. an entry. We have aways done our very best to assit the contests. It is plainly our duty to premote, not to kill, banod contst. In omnnection. with . the 1913 contest, Mr Jmierson, the. secretary of the As?ocia tion, and myself both weont to Melbourne for the express purpose of assisting the A.N.A. in unning tho eontests in every way within our power. Non the A.N.A ommittee torns round and ,ahnsee n. Is that fair? It may he from their point of view. We cannot, and do not want...
BOYCOTT ALLEGATION DENIED. STATEMENT BY MELBOURNE BANDSMEN. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
TOYCO.T ALLFyIATIO ' DE-?NrID. STATEMyENT BYT trELBO"UIXE BANDSMEN. MELBOUINE, Saturday. The alegationa made at a moting of the Australdau .ativea' Asociation to Mel bouroo on Friday night that the emall entry for the Assooiaton's band contests for February was the outcome of an at tempt to boycott the A.N.A. competi. tlion wan the sub.eat of comment to-day. 'lle Richmond City Band has had moch experiruca in such contests, and hat won veroal prizes. The conlductor. Mr t . Bowden, today expresed himself as eor. prised at the soeggstion of a boycott. So far rs he was concerned, he had hear nothing of any organised boycott. LIate ly metrnoulitan bhand had taken part in quite a oumber of contoats in the mou try. and poshibly they were haeing a root. His hand had entered, and intend ed to mntpte., It wes true that bonds men had come to looh upon the South Street c,,mste.as the erent of the year. A lot of hard work wa necrasary when a band entered into such c?opetitione. Perhaps some of t...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA V NEW SOUTH WALES. A BATTING FAILURE. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
SOUTH AUIbT?ALIA V NBW SOUTH0 WA.?S. A BATTING FAILILtE. ADELAIDE. Saturday. Thew wvas a blnttr attemLance at tim Adolaide Oval ta-day, whan. the mateh between South A.umralia and New South Wales was resunmed. The' partnership of Collins anid aIhrds 1>T was most prolific. Runs camo chief. ly frIm Collins* bat, and he raohted 'tl rjrtury a h tho rmoult of two boars and 50 minotes' batting. In the ?t l or v Wore lunch lie wni ran out through a wrong call. LSc I: SOUTH A USTRIALIA.. Firt mnin= ý ................ 189 Suoand InninB. Mayne, c MV'ew, b ILdmie ............ 28 Stele, b Cotter .................. ... 6 Moyr. c and h Mfaae ........... 1U chAmb".rlain, c C&lt;ulins, b Masio ... 1 Hill, 1 Koll. raw .................. ... 7 Crawford, not out .......... ... 11 Ittt'ra. , h KIillnway ......... ...... .. lirk-wmol. run out ............... Slun lriea ... ...... ........ ......... 1 SI-cn wirkehl for ...... ..... C Iorlin?: il;Ma;,h three fiar 7; Kelle way, two for 14; (CULr...
GABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S] SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE [?]HE SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. [?]RIOUS TROUBLE ANTICIPATED. CITIZENS AS SOLDIERS. PERIAL OFFICERS' LEAVE WITH DRAWN. PRETORIA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
GABLEcRAMTS OUTH AFRICAN STRIKE nlU SOUTH AMICAN STRIKIE. OUS TnOUIiLE ANTICIPA'TED CITIZNS AS SOLDIEHS. KRIAI, OFI LtS IXAVI WITH. pItETOTIA. Friday, belief entertained .yeatertly thlt lirntvaalt railway strike was a flaons out to have been premature, It ap tlatl thoe stt oip° canm too niu. far nmeno of the unione, but ballotA hanttly taken, and tile result is that " g enine drivers, and nhnnterm ar." eriaSad work tlhrnghont the e niul and the Orange Free State. na'in , eer t reail trains have now rorl entatse baa been issued calling th,, entire citizen, artiy at the Trees. .i tilhe grond that eirioen dieturb re ,r l ticittncode The troope are .gnrdlinte Ihe eal itore. All l cat the gautl intnci. The lea* ot all eial Army officera, isattoned in South ;tia, ha heen wftldrawn, tlotugh the ,tist reotr will bo need only as a last tr Bifontein thel-ituation is sori. 1 Te0nen At all thS railway work. h, have struck. Armed police nnd i oninti of the dcfencei force ae gr ard thI crntrn l r...
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS EXAMINATION RESU[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
TECHNICAL SCHOiLS 1lXAMINATION iiiStlý Ittalltw of thhn ranant ea in tf., technical nIoona W ixel nriaying. metdluryg. om tric niring, ndnI i nulin Wan mink unvailrrl,. on 'drb lliucativn IOnlurlannlnc t ll 1 nltudentL wnrO F~n;indu fil Am ying.-C"I Ide F. 1LJo innon. J 'nhw. J. (Trot 1V. 1,. .\llull .1. 'I" U W. I. I. Jihnwln . ilauIluurgy.-(irad I"-1 IT, S. Tl.ml. I Oro Dressing.&lt;.-Vl' v F and jy.. I I. Citt"r. ML. Sj.nr lI; 1. 8. J. AinnniFtlI. an I'. 1:0
BIG FIRE AT PRAH[?] ACRE OF BUILDINGS IN [?] DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT [?] COLOSSEUM AND CITY H[?] DESTROYED TRAM SERVICE DISORGA[?] MELBOURNE, S[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
BIG FIRE AT PRA ' ACRE OF BUILDINGS DAMAGE ESTIMATEDAT Ii COLOSSEUM AND- CITy , DESTROYED TRAMI SERVICE DISORGA Thc 19.rnow fir, ove, e, tr tah, eid in of WLvr 5 carel in wr look placeho rlyortly afterI e pottnhaplml aoL, drape.s and Ir a-, City flail, Mhiete " rs ' t erer 15,?000 ablis l matte f rains. Itirn uH'( Over oby t rib lmt f l t anire hoy mtinguishw, hent ' origi?lla, 'iArt, Lure is now nltai h fie of twiatn stedl rinders, bnir1am at aerbchandis ot o vef e ohtver tiruatc the tht. heri, t 'b0 C tiuu ain, ls Ile aermint,~l. Szakt brick building the inrh Liao Mae sfaario Htrrrt. 't' he lur Ci ffalc eRnnlirle ntetet, and tine ("a a threar onthe rtnil, and l' waoha1 Ovn gabnr wee A 0-tIhe Pl iorala ' ta, h meo ?gand elianbiArt ha bad shopr, }Ejlrnt'n fall(.,. i . and awnshop. Two uien i aft Lrary. is srnshedWm thc~ trh thera in the wcpatnh t them or the tea mos of tie Colt"Ourna , w In te B atrl ofheQ r thmaten eartaCd; but th n in a t l orally detorminHrdl, S lellhp taing from...