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CHRIST'S FIRST MIRACLE SERMON BY BISHOP GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
CHRIST'S FIRST MIRACLE SERMON DY BISHOP GREEN. A sermon on thea miracle of turning en. tar into.wine woas preached at the Catho. dral Churcmh yceterday ovening, by the Bishop of Ballarat (Right Rev. Dr Green) from the text, John ii.. ll--"Th begin. nilng of His nighs did Jeuns- in Cana of Gililos, and mo.niftsted IlI glory, and His disaiples believed on ini'." All through his Goopel. the Bishop said. John was concenled to alnow the glory of Clhrist, and used the word over and over again. How could he make out that this turnling of tihe water into wine manifested the lory of the Lord Jesus Clhristi 'irst, oeaunse it showed how Christ's work war destined to bles and strengthen and man. reornto the homn. It wasn dotto in the home and for the home. Tlhat point was emnphasised in tihe exhortation in the Chirih of England manrrigego seorvio. That tihe respect for the home had do clined could hbe proved by things lthat all of them conld think of. le would spenk of two which l?ipmnedr in th...
POSTAL BALLOT-PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
POSTAL IALWOP-PAPEIS. Flectors who intend utilising the postal opotom for reordrling their soeae at the forthooming by-olortiono aro reminded to ho coroful sahot the toitooing of thioir hoUtL-papers. Tho notoiejee witnejoo can only witness tao ip jootnro of no elector at the former'n place of hnnlnerrsa or rooldooer. Thin In opnctollo provided for in the Art, and ano infrinogoort rendoer them liahbr to p eonalty of 100., or three montho' im~prtornmnt.
PREFERENTIAL VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
PRR"fPEIM rTAL VOTING. ?" MloI)oy, Cliif Electtoral Off?or for Viteoria. hao rcried ufturmatiau from the Ifturning Offcer at lk?ng to the clffc that tbhe is an imprscomn anm ongst a large number of eleeol in that eoneti ia ncy t tho the old yyonfm of crooning oat the name of tle cuvndhkloto they do not wiht to roto for uwrld he soeoioot. Heo pointed ot that if that wro done the ballot-gpuer would be in formal. The proforenticl yeltem meet bLe adopted. and the figure on marked oIpopito the nnme of the ocndidutu the elector ttshee to Vote forT. and Lho fignre two oppolito the other randidcte.
AMUSEMENTS BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
AMUSEMENTS IIALLRA'T_ EXHIB1TION. The ?ahibition was in great favor again with visitors on Satauday. The ettendenee was largo in the afternoon andl evening, and great interest weas ehown in the exhibit. The opportunity of seeing varionu mannfacturing pro reeets in actual, operation is one that to moot people is only ofllfered at exhibitionr of thin wert, and there are romo highlly interesting manufactures shown being carried on here. The Government- ex hibit, supplemented as tbey are -by de moneltratiam in various branches of farm and hoe?ahold aeconomy, wtdd in them elves coestituto an exhibition. In ad dition to tihe cdlucational nide, the Com nmision have not. forgotten to provide amusemente for visitors, and these, which bare the advanntago of being given in the open nir, are very much appre ciated. In the Glorrment monrt .the wool exhibit nill attract the attention of many. On Plceah?y night the T.M.C.A. Mn troel Party will give an entortainment. To meet the wishes of peoplo fr...
BORUNG ELECTION. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
BOtXNO FI LECTION. MF.LBOURNE, Saturdayv. Mar Hagelthorn. Atiuijter for Publi, Worka, statead tatony that the Govcra meat a?d the Liberal Party wereO rtlyi?I upon the elector, of Bortkg to rot only give MIr Iautchin?tn a majo?ity. brrturl a maiaority a would rearly indirate, the rapport ofh" that c.bituncy to tim policy ubaititot ountry inteorat by the 'rmater at laaddon, a.d that they tp-. preciat.d the work their rPereaatative had dame oa otiaontly during the bat i0 yearn. It wat akb to bo hopel that tt h wonld rreonise tho fact that in It," prraont Mliiatry the Nrth-rwe?tcra part of the Stat, had moro than ito tlhme of rcptsn.tat4o0. Maora lilut chiaaan and Gamy, in ndditfoa to him ,-lf, frJt confidetl that thrir voitm-o would he heard n the Cabinelt n far a0 tanmtra inatoret.o w ro aon.ern?lt, al that the north-aetdrn portion, which had amrh preat axwibilitior for droaaop moat. would hbe spcially orvwd.
COLISEUM PICTURE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
OOLISEUMf PICTURIE PALACE. A delighted audience that filled oevey part of the housoe, and teetifed by sopn taneous applause its appreciation of the splendid programme Uirvden, was trp Ellis' record at the cooa em on Saturday night. And if merit couonts for any thing, there should be another lar house to-night, for the quality' of th programme supplied is unimpeneahabl First and foremost ts the great Kalem feature dram,. "The Plot of ' Indian Hillmen." It deals with the restles Afridis, and one of those innumarhble 'little' wars in which there is cc little grn and no little glory hbut en much suf fering and eo much cret. It- i a bil liant drama,, in which scenery, play. no slight part, and is full of life-end death from start tofliish. It is Uthrilling in incident and situations, and the plot is kilfully evolved, while the actingleas?e nthing to beo desnired. "Under the aisie? one of the best Vitenraph stn dramnas, and fit'to'be braeketel with.the feature film; while ':The Birthday R...
STATE POLITICS MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. PROGRESS OF THE CAMPAIGN. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
STATE POLITICS "tMsTINJTl?rIA EI,.ECTIONS." pItOGECSS 01 7.11'l CAMPAIGN. MIIIBOUIINM. Sahtrday. Altboughl Mr Watt, the Premier, no¶H ho is tired of election fights he in pasls lig the camrpaign iin MIsendon vigorms sly. I'soton is?s been gonerally coennsui red a neat on the hnrder-lione of Labor. Bleforo the last admliihtrution, winch Ecut ff Flemnitoin adnd added it to oet seray, Mr WVarde won" the catt for Labor. when 3Mr )Dekin left it for thie 'ederl Parliamennt. Mer Watt won the set wlien Mr Wardo chsne tlhe now Feoscray neat. Mr Watt's msjority in the 11110 aol 1900 elections wra nader 500. lis Ila rp t majority was at the last general electihon when h he beat his proent opponent by A00 oates. Tho Premier's ,ooed at electrons is rather a atrikiug one. Ho hoe sat for three rloetornite daring 1I yeaer--North Mlslbourne, t'st Iellmorne. ntd .lsen-' dai. Ho tat for three vyers for North Mlboulne, winning frotl Mr p'nusder gant and stienter larker, and Itoing to lMr Prendergrgst. ...
PATHE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
PAT 'TE'S PICI?RI?S. Contin?dng his policy of alwaye sowing a programsm ho olhaiio to bi the boot in the town. MLr Tournouer is following Up lost woek's mepoob esaire cwitds a now nes pioi sot of motion plays, equal, if ot orsperior. to ensythuij51 et shown by Patho's pioturs The str fim,. Pro Aothr'si Crimo," is ?.? ost in ,en"t,, nd includln a sns iona soo whorera n o ut mpp from a s?owng tmtn into tho bmssh dopthi of a rive tohlow. SIooool manio, topical, comic, s?c dramatic films moploto a progromm?f eight fio lste sohcsioh imtW taco sosticing to ho dornimm both : to qoality ?nod variottyo" ? r moot. Nat Sotoodmay aslsnom, lollirn will gain beo giva t oal ahfidom at taIodir tie matiowo, whilo a ertain quantity of bstp will alsm o tmain sons oging from o6d 28i. On Monday nsti th?om will be a throse ni?chm' rewil of the fro c.sdgmiom film, gor to Cross..
The Ballarat Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June. 1867. MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. First CIopy laned 10th Jnno. 18-7. MON'DAY. JANUARY 12. 1914. Tho statemntm that the prearnt day is an ago of chid wrshi p deos not nm to agre with the ugly ft that that ti birth. rate in steadily declining. The prensnt ago, however, has witneasaed the dawn of a mnor intelligent and thoughtful appra liation of the potrntialitins of the young, and it is becnming morm geonrally rarog. niaed that overy child thrn into tlhe world, whether "In the pumple" or in paowrty and squalmr, in a nationnal reman. blllity and also a national atnt. A off in the nutmbr of the world'' now nitixons, dan to a declining birth rate, might eventually lead to home thing in the nature of a child famine. and this consideration seem 'to have given nations a truer estimate of the value of child life. In the chief Eure penn ,oautries. and in Australia and New Zealand. much attention is being devoted to the problem of the oaring of child life. An impoitant plhase of the question is the crusade ai...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE MELBOURNE BANKING RATES. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
OMMERfCIPL INTELLIGENCE BOUR2OE BAINKING RATES. Saturday. ratro and nallowmce quoted by the re a follow;. ;n.e.-Dliount rate, 51 to G| per per annu00 overdoft. 6 to 7 per tit-For six months, 21 per cent I.n; months. 31 per ocent.; pnd wrd. 4 per cent. doni ,chanj.-- Buying. 17/0 pmr diunn t O..; :25/ per cent. die. 00 days; 3?2? per cent discount, 421cr crnt. ducount, 70 duys. ic. 1.D.; 7/6 por cent. dioount ; 15/?r c?nt. dlrocont 60 days. 51 trper f. 15) per cent pee tol chanLo . -On New South rt ont.; Brisbane. t North *1 e to 1; South Anustralia. 1; A ?''o1t (Perth and Fremantle). (ledodeOt. ii to 11; Toteonna, 4; ,i; N;ortloce.Ninrritory, 1. BOye11N pe O Dne .? l .A -in y's In-" we"* - r.-Aacrreetiot bassi. 1eibnecr do and PoIlard.-Amooootiot mini /'a for br ,n in .4/10/, and d 141151 taoo of 2000 lb doiior. .-Milling. good to prime. 1/9 to o?sd bhjny red, 118 to 1)81; poor., nto 16. ,-Trnde loIt of prim. 3J/91 to .--folting C?evalier. up to 3/6; malting, 212 to. 2/91 ff. I rang...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
FASHIONED ON LIVINO FIGURESB Iu :: GREAT CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS AT .O:OWI...., TO NER., .As"N iD EI3LLI ' . . . T.E. CORNER. , TRAM TERMINUS. ' ,i c STO C?L?EATl OUR PENOMENAL SUCCSS Wo INTEND TO GIVE TIB PUBLIC TH3 GRBATEST E PAST OF OBARGAINS BsER OPF D IN BALLAAT. S' DON'T BTOCK TOYB. DBUT' WB DO BBECeILSB APEBUV AWB BA . ATn vR nl?T MASSES. C002vlE-A A-?TD SEE FOR Y'OQTRRSEiT:JTES OTT:E BAE.R~RGBIAITS SIRUTS, an0d DARST COATS ,eoni ErnroId IO.¶dkernhlekf, Bn-I had4 Neakwtnri 1eltt Velllnin, and D o f all kinýi. iargninn in UndenclnthlnR. MliNrl' I nniIn and Bflk Fronkn. Qnlnt f'Indr I nInt PmekR. Comlnnien, Nnvcltlr In Nlghbx, Infnnt$' fnnneth, Under aklrta, and Benw Sivzteta, 1argfalnl4 In Landie' and Ci1 ldrnn's Reandy-tnvmni. Fata. The hesrt yaluro uvor nlYnrod In TInble falnnslmk, Rhnooingne, 'on'sli, Quilts, and orvlkLttc, Aunnips in Tinnlnmmq Table Covers, ;ii urlputu, i indouw liudu, Hour Bata, and juoartluitae. BOLDSPiflh , BDhSRWARE, flA'DPIYTS, m.ad HiOSIFR-. Dinebas Mq ...
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
SHIPPING Arrived at Port Phillip. la, from Wctrt Australia; Port from Lrdor; 19r and Koouoo from Nowcastle; Uracchuo, from Srfilnry from Sydrmy; Aryleo Or Livorploo; Hlobhrt, from llaan nilol from Port Phillip. n, Lrvukl. ioorahoof, Waodil Star of India. for Sydney; Wa r.dlido. Arrirved nt Sydney. n t. fom Aucklthl Sail.d from Sydnoy. ern, for Unitd Kingdom; Marloo, borro: Mootan. for London; f fr melborne; Moira, for Bria ,mnera, for lobart; Ballarat, don. Sailed from Bribanoe. 1., for South. Arrived atf Nowcastle. Ash roo Aluabamu. Ifrom Mel Arrivdl at Adelaide. , flrom London. Sathyl from Adelaide. ard, for Eastern Stafte; Omrau, rrrrmo. . o . ' 'iII; fror 'llromjra ntl t a, or lý.rwlrn States..
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
MANAGERS' REPORITS. Ajax.-Plneed new eongine in position and finithed overleling plnnt. Ajs Central.--During hulidays plant ovorhauled. No. 9 rise on W. lode up Sift, Sit joyable stone in back. S. on Ajax lode in 52ft, Ift stone shooing gold not payable. No. 7: S. drive on W. ode to 13Ott, lode Zlt wide, Ipayable quality. Ilise on WV. lode'up BOt, tlt good quality stone. Slopes on WV. lodo carrying 6ft payable atone. No. 6 sltopes o Ajax lode producing Bft good quality stone. Stopes on W. lode carrying an average of '2ft payable stoner No. 4: l2it payable stone in atopes on Ajax lode. Ajax North.--Stl`t: Cutting chnmber, now in 6fi, countrtyslate and sandstone with quartz veins. Alterations to brace complete. Contractor for dai mnaking goodL progress, expect to complete amen end of next werek. Tunnel from clnm to battory driven 'l 2ft, preparing to sink shaft for plunger hump. Beaufort Deep Lrads. -Work reiimod nfutl staff. No. 1 born progreming. Border.-Nozzlo rau 45 hours. removed...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
ME:LlOUILNE. Mr A. L. Millard, harebrok'er. mom bor of the dtock Exchange, Melbourne. 90 queen street. Melbolurne (tleplhorne 1369, on Saturday reported tho followiug 9le0 and cloeing qeutatlos:- Ilallura± and District.-Ajanx Conter, b 30/101 31/, sales 31/; Aja Consolidated. b 3/91 a 4/: Ajaxn North, b 11(2, a 11/9; 1lirthdna Tnuel, b 2/9 e 3/6; Cethrt Prop.. b 3/3, n 3/8"- (ba(t.art ontral, b 3-. a 35/; CentlaI l'ltelu- Elxtended, oelee "r, 2/5; Measter M[ondny b 1/7, . 1(10; Great Luigi Loega. b 417.s 4410; Lange Igan North. b 53, s5/5; Lng Logan North, paid. b.8/6, e 10/6; Ltngi Loan South h 14/6; Lord lobert,'b' l/6, S2/; Ndwe Laegi Logan. b 35/3,-a 85/6, sales 36/, 35r; New Spcimec Hill, b 2, a o2/9.alos 2/5 '2:4- North Nuogotty Ajanx, 14/; Will.?e 'Tell, b Gd; Scars dale, b 1/6, s 1/7. Maryborouh, Rutherglen, and Dis trict.-Duk l tended, b 10 P 10/3, ,ales 10/2, 10/1; Duke and Ma i .ads n.,n 6/9; Great Southorn, b 4/4, a 4I; Great Southern Consols. a 17/; Poeidon Allnnial. b ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
AUCTIONS TU2DA.Y, 1sth JANUARY, TUSD.AY. 1?th JANUA-1RY. At 11 o'olock. On the p.em..? 35 B ridgo etrct.. next the .Mar?et PYOR Al OI.UTE SALE. TRHE LcMO'PLtrE STOCK-LN-TRAD: Of a STA-TON-ILY, FANCY GOODS. GLASi WARIE. AND TOY I10P, In the Asnn.ui ltato o Albert M'Cubbutm Fancy cOn3s, Mechbanical Toys. Jeweollry, vema.tronps?. 1tti m , "-qui q.an Donl?sI . 3dv IA-nr.., lubtbr nOUs (eel orod anel w?iten. (neking lluores, Its bIket Wooden Toes, 13. roLwn. DreS.ed and othor Dlls,. V?-rxs. M]tal Cans and Tri-keto. Whalebono and other Bruh es, lat-ge iovermueno of Stationnry. nc. anl the whole of the Stock, in fitca-olse conetioon. Aoo. Glass Co?s? ; oistrs. and 'ttirng complete: Tlablee, Chaimr dir Tenedll Wood Lnthe, GrinL?tolm, and all Tools comn pk-t?: (brlontcr's Bench. Alo,,t U'NiEX'I IED I.ASE. Also, at 11 o'clock, the halance of tIor of the Shop and Rooms. oexpiring 1o vomnbr. 1916. will ie ofternd. 1N LOTS TI SITI' PUICTILAc RES. Terms. Cash. NVIVtLLIA L?Fltl and CO. (by tb??o r...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
FUNERAL NOTICES WA?TSON,-The frienids of the late Mr William Watson, of Emu, formerly of Ballart, areo respetfolly invitedl to follow his remolair to the place of inter ment, ti Baillnarat Now Cemotery. The funeral bcrtege awill move from the Bal larat W\et railway station to-morrow (Tuedlay. the 13th inet.). on arrival of the 11 o'clock train from Melbourneo. CIAIILLteO M1ltlS,18 Undrirertker and ItEmbalmer. 708 Stlrt st. t?e?r City Fire Brigadet, and S tlnr at. Tel. 270. 1. Laughlin. proprietor. .DWARD:?zTIhe fnred of the la-e ir Alexander Bold Edward arre repe.t fully invitedl to follow his remajins to the pnace of interment, the BaJllarant Old Cemetery. The funeral cortter in ap pointed to leave his late rreidence, 208 Skipeon efort, this day (1Monday, 12tlh January), nt2 p.m. JORDAN alnd TIPPVIP, Uldertaker., ec. Armstrong at. oth (nr. City lall) nd 21 Raglaln st. Nth. Tel. 79. F. W. Barnes and Son, proprietors. r'TUXIN.--The frirends of Mr Ed?nwrd M . Tonen are ro.pectfnlly in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
hen tea was first introduced Europe, about a couple of died years ago - anyhow, before my time - it was in chemist's shops, and was aght to be a cure for every a from a broken leg to a ple on one's nose-of course, didn't know much about then-to-day, however, it is oughly well known as the at and the most wholesome bI bcverages-?it stimulates brightens one up without lng the slightest after Ill. t, and 1 know of nothing In shop that I can say the same g of. nsts ae Wet tea drhlnkea suppose, t's bcoamse we've ye got to have eur wits about nd because we know thsee's lng ntcer or better that we drink. In my own home we ys use the R obur No, J e, and etry nice tea It t has a delightful flavour, glives us great satisfactlto. 9b Cmste/e, C l dn ted. N.wb .ly tdai..,g.d. HOT .. C~OLD HATHS L T rw Medettt. T. WHHBUN. Pevpektot PILES CURED Piles rurnty kill, but thoy marnuo uon stunt torturen. 'l'his specially true in the caNO of thoue who aun- ever uno bigltly nnutipatrl. l'ilrs acl In bquic...
[?]TOCK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914
QCK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT.' s underwent a steadying influence ray. Seeral low-priced quartz Smre treaty dealt in. Snaredale d frm 15 to 2/7, and Contral Pla Enteandc had a further drop. Gold fs want out'of favor, lling down Sijyono offered 619 for Llaborr In neither l c did holders comoa Ajax worn not obtainable at 101. jax North had turnover at 116; Now Spenaeno a il dga ined a faew Amongst alluvials New Lan?li .a o at nta shade under 561, but otnor t stoca held their own. Benaufort 1 nas wome taklen at 3/4.' and 10ar id for Duke Extended. The raecord and loesing quotations weoro;-: lNVfS SIN.NTB. opat Trustees, s 329 Alt/LRAT DISTRICT. INca 1,bb 3 /9, h6 t Victory, b 2,.,ta . 2 t langi Loga,.b 4/6, o 5/ . . Logan A:ontl.' bS4 4L i logan Snoth5, Ibn s 1/Ci L"ni La?gn, b 51, s ?6/. sales m 6/, TlAngi Legi . a.id, b 216 - onr Deep , h /2. s 3/6, sale Ertitdedl West, b 8d, s 9d .io/es Fao eded West, paid, b 6d, s 1/ ern lop, b 1l/, a 1119 arUop,, 6 2/1, /3 IIALLAILAT DISTIICT. I...