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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
OBITUARY Mr. Thomas W. Rutherford, a well- known and highly respected resident of Ballarat and Western Creek, passed away yesterday in his 88th year. The deceased was a legal and mining mana- ger. For some time he had been in in- &nbsp; &nbsp; different health. He was never married. The funeral takes place on Friday morn- ing at the New Cemetery.
RIDDEL. CHICKEN-POX AT SCOUTS' CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
RIDDELL. CHICKEN POX AT SCOUTS' CAMIP. Good work is being done by the Souts camp on Braemar Hils. The fine swimming hole in Riddell's-Creek. about half a mile from the camp, has been taken advantage of and good practice has been made by those learning to swim. Two Scouts (brothers) developed symp toms of chicken-pox on Sunday. and were at once isolated. On Monday they were transferred to the railway station in the troop's trek cart and accompanied by Scout Master Sadlier. proceeded to their homes.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
SILVER WEDDINGS. ELLSWORTH—TYSON (silver wedding). &nbsp; On the Ist January, 1889, at Christ Church, St. Arnaud, by the Rev. J. B. Stair. Frederick Thomas Ellworth of Sebastopol, to Jane Tyson, of Avon Plains. Present address- Rich Avon, Clarkson street, Sebastopol. IN MEMORIAM KENWORTHY.—In loving remembrance &nbsp; of my dearly beloved son and our dear brother, William. who was accidentally killed at Lal Lal, 1st January, 1895. So dearly loved and sadly missed. —Inserted by his loving mother and brothers. NICHOLLS.—In loving memory of my &nbsp; dear wife and our loved mother, who died 1st January, 1904. —Inserted by her husband. John Nich-. olls, and daughters, R. and L. Nicholls and B. M'Mamara. NORBRUN.—--In fond and loving remem- brance of my dear husband and father, Charles Norbrun, who departed this life 1st January, 1913. at Haddon. Gone, but not forgotten. —Inserted by his loving widow and chil- dren. SHIELDS.—A tribute of everlasting love &...
IS HE SPARKS? SUSPECT REMANDED. BAIRNSDALE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
IS HE SPARKS? SUSPECT REMANDED. &nbsp; BAIRNSDALE; Wednesday. The man known as "Ned" O'Neill who is suspected of being identical with John Henry Sparks, who escaped from Pent- ridge in July, 191. was to-day formally remanded until Friday next. He was arrested at Cobungra on Sunday morning by Supt Powler of Sale and three mount- ed constables. Insp E. Hewitt of Bairns- dale, who was present at the Rutherglen court when Sparks and his companion Negus were committed for trial and also at the Supreme Court Rutherglen when they were sentenced identified O'Neill as the escaped prisoner Sparks. On Friday n-it. an important wittness from New South Wales will give evidence.
BALLARAT POST OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
BALLARAT POST OFFICE NOTICES. Mails for Europe, per R.M.S. Orontes. will close at the Post Office as under: Money order, 5 p.m., Wednesday, 7th January: parcels post, 6 p.m., .Wednes day, 7th January; registered letters, p.m' Thursday, 8th January: letters and papers, 6.45 p.m., Thursday, 8th January. Portsea and Sorronto Mondays. Tues days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 6.30 p.m.; Saturdays, 6.30 a.m., 6.30 p.m. New South Wales. daily, 10.15 a.m.. 6.30 p.m.; Riverina, daily, 10.15 a.m.; Corowa. daily. 10.15 a.m. Queensland, daily, 10.15 a.m. South Australia, Bordertown, and Mount Gambier Districts. 10.15 am., 6.15 p.m. daily Western Australia, 6.45 p.m. Hobart and Launceston, and all ports &nbsp; 31st December, 6 a.m. Stanley, Burnie, Deveonport. Strahan Zeehan, and Queenstown, 2nd January, &nbsp; a.m. &nbsp; New Zealand, via Hobart 3st Decem ber. 6 am. Wellington, 2nd January. 10.15 a.m. &nbsp; Auckland 6th January. 10.15 a.m. Darwin, 6th January. 10.15 a....
BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
BALLARAT EXHIBITION. The Exhibition was open again yester- day afternoon and evening, and especially at the later time the attendance was most gratifying. A fresh supply of fish from &nbsp; the Endeavor will be sent up this morn- ing, and put into the ice chests, and as a good deal of interest is being shown in this department, films illustrating the work of the Endeavor will be among the moring pictures shown at the open-air picture show. The Mario- nettes and Punch and Judy show. which have been arranged for to be on view on Friday, Saturday, and Monday, should prove a great attraction for the children. A feature which shows how the surround- ing district is appreciating the Exhibi- tion is the notable percentage of country people who are among the most interest- ed of the visitors. The Exhibition should not be missed by any visitors to &nbsp; Ballarat to-day, and local people, too, cannot do bitter than give a look in at the place
COUNTRY NEWS BUSH FIRES FARMERS' HEAVY LOSSES. CROPS AND FENCING. WANGARATTA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
COUNTRY NEWS BUSH FIRES FARMERS' HEAVY LOSSES &nbsp; CROPS AND FENCING WANGARATTA. Wednesday Disastrous fires have raged in the ???e- by and Greta districts and have resulted in heavy losses being suffered by various &nbsp; farmers. While a thunderstorm was in progress a dry tree was struck by lightnig. The long grass was ignited, and as there was a strong wind howling, the iamnrts swept all before them. Mr P. Kearnoy lost 400 acres of grass and four otacks c s. containing SbJoU SU ton. Mr Kearnec' famil.v had a nar row ecpe. They wre fo.ced to lenae the hom:eitcad aid reek shetter on the road. The fire camo up to the wall of the bnildinf. bht the .trocture vas .avtd, after hard nehtine. Mr Gee. Smith. of Greta. losCt 7 acros of satnding crop. whirch wa ready for the harvoter. and, in addition. two stac of0 wheat aed oats. r Carmichaoel lo?t o0 acres of tooked eop. and :hou?nds of accts of teaoo o ere burnt, as cell as a omall quantity of stanoditg crop. Mliles of fe...
DANDY PIERROTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
DANDY PIERROTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Only three more nightsof the Dandies' season in Ballarat. They gave an ex- cellent entertainment at the Mechanic's Institute last night, and delighted the audience with their fun and their good singing. The comedy is superb, and, moreover, everything is of an irrepreach- able character. The company is a nume- rous one, and embraces a great variety of entertaining talent. Mr W. Watts, the character comedian, was especially successful last night in amusing the au- dience; Miss Kate Checkett's singing was delightful; but, in fact, all the artists are so good that one can scarcely be sin- gled out for mention. A new programme will be rendered to-night, and New Year's night cannot be better or more en- &nbsp; &nbsp; joeably spent than in listening to this talented company. Fresh programmes again will be rendered on Fridlay night and on Saturday. For Saturday, the closing night, a special effort will be made and ...
PATHE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
PATHE'S PICTURES. That Pathe's Pictures intend to keep up their high reputation for first-class films will be granted by anyone who pays a &nbsp; visit to the Alfred Hall to-night. This popular picture firm, who has been the pioneer of moving pictures in this City since 1909, have kept on making improve- ments for the last four years both as regards films and accommodation, so that it stands now as one of the best appointed and best film showing had in the Com- monwealth. It is only necessary to give a glance at this evening's programme to realise what trouble and expense Mr Tournouer goes to to please his numerous patrons. Success has not made him care less, but on the contrary he is ever more keen and painstaking for the public's en- joyment. The special New Yeanr star is a sensational racing drama entitled '"The Kissing Cup" and 3500 feet long, taking up practically the whole of the second part of the programme. This stirring drama, in which racing, sport, and love are ha...
[?] INTELLIGENCE [?] Office, Wednesday. [?]SLESALE PRODUCE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
INTELLIGENCE Office, Wednesday, WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. —Wheat, 3/5 to 3;6 Oats, Fair seed 1/7 milling. Barley good, 3/3, Cape, 2/4, £2.10, pollard. £4. 1/10 to £5. Hay and 37/6; new man- Straw, 30, to 32/6. II .iS i.' idj; itew 0160 o too to';t//L.hAlX ' kto *2. 1/vd lovlhI I·· lhoaiii 7/p. Ch 67d to /d~ Clot l lsPI It of o ,,io.C. h Clitototy il/I' do'7' tot 70 71,7.~olv /71cml Si 1 dih ll)nc* ioii'.-dI ieC/tcrioo lol to~i n .1.1,1// rll too f277711d 1 7iCIiiC .1.77;r So~ '17rlrr, ruto 177.;vcod/ 10 itcc '0/7Inrnn, I-t// C/CCet ~:t alis? o .Chi iitppio% C/j o tC.C .t.Ijir / tro ± 7 CC'~h 06atr 17 7ej itod Co, 4/3l~ n-IOib'~R tIdot mo~kt me wi/ ittnf 1770o·ll oupple o t han 1 (IiIlii Cl ltis, jlC '~i itO 17.1 n7oooteo foicly otitdy l~ooio qol' vo to otk Nlom cuarooooo '710 ShJIN~t2Y. Woitlcul at.Iml 0~ 000' pCI Ci'its ,v-ti lhioII~ehC 371, CtsoIhttC."II Iiiiitivitooi'10/ 710.151 '~inaI'seiiOIIo~ jotool 710/. ovo qlrhloot ijl/t. LI1im doltr Iliatto 70 l LHllln itioi oh hoo 010 1.i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; GREAT "XMAS" CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS &nbsp; AT &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COWDELL, TONNER AND ELLIS'. C.T.E. CORNER. UNTIL THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. TRAM TERMINUS. CELEBRATE THE PHENOMENAL SUCCESS WE INTEND TO GIVE THE PUBLIC THIS CHRISTMASTIME THE GREATEST FEAST OF BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN BALLARAT. WE DON'T STOCK TOYS, BUT WE DO SPECIALISE DRAPERY, AND CATER FOR THE MASSES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF OUR XMAS BARGAINS. &nbsp; Our Holiday Bargains in Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, Sunshades, Neckwear, Belts, Veilings and Gloves of all kinds. Xmas Bargains in Underclothing. Misses' Muslin and Silk, Frocks and Print French Camisoles. New designs in Nightime Infants' Garments, Underskirts and women's singlets. BARGAINS in SOAPS, PERFUMES,...
FROM OUR EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 1 January 1914
FROM OUR EXCHANGES Since Time is not a person we can over- take when he is past, let us honor him with mirth and cheerfulness of heart while he is passing. Complaints are being made of telephone delays at Dalyston. Messages are some- times seven or eight hours behind time. Cyril Brown was repairing a motor car on Tuesday at Bendigo when a spring snapped, and.struck him on the right forearm, causing a compound fracture. The jockeys Frank Wootton, Stanley Wooton, and W. Huxley, all associated with the stable of R. Wootton are on board the R.M.S. Morea, which arrived at Fremantle from London on Tuesday. Robert John Wilson, a miner employed at the Proprietary mine, Broken Hill, &nbsp; committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor on Tuesday at the Criterion hotel, where he was staying. Mr. Watt stated on Tuesday that the Cabinet had considered Mr. Mead's reply to the request for reconsideration of his resignation, and that the Ministry's de- &nbsp; cision would be...
COLAC REGATTA. BALLARAT CREWS SUCCESSFUL COLAC, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
COLAC REGATrA. II? vi CRtuWS SUCCp SSFUI. . , t O AC.' Prida . lInc Igettaon Now Year's"l?y I a inacvrd al-tendaucn and thore strong muster of ysachtsmsel and 'h'h forrahore of the Lake was with s pstatnm, whilst hundreds of, paritie enjloyed themselves un. d ridsul of te treat in th OGar. 'lhe rrnulta wares in.-A t.Iurrey (Alhnrt 1ark), . nlrr.iýe lr min. 45 sen.,l; A. Sit [ na'olm). 1"a. handlicpi It miil. 30 .\. Duokwortl (Caole), Swastika, 7 in. 52 sc.. 3 C. ]hlclun?an ( t11 rk), eltisa arr, 4. Thuo rein ne ry iati inrre fn on. 'Tsr aetual inrts of th plneed boats weses I hr. 52 ran. 30 ses.; Unn. 2 hr acs; Sastlcta, I hir.s 5 min S . . . . . roo ;.i. 7ijotia0 1 bo,"G. rt3oin. 10 ,r~ 'l'.nlv"ixn l 0 1..0-. \ Lnourtl (1,0.3. inou) Sopontibi. bottiClt, had lld in. 1 1; ,\. sMII ((l~e)U S r~IO 11'TlIn, 2wu nwA. Sll c uc o, rrl~n. 11. r r. llcuiitkl0 No j wen hr n n~nn ;;,;.l ergo UIi(I \lul ; 'lr-C itt Ifl" o 1 i tnll Nd 1. 1t 'U'o, U. W3iirce itaamdonlr 2; lru rýna arnl;i; SuI: tt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
. . GO SSE Y., Ltd. Mts, J. J. GOLLER PTY., Ltd. P IRRITATION AHIR-CAME OUT with Pimple. Spread to So Cuticura Ointment Made l, Co lete Cure. Hair Thick. i nilPar. Whittina, Vie.-"I had t a I of th scp anlL ii," or halr. It 'inout tiln eit atof a small pilmpla. BO haM n thl top of my ead, and 1trtla a tli ti hair was comning out of the p arts. A fliond adviad me ta o buy .OI Cutirt" .t Ointment. TlAnks to i l for recommendlng l ? I mvo ?red timr x-pen" frontl byling anything rI IIeau.ae It In made ra complaete it y hair IlS growat, ans thick a. l tier pnart f my iiantd tor the Cautinlra Ronap, I would uat 7now:; I have nrat faith in It. It I artr my day'n hard work I Just cn Ipprr Of wathr and take a wanrm aI rn n gooad lather of the Ouit. I and I fatl qnuit refrtshed. and all the paina out of my linims,widich I t?,. n befohre tsing lho Cu?tiia (iganid) Samueal Iarry. Jana 24, S rough, clappl and hicildlnt S a ln, hItring aillm, and Ilnfui ,t nit I niidiialel . nl, . one-titalh t ur...
TERANG RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
RTEANG ACES "' i~i-- Is l 1.. 1; Astorbert. 2; Sports GI V . Winer price, 5 to 2. Ir. - Kylunda, 1; Th'collcot,'.2 I'hg, :,. Winnor'n price. 7 to 1. --NnLler, 1; lireCIo 2; Gianleston, 113.` r r tho winner, Sn'l.n".-Kynppa. I; Squirm, 2 S o FS. ours the winner. Ilex, 'diot, 2; Jlullmont, ' w c-uric. 2 to 4. 5cc,, -'1'rnnlu, 1: Mlay Coil. 2; N . ; 2l. uoa thGin winner. .1; Glonholl, 2; Ater. be Evens the winner.
TROUBLE IN NATAL SERIOUS SITUATION. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
'IOIJ3UIJ IN NATAL S1;ILIOUS SITUA'TAO\. LONDON WeIurivlas Thoooutltwk in"regnil to tie threiten. yl treh~o inthe N ta lir-jer, rhieli if it eventuates. IN'rri t I b "lrll %wrn cn idle fallnlds of Natal and the Transvaal,. is alarmingly 'tr llnanaie. II1the secreiary of the, tdat the aitinui it Natal lnas really enrlIne nM the Witrna'hrate collieries inlendenl In sup~port the demands ofn u their rlloowrrurers illlthe neiiuigtnorng prn tinm" 7'Ja'ito doantnnth tninclde a quint ot a an rg aloif8 n tiny. with tlho ant n hail for nnnrttto. uand rl thie en. intntntatlet of lour nin who harp Leon disminn t.u