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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
SHE SALE SUPREM OUST & SCHOLES, --= THE MAMM: )TH STORES Comme :e Their CREAT H L SF-EARLY On Thursday Next, Feb. 5. WOR POTE3 T L'DEICS O LMX. . - . .We are planning to break all previous records with this sale and can assure you of a'gree: saving bypaying us a visit. Come Early and Secure. ouir Share of the Bargains.. Orders by Post or 'Phor e Promptiy Attended to. OUST & SCHOLES, THE BARG-j JN GIVERS, 'Phone 18.-Bar .ly Street, Ararat. DAVID B, IORRIS. Is now making GREAT REDUCTIONS In Millinery,:; Costum s,; l.louses; &c. In order to I.,ake room for New Seasn's Goods. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE FIRST CLASS GOODS AT LOW' PRICES. In all other Departments will be found 'choice goods, all marked at Special Prices to effect a clearance. The quality of goods kept .: stock is well known to be the very beet, and the prices will be 'ound to be right. -- AN INSPECTION INVITED. ' • ST]-, LYCdUM 'iHEA AR, WEDNESDAY, 25th FEBRUARY, 191. -THE BROKEN CHISEL. A 300...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DVEKTISER OENERA, PRINIING OFFICE, Ligar-steet, Arafat. inEU. G. GRkANO,. barriater-al-Law, -, ,h. .l,,? . bibs Uin cu dlrecla Uxultý U r Ot ~ _ n')U LII W.LES ;,. , e.. r of the reupreme ...I .. :. ean Australia or taking "..! ?.n.. y ? o n.Ldul. rIt I ;.Tl: i.t i.Tail , L.L.I2 1,: 1>llt iLii oOLWI1Tne ....J ,?i· ... ,.I. TlriL Bi.LLoJItica I.. ; .; 1b'I.h'A' o1WOl~ l o,, a..L t, .oI of Freeioltl and Leae. bobnd Seuritie. [A cARD.] vl ii iG.G. CAdI~TAIRS, nOLTC1TO', rc., i?lto lia purc~hsel tle tiractice of MId AuLuAN Ahn±UPtR, .Ila.., - BAI.~malJu AND A iUOUtOB, laridy Street, Ararat, I NTIL lately conducting the prae tice of Mr F. H. Eeles, is: con: tinuiug to reside and Practice at"Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately' occupied by Mr 1t. Dodd. Visits i. illaura 1st and 3rd Friday. ,AtGCHIThCT, bAALbibLU ?tKbhtl,t BAKLLARAT. LAt n . , .peu?lmnualuna. ptepaied 1oi S.al uion.t u, I.lulLgbh. UOluere will it t pi nh s 44.. itentl ettu .. ivi. kYAN :,L....
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. "Advertiser" Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
OOMMIEROIAJL INTELLIGE11tCU. "Advertiser". Office, Monday. The following are the quotations in the local market :-Wheat, per bushel, 3/4!. Flour, per ton, £8/10. Bran, per bushel, 1/. Pollard, per bushel, 1/. Oats--Milling, per bushel,- 1/7 ; feed, per. bushel, 1/6. Barley-Cape, per bushel, 2/3; English, per bushel, 3/. Chaff, per ton, £4. Hay, sheaves, per ton, 35/. Potatoes-Warrnambool, per ton, £3/10; Ballarat, per ton, £3/10. Onions, per ton, £7. Butter-Factory, per lb, 1/1 ; dairy, per lb,' 10d. Ham, per lb,. 1/. Bacon, per lb, lid. Cheese, per lb, 7d. Eggs, per dozen, 10d.
ARARAT DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. ADVISORY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
AHAHAT DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. ADVISORY COUNCIL. At a meeting of the advisory council of the Ararat District High '8ehool, held last week, Cr G. Vanstan (Shire) was unanimously elected chairman for 1914, and Mr W. H. Mackay hon. secre tary. It was resolved to forward the following additional names of council lore to the Education Departmcut for gazettal :-Crs G. Burn (Mayor), J. Ir win, Wm. Tibbles, Mcess:s T. A. Wild, A. Scholes, F. Forster, A. Little. It was resolved that the department be asked to call the attention of country head teachers to the advantages offered at the High School to scholars from the seventh and eighth grades. It Was'al so" decided to write to the department, asking for an additional (fifth) perma nent.teacher to be appointed, there be ing now 115 scholars at the school. It was decided to call a District Educa tional Conference for 1st March, 1914. A number of resolutions dealing with the same were carried, and the arrange. ments were then loft in the hands of...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
GENERAL. A: telegram from Hartford, Connec ticut, reports a remarkable case of sui cide in that city. A sun-dog (parhe. lion or mock sun) of remarkable beauty appeared in the sky, and so terrified a man named William O'Farrell that he hanged himself. O'Farrell had recent ly sustained injuries to his head in an accident. A heavy snowstorm follow ad the sun-dog, as was predicted by.the weather bureau. A deputation of Albanians, headed by ]sead Pasha, the defender of. Scutari, waited on Prince Frederick of Wied and offered him the new throne, which has been accepted. Greece has formally notified the great Powers of her acceptance of the. Aegean Islands, but asks that Turkey -hould not allow the islands given to the, Porte to become the centre.of hos tile operations. The Holy. Synod has secured the pro hibition in all theatres in Russia of a new drama, entitled the "King of the Jews," which was written by a prince' of the Royal House. The grounds of the prohluition are that the play 'is...
DISTRICT CRICKET PREMIERSHIP. RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
DISTRICT CRICKET PREMIEBSHIP. RESULTS OF STjRDAYT'S MATCHES. Two matches were played.last Satur day for the Ararat District premier ship. . ... SRhymney v. Cathcart. The return match between Rhymney and Catheart, was played on Saturday ac Catheart, and resulted in a win for Rhymney. by an innings and 21 runs. The following are the scores: Rhymney. W. Matthews, e beager, b E. Mar shall ........ .. .. .... .. 16 J. Robinson, b E. Marshall ...... 1 F. Symington, b W. Marsuall. .. 22. T. Robinson. b E. Marshall .. . 0 F. Robinson, b 'E. Marshall .... 11 C. Robinson, b E. Marshall .. .. 27 J. Pola, e Ching, b E. Marshall .. 15 W. Robinson, run out . ... . 4 L Notley, b L. Trounson ...... 0 W. Notley, not out ....... 0 Sundries .. ... .... .. 7 Total .... .. ....... . 103 Bowhng.-E. Marshall, 6 for 30 ; \V. Marshall; 1 for 7; L. Trounson, 1 for 23. Cathcart-First Innings. W. Ching, b W. Matthews .. .... 1 D. Trounson, b W. Matthews .. .. 0 C. Smart, b T. Robinson ...... 5 E. Marshall, e W...
SPARROW SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
SPARiROW SHtOOTING. A very successful match was held by the Workingmen's Gun Club on Satur day afternoon. There was some very good shooting. The best performer was W. B. Gangell, who put up a record for ;he club. killing 39 out of 40 ; the next being F. Grinter, 42 out of 46; and lf'Kenzie, 23 out of 25. There eore also a nunmber of sweepstakes decided. The results of the shooting is as fol lows :-Trophy-W. B. B.Gangell, 1, with 9 kills; Mr IIable, 2, securing a pair of hair brushes, given by Mr Beynon. No. I sweepstake-M'Kenzie, 11 kills, and P. 'Martin, 11 kills, divided. No. 2 -M' Kenzie, 5 kills, 1. No. 3-W. B. Gangell, Propisch, and M'Narnara, divided, with 8 kills each. No. 4 Propisch, "'.Young Harry," and F. Grinter divided, with 06 kills each. No. --F. Grinter and W. B. Gangell divid ed,- with 19 kills each.
LYCEUM THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
LYOBUM TKEATRE. A large audience assembled at this popular theatre on Saturday evening ast, when an excellent and well appre ciated programme was screened. " For to-morrow's show the management have chosen the star "The Broken Chisel," 3000 feet.' The story shows a man driv en to desperation by" unemploynient, who robs an unconscious overseer, while the guilt is fastened to another. Even tually his conscience makes him con fess and all is straightened out. -An other star will be screened in "Black Beauty," a picture featuring a won derful horse. Edward Power, St years of age, was overcome whilst working at a bush fire in the Kyneton district. He was founil shortly afterwards frightfully burned; and expired before medical aid could F-a- a~s; .r
MEMORIAL SERVICE AT MOYSTON [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
MEMORIAL SBRVIOB AT MOYSTON On Sunday afternoon last, at -the Moyston Presbyterian utnurch, special reference was made to the passing away of Mrs Herbertson, sr., who frome the beginning of the services held in the church had been identified with the congregation. Rev. J. J. Spalding took as his text, Psalm 103.15---"As for man, his days are as grass; as a flower of the field, so loe lourisheth. for the wind passeth over it, and it is gone. and the place thereof shall know It no more. But the mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him." Having com pared the life of man, in its growthn, with the life of grass, and the beauty of man's life in its powers of tateut, knowledge and character - with the flower. of tue field, he spoke of their transitoriness, and in contrast there with brought out the grandeur of God, in the duration of all the powers, par ticularly that of His mercy. In speak ing of Mrs Herbertson, said that shE had:always been attached to...
ARARAT BOROUGH COUNCIL. THE ESTIMATES MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
ARARAT BOROUGH COUNCIL. THE ESTIMATES MEETING. A special meeting of the Ararat Bor ugh Council was held last night at the 'ouncil Chambers, Town Ball, for the ,urpose of dealing with the estimates f receipts and expenditure. There vere present-Cr G. Burn (Mayor), and )rs .. Irwin, J. Tuson, E. J. Simpson, V. Tibbles, W. Timmins, T. Impey and . A. Brazidt. PBthnlated Receipts-1913.14. trrears of rates .. ,:..... £150 0 0 nterest on rates .. ::.. ..25 0 0 iunitary' rates .. .. 70 0 0 .nterest on Sanitary rates 6 0 0 Sates certificates . . 0 10 0 Wale of sanitary pans.... 17 0 0 ;overnment endowment .. 50 0 0 .rants in lieu of licenses.. 613 0 0 3rants, parks and gardens 50 0 0 Licenses. Plumbers .... .. .. 1 0 0 Cabs .. .2. .. .. ... 2 5 0 Dairy .... .. 10 0 0 Athletic .. .. ...;. ; 2 0 0 Noxious trades .. .#.. 1 0 0 Builders .. ,'; .. 2 0 0 Piano Hire.. . ::. .. .15 0 0 Lighting Town Hall.a' 26 0. 0 lire lamps ...... . .. 0 0 Dog registrations .. ...' .. 38 0 0 Police Court fines.. -...
NEW GOVERNOR ARRIVES. WELCOMED TO VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
NEW GOVERNEOR ARRIVES. WELCOMED TO VICTORIA. MELBOURNE. Monday. The newly appointed Governor of Victoria, Sir A. L: Stanley, arrived to day. and..was duly welcomel. His Ex cellency landed'-at Port. Melbourne, where a guard of honor of Australian icn-or-warsmen me'::him, as. .id also a. half-battalion of. cadets. and a. large number of schbo: children. Large. crowds of "people assembled in the streets, and the welcome accorded to the vice-regal'party was anenthu siastic one. ... T... Governor. was duly sworn, in by. .r -ustice., A'Beckett, in, the absence 'i- the Chief Justice.
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
BPORTING NTELLGOENO. BOWLS. To-morrow a match in connection with the Grampians Association compe tition will oe played at Ararat between Ararat and Hamilton. Hamilton will journey on to Stawell, and will meet the latter club on Thursday. Should Hamilton succeed in winning both mat ches they will be on even terms with Stawell in games, but they will need to .in by big margins, as Stawell has a long lead on points, by which the result is decided. The Ararat rinks will be--No. 1- Claringbold (captain), Dr. Philpott, Dr. Matthews, Jones. No. 2-E. IA'Gibbony (captain), Shaw, Dr. Came ron, Wright. No. 3-J. 8. Morris (captain), D. Mackay, W. H. urano, 11. M' Gibbony. No. 4--DeNully (captain), Rev. Noltenius, Dr. Brown, :Moore. Emergencies-Wightwick, T. G. Grano, Giblett, Short, Rev. Pattin son, W. H. Mackay.
TOWN CLERK AND ENGINEER. FURTHER COMMUNICATIONS FROM MR W. N. LOCK. TO BE DEALT WITH AT NEXT COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
TOWN CLEEK AND ENGINEER. FURTHER COMMUNICATIONS FROM MR W. N. LOCK. TO BE DEALT -.WITH AT NEXT COUNCIL MEETING. At the speaial meeting of the Ararat Borough. Council, -held last. nignt. to deal with the estimates when there was' a full attendance. of councillors, with the exception of Cr Stephenson, who-had not returned from Melbourne, SThe Mayor stated that two communi cations had been received from Mr W. N. Lock in reference to his appoint Went as Town Clerk and Engineer. It would be necessary for them to. take actionr upon those letters. (which. were not presented) but they could not do so that night. The pre sent Town Clerk and assistant Town Clerk were quite willing to continue as at present till definite arrange ments had been made. There would be no inconvenience whatever'if coun cillors were satisfied with the arrange ments. Cr Impey-Why not have a special meeting next Monday night to deal with the matter? The Mayor-It is for you to decide what shall be done. Cr Irwin-It is ...
GLENTHOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
GLENTHOMPSON, The half yearly.:soccial under the auspices of the Glcnthompson Glee Club took " place ;+ on. Wednesday" evening, when :there wastg fairly large attend ance of members and their friends. _Some delightful items were rendered by the members, of the club, and were heartily appreciated by those present. Games were indulged in during the evening and proved thoroughly enjoy able. A sumptuous coffee supper brought a pleasant and successful even ing to a close. Harvest thanksgiving- services were held at the local Church of England on Sunday last, when special anthems and hymns were sung, and the preach ers were the Rev. R. A. Giles and Dr. Irving. On Sunday, 1st March, the local Presbyterian and Methodist Churches will hold united harvest thanksgiving services in the Mechanics' Hall. The Rev. A. M'Leod will conduct a service in the afternoon at three o'clock, and Mr R. 8. Wigley, of Willaura, will preach at the evening service at seven o'clock. On the following Tuesday a soci...
CHARGED WITH LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
* OHARGED WITH LA2ROmqY. * _t the Ararat Police Court o' Satur day. morning, before Mr E. J. Simpson, J.P., a young man named Albert Mars land was charged with that 'he did, at Langi' Logani, on' 17th K?January last, steal a bicycle of the value of £10, the property of William Martin.' Superin tendent Canty prosecuted, and the ac cused was undefended. . William Martin deposed-I am a miner, residing at.Langi Logan. I re memnber three o'clock on 17th January. I was going to work at the Cathcart Central mine. I had my bicycle with me,' and left it alongside the creek un der a .tree when -I went below-a prac tice'adopted by miners. About twenty miniutes past ten'o'clock at night I went to get my bicycle, when I found that it was missing. 1 searched for it and could not find it, and then reported the matter to the police, in whose possession I have since seen tne bicycle. I identify the bicycle in court as mine, and value it at £10 now. I have never seet the accused before, and never gav...
CREW ON A ROCK. THREE MEN DROWNED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
CREW ON A ROCK. THRED MEN DROWNED. . LONDON, Sunday. Three. lifeboats remained' near the Mexico during the .entire day.._ ,The Srew of the vessel, excepG four, who were. drowned, took refuge iupon a wave-washed .rclL. The lifeboat from Sethard capsized at midnight. Three Vf the: crew were drowned. Eleven ,thers clunig to the boat until they' were washed up on to the rock in an exhausted condition. It is expected that the crew of the Mexico and the lifeboat meh will eventually be rescued. S, rn ? " m.,
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. Cathcart Company.-No. 3 shaft North end, No. 6 rise-Top deck Opened No. 3 west, 20 feet in from rise and driven 68 feet, prospects poor. Truckroading and panelling on.'Nos. 3, 5 and 6 rises, with fair results. Yield, 451 ozs, including 106 ozs from ma chine bottoms. Cathcart Central Company.-No. 41 rise-One party crosscutting in payable Wash. No. 3. rise-One party panel ling wash good value. No.. 3-Two parties panelling and crosscutting; wash payable. No.., 2--One party panelling and two crosscutting in wash of good value. South-east end-No.. 1 branch, No.. 1 rise-Two parties cross cutting; :wash good quality. Cockloft -One party crosscutting south-west,; fair prospects at times. No. 2.branch -No. 2 rise-Opened south-east and driven 24 feet in retf. A crosscut south-west ;driven 30 feet; expect to cut. wash in face shortly. ,No. 3 rise at end..of _this level started..- South east; main-Long caps to form curve for No.. 3 branch in, posiuon; main drive extend...
VESSEL STRANDED. FEARS FOR THOSE ON BOARD. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
VESSEL STREANDED. FEARS FOR THOSE ON BOARD. - LONDON, Saturday. The Norwegian vessel Mexico tranded off the southern coast of Nicksford last night during a tempest. fwo members of the crew managed to et ashore badly injured.' A life )oat was driven out to sea, and has lot been seen since. Another boat from Kilmore. was smashed' against the lIexico's sides. The occupants man} aged to get on board the Mexico. Orave fears are .entertained fox ;hose aboard the ill-fated vessel, wnicl threatens td break up -on the rocks.
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 February 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE. While matters at the New Langi Lo gan mine were not advanced much fur ther by last week's operations, on two important points further satisfactory results were secured. In the south drive from the No. I rise workings an ad-i vance of about 16 feet is recorded since the previous report, but the wash, which was of.a heavy nature, was just below the points of the laths, the fea ture of interest being that sniall sam ples gave prospects equal to 2 ozs per fathom. The north drive, to relieve the pressure of water in the rise, was carried 16 feet with the wash 3 feet over the back, so that an idea of the condition of the lead in this direction should soon be obtainable. The second result of special interest given in the latest report is that the average pre sure of water in the bores has been reduced to 16 lb to the square inch. or a reduction of 31b in a fortnight. With that change before him, the manager now expresses confidence that, when a few rises are completed,...