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HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOM ACHE AND FOOD FERMENTA TION. BY A STOMACH SPECIALIST. As a specialist who has. spent many years in the study and .treatment of stomach troubles, I have been forced to the conclusion that most .people who complain of stomach, trouble possess stomachs that are absolutely healthy and normal. The real trouble, that which causes all the pain and difficulty, is acid in the stomach, usually due to, or aggravated by,. food fermentation. Acid irritates the delicate lining of the stomach and food fermentation causes wind, which distends the stomach ab normally, causing that full bloated feel ing. Thus both acid and fermentation interfere with and retard the process of digestion. The. stomach is usually healthy. and normal, but irritated.al most past endurance by these foreign elements-acid and wind. In all such cases-and they comprise- over 90 per cent. of all stomach difficulties-the first and only step necessary is to neu tralise'the acid and stop the fermenta tion ...
TRUSTS AND COMBINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
TRUSTS AND COMBINES. That highly unpleasant person', Mr' Sharpe. ?.I'.., has never ceased, sine. his retirn to the House of Represeiita tires as member for Oxlcy; to 'denounce the American Beef Trust,. which he claimed was getting a footing in Auis tralia. Unfortunately Mr Sharpe con fined his remarks to mere geperalities as regarded the trusts and operations, and contented himself with blackguard lag the Government. It would appear, however, now from what is, happening. in touth America that. Mr.Sharpe's ery of "Wolf" should not no ignored by Australia. In the Argentine the American Beef Trust. has completely. knocked out the competition of the.Bri tish and local companies by-submitt:,. at first to great losses, and so obtaining complete contiol of.tne market, so that now the Argentine' Government,is be ing appealed to to take action to pro tect the stock industry..Mr.Glynn is un derstood. to have the matter in hand-so far as Australia is concerned,. but lle wrill have to wake up.-...
PECULIAR PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
PECULIAR PROMOTION... Years ago I knew ih a'douitry town a quiet, hard working postmaster, who was lucky enough later on to rise to the rank of inspeetor before he retired on' pension. Those who knew the geptie man in question must, like myself, have been rather surprised the other day ;to find him described in a mniraigi Advitr. tisement as atu inspector I~f "' ii'i- " And yet the papers that make thlese silly mistakes were fighting the other day tooth and nail against a claim for damages by a wontau whose honor.hhd been assailed tnroiugh a birth advertise neat inserted by tne papers' ~ithoiit Inquiry.
TOUCHY FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
TOUCHY FITZROY. By the way, it woulda appear as' if Mr Billson's constituents were .ns i'en sitive as their member. Beeaiiose' 'in' reaching Parliament House td be' sworn in the Oovernor-designate, Siir 'Arthur Stanley, had to drive: along'.a.'street, that forms one of the boundaries'ofi Fitcroy, the concnil of that 'dignified muniipality desired to bail up His Excellclhy and give him an opportuiity of inspecting the Mayor and councillors' in nil the glory of their antique cloth= iagn When the reception 'committee wijrlv barred this ridiculous deremony, Fitzroy got up and snorted.'' If the reception committee had gone a bit, fdni ther and knocked out some i of' the other absurdities of the 'day, doubt.lesr the new Governor would have been bet ter impressed with the mainers ;apd customs of his new home.. Arthur ar rived by the mail boat early'ii 'tihe morning alongside the pier at Port Mel: bourne, hut inustead of his. Ministers. waiting on him then and v'eledmingi himn to his new ho...
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. MR MURRAY'S JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
OUv MEBOB UL ETTE. MR MURBRAY'S JOKE. Bitherto Mr Solly, M.L.A., has been credited even by his own party as be -g the densest man in Par iament with rgerd to a joke. As one of his lead ers used to put it, "Bob can't see a okunless itgetse up and hits himin they, and then e calls it a fact." Now, however, Mr Solly has to yield the ass's ears prize to Mr J. W. Bill on, M.L.A., who, judging by his per. formance at the dinner to the' new Go vernor, must have been born in Boetiai When Mr Murray, who, like Mr Deakin. is known to have refused. titular hon ors for himself, said its'no reason why a man should not be titled if it pleas ed the Crown to offer him honors, and he felt inclined that way, and he reck oned himself as good as Labor. Mr "illson foolishly interpreted the remark Soan attack on Labor, and said so. Everybody else at the gathering know it was a joke, and laughed at the too ensitive member for Fitzroy. No member of Parlimnent was, however, enuinely sorry for Mr Billson's bl...
The Ararart Advertiser SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY . 28, 1914. Miss Roberts, who recently resigned her 'position as matroni of the Ararat Hospital, left for Ballarat yesterday. Miss Ball, the new matron, assumed charge of the institution at the begin ning of .-e week. -`Accounts await payment 'at the Ara rat Sub-treasury for the following: Ararat Hospital, W. Bates, J. Cross ley and Son, Flattely and Lewis, H. A. C.:Irving, J. R. Matthews, N.. M'Don ald, J. 7i'Namara, G. F. Snch, F. B. Wonser.ley. It will be of interest to .nash;,rs of our readers who follow photography to note that Mr Tubman, of "Kodak," Ltd., will give a demonstratic.n '.t Cannon's on Tuesday next. Camera users should not lose the opportunity to prpfit by Mr Tubman's visit. Notice of motion has been given by Cr Impey for the next meeting of the Ararat Borough Council as follows : "That the clause as written and en closed herewith be portion of the agree ment under which the person appoint. ed Town Clerk and Engineer shall hold office during his ...
PROGRESS OF NEW LANGI LOGAN. BEATING THE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
PROGRESS OF NEW LA?ZGI LOGAN. BEATING THE WATEB. [From the " Argus."''] Without doubt, the most interesting mining venture in Victoria to-day is the New Langi Logan mine, situated about five miles from Ararat. Operat ing as it is on the main deep lead of a field which has some of the most strik ing yields of the early diggings to its credit, there is a solid ground for hope that the company will have a prosper. ous career, and lead the way for many other ventures, once the development difficulties are overcome. In 1909 the present company, chiefly through the in strumentality of _Mr I. Dodd, the pre sent chairman, set out to accomplish the task which had brought disaster to its predecessors, and it has been so far successful that the shaft has been sunk, over a mile of reef driving accomplish. ed, the water kept under control, and now the wash has been reached by the first rise. Material encouragement for shareholders has been forthcoming in the meantime in the way of good pros pect...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
fl -- .1 GnEiLLIGBOC . :, The Cathcart de?tral Companyp has decided to deepen their shaft, and pre parations for that work are in hanld. An additional 40 feet Will be"'sunr to assure command of the ground going down the lead. Three days ago the No. 4 Government bore on the upper Langi -Logan was bottomed at 109 feet, showing 3 feet of strong wash, which prospected a little fire gold.
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. Yesterday's quotations of, Ararat stocks were as under :- Cathcart-Buyers, 2/4; -sellers, 3/. Do. (paid)-Buyers, 2/5; sellers, 3/. Catheart. Central-Buyers, 29/4.; sellers, 29/6 ; sales, 30/6, 30/, 29/6, 29/9, 29/73, 29/43. Great Langi Logan-Buyers, 3/3; sellers, 3/8. Langi Logan North-Sellers, 5/9. New Langi Logan- Buyers, 1/3; sellers, 31/6 ; sales, 31/3, 31/6. Catheart Victory-Buyers, 1/8 ; sel lers, 1/9. Langi Logan Central-Buyers, 2/6; sellers, 3/3. Langi Logan South--Sellers, 15/. Upper Langi Logan-Buyers, 1/23; sellers, 1/4. Do. (paid)-Buyers, 2/7. P. E. STRANGWARD, Sharebroker, Member Stock Exchange, of Melbourne, 331 Collins Street, Melbourne. (Tel. 8226.) Private telephone, Winds-r, No. 2879. GEORGE GOSSIP, Agent.
OUTBREAK STILL SPREADING. SIXTEEN CASES IN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
OUTBREAK STILL SPREADING. SIXTEEN CASES IN IIOSPITAL. "Unlappily. the outbreak.: of. :enteric still continues. to spreaa, and. tnere arc now sixteen eases, under treatment in the local hospital, three. being. admitted this week. .One. patient died and one has been discharged, there having thus been 18,cases in. the institution since the disease spread at.thiE beginning of this year."'-It has been found neces sary to order more beds for the in stitution. 'Besides these 18 casec there are four at Bewley Hospital and several 'ro'uifnder treatment at their own homes, two members of one family being striken down. The gravity of the situation may be relieved should the rain which set in last night be of a copious nature; but it behoves the council to give prompt and careful consideration to the report it has re ceived, and take such action as will tend to remove the evil which year after year afflicts the town. |- -`n
IMPORTANT EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE. TO BE HELD AT ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
IMPORTANT EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE. TO BE HELD AT ARARAT. Arrangements are already well- in hand for the holding of an important District Educational Conference in Ararat on Saturday, 21st March, at the Town Hall. The conference, which is being organised by officials of the Edu cation Department, through the Advis ory Council of the District High School, will be a most representative one, and will deal with matters of vital concern to all interested in the edu cational progress of the town and dis trict. Teachers of all private and State schools within a radius of about 25 miles have been asked to attend, and it' is proposed to allow them to close their schools on the Friday after noon in sufficient time to enable them to proceed to Ararat that day so as to be present at the opening session of the conference, whicn will commence at 10 a.m. The municipal councils have been asked to appoint delegates, as also have the Traders' Association, Amalgamated Miners' Association, Mechanics' Ins...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
THE SALE SUPREI-. OUST & SCHOLES, ---THE MAM1biOTH STORES Commence Their CREAT H LF-YEARLY On. Thursday Next, Feb.: 5. OI PO 'ET?R Tý,?!C EI O -L"Y . .0-o - We are planning to break all previous records with-this sale and can assure yoiiof ;a gre?t saving by paying us'a visit. Come Early and Secure Youir Share of the Bargains.. Orders by. Post or 'Phone Promptly Attended to. :UST & SO?HLES STHE- . BA. RC Il GT- IVE,?S, 'Phone 18.-Barkly Street, Ararat. DAVID B, MORR 8 Is now making GREAT REDUCTIONS In Millinery, Costumes, Blouses, &c. In order totmake room for New Season's Goods. NTHIS IS AN OPPOrroTITY TO SECURE FIRST OLASS 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 in sitock is well known to be the: very best, and the prices will be found to be right., - AN INSPECTION INVITED. LYCEUM THEATRE, SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY, 1914. -ZU ZU. Come.. and laugh an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DVERTISER GENERAL ? RINTING - OFFICE, Ligar-street;,Arrat. gr THEO. G. GRANO, Barrister-at-Law,, . ius Removed his Office to directly, OPPOSTPE THE ..... NK E NOEW .SOUPH:.- WALES: A Commissioner of" the Supreme ourt of Western Australia foi taking ,dstits in Victoria. MR H. E. WE-B B, sokitor AC.eo , Oppositethe.Cairt Rousee,. (Cnornesioner of.- Victorl. rsrt Money to Leand. ;TEWAT W. [Iriw[,:, L.L.31 BABBISTEB AND SOLIQITOB. O?MERCIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS BARKLY STREET ABRBAT. Doneys to lend of Freehold and Lease hold Becurities. [A CARD.] MR H0, . CARSTAIRS, SOLICITOR, &c;, Who has purchased the Practice of - Mi. ADRIAN AIHIURST, L.L.B., BAERRISTER AND SOLICITOR, BDarkly Street, Ararat, NJTIL lately conducting' the prac tice of Mr F. H.. Eeles, is con sing to reside and Practice at Ara t, and has removed to the office lately. eupied by Mr H. Dodd. Visits Willaura let and 3rd Friday ARCHITECT, lIANFIELD SIREET,. AIAIAT. : LA?S and Spercfioatione prepared for...
WILLAURA NEWS. Friday. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
WILLAURA NEWS. (From our Correspond nt.) Friday. PROGRESS ASSOCIAT' :.r A meetisig of'the Willaura Prcgis . Association was held on Tuesday even ing last, when there was a good at tendance. A good deal of general business was transacted, but nothing of a specially interesting nature was ddtermined upon. It was resolved to ask those householders who premises abutted the streets where new chau. nelling had been constructed,' to' put in pipe drains across the foopatha,: inbtead of the present open drains. It was stated that the Shire Council would supply the pipes at cost price for Iihe purpose. SCHOOL COMMITTEE." A meeting of the local School Cam mittee was held last night, 'fr T. Murphy (President), occupying the chair. It was resolved that a new flagpole should be purchased. for the school., The uirgent need of a picket fence being erected round' the school building was' referred to, and was dis fussed at some:length." Mr Wooleoek, the head teacher, stated that- the' in spector had ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. H. Dodd and Son report holding a very satisfactory clearing sale on ar. rout of Mr T. G. Grano, at Streatham, when all of his farming plant and stock was disposed of at full market rotes. A Robinson harvester made £30; wag gon, £36; horseworks, £12/5; draught horses, to £26; mares, to £29/10; yearl ing filly, £10/5; foal, £5. There was good competition for the various lots, and everything was disposed of undier the hammer.
THE TYPHOID OUT BREAK. DR. JONES' REPORT. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS. POSSIBLY A "CARRIER." [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
THE TYPHOID OULt1,REA. DR. JONES' REPORT. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS. POSSIBLY A 'CARRIER." -t Dr. Jones, assistant health officer of = the Public Health Department, who visited Ararat recently in conn etion with the serious outbreak of typhoid, has submitted a report to the depart ment. Dr. Jones, in his report, draws special-attention to the danger of in .fectioin. b'; "earfiers" of toe.disease, lndUrges the a ?ancil to have the blood i examined of thos nw'lho are known to have suffered? fr.oltqtyphoid. We may remind our-readers that in this connec tion a typhoid "ca'fricr'' was found at Ararat some .ycars-ago. The iman had been a patient of the Horsham Hospi tal, and was discharged as cured. liHe was subsequently admitted to the Ara rat Hospital, and found to be infected with typhoid. The annual report of tue British Local Government Board gives particulars of two "carriers" in England, who are infected with germs of typhoid fever, and had been instru mental in spreading the disea...
CHARITIES CARNIVAL COMMITTEE. GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
COHABITIES OAENIVAL aOM MITTEE. GENERAL MEETING. A meeting of the Charities Carnival Committee was held last night at-.l e Mechanics"Institute. The Mayor (Cr G. Burn) presided. The following donations were received--Hamburg & Son, 10/6; Wilkinson; Heywood & Clark, 10/6; Jas. M'KJay & Son, 20/; P. O. Long, 10/6; Rocke, Tompsitt & Co., 21/; G. W. Knott, 10/6; Richard Allen & -Sons, 21/. Goods-H. Best, case wine; British Imperial Oil Co., "Manhattan Lamp"; P. Warland, fancy goods; Buckeye Harvester, Os borne, knife; Griffiths Bros.; tea and cocoa; Robt. Reid & Co., fancy goods; W. and W. Murray, fancy goods. The secretaries reported having col lected in HIigh street £3/11/9, as well as promises. CORRESPONDENCE. From Borough Council, granting use of park, etc., for carnival. -.eceived. From G. H. Mabnke, Stawell, grant ing use of marquee. Received. From Miss Whiteside, Stawell, pro mising to bring a party of juvenile performers. Received. ...