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ROYAL HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
ROYAL HOTEL.: The last case.,taken for the day was the above hotel: Mr 'Young (Beau fort) appeared for the owners, W. E. Backhouse and Fanny- F. Backhouse, and offered no objections to the deli. ceuaing. Mr Grano represented the licensee. Senior-constable.Tucker said the Roy al Hotel' was situate on the Moyston road. May Burke had been the licen see for six months.:.It was a single storey brick building,. with "a frontage of 31 feet by a depth of 58 feet. Phe hotel contained eight rooms worn two rooms in the yard, and there was a fair yard. The.two rooms in the yard are in bad repair. The house is in fair re: pair, but the whole place is very poor ly furnished. The most he could find were three beds for the public. A very poor trade was done there. The hotel adjoined the Ararat High School. He considered that the hotel was not re quired. The conduct of the hotel had been'bad. There had been frequent complaints of Sunday trading, and he produced a conviction against the pre vious lic...
DURHAM HILL HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
DURHAM HILL HOTEL.. Mr Webb said he appeared for the equitable owner, Peter Moran, and Mr Grano represented the licensee, Norah Moran. Senior-constable Tucker said the ho tel was a single storey wooden one, and was situated about four miles from Ararat. It had a frontage of 30 odd feet, and there was a good deal of land. The hotel comprised six rooms, and there were two bedrooms for the pub lic. Only the licensee's room was fur nished when he was there. The house was in a very bad state of repair, and very little trade was done there. They only did a catch trade from people passing along the road. The hotel was conducted quietly, and he would cer tainly say it was not required. To _Mr Webb-The husband of the I. censee died rec'ently. There was a sale there in connection with the estatere cently, and most of the furniture was sold. He heard that the property was in the name of the first wife of the I late Mr Moran. Constable Ranson corroborated the evidence tendered by the previous w...
LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
LYCEUM PICTURES. A huge triple star programme of moving pictures will be presented at the Lyceum Theatre this evening,.wh'en a large audience is anticipated. The three stars are--"Zu Zu,'" the great star comedy, by Keystone Co., 2000 feet l'House of blscord," by A.B. Co., a. drama of intense feeling; "The Doc tor's Secret," by- Vitagraph Co., a story of a wonderful cure for cancer, showing the robbery of the secret and how the rightful owner regained 'it. Besides these huge stars, there will also be screened a number of.d. uas, Iecenice etc.
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. MAROONA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. MAROONA RACES. It is announced by advertisement in this issue that the Maroona races, fixed to be holden next Wednesday, have been abandoned on account of insuf ficient entries having been received. This is to be greatly regretted, as the meetings of the club in the past have been most popular. BOWLS. The final match in the Grampians Association pennant competition was played between Hamilton and Stawell on the latter's green on Thursday. An extra fast turf had been prepared, but the visitors were equal to the occasion, and won handsomely by sixteen points, the. scores being Hamilton 108, Sta well, 92.. Hamilton and uLawell have won an equal number of games, but on ljho gross scores lamilton lead b?y eight, and thus secure the pennant.
The Evil that Men Do Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
BY .I. P. SIIIEL, Author of "The Rajah's Sapphire, "Prince Zaleski," etc. Published by special arrangemes Aitll Ward, Lock and Co. fAll. Rights Reserved.1 CHI.\PI'ER XXIII.-(Continued). After titi. lhee went in silence dows t!:c::ath to the pavilion, till presentlhi \iiril:a -al.l sl epilv, with her heal ,n i:uitweli's shoulder: o'Yn., you took away my few litth I owcls, didna't you, when I came from fica:i. and what have you given me ce:: this paltry necklet and four altt:y . rings---" "top !' cried Hartwell: "you shall be well nleased." He had discovered that she had a iondness for jewels, and one day had zone to Cromer to buy her a few; he now determined to choose her him. sc.lf a load of the brightest and best lihe next day in London, where lihe •ad also an appointment at the Home Jfnice concerning the case of Oswald." ,llfter ditiner Martha played, usually, • few old-fashioned airs on the old pihno, or they playved cards, or he read .o her; till she fell asleep. The sur roundiu...
OF ESPECIAL INTEREST TO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
OF ESPECIaL INTEREST TO WOMEN. Mrs M. P. Stewart, of the Headquar ters Staff of the Ladies' Col lege of Health,' Melbourne, in an nouncing that she will visit Ararat at regular intervals, asks the public to beware of imitations of Dr. Coon ley's Celebrated Orange Lily Treat ment for women, and to note that she is the only visiting representative for this wonderful remedy, which has been curing women in all parts of the world during the past 40 years. The date of Mrs Stewart's next visit will be Thursday, 16th October, from 9 a.m., until 4 p.m., at the Ararat IIotel For the benefit of sufferers, and those who desire to fill the sacred mission of motherhood, a free copy of a valu able little medical book will be sent to anyone who sends 2d for postage to Department 23, The Ladies' Col lege of Health, 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. "I have been living in S.W. Queens land for thirteen years," writes Mr J. R. Tindale, Editor of the Cunnamnulla "Watchman." "During that time I !have been ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
HARRIS & C0., THE BIG STORE Sale Now On BAR(AINS Dress Lengths, 5 yards, 3'11, 5/11, 7/11. Dress .Trimmings, 3d yar?,:. Fancy Muslin :atd Cambric 4/11 doz., :were 1/- yard. Spectal Line Crepes, 7½d y 'd. White Towels, 51d, large ze. Strong Unbleached Sheet , 1/4k. Unbleached Table. Damask 1/-., Ladies' White Costumes, 4 '6, 7/6. Boys' Galatea Trousers, 10 !d. Boys' Galatea Jumpers, 10.d. Boys' Galatea Tunics, 1/6. Galatea Sailor Suits, Ss Gd. Boater: Hats, fod., -: . REMNANTS I REMNANTS I! - Suits to Mea. ure from 32/6. - ý ýf & CO., .. . - . "" " .. ,THE BIC STORE. A MELBOURNE TRAMWAY OFFICER writes this Letter. Mr. Charles Rock, of 42 Gladen-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years Shas filled an Important position in the Me!bourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes this letter, which other officials can confirm, to LE NTS I This is a Documr nt of special intere?st t?o all rai!v.ay and tramway men. "- ". 42 Bladen Street.., · ' " "East Brunswick, 214/12. iCLEMieNirs 'TO...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
GENERAL. Mary Lindsay, a suffragette,;:. who last week assailed Lord Weardale with a. dog-whip, at, Euston station, was on .1Vednesday fined :40/. She mistook Lord ,Weardale for the Prime Minis ter.' - . "George Sumner, who is under sen tence of death for the murder of Miss Christiani'Bradfield, -at Liverpool, -on 11th 'December, "made a confession of guilt. He was hanged on Thursday morning. It is though; likely that tne United States will now..rely upon General Car ranza as Constitutional leader in Mexi co. It is also believed that the United States will coerce General Villa to re-' turn Benton's body. A Baptist minister and missionary on. the Congo, Rev. J. S. Bowsaill, has been arrested on ' charge of recruiting black native labor at San Salvador. Another has' been added' to the list of mammoth liners owned by England. The' White Star liner Britanniec 52,000 tons, was on Thursday launched at Har land and 'WoolfE's yards at Belfast.: The perpetrators of 'thed:bomb' out rage qt Ha...
AERIAL PROGRESS. 36,817 FLIGHTS; 12 DEATHS. GERMANY'S NATIONAL FUND. BERLIN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
AERIAL PROGRESS. 36,817 FLIGHTS; 12 DEATHS. GERMANY'S NATIONAL FUND. BERLIN, Wednesday. * The German National Flying Fund in 1913 received from the nation the sum of £361,725. This amount was dis bursed as follows:-Expenses, £107,975: prizes, £57,613; training of pilots, £38,005; insuring pilots, £24,000; erec tion of flying centres and seaplane sta tions (constructors received £400 for each). Each aviator who secured a higher flying certificate and each pilot who made an hour flight received £50. Of the 36,817 ilights made, only 12 ended fatally, while only 115 machines were damaged. (Prince Henry of Prussia, the patron of the fund. said at a meeting of the trustecs on 18th December that the ap peal to the German people .to support flying in Germany had met with a re. sult of which there was reason to be proud. If Germahy had passed the period of experiment in aviation, this result was mainly to be attributed to the National Fund. The contributions received totalled £361,725, and o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
AýAAUCTION SALES. YOU i( BRO S. AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Land, Finance and Commission Agents, ARARAT. Head. Offices -. HORSHAM, HA~IiL STON AND. NHILL. Branch Offices-WillauraLake Bolae, Casterton, Murton, Minyip, Warrack nabeal, Beulah, Rupanyup, Dimboola, Donald, Goroke. - : - Agencies at Strathdowni~ t Banyona aiad SHopetouns. ...:. Atiction and Cleariig- Sales Conducted in any part of the State. LAND SALES. A SPECIALTY...: Trucking arrangemonts h inda for. Fat Stock going to Ballarat '-and Mel. bourne Markets. - Trust Monies to Lend at. urrent' Rate . of Interest. ?:. AGENTS FOR- . Donnys, Laseelles Ltd.,-Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. - - The Australasian Mutual: Live:- Stock :"aissurance Society, Limited. The New Zealand Insurance Co., Fire and Marine,-Accident,. Sickness- and :Employer's Liability, Plate Glass, etc. Cooper's Sheep Dip. .:. : . Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers. Ronaldson Bros. and Tippett--Oil :En. -&am...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
Sir,-In your issue of 26th February, I read a letter signed 'Ambitious," asking if there existed in the town a night school of any description for young lads to attend after working hours. Will you kindly allow me, through the columns of your paper, to inform "Ambitious" that thero is a class of young lads, fromn 14 years to 20, interested in electrical wcrk, who meet in the basement of my shop in the evenings, and want. a little en couragement. As the opportunity .has arison, I might mention that thisclass is self-supporting, so I hope.. anyone who would care to have an electric-bell fitted up, or any work done in that line; will give. the lads;a:.;chance to earn enough money to buy-.the: tools that they require. All interested are. cordially invited to attend, and- any in formation' will be given at the- shop. Yours, etc., -, - SC. L WARREN. Ararat, 27th.February,.1914. Of£the mortality among the peoples' of the world, one-seventh is caused by consumption.
CORRESPONDENCE. [To the Editor.] EVENING CONTINUATION CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
OORBE?PONDEN6T~ [To the Editor.j EVENING CONTINUATION CLASSES. Sir,-Re the letter of foar corr.s pendent "Ambitious," inyour issue of the 26th inst., under the heading "Night School," the following extracts from Regulation XXXIII may be of interest : - 1. Evening ontinuation classes may be established in suitable centres to provide for the further edu. cation of boys and girlsin such sub jects as will give a prelimninary train. ing in industrial, commercial and dom estic duties. 6 The courses of study shall be as set out hereunder, and shall in each of the groups (a), (b), and (c) provide instruction for at least two years. The course of study may be added to or varied in such a manner as the Minister may from time to time determine. (a) Artisan - Course. I. English and civics. 2. Practical mathematics. 3. Drawing and manual work. 4. Elementary science. (b) Commercial Course.-1. English and civics. 2. Commercial arithmetic. 3. Business practice, including correspon. dence and bookke...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
SPRESBYTERIAN CHURIH. -The annual congregational meeting of St. Andrew's Church was held in the School Hall on Tuesday evening last, when the various reports and bal ance sheets for the year 1913 were pre. sented and adopted. These showed that the attendances at worship and communion had been well maintained; 15 had joined the membership; there had been 23 removals; there were 117 members. on the Ararat roll, and 23 on the outstations. There had been 45 baptisms and 26 funerals. The remov al of Mr and Mrs Roberts to Hamilton was a great loss to the work of the congregation. The Moyston district had been severed from connection with the Ararat charge. Financially the position was satisfactory. The collec tions and seat rents were well up to the average. All expenses had been met. £48 had been contributed to the schemes of the church. The debt had been reduced by £20. A new organ had been placed in the church. New carpets had been provided for the aisles and choir. The block of land i...
FLEET OF 161 AEROPLANES. SPEECH BY COL. SEELEY. MINIMISING RISKS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
FLEET OF 161 AEROPLANES. SPEECH BY COL. SEELEY. MINIMISING RISKS. LONDON, Thursday. ;Speaking in the House of Commons •esterday, Colonel Seeley stated that ;reat Britain possessed 161 aeroplanes, exing' an increase of 48 since 30th :une, despite the fact that 52 had been crapped with a view to minimising Coloiel Seeley added that Great Bri ain insisted upon a higher degree of afety than any other country. The uilitary wing had flown 100,000 miles n.eight months without a fatality. I..,it was proposed to maintain 250 areo lanes,'. necessitating the construction f 125 new machines annually. The problem of getting sufficient eroplanes and' engines in Great Britain' ,as now solved. - - -mm u nm m a( · ?
NAVAL ESTIMATES. £773,000 ADDED FOR OIL FUEL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 28 February 1914
NAVAL ESTIMATES. £773,000 ADDED FORI OIL FUEL. LONDON, Wednesday. The supplementary naval estimates sere introduced into the House of sommons to-day. They total £2,500,000, which amount neludes the sum of £773,000 for oil uel. (The original estimates for the year 914-15 amount to £51,000,000.)