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NOTES FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. THE STORAGE OF IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

NOTiS FOIR TIlE M)AN ON TI It LAND. Th1E STORlAOE OF flPLEMFlu'TS. The op-IDdate farmer, who is thorough. ly established, finds profit and ceroeni. eecu in the construction of suitoblo ma chinory shedo. There is no qartion hbout their economy in the long run, for nothing curtaile the life or rodocm the utility of machini cii much ao idle on pare h, mmmr oalt and winter rains. There are several kinds of maohine sheld in common ame among farmero. The hind you oae Is of groat importance. Asn n Americon writer pute it, come frmers ne the groat conopy of heaven for the manhine shed. and leave the mnchino thrOUghcoit the nmeuno In the plrticolar sopa whore it wans usod lot. teother gathers his tegether into some fence cor ner, or under the lcoflesnes bhanoh of some dlcidumns tree. Thin is little hbe ter than the hlue-sky shed in ffnording protection. The careful farmer, hesdoe cog his farm implements and mabhinery in a well-huilt ehel, where they ore am. ely protectel from the weothor. ad...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WENDOUREE FIRE BRIGADE [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

WENDOUREE FIRE BRIGADE Iho iVendoaree tire Brigade met at the elation on' Saturday night; Capt WVid prmiding. The maretary (Mr Cl. Pitt) ra communniration frni Mlr .J. N. Steveon, secretary of tho Country Pina irigaroce' Board, enlosing the report of Chief-oflieer Mlarhall on his ofictina in. sniotion of thie brigaelo early last nionth with a view to tholBoardl tlahinog enl~en of the brigade. The booa of the report naval eminentlyl pplcosinthto tlhe niaeni heeas aat franc the compnllimelntsb paieol he 1 le C.O., the Bosed was able rith roohloeno to oelieialluy reeogoie the brigade as a unit of the VictorinatC.F.B1. eyetein. Capt WVood ood It ilorrell he lfrted on the result af the deputattioi tiht eaited on Mr C. IBuher, of the Water Coounliiion. relative to the pro eieion of a ping for prOEtiniag in Forrest or Girgory sttreet. Regret wa rncpreae d ltiat the forauian couldl ot I i way elear to grant the brigede the me af aee of the pluR in neither Weoedonec pa. ede, Forrest, tGregor...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCERNING CANADIAN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

COXONCEO rTNc CA 4DI TAN CROPlS. The Uigh Commisaioner far Canada ifa Loadon hea received a bulletin uean agr!1 culturul cenditiona throughoult Caoala, as reparted by correapondonat at the cal of October. This ahowred that tha total area ander root cad fodder Crops is plcc ed at 8,.63,000. aor, aad the total valou of the praducta from this area at £237,479.02. The eatimated total Yields ef three crope are:-Potatoes, 70,720.000 buahels; turnipa and athor.rootLS,73 ,0 bnshelo; hay and clover 10,0t0ll00 ioya; fodher rarn. 2,436,300 tons; alfalfa. 251,700 tana; cod sugar hoats 16 00 tolas. Thrce figuare are arovisionalAs fially r coreictel ratorns asedl on the eneaus of 911 wrould be available far publiatlion at the eand f the. year. TfTha average yieldh per acr for the Dominion are reportel as 165.8. tbshrls far potatoea acR rmolart'd with 172.10 btchels lost year; 324.1.2 bheehef for terinap aad other roots as omparel waith 402,51 bushels; 1.32 tons for hay and rlo. ear, 00 eompared w...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING. YOUTH ENTANGLED IN WEEDS. NAPOLEONS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

NARROW ESCAPEO ; PROM DROWN. 'NO. YOOTII ENTA GLED TN WEEDS. NAPOLEONS, Monday. A narrow escape from drowning was e. porionced at \nipolmew on Suniday oatrr noon by Acehie Dover. aid 15 yewsn. Ilo had gohne tr a swim into what is known oas Keitin's sn cterhote, in the Do0 Trap Ceeoo. This hole is drop ondwcoedy. A( thoogh ho could wism, Dower non got into difinnltics, and, cailed to Perd. Thorp that he was entaungl indo the weeds. At firt Thorp hhowet Denor was joking. hbt noon renojiing he was in terohble ho divstird himnelf of portion of his nlotth ing and went to his reonue. Hnue-ncr. ho found the sater was beyond his, depth. and as he wn tunable to swim toh ran for oscistanee to tho residence of. Mr W. Martin's. conto 300 or 400 wars rtistent. Luckily Mdr Martin onas athome. and lie turriet to the creek. Bc thin tisme Dover had diw red. T'lhorp poulentc out rhoJ place he lost tne him, and Martin. after groping about fdr a while. felt him' with hin feet-hno tca down heand-fut-ann...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEIZED WITH CRAMPS. A SWIMMER DROWNED. TRARALGON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

SEIZF!) WITH! CRAIVS., A SWIZtID2lt DIROWNED. TRAIRkATCON. 3ondn.r Three oonng tmrn from Glengnrry tent to hnthe in the Latroeh Ricee. bohoft lone minis fmm Trenelen, yesterday fther noon, and one p( thrm. anmed Gileort. godl 21, woo seined with cramp and dmwned, thbogh a-ormpnoion. Mr AIt themon. made a plucky itoampt to cave him. Gilbhrt otreogiccl so icltty thnt Mu theme, to snee himneell. hod to erloneo his told. Gilhert as carried town the srien. wehioh on rucnninm etronrly- at the timo. Tmarslgon nod 'oognhhube po lice draggmstt the ricer and recocerct tho aody toot evening.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURKISH ARMY NEW GERMAN LEADER. CONCESSION TO RUSSIA. CONSTANTIOPLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

TURKISH ARMY NEW GEIMAN LEADER, CONCESSION TO RUSSIA. CONSTANTIOPLE, Monday. With a vie?w lo meeting tho wishen of tus ia, Liumnn Pasha, as Geueral Liman von Sandrrs is called, has been appointe!l inspctor-Genoral of the 'Turkish Army, inblead of Commander of the Fist Army Corp, whirlch in future will bo under the ronmmand of a 'lTirsh lnl neral, with a German officer as his assistant.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH UNITY AMERICAN PROPOSAL. WORLD CONFERENCE ADVOCATED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

CHURCH UNITY. AMERICAN PROPOS.AL. WORLD CONFERENCE ADVOCATED. LONDON. Sunday. A dopoulafion from the Amrerioan non episoal ehurcha hb? arrived in Engl.ud to make an endeavor to persuoade English Free Churchmen to stlli?rt the faith and order movenment with a view to timO proe motion of a world conference io favor of rThe ArchJbishp of Cantorbury, Primate of All Engla:ld, has already authoriszd the appointment of a rmooumittee of the Church of England to co?nfor witi the members of the deputation.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GERMAN CROWN PRINCE HAS NOT QUARRELLED WITH ADVISER. ASPIRES TO LARGER COMMAND. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

GERMIAN GROWN PRINGE IhAS NOT QUAI1IT(LED WIf'H ADVISIJlI. ASPIIRES TO) l.IL?DR COMMAND. BERIJN, Sunday. Thotatowmetl of thi "Togliehelhindo h.?U" tlut t?he Cromn Prinue won tranu. forred to Berlin becauseo of hig ueiotefee tory rolations with hig oilitary oupjriorA, cepeeially with Generacml Marcken?n, whom the Kairserr hboui selclted no his 's ad visr, is repliedl to by the "B'l erliner ei tung." The letter joural on lbehalf oh the Crown Prince dlonite that ho hod any quarrel with the gneracl. and etatg tJhat li lrin I Irio h n lihoco wa moved to Berlin in order that ho might stuly the work of higher military otenonds. If an emergency arose the Crown Prince would have a larger oommand than that of a regiment.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SELECTOR'S WIFE KILLED. BRISBAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

sEt flcrOwS WI1E IrrLIaID. MIN Wdnns il ftTSBANn. Mfnniy.T 1f Wllas. e tco n rtin for IhinI 1'. miles nr ond Bell, in tlh D.n.1),v Iin. triet. w i1sdlled an te resultol f o driving nreidcnt enteedav.n She dreny in unr11), nrt will her four chilteen. the eldest a boy ad 10. m n nnieibnren Iance fr,. miecn awn. When eztnening. the eet strnck a snnp and enjined. tMN Willinam h'dng ninned nndeenmth tin vhmehile. Tb, c nildren cecajid in. jury.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONSTABLE SHOT. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

CONSTABLE SUOT. SsYnNBY Monday. Gnart Wells, of O lorSNE. was fournd. rorlnrrt nernlon near the Morminna Station n il:h a bullet wound in hii. houl. HIe dial ubortly alter ho ono dineoreronl.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VEHICULAR ACCIDENT. DUNOLLY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

VEITICULAR ACCIDENT. DU.NOh.LV. Mender. lira Atherlon, wife ilf Mir S. Atherton. angceer cii the rcilwny line. was retureine hnme from Dunolly in t rig cconempanied by Ihr dalghtier, aid when neascrly honme the horse shied. capsizing the gig. and on. eseantus were th rewn violently out. Mre Atlheron was conrpeyd hloiiyc and cccdti. 1 said ne C erd, wchen it ias fenend thnt abr had suscainrd n Laedle fractured left cccm nfer the ebsholdec. twao rilci Ire cci. and hrr tead errveret lacerated, end ilio eliegt rncscession. 'lIhe ether occu. past escaped with a severenshahing.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARVELLOUS ESCAPE. CASTLEMAINE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

MAIIVELrOUs ESCiPE. CAS'rrTErAISE. fmtnna,. On Sunday Mr Bert ITflrnr ornhnrdikt, of 'antpbell'·i Creek, was driving hi. wife nnd fnaily inn spriig-nirt to thn Giln. lnan Minernaint Snnn. On lneaing thn main rand for toe usihili lfrnk to the nprinnn, thit hnan tImnlIie nod fell llroningnthi occannllto of the n v.hinlnn to tim raonlooni. lr.. tlniinnr it the tume hlnal hler halbyin her nrmo. wCondimfml to renlte. thnn nal nirpgel wmith n inew hinji o naI ntmniirinn. nod, neithir tihe lorse nor Cart wnms injured.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

WNOOPINO COUGH "My 1"0 boy had hobopping coug vaer tzuly Has rs 4 A edr. n 'I%( 06 Stn-e 4,7 ]IR; 1 'rora, dMornintonl, N"""I tried eoverrl cough. medicinre writhant ally of thorn idPn Ji m a~ny {t,: .hull I red( hn ghN " d1~ and Ile got im " ito elif ill"4 tan I h" nln'a?, pIP (Pt n hbttl. of thlo woI(tO h j?in ", . nod r00ommton0 it to overyon," by all choini6to and= atorokeepor.I ? THE ARCADE IS TOPSY-TURVY BUT SO ARE FURNITURE, PRICES, AND ALTHOUGH SOME LITTLE INCONVENIENCE MAY BE EXPERIENCED BY FURNITURE BUY. ERS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS, THIS WILL BE MORE THAN COMPENSATED FOR BY THE BIG SAVINGS TO BE MADE IN ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, BEOSTEADS, LINOLEUMS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, &c., &c. WE HAVE STARTED MOVING OUR STOCK INTO THE NEW WAREHOUSE AT CORNER OF STURT AND ARMSTRONG STREETS, WHICH HAS BEEN ALTERED, EXTENDED, ANU NEMOD. ELLED, AND IS NOW RIGHT UP.TO.DATE, AND WHEN STOCKED THROUGHOUT WITH OUR LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED COLLECTION OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS OF ALL KINDS, ...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PANAMA EXHIBITION BRITAIN MAY TAKE PART. SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

PANAMA EXHIBITION ]ItITAIN MAy TAKh PAVT. i AN FtLANCJSt(.), Saturday. SRoh..rt llmfnur Libhral M. for Patrick diyviiot at jarlkc and a faemoer o the firm f ]lafour, Williammoa and co., who i oen , visit 0 Bal f IFrancitnro, en Centc.rtained nt a hruholl ynto,?1aiIy by t[? tI'bnns Exhiliin nthaLriti?c, In ??qlwdinu |o thle |a onla hlilas lacli, tir eobnrt Balfour statnl that the Hrittiab SL~.trieti. werO likely e rcOaliidelOr thair deoinin, not to nrli?iaitr in tih onxhibi tion, a?id the Iouenoi of Commona nwouli Imb.y take action when it next rmet. 'nnlnaiicipotion of Oreat iritain waa not dun to any tanlin ofa unfriondli nan, hart b?raui, the iinehraie moat likely to benfit lnd nt fittingly aropOndld.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHINESE EDUCATIONALIST SHOT DEAD IN STREETS. SHANGHAI, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

C.HINESE. EDUCATIONALIST SHOT DEAD 1\ STlfflrns. SR AIGITI. , Voudnv. 8ff"" " " if hi Monday. her senetnit.l h.murder was eommtcinl Lero lastn glt II[o the founder of theo olfomercinl prs at Sha;ilghai, wiho I scedl thu fine?t printing wokse and pub lished annually thousatl ofedcationlal w'orks, was lhot lead in the street lnear the Contral Polio Stntion. The murler o- wan arrested The ariamo was apparently d to re yengo for thr nation of Ilo in Inoltfvinq the municipality to a mue control of Chpnoi, subulrb', -d" rig tiw .ro?llion in Jeuly to prevent it beolming the head quarter of tho revolutlionaries. }to wal a Chriatinn and a generaous employer.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MILITARY PARTY AND SOCIALISTS GRATIFIED. BERLIN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

L.LITAILY P'ARTY AND SOCIALISTS G BII'I FID. BNRIAIl. Mmnday. Only the ext.reme nmiliiary Ixuly ndll Socili?t naren julilaut ovor tho verdiots of theo nlrl-marhinl n BStrasburg on con firrming tlheir respective conteontions.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE HONOR OF THE ARMY." APPEALS TO PRUSSIANS. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

"¶T.?E IRONOIU OF 'ILE ARMY." APi'IAIU TO P'RUSSIANS. BE'RLIN, Sunday.' In the Pr1 ian Diet yesterday, Dr Von Ilthmann-Ilollweg. the Imperial Chan ellor and Praiann Preomoier. declared thlat it c.a?ecd him groat eatise??ction to notioe tho way in which Pruoiana took it to heart when the hanor or the army was touched. lie el-led that Ihe had re reived many lott?ra from all olaR e oz prering approvul of tire acquittlil of tho officers.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SIDELIGHT ON COURT-MARTIAL. HUSSARS READY TO ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

SIDT?nLIUIT ON COU!I ?T,'tR?1A,. HUSSARS 1t?~A)Y 'rO ACT. Iteplying .o tn question in the Alaee Lorruino Diet ytntenlrday, HIerr ,Mn.ndel thn Umler-Secretary for StIte. aodmittr that while the eourt-martial was no itting at Shenbuerg a squadron of iluearon w?' kopt in roodines tn aet ethnould the civil nnthoritits reqnet them to do so. The Gnovernment had taken thie precaution, but it heolpel that the sound emmonbnsonu of the pepulotion would render it unne ,e . .ry.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CABLEGRAMS (REUTER'S) ZABERN INCIDENT "NOT ENDED YET." OPINION DIVIDED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

CABLEGRAMS ZABERN INCIDENT "NO'T ?NI)rD YST." OPINION D)IVIDED. LONDON, Suudoy. The "Oheorver" has reeoivrd an iator eatuing m agfo from its Berlin eorroypon dout in regard to the acquittal of Limel tonatrt-Colonel Von Ieutor, LitnelonMnl Von Fooroatuer, nd Lieloenant luclu, on Chorg- arihin.g out of lithe Slo.rn tro ble. This correspondentl. talte lhat i6rlin is I'rau,.n oanl North Geormaun n t ho m?o. 'Tho bulk of public Opinion ?on nroven of th triumllph of the army, and it Is apprernt. he addsl. that many people iu North Oeroany regard Alsace-torrauno as ao enemy: The Goennan Libe?al and lRadical newn pnpem, huowever. vigorously protenit against tho drision of theu oourt-martial. Some of those jouroals euote theo threat of the Ki?aiseor Lto smasha Alearr-Lorrain into atoma. They delhare that the court martial ham now movedl him the trouble. but, they add oig.itcantly, tho ZSuborn affair is nob ended yoe..

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIA "A PRIZE TO BE SNAPPED BY JAPAN." OPINION ENTERTAINED IN INDIA. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

AUSTRALIA "A PITZE TO BE SNAPPID BY JAPAN." OPINION ENTERTAINED IN INDIA. SYD3NEIY. Monday. Aording on a troidi'iitof Bounibo n-ho hoe arai'hil Sydney, tho people of 'India generally loot upol Australia is a prior which gill he one dar'onapped up by the Japoiio' siniesa something itoaitou is clone to circumvrnt themi "What Ausiorlia auntR to do." Ito maid. "is to get people. It dloesn't matter w-lie ther they ore block or-white. It's not right that a great territory should be ol lond to lie idle seoopt for a million or liwo people arouio the rcast line. Theren a gap ins't upig ocunytion, and.. not~ one, btut evory thinking man ofe India. Ilso th some opinion-that nomnaoo.will wnlk in uioless Australia is oapiiblo of lilling that garp. "if the poiicy of the country 'ialoied it. I know of many ioe in India nho ouhld put down thonsands of posnds to cultirate a patch woith Indian lebor. One man ini piarticulnr offered to pay .u011101 for a lumap of the Northern 'erritory, and to cuttiva...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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