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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
LAt ?!WEEK "!LAST WEEK; LAST WE K LAST LWEEK LAST WEEK: LAST WEEK .. . :. ...ý_..-.. : ;..:.:isi ".i.:;.:..:::. .:: .: ...-.... ........ OUST& COLES i- g ... a, o ale SALE concludes on Saturdays Next; 7th'tzh:''FinalCmlearouts in al Departmients? D Do not. miss this opportuily securing special bargains. --iReinnats and .Oddments ithat have accumulated duriing the Sale will be cleared Remnants of Lidoleuni and Qilciotls at Special Job Pi ices. 'Phone 18. Barkly Street, Ararat " DABV. M ORRIS . GREAT REDUCTIONS Millinery Costums;i ~ouses, &c: In order to make room for New Seasoin. Goods. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE FIRST .CI0AS 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 stock is well known to be the very best, and the prices will be found to be right. -_AN INSPECTION INVITED. LYCl1UM THEATE WEDNESDAY, 4th MARCH, 1914. . HERO AMONG MEN. A' thrilling Lubi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
BUrINESS DIRECTORY. A RTISER GENERALI PRINIIN( ? ()FFICE, Lgar.-street, Ararat. Mr THEO..G. GRANO, Barrister-at-Law, *lJa Hcmoved his Office to directly OPPOSITE THE BANK OE NEW:S:')UP& WALES A Commissioner. of the Suprem,. Court of Western Australia for taking dfldaivito in Victoria. - MR H.. E. .WEBB, Opposite the Corti Hnse,::' - Comnaeinnoi .'of.. Vitnrnte. .;sr o.c.r lto Lend. $'rElitKFr W; x.l.lhIR, :L.h.i BAEUISTEB AND SOLICITOL. . COMMERCIAL HOTEL BUILDINtG BARKLY STBEET ARBAAT. Moneys to lend of Freehold and Leas hold BSeurities. L[A CARD.] MR H. G. CARSTAIRS, O8LICITOR, &c., Who has purchased the.Practice of MiS ADRIAN AXEUvST, L.L.B, BARRISTER AND 80LIOITOB0 Barkly Street, Ararat, -1 NTIL lately conducting the prac t tice of Mr P. H. Eeles, is con tinuiug to reside and Practice at Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately occupied by Mr H. Dodd. Visits Willaura 1st and 3rd Friday. ARCH1TECT, .Ab bJELD 81hEI, ;1i'AitAT ' LAhb p and peomnoations proepaed...
BALLARAT MARKETS. 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
S7 BALLARAT MARKElTS.. . 2nd Marcb. Grain, etc.-The markets -show no change. There?is a fair quantity of produce coming.. forward, .. for: which there is a steady demand, and prices are firm. W?Vheat is firm at 3/9 to 3/10 for prime milling. Oats-Tliere is a steadly demand for good heavy feed at 1/10; medium feed, . 1/8 .to 1/9. teas are worth 4/. Barley-For prime malting 3/3 to 3/4 is obtainable, and 3/ to 3/2 for medium to.good; Cape, :2/ to 2/2. Flour, £8/15 ; bran, £5 ; pol lard, £5. Potatoes- Very few locals coming forward ; £3/5 to £3/15, accord ing to variety and condition: 'Hay- Best chaffing, 35/ to 37/6; manger, £2 to £2/2/6; straw, .32/6. Young Bros. will conduct an exten sive clearing sale at :Mdessrs 'Johis Bros.'.farm on Friday next, 6th March, when, owing to having let theirgilaifd, the Messrs Johns Brosw..ill offer for absolute sale ,tne ,wiholo :of their splen did draught iiia lighlt horses, cattle, and farm plant; -At the same-sale the auctioneers will offer 200 fa...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
00MMEROIAL INTELLIGENCE. "Advertiser" Office, Monday. The following are the quotations .in the local market:-Wheat, per busheli 3/6. Flour; per ton, £8/10.i Bran' per ton, '£5: Pollard,'per ton, £5. Oats: -Milling, per bushel, 1/9; feed, per bushel, 1/7. barley-Cape, per bushel, 2/3; English, per bushel, .3/. Chaff, per ton, £2/2/6.. Hay, sheaves, per. ton, 35/. Potatoes, Warrnambool, per ton, £3/15. . Onions, per ton, £7. Butter-Factory, per lb., 1/2; dairy, per lb., lld. Hnam, per lb., 1/. Bacon per lb., lld. Cheese, per lb., Sd. Eggs, per,dozen, 10d..
V.R.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
V.R.C. RACES. The autumn meeting of the V.R.C. was entered upon on Saturday, with the following results: 'Pines Hurdle Race, 2 miles-Dar rawa, 1; The Vet, 2; Light Ballast, 3. Time, 3 min. 501 sees. St. Leger Stakes, 11 miles-Radner, )1; Andeloria, 2; 2Monodia, 3. Time, 3 min. 2i sees. Newmarket Handicap, 6 furlongs Iownit, 1; rider, 2; Aieconner, 3. Won by half a length. Time, 1 min. 131 sees. Sires Produce Stakes, 6 furlongs Woorak, 1; Andesine, 2 ; Fidelio, 3. Time, 1 min. 141 sees. Essendon Stakes, 1f miles-Wallalo, 1; Dea Prince, 2; 'Audacity, 3. Time, 2 min. 360 sees. Brunswick Stakes, 1l milee-Meritus, 1; St. Vane, 2; Atora, 3. Time, 2 min. 7z sees.
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
BOWL. . The pennant matches between the Stawell and Ararat teams will be con tinued toamorrow afternoon. The Ara rat Whites and Stawell Whites will meet at 8tawell, and the Ararat Reds and Stawell Blues will meet at Ararat. The teams to represent Ararat will" be selected this' afternoon.
DELUGED WITH CHARGES. A BUTCHER'S TROUBLES. FINED ON THREE COUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
D?ELUGED~WITI OIHA±GES. A BUTCHER'S TROUBLES. 'INED ON THREE COUN. 8. Yesterday morning, at the Ararat Police Court, before Mr E. Harrison, P.M., Edward Evans, carrying on the business of a butcher at Ararat, was proceeded against on three charges un der the Pure Foods and Health Acts. -The defendant was represented by Mr Grano. SHOP PREMISES. The first charge against the defend ant was that.he did not keep his shop premises clean in accordance with the Pure Foods Act, Charles L. Rees, inspector under the Public Health Department, said that proceedings were taken under section 41 of the Pure Foods Act. He visited the shop on the afternoon of the nsi| January in company with Mr Foster, the local inspector of- nuisances, at! about three o'clock. The place wasl dirty and negligently conducted. It was an old building, and was in a di lapidated state. There was a heap of rabbit skins in the corner of the shop, and also a heap of sweepings at the back door. To Mr Grano--Defendant was not ...
LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
LYCEUM PICTUREBS. There was a large audience at the Lyceum Theatre on Saturday evening last, when an unusually good pro-i gramme was presented, including, three stare. "Hera among Men" will be to-morrow night's chief one, with "Heart of Mrs Bobbins" to tecond it. Both these pictures are splendid productions a wonderful fre scene being included 'in "Hero Among Men.'' "Lord Barry's Low Acquaintance" also forms a feature of the programme, not to mention a long list of dramas, stenics 'and comDcs.. At the Portland-freezing works oper. tions for the season have bden conclud ed. :About 60,000.sheep:and lambLs and 20.0 had bf dattid 're trpt. ,-77
MEMORIAL SERVICE. THE LATE MRS RICHARDSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
MEMORIAL SERVICE. = THE LATE MRS RICHARDSON:.i 'At Holy Trinity Clirch on Sunday morning last the Rev. H. E. Nolteniue, B.A., referred.'to the death of the late Mrs James Richardson, of Gorrinn. He said:-There is one other matter I want to speak of to.day-of. one to whom this church owes very, . very much. Only some of the older ones among us can remember how the latd Mrs Richardson worshipped from the beginning at this church, here, when it met in the little building where ,ae vicarage now stands, and then in the tent near by. Fanny Mercer Richard. son had passed beyond the veil, strong in faith and strong in. spirit, after sojourning in this district for her, full four score years. We might not have been worshipping in this church with so much beauty around us if it had not been for her. Let us offer our kindly sympathy for ntose who are grieving for the loss of one who has journeyed bravely through this wilder ness to the land of everlasting life." Special hymns were sung and pra...
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. Cathcart Company.-No. 3 shaft North end-No. 6 rise, top deck-No. 3 south-west off north drive to 104 feet prospectsapoor. South end, No. 7 rise -South .crosscut off No. 2 west off south drive to 36 feet; hard wash. poor values. Truckroading and panel ling on Nos. 3, 5, and 6 rises with fair results. Cathcart Central Company.-No. 41 rise-One party crosscutting in payable wash. No. 34 rise-One party panel ling in wash of fair value. No. 3 rise -Two parties panelling one crosscut ting; wash payable. No. 2i rise- Two parties panelling and truckroading, one party crosscutting; wash of good value. Soutn-east end, No. 1 brancb, No. 1 rise-Two parties crosscutting in wash good quality. South-west off cockloft, driven 50 ,±eet; wash rose 2 feet over back lathe; bow dipping; lit tleiwater. No. 2 branch, No. 2 rise-I South-west inter. driven 50 feet total, 80 feet ; wash 20 inches over back laths. Rising this shoot higher for top deck. South-east main, driven 50 feet;...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
SININaGIIgT3L LIGENCE. At the start of the- Melbourne Er change, sitting on Saturd? y alese of Cathcart Central were effected at the lower price of 28/, but the subseqiuent turndioer was between, this figure and 28/6. In driving south-went off the coekiloft at No. 1 rise in the sonth-west end, the wash rose 2 feet over the back, but sucsequently dipped again. The drive, which is going' out to define the westerni Aide of the lead- was .out_50 feet. At No. 2 risein this end of the claim opening out will take place from three points at varying heights to pick up the run of gold in this direction. New Langi Logan were freely, dealt in at 31/ and 31/1½, further scrip being wanted at the latterai fgure. A trial run was made'.with.the ma chinery at No..2 shaft of the New Lan gi Logan Company during last week, and everything worked smoothly. A few more details are to be completed, when the pumps will be put in 'on one side, and sinking resumed. No. 7 bore in the Langi Logan South, which was...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. FORTY-TWO BULLET WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
LATEST INTELLIGENOE. (By Wire.) yMELBOURNE, Mqnday Night. -FORTY-TWO BULLET WVOUNDS. FrankdDyall, ageda32, was adnuitjed to the Melbourne Hospital with a per feet" collection of -bullet, or shot wounds in his body. He-had been out' shooting at .Pakenhami, when a com panion's gun exploded" some fifty yards oIt,, and Dyall .received the charge in-i tended for a. rabbit: The hospital au th'orities counted 'forty-two shotr holes in Dvall's body;- but most' of themo are! in the flesh=, aid:rmuseles:,"'; below ,the belt.' " " :. . SUSPECTED SUICIDE . At 7.30 o'e~ ek this fiornini the dead body.C of Yarnes Brown, agroom, was fiounid in the :stsablesw'of -Sleight Bros; ,'A bottle which had contaihed a liquid was-lying beside 'himi " " Add, Sporting.. "MURDERLa' MY SWEETIIHEART." S.. tating..that be had murdered his sweetheart at Lemberg, in Austria, four years ago, Moses Lieb Fine, sitting on the steps of the city watchhouse, beg ged Constable W. J. Binks to lock him up. The constable did. ...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
SMELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. :Yesterday's a quotations of , -Ararat stocks were as under ' Cathcart--Buyers, 2d? Do. (paid) -Buyers, 2/7 ; sellers,: 3/.: - : ! CathLart Central -Buyers 27/9; sel, lors, 28/, sales, 28/,:27/9. " Great Langi Logan- Buyers, 3/2; eel lers; 3/8.' ý 1l f;i " Langi Logan .'North --Buyers, 5/1 ;. sellers, 5/4. Do. (pid)-Sellers 9/. iLangi Logani South-Buyers, 13/i sellers, 13/6. • 'Langi Logan Central-Sellers, 13/3. i'- ew LangiL'.:"ogan- Buyers, .30/9; sellers, 31/1 Do. (paid)-Buyers, 31/ sellers, 33/6; sales, 33/." Upper Langi" Logan-Buyers, 1/; sellers, 1/4. Do. (paid)-Buyers? 2/6. F B. STRANGWARD, Sharebiroker, Member Stolk' Exchage. -of Melbourne; `:` . 331 Collins Street; ?lelbournze: (TeL 8226.) Prisate telephone, Winds-r. No. 2879. GEORGE GOSSIP. Agent. . i.l-,:.ii' : nnl nInnulmr ,
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 — 3 March 1914
The Evil that Men Do BY M. P. SHIEL, Author of "The Rajah's .apphfra: A 'Prince Zaleskt," etc. Published by special arrangemer with Ward, Lock and Co. rAll Eights Reserved.' CHAPTER XXIII (Continued). But before the wheal on his faet I was quite faded, on the fourth da) after his flogging in the avenue strange new bitterness was mixed is the cup of which Hartwell had t4 drink, for he received a letter from Julia, dated at Berlin-a long and rambling letter, which, though it said nothing in particular, And said it in a cynical one, was yet touched with a great despair; ostensibly the t letter was only about the few presents which he had given her, but "between the lines" he saw her i desolate, overtaken by trouble, she who had always fared prosperously through life and never known a great sorrow; he could picture her sitting t by herself for hours, leaning forward with her chin on her palm, with an I absent gaze of her long-lashed eyes, : a posture habitual to her in certain moods; an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
10 HARRIS & C00., I II THE BIG STORE 5 8/ (co)---- 7/ Sale Now On 0 - o (oo) 'vs BARGAINS " ? , (oo) - . . ~ " "' at • ----,c "r.T.---~ Dress Lengths, 5 yards, 3/11, 5/11, 7/11. W Dress Trimmings, 3d yarn. " ' Fancy Muslin and Cambrics, 4!11 doz, were 1/- yard. Special' Line Crepes, 7jd yard. White Towels, 5½d. large size. Strong Unbleached Sheeting, 1/44. Unbleached Table Damask. 1/-. Ladies' White Costumes, 4/6, 7/6. " Boys' Galatea Trousers, 10~d. Boys' Galatea Jumpers, 10id. ti Boys' Galatea Tunics, 1/6. Galatea Sailor Suits, 8s 6d. i Boater Hats, Fd. - REMNANTSI REMNANTSI m - Suits to Measure from 32/6. -- I 91 ------ (o--------- -. H2PARRIS &7 CO., THE BIG STORE. IOU AWAYI REST ASS?URED that Beecham's Pills wil: be of great s, rvice to you if your stomach is out of order or your liver is sluggish. The conditi ns of life in these days are so strenuous that nearly everybody is at times, overtake. by various derangements of the digestive organs. Even the strongest...
TAKE NO OTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
isTAKE NO OTHER. "For nine; years :I suffered ,with, a liver disorder and tried-'numerouswime' dicines, obtaining very little. :relief,'' writes Miss Esther J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "After 'taking Chani: berlaini's Tablets regularly :for a .fort: night I found I was greatly benefited, and am now completely?- -restored .to health. ,My fat~er, who'is 79 is an- iii valid,' and is troubled iith constipa tion, but has obtainied the greatest. bene fit- from Chaimberlain's Tablets. ,-Ra ther thaiin use anyi other" medicine ..? havea often .sernt inuto Braidwood, :that is ~twenty., miles ýaway, ~for Cha limber llin's .Tablete.' '" Sold by ` Cust- and Scholes,. Gen. Merchaints; T:-A.. Wild aiind: Gamsion, chemists, Barkly street, Ararat.
TRIAL RE-OPENED. CONVICTED WOMAN RELEASED. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
TRIAL BE-OPENED. . CONVICTED WOMAN. RELEASED.; BERLIN, Sunday.., In September lastthere were sensa :ional developments as the outcome of proceedings ordered by the- Imperial law authorities. - The public prosecutor at Elberfield .:ad re-opened an inquiry into the ease of "Frau Hamm, who was sentenced in ,908 to a long termn of imprisonment on thle charge 'of having murdered:her nus band, who was a peasant .farmer:nat Plandeisbach,. iu"Rhineland. ' - Her conviction' was based' on the re mort of the police commissary at' Ber= fin, whose methods have been severely criticiseu bly the authorities, '-and who has since left the service. : It was sl leged, on.behalf. of the woman,l that .he farmer -was murdered by: a burg lar. Now, after having .served: 5h, years of the: term of 14 years imposed upon her, Frau Hamm has been released, and allowed a re-trial, and two farm hands, who were in the employ of her kusband, have 'been arrested.: Fran' Hammn's eohviction is attribut ed to an excess o...
GREECE AND TURKEY. ANOTHER CLOUD RISING. THE LOST AEGEAN ISLANDS. AUTONOMOUS EPIRUS. ATHENS, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 March 1914
GREBOE AND TURBKEY. ANOTHER CLOUD RISING. -THE LOST AhGiAN ISLANDS:' ' SAUTONOM1OUS EPI BS:'. ATHENb, Sunday Night. ..The .GreekGovernmentis determined :o adopt the finding of the Great Pow :'rej which gave her:the islands 'of 3hios and.Mlitylene after;tne war, and ias stated that not .under.,any circum stances. will :they- be fagain allowed .to :evert to Turkey. LONDON, Shnday Night.: The Constantinople correspondent ,of he ' Daily' Chronicle" etates that En= ver.Bey, the new .Minister of- War, in: ends to hold a test mobilisation 'of bhree army corps in Asia Minor. 'Al1 so that when Parliament meets he will .lenounce the action of the Great.row: rs in- handing over the Aegean Iselands o Greece. The Greek Premier is determinedly Nutting down the- attenmpts of. Epirus. .nd the newly added territory to es tablish automonous Government. The :riest of the provisional government ans been ordered, and -also that of an ificer of high rank-connected with one )f theleading ramilies.':