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MAGISTRATES STRIKE DECLINE TO SIT WITH MAYOR LONG. CIVIL CASES ADJOURNED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
MAGISTRATES STRIKE IM:CL1NE '10 S[t' Wl'PfI MA1YQI LONG.' i. CIVIL CASeS ADJOUI1NED. \ItILIIOVtNF, Mondny, hleo troublo which existei between Cr A. "L. Ptge, Maovr of Port' Melbourne, tind two if bitt fellow justiCeS, was dvan ced onotiter stage thisnmorninjr. 'l'h jons ticen worn iii the tnogistratettt room, buit refused to aceompany' tite Moyor on to tin, IBencht. Ttere r i ts ome tiely in let ting i Me court opened. At 1t0.10 there nwn no eoprrttten of nf y junoticrn, nod 'Mr II. Fitzgerld, clerk of the eourt, wrnt to the mnogntmrnie' mom to ascertnin the eneur of tite dlaoy. After tin Ihati re buu inl ri sent thte Mayor itnun out of he ronmntattendneI , nod took Ihis pinae ott Itho clenrh. tt smnile ott his fore. rite clerk nattin paid a risdt It, the ningis Irolet' rom,. Whmilo be neons ahent. Mrl P'. Ifitgentety, countbol t'mgngeti itt one of the caoms, toteedtite lueyor if Ihe intetdetd to nst alone. 'T'IteMtnayor fnmili"b: Thoero is n pro knbiiity of n strike king on itere. ...
MILITARY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
MILITARY NEWS The Batltlion ordern issued by Lt-Col 0. F. Mtortone, conmnmnodineg 7lst Infantry, are as follow:-Orderly officer for ,lJan ary, Lt V. A. Panscoe; next for duty, Lt It. L. Linckor. Cons jalsory parodo at Canadlian rifoerange, Saturday-. 24th J00 oce. Melcketry. table A ond B. 'l'ira C.O. hoo directel thlat in future Wovdnodayo night of each work shall be defeterl to heattofion notters, whene offi Nrs, one h.C.O., ond the crmopany clork of loch mopany mum.tottood atso'eclocgl. his arrnngemenot will moatorially assist tlhe nork of tho rogimecotalt office, and strict odherenc to tfis order most be given by all roocerocef. [he firot Or. forly-room night hom looen fined for [ho 11th ,lanors'. The C.O.. odjutant. staff. quarternaostfer. ood R.S.M. will attend at tleone nights. It ms beern brought to notice that in eoeeeoena sneilitary kit beegs ore oteing coed for private purponee esn meenbers of tlhe forcerauch ooasarrvingkliteehen go. eegon erieente rerreotion eamping trie...
MALDON BRANCH. MALDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
hIALDON IItANCII. hIALDON. Mootloy. The haloflhorlt m tcibog of theo Malon branch orf thre 1".E.A. of Victoria woj hold oo Saturday night; Mr It. treyoni (Iprowcldet) in tho choir. 'The report ond Iattaol-sho;rt osheved that the th cident pay wao vory li ht, niOtontiog to only titigit rotr the rsox toontt. Althouglh the orgaioiscr Iudl boei to Maodoo. otl got oany promtisct trotm Ihac ourtsidei h rants to join. they hui hItlltite to ale son nlld hit return woas doired to continut his workl in thot. dirrcllon. Hopeo were orecproted that the toinero' plaint would heo herd in the Arhltrotion Court neol mowiolth, wheno tOtoc orl trt tmbcers will t caltol itjton to givo evidenore why oo in cre 10uu in w oges shoold hr graotel. fin. tagtwas stll in o deprroserd stato tLrough. cot tho dittrict. A tono; tion of ,03131 was votedto [heo Iealfort trtikhro. The Ioot tnniversary sttLo reciiltod in t profit of .t2It/tIll. oncl it tas resolvrid to toncier thle Indiswrho aoistttd Ithereot a sociot ...
WONTHAGGI COAL MINE QUESTION OF LEASES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
WONTHACCI COAL MINE QU1STION OF IE1ASES. ttltLOIIOUllNf, Monday. At o meeting on teturday nighit at Moreeland r W. 11. Seweil mid that oM Watt was goineg to sacritico tIe great na tional aeset or WVoothaggti mine to pri vote lic. 'la. Te prolmeel of the I'e inter lii limit the Stoie to an area con taoillln 2Ig ,00,tOItl-tons and give the ii maiilvdcr to privatee hesciv woe one of the, moat oceiolooo ever moiotei jo Uin e-his tory of Victria. Mr Watt, in vom meonting on cithie olatecot Ihis wafter-1 noon, ueid there might ho dilferonoeo of opinioni n to whether the Slat. eafte eonering thee nieo reel irepoito at Too theggi., should monopoolishe them or do all tiue emins1Ccrveerv" to gbive peouine the alt ritiige of loot Initial work. The La cer Party oae enititted he ito vivee that the (eovernieeo t shouloid ih eioiee10 lioe the Slate Coal iLino: bitt thee Libherl Party 11id1 not elino to i dotreoyog pirivete en teipriw in mining or anlyihiig that wee inot naturally a molololmiy. Ito...
COMING EVENTS ANOTHER LOAN FORESHADOWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
COM1ING EVENTS ANOTII~I1 LOAN TOT ESHIADOWED. Tlre following motion wan moved at the Town Council ootordlyb hr Cr L. Pearce "That with a viow to borrow a sotititent sont of money,-the WoVrks Committee pro ceed at uloco to prepuoc and snkbmit to tire roancil a rehedlole ofrEcOrIek. chan els,- ronds and constrnetion works re quirerd to improve the anittation of tho Toot, together with any.ottrcr pseoporao thatothe committee mar deemn deoirable. including porchaso of rend-macirtg mech inoery anti erensiotn of the oarvn tall an,! other pubic bhoiltinto. ant that for the purpose of arrevtng at a oum to be borrowed, os weil an td comply with the Ant, tire engineer he instrocted to prolenr piano. apeciflcationr. estiorates of tie cost. ann oil particultars relating to srrcb worhk nod onrtertnirinjs ans may be tritiateri dy the comrmittoe. Cr WV. J.- toare aeconderi tho motion. T'Ie Mayorr Tie posrpect of. prrting tire work into excusonior wan5 no remote that tihey sironid hot go 00 far e0n...
TO CORRESPONDENTS Buninyoung.—The 3rd August, 1851, was a Sunday. THE RECEIVING HOUES. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
TO CORRESPONDENTS onin}jono.-Tho 3rd -August, 1851, was a THE RECEIVING HOUSE. To the Editor of "The Courier." Sir,-Considdersbls assonance hns blee suffered by residents of Diioa. Lyons. and Dawson streets owing to the violent helis. vise of inmsaste of the Stae Rieceirvig Itoune. During the past two weeks. day sod night, shouts, screams, and ipsounding on windowe shut ters Iarp been honr iat ail hour. eulminating on Sunday ilnsnch a pOndemoniuI uo to snake sight hideous, to render sleep imopassible. and enase our womenfolk to rower trembsling in their beds. 'flits ouisacre hIas existed for up wsrds of two rears, diesite omplaintsi to moessiers or the duaff. siho doutlless do their 10mt to muinintrre the treubte; but ronditions hose noss bercome iiitolerab.le. simd the residcets ure.deiermisri. ersn if they haer to invoke the ursistnnoir of the los. to rlnd rbh ii stole of affsirn. it is their inttention to petition the Council in recuring that peraeful and quiet pseorn. stun which...
AUSTRALIAN NOTE ISSUE GRADUAL REPLACEMENT OF OLD NOTES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
AUSTRALIAN NOTE ISSUE tittADUAL RI2PLAfBCEII2ŽT Otr OLD IELBOUttNE; Mloodny. Four nmillioii pieces of paper which lois now os Cotoninowentth rorrenrc notes, eill llt ho withdrawn Irom rircntltion, the ContoniweatlI Treosuer ofirinit Iepe. io 12 :oonths. und hbe reprlced by the non Federal issur. to order to ineetl requ remnents the staff in the Note Cisorctlltion Birach tioss been ineremved to 25 ierointient emoployeo nod eight temlporary honds. 'T'hresare erogeg ed all day in cthecking, enneelling, ad prepariengthe disearded notes for the fur once, in which they nro uiltinmntely do. sirered. The burntn evrpo four meekly.r At each of these aboult 40,000 notes ore burnt. l'hoo. 160,tt.0( notes wiso now bring consigned to the tlumes each week. A return norsed be the Fledera Treea nory todua showed the nomober nasod free vater of toe notes that invo'ber n bornrd to date. The dtetnianre no fettows= ,1 notes.... . 2.126,414 £5 notes ......... 3. .99 ttt notes ............. 92,627. £20 no...
BULLET WOUND IN THE HEAD. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
BIULEJT WOGND IN TIHE TElD. M E.LJOflItN. nnd LO. A youngl msn nnmfrl Fredeorick I tmnt Alle.i. agen 22, an olaricijawn. was found Icing in him niena in Oanterenlrn rywln Surnay Vilin, with a bullet uwnoun in hia ':aod and a smanll Americnn rifl lying ho hin aide. Allhn. nho roolden at Bllack burn r oad, lthckburn. tr oyniritted to tho honpitnalin ta artOIIo O lonUtien. It it raot-d tlaot Allen had, zonatJy beeno n afferiag aitli hianyen.
ROBBERS AS MONKS ATTACK THEIR HOST. ESCAPE WITHOUT A CLUB. MADRID, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
ROBBERS AS MONKS ATTlACK THBIft 11061T. ESCAPE WITHOUT A CLUB. MATJII. Sunday. An aodaciona cnsa of robbery unler anrmna has occurred at Olmnlo. 'Pwo sup posed monks presontn?l theamlntn at a large oauntry mannon near Olmrnst, and wene taken inside and numptuously enter tained. Suddrely theny drewrevolvers an?a mv erentl their host, whom they complleld to hand over a large sum of money. Th, robbors then forced tlheir hret to nccnm pnny them' throngh ihno treeth. Ile wta releaed after the robbers had divented thomslvan of thni.r cowsa and entered a hick forest. So far the police a, wiLth nut a clue which might lead to their cras turs.
TOLL CHARGES. ARBITRATION NECESSARY. OTTAWA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
TO?L CIIHALIRG . ARBITRATION ' NJ CFSS.bRY. OTTAWA. Saturday. .rt Sunnel .hider, a notedl United StuterO advocate, in aclderaoing rretnlnhrb of the Canadian Club in the prientnee of Mr Borden, Prime' tinlster and the Chief Justice, Sir Charlem Fitz;tlrick. adlmitted that arbitration was irneesary in rogurt to the Pnamna Coanl tolln din rte. Simul tancously th made u a powerful ruln In fa vor of the contention of tin United Stuten. bosing It ouun tie aunmlptio. that the Hay-uunce uroto treaty applcdI to oLdor natlions oecrpt the 'tnuitld Strats, am! that coastwise shippiiig wat omitted from all troatioa made by Aueiriia. h.' also held that the lIay.l'?nneeofoto treaty could not impair the right of iahoolutu souorntonty. Sir Charleo .tiizpatrieh, in replying. pointed out that fr Yl der had grunted Great lritanln'o entire ~ns when hu ad mittet' that lhe arbitration ooutention wos correct.
PANAMA CANAL DEMANDS OF COLUMBIA. WASHINGTON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
PANAMA CANAL DEMANTS OF COLUiLIIU. WASTLINO'I'ONL , undany. Colnumbia'tn negotiating a trreatly with the United Sitates with a view to tile net lamunt aof outstanldi ing q;tions arising out of the separation of l'annlma, whereby theL United States wae enbtlodl o secure eonconnionx allowing her to build Ithe Panama Canal. Thb Coltlmbian Ministrr in Wonhing tao dnnlarod financial coridoratimr s came n?elnd writh his Governmat. Whalt Con lumbhia wanted nerll tim e i- rghtbt to un ble canal as the ailrd Stales; the recognition of Colombia and the delimita tion of the Pan.ama frontier. It is re ported Columbia demands an indeamnity of ,e.5.000,3. ,
COLAC. DINGHY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
CO LA C. DIN(11[Y CIUIU. A Din'lhy Club has bu fuonnrir in Co Ino on tti 1W$0e linet too tio Adlbe-rt lok Club. Mt J. C. .lolhnttne haslt lhoit rrectd txIoidt·rt ounti Mr Dott htusiotto uocr.'t ark . PRloSE.\NTAtION '10 POLICE Al tlht, Colou Pulice Court Mr W. Sri. ruo l. J.I'. In bhhltf of the cilizens of Yon, pirrututl Su'tt Srddon with otn il luttinttle uddrnes nattl n gult unth stud chutin. lhis unis,' u-tnt Aotleptrd in or dLer to sant- Sorgil Sutsidon thr ncenoitn of makngit n jottutte to Yen. at whic plac It ians stltuondl for nsevml )earat.
DEREEL. LABOR PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
DEREEL. At odittliug-up neeting in onnectoion with the rectttt Labor picnic hld at thint lLrogon. Lt,, wooroturo (Air J. Micheoll) ir portnd that tile tiaing" were .1219 and thO erpenditure ±9. than Iwruing ni rudit of, .t11. Gne'rnl nntinfacwtion wias entiret~ r nt the rnult. and a rote of thainka no. parsed the. indirs nand others who nonindiri tootako thte efort na Ret. RiINFALL. 'L'o fallowinwm iri the ratinfall arr'tdlrl at Uereel by J11 -loblls Keinm for the pasto ,mr:-t- nnutry, 64 1oitlts; loebrt;atr, 1..i ~\tlrch. 3it6: April. 8a; Mtaty. 578:. oint.. 122: July. 138; Augnut. 381; September. 3ti; Oclobor, 147: Noreiber. 253; li oamber, 18. 'total. 23SI. Tlhe njinfal for the rear 1912 non 23.08 inren, told tih naoerage for the past neren~ytirn wan 26.37 iuloto.
MAGPIE. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
MAGPIE. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. The annual picnic of the Mtethalist Sundmy medootl w held at the Lobe and Cledens on Smtpdmay. The pienickera were coneyced to the rendezvoUS by po einlcar. Tho day ens idel for out door r'crentiou, and an emjoynale day a spemt in booting. fishing. ommexm. eto. Dmuring time amfteoon the gaithering me augimnted by the o rriop i of the tedwor old-time nequaintanctod es wer re nemem.
[?] MEN ATTEND MASS MEETING. RESIGNATION OF GOVERNMENT DEMANDED. JOHANNESBURG, Sunday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914
IIEN .ATTEND MASS MEWINO. .SICMNATON OF OOVMRh1N N.T DI%11 ANDIJD. " F11LN'II S1JIm. Sundny Midnight. n"ltiau in nuplwrt of the striko bheld forth Aaunre tIhs aftornoon waa at d hb" 900e0 pople. No polico weoie lit. bt the proceedings wore orderly 1 e gathlrrinwado p el ra vsolution an m ""~ thl tlottla Mlinistry to rceigu, wnd " +rug that Mr tony, the generla man " Lhe rnilways at Johaunnburg. t go. 'tlh meeting also delcidedl to pe a thle Imprial seornelnto not to itl tho nor of Imperial troopl in the t-nt dis rotc. Cto achR; delivcred wmere mnlerat in Sthe 041p hren urging the workers not Ifringo the tw. 'Fhis Inocribed "'in or, of the sict it of lhe 4th of Jly" n eonloy of our cucotyw" weOr PicIIout oi tilh improviued platform.