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FIGHTING FOR BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
FIGHTING FOR BREATH. "My little boy was a martyr to bad colds and- coughs," says -Mrs C. War rell, Lake's Creek, Rockhampton, Q. "At times he has been so bad that I have found him fighting.for breath. Since I started giving him Chamber. lain's Cough Remedy I do not worry over his, coughs, for I.know *nat a cou ple of doses will give him immediate relief." Sold by Cust and - Scholes, Gen. Merchants; T. A. Wild and A. Gamson, cheomists, Barkly street, Ara. rat. Captains Bailey and Marsheaod, -who have been exploring the mysterious Sanpo River, have returned to India after an arduous journey. They prov ed conclusively that the Sanpo and the Brahmaputra are one and the same river, thus removing the.last shred of doubt on this point. The falls, of which so much has been heard, were, however, found to be a myth.
[?]OROUGH COUNCIL FINANCES. STRIKING A RATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
TOROUGH COUNOIL FINANCES. STRIKING A RATE. At the annual meeting of the Ararat Jorough Council, held last night, Cr Tibbles moved--"That as the stimatds submitted and- approved ,Iows that the sum ofi £5429/13 is re piired for the several purposs. in re .,ect of which the council is authorised. o expend the same, that the sum of .2212/3 is available for such purposes, hat the sum of £3217/10 is further .equired; that the not valuation of the 'ateable property within the borough a £25,740, and that a rate of 2/6 in ,he £1 sterling of such valuation is ne essary to raise tee sum-required, that .uch estimate be adopted.'-' The me -ion was seconded by Cr- Irwin .ad carried. ' (Jr - Tibbles further moved--" That he council make and levy a' general ate of 2/6 in the £1 on -the net annual ;alue of the property assessable in the 3orough of Ararat; and the said rate c, made"for the -year ending the 30th .jeptember, 1914, and be -collected in mne account; and that the collector for .le -time' ...
MAYOR AND OR IMPEY AT LOGGERHEADS. DISORDERLY ENDING TO MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
MAYOR AND OR IMPBY AT LOGGBRHIEADS. DISORDERLY ENDING TO MEETING. After the Mayor had put the resolu ion (which he described as the' most lastardly he had 'put to. the council ruring the time he had been in the ouncil) for the appointment of Mr ,ock as Town Clerk and Engineer to no Borough of. Ararat, at the meeting ,f the council last night, and. Cr Ir cin had stated that no would move at hoeliext meeting that the assistant .own Clerk be given the same conces .ions as Mr Lock, re days off during he month, The Mayor stated that. Cr Impey ad agitated for the appointment of .Ir' Lock to suit his own ends, and that hoe vhole proceedings shocked him. Cr Impey (excitedly)-What would .hock you would make a Jew drop is money bag. The Mayor-The same as you. Cr Impey (to the'Mayor)-You prove "hat you say. You are not any part t a man, or you would not say what ou did, and you should withdraw tne emark you made. The Mayor-I will withdraw it if :ou withdraw your remark. Cr Impey-I think you ou...
MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
MIDDLE CREEHM .. (From our own Correspondent.) At a parents' meeting held in the schoolroom on Monday, 2nd March, the following were elected as members of the School Committee for the next three years :-Messrs II. Dunn, J. Hill man, M. Kelly and J. O'Brien, Mes dames Franc and J. Fay and Miss M'Donald. The newly appointed com mittee then held a meeting, when Mr Dunn was elected as President and Mr IHillman as correspondent. There was a fair attendance at tno picnic meeting on Monday last. The secretary reported a balance of over £8. It was decided to hold a chil dren's picnic some Lime in May. Ar rangements for carrying out of the outing will be made at the nest meet ing.
CROWLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
OCaOWIANDb. (From our own Correspondent.) - .The thunderstorm' ýwhich passed' over cho;idistrict Ion Friday last gave very littlo'rain to ,rowlabds and places .vithin several miles radius of it. ' Five points inly were registered in Crow lands. , The1 supply of rain water is -juite'exhausted in many homes. The song dry spell, and the heavy dray traf di in connection with railway- work have converted the roads into deep beds' of fine, very fine dust, which rises in smothering clouds behind.every vehicle, flock or herdthat passes by. It is quite time some of..the gravel so plentiful in several places near uy was placed where it would serve a use iul purpose, viz., along Clarke and Wright streets. i am !"
DAY SANITARY SERVICE AGREED TO. DISCUSSION IN BOROUGH COUNCIL. MAYOR'S RULING DISAGREED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
IAY SAiTARY SERVICE AGREED p TO. DISCUSSION IN DOROUGII COUNCIL. MLAYOR'S RULING DISAGREED WITH. Last night, at the meeting of the Lrarat Borough council, Cr Tibbles Loved--"That the sanitary employees e grantee: permission from Monday, th March, 1914, for a period of six ionths, to commnence work at raylight ach morning." The May or said tl at there *was a esolution an ne beocks that tLe sani arv service should be a night one, and intil that was removed, he could not ccept the motion. Cr Tibbles said that their own by aw on the books was invalid and could ot stand. The Local Government Act aid that the sanitary pans had to be "emoved in the day time. Cr Irwin said-thatiehen the-depart-, nent had allow'ed them in the past.to ronduet the serviee in the night time, t proved that there was very little vrong, or than it was not important. The Mayor said that he hau given Ais ruling that the motion was some shat out of order. -. Cr Tibbles saia that seven out of the sine councillors were...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
GENEIRAL. The A'dmiralty hase abandoned as hopeless the.'attempt to recover the Idst submarine A7, which is embedded in the mud at the biottom'of'Whitesand Bay. ...... Mainy distinguished artists attended the cremation of the body of the fa nious.caricaturist, Sir John Tenniel. The ashes were buried beside. the rd mains of Sir John's wife, who died 60 .years ago. One ;thousand -"White Wolf" Chi. nese bandits,. eluding the military cor don which has been closing _on them in the south, have marched westward, ap parently with the intention of regain ing their native hills. They are pillag ing on the way. Three roped Alpine climbers from Lausanne, while ascending Mont Rosa Blanche, in the canton of Valais, were overwhelmed and killed by. an aval an'cho at a height of 4500 feet. In the ifouse of Commons on Monday night Mr Acland, -Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, stated, in reply .to a question, that it' was niot the.inten tion of Great Britain to purchase the New Hebrides or to' agr...
ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
ACCOUNTS. The following accounts were passed for payment: Borough Fund. Mayoral allowance, 2nd quarter ........... £12 o10 Water account, sanitary .. 1 2 0 J. Crossley and Son, material 10 7 4 O. W. H. Grano, material.. O 18 6 R. A. Harrieks, horse feed and deposit ... .......10 13 0 W. Upham, blacksmith.... 516 4 F. W. Williams, washers . 0 14 D I'arkes and Bon, repairs* linds .. ...... ....086 Gas Company, meter charge 1 0 0 [herdsman, commission.. 12 16 6 G. Millar, refund ....... 0 15 0 V. Collum, allowance, free swimmings .. 3 10 0 r. Miller, salary, museum,.. 1 0 0 Broadbent Bros. & Co.,, car- ' . rage...... 0 5 0 town Clerk, salary 8 9 2 Assistant Clerk, salary:. 4-:4 7 J2nsulting engineer, salary '5 9::4 Hallkeeper, salary.. 8 0 0 Inspector Nuisances, salary 0'15::'4 Dog Inspector, fees .. o..i 5 0 Dairy Inspector : ="0 10 0 'oxious Trades Inspector ': 05 0 Jurator, salary .. .. 11 :0 0 VW. Foster, salary . . .: 2 ' 0 0 . arnes, salary .. .. 5 0 0 r. Woodard, gardens...
ARARAT BOROUGH COUNCIL. FORTYNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
ARARAT BOROULUM UuUDuULL. FORTNIGHTLY MLEETING. The fortnightly meeting of the Arn. rat Borough Council was held last night at the Council Chaolers, Town 11]ll. There were present-Cr G. Burn (May. or), and Crs W. Tibbles, E. Stephen. so01, E. J. Simpson, J. Irwin, J. Tuson, W.. Timminu, T. Impey and C. A. Brandt. SUPPLY OF FODDER. Only one tender, that from R. A. IHa-icks, was received for the supply of fodder for 12 months. The tender was accepted on the motion of Cre Im. p'r a;nd Braudt. TYPI'OID FEVER. The following cases of typhoid fever were reported :-William Toole, jun., 23 years Tu?on street; Allan Toole, 8 years Tuson street ; Edward Carland, 41 vcars, near railway station; Harry 1: ?. Nelteniius, 11 years, High street; ?lexandejr i' Cracken, 6 years, Barkly street ; Isabella 8. Pope, 27 years, Carey street. Tl;e report from Dr. Jones, of the Board of Public Health, who made a special visit to Ararat (and as publiih. ed in a recent issue of the "Adver. tiher") was read, als...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
On Monday there arrived in Mel bourne by R.MI.S. Medina his Excel lency Phva Asvabali, Master of the horse to the King of Siam, who is on an extended tour through the Common wealth. Phya corresponds with earl or count, and Asvabadi is the personal name. RICKED IlIS BACK. 'I ricked my back severely, and was unable to stand upright," writes Mr Thos. HI. Maher, Ebden, Vic. 'I had seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver tised for strains, and thought I would see what it would do for me. The first application gave me relief, and I was quite myself again after using only a quarter of a bottle." Sold by. Cust and Scholes, Gen. Merchants; T. 4. Wild aqd, A. Cgmsoa, chemists, B.kly Bt1'~dt~~t~tt AU~TION SALES. AKAKAT STOCK SALE THURSDAY, 5th MAORCH 1i91i And ales .:will be held on the `First Thursdiy in each month in future. " At the Yards, Avoca Road, Ararat, At 145.p.m., sharp.: U DODD & SON will Sell by Publie 1-o. ,?Auction. on' theb.above date,, at his Sale Zards; Avoca Road- : SHEEP...
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT DOBIE. MR J. W. DELANEY BURNT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT DOBIEU' ;ER J. W. DELANEY BURNT OUT. A most disastrous fire occurred' at Dobie on Monday last, by which Mr J. W. Delaney is a 'heavy loser. It ap pears from the information to hand that Mr Delaney was away from home getting a IGan of firewood when a fire broke out and totally destroyed ms re sidence, which consisted of seven rooms, lath and plaster. So fiercely did the fire rage tnac practically no thin- was saved. Mr Delaney was only insured to the extent of about 0250 in the Central Company. -- ..... . . -`
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
HARRIS & CO,, THE BIG STORE ---(00)-- Sale Now On BARGAINS zar z'.;,z.--:,+ aI-map..?,z,;.a.?rw'ar .: Dress Lengths, 5 yards, 3/11, 5/11, 7/11. Dress Trimmings, 3d yara. Fancy Muslin and Cambrics, 4/11 doz., were 1/- yard. Special Line Crepes, 7½d yard, White Towels, 5id, large size. Strong Unbleached Sheeting, 1/4~. Unbleached Table Damask, 1/-. Ladies' White Costumes, '/6, 7/6. Boys' Galatea Trousers, 10'd. Boys' Galatea Jumpers,. 1Od. Boys' Galatea Tunics, 1/6. Galatea Sailor Suits, 3s 6d. Boater Hats,. Pd. - REMNANTSI REMNANTS! - Suits to Measure from 32/6. - -(f)- THE BIG STORE. SI WORLD-' AMED HATS ýLWAYS RETAIN THEIR SHAPE AND COLOR AND LOOK WELL FROMt First t'o L.ast. CUST AND soHOLEr BARBLY STREET, AARAAT. STHE GEELONG WOiL SaLES, Dennys, Lacioelles, Ltd., Established 1857. ---- CIt:)-- • 3BIRQOUO.--L E, LASCULLBE (?laagUln 'D)Izrestc?. aOt ga?r Wva~v (.B.].; DAVID TRAOFANT, uJ a W .?YOT, .TT WOOL AND GRAIN ,ROKERS, STOCfiI AND STW TION ASW ' 56 Years. Experience qu...
LETTERS IN THE PRESS. LEAKING OUT OF INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
LETTERS IN THE PRESS. LEAKING OUT OF INFORMATION. Last night, at the meeting of the Borough Council, Cr Tibbles asked if any person, apart from a councillor,.had access to council correspondence before it came before the table. He asked that be cause a certain letter had appon-'1 in the Press under the head of "une of the P:',lic," which referred to a letter being received from the Avoca Shire Council by the council, and that letter had not yet come before the council. The Mayor-As far as I know only councillors nave. Cr Irwin-Did not Mr Lock say at the last council meeting that the Avo. ca Shire was going to write 4 The Mayor-Yes. These things do leak out. Cr Impey-There is a suspicion about the letter. He thought it a matter that should be cleared up. It was referred to in a letter in the Press above the signature of "One of the Public." While the letters were be ing written, it was only causing trou ble. If a councillor did not write that letter, we should make an effort to trace...
The Ararat Advertiser. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
e1 ES T`" r; Y 1857( THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914. The monthly meeting of the Council of. the Shire of Ararat will be held 'at the Shire Hall this morning: Mr Norman Allen, of the firm of I Duni ai-dAll?ri, 'nerchates, Ararat, joined thd ranks. of-the Benedicts at " Mielbourne on Tuesdaylast:*:? .; The seeretary.:of the -Ararat Hospi tal thankfully, acknowledges. the, re ceipt of £1/15 froni theKiora Cricket Club, being the balance "it hand at the date of its. being wound.p:, p.> , 'A donation of a: guinea has been forwarded to ithe .Charities Carnival Committee by the local branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Un:en, and its receipt is: thahkfully acknow ledged by the secretaries. Accounts await payment'at the Aa rat ' Subtreasury for the following.: -Ararat Hospital, E; Blackie, .J. Cross ley and Son, W. H. Grano, J;Hart,-H. A. C. Irving, J. Magree,'.J.:.R. Mat thews, J. M' Namara,; G. -F. Smith, W. Thomson and Co., W. White, F. B. 'Womersley. Considerable quantities of fruit ...
TOWN GLERK AND ENGINEERSHIP. MATTER AGAIN DISCUSSED BY BOROUCH COUNCIL. ANOTHER WARM AND INTERESTING DEBATE. MR LOCK APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 March 1914
TOWN CLERK AND E% N i GIiNEERSHIP. ic p MATTER ACAIN DISCUSSED BY BOROUGH COUNCIL. ANOTHER WARM AND INTEREST ING DEBATE. MIr LOCK APPOINTED. At toe ordinary mdeting of the Ara rat Borough Council, oheld last night, when there was a full' attendance of councillors, another 'vtry interesting and warm debate took place on tlhe question of the appointing of a Town Clerk and tugineer at a salary of £350 per year. MOTION ON NOTICE. Cr Impey, pursuant to notice of mo tion, moved-- That the clause as writ ten and enclosed herewith be portion of the agreement under which the per son appointed Town Clerk and Engin-" eer shall hold office during his tenure of office as such Town Clerk, Engineer, etc., to the Borough of Ararat. Clause referred to-' That notwithstat ding any resolution which imay have been passed and recorded in the minute book re garding the Town Clerk, Engineer, etc., engaging in private practice, the said Francis Nelson Lock shall, daring the tenure of his office as Town Cler...
DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 7 March 1914
DYSPEPTIOS NEED NOT DIET. L SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTI LNG FOOD FERMENTATION. Food fermentation is the camue of idl the discomfort and pain dysp,'pties ,uffer. It does not necessarily follow, :wn'ever, that in order to obtain re ief they must deny themselves the env :cymcnt they derive from eating sn 'ailed indigestible luxuries. The most atisfactory method of overeeomin :th, lifiiculty would be to prevent tl' fer mentation from occurring at all. :11 htis can be done by a very simpll nean.'. It must first be explained -hat most of the: foods we cat contain a certain quantity of add.forming ele nonts, and indigestible foods, of course :ontAin- a larger proportion. W11n :hese foods are eaten, the acid cllecte, trriLates the walls of the stomach, and anuses the food to ferment while it is ligesting. This fermenting food also rves off gas which distends the sto Snach, causing that full, uncomfortable :celing so often noticed after cating. ihe root of the trouble is the acid crmentation. T...
PRINTERS' ERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 7 March 1914
PRINTERS' ERRORS. The Interstate Commission, with its earching inquiry into Typothetae me hods and tyranny, is doing splendid york, and showing the public how seri lusly the Master Printers "erred" ehen they laid themselves out to sue. •essfully control the trade and fleece .he public. The silly replies by leading e.embers of tihe association and its se 'retary to the Commissioners' queries why no answprs to the charges nul;ll save been submitted, are among the oest notable "printers' errors'' ever hronicled. One of the more familiar rid amusing sort, however, appeared he other day in a daily journal, when eferencee was made to the "great ,um. >er of post humorous eulogies" passed .n the late Lord Stratheona.
ARBITRATION DELAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 7 March 1914
ARBITRATION DELAYS. To most of us it seems to read like a ;host of the past to read in the ldaily newspaper reports of proccedings in Sonnection with the Brisbane Tramway strike. Mr Justice Higgins gave 1 le. vision, which was hailed as victory for .he strikerE, but the fact was overlook. 'd that appeals were promptly lol?cld, and are now being heard. That is :hey would be if it were not that ::Ir Arthur, the counsel for the union, !as, in conjunction with the union's s:olicitor, raised the objection that the lecrees of the Arbitration Court are sot subject to revision by the high :ourt. Holding such beliefs as this, no wonder that Messrs Arthur and Bren • an are known as the Higgins twins. it is always, of course, possible that 'his view of the law tmay be right. and since to alter the Arbitration Act would :, impossiblo under - present political conditions, the only remedy wlil be to hange the autocrat. Czar Higgins and uis unattackable decrees are impossible, i-ut his fellow-judg...
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. EASTERN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 7 March 1914
OUB, MELBOURNE LETTER. EASTERN PORTS. According to newspaper paragraphs, the State Government, in its eagsr de. centralisation fervor, is about to tpend money in making a port for Rastein Gippsland at Gabo Island. Mallacoota Inlet, it has been wisely decided to leave alone, since as a shipping port it is impossible, though, as a fishing ground and picturesque beauty spot, it should be a valuable asset to VIctonra. The funny thing about this outer port scheme is that not only is there n) port at Gabo Island, but at present toe;e, is no necessity.for a port. Just rovn. tho corner, so to speak, there is one of tLe finest ports in Australia, Twofold Pay, and if Victoria and New South Wales could only, through their goveruluen.s, exercise a little common sense and agree to consider Towfold Bay a dis. triet port irrespective of what State it is in, the possibilities of the back coun. try might be exploited. The proposed Gabo Island port will not only be cost. ly, even if it is possible, b...