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NEW YEAR HONORS NEW GOVERNOR A K.C.M.G. MR. BRYCE A VISCOUNT. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
jEW YEAR? HONOR \w (1OVI'iNOIR A i'C.A Il. IIIlYCII A VISCOUN INUOND . WVe d. list of New Year's Day heo mb bee made public. The "igh ion. CI s Brycer lormorly Chief S rc for ,and andl formerly lritish at \Vahingtlon. Is created lin n Therle tro four ellw bulr e g Sir Ilefe lls1? ie. lieneo ie Ja o. ef The lone. yulph acee cel nor-hdeignato of Victorli, is ee a .u .. ied Pleofeear Allel tl lo o :Ui Uenmeity, is one of I ne ii tsmallelo r. nle Silr Iufue csaeecs. the eell ale Ied lordl Chief Jluetine: I tles e Ore l.leee new Lord Justice- enel tr Ilkn. Who e ha aopte t?i il of SStrethrlydnlo; Sir Charles Ald l' . td.l'.l Clhncellor eand Vi ;.Gew Pr f; York, andl Attorney-Genn l to the. Ine of \Vllei. 185-IOI r ir ld ne llanr ortlh. Burt. diren r loIce' Aeeeecl'edll Prrn. Lt Sir ,elcwel,' thie King Iedw t II. C of Englilsh LiteraLurn it Clo h U ivereityr . t ci Cre- of St. Mliclrael aul SI. ei(.C.e .G.): Lordl ?nl?tetltel e r cry of Stlteo for tle Colon glt C(ommandrr of St. Michd ran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
OLLAR D NEW MODELS COLLARD' OLLA t D C 0 L LARD OLLARD GREATEST OF ALL OF THE COLLARD COLLARD COLLARD COLL A D ENGLISH PIANOS.c L LA It D UOLLAID COLLARD C O L L AR 1, COLLARD AND COLLARD, COLLARD C 0 L L A It COLLA.RD AND COLLARD. C O L L A R D OC L L AI?D OLLALD AID COLLARD. COLLARD C OLLARD COLLARD SL L A It U Are Now on View at COLLARD COL LARD Cl I, A R. D C L L A R SUTTON'S MUSIC W?tiidiOUSE. C L . A R D C L A TIESE -UPE PIANOS 0 L LAD SLLA aren been nt the Very Forefront of teh L D .0 LA i ) World's URst for C OLL 1 RD S1,. A 1. D C LO' L A R D 0 , L A D OVER I00 YEARS. C L A R D O L ,A R D And To-day may be Classel as the C LLARD 0 L . A IGiEST ORAD E NGISH PIANOS O LLA R D CO 1,LA R D On tho-Market. COLLARD j 0 1, LAICLL R D 0§OLL , D LOWEST CASH T RICES, OR EASY COLL D O L D TEMS. COLLARD OLLA 7D COLLARD O LAlID Send for Catalogues anl all 'articliars. C LL RD o LL D SOLE AIIENTS, OL A IIt 0 L 1, A D SOLE ANTS. 0 L L It D SI A l SUTTON'S PTY., LTD., CO L ??t D O 1 11 1' CO...
IMPORTANT TO LADIES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
IIPORTANT TO LADIA 4ý ý.s ý- - I lr Ludies are rpecinlly roquoeriod ?hat, ,or i). SI. Clilford, Nouperi .r of the "N.TUB'A" lcalth Co bourne. will next Ie visiting Ball. T'usdrlay nad Walodneraay, 6th a Jtlnary, to\ien she may be ??n I'alaco Ilotl frollm 3 pa.ll to 0 p.nlm. 'J'nJlagy allnd (1 a.m. to 0 p.m. , Wednerdeny. Lndin wolmoso heartt lanin o t R1 ninmoty ire adelioc to c s lt Mrs Clifford aoo learn Ifrom hel.'h-. good health r ayIr rhfetnrcl to theo , try. oneans of Ihb woncderful "Naturo'" ltoml q-tatmenl Ihtt hon cured so many tlhou.: snnds of onomcn andr krirls. No choarge s nado for tlr consulltation and advic. and ,, ibliratiocn wnatever is ineorred by a nisit.. N.fl.--Iso Clifford cll-earr11 iitfull spply of all modlirines, and will i frtl tro ari patiento nd othora -at the, 'alaoe totiel. Cut this out for referuen:
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
INUDEX TO' ADVE'RTE MENTS Amnnemcst· p&ae . nsuramron .... 12 &""tlus 1o Lost bhd Found 6 t d M M dll ... . 12 ring". Deatlhs Mootinam.N . . 6 Bord and iM- Mifning-No€ticm a Coalci Tmo-loU 1 I 'uhli Notieo 6-12 - nvanoB , 1 Frvi , , . . . 7 Cnlweantional . 1' rimto mirta . 12 - ,,. l . , . , 12 Bhfpping . . For Sale G Rltuakions vveant 6 u- nc ". . . . .6 fItuitions W td a ioelljaemnt Ad. Tenders . 6 vortioeenlota . G Wanted to. 8uy 7 -1-,1s and Land iantdd to rItcnt for Sale 13 , ntn ni to Boll ?A Hous, " and i a ...ted Knowa 86 . t.at,,..-. 'l"
BALLARAT POST OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
BA SJJ.I.AT l'O POSjT OFFICI ES Mails for Europe, per 1.1..S. Orontei. iill lose nt the Post Office as under: Mbnev order, 5 p.m.. Wednesday. 7th January: parcels post, 6 p.m.. Wedore tlny. 7th .January; registered Ibotters. 6 tl.m.. Thursday, Sth January: letters anid intdrs. 6.15 p.m.. Thursday. 8th January. 1Potsea and Surrento Mondays. Tues dayso.Wedne'days, Thursdays. 6.30 p.m.; Satuday?. 6.030 a.m., 6.30 p.m. NoS. South Wnles, daily. 10.15 n.m., 6.30 p.5u.; Rivrorina. daily, 10.15 n.m.; Corow.a, dlaily 10.15 n.m. Quensland. dnily. 10.15 n.m. Souoth Australia. Bordortown, and Monnt Gambier Districts. 10.15 am., 6.43 p.m dddyir. W stern Australia,. 5th Jannory, 10.15 Hobart and L.unceston, aniid all pbrt th .January. 6 .m. Stanleyr. Burnie, Deronport. Straihan. an, and Quecnetowrn, 6th ,Ianusry, 6 Zealand. irh lIobrt. 14th Jasin a.m. . .. gton. 0rth Januaryso, 1 .m. 'ad. ,th Jonoti r . 10.15 n.m. i1 6th oulary. 10.15 a.m.. a llay,:D1rr:ban,, Edst .tOnon. Capt Td?,n. and tMousel ...
MOTOR CYCLING. RELLABILITY TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
MOTOR CYCLING. ILEIaAIILLTY TRIlIAL. SOn ThonMday rrening the wompeoitors in the motor cycln relability trial. Ade laido to Melbourne, reached Ballarat, hav ing o?artel in I'h morning troln Cnitor tos. The day's jonrney wao in two etafc,--tho first 80 Inils, to Wycliffoe and thenccondl 70 oMil, to Ballarnt. fono of the.cotopetitors lost any points for the tiay. There wer several falls, bht no had onre. E. G. C'larke was with tlhe other riders, but was too laid to.start a. a oampetitor, though ho waos one of the first at all stopping plaoes. The com petitors left yesterdlay morning for Mel oisne, rrwhich they were tlllne to rn ach by naooll. Thle riders and oints on arrival at Ballorat warn: A. W. Ilaonsn. If h p. IDouglna.s, full points; C. I. (hnarlharde, 3f MLp. Lnois, fall points; i'. Samsn-n 3 h.p. J.A.P.. lost (2 points; A. o'arn, 3 h.p. i;udgo. full pointns; A. IL. Cornell. 3 h.p. L?ws, full poitita; F. I1. lorton. 3thp. lldge, lot 8, roiinl; A. .Aoyfe, 3 hp. lois, Oat, cooled...
BOWLS. BALLARAT V CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
BOWLS. IALIAtI AT V CLUN1S. An nenjyable guce of hwunls was played aun New 1 ear' Bay between trains repre s?nttingl the Ballarat aud Clunea club. Play took place on the lallarat green,. 'The hme 12 won by 82 aoints. The Bal. larat rink captaineil by \..1. TrradwrIl had a rctearkable run itlter the 15th head. The scores then were-Clunres, 15; Ballarat, 10. Securing the nmt, Treadl well's quartet coredl 17 withoust a break, including nu eight, which is a very rare occurrence. Seores:- 1allanrnt-92. Fricke. Finn, Chanmpion, Ikremerrew... 32 lhndson. Dawaon. Clark. Treadwell ... Ii Croft, t?elage, Cohen, Williams ......B Clunes--60. iChbins. Eberhardn. Turnbull. Phillips., 2 ienkice. tIny. tiehards, lcioe ......... 17 Cloke, Hemratn, Swinburne, Iendra 21 Ballarat v tlinmnarsh (S.A.). at Bsln eat, to-aday.-Squire.s, Cohen, Champion. Opie. Pa-tlmer, Millianti llarris. ao*.oy. nowling. Dawont. iellarnd. Williams, Ut.larty, Jans. Craougey, Trenrdwell, Da vima, liamnagie.
GHASTLY ATROCITIES. SERVIANS RAVAGE ALBANIA. THOUSANDS MASSACRED. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
GHASTLY ATILOCITIfS. SE.RVIANS RIAVAGE ALIBANIA. 'TIOOUSANIS ?tASSACiRED. . 'PAllS, Thurmlal. rr WiVilliam Willard Iloward,.of-.ew York, who hInso rhiects promionence i cuirction with his relief work 'among lth: Arrlenlans, hol arrived hero, otadr concludingt a 40-rmiie trip through Al hania. 1Ie reports fresh seories of ghastly atroaitite. In the lmot tell weeoks. Ur Ior?r? l de elaes, Srrvian tmroops hlro de Rtroyei 100 villages, and .191 men. wormen, and ohil tren have either been sloughtered or burnt to drctlh. Mr Iloward ftrtlher states that 100,000 of the inhbihianst of tlhis pa.rt of Albania arve been rendered lioreilme through the hieartless eruellty rt the Snrvlans, and he exsr?el thali. 30.ON of tlhesi "peoplo will itlher totarveo or freeze to deatlh before Spring.
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
OBITUARY -- , Widcslrned rTgret will be provoked by 3 the intelligence of tie deati of Mrs Ann SWhiteo. relict of the late Mr Thomas 3 White, of the Victorin lhtilways, which occurred shortly after meidnight. Tile drceeed who hadi reached the ripee tre of 79 reers. wa c bern in Ctunty Cork. Irelarnd. and at a triI age Cnsme to Australia. F'or practicall 60 searn she Ilst resided in ItBlaraet She "had been ailing for sone time. beut cirly esterday norning her aiIlCent bec mer so snewrr that it was evident the end e'l s ijn tight. Hleart failure nsls the cau of letlUlh. Tile deceasrel wa w-idoly reeitestd by nn stenaive circle of friends. She was the mother of Msr Wiiami \ White, of Lyons nd \Vhite. tailor., of Bridge street" Mr Thofr White; 3rd I'. Cannon. of '.irt "treet " Mr fl h ne hrirs. of Mlarl reough; nAnd Mres I'. M'?Crt lhv, of Saminringianm. 'Tlh dereth occurredl t tle residence of Mr Wiiiiam nWhite. Ie .\?renIge. fe whence tle Ifuneral swill leavre on Mormnday afternoon. A...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA V BALLARAT BALLARAT'S POOR SCORE. HARD HLITTING BY VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
SOJTH AIUSTRALIA V. BALLARAT U3AL.AtITaT'S P001 SiCItUl. ILlW. IU'rlINO I3Y VISITOIIS. ''The South Austr.alian Intar-State ric l kot team-on their iay back to Adelaide from the Ituor-State matches in Sydhley and I\elbourne-broko their jouruoy lt iallarat yestcrday and conmlurenced It two daes' IlirIti oil toe "sitoiii ival ito?o notL a Bllaratt tnml. Muny of thlo- 'ho vjtnithl Iiallaiot ltst yeir were, tlnfortu l1?0te,.l not availble. Alonglst thle eul porters, Clu oln, iellIro. iat. Mtostyn sorlten (the t)ieolienot tt tiIe S.oth Ato triolit . ionooiatoll) were niittnig; wtiltt UCoun ltll and initit were ab-oet tlmoe the nuils of tihe platora. Mtiuer. tile Ser?al nicketetlelc, ,who is wudo to be 1 ,tllotit n tier IIi .htotooia at present, Sinto alo absent, a0 hI wa0 clled biLck to Adelaide uOttr tile .lelbtullrlu talioll. uinlodetl Iad a?to to g? In(,kl, andl. oo Mlt dltoau tooli. nt II Syeile y tand could toke 0o turlthecr rt in toe ganie.% lie wcllt hoeme. Tie to.iam ptrforolmed i...
HINDMARSH V CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
ITNDTILUISL V CENTRAL. The .llindmari.h (S.A.) b"twIh. wNio lanvo been on a visit to Melbhunrne, ar rivced ill lallnF.t vesterdae On the rottrn Jonrney. and il tie afteriunoon pltnyed ,nntch egainst (ntral. ' 'he visitoen were benaten by 13 powints. Seorts: C&lt;.ntral--67. Slhittock. Glnaeono. Darter. lickart... 24 Simpsaon, Williauns, rhonmlson, Stet on ................. ......... ... . W\alker, Smith. l d;ernnn. Tyloer .. '2 Hlindnmarsh-4. Mooe, Ilarris. C'lild., Comi" ...... - 1i4 lanrvi, Griller. looth Nardley ..... D. Urown. J. .rown, JeffreIIy. Bhrop iD
HINDMARSH V BALLARAT EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
IniDM.ARSUI V IVALLAIAT IMIST. 'Tho ,allrat Fast boaling green anns brilliantly illunilnated last niyhlt, on the ssrrssion of a lnatch bhetwesn liindmarh a-d the homo team. The loeai team fin ishetl 20 points np. Seorees: Itallarat East--c7. W. 'satna. A. Irotman, W.. I. T'rotlman. .1. Trstmua ......... Ilayves. Silberisen. (Tribble. WVright 1 tlark, "itiss. Wilson. Spring ... .. iS Hindmarsh--47. Teffrey, lroain, 1)risg,. iishop ..-. t:I JaeRe?. limo-n. JHdlest. ltath .....- 15 Moore, iarrio., Childer. Ceolsto, ... .. 1 A tham representingll the allarat pros will to-day ipla a M3elbourlte pres corm binatiot on oh e Itoltrat greon. Iallarat mill be repres?llted bi the folloing: .Berry. islosues. iesemerea. Clark, "Cork burn. Dorman. ElliI Finlnyfun. Fritke. Graham, M'illnn. Peorkins, leynold?,. Sartori, White. ani \\oosl.
CABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S] BALKAN SITUATION STRENGTHENING OF NAVIES. MENACE TO WORLD'S PEACE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
QABLEGRAMS BALKAN SITUATION SltlNOT'r NIN?o O?' NAVIES. 3EN.tGcE TO WOutID'S. I.AOE. LONDON, J'rildhy. le ter's A ency ?lortO tlhat tile J"ur elhose of the battlesouhip io do fa oloiro by I'lurkey has not caus?l anly perturbioion in (lrhek official inrlo, but sullrpri?o i e.p- ned aLt til eaction of 'turkey in r vealing her deoigns upohn the Er.gan lu It is Smuoteil out Ouat Oreeno ILs plen tv or Ltmo in tho next sio muntlo to ounsider what alt'ioll olh wilt tako'an lost rcwort, and thut Greece niways hoao effectual l?nuno Of enlutring that thu Turkish Dreudnooght will not Imn.v BIritish waters. If moreonarirs or uoel to manii tih eno vuet. delinato intornu tinul question will uri.. 'ITho fnct tlhalt Iuropen nalvies ean o strenthenod hbv the purcaseo of Dread oogq built. for the bdtluh American re publil has been a onn1C'e to the pouce of thu world, and a eriollus ohltaoo to the limiltation of armnlents .