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LATEST INTELLIGENCE MELBOURNE, Friday Night. COMMITTED FOR TRIAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
LATEST INTELLIGENIQ E. (By Wire.) . (From our own Corresponden.) MELBOURNE, Friday Night. :COMMITTED FOR TRIALM. An American named William Brom Iey was to-day committed for trial for robbing Edmund Tubbs. He put up an alibi, stating that he was in Bruns wick at the time of the alleged offence. DISCREDITABLE BRAWLS. The V.R.C. to-day suspended four jockeys, G. Lambert, G. Ross, G. Har rison, and F. Clarke, for being concern ed in a discreditable brawl at Caulfield. .This will prevent them riding at the coming Sydney meeting. BLASTING FATALITY. While working in a paddock at Black Rock, 10 miles from Geelong, this morning, Charles Joyce, an en gineer, who arrived from England only tive months ago, was killed through be ing struck by a large rock blown from sewerage works some distance away. Blasting operations were in progress in th1 sewerage works, and several pieces ui atone were thrown high into the air. Joyce was a single man, 35 years of age. RAILWAY ACCIDENT. About three miles fr...
WILLAURA BURCHERS FINED. WILLAURA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
WILLAURA.BUT 0HERS FINED. WILLAURA, Friday. At t·he Willaura Policr Court to-day, before Mr E. Williams, P.M., M. Alltn, on inspector of the Board of Publie. HIealth, proceeded against Oordon and Renkin, local butchers, for transport :rg.meat intended.' for consumption through .the street without being suf fciontly protected from fliks rnd dust. One of the defendants, Renkiu, ap :leared,' and admitted the offence. The Police Magistrate fined each of tho:defendant, El,£ with 10/0 costs.
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
MINING INTELLIGBNCE. With the profit from the last clean up, and after making provision for in. come tax and the fortnight's accounts. the cash position of the Catheart Cen tral Company has improved to the ex tent of £1500 in the past ten days. The amount now in hand is £5106. The dompany will.probably make a fur ther return to shareholders in April, and when the directors meet a fort night hence, the probabilities are' that a dividend will be declared. The 2/ per share a month standard is, however, not likely to be attempted, and, no doubt, the board will be satisfied to distribute 1/ per share, which will re. quire £2500, and avoid putting a strain on the producing capacity of the mine. Commenting on the development of mining in the Ararat district, yester day's Stawell "Times" says :-" Al though Stawell has been cold shoulder ed and neglected, other centres are treated in a most lavish manner. Take Ararat for instance. The Government has taken the responsibility of boring the fie...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
CYCLING.-NOTES. Don Kirkham,. the -crack Australian road rider, who is now in France, for. wards some interesting particulars to the Dunlop Rubber, Co. in reference to the Austral;an Road Team, who have signed on with the Clement-Gladiator Co:,iand of which he isla member. It appears that the Cycle Company men. tioned, the biggest in France, make two mniacines.in the Clement and the Gladiator.-' Half of the Australian team of six riders will ride each make. F. H, Grubb, one of the finest road riders 'in England, is also riding in the big road races this year for one of the French houses, and will make the fortnecoming events of more interest. Kirkham states that none of the team will compete in the 6 days' races, but will- turn their attention towards the road. They are fortunate in having as ateam mate, Passeria, a road rider who has: a second in the nig Tour de Franre R-ace to hie credit, 'and also won the Paria-Roubaix Event. Ite speaks Eng lish;esoe is invaluable to the Australi...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET.. Yesterd;a i8quotations" of A?arat stocks were as under:- S(athcart--Biyers,'3/3; sellers, 4/. Do. (jiaid)--Buyers, 3/3'; sellers 3/9.' Catheart Central-Buyers 28/3 ; sel lers, 29/. Cathcart tVictory-Buyers, .1/3; ':sel lers, 1/9. Great Langi Logan-Buyers, 2/7; sellers, 2/8; sales, 2/8. Langi. Logan North-Buyers,.4/3; sellers, 4/8. . Langi Logan South-Sellers, 13/6. Do., (paid).-ellers, 13/6. New Laugi Logan=-Buyers, 29/; soel lers, 29/9.:. Do. ,.(paid)-Buyers, 30/9.; sellers, 31/6; sales, 30/,~31/. Upper. Langi Logan-Buyers, 104 ; sellers, 1/. Do. (paid)-Buyers, 2/6. Langi Logan Central-Buyers, 2/3; sellers, 2/9....,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
IDAVI B, MURRIS Is now making GREAT REDUCTIONS In Millinery, Costumes, Blouses;,: &c. In order to make room for New Season's Goods. THIS 38 AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE FIRST CLASS 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. You're Losing Money Evory Lay That you put off coming to our Sale. We've marked our ordinary prices down to such remarkable figures that everything you buy' means a- big saving. It is Quite Impossible To form a good idea of our splendid values now on oft'"unlrss you come'and see our Bargains. Below we are quoting a few of these, but they cannot give you an adequate idea of the real value of our offerings. Ladies' One Piece ROBES, neatly Piped, 2/11. Ladies' Crepe ROBES, trimmed contrast shades, 4/6. White Mauslin ROBES, trimmed Embroidery, 5/...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
Eotsbi~ihOd Ovor Bos1f a First Issue-lst Aug., 1857. dubIee-t-lstAug. 1907'. BUSINESS. DIRECTORY. DVERTISER GENERA~ P'RINTING OFFICE, Ligar·street, Arafat. Mr THEO. G. GRANIO, Barrister at.Law, Has Removed his Office to directly OPPOSITE THF BANK. OE N]EW SOUTH WALES A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Western Auntralia for taking affidavits in Victoria. MR H. E. WE B B, Solicitor, &e., Opposite the Court .House;- ? Comminsionel of Victoria. Trust Money to Land. STEWART IW.- IRWIN, LE?.? BARRISTER AND BOLICITOd. COMMERCIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS BABYLY STREET ARARAT. honeys to lend of Freehold and Leass hold Securities. [A CARD.] MR H, c. CARSTAIRS, 8OLIOITOB, &c, Who has purchased the Practice of: MR ADRIAN AK?URST,'L BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Barkly Street, Ararat, UNTIL lately conducting the prac tice of Mr F. H. Eeles,-ie-con tinuing to reside and Practice at-Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately occupied by Mr H. Dodd. Visits Willaura let and 3rd Friday. ;ARC...
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. STAWELL ATHLETIC CLUB'S CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. STAWELL ATHLETIC CLUB'S CAR. NIVAL. Excellent entries have been received for the Stawell Athletic Club's Easter carnival, embracing the cream of talent in the pedestrian world. For -some ecars past the entries for te long dis. tance events have from year to year shown considerable increase in numbers, but this year the figures show a turn of the tide, the shorter distance events exhibiting a considerable increase. rhis year's pedestrian events show a total of 435 entries, as against 388 last year, and it is likely a few entries will vet be received from far away Queens. land, Western Australia and New Zea. land. The following table gives the entries for this and last year : 1913 1914 Easter Gift ............ 63 79 Grampians Stakes ...... 31 23 Stawell Handicap ...... 37 34 Federation Handicap .... 40 33 itewarde' Purse ...... 44 54 Pleasant Creek Handicap .. 33 47 130 Yards Hlurdles ...... 25 20 Sprint Handicap ........ 47 58 440 Yards Hurdles ...... 16 24 Enc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
Why Sfer the Tortias of INDiGESTION BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHES, CONSTIPATION. Why shoald you? Indigcstion, bilious- tocc plete the work of restoring your ness, headaches, constipation, can be W H N1 lost strength. Give the remedy a fair removed and their return prevented, by chat e, persevere with it, take the doses Mother Seigel's Syrup. This has been regu' rly after your meals, and you will proved time and time again by people soon begin to feel.better. One by one who have suffered as you. doubtless enough, are now the distressing sy :ptons of stomach and lirer tiruble ti fferirg. 2,tother Seigcl's Sy-rup is. v:orll-famous as a herbal tonic, which itl thte l:st 9rty i .ears hlas stood will disappear. A::d whent you are fully restored in tensof 'thousands of p':iie in rood 1stead. Iif yo health, there will e no more pains after cating, no happen to be riut down at the end of the winter, or at more headaches, 1 ..iou- attacks, flatulencc, constip-. any time, see that you get suflti:ieni...
FIRE BRIGADES' DEMONSTRATION. CONTINUED SUCCESS OF THE ARARAT BRIGADE. WIN THE REPRESENTATIVE FOURS IN RECORD TIME. SECOND IN HOSE EIGHTS AND THIRD IN HOSE AND LADDER. THIRD IN GRAND AGGREGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
FIRE BRIGADES' DsEMONSTEA TION. CONTINUED SUCCESS OF THE ARARAT BRIGADE. WIN THE REPRESENTATIVE FOURS IN RECORD TIME. SECOND IN HOSE EIGHTS AND THIRD IN HOSE AND LADDER. TIIIRD IN GRAND AGGREGATE. In our last issue we announced that the Ararat Fire Brigade representatives attending the annual demonstration at Be~digo, had succeeded in running into second place in the Champion Hose Eights, Long Gully being first, and Stawell (not Eaglehawk, as stated), third. On Thursday, Ararat were also suc cessful in the Hose and Ladder Prac tice for Eight Men. They ran into third place, 24 1-5; Englehawk, 23 soc., being first, and Ballarat, 23 2-5 see., third. In the One Man Champion (Disabled Hose Event), Ararat missed. In the Reel Race for Two Men, Ara rat were again unsuccessful. Their time was 14 1-5 sees. This was won by Bendigo in 13 3-5 sees. Arara, ran well up in the Hose Prac tice for Six Men, but were unplaced. In the first round they accounted for Rochester in 36 2-5 see., and in the s...
DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
DYSPEPTICS- NEED NOT DIET. A. SIMPLE- MEANS OF PREVENT ING FOOD FERMENTATION. Food -fermentation is the cause of all the discomfort and pain 'dyspeptics suffer. "It'does not necessarilyfollow, however, that in'order to obtain re lief they must deny themselves the en joyment they- derive from eating so called indigestible luxuries. The most satisfactory method of overcoming the difficulty' would be to prevent the fer mentation from occurring at all, and this can be done by a very simple meana. It must first be explained that most of the foods we cat contain a certain quantity of acid:forming cle ments, and indigestible foods, of course contain a larger proportion. "When these foods are eaten, the acid collects, irritates the walls of the stomach, and causes the food to ferment while it is digesting. This fermenting food also gives off' gas which diatends the sto mach,. causing that full, unoomfortable feeling so often noticed after eating. The root of the trouble is the acid fermenta...
DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL CON- : FERENCR. .Arrangements for the forthcoming District Educational Conference, to be held at the Town Hall next Saturday, 21st inst., are now practically com* pleted. '? Responses already received, by the thon.. secretary. to .the committee's invitation to be present and take part in the proceedings, go to show that the conference will be representative of all sections of the community. Delegates will attend from all parts of the dis trict, invitations having'been'accepted from~places as far. di'stant as Dunkeld in th?e souitliAmphitheatre in tie northb and Pomonal in the north west. ::.The Director of Education, Mr Frank Tate, 'M.A., I.S.O., will be present, and a very strong effort will -be made by all classes to inipresi'him with the im portance of the Ararat district and its edudational requirements: Amongst the most important'topics set down-for consideration are : - (1) Compulsory evening- continuation 'classes. (2) Manual training and trade classes. (...
The Evil that Men Do. Publishe by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co.CHAPTER XXVII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
he Evil Ihat Men va, BY M. P. SHIEL, luthor of "The Rajah's Sapphire,p "Prince Zaieski," etc. i Published by special arrangemefl 1 with Ward, Lock and Co. FAil Rights Rsservea.. CHAPTER XXVIII. (Continued.) His feeling toward Hartwell at this 'ate was entirely differerit from what t. had been toward the real Drayton. - le had disdained and also disliked )ravton with a certain distinguished weariness; but he respected and truly lated Hartwell. This new feeling was .nore complex and far more heartfelt t:an the old. In real hatred-though lie statement may seem strange here is much of love;: for hatred and '?ue are different forms of the same ltckness or infection, and are so near ,kin that the hand that is raised to ,trike sometimes falls with a caress. iho fact. about Oswald was,that he lad been caught in the draught of Hartwell's stronger nature, as a boat s sucked into the wake of a ship: eis was compelled to feel deeply In uomo way toward Hartwell, to love or o hate, and he hated; ...
BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
BOHEMIAN DRAIATICO 00M PANY. We would call .the attention of our readers to an advertisement in our columns announcing the re-appearance in Ararat, after an absence of four years, of the well known and popular Bohemian Dramatic Company, for a short season, commencing on Tuesday night, the 17th inst., when they will produce for the first time in Ararat, the sensational, romantic and patriotic Irish drama, "Irish Pluck," a drama that appeals to all sections of the com munity, whatever their nationality may be. it is a play replete with sensation. al incidents, and exciting situations, with a tender love story running through it, and abounds in good whole. some comedy of a moat mirth-provokis description. - Mr W. II. Ayr, who, apart from his high-class ability aIs a actor, may be remembered as the pos sessor of a flue tenor voice, will, dur. ing the action of the pl:ay, Fin, several popular Irish melodies incidental to the drama. A change of programme will occur each evening duringamm ...
ARARAT CHARITIES CARNIVAL. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
ARAEAT CHARITIES CARNIVAL. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. A meeting.of the committee working in.the 'interests of the carnival to.be held on Wednesday next in aid of the charities of Ararat, took place last night at the Mechanics' Institute. The Mayor (Cr G. Burn) presided, :and there was' a fair attendance. 'COLLECTING; Correspondence was received with ionations as under:--Stawell' Butter Factory, £1/1; also will supply free of cost any'ice required; Brooks, M' Clas: ham and M'HIarg, 10/6; Kitchen and Sons, goods; R. Harper and Co., goods; J. F. M'Kenzie and Co., £1/1i Peter son'aind Co., £1/i;' L. Walker, 10/.. The Mayor stated'that Mr Webb and himself had completed collecting`'on the north side of Barkly street, and had got the sum of £9/14/6, which in eluded £2/2 from" Mr 1; H.. Pang. The secretary ieported having com. pleted High, Moore and Barkly street east, and had visited Mr Cronin's sale. CORRESPONDENCE. From R. Taylor, Ballarat,. stating that the motor boat would reach Ararat ...
THE ARARAT LEADS. BORING THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 14 March 1914
THE ARARAT L"EADS. BORING THE FIELD. Representatives of the Langi Logan Central, North and South Langi logan! Companies.on Wednesday waited upon the Minister of Mines, 'Mr. Drysdale Brown, as briefly reported in our-last issue. Mr Touteher, M.L.A., intrduc ed the deputation, which was' accom panied by Sir Alex. Peacock; The de putation applied for 'State :assistance towards: the cost of, boring in' the -Ara rat field, so that they' should further locate the leads there. .The companies. had spent £3000 ini lBoring, withouit State assistance; and they considered their request was reasonable. Mr-Brown said that Mr Herni;?; DI rector of Geological Survey, had been on the Ararat goldfield. He had de vised a .systemn of national boring, which he (the- Minister) had approved. He would consult Mr Hernian, and com municate with; the= deputation- later. The Minister'said that a great deal of boring had :beeni done' by the Govern ment, but there had not been an'exact system of prospecting :"bo...