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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 14 January 1914
THE ARCADE IS TOPSY-TURVY BUT SO ARE FURNITURE PRICES, AND ALTHOUGH SOME LITTLE INCONVENIENCE MAY BE EXPERIENCED BY FURNITURE BUY. ERS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS, THiS WILL BE MORE THAN COMPENSATE'D FOR BY THE BIG SAVINGS TO BE MADE IN ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, LINOLEUMS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, &c., &c. . . ".. WE HAVE STARTED MOVING OUR STOCK INTO THE NEW WAREHOUSE AT CORNER OF STURT AND ARMSTRONG STREETS;, WHICH HAS BEEN ALTERED, EXTENDED, AND REMOD. ELLED,AND IS NOW RIGHT UP.TO:DATE, AND WHEN STOCKED' THROUGHOUT WITH OUR LARGEAND WELL-ASSORTED COLLECTION OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS OF ALL KINDS, WiLL BE ONE OF THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND BEST-ARRANGED FURNISHING WAREHOUSES IN THE. COMMONWEALTH, AND WE CAN PROMISE ALL OUR FRIENDS (PRESENT AND PROSPECTIVE) BETTER ATTENTION THAN EVER, WITH BETTER FACILITIES FOR INSPECTING & HANDLING T::E GOODS, AND WITH IT ALL, THE SAME WELL-KNOWN LOW PRICES WILL RULE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. 'CREAT VALUES JUST NOW AT THE ARCADE; LYDIARD ST...
THE COMMONWEALTH SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 14 January 1914
TI I, COMLMONWEAULTa SCHE3OF. " Alo?,i t)o y-ra o a's tho Coummioralth Guov. rlmient tecided: to enlist Ic ster'ivei of a wirtd? exlert to forlllynte aud CMrny rt L ov hIIIee for tihe pIuOrivsiond 0of tilef& t l olt o-lo? o son'i ito this oOun try. 3L- .1 . l.noGlae aritllie, at nt?-d r ilio-rigineor with Coutilentlll e npori-. ,meo., wa t ob-.on for tilheo wt tioo. ()l.. tl:o.,s oliil ilr?ody ICfeu opinld for thel rm Lion .,f high-poirer htotiono at Sydney tilrl I'reinantlc, under. h'to 'J'nIrfinlroo stoiiw. it rou'id Ib'e:o, hoeaver, tomt if all ,! r!:e ipropoiocd sti-otm ore to Io bu litt-l witll th is or t.o other ?yst- n' of lcih:g. thi. .co:ýrio e qeýt tonlm prnolnbly 1ltl it eicc;ary.ton cmtilnil tho nui xir r , roJ crretol. Mt nfltlllit tiavod tir [it.ttuion l i gliving t1h. Comnmon -nmlti a n aftnr invontod by himsalf. (.r .l 1 t il"t." 1 .11 , a ll. r 11.\ ! «, KoMill %'it andQIl..C.uth Oil'.i h 'i'odt lellt oillt. 'bt;lil'd ptll that thle sy. r lll 6u 'lLy !t 'aiu...
PRAHRAN FIRE ALLEGED LOOTER ARRESTED. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 14 January 1914
PRAHRAN FIRE ALLTEGItD rOOTER ARRESTE]D. ME[LYOITRNE. T?lruday. A man named Robert Balna lI. gad Styears, rmeiding at 3 Kltrkdin o stmra lnat Mnl?rae, wan atrryned to.dny, chargedt with the theft ntgmaln, the nra: Iarty of Merara Treadway and Cn. Ba]. itngall in Rmepaetd to b anea of tha mat. era oa the fire rains at the Colneonn?. ine vn notirad by th pnllcm onaehian amona the ratne, nnd farmadta In haw v l. Icatian oa Iemnnanlran? Rnl name aeryn and nalioe. lIe man awny n man o M hn ras notimCd, bat was eMnighth by the Ta. ,len.
TRIP TO QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 14 January 1914
FlTrI I' QUPI4NfCLWF.. An onnelient ollori~tuoitr in nifurdod by St. I'nul'o Sizienyb 'ech~on euoroiorz to Quorlnnoii on Pridny foe rhildern to hav.o de ~y at the neud uring ihoir nboroul helidayo. St. l'au l's ononanlittee hove nindo nrrrnogezoeet wiithl n Qocenncljlf en teror In noppiy twou ionlo to picickurn Is teh panrk near` thle p~ier, ned~ theo uzen onny Iw ohtaiovd by nl ohiidlrezz. othear thou St. l'znul'n ochdnin by the Ilpymeit of I/ over nod inhoen hhe cicer of thlo ro~il tonIy rar. 'rho jcull lichLo will benevnil. ublo ut St. Pul'e nehoell le-oight, nO 8 ocloeb. 'I'he - ilonov ticelo fawil lInti for oee month, aold odenesiooiuto sony iw tore vria Qononsclilf or Mlolhnolroe. The Ozone will leave Qcreovelilf for Soeoilont nohot mlid-doel. mul palrtinuinro urn nil verttvvol.
ECHUCA. PRIOR O'BYRNE LEAVES FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 14 January 1914
ECHU CA. PRIOR O'BYRNE LEAVES FOR IRELAND &nbsp; Prior O.Byrne of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, left Echuca on Tuesday on a 12 months trip to Ireland &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ECRUCA EAST POL~ICE SiTATION. It is believed that the Chie of17utnnia etoner at Poliec intealda to rinee ito Eahoca Eapt PolieE Station. MIr Paine.· boyg ·no in Echaca 00 Saturday and COUNTRY NEWS ,?lludnr; Ibut hi?r visit hud~tnuthinl tt? de writh. dclurlartmnthd ?tffir*. ~
NOVEL ADVERTISING. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 14 January 1914
NOVEL ADVERTISING &nbsp; MELBOURN "'I have never seen anything like this before"' said Mr T. U. Brent, superin- tendant of mails, when shown the mark on an envelope containing a that a Melbourne citizen received from Canada. The post-mark is inches in length, and half its occupied by the words "Help the kuak Free Reopitel for leCOI Mr Brent, when asked whether the device might be adopted in Aus said that such a post-mark would not cost much more than one of , but he could not see that it would be of particular use except for &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; to the hospital in question. fotnen ennui, net rcnle other eoueteiei, rn,]l it reyninj~ pnIHclet ta proclaim thlehehi of meoe/.
CRESWICK. HOSPITAL'S SMALL OVERDRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 14 January 1914
CR ES WIC K. HOSPITALS SMALL OVERDRAFT. At the meeting of the Hospital Commit tee the president pointed out that the financial statement up to the end of the year was very satisfactory, the overdraft being only .E31t5. They anticipated having at the end of next month a credit balance. The public were responding well to appeals being made through the town and district. He hoped at the end &nbsp; of this year to see the hospital have a good credit.
COLAC. HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
CO LAC. ItOSPITAL ,1UDIC:AL STAIT. Difitculte h,? been experiene?ld cy the Colan ?Mopital Commit|?. in retaining the errie.s of their medical officerrs. 'The average stay of the resident was four months. For the aist three or four months te reommittee hao been unable to ecure one at all. nlld now the house eommittee reportedl it hab no Iopo of procurtong one. It haon been decided to re comlneid the sobsrrieers to again alter the system in the direction of hovingtwo and not otore th.n four Ionorary mnedi cal moi . 'ho would reeire beweeri them .'120, hehtic wa.g regarded tis thO coot of Sresitdent officer. PtyrrATO AND ONION CROPS. The recent hevy ratin will mealt n lot to ttlo Into eotat ole tt naln the onioos. The, nwer beginning to show the effects of ihe dry :eather. hbut the roen has av?dcl most of them ; WOOL ENTRA'INED. ]j)ring the year 1913 the number of alke Of wool tlenpnthehd fnom'the Beene raitway tatiton wane 110. ELECTfILC IAGHT INSTALLA'TION. Colae is to be'lighteed ly...
VOLCANIC ERUPTION TERRRIBLE DISASTER IN JAPAN. HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE. ANCIENT TOWN DISAPPEARS. TOKIO, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
VOLCANIC ERUPTION _._-.@:-.-- TEHIUIIIl1. DISASTIfIL IN JAPAN. I! IFAVY LOSS OF LLf'3f. .NCI.iNT TOWN DISAPPEAI?. TOKIO. :Troryl. 1,'rticulom haro now reached Ionre c iPa'Ke , eruptiru 'Of n tho volano of ,r the. great ootc r r I crf9 ?nraSllma, ??Ltuh ih si lt aled on r n land on tho gulf of Kagoshlma. The first eruption took plwa on Saitur ,la mlotrag. So~ terrifle was thlo f01c dayot ouormtous blocks of ibnng weeo, thro 2700 fedt into Utnlo Ilr, and some of ther wero carrhl as fur ns 20' miles. Stouor' of law poured down upon air e.rrnclml three',. villhags orn thie iclai. Many of n Inhahilalote were kilhlrd. 'T'I rooaindor ltd in bo?t? to thn town of ggotlhinlw, in tle mainland. ?'he larn hod et the island on fire, lod th Ilnnrme a wel over the inalnlhurd. F rr. tIer eruptions oclcurrerl, and carrriri th lava ntnni on to Kragoshian.. rithr Lin rOsrluOneo t hatthe arncienrt r?rw ?glht .ro Its Inhnrblltnnto flrd. bet hnndrrlnl. wore tralppedl, and perished. The fear trickeon refur...
[?]NION NEWSPAPER SUFFERS. MADMEN RULE THE FEDERATION." JOHANNESBURG, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
iON NTIWSI.'A1'Ff SUFWn1S. 1)( RULE: TIM' 1rEDBRA. 'lION." . 8flURO WrdnN1:s avna rn a. N' l" newPpnpor anticipat that ritw to til n Rllerrndecr or a in (nlnS anew oiat inx an n tnrade "LfeO, Hllilo om of ita ,arnpotibors, a non-nn nn allnic ('nrtinoe5 publi. nIlnrit inturrnplion. "llrilY tOnaidf", tiro poition it likely to furn ih aVry strong lie to otlsr `vnployotw to follow S'ail'sa" nimplo. and pracnFndia-o tit i. not jWIu lho eyntnain hr 'an still luinan hit with tiro mand ada, rui tibm Fnniaotinr. ta-da1, anI bttanninrd ino Inl all ndn will ml amto irin." fMail" n larrm in yampatirain tn a n om ranual ato i intn hair own In nad shattering >inlu.d
DISTRIBUTION OF BREAD. [?] FOR POLICE AND SOLDIERS. ACTION BY BAKERS' UNION. JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
DISTIIIBUTION OF ItBR?AD. T 1011 I'OICE AND SOLDOtiRS. ACTION BY BAKCIAs ' UNION. SI IlANE?SillUlR. Tueeuay. kl,:, the prroldeln of Lh. Ilak Union. arnouttn; thatl all breed hulr. Sno?n to-morrow will only he le ' Io'mjtjn a m sgned bylyimcoolI. No will Is, delircrrl to notoberw of the Sfore, or to the police. It is roi I that thor,? ore ahbut 70,000 active tf,, tlhe ?,?rcr form and recerver arms ill t!e T'rnnvnol, Orangce Fre Satnl N·.,oren N?atal. ThhoIne itn t.ty ither torcoo irregularn or ry, nd ?ocerquently are war veto 'Iknty thousand troos aro on t, al Johanneonhurg and along tbe . *cSral thaccndcl orcn aotlnned ct r nld nciilor clisnpoltionoa 'have "ttdea acteer c ntron. Tlhe realain a tmnleh ck in nlcketing and atrmll. .: tonnoanLe of miles of moain 1lilArtf~Olufnc~ Wednonaoy. .h .letr oe 1 the folahero'ýUnion o?lon rv r l ,t supplyl ng brealI to :, rc' ?en.oa anl the police Mr r',,," ° rahl.r of nl'arlianont, who is .',trrdwy 11h1 it would be ie tlo.'rowoococh a prohihiio....
MARTIAL LAW. DRASTIC PROVISIONS. CAPE TOWN. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
MARTIAL" LAW. DRASTIC PROVISION&. CAP.E TOWN. Wedonrdny. * martial law region 'bo been divid. ta ninil arena, anch of whichr i nnder controt of an ofirer, who ho ahbolnte r. Arrests may Ib made without n . nt All romtcisinncei oflicerr hnve [.?wer to comnlandeer and requini cc in the Lim ofl nar. r control ofirer may rmtrict the omint. of any person within lie s publiration in nrnpaperrs or other of faine or alarming reports or in :oIm caicuatedl to promote ill-frel ic nrilhibitd. a well nr intimidation tr and the ioo of opprmhrioun iet.. cinctidn "r'cab" and "hlack Thoi reulantionn nro cr." deotailed. pcirol party now n man ,aoen dcna r theo railway nlt iteorco block. They i.t him. blt 'nicsed. Tho mall, ocho identifial, roc?pe?l.