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UNDER-SECRETARY'S PROPHECY. NO DISOLUTION TILL ACT IS PASSED. AN IRISH ILLUSTRATION. LONDON, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
UNDER-SECRETARY 'S. PROPHEOY. NO DISSOLUTION TILL ACT 18 PASSED.-? AN IRISH ILLUSTRATION"'. LONDON,.Sunday Night. Mr Illingworth, Under Secretary to the Treasury, -in a speech last night, said that there would be no dissolution till 'the' Irish and 'Welsh Home Rule Bills had been carried. Speaking at a conference of the All Ireland' Society,. at Cork,. Mr. W. O'Brien' said tnat the Irish party ac cepted modified Home Rule- and cover ed' itself with infamy. Referring to the- Government,' he 'added 'that' the rotten barque was flying for its, life, and the Hibernian crew was preparing to throw the trembling captain .over board. ' Over 10,000 copies of the Ulster cove-. nant' have been opened for signatuie throughout the United Kingdom. .' lu nm ? emnu
MR DEVLING'S OPINION. BILL SHOULD PASS AS IT IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
MR DEVLIN'S OPINION. BILL SHOULD. PASS AS I'T IS. Mr Devlin has writtep an= article in which he argues that the Careonites iae -irreconcilable. . :He declares that the Home Rule Bill ihould be pgssed as it stands, and that the Government should enforce the law against the aristocrats who are plotting i rebellion. ATTACK ON MR BONAR LAW.. Speaking at Acton last nignt, Mr'Ac land, Under Secretary 'for Foreign .Af fairs; referred to the recent debate in the House of Commons. * He said h'e had never heard speechee more lacking in Statesmanship, sense of responsibility, or feeling of human de cency than those made by Mr Bonar Law. - Mr Acland added that the Govern ment did not intend to agree .to any further modificatioli of the Home Rule Bill. Such a course would; he declared, only lead to further demands. NATIONALIST'S ABSENCE. LONDON, Saturday. : Nineteen• Nationalists were: absent from Thursday's critical division inthe House of Commons:. Several of them went to Ireland with brit lea...
FIRE TRAGEDY. PANIC AMONGST ITALIANS. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
FIRE TRAGEDY. PANIC AMONGST ITALIANS. NEW YORK, Friday. Remarkable scenes took place early to-day during a fire.at an Italian apart ment house in Bridgeport, Connecticut. There were 50 lodgers in the house .when the *e" broke out, and the alarm was followed by a mad panic. A num ber of. police dashed into the biilding, and found the. inmates fighting fiercely to. gain egress from the wrong exits. As the frightened people would not be induced to listen to reason, the police men used their clubs to drive them out, but even these drastic measures failed to save the lives of three people, who were burned to death. Several others were injured.
A NOISY MEETING. CHEERS FOR LADY CARSON. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
A NOISY iMEETOING. CHIEERS FOR1 LADY CARSON. LONDON, Saturday. Mrs Drunmmond's Suffragette .'mnt ilg in Ulster HIall, at Belfast, wa: marked by scenes of great disorder. Anger was aroused when Miss Doo thy Evans, who sat on Sir Edward COs son's doorstep, announced that the BiJf fr:tg',ttes had decided to wage war on Sir Edward . and Lady Carson. rho latter's name was repeatedly cheered. Tlhe speakers were shouted down. The proceedings closed with the ma· jority of those present singing the chorus of the National Anthem.
MORE CALLOUS VANDALISM. LONDON, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
MORE CALLOUS VANDALSM. LONDON, Sunday Night. Another t suffragette outrage has greatly angered the people of Birming ham. The suffragettes, under the im pression that. the judges of the Assize would attend the service at the Birm ingham Cathedral, concealed them selves within the building on Saturday night, and spent the time in defacing and disfiguring the stately edifice. "Votes for Women" aRid "Stop fori blo feeding" were painted over many parts of the galleries and walls, the or .*an front wes emashed in, and even a r'aenifieent Burne-Jones window was similarly disfigured. On the doors was painted "The clergy must rise on our behalf." The pulpit was also deso 'rated by the vandals. Koteioble, the. chief director of the Bombay Bank, which recently suspend ed payment, has been sentenced to three gtbes' fcr be.ol of trust. 7 "Tr -C(% -·;i*
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. HOME RULE.GOVERNMENT'S LAST OFFER. EFFECT OF FIRST SHOT. WOULD STRIKE FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIETY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
CABLEGRAMS. BETTERI'S BPT-A II HOME RULE. SPEECH BY MR CHURCHILL. GOVERNMENT'S LAST OFFER. EFFECT OF F1RST SHOT. WOULD STRIKE FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIETY. LONDON, Sunday. Speaking at Bradford last night, aMr Churchill said the agreement alone would make it worth while to recast the Home Rule Bill. The duty of the ;nionists was clear. If they dislike the Act, they must agitate for a ma jority. If they won they could amend or repeal the law. The Liber als, he said, sought to allay the old ha .reds in Ireland, not to create new. ones. ![e wanted to give them what they wished, not to force upon them what they disliked. M3r Churchill, continuing, said that Mr Asquith's offer on principle was the last offer the Government could. or ,uught to make. If the Tories rejected the offer, it would only be because they preferred shooting to voting. He was certain that the first British soldier or bluejacket killed by the (Orangemen would raise such an explo .ion as the Tories would little appre ciate. ...
SOCIAL NOTES. BAKER—M'MURTRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. BAKER-M'MURTRIE. &nbsp; A very pretty wedding was celebrat- ed on Wednesday at "Dalcairney," Pomonal, when Mr George S. Baker, eldest son of the late Mr G. Baker, of North .Sydney, was married to Miss Maggie C. M'Murtrie, second daughter &nbsp; of Mr and Mrs David M'Murtrie, the Rev. H. C. Matthew, of St awell, officiat- ing. The marriage service was held under the shade of two large trees in the garden, coral fern and flowers be- ing trellised overhead to add to the natural decorations. A large wedding bell was suspended between the two trees, and at the right moment shower- ed confetti on the bride and bride- groom, who then wended their way to the house to the strains of the Wed- ding March, where the wedding break- fast was served, toasts drunk and con- gratulatory speeches made by the Rev. H. Matthews, the bridegroom and Mr Kenneth M'Lennan, of N.S.W., who acted as best man. Miss Teenie M''Murtrie, sister, and Miss Jean M''Murtrie, niece of the bri...
OBITUARY. MRS M. HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
OBITUARY. MRS B . HUGHES. &nbsp; Old residents of this district will learn with regret of the death of Mrs Annie Amelia Hughes, wife of Mr Michael R. Hughes, for many years well known Araratians. For a con- &nbsp; siderable time past the deceased and her husband have been living in Bal- larat, and she passed away on Sunday, after a lengthy illness, which she bore with true Christian fortitude. The remains of the deceased were interred in the New Cemetery, at Ballarat. Staff-Captain O'Brien, of the Salva- tion Army, assisted by Sister Martin, officiating at the grave. The deceas- ed was a resident of Ararat for 37 years. . m ,z m m- ?.-- mm
POMONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 March 1914
POMONAL. (From our own Correspondent.) As the funds of the Pomonal Cricket Club were at a low ebb, it was decided to hold a concert to keep the finances good. This was held in the hall last Friday night, and proved a big success. The hall was crowded, and every item was well received. Supper was then handed round, and after that the hall was cleared for a dance. The follow- ing programme was rendered :—Comic song (encored), Mr H. Allsop; recita- tion, Miss K. Murphy; song, "Just Like Being at Hame," Mr J. Williams; song, "Island of Dreams," Miss Mor- com; recitation (encored), Master J. Culhane; song, "Wattle Blossom," Miss B. Hold; recitation by four school boys, "When I'm a Man," song, "Rory O'Moore," Mr H. Alsop ; trio, &nbsp; "The Plough Boy," Miss H. Warren, Miss J. McMurtrie, and Master R. Bar- ber; song, "Going Home," Mr F. Cul- hane ; song, comic, Mr J. Hines ; reci- tation (encored), Mr M. Murphy; song, "'Swallows,'' Miss Morcom ; recitation, "Mother Hen," four scho...
POSITION IN ULSTER. GOVERNMENT TO SEND TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
POSITION IN ULSTER. GOVERNMENT TO SEND TROOPS. The " Daily Mail'" states that the Government has discussed the question of the disposition of troops in Ulster, and that the Government intends to send troops there before Home Rule is passed. MR CHURCHILL ASSAULTED. LONDON, Tuesday. It has transpired that whed Mr Churchill was leaving Bradford after making his important speech on Home Rule, a man struck him violently in the face, and escaped in the crowd.
MR ASQUITH'S BRIEF REPLIES. CERTAIN POINTS UNDECIDED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
MR ASQUITH'S BRIEF REPLIES. CERTAIN POINTS UNDECIDED. LONDON, Tuesday. Mr Asquith's statement in the House of Commons yesterday consisted of brief replies to the questions held over last week. The Prime Minister said that if the Unionists accepted the broad principles of the compromise proposal, it would then be possible to work out the de tails with something like general co operation. The Government were working out supplementary provisions, but the final determination on some points had not yet been reached. Mr Asquith added that the Govern. ment was still anxious that the offer should be considered on its merits. Lord Robert Cecil asked whether there was a precedent for any Govern. mlent declining to give details of a proposal until it knew whether the Opposition would accept it I Mr Asquith, in reply, said there was no precedent for a Government going so far as the present Government was -going.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
A pure A alcoholic beverage. - GRAND LIBERAL RALLY. TV ILL be held in the Town Hall, V Ararat, on THURSDAY, 26th !March, at 8 p.m. MR J. C. MANI FOLD, M.H.R., the Representative for Cerangamite; will deliver an Address on Present Politics. All Liberal Sup porters and their Friends are invited te attend. The Mayor will preside. LABOR RALLY. Q ENATOR BARNES will address a k Meeting at the Mechanics' Hall, Ararat, TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) EVENING, at 8.30 o'clock. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS. ? GEORGE NEWALL, beg to an a nounce that I am prepared to lo cate water underground by means of the Divining Rod for anyone desiring my services on the principle of no wa ter no pay. Highest credentials. For further particulars,, apply G. Newall, Turf Hotel, Ararat. (Son of the late Sir M~ D. Wyatt, Eng.) AND SON, EYE SPECIALISTS, Of Ballarat, '4 AY be consulted at Mrs Blyth 1.1 man's, Vincent street, Ararat, till further notice. Hours-9.30 am. to 12; 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m...
A SIMPLE CURE FOR INDIGESTION. HOW A READER OBTAINED WONDERFUL AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF FROM AN ORDINARY ANTACID. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
A SIMPLE CUBE FOR INDIGES TION. HOW A READER OBTAINED WON DERFUL AND IMMEDIATE RE LIEF FROM AN ORDINARY ANT. ACID. Sufferers from indigestion will be in terested in a letter written by Mr H. Cuddeford, 60, George street, Euston road. London, who, having suffered terribly-from stomach trouble, quickly cured himself by a simple remedy. Mr Cuddeford writes :-". . . . I have suffered with indigestion and constipa tion for over five years, and it has been getting worse every year. For this last twelve months I have suffered dreadful pain. I have been attending a doctor for three years, but I got no better. I have also been attending Middlesex Hospital, still I got no bet ter. Food I dare not touch; I began to get properly run down: I could not continue my work; I tried remedies of every kind, but of no use; in fact, I often wished myself dead. I was look ing at a paper one day, and I saw bisu rated magnesia recommended for indi gestion and stomach troubles. so I thought I would try it. A...