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The Ararat Advertiser THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
--i THURSDAY, .MARCH 19, 1914. Senior-constable Tucker, of.the Ara-! rat police station, will enter upon his! annual holidays to-day. Mr.. Wilkinson, dentist "of Ararat will visit Elmhurst on Wednesday, 25th Marchb from 1 to,4.30 p.m. Senator Barnes (Labor) will address a meeting at the Mechanics'. Hall, Ara rat, to-morrow. evening at half-past eight o'clock. . - It is the intention of the Mayor to entertain the members. of the Ararat Fire Brigade: at the 'Council Chambers, Town Hall,-this evening, in connection with their meritorious performances at the-Bendigo demonstration held last' week. - On Tuesday last the booths in connec tion with the Stawell Easter Carnival were submitted to auction,, and were purchased by Mr R. Taylor, of the Lake View Hotel, Ballarat, for £196. The same privileges the previous 'year brought £210. Several prominent members of- the Ararat branch of the Political Labor Council -journeyed to Ballarat 'yester day afternoon to hear the address de livered ther...
BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC COMPAiY. After an absence of four years the Bohemian Dramatic Company returned to Ararat at the beginning of the week for an extended season. The company tour under novel conditions, producing their pieces under canvas. A fine large canvas theatre has been erected on the Town Hall reserve, and on the opening night, Tuesday, this was denle. ly crowded by an appreciative audi ence, whose welcome to the company was of a very generous character. "The Ranchman's Daughter," the piece selected for the opening night, is a story of life in the Far West, and it abounds in thrilling incidents of a most varied character, from a brawl in a saloon to an attack by Indians, the burning of a ranch, the capturo of the household and their subsequont rescue. A pretty love story runs through the piece, and it ends in the customary hap py manner, whilst a negro provides a good deal of comedy element as a set off to the many direful acts presented. The part of Bill Dawson, the ranch man,...
MOYSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
MOYSTON PREBBYTERIAN CHURCH. A very successful and interesting concert was given in the Moyston Hall on Friday evening, 13th March, to celebrate the anniversary of the church, and also to welcome Mr J. M. Taylor, who has recently been appointed to the Moyston Mission Charge. Representa tives were present from Barton, Rhym. ney and Rocky. Point, and a large ga thering filled the new hall. A happy ,spirit pervaded the whole entertain ment. An excellent programme was arranged by the Misses Thomas and Swan, which was heartily enjoyed by all present. It consisted of solos by Miss Gladys Miller, Mrs Smith, Miss Thelma Herbertson, Miss Coad, Mr R. Anderson, Mr J. M. Taylor and Miss Tonkins (Adelaide); recitations by Miss Annie M' Lean, AMr E. V. Coates and Mr Smith; duet, Misses Thomas and Swan; trio, Misses Tho mas, Swan and B. M'Donald; Company song, Misses Thomas, Swan, M'Donald, Wensley, Bellamy and Coad. The programme was opened by pianoforte overture by Misses Thomas and Brooks. Duri...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. BORING OPERATIONS ON ARARAT FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE. BORING OPERATIONo ON ARAIAT FIELD. In our last issue there was published an interesting article in connection with the efforts the Mines Department are:putting forward to prove the Ara rat field by having five drills in oper ation. Concerning this matter it might be mentioned that recently Mr Toutcher, M.L.A., introduced a depu tation to the Minister for Mines from two of the companies at present oper ating on the field, in regard to a re quest for certain boring. Mr Brown then promised to make inquiries from his chief officer, Mr Herman, who was then absent, and reply by letter. This he has done, and also at the same time informed Mr Toutcher that between the 15th November, 1912, and the pre 'sent date, the sum of £1890 had been paid in assisting companies in the Ara rat field to bore. For a number of years past now Mr Toutcher has strong ly advocated the need for a policy of national development in regard to a thorough boring of the rich Langi Lo gan alluvial ...
A WORKER'S FESTERED HAND. NO BETTER AFTER OPERATION. OBSTINATE SORE YIELDS TO ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
A WORKER'S FESTERED HAND. NO BETTER AFTER OPERATION. OBSTINATE SORE YIELDS TO ZAM-BUK. Mr M. Truecott, of 92 Wittenoon St., Boulder, W.A., suffered severely from a nasty ? stering sore which spread all over the back of his hand. Until lie came to use Zam-Buk the hand showed no sign of hdaling. "My husband," said .Mrs Trueeott, "one day knocked the back of his hand and got a small wound. Thinking the injury was. buit a'trifling one, he took no notice of it, with the result that, within a day or two it broke out into a nasty running sore. This gradu ally began to spread all over the back of the hand and it became extremely inflamed and painful. "In spite of the many'different pre parations which we used the inflamma tion appeared to get worse every day, an.' the sore never showed any sign of healing. A doctor was consulted, but as the ointment prescribed was used without effect, he decided to operate on the hand, and scraped it. But this also proved ineffective. The nasty sore was as ...
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
CABLEGRAMS. B TEB'S 8PECBOIALB. GENERAL. It is believed that .the Chinese ban dits, the White Wolves, have retreated northwards into the mountains of Hu peh and Honan, During the sacking of Lohokon 1500 inhabitants r::: kill ed, and about 4000 wounded. Hide ous tortures were inflicted upon the people. Every female was ravished. Property valued-at £1,000,000 was loot ed' A few houses were 'burned by ban dits. After a period of quietude, England is once more threatened with a railway strike. Recently a man named Fair weather, employed as a railway police man by the Great Eastern Company, was dismissed because he had attended a trades union meeting. Fairweather asserts that he deliberately sought to maintain his rights of citizenship. A meeting of the Great Eastern railway men has now been held, at which a re solution was adopted to issue strike no tices. on Monday unless Fairweather is reinstated. During mass in the Dominican Church in the Moabit quarter, over 100 Poles, insisting on ...
NEW LANGI AND LANGI NORTH COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
NEW LANGI AND, LANGI. NORTH COMPANIES. Mr Hoist, of Ballarat, in his monthly guide, writes as follows in reference to the New Langi Logan and Langi Logan North mines : New Langi Logan.-Now that the drives are opening up. wash, the two rluestions asked are, what is the value of the dirt, and when will it be suffi ciently drained for panelling ? Until the puddler answers the first, the man ager's estimate, 2 to 3 ozs per fathom. must be accepted, and the opinion of those who know Mr Toole best is that he is not over-estimating values.' The second query is being answered by the rapid manner in which the -pressure has eased off the bores during the last few weeks, and when No. 2 rise (situ ated 350 feet west of No. 1) is into wash in two or three weeks' time, a drive will be put out east to connect with a west drive from No. 1 rise. This will be a good drainage channel, as it is going across the gutter. In a very short time a start will be made to put up No. 3 rise just off the south ma...
THAT ELECTION DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
TIAT ELECTION DATE..' It is amusing to notice.the airy man. ner in which certain people settle de finitely the date of the next Federa' election. One Liberal member dowr in the Western District fixed' it tlh ot,,er evening for August or Septem bhr. while on the same night the Prim, fMinister, by inference, put the waitinp interval at 10 months, which woul. bring us on to January. A moment'e consideration will show .anyone then nothing definite can be said on the mat ter. Last session's experieiice shows how. even with the use of the gag which it must be remembered will no: he so easily applicable this session, thr ReprrFentatives can waste weeks ane months over a measure.'-. When the bill. refusal to which will give thl chncre of a double dissolution, reach the Senate, the possibilitier of tinir wMsting are infinite. The Governor General cannot act so long as the mea sures are before the House, and if th". nlline partyjn the Senate so decides. the Senate session can be strung oun un...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. Yesterday's quotations of Ararat stocks were as follows: Catheart-Buyers, 2/7; sellers, 3/3. Cathcart Central-Buyers, 27/9; sel lers, 29/. Great Langi Logan-Buyers, 2/4. Langi Logan South-Sellers, 12/9. Langi Logan Central-Buyers, 2/1; sellers, 2/6. New .Langi Logan-Buyers, 29/6; sellers, 30/ ; sales, 29/3. Do. (paid) Buyers, 30/6. Upper Langi Logan-Buyers, 9d; sel lers, 10d; sales, 10d. Do. (paid) Buyers, 2/6. Cathcart Victory-Buyers, 1/3. Langi Logan North-Buyers, 3/10; sellers, 4/2.
TERRIBLE WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
TERRIBLE WASTE. Fourteen hundred gallons of beer was poured down the Queenstown. Tas mania, gutters last week. The con signnment had deteriorated beyond thr appreciative tastes of the connoisseure but mniny shook their heads at tih saddening waste, while temperance a. vrontrs showed keenly gleeful satisfacs tion. The brewery agent and excise representative snuppered the liquor.o which strongly scented the hot air of the warm day, and sadness spread over the landscape. Under the cireum stances one is not surprised to learn that the traditional air of gloom has settled down on Queenstown: solidly and heavily like a pall.
F. E. STRANGWARD, Sharebroker, Member Stock Exchange, of Melbourne, [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
r. E. STRANGWARD, Sharebroker, Member Stock Exchange, of Melbourne, 331 Collins Street, Melbourne. (Tel. 8226.) Private telephone, Windsor, No. 2879. GEORGE GOSSIP, Agent.
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. A BAD AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
OTU MELBOURNE LETTER, A BAD AMBITION. The United States. boast has always been that it owned the biggest things .o earth, and the ambition of the citi. zens of that great country has been to figure in superlatives in every depart ment of life. In many ways this love of the limelight has become a charac teristic of New South Wales. It would, perhaps, be unkind to suggest that :he residents of the Mother State suffer from swelled heads, but it must he admitted that all the symptoms of that distressing complaint have been noticeable for a long time. Possession of the Federal capital, ownership of the beautiful harbor, moat strikes, coal strikes, wharf laborers' strikes, small. pnx outbreaks and numerous other little things of that kind, have all combined to give New South -Wales a claim to notoriety, if not distinction, that its people have thoroughly enjoyed. Even in such a small matter as the Speaker ship, New South Wales has put up a record with Mr Henry Willis that it seems determi...
The Evil that Men Do, Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXX. IN THE WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
rhe Evil that Men Do, BY M. P. SHIEL, b Luthor of "The. Rajah's Sapphire," r "Prince: Zaleski," etc. Published by special arrangem?aan -with Ward, Lock and Co. a IAll.Rights Reoerved.1 CHAPTER XXX. IN THE WELL. Hartwell searched for an hour, till ii lear nine, but could not find Martha. e lie thought that she might have gone, a aot down, but up hill, and up there E night have taken shelter from the rain b n the Gissings' cottage or in Steve An- I lerson's; but she had not been in e wither of them. He returned to the a Pavilion with a flash in the eye. The t rain had now almost ceased. He went e nto the drawing -r.om; she had not :ome home. He att'edin the middio if the room, thinking it out; and there in intuition of the truth for the first .ime flashed across his mind. Martha's vitality, as has been said, t lid not amount to much: she often t fell asleep, or fainted, at hardly a noment's notice; and Hartwell now thought that she might have sat to read on the well alone, there falle...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
THE BIG STORE Sale Now.On (o)-- - Dress Lengths, 5 yards, 3/il, 5/11. 7/l1. Dress Trimmings, 3d yara. Fancy Muslin and Cambrics, 4/11 doz., were 1/- yard. Special Line Crepes, 7id yard. White Towels, 5;d. large size. Strong Unbleached Sheeting, 1/4u. Unbleached Table Damask. 1/. Ladies' White Costumes, 4/6, 7/6. Boys' Galatea Trousers, 10ld. Boys' Galatea Jumpers, 10td. Boys' Galatea Tunics, 1/6. Galatea Sailor Suits, Ss 6d. Boater Hats, od. ir '_ REMNANTS 1 REMNANTS I - Suits to Measure from 32/6. - 0- I F You 'ieb to save Money, begin the year by, giving your Business to thy Cash Store. You will be surprised at, our Low Price... It is a positive fact and we eanprive it if you give us the opportunity. Now is the best time to do the Saving. Look at our Prices for the month. Cordials of all sorto, 1/. Clear Glass Salad Bowls, /d to O.T. Pu-oeb, 1/8. D 1/9. Tomato .Sauce, 5. Glass Plates, 68d. Daisy S.B. Flour, Gibe 1/. Sugar Basins, Ed to 10? . Fresh Herrings,'5d. Butter Pasins, 10)d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
JAVDIIJ 1 . MU8n BiS Is now making , GREAT REDUCTIONS. In Millinery, Costumes, Blouses, &c. In order to make room for New Season's Goods. THIS 8 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 vory-best, and the prices will be found to be right. AN INSPECTION INVITED.- WHY WALK FRO HO TO SHOP. To Buy Your Groceries when our Rtpresentative will Call at your door and De liver you Clean, Fresh, Wholesome Goods. LET US QUOTE YOU For high Quality Goods. We do not Stock Inferior Goods, and you will find our Prices for the Best are no more than you will Pay elsewhere for Goods of Lower Quality. . Fresh Prunes, 10d lb. Sand Soap, 23d. Tomato Sauce, 5d. O.T. Punch, 1/3. Worcestershire Sauce, 5d. . Flaked Rice, 4jd packet. Jelly Crystals, lld. doz. - Loose Tea, 10d lb. Cordials, all 1/. Fine Oatmeal, 2id per lb. Fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
GOntiriy. First Issue-Itt Aug., 1857. jubilee-Ist Aug., 1907. Circulating In the AgricultL .GlenthompD No. 6022. Registered at BUSINESS DIRECTORY. SDVERTISER OENERA., lPRINIING OFFICE, Ligar-esteet, Arslat. M?r THEO.- G. GRANO, Barrister-at-Law, Llas Removed his Office to directly OPPOSITE THF BANK OE NEW SOUTH WALES A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Western Australia for taking affidavits in Victoria. MR H. E. WEBB, . solicitor; &c., OpidsitS the Court donsb, Commuissionel of. Viotoiia. Trust Money to Lend. STEWART W. IRWIN, L.L.M BARRISTER AND 8OLIOITOR. COUMER?LAL HOTEL BUILDING, BARELY STREET ARARAT. hloneys to lend of Freehold and Lease hold Securities [A CARD.] MR H. C. CARSTAIRS, OLICITOR, '&c., Who has purchased the Practice of MR ADRIAN AKHUEST, L.L.B., BARRISTER AND SOLICITORB, Barkly Street, Ararat, U NTIL lately conducting the prao ticee of Mr F. H. Ecles, is con tinuiug to reside and Practice at Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately occupied...
CHINESE PIRATES. NORWEGIAN VESSEL LOOTED. DISGUISED AS PASSENGERS. HONG KONG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
CHINESE PIRATES. NORWEGIAN VESSEL LOOTED. DISGUISED AS PASSENGERS. HONG KONG, Tuesday. A story of a remarkable raid by pi rates has been related by the crew of the Norwegian steel screw steamer Childar (1735 tons). The ship had 250 Chinese aboard, and when off Mendoza Island 60 men, who were supposed to be peaceful passen gers, suddenly appeared armed with re volvers. They overpowered the Eu ropean crew, anU after having chased the passengers below, battened them down. Attention was then turned to the officers, who were overpowered and bound hand and foot. The second mate, who resisted, was seriously wounded. Upon assuming command of the ves sel, the pirates brought it to Bias Bay, where it was ransacked. The pirates went off with tnree junks containing loot, and including 5000 dollars. The Childar was then brought back to Hong Kong by the officers.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 19 March 1914
CYCLING NOTES. Captain Kelsey and his companions, who last-August left Capetown with the intention of trying to motor through to Cairo, are reported to be financially stranded in Central Africa. The pre. vious advice to hand stated that the party had succeeded in reaching Liv. ingstone. On the way up the driver of the "Argyll" ear had to be invalid. ed home on account of contracting black' water fever, and another driver picked up at Wankie. An appeal is being made in South Africa by the Transvaal Automobile Club for funds to assist tho: sxpedition. Despite the difficulties that have faced Captain Kelsey, another party, driving a Dun. lop shod 16 h.p. Frabrique Automobile Belgique Car, and supported by the Bele gan Government, intends endeavoring to make a trip across Africa from Cape Town to Cairo.. Not many motorists who read in their daily papers of the bloody internecine strife in Mexico connect it in any way Rwith the motoring; yet'there seems to be little doubt that oil is hav...