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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
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FROM OUR EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
FRIOM 'OUR EXCHANGES To'n woman'of her hopes begoil'd A viper trod on. or. on aspic, '" mild. -Fletcher, "Spanish Curate." In' addition to Piastre, Jas. Scobie will also iput into work at once at'lfleming ton Mr 11. O. Casey' English importa lions. Mr. C. L. Andrews. chairman of tho Licences RLednction loard, who is in a private hospital, is makiotg good pro' ress town'arnds' recovery. "Labor pireaches a doctrine which be gins with a snarl ndl ends with a ~mash." saild Mr Watt in addressing a nmeeting of ladies at Ascatvalo on Tuos da.y' In connection w ih its scheme of prt imirovement, thile Melbourne Harbor Trust expectl to reUmoVe 5..000,000 cubic yards of sint from the Bay and the river during this year. :1r F. C. O?hborne, who for the past I0 years has filled the position of mantger of the Nagonmb'io branch eof the Colonial Bank, has received notice of his removal to' Warrnanmboul. The Castlemainc Ilarough Council for many yers conducted thoe affairs of the towan n n shilling r...
GRAIN IN THE WORLDS MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
GRAIN IN TILE WORLDS MAtltKZ S. Not much activity is noticeabhle in wheat markets in England and abroad. and buyer shon little dirire. to operte hoynnd boe cu:nrent requilemente. '[imo p,?ition of nsuppiet in tile principal ex porting countries niike it certain lint an ample quantity will be fnrtlteming daring the nest fw mnths for ther rr quirninents of Waeteru Europe. The AIr gentine crop is snaller than last yeir antid shipments are nlater in stnrting. Th Indinn outlook dcns not nppear very fn rabhe, and shlipments of lndin wheat to NInrnpe this year are eot likely to nh henay. On the other hand, the Ruaiaia crol of 1913 ie i ai record one, aul there is the rmhahilitv of large clip mnenn lemn the Itlink Sea utter thel end af tarch. Thus, witl good sapplies vi view of the aggregate, buye r do inot appear likelyt he pressedl, lnl?sian rything, gaee we with tim next ]iuropean or Anefia wean. lie qtantitv of wheat and iteour Ainoant ior the UinitoI Kingdomiin. as ihtl. I, 1,855,000 q...
NOTES FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
NOTES FOIl TIIU2h AN ON TIIE L,5NIf oThoe teO Dor took a shilrmeot fr000 irho Portland friooo.itg of h "13.000 crrea of ýftrozolt laml0, so ton? or L1141 la b uubr of Iiltll ,whic toloer for exaport purpoo tt which nvoro y~tlah |"r "IYT tUP· . t12,698. rcnrilcd to tho QUueennoald Aeprtmar • fgric ultro rehows, tihat 2)epaortioCO? ti earrt of pIfeIt ppiro durinc 1913 19 tile expurts of 'tat lrh boe b aounted to 659600 roam. ro 101 . O2 enaoe C o ?Ovlney, El 4 c.1res to al to iorth 1arid 20 Adohie. 1 2t Ii 'crlh ' since fit ·III1.V IOl tuos of Victorian butter, valned at I2,0t0118 0 ta c o-. potod for Um oversees markeot. 2 thf totfl fort tuns toaresbi shipl for Cho Unilc iingdiom. 5 , 000 for Sooth Africa and 40 tons for Eootrn add other e.o rtot hlwe o M, tons of hutter prtcd for thle Unitd Klngidom.. ;Thereis a ootineld ,,scarcity of o?eni robtito offerinf g the n fit h our.tetoi soli for curl IOROOII or anlothtier, reediits mail adie, tihe tfftt ellf it smaller vach year, iii fp t...
LIFE SAVING REPORTS BY EXPERTS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
LIFE SAVING REPORTS BY EXPER1TS. ,MELBOURNE, WVednesday. The Chief Secretnry's Departmnent to cently called for report in respect of life itrilng methlons. Mc Friank Ileoaurepaire, expert in lchargeo of wimmilng instrnction ill the Education oepartmeont, elatel that it was of parLemuLnt importance Ulthat hig ger elforks should I menlde to make the eonmltylity tlhorouglll cogniant of swim llillng anlld life ?aving. "le pointed out that the Ministry had already a life-saving orgeniser in hlinmelf. let Mr A. N. Bishop in his report remnmendend the appointmenot of ao otfeial to take over thai work withlol even Cmnoidering what had alrerady been aoenmvliohed.,, Ua (Mr ieauo?pairi) ,could y tlhat tlio worikhad eeell cosuecme.fal under his clirge. Integrd i' tile formation of adult swilmmin anld lifelsaving clhts throulghtnn tile 4.1ate. he tholluft tllia work couli not be carried out by ay pea.ioi or any e?ociely na well ts by his branch of Uio Edlueation lie partmont. The Ir?mchll wa in ...
VICTORIAN AGRICULTURE A VALUABLE PUBLICATION. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
VICTORIAN AGRICULTURE A V.\1,UhL],I 'UBlb.CA'.'tION. I IV?IOtNI, Wtvlnesrldy. t Mr lo Cherryi Profesor of Agri irLtturo at tihe 1lollllroe U icirsoity .is SLlgao'rirn o volules on ll\ultrftlnn ootllem1en The lith t is a teotL-Ink of 0 e prioritpitnc s and methods uldeiorriyng Pollar o nd ogricltutratl itodSoriRo f fOute.trIrnt AusItralta. Itis Of a n must croupootinsi:e charooter, and deol-s - rrhastivrlt with Victorian coonditlon an .a OO hltoc t nit hof arasm of tloe S.Hte'. tIt is dtobly hlltratl. ,d the fiont noation coltalini some o ery informlntivo 1 to ,p shoing thet infall raoner of thin iotion of the Coroniiiwcolt.h, coltorri ru of uaotrtlia iandl the world clinmctic oon, tho conlour.i and irrigation nara,. t the ogricttural nro.t-, and tihe cultirva ~toon ot live otock region. .'T'e glrint adan of tno atprl is that they 'f an- ord a mlolll tt of inforlatioa at a If lance. 't'hn tho gtpllt showaiig tihe fonthllr raall rcrori cre articllarly iraliitle to pmole on the tani, i...
DR SPRING V E. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
9 U srnINo v ,. wiiVTT1I. ihiln's (Citr rink in}L tlp ha hlh nt ni n.rly-. andl It h In R II 3. A wpll ;l 5 ','n lM t n l a ln ?llnrtuille mmncielit ,l, n h ,'llm teami ll nI ; ' of I -'t ni . 20(-47 u, thare Zti 'ccil; bUlnt h 1 111ot I1w gala. k alailý wetv Wiclla(b naank7 0 thcm c a aw?ln by 2. I 'V. Ic rini. F". tSnudelr. Ed . "Whiua 20 mphrins. T. D)unstal.i,. Wilpoll, 'I)t aprina ...... ... ... ... ... ... . ... . 18
FAMINE IN JAPAN POSITION WORSE THAN SUSPECTED. TOKIO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
FAMINE IN JAPAN POSITION WOlRST'. TIIAN sus PlC'I'ITED. TOirO, Wednesday. The officilal have hiddlen the real extent of the famine in t'h province of IKoyhoido aod in the North- lttern prefecturecs, fearing that the facts oray affet tile iCv ernhoneut'a financial standinlg. The peo ,l are to inulred to conditions npprencll 'nt destitntion that they only complain whenlll faced by actnal tnarvationl. 'hio only remedy is claimed ts be tlhe cultivation of rice on .ciontifc principles. Owing to the failure of the prceeut rico crop and the fliherica aitlut .i2,000,000 has been lost.
J. M. BARKER V A. MAGILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
]f. llA1 ! I !! V A. MAOIIAi.L ('it four werr it a good Ijiiiih 11-. nnll Ifttc'tl, 1 f1i but a'Ry~ ul f tolo ('eifrol 1w o put; thrift tol. A1 9 (i I D lnilglbl 2 hu tIto pn tie--l1 all-nt the- 20th ;I.n IJ-7, and Intui tt1 11; bný. rats il· goul ii, the loot eil Bahrkor 6tjl~ r larmcble pillax i Rb1 etb by V. poco. Ititcel(e (cab.), Illight, Bar r ..................l......l . .ý.. Ill2 ter, Adrews. Ilallliw~·ehl, lhpi 1l ,.. I9
GALES IN AMERICA NAVIGATION SUSPENDED. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
GALES IN AMERICA NAVIGATION SUSPEND1ID. NEW. YORK, Tureday. Navigation in beicig held up Ir a fierrce ,ur'-Ww?at indl, which has rix .a . s.w Thoe paxcuger ferrs-boat Suffren collided esteirda witth the j'omylvaada Railway ehmpaey'r car-ferry. There were go0 [waulclgara on the Suft?en t ti thtime, and a terribla panic aesuod. Iroplo rlnshed madlly to'the aiden in the lpt of be in g taken offl' the ?e?sal, and ny falli.n, werera trlalald upon anl bruisd, while scores of women fainted. 'TI'houglh dealau?l, the Sualron wan steer ed l) a Ixrath. Galme aro sweaopcg down the antimr castrn coaunt.
RIVER TRAGEDY VICTIM'S IDENTITY. BUDAPEST, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
RIVER TRAGEDY VICTIM~S IDENTITY. BUDAPEST, Tuesaly. The oorpm of the beauntiful womnn which wao fountd in travelling hanket on the bank of the rivr haon been identi fied no that of Ul~a Turcnny, ar well known deni-jollndinoe, with a consider hble fortune. 'tiere is evidence that she wsi strangled with a towel whilo .nleep. Three men were seen to drive ip in n motor car to TurercsFntny houe in the s olbnrbs tFriday ecvening, and to leave at a late hour with a Irnskot. At the time of her death tho wonmn waos wearing jewels worth £4000.
CABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S] DEATH-BED APPEAL FULFILLED BY COLLEAGUE. MARRIED ON SICK BED. BUDAPEST, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
UABLEGRAS .LuOTh1 , .U DEATH-BED APPEAL PIULFILLTiD 1OYCOLLAGUUE. •L ILitUM D ON -SICK IED. BUDA"1'IST. l'uesdav. Franucis Koslu,..the diuti, 'isied lntgn.rien ote munii nel and son oI utls Koenth., "The Patriot." hmt oin hhi Hick bed marriedl Count? en iniovrky, widno of an uold celltgue, ount t Alexandier linoitv ekr, who diet in tlh spring of hv;t ycar. lyount lInioveky, beloro he died begged KIxnmntth to marry his widonw. At. Koeuti, who in 73 yet rm of age, re' cently had a eveorne illnena. and niken lhe had apluarontly recovered tim engagement WtLiti ni lll nIte .' When tie fetlaretl a relnpe yestllerday, anDd -wan sie?L ewith tfocation on the heart.telnd i?eaknss, the paIr were tlrrn [.Ifn.ily lloggis° tho fiet wife of M. FraTmnis Kossuth, ted in 1887.]