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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
EGERTON... FOOTBALL CLUB. Concert & Ball Mechanics' Hall, Egerton IMIcri cLs/jr — CTTJins — S. ...LOCAI. & MKI.IiOI.TRNH TAf.iiXT. ...COXC E RT—'TIC K IiT— 1 s... J. Hoi".vaou, Hon Sec. S JohnF.Gouldingi (Late RYAN, GOULDiNGSCO.,)1 Grain and Prtdutt j remmwji'oM Ac+ntt. } And Geutral Broktrt. S46-552 Collins Street West (Near King St.) FARMERS ! B-lore sellina jenr Grfin, U»t, Pct&lr.f?, (lQicni, eenutt or write u*. It will p*r TOO. CONSIGNMENT? rfefiV-j and ntd dailj ei It ail or Wharves. 8TORAGK arrirc.i! »n m-n! Urmi, an* ADVANCE MAnE. PROMPT ACCOUNT SAI.E5. Htw an&lt;l sieorH bind bag» for tilt *1 lewtsl r&tet. VTbsn in the CITY call in—sherl diitanci ; ftcm Sp«r.c«r Strait Railway Station. M O N E Y "\rE^RS OUTHPERT, MORROW, and i*A MUST, eclicitors. Sallarat, have mcDPT to l?od upon freehold se?uri«i«s upon mor* faTfrab!e t«rrai than car be abteine^ frooj tb« 5ariaK3 Bank. I. AND J. ROFF ...Tailors and Outfitters,... ...Opposite Post Off...
...Home Rule Question... [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
...Home Rule Question... Writing from Cashel, Co. Tip perary, iielauii, to the "Gordon Advertiser (dated 22/-1/U) a young Irish girl says :— "We are hav ing a terrible time here now owing to Home Rule—nothing but volun teers drillingevery where. We must all fight; I suppose. It seems a pity that Ireland couldn't be united. I should lil:e to have a quiet talk with Carson, he is accountable for a lot." Printed and Published by tlie Pro prietor, P. F. Sui.i.ivan, at Egerton and Gordon, Victoria.;
...Missing from Home... [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
...Missing from Home... | On Tuesday morning word was received from Ballan that Mr T. Sloan, who is about 70 years of age, had failed to reach his home on the previous evening; He was at a neighbor's place at 7.30, and left at that hour with the intention of going home. He residence is only a short j distance away on the Daylesford road, but he appears to have mys teriously disappeared. Const. Wep pner organised search parties and a large body of men turned out. The surrounding district was searched, but no trace of the missing man has j been discovered. It is thought that | this is a case of lapse of memory, | and as the weather is bitterly cold it is feared thattheold man will perish if he lias wandered into the forest country. [Later] Mr Sloan, for whom a search was made 011 Tuesday, was discovered at Myrniong the same evening. Messrs Fanning and Hanrahan were motoring from Mel t bourne, and on reaching Ballan were made acquainted with the facts. /JShey at once, from the descript...
...District News... BOLWARRAH. Bolwarrah, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
...District News... BOIAV AHUAU. From our Correspondent. BoIwhitrIi, Mhv *28. There is to be a change in the Bolwarrah hotels. Mr Thos. Wal ker has relinquished the licence of Walkers' Hotel, and will take up the business at the Fern Tree Hotel. The presentlicensee, Mr \V. Walker, is leaving for Macedon. The new dam is still being added to. There are only about 20 men at work. I am iuformed that it is not intended to put on many men until ' about October next. | It is regretted that the late crops of potatoes are not turning out any ' better thau the early ones. At a sale here lately there was not a bid for a crop of 15 acres.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
JjOCAL LAND BOARD* SCHEDULE of APPLICATION?, it=., to j bi deail Ti'.b at this c£D;s oa Than:!*/, j 4tb|Juni, 1911, at 10 o'elccfc j Pa:ish > i Clar«n.lon—Stephen Abbott, alfctrr.er.t 9, section 1? acr««. CHAS. J. JOY. Land OSter. Di«tri:t?,*Liais 0£:», Ballaaral, 22nd May, lyU. Shire of Bungaree. A PPLICATIOXSui!! be received up till 1J noon on June 1st. 1" 14, from persons willing ami com- j pc-tent to undertake the duties ot ! Treasurer to this shire at an annual j lenniiieratioirof £12 10s. Paiticu l.irs of duties on application to JrucsS. Lazari'S. Shire Secretary. Shire Hall, Leigh Creek, 16/5/14. Shire of Ballan. To the Ratepayers of the West- iiidiug. Ladies and Gknti.kmkn",— Kindly accept uiy best thanks for the honor you have conferred j upon me by returning me unopposed as one of your representatives at j the Couucil tjble. I trust that my j j efforts oti behalf of the riding in I I particular, and the Shire generally, I j will be acceptable to you and merit a continua...
...Home Rule Rejoicings... [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
...Home Rule Rejoicings... There are many people at Gordon who are in sympathy with the ques tion of Home Rule for Ireland. When the news of the passing of the Home Rule bill was made known here on Wednesday through the medium of the "Courier," Mr John Mailer, a patriotic sou of the land of peat and bog, hoisted a green flag bearing the words, "Caed Mille Failthe," over his place of business in the maiu street
Football. GORDON V. LEIGH CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
Football. GORDON V. LEIGH CREEK.! The returiTniatch between Leigh Creek and Gordon was played at Leigh Creek on Saturday afternoon, and a well-contested game resulted in a win for Leigh Creek by 13 points. The scores were—Leigh Creek, 4 goals 9 bhds ; Gordon, 3 goals 2 bhds. The visitors were en tertained after the match at Bob Niekol's Leigh Creek Hotel, where both teams spent a very enjoyable evening. C. Dicker umpired satis factorily. Goal-kickersfor winners were M. Walsh, J. O'Malley. P. Ryan, A. Turner; and for the losers : Carrol and Atkinson. I The" Hgerton Club play Leigh Creek on Saturday—au association ; match.
ECERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
ECERTON". Empire Day w»ia celebrated ftt ( Egertuu on Friday. . After tlie! 9ng find been hoisted and sainted ; by tlio children, patriotic song*| were sung and addresses given by the head teacher (Mr Cole) and Mr Weir. Lollies were then distributed ! uraon£ the children, and tha head j teacher announced thatthere would j bo iv holiday in the afteruoou. >
...Old Landmark Razed... [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
...Old Landmark Razed... On* of Ballan'a old landmark® his bean demolished. It was known a« tha "old ballroom" at M'Coppio's Commercial hotel. This wu erected a bo at 1859 bj a Mr SwiqdoII, nho in tended to ate the plica aa & grain atore. Id the early dayspablio daucei ware held in the ballroom. The tim ber jd tbw building is soand and of good qoalitj, and is non beiog need to erect commodious stabling for the Commercial hotel.
...Personal... [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
...Personal.:. Mrs M. E. Greene, for many | years licensee of the Royal High-1 lander hotel, Ballarat, has retired from business. On Monday, Mrs Greene, who is well-known in this district, proceeded to Melbourne i with her family, where she intends to reside. A pleasant hour was spent at the , residence of Mrs Evans, Doveton : street, Ballarat, by the officers of the A.W.A. on Wednesday evening, when they assembled to entertain Miss Stevens, a member of the com mittee and an ex-president of the branch, prior to her marriage. Har ; nionv was contributed by Misses ! Woolcock, Phillip, Harvey, and re ; citations by Miss Stevens. Miss i Stevens, who was presented with a beautiful picture, thankedtheofScers for their gift. After refreshments had been handed round, a very : pleasant evening was brought to a close by the singing of "Auld Lang Svne." Miss Stevens is a daughter • of Mr Jack Stevens, cab proprietor, ! Ballarat, and a neice of Mrs W. i j Stevens, of Egertou. j
Decentralisation—A Menace. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
Decentralisation—A Menace. In the matter of decentralisation, there baa been much talk that tray lately. The following, coming from Wangaratta, illustrates what a pooc •how any provincial town has to «om pete with the metropolis :—The Wan garatta foundry, which has been car ried on by Ruwolt Ptv. Ltd. for over 10 rears, has been closed. Owing to the high freight charged for convey ance of material to Wangaratta and on manufactured articles when being returned to Melbourne, the company deemed it advisable to establish works in the cut. Gradually workmen hava been removed from Wangaratta and the works were closed last week. When the foundry was in full swing, as many as SO bands were employed and the fortnightly pay sheet totalled olosa on £500.
Law for the Rich: Law for the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 29 May 1914
Law for the Rich : Law for the Poor. Giving 6ve men summoned for bet* ting at a village rabbit coursing meet* ing the benefit of the doubt, Atr T, Mitchell, chairman of tbn Bingley (Yorka) magisiralea, said I—"For man/ years I have felt thatgamblingis genorally favored for the upporolasees* There is a law for the rich and a law for the poor for gambling. 1 should feel it inconsistent on my part to fin® you for what I have done myself several times in exactly similar cir cumstances, with this exoeption ; you make h bet in the presence of police* men who are disguised —1 goto the Waterloo Cup with friends, where thousands of pounds exohange hands in the presence of policemen in full uniform;