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AMERICA'S POLICY. "COWARDLY AND CRAVEN." THE POWERS AND MEXICO. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
AM BBICA'8 POLICY. "COWARDLY AND CRAVEN." THE POWERS AND MEXICO. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. The Administration came in for an other severe handling in the Senate to day, when Senator Wesley Jones (Re publican), of Washington State, took up the debate on the vexed question of the Panama Canal tolls. The Senator declared that President Wilson was determined to secure the :epeal of the clause exempting- Ameri .an vessels from payment of the tolls, because he had recently conferred with Sir Lionel Carden, British Minister to Mexico, and an Anglo-American agree ment was reached by which Great Bri tain would assist the United States to maintain the Monroe doctrine, which the Mexican situation had threatened to upset. - The disappearance of the tolls exemp tion provisions, from the Panama Canal Act was the price to be paid by the United States for non-interference by other nations in the affairs of Mexico. Senator Jones considered that such a foreign policy as this was cowardly and craven to t...
HOME RULE. OPPOSITION VOTE OF CENSURE. DEFEATED IN THE COMMONS. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
HOME RULE. OPPOSITION VOTE OF CENSURE. DEFEATED IN THE COMMONS. LONDON, Thursday Night. Mr Bonar Law's motion of censure on .the Government for failing to for mulate amendments on the Home Rule Bill, as promised, was defeated to-day by 342 to 252 votes. - . Later. The Prime Minister had a long in terview witn the- King before going to the House. The Houso' was crowded during the debate, and ihen Mr A. J. Balfour, ex-leader- of the Opposition, who had been hurriedly summoned from Cannes, autered,.he was loudly cheered by the Opposition. Mr Bonar Law said that in view of Mr Churchill's speech at Bradfoid, the situation was now more dangerous than aver. If Mr Asquith would promise :o submit his suggestions to a referen dum of the people, Lord Lonsdale, lead er of the Opposition in the Lords, would raise no objection. If there was to be disorder in Ireland, the' army would obey its leaders, but if it was to be civil war then the army would have the same rights as' other citizens. Mr Asq...
SIZE OF CAPITAL VESSELS. HAS MAXIMUM BEEN REACHED? "BATTLE OF EGGSHELLS." LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
SIZE O' CAPITAL VESSELS. HAS MAXIMUM BEEN REACHED ? "BATTLE OF EGGSHELLS." LONDON, Wednesday. A thought arresting passage in the speech delivered by Mr Winston Churchill during the debate on the na val estimates in the House of Commons yesferday is being discussed by the newspapers and by naval experts. Mr Churchill declared that the true picture of a battle between modern bat tleships was not a light between men in armor striking at each other with heavy swords, but a battle of two egg se.clls striking at each other with ham !mers. Mr Churchill added that this fact must euggest doubts as to whe ther enormous ships of war are not ap proaching their culminating phase. Experts commenting on these obser vations of the First Lord, point out that submarines have almost the range of battleships, while torpedos travel for seven miles at a speed of 29 knots, but, nevertheless, they are doubtful whether it would be safe to reduce the size of the capital ships. u? , l-- .J?
CALENDAR FOR MARCH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
CALENDAR FOR MARCH, 1914. " Sunday .. 1 8 15 22 29 Monday .. 2 9 16 23 309 Tuesday .. 3 10 17 24 31 Wednesday . 4 11 18 25 Thursday .. 5 12 19 26 Friday .. 6 13 20 27 Saturday .. 7 14 21 28 PHASES OF THE MOON. Last Quarter.. .... 19th, at 5.39 a.m. New Moon...... .. 27th, at 4.9 a.m. First Quarter ...... 5th, at 3.3 p.m. Full Moon . 12th, at 2.19 p.m.
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. SEA SUPRBMACY. BRITAIN'S POLICY. FLEET EQUAL TO COMBINATION. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
CABLEGRAMS. BEUTTE B' SPEO3IAL8 SEA SUPBBMAOY. BRITAIN'S POLICY. FLEET EQUAL TO COMBINATION. LONDON, Thursday. In the House of. Commons yesterday Sir Edward Grey, replying to. Mr Samuel's motion in favor of a more adequate Mediterranean Fleet, said it would be important to maintain a fleet equal to that of the combined Powers. England's policy would be to keep a fleet equal to any powerful combina tion. Sir Edward Grey, in conclusion, said that England had received an explicit assurance that Turkey had no intention of engaging in a war of revenge. The "Daily Mail" states it is cer tain that the naval authorities contem plate hiving a total strength of 107,000 by 1920, and that then the reserve force will total 125,000.
The Ararat Advertiser SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
Ez'," . s.. !857F7( SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914. The tender of A. H. Byrne has been accepted, at £249/18/6, for repairs to s the Ararat Court House. The Ararat Art and Technical Class es receive £25 in connection' with the Appropriation Act recently passed by the State Parliament. Captain E. -M'Gibbony, of the Ara rat Fire Brigade, has been appointed a member of the executive of the Coun try Fire Brigades Assoc:ation. The annual Railways picnic talc-s place at Ballarat to-day. Nine trains will be despatched from Melbourne, two from Bendigo, and one each from Ara rat, Camperdown, Dimboola, Hamilton, Horsham, Maryborough and Stawell. Accounts await payment at the Ara rat Sub-treasury for the following: . 'A. Brandt, .J. Dunn, Flattely and •Lewis, J. Hart, A. M. Jackson, J. M'Namara, G. F. Smith, W. Thomson and Co:. Messrs D. Wyatt and Son, of `Billa. rat, the well known eye specialists, will give 'another free and unique de monstration at .the Ararat' Mechanics' Institute on Thursday aft...
WILLAURA NEWS. Friday. ST. PATRICK'S DAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
WILLAURA NEWS. (From .our Correspondent.) . Friday. ST. PATRICK'S DAY. CLUB. The annual picnic sports gatherig t in connection with the St. Patrick's Day Club was held on Wednesday. last at the. local reserve. The affair was well attended, and the whole function, both day andl night, was 'a great suc- o cess. The townspeople took a great interest .in the sports, which were car ried out under the management of an energetic committee. The following are the results of the principal events: -Handicap, 100-yards-T. Cronin, 1; W. Heard, 2; . J. Cullinane, 3. St. Patrick's Day Handicap, 130 yards D. Morison, .15 yds, 1; .. T. Cronin, 6 yds, 2; L.:Manoney, 6 yds, 3. 'Handi cap Sprint, 75 yds - D. Morison, 3 yds, ;1; J. Cullinane, 5 yds, 2; L. Ma honey, 2 yds, 3. Sheaf Tossing, A division-M. Call, 36 feet, 1; B divi sion, J. Cullinuane, 1; Heavy weight liftinig-This resulted in a tie between E. J. Calvert and A. Proposch. Gretna Green.Race-L. Mahoney and Miss Anderson. Sheep Guessing Competi...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
MINING J ITELLIGENCE. Several small apceks of gold have beei obtained by the Cathcart Central Company out of the prospects from a bore put up from the south-east main drive at a point 60 feet ahead: of the previous bore. Each of these bores went through to wash at the same height above the drive, viz., 29; feet. The Cathcart Central Company clean ed up on Thursday last for the fort night, when the magnificent retlrn of 760 ozs 5 dwts of gold was obtained, as compared with q54 ozs 10 dwts for the previous fortnight. The Cathcart Company cleaned up yesterday for the fortnight for 4the highly improved return of 431 ozs, as against 356 ozs 17 dwts for the pre vious fortnight. The two Ararat gold producing mines have produced 1191 ozs 5 dwts for the past fortnight. YIELDS. Ozs. Dwt.. Cathcart Central (fortnight) 760 5 Cathcart (fortnight) ...... 431 0
EDUCATIONAL CONGRESS. FAR REACHING PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
EDUCATIONAL CONGRESS. FAR REACHING PROPOSALS. The District Educational Conference will commence at the Ararat Town Hall this morning. As at present arrahged the pro gramme is as follows :-Morning ses sion, 10 a.m. to 12.30. Subjects : (1) Conipulsory Evening Continuation Classes. (2) University Extension Lec tures. Afternoon session :-2 p.i?. to 5.30. Subjects :-(3) The relation of the Elementary Schools to the District High Schools, and vice versa. (4) Manual training, and trade and agri cultural classes. (5) The privileges and responsibilities of municipal and other public bodies in respect of local education. Evening session, 8 o'clock Public meeting :-Addresses by the Chief Inspector, Mr A. Fussell, M.A., and the principal of the Melbourne High School, Mr John Hocking, B.A. All the meetings of the conference are open to the public free of charge. Spe cial interest attaches to the visit of the Chief Inspector and Mr Hocking, who are both recognised as leaders of educational thoug...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. The following are the latest quota tions in the Melbourne Exchange for local scrip : Cathcart-Buyers, 2/9. Do. (paid) -Buyers, 2/9. Cathcart Central-Buyers, 29/1k; sellers, 29/6 ; sales, 29/, 29/3. Cathcart Victory-Buyers, 1/; sel lers, 1/10. Great Langi Logan--Buyers, 2/2 sellers, 2/5. Langi Logan North--Buyers,.3/7; sellers, 4/. .. Langi Logan South-Sellers,. 13),, Langi Logan Central-Buyers, 2/1 sellers, 2/6. New Langi Logan-Buyers, 29/0; sellers, 30/ ; sales, 30/, 29/9. Upper Langi Logan-Buyers, 9d ; sellers, lid. Do. (paid)-Buyers, 2/6.
ENTERTAINING THE FIREMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
OTERTAININ~.G THE FIREMEN. TEg MAYOR DOES TIHE HONORS. The Council Chambers at the Town gall on Thursday evening last were tistically decorated with flags and geenery, the occasion being the tend igr of a social by the Mayor (Cr G. I Brng) to the members of the Ararat i fire Brigade, who had done so welli at the annual Fire Brigades Demonstra. Ii ioe, which was recently held at Ben. dig o The decorative part of the pro-2 gra no was carried out by Mr Dave latthews, tie curator to the council, snd there is no doubt but that he did t well. Encircled with the flag appear-e ed photographs of the first champion Fours of the brigade, while on either ' side were placed similar photographs I of the second and third winning Fours,-t t the foorth (won this year) having yet 2 to be added to the number. The chair I tae oc pied by the Mayor, who had t a his right Captain E. M' Gibbony and e Foreman T. "M'Arthur, and on his left G Cre J Trwin. The brigadiers appeared r in their dark blue uniforms,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
B' DAY. ORR 1 Is now making GREAT REDUCTIONS In Millinery, Costumes, Blouses, &c. In order to make room for New Seascn'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 very best, and the prices will be found to be right. ' - AN INSPECTION INVITED. WHY WALK FROM S01OP TO SHOP. To Buy Your Groceries when our Representative will Call at your door and Do liver you Clean, Fresh, Wholesome Goode. - . 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 SLower Quality. Presh Prunes, 10d lb. .. Sand Soap, 2d. . Tomato Sauce, 5d. O.T. Punch, 1/3. Worcestershire Sauce, 5d. - Flaked Rice, 4id.packet. Jelly Crystals, lid. doz. Loose Tea, 10d lb. - Cdrdials, all 1/ . Fine Oatmeal, 21d p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
Ij~bc ~r~arat Establisahd Ovor Hat al Firest Issuest Aug.i 1857. Jubilee-1st Aug., 1907. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DVERTISER GENERAL PRINTIN( OFFICE, Ligar-street, Arasat. Mr THEO. a, GRANO, Barrister.at'Law, lre Removed his Office to directly OPPOSITE THF BANE OE NLW SOUTH WALES A Commissioner of the -supreme Court of Western Australia for talo~n affidavits in Victoria. . MR H. E., WEBB, Solicitor, &c., Opposite th Courit House Commissioone of Viotoria.. Trust Money to Lend,. STEWART W. IRWIN~I, L.L;M! BARRISTER AND 8OLIOITOD. COMMERCIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS BARKLY STREET ABARAT. onelys to lend of Freehold and Leas hold. Seanrities. [A CARD.] MR H. 0. CARSTAIRS, BOLICOITOB, &c., Who has purchased the Practice Of MR ADRIAN. AKHUBST, L.L.B., BABRISTER AND) SOLIOITOR, Barkly Street, Ararat, U NTIL lately conducting the prae tice of Mr F. H. Eeles, is con tinuing to reside and Practico-at Ara rat, and has removed to the lofie late y occupied by Mr H. Dodd. Visits Willaura let and....
STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
BTOCK REPORT. Messrs Crawford, Dowling and Sey mour and .. Dodd and Son, in con junction, report holding their regular quarterly sale at.Mr T. Th6rnton's yards, Tatyoon, on Wednesday, the 18th March. There was a good at tendance of buyers from Geelong, Bal larat, Avoca, Hamilton, Willaura, Sta well, Natte Yallock, Lexton and the Western District. 7000 sheep were yarded, and most of them were in good condition, and the oewes well forward in lamb. Keen competition resulted, and 5355 were sold under the hammer, at highly satisfactory prices to the vendors. An excellent line of 1000 4 year old wethers, ifi forward condi tion, from the exors. of the Burrum beep Estate,. elicitea keen competition, and realised 16/2 ; a nice lot of 1400 wvethers, 4 years old, station bred, made 13/; 725 crossbred weaners, well grown, 13/3 ; 500 crossbred weaners, 12/3; 280 merino weaners, 10/3; 130 crossbred wethers and ewes, in forward condition, 18/5 ; 160 crossbred weaners, 15/4; 39 crossbred ewes, in l...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
COMMEEOIAL INTELLIGENCE. I. Dodd and Son report having held a farm clearing sale at Mr C. Moor foot's farm, Langi Logan, on Thurs day. Therd was a moderat . attend ance, and fair prices were realised. 4 tooth and aged store ewes were sold at 8/; lambs, 10/3. Cow, £3/4. Two year old bay colt, £11/5; bay illies, £9/15 and £8.- Machinery and imple ments were hard to quit. They also sold-on account of Mr A. Murphy, half an acre of lAnd in Queen's Avenue,,at £100, to Mrs Gleeson. .
BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC COMPANY. NED KELLY AND HIS GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC *COMPANY. NED KELLY AND HIS GANG. The Bohemians are continuizig to add to their laurels during their stay in Ararat. The huge marquee was cro'd ed on Thursday evening when the com pany gave a lengthy realistic reprodue tion of the Kelly Gang. Tile lIrinci pal incidents of that stirring episode in Victorian history were pourtrayed with striking fidelity; and all the char acters were well sustained, the play meeting with full approval of tao large audience. EAST LYNNE. Last evening the Bohemians appear ed in the Town Hall, when the ever green melodrama, "East Lynne," was staged. The hall was closely crowd ed. The piece was admirably stag ed and well presented. "East Lynne" for its successful reproduction calls for the display of considerable drama tic power and Mr Cole's company is to be cofigratulated -on its undoubted success last evening. The many dif ficult characters were ably sustained and in several cases exceptional talent was displayed. Lady Isabel and Ma da...
The Evil that Men Do, Published by Special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
[he Evil that Ien Do, BY M. P. SHIEL. Author of "The Rajah's Sapphire, i "Prince Zaleski," etc. Published by special arrangemen! with Ward, Lock and Co. (All Rights Rserired.1 CHARTER XX X.-Continued, While he knelt there, the facts ol his situation passed dismally and wearily through his mind; there were anly two hopes: that the bucket had been stopped at the axle, in. which ease, since the bucket was at about the middle point of .the rope's length, both ends of the rope would still be at the bottom of the well; he could thus draw Martha up again into the pure air, and find or invent some means of making fast the end of her rope below while he slept; for he knew that he must soon sleep, and. then slowly die of the narcotic poison con tained in the air which he was breath ing; it was true that the candle and match had burned in it, and that where a candle burns a man may breathe.b ut where the candle burns very dimly it is certain that the man will not breathe very long.' 'He 'felt ...
TYPHOID OUTBREAK AT ARARAT. FURTHER REPORT BY DR. HAYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
TYPHOID OUTBREAK AT ARARAT. FURTHER REPORT BY DIR. HAYMAN. At the meeting of the Arar:t Bor ough Council, held last nigh. Dr. Hay man, the local health officer, r.ported as follows, regarding the outbreak of .yphoid fever in the town:- "Referring to the report of Dr. Jones, of the Board of Hlealth iDcpart ment, I' have the honor to report that I have had the blood of different p'r sons exanmined that had previously contracted typhoid at Mrs Andersol's boarding house. The result in, Mis Anderson's case wasi negative, but in her daughter's, Mrs Burn's, who had typhoid in January, 1912, the lbJt shows 'a positive typhoid cou.!ition. proving that she has not thorol.g:ly thrown off the disease. This r, es not prove that she is necessarily a carrier, but I have carefully instrrat?d. her as to her mode of living, and :lso ane necessity of taking all precautions, so that she may' not be the means of infecting other people." The report was simply received.
CONCESSIONS TO COUNCIL OFFICERS. THE CASE OF THE ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK. SHOULD SHE GET THE SAME PRIVILEGE AS HER CHIEF ? [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 21 March 1914
CONCESSIONS TO COUNCIL OFFICERS. THE CASE OF THE ASSISTANST STOWN CLERK. SHOULD SHE GET THE SAME o PRIVILEGE AS HER CHIEFI ci , An interesting debate took 'place t last night at the meeting of the Ara t rat Borough Council on a motion sub- ec mitted by Cr Irwin n'reference to tle t granting of certain holidays to Miss s. MI' Neill. Ie moved tile motion standing in his name-" That Miss t M'Neill, the assistant Town Clerk, for - the future be allowed four days off duty in each month in which to at tend to her private affairs and such ,p other matters outside her duty to the tcouncil as she may desire." Cr Irwin-No doubt it will be said c that this motion is the outcome of a t privilege that was granted to the Town Clerk on the last night of meeting, I and it is probaulv true thnt the motion I would never have been launched had r it not been for that. The majority i: ruled that it was the proper thing to ,allow an officer eight weeks' absence from the office during each year, and t my ...