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COLISEUM PICTURE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
COLISEUM PICTURE PAILACE. Whenever a Lubin film is placed upon the market it is eagerly sought after by picture show managers, b cat-e it is known that there is quality in it. and that the public run after them,. confident that they will be worth seeing. Conse quently. when "The Sea Eternd'" was re. leased in Melbourne Capt Ellis lost no time in putting in a claim for it. and the Billarat public will have an oppor tunity of witlnessing it tonight and the two following nights. It is redolent o "the briny." strellu in plot, rich in in cident, fall of intenssely dramatic sitoa. tions enacted anidst eery fine scenery, while the stage management and acting are all that could be desired. "The Sea Eternal" was witnes?d by manyS thou sands in Melbourne. and was only with. drawn becaeuse of the pruesureo exerted br other high-class stars. the. best of whidh will be seen at the Coliseum from time to time. A twlin attraction is thi second of the Sherlock lIolmes series,. "'The Silver Blaze." T...
PATHE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
PATI?E'S PICTURES. Another complete new reries will be proseented at the AUfred Hall to-night. and it bids fair to surpass anything yet shown in the hall. There are two exclusive star dramas and one star comedy. "Rise of Officer 174."2_000 feet long, is a thrilling detective drama dealing with thle gamb ling dens of New York. The picture waa taken on-the actual spuots, hence it is doubly intaoeting. '"ais Lifo for IIis Emperor".depiets a well.known incident in the life of Napoleon. and is told in the Vitagraph's best manner. The star comedy is "The Reformation of Dad." a farce in which a camel ald an elephant take a prominent part with striking re? alts. awhile scoeral other films complete the programme.
"I AM GOING HOME" CONDEMNED MAN'S LAST WORDS. FREMANTLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
"I AM COING HOME" CONDF)MNED 3Lh'S LAST WORDS. FREZIATLE. WVedneedav. Charles Odgcers wna hanged at the t; mantle Gaol to-day for having shot Edith Molyneaoux, a nmarried nooman. at ialgo bin on 8th October. hOdgee afterwardsl attempted to blow his head off with a rifle shot. The erideaor given at the trial show ed that Mirs Molyneaux had been living with Odgers. and afterwards went bact: to her husband. Odgers wont out to the hut where !folyneaux lived, and demand ed that she shoud return to him. When she refumed, Odgers frightened c-ff the husband and children with rifle bhotu, and then shot the woman dead. After the trial evidence wan preluced which dearly identifited Odgers with the murder ef an old cripple. lio wa or dored to stanl. hi.L trial.for tlhis,. bat sund denly tihe Execturtive Council decided to etr out the original death sentonce." Odgnrs pýc a cmd night, and eralted hiavely to the scafold. e left nostal wont behohind. and as Im stepped on to the eaffold he smiled an...
SPARROW SHOOTING. BEAUFORT GUN CLUB. BEAUFORT, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
s'Afl?nbw SHOOTING IIIAIuPOItP GUN CiUtt. -- IIAI.UMI'OIIT. Wdnlorlny. 'rio openinllg mrting of tbe lm.fllo??t Otdn t'lub (jrhitr woas rorgonisrtd tLs frotk) totk plnro at tiho now grtound tills afternoon. TIho itmrlmni trophy. i r. litil slprrrt match, to b won" twir. trs irutprtrcl for fIr the third time. W. Ii. Wat.otltft ohid T. 7:. S.ands were the tpr.viollt inn?ro. Ther,, wt.r, I m )etitots. Bnph L,?-? n, tilehg-in on he sixlh roond. ant dividtrd the sotl otake nmncy added with .oInto-. The fifth. ?onlotieit tttO held for the Lid gertnotd trophy for toviob (IOn ,th wot trri,), St rsuoghenl. WVotodorf. ,ionrt, All )nw?,h ne:o the pre'ious wrinntrs. 'l'Therot 'r llinte entrio, a.nd IR. \Voldh obtned a legIr-in tt.ith eight htints out of ite: o Wetoltctnrf and Stroughlt wtreo neit ont tho list with erot, kills enah. Tl'e 'po *wre woet l-rr.tl oro ll n to or dtiritlb hb t'CrookH?ttl Sl.ph n1t r, WeRt teodbrf, WIlh, ind t'tt()rn." 'l'thit mt of tlnorlrrt troraa tlantrtttl ty Ittilg...
A MURDER RE-TRIAL ACCUSED REFUSED BAIL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
A MURDER RE-TRIAL ACCUSED EtMUSEI) BAIL. SYDNEY, 'Wednsday. Thomn Edwin Drown, who wair con victed of the murder of Sergt Hickey, at St. Irvn, and has been granted a now trial by tho IIigh Court, applied to JMr Justieo Gordon, in Chambers, to-day, for bail. The application rwaen refneed. Brown, who has been in gaol for nine months. first as?bd that hin application be allowdl to stand over, as he was upset through meeting come of bis'children that morning. but the ?moent woo rfsldni. He submitted that bail should bh grunted in order that ho might have the fullest opportnnit7 of preprring hbi def?nce. Ito had. he naid, beeon pla io in that portion of the gaol nllontit to murderers. ,r Juiitici Gordon, in eufosring the ap pticration. ?aid that the pnol authoritire would ginve him opportrmutine for prepr ing his dofance, and if any impedimeint were planedl in his way the Crown Law Office would remove it.
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
S TENNIS. An anahrb d.y wa sprn t the ?oiirti Or.th · %¥¢?npottree Lan-n I'rllnnia Club amtt Sntu-day, ihin a train olbit ad bh Ur .r. V. ' a"bairn, of liana ril. Bklpbn. phiayed nmutch against WIn daohro. Mr 1,'t.lrhbnra'a fm n inrludtIl MId A. I)'llat. 'modl. the intr-Stote layer, and llamars Anthony and Mlands 1 "T, of( Nhllnurni. Altcr a ,njolylie dLay's nns atindr aEdl"a3nt ant .Muinr eot i.lottn, th t',tisito nha 'a etrtntatinel at diniai by I-r .1. . Cathl.rt. at "lhen holme," Wroaler utraet. The Ioll?ingl t-ift tl h haoris--Niel tt nlll Ilailey (W.) deftiatril Antholny and Mlaldaleel Ill.)i, h--i. . 5--1.?; Nontt atIId Ilail?y 1V.) ltad to iVli andl Failnbairn (II.). 4-4t. -Il, 3l-h; Woal and lItirlh.irn dL loattit Va4?llh siad Fitzelr?-Jd (W.), h-I. C--O; ntlhldn aitil Midlclloy iderlotli Vaughan andl Fitgerald, 3--6. l--8. --3. htnbngiil, 3 ruhbbers. 7 3 t R. ,?. gaLs; Wadlalalu. I rubber,,1P 4 aetMs. 50 iI-t i.
STRUCK BY HAMMER. ARBITRATIONIST INJURED. WELLINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
STRUCKI B fly IIMIf. R. AltflIh'riIA iNjrSI' I N.1U1UID. WEIANGTlYoN, Wodnuolay Whilef engaged elliopo tooodit0i Via holol of the .IICAnrr Ramona a t I~nrt Chalmers, hdd\y..T. \IVren abafaltncll eerlnild ihnlltijMi Wino i nn arbiorhtaojooo' tndtiN aiod iv have, io'Oo pllt 033 tho "ihilOck' lit, by Cloo alrihkor ton il, (30nt .oooroltli ti..oii. Ile wai oorking wohM f.0ou o0r fiveO ethr ttooo, oohooo atlotoingr I .,lif et1tnlrtnnf, n chiiiilnoij 30nl03 0. OitglOitog 71. Ilu301(l at oliofe fot. A f3w m nulcv later mIU lhe hoamflOe lt'000 flm on ito leomd, inflictingi f omonol. th.o.b'til1 wai immedlnit'y moiito nmonp the offireworkmen. ful b iltoy 0.0010 tolm"o 030 light 00 tin inridont. iuoro.i oo t iie'oo, hoooooo, oorr.dlaooiaoooi
INDUSTRIAL MATTERS STATE COAL MINE. WORK PROCEEDING. BUT MEN DISSATISFIED. WONTHAGGI, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
INOUSTRIAL MATTERS STATE COAL MMilE WOIik PROCIMINa O BUT 611M 1)ISSAITIB'JED. As A troolt o[[ thto a'ecirot orrivd lot ot Ittoeoly j11Au t i o e I tlwo l tij of tho Vtvtorlitu Coo1,ljntrits Association, work In tho Sthate tno, Rto resumorl at mlid tigu, und.is Iurrneiedin t , O sut to-duur. The trullblo itsi' frolh t* sortthaled, hot. ever, i tlitO 100 iriot'lioolibdo d IO it tIur riog should thle oesto of the union offiert' tneci wt . r.(, 11. ,lfroolll, the general managepr. not prove faaefactory. The diptuto.over. tho dirt ore 00 It olaplies to tihe workinoo io thto No. t olt is nlos cauoing a gool deal of onxiety. hu utf thb eon a ute that teyr cannot ttnleott wa nnudr thtr -ultog cotulitiout. .0'k dgedet ommittee ofithue V.C.11.A. is josalav oetferrle with o ir Irbottt. 01 thItu e.tlltuo sit tilA maonttt meat will 1t dealt with at a specirol moot Intl of clhplc)yels 6n 81ct l fla inlorninll
FAMOUS LITIGANT LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
FAM0OUS LIIGA NT. LAONDON, ''oieFday. Mirs aeorina Weldoil, who be?'men no torious in tie B0's ns a litigant, dlied on Mondlay. [aL 1881 :itrs Woldon proceeded against Dr Semple for Iaving wrongfully sigond l cortifihete declaring her inece. and ob tained 01/000 damiages. A yeor latcr oleo oomtaineol roivoiec, wchon L o wOli -ýe tenleol to nix mointhe ' imlprionioetl for a libel on M..Jule Prudence Riviero. She iwan rolened slortly after the enlolro, and begun an acfion for libel against Dr Gouno, . She wo atwvardd .110,008 dai - ageo: Ii theo sane yielr Mnr \Veldot suetd Sir ]loery do latho for slandern and ob toondd .lO00.j
BILLIARDS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
DILLTA1tDS. - LLINJ)VY. Tuesdny. The billiard match of 18,000 pI1 between Geoore Gray (Australia) trd 'Tom IeecO (England) ,? contl-lledltoay,. When play.eoend ycetlrday. (loae (who recelved 2D00 start) woa still 1454 ahncad, and hin total wn over 11.000. lowoevor, to-day, lust nas.hij obaocoof vcltory ?o? ld to am slipping away, (toty made a.wondorfoll recovery. and In t?l twor'eioions mado up hist leeway and at tho clown led "by 29. The Anet-nsli.n made berate of 311t, 43. anl 758. The ecorcl now aned;--Onty, 11,752; RIeco (rbcivc',O000 tlart). 11,7123..
LONDON WOOL SALES. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
LONDON WOOL BALES., oo LONDON, TVnrdoy. STh first series of London wool onion for 1914 was opened today. Tlq mnkett opened steoad, and prioes roemuinel un. chaongedl an EbmsIoei with the lost ?nkis of 1913. A nmieln represcltativo slection of mosrinocs was offered, but tile selection of crn?breds was NON W edy.r. foyNDO?, ?v~lnc~aay, There nwaon a full attendonco of buyoers t theo wool onlion, iohlding nin00 Ameri c0ns. Merinore wrro firm at )ocembnor rates. Yorkshire hblsers operated freely, rosbhredsl were malnly In fasor of the ellore.
A BRUTAL EMPLOYER. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
A BRUTAL EMPLOYER. LONDUN. Tuesdoy. The esnten omfmono yc mr's imprisonment ra-1, in I)menor "lust on Joseplh Jo osplhon, n ll iiu, n notr builder, for cruoHty to tyPistn apploonticot to him, lhas hion n.ucmd to one of three months on tho gro d that thorn ws no nral evol oence of ijndconoy on the port of thel pri.nonr. At .he time of tho triot it wal allegpdl that Josephason had strippoed and smac-trtl nirls 16 oald 18 yVcun of ago. Tho jludgo reommended that heo should he dopootot at the expiration of his soen mctoe.
WORKMEN'S PALACE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
WOlRK.EN'S PALAC2. . LONION, Tuhesday. An asn?teitton of. 120 of tlhe tenlloer Lraden' unionn propoxee to exotend .t' ll in uldition to i J14 annulually on a so called Workmeel's I'nace, to bu opuelle in I?rury lane. The Imlace will inclulde a restnurant, a cinemlntogrl?h theatre. meeting halls, a lpalm court for a enmok ing lounge, anol a Ihelxrious billliard-room. It in aio propoedl to supply prervision to strikers at coolt, price, inetcd of strikue pay, thnn nuabling the llniona to nnave /12 in oevry 10/.