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BALLARAT PIPE BAND [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
BALLARAT PIPE BAND The fourth annual meeting of the Bal larat and District Caledoloman Society' lPipo Band took place in the Lyceuam Hall on Monday last; Mr J. T. M'Grregor pro siding. An apology wag receivced from the Drumnmjr; Sorgt-rmjr W. Strang. Ar rangenments were completed for the band to attend the Linton Highland Sports on Foundation Day. and it was decided to enter for the pipe hband contest at Bneau fort on Easter Monday in conection with the B3eaufort Thistle Clubh'a sports. The annual report and balancersheita were adopted. The former showed that the position of the band financially and numerically had not been surpa-s"ed since its foundation. During the year the hband had engagements at Ceelong, Daylresford. Linton, and crveral at Ballarat In con nection with charitable irstitutions. The balanrce sheet showed that during the year the receipts amounted to 14?74!i., and the expenditure £T721111, thus leaving a credit balarnce of £1/1314. Votes of thanks were passed to Mr...
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES DEATH IN RAILWAY TRAIN. RETURNING FROM A HOLIDAY. HAMILTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES i)rA1Tf L; ItAI.LWAY PRAtiN. LbIruIltNINCI 1'ROM A IrIOIDjA'Y. fltlII:TO N. Wr'dgmIdy.. Orn timu rrinsl of Cho Iluniltton qven log tirain fromI mu rtimmont. MonM i ttngr, Ilnvl.hlr of Slrtrirrs Prank anld Olnrge r ml ltn. of Hamiltosn, and Mors 1. .1. Ih fids, of falulrna, wasn found denut in thi, or ringn irhieti enli hint nccutpied. Doenoi Swin 72 yearii of agn. said hadr bees nnpending ai tintida y in PortLand tar the ottif of it sllght rhoinunstin ailmemL Otlturnli, nhun nlnjnyryi goitd hIalnth. It in prriniiinrl timt nhi nnltrrml smitddns hIrmrt failujre. ltrnnmsrd originally carto Iromn Minrton.
DIARY OF SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
DIARY OF SALES 15th .Janurmr.='1'Itherhtgo awl Yirbwoi1ol, at :03 Ilroughan· street, at 1: h uarut (Situ .Tnuuonre.-Dloolbcl and Chmnuller. ht 7(1 D)ovetdi otreot north, at 5.30: CA, tago nand alltotaent; on amount of Air IDamson.. 30th .Ionuniy.-rlieptir, Foley' and Co.. At. Durvetnij otrie't uorth., at 1Si: nundl and luildingoý ou, nocount iten It. Tirrey..
AMUSEMENTS "LAST DAYS OF POMPEH." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
AIMUSEMENTS "LAST DAYS OF POM?PII.f " This ovening at lner lainjaty's ,ill be ountd "The Lat. D?y of Ponmpeii, filmed by the Ambr?nia Company in. tLeir bent stylta ba on Bulwcr Lytton' wurk. The. thinb cvning, ew may with him repair those magnitient ruais, re animate the remains of those buried in the ruins of a city which had viik with ancient Roame in epiendor. trenae the gulf of over 18 contauino. and wake 1.om peii to a seond existence. Lsual prices of admission. with lid eata for booking aetI at Sotton'a.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
AUCTION SALES THIS. DAY. 0ithoridgo and Growrott, at 203 Broug ham 6t., at 1-Furniture. Ac. Doepel and Chandler, at 704 Doveton st., at 2.0-Property., . 1101 AUCTIONS THIS DAY. THURSDAY, 15th JANUARYT. At 1 o'clock. On the premises. No. 103 Brougham street. close to Lydiard atreet. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION Of noueehold FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Consistig of - Piano; ODrning-room Suite, 7 pie?es. Overmantul, Fender and Irons. Ore. Tables, Whatnot, Curtains. Poles and Rngsu, Pictures,. Carpets. Linolnums: Bedreom Suite, 3 piee.s, dounble and single Bedsteads, Wire Mat treeos and Bedding. Chairs. Chest of Drawers (Iuon pine), Buall Stand. Ducheas Pair, Dressing Table. Chest of Drawer (lednar), Washstand and W'are. Commode, Sideboard. Bookcase (cedar),. Dining Table. Vienna Chairs, Couch, Pier Glaws, CIock, Rugs. Platform Bee her, Ornaments, Dresser, Kitchen Ta lr.e, Meat Soafes and Covers, Crockery. alo first-class Mangle, and a host of Sundries. TIThERDGE and GeOWCOTt . 17 Mai street. Ball...
NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
NEWS AND NOTES The lo. W. 0. W'\Vnrdi- wo for some ! l" u, sl? i illris tr e t rg if it h p - Sist Church V'ictoria street, fand lo eho IPlin fr "Iix yloe pastor if t oe Costlut e ing aCntlcndine. which wau largLi t offended.hy ri id h i0L reabb itlg aLt Brown Hill yester ay somiitlo tb ric dt luokn a ntbbi oul of a ourron hut to fire sl relitd ?ridly anl got belrol thefir dlltro. Gris? andol " luonu were oi ablaze in all diriciononl 'ilOal Cii oalnau l gaidern eiws threntrned. Thuv ai ofu Ilto rIh-at Fire Blrigadoe wol .i0oel, = nld it had to run out abhout 1 0 feet of hou r1 1o e the fire could lie frfetrivlIy at acl. TI fn, lame, destroy trl portin of t le Chiinmniil's fecr. lilt Ivory little otlher damage wono done i'o lnunnor l friends of Mr II. F. El i11, illdiepucoed for soanou llonIhOt plst. will ie pleail' to hrcr laot ha Ilauhlrely been making ti xfaluetry Pnrir?. lio Ls now able o t a li vu Srt. and will. it is ihopetlo , shortly he abouu again aar usutl. t .hpr o.il llru...
FIRST IRISH PARLIAMENT VICTORIAN DELEGATE. DR O'DONNELL APPOINTED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
FIRST IRISH PARLIAMENT VICT'ORIAN DIILEGA'IE. DOt O'DONNELL APPOINTUED. MLBOUtflB, l VntI. Vaayv. A public lotintleg under the al+upicen of the Unitel Irish League- was held ill tihe Catltfdra .lLnll, DI. nswick" roul, to-night for tile Ipurpos of appointting a tdteglato to repraesent Victoria at the oulening of the first Irish I'arlilunent. Mr .1. Govann Dtffy, wlo. ertshledl, nid that was thle firast eting letd in that luall in this listorie veer, ea hir would I known future nas llome Iule year." All the domithlon of thi Eempire shouid he ropresented at the oj'tning of the Irish 'Parlianent, brclets it was due to their lhelp and lont lttt that the conerseinI Wus being mnadeto Irishnmen. All the objec tions to lIomnd ?,ule for Ireland Ihad h?eai swrpt nide. 'and the peitleo now khew that lIaoe Rle woual. not mean the dis integrationa of the nllt ire. Only olle ogeyreenailil, and that WLs UlsLter. Sir •ilward Careon was inot an Ulster n I. Men like uord Perry, the fine olmne Tulner ...
RABBIT EXTIRPATION MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
*A3BiT EXTIRPATION III.ELBOUrytE4 WedndalnY. lleeeotly Mir .1. w. TLtoopon, of Burnleoy. criticised the methods adopted by theo lnpectors fr vermin, dmtruction,. more eslrinolly the muthlols of pol.oiflfg. The Chief lo:tector for Vermin DestrUr tion. air F?.nk Allen, to-day void that it w. an entlirely aromg t?tement to make that rambit illspetorns advocaterl trapping. lrappilg wro Ilot recognllisCIe ai a atis factory menus for dcstroynllg rabbits. Ieasons were'plainly given in n pamphlet wnuetl by tihe Clref Inspctor. lMr Thmpon mnoadeo sertions that rathbits oh|(l lnot ib made to pick u, puiwn or enter traps. .?r Allen said M'r Thump on's ?mente s were so entirely incrr rect that t was hardly necessaoy to to' ortpr into thie ?brject beyn?d statilg that tnspectors had no right to tell aIyone tfit they must uto ane particular melhb| or to exprenss any opiniot as to thle merits or lotaerito of any particular poison
CATHOLIC FEDERATION'S CIRCULAR. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
CATHOLIC PBFIDILATION'S lR CULA R. To thileo ritr of "The Courier." Sir--Th 'eirttr of "Freedom" in "c foronce to ft eireular issued to randt' d.e.e for tleo N.L A. de gr is a grea dlisturhbji fncltor at tile int tLim *whe tho Iplrlire are o erito>A ttd. It bho v", l~I I.oahor Irel Iibenal Ioa"e t oha t It ?lotinetty Im tlerato that they 'tAll tlvo nothillt I, do with the eirel ]ar orany roeaditid[e who sorrps to rMYt in order to get tte rommand tr e Itorono Cottotto aCtoac thot he te I!) havethile Chuhro th'#i pooidvtle This !1 only tho thlin el-o of tile wetqe, and if the labor Part)P as t r?ondolo l in or, jaios n ffhr oln, oyy to all that Is a nakPr, Lea or, tusands of .0Ol'.nc |.men T.,£?oi? v %ho wl re wiUth a solid voto against Labtr %~'to etr?ngo thot tile Roman Cathoti .po?rt A Y""'O blame the other fellow for "rasing L ectari Itn cry" fr eleo i" Yet wro IVo here the Cre?ln pof ?otin e toi FitIIte'io'. ecytog to eletotts ecanidatees, "e*? , o?t?for oC r o'011 nllsd, ;ýt ...
COUNTRY NEWS PRESIDENT AND COUNCILLOR ACCUSATIONS AND EXPLANATIONS LEXTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
COUNTRY NEWS PRESIDENT AND COUNCILLOR ACCUSTIONS AND EXP1LANV\TIONS LI?XTON, 'ITu,,nl.y. elrfore tihe bt in"s of th Lo?tn Shirt C-nunril was entered upon oni \lotrldhy tiln L'nrinc i (Cr Inidlnw) .lid he t, 1t rei luctantli crninr id n refer nl tihe y in nhirih Crt ' athn Ir o Iriore u i t;rcntrt his I .iridinrc'e action in comvti! while ho (Cr Yatre) wan rn nnoasing in thi -onth Tining ircr:rn? to hI IrRellt I.e-rI'c tion. lh, had. Ire ,ontrroi.r given (i r Yat.s rce"ry latitude. nlloricig Injr toi nie-ok fo ir tinmen or it !rnr clrrt rt tihe 1) (coib. (r'i tc~nitlg trnitnt r oice, lit t' tallr' ho noldnl kr'er Cr Y1utnr withil tite linrit: profriinl hir tihe locl tlovern "ient Art. lie Inml Ixbrit infortnt " ont :onl' ariinhorityt ht Cr \Yntie had told rlertntrr itn \tr rrlo? told \\'Vbntr t1hat hr (Cr"I tc,,t wt olo have dnone, lot' noor' for t(her but for the inteteronee of Cr Imiitdhtw. That. hie (urn ir'nsirrrll t-. elnri. -ras contrtrv to 'lrcts. It lne nult like nln rlphliia...
CHARGE AGAINST DETECTIVES ECHO OF BABY-FARMING TRAGEDY. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
CHARcE AGAINST DETECTIVIES ECHO OF BABY-FA.IRBIGN TI?.EDfY. ?.ELI3OURNE. W?dlsay. Dcs 11. W. Sninsburv and M. Olholm aere charged by Supt v|ceson wilth hav in~ ne lected their dnty by failing to onrcine rproper suprvision over Mrs A. i. \Williams, othcrwise Isahlla Newmnan, tlecbreb giving her an opltnrtunity to conm nit -suicidc. which lhn did. Inapeclor alperintendiag J. [ilnc, after hearing nlenc., dimisal the charge. Another char- aganinst Det Sainsbnry, that he withhell d fron Supt Glecen the kentr'evdge Ihat'he had sworn an informan tion anlinst MJe Willials anld nobtainednl a wnrrant for her nrrest, wan withdlalrawrln.
RADIUM FOR CANCER MEDICAL MAN DUBIOUS. FREMANTLE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
HADIUM FOR CAHCER MflDICAL ?LAN; DUBIOUS. .IE?IANTl.E Wednesday. "I amn afraid that radiln will Inot cure cancer'" rermarked Dr H. J. I.otz., whn when interviewaen on lona?d the R.M$.S. Maloja. Dr Lotz.who inoone of tho best known of Wesnt .Australiahn medical men. has returaed from atrip round the world. Though on a holiday, Dr Loa gave at tention to medical researches wherever he chanced to go. Ite waa sceptical who,, informet of the reports that raditum hboa uroved a permanent cure in connection writli ertoi0 cases of cancer. "I om afraid tIhat thiawill not prove to be true,." ho said. slmking his head. "In :nCt. i" onme cases tlhe application of rc diem mas an ill-effect-it make the out eerar wor. instead of bdetter. It is woo, derfnl what faith is.expressed in radium. One fida.-people "drilribg-.swatorn int whilch radio-active hnbathnceu have beeni panssed. They do this ih'desperation. de. ireing to try every remedy-or supposed romedoy. In America then inject radilm itlly into ...
COUNTRY NEWS DEPRIVED OF DINNER FACTORIES ACT PRECAUTION. WARRNAMBOOL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
COUNTRY NEWS DEPRIVED OF DINNER 'AC'I'OUIUtS ACT` PRECAUcttiON. Owingu to the opel tioff of the ho trtrs ot, the morn buru of tho' Maxl , ihot tunrwre dopri\"tt ofi vtlnoar ditonor Intt night, noud tuie obligedl to oue ft o tilh uthol. 'Ithu Shtthy Couueii 0mlm uteu to rotor l tai ho Ifonus, bhut thu Ihetelktcteeru do Otiflln the tliltroet ot ohort noth'e on uflel uf of the firllfrlto of the .frt. Whenth~I e flfllu ff0 n'ftfffI,'l toot ot~o itIg. otter i tryio~~ l;f uleuenor o thu reugift gob.1 botuutuf II rrffllfbofet n00d1 IPtltl 11ft ghll. fllhy folluld notf oflyf thte pufflIC dinne~l~r n191111dI but tfh ft, It turn' fn IftltI to fget o tffiner or ffyother mof'ff of if flotel. tin Ithe muu hoff ff10 prat. 'they ,ore ohligelt to to to tile toofuott 1f hIlfopI. wiltl tIo rfufteOit Wit-fl lohntt they.v ,ettd get them.s
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
'it's a pleasure to handle a first-class article like Robut tea, even though the profit is so.ridieulously small-you see there's hardly ever a complaint as to quality, quantity or price and when there is, well I'knoW there's no real foundation for it. Of course it worries a man to hear complaints about goods he's sold and I'd rather anytime take less profit and know that my customers are satisfied than run the risk of losing a single one of 'em - and as I find my Cust6omer like the flavour of "ROBUR" and say that it makes more cups to the pound than any other tea-i take good care to always have it in stock, add i never refuse anybody who asks for It. There's a race on just now between the sales of the No. 2 and No. I Grade and it seems " bine as ianity buy the oand grade as the other-i like the ' No. l. Will you take a pound to try it? The Gretr. :.: :i. ==' ?Jt : L .I * JAN SEN' S FIRST H. LF-YEARLY SAL FOR ONE MONTH ONLY, COMMENCING THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. FOLLOW THE CROWD THAT DAY ...
CROPS AT BEAUFORT WHEAT YIELD DISAPPOINTING. BEAUFORT, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
CROPS AT BEAUFORT WII?t.E T YIELD DIS.\PPOINTING. DEAUFOR T, \Vednrsday. TIhroughout the Beaufort district this senso n the wheat harvest has beenl ome hant disappointing. Thern as a shortnage of froll o bteo two begs per acre on cromF from which a return of from six to eight lags s expected. Goead yields are re portted in a few cates. Isn almest everr instance good yields of eats are reportel, and threbhing has coanueneed. 'the shrinshge in the wheat yireld i accounttl for by some agrirculturists byr the fact that a dry apell followd tlby a few hot wintds csrrasret when the crmp awere coming into ear, thilst others tmaintain that frost?e es the eansr'.
BUSH-FIRE BRIGADE MEETING AT BEAUFORT. BEAUFORT, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
BUSH-FIRE BRIGADE MLEETING AT BIEAIUFORT. DFUItFORT Wedtreday. Mfr John 13. oehran (eaptain) presidrd oror the adjourne?l nnnunl mleting oi" tile Beeufutt Buslt-tfir ]lriand at the Shire HBall on Tundna?. Only fie peo.?is at tended, and it -tn decided to request the precut oetihers to retain their positiOit until a futuro mceting. Mr V. 1. etl pi wnas etected secretary pro teri. It was resolved to ijue a oiretear to Innd owners and mine-ewnor soliciting their eupprt. As it ,an esleidered ther was a dgener of a fire oceurring at assy time, t.he officers were intnlCietrt to ee that the fire-srt uad appliances weroe fit for ser SitS.