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GREAT WESTERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
GREAT WESTERN. (From our own Correspondent.) The Great Western Rifle Club paid a visit to Geelong during the early part of this month. The trip was looked forward to by the members, but owing to the vintage many of the best shots found it impossible to make the trip. The team, therefore, was a weak one, but those who went thoroughly enjoye:l themselves. The City team easily won the match. For Great Western J. Young scored GS, L. Notley 65, and M1. Young 64. For Geelong, J. C. Trigg, C. Gibbs, W. Cowling, H. Coleman, M. Flore, Captain T. Ranford, C. Fletcher, A. Hickinbothim, W. Dixon and P. IH. Fisher all got over the 60. On the arrival of the team at Geelong they were most hospitably entertained at the Union Hotel. A movement is afoot to organise a race meeting in aid of the Adam Lind say Gordon Memorial Fund. Senator Blakey, secretary to the committee, states that there is about £350 in hand, but it is proposed to raise the amount to £1000, if possible, for the- purpose of erectin...
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, ARARAT. SUNDAY SCHOOL FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
HOLY TRINIITY OHUBWO1, ARARIAT. SUNDAY- SCHOOL FESTIVAL. The Church of England Sunday School held its annual festival on Sun- I day last, when the special preacher for the day was the 1Rev. Walter Green, M.A., son of the Bishop of this dio Cese,. and sub-warden of St. Aidan's College, Ballarat. At the morning service the Rev. Walter Green:preach ed an interesting sormnon from ihe etory of Joseph, and in drawing several lessons from his life, said:-It was not Joseph's fault that he had his dreams, and yet-he was wrong to tell them to his brothers. Now I think this is specially an Australian sin. Do we not boast unasked of our magni ficent potentialities ? We think more highly of ourselves than we ought to think. But Joseph was also a taie bearer; he lacked that characteristic virtue that is in any school worthy of the name. lie did not know how to play the game. But we must ,lt judge Joseph by his younger days alone, for he proved himself after wards a man in Egypt. No sooner had he ...
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. Cathcart Comnpany.-No. 3 shaft- North end, No. 6 rise, top deck-No. 3 1 east off north drive to 84 feet ; strong B wash, good value, rising fast. No. 3 o west off north to 130 feet; prospects " poor. West main level, No. 1 rise- 1" South prospecting drive off No. 3 east a, to 104 feet; hard wash, poor value. Four trial machines taken from No. 3 ct east and south-east'cross off same, con- g' taining 37 fathoms, gave 12 ozs of C' gold. Panelling and truckroading on B Nos. 1, 5, and 6 rises with fair pros- a peccts. Field, 431 ozs, including 30 ozs T from black sand. tl New Langi Logan Company.-Branch 1i reef drive-No. 1 rise-South off east b to 54 feet, in strong wash, which is 1 foot below back laths; stopped tempor arily to drain. Men put in east drive, tu which is draining rapidly. North I drive from shoot to 100 feet; last few feet carrying about 3 inches of wash li below hack laths. West off north in 46 e feet; about 6 inches heavy wash below e back lath...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE. Quieter conditions existed in the gold mining division of the Melbourne share nmarkot on Saturday. The bore in the south-east main level of the Cathcart Central mine, which vwas re ported last week to have gone through to wash at 29? feet, was continued 20 feet in gravel without finding any water. The winze for the purpose of sinking the main shaft is now down 42 feet, or 2 feet helow fthe sole-piece -for the bottom level. Share prices improved to 29/6. According to the latest report from the mine manager of the New Langi Logan all the bucket samples taken from the drive average .I to 1 dwt per bucket. The water pressure on the bores is ndw down to 131b. The No. 9 bore in the Langi Logan South mine went through to wash at 40A feet from back laths, show a rise of 6_ feet in IS feet.
IRISH PLUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
IRISH PLUCK. Last night the Bohemians were .wsl coined by another large and apprecia tive audience.- The piece presented was a vigorous costume drama, ''Irish Pluck," in which the members of the company more than maintained thoj.e putation they have gained as talented artists. Again to-night the manuagemont will produce a new programme, the aittrae htion being al powerful Western 'Ameri can drama, "'A Cow~boy's ? Honor." As this production.lias, "the proprietor assures us, been a hugoe success where ever iproduced,..intending ppatrons',are advised to be seated early. At hild ren's minatinee iiis also annoiineed for Saturday 'afternoon:.
KING STAYS IN LONDON. ASQUITH OFFERS GENERAL ELECTION ON CONDITIONS. LONDON, Sunday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
KING STAYS IN LONDON. ASQUITII OFFERS GENERAL ELEC TION ON CONDITIONS. I LONDON, Sunday -Midnight. It is now confirmed that Brigadie, Genczal '90 IQf f GQugh b, cotwýgag CABLEGRAMS. BBUTEI'S BPEOIAL. of the Third Cavalry Brigade at Cur ragh, and 70 of his officers resigned when orders were received to go to Ul. ster. Sir A. Paget, Commander-in-Chief in Ireland, informed the officers that the resignations of Brigadier :General Gough and Brigadier :Colonel "Kersley had been received, but in regard to other officers they were liable to cer tain consequences if they refi~sed to serve. The Brigadier General and Bri gadier Colonel then announced, that they would stand or fall with their comrades. The officers, on being assured that they were only being sent to Ulster to protect. Government property, agreed to go, but firmly declined to take any part in aggressive hostilities.' Many hundreds of resignations from the artillery and infantry have been notified to become effective should hosti...
VARICOSE ULCERS FOR YEARS. TOO SEVERE FOR DOCTORS TO CURE. REMARKABLE ZAM-BUK HEALING [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
VARICOSE ULCERS FOR YEARS. TOO SEVERE FOR DOCTORS TO CURE. REMARKABLE ZAM-BUK HEALING Further proof of Zam-Buk's remark able healing power over crippling leg ulcers has just come to handy from Auckland, N.Z. It colfcerns Mrs J. Ogden, Union street, who for ninie years was in a crippled and hapless state. "Ten years ago," says 'Mrs Ogden, 'I had the misfortune to burst a vari cose vein in my right leg through giv ing it a nasty knock. Ulceration set in and soon the limb became highly in flamed. The ulcers got bigger and big ger,- and the constant pain made my existence a misery. At night I would toss about in fearful agony, wishing for the end of everything. There were periods, when I dare not put my foot to the ground. "For years I was under medical men, ad, in different towns, during my long period of suffering I must have had altogether about twelve different doctors. But the ulcers seemed to go from bad to worse. Then, to add to my load of suffering my other leg started in the sa...
BELATED SOLDIER SHOT BY SENTRY. LONDON, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
BELATED SOLDIER SHOT BY SEN.: TRY. LONDON, Sunday Night. Mr Asquith, Mr Winston Churchill, Colonel Seely, and Mr Augustine Birrell held another lengthy conference at Downing street to-day. It has also transpired that Sir Ed ward Carson has held a conference with his party, but in neither case has anything been made public. The removal of troops from Curragh has been .cancelled, owing to the lack of officers. The Earl of Galloway, who fought in the Crimea, has proposed a national subscription for those officers who lose their commissions through refusing to fight against Ulster. A detachment of 150 Royal Engin -ers has left for Belfast. An extraordinarily large deficiency in the ball cartridge ammunition at the Curragh arsenal has been discovered. All storemen and others have been or dered to be searched every night be fore leaving the arsenal. An unfortunate incident is reported from Newbridge, Being late in re turning home, a soldier attempted to scale the walls. A sentry observed ...
HOSPITAL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
-HOSPITAL BENEFIT. The Bohemian .Draniatic Company has again very kindly offered to give a benefit entertainment in' aid'of the Ararat Hospital. The company, on Friday evening, will stage, in the Town HIall, the great Australian drama, "The Squatter's Son," and as the piece is quite new to Ararat,.being an original drama, it may be expected that the friends of the hospital will co operate with the Bohemians in ihaking the performance the means of adding considerably to the funds of the insti tution. Young ladies are invited tp a'ssist, in the sale of tickets for the en tertainment. I' uno
PROSPECTS OF WORLD PEACE. WASHINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
'PROSPECTS OF WORLD PEACE. WASHINGTON, Friday. Mr W. J. Bryan, Secretary of State, who celebrated his 54th birthday yes terday, was the recipient of a large number of congratulatory messages. In acknowledging the, congratula. tions of the people of Nebraska, in which State he has his home, Mr Bry. an said it seemed likely that in the near future fully one-half of the peoples of the world would be linked together in peace. Thirteen treaties had al ready been signed binding the contract. ing nations to investigate their quarrels before resorting to war. cmut n -
PARIS SENSATION. MADAME CAILLAUX EXAMINED. A DRAMATIC STORY. PARIS, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
PARIS SENSATION. MADAME CAILLAUX EXAMINED. A DRAMATIC STORY. PARIS, Sunday .Night. Madame Caillaux, wife of the Minis ter of Defence, who has been in prison since she murdered M. Caimette, editor of the "Figaro," was examined to-day. She states that she had always been associated with the joys and pains of her husband's career, and the violent outbursts against him had daily trou bled her. She had been led to believe that some letters of hers written to him before her marriage were to be published. She- became stricken by the abominable campaign. Madame Caillaux broke down several times during the questioning, which had eventually to be adjourned.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
GENERAL. News has been brought by the steam er Makamba that early in the present mohth natives of North Malekula, New Hebrides, murdered and ate sic na tive teachers from a mission station. The Paris "Journal"' states that a German officer named Von Stangen, who was employed by the Triple Alli ance, visited the residence of an -Eng lish girl in Constantnople, and left a portfolio there. The police secured this portfolio, whereupon Von Stanger committed suicide. Lord Hardinge, viceroy of India, officially opened the new docks at Bom. bay on Saturday. The docks cost £4,000,000, and include a.dry dock 1000 feet long. " - While two miners were working in a shanty on the mountain-side near the Pottsville Colliery, Pennsylvania, the building and its occupants suddenly disappeared. Owing to a subsidence, the shanty was engulphed, and fell 500 feet into abandoned workings. It is certain that the men have been killed. Recently a duel was fought in Ger many by Lieut. von Cavalette St. George ...
ENTERTAINMENT AND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 March 1914
ENTERTAINMENT AND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. &nbsp; The anniversary was concluded with &nbsp; an entertainment and prize distribu tion in the Lyceum Theatre last night when there was a numerous atten dance of parents and friends of the scholars. The concert portion of the programme was splendidly carried out, the children playing their different parts in a praiseworthy man ner, and their quaint and pretty cos tumes gave a picturesque touch to the various items. The whole perfor mance reflected considerable credit on Mrs Bryant and Miss Jolly, who had assiduously worked and so successfully trained the children and arranged the concert. The programme was as fol low?s-Quakeresses, senior girls; solo ists-Faith, Misses Hargreaves and Lane; Hope, Misses Callaghan and Brent; Charity, Miss Best. Nursery Rhymes in. Character-Little,Bo Peeps, Lily. Harricks and Stella Hambling; Jack and Jill, Jack and Grace Foster; Boy Blue, Hector Hamilton and Nellie Wilson; Mary's Little Lamb, Flo...
The Evil that Men Do, Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXXII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 March 1914
TheEvil that_ I n Do, , BY M. P. SHIEL. D Author of "The Rajah's Sapphire," "Prince Zaleski," etc. at - ti Published by special arrangement d with Ward, Lock and Co. tc fAll Rights Reserved.) d OHAPTER N XXII. (Continued). When they were gone, Hartwell lay b on his bed with closed eyes, drawing together the frown of his brow with his fingers, feeling that he had never been half so purely and deeply happy s as in thht hour: for as it were, a taste of sweet waters was in his h breast, and a sound of that rhythm, which leaves the creation in a danc- t ing march; he called the old Gissing to him; after somie minutes, and with out saying anythiner held the coun trymarn's h'and in his. 1 While he was doing this, there was a tap at that door of his bedroom which opened into his little laboratory t and study, and in camle LDulaunay, .:ith excited e;es. his hat on his head, and a hand-cel;:cra in his hand, for, ° fresh fromt indoni, he had just heard below, for tho first time. the story if H...
BUANGOR DISTRICT SPORTS CLUB. FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 March 1914
BUANGOR DISTRICT SPORTS CLUB. FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. The first annual meeting of the Bu. ingor District Sports Club was held yesterday, when the weather was all 'hat could be desired, and the attend ºnce satisfactory. A very fine pro. Tramme of events was arranged, and ,he committee, with Mr J. M'Leod as President, and Mr G. C. Broster, as secretary, had all the arrangements 'omplete for the comfort of. visitors mnd competitors alike. The takings at the gate amounted to £2/18/6.: The competitions in connection with seve. ral of the events were most interesting, _nd on the whole things. passed off most successfully. A ball was held in the evening, which .was also well attended. The following is the result of the events decided at the spofts : .Boys Race, under 15 years, 75 yards. First, 0/; second, 3/; 'third, 1/. T. Jones, 1; D. Findley, 2 ; J. Clough, 3. Boys ,Race, under 10 years,:50 yards. First,. 3/; second, 2/; third, 1/.-. W. White, 1; E. te,; E White, 2; O. Griffiths, 3 Girls ...
CENTRAL FOX TERRIER COURSING CLUB. MEETING AT THE RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 March 1914
OBNMTAL FOX TBRIE COVBSING CLUB. , EETING AT THE RECREATION RESERVE. A most enjoyable and successful meeting was held at the Ararat Recrc ation Reserve yesterday afternoon by o the recently formed Central Fox Ter rier Coursing Club. There was a good attendance of the public, the rabbits were a fine lot, and the arrangements throughout were good. The club ar ranged good stakes, consequently the coursing was not confined to local dogs, there beiung visitors and dogs from Beaufort, lIamilton, Ballarat and other places. The following are the results:' Fox Terrier Stakes. First, £7; e cond, £2; third and fourth, 10/ each. D. Morris's Hook On beat Larry Queen. T. liockens' Puck beat R. Sherman's Allen Doone. F. J. Ford's Pistol Girl beat J. O'Meara's Lady Edna. W. Gilchrist's Echo beat F. J. Ford's Gunner Boy. M. Heenan's Kia Ora beat R. Sher man's Offer. :; ' R. Eldridge's Chips beat Jaench"' Irish Lad. R. Sherman's Marvel beat P. Oates' Blue Duck.: Saph's Dunce beat J. Bcfillin's Pella ...
IRELAND'S TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 March 1914
IRELAND'S TRADE. 1ow that so much, public attentior is being paid to Irish matters, it may iflt'rest my readers to know that dur jnz the last eight years Ireland's tradr has risen from 104 millions sterling .t over 1.10 millions, or over 26 per cent lroularlv enough Ireland imports 261. millions worth of farm produce and food stuffs, and only exports about 7 millions more worth of the samo'ar: ticles. The bulk of the home food sup plius is grown in Ulster,. where 50 per cent, of the oat crop of Ireland and 40 I'r :ent. of the potato crop is grown. Thl, significance of these figures, should anything happeil to disturb re Ilt;ons between Ulster and the rest of Ireland, is very marked, especially when it is remembered that Ulster Irtc mt all the flax which forms such a hi?. item in Ireland's trade figures. Ul st., disturbance will mean the feedine of the rest of Ireland from foreign sources at the expense of the British talp:'yer.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 March 1914
GENERAL. . A colliery at Whitburn, in Linlith gowehire;. Scotland, :is' about' to be closed down owing to the' heavy, work ing expenses. The collier employs 2600 men. Reuters: .correspondent at. Washing ton shays that stubborn opposition- lias arisen in the House of Representatives against the repeal of the law which- ex empts American vessels frohi the pay ment of Panama Canal tollss. A peo culiar feature of the situation is that 'Mr Champ Clark, Speakeer Unideriood, anid other politicians, who usually sup port the administration, are now oppos ing the repeal. 'Thie two Australian submarines, with .their escort, the cruiser Eclipse, have left Suez, en route.for Australia, via Colombo. Advices from the Balkans:state that after a four hours' battle at Andrit zania, in Greece, the Epirotes "routed the Albanians, killing 52. A force of Epirotes is marching on Korytza. A disaster occurred on Tuesday at Koepenick. A ferry boat, carrying 22 operatives, was crossing the Spree, when it caps...