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INTERSTATE COMMISSION CONDITION OF BOOT TRADE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
INTERSTATE COMMISSION - CONDITIQON OP BOOT TIRAD?. , EI.IOUIItNE. Wednesday. Tho IntorStato Conmmnsiion today con tinuned the examination of boot mannudn tureren. Arthur Whybrow said that the etnte mont submittled to the Coommision giv ing the coost of production, which had in orased 40 per cent.. wan on the hasls of the number of pairs msade The per euntago should be statedl as 371. rho cost of a fir of boots in 1007 for labor wan 1/5(. nad in ? "it w / per pair. A bettor cla'n of gotod hod been tirned out in recent years. Mr Lmook"er: There must be a fallacy somewnhere. ' Tho Chairman (o nwitnec): InHas not the incrasned cost of production been matte op by the advance cost in price P 'The prosperity of tte industry is indicated by the higher wages paid and tto hitheor ~prices reirved for the manufacturrn or tides P-The proaperith of the mannio turer is not the whole, question, SThe Chairman: We aro not going to finore the quetion of the prosperity of trh manufacturer. I do not ass...
BALLARAT EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
BALLARAT EXHIBITION Atlnough all along the atendanoe at the Exhibition barn been very satisf?ao tory thern is ndiw a ateady increooe per ceptible, an people are becoming more and more aware of the advantage to' he do rived from a visit. Ysterday an oxcnr aion from Beaufort brought in a numbs1 of visitors, and to-day thore will be an excursion from Lintim. To-night there will be a change of pictures. An extra special bill has been arranged for Satur day.o Circulars have already been snt out to business firms An., announcing tug-of-war event, whieh will start on the 26th inst., and which it is expected will prove great drawn. Among local busineasmen who hare pro fired by making exhihits at the Exhihi tion are the firms of Sep Moreo and Co. and the Carey Motor Comlrany. The for mer diaplayed a beautifol abhbot buggv no well as a rubbor-tyre bike buggy. bioth of thnao have abeon somid as an outcome of showing the vehicles at the erxhibition. The Carey Mt?mr Company have sold foul ears. ...
INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIAN TEAM. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIAN TEAM. MELBOURNE. We lnc-day. (hOing to an injuOed klco A. E. .M'on nld, the F itzhop n mt ler tas found it nrccstsiuryr to dtrp ont of the Victorant eleven., which lea?is for Sydney next neck. Tlo selectors. Me.rs E. Mean, P. rPAlister; antd A. Bullis, decided to in cludo F. Lugton, the Northooto player. In the recent inter-State colts' match on Sydney Lugton mnde 68 and 3. and took two wrickets: whilst against New Zealand lost week he made 3t and took two wic iets. lThere is a likelihood of Vernon Rans fool being inellled in the team. lie originlly intended to carry out the doe tors orders and stand down,. but thin afternoon there wero developments which may leand to the ultimato inelusion of the champion left-.handor.
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
OBITUARY Another old-colonist. in the person of Mr Andrew 7'Lcan7 died vsterday at his residence, Little Ilendigo. Mr i'Lean, who was in his 88th year. was well known in the Learmonth and Dow ling Forest district, where lie resided the roter pat of his life. Coming from tland in the r 1854, he made straight for the diggings at Ballarat; hot, being "a eon of the soil," his n-o. tive instincts soon nasserted themelrves. and he turned his attention to farming. Acquniring a farm fromn the father of the lnto Sir William Clark, he iettled down in Leormonth, and was the first to turn a sod on thre, now well-known.- arm, M'Kerrow's Hill. After some years, he heenme the proprietor of the old HLarvest Honme hotel, oi the Learmonth to Bal labrt road. Subsequently he acquired another farm aljoining Lahoin, aid there, withl his family. continued lp to nine years ago, when hie retired owing to bnd healoth tlhrongh injury in handling horses. -His wife predcearsedl him by foer and a half years. He ...
MINING INTELLIGENCE [?]DON ALLUVIAL COMPANY. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
INING INTELLIGENCE O\ ALLUVIAL COMPANY. .IISI.I. UI ?NIs Wednesday. =?,etta*? ?2 ""lltt rll of tll e Poei i• l "] otp""1ar raw Iheld nt the olliee t-day. Mr A. . ira of direltorn, preld?dl. ug tlhe aldopltion of the report, ron mentiuned that drainelae Stisfatorw Ns. y I anti 2 "m ' vetli tol-est branch level ing fill tubCs of wateor. Sincee botl the inofmfin1 water in lhe w.att hod 114 -1 o fully 150 WO " day. they hea elled I tlo' ui e y they ree uteed , ev had all the planto e wo wrk tll property. lie look d coltlelildtY 0 to greet future. w' lvuI, tCll.0 butt this wioo i V 11 u paiil cralls. So fur no l il forfeitedI his shorts. rl I haid blace-sheOet ?ere ad - a late of .oiln detle e lmioSe il ju-r COLtral a spar-wheal broke tvhis will Ihallg up l0 lendad ?,?fyr it weetk. geefs have started to put dowv eome the No. level in the north n; downt on iea fatll otkof t?Oe. h it irported rough gold is li meeting conecmed by the Cr E. M. T'onkin was held at •lg n 'tledaily night for th...
[?]CK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
K AND SiLLUi 7tAItu ETS. IIALARAT. rkit rutlet down quietly yes adl ll 110l6c1 masesc the calls were Cathc.arL Ccntral wre watnli and ; m Langi Legun w?re quot ,3 nlicr at tbo cluec. North ddirid to 5/6, and 151 was paid th Litgi. laufort ueep Lucds th.rn ilhpe were ill good requcl t, .lt ifrcdl for tue- .txtendut. uartz division Scarsdaloe liS /Ic, 1,9 to 1/8 to 2/. Goldec itpc Int 18 to r /31 . Bric4 n -taken rt 26, and North VmeaIt 3;t 1 whie buyers of i.laberrls 1tIt. o/,idnI 7lit. Ajax Central lm,t pa:uinelth of the Daylee nt .a taking place at 10i r at :9. 'l'htiro or ai enquiry tcr hModay at 3'2. Thhe r?cordal d rlosnct rjeottjione wee:- INVIS'T'MI ENTS. ated Zinc, b 271 it 's'ri.t cc, le 3? 28/ A.1. I tAI' DISTRICT. t.b 3/, s 3/3 (it (l.ral, b 322/3, s 33/ art Victory, b 1/I Ilgi .g:. In, b 4/1. s.4/6 lsS:at ('cniltl, h 2/7, s 4/ togaa North, bI 55, a 561, sales Irtan North, paid. 8/9 Logan Souttr, b 148., 15/6, ales Logan South (paid), b/ 1/6 .ngi L?gan. h 16. c 35/3 LeSti ...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
]LI.IIULE M 20illard, s6nrebrker mom Slark lachnuglgn. MelbourneD0 "t, Jlllamrne (telrlphluo 1869), 'I~portw·l tha followinlg onion and RaI~ilway tmpanw. l'rlrllray. , salm -illll Amalga lalllloll Shco, sales ^OAOi; Mel borne .-? I|ric Supply. conold. eokt, alre 331: MIIuali Store sHaes 81/3. Silvo r 'Mines.--llroken ill, tulon T /; Broken 1ill Southl paid, sales -:7/111/ Hercules (G. and S., h I1/3, a 11/6" North BIroken 11ill. h 51/, a 5il, saleS 51/. C iper J s.v--llatnpdon, If 919, s 8/llul, snl ' :/09.1?9/IO]; Sdoiint Ctlhlhrt. I ? 3111li , uRlesO 1,11. 9?ount Lyell, 'W10 91,3, 13 lea .es /; Mount Lyell Becks. bs34, 9S ot;2/.11 S~ T'in Comlnu;i ............ Hill b 81, I, .i; Ilrin.Ise , b 5/, /1; Lode iiil, ; 832, S5'i5 'tC.oulgknh omnpo1tlnN I 57/3, a8 "16 1'onkal; Iarbor,. b 8/8, i 87/; DeooJk, h 13t. n 1 ./3, sales 13/3 WV ot ? LA lnhali n t. m panllm .' - . b lack Ilan r,. 1 ·I, 11, 1r, 11 5?,,, I. It entr;aI, 1/, n1719; I Maro l SLoch,, 7d, a 1 /. Ilnllarat ,n011 Iistrict....
MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. JUNIOR ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY , PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. JUNIOn I ENGLISH. 'Countr" Cnndidates.-.?istinction-No, 2,23. .,2(. 220, 0 8919 2322, -2_,, 211 1333, 2313, 244. 2.59, 1-178, 239S, 2112. 2418, 24210 2126, 24.90, 24.14. 22+'0, 2170, 2.81, 2105, 21i-7, 2910, 2519. 2520, 20, 2559, 25761, 2.582, 2581, 2602, 2625, 26127 2655, 2599, 2661, 2662. 2697, 2710, 2719 25111. 20029, 2931. 2_861. 286,6 2.285, 2103. 2907, 290&, 2913, 1916, o926. 2029, 911 1 2950, 2961. 2966, 2970, 2972.27, 5, 97.0I. 0978, 29s0, '200. 2990, 2995, 6?.?, ,'19 3053, 3056, 3056, 3110, 3112, 3127. 3129, 3131, " 31:2., 3139, 3112, '1146, 3132, 3169, 3177, 3181, :31(S, :1191, 3201. 3202, 925.3 326?1, 3273. Passed--Nos. 2205, 22(6, "210, 2216.' 2217, 22. . 2.M,. 2227, 2"228 222', 2?. 2232 .. 2513. .29.211. 2242, 2213, 2244. 227(7, 2_0249, 2"5,7255. 2257.22 ,?... 2G1 2262, ?.Z63, ?66, 22117 ?9,· °°73, ?-:.21 2280, 2283, 2231, 2337, 7. 211, 229. 2.35, 22 DS, 1009, ^2110, 3175 810. 2.907, 260G5, 2.19 2313, 7314, 3117, 22(0 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
o More MP LINEN. Shirts that are "done up" with Silver Star Starch retain their stiffness all the time. ,m It is an easy Starch to mix, and it won't stick to the iron. Insist on Original Labelled Packages s LVER STAR 4 ARCH e; THE BEST IN THE WORLD I 'agthebral atd, IELEOU t. ýýpf tltaatad Nl~rarltBteiaaiaotb NO'! an COLD BATNS [Yt ·d Nkbt Porter MBMtiY10 ý ·dal attroe. Tr Tariff Moderate T WIMgLAH(. Prow--n WIIO0pN0 6011011 "My littlo boy hnd; ý dpog rnveh very bndRy S " hI Said ,1,ji l rcn eienl5 I'nnpo' to 4, dI ":e m ndori~tn wNiten t '1anytr i ofe avorl rough Inedlicinh+ *hor n thorn doin, h~hm any Rand,~: then I trionl c'hnmberlini e ( tanph ne dy, and hn Rot immeditereief snc than I boon nlmnIn kepi bottle l nlX O Ihlif ud to okýOecno" Sold by all chZmist" · srLepen, ~LSC~ OL: DISTRIBUTING AGENTS G E . L O N G : -L N"A b b o ttr s O : Gheringhap St D.B.S Valveles, 618-24 Hupmobile, Swift, ad Elizabeth SL N. Straker.Squlro Cars. prc ise. STANDARD COMMERCIAL WICLES. "F?g »o. FO...
ST. ARNAUD. ENTERING ST. AIDAN'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
ST. ARNAUD. ENTERING- ST. AIDAN'S. Mr A. B. Pywell, who for close upon two roros rhasi hero asistant to the. Rev. J W Davidson. vicar of Christ Church. tns pa~w.d thie r-o?ren ry examination ot - titling Iim to proceed to St. Aidans' College Ballarat. to noompltto hip studiro for tine nollnitry. Mr rrrtwll will there fore be leaving St. Arnud and district early next month. Mr Tarrant. at prr nent oat lnglewood. will take Mr Pywell's place at St. Arnaud. TOWN CLERK WELCOMED. Mr J. B. Pritchard. the new town clerk. waos lhliely weltomed in then Mnyor's room ht the Town Hall on Monday night, when thcrr woa a reprr sontaltiO gathering of townsfolk. POSTMASTER LEAVING The postmaster Mr T J Mountjoy &nbsp; will shortly be leaving here. and it it considered likel' -. will It totransferred to Brun.owick. Application for the pos- ion of postmaster at St. Arnaud are be- ing invited. &nbsp;
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 15 January 1914
FUNERAL NOTICES MtILLE 1.--The friends of the bite air she AlexndrMer Mi ter are respeltfully invited to folloew his remains to the place of interment, the Ballarat Old Cemetery. The funeral orltge will monve from the residence-of his brother, Mr Itobert Mlil ICer, 49 George treet, Bllarat. East, this d-" "(Thursday, the 15th inst.), at 4 UIAItLE3,S MOtt1iS, Undertake, and Embalmer. 7tt Sturt st. (near City Fi'l Brigade). and 3 Mair t. Tel. 270. U Laught in, iretprietor. E~TON.-- ho frinds of the atote Mr Williau L. A. .lston are respectftully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Ballarat New Ceme tery. The funeral cortege e ll mosy from hlIs late residene, No, 1012 tatir street, to-morrow (Friday, the 16th inst.), at 2 o'clock. CHAIlLbS '`3ORRIS. Undertaker and Embalnmer, 708 Stur bt t (near City Firs Brigadeo), and 3 Muir at. Tel. 270. H. faughlin. roersetor. ~T TIIt'T-NG.--Th friends of r ere A Whiting are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his ...
FRENCH MINERS EIGHT HOURS' DAY GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
FRENCH MINERS EIGHT IIOURS' DAY GRANTED. Tl?eo Chamber devottled this morning's sittilg to theo Miners' Eight Heours ill. and remarkable ntlaniltlty was shown writes tile Par'is eotrpondent of tihe "Daily News" of 25th November). In order to expedito matterls it was agreed to let the Snatlo baro it.s way as regards the excrlusion of the mineral ore and slate worrkers from the benefits of the bill, hbut before the"Iouneo separ ated the Gorvernmnent accepted a nnanui mini resolution inlviting thsm to bring forward, without delay, a measure ex tending the benefit of the bill to the two categories in question. Ai. C'eron, tile Minister for Tabor,. statedl that the Government accepted the new text of the commitee: 60 Ihours' overtime a year (so against tne 20 hours origin ally propored by the Chamlbr ats altered to 130 by the Senate); and A suarter-of-an-hoyr's overtinle for cotinig to the surface (as against half all hour). It. aures remarked that it was high tinme for P'arliament to re...
COUNTRY NEWS MINERS AND HOSPITAL QUESTION OF CONTRIBUTIONS. STILL UNSETTLED. ARARAT, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
COUNTRY NEWS MINHERS AHD HOSPITAL QUESTION OF CONTRIfL-1PIONS. STILL NSEIJTLL" D. ARARA.T.. iThuraaL. Negotiaton bectween the opitptta L aun mitseem and the Minet"' .?tu;ciun re - f-tH.lillt tit rate of ci tiIhtiittl to the ilctttclron haex e.tendeJ over ¢?vel Netth?. ad the llettiOel w ete reopeed? on '.tteL.y eanlm?. ebeti .. del-putltn ut~latlalng of thte Minar-" tliteel, waitel. upon thb, lioepi?tt Cemmlittct. er ,i. R Lalntatan (pretideut oi the AraaLt F..Lt,.\.; recmtrkt.d that tihe teo bcdieu hbd hbn at tegIeCrhut' for" t,' l tme. hbut he did ant kllnt wJlly. They had ertten precpels to makle, which he, Ltped wulhl I' -ltrn c uld,-deet?l. i Mer or.hy vrt!t ry't Thetr is one thingh he w hld lik.. to +e" ,,leriI uip. Some time ago thet.y tok a bal!ot whrther their nmce.ar'c cillllid cintlthutbe to tne It.eplt-l ptwi'dcd tllrhey rtctnil rr.tlc to pet cntwti ne . 'rhe ?c nit- l of th at t - lot cece ahrcle maUo ti-i" Involr ne eoln tributag. abnt It -.i adtdhbtedl r lllLder -itot...
PROTECTION FOR BATHERS. A SUGGESTION FOR BALLARAT PEOPLE. QUEENSCLIFF, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
PROTE~CTION FOR IIAIhXRS. A SUGGESTION FOR IIALLAJRAT PBOPLIE. QU13NSOLIFF, Thursday. In connertion with the movement to roido life-saving cqnipment on the 'ahen at QoanscliIf. 'Mr J. Noake, who is taking a great interest in the matler, Mnggrein heat an Ballarat ieople are lar gely reprenented at Paint Loneihaho every sear, they ight lfeel inclined to noinst y foreneading enlxeariptions or arranging a llaiharat fondI to e rdnlabhished. In viece of thin font that a Blallarat resident narrowly neeanped losing hii life in the tragedy nf 1_ dayn ago, thi saggestion heould appeal to them.