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THE GENERAL POSITION. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
i'llt: NCQ:NSI:ll. POSITION'. .IOIItANNDtSBURO, Th ur.lay. l .lnhltion nln ng the tineir^ onl thle n t icate h.hot n.ny lnior phow ',,ý,.hx I¢illnlI?wd to cotr out. " ý ,m will tiruord. h? t tl.dny is ti :,ý.t tiioe. t Will o t hou whetherC ,, are rrlollpding to thu n~lrd?r ·,,, Ihlralioin or tot. Wlrlntsdny ' !th?o arre.?l If p?ronsla not t? ,ý l'r.r,' 11. 1 i sotill isolated, and slln. snor mcar i tllowerd to go any '.:a.. tainerr theO Iltergroullll ILen artr ',:= 0,i. t %I therr. thre underrrottttl ts worikingtt, 1nt outnly tht o?loreo rt r h-l llis?,. III sOlttllt. llttllltt titI ,nt both, ottt fursr utd tattndrgruttod o llil will li tmorotdefloro tltt n~nn.
BOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
npl ýS ver P ui(Ii MARKET. elsie` Trieesrrco .I.tcl.ti ro bosis, tielbourne do is 3'iO f. and 'Pollard.-Acsoctation mint uooatioo tor thrau ito ±.18/, and urt .d8/lt too of 2000 lb dolivor .illibng, g ,rol to prim e. 109 to o he.vy feed, 1/8 to 1/11; poor, .-Prime,. nominally 4/. .--Malting Chevalier, up to 3/16; aig21 to 2,'3. --Siol, . 13/5/i; prime. ±]3"2/6; 3; me.dium, Irom .../l0/. ail SLiw.--Stangocr lha, up to manger sleaves, .t3 to -l5; chaff r. 331 to 43/, Iccording to quali tortan slraw, primo 357, ox rail, 416 delivered; Tasmanaan. up to lharf --Crrmenrs, ?.lO1 to ±.4/151, ally higher; l'inke?es, .±3]/ to oren easioiully asokng higher. .-l'rices irronillar frons .7 to f.o.b.. in soome quartora lip to 68, I in othlers. -Ordinary. 7Il. snsd fairly cool ,l; prrvato lots and noe-laid uto t,101. slod few special lots Th an now-laid to lid; sluck egs, e.-Good to prime new, 5d to ihtly flavornle, O; medium lower: semi-matured, to 7d, all" ;!d: matured, Bid, occasost ght/r higher...
[?]TORIAN DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
OIAN DAiRY PRODUCE IIAIIKE'P'. 1T. Thursday,. m Rua. Little Collinsstreat., re rese: Market crlntnues ruthor all side, with quotations ualclang previous reeaet. P'rimo mellow iaws raliswl froam. 8d to lid; tawel Od to 7d. prime nrw mtakc] with a few swpecial brands toucth ott; prime loaf siles suitable for Tran 5ljd to 5 d. Oat of rondi iltnoer ttualities lower Iriceca. Th de.landl rtuled good for ooal r-Sale trade for ali primo qtca at alt.omlary and heated lots II of sale. We quotae chloircest at Id pler Ib; prime to lchoice. lil di t otI to gooml, Ofd to l6l; laier t wlimet mparatlor, 1d to lium l goaid and storekeepers' . edl tn 8tOld; out of coadition ror qualities lower. Eggs:o Sup rl far; ordinary storekeerers' r~d "'. p rl docean; special re rrs. A d to 9d p rivato lines, Iy-laid 161d per doyn. Poul Il for'warded to ronstituents on n, Good srtpplies; dlemtttd r all prime clases; smaull and Schlirketns ,are not nwanted at and ar difficulllt to quit oven at 5isrt. l'rimsturkey...
CABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S] THE RAND STRIKE REIGN OF CIVIL WAR. TRADES' HALL ISOLATED. SURROUNDED BY POLICE. INTENTION OF LEADERS. PREPARATIONS FOR DEFENCE. JOHANNESBURG, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS " - L tt VU T¥.JJ's THE RAND STRIKE IttittN 01 CIVIL WAIt. 'ItAI DtS' IhAl.l ISOLATED. dUIUtiOUNDIll II" POLIClE. INTUN'yIOIN OF-- I.f2DIIlA.' tlI.A't'ILIToNI, JO' D]EP"NCfl. JIllA NN.IS tUIiU O, lrdnialloay. :l Illlrtt t andl IurleleXn a stAt ol w.LT oat.,IS In.~lohatnolltbrg. At the f etdhlintg ihoaervt wuOro l eolulnond ,by eolls ill h w mi 0 f.h tne clatter clanljigf moontel eonsotableo toking •µ?Ilsii ,n Cndn?p II occasional woLrl ry tIet I'eliog pdo.triati who has "h1 Iltle1"itIt CllC rmphoMlso the ,`trlg;gly of this .ccno of industrial ri ilt 't' dlt oIi ro lt or r 0t It, tI 1q olll determintd to resist ', r .lg Ill t . 'to .11 the hothttultn. utot Seolntptetely isolatingf th'o hall, jo g, 10:l0,t,;to, 1thtt the police a0 yet 1l0n II riiigll the Labor la-rterc. Ightl,. wasLter o nd toae. t i,. Il , ti Lt oIr. Tile Idofender *,hrlU mht it' th e place 00uln e ,.,. 'I(ll'iy gi hahve ltml bIraul, ,I ,. 1'1'iy' old.' orh.tloi, riOf what the interior 'b It h~lli"i I onp'...
[?]NANCE IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
A ic IN NEWV YORK. "rl ' mail adv over th cpen I l",t Illt nth. ullrina thatn :"Iy nlt.+ wro normnl, It haul - i nI I: 1 ,0 bnking-position f !Un nIllnt·rially impaii" al " Nn\rmlr; thanw mmn, jnn, nu "rptlrl wlnn 111n rMnnII at nn nctal snrpIhn hand been wiped ouat and a email deficit ctabliellc l.( Some collment we'awuuaed, howeve?, by bm f fact t uw t t he loa n aa ccul t was r eu ced l by abuit t.t O;i.tihouagh Ifroal thie pr,. Isnratm is maulde for the lt December . that tewald hlave bn .a i.t? rebeteed tht t lero. wuld this aeen ao ttieeeek'e' oparations welld hav beren distinctly advcrse. Its there ana nlieadyI a decline il asaIl hidolding co .t~i itlitfit This etlantie, reelearkcrI**UluI*$ hieeiew, of 11th I)ccem ber, retiochl in pert thel substantial tralnfers of currency: to the I'acfie coast and the teat?n withl. drel?nls of goldt for shipment to tCallll?tld, whiob, onning aRt it time when importtnllt diebuaroemenlt were ecewitated, colrlt. buted to Ule sharp aulvnce to 1...
CITY LIBRARY AGAIN CHIEF SECRETARY TO BE PROACHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
CITY LIBRARY ACAIN CIIIEF SECP1, 1'1\i;'Y 'II t I?luclna in th?e inn, with by the T''r a, Lo Iat night waya iIt," .. Council etating it d t r.?v of all the facts, Uls , ' 0hoi iHokt-attu G.1 :L," 1n", l Mlr liarri o )':n .? l Poor g hingto ;.:d ito tih,.. . the accuracy of tlie hrti".; _ rary. '!'hotda h h t rrlletr to count per d.,?he't, a ,, " litroot I0i' Thoe isuiited n th Itirtr t I,, and t.30 p.m., and duvet'-' t ?.. nine pmrstlta.enter?. h it, way nhorn of the avrrr;. n'utd part of the day h :,i , the hu?itt part of (the i.. i ad raid there was n la. .tlr W. IlarrL.on : 'Il ,..; ,,1 - '-Ur· J. en tholglh. Mr .. atrio:. It tytUh Ilace wa o', a" tlaeres . ehot tlat (u., ;ihi I.brary mut be i tr,.hotui' , irTlber. T''i patlri?,n It, i err filthy dirty, an alt L, on top th'y .? thn.r?r ,I,: G' was a disgracety to mnlIlibli In h1 iper. it the frin reTi, t. they pramtlli0d part ill to I:, tine removed and t ,t, ,th q. tahor Councril) had "I s-d aal alloning then to ic ili?i. it ihr...
COTTON BLANKET MANUFACTURING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
COTTON 1LANKlyT MIANUPAC TUIINU. Tho devoloplorit in cotton blanket man. fnactunring. by whic a nnol nap ald a thick Ifelled appoarunco is given to faIbren rdis elntirely of cotton, in reprtenl tin have led Ino a widoopraad inereane iii the IaO and prediction of merehandlise of thin clan. .OUringl tire Ipst week. Srmarkil a recent iroe of ")ulln' Rtevinow '), a New liedfeld concern, that wnea a pioen.er in thle busintnc oa Ureiniun? a nsublttiatinl in. rive in its ca ital for thle urfii of incerr.. inc its prlant, and the odtet and largest cotton bhinket mill in this country an. nonnced a completely ndld-up condition for the winter eNason and a pltrprn of mnaterinlly adding to its eouipmntll. n that iti product may be greatly enlarged rfor next ynee. Similar developmenta re Ibeiog noLted atroad, p?rnrieitu ly in lier. rny. 'the hicgh price of pore wooe ilan. keta the limited llpplics of rwool for hCe world's needL, tile very geenrol adoitliril of loen heating planos in nll horie, et...
The Ballarat Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1917. FRIDAY, JANUARY IC, 1914. This holiday a aun. like all its predo roeors, has taken tragic toll of the bathers who "blooded to the open and th sky"' have dotted the coast4ine with merry pleasure parties. The homes which have sad nmemories of summer holi days are too numerous to coaunt. Be sidw the bereavements families have oau tred in the deaths by drowning it has lren our sad duty to recone. the State has suffered serious looses in the eztinc lion of useful lives, in the destruction of good eitizens. With the hereaved we all havo deep sympathy. 'he State has bnmething more to think shout, how ever, than oundoltnce, merely. And it behoves the State to gnve thought to the matter and devise means to obviato the pn-rntable loss of life. Put ce.n on the very lowest plane of tht valu of each adult to the State the matter n?lts at tention, thxerus no countltry should tacitly uncur in the dettrtttion of n-tful linet by taking no tep,. to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
~4rp7W4&Z O-WIDEBJXL", TO 'TNTEJ R, A-ITD E TIIIIS' O.T.E. CORNER. TRAM TERMINUS. PONDEROUS HALF-YEARLY SUMMER SALE COMMENCES, TO-DAY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. s going to be.the Grandest Bargain Rattle BLllarat has yet seen-a Jolly, Romping, and Rollicking Sale of Drapery, all Marked to Clear Out at SDouble Quick Time. Got Your Money Together, and be with us at Nine o'clock sharp. U C0 0 U- x- O UPONS. CO U.P ON 8, CQUP pN S. BEAUTY'S FAVORITE The artiolo which eoele all otbers in improving the beauty of the skin is n terally and deeerondly buaty's favorite. Phis hase been tho acknoledoged and hionorned povltion held by loars' Soap for nearly 120 yea.e, It won end hkl main' tained that lPooion by virtue of ts cnempleto purity, and by tile poicnsion of tbese slo.al emoollient properticeswhich ohten, refine, and mpart atural color to the skin. No other seeP POWe r tht?o qualities in such a preminentr do' gre P a EARS' Matehless lor the i omplsdas. IMPORTANT NOTICE, TO WOMEN 31s 3f....
[?]ARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
tIA 11 V VI01.1't''AE DAIRY ,lThurdLay. .il Chamnberlain reportl:--lu? i•j'e factor), prints. llid; lump,. 1 p. r aI.Lntor. .L to d1; (lairy ,1 J"btacon;: Sides, 1ll; lin - la ,. 1,:1. 1loney., kl to 3?d. 1 hid, ,ý 1 Old to 71d. Onions: S 1jili. I. New po ll, uy f cbro n, .£3 to .05/101. Ii' and Cto. (lateo 'Garegor r 1:-llter: P'rimo fanctory pI . lip nlod; dairy. 8dt; cpa • ? : - lto lod. Itr"n : Sides, i' nIrih'll^. 1 l; hmBs, 1/31. Lard. ,Wy, t!io 3Jd. ChLccs. 7id to
HARVESTING AT LISMORE FIVE BAGS TO THE ACRE. LISMORE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
HARVESTINC AT LISMORE FIVE BAGS TO THE ACRE. 1.IS11 PFE. Thnr-day. Farmnrs contrin to makenl prlgre pin t.:p.png. and the ham of tle harvn - tr wi.l holl he rlnrrrt for the r.r;tot. From pr.aent indcatu n t aFr th r this dittrit for wh,-at will he rather ?ver than under five h.?t, to the acre. When the awheat has bee: cart,! in, a.tvan.tag il no dnubtr I,?e taken of the quek-tri? pineg rn aan tn do a -nl.dderhiae amount of ntmmmnr fallowing. At thi .lnrn:,e a! Cr .f. L. Clrri.r, the amprdarn Shire ('lnattnl hao wnilri to put a trrnr.tl and han.-plrp on the Chain dam..bnt a atte frim the. town.|hnp. Thin wilI he of grrat earnnnca to whert cartrs. and wllII tetd to rneere trhe watr in the d.amn.
DAIRYING AT DERRINALLUM FACTORY TO BE BUILT. DERRINALLUM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
DAIRYING AT DERRINALLUM tCI'TORY TO BE BUILT. DERRINALLCM.[ Thurodty. Tinte int..resýd in the dairying ochenme. mtr to deal with the artnelni of a?-bcm: tion in connectiun with the formnation cf a butter f.?tory- company. ]tenos [I. Alan Currie. .r.L. Carrie, J. A. Ma cnoerhir. D. . fmanc. SIL...., and V.. Oman wren aeppeintnl provt-ional dirre-, torn. Mr Crawlry. the architrect. gavee -n retimat-'of theranct of rcting the factory and a manapfr's emdrnrr. It it probable that ')( shOar e will Ibe ianed Ilnstead of .1500, the number agrred upon I at a previnou meting. It is hoped to have te factory ereCted aPdt readV fop telpnlior hby the end of MaT. Th enm mtt.e suhaenetly tinitetd the Oltt of the prlperd faetry,. erhirh i cfoer t, he railrway .tation. The sor I an ideal one. and in I n1 ae. wr;la acquiredrl fmm the rhairm?n. Mr R. Alan Currie. at the lowr prien of .15 per ato.re.
NOTORIOUS POACHING GOD [?]POLUNDER CAUGHT. ROCHESTER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
NOTORIOUS POACHING COO :1-ittri..:DER CAUGHT.?' RoCITfSTE.II. Thtrolay. Falling a prey to its voracity. a aod ;1 lbh n weight ha? lt-n cacght tlhtr?ughi iirmtitlg a brea?a ttheredt nto the Mttr try by too tfaralirs lte.stdowno . heefoea Vikebeii aud Sheare. ho Ihad endeti the' hare,?e t.7n with a fishingI exersion. -,sn Victker, and Shearer were ang htata ons the river bank when they sar the ao d?r?nrtiag on thb sorfsae of the eater nrear awhre their linres wre plattd. bl'hv aft-r-warsi tetherled lea.r the sptt' a 4-lb brem they bad caught. it. order to beep it alive till theilr reture in the .orninaia. On aeing to pill op their erap ire. th fod toa hal t tht hig iad haod eaiw.dl it. it L a as al rstself caught through its voracity. 'the raptr n of this fish has eotedrt •oult .atirtasttion to the prof.. ioaai Lihtr'mn In the vicanit.y, for the rod oa r on of the nlmast artful pancher. of teehited 1th in the river. Mia.ly a fite ul ras taken off thel fi?ierm slins at night, leering o...
COUNTRY NEWS ARARAT BOROUGH COUNCIL REORGANISATION OF OFFICES. ARARAT, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
SCOUNTRY NEWS ARAFAT BOROUCH COUNCIL fEOIIGA.NIST!TON 1OF OCFICES. . I.iT, "rhurml,,y. On pcm]n|nc c?.'ln, :t pp.cal mzeet. tinh of nthe* or k;tuh komi t wasy helld t, mnsiifr thP , l : tuilit"l f narramginn the pnii :ol? now hehI| il the tliurmi oi Cthe atelllll ; a, to itih .speun, ullu any oir-mi thlt miii n.t h rhtqlin mlo Itndte tl tntllnlr u nthodl of 1?uli!titli..i'.l| to ih the alaries aud call for apphe::lttrno lot nn" now oufire.r? that mayh beI rIqiht.lI "ih.i p u~iini , were f r athe*r p" farted ' harhtl, mr, and tethu wer. fre quent interlotuxous. tho ilnuio.z p T l- rn il c imn front T r i, lriht t Imply .dvic:d- "WVhen n nmn loon. a eatll hir .htllim lii towi,i" to cplldti ulmtelf. Iti mot. want to rilh nip lalc.. mty c ki. I think ll wiill indt It; is asF thiel; at. vars. " It r Iiipc', nnutana prinnril m.pn-n hi.i fa.ri th,, i- ....t u i n nitithn'i [ )t aimalgamat theiniiiiii iii huin cirrit en thu, a,.nI-ilrt. ind .tii. atll/i ihnt .ini a m.t.tnt he.inilllPiid.' t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
SILVER STAR STARCH The d,- t.i.t "Silver Star" Starch makes its pp-r ,, n your Irundry 1wil Le day of relocing. LET IT BE NEXT IRONING DAY. "Silver Star" Starch wn'a stick to the iron-makes ironing a joy. =, Insist on I ,7 IOriginal Labelled Packets, JANSEN'S FIRST H A.LF-YEARLY SALS NOW ON. FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. NOW ON. :FOLLOW THE CROWD THAT DAY AND YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF AT JANSEI AFTER BTX MONTThS OF WONDERFULTLY P( SPEIROIS BNUSINT.. J AND R. JIANSBN ANNOUNCE TFIREPR PfRST R ALP-YFARLY SUNLiEr S.AL. TI NOTAB'LE SIUCFS, OF THEIn OPElNING SAdL WILL ) ECLIPSID BY THIS ONE JANSEN'S POSSESS THE GREATEST MAGNET OF ALL-GOOD GOODS AT ZERO PRICES 'WATCH JANSfd'S WINDOWS. THIT WIJ. TATI K 0 THIE SPIF;NIDT) VAýLUi INSIDE. PRICES CUT TO THE LOE&T TIN EVERY DIPARI?IENT. MANY LINEKS GCING AT IT UI.L-PRICE NsEW s?nLsoN'S GOODS AT WHOLESALE ECOST COTUPONS GIrVEN ON ALT PUPJCHASES. GOODS CARE?TLLY PACKICD AND CARRIAGE PAID. Still the Old Address-J. AND P. JANSEN, 321 SHOPPEE SQUARE (Just ...