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AMERICAN ARMY AIDS TO EFFICIENCY. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
S AMERICAN ARMY . AIDS TO IEFFICIENCY. . WAStIINO 'O , Wodn?olmy. Major-"Oeralr Wood (chkf of the gono rl.otnff of the Army) i0 . pIopoOeO to placn t?le Unltedl State Army in a roe sonableo Iato of prnnndoomi for rP.a. olt?noto the ~; tbiaiihmt of a trained rservre, the tAongtlheniing of tile artit Iery arm, oand the cIrmtOO of Ltroo cool plerta ttitnl Infantr Ivalsions. Io almr advocatl ithe olimination by legiolatinn of nil unfit ofliren atnd moll, preserring only -thore rwho are .,llieint.
AVIATION RECORDS SINCE 1908. MILES FLOWN AND DEATHS. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
AVIATION RECOItDS SINCE 1908. MJ1.Es FLOWN AND DEATHIS,. P-- ITIS, Tlhurs?ny. Rilhard I.Dr 'agVant a.tiwlttot that in 18 1000lo milsm ware flown, and thereo wa oly oid lhath,. In 1104 there were 50 uvilnloI, 27.500 nlleR wer flrwtl, and there wore three drniats. In 1910 there were 51 aviator, 600,09 tiilw? c wre flown, and thero ,were 20 dethe. In l0lI thlr we re 400 *Ovltorp.2,000,000 ii aweuwre Sawn ad tOle wer e aura 78 drath. In 1912 tlher were 1000 aviatlors, 1211 milllon ndileu wore lown, and thoro were 160 deatnh.
TRADE COMMISSION DEVELOPING NEW MARKETS. INADEQUATE SHIPPING FACILITIES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
TRADE COMMISSION DEVIELOPING NEW MARR.ES. INADEQUATE SHIPPINO FACILI TIES. LONDON. Wednnudny. The Domninions (Empire Trade) Cromnl sion heard furtlher evidence in "olndo to-day. Mr .tustin Wilo.n, who is eonnectanl with tlhe numagnement of the lfull-lamarne ley rnilwnay. and who cneatly paid a visit to Australia and New Zealand, ad roratnd n regular steaumhilp srvice to develop now mnarkets In Egband. no ro romnmondod that oa moderate suhside shouhld I- gentei by the Overseas' Do minions iitercenlted for at least a year, or nntih tn servin benclame seif-paying. Mr It e.n-Jl.oumon, general manager of tin. Part of lrietml, teltified as to the il?ad uanto itramship som'ien to Aumtralila and eow ZalIanod. lin added that New Zealand and other overna' oountrimre had ankel for better facilities for trading with the large areat. which was diretly servel therogh llristol. ''he?o blue-lke havre beran ianenl ron toingle the ovlenree t1knee byn the Comn, nrist i rnAnnitralia amnd NA- Zealand. O...
SENCHENYOD DISASTER CONCLUSION OF ENQUIRY. EXPLOSION DUE TO GAS. AND PURELY ACCIDENTAL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
SENCHENYOD DISASTER CONCLUSION OF PNQUIRY. 1]I'LOSION DUE TO GAS. AND PUItS)LY ACCIDENTAL. S LON?)ON, WedneELtay. Tue enquiry into thlen Senghenydd col llery dislntetr was roIncluledl to-day. Un doe? the now Mininge Act the inwovntigeaten cus held bv the Urhief Inspector oe Ccti liereo, with whom oat two nce?e"-lc ene roeireenting theo ouner and the olher thfe nmines. ''he verdint wae that the dientec- wan eetirdl accidental. 'The eolliery wan ivf;Erly ventihcstl, and was properly in jeeŽteln on the morning of the explohon. taurtherinore. the number of ex alrilfuo wrc edilecqlte. 'Thn expl inon enn duo to gas fe.e lb rcoal duet. lThe cloenncing of tho •flnore and rondo hed bemn enetenmtic. hat Ithe Court on Enqilry rnroclenrdecl the pcoying of moreo :atcntion to the rofs and aides. It airho irgl tint Ilome Office to enden vor to find a solution of the dust plhb ieee. The Court was unanbie to locrte theo ori gin of the expolon, bat the prelmendr aneo of evidence tnad enabled it to ti...
13,000 HOUSES DESTROYED. 7000 PEOPLE MISSING. VIOLENT EARTHQUAKES. TOKIO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
13.000 HOUBS1S DES'ROYED. 700 rPEOPL MIISSINc . VIOLENT fLI'L'PIIQUAXI00. 'TOK'O, Tf'hrsday. T'lh -ret aide of tihe vulcno blow out loot night, and flame and fire belhecd out furiously. .horrible cone haveor Ifen eunrtedl in the affected clistrilts: :3.000, ione-n havo beenr duletl y?d \ tend 7000 vxple .are mi,?ing. l.ooest ndvlioes Mato that ?.e doomed city is bluck with smoke, bruoken by an occanionau flicker of tlnme. lThe ITy is tovetrl with Inov. Some fugitivte lfet fheir way in the smoke and were aufieo cited. 'lhe eaurihqhakee oe mhbiding. but the rumbling continues. Six h.tdmll houen oollar alcfter one violent corth quake. lThe shaking of the earth was so great ihat it woas impotiblo to walk upright,
MATERNITY ALLOWANCE ALLEGED FICTTIOUS CLAIMS. CHARGE AGAINST DANIEL WINTER MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
MATERNITY ALLUWANCE ALTfiODn lI cI"T?IOUS CLAIMS., CIIA.tIM AGAINST DA.NIIIL WINTLRt SIELIOUIfLtB Thorodoay. Great intorect was takelin tho echan Teilct Daniel \Vinotet in Ihe City Colrt lo.ctay, under the Maternity Allowan Aet, owic g to tiloe factl tat ain n lhrse etim 0g0 ho rh c a iectrom ci tody t t the court just aftor ils name had beet hlled,. i1c rcnintird fele for nearly three enolthe, blt wec eventually RIoe triad anti ccplL?ctr ill the bush car .lcoreoa a. Mr Meorley appeared for til, tir??cution, bht t\Vinter was not repro e'tied by trunrel. Ot the Information of Dot Villtian , ,inter w.? ciharced with having prcen het t othe C'ocmoissioner for Maternity Allowanoccs ol 19th Deeenlbcr, 1912, i. ce'tilicato purporting to be that of a mid ito ino respect of the birth of Alio. .ay tlntonaehte. of a fecmale ehild, which itocemnct waci falo in thalt it purported to Ib sigtned r bMary Anderson, omaon's tlars. of l'ciington street, St. ltltla lherraa it was not igkct by heicr. t...
PATHE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
PAT.II'S PICi'rTIS. lO fin oxoluive j tnO , "'lli Lif for, Ilia feporr' and .'Riso of Oflofor 17.' "oro selmnw forr ti i lret tie lt nioiht at the Alfred Itall. Th. first deleiox n' incident in tile arerorf NoOlIlon;' th feunod dr with flue gnlieg.o 000x Of New York. A xotr ronmwir 'rio t, formation of Dal," e.ael s olhlrieiue of lnorguter. levery ch.ild atterndin the tin, n tlo-uormn ee wl 1 Iervo il bag of lollic hav n cauue of ouiunn llfg roul Gd to 26.
WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
\VTST'S PICrUn·.L-. Tho cinnlmo hao tackicdl sotne'nmbitiol slbject ? of Into years, and in, no direc ioo !las greater oaccss been achieved than In portroayin the dr?lnatisation of Ifamousnovels. ?arhon wall done, thcso prodlctiDons aore ast valnable aids to a right 'nderstaodiilg of the books which lorm tie sutbject of the filns, and aro anesrbhngly tnteratting aLso to those .whmsO first, aqgaintanae with thena it i~ thete pocatorial repleseltiiona. In "The Lst lays of Pompii which is now bting ashown at the ThittTl by WVest'a Picturetr nothinag h;o een omttttel that wvnllh hirint to lifo tile scnes no rapltically. describedt in -to inear Lyttona fanlous novrl. Tl'e scenery), tie cos tumIIs, oalt the acting are ail of tio high esat caas, atd last night'o atdience, weiech etoldn its first primaartion in llhillft, oat entrnttlecd as tht'atory warn unfolded, wtile the. taol t-rritlh trnl?gY: of. to oultotlrt aof. Vevios was thtriastc'rpkn'o oa imnaoterpieco. 'lh'is picture was tr' ear...
AMUSEMENTS COLISEUM PICTURE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
AMUSEMIENTS COLISE?M' •I'fCT'UR. PALACE. One of the most thrilling wild animal pietnree screened for a long tiime paILt was shown at the Coliseumt last nighl i: "The Tiger." It is one of the Vita graph Co.'s best, and that meoans a gnlat deal. There is not a situation in it that does not hreatlhe sensationalislm, and ian miost of thei .the spectators ars held spelllhaind in an:ticipation of n:oitlilig terrible. whichl dilly alllleln oin lore than lonei ocrcasion. It is starlling in its realisnm, aldl as it is thel first fila oln tile prlnriammo toelie who wili to see it slioulld lie in their seats early. It ls el lowed ioniarliately hb tIo big featuro lilm. "The Sea Eternal." This is eeen tiallyy a masterpieee. It deals with tie mnoehintioals of a fisb buyer. lwho varies tho tllium of endeavoring to set-luro the cusiolm of lisicrlo be y offering niore ihta od-estanlislhed finns can ailord with maltig love to thie wnife off onl o his ls lomers. 'Therre is a rr?ene with the lill hand,...
VETERAN STAWELL CITIZENS CELEBRATE DIAMOND WEDDING. STAWELL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
VETERAN STAWEL[-CITIZENS__ CEL]EBRATE DIAMOjND WEDDING, STAWELL, Thni?doy. Mr and Mrs Janmes Williams, of \Vim none street. Stnawell, had the distinction of celebrating their diamond wedding yesterday, whien the members of their fanmily. cnmprising 12 children,' together with their grandchildren and great-grand. children, were present. olth hanve played a prominent piart in makinig history and since their arrival in Austlralia have re sided in various places, and nlways won the respect of residentsl. Mr \Vi'llims is h0 years of ape, and lira Williamns 78, so that their joint ages nc"regntle 158 years. Mr Williams was born in'CorswaeIIl in 1851, andl arrived in Adlelnilde in 1849, set. tling ldown switlhl his widowed motlher and fniile at Burrs Buarrs. South Australia. imrs Williams, whoso maiden inlam was Elizabetih Snger was ales born in Corn w sll in 1836, snd when four years of age arrived in Adelaide by the steamer lava, afterwards removing to IlBrra Burrai aine. On the breaking...
BALLARAT EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
.BALLARAT EXHIBITION Still the attendance lit the nxhlibittn coutltotu to incresoe; aid yesterday tlio numboer were dwelled by everal visi tors; who caln by excursion fromi Lie ton. " A poultry-dressintg detioostrotioi yeterdayby #lio Govoerllulent exlert. Me hlurt, was very socessful.i ai ll there oere also nlay deeply interested in the buLttr-oaki co anld .nllk-to?Lting. l'oul try-ilsrsae ilq demonstratlios ore to be given on 'l lloedeys. Thlurslhys, nlld-SlSt urdays There oill ha a change of llle ti 'es ' to-night tfrot. Lh. oaltdor erleon le?s, aind a slecicl bill it . plepared t or Soturilao' noilaoseueont. l.U?ot elltrics are nlllticllapalted for the tog-ot-war coin ietitions hliclh are to Ie ltarlled shortly. As Itollarat is tih eetr lrii of ht ioost nillortlnt itotoat-ioirowilg distriot il tllis Statr, the pa;oto exhribit soull be of partclrutr telrest to tite great mlajortty of tie iptreni, of lthe l:xhil tioli. In it are shoenl i ltloe lndoe l cOiaioesct taldlrd Frndo ra s...
GOLD RUSH WANTED HOW MINING BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
GOLD RUSH WANTED HOW MINING FNI?EFI'I'S. WVhot Aotkiraia watmA justl now is an othor ?oootionnol dIisovery of gold (soay hllo "Standardof ?mnpire"'. S|o wats to checo oto anot?ter lotlarat or Kol goorlie.' 'That would me0an all ismrh of l0ndrdla'- of: thouandla of exeitod atiners Even in the riohgst of auriferol coon Sy 4(only a vory small proportlion of the iggorm'"ao Ouieofu.ll. eot 0 one mnn in twenty doy tU Ip 44llge490.1 the golden gul. lies of Bllalarat nndOfndilo. The others too to thr soinl for a hioinf, 4and they an04 thir 0ons miko ip t41o balk of the Pra0tp4 us, farm0ing ceomnu.oly in Vic torli today. - They found that ogrioul trro, itf leos Oecitilng th0 tile qu4t of gold, w 0? more4 aured tnd in the long run a lbettr industry. It ?I?s tiro 4nlo il tWool AnslOtlta, whnre hllndred of mi4ers tulnnd frront Kagfootrle and4 otoher rih fields to 'll rpto trionl~tlnrl expae f o whlch called for notiloicnt. Holwever, even without geIat s4w gold diecow40rir0 , Alutralla to now at...
YACHTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
YACHTING NOTES (Ily "?Lo lo.") The fimt ot vent for the Mllrray Cop wal sailed on Itkao Wendunrne lIst a tirdny. A stit -, ouitlh-wtrltl windI bliew on oiitattllg tile nmajority of lbats hoing under r stoln-rth. 'PTheo folowiilng tens laretd:-i-l ritoni ((ent .1:'. Paen.ew), mar; Valkyrie. (t:"r t J.. Jii., Elieeer) .e i; Vla tbeej T(t. hll (t .i rain.; Arewn (i'apt Iu'trei-on 5 nmi., ]lonlnieo Atnie.(Cnapt .1 Nerthey?. i n).; Aerosipiio I. (Clapt iI. \Vhite). 9 aia.lirnrowlneg (CIel t N. i-yhtwiebl,, II mini'.; (,?ygnPL (Cu at .I;. I)acric,,. 15? rin. ihinr-iiinueiodoro ? nieyott ,nIIl the bhnte olf toe a goel start. Tl'e nalkyrie, cr ryJiig, ler aennl eonepf.tionntli ;nrll. was th1 ln-t to blow' ntt. followed by itin.a 'rtlle?o two n boom Iba l itrllnrl ttllt fit?t euoy, folow?ni-by iBrilon, Ieonnie Atnnie, nd t)ronewinog. .At theo nmmumceine nt of the leond rdnul' the "piittone werer iu?ii.etxl, though t 'in the eat-tp to the (atlens tIny the Donnie Attnnle niid iret eingaei. thn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
It's all nonsense fot anybody to say that the public don't know when tea is good value or' when it Isn't-you've only :,,' to note how Robur has "catught on" to be convinced on that point-the customers sL2ythey like it because It has adi tinct flavour-but the tnlth is they prefer It because it is good valute -to my mind no tea in the place shows better value for the money. And that's why there's more of it sold than all the others put together. I've had a lot' of experience and I've ttled hundreds of times to get my customers to take other teas-and even now, when a new tea comes along, I get a little of it and push it out with the hope that some of my customers will like it and use it instead of Robur - because theree's so little profit on Robur --but they don't seem to stick to new brands for long they always o back to Robut. and I don't blame 'enm, I reckon the No, 2 arade, Is good falmly tea, but the No. I ade is the tea I would buy I were you, 7k, agar,e 'aci L3*~ 0CC A pPendid "...
CRICKET. ROKEWOOD JUNCTION V. ILLABAROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
CRICKET. : I\ I'()()f .. ]'Pe el-eg ? lntllt| if 1the "lh on Wa°? t? , ll I P:,11l'ltl o nftrlooon. on th , iitlfn ( n 'lkrt (]rll)(1 1 in the presence I Iargo tilleller of ?lP??lII.w. 'Phe r .l ? Io on.lo ilotorf for t hor nre M. .1 rlllllalrge l. ril l Jh den l were , t i?ieliieg Ih.e willowa .1nd omo of m hhpr,, eery well, artI In tho Henn S± ( ooll r oiusllt nro eoplt.It from Sroiia: - IIOKlIlAVOOf} .1| INC'f TION. Firsi l linge. Ml'C.ill.,m. Ib S. Clinotn ............ 0 ('Col r. I S. ('lill n ............... '1 8. )rrod b S. Clinton ............. J. II.f Cuhu.bM, b S. Clinton ... ...... L: (Gordon, b Il. ]ferry ,.. ......... II. Glludstoner b Perry ........... I. Ilfhingor,. b S. Clintol ............ fu N. C'ollyr, run o ... ... 1 L. M''Cnllm, no. t out ....... /l. IicIhrds, hS. Clinton ......... ... F. Stoonheam, b .L Perry ......... I I ?'o .. ... ... ............. •. ...... i Total ..·· ·· ··. 'n t··· · Iiwn : S. li u ton. qit Wickets for t runs; l. Perry, tbhree for 15. • ?...
SYMPATHY FROM MELBOURNE. PROCLAMATION OF MARTIAL LAW DISAPPROVED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
,YMPATI'IIY FilROST MFLTO'IRI.l. I'ROCLAMIA'rION 01,1 MARTTIAI LAW DISH\ 1PIUlIVJD. MEIMlOIfL E. Thursday. A mrreeting of the T'lrades' HInll Coneil nv.* held to-ilght. lelegater Miottram movedl a r.olntienn CxrOhing i Sympethy wih t.le sirikers in South Africa, and exprrwing di?.ntlo faetion at the procluamatio of nartial law and thn noe of tereop. lio said it was oevident lnthat the Union (lovoreoet had expletedl what hnpoeird. and hfd mado preparations. The (oeernment wsIn on lha side of the :pinlivtn. The demandls of tho uon Hwere nIt exeexsin., anld if they had beosn morde i Anotralha would lave lbeeen grante. l'he motion was carried vnanimously.
PARTY LEADER'S APPEAL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
lPARtTY I lADIIV'S AlPIEAL. LI.ONI) N"\ Wednesdo,. f. llnl's o wly-ornw Opposif.ioI mp adopted lulit y which will w, fitslyI In?t?ioll Io lfen'; secOndlly, tn iploll scnlor lows; tliully to inmproro ilie 1rrlR1P'!?tpu"y system by eliminating t'J? bidding of g!?oii+p '. A I1 al ifestob cued by If. nirianl appnoln to t fuo srnrqn ronlro in il rlluame, tn uIiti! for-(1) I tfeuco () enOlmrathon of the Clhurch Intl tinta, (l) elducation lawn, tnd (4) tq bseure ekltoral and fiscal is forms, . A glatherin of 10. lcpotlm., Including the Into Prehnler (M.. Inrlhhul nand Mon ieuro .lillerand nntl Du aY attelded tlhe meeting, and adopted what Is called the P'ederation of the Loft.
A SERIOUS CHARGE GIRL'S UNCLE ARRESTED. ECHUCA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
A SERHIGU CHARGE GIRL'S UNCLE .ARIRE'rTTJ. ECIU'CA.t. Thu.-day. On the .rrival at E?haca thia naterlnn o" the Goulbarn Valley train. ternt Carhy and Conat SPiatifort ating Ipon a, t..g?rI.m ri?aivon fram the ie tnatla po lin. arrestel David iplatt on a carh.ngO a criminal amaualt cu hi niece. Clrinl tina Flaming. 'Thi a'.nard, who in abhit -(0 ycI?rA of agP. ira iteatlly Aar-. pri-?d on aalhtinn from tho tram to finr that hr aaa to i aor'-onrd to a 0o., by too prlinamen and deicen to tha Cen tral polies atation.
FRENCH POLITICS INCOME TAX. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914
SFRENCH POLITICS INCOME TAX. 'PARIS, Wednesday. A furtihr InsPtainent of tfr )onntergul Cbinol'a financiial shltenLI ItolL e the uxtra expuodituro on the armll in cotntained it o In ielnmordult lisul-d by Lth Minister for lIjianaoe. ]f. (:ullai IIux lloPCr I llmortahx o vrarly Incom.nO drivodl potll ilvea.l?l capitall antl sijltling monre lull .tI20J. A ddntLiuon o1f NQ will be allig. ed foe every dale iulrn0 cill ld.l 1lfet ,.4 ip lo .od411K1 will pay I; per cci'i., il ttl I?'?01 2.09 3er motll up o .t2i,iXOIi 13-lS per Cenllt. up in f.tli,iXtO 4 1-2) vcr bent aondi i) to .201,001) 5.83 per cenlt. . Miil tr etituhua that Ilia Lax will yleld .C7,Otp,00, .