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FISHING CRAFT WRECKED. DEATHS IN NEW YORK. TEMPERATURE BELOW ZERO. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

FISULNG C.?AuT WRECIMID. DEATHS IN" NEW YOK. TEMPERATUKE BELOW ZERO. NEW YOIRK, Wolnehlay. JLrtmrely bitter weother in being o ,ocrtoaod in the Eaateru portion .of th United States. T'iho''trwIwtraro in New" Yurk today fill below zcr. Niueo (,atl rtOulting eitOher dirrtOy ,or indi ectly from te evre wo0athor hatve been Jonort'd In New York. .Mny fishing nchooner have bo wricked alongI the coot of Mfasoachuetts. ,ot fortunately the loo of life has loon light.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ICICLES AND FIRES. REMARKABLE SCENES IN NEW YORK. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE HOMELESS. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

ICICLES AND FIRES. RIIIRIRKABLE SCrINES IN NEW YOIRIK. ITUNDREDS OF PEOPLE IIOMELESS. NEW YORK. Wednesday. A disastrous series of fires hao oc ourred in the poorer quaulers of Now York City this week. The efforLts of. the Gronen to expo with the conflngrations at the start were handicapped by the water freeoing. One unfortunante result of these fire is that 10I) poor people have been rendered hlomnelr at the time of vor when tihe cold is most intenser. 'he burno?l rlins lon present an extra ordinary poectacle, na iciclen hnan from every charred beam and rafter.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEAVY-WEIGHT BOXING JOHNSON AND MORAN TO FIGHT IN PARIS. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

HEAVY-WEIGHT BOXING JOItISON AND MfORA N TO IOGiITIN PARIS.. - PAIIIS. Wednesday. Articlra were .signed in P'aris to-day for footest htoebno "'Jack" Johnsol and4 IrfdoJ ,lol?n (America) for a oon tent for tics world' hecavy-weight boing ehampionlhip. 'Th'le matchl will take, place is 'Paris probahbly on lthe evening of tho dlay on which ti Grandl Prix is run. Johnson in to roeivo ?16000 win, tote, or edraw, with a further .£1000 for elponses. Moran"io to receivs .I100). Iheeeo American milllonaires ore provid Ing tho money for the contest.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BANK ROBBED CASHIER ON TRIAL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

A BANI( ROBBED cASIIIIt ON TIUAL. TONDON. Wodnea?. Tile trial was wcnmend to-day of Wal tar Rleobon. for mwnyt_'are c.whtor in the LoAdoa offico of the Commercial Bank of Aunralia. alho in charred with robbing the bank of :7000. Ilotaon pleuloed guilty to fwu leJrg,. IIo has aroOnwtod for .00.1)O of the money, and the trial was adl lournedl till O10th Februhrry in ordler to ollow tie ccusrel tIo furnish an cop lnu ionl regording the remaining £2500. i= -- - = •

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICAN TARIFF WOOL-GROWERS COMPLAIN. SALT LAKE CITY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

AMERIGAN TARIFF WOI)f-O-OWIIIS UO!IPLAIN. SAl. TuWO., CITY. Thul-ny. Spakor.at tl N?Nlatonal Wool-Gro?l?' Aannciatinn (:onferent," yaltrdn?r crijtcia til tho ntrton of O the (hovernnent IIi ilane] ing m,0l on tI Ireon list. -·----·-------.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECORD MOTORING 123 MILES AN HOUR. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

RECORD MOTORING 1^ AMu,' AN JiO1 l. lONDON, Wrdn.+,d . Sonlm fst Linsr worn reonrdrl on LheI lrozokallds rololg troak today b a matnriit nailnr ll , rnn" id. l)rving n Ill:,n o r, :,o coverel tno nitee at tho ruto of 122 nriled an hour Alnd tirve mll? t? ata - d o 116d mileo an o. n I

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES DOUBLE DROWNING FATALITY. GIRL'S PLUCKY EFFORT. TRIED TO SAVE HER BROTHER. BENDIGO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES DOUBLE DROWNING FATALITY. GIRL'S PLUCKY EFFORT. TRIED TO SAVE HER BROTHER. BENDIGO. Thncday. Jameo Godfrey, aged II years, and Mary Godfrey aced 23 years, the children of tr and Srs Con Godfrey, of Restdown Bstate. near Rochester, were drowned in the Campaspe River this afternoon. The boy was watching a companion, named Ieidy, bathing, when he slipped into about 41 fret of water. His sioter ruh ed to his rocue, fnlly clothed. but the drowning boy pulled her nrder. The bodieo were reouveed abont threr-quac. tern of an hour after, hut all efforts at reeu?citation prrved fruitleso.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CATHOLIC FEDERATION AND POLITICS. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

CATHOLIC FfT)ERATION AN'D POLITICS. To the Editor of "The Conurier." Sir.--'"Pull Freedom's" letter is not suitable to his nom de plume. From it I rathcr he wnould sooner have the Federa tion vote "veiled" in.tead of a straight not yes or no to rive every man a fair chance and no favor. Personally I think it is a mistake to iene a circular at a by.election : but every trune member of the Church will do his duty even at the risk of'offendine either of the two great L.'? Liberal or Labor. This is no new line of action on the part of the Church. as it has always been opposed to occular eduo cation for its children. The fact that so much money has hero raised for school purpocs shows how deco is the feeling of that people in supporting the clergya in doing justice to their spiritual needrr. Tours, Ac.. LOYAL.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATERSIDE WORKERS' CONFERENCE EMPLOYERS REJECT LOG. DESIRE TO GO TO ARBITRATION COURT. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

WATERSIDE WORKERS' CONFERENCE E MPLOYERS REILJECT LOG,. DESIRE TO GO 'TO ARBITRATION COUIRT. [ lL?----?t.?, 'lturaday. T'ho adjourned ctnferu', bettween the Wateredhd Workers and the tonployt-ra was continued today. wloa the omploy ora refused to acuept the log tas ubttednl by the olnployero. All the shipping corn panisa wore roptenouttl. It prorv idd for a minimum wago of al-per hour. as against 1/5 paid in Melbourne at preset. aind 110 in Sydney; with" iocrasod rates ragingl up to 10/ pep- hour worked one gonral oare on Chrislmota Dy. Boni l Friday,. atl oone or two other holidoay. andl 1l/ per hour for explooiver. It wau onggegut4d by the entplovora that the mon might lts a case for t?n Arbitration Court. bieft the men refurtd. Ono dolrlgto said they would not go to the Court; hbut if the tUu ployers took themn thore they had to go. The old agreemnt expilred tin Noovemtbr. 1913. and nothing had taken ita plaoe. it in thought likely that the employers will approaeau the Arbitrntio...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]MINING INTELLIGENCE QUARTERLY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

INING IiTELLIGENCE UAI?.TI';R \" lll.Y U IINS. Sill, . n Cf?r L tiil n, Ill dll vi Arl by thll" Fregistrar, Mr W. dr~luring t jo ternt lVL," : HI ' Of 1 _ ,,rn, tn -J dw{, V 'I he g l bn q -r fldlv.t f IInl . alnd 50 oz tUWi tInh tho returns, of I-li lle- "''''i 03 'cl "' Us tU1' 5 " 5Chi ") . ThIntot'%l i'tiltod | i? n n11, ih ?itl, miniig. thi '79 - B llara't -, (in cludling ;r' d Norwt --.nli ; fllo ?s - Vic ,. 1.i '_. t. ,in 16) o 1 dwt, a - ? ; r". 1'.)trnl Plcnlerrin 7 t"" - 1m, 0I. , tn4t. atntnige Inlti p. .,al Otltlls, IV ,1 lotI . i" 111 dwt, 7- - I iT . vrdnIl t 41 2 gr; n "!)t; l It . I I , ltver It -r- Il'tr " n'1 Pirlty, 190 1 1 ii" voIoirne t ilwt 19 gri; ^ ?iil'i rl l (i lrtnPrl) . 62 oz 5 rric t tf golf r' tiie fLroam, ,.l.irp o oz hr wheroe 14 bant ,-orl wS't'i 5C) stampors out of !-ing. ? .. . Bl g, e..-B IhofL sunk .07ft below 'ft; 3I slind stno on fletwall Orn," f ti mb 3f1 1fa nt tiof n rn d 'h b llllanlgin- wa11. utrrynll llttle Io.iei ti GOlft; country vety i...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTERS £8000 INVENTION [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

PORTERS 38000 INVENTION FavinQ KýAirwl £.'tWo for an invention[ fr the Improvement of mnrir? gm. Wallm Juffreye, n portr in the d c[ of the enthr d-On a CJopoation. ha, jart roi~'n ld hi. poet. By m-en of Mfr Jotrojo dMovie, which hoa mot him mn. tinnnos ,tady dming his Idlotra time in thw t five yearn, a gratly incretan epees may he obtained.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLIC WORKS MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

PUBLIC WORKS MELOUIJNE, Thun?hiy. Theo floUilllg tendem have b-ven re oonmmnndnd by thu Bourd of i'nbllo Works for clnptlnnco: --Ntto YalllOuk Statn rhool 13147. now reoiuleneo. P'ner and W?llor. 1£4f1j81; iKahuni?itni. rnioll iling Stato nluonl 2!23 alud altnrtiolln ti residence. H. Loewingu. Cabram, 557 5; Ctoidl Swami, enl a e rgingtl mnin dmrain. 1. W. KlrL .ft3122/l1/u: Malvern Stewo nhool 16114. now oat lfrcel alnd ?weiragn onnectioni, It. Hamilton,. StUvern, 1488; Warrnnmbonl. ropairn to light houon qmpartors, eto., Hortel Brna.. .10.4 17';6, St. Kildla. ropairs and additioni to jelty, S. I'atience. Fouat?cry, .. 42. IBat. monral Statn school No. 29, addihton, etc., H. J. Wheelr, .L'275/10/6; and St. Kilda road, new police dutlot. Inboundary wallm, etc.. T. Conto. Nowmarket, .f12nl/14/.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

Mr A/ . 1.. Milaud, sharNol.roker, Fam. bor of l~lo Stock l'xcltaltge, \telbourne,9? Queen street, 3,Mteineuo (Ltleplhlone 1:12k 3 "e stw rda ? rir p o rte~ th e fo llo w in g a ?.?en nl1 clon?llg quottiolas:-o 'I'ramnway and Railway Coimlnnies. - Silvertlon Tramway, sales .5l716. Miseellaneo?n.-Barnott (ilnsa, pref. I, salers 23/, 2/6; Dunllop, b 2.7/ sales 2;9 Ido prof., b 3511, Is/56; Federal l'ahar, listel, I, 7/l; ]lenrl' ?lon s, nles 2I/; Ilre. ol and Weekly 'iinies, b 40/3; ,o pref.. b 21/9. a 2/t1; John Sharp and Sos, l 18/ n 19/, sales 18/ lanri Tlbmber, b 17;11I s 1719; arshall Shoe ht 20/, n _9/6, snall 20/6; Mellourno Elcctric Supply, canotl. stock, h 32/74. n 331. ales 32/j; Slltaod Store. h 31/3. s 31/G; New Northeole ltrick Ib 519; Northcote. Brick. b 15/4, s 1/ lPee mrewan. Wright, and Co., I 11./3; Wander. lial sales 24/. Silver ia uen.--British Broken Hill.. 3416; IBroken 1ill, h 34/9: Broken 1I1l Junction, b 1/31, a 2/; Broken Iill South, pnaid. b .L7/7/. a .7/I I...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

*c a IlNDIGO. - Yesterday's sale wero:--Cornish Unit. itl 3/1, :t1. ,13/, S/3; Gohon Pyko. ,?2it '12/. lI/ . : 3 /. T . 1/ ; liroI b rk, Ilt . J/ New Nil, 1l0d; North hliiig, 8/3, 8/II N. lord Iioberts, 9d; Sen, t/:, /a? ; South GOrdon Uiitt?l. 2/i SOtllh I NrSin of \Vnel. 1I 0;. Shreivaehead, 2/0, 21; lnite Ilhstier and Iodtnni. 51i, /t10, 5tI1ll. Gf Vintori~t Ilnsol?o, 7/101; Viiud WiIll ll, 2/9. W. T. IIUMPITIlYS. Dobenturen, Bank, Trlusteen, Oue, &. Miing Sharens. NAT. MUTUAL BUILDINGS, BALLAJOA'. Tel. 123. IPrivato, 521.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

IM OF ZEBA HORRIBLE Head, Wrists and Ankles. a Scaly Rash, Two Tins of ura Ointment Cured, pa, Vie., was suffelring from? o01r rem, for about one month. - afoted my head wrista and id the ithring was horrible. I get a good night's loop for more .k, and doon 1 came out on tha tione ahove in a scaly rah. I Sontmena for a timeo but they m to do lo any good. I saw thbo RenOllt alvertlseod, and thought try the Cutlcura Olutment., which and applloli as directed, and I am yit has completely cured moe nft tins." (Signed) F. Chadaueau, 23, 1912. LY BURNT ON FOREHEAD p. We? t Aust ral0...h hly n aough errly burnt on forehead and arm, ,arts ept gathering and wero In tatlng. 1ho wans treated for two nd overy time the borns were o stdnO cantoe awayn. I brought her 0u1n0 COtlrura Ointment for and 0 utlCour Roap for batilng. It has entlrely renewed the parts Or doltahtr also hlnrt hrr kten when (ho also could not got relief until -Ctrlctlrt Olnttnot, and I hope rrkeep it allhln.', (sltnol) Mrs. Or...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]CK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

CC .\N) SIIAItE JtA1IRlS?. 11.1ldbA RAT. I hrl elr' wls agaill recordea yea. nu-, I lhave Ireen taken at tie at liai i"as onere in Cathcart at Noer iagi Leognn stood irml. but 1.ngi lnt r little grolnd. Ilean natk, enar lt, aiially nlelcsetl, dt.;!i :cg ou the reslol of to-day's oel'tntQtn representaltives of tlhe lat I1e cenapanics. lirthday I ad/ely lne into rotninence. prniimu dayl 2,9 wics he bet ol t fr w?an, r-en 1 whichI was not , ion I thone no ot?er were taken at Mrris N,. I continued to gaint it. h?')s offering 7/3. A better reaiil fNr rNe Nortanleb IHI Ial itrtt - minles. inclnedine1 ni, aie North \\onth ITnwtp. (told f. sli Stardate,. were ftir nal late ad _I' ant dstclilnil liy holders of m'i,t:yIv. al-hstford teoks weret facrr. lTh' recorded sales and qtquttaticni werre: INVtEStM 1t;N"rs. cp. rititiary. rales 26;1 .ItLlt.\T 111S'['l{ IC'I'. cart, .2 /, a :'t;. sales 1/2 cart tetntral, I 1:2,6, s82/9, sales t2/16 cart Vietory. b I/It t I atgi ltgati. b tIf, 4/6i it ll g...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH THEFT. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

POSTAL OFFICIAL CH ARGED WITH THEFT. ADELAIDE, 'Phunrdlav. At thn Police Court yesterday morning Williamu Mrrin Fay enoployz as a chlrk in the Rlegistrred Letr?r and Stamnp De. gartment of the General Post OflrrP, was chargrd by thr Clmmonweatlth nlll driti n with having unIawfnilly onvnrted -tEI9/19 to hi own tae. He wans a?ntnittti for trhid. It ans nta .nt that tiny had been misaing from his ortice a fwr dlays agr, anadl a voucher rhowead biat he had rec?aied .210 in asah and a?nlW. Wahen the nah-bnax wawa opened only _ld wa. found.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE .ADELAFD? Tl'nrsday. ?rgin?dd B unJat Kingsiako. L'J, wa charg d at the Police Court yesterday rnsnng with hiring attremprted to cum mit suicide. In vieo.wnf the exeptional rite;ulltance the bnch rlen?n?d Kinog hike on hie own rocrn+isuale. Evidence rrv? siren that Kingdalnc w 'ho is a refined Eugwhnshan. wa-s found at the Crown hotel on New Year's Day with a bullet wound in his heal. and a revolver lying heside him. It rwas otted that the ct waos an unaccountable oue, as Kings tho iron 'p lolar with everybody. Atp porently too fact that he had receivned no :¢tterr. frotm England had afftectrred bi nerrea. He hoti eonprend hlmerit on be ing nick of life.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADELAIDE'S WATER SUPPLY FAMINE THREATENED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

ADELAIDE'S WATER SUPPLY FAMINE THEAn.FTENED. ADELAIDE. Thursday. Adelaidn is threatened with a water fanine. FolloWaing on a dry year. the suppbies in the reseroir hanc beme anm depleted that by the end of May. unlcss replenished, they will he unable to natiofy the demands ot the city. Lastt yetr no water tre taken i until i .Auent, and uttutlly i is lat,' in the. win ter before the rnarnoirn fill op. The nrailahle quanntity is now lessI than the eapacity of one of the three storage dusn. A new rercvoir has been ordered. hot it will not be complerte for three years. The .vernmett han incrtaee the price for w:ater, antI in a few days may take draruc action to prevent needle waste. Snifficient water wll bhe rntaint to I.sh the ewers, and people will be able to .c care, water for th.fnmriv-s from. Torrens LakHe. Torreos iiver is Srill raneing, and with a thundestorn m would he fresi eoed up.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN CRICKET THE BOARD AND TOURING TEAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 16 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN CRiGCKET THE BOAtRD AND TOURING TEAMS. SYDNEY. Thuwday. Mfr MF.Elhone. chairman of thi I?oard of Control. manc a statemelt r.-a'ding tihe. orginuL.ion of i first grnde trm? to tour America. "So for no applications have been mide to the Board. If suoch ppli oati.on are made they will he aiotlutely refunod. If any player gury to Americo withoutr the consent of the B?ord he will he barred from taking part in any cricket in Australia." Burduley oayo that neither he nor any member of the New South Waleo talmi has een, approached. If he were he would decline, an he most nonw settle down to nork.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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