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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
" F YOUi had a good article to sell you :: wouldn't keep "'mum" `about it, ..would you? You'd want.:people to try it, wouldn't , you ? Well, that's just how we'feel about Robur. We know. that Robur is the purest tea we know that it is wholesome and nice 'to r d .rik; we also know that it is not possible to ,'I get tea.that will make a, greater number cups of good tea than a: pound-of Robur will make. But it isn't sufficient that we should know all these things. You ought to know all about Rob? too; and there's only .one way you can know, and that's to drink it--fo make it in your own -teapot, in your. own.. home. , What we would, suggest is:that you buy a pound of the Grade: sold by Grocers at about , the same price as you' usually pay for your tea, and compare it with-what yoi have .beeni: i.: drinkinig. Then you'll see for yourself what real. good tea Robur- is . . We give a description of each Grade below' so .-,that you may know exactly what to ask your, grocer for. " SPE?CAL GR...
THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
THE AUSTRAUAN FLEET The Anstralian Fleet "hns been the sb: jeet of pleaeod commmenteverywhere, and ,ono more oo than atnnp young Anstr ; lians. What a pity, it 4 thore are not norn you;g- Austntlixnt amongst us The problem of the future is the h.by:,f to-da?. What about the homest ftdo which lia Majesty Baby khcps away? People to whut this applies should wruite o-day to Dept. A.D., Ladice' College of tleatn. 54 Ooford treet. Sydne. or 46 El?zatmth street, -telbourneo If thor enclot ed they wmill receive by retunm pey a specially-prepared bonk that wil affont them a dnal of information and odire. 'Wh sho"ld not your home be blessed with -hildren i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
TRAMWAV PVIEN 3MOULD USE ) ThC III 11MR. CHARLES ROCK. of 42 Gien Sire,. East Brunmwick. 33 yeah "ildn the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, wric., on 2/4/]12 -. SCLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911, I was inid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. i lY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED ' OF, but through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. Slie advised my wife to get CLEMdENTS TONIC for me, as 'there was life in that medi. cine.' When he said, 'life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I would have been in my last resting place only for that grand medicine. Had amy wile paid £40 for the bottle she would have had good value. I ave seen a lot of testimonials .about CLEMENTS TONIC in ooks and papers, but what I ' d fault with is that every Writer has utnterly failed to give ti proper value of that medicine. i i '=,,d CHARLES ROCK." 1LLC,,MIn1 n SoTORNEkht l Lr. but Ith, p'e io n d hat e rral I r...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
ANSWEI S 'T COI?I' SP'ONDEYTS. : annier, (Dt blov)),.-Wl\oh the bird?s .he il .it wethk oluitioll of Cuondtt" luid (o0n tet-nlolnflll.to tl pint of wranrn oohir), and allow o littlt to 'lo down tho throalt. Alter drying the Iruit 'llt, apply root line. lirelstt-diilrV for a week. If thlis diorone is lotluhrrheli d at otp it taoy lhoadl to mup. SNovire.-l'ront your dreription it ap tIMrs to boo. formi of rhetniatisnt. I'loae thle bird il in both of norm neter in whlol ho been diooolvtrl 0 to I0 pioketli of ltIotlon oitfo. aosottiot to sie, Ialld .vigor of theI bird. Aflre rdrying, unplyy htonwn tnbrollCation to th joinets. }lt. "o sonft food, with Iplenty of green food. As on hn,* now enterl into tile Olo yeir, s ginnl idlrn, would ho" to give all the - fowl-hon.ot and 'lu lltL totholrIgh rleatinittg. After removing till thoe drtol piogs. straw. etc., cgive tile walls a gxat nlrlepillg. thet litie-woahlI boti inite. and oiutsild. tditing hnlf a pint of tphenyol or nirltotyne to every...
EGERTON ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
EGEflTO~li dn011 h 'In a iarn atnat tua~ if , r and frICd, ýd an x7 IýhWV AIT:L·'S CAROLS. Nnh Yarle m ns itartn l in with St ?VTn'S CIO3 C)OUNTRY NEWSV muoh .jobllltbn. O Gt New l Par'x I"ru tho loom ma hudist o OI'UI w14( .Rlnlll and in tterh hus to hAu«W rkeuundo arl iwhed -about W-f/ or the- elvhur tIdem. L'h l orul 0isgeiA cetetbl "Lwirlbt býy Mtr B. Woirel t Icthe l tc jiin.erlniV *SOCI.1.AL A' Mh'A htA~lw13. On N.w lw s "vN iglht n ttIct.-f111 r. tint (ttit mnotu IIn the ltir'il 1:hui, ]tel. To nr"Y llor n qui. 1:11} .yllllivl.'. ]thu mt. ic'eors viF l jell, nllci b and ( iilli I. wh I-I; 'Jima, atnenl InH H t:; '11 b tout nu n .0, by eNtIH ft. ChirelC oIt L..sill)n,
DEAN. RAINFALL REGISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
DEAN. R.ATNF.\.TA 1LOIT IL 'h follox m tho rdn1f mia iurlinfor 1911 mroyrool trithttho ft t u 19121:-1917:7 January,50 r otn hruay, arc. G7 pril 74; II'y 412; flun , 2; July. 1112;lAogutat wptI t ml. 287: Octola'r 181; n" tl 'tr, '7;Iccmboc, 175: tt3 7114. . t, 12 pointac 1 r 1It; ' rccl 118: pil, 72: Mar,, l84; Iota. `g ttlch.ter GO; Novootblr?. *107iE, Itotoc ttr, :I49 atoal, 5017. It "1910 t11; tnodfa~l .1)0 poloo ctnd It) 10111:41:~nn
ROCKY LEAD. THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
1OCICY' LEA0. TlrE 1IFtUXT.ST. harvest work in thiu ard rrrrnnding ristrictr is iring prrirurr in riimrnrrly. Itry-stntkinr is nonr prIrrrr'ini. rind tiu rnintity cut is Inare.u hest hun urruur lin 00r30 of the whrrt cr. . No dif furuirry lin en ure prlcnree in R'hhting dulrut. Solainr.: The poutatr cri his l de rihd.mmuch benfcht from thn rain of 'hird rmS 24th ult.,iand noi give go'Ul prq mum.
PIGGOREET. PRESENTATION TO TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
PIGGOREET. piRFSSllT,tTION TO Tl..tItIIttn A plerasant ocial evening was sel:ctl in the Piuggree State school mon Nowv Year's IlO(. Tho lre. I1. htc preoided. Cr J. Clarke, on hbehnalf of the parento and re nideLt; of Piggoreet, prrrentcd Mr 1. Imnhiee th head teacl er. rwt is leaving for Yenodoo, afted n Ijlril of 1:1 years' very suocen.ful work at the local schtl. wh a slly' hot-water khettle. nad fln; onthnlo. with. a silver jewel cane. llar nony wo? thefn ontriMtted by old si ho Intt of Mr Iumbleh. the progranmme in eludi g the followingr-i'nnlaorte over trr, NLisa \ . Jnrticon: coon. '"Therr' a Light in the Window." .\lL.sv Shiel: nOg. "G(inl.theriog tip Shell on the S-.a Shore." MlinS. 8 t Grifn: du,. ".\ Little Child Shall 1?nI. Thmn.' \lMens A. laiid Icr ard, 1.. .olun; iaecitionr. "Jenlijo l\a'ni.," ,lisoriludyni i.nlh. r, A1IIY. IIItEU IININ. A .ivry pelrItilt reunlinrt of famir" re i?!A 'toyI .llae .a."; Gnmsere l-a-nr, Sttgeooent on trh occ`risnr of thi. nriniver eary.of...
MORRISONS. PICNIC AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
MO.RnIsONS. PICI"IC AND SIlIITS. Tho picnic , or .nim.l anna,:lllv ,y th. i Statte Floal clciitt ,l I ld at Tail. ar'H II I1 took place o ilh CarD.i anid nt. tractd a largo itt"l1i:llcl. Silorts and gnmm cerv ill(I'llfcla ia. "ndI ftifiolion %as ig aareecc. allcaalla - Shdrield llandircu.-J. NC'onrluack. 1; !. Iti.:. Ladies' ?tae.-.-li, And, I n d i: ,it' Iugteaw. j Misl Ifoarnacer 3. nailalriv og--Mern tlanyarc. StIppin't he Chain. jI 'lOillivrna. Thnrwic. a t thi Wiclft.- %' Irh»ritcan nalld -I- Pl'INrnak divid. d. Piotting [h StanP.-T. l-i., I (20a fe:H. Sheaf I *,&lt; ,.-'.l..1carnoek. 1 '.7 feetl. Toa Cl~n (15 ih rll).-A. TI.nwi, s, I. Welts. 2. Tiae. 1 mi. At nec. "1,.1 T ll 'r'Ml'I;ATUI!). Tucsda. I0tcli eemenbo?r. au ,tIho hot tet dhar a( tha s Clall Lo &lt;llo. 'Tie IInOt cury rcaclhd I(2 lcrrMeM8. 'lne hot norll uildls and acconmpanyiltn.lcds oaf dulst rilcdread out-laIr coadltiaos cleteCmoely diungrerable. _ ' -
LINTON. OLD SCHOLARS' REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
·LIONON OL.D tC1Ol.A104 IIt:lNION. 'l re uion l norinent Iraln ttemleld lt lontdn.' whreo n llr 0 it6l111hnt ,.dhCr' it'iee ldo e ohbloyds an In nil lho crls aOa as hld on .etc )'yar'd' Uuy, kbou &) isitr.; rrival by train and cantr tar andtok part to It ", unb Ion ihunli AldI picnic at the Iktmil liun II tevch o' Annnet n1loll rn: ,44 ant Old l~lntoninna' ,lgcrc ntiotl nos formedd with Ate Ii. Ching its prrl.illr t. hlrK*N". (Irani (Melbourne). U. · (+tmo li IItslln" roll, and I. (. Blelnet. (Linton) a vice prciideits and Alin Clucnlec :t. tnryolld treellrir. T'hndnltoof tlc;nest' wanitol all s l znO d for the Ihini Scllrdny in Noecmber. IoeeII lere held lfo the childroe n littr in tel feie noonthe 1 ery large nutelhl ' part chk of ten. I'hec any nlsorrol ,a othering in the tenet, Ilnll ofll night. tritl e en nrlerlt c 1hld, at whieht n ntml mCý onfct ritiloKeI~ geO\0 "ý were cice h the mialenre. ' crotlnine enasno fellonws-Ovletv lre, `tis Linton; ddltiOInnI naddrenss Ar I...
FATHER SHOOTS SON THE PARIS SENSATION. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
'FATHER SHOOTS SON TIlfE PARIS SENSATION. PARIS, WVednreday. A' gro?t soe.rction has been created here by. tihe murder of the musie-uharll "~tr." Iorry ;Frgson, by hia father, who is 83 yearsof oe. 'Thoro is little doubt thaLt til father be camo montallyr unhinged throlugh Mdillo. Pauletto divertlo g h is son's nffections fronm himself. 011O the night:'of the tragedy Harry TFragon. who had Ieen dining with Mdlilo. Pauleotte. on':,reaching the fiat hl shlred with hisfathelr found the door boltied, and nhe had to wait some minutes before tile latteor admitted.him. ie thre bitterly reproaohed his father for keeping hito waiting. 'Froawon, eon.. drolros thlat when hlurry jostlel 0im at the door hu momontarily '"nce red,' nodl fired Another veorsion of the etromstnnces tending lup tothe tlragedy is thallt Harry FTragson, in vioew of anl apprmoaehing Enlg. lish tour, hlnd arrangel; fotr l flthllr Lto le eored for in a Illlnlig h elom o urnjin his absence. The fatther hnd deolared that tIe...
NEW ZEALAND VISITOR SOME GOOD ADVICE. WHERE WE ARE BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
NEW ZEALAND VISITOR' O8lt Ii (0001) ADVICL'. IVUE1II Wit AltB B31I11ND. Aonlog tilhe visitors the New Year brought lto Ballarut wait Mr .1. '..Waleb ittr, of Christchlurlh. New Zleanbd, whonl a "Courier" replreoontrtive Inter viewed ytitordry, togeoter with Mr Gray long, of Lexton, who has boln inhis'?cora Irnay durinig part of his sitay ill Vic torla. lefore hlIf a dozeu words had IbeI: exelhanged it was clear thatl Mr Wehlter thlouglt sometlhing of Noew Z 7a lantd t, had at n idea tlhat it was a o ahead placo colpatnlrd with this iiate. Aind lutarlicularly in the hort elnRe ef tiloe at. his dipotal before ratlching the train I Mehlolhourne, dil lie dtIscltLt uIpon Iheo surprisinig lack of fretozilg works ill Vilctoria. nrprising I hit ait aloil orent,. nnd it was difficultt afler heatritlg what Il had to otay to Ihelp sharintg hit urprie.)w In New nealand, Iheo solaid, thore are 13, aul ill Victoria one at tirelong attl one at Malrtoa. Ito clull not itdoteanuld t. "Ya titreer lher...
ARMED AIRSHIP MONSTER BRITISH VESSEL. TO CARRY FIVE GUNS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
ARMED AIRSHIP MOINS'rElt BRITIS VESSEL. 'JO CARtIRY FlV~ GUNS. LONDON, Tlmrasdiy. Mearoo Vikcers Ltd. aro constructing a largo riid airship at lthir works at lar row: 'T'he vetools'i to be 5MOfeet long. with a is cpatpity of 850,000 oabic.fret. It will be of 1001 horec-poer. and wrill lbi able to travel at 55 meics an' hi?r. Tho crnw of the now airship will numnber 15 arrd furl torage for a 3l hours'wjour nov is to bo provided for. ' Thbe vessel will bo armcrl, hle; allna monmt conintingi of thrree gton carri'ml on a snspnlrdo?ml pIatfomo. nld two thelem on tle 8llnllnit Of tlhe hull. Moenrs Vinkelm. will lshortly dolhVhr tlhre airohip? of thie 1'ar.?al type, rarrying a.crewoof twelve and two gmns.