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STATE POLITICS THE BORUNG CONTEST. STATEMENT BY MR WATT. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
. STATE POLITICS TIIU BORUNG CONTEST. ' STATEIMENT 'BY Mi WATT. M.ELBOURNE. FIriday. Commentinh to-day oni MI M'l.tae's ria didaturno agnuust MA. fluthcrhlo o, Miois tor for Water Supiply, Mr Wutt ?oid t'fat heo deeply egretteid to' know Lhat iMr 'Ituao wa 'appaelrentty dcetrminool to opporso theo rturn o the Mioiaer f?ur Water SuppIy.. It pllreared t him to h a timo vhen Liberals ohould 'saod tu ethor and not divide tlhir ranks.. Io ooped to frriendswho surroundedo Mr , oI'lto ould realiko befole it was too late the riaks they were running in giv inog a clIne to t 0he varios forors that wished for tho overthnrw of truo Iliboeral ism to achieve their ends. liIto hou?d tihe wine cotutsolo of the Winloeru would pro vent such at calamilty. n referring to SFIlutochinson, the l'rremier Raid he dil not soe what ral noomphaint thee ouldh ho about Mr Ii htc hiSoro. Eever since hi entry into the AsInRbly Ie had been regarded oas one of the trongelt antd otroiglrtnt nod mont useful typM of ru...
INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA V NEW SOUTH WALES. VICTORIANS FAIL IN BATTING. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
INTERSTATE CRICKET V1iL10I~ti V y1i:W SGtI'i't1Vt WI~lis VLClthRUtNP I'Alll IN iiA'i'lINci, Ch5o opel ll1gprtoli f frlallnll I 111W WIICIbPl jriciri doaw New 11 n01 1 lelblrllls orickeL gmunltl MAN larked'l by O ll''b So p110lle f inoident in mlllel ion withI'he 11,1. llri lly I lelicrli 1111 I'.ilrw i.1. 1111 llt11rangad IllI (1IF ll io pl0luin unIlt Iid thell V10ur11101 Ivi ticllor agillnli Iollut 11 Alao l.-ill llr II 1110 In ala WIIvil10h for 1 1 lli lwaf tinlly 0111. Ahllp tlloi 11of t Ilse l 01111,0 could Cat+uv mhin Clnt Ito would he able in act a tnbaa IIlthrloru gh llotj 111011 Mrl .1. heat, scr lup ur rho ric rtorinn 111111 liakry 1010 0 t s inll aindltilh atxgiull, 0111 O l idthat Ulan1 ioOtringl tillu torlclllf' flrr~iilgrlmr n this morningl Ar 111 forItak. It h 1i111 111io hiltlCt II i w 1ol l ll 11l11 tha lltll' 11111 '11t. Iin llt '0llh l t.o tk ln t l Ia t rlaill llIt III~lll 01111 lIntk 1)1t111 Ull 1'altll. (i1~B 1011100 rellaillmo coit. IV. CloIIrl h 0110 h0 opl h1...
BUNINYONG RACE CLUB. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
BUNINYONO IRACI CLUH., To Ii I'titor of "Tho Courier. 8ir,-I wn very pIan n1 to icud your rmmarka in nept p0 I nnf~n~ ·O tooke to ~~~ retxu 'of t to nuginet o tho obovo club, cod woul lkto ouko octh, r s. Cobrti, It is a well-nonn tract t whit tlit too Is thuo o ic.i do nt bet tll Ioppucit o! e wertuo, is shick that ton wlho Ilot ho vlt_ haI ls oott non ecuopt.cr~ ~ not wppolill d ithiowols, and that th. "'L""ITCHIC Club a HLouI act an c~lsamplle. -YoB. ur;, m et c,;ea
COMMONWEALTH FISHERIES EXHIBIT FISH TO REPLACE MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
COUMMONWEAL'TH FI SHERIES EXHIBIT FISH TO IlI'JI.\tIc MEI'AT. "N part of Iihe JBallarat ?Jxhiilition is worthlior, by rea>on of itt direct inmport annce to iveryone, of uloic attention tham thlnt of tile ('itionnnwealith Fisterjo Die partluont. Oneo hadl iolnoot ladded that It foIllnwed ai it mtlter ot courso t.hit few i.'irli of tHie ttthibiliO -0 i rivel le.T at t'Oitoll. T'ha t.I i'oever. roIUld l, e litloing. % good d:eal o' notice is litkon of the exhibit. but not otarbi euouthi to atisfy Mlr (lrTeen. lth dtlpriltlllltal o i cer ii charge, ord not neark - Inolmo h as It tictervto. Stuifed Ntci oiiena of kinl lthnlulplor, troavl toot ullha. , t it other fish, lhologiirlllis of otller., specimenlls lf I;t, oant dliagrani sohioing to' for Ite Ilind olthr countrirei totrali ist ii thie boollnstpption of fil ought at olnce to iL tract ouritity o o'ti fo) for tIhoughtI -he ot y alitot' ti t"r l Atoro hirec I P1 ion -henrea t Anetralinit attat.l-ihy; but, stlal! tit? treohoasr of i...
AFTERNOON TEA [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
AFTERNOON TEA By ;'Adela" 'ho rentgcment i, nnnounred of- T.ilian LRevcel, orongt d aughtrr of .Mr ranl ?rs •lohn Shharp. of eloeong road, Ihtllarrt Lo:ot, aind Wilti;am .lohL. votlnOrost ono ol 3.r rand ?Mrs S. Solls. of litltRary street, its-l la rit .lrust. '[he engagremoot is annoonorl of MLr Al lain Clouh, thirdl on of Uir and iLrs 1'. Cirauclr. of "luonislnae,'" Maini sotreet, Stiwell. to Misr Is ha Jahnton, eldest daughter of lIe and Mrs 'P. t. Tohnson, of "Jye?o.fvn,' Webster otreel, Llla-itt. . pretrty rcdrdirg onas solremnised o .Mnoorav "loot at lioraorao. ligar street forth;,rl?ren Mr aork Shalnkles was annr ried to Miy eIra fI'Phail; tho Rec. A. 11. Moore oficiatin, r.Th brid.e, whom.is Ite second eldest dadighter of Mlr nd -Mr John IM'Phail, wore a very prettry fron' of while chorluonso saitilfl. an o't0 r.0 dlress of old -iamorle lInce; long court train of lace 'ladl satin hlnfino' from tho shoulders; a lovely lce veil. tint by on old friend. and shlower.lroarteLt of ...
SECOND DAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
SECOND DAY'S PLAY. Tihe ienutiftul day andl thle pIrearpect of smle good cricket brouligt a crowdo of 11.0J0 I?pllo to the 1nolbouuno .Crickgt lnnrrid to-day. The diffliculties lt:tween Armitlrong anli lho Asociation were joitich discuaoemd. 'l'heloro wore no signs of trou ble Ito-dao and the crorwd, nderstanding turroll'o peeition. did not reealt-tho silly demuonstratio orll New Y-,r'eel.Day. Car roll Iel thl teamrn ito thle ?ieSld, Arm temnog followhig hlni. Scvoerl'times dur ing the inninlgs Carroll.eoaluul.atd wlth Arinotrong. Armstrong haa been criti cirued for not miaking his ievis- before Ih, starlt of the lamelll. I e:tays lthat a oleeitte al lirhoght to hiuo lttirihg the South A lstolial satarch asking if he wo od acl. es cattain. lie iaid then that lie would not alcta a a tologap bhat if he wis to cnptai.n Whe "olluiinjl galncs Ito would act. \VWhoa Ie rccived.a letterI that hr wa atppointed cptail hle under otCnt tha t the Xoldition sit o ao aoptl . It woo nit unitil lu o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
AUCT ION FA.\T.ES 'rillS DAY. aohn Rodd, at ('tarver's, DIv toi .t., at 1r2-Engite. AUCTIONS TUESDAY. 5th .\IANUAI.Y, At 'or?rantion Yetrds. G. VLA LINrINI: wilt cvil hry auction, 12 Wsorking B1IL1.OC-KS. in forward condition, s :ell recomnmended hby owner. TITHERIDGE AND GROWCOTT, ROUSE. LAND. & ESTATE AGENTS, 17 MAIN ST.. B.U.LARAT EAST. 30 LTDIARD ST.. BALLARAT. SUBMIT THE .FOLLOWING PRO. PERTIES: CITY PROPERTIES. Armstrong street north. - New VILLA. ix roonms, hall, both. copper. wash hout. Ac.. lath and plastered through. ouat; wetll.fniahed reridcnoe; freehold allottment No. 11 ...... £500 Ligar strcet.-- ROOMS. pantry, both. kitchen wabhhouao, copper, troughs: freehold naiotseat. A good positton. No. !ai ...-... .............. £400 Laons street south.-4 ROOMS and soul. Iery; large freeholl allotment; worthtt inspetion Na A ......... £160 Skipton street. - I ROOMS. verandah back and front, ltrgo rooal; all in splandid order; stabling. woodshed. I cr land. No. AS .........
UNIVERSITY FARCE [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
UNIVERSITY FARCI Theo' Unlversity authoritices of arrifs .wahdt. in l'omenutio, are proceeding on ninot four studisnts wu hove toco bo.l enouogh to pretest against lho drillnking uotouts so prevalent in Georoan uca doemlo cilr??s, During tile clrateeiots of the Koiser's juhilee. tutont., with. their preofeors. hldl greet "Koomero" in the market-place of Garotfewald. It woe a very solem afoair, and much Ieer was druoke btet theo tLmpernnco studonts retoet a protfest, nlld one of t'h?e suf- t ferdl In' conwequenoe three days' arrest in. the tivereit.v loek-lp for agitating Raiolot rtctabltohot UnihTere-ity eusteO?e. This oresinned fretsh protests ngtillnt the ctilon of the riotor, who hps 'ow d?cidcl to oito the rrcalcitrant retndlot Iefore the Senate. Two ef the sodltts Ihvo already keen dismicssed the unrver sity for refetoig to leoae, their fellow ettidenot in peneo.. . Another. foe?tnrdy attompt to swim the Yurra' was 'made with fatal reoults 'n Thtursday at Princoe's Bridge by to...
BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
BATT.AT? A P T" TTnnTTTON )Phn.. mr"" Innrr nlin~trm; of Al' Ai,! ihinn rrrPMnty ff-TI-1rn1 nntt ml .von- - nnll. n rrn1n in flln Invrr Th..; r1ýi41 nl 1r+ ,v.n oi: f n a~n mrnri~nn."fýI ýnmmi-ln'n nf IT -It Ilr .~rlr _fnmnrn~n n~n n'.f-h rl tr:fh norm in. ,-' nnf -1r by Al ,,, hnf by n In rr. --A of f (hri mlor e n -11. A fr..yh .. H.n41,., 1- lknn n"1.Ar.l 4, fhn li-h~hl. f-in In f1,n a1,M, of a nnml- ofn~ nn- hln~.*rlnn l ole of lr1 moo.-, T ?I-.+ ..l~nr- rnnr.pool nn .... lln h1" fhn frlnfnrln T.'' " .- hn ",.11n.",,f )rm~nr&, -llhnorý hn nfnAfThat Iratltution dccllnedl to recelvo thorn,'
THE DANDY PIERROTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
TIII DANDY 1'IE1LROTS. 'I'opnight is the lust apperance of the DandvT· l'iura, cou of the nmcoL c.xblo and cIaroint of tho Daudy cnvOLOOi thant hote ovitod IBallarat. 'I'noight'O prograzozo wld t largely a mlauwt otte, though thbe company h ovae sung so miuly d gongstduriog their visil that the tint of l2pouiu tavorites mutt ho a lone 0110'."·
AMUSEMENTS COLISEUM PICTURE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
A1JIUSEMENTS COLISEUM PICTUr E PALACE. Clapt Ellis roeemed hlis plormisec to Ipro vide a record-breaking prnglrammr at thu Colisnumn on Now Year's Night; indocd. ho more thau kept faith with Iho loublic, the Iroragmoon reficting the g?tratest credit, while tho splendid house rand the plentifid apphrluse during the entire on tertainment tentified to tho satisfec Lion givoen. Tine delightful drama, "Irish Faith," hb the Domino Cuoponly, is nllqnctionahlj- noist e, cffective piece of work, anod too rnuch rei.? can sceirco ly Ibe le.towerl ua oll it. treo all point) of rlow it sgoure." ' Tie ui[ting is uprub, h tihe serer;s Iitureilrce. aed tie Inpt rwell. it -mut irealt beoo cn to he fully appreiatedt. 1aordy! efore has u?- muoch applarns been evoked and genuine niter eat displared ry an rartdiuora tilei in r" spet.of t-hris truly, sLtriling. Iieture. *.Ao for tha rest of thn progranrme. it was e. collemt. A rword troslt bpe aid in prais of thy Vitnrgcrrh.ustar "Tio.Ciown and Primr Don...
PATHE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
PATITI,'S i' 'l'UTlIS. 'Nesr before has a picture b'an e-iv. ed with seli applause ot Ithe Alfred Haill a wl "Kilssing Ciii'." li-) last two nights; it corod" 'n o s.eraohelmtg sue ros. It is n nsanofi.nol raeiei* story that must spra to aloil sport-'oring Aus tralinns. and althourh - 050) feet in loegth intpnne' drlamato intereot It kept no riaht from bhanning to endil. Squire Hothorinarin maoke a aes-nt of a year linog colt. KitintX Csn. to .his doauhter l her 3lst hirthda. hIrelse yesre nos. andl tho S? irot, throollrh fisnnecianl n?s. ito foril to in urtgee is io actes Is hie mlIl Ilnnnira ariahhor Phlcharu Ctrid?.' The latter is in love withl.thl lth iro's dnelah. ter. who. louwever, rtsaeio him. creolwr. ovolriaseasae'.. tlanut-'sn to foesrlave. 'in mresshirneaif the 0staino hieshei his danotrier 'a Irso "to stin hli ' .Ptn o;. Caierla. owever: hn n shnre In tie rnars aonl hbianun emem teh1rielnsn's aibsa tb solo bar that caneiinnor- the volt. 'teii.o Hethlrlnnfnn etnrfA in nl...
EXCURSION TO QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
EXCURlSION TO CIUEENSCLIFr. On wrirlev next the xscutcion to QuzicnIcliflerncngc by the Ebenzer S.S. out tate p1 w. Itteng the ttn4 trip otter the 1IoIdL ys a good demandn c for tic~ket.t to erleeted. Inteonding patrons are wxvined 19 icii CO their tickiets erly. poit tiiitii numier Icing eIupptnl i one uection, itd the dtipartmient lae refuinedl to suppir any more. 'I'n trlin is tiued tol eiiie ait 7.10 a.mi.. etopiping it the Eant anit Wuuurruuheilu, and wilt knve Quicius cliff it 7.5 p.m. Pauuenigtre imny returln via Melbourne if they on deiire.
BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
IIOIIEJLtA: N DRAMATIC COMIANY. Thero was a record atItelnlda?ce at Her Snajnsty's cTlenatee on Thursday night to writler thle lproduction of the elenatioanl IEnglish police dtrma, "tlhe Jluby ling," by tho tlhenian I)uramalic . Letmpany, anld judgingl by tho liberal app)!iLauc the andience w'ece theolueghlv aesllfieel with the entertaieene'at pro'deLd lotr thenm. It wa a mlost eencconel ll relr?ueentation, and quito in keeping witeh at llhe plrcluctiota ofl thls clever rnlopany. Le?t night they proulced e le bultnmroues Ameeeicatl tellnhla nanl cowbaoy dr:na. "lThe Prairie Scolut." ill lilte p?relln eelf a larle iuld .etlethut antic audielce, wheich waa not sinwv lo reognisee thle hligh standarl of nrtitia abiity whichl the variousl artiuts enegagedl in tihe drama broughtel to beat upuon the chartacten enertIreitcl to them. "lieTI Pralirio Scout" will bo repeatecl for the mIltineie tlhi, dfltrenoen oonmmetnuclng et 2.3.1" '1'o-niglht the sensantionnal Ulglo llmaiinn Nilhili.t nlldc...
OLD AGE PENSION PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
OLD AGE P7INSION PA'YMflNTS. gdtnfkd ltrougihout thlo ('onmrnou wraltAh 1(7,411 old ag nso kenIoin; 84O were rejrctcd; 21,011 duatba ccurred; , 4118 wrore ctittolclld and 7541 were inl rroaroo of cornsiderntion. On, 21th Decembor thoro norn 89.282 Pennions in Oorn., The VTic torian 8i8res worn':-17,329 granted. 1724 rejootod; 8±15 donths; 1288 wnce lloitonn; and 201 mndor.cosoideration.
POSTAL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 3 January 1914
POSTAL RECEIPI'S. Dcv. 19(2. Delo. 1913. New SUIli WIalco ... 2'4,33113 .6160,121 Victorin ......... ... 114,547 118,089 Quunslo n .l . . 45,255 54,011 South Australia . 25.656 2(1.214 Wttet Auusteliu ...... 3D.10 1 . 20..:) 'T'O.sllmauni ............. 13,110 15,G12 Total ... .. _6,4.574.£359,;77 Incrco Tuer muonth. £624,53. For the bix-mounths' - oeriodo the figureo wueo: (912, ±2,051.:J9; .1913. X,1205.472; in crease, X153,673.