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AMUSEMENTS BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
AM?USEMEHTS ALI\ARAT EXIIIBITION. The Exhibition had a very gtnaI share of patronage on Saturday atterno,.n cu:d there wve a very large attendance in the evening. Young and old find plenty to inletrest them there. 'The working mta nhiaery is attractive th nall, and the vari ous (tiovernleant exibits, while in a ette ?tses of specinl tenleationen value to oame wnly, are nevertlielevs inforlning to every one. The marionttte nlhow, ahih waln given on Satarday,. and will be given agatn this ?ening,. was a great favorite with the youngsters, for whow hbenefit it was engaged, end to the older people as wall. A frReish supply of deep sat fish, king schonpper, deep sea iuthendl. rock ling, b.ned perch, giant crab, and others ari'ived oi Saturdnay. and when die. p!aw.d in the ice-packed ean nattractedn a good teal of aotic.. The picturen, copeti of old meatera, which nre on view in the model ahip room, make a very fite dis play. nt should be atlong the first ob jectsn to whichl thIe visitor ...
MARYBOROUGH. PRESENTATION TO GUARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
MAfY 0ROUGH. PIt SEN-XATION TO GUARDO. Mr .llurw'd Powel. guonar, hst wo non r -nten with n ilver watch hr his fcilaos P u iIUZnl : on the railway, on the ocuonino ot h i retireme not. IANPSM1EN ENTERTAINED. Thu ~Moyor (Cr II. B. WVilliam-.) cntnrr tointl thu .lnryhorough (4tircuns' Band olnFriday night in rco' nition of thoir win in the qoicikostp ono),, w Yar'u loay. .klcils oun turing the yncr wero prca ;noted to Mcusrs W. Roxhucgh. J. bihohp. aod B. Cox.
CHARLTON. AN OLD OFFENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
CHARITON. AN OLD) (iF I fR. Mlichnrl \Lurphy was euItgrd before Mr iv. "iiItam, J.1'., at the. local c~ourt with being ldrunk andoe dsoerly, ~and with using oboeioo lot l uago. A1coeie'd, against ualoa th iee we ou' .11 prior convic tlooa. wasl dI LJ/,o inldefault seven dacl. n ltIhe fnlot charge..and . ,, or eo mcooth's inpeliscccceceot, on tho second.
SURF-BATHING TRACEDY SENSATION AT POINT LONSO[?] PARTY'S FAREWELL DIP. TWO PERSONS PERISH. BALLARAT RESIDENT'S GALU EFFORT. MR A. M. DAVID'S CLOSE CAL QUEENSCLIFF, S[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SURF-BATHING TRACFDi SENSATION AT POINT L0US?1 :?ENE&TI O PARTY'S FAREWELL Sip'r TWO PERSONS PERISH. BALLARA'T RESIDOENT'S CAl:. EFFORT. MR A. M. DAVID'S CLOSE CAlI: JaM when QUOENBCLIF. l" Just wThen residents uudi Qaneoselit antd S'Yl'nt "ivs lta," grutulatillg .thronilvos tla t j inya had pannso oe oBl t o a a Los was received r h'ul os ,iUb? Wruooin th lt ourf'buthrg Lr?:: IStlpnoed at I'oit LnsdaIdun"t? Pople had lSot their liip' ?rlt'. bmna informantion Orulb.d? i" that party of visitorsa t,lt, a .,S[ I ng there belongaings to ýuoard 1' I.l in rhie ufrnoots, rtcid~e ?: ' ita farewoll dip in Lbe brinay " hu illto opel e l t, Ia a ,o 'Sot Latunelt!o t nfordin tI e N .~' Tho party cronaistudu of JIRr,e y Clnaunus Reabruoo and his hr ?th,?. then Thuusn Seabreok. of ltl:r 4 uup, MaVern; Arther lturdech'? ohr iarokera. t tlhret IIu -Iatl " ttgo;g ]o n furL Jrdk. Ae'' S... tret,, Nortah ?.?t , ,? Muriel batnr s.t n r oat ll triotl. Mdad t Park. TIi f? li. named prrceedl Aadnd...
IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
IMPOIRTANT 10 EVERY WOMAN Mr. s 1'. SrEWAIrr, of the M Arsd qorlm Stoaf of TINi LAtillIa' COb. OF JIXALTH.' iC Blizohroo itrmt. Moiloorne, will viit flallarat an the furt and seoond Tneoloy of eroh mooth, and may ho onoeaaltod ot tlh Orator Hotel from 10.2 Am. to rory womann who i. the rietim of Ill health, or who In throtontnd with a . tomi operation. ard onory wlf. who bran doeppoinhol in ho. droirn to All the noble mienoow of mothorhonol,shoold rlk the akjfnl orll.o of Mr. tftowart who Ia the only loohy Tiaoltig Bollarat arthorhool to wypply I)r 3 UI. Coomleyg. o.rbmrtn1 Orange Lil ro m Tr'trotin t, lioro who cannot nell loreonnily or. invited t» woyild d for pomhooo to Ilept aft Lof.,'ra Mrlhermn. for ftn tfew, a ntI oboota Onido to Tloolth," a hboa hioha4's1 women uhonld parmn.
ELUSIVE PRISONER RECAPTURED AND AGA[?]CAPES. STRUGGLE WITH DETECT. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
ELUSIVE PRISONER R: CAPTUInIE. ANt)D A I;' STRCoaLE WITH DETEI:r': MELUOIINlH, Snidalo'-I John Clark, the prisonrr loj i from tho City Coort " no 'i il am,- was rcciptucd, and n coolol clapic itiin IuL nc' remarinblo circun ?non.l Acting upon i torma tio a newly-marrird mn, an. r 1 ii -n trescription of Clark. h tvi to a certain houso fit aI el tttl last night. DetIs Iferr itd BI, t t, thi ploai. ind arr ngfI'' th,1'. dal rouple should hr s , it titular room. ' T'I'h detorcint v covrrretl th I tlhot room, andi upon tioe rhl".l'i?''t in nshort] aftlrwcnrtn ilf ditcto' a out of hding. 'rh., fonnd femalo wans thlo worinn inhu wil nt tile sarr"c ti ! legel tn bo his wIife; bit lhti 1 su.rrl eting that the copl.' 'rnt in nq rpij,. t e tin. oherei t h iof ia m Its" T) tLs. Alld . .. of ri illildli ng. 1' tctivou held arrcMtd "irl: ii insbin wo, and lhey wttro ar . . if t l e o l a on t s l: r l:, . EEized 1im. . i,"?:2 M)h t olrr cr rocP OlNI prisoner by pulling hii orti " " his airms, wh...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
INDEX TO ADVERITISEMEN'T'S Amusements pogo B M..diia . . . i Auctions .. B Meetings. . .. 8 T11rtI .. Mlnr. Mlrinin Notice. A-H rinlgo. Denhr 3 Monoy I Cuonlb 'rioo-tablo 8 I'ublii NotIom 4 innnveyanr.,n I Seaside Resorts . 8 3".. I~... , . . 4 Shipping * I for ireo ...... 4 Situations Vnennt B }'or Solo . . 48 Situdnoe ,V'Lt B on oralo ..8 Tender. .8 own.ooo d Land Wonntrdl o llr , for Solo,,,, ,4.8 IWonted to Sell 4 0 WO.n.l Known B
SEARCH FOR GAOL-BREAKER SUSPECT DISCHARGED. POLICE ADMIT MISTAKE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SEARCH FOR CAOL-BREAKER \ SUSPECT DISCIIAIGED. POLICE ADMIT MISTAKE. MELBOURlE, Saturday. The man who was anrreetd in the Gippt land district recently on a chaige of bn ing John Henry Sparks, who en-ped from Pentridgo 10 ye-rt ao., appnared at the City Court to-day. e woo defended by Mr C. Barnett. He was charged. undre the name of John IHenry 8l rk.a, with having eramlcd from Iega odwlaly o0 3rd July, 1901. Mr Ihrnett mrid that his client denied that ho wao? in any wnay idnatiotl with Sfmrkt. lnop itnker Maid thore hdl evidently been a mintclko mnde. Det A. S. Btnvett maid that certain in formaUton wa recived nlt headquartet , nld, as co seettllleoer, nn intintiaon was Rent to Ciplpland and the man was ar ret.-d. Iro ct bbrouCght to MoUlJornoe for the I mineaa of identification. tie had mron ow by Inmp M'Munamny, M-r Mid dlnli,?yhh. I1 ]]?wkin,-, witu,,. and the loUr wardenr who hod Sparks coecnot-ly under observaotion. The police were at iatt?l that the nmar blofore the atelr erls...
The Ballarat Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
PUBLIShED DAILy. First Copy Insued 10th June, 1B%. MONDAY. JANUAIY 5, 1914. Amnmj tho mnnttenn n-,ihulmight barn been rngarded qs quitn rxntltn bnyond oritinism, nrno. by prnndticn, in thn nttnn dant onfwomen otndnma at thoe flnivrnr nit~ie for n ninny gEnrtiannn, opn onlly to mwn. Uoinnmitny dnentin bin, not Ixn,, ,noibtnb, to wiomen nttkdknni inn v,:r many ymrx. Dot it lion lwn aviled of by th1m in Ininnnning nlumn orn mne the trail hm bnbkn fo thrn, by the during girls vnho firnt inplirn, to dmynnen in menioitn,, ina, niininn. nsi. Wonmnn ninnit., hbe nfotmrlnl il hn Lanino bnmesin n n men nti.Inntn, by thin tin,,, in'i nnrly nnvy (n verifiy in thin IEmpnir, nol in mny otlmjn Uinnnnnnit. 'TIlhy inno lion d- pereuntnt the eFarn lecturrm, pgaed the c- mine xa;ilnatimns, cnde have become m. re. titled to the aunoe diplorma. T!helrhave n adventrled into o?ery field of ltnmring- l with credit to thbaou?lves. There ismuoh he ground for the opinion thab, wrhen they apply themselves to l...
ACCIDENT AT CANTERBURY. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
ACCIDENT AT' CATI?'E ?.fl]ny. SY'l)N'NY, Slndnvi In tbo Juvenilo Hnatdick at Cntfrrlbry Park oil Saturday l'Tn fell, and brotghtlt down Cubariouu, I.arprnp, alnd the Duke of Sparta. B. Coin who was r?l!ing the last.normed her.ne, wo neierely injured, and had to be taken to the hl;pital, Tir otlher rider sutaliledl ninor injllnries. Tho stipondiary stewards foall athlt no blameo was attachable tls anyllone.
W.A.T.C. MEETING. PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
W.A.T.C: ME20ETING. '"-" 1TII, Sunday. The annual mnoeting of Iho West Auv tralian Turf OCtb wa cwnoludtd reutter lay. ''lIo principal erct, tUn Cnulti stand PIlata, £1000, raulld:--ltlulnoar, &t (,vwi.), I Artesian, It lib ()uo aood), 2; Saturate. 9at 1v h .(rahtr m). 3. B)etting Bvcn montey ithe wull?,r. WV'on by Ittf a head. Tlime. 2 lilr. It sac. 1)iiridend (10/), Ll/I[. the Iuperial Sakes, £1l070, rosaltenl: hfurella. Got 101b (Young). I1 tuarri Lad, ot (Sibbortt), 2; Kcoroo r, Telrt Iib (I)ron-, nan), 3. lStting: 10 to I agt. tlt a-ih nor. 'Yon by thtreatounrtoro mt a length. Tno. 2 min. 35-5 o, n. J)iri"detdl(lO/) £12/6/" . .