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BALLARAT V HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
flATTn\nA' V ll NPMA HFsJ.9 1 (u rom fln IljlllllllRvil (S·.· c1nh AYninhedl a titreUlInU l. oant intr l y n tlcrnnnn, shl~n thcrar m h N'm nt nt tho )lallnrat dabh E ýh afrr l t Thn ýielioon o llnl llla ,'"k In n lol rnon nnaridalna( R hN y play nl a mntah with the Meltaaaofl daub ut Wiadenr, On Tn'aalaa they mnot (ha Viatoria nanb at Canrton; WnRtnanday mis deoeted tn a. deylinht imith with 1?ihwutianl Unio inidi an eletrle ligt ta sch w Fih Pitzoy. ThLh otrupolitnn il raimlnon wns oinlndsd on Thursday with a match at St. Kilda. The vlsit?rs lost all tuatclhm except thu Tlttroy eau gagemeat, wlhch ended hIn a io, an i m tlhor than risk anothlor defa by play ing lie extra sld they wore content to live thei mnatch desw. Chi Friday merning the vialture lrrivel i llallurat wthl threo rinks, nel played tho Central Club in th5 afturlloon aned the Least Club at Ieight. cndl were dsefated il beth m.tlh ti, uid sharedrl thli rais? ntt whsn they soit Ihilhrat oli Stlurdaly. Theo roturneol t...
PRESS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
I'Ul-SS MATrttCHI. -'or yeaPrs p?nt teamn representing the Iallrle raL nd Me.blln?rne P1'rera Irue ran noally play)l two hwelig errat?? e?. atnd by tlhose inter-stol the trLrcnttn are Icok rd forlward to as mrour on recount. of tlhe oxclumge of cordialities they rafloel an the a?aruoax+ of a keenl lteat. Airtor day Inrast ar the lirt tcoiln the Balla rat T1'rans have beea I eoter at hoena. vThe vi|try scurad by the visitor was it aust drJciive one. aend until Bfoater. at all rents,. when the return rlmatch will be ~ayed tih. aaht? will remeain in Mr-I. lurno, lncluded in tho rnranh of tihe rtelrourno ,teat weore ?everal of tie lhldilg eirrnnart players of flelboarnerasrr etrfrrlrutlr tearrs. atnd although ilallarrat prit it? troIt railable Leant on the geron, they fell a gnod leal short of their op aneont? for consistency of play 'tire ltallarmt (lthIr generMsly pracri their r?en nat tle disloptl of tUn Pr-sa tmta. It tri it firt-rclar iewling trimr. teirrg foa?L and reliali at b?lt...
CLARENDON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
CTARENDON RACES. Th1 Chlrenldon picnic race meeting will be held on lounncdtion Iay. 2mth .Jnamary, and nrrangcmlllt hIvno bopn mond for Iho presentation of an inlrrel ing string of eents. Nomninalions il all race,, excont lock nnmd Dislrirt Pony. close on ~mlnday, ItlE Janury. with tloe erermmrv, 3Mr John Noumonl. tI mighbt t ball will lobe place.' Particulars of ltho various rac are ndvertisoe elreolhero.
BOWLS. B.B.A. V GEELONG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
tOWLS. By "Tho .aock." B.Bt\. V aIWFt}Ns A NOCIA'f?',N 'IThe reently-formed i.-long and Dis trict Itowling tvscnaltioi play3ed it,; first aitnll on Satlrday lost g~ilh?ot the Itl larat An-c?iatiou on tihe IllarltiL Leet Club's grano at Mount 'h?lasant. 'T'he visitlng tfom. waa rsovi;ed at tle grien bMr Ti. ,..Wilill upa. Jlitu. tnoeltary, it tht unavoidnable ab.aiuco of IMr J. (ilsa : prsident of the Billaruit Ard'ot e time, and-in "welcoming the reprnrnLW tivm of the '.atrdo city to Lallamnt, con tratislntel thm upon thle gftusst titeri tes . whifcth lit lxcon toke in thie h mto ant f?loiong during the lust two rartono and the formation of two additional clubs at \Wnt.GOewofe odi aIslt (folong. fr W. A. Spring, presidl?nt of tihe IBal laciit Isont Club, amo entcelild the vini tor tn welcomn to the Ballalant at grens. and hiopel that the itesrcb'vtutgr' of itatohe wnhich tlecy rim cow jno suggr ating wotill long continue. T'o v-siing tlram ijnlurded in its rinks soe fine exportsini ...
"EXTREME IMPRUDENCE." ONLY A POLITICAL RUSE. RADICAL SOCIALIST PARTY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
"IXTRItF E UdIMPRUDENC|." ONLY A IOLITICAL RUSE. IADI)dCAL SOCIALIST PARTY. S LONDON, Sunday. iLr Lloyd-George is at present spend inl i hlhtnay at Alglors. Thn "Obrver" qilrlntirr wrhetlor Mr Lloydl-Oeorgo' uttorance ronutin' as much ns eixited France imnglnea. T''he Chancellor's statrment, when examined, is gumrdedl, and, ldespite its axtremo im prudente. appearsi I.to her only ia neor to ige Ihe forera of aledinallsm and Ilbor olgither in view of thie next general elec tion. Ther real interet in the declaration lies in the fact that if 'tr Llordl-Oerge is In definitely lead a Radical 3ournnliet iolmination witth a policy dIrstnlctire to thle era rn,nar of lie IEmprire. there will I- needl for It niw atlional Itparty to com bt lthe peril.
CABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S] ARMY OR NAVY? GERMANY'S CHANGE OF POLICY. MR. LLOYD-GEORGE'S VIEWS. CONSTERNATION IN FRANCE. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
CABLEBGRAMS tNtu UTl.u't ARMY OR NAVY? GERIMANY'S CHANGE OF P'OICY. ,R LLOYD.O.ORGIa 'S vin ws.' CONSTERtNATION IN F ANCE. PARIIS. Soturday. Iecont statements mado by Mr Lloyd GCorge have moaoed ounsturnatoiun i r?oll Tohe neowspapers reseut what they detcribu as a ouoplaeonot reforenuo to th acotion of Germany in roncentrat ig ol tih artoy instead of LIh navy. n T i o" lllllelros Fr-nco'o cror. mooue elototoatore no thi result of oer nany's ohange of policy. The same journal adds that if' Franco i ulttimatelay ompeoled . to chutmso be tween the army nodi navy, a thing wohich Mir Lloyd-Geoooe apparently eonsiders in rritahlb for all nations of'tlho Cntinent, the hMeditterrnann sitnation therely rre. MtA will be aythling out sattsfactory to Eglaund. Itt .tlo interview referroed to the Choun collor is reported to Uhave t .idt: - "Theo ireeoat is a favorableo lnuo to overhaul oxtpeadlturo oln armaments, as tile strain has become relftr.d owitug to Sir Edtward (troy'su diplomnry, us Con...
THEFT OF HANDBAG MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
THEFT OF HANDBAG - MEL1IUIRNE, Satunrday. A'iflred Arthur wan sentenced to 14 ujas' lmprimonment at theo City Court to-ay on n charge of haoving stolen a hand-bug and a pumrse-oontaiinf 11., the property of Florenoe Regan. lre Regan said tht selo como into the city.at 3 p.m. yrester duay, and with a woman friend, wont to a uco in West Melbourne. They loft there at I p.m., and Arthur was in their nenpalfy in King street, City. She flt a tang at her hand", aidl Arthur ran away. William V. llrown. OCrore Frhderiok Trdvalies, and Roland J. TI lory', ynthls, stated -that when they nard trs IRegan uail onut tlhat her puero wa. stolen they ohesd and finally cnaught Art'hur in Spencer nrret, and hand?d] him ovur to tluo constbles. Artlhur wben arrested deniol having stolen the pllrse and. all that was found on him was u penny. Mr P. Cohen, P.M., compii mientnl the youths on the f.usiotanse they ihadn rendoreh,.to the potlice, and he alto colored that their expenses should - be paid. _ _.
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS EXAMiNATION It9SULTS. Ballarat School oflinem.--Mlinrano?, -Udo I.-l'nss, o credit: Charles \V. Joy. 82;'Syduey 5?. Power, 77. Pass: GOar dton iiely, 68; Leslie do Crat, 69. P0tr3 logy-Grade I-,Pa.': Bleenmu Andersone (II. ,!al~era~--Proliminry--Passp credit : David U M'Grath, 84; James It. Staecy, 79; Harold C. Ayent, 79; Albert Dor man, 100; lobert M'Vitty, 92; Percy C. Frank, 92; John P. Jam,* 100: John G. Gauher. 95; Ritchard 8. Dale, 95; HaIrold Jolly. 100; Roy II, Paktin, 5.; William J. tichards, 80; Albert E. Willioams, 92; Franecis Gibbs, i00; Harry J. Dixr. 100 Albert R. Lukel. 100; Rlobert A. Burgs, 100; Francis G. DYavis. 84 onwarrd U Bennett. 1I) John C. Duller. 100: Allan hfall. 75; Juhn Ii. Sullirvn, 92: William Davies, 92; Gllnstno Procter. 8; Ilanse iner '. B. Jon., 100; Jolhn H. Mfrting 8.:1; William II. WVestocal, 87. Paiss (:olin C. Ilrittain 67; John |otherrng l;hle. 70; Lrelio 1. llratle 72; crnct B. Piuney, 0: James logerson: 20; Nor :nan Carm...
MINING MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
MINING MANAGERS' ASSOCGIATION A meting of thle Ballaratn Mining maagera' Aelnciation was held at the oltec on Saturday night, Mtr William Paro (preidont) in tine chair. 'The?n wa large attendance. Thue uunminationa ha oflicern for the next year were ans tl lo:--elreaident, Mr " clward Ilardy; vie-president, Mr Charles Willians; reanarer, Mr .. \V. Tank; secretary Mr at. ML'Leih. The president reported thai ha had visited .Mr itche.s, antd wan leased to state that ha waa gettint atas n 'ell as coult be espIReted onsic ariag thu acere nature ot his alccident. tt Iichuarl reportrd having lereireni a teller front Mr Motilo, late of Cornwali, and now ci New itealand. in which ha ri tuaiad hinm to counvey his kihdcst greet iaIto tile Aeociation,. anti eprneld a hope that every branch of the .hioeaiation nwtid iinist that tmiinng manatvels i" Vicoria shoulld hold ertfieantes. In hin letter Mtr iulo snaid that nince that ta was put its force in No Zealaad it ad given investors amore onhidhe...
MEETING OF MR M'RAR'S SUPPORTERS KEEN FIGHT EXPECTED. WARRACKNABEAL, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
Mfl 'fl lG OF 3L0 MIltAS SC'PORtT KJI~ FIGIrr E?-ECTED. w.\RDACI-I--NADBItAL, Saturdny. A meeting of tho supporters of Mr F. M?"a?c. who is conelting tho Borong eat againjt Mr llutlhineon, Minister of Water Supply. w hold Uti oaflternoon. Thero wan a lanlgo athtndance. Cr John IRngo presided, and meid the at teodanco indicmied dilsstisfaction in mnganl to the political ont eM lairs. and showed fthaL the time h?d arreved for oppaoition in the JIhoung el ectorate. le dscrierd 3Mr Ml'o an a broad-minded and level-heoded man. Itefrene waso made doring the meeting to the prrenee of a spcrial ommimiionrr. who urged Mr II'RoM' s withdrawal at tis juncture ratheor thabn creole disunion in the Liberal ranke. After eoisidernton the meeting decidrd not to entertain the idea. Me Milan gave a brief onutlino of his pl.itial views, and said he stood as a leheral. Mr Hutchinson will deliver his olpening addreca here on Toesday night. when he will be mpported by Mer Murray. Sir A. J. Peacock, and Mr...
COUNTRY NEWS AMERICAN LAND-SEEKERS SEVERAL PURCHASE IRRIGATION BLOCKS. ROCHESTER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
GOUNTRY NEWS AMERICAN LAND-SEEKERS SVERAL PURCIIASE tIL.ItATION BLOCKS. RltOCHItS't'PEl. Satulrdnay. Mr Elwoil Mood is visiting irrig?ioi areas. inspecting blocks. At a ieletin of niettlo"? att tliaoawnm latt night, Mt ,tead advised rngirding the eowing of wintor fodder. eto stated that a large party of land-seekers would visit Itochho ter settlements on 5th andl 6th lFebruary, and spoks euthusiasticaly. of thie ifO gross shown. Before leasino" for an in spectiou of Naitutella e'tt emeot this morning, Mr Meids was quesotioned regardl i?p the allegul shartage of blotks. lte said that land-seeken mostly desired land in the heart of Bomawmn settletrellt where progress swas most noticeable. nod no lond wms anvailable. At Niannela. Tongalan. and Eshlrea plenty of unim provedn blocks were available. Visits of thie three mcontinginti of .\me. ricnan visitors to thie Ronhester irrigation sarea lave borne fruit quickly. Str Irish. who hoa farmedn in Canila witllh disheartening resllts, is ta...
GOLF. PORT FAIRY TOURNAMENT. PORT FAIRY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
GOLF. PORT FAIRY TOURNAMIYNT. pORiTJ FAIRY. Saturday. Ideal weather .as experl(OOl to-lday when?tlhe golf o:urnan ut was coatinuad. 'Tho eores wejo:r ME1N'S HANDICAP. l8 holes, droko oly.p 18 holes, Atroke play. Ur. Hp. Nott. C. 'ro ........ ... ... . 92 18 72 Jai. Iloberlon ....... ....8 79 1. Ioror . ... .. . 81 eso. L81 C. Wilson ............ 99 18 81 1). Dolo ............... ..99 18 83 C. Weolter ............. 92 9 83 D. Moroney . 2........... 1 203 10 83 N. WJilheol ............ 89 CIIlPO1SIIII' POR-T FAUIRY GULOI GLUB. 18 hobol, shtroko play. Jan. lRobor.on ............... 8 C. W..Ellgor ... ........ ... 85 1F. MuggridI . .. . . C. Troy ..... ....... 9....... 9 J. ilibon .....97... . 5 J. i. 2'Callum ..... ... .99 1'. I. Tul1lett .... . .. ;. 100 A. I?. Bairrd ........... .... ..: 100