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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SCZEMAS f C t itching, burn rg, suffering and of sleep cau ed by eczemas, and irritatl ns of the sklin scalp are at o cc relieved and ent skidn h alth restored in cases by arm baths with ra Soap f lovcwd by gentle cations of cura Ointment. • ravin W oal ! t Ihrlherl n Ed A llb~.I of o n , -Da t? t eln tI era mmnql I (Y IlAM Nl pDWC . unIv. 1rO.y .u.a. w. Agents, J. J. GOLLER PTY., Ltd. -V 0- isnfflor GRIPES IN HORSES "'Some linmo go our horne was doaw witha Ihad crttOk of Odp aIa nae MI"" 3 J. Coln, Maor's (hrk N.I.ýW. "1 rid porornl rnodles. but ty had no ofoot= 6n a lot ras 1 r horne thr Ibasponnaful o! aml an'a File nn. Db~rrh y iotlad an ! 'prommun a a~11 nblobo nt~linae all H was oý hi da , and new Io M wU S over, Sold y al chemist .od atonskaqm FIRST AID TO THE INJURED Aeridoant amo conmmon in ovary haunt' hold, and it is nrctrwry to bh rt,?ol f aaeh nomeorgeancioa. A bottlo at Dr Shell don' Ma1gnotino inioment will rulierv may oa sufferer. It taoko tIo pin froml oer, burn or ...
ALTONA BAY TRAGEDY. FISHERMAN'S GALLANTRY. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
ALTONA BAY TRAGEDY. FISIEM1UMAN'S GALLANTRY. IdELIBOUIN?E, Saturday. Enquiries by Scrgt 'P. Curtin into the circumstances surmunding the cnpsi.ing of a fishing boat and the drowning of two of its ocunpants at Altona Bay'a fow days ago ihosee that a gallant but in effectual attempt at rescue wan mande by Mr Wiliamn Smith, a fisherman. In a statement to Senrgt Curtin, Smith stated that 1ho was out fishing on that dlay, and noticed the three mcl in the bhoat. Tihe aolthor became very rough, and- he watched th5 boat for some tilme. Wavre 10 to 12 feet high were going over the aides of the hoat, and he maw the ocu pants baling. 'Tiey did not sigaml that they wer i dtistress, and consequently he did not go to their a?siatagee until he aw thlat the oraft was upset. Hie ob tained the servirce of two men, and went out in his fishing-boat. After making sosum prnrems his companions, being in enporitnecl., refused to go any fIarther. Re then took off fis shirt and, jumping into tihe water. swam...
STRIKE AT NEWSPAPER OFFICES. PUBLISHING DIFFICULTIES. LABOR JOURNAL "IN THE FASHION." HOBART, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
S1R'IKI AT NE,?, hiP-tw , OP,,ICf? . PUBL l imH1N0I li FlduTI.Es.. i.iBOR JOURNAL "IN 'TJn IASIION. , IOBARTI, 'Saturday. No effort Ifls been arida to bring i emunt ,t aettlemoont of -the newspaprer strike. Tho men nre waiting for the proprietors to approeqh thoem, and the srator print arO nre waiting fora mn from tim em ployoes, and neither so for show any in. alination to advance. It is generally considored tlm t the I l.c mand mada by the meon is unreasonable. At a metling of nhe mln. ni openl vote was taken, rwhich wao cnndemned on all aidro. Tim feeling is that if utn official from the oxeentivo of tha Australian 'ly pographriecal Union in MIellbdurno haid comao aer ho wonuld hiave snoen thai. tile clnirnm 'could not a rmet. and a compro mise on the lines.offered by thie mnutera anold have been arrived nt. 'horl ag. antst the strike complain that the mlajor ity was composed of apprentice? and ir. rl.sponsibleo. while thle miniority consislted f oen awith mature milnds. Thoa "le...
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES DROWNED IN A DAM. FORMER BALLARAT RESIDENT THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES DROWNED IN A DAM. FORMER BALLARAT RESIDENT TIIE VICTIM. Mro Margaret Ethel Baird, about 39 yers of age, wife of Mr iugh Baird marmgeo of the Vyuna Eoxperimentai lzm, wao foound drowned in a large dai neor the homestead on Friday. The body was -cld ino a bathing optoumo. Mrs Baird was n fine swimmier, and it a?o her intention to instruct the Wyona school children in the aquatic exercise otter the holidays. Only meegre telcgralhie details have heen reccivod locally regarding the nnd vent. , The drsasad was not subject to fits,. but it wIould appear that sho was overcome by some sudden weoakneh such ts a fatinting fit, and that she slipped, and in falling towards the water struck her head on the hard bank of the dam. 11cr elothbr wero found ipacked an the bank, with the exception of her bat, which was discovered floating near by in thae water. At the time of the fa tality Mr Baird and his daughter (there aro a daughter and two nons n the fan ily were in Kyobri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SALE SALE SMORSHEAD'S SENSATIONAL SALE O BOYS' SUITS STARTS TO-DAY. PREVIOUS TO STOCKTAKING. MOTHERS, SEE OUR PRICES. 5 Bridge Street, Ballarat. SSALE SALE WANTED. TO SELL A A.-VIOLINS: all leading makes. from 27j6 each fpaith wt ow and case); half-a o violin. godn tone 35/;- three quarter size Maggini, .£2. Tria.l given. ]sane Abrahanm 2., 205, and 207 Stlir at AL-L-s ne? Piano Stool, heap, at A l Bseieree and Walkern's. only £9, at lesenores and alker'S. S1I Overmanltd, a brgar -?-in, Ber" A mores and Walker. 125 Sturt st. LTA AnE .c of god" econd'hand Couches, low prices. Besemres and Walker. f-.-alnut Sidebeoard, beautiful mai Sty. coet £.G; our prie, .£10/101. Iane mere aned Walker. SW"-A- l i-droon Suite, oval mirrors, N only D15. Iesemeres aend Walker. Tai- Eilib nrd. besel aurrors, gend quality. anly ?, eJ. d uaemieret nd Walker. Bridge st. 5Fe Oak Sidekear J new), nly r S Uid oatta ne and Vokr u. l for Clhristma? lescmerres and Walker. - IleWmerrs aned Walker's. FINI let of...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA V BALLARAT. PROMISING YOUNG BOWLER. BALLARAT'S IMPROVED BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SOUTH AIUSTRALIA V IIBALLARAT. PROMISING YOUNG BO12,"l3.s Bs ALLTABAT'S I tMPROVED 'BATTING. From the point of view of Iatlarat the Scricket on Saturday on the lhstcern &o -the second clay of the match against the South Austalia--wanot much more satis ortfactory than it waso on Friday. ,Unfor ttunately. the tame cannot be said of the 1,d attendance. The takingo were certanly about .13 better btut they did net amoto t iito 25 for the match, and the .srcciation will lres far more thoa it can afford to theo lse. The enterprise in bringiug such iu- team Item was worthy of bhtter sUy prt. If more tsucs games could he played, bot rt ter support might be fortheminiuag, and cc tthey wooldtcertaintl 'help to improve ttnt ltdart cricketers. It is only occasionally however, that matches cant be harrangc )nagainst sack combinations. atnd thenre is t very little opportunity of working up public intereot it hIigh-clvs cricket. or ot of giving the players the experience that begets confide...
INTER-STATE CRICKET VICTORIA V NEW SOUTH WALES. HOME TEAM'S BATTING COLLAPSE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
INTER-STATE CRICKET xVICrORIA V SNW SOUTH WALES. UOUME TAM'S BATTING COILA.PSE MELBOUTLRE, Saturday. With a deficiency of 258 rune on the first innings and two wickets down for! 3 runs in the eoonmd innings, the Vie-1 torians were in an extremely awkward situation when the NoNw South Wales at-I ta"k war continued on the M.C.C. Gro.nd1 to-day. The oweather was again delight fully fine. Whan play wa. reumuil the attendance waa only moderate, but it iu creaed materially towards lunch hour. ~ rkeek (not out 1) was joined by Park. tile former facing the bowling of Cotter. Elovon runs came from the over. iiolud ing a butiful cut to tine off for 4 by Carkeek. Park hall only scored 3 .hen lie lifted lMurie's second ball right into Bardsley's hands close in at m'"-ou. 3 3--14. Baring oined Ci kLrt. nd n ot Macetio to leg for 4. Another ter came with Cottwr' second, when Carkock. trying to cut Cotter, brought the Uon to the bottom of the off stump. I- - Io 2t. The appearance of ,Arastrtn aons...
INQUEST ON INFANT. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
INQUEST ON I.NF'NT. 3.ELBOUlIE. Saturday. At the hMaoe today the Coroner, i)r tale. enqulred into the death of an un known toalo inlant whose body was found in a cart in a lano at the rear of Chapel street, Blalaclana. on 8th Do a?olorn. The Coroner, in returning a rerdict of death from oehanstion. duo to inflammation of the bowelos aid that it waa possible that it hadl Ld a lone ourse of illnesS. Dr Brntt howeer, stafed that tho organs howne no si0n0 of dis~me. Otherwise the child did not appear to have been neglected. It 0-oa moo like a oonealment of death than actul murder. The police might be able to find out who the wonman ovna that had p.oken to the teanm en on 7th Docem ber. She was earrying momnthiug in a whitn slhawl. Sinbinep Sampson asid that further enquiries would be made
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
BILLIARDS. Tho ?cond romond of the billiard tor. na?nont ben?g ounlduoted at the Seohbat.o pot Young nlean? Ln io (alnat cor ,plot, and overt good game haoe been -itorsed. On Saturday night .f. fop kins maet . Bloch, but failed to ooncd the number of pointo to his oponnt, an,,t1 woo duted. I- -LoClmO (.)eerl defeatbul T. Lo?oT?n ool. •A ýýlo more games in tho b dhision haveo yet to be played.
SWIMMING. FIVE MILES RACE. PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SWIMM ING. FIV3 UtI?I RlACE. PE'TH, Sunnday. Aline Harulmrn; 13 yore of ngo. a re? laer of tho Perth Ladies Club, on the fivu.milo swlmminl vone from Apple orts to Perth yezterday aft?rnun. IV. Ieid, of Coolgardi0, wae arcond, and Enid iaw-t, Perth., third. The winner had 55 rain. start and wam the dietann in 2 hours 37 n. The8o S0 yde, rdulpionnbip od No Sbtoh \Val(r we ron by Longworth, wh boot Smith by 17 yde; Adrian wa third. Time. 7 mian. 273-1 0(0.