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FEDERATION'S OFFER. TO MEET THE GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 January 1914
TO MEET THE- OVERNMF.? " The : strie ileaders have' decided` to ,ommunicate with the Government. The proposal is that the- strike now ::being teneral; the Federation is prepared to discUss settlement.: The Federation is willing to meet the Government. FIZZLING OUT AT CAPE. S CAPETOWN, Tinisday. .The. strike `in .the Cape . Peninsula ieems to ,be fiizling',out, though the Federation will. ieet to-night to' con iider whether- there. shall:be, a general strikie in the lape Province or not.
TRADES HALL DEFENDERS. OFFER TO SURRENDER. GOVERNMENT INSISTS ON ARREST. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 January 1914
TRADES HALIi DEFENDERS. d OFFER TO SURRENDER.: i , SGOVERNMENT'INSISTS 'ON S'ARREST. Ifs JOHAN;ESBURG, Thursday. The '300 men who, barrica ledtbemiii relvey at the' Trades' Hall -have offered" to` surrendei- ''The Government hasi re alied that they must be arrested,; fo? ibly'if necessary. MINERS'.ATTITUDE. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday./' The situation, among the miners on the reef; continues on the whole satis factory. Reports.indicate that many miners showed a decided unwillingness, to come out. The men seem well dis nosed, but .to-day is the critical time. and will showwhether the miners are responding. to .the orders of- the Fede ration or not. Wednesday night .pass" ,d,absolutely without : incident, apart from the arrest of personsnot.possess ing permits. The Trades Hall is still isolated, and no pedestrian or cart is allowed to` go anywhere near the building..;, ,Atisome mines the underground men ire coming out. At others, the under:' pround men are continuing to .work, and . only ....
JOHANNESBURG, Thurs., Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 January 1914
JOIHANNESBURG, ,Thuirs., Midnight. It is reported-that the extraordinary measires.taken by the Government will be successful, and.that, the collaipse of :the strike i'. imminent. At a late .hour last night it was'expected that a u11 service of 'tiains would be ru ning to-morrow. A number of strikers are returning to Bloemfontein and other main rail way centres. These men declare that it is useless to continue striking, as their leaders have been arrested, and everything has been reduced to chaos. It is also reported that the collapse of the miners' strike is imminent, though the position of the mines this ,vening is almost unaltered from the somewhat mixed position of this morn ing, when some of the mines were idle. while others were working as usual, and others were working with reduced staffs. Reuter's correspondents throughout, the strike area report an abatement of the strike and a slackening of enthu siasm among those taking part.
SURRENDER OF TRADES HALL. LEADERS ARRESTED. TAKEN TO POLICE HEADQUARTERS. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 January 1914
.URRENDER OF TRADES HALL.: 1LEADERS ARRESTED. 'TAKEN. TO. POLCE?? HEAD : ".QUARTERS,, ' : .JO??o-JHANNESBURG,. Thursday. : T e' Trades :Hall, surrendered unncon litionally. to-day i, The,: leaders, Bain, Mason, and 30 others, were marched uinder,, an. overpowering eiort: to po 'ice headquarters. RAIJWAY S "RIKE. COLLAPSING.r The .railway.: strike is ;believed to, be °ollapsing.: e The train service is ow g n r sumed-.
SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 17 January 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. The marriage of Miss Eleanor Flo- rence Akhurst (Nellie) Laidler, daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs J. M. Laidler, of "Veronica," Maryborough, and Mr &nbsp; James Colin Chisholm, of Maryborough, and formerly of Ararat, is arranged, and will be quietly celebrated at the end of January. On Stturday 'evening last :the friends of Mr John Kelly assembled at' his resideice, St. James, for the pur pose of bidding farewell to him and his family. Mr Kelly had been in the e.1ploy of the Railway Depart ment for about 30 years, and for the past nine years had held the position of ganger at St. James, and it was on account of his retirement from the service, and his removal to reside in Ararat, tnat the gathering took place. Tnere was a large attendance, and Mr Carver, who occupied the chair, said that when it was known that Mr Kelly and family were to leave St. Jahles their friends decided that they eduld not allow them to take their depart ure without showing the esteem. in which ...
LABOR PAPER CENSORED. ANOTHER ATTEMPT ON RAILWAY JOHANNESBURG, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
LABOR PAPER CENSORED. ANOTHER ATTEMPT ON RAILWAt' JOHANNESBURG, Saturday. The Labor newspaper, -the '!Johan 'esburg Evening News," appears-with .he leader column blank, except for a ohrase, "The matter for- this column 'as been censored." .Apart from Pretoria-nearly-,all tid iien in the Transvaal are graduallyy re: :uming .work. There is very little change; in ti, position at the nimnes, and that ilittl, ndicates improvement. Another attempt" has been made to vreck the main line: northwards of Kimberley: Geineral Smuts declares tlhit ai pro lamation termiating martial law will be issued as '6~n as the positioni wai 'ants such a course. NO OFFENSIVE EPITHETS S?Mr~. Hoy, :general manager of.: the :ailways, ;has telegraphed to the disaf fected centres that it must-be d`istinct y understood .that - re-employeda, strik 'rs or their wives will. not:be allowed o. use .pprobrious -terms or intimidate he men who remained loyal during the :trike....The penalty for-. a breach of his order is d...
BURGHERS THANKED. SPLENDID MOBILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
BURGHERS THANKED. SPLENDID MOBILISATION. General Smuts, Minister for Finance and Defence, has sent a message ex aressing the thanks of the Govern ment to the burgher conimandoes call ,d out, and particularly to those "who achieved such splendid feats of mobil sation in reaching the Rand in time o enable the Government, by using its own resources, to deal firmly and 'ffectively with the national danger." Martial law is no respecter of per sons. The Mayor of Pretoria, who was arrested at the strike headquarters 'esterday evening, had only gone -here to discuss matters, with a view o mediating in the strike. While he vas so engaged, the police arrived on he scene, and he was arrested wi:h he others present.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
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CORRESPONDENCE. [To the Editor.] MUNICIPAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
COBRESPONDENCE,: . [To the Editor.] ' MUNICIPAL OBSERYATIONS. Sir-llaving nothing better -to dc on \Wednesday night last,:I wended my way to the Council Chamber to he'ai the' tqustion of. tne: borough.officerseb6 inl discussed. My purpose in .writing is ?ot to take sides, but to'express my ulttr. disgust at the seemingly maudlir anl hIypocritical sympathy-!that' wai extended to the Town Clerk by thsti who sought a change. It was remark able low niuch '"pain": was experiend ,I1 by eaen councillor, who wished .to oust the Town Clerk. '-.rHow:'surviva. was possible after such, suffering cam; ontly be accounted for by. a'free use of thie Mayor's cupboard-before ven' turing into the fresh air. The genera: wlinio on rising to speak' was '.Thiit nothing but a imeen sense of -a publi hilty owing to the ratepayers couldin duce theni to take such action.' "(Tha; phrase "public duty," sir, is account. able for more excuses and .apologiet than any other in the English lanh guage.) "The Town: Cl...
The Evil that Men Do, Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
Th Evil that Men o, 1 1 'ý BY M. P..SHIEl: - Anthor of '"The Rajah's Sapphire," to "Prince Zaleaki,' etc: h$ Published by special arrangementt Lb with Ward, Lock and Co. cc fAll Rights :Reserved . st CHAPTER VI.-CONTINUED. la ' When Oswald went up to 'say 'good oae, he found Hartwell' asleep. He o aid not. wake himn; but, coming down of agsin to go, got the "splended sable" F' overcoat which Hartwell had made he aim·.a present of from the maid, who d sad cleaned it as well as she could.' : He. was about to leave. the tavern; when, feeling in the pockets of the ri )vercoat, in the vague hope of finding to a forgotten five pound note, he found u instead-a shred of paper. A shred of "I Letty Barnes' letter to Lady Methwold, ra which Hartwell had chanced to leave 0 behind in the pocket in taking out: the rest in 'a heap. P1 The hand-writing interested Oswald, bi he seemed to know it; Letty Barnes w. had written ,to him in that hand,.ask- . ing the date of his brother's marriage. o0 "Jam...
STAWELL AND ARARAT ELECTORATE. MR W. TIBBLES AT MOUNT COLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
STAWELL AND'ABARAT ELEOCTO ATE. IMR W. TIBBLES AT MOUNT COLt A highly successful meeting unler the auspices of the Warrak Distr Branch of the P.L.C. was heli in th Mount Cole hall on Friday evening last The hall was crowded. It was intend. ed that Mr Fenton, m.II.R., woul have been present to address tile meet. ing, but he unfortunately mis,,d the train at Melbourne. The ichir -, occupied by Mr Q. Farish, Presilent of the branch, and the proecedinp throughout were interesting. The chais man briefly introduced to the gatherin. Cr W. Tibbles, the selected Labor can. didate for Stawell and Ararat. Mr Tibbles, who received a very cor. dial welcome, said that he intended to touch briefly on the present tituatiol in State politics, and what had led uI to it. A couple of months ago the Watt Government introduced What was known as the Redistribution of Seats Bill. It contained, amont others, two clauses that were held rb the Cabinet to be vital ; one provided for the alteration of the prese...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
,HAR 8 L Go TH BIG STORE -o:0 : SPECIALs FOR THiS MONTH. Ladies' -White Costumes, 5s lid. Ladies' Print Costumes, 5s liad, 7s lid. Fancy Dress Muslins, 4s?=6J,'7s : 6d _ doz. White Damasks; s 6d, 1s 9d. Roller Fowling, dark,. 6d yd$. Special Line White Towels, 6d each White Lace Curtains, 2s l1d. White Honeycomb Quilts, 4s 6d. . Oram's Prints, 6s 6d, 7s 6d`doz.-.:: . Boys' Galatea Jumpers, is 3d. Boys' Galatea Knickers,1s 3rd. 1Boys' Crash Suits, 4s lid. ' . Men's Working Shirts, is 6d. ' Special Line White Handl erc iefs, 4 for is. Fashionhirts; 3s lid, 4s 6d, ,5 0li Straw Boater Hats, 10d each.: :-00--- . TAILORING I,DEPARTMENT. : This Depaxrtmr t has made great strides in Spe cial Order Trade for Suits. We guarantee you satisfaction .'1000 Patterns to choose fromin. Give ius a tral.. A"-. ..00.. THE, BIG STORE. impson & Co., GCash Drapers, Are SPECIAISTS They B3U and SELL O. the QO: S, TE,,X. .. and give the very BSST VALUE. Look for the EXTRlA SPECIALS Ithe Ianhster ...D...
EDUCATIONAL NOTES. OF INTEREST TO PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
EDUCATIONAL NOTES. .OF INTEREST TO.PARENTS. Sn order .to provide some measure of education for children 'living in isolat ed localities beyond the reach of any type of school, the Cabinet has ap proved of the establishment of a sys temrn-of subsidised schools, under which this department will make an. allow. ance of £5 per annum per child of school age towards the salary of . teacher engaged by the parents': The minimum number of children in any one place for which payment will be made is' four. Applicants whose edu cational standard approximates to that of the certificate of merit, may, on the recommendation of an inspector, have their names registered in the office as teachers of subsidised schools. This department will take no responsibility in connection with such teachers, but will act as an agency of employment. The amount of the teacher's salary will depend on what the settlers are pre pared to pay. Persons who are at least 171 years of age, and who. have reached the standard...
The Ararat Advertiser. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1914. The ordinary meeting of the Ararat Borough Council will be held at the Council Chambers, Town Hall, to morrow evening, at seven o'clock. The Arorat Mechanics' Institute and Free Library receives through the will of the late Mr J. Nelson Jones, a case of valuaole books. The teams selected to represent the Ararat Fire Brigade at the annual de monstration to be held in March next, commenced practice yesterday evening. Owing to the Citizens Band being engaged this evening, there will be no practice at Alexandra Park, but, wea ther permitting, the band will appear in the park on Friday night. A cheap excursion train, with a small complemeiit of passengers, passed through Ararat from- Melbourne yes terday afternoon for towns up country. The return special will run through to 'Melbourne to-day: A niman named FranEk OShea, arrested by Constable M'Kenzie, was brought before Mr G..Burn, ?P., at the Ararat Police Court' on : Saturday' mornifig, charged with being dru...
Asylum v. Warrak. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
'Asyilu . Warra ; These teams met on ' the Asylum ground on Saturday -in,,a friendly en, gagement. The Asylum boys were the first to. tke th wickets, and made a fair start, but the usual i"rot' set in, and only for the fn' e std y'L and Tyers the result' might Ihae been disastrous. ' The Warrak' lads "'then took possession making a, goodstart, theu; unpor fnish.Dr. Philpott an hea. J ' 'Ters,: 0iiig tlirough the ma like--lightning. The followin are the scor.es... . ] Asylum. W. Sheppard, b arish . . A- R 'Stanes, b Parish . .. Dr Philpott b .Padgett.. "'. 25 Dr. Morri, b' Padgett' : . 25. G. Niehol, b Parish o.... 07 T. Lake, c Ord bhS. Gordon . 36 A. Reid, b PFarsh 3. 60 W. A. Tyer Egan,b S. Gordon 35 H. yMitehell, c R. Gordon, b Pad.: gett 3 C. Blackie, not out ' 5 J.: 'Crackqn e Gordon, b Pariash 5 Sundries .'... SBowlin .Parish, 5 for 27 ' 8 Gor don, 2 for 9" PdtI Withers; 0 for10. or 14 „Warrak R. Gordon, b Philpott. . 28 Shields, b Philpott 28 rish, 'Craken, b Philptt " Ord, c...
EAST LANGI LOGAN COMPANY. THE FLOTATION ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
EAST LANGI LQGAN COMPANY.. _THE FLOTATION ARRANGEMENTS. "'Arrangements are being made by Messrs Noall and.Son, stock and share brokers, Melbourne, for the flotation 'of ,i.e East Langi Logan:Company. It:is proposed to start iperations with: : cash capital of £11,500; approximately. The full capital of. tle company is to be £100,000 in 100,000 shares of 20/ eachb Of this number 60,000 shares dab'.to0 be` offered,-payable at 2/6 per share on application and 2/6 per share on allotment. A total of 15,000 shares, fully paid up, -are .to.be issued to tne vendlors; togetherrwhh £2500 cash, pay ablt onw the registration of the com pany; and 25,000,shares are to hbe held in reserve for future use. The com pany' is" being formed -to acquire fiom the vendorsý the-mining leases, Nos. 2269 and. 2351; parishes of. Burrumbeep, Lqngi Logan, and? Gorrinn, in ' the &tate of Victoria, .which have an area of, approximately;, 3.827 acres 1 rood: 29 perches of highlyariferous. ground, containing ...
CRICKET. Ararat Railways v. Stawell Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
CRIC.?1.. Ararat Railways v. Stawell Railways. A 'match was played at the Recre ation Reserve .on Saturday afternoon between the A'arat and Stawell Rail?, ways teanis. '' The Stawellites arrived by drag shortly after three o"'clock, and their team was the strongest. they, have putin the 'field against .the Ara rat boys for the season. ,Ararat also had a.stroi?g oteai the only notable: absentee being Candy, who, we regret to' s'aj"was taken to he hospital early1 that, afternoon,. isuffering from typhoid fever. B' Baker, captain of' the Ararat team, won the toss, and, adopting' his old practice,. sent the visitors in: to bat, but' this 'proved to' bea' great mistake on his part; for they occupied the wic kets till sixro'clock' in' the afternoon, by "which tinmethecyhid only lost four wickets for 149 runs, when they de clared their innings, which was a slow one so far-as scoring was concern ed, closed.;~: Scrivener, was not out with, 46 to his- credit. .Clarke played a very.patient inn...