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SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SOBASTOPOI. Work an the oincc at the platireau has not properly otorted aiee the holidayas 'he rlnorth drive at the 700 feet leve at the Ceontral Plateau boo been exteaded 10 feet. lakiug a, total of 400 foeet from the crrOscut. As yet there is no ohange. Oil the No. 1 rino the north intermd'hate dloo/ in bi eruoaho Oorn i feee . ....cr ushi atner in a rrthe t fair gold at tim?? . ' stone i o injonerdite is amall, but is heavily min eroltned. and ohorn gold. Ther stoton are buplying a fair lnoao ntof stone, wichI is bing sent to tie batter.l - No work is being clone at the Norl t Central Pielr -00 at oe t lrna.u m, d Noia le N dhuupol Plateanu No. 1 boo seen shut down. It is -aoed that the mine will not bI re sthrted. and that the plant will by disn posd of unless capnitl ics forthoming to iurther propect tie leao e. Thero are erveral trao-s in thie 900 l?ot levrl which ,., cr net yet been teele If pcPrvtv it is peBblet th"t "ne ofthn ne would prore to be gold-bearing. Thi is a mine...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
OssY I RTS a are the order of the day, if your laun dress uses"Silver Star" Starch. See that she does, and that the package ars the original LVER ' AR ARCH BEST In th WORLD BACKACHE AND KIDNEY TROUBLE "MfY KIDN YS WOrn L TvDtOD1 AND SOUlt NIIILTB I COULD NOTSLEEI' AT %LL." "I atlartI tarribly ram Blrackahae and tadeyT (b r a 1tart oi yeaara aand at lltw'. tthe piltwl so hadt that I aolld ,trene, with itr" writ'. Dtre Ii. MinToa.R irCtr, 12 Chaid street, Itatllart E. "At tirlra Ily kitrtaays woaald tIM'oo, tar they a ilrte rikeattait at o y body. I was aU at at tiarau thut t adfl ah t II alal my """l. orl 0010ulyt oouled Ito o lemei at alan ttanltu tha 01 alltartiraud rradtw tric t pialdknad fllllC rclcd o hul, it!Is ll , bat .1I 1 was rea(lly rue, dUuwu, A kinld friend "aUrla t&ala mto I-a' Dr Bholdon'a (if" ills, whrtich Iid, anatlftetr the t~t tew dara4 full tlut they rera Yainp ta4do talal utI. I have aaly take, als sa'ra oat thema, dad fee excellent, I rifa 1 haaria wetI...
DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
)A.TLESFORD. of the mines are taking ad ao. he holidays to effect repairs to Sand to rcore the main drives It the Ajaxn Central the lode is • atle in the north and south tho No. t lenel. There is no a the -topce no No. 7 level. ' In D, 5and 4 levels there is goodet ge. the North Nongetty the inter. ripio tt No. 6 level shots 0 teet pa nixltre. The south stolne aof Iw pnvahle. The north drive offI i w hla" reached Ithe blmda r; t ag cone into the Ajnax Con. Sr . T.the eastcrn sope on the 1ma nis oant payable. The No. 7 e no drtrie on thoe flat make hows t ef leyhlh. nrr. There is nothing bin Jt at the No. 8 level. At fhe lemml' f Rf tihe entern etopes in '1b, bilevel are payable. Tie shaft i ? .. . . in dowin fillftot. An additlonnl 10 loot will conploto the wall, wht' olenilg out will be ontatol nt No. n7 ld t loels iU ho SNninintol nta 1(111 thartron t e bodhap of oro iotollpablein th lloud. ii ntvtms over the No. 1 trwee, .ad l4 (pIot ean l.nt TInko nt No.9 lveiaih 'hllo botttim l...
DEATHS FROM MISADVENTURE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
DEATHIS FRAlM MISADVENTYItE. 2,d9LlBOtURNf, Saturday. Tho Clmncr ennnir i into thle d?to-h of Mrs Julia Lillian Ilvnci. agid 9I yun.r of Ions otr-nt, rorn Miilnirne. who dintl n the rnult of injunrin? canmpd through being thrown from a art .t Ilurwoo l on 26th Pnnoembor. E-iidenvo war0 givn n o to the poymp attacbd to tho ourt lglting and colliding aith a o i¢. thnruink toe ocncupat out. The Coro nor, in reolmtorning a venrdict of mialdvn tur., aid that e-nt a little bit of car L-oneo had iol to the acnident. Tho circnm?foonoos mrrounding thn death of Iors Emilv Hutton. aged .44 vcnur, living with her hu?dmnnd at lanr.k hurm, w ore tnqirnol into at flm .Morlpmo tnday by the Comnonr. Thb. nvide-nco 6,'r?nd hfnt ceacunld waon jolteil off t ncrtload of goia on 2nrd Denohmrn, nod diod in tlhe Melbourne IIsnial the fol innwing doln. .\ verdict of death fnnm misadnent.urn waa returnel.
SUDDEN DEATH. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SkUDDEN DEATHT. M1ELOUROTf. Sntnrdnn. MiJ IJ. l;riltih. ou-nwr of a bnnrdin^ aonan at IV, .Thnron strrrt. Coling. wood. Ia'i night fonnd 'Mr Thomn., fu chanan lying on his hbck in a rnungr pnla~ntis. In urply tIoen nirin-. lIt S id hr fet rry rick. Dr T. W. Bronn nan lmmedin tnly pot for. hut on bie arriial lifn nun rutinut. I) n o .d rrna .6 ears of ngra, andfonnerln narrinnl onua news ngrnrnyin pnnlh Mel bourne. Buchanan Waslf n widower. and has a daughteltr residing at the alnr trhIl, Erhura. Tlhe body n-n rniuovud to tho Mnorgne.
SURF BATHER'S DEATH. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
SURnF IATTIIER.'S DEA\'ThI. S SUET! OITJNE' S,1:: lnr Meln Pal", a nnrrinl woman, :1 rea.rs of, ega, living nt Edwin street. 1lrnnnre wiek., met her dmthl this morning uInder nmlncrumta~l Ahont II o'ckr'k !r ntnd Mrs ou nlc. and nmp Irionda ckum ed llnahan went for a bathe in the surf at ElUond. Ur Daley stator thnt.hn noturam thin nn~dnrtnw satronig, and lie warned his wilfe. She eommenced to struggle ashore, h holding ono of her arms and Mr Buehoon the other. His wife beroeoiu erxcited, and then Mr Buchan got exhallstnl and rclituqulshed his hold of Mrs Daley to go ashore for asosisurce. Eveotudilly Mr Darly carried his wife ashore in an tnoncseious statd, end Dr Elnood.,who owas pausillng. tried in rlat to restoro'animation. Mtr Daley statedi that only euro did hIs wifos htsl go uI er water w'lie he was holsdilg her. is thought that excitement and exhaus tion were the cause of death.
KNOCKED DOWN BY TRAIN. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
EXNOKID DOWN BY TRAIN. LELIIOURNE. Saturdnay. Phineoa VLoe. railway - laborer, was knocked down by a train this morning. nnd was taken to the Melbourne IIoa pital, where he was treated fur shock and scalp ?ounds. Vo., who is 28 yearcs of ageo, and reciden in Collett street, North rote,.wa. croo.ing the railwar line about 100 Fardse from the Clifton "lill station to catch the train from North Fitzroy to Melbourne when the accident occurred.
PLAYING WITH DYNAMITE. GEELONG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
PLAYING WITH D'NAMITE. GEELONG, Sunday. Alvrs anniyl1 years of ag, iwho do .erted from the German berque Lisbeth somo days aco, took'up his abodo in an old ht on G. SEhulltz's farm at Gorman. town. This morning he and a companion oame aersos a box ot dynamiteo cartridges hidden in the roof. Paanigyl very fool. islty took one and rommenced probing it with a needle. It exploded, and blew off the tops of the thumb and first three fincers of the left hand. and badly lacer ated tho thumb of the right hand. iMr Sehultz brought hint to the hoopital. whorm be was treated by Drs MTheo and ] Cole.
MAN TAKES POISON. GEELONG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
MAN TAKES POISON. GEELONG. Sundny. This morning n laborer namend 'ageo IKnight. residing al Coquette street, Ge-i. long West, went into his room after breakfnast, and nhortlv oftnerwards groans were heard. ITo stated that Ie hadl ta ken poison. A nilghbor, Mrs Perrett. ad. inistoredt an ermetic. nand elortly after. wards Dr liennedyntook Ihim in his motor oar to the hospiital, whero the stomach. ump wans napplied. Io is now out of danger.
ORPHANAGE BAND THE BEAUFORT CONTEST. ADJUDICATOR'S COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
ORPHANAGE BAND THE BEAUFORT CONTEST ADJUDICATOR'S COMMENTS &nbsp; As already published in these colmns, the Orphanage Band won the band con- test at the Beaufort Athletic Club's car- nival on Boxing Day, being awarded the possible number of points (100) by the ad- judicator, Mr T. L. Hellings, of Bairns- dale, for the waltz selection. During the afternoon a collection taken up to assist in defraying the expenses of the boys was well responded to, £13/13/ net &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; being raised. The boys were provided &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; with lunch by the club, and the five local hotel-keepers provided them with tea. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Messrs Kenny and E. Baker, who repre- sented the Orphanage, warmly thanked &nbsp; &nbsp; the club for the kindly interest shown in the boys, and Messrs W. J. Stevenson and Parker, president and secretary &nbsp; of the B...
INDUSTRIAL MATTERS NON-UNION QUESTION. THE BEAUFORT STRIKE. BEAUFORT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
INDUSTRIAL MATTERS NON-UNION QUESTION. THE BEAUFORT STRIKE. BEAUFORT Saturday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Although everything touching the dispute between the F.M.E.A. and the mlne &nbsp; owners on the Beaufort field remains &nbsp; quiet, there have been no developments on either side which would indicate a speedy settlement of the strike. Fears &nbsp; &nbsp; were expressed that the strike would have a depressing effect on business at Beaufort on Christmas Eve, but the majority &nbsp; of the shopkeepers report record sales. This, no doubt. is largely due to the &nbsp; increased agricultural activities in the district. The Beaufort and Waterloo &nbsp; branch F.M.E.A. held a social and dance in aid of the strike fund at Waterloo on Thursday night, about 250 people attending. In seconding a vote of thanks, &...
OBITUARY MR THOS. QUINLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
OBITUARY MR. THOS. QUINLIVAN. Mr Thomas Quinlivan, the popular li- censee of the Royal Exchange hotel, Mair street, died at 2 o'clock this morning. &nbsp; The cause of death was pneumonia, which made its appearance on New Year's Night and despite the best medical skill available, its fatal course could not be checked. Until the day mentioned, the deceased had apparently enjoyed the best of health. The late Mr Quinlivan was born at Coghill's Creek 45 years ago, be- ing the son of Mr Thomas Quinlivan, the well-known farmer of that locality, who was only recently presented with a purse of sovereigns prior to leaving that district for Gippsland. For 16 years the deceased had been licensee of the hotel referred to, and he was highly pulpar among all &nbsp; who had made his acquaintance. Genial- ity and courtesy were always received at his hands. In sporting he manifested considerable interest. "An ideal publi- can," was a deserved compliment paid to the deceased by those ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
DEATHS PLyIR.-On iet1f Deoember. at his resi deco. Ronsedale,. Drunmnmnd street, Bat. Irat, Louis, dearly beloved husband of TMargaret PLier. Rest in pence. Benji. ,o paperm please copy. QUINLIVAN.--On 5th January. at his red?dence. Royal Exahange Hotel, Mair -treot, Thomas, beloved Ihusband of Mary A.. and son of Thomas Quinli van. Coghill's Creek; aged 46. R.I.P. IN MEMORIAM NANCE.-In loving msemory of 0nr dear enn and brother. Jim. who was arciden. tally killed at Kingston on 4th Jono. ary. 1113. Fondly loved. Sadly missed. io seems alive but yesterday, so fresh hi memory keeps. -Inseertaed by his loving father, mother, sisters, and brotber. FARY.--In lovin remembrance of our dear children. ' Wilson, who died at Mount Lonarok on the 5th January. 19l13 also little May, who died on the 18th December, 1913. A patient suf. Rest with the Saviour. wetetly rest; The tmissued you most who loved yas The shock was great. the pain severe; For little did we think their death we^ so near. --i...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
FUNERAL NOTICES RICHARDS.- The friends of the late Mr John Richards are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Ballarat Cemetery. The funeral cortege is appointed to leave No. 21 Armstrong street south on Tuesday 6th January,at 11 o'clock a.m. &nbsp; R. J. MILLER, Undertaker and Fune- &nbsp; ral Director, 21 Armstrong st., near City Hall. Phone 429. &nbsp; WHITE,- The friends of the late Mrs ha White. relic n the Vict oria hil os. ma Whate, of the Vitotariaao ttitlo-oys are respectfllly invited to follow ner re mains io their inst rmeain,.plakce, in the Balllarnt Old Cemetery. T'l'h funeral'wi laove the rraesidence of lcr rota. ttr William Whiato, 40 locl avonuo; this day (Monday, ith January), at 3 o clho p.m :It'IT1IT:EN WELI.ING'TON. Unaerta. ker. 490 Start at Tel. 2l