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HOME RULE. ULSTER CRISIS. "GREATEST OF MODERN TIMES." LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
HOME RULE. ULSTER CRI8IS. " GREATEST OF MODERN -TIMES:" L . ONDON, Friday. The Irish newspapers comment at length to-day upon the speech deliver ed by Mi Bonar Law, leader of the Unionist party, at Bristol, on Thurs day evening. The '" Irish Times" states that "the speech briings us to the parting of the ways in the greatest political crisis of modern times." The " Irisan Inde pendent" declares that if the Gov ernment accepted the exclusion of Ulster in any shape, the Nationalists would revolt against the dismember ment of Ireland.
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. SUBMARINE WRECK. ENGAGED IN TORPEDO PRACTICE DELAY CAUSES ALARM. BUBBLES ON SURFACE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
OABLEGRAMS. ..E.TEa ...s. .a oA.. . striBMARINE WRBECK. ENGAGED IN TORPEDO PRACTICE DELAY CAUiES ALARM. BUBBLES ON SURFACE. LONDON,: Baturday. Eleven lives were lost in the disaster to Submarine A7, which occurred in Whitsand Bay. The sea was moderate at the time. The submarine, accompanied by the Pigmy, attached to a sea going depot ship, the Forth, dived for the purpose of firing torpedoes. Through the A7 remaining an unusual time below the officers of the Pigmy became alarmed. They endeavored to communicate with the submarine, but their calls elicited no response. They noticed ominous bubbles on the smooth surface, and placed a buoy in position to mark the spot. The buoy, however, drifted, and could not be found. Prompt sal vage efforts were continued fruitlessly with the aid of a searchlight. The ofichials subsequently stated that there was practically no hope of effect ing a rescue, as the oxygen supply was onily sufilcint for six hours. No fewer than 200 officers and men have ...
OBITUARY. MR ROBERT ARNOLD WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
OBITUARY. MR ROBERT ARNO D WILSON. Deep regret was expressed through- out the town on Saturday morning last, when the sad news was circulated that typhoid fever had claimed its first vic- tim this season at Ararat in the person of Mr Robert Arnold Wilson, a single young man, twenty-three years of age, son of Mr Wilson, of 'Gippaland, and nephew of Mr H Wilson, of Tobin street. Deceased was employed as a clerk by the Railway Department at Ararat, and the sad event occurred at about two o'clock that morning, at the Ararat Hospital, after an illness extend- ing over about three weeks. The de- ceased was a very popular young fel- low, not only with the staffs of the various branches at the railway station, but also with other institutions, notably the Rifle Club, of which he was one of the foremost shots, and the local &nbsp; branch of the Australian Natives' As- sociation. The funeral took place yes- terday afternoon, when his remains were interred in the Ararat Cemetery. The c...
SOCIAL NOTES. DIAMOND WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. DIAMOND WEDDINGS. A somewhat unique event was cele- brated at Beaufort on Tuesday, when Mr and Mrs Robert Sinclair, sen., cele- brated their diamond wedding, 60 years of wedded life. Mr Sinclair was born at Forss Estate, Cairthness, Scot- land, and is in his 83rd year. Mrs Sinclair is a native of Liddington, Rutlandshire, England. Mr Sinclair sailed for Victoria in the "Bengal,"' and Mrs Sinclair came out in the "Em- mermsade." The journey occupied four months longer than it takes to do the trip nowadays. They first settled in Portland, where they were married at "Munthum," on the 13th January, 1854, by the Rev. Mr Russell; and since then have resided at Beaufort for 57 years. Their family consists of one son and three daughters. At the recep- tion held in honor of their diamond wedding, at their residence, Beaufort, on Tuesday, they were very heartily congratulated, and were the recipients of many handsome and useful presents. The health of Mr and Mrs Sinclair was cor...
STAWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 20 January 1914
STAWELL After a short illness from Typhoid fever, Mr G. H. Chiverton, pased away on Friday morning at the age of 46 years. Deceased, who leaves a widow &nbsp; and family of five children, was a pro minent sports and an active member of the local Fire Brigade. The funeral &nbsp; took place on Saturday when the Sta well Brass Band, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and Fire Brigade took &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; part in the cortege, the bell at the bri gade station tolling at minute intervals. On Sunday mornong Mr. Isaac Smith fifty eight years of age, died from ty phoid fever and pneumonia. Deceased leaves a widow and grown up &nbsp; &nbsp; family
OPPONENTS' DEMONSTRATION. 300,000 PEOPLE PARTICIPATE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
OPPONENTS' DEMONSTRATION. 300,000 PEOPLE P'ARTICIPATE. LONDON, Tuesday. The Marquis of'Londonderry., speak= ing at ani i:uti-loiee Zlule demonstration at Belfast, said there ta s'little hoI ?f of the elector; beillg consiulted on the Home Rule question. They had 100,000 men drilled, and if 'these were shot diown by British solliers, the whole Empire would thrill ?Withl horror.. Sir Edward Carson, in an emotional speech, said they had accepted,.-Mr, Joseph Chamberlain's advice-to "fight it out." .. The demonstration l~oneluded, witd 300,000 people uniting "i 'f?iging "0. God, our nelp in ages past."
STRONG SWEARING IN LICENSING CASE. ONE CASE DISMISSED AND ANOTHER WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
STRONG SWEARING IN"LIOiNS. ONE CASE DISMISSED AND AN OTHER WITHDRAWN. " At. the-Ararat Police Court yeterd' y morning some ;very, strong.' ,swearing took place in a case in.which Thomas Hockens, ' licensee of., Gordon's Ilo tel, was proceeded against. by Super-i intendent Morris, - for trafficking in liquor on Sunday, 28th December last. The bench was occupied by Messrs. G. Burn, E. J. Simpson and G. Vanstan, J.sP. Superintendent Morris, t?e licen sing inspector, prosecuted, andt Mr Gra ito appeared for the defendant; who pleaded not guilty to the charge. C(onstable Graham, on being sworn, deposed that o Sunday, 28th December, he was in the locality of Gordon's Ho tel, at about ten o'clock in the morn ing, in compaiy t cith ".. Constable ' Innes. They took up a position about 300 yards away froil !ne back entrance to the hotel. From that po sition they saw a gig driven up by a man to the back entrance, and about a quarter of an hour afterwards they. saw another gig driven up to the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
WHOOPING COUGH. "My little boy had whooping cough very badly,"' says Mrs A. Henderson. The People's Store, 47 Elgen Rd.. Moin ington, N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any- of them doing him0anv good, then I tried Chamber: lain's Cough Remedy and he got im mediate relief. Since then I have al ways kept a bottle of this wonderful medicine by me and recommend it to everyone." Sold by Cust and Scholes. Oen. Merehants; T. A. Wild. and " A. oamson, nheiists, Baldy 8tri?9tt ar$t AUCTION SALES. - ARARAT STOCK SALE THURSDAY, .5th FEBRUARY, 1914. And Sales, will .be .held. on. the First Thursday in each month in future; SSHEEP, CATTLE and OiiRES.EB At the YardS, Avoca :.Road, Ararat, ti : At 1.45 pt.m., sharp. ;. , DODD & :SONwill Sel-byjPublic Sl Aucetion on the above date,' at sis` Sale :lards, Avoca Road:'- . -: NEXTi ALES:--S , WILLAURA-Saturday, 24th January. lt0YBTON- Saturday, 31it Janu . HDOlDD & SON, Actioineersd . Stoek, Station. and 'Commission SAgents....
PEOPLING THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
PEOPLING THE LAND. A- compared with' the figures of the previous year there was a falling off in i..e number of immigrantswho arrived in Victoria during 1913 to the exteit of 2,1S9. A very disappointing feature of the rear's work: was the reductioniin the number of iiominated passengers.. Though a substantial increase:was ex pected at the outset a total of only 4,903 was secured, as compared with ;"22.3 during the previous year.,'.' 'The limmigration authorities now ,recognise that increased efforts are necessary' i order to make the nomination 'ssstenm successful, and accordingly they havy derided to give more publicity to the inducements offered by the delart. ment. The officer in charge of the Impnigra tion Bureau (Mr S. Whitehead) stated on Saturday .that durinig1912 maiiy'of the new arrivals nominated. friends; and in consequence of their actio~-it was thought that the system woild de velop satisfactorily. The idea was that the Government wouldd assist 'suitable personset? hese...
LYCEUM THEATRE. THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
LYCEUM THEATBE. TIlE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII. The Lyceum Theatre was packed to :he doors on Tuesday evening" last, riheii an an unusual treat was'provided for picture lovers. The management, with i comnuendable spirit of enterprise, had secured the film' piourtrayimig Ruoier Lytton's well known story, " The Last Days of Pompeii."? ' The pirtures were exceptionally good: They presented with graphic details the .ceecry of the ancient' city and its sur roundings-its architecture-the lux try. life, amusements and manners' of the lhoman people--and at length the ,reat outoreak of Vesuvius and the 'de truction of ..Ae city. All:the,views were beautiful, but particularly so the treak of day, showing the sun rise ou the terraces in the garden of Diomed: ihilst tie scene in the Amphitheatre whent the gladiators met just befdre the letruction of the, city, was a won lerfully realistic production. .The :tory of the love of Glaueus and Ione, the machinations of Arbacaes; ''nd the tragic, incidents...
ARARAT BOROUGH COUNCIL. ORDINARY FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
ABARAT BOIU iCt IL. DRDLIARY FORT GIITLY MEET ING. The fortightlv mtceting of the, A ra, ra e fortoight Co il was held last I it Boroug the Council Chambers, Town ll There w-ere present--Cr G.I all.urn Theayor)e and Crs C. A. Brandt, i . J. Sinpson, E. Stephcuso , jO Ir, win, W. Timuins, T. .mpey nd T' uson. or regretted the absence of ( The \favor I Cr Tibbles through having met vth an ceidentCORRESPONDEN CE. Front secretary Board of ublic, eIalth, "nckoVlcdging receip of let tonLr re the reistrtio of Mrs T - sells and er Smith's residentes as privaFte hospitals. Rcivd orwardi Fron or (kourts,f 1/10, moiety of fiest for the nonth of, December last. al cssessceivet. e From Country Firveri an ds Bar , askinC to be furihed befor Sa about l0 acres at Calhfornua Gull eion as regars wateur sihoi p tpie F r o m s a m e , a s k i n g w h et he r t l e r e renual anyle of so Uplu o ns teo the ble proertyf the applicatie on o . Coates, under section 1as Lan itit ti901, the area beis 1 rooi ,...
The Ararat Advertiser. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914, A:cheap excursion train in connection with the A.N.A. fete was run from Melbourne to Windermere, :Ararat, Casterton and Coleraine yesterday. The return train' will- pass through Ararat for Melbourne to-day:; . The annual meeting of th - Ararat Citizens Band will be held at the baud room "t" half-past seveun o'clo&k this evening. The business ,to be dealt with is the reception of 'th annual statement and election?of officers. Mrs Edwin H. Austin, fornerly of i'Quamby," Ararat,. has issued invita tions for the marriage of her daughter Ruby with Mr Linsley Erniter, which will take place on the evening of Tues. day, 17th February. Owing to extreme pressure on our space, interesting matters discussed at last night's Borough :Council meeting, includinga report on.the. cost of. im proving - the Recreation Reserve,- andl the calling -for. applications 'for -iew officers, is held over till next issue. Yesterday morning, at the "Ararat Police Court, an old ...
MR WATT ON THE LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
MR WATT ON THE LOAN. Mr Watt stated on Tuesday night that he had been advised by cable that for the Victorian £1,000,000 loan over three millions had been subscribed. He had no advice as to stock being at a premium, or whether the three millions included the underwriters' offer and fee. If it meant that one million had been subscribed by the public and two millions by the underwriters, it demon strated that the stringency of the Lon don money market for the past twelve months had eased, also that Victorian credit was sound. It showed, thirdly; that the loan had been wisely placed, and at the right time. If his memory served him right, Mr Watt said, this was the most fully subscribed loan of any State for many years. The terms of loans were affected by the terms be ing offered in other States, and no doubt the better prices offered recently by New South Wales had affected this loan. This he. gook as showing the need for a consolidation of State debts, and it was important that that w...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
MINING T~INJ, IGENCjE. The "Australasian" of yesterdayl says :--A good deal of speculation is still being indulged in with respect to the Cathcart Central mine at Ararat. A very satisfactory output has been maintained at the property during the past: six months, and yet shares have fallen in the market. This has oc curred despite tee knowledge that the panelling face has riot yet reached the run of good ground to the south-east, as prospected during the comparatively early stages of the mine. The trouble seems to be that the ground there is draining slowly. If that be the case a day may come when the mine mana ger may not be able to live up to the expectations that people formed of the possibilities of high yields being kept up. Down the gutter some rich ground has also been developed, but, of course, prospecting work there cannot yet have demonstrated beyond question the con tinuity of the run of gold. Some of the shareholders are pointing out that it seems extraordinary to find th...
CRICKET. Ararat A.N.A. v. Moyston A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
CRICKET. Ararat A.N.A. v. Moyston A.N.A. A match was played on.the Recrea tion Reserve yesterday' afternoon be tween teams selected front the Ararat and Moyston branches of the A.N.A. There was only a fair attendance to witness ~the r match, in- which several noted players took part on both sides. The Moyston-boys went first to tno wic kets and knocked up a score of 71, the bowling`- being done by Taylor (Railways), and Nicholls (Asylum). The Ararat team responded with " a score of 134, Taylor retiring :with 53 to his credit. The visitors were enter taiiied -on the ground uand also :at Starts Albion Hotel -in the evening. The ,following are tne scores:- , Moyston A.N.A. E. Wearne, b Taylor .. ..... . 6 J. Flower,' e Beaumont, b Taylor.. 0 H. Matthews,'b WValker ?. -:; _ .. 0 F. Matthews, b- Taylor ... . 3 J.. Pola, lbw, b; Nichol .. . 9 Dr. M' Donald, c Valker, b Taylor 2 2 F. Battye, c and be Nichol . 5 J. Mathieson, bi Taylor ... .... ' O F. Battye', :and b Nichol .. .. 5 R. Ander...