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FROM OUR EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
FROM OUR EXCHANGES He that preaches to man should un- derstand what is in man; and that skill can sCuce be attained by an ascetio in his solitudes.. --Attebory. The River Murray is clueing against navigation at Wenotworth. During Deceruber the exports of butter from Victoria to oversee destination re presented 7,1637,584 lb., valued at J.=4$3'14. The matter of providing-a water sup Idy for the seaside townsnips of Aspen dal and itornington is under consideru tion. Mr Patrick Laffinm. farmer and grazier of WVoosargy., died last Thursday, aged 8. yearo. ie arrived in Victoria n 1583, and for a time lived at Ballarat and liAn ton. The Commonwealth quarantine author. itirs have intimated that the emall-pox restrictions. against New Zealanders tra velling to Australia have been lifted. Steady progerns is. Ibeing made in the construction of the railway from Kal goorlie :to Port Augusta now that the tracklayer hasu got to work. SIlarvesting is rnearly finished in the Cobram district, and g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 5 January 1914
AUCTIONS IN the Supreme Courotof the StaO of Vicboria, i Fa.--Notieo is herehy riven that under. and by virtue of cr tain proces issued out of the Supreme Court of the State of Viotoria, and di. ertfed to the Sheriff, requiring him to t?oy eortaio moneys of the real and per. eoonl estte of Michael Tuohy the oldr. and tI ohael Tuohy the wYunger, both of tatllne in the State of Vicoria, farmers, the aiod Sheriff will. on Monday, the minth day of Febroaury. 1914, at the hour of three o'eloek in the afternoou, ?use to be sold at the Court Home, Balion (unless the said peroc shll have bene previrously nsatisfied,. or the said Sherilff ho otherwise staved), all the right, title, .e tote, and ainterest (if any) of the saiid Michrel Tuohy the elder in and to all that piece or arcel of land ini the State of Victoria held unler the Rel lProperty Act, contiumoi by ndmesurruent 105 acres co R peethen. he the samenl more or les. oadu boing allotsnent I9 of secrtii 12. in the perih of Moorabool W...
INDUSTRIAL MATTERS GEELONG SEWERAGE TROUBLE. STRIKE TO CONTINUE ON PRESENT LINES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
... INDUSTRIAL MATTERS GflfLONU SEWERhAGEl TROUBLE. STRIKE TO CONTINUE ON PRESENT LINES. MFELBOUIRNE, Eondny. A deeision to continue the Geelong swoVnrstrike on the present' linoc was srrtvm[ ateou Sunday by the executive of the United .Labor Unlons. A'report was reccirld, stating tlhat the nmoler of men on lockout pay had been grently reducedl owing to thore employment having lien found. It is feared that tho trouble may extend. as the pickets have ninduced tho wharf lalorers and stevedores not to han dle Iprodcet for fanrIers wle assisted Messrs Stone and Siddiley, the contrac tors to carry on. iThe storingr of thosern goods in tlhe groin oloren it ia cpetiei may invoclve the Fool ansd Fodder 'irdio' Union; but eo far tile Mehlourne branch of this or~ nioation hal nat Ioon.conmml nicatrl with br the Geeolnng branoch. It is indoeritood tint one of the proprirtors of sroolp tennis which haveo I in working at Goelong.has been Informed tlhat lahor. erm will not icecpt Work oin any of ...
NEWSPAPER STRIKE. CONFERENCE TO BE HELD. HOBART, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
NW.VSPAPEIh 8TIKE. CONF'}EIENCIE TO BE IEILD. HOBART. Monday. to- igit tle presidnt and narotary of the 'Pynogrnphical Union wailed upon the prosident of thle Mator Printers nand ask. ol for a conforenco, which will be beld to-mnorow morning. The "'Mereary" will apprear again t-morrodw au s a four o paoper. The linotype machines are hiier operalte by novice. somo or whom aro doing vory- nwll. The leadling nor tielo was type-written and ryerolueed by apeotow. Tho "Danily Pent.' t.he Lablor paper, is still being produced at its con tmnpanry's onfinoe.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
IT NEVER FAILS `S ,Po Irerv o nro boon IrainE Cafam. rl in lC aug Itelll~lr IY171 Mr II... rt T. Wooclhmcl. % bnalorth, N.S.\y, dx e ehnni idrI and n'vm ,ý nyt~hit0 la for the trraLzuept d 3ghx. mldof and hronnhiel ouplninty, ug hiidntly remm ond tlinlherlouin. 1191 It(oc* to everyone, morn 00ý!. 'if 'hltdrrn'n health, to onufeetrd. It err tulle to gte' relief In niel on1', Id by all cheomlala nhanN nretkopnra. TWO. OHILDREN AT BALLARAT QUICKLYr CUILD OP INFLUENZA IY Y lDt SIEtlDO 'S NEW Dll S COVEItY. .y two littlo children had illuonrAc for aoma months," wxitos MAra Iato Mtit ohell. 41 Scott' lar'ed, Illlar? t East (Vio.) "Who:l they coghcd thery woaldi go black in tho f.1o and ltle tOmu' would roll from thmt eyes froml the strain oa ougiltng. Thry ere. very everish, nd at night it was very dihFfiult for thon to hretho The poor little children Uim?d -to oa, Ohl, 0111 Mly .hail s ;o 0 or0 and1 'feel 1o siki' t houlglI We Ilad given th ( al0l 0inds lof oughe caom, til?hl onlly eemO ...
INDUSTRIAL STRIFE TURMOIL IN SOUTH AFRICA. GENERAL STRIKE PROPOSED. CAPE TOWN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
INDUSTRIAL STRIFE TUR.MOIL IN SOU'tIt AIRICA. GENEIRAL STItIlK3 l'IOt'OSEI). CAPE 'rO Ns, Sundy. Tho tndustrinal nitmiaon in Soulth At ria is again giving rieo to grnat anxiety. Unrest ameong tie railwanyinc is inclres i ng. A t ngg of rai'twaly workers hehld in Pr /aora toeday adollte it rolutlionl re.qloting tie P'rime iSInisier to alrn - lea the 1ioty of nrnrcthtnriet. ?oeveal of tlhe Natal collieriesa ?ase lhon throwne idle, the men lhving re?urisdl to work litil theLLir deianlelln are ;lllted. These inelnde a restllest for 18! i dahy, with 'overtilo at ti o ratno of tima nd it half. The'll employers ae pre?pnrl to lea 17/ aL day for n 17 houri's reek, with time and n quarte, for oertirlle. 'Pho minlema of .lllannlihntrg are ar ranging a general strike Io rmllnli?nc ol Welntedas next inlem a illllkneiit inl a?rraed inN. Natal Inl the interim.
DEFENCE OF EMPIRE POSITION IN MEDITERRANEAN. NAVAL EXPERT'S VIEWS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
DEFENCE OF EMPIRE 'POSITION IN AMIIDITEIIUANIIAN. NAVAL flXPl'}RT'S VIEwS. S LONDON, lnnday. Rear-Admira Maho.n, formerly of tir American ntvy, writing to the Daly nnil." conternds that l ti Ilrilish nay rannnot aandon tho ted!lerrmnnean with. olut idnaster to the Eimpir.e, hot it can hardly hold thle .MediLterrrn n withoul distlster to Oreat lritain. lin askn Iow in thie event of a general wnr arriving whom the prevent crititnl situntion in tlm Levant, Cnall the Iritish nvy ?elronro Elypt and Sir.F lie nrgesr tint whether ., ranoe seuon, or with (reat lritatn'O support, can mam nii orntrol of lthe trade security .4 .lihitary etffmv) tiweness tlhioughnut tile Mcdilernrioau is a point for eonnsiderntion.
CABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S] AUSTRALIA AND CANADA TRADE AND DEFENCE. MR G. E. FOSTER INTERVIEWED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
C " ABLEGRAMS __ - .-- -~~ L. I '/.. . , AUSTRALIA AND CANADA TIlJ)B AND DI)NlONOl. MR a. D. FOH1MIHU INTEUVUtVnn. LONDON, Sunda. The Hon. O. E. Foster. Cadlan ntid - iste for -Trde and Cont,•n. Orrircd in landon to-dn to.ttond tlh Biitigs of the Hmlmro 'trade Commiision, of whilh te a a member. In an intervlew hero thin morning Ieo sld that thle tnfornal'lotftltiolns for a ysne oprefero?noo btet'wenn C(lnoda nlld Atitrtlia hraul m?o favorahlo Iegrrssn bhtlthe olhatge of Oo iientnnt in Awe alm hod precluded any defiit o.r raegemnthbeiti arrivli a.t. II tlon-it ti sonttimont in Austroalia wun ill flaor rl ef.ron betowoeno tho Ileinnioneo r Fotor wnt on to, say i:lhat iho geot tmajority of Canadiatt were in favor of the lorden Na. i. ture, ut it. rr rrotained to he een wta'nto would h token oil th reassclt l "5 of ... (:Lns din I'arlianient on the 1f in it. Mr Foeter 'adshd that on hnn ?hit to Austrtlaia lfst yeoar ho hald (en h grotly inilfeeted by the general and gret in ternt e of ...
BUNINYONG. A FIRE AVERTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
BUNINYONG.. A FIRD AVT-RTID. The discovery of a sanouldering coat elfonging to one.of the workmen at Mr Jas. lHoward's, timber-yards- and case factory waa prohlubly responsible for 'averting a lie. A son of the proprietor happened to paSl through. the portion where the coat sna hanglng, anm gavo the alnlnn. Contt Olney investignted the matter. and rcane to the conclusion that the workman hadl left the renmains of his lunch in tim pocket of the coat, and in nibbling at the lunch tho mioc holt ia nited wax matchcs in the pockot of the coat. POLICB COURT Rm.Tb'tRbNS. During the quarter ended 31st bIrwm bor. 28 cansos ere dcalt with in the IounI inyong Court of Petty Sre.ions. In one aree6t mose.- a neviction for -la?,?ny was recorded; wh)ile on mnuoinons ther we-re four convirtions and a likonuimber of cass wero 'struck out. Lighlien debt cases were dispo'el of. the amounts olain ed totalling .4/61/t; ordres were mndte for the payment of .J43/617. A maintvcn nce caer wao struck out. Th...
BENDIGO. UNSUSTAINED CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
BENDIGO. UNSUSTAIhED CI.ARGE. John Wilron, a young man, who naid his mother resided ant Crlton, was choarg od at the llondigo City Court yrestniray morning with having no lawfnl means cf support. The polieo stated that he had been in Bendigo for some months, and had done no work. He wan nsooclatilng with repnted thioves. Wilson pro?i that ho had hoobeen employed as piani.t at a Bendigo hotel. ,Io was discharged. ASSAULTINGI A CONSTAILE. Wmilliam Edgar Williamnlon, a sheamor's cook, was also charged with vagrancy, and was sentenoned to one month'a imprason ment. Tho sentenao wan suspeanded on his entering into a bond to ho of goad he ayrior for 12 montlhs. As he was leasing the court. \Williamson struck Cnott Thou. Good ecereely on th0 back. and said, "Yoa ha a hah d try.'" lIon wn imn?oe dintnly brought back to court and clharged with anua?ltlng thld cansatble. 'He poo. gised for ins condnct. and was dism?'edi after he had contributd 101 to the poor box. _
BALLAN. OUTSTANDING GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
DALLAN. OUTSTANDIN- GRANTS. A ?tter from Mr 1. J. tlo un, M.L.A., reatmd at the utcRt±ig of the Itlolan Shire Council ycshrdau, statiug it wu impossible to arrange a d&pulttiou to tho lMinister of Public Works at presont, but offering to arrango for an interview by the shire enogineer. The department alo wrote stating that an application for a groant b. letter would receive considera tlon. " tlhe engineer reported that he tun donoa. suggekted by Mr Hogan, and Ih thought thle gruants outstanding would now be paid by tlhe departmnent.
CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES COUNCIL'S PROCEDURE. BALLAN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES COUNCII.S PROCEDURE. A.LLAN. Monday. As the onteome of a reoert dincucnion at the meeting of the Ihallan Shire Cnon cii nregardnl tile r?efirnlation of min utes, a letter was read at to-day's meet ing of the council fronl the Munoicipal Aemjciation. stating tluhat section 195 of the Local (lonoernlent Art 1903 provides that the minutia of a cnetin0 shall bo confirmed at the nrext aeeLing unless they aml confirolted at the mboetng to lwhich llthe miinutes roIate. Tho colrsr atdopted of Ieating the nllnllllt onlirmted at the firet ordilnary meeting after the pecial nieetifg n?at corinet. Cr Stewart: Tllhat is satisfactory as far as -it goues. Ilis totion. how ever. caa dealing with the pron?lure of tho ,ontcil. 'IThe point ws that motions that wcnt to a di(Usion at the spe?ial eceting wcre not re?rdetl In the nmn utets. . th'le Secrtary: Tho motions spoken of bh Cr Stewart wero only feelers. Cr Stewart; That is not no. for the re olutioa nosed h moe was sincere...