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MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
M"ELBO IRNE nSHiARE MARKET. The quotations for local stocks in the Exchange;yesterday afternoon were pas follow - 1 Catheart- Buyers, 2/9. Do. (paid) -Buyers, 2/11. i Cathcart -Central-Buyers,-*34/10 ; sellers, 35/.; sales, .34/6 35/. Great Lanigi. Logan-Buyers 3/9 , sellers, 4/; sales, 43; 4/1".: 4 . ' Langi Logan Noi?: Buyers, 4/l' sellers,, 5/3. Do. (psid) -Buyers, 5/; sellers 9/. Langi" Logan Southf Buye]rs.'i15/, sellers, 16/, Langi?,"Logan' CetrafilBuyers; "3/3 ; sellers, 3/7. t. s"z ew Lani Logan B-uyers, 34/41.; slrs, 34/;, sale's, 34/-t;,Do: (paid) -Bo yers39. / -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
DRAPERY STORES,i * AVING had a successful time * £Lsince our opening in Ara- I jJ I *g rat, we have decided to celebrate the New Year by clearing out all REM SNANT8 and ODDM1ENTS at Bargain Prices. Remnants in White Damask, pure, soft and fall width. Good pat terns, at 1/11 per yard. Bemnant Cretone, in Sateen and Crepe Cloth, good colorings, from g A 4%d per yard. l 3 Remnant Dresses, cream and colors, from 8½d per yard. 0E d Remnant Navy Prints, 4%d per yard. Striped Ginghams, 7%d per t yard. cotton Repp, 61,6d per yard. Muslin, in Floral designs, light, cool and refreshing, 4/,d per yard. Ends of Embroidery S and Insertion, to clear, cheap. Thirty-oie inch-Tussore Silks, at 5 l/6 , per yard. ®rU * REMNANTS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. We are Agents for the Kabo Corsets We We make our own Millinery. I Boys' Washing Suits-They wash well and keep their color. . U Oddments in.Underclothing we will throw out. . ' Ladies' white Embroidered Blouses to clear, 'slightly soiled;: 6/11,' now 3/; 4/...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
BUSINESS DI RECTORY. I DVERTISER GENERAL: PRINTING OFFICE, Ligar-street; Ararat. ylr THEO. ,G. GRANO, Barrister-atI[?aiw, las ltpmoved his Oflice to directly OPPOSITE THF BgNK OE iWY SOUltH WALES A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Western Australia for tanking sddavits in -iotoria. - MR H. E. WE-B B, solicitor, &c,, ." - Oppotasite Court ;Cfn aon - 1'sun .Aloncp4o Lendi. STEWIVAtT W. IiWIN, L.L.M BABBISTER AND SOLICITOR. COMMElCIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS BARELY STREET ARAJBAT. Moneys to lend of Freehold and Lease hold Becurities. [A CARD.] MR ADRIAN AKtIUBST, L.L.B. BARI~tSTER AND SOLICITOE, Barkly Street, Ararat, U NTL lately conducting the prae tice of Mr F. H. 1eles, is con tinuing to reside and Practice at Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately occupied by Mir H. Dodd. Visits Willaura let and 3rd Friday. ,?dd9. JlAtA.l J, ,ARCHITECT, BANFIELD IIKLEE, ARARAT. [)LANS and Speesbcatiuns prepared for L all claenes ol buddiugi. OUrers will re ne0 pyou.pb attention. M. RYAN...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, WOOL SALES.' The second series v,-ol sales opened in Victoria on Monday. Dalgety's of fered a large and representative cata logue of 6500 bales, which included consignments. from every State in the Commonwealth. There was a large at tendance of buyers, and 'competition as general. As compared with' closing rates of first series, values generally are very firm, whilst medium ahd coarse, quality crossbreds are five per cent. higher, especially when suitable for America., America, Scotland and Yorkshire.bought freely. The bulk of .the wools came from the south-east of South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia. Dalgety's sold Yoingmnan's Ardgartan clip.from Grassdale'at 14jd for both merino and comeback. The Glonorchy.clip, from- Western Victoria, comeback 1P4d; Lincoln 9id. .
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
TENNIS. The annual meeting of the Ararat Tennis Club iias.held in the shire Hall on Monday eveniing last. There was a good attendance of members, and the President,' Dr. Brown, occupied [the chliair. -The report and balance sheet was read and adopted. They showed that'a very successful year had passed, closing with the satisfactory credit bal ance of £23/10/2. The-=following ofli-: cers were mnanimously elected -for the ensuing year :--Vice-presidents, Messrs Dowling. and T. E. Wilkinson; secre tary, Mr Emery; committee, Misses Nesbit and Temple, Dr. Brown, Messrs Stanes and Akhurst. Match and Tea Committees were also appointed, and three new members elected. .The elec tion of President was left in the hands of the committee. A` meeting of the committee is to be held next Moniday night.
BOWLING. Ararat Reds v. Ararat Whites. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
BOWLING. Ararat Reds '.-Ararat Whites; The local green was used yesterday afternoon- to play off a game nhlthe Arariat and' Stawell pennant; the. Reds anid White'' df the'-loal club' compet ing. The Reds wvoq by 104 to 76. The Scores were as follow': Reds. 1, E. Start" Pattinsoli,' `Shaw De Nully .. .. : 2. Trevan, Gibson, Moore, T. G. Grano 23 3. Short, i ' M Gibbony, T. ; Grano, E. M' Gibbny .... :. ::. "5 4; :Bates, 'D. Morris, 'Matthews, Claringbold . : ." .'. . 2. .. .. 28 104 Whites. 1. W. H. Mackay, O'Connor, Webb, Wynne .... 19 2. Brandtf Cameron, M'Lean, Gib lett .. 20 3. Fraser, J. Start, Wright; Wight wick''..".. . ...... .... 23 4. Jones; Brown, D. Mackay, J. Morris .. . . .. 76
WILD DUCK AND TEAL. CLOSE SEASON ALTERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
WILD DUCK AND THAL! bLOSE SEASON ALTERED. .Under. an. - "Ordner-n -ouncil just passed,"the close season for wild ducks, teal, and all.kinds5 of,'wild geese 'has been alterelLd. The ,close season will begin on 'lstJuly in each year, and end on 10th February, both days in elusive. The 'same protection is to' extend to all kinds of. honey-eaters, except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kinds of plover other than southern stone plovers or' curlews; avocets, gang-gang cockatoos, laridrails, 'and other members of the rail family, porphyric, coots, etc. magpies,. native :companions :or. Austra lian cranes, and stilts. ?'.'. _':;.a " ? -, Ul mnu r::.·- ;o. ?
The Evil that Men Do Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER VIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
TheEvil that Men Do' .BY M. P. SHIEL, Luthor of "The Rajah's Sapphirel , "Prince Zaleski," etc. " .. Published by special arrangemen with Ward, Lock and Co. (All Rights Eeserved. i CHAPTER VIII. (Continued). a Hartwell was descending an avenue LE ather rough with ruts of hardened St bud, when he saw before him a lady M salking in the same direction as he, C oiling a bicycle-saw, as it were, I eithout seeing her, for he was looking i in the ground. He had soon overtak- w n and passed her a little, absorbed in N bought, when he heard a deep voice 1 if mockery behind him say: "A justly-offended James!" i He turned, and his eyes rested on a ci pirited image, a lady of twenty-two P ir twenty-three years, with a small n lead and face, and a "divinely tall c' ength of body between her toes and i ler chin; and Hartwell said to him self: "This can only be 'Julia,' whom h [ imagined to be still at Cannes." Since she had formally given him E ep; he had not even been at the pains o a answer her...
BEAUFORT STRIKE. SECRET BALLOT REJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
BEAUFORT STRIKE. SECRET BALLOT REJECTED. Mr Chas. Lennon (President .of the Beaufort and Waterloo branch of the F.M.E.A.), presided over a meeting of about 80 members at Waterloo on Tues day afternoon. Mr T. M. Jude (se cretary of F.M.E.A. for Victoria) was present, The proceedings occupied about"an hour and a half ; the meeting being held in camera. The matter of holding a secret ballot as to whether the strike should be continued or not, was the topic of discussion..,. Apro posal to! have asecretl ballot was re jected, the men deciding ,to remain on strike. The executive council of the Aassocia 'tion for Victoria awill.discuss the: posi -tion at Beaufort in Ballarat on Friday next, and it" is understood that the Beaufort and :Waterloo . strikers ?ill meet again on Saturday.-. The figures.as to .the voting on the question of holding a secret ballot were "not.obtainaule, but:it was stated .unofficially .hatuthe matter was decided by a majority of three votes..
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. MOTOR AND CYCLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
SPOETING INTELLIGENCE. M OTOR AN .CYCLE NOTFS. Some very interesting figures have re cently been compiled from official sodrces by-Lord Montague, editor of " The Car" (England), showing what tremendous strides the automobile in dustry has made in less than firteen years. It is computed that up to the end of December last there were 125,838. motor vehicles in Great Bri tain; 1,435,000 in the United States, and 366,011 in other countries, making a total of 2,226,849 motor vehicles in the leading countries of the world. This immense total is the measure of less than fifteen years' progress in an tomobilism-and here lies the marvel of the motor movement. Moreover, nine ty per cent. of these motor vehicles have been manufactured and used dur ing the last ten years. It is, therec fore, hard to realise what may be the number of motor vehicles in the world ten years hence, what their consump tion of liquid fuel. may be, what the cost of running them is likely to am ount to, and the number o...
JAPAN V. U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
JAPANYV.U.SA i Mr William Archer 'discusses in "M'Clure's" the question, "Will Ja pan ever fightrthe United States '' Mr Archer does not believe' in keeping his reader in suspenise. ':With a brief' re ference to the yellow peril, he makes a plunge and settles the.mater offhand: Has America anything to fear from Japanese ambition i Has Japan either the power or will to seek aggrandise ment in the North Pacific at the ex pense of the United States, or to chal lenge the 'Monroe-Doctrine in Spanish America i. . Briefly, I believe that sue has no such will- or power; and I shall now try to give reasons forthat conclusion. . * The problem of over-population and a restricted land area is one that faces Japan.;at every turn, -and,; although making evey:effort-towards industrial expansion,. that in its turn brings new dangers :--.. 'cBut Japan has yet.to prove her qiali fications. for holding her own in the in dustrial race.. She has -good labor and good :water power; but nerecoal is not vei...
CITIZENS BAND AND THE PARK. IMPROVED LIGHTING SCHEME SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
CITIZENS BAND AND THE PAiS; IMPROVED LIGHTING SCHEME SUGGESTED -. Last night at the nieting of the Ara rat Borough Council a letter was;read from the secretary of.,the Ararat Citi zens Banud,, suggesting tnat.the coun cil should hold several concerts at Alex andra Park, in whiehtthe band would assist, free 'of c?ost, ,the proceeds: from the same to go for the purpose of eli ciently lighting thepark with the elec: tric light. Cr Simpson-Is the park not suffi ciently lighted . The Mayoef-It is a suggestion from the hand to assist to provide funids. Cr Brandt sid. lie understood the band, was desiroiu's of assisting the council to properly light up the pairk, so that it would be up-to-date on spe cial occasions. - He'thought it a gener. ous step on tne part of the band, the men offering their services free with the object of beauitifying the gardens, and the. council should give its patron age in every possible why to the move ment.- Ho .thought a good sum of money would be raisedby-, ...
HAWKERS FROM OUTSIDE. SHOULD THEY PAY A TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
HAWKERS FROM OUTSIDE. SHOULIQ THEY PAY A TAX.. The petition sent in too the Ararat Borough Council some time ago by the local frumterers, protestinig against haw kers of fruit and ice cream from outside being allowed, to come into the town and sell without-paying a tax, came up. for consideration at the meeting last night. The petition was fathered by Cr Irwin, who thought it was unfair that hawkers from outside should be allowed to come into the town and sell with out paying a tax. He moved "That Loe request of the petitioners be complied with as far as possible." Cr. Simpson seconded the motion. Cr Impey (jocularly)-And butchers should be included, too. Cr Simpson-Yes. Cr Impey thought it was a difficult matter to handle. Whilst they consid ered the shopkeeper, they should also consider the one who grows the fruit. He did not know whether other coun cils adopted a tax or not, but he thought it best to consult the Muni cipal Association on the' matter. Cr Tuson-It is only fair tnat...
MAROONA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
MA- OONA. * (From our own Correspondent.) On account of the fine weather con ditions prevailing, farmers are losing no time in getting the wheat into the bags. That being the case very little wheat is being carted into the local railway station. The majority will have finished harvesting this week, af ter which there will be a rush to get the wheat away. The scholars attending the Maroona State School received a pleasant sur prise lately owing to the kindly act and thoughtfulness of Mrs Forbes, of Bur rumbeep. Mrs Forbes, who is on a trip to the old country, provided a handsome and useful book for each, child, and these were presented to them by Mrs Nicol, wife of the manager of Burrum beep. The children were highly de lighted with the gifts.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
GENERAL. The " Sportsman" advocates a mo derate-limitation of Gray's losing haz ard stroke. The "Sporting Life" op poses any restriction. Georges Carpentier, heavyweight champion of Europe, scored a decisive! victory at Nice on Monday night over " Pat" O'Keefe, the Irish-American' boxer, who visited Australia with "Tommy'" Burns some years ago. O'Keefe was knocked out in the second round. "Jack" Johnson had proposed to give an exhibition in England. but he has so far been unsuccessful to secure a venue. iHe applied .for the Hanley Territorial drill hall, but it was:refused. Johnson then secured the Manley foot ball gr6und, but subsequently the mian agement cancelled the arrangement. Another case of assassination occur rred'in Calcutta on Monday. evening. Inspector Ohose, who has been promi nent in political cases, was shot dead as he was walking along a street. A student has been arrested in connection with the murder. The rebellion in Hayti,. which has been in progress - for some t...
CHEAPER MONEY. COMMENTS BY NEWSPAPERS. LONDON, Tuesday, Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
* CHEAPE MONEY. COMMENTS BY NEWSPAPERS, LONDON, Tuesday, Night.:l The buoyant tone of .the stock irkei and the great success of the Yictorian loan of £1,000,000, which was issuedslit £97, are the subjects of comment by.'the newspapers to-day. The ".Globe" says that the vast. ~e cumulated earnings from the British trade boom are now coming int6 the market, and find the Stock Exchbinge largely denuded of floating capital. The paper adds that the position.of the Exchange is healthier than it has been for years. The "Westminster Gazette" fears that the success of the Victorian loan will stimulate so many borrowers that congestion .of the money market will again result.
ECHO OF DREFUS CASE. DEATH OF GENERAL PICQUART. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
ECHO OF D1REUS CASE. DEATH OF: GENERAL PICQUART. e' :: PARIS, Tuesday.: The death is announced from Paris of the 'famous General Georges Picquart, the' champion of Captain Dreyfus.. It was in 1896, :when ne was Lieutenant Colonel, that Picquart was forced to the conclusion that the famous " bor dereau"' on which Dreyfus .was con demned; was written ieally by Com niafidant Esterhazy. From this time onwards he .-cham-. pioned Dreyfuis's cause, though he was made the victim ofpersecution by his superiors, was expelled from. the army, and was kepti n a secret prison: for monthi. --n 1906 he had some. recom pense for the misrepresentation:he .had been subjected to forisihe a long peri od, when be was-taken into M. Clemen ceau's Cabinet as Minister of War. General Ficquart, who was 59 years of age, met his death through a faill from his horse, his head striking the frozen ground anid thus causing'- in jtries' which -roved fatal.
ATTEMPT TO BREAK GAOL. SEVEN PEOPLE KILLED. EX-JUDGE A VICTIM. VANCOUVER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
ATTEMPT TO BREAK GAOL. .. EVEN PEOPLE KILLED. EX-JUDGE A VICTIM. VANCOUVER, Monday. A daring attempt to escape from pri son:yesterday resulted in seven people being killed. S.At Macalister, in Oklahama, three 'prisoners in the State penitentiary made a bid for freedom. Armed with revolvers,. tney attacked the guards, who returned the fire, and a set battle ensued. The upshot was that the three prison ers were killed, while a number of Sguards lost their lives: A former judge named Thomas, who had been visiting the gaol; was struck by a stray bullet, and killed. I-- ---_______________