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PURSUIT OF REVENGE. MURDER AFTER TEN MONTHS. PEKIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
SPUrESUIT OF RVENGE. -MURDER AFTER TEN MONTHS.' PEKIN, Tuesday. : A vendetta in. China has. resulted in the murder of 'an ,official after 10 months. A' Chinese named Lung Kweshing was implicated in the assassination,'of Mr Sung in March last. -Yesterday Lung'Kweshing ? as :found stabbed-to death.in, a railway carriage. at Tientsin. - The murderer escaped,-but the au thorities attribute the crime .to revenge. [In. Mdrch last an ex-Minister of Education, named Sung, was shot- at Shanghai while -taking a train to at tend the National Parliament in` Pe king.. It was said: that the :shotwas intended for another official.] :
CHANCELLOR'S RECENT STATEMENTS. CAREFULLY PLANNED REVOLT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
CHANCELLOR'S RECENT STATE MENTS. CAREFULLY PLANNED REVOLT. LONDON, Tuesday. The statements made by Mr Lloyd George in a recent *conversation, which gave rise to so much comment, were at first regarded as an impulsive out burst, but the utterances are now view ed as a carefully planned revolt. LONDON, Tuesday Night. Mr Winston Churchill, first Lord of the Admiralty, has contradicted the an nouncement in the newspapers concern ing a division in the Cabinet over the naval question. The rumor, Mr Churchill says, is based on surmise and gossip.
CABINET CRISIS. OVER NAVAL POLICY. CHANCELLOR AND MR. CHURCHILL. ONE MUST RESIGN. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
SCABINET CRIIS.:' .. - CHANCELLOR tAND(MR '' CHURCHIL . - ' NE MU I IGN . : LONDON:Tuesday.., SThe' "Daily Telegraph" states that a grave.crisis bascarisen.in the-Cabinet in connection ;with; the, Governmenths naval, policy. :, ' The question will be - discussed by the Cabinet on-Thursday . The paper further. declares that the majority of Ministers agree with Mr Lloyd George in opposing,ir Churchill's naval estimates, and the relations be tween the Uhancellor of the Exchequer and Mr Churchill are so strained that the-resignation pf one or. the other is refjardied-i possible; If Mr Churchill is defeated on the estimates question the whole Board of admiralty threaten to resign. The '"Daily Telegraph" adds :-"A majority of the Cabinet is intent upon abandoning even the d0 per-cent..stan dard.'.' .
GUARD FIRED AT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
GUARD FIRED AT. r The armed guard patrolling the'rail way on the border of Natal 'and Trans vaal fired at a man, who'was taipering with the line. Two. shots'were fired in reply, but without taking effeet. .., The guard believe that there,.were .three men concerned in the attempt to in terfere with the lije. No arrests;have been made.
AFRICAN CRISIS. MEN RETURNING. POSITION OF MINES IMPROVED. GUARD AT TRADES HALL. JOHANNESBURG, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
AFRICAN. OBRIS. :- .:MEN RETUEiN G.i S,.GUARD ATTA 1iS . JOHANNESBBURG;Monday, Miidnight. STwo hundred 'railwaymen 'signed; on at Germistdn to:day for duty -aind a large' umbe ' of strillers esianted iat Braaiil~ontelni wlrd a nieting of'the inen decied in favorfof a general re? sumption on Tuestay:: '-i..: ~.3 , SA few men are resuming at diirban, but 600 are still out there. Inere is no suggestion that the strikersat Diur ban,.have. any intention of, eturipg enh iasse.-, . : .. The: position at the minesshoy gradual improvement. " N daiagewas done in. the attempt to deo t engine house at. me Yogelstr'itr .ine by an infernal machine. The manage ment .of this. mine have;.rdered -all strikers to quit the.living quarters tley occupy on the mine property;.'". ; The Federation of, Biilding: 'Tr?de Societies in Pretoria,, at- a - meefiilig held this morning, refuseda to return to work. in the afternoon the police ai rested the actihg secretary of the.Fed oration. The week-end passed off ...
RAND LOSSES. £100,000 WEEKLY. JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
RAND LOSSEB., £100,000 WEEKLY: JOHANNESBURGT Tuesday.,, It is estimatedthat apart from the cost of martial law, tne land .is losing over £100,000 weekly as .the result, of the strike. e at One authority .estimates that f?ully one quarter of the miners on the reef are still -out: There is ? corresponding loss in the .gold:::output .of -nearly £180,000 weekly, and about £50,000. in wages alone.- -.:
GENERAL COMPLIMENTS BURGHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
GENERAL COMPLIMENTS BURGHERS. - Notwithstanding the completenes:of the mobilisation of the South African Defenceforce, the cost is not likely to exceed £150,000 weekly. General - Christian :Bey.ers, , .L.A., commanidant. of te. defence. force,,:ad dressed, the burghers to-day. He es plained to them that the force was hit called' out at the time of the .July strike, because it was then only Touir days old, and needed timee4or organis ation. He. proceeded to. say. thatn',ow though it was .but six months since she last strike, he believed their'niobilil sation could not have been effected bet ter in any part of the. world. ?Meni ,had come in from the farthest points within three days. "General- Beyers added that he wished to show that they could manage their own affairs without the help of Imperial troops.
TYPHOID IN ARARAT. REPORT FROM THE HEALTH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
TYPHOID IN AEARAT. REPORT FROM THE HEALTH OFFICER. At the meeting of the Ararat Bor- ough Council last night, Mr J. S. Morris the registrar of births and deaths, officially reported the death of the young man Robert Arnold Wilson, 23 years of age, from typhoid fever, as previously referred to in these columns. Dr. Cameron reported three cases as having been admitted to the hospital, their names being Arthur Stephiens, 30 years, High street; James Millington, 27 years, from Anderson's boarding house, King street; W. J. Candy, 37 years, High street. Dr. Brown reported a case in which Mattie Emery, 20 years, Banfield street, is the patient. Dr. Hayman, health officer, reported as under:- "Referring to the unusual number of reported cases of' typhoid fever. I have duly visited those pre- mises in which these cases have occur- red. These houses are so far apart that there can be no common origin for the outbreak, the milk supply in nearly every case being drawn from private sources. Tw...
DEATH OF DR. T. S. HUTCHINGS. KILLED ON THE RAILWAY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
DEATH OF DR. T. S. HUTCHINGS. KILLED ON THE RAILWAY LINE. On Tuesday morning, at about 6 o'clock, the driver on the goods train found the body of a man at Breadal- bane, lying between the up and down lines. The right leg was cut off and the body otherwise mutilated. It was the body of Dr. T. S. Hutchings, Euroa (Victoria), and it is believed that he fell from the limited express to Mel- bourne. A first-class ticket trom Wal langarra to Melbourne was found in his pocket, as well as correspondence, which points to the fact that he had visited Wallangarra in connection with land business, and was returning home. His belongings included a receipt for a pre- mium on a £500 life policy. The de- ceased was about 40 years of age. An inquest was opened that afternoon and adjourned. Inspector James said that the deceased was a passenger travelling in a sleeping car on the limited express. Dr. Hutchings purchased a practice at Euroa several years ago, and was do- ing well. He recently went to ...
LICENSING ACT PROSECUTIONS. CASES BEFORE THE ARARAT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
LICENSING ACT rBOSEOUTIONS. CASES BEFORE THE ARARAT COURT. - At the Ararat Police Court yesterday morning, Messrs G. Burn, E. J. Simpson and G. Vanstan, J.sP., presided,.when several cases under the Licensing Act were decided. FOUND ON THE PREMISES. Thomas Cullinau was charged by Su. perintendent Morris, licensing inspec tor, with having been found on the li censed premises of Gordon's Hotel on Sunday, 28th December. Mr Gra no appeared for the defendant, who was not present, being 200 miles away. Constable Graham deposed that at about six o'clock on the afternoon in question, in company with Constable M'Innes, he went in the direction of Gordon's Hotel, and took up a position where they could see the front and back of the hotel. After waiting about ten minutes they. saw three men enter the back yard of.the hotel. They went to walk away from the back of the hotel, and then two of them returned to the back of the hotel. They went out of the yard, and returned to it again af ter about ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 22 January 1914
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CANADIAN GRAIN FARMER. IS HE PROSPEROUS? WAYS OF GRAIN SHARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 January 1914
CANADIAN GRAIN FARIMER IS HE PROSPEROUS? WAYS OF GRAIN SHARKS. Mr Niels 'Nielsen, In his report to the New South Wales Government on the elevator system in America, says: -"All through the United States and Canada wheat is bought in four grades -1, 2, 3, and chicken feed; but No. 3 absolutely disappears in the hand ling of it through the elevators. By the time it is shipped, or sold in the Eastern States, the elevator owners, and grain sharks, have manipulated it in such a way as to 'ring in' practi cally the whole of the No. 3 grade wheat into Nos. 2 and 1 in certain pro portions, and this manipulation of the grain results in the enormous profits that accrue to the elevator owners and grain speculators at the expense of the farmers." It was because of this that it was strongly recommen ded to keep the proposed N.S.W. ter minal elevators in Government hands (says a Sydney paper). In a recent number of the Canadian "Grain Growers' Guide" an article ap peared, entitled "Why Wheat is C...
CURE FOR OBESITY ADVICE BY COUNTESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 24 January 1914
CURE FOR OBESITY A:DVICE BY COUNTESS. The Countess of Warwick describes in "Harper's Bazaar" a simple diet plan for women who wish to reduce their weight. She writes: After having tried every method it is my opinion that the reducing pro cess can just as well be carried out at home, under the normal conditions of everyday life. All physicians agree in the advice, "Cut out starch, sugar, and, in a less degree, fats." The necessary amount of sleep is permitted, but the earliest hours of rising are greatly to the good, and all forms of exercise in the ordinary way, such as walking, riding, swimming, tennis, and golf1 together with sea bathing are encouraged. These help to cure so long as they are not overdone. The elimination of starch-some 60 per cent. of our food value-is inclined to debilitate, and one must be cautious or a worn, scraggy appearance-most unbecom ing-will ensue, as so often happens to women undergoing a "cure." I will introduce the personal note in giving my advice, a...