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BOXING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
BOXING NOTES. Ily "liathdown." On New Year's nighlt, at thlle ?elborne Stadium, tile firnt or n couple of linltinat ing contesta for the wOlltr-wiight elhn pinneirp of tle 'lBritih T?les oorik p?l ine between Waoldm r JmtarJbr, the Dane, anI I?ay Itrotnruon./ of Ayriia. ( trry to expcta.tons, ronn tailted to matke goml. lIe was cnmpletely nl't nlnsom. being no slow s a Iomy ror, and apperrl to ho mInete-bouni. I nmoi ilm a -winner of only Iwo rouindr (two morn heing etqual. When to tuotralia previously hto boxed as n liht.atright, not beat all our crnecks with tltn exep. tion of Mehogan. T)epitt tihe fnet tIrat be Its put on too mucllh t oen to I asi light.weight, I hioneotlty lieve that at lea?t three lighlrt-weightls in Attntalia cimld beat him now, viz., rIehegan,, Brmen. and MItCoy. firtt tf we were iltsappointot hcr,, mhat mont they have felt in Synati con thie some nihtb, when for thb snecnd time Pt tie M'Ooorty, of Ameriea. lTat till •tng'o onqueror, Dave Smith, in ialnlf a r...
OUTBREAKS OF FIRE RACING STABLES ABLAZE. MAD STAMPEDE OF HORSES. WELLINGTON (N.Z.) Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
OUTBREAKS OF FIRE RACING S'TABLES AILZI`. ILD STAM.PJDE OP HORISES. WELLINGTON (N.Z.). Monday. Last night a fire brko out at the llaorp of Erin racing stables at. Jfllamlio, Auck land. l?Bro containing rorehorean wore padlocked, but the doors were brorst open and thlo horoes rolol as quicklhr as poe ;ible. MImrooo a valuable hurdlo nmun. was butrnt to ricatt. When tito door of Lady Meonchinkolf's box was anrst open, tlhe mro waos mad with poln and lterror Site gallopi ronnt the yarn ard paddockr with tier mani and tail blaing and the covrer on her bock borning lirreoly. When slle woa auiighlt and on attenpt made to move t o bunting rover, the skin canto awray with it. A voterinary surgeon orderod her to be shodot. flotal Armsi was badly burnt about thbo loatranul neck. but will rrecover. Denise Crnse was similarly burnt about; Lho neck itnd tail, and Crown Pearl wos gUt and bruised by rnulninn into a fnero. In a moad tsamprle, severoal bornae rushed ahout the yard srcmingl but worn ...
BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL .Manduy. 5t'h January. Preent.--Co "h. Camron (preident), C. Winter. I1. Evans, I). Fergu.nn, It. A. Ford, 8. Clark, A. hM'Leod l]nilon, Joa:. Waltora, J. O. Inglis, A. Stuarl. (crrermpadoeno.-Frent Stlate Rivrr. and Water Supply Commi-nisni. ul:iug Is there was nny objection In ea Ill~ng por tion of treater r?rvo at east ent of (ir. don townhrip. Cr Evan nLhd tIre hid previously ol?eeted. C ilr Witr s;id he nould'd nt object. No objtoliuu offered. raIom engineer Shrire o Iuin of Iion. ar rnfginf for- ¢\lnt of insp.clion of Ixt o dory 'work.-From Municiall dl?wiaa lion, ftrmunnding reports of annual sar nlon.-Frmn A. S. I'hllip' , manager Blb lark, enqairing when wine netting order d woulld be ava.tlabe. To bhr attendedll .--FProm 3. A. Nickls. iGordon, nu king that the Commerrcinl hairl, non clou., bo rrealent. P. Setter, aninrtoa, mndo a inailar aprlication. Cr livans noled lth the vahi r n Insatrutell to vaum dr licnadl hlotanl in share. 8.orrall ly Cr Waltre...
FIRE AT FURNITURE FACTORY. THE BUILDING GUTTED. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
rFItB AT PUItNITIJIl 1ACTOUY. ThU Bu ILDInG GUTTED. AD LAIDE. ,Monday. Al?ro furniture fanctory at the corner ofRndle and Young streets, Rent Town, owned by i. J. Buttery. was burnt down at 1 at.m. to-dlay. Th, buildings. of two stories, and coe oed mainly of gvaniseodl Iron, had not be occupied sinoo tihe Christmas holi days, and there was no caretakor on the prestaino loopt offie official, wlen'ollecting mnlls in the vticinlity discovered tho out break nd gave tho alarm. Soveral resm tnrned out, but tho firo had too strong a hot , and gttenl the bniihlinls. Tite contents oonsisted principally of lfrn?i ttlr in tho making and nmachinry. rhro ho.'e tow been big fires at three fItrnniti estnabliahments .Melville's, tt p a, hei; Pe geill;'s. at _dwordtol on l and. Istly, Butteryas.
AUSTRALIA AND JAPAN VIEWS OF CONSUL-GENERAL. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
AUSTRALIA AND JAPAN VIEWS OK CONSUL-GENRAL . SYDNEY, Monday. Mfr Solrabnro Shimizu. the now Consul General for ,loput in Auatrnlia, arrived by the steuoor Kumeneo Kern to-doy. le hoe had an extenmive ensUnlar ex~roeicn. hlt previone appnlintnents inludin g con sulates al Ilololulu, Long Kong. Van couver, and Chicago. - rI?a last position was Consul-Ceneral at Ottawa. IIo laughed at the suggestion that Ja pan wea naiting to swoop down on Aeus ralia, and declared that the feeling to. wards Ausetrlia woe entirely friendly. .lapu's population wrs increing, aunl with other eonatrie she oequired terri tory for her surplusn opulation: I)bt there woe a large island Iokando, anld Korea vanllnable. The Jalundirn he said, dreircel an en tentolon'of trade relotonla with Atutralia. and prrotes in that regard were oec?l. lent. Children iu the schools were taught a good deanl abrmt Austratia. but no more and no lent tthan ltaot other conetries. Auttrhlia'l rttrlcttive'lglsletion wns ro roninoclI a...
SALE OF BLOOD STOCK 900 GUINEAS PAID FOR ST. MEDOC. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
SALE OF BLOOD STOCK 900 GUINAS IA I? Ot ST. ?? f ?OC. "SyDNNT, ltoridas. Messro Chistholm ad Co. hold their midsammer snlo of bhood stock to-day. Twelve out of 29 eat?logued were sold. for atotal of 2111 guineatn. The top prie,. tltniuoene, wts paid for the racehorseo St. edoo. which wos knocked bdown' to "Mr .I. lirkA." Mltocene wa sold privatoely to Mr .1. S. Agnew for 3(00 gau4nenea. On the imported stollion. Flying' Machine, there was a reservo of lOO1 gttinas, and the animal retired unoold. For Irish Mist (imtported) the bidding rerchel 700 inoas, but, thoe stallion did lot change hoands. .
FARMS FOR SETTLERS QUEENSLAND MINISTRY'S PROPOSAL. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
FARMS FOR SETTLERS QUI-PINSLAND M TIISTRY'S P110. i'Otl.I1,L. ,BIISIBANE, Monday. Prior to Inh doparturo for London. M[r D hlram, tho P'romier, intirnatedl that landr leg rislation of an important chlaror tor weuld bo inlroduced into tho Qucez?ns land Parliamnent next nsoton. Tho Mln Itor for Lands (ir Tolmin) to-day up. plired omn of the cardinal featnie of the cehemo. whioch in nothing lsn than a prco Utial that the CGover?umenL hould go it for preparing arone for setlers no as to ronko Iand esi?lemcnt more attractive than can posibly Io io e een wh'ern tle neLlern arove to take up virgin country. The o. heme. iIf undlertnaken at all. rwould have to be carried oult properly, arld provioion rado for nettling thousanods of familie,.
DEBATING AND OTHER SOCIETIES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
DEBATING AND OTHER SOCIETIES The Ladieo' II.A.C.I. Societ -met on 2gth tniL; the presidet, alis Iaowr, in the chair. Sick allownce. t1110l1 won pa.ted for payment. Correspon dence. - From tditriet -secreta ry J. tV. Rtyan, acknowledginag receipt of .l100 to be invested to Government Sto?k, also canratnlatlng broanch on splendid ouncoia, and wishing officers and mmbersm eompliments of the s?onaso. Ow ing to holidays the tteadalnceof members was not large. I cloaring the mo ting the president wished oficers and members a very happy and prosperous new year. At the first hnlf-yearly meeting of the Ballarat Catholit Ysoung .Men'r Society there was a retord attendance of mem hers, presided over by Mr 11. Smith. The ofticers of the Soietly prcsented their Ihalf.yearly reporlts and sLoke eneouh ragin ly af the progro.? made during the rit teIrme The eleotloh of oifi-beorre for nsulng year ocuopcd the grreate part of the evenin'se hbiluesse. and, heinsg carrlld on undcr th prferent?l hahtm ,...
INTER-STATE NEWS [REUTER'S.] RAIN IN NORTHERN TERRITORY TEN INCHES IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS. DARWIN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
INTER-STATE NEWS [tt.:uý.?lt's.] RAIN IN NORTHERN TERRITORY TEN INCIIES IN If0l?FOTY-IGHT IIOURS. DARWIN, Monday. Stormy weather ?ot *In oln Sntrdiay relljning. niln records for the 48 hours endel 9 o'clock thin morning wore:- Darwin, 9 inches= brook's Creel, 10 inch; Pine Creek, 8 inchea; IC?athorine, 0 inchet Daly Water,: 5 inches; Powell'. Creek, 20 points. it is tated that 20 inehes of rain have fallen at Blirrundi, and that within three miles of railway soevernl extensive washn sa0ys bhays orourro?i-the first for. many earM. All the riror beotneen hors and iKatherine re rlluninog bankers, and it is feared tlhat some of tihe settlers at D-ly River are in at bail way. . Several minor easnualtiec have been reported. Tho stormy conditions continue.
STATE POLITICS PREMIER AT ESSENDON MINISTRYS POLICY STATED PROGRESSIVE PROGRAMME. LABOR'S BID FOR OFFICE. TRENCHANT CRITICISM. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
STATE POLITICS PREMIER AT ESSENDON SMINISTRYS POLICY STATED PROGRESSIVE PROGRAMME. LABOR'S BID FOR OFFICE, TrRENCHANT CRITICISM. MSLBOUB E, Msomndy. Th?r waes a orowkd audineea at the Now Hall, b.ndon, to-night. when Mr Watt detiertd his dpolicy speech. While nominally Mr Wait was speakling to the electors of Eeeendemn in upport of his amndidature for the laccaI sot for the Legislativ dAssembly, he was in reality alddese the peeplo of the Stats. The pemioer receied a very cordial re. coption, and interruptio?s during his spoyech wero few and far between. At tho clos of a vigoroes addre s, which extended orver two hourns, Mr Watt ws athnssiaatially cheered. I3VENTPUL CHLANGES. Mr Watt mid thant daring the past rour wtees eventful clanges in Stete po litics had occuarred width centtional rc pidit? The Government over which he presided was defeated and promptly rc cagned. A Labor Ministry w? forsted and sans overthrown with acelerity that se linmited only by thoe rsentment of its suppo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
FUNERAL NOTICES QUINIIVAN.--'he friends of the late 0 Thomas Qiinlivn, jun., are rspect. fully inrtrl to foltlo his rrmnina to theirt ton? reting-placi. Ceghill's Creek Cen/. terny. Ionra| is oppointinl to leacr Iris Inte. rniidrnrr, Iadnl Ieya :hngto Ittotl Mainr stTIAt. tilh, day ('Tol-tlay, 6th J.an al nt 1 o'thtk.. GTEPREN WI;LLINCGTON, Underta ker. 430 Srtot at. 'TElt. 226. fORD aN)DT.iflAN` TPP-i FUILNISItIIN UNDERTAIt$. 1'UNE.tALS CONDUCTED a Itown or country. Oak. C?dar, and other Poli'tdih CoffinaI Artificial \Wrnaths, a All tFuneratl n, uisilti always in stock.il taim and hCoatco for i/ro at lowstn Add ro--Armstroneg etroot south and 1 Rahglan otrTet sotth.ll. Trlephonoo 70. F. W. BARNES ndi t4ON. Proprieto?" UI EVANS \N - Il TtlNIlITNI UNDt R'PAICEIgS, 19 MAIN STREE'. RATlTIARAT ASTr (Noxt Post Office) Aod at FgEars.
BORUNG ELECTION. TWO LIBERAL CANDIDATES. WARRACKNABEAL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
BOlUluG ELEaI'ION. TWO LIBERAL CANDIDATEs. WA.iRACICNABEAL, Monday. All doubt a? to Mr Mf"Rar retiring from the field in ronnection with the Ionlng eledtion is now not at rest, his nomina tion hnving been lodged with the return ing oimeer to-?lny. A series of meotinls by both candidates has be on nnnounced, ,and Meor-rs tutchins on and M'Rna have lotered vigorously upon the campaign. ir IIutochinon addr??ed a mneting of frnrmors at Brim this afternoon, and lion loft for Beolah. Bis opening meeoting will ho hold nt Warrncknoabl to-morrw night, wlhen three .linisterial collonoeul aro annooned to h, present. .Mr M'loae upe"ks at WVrreacknbeal on Thur-loy night. Thu heenent intorest hsn been ,rouend in thu contest, and a large poll is expecterd.
REINDEER FOR SLEDGE WORK. NOTED EXPLORER'S VIEWS. CHRISTIANIA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
tEINDEite FOItL SI,8 DGId.WOtIK. NOT'D EXPJLOItI?R'S VIEWS. CIIIIISTIANIA Stlnoay. Mr C. 1E. IoreIgrovink, who lo a oxpdlitolln to tie Antrctloi (1898.9Iti0). hai been lntorviewed hiero In regard to tho Imgeori.l Trans-Antarctic Etxldition which is to set forth this year; Ito cornidorn thal Sir Ernest Shackle. tool would be wiweor to roe roindeor for slcdo? work. aMtor-drilvn vehiclec nar apt to wante prectou timpe onr I urney cf the naturoe contemplated by Sir Eri nest. .Mr ltorchgretviuk isof ttho opniono Ltht Itplanders and eoperienced dlog-rietfO drivers should form part of tho elpeii tion.
THE STEFANSSON PARTY. REASSURING REPORT. OTTAWA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
TJII STI FANSSON PARTY. RIASSUIIING REPORT. OTTAWA. Stlndag,. A remurtng report hin been roooset roncerning the Slefausien expedition, for ihe eafoty of which fears have heen eln tortelnaed. Captain Rnie, of tie w choonor Polar Jear, lies wril.ten to thle Naval Depart oent, atlingl tlhat the AnIlesorn o rtp, belonllgilng to the Stefansr.on eoltdition n ate inl winter qlaorters. with a sloply of provisionsw. T'ho reisnol Alnaska nd hlanry Snachs. which. with tho lfarhtk, earriedi ti' mtelaoro of the expedition, Ilal hitherto been rigardled a lost. Nlithing fIlrther is known of Stofhanon'o fate. but tho otmblals of the Navy Departoent are cohb. fident that he Is safe.