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FUNERAL OF FRAGSON DISGRACEFUL SCENES. CROWD FIGHT FOR WREATHS. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

FUNERAL OF FRAGCSON IiISGRACEFUL SCEIINES. CROWN FIG.IIT' V:DI FOIt V6TIIS. .n Yn'l " ' pAIiIS. Ionrday. h funeral of Hunrry Frrw-on, thnrell known millic nall artist, who ano mnur dloed hyh)i u father a fei duies ao, t'nk pine{ yaterdtay, and was marked o) dis9ncrafl -scemn " d'h9lurnd. of peonlo strggled violently to ab'nin plances oP vantr. anld when lthe fIneral proceonion rcne rI the ehllrclh women and children Imhke through a cordon of IOlieo and torn pirren from wreantLb, which the crawd fought for. Tha chlrhel was Iekhd with noisy su;ht-ers, ond l manny friendls .vra pro ortend from entecring Ihe h bdiIg.. Tlcremon wns co.tinioiily mnrred by irreverent niterrultit?tl?.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTHERN NIGERIA SYSTEM OF DOMESTIC SLAVERY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

SOUTHERN NIGERIA SYST F OF DOJS 18TIC St.tV1Y. LjNPON. Sundasr. Th. "Ant1.4laycrv fholiorilr,' which i tho jo'rnnl. oF.. Uh flBiioh and ova AntjiI500er Sociiet. m its cnrreit iS5uu 0OInllH'Mlnc hat~ ~fr 'jnwjr fnsrtoiyt. Sif h-rraryi Stte' for the ColoulCO. wllo, 0 t Jauary, 101., ropeol tho drdinnnOcC Confroiik 'the olo fem dojositio oloi cry in Souiltoorn Niporio.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEST CRICKET ENGLAND V. SOUTH AFRICA. JOHANNESBURG, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

TEST CRICKET flNOLAN,) 'V. SOUTII All"ICA. JOIIANNI133II~nn °. \fo'tlo 'rhe thirdtest natct betweenangiland and 61uth Afrian nans rrlnmni odllay. thra Ith 'atter aontiaurd their arrajad innina!. iea".aga Fit :N AFICAN . 'itt anaa a. a ,. 3 Silaal . ana ngx ... .. T'rea. i a'nings . a. .. ... Tntlnr, c Ssrtl~, b oond Inuin s~ ~ t1 11:11;1s; r 'TennyISOn, b 11·lmE9 ...... Nourtn. . not out n····.." Thlree wiekets for ... .... ....- """ 167

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAMPION BOXER JOHNSON DEPRIVED OF TITLE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

CHAMPION BOXER JOlrNSON DEPUtIVflI) of 'IIhO. &h , ONI)ON' Mfmdap. Yurll'ri5o fck, . ohnnon Of th titlo of h i World's chnlllplo oxpr.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL CABLE NEWS LADY WITH A BUSTLE. PITTSBURG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

GENERAL CABLE NEWS LADY WIT'HI A BUSTLE. S I'I'PSnURwi, Sunday. A lady waring a bustne ?nd d wwy imported Paris i etto 'w? the robao of n dintrlomacte int Filth aronr. the well kno;vn tashioobtle tthoragtlfare. As o0)01 an shie npprartl. a mob gathered, and sho ?t? tnet witlh hi-r-en and catb tlls. Finally the polico htad to intrl vene. They retwure the lady from tEl ctrioshity o! le mob and platdl htr in a baok. claitng the doors against tla crowd.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAVAL AERONAUTICAL CENTRE. WASHINGTON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

NAVAL A?IRONAUTICAL, CN'RIE. WASHIINGTON, Sunday. After having m.?t o exhitulivo emtqutr it, thLo Unitenl Slatt Naval Deparlmentl tlos de.ided to mko oensoacola ti, nPlo ritdai, tlh naval aeronautical centre. It Is the lnttntlot of tht Naval IDepartment to develop thlo o?etvlo of hvdrow,-troplnetn onl tno ?xtnsivo mcalo. 'Ilo qutestion of the purchoso of dlirigiblh is lnder con oltleratiot, tlit it is explcted taltt, lie d moulttt will follow the l?Ul of Oroat Jrilan, a ld dcoido in favor of aoro plnot.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPSIZE OF BOAT. COPENHAGEN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

crPSIZE OF BOAT. COPEN?I[TAON, Sunday. Trouleo Ila orvertkllen tho ltuloan inino-oyingtotamnr Neiroks .early in Ilher cnrenr. On tin mninen voyage of the vntel fromn M'iddllibrough..to Lihaun, on tll Baltic Sa. Iho oteonamer beeoame stranded at Ronne, tho Danin snoport. The vr el wa?. not rhunnged, hut tho crnw, lthinking thatol ho might sink. took to the boats. Sin ]ngliohunen and a RBo sian nflicor enkdnvorl to reach tie chore, hut the Tnnt cnpsienl. Only two cwre ?n. I, theoe tling an. EBglih enL ginoor and a ol ?ihni ltoutennat.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOAN OF A MOTOR STRANGER AND CAR DISAPPEAR. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

LOAN OF.A MOTOR STIrANDER AND CA t DISAPPFAR. M.I3LCOYU RfNE, Monday. A moan who presontoed himself non r prearnthtive of a city firlll called at tho works of Miller snd Co.. mIotor -carriag hoildler.s, Elinabeth street, to-day and1 aidh ono of hin firm's inmloro had broken down. Ile desired tho loan of one of Miller's orns In towit,. dthe idhd rohielr home. Mnr Miller promnlptly gaei. o tihe st'anger the noc of one of tis orn, bill neither ti nt strnger nor the nar li on n<, beenfll senll. 'I'ilr Politn hltvohae anCetrllCed thnt dtduring the mornilg the mnoan cnll with the tar nlt it gtrurg itn iho city to enonril that it wao in mol order. It, enid 'ho wns going to Halltrat, notd if tay relrtirs warl IetF?(?SYIV filt, amo·(unI~t. Sheath to rcodcrcd toI Millern. Thto minisng ca wnas numhberel 12,4I-. It t n M?.rn ttlo motor, and is paintledl dltrI blto.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

SYDNEY WOOL SALES SI?DNrY, Monday. Keen oampeitiion ruled at tho wenl b;ede Ite--ay. Mediem merenoos, cro. bred, n( Inmrbe weool wore from ier to it por cent. highor. Clreeay reched 1t. Incleding private trenenettons, tho total .wnea amouetpl to 9906 baler.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIARY OF SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

DIARY OF SALES At A,1 ]arlr Dnte,-Chl w. Wlker And (h": furnitur on rlioolnt liar. Dean OT m ~ : P hil l an Rmj, at AMhe. 'liynr..Chna. Walkor andl .A, at iamnd Farm. atnck, oin.. m a 00' count Mr . 1orrat.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INFECTIOUS DISEASES WARD CONVEYANCE OF PATIENTS. RIPON COUNCIL SEEKS INFORMATION. BEAUFORT, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

INFECTIOUS DISEASES WARD CONV'EYAN~CI oF rATEfNTS. .IPON COUNCIL SEIIUS INFOR MATION. BEAIUFORT. Meonday. At the meeting of tile litipoun Shire Couneil to-day, a opy of the minuttes of the confereence held tt Ballarat relative to tile hocsingt atd treatment of persons nufferin tfrom infectiou. disases tans read. IThe Chity of Ballarat, Toon of lial Inarat at, ltkrouFna of Sebastopiol and ltunin)oag, antd Shiires of Grenvile and Iilpon agreed to the ehoime prc-enttd by the Ballrrat loesltat Coanmittee. The fpresident tCr iodedis) msttd he told the conference he ei litmtited to all ex 1a'edituro foe Riint of .PO. lie had the as-urance of the Mayor of Ballarat City that the Goeeenmient would come to their a?sisteane, and that the expendi tureowtld b.' well within the limit. He also brought up thle questioni of convey nce of psatiental from the (ount't to the Iltatpitl, nmi thr Mavior, tho was a atnil her of tile Bioard oi llealth. promiseId to tee if arreugettrnt roculd be ltade with t...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS BALLAN SHIRE'S BOOKS COMPLETION OF AUDIT. AUDITOR'S REPORT. BALLAN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

COUNTRY NEWS BALLAN SHIRE'S BOOKS COMIPL$TION OF AUDIT. AUDITOR'S tEPORT. rIALI.AN . Monday. Mr Edwin V. Nixon, auditor, submitted an exhaustive report concerning tile books and -naccounts of the Utlatn Shire Council to the meeting of the council to day. 'tho report read as folows:--"I have now comploted tho audit of the accounts of the Shire of Itallan for the year ended l0th September, 1913, and have eortified the same as correct, subiject to this report. which is to be taken is conjunction with the reports of Mr Allen MIurray. dated 11th and 30th Julyt, 1913, and the reports of the municipal insplectore dated 19th and 20th August, 1913. Subject to this q.ualificatiou, I am of opinion that the balancnhiet, s.tatement of rate,. and statement of rontracts may be accepted as correct. 'The stantement of receipts and expenditure iseorrcct as regards the total amount recired and Cxpended. The sexpenditure includes certain amounts. lwhich are now knoan to have been ist- t appropriated by...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

QUIVERING DELIGHT A quivering mass of *elly always look?s good and tempting. EXPRESS JELLY always fade, good as well-has that fruity flavour that most othebcr Jellies lack. Just Ask fort "EXPRESS" JELLY CRYSTALS AI Favoura S'- S ILI7S. ]ERE SMEL-T S 8 ýOR THE FESTIVE -SEASON.. T A A GLORIOUS ARRAY OF OHARMING GOOD - OPI TUNITY TO PU AS AT A 50 P NT. IDUCTION ISH ETHAI N A STOCING FUIIL OF o ,r"SENT0 J. ' -A-D - JA-TSEDN WILL DO THE SANTA CLAUS ACT FOR YOU. JU? ARRULIVD, NEW PULCIIASE OF MANUFtACTl'UREl SAMPII. BOUGHT AT A BI DISCOUNT Y)I SPIT CAS. NOTI" TILLY MAS U T11 PIUCLSI 'UmW"oOMbL SHIIOW.OM. I FANCY DEPlART?'INT, I FANCY "LPARlTMtI'T, I Doat Coats, in Tmoe sak. lkO/. =3/G, S5*Co. in fawn poplin. 211. 16/6 OatauiW6-Smant ooasa and Skirts, in "wite Ulnen. -/6y Pawn poplin, 22/6, lJ.2 Onwpit o U rc , In Jap. s.l, -25. 27!; O,?c? i,. foe, 321. Do. In mslin ?,embidnv . fi m . . 8f11, to 27A iW./ linei dbboin, nhhmPog Iu;.awn,. n d white. at 1and 12/6. 0010, N Crepe,, In blue, aaxt...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCILLOR'S INSTRUCTIONS RESENTED BY ENGINEER. BALLAN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

COUNCILLUR'S INSTRUCTIONS RESENTED BY £,NGINEERl BALLAN, Monday. '?hen I oacepted the position of engi ner to your shire," repolrted 'r P'iero Kelly at the meetitng of the Balan Shire Council to-day, "I understood that I was toe cnarry out the ergineering work to the boot of my ability, and if the work was unsatisfaoctory that the matter would be threslhod out at the council table; but if individual councillors are going to tend instructions to me through the workmen, biling me I am not to carry out work ehich I have instruncted thian to do, it wilt not be long before both workmen and eontraetors will conalder themsrlvem justified to treat my inotnmtions with contempt, and I would not blame them. I am quite prepared to justify any ac tion of mine to the acouncil, but am not prepared to arccept the dictum that indi vidual muncillors have the rlglht to In terfere in any way with my work be tweeaz meetings." • Cr Inglis: 'IThis matter shounld be heId over until Cr Gaocard was preent. H...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THISTLES AS FODDER GRAZIER'S DEFENCE. ECHUCA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

THISTLES AS FODDER GRAZIER'S DEFEINCE. ECUUCA, Monday. A. L. E.inoey. grazier, of llama. was at the Moama Police (Court to-day fleed .,4 with .2g,0/ osts, for failing to destroy noxious wocds. Defendant pleaded guilty, but argued tlhat thitles swere good food for hl-p, and that farmeris should not be compelled to detroy thnem.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIPON SHIRE'S JUBILEE REFERENCES AT COUNCIL MEETING. BEAUFORT, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

RIPOH SHIRE'S JUBILEE REFERE-C.Lt AT COUNCIL ILEE't O. BEAUFORT, Monday. Before p?roe?edi? with the buanoeao at the meeting of the lRipon Shire Council to-day, the President (Cr Ioddis) sail he dosired to wish councillors a hlaplpy New ,ear. It nwas 50 yeas ago that dovy einc the first meeting of the council. They must admit, on looking back. that thd iolire had made great progrese. They jnaa apreiate- the lessnons taught bye those weio had gone before, and hIe true ted the couimilloem would be long epaced to continue this good and nseful work. lie hoped the council would pregrenn more in the next 50 years than in the past.? They would not all be here thee. but while the"y -ere he hoped they wouod see Beaufort grow ton a city, and the east and weet.ridings to separ'te municiparli ties. While they. were here he sieeroely! trustedthey waould do their very bestfor I the people whom they were rcpreseotlng.. Cr Snclair expresed the hope that in the ext 50 years rciey would have a newo ha...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLAN SHIRE'S POSITION. ACTION DEFERRED. BALLAN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

BA.LLAN SIIRE'S POSITION. ACTION IEFEIRRED. B1ILLA.N. Monday. A letter from Mr T. C. Miller, presi dent of the Ballarat ilospital Committee, forwarding the minutes of the recent conference re housing and treatment of per=ons uffering troin infectious di-.cain, wn roed at the meeting of the lallan Shire Council to-day. It wa pointed out that thoe cost woud b.,e efO. and the annu1 charge to the Ballan Shiro would Cr Evans: Their contribution would bo X.2t per year,' and if any patienta went into the iHospital the ewt would .x- about 3i1 per day. If the Government proeid ed the loney, Ballao's contribution Wouldh ba j 2. Cr Walters: There would be a similar' applieation fron Kyncton. . Or Evans:.llo had drawn attention to the fact that Ballan hadl the deloul IHospital on one side, and Kyneton and Daylceford nospitals on the other side. iCr Stewart; The preopoition would r?e. quiroe matureo consideration. The - quired to know where patients WFul Pt bablv go. Their secretary, rom pth rat...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EX-MINISTER ANNOYED. STATEMENT BY MR WATT. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

..-MINIST??R ANNOYED. STATE.MENT BY MBN WATVT. MELBOUIRNE Mondar. Tha Premier. Mr Watt, tn-day had'hin nttention dra-n to some rmarks mado hv Mr .\. A. Billion. en-Minister for Edon?tior and TRanilnway, dnring whic he said ho had benn mme no reraon why he was aot included in tho now Oovern. mont. Mr Watt said he wan riorry his frirnd, Mr IBillson. hnd spoken as he did. lIi saemnel to haven reardnl the monntrnelion of the now Ministry as tho snmo thing an rvconnnloction of no Go rvernmrnt alrendy in rorwer. bt it was not thei rame thing. le (Mr Watt) wasn aorry, in forming a new Ministry. that hr Could not find rmom for fne of hin ol braenr in theo lformar Administrotion whicrh ho lid. Of ti finm not. a in, eluded in tho nri a Minitrry, Mr Billsoa was the only ona who had moonmpaiido

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAYOR IN WITNESS BOX REPROVED BY POLICE MAGISTRATE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

MAYOR IN WITNESS BOX IEPROVYnD II POLCE htAGIS FiIATE. iFELBOURtNE, Mcnday. Pour lads. each about 18 yeaers of nage, were charged at the lrt Melbourne Court to-day with-having 'plaedd at cauds for money on a public re?Crvo il Port Melbournu on Sunday, 4th January. The accuxd were' George Cuberlidgoe. 'Stan ley Williams. Joseph Kruger, anal John Page, the laust-nmal being the son of the Mlhyor. 'They said that they were guilty of playing at ardn dor drinks, but' not for money. Cr I'age ruse 'after Insp MacSInanamy had given meidenc and said he had aena all tie boys. Mr 'PTanner: The Mayor could speak only it one of tlhe boys'called him as a writess. It was not a children's cort. John Page: I cll M[r I'ago so a wit naes.. (Laughter.) Cr Page. instead of taking the oath in the usual way in the witness-box, made ao alltratiaon. Mr Tanner ?arnme Cr Page that if he wenst beyond giving evidence he would pull him up. It was us well he should .know that. Witnes said that he had seen each of ...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEAT TRAFFIC RECORD HANDLING. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914

WHEAT TRAFFIC 'ItECORD IL&"DLIYNO. - MELJOURNTE. Monday. A retrn issued by the ItRailway D partment showK that on oueeptionally heavy wheat trefic is being dealt with at the present time. Up to Saturday ltt 1,114,149 bags hId been loaded on railway stations. no against 315.735 bags loaded during the corresponding period of the pro-ions seasDn. Tile nunoobr of bags stocked at otations on Saturday was 497,603, as against b4.756 lsat car. On Friday 14t?,i17 bsgs were toaled. Wich constitutes a record handling for Victoria. The previol? record was ersthabliahod ou W20th .anuary. 1909. when 107.:J3 bags were loated. On Saturday. w'hieh is retard eo an a shabort day. 138.683 bas were acld ed into railway trucks. Moot of the grain is pouring in fromnt the northern. north-easterna. and Ooulbora Valley tines. Moat of the wheat is being ex ported via \illiamstown. and no conges tion in the traffie is anticipated.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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