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MINING INTELLIGENCE TALBOT MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE TALtIOT clnNINO. and lparty avo had 5 ton, put tihe tGovrnment lattery at Am Stheir roof at Crigioa, for' a 1,5 dwt per ton. The stone wna from tu 80it level, wheIre the reoof - 1t wide. A proioun cr?hilng thigher level aevo't retunI of I ton. -- tend d-N.E. driv from I rica . no.h rison to tit abno back 'No work in Aria sin. ltst re In S.W. branch. No. 3 roe rieen to n rail; at 32ft opening set placed 'ng bein continued for top deck. ing. N.. level abollt rompleted, c..,cipr?e in S.W. branchab replao un pipe. Hlorces be ao reet for , stone na from machine. ttouthcrn Coanolt-Lowcer level to W. to :75tt; paysoble. S. off XV. to -R yable. N. elf X. to lft; pay.it Wocnder n loot. stopped. Opened S. and driven lft, payableC. Jtaln-cn-'ocontightt-ltr?king ore ft in channcl otor widtc of 12aft cept pincts. Main level cntrance s;d?m ido. No. I rise, h teadwall eecth end. end )iamonod Drill tt faes looking wall; S. rnd 1m g; Oft face at thin point: 2000 moken. Treated fo...
STOCK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
K AND SHARE MARIKETS. BALT.AtTAT. irsot meeting of the Exchangesince ldas tanook lnaco yesterday, and tho t o buoiness transanctd, togather w the firm priesn that ruled, is a ha gr for the year. Alluvial stocks gi nanal most in favor, with Araeat ud g tho wn. Cntleart Central open dL 36l sales,safter which 38/ wn askled. i ngi 'ould have ben taken at t holders quolted 8l/. South Langi worthi aluot 11/, nod the smaller stocNk opened and finilhed firm. North tourhed 51/3, and thon recndl d, ction- (treat Langt nrought 4/8 niNorth/rn ILopo realisn 0 l/6, more .wante at the figure. nod there gnan demand for Beauflort Deep n11i Southeran olee. An offer of 9/ moden for Duke txtonded without il g eerll into tho market. One of: 'r ot pular quartz stocka wa Win eany, for which prices were id . lbcrris No. 1 were da? in'r Sbtuyers at one stago offering 6/6. . ma rsrorded in Ajax Connolih d?o? p to 3l. but the other tay/lcfoel in l/ e quiet. Ajax Central could Q tleert at 30/, and loffers o 10...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
Tramping about all hours f the night and day looking or "crook;" and "promotion" -:,sn't such a lovely job as you .anay imagine-drunks as a :rule are easily enough picked iup, but there's not much pro ,motion attached to running them in, so it's just as well not to see them if you can help it. Do you know, I've. often thought if people would drink nothing but tea-good, tea ' like Robur-their youngsters would grow up to.do likewise, and there'd be little fear ofr their ever becoming boosers -and what a difference it would make to us chaps-for, though you'll hardly believe it, still, it's true all the same-at least nine out of every ten es that go through a police ??n's hands are due to the nor devils drinking stuff at's stronger than tea. Now, by the look on your ace I believe you intend to be ne of the first to set a good nample. Here's luck to you you'll find it no hardship if 'ou se Robur tea, especi Ily if ydu use the No. I Grade; it's the best tea I and I've tried everx k2 taiai...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
9,ELBOUIUNE. Mr A. E., Millard, sharobroker, nem. bar of the dtock ?xclhnags, Melkornoe. 9( oQeen street Melbourne (telephone 13?i9. estordoay reported the following sale ,,ad cloing quotatlotlao- Ilanks of Iuon.--Colonial, b 37/3, 37jo r~es 37/9, f37/6; do prof, b .111:l Corn. marcal, orl. 0 17/6;do ala f r. .26; No. /ional, b £5/10/; New. South Wales, 1 .A0 a 41l; Victoria. b 92/6, s 951. luilding Societiao.-- oalo, h 20?), Lnangridge, b 90/; Mellbourne. b O1916, r?nking and Financial InstilullonR. A.D. and L.'., prof. b 28/9; Denny Jar, relles, b. 196;.Freehold Aroe?. I ?1/;. oildsborogc,, b 42/, 42/3. iles 121. 41/ ,/i; Mclbourno Trust SLares, b 5,3, 5,4. 'Insarnco.-Colonial Mrtanl., 1b t'6, ?; 0.A., b 5/. a 5/6; Ile-lnsurance, 'isa. -Brlghton, b 20,., a 211; lletropoll. tsa, £L9/171, s .010. "lrerarires.-lsrlton. b 10/4. s 10,6; CFo. rde, b 11/; Castlemaino, b 14/. sIles 14/1; aoster, b 2/9, a 231i; Swan, b 50/6. Trstecst aRd Ixecutors Conmposce. - 135golly . llowarl Smith, cun...
MISSING FRIENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
MISSING FRIENDS "Llord's News" of .7th nccembcr pub. lisnh the appended list of enquiries for friends uspposed to ho in Australnsia: Blake. Benjnmin, late of Bedwortlh, wns last heanrd of at AuNtralin gold diggings SYearns ago. Brother Asks. Bryden. Tom. lanto of Brora. N.B.. was Itrt heard of fnrming near Brisbane. January, 1912. Mollhor na l ke. . Borehell. James. n-as lnst honrd of eo." Ig In Australia 32 yearr o.go. Sistlr alr rlett nasks. Clari. names. 3?ichael. iEdwnrd. ndn ridogt. rleft Lcnls for Sydney 25 years e.o ieno Annio onks. .y Erlward, left Lower CrUmpsall lneolestr. for Sydney" 28 yo.ers ago. ernto. Williannm .. nas living Crownr street. rlingillurst. .Now Sooth Welis, three Year r o. Mother nsksi. nles. ,Gcorge, Dlncnn, Annl Mnlcoln, re liring Perth, n, at thre d ",ngo. Sister Caroline asks. Jones. nocr.-Clnra It. aOnld. of South Afric. seeks Iler fntllcr. IoRPr 3m, s Sof innwottoek. Glnm.. who Ieft Soioth rI nd went to Auckland, N.Z., 1907; l"t htied of two Yeors ...
MISTAKEN IDENTITY POLICE ASKED TO REPORT. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
MISTAKEN IDENTITY POLICE ASKED TO rEPORT. METU3OUvRNE. Monday. ,amCO Albert Oriffitt e, who was wrrert ed at Omeno on a chanrgeo ofi hein identtir'al with Sparks. who e.sanped from Pentrtdle on 3rd .ily. 1I01 was rdischnreges on Sat urday. the peliee ndnittine that it woe 0 rosp of mstnaken Identity. Enq diries made to-day nt the Chinf Secretary's Do norttnent liritedal the infnrmntion that the nnlieehllnd beew asked for e report in rgaid to theo natter. t ts nnderst(,n l hnt liriflfts is ito be r?tinlbrsed nall his expenses incurred orer thel cars.
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
OBITUARY Mr .J. R. Booth, one of the best-known mining engineers in Australia, died at Rangoon, Burma, on the 3rd January. A cable messagewas received containing &nbsp; news of the death, but giving no parti culars as to the circumstances under which it occurred. The deceased was one of the moit sncceeful sttudentl that lots a.Wed th?tlugh the Ballarat School of M incs, and one of whom tih School was very proud. Hlo left the intitution mcntioned to go to Tasmania, whiero ho had been appointed manager of" the Ilor culas mine at MuonLt eid. To years later he moved to Qnocnsland to take up similar duties at the Chillage mine. thence he proceelod to lIraoil. Sotitl Americao. to fulfil an ongagement extend ing over three yeiar with the 'l'ans-Pno cific Dredging Ctompany. Thereafter he spent two yecar in London doing rensnult ing" work. His next appointment was with tho Tonpkah IHarbor Tin Dredging Company. which he relinquished to take chluarge of the Itindu Chloung Tin Mining no...
TALBOT SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
TALBOT SHIRE COUNCIL Monday. 51:h January. PrTsent: Cr Mi ilier, Contt., Fawcett., SL-tthewo, Vineeorhe, turd Churchill. Corrspondrlce.--ro m Creswick Shire, itll reference to popropel joint work on Ioundary real, olluth of 't'Lennan's bridge, asking if sthe council wie agree dloe to join in ialf-co?t of the work. Thi letter wrn consincrcnl in conjanction with tho engineer's report.--1rorn the President (Cr It. . Niochol), thanking h. co.ncil for its expressions of syrm 1thv_ in his recent boreavemeLt.--ron (. . Wallis, applying for the renewal of his oauhghtorisg lionree, and from J. Spark, to usae efet. t Granted. Relprtn.--From tih engineer, reporting inopeotion of thei Cluone and Mount Cam eron road. near Mlr John Burridge'dri resti dence. ia it wan a oery Nlre opot in winter, he ntlu called tenders for the con struction of 11 hiueons 45 links. leo hlad unspepeld the portion of the Bortmdary rad between Tlhhet Iioroagh and Shire, oppoito orrtisah'a, and recoaunenderl that if the...
MEAT-CANNING BUSINESS FEARS OF STOCK OWNERS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
MEAT-CANNING BUSINESS FEA?S OF STOCK OWNERS.. SYNINE?, Monday. Several Americana connected with the meat-running bauinels wereo prrentl at theo ilomehbudh aloyard recently, and this e causeed come n pcc.ulltioa an to chetheiro the meat truse intendc erecting works in Now South Wales on'the same ale ac Swifta', in lril?tce. A sheep-breeder who visited Brisbane reently p?os that tlhe wors .hichl are being built by Swifts are coleneal. On the da tayhat he valted the place there were 1'00 workmen cn the pay-sheet, and Lhey Vere uasing 40,000 cacks of cemenlt for the rtoteorwed ccmarote of ,the baild ing. It wan exrpeted that tile ftelory would cost .lOc,00 when finlshedl. Steck owneor regard the establishmont of American oanning factorlie in Aimn - tralia. with mixed Iflings. For a wblel it will mean that pricr? will be high, buat it in feared that If a rast factory is es tabliehod, with branchesI i the princi pal StateS, the owners will obtain a do tree of power in being able th secure...
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS EXAMINATION RESULTS. Daylesford Technical School.--Arithme tic.--Pass: William C. Rachinger, 50. Trigonometry Grade 1.-Pass: Stewart P. Broomfield, 57. Geelong Gordon College.-Arithmetic. Pass. credit: Rlobert Mnecdonald, 81; Charles F. Ward, 75; Roy L. Iarfoot, 76; Ian D. M'Donald, 95: Alan W. Jlolynenx, 51. Pass: Wallter 11. George, 58;: Leslie .. Purnell, 52; Percy G. Curry. 51: Wal ter J. Zimmer. 64; Alexander J. Wilson. 56: Clive S. Tompkins. 72: Leslie J. M?M[urrich, 57; Reginald H. Lotte, 52; Cyril i. Edgar, 65; llobet Davies. 70; Henry Davies. 52; .Joseph Canty,. 660; llnals S. .Miller, 56. Trigonometry, Grade I.-Pas: William Page. 59. Ballarat School of Mines.-Arithmetic. -Pass: Roy H. Parkin, 51 pr., cent.; RHrry Dix. 50; IIasemor A. B. Jones, 50. Trigonometry. Grade I. - Pass, credit: Normen C. Timnorth, 84; Sydney X. Power 80. Bendigo School of ,Minm.-Arithmetlic. -PaoR: George E. liornaghan, 51; James R. Harris. 51. 'Trigonometry, Graedo L. Pnus: Willi...
AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
AUSTRALIA Forth from the sable night she came — Australia, Australia. Full to the light of Freedom's flame — Australia, Australia. Sign of the Cross upon her brow; Bravely her fleets the oceans plough; Peer of the nations stands she now — Australia, my Australia. &nbsp; List to the strains from sea to sea — Australia, Australia. &nbsp; 'Tis the sweet voice of Liberty — Australia, Australia. Echoing far on the balmy breeze, Whispered wide o'er the waving trees; Hearing, 'tis thee thy fond son sees — Australia, my Australia. Clear streams flow from the mountain crest — Australia, Australia. Cities fair on her bosom rest — Australia, Australia. The proud waves lave her sea-girt shore: The brown earth holds rich treasure store; Her free sons guard her evermore — Australia, my Australia. Golden grain and the snow-white fleece — Australia, Australia. These her gifts to the arts of peace — Australia, Australia. E'er from bloods may her hand be stayed — Yet, if the foeman ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
AUCTIONS FRIDAY. 9th JANUARY, 13 noon, At Noewton' Hotel. BOOTHS. BOOTHS. BOOTHS. BROIPHY. FOLY. and CO. will sell by auction. as above, The booths and other rights in connec tion with the Windortmere A.N.A. Car nival at the Bnrrumbeet Racecourse on Fonndation Day. 26th January. WEDNESDAY. ? t .IANUARY, At 2 o'clock. At the Atheneum, corner Grenville and Little Bridge streets. CLEARING AUCTION SALE. PIANO, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. &e., Removed from a .ountrv delicensed hotel for convenienco of sale. comtprising- Cottage l'iano. by Challn IHolyson: Din ingroom Suite. Conch and Easy Chairs. Dining and other Tnbles, Chest of Drawers. Bedsteadcls. Wire Matt. and Bedding. Washstands and Ware. Glass ware, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils. Chairs. Cutlecry, and the furnishings of several roote. Without Ileserve. HILL AND GROSE. CLARENDON. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT Of AN EXTENSIVTE CTr. \ ING SALE BY AUCTION Of SUPERIOR FARM STOCK, IMPLE MENTS. &e., &c. CHAS. WALKER anl CO. hav...
RIPON SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
RIPON SHIRE COUNCIL * Monday, 5tll .laiMury. IProseni.--Cr Itloltit (i'rraii&lt;nt), Stow art Sltlst Iowis, Sinclair, lannah, IN?. sasl, t fill' ongrtove. ito apology for Iti hiobse i of Cr lHalopin Wsr llmidto by Cr Correrlllmandoee. ' From r?hucliation or. 0ri (per ir M I) S. Oman. rlA), rehI .ive 0 further literview roilgrtrding tIle ?rop ,?ei i..lrcIpta?O of a reido'c" for t he . t cnltar t Waterlno. an llc Intatinr Ltlat tie (GoTerneLlot Valuer. Mtr .I. ltiRutel' lrono, will visi t Vantrloo to furnish ta i r??ir. Alo froami tr Omtan, forwarding later letterl intiomating thot tl oLinis ltr haOs alitriscld the purclolso of t builiding for lho pntrploe, tIgetLn r with ono acre of landt %.itell Air Oman Lrusted wnould meet With the coluncil's approval. 'Pho thanko of tripooannl twere acrronlled Mlr Omanr . Cr Sinclair remarkel d that tiom Ifait Cr FIyol ail fought very hard for Itils, aon tile reult nwas veoro satis fa lory to tho residcots.-- rolm rlintll. I toer-tltneral'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
SALE. MORSHEAD'S SENSATIONAL SALE OF BOYS' SUITS, All at 6s 1 d. BOYS' SUITS THAT WERE 14s 6d, 13s 6d, 12s 6d, CLEARING BEACRE STOCK-TAKING .At. t 6s Ild the Suit. SEE oUR SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY. UE OUR SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY. PARENTS, THII S OPPORTUNITY AT MORSHEAD'S RE BUSY MEWS STORE, THE BUSY mEWSN STORE, .' BRIDGE STREET. I. WANTED TO SELL A A.-VIOLINS,'. all leading makes. from 2716 each (with bow and casel; half-sein violin, good tone. 35; three. quarter size Maegini, .2. Trial given. Isaacn Abraham, d?3. ItO. and 207 Mair at. "LMUST new Piano Stool, cheap, at tesBmeores and alker's. N B A R i t neu 7 pieces Sn shlaen Suite, only ,R9. at Besemeres nal d Walker'6. . mecres and Walker, 125'Sturt st.. AItOR Stock of go Second- rand -aCocheirdu" prretm.a Beseme're and Walker. ~Fl Walnut Sideboard beautiful ,ali EW--sli??-?idrot' Su ite, ol irrores, S oynly £1 n. Iemerei and \Valker aFT Sia? oard. bevel ardors, good S. quality, only £1I. Besmeres and Walker. 17BuNY Cabinet, splend...
SHORT-LIVED STRIKE. ORGANISERS' VISIT TO STATION. ELAINE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
SHORT-LIVED STRIKE &nbsp; ORGANISERS VISIT TO STATION. ELAlNE, Monday A strike of brief duration occurred at the Narmbool Station. Elaine, on Friday last. An organiser of the Rural Work- ers Union visited the station on that day and induced both the thresher hands and men in the fields to cease work. The men demanded 8/4 per day of eight hours, and intimated to the manager (Mr L. G. Wright) their decision not to resume work until their demands were conceded. The manager refused the request, and paid off the men, who then left the sta- tion. Subsequently the manager ap- proached several of the men whose ser- vices he wished to retain. The men said thiey would, return if their mates were allowed to resume, and work began as if nothing had happened on Saturday morning on the conditions which had obtained prior to tile trouble. The or- ganiser held another meeting that even- ing but he did not meet with much success.
CASTLEMAINE. UNCLAIMED PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
CASTLgMAINL BNCL~tIMED PULSEFS. Tho prize0 drawn lant lluroeday night in tho Contletnaio charithts art unionh- the first a motear-car the ,uond a ILtol Dird cpale. and tile third a Wbito sewilg mnchin--have not yet been 'claimed. As thetre wre a lot of tickets told in Balla rat. pame?amors enmod do woll to look up their numltnr; the winninst ticket Ibeing -First. 3t,687; ereond, n 5284; and thrd, 17,517.