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WINDERMERE A.N.A. CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
WP2D1'U'[FWt A.N.A. CARNIVAL. Thu preoramme for the abata carnival, be whld at tha Ilarrrambeot nuecouam Mtonday. 26th Janery. appears inia Cher column It includt 'ris Ilndt . In *om., 10 fur.. for haors} nota on inl tan I5 rove. on the flat: .amjeeas' at Itom. 10 aone.. II milem: A.N.A. faon pl sovm. 1 mile: Hlack lfaceheers., liar-cnot won more than J.27101 o Sflat,5 fur.; Iodim' Tlracerct. 10 saor., fur., amaturr riders- Flying IlnadjaIp rove.. 5 fur.; and hiso0ancmTrat, ofa mI mile, for arm- onever won a race Ia cer time than i min. lntrfracloea .lfonda2· 12th Janlaary. at Nawoa n ete2 n iel. t o acretnri, Alerlarry li:'Cnlcdrick, Tito ]et entry events on at Stepplng the Diafnnea. Sheaf TiM g fancing, 'and Leamoaanth anad Div irot Anaciation Fooatballera' Race, Il
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE RACING. A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE ROACING. A.J.C. ANNIV1U00AIIY NIrII7.INO. SY11NI.2Y, Njondlhr:. civlglte for the (linllkugo Slkke nand uiruvenuy 11iand icp, to te run at the I.C. oulerC.4nrY nckti rg on 17th and II ,l.lllny re otilYnly, wer POIaund day a ll0001 CI IAA,0F7G1I STAK ES. of .70A Sin fnrlongn. oth jgocdm ... 10 '1 llleheo* 7 0 '.p~ · III lot I"unrcn: 7 6 , . re inmlo . 7 o -t ry .. . ' 9 7 41tetlle . . 7 'alido 0 3 Ligoru .. .. 7 lei. ... 8 12 ad ..ri 7 4 Inlop . op 8 12 Arrowflorm 7 or W ilie . . 08 0 old en Goblot 7 9 ?.,m'n Eliy. I8 8 Whful . . . 7 0 nirunm... 8 7 ln .....7 S......... , ., I1l3t tko . 70 ljt 'rinciplo 8 4 Mine Iebation 7 0 hUeite ... 0 2 I'rrrtlnek 6 70 tlr .... 7 13 lnrelhr . 0 dy Iennoul 7 11 Micene 010 uby lamp. - Vjlchll.. 6 tun 7710 ltcnuherun ,. 019 i- Wdcll 71M l . . 7 'i - del .... 7 0 lobblebkirt. n hikia . 7 9 Iforrinllbuno. 7 ;ib:rgunyah 7 8 KitIle ... 6 7 'o - .... 7 8 Annl:r 0.... 7 AKNNVEIOSAItY HANDICAP. Of .£C100. (lce mil andl a hall. lured ......
ALLEGED ASSAULT COUNTRY VISITOR'S STORY. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
ALLEGED ASSAULT : COU1ItN Y VISlITOR'S S'O?;], tM.RLtiOUI \E,, Monday, Ern~et Janice, a young man, was olcog' ret at the City Court ta-thdy with h.vlng noais t nt andI robbed 1rank .lnlonurdl, a httrvnt ]lneld. who was on .a cat to' the city. l)ctKtcly aid thalt ltownar rrack? ot Melbournei on Saturday fron Se?ui tdill itacierd of t7/lO. ?,nl intendsl to stay for the night at Rlehmond tinten;, but when Ihe arrived at the Ilouse It was clo?ed. Iu ?nan walling along Yarra Bank rond into the theo city, wien two mtnm one of whonm he rengglioel an ,Iunes, alt?ckcd him and robbed him of his mo:,ey. ?B oth men had itandkner rchiefs otor their rein, but IIooward ntages totIn ptll one lf. Subseo?uontly Iloward reportedl thn Intter to the pt lice, ancd informcil the offirials at Speo ter strert station that thle tieinks for his sacg tieul been stolen. r As 1o was retrnirng he eaie ton men wntlkin along the streert whom lie ttelght' were the mce who attackedl tnim. lie pointend them out ht Con...
LEARMONTH. WORDS OF WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
LEARMONT'H. WORDIS OF WlEICOOME. The presidentt (Cr J.. 'em o, at the ednr. Sthe meting of the t lanrt Shlim Council yesterday eutendel a hearty wel como to Mlr (ain on his return from a trip to the. ld Comuntry. lie ao ex tnded hiarty- welcomne to tcheir new secretary and olgineer (Mr Irving). Bloth gentlemen acknowledgntd the compliment. R.'IIING SIIItE SE?CItICrARY: -At the meeting of the Baltarnt Shirm Council yesterday Cr Baird expressed the ouncil's s nsr of r gret at having to cart with their old aid ceatemned ecre tary and engineer (Mr G. 't. Jonce). le rcgrettcd that it shonid hve occurrenl i the present tine. but thins was odly dus to the loe of one tof their offierm. lie (Cr latird) warmly complimentedl MLr Jones on the.very able annncr ill which hu lhad dclutlosrnl his dutie during the many yeara he had been their oltireer,and hoped his decllning years wonld be at tended with'everry hlcsing and naunfort this world can stow. MJlr Jonesi thlunked the council heartfl- for i...
INTERSTATE CRICKET SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TEAM. CLEM HILL'S INCLUSION. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
INTERSTATE CRICKET SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TfLI1. C.IIM IILL'S INCLUSION. ADIILAIDE, IModay. Sooth Australian'- team to moeet Now South Wales in tho mrtch to be istnrted on Friday o s'beeon selected. Bilt has been chosen by tho oloector wn1o picked tho team which wont to the ltctern States, and of which he wo, not a mom her. It Is generally understood that, as there am no races next woeek oa to take Hill awar in his r4nacity as stipendiary nteward. ho will ploy, and oricketers arenn wondering whoether h will be chason an aptain or whetbher tho team will stand by Aleno Hill a only played in one match thnl neoon; thnat wes for Start, when he made 95 in s good form os he hbas sbown for yarsn. Bowoeor, h libo kept bimsolt particularly fit by playing glf and lawn,,tennis, and no douhteho will pot in some hours daily at the nto'thisn week. A certain amonnt of feeling his been sbown over the inclusion of Winter at the exponse of Gordon Campholl . as -icketkeeper. Campbell returned from Amoricn a ...
The Ballarat Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
PUBLISHED DATLY. First Copy I6suCd 10th Juno. 1807. TUISDAY, JANUARY 6. 1911. That one man is s 0 oo as anothr (and better) is a popular belief among the ig. nolant and self-sufficient. A moderl ro cial school preaches the pirnicious doc. trine that mcen should all be paid alike, and that no one should ggin bettor value for the pay he roaiveo than another. The acmo of imbecility is to I? seen in the notion that all the men of a particu alling shouhld be atandordisod to nn S of prroduct, and of rtompenaa for what they produce. Nothting is more certain; in this world, than that there are as many varying degrees of compe tency in human beings as there are dif. ferances in height, breadth, muscular de velopment, size' of feet. Ae., Sc. Yet so bat.visioned are some persons that, while they will spend Saturday afternoons urg ing their football heroes to outdo all others, they will try all the week to make every man in his particular trade do just .Is little as another. A football match in...
BALLARAT POST OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
BALLARAT POST OFFICE NUiLi...m. Mails for Europe per R.M.S. Orontes, cill close at tho Post Office as under: Money order, 5 p.m., WVedne?d.. 7th January: parcels pont, 6 p.m, Wedneo day. 7th Janouary; registered letters, 6 p.m., Thursday, 8th January; letters and paers 6.4 p.m., hursday, th January. Portse . and Sorrento. Mondays. use. lays, Wenesdnays. Thursdays. 6.30 p.L.; Saturdays. 6.70 a.m., 6.30 p.m. SN? South Walea daily. 10.15 am., 6.30 p.m.; Rivorina, daily, 10.15 am.; Corsoo , daily. 10.15 a.m. Queensland, daily. 10.15 am. South Australia. Bordertown. and Mount Gambier Districts, 10.15 nam.. 6.46 p.m daily. VWestern Australia, Sth January, 6.45 P&obart and Launeaton, and all ports, 7th January. 6 anm. Stanley, Burni, Devonport, Strahan. Zeohan, and Quoenstown, 0th January, 6 n.m. - rnia n Stanley, Wynward. Brnio, 14th Jann AILT6 am.. feing Ilnnd,.6th Janary. 6 a.m Now Zealand, via Hobart, ilth Jann t"iolitee.6 n, 9th January, 10.15 a-m. I Auckland. 6th January. 10....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
DEATHS BARTY.-On the 5th January, at.their rinidenee. Brown Hill. Ballarat East. SEdward Eugene, youngest non of Coast Edward M. and Amelia M. Barry; aged 4ears. Iteqaiesct in pace. S'neral tis day, 11 ame. BOO)T.-On 3rd Jannary, nat Rnangoon, India (suddenly). John R.. dearly belov. ed husband of Annie M.. and father of Vincent and Muriel Booth. of Loatta, Lydioard street north. "'Thy will be done." IN MIEMORIAM BUTI.,OCK.--In end and loving memory of my dear mother rnd our grandma, who departed this life on 4th January, 1909. C.aone. but not forgotten. -Innerted.by her loaing daughter. son 'in.law, and grandchildren, II. and M. J. Calaby Lambert street, Ammrarat. M'KAY.-TIn loving memory of our dear mother, died 6th January, 1913. At rent. --In.erted by her loving eons and daughtern.in:law. TICo(NEI.--In lerving memory of Henry IThoma Ticknoer. musician, whoi diedl fth .annarv. 18)3. Brother of "laona ,Mnril" (3[ra Bone).
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
!ND1TX TO ADVLTrrT!TRSE1NTS. Amusements pagS B ined and IFound 8 Auctrnr 8. Medieagle .. B hi1rtUng:. t le. riges. Detlhs 2M ining Notie.8 Ind 8n ~s- hln~. t Board and Pest 8 i'ubli Notices . 4 Coah ' tmrinltnbl 8 Snauido Rnosonte. 8 Coavei'anc' ..1 51uShppwng I I Educational . . . B Situations Vacant 8 For Mire 1 . ISitotioni WV'td 8 ForSal . '1'oodoro . ... 4' tannerSb . . . . rido dNotices, 1 Ilouaen and Land 2. 1, 4. U. 1. 8 for Solo... 4 ` o annteed to Sny . 8 Ins c oned to Sell . 4 LLeWnted Known Lino . .P.ia
FROM OUR EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
FROM OiUREXCHANCES The painter who is oontent with tie praise of the world in reespect to what does not' satisfy, himself. is not an a? tist, but an artisan. --Allston. The Lyttolton (N.Z.) strikers' food de pot hasf hon closed. O f the 152 rejected claims for the ma temity bonus no fewer than 452 caune fromn New South Walea. The iendigo and district firo brigndrs hare conmenerd trainlng for the FirM lrigadem' DemonUtration, to ha held in larch. The Prima Minister (Mr Cook), who lns beeo absent in Sydney sinee just Ih fore Christmas, returns to Melbourne to day. 'TheIo Wellington 'Watorsidom' Union is now lon9 strong, iuclnding 100i' of th? oid hands. No applincations for mcen bership are being refusedl. There has been no small-pox in Sydney for five clear days. -Thler lire only it persons in hospital, ai'd 18 contacts. Pour ptiolnts were releasedl on Sunday. The deatlh too places on Sundy, through heart failure, of Itr 0. L. lint olinlson, an on-police magistraate, who retiredl on ...
THE LATE MR JOHN SAYERS. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 6 January 1914
TI?E LA-?'f'-'-ltJOIN SAYBIlS. 'To the Editor of "Tileo Courier." Sir .-A I was one ?f thoeo prm seut at the funeral of the'latofo Mr John Sayers, I vo?o antonishedi. to find that thl o memhers of the 'Town Cuonncil were conspiuous by abnence. 'If thore is any virtue In bhuig preoent at a fure-i rel, surely thies ia i?n e in which it might he justified. It would be dlfi cult to noon sclh another m on he. It was not only length of residenrce in the town tliut entitled lll to recoglnituion. It sle well known the luto Mr Sbayers was oneo of tho bhot mining lnrrersosn trle town eover had. lo ite onn of thu unany plucky attemplts of the doorucod to imrln ve the conditions of the towrrn by openuing up avoenne of employmeno t to those who havo to earll n living by mill leg. I nuy point to the Enchnonfu hloin lng Cmrpnpyn . 1'hllis r?or ra rlninf pre lwsition iln t neglititl line if rerr. Ito ?tlucct, would ihavo Intion of Inmee tn |olitaliea to thin town. Mhot of tile shnlroioildoir drolpp...
COUNTRY NEWS MALDON POLICE COURT LICENSING PROSECUTIONS. MALDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
COUNTRY #NEWS MALDON POLICE COURT LICESLXG PRoSEC?riONS. 63ALDO6N. Turodoy. At the Police Court esterda., bexore Mvers Barlow, P.51.. alnd J. Bowen. J.P., a ntnmber of licening-eanes were dealt with, and in ceah ijltaneo a light fine waus impoeed. Jas Drry was charges! with being found on the lije1,eed ptsmiwse of the iailwsy hotel at 12.5 n.m. on flrd November last. Il?p Jones prosecutnled. and defendant pleaded that he rwas on thie premiere. but not unlawfully, which wCa taken as a pi?ea of not guilty. ' The evidonuen of the police wan to the eff?rt that at the hour mentioned they vrisited the hotel and nanw delondant in the yard. lie aei le tie doing btonas.e I)efondant apipeared to h g hlf drunk. Const Taylor gave rorroboratve eviet dence. The defendant stated that a late order for sausages had come in the night, and he had just delivered them. and not trtl ing tun well retired to an out-hous. lie wa-s certainly not drunk, nor wso ho in the habit of frequentling hotelda alter hn...
ALLENDALE. SUCCESSFUL SCHOLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
ALLEN DALE. St CCESSFUL SCHOLARS. Mies ?oan na Itoh and Miaes Be Trott. shbolars at the State school. were reeont 1ysueoeosfl in obtaining ch a showlar ship offered by the Central Busione Col lege. Melbourem . Miss Knott's wrork en titled her bt a ifull term, and Mira Trott nseurel a hIa-ese rehbip. Thi result has given muoh s.tisfnotion to Ieee paent., hrbo are pleamsd at the mholars' suocreen. ard aIFO the heed-teacher. Mr E. 3. Grieve, who has met with roetider ohMe euore in preparing ..lars for va rious cxaminations out of ordinary eoeel hours. BUSIN SS OHA-GES HAINLDS - Mr Jas. ]lachinger. for many ye?ars an employee of the late a4r John Hethering ton, butcher, of Broomfield, has purohae ed the besinesa of his lnte employer, and intends carrying it on.
"A TERROR TO WOMEN" SWAGMAN SENT TO GAOL. BEAUFORT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
A TEPRROR TO WOMEN" SWAGSLtN SU'ET TO GAOL BE.L'FORT. Tauesday. Mdesrs Sinclair and iughet. J.1', poe sided ove-r the lBeufort t Pol Court to day, whmn a. agtooao namerd Robert Scott wa charged by Sen-mount loian with having,. on 31Uat Deoember, at 'l'roa sallo. stolen a ltir of blankets., pair of boot, and a quaotity of wotring ap parel. the property of Walter Plackatn. and vIord at -t1110/. Defendant. who pl? doed guilty. ,leted to be srmma.riy dealt wth. \V :Se and Janet Par.ham and Sou-cmo.t iohn gavoe evidence. Their statemont.t showed tat aeosod ro nsoo-ro ths euri?-tw from a stable. On dieorworing his Ins, tho owner suspected Scott..sed vent in purmsit of him. Pack hoan foond ectneod wearing the boots, and recovreed them and the other miti ing nrticlet. WVhen arresed by Sem mueo lMoha,. Scott had no mouse to offr. Acua dl told the Botch he took the a.rtices. and was soorry. Three prior convictions were read out by the police; he aecoom admitted two of theo. The Chairman (tir ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
o Ever notice the smell of drugs In a chemist's shop - pretty strong, isn't itr-ir's not a nice atmosphere to work in, and we chemists have to stand it for such long hours that you can't wonder we're worn out long before close up time. There's an old saying that "f-ew doctors believe in their own physic"-wvell, a chemist is much the same as a doctor in that respect, for with my shelves full of stuffs to cure everything under the sun, including "that tired feeling," I turn to a cup of good hot tea myself-because 1 find it brisks me up, and there's no narmful reaction afterwards. ._. ? A freshly made cupof Ro bu r tea at 1] a.m., and another at '3 p.m., with those 1 take at my meals, keeps me pretty alert during the day--I know no tea that 1 like, so well as No. I Grade Ro bu r - I t's absolutely pure, and very cheap The Chamrsu. ·[ ~i~y~ic', ,'..a\Ohb coo~ss TA SE 'S FPREJSEB3STS COPON S. RTHE FESTIVE SEASON. :FOR THE FESTIVE SEASA GLORIOUS ARRAY OF OHARMING GOOD ";I 'C " ' THE OPPOR...
FIRE AMONG COCOANUT FIBRE MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
FIRE AMOHC COCOANUT FiBi Ml'TtlOUrNE,. Trim Ths mornin a btn?ck of atoout II of c?conout fibr. rlaoid at .ttt, i found to l? on fire at Lhe pnomier Mesrs.n . A. Mm.on rol tb., at IN nor of linabeth arld Sho-rry -;L'-oolt honrnen Tl, brigod000 ca led. anl fi wasn eting?inilled very qukkli?. is ntimntnl that ,e-out tn--tlird d fibro wan dntroeyrd. It is nup?ieta tre outbreak might Iaoe bo?n -?on a boy who wa?a oon climbing ne fenme S(at prior to it bring not'smi as atnld that boys fihrontly e the yat to ol hoit brohml titber, they removed hto their homeni. I ronthenngoom oidlrable dlhimage WA' by a fire in tho l.pno aLtro-moamt firs Monro's promises. Newtngton A.N.A. mte to-night, cFire Btrigude. Dill tarehy Lrdiet' I..O.IL ir? night, Fedeioral itll. iibernian incity merlet. St. PA faill. to-marrow rening. Calnodonrs for 191-Ir io to hand Ulh Sun Fire tfimce, (pmr \V. J rind Co., Ilnlamrat ognr) anod ti toria Arsuraneo Co. (per A.. TI and Co.. ngoaat?. Tyler's ulib ioin? Ye.a, it on F...
VICTORIAN ELEVEN CAPTAIN[?] ACCEPTED BY ARMSTRONG. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
VICTORIAN ELEVEN CAPTAIHCI "ACCEIPTED BY AI.M?STRONG. tt~l.I1t3UUNE, Tuent A criek t match aagin.t a New 9t.a oeven in to beo omi?ence on t.lhe bhorna Crioket (meu:d on Pridev. night, at a mreting of the nre?lea mathe oof the Victhian Cr tet tionI the quetiutln otn no eneoune the \Thereorans nwa consideerl aen s: deeided to sent the ftlloeai grte WV. W. Armstrng., hoe reigneed te tion during the nmteh natiaut Ne. W~VDes:--" '"k?r Sir,-I am instruoted ti* you that the V.C.A. rete-tion ,rose'm etlnetintg yt eaplain of ti ? nmrn" team in tho forthmeing agalinet New Zeeland which em on Friday Inent on the M.CC. G. and I havo to asnk thalt yn will it enough to osta by 5 o'clock on.'ue CUe inst.. whetlher you are willng wept nnoh position. I will be p _ receve your r?ply at thin smte e ! hour "named.--Sieweet) Jonhn l.i, restae V.C.A." Th• a altornon the following . caman to hand --"Der Sir.--I am orint of your eommunicatiton o t5 inst., and will br pl,?eaie to ersi Viotoarian tfm enegrin...