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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ABORIGINE MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
ýýgTIIUH 'OF;£NGlQAND.:::. , ABORIGINE.-MISION8. . Ir Ma.tthews Superintendent of Mitchell Rtiver. Mission, in North se jstra ia~ preached at Holy Trinity church last Sunday morning and even. ag, heis remarks being listened to with nterest At the eleven oelock seor inte 11r Matthews said: It is nearly nine years ago that .I rt heard of the Mitchell-River mission ,1no~ , after nine years, I come back tou to tell you something.of what hbeen going on in the far North. ai'se iho of Carpentaria is the mnov i tpirit op there, and without him adroer ihow we can.get on. We are threa hundred miles from Thursday Is threl which must be reached by sea, tl1 one hundred and eighty miles from the nearest post, office, which we can each by land, except at this time of the year, when all the ri'ers are in good 'The Turkish war had commnen et ndd was nearly over before we bad heard of it. The people. amoung ohu woe work are.the wild aborigines, ane of whaom have never seen a chite an. We have reason ...
EMPIRE FIRST. POLICY FOR BRITISH BUSINESS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
'EMPIRE FIRST. POLICY FOR BRITISII BUSINESS MEN. A contributor to the London "Stand ard'' writes:-The widest possible pub licity within mnese islands and through out the Empire-should le given to the scheme' of the Royal Colonial Institute, for establishing at their house in North umberland avenue an Empire Bureau of Information. This practical more on tne part of the institute leserves to be. very carefully gone into by the various chambers of conmmerce and by manufacturers, construction tirms, and exporters, and if ther wish to ia prove their footing in the best markets the world now has to offer ther must take full advantage of the facilities af forded. The Royal Colonial Institute Library has long possesessed a fulnd of information which the enterprising merchants of this country mighlt have turned to profitable account, but with tne present scheme in full operation the chances or retaining the Emlire's business within the family are immea surably increased. All that is requir e...
WILLAURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
WILLAURA. An infant daughter of Mr :an M1rs G. C.: Murray, of Lake Bolan, hat a narrow,escape from poisoning n', Tues. day evening last.. The. little one was apparently playing with a small uottle containing tabloids, one of the ingredi. ents of which happened to be strvrh. nine, when elhe broke a small holu in the corner.of the bottle, and extrafting a tabloid, swallowed it. The child shortly afterwards became seriously ill, and Dr. Osler, of Willaura, was soun. moned, and applied remedies. Al. though the . little one's condition caused her parents and relatives con. siderable anxiety during tle uighit, she is now on the high road to recovery. Mr .Hugh Daly, of Willaura, awho recently accepted a position as or. ganiser for:the People's Party inl the Grampians electorate, would appear to be creating a. favorable impression throughout the electorate. lie deliver. ed an address in the Shire Hall, Avoca, on Thursday evening last, and the Avoca "Free Press," in its introduc. tory remark...
ARARAT TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
ARAfAT TURF OLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual race meeting of the A-. rat Turf Club, which is to be heldiar Wednesday, 4th February, promnises on be the most successful function of its kind held by the club for a consider. able number of years past. Thie rtin for the reception of nouiati0ni , closed with the secretary, Mr Ted 'P Gibbony, on Saturday, and what ;, regarded as a record entry has been re. ceived, including horses from alel. hourne, Ballarat, Horsham and other distant places, consequently the mrret. ing should be a most successful one, Arrangements have been mnade with the Railway Department to attach a car to the 7.10 a.m. train front Ballarat on the mlorning of the races, and a car to the 10.40 a.m. from Stawell, by which passengers and horses may tra. vel. As the first race does not start till two o'clock passengers front Balla. rat by the 11 n.m. train will be in time for the first race. The following are the nominati ns : HANDICAP TRIAL STAKI(I.:. furlongs.-Abdul Kha...
AUCTIONEERS LIMITS. BOUNDARIES DEFINED BY LAW [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
AVUCTIONEERS LIMITS. BOUNDARIES DEFINED BY" LAW The proceedings against Herbert Lloyd, at the Ballarat Town Court or Wednesday, in which Plainclothes-Con stable Montague secured a conviction against him for conducting a sale in Ballarat without having his li cense endorsed by the local court, and a fine of £2 imposed, is of interest to auctioneers generally. h For some little time past Lloyd has conducted sales in the old mar ket place, off Bridge street. He was prosecuted at Ararat recently, ..and ined £5 for an offence similar te that with which he was chargedi, at the Town Court. The bench's de cision in both cases lays it down that auctioneers are required when selling outside the police district in which their licenses were issued to get an endorsement from the court in the particular district in which they pro pose to operate before they are legally entitled to carry on a sale. Lloyd's license was issued in Mel bourne, but his failure to get his certificate endorsed involved h...
BEAUFORT STRIKE. END OF THE STRUGGLE. MEN ACCEPT TERMS. ASSURED OF WORK. BEAUFORT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
SBEAVOBRTSTRIKE. END OF THE STRUGGLE. MEN ACCEPT TERMS. ASSURED OF WORK.: BEAUFORT, Saturday. 'Great satisfaction was expresed in the townships of Beaufort and Water loo this afternoon when it' became known that the protracted and bitter struggle of nearly 19 weeks' dura'ion between the 'members of the local branch F.M.E.A. and the mine owners of the Beatifort group had been settled. The men refused to work as a protest against the employment of non-union ists at the Beaufort Deep Leads, and at one stage of the struggle had per suaded all but one man to join .the union. There are now some 30 non unionists on the field distriouted among the various mines. Prior.to the strike all the ,mines. on the field were union mines with the exception of the. Beau. fort Deep Leads.- If tee directors ad here to the open mine policy and in struct their managers to show no dis crimination between unionists and non unionists, the .strikers return to work losers by the struggle. A mass meeting of the ...
SENSATIONAL BOLT. NARROW ESCAPE OF CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
SENSATIONAL BOLT. NARROW ESCAPE OF CHILD. An accident of a sensational charac ter occurred on Saturday afternoon last when a horse and buggy bolted from Mr F. Moran's residence in Collings street. The only occupant of the buggy was a little girl, Mary, the seven years old daughter of Mr and Mrs Moran, and whilst her eldest bro ther was fixing the winkers the horse became startled and bounded off. The lad held manfully to the reins, but the winkers came off, and he was dragged some distance before the animal gal loped off. It dashed up the narrow right-of-way next to Cust and Scholes', just grazing a cart in the cross lane, and turning into Barkly street, the horse fell, but before it could be controlled it regained its feet and' again mane off. It raced down Barkly street, just ,missing a verandah post and passing so close to a reverend gentleman that a book he was carrying was dashed out of his hand. Turning on to the old Black Lead Mr J. Delaney managed to catch hold of the shaft ...
RESIGNATION OF GOVERNOR GENERAL. SENSATIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT AT A.N.A. BANQUET. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
.E ..IGN OATIOIN A- - 'Cb -.ýUNO... SENSATIONAL ANNOUNCE MENT ATýA.N.A. BANQUET. MELBOURNE, Monday. A sensatIon was caused at tile A.N.A. banque, to-day, when the Go vernor-General, Lord Dcn?nan, an nounced that he had resigned his pesi tion. It was when Ihis Excellel V was respondinig to the toast of his health that he made the anouncemeCnt. His Excellency stated that ill-henith was the cause of him having taken that step. During the course of the several speeches which followed. gene ral regret was expressed tat tile deci sion arrived at by Lord Denmluan. The speech made by Lord Denman was as follows:--"I desire to mention a personal matter which lnray not be without interest to some of those pre sent; a matter, I may add, of very sin cere regret to myself, that is, that I have resigned the appointlment I have the honor to hold, andt shall be leaving Australia during the course of this year. I do not wish to weary you with reasons which have prompted ine to take this step beyond s...
TWO DOES GIVE RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
TWO DOSES GIVE RELIEF. "I am subject to bowel troubles which cause pain and inconvenience," writes Mr Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn Ed., Auburn, Vic., "but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Re medy give immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such a safe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and always keep a bottle handy." Sold by Cust snd Scholes, Gen. Merchants; and T, A, Wild and A, Gamson, Barkly street, d&raxt,
LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
LYCEUM PICTURES. There was the usual large audience at the Lyceum Theatre last Saturday evening, when an excellent programme of pictures was screened. For to .morrow night's entertainment , the management has secured a film of the fire sat Colosseum, Prahan, when £75,000 dramage was done. The pie. ture shows everything practically from the start. There is also a huge star -' -"ThStill Voice,'' a powerful and pathetic drama by the Vitagraph Co: besides a host of other pictures.
THE GREAT EARLY CLOSING OF LIQUOR BARS PETITION. 45,000 SIGNATURES FOR VICTORIA. (Contributed by the W.C.T.U.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
THE GREAT EARLY CLOSING OF "LQUOR BARS PETITION. 45,000 SIGNATURES FOR VICTORIA. (Contributed by 'the W.C.T.U.) If members had neen at headquarters one day during the month they would have found'Mrs Hill and a few others very busy preparing the great roll of names for presentation to Parliament. When ready for presentation the peti tion contained forty-five thousand sig natures. On- a day appointed this great peti tion was taken in a taxi to Parliament House by Mrs Rees, Mrs Kirk, and Mrs Hill for presentation to Parlia ment. The -State President and seve ral members attended for the purpose of seeing it presented, but after con sultation with our. Parliamentarv friends, we were asked to let it: standl over for the present, and the petition is.now safely locked up in a safe at Parliament house ,unul the proper time arrives for its presentation. Mrs Downing, State President of the Victorian W.C.T.U., speaking at the State convention held in Hamilton this year, on the subject if the e...
The Ararat Advertiser TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
'p'UESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914. Constable Horn, of Ararat, will pro ,eed to Glenorchy to-day to relieve (ronstable Smedley, who is on (sick leave. - The State Schools throughout the -:tate will re-open this morning. As So-morrow has been proclaimed a pub lic holiday throughout the borough, the Shildreu will have another day's re laxation from school studies. The Stawell Athletic Club has writ ten to the Ararat Citizens Band, ask ing their price to play at the annual tarnival at Stawell at Easter. The club is also making arrangements for the running of a special train from Navarre on Easter Monday. Cr T. Impey has lodged a notice -of motion, for the next ordinary mueeting of the Ararat Borough Council, for the rescinding of the resolution carried at tile meeting of the council last :Wed nesday, which provides that the new engineer and Town Clerk shall hold a certificate under.the Water: Act. * Accounts await payment at the. Ara rat Sub-treasury'for the following: .J. M'Namara, R. Anders...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
* U .. ..t lo IStar s TODAY hv ..e ver .shw in00 *n ? .... 1 .-,,1 ~:f-YY , .." .:". 3 ysi we feeýon lnua fur. cThiree `Weeks. to... fAv' Uniqie Olpordnityoaif t securinK Brgain y early, in the Season. - 1tnOS®th ®artme®ns _®ull ®s wiu h$eL NI"e SPRING and SUIMMER Welcome to oTur ew Season's Display. r'Ihe New._Season: Styles are. here. They Seom se sthe '' lTmest I and; most Extensive; T have ever showln in Millinery, Costumes, Blouses;,.&c., - lo]- --- - That me Displayoiill fparove of egreat interest to. IT yiu we fdoel'fulloy enofident; "~nd trust tobi beo e o: favored withthe hornor nof yyour : oearly . visit of Sinspection. n -oy1n Other Departmnts ficd Assorted witth . the hLattto.-u This is th e Place that is always First with the Latest T CentrelT arkly Street, Ararat, Tlhat o nll3nme r Nwoliday. ,S ao's . iA Day in the Open. Eev TYou may be looking fnward with enjoyment'to either. 1 .TH a KODAK you not onlfly enjoy the preent, you:bring back t youe Srecollfections ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
BUSI ISS OIRECTOe Y. DAVEltTISERGENERAN PRIhIING j- OFFICE, igar-street, BAraat. Mr THEO. G. GRA ,NO, Barrlster-atLaw, Bas Removed his Office to directly OPPOSITE THFi BANK OE N(W SOUTH. WALES A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Western Australia for takinig ,sdavits in Victoria. MR H. E. WEB'B, Solicitor, &C., Opposite the Court House, Comomissi0ne1 of Victoria. rsez MAoney to Lend. STEUA'RT W. li wsi, L..M BA?EIBTER AND BWOIIOITOJ COMMERCIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS BIRKLY STREET AEABAT, Moneys to lend of Freehold and Lease hold Becurities. [A CARD.] MR ADRIAN AKdddSI, L. L B, BARRISaYE AND SOLIOITOR, Barkly Street, Ararat;' , UNTIL lately conducting the .pac tice of Mr F. H. boles, is con tinuing to resido and Practice at Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately' occupied by Mr H. Dodd. Vists Willauri let and 3rd Prida: .ABRCHITEOT, BANFIELD) SIREE, AIBtART. LANS and Speedicationis prepared for all olassee of buildings. Ordera will re, ?le? pnompt attention. M. RYANI.. AR ...
BALLARAT MARKETS. 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
BALLARAT MARKBETS. 26th January. Grain, ete.-There is little change in the market, and q~uotations are much the same as last week. Wheat is in fair demand at 3/6. Oats are in fair demand at 1/7 and 1/8 for good heavy feed. Barley-There is a fair enquiry for prile malting at 3/4 ; me dium to good, 3/ to 3/3; Cape, 2/. Pears are quoted at .4/3. Flour, £8 10/; bran, £4/10; and pollard, £4/15. Potatoes-A fair demand af £4 to £4 5/.. Hay market is steady for ehaf fing at £1/15 to £1/17/6 ; manger, £2 to £2/2/6 ; straw, 32/6.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. WILLAURA STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
COMMERCIAL INTELLIIGENCE. \VILLAURA STOEt KSALES. 11. Dodd and Son report holding their usual monthly stock sale.at Wil laura on Saturday last, wheli there was a large yarding of sheep. The at tendalice of buyers was good, and most of the sheep 'were disposed 'of at satis factory' prices. Merino ?wethers brought 12/3; fat sheep to 16/; fat lambs, 13/6; dry owes, '/11; crossbred lambs, 9/; 5-year-old comeback ewes, 9/8; 5-year-old merino ewes, 5/7 to 6/: yearling steers, £2/6/8; calves £1; draught mare, £32/10. Next sale at Willaura Saturday, 28th February.
ARARAT MINERS' ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL MEETING OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
ARARAT MMINERS': ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL MEETL'ý OF. 3 IEMBERS. A special meetinig of the Ararat branch of the F.M.E.A.. was held on Sunday arternoon .qtt.bge (eqha?ies' Institute. There wa?'i large -a'ttend nece, AMr M. Richardson (President) occupying the chair. " ' . SPORTS.CARNIVAL. :'* S-ir H. Prowse (onq of the jointtsecrc taries of the recent ain· al),'stibmit-. ted a full report and financial state ment concerning the working of the sports, which showed that there was a profit of £35/10 after all expenses had been met. After full consideration had been given to the matter, it was decided that z30 of the profits be placed to a Wat son Sustentation Fund, and the balance to the sports fund, such money also to be only used for the purpoose of aug nenting the worn-out miners' funsl. The general secretary of the branch (Mfr J. Northey) referred to the .great amount of work which had been done by the sports secretaries-Messrs frotvse and Rush-and his remarks were supplemented by the P...