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IT NEVER FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we have been teing Cham berlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr Herbert H. . Woodhead, Wentworth, N.S.W. "We have six children and never use anything else for the treat mont of coughs, colds and bronchial complainte. I confidently recommend Chamberlain!s Cough Remedy to every one, more especially to parents, who like my'self have young children's health to safeguard. It never fails to give relief in all cases," Sold by Cust and echoles, Gen. Merchants; T. A. Wild and A. Gamson, chemists, Barkly street, Ararat. An American has patented an inven tion which disinfects books by opening the leaves with a. current of air, and utilising the same current of air to do liver a, dsinactin = Bllbstauce to the
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
MuINGU INTELLr 2NCoE. 'ZPevelopment work at the "New-Lar gi Logan mine has now-reached imost-in teresting stage. Last night the rise was up 50 feet, the last ten feet be ing in a nice green reef, and it is quite possible the wash will be cut into late to-night or possibly early to-morrow. The pressure in the bores has been reduced to 20 lls, and there is a noticeable decrease in the volume of water, thosih: the pumps are throwing a -big stream. The manager of the mine, Mr W. H. Toole, does not anticipate any diff ýulty of a superhuman character in reaching the wash. Work of this na ture, where the-conditions are such as prevail in the Langi, is always difficult and attended with risk, but all safe guards have been taken, and the work is being pushed on with as rapidly as is possible with due regard to neces sary precaution. It may be surmised that before Wednesday night a clue will oe obtained to the long locked up secret of the main lead of the 'Ararat system. A slight accident has...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
TH.E BIG STORE " JN!RY 31, 1914, Do not, miss'this opportunity to procure Summer Drapery. at Reduiiced Prices. .. . , - -? , . .-- o )' LLA.RPIS & CO., THE BIG: STORE. HEAR WHAT DUNN & ALLEN HAVE TO SAY I You wish to save Money, begin the year by giving your Business to the Cash Store. You will be surprised at our Low Prices. It is a positive faet and we can prove it if you give us the opportunity; Now-is the best timo to do the Saving. Look at our Prices for the month. Cordials of all sorts, 1/. ,Clear Glass Salad Bowls, Gd to O.T. Punch, 1/3. 1/9. Tomato Saucq, 3d ,I Glass Plates, Gd. Daisy S.B. Flour; 5bs 1/. U Sugar Basins, 6d to 10d. Fresh Herrings, 5d. Butter Basins, 10d. Sardines, Sjd. N Jam. Dishes, 7.d. Herrings in Sauce, 6nd. lass Jugs, iS, 1/,1/. Sago, 61be. per 1/. Tea Sets, 9/ to 11/6. Yankee Magic Soap, d. A.B.C. Plates, 4d, Goodwin Toilet Soap, 1/ box. Children's Cup and Saucer, 6d. Cheap Toilet Soap, 11d per doz. AfD Children's Fancy Mugs, 41jd. Jelly...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
hOWLING. The Ararat Bowling Club will send teams to Ballarat by the excursion train to-morrosý, when two matches will be played. About 1000 servants are attached to the King's Royal household. Sir Mark Sykes, the energetic young English baronet, is a man of varied ex perience for his thirty-four years. He fought in the Boer War. has-travelled in the Turkish provinces of Asia, and has served in diplomacy. Sir Mark com mands a Territorial Battalion, and re presents Central Hull. He is the son is-law of Sir John Goret.
The Evil that Men Do Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER X. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
[be Evl that Men D BY M. P. 8HIEL, tuthor of "The Bajah's Sapphire,' 'Prince Zalerki," etc. Published by special err e with Ward, Lock and Co. All Bights Reserved.1 OHAPTEUI (Contineaod). The conduct, too, of the mastif Bull, had-made an altogether exagger eted impression upon Hartwell's serves; at one time he had Bull on the brain, he dreamt of Bull. How nuch secret kindness had he lavished mn the hound; but it persisted in re garding him as a ghost. But for the :harming talkativeness of the French :ount, Hartwell would have found a luiet evening at home unbearable but the Frenchman's tongue flowed wIith a constant stream of anecdotes, spigrams, adventures, and drolleries, snd Hartwell would have found it hard now to part with him. But if the nights went badly, the days went well. The industry of Hart. well's thorough mind had been brought to bear upon, .and had mas. tered, Drayton's large business, and he was already almost in a position to be able to withdraw from the City life w...
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. Catheart Company-No. 3'- shaft, south end, No;:=7 " rise-South-nest drive in crabhole,, driven 6-f-e't, wash of good quality, rose above back. North ivest to 32 feet, 'vash'rose above back, stopped, first. 20 feet of good value, balance- payable. Now cross-driving to soutli-Fest'off same in wash of good quality-. North end, No. 3 rise -Southbeast-prospecting drive holed to eastern workings on No. 3 rise in wasli of poor value. No. 5 rise-North west prospecting.drive to 40 feet, small wash rising, of poor ivalue. Panelling and. truckroading on Nos. 5 -and '6 rises. Yield for fortnight, 354 ozs. 5 dwts. Catheart Central: Company.-No. '-l rise-Two parties panelling wash of fair value. No. 3j rise-One party panelling and- truckroading in payable ,wash. No. 3 rise-One party panel ling, one crosscutting wash, good value. No. 2 rise-Two parties panelling, one crosscutting 'wcash good value. Rise on eastern side of lead to rake the place of No. 2 completed. No. 1 r...
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. Great Western v. Stawell Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGBNOE. CRICKET.: Great Western v. Stawell Railways. -A friendly: gamnie was played at Great Western. on Saturday with the Stawell Railway teamn, and resulted in a very easy Ivin for'the:locals, Great 'Western 99, whilst the .Stawell team was only able to respbnd with 29 owing to the splendid bowling of Horne and Dalkiii, who were ably' assisted by good fieldsmen. - Results : S.: : Great Western. . Horne, c Stanton,.b .Scrivener... 4 P. Harris, e and b Scrivener ,... 0 A. Bass, e Constable, - Serivener 26 W. Kilpatrick,-c Stanton;' b Scriv- - ener .. .. . 2 N. Toohey,-b Scrivener-'. '.' ..: 21 T. Matthews, run out ..--: .. 2 J. Dalkin, c Constable, b Scrivener 8 A. Glisson, e Stanton, b' Wrack '. 12 C. M'Kav. run out;' .... . . L. Laing ec Serivener, b Constable 18 R. Day, not out .. -.......; .. 0 Total:.:::: .. '. ... 99 Bowling--Srivener, 61. for-' 34; Constable, 1 for20.' '.t Stawell. F. Wrackl, c Laiig, ib Hornie. .. :' Stanton, e Day,:b Horne':; . 0 Constable, e...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
THE TURF. _ At the Williamstown meeting yester. day, the Foundation Day Cup was.won by Gladwyn, with Monodia second and Wingarara ,nird. The Anniversary Handicap fell to Black Pan, Efferves cence, and Coolamatong in the order named. The Guide was first in the Steeplechasae, with Canasade second, and F?npress third.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
COURSING. The Ararat Coursing ClUb' will hold a ,meeting tomorrow afternoon, at the club's grounds, Flint Hill, when an interesting programme will be decided, including a sweepstake of 6/ each, to consist of Plate and Purse, and sweep stakes. The club officials have made arrangements for a good supply of rabbits, and coursing will commence at two o'clock.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
" The wheat nmarket has 'a firmer tone. A slight advance is asked, but, the de mand is quiet.' =On Friday 17 degrees; of frost were registered in England. The rivers Me dina,:Ouse and Huntingdon are froien. ''A portion .of the fortress, and:three houses at Lepanto, in Greece, have been 'destroyed by earthquake.. Every hiuse: was, damaged. Princess Victor Napoleon gave birth 'o a son on Saturday. .This is the first direct Bonapartist heir since the'Prince Iniperial. . Scrip of the Victoriahn 4 per cent. loan of £1,000,000, issued at 97, is. now quoted at 11 per cent: premium. Scrip of the -New South Wales 4 per cent. loan of £3,000,000, issued at 96, is quoted at 2 per cent..premium. - The' Daily Epress," ii giving prominence',to the, advantages offered ibyViet ria ad New listh'Wales as a field for boy faiin laborers,' states that the joint-i~migration bureau, of the two States i' receiving many applica tions and eliquiries. on the subject. . A departure in: connection with :wo men s...
RAILWAY COLLISION. MARVELLOUS ESCAPES. ADVANTAGE OF STEEL CARS. PARIS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
BAILWAY COLLISION; MARVELLOUS ESCAPES. ADVANTAGE OF STEEL CARS. PARIS, Sunday. Owing to the frost interfering with the signals the Paris-London express train, crowded with English people, col lided with a goods train at Marquise. A chest containing registered bag gage had been firnlvy secured to the floor of a truck next to the engine, and it was released from its fastenings and driven through a first:class corridor carriage, in which were five ladies, but none of them were injured. . An attendant in a sleeping car ad joining was killed. Both cars toppled over anu struck a stone pillar of the bridge, which brought the train to a standstill. - Many passengers suffered from minor cuts and bruises. It was ascertained that the mishap was due to a frost in terfering with the signal wires. The iinmunity from serious loss of life is attributed to the fact. that. tho train was wade u of ste l.cardl
WORTH PURCHASING. THE GOODWILL OF ULSTER. IRISH LEADER'S SPEECH. LONDON, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
WORTH PURCHASING.. THE GOODWILL OF ULSTER. IRISH: LEADERBS SPEECH. ' LONDON 'Sunday Nig.-`.. Mr Redmond;lea'ader"o"i th llIrish Nationalist pat3y, addressing a. -meet ug of his constituents at Wýaterf6or ast night,. declared that tne .goowill' if Ulster.,was .wortn purchasing at .a )igprice. He added .that he would' go to any length short .of th;, abandon .nent of his principles,to.win the con fidence of Ulster, but he did niot see any prospect of Ulst'r's goodwill be ig purchased at any price. :All talk of civil.war, Mr Redmond 'aid, was'absurd, as Ulster would nev er be 'attaked.. He further declared that any- cntest. betweeri the two branches of' the Nationalist: 'party would be a, scandal, and a-Serious blow io the Home Rule cause... The Ulster 'refugee scheme estab lished by the Primrose League has how a guarantee of £1o,u0. The scheme is intended to provide shelter for 10,000 women and children, in the event ;of civil war. . . .,, H., • mlmm m mm
GERMANY AND THE PORTE. "A DIPLOMATIC DEFEAT." LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 27 January 1914
i GERMANY AND THE PORTE. , DIPLOMATICI DEFEAT." ~r' . LONDON, Saturday. ? t: It was' announced recently that, with the 'iew of meeting Russia's wishes in eionnection wtith the German' militiry niissioi 'to Turkey, Liman. Pasha, as General Liman von Sanders is now call ed, has been appointed inspector-gene ral of the army instead 'of commander of the fi.rst. army corps, which, in fu. ture,' will 'ie under the command of a Turkish general, with a German officer as assistant. In commenting on the subject, the Berlin' correspondent of the ".Daily Mfail'" states :-"It is freely admitted tlhtt Germany has siiffered a .dililoniati defeat; by the withdrawal of all sem blanice of inilitary authority' froni Li man PaBhaiSi The ?Kaiser, with" whomr tho. idea of the 'military mission orig inatdis blamed:."' ,