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BUNINYONG. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
- BUNINYONG. A.N.A. The A.N.A. mea on Monday night; Mr E. Gullock (proeident) in the chair. The sea.son' greetings nwere rceivrrd from the nresident of the IBnlarat City branch and Tha president of the flninyong bronch. Accoonts ?nonntinc to £3/161n were paJa. ed. Mr A. F. Sleoman. an ce-prendert of the branch, was present on a vitah from Ta?mania. and gave a short and in tern-in address on Smithtan and die trict. Mr Sloeman wa heartily thanked. Receipts for the evcoing ecre /217/6.
BERRINGA. BOYS' BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
BERRINdGA. BOYS' BAND. A, mretin of the committee of the Be - ringa Boys Brars Bead was held on Mon day evening, in the band-room, wb?. varlous nmatter were dispoed of. Mr W: J. Nicholls preided. Df. n J. Fair field W. Lawes and N. Lldridge report ed that they felt they could not instreuc the boys much more, and they desired that oeomne with a more extenaire mnust -al knowledgo should take charge of the orgauiation. They recommended Mr It. Hatfield for the. position. The recomi mendation was adopted.' A hearty vote of thanks wne pa.ae-d ?Meesen Fairfield, Leaees .nd Eldridge for their servier, on the motion of tlhe chairman and Mr E. Lusk, and Messrs S. J. .leckon and Mr Stapleton supported it on behalf of the bandboys. - The three gentlemon named, in acknowledging the vote, stated that, they would eontinue to take the same iq terost in the bhed ts they had heretofore.
BEAUFORT. PROHIBITION ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
PROHIBITION ORDER. An applincati was6 made by Son-mlust Iohan at the Beanufort Courton Tue y for an order prohibiting licensed vict Iersn in Ripon Shire from selling liquor to WinVm. Bennett. Bennett g1 his consent to,the appliestion, which ras grunted.. BOXING DAY- SPORTS. Ten nembers attended a gneral mteet ing of the Beanfort Athletic Club at the IMechanirs' Institute on Mlonday; Mr W. J. Stevonsun presiding. 'The officals were thantad by the prenident for their o?oistonoe in cuearying out the annual -ports and band cointnts on Boxing Day. emults and prim-money amnloulltlng to 22ia6/9 were pa iud for payment. Tho secretalry snbmittsd an approximate state cen t I recipts and expenditure for the year. Itteipi?s totaledit'JSO/ed311. al enpendituro .£3113/31 - leaing a credit thl once of .p131/l19jl A nlot of .25 on thu rwnt sports waR ontinated.: Mr J. Pol lerton wae appointed auditor, andl tle wind-np meeting for thc yer'?irangel.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
BIRTHS' SKILLIGTOSN' (nee Corbet). - On the 14th December, at 308 Dovrton street north, to Mr and Mrs James Shilling. ton-a eon (Alan). DEATHS DLXON--On the 2nd January, Anna Elizabeth Dixon. of Yandoit; aged 75 LSTER.-On. Gth January. at 5 Gray street, Ballarat East, Mr William Hen. ry Iister, late of Mount Clear; aged 4, vear. A patient sufferer. PENHALL.-On 5th .Innary, at his mo ther's resideance, M. Perrars strect. South Melbourne,. Thomas, belorved see. o?d son of Sarah and nlate Joseph Pen. hall. late of Ballarat, loing father of little Lottie nod George; aged 27 years A patent sufferer at rest. IN MEMORIAMi HENDERSON.-In loving memory of my dear son and our dear brother. who died on 7th January, 1907, at Perth. W.A. -Inserted by his loving father and MACIEINNON. - In loving memory of odr dear mother, who pameed naway asd denly at her late rensidence, 507 South street, 'allarat. 7th January,. 1919. At rest. -Inserted by her loving family.
AT BARWON HEADS ST. ANDREW'S Y.M.C. CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
AT BARWON HEADS ST. 'ANDRW'S Y.M.C. CAMP. (By'. A Mem-ber). Sewen boys of St. Anldrenw' Y.M.C. left on Maxing.Day to go into camp at B?ar won Ineads, and they Lhad a moet enjoy able time.. The ruonotony of the train journey wan .brolamb tie camp come idian, who kept all pteusarruy occuacpid. Arriving at the Ilteais, Lthe totns wore l in iaxaitiou andl; after a weleomo rý pant. alt journeyem l to Ithe b?ch. 'rhi maroon and gold coiicus of the club, pinned with the tilver h?dgms, attraLcie attention, and before long it was notiml that the strenmers of ribbon on the Loys' coatls Iad. beaome monch shorter. and tlhat .everal young ladics worn flying the cloe. 'Plhe oeeadian ioa in hii ele ment. and many of hio hl binwhi inai "caught on," and could be heard all over the plane. It wca notel, Ihowv?er, t]hat nobody could imitate his veo?ion of lthe '"nauhty hey" who wasn being cedid half. l. well as lie. The photogrpier aiso had a bnusy time: Ihe phace afford al excelleet opportuniiiies for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
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FROM OUR EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
FROM OR' EXCHANGES In olur proper motion nwe ascend Up to our native sora: descont and fall To us is adverts rMilton. "Paradise Lost." SThe gold yield for. South Australia foe, 1913 is approximatoely. 5610 fine ouneeo.' If an Aoneriaan bosehalt'club wontso pitcher it will pay up to £14100 for hio services. Land-soeekers and farm workers who or rived in Victoria during' 1913 brought with them t total capital of .113,260. Tho total number of arsisted immi grants who arrived in Victoria during the yoar waso 11,827, ts ompared with 14,010 during .1912. ' iyagevne dancing io beindg introduced by several woll--knovnn ad high-clon cafes and restaurants at Sydney as a di version to diners. The work lone by. the Castlemaone Citizens' Charity Club in the Botanical Gardens on Nwmv Year's Day recolted in as return of. .135l151. Thie newlycreated Scots' Prebyterima Chnrch, ieelong, has decidedl to givc a call lto the Beov. A. Ileathlcoto Pletcher. of.Port Fairy, to the clarge. 'A' native. charge...
OCEAN FREIGHTS ON GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
OCEAN FEIGOIITS ON GIMIN. leprtmsnting the flour milling cern panmio of Canada, a doputation recently dd?red Mr Foster, tho Dominion Minis toe of Tradeo and Commerce, to consider if some actio could be taken o remove tho disrcrnination made between ocea frmight ralse on wheat and flour exported from Canada. The delegation, according to a Toronto relort of 27th Nocamber. claimed that a good exlmrt busimes load been ruined by..dioriminating mr?n in farvor of the raw product; During the last few Tearn, it was declared, steamship ratoe had been increedl by from 50 to 10o per coont., while during the como period the rats ccharged for the merriage of flor were from 5 eens to 12 cents p.r cwt higher than on wheat. Thor ,.i criminotion,. they allegcled. wre helvily in favor of foreign and llrtinsh millers. who acrm enabled to take ndvnnltngo of thq low rato on whet and tobetneft in m petition with Oxanadiau millers through the high rate on flour. The dehegation claimred that when all the mi...
FUEL FOR PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
1?USL" FOIR PAN7AfA. It is nfow ýgei nllt agreed, remarked a !roedt London adriae, that the factor that will tmost largely influence the tou asg of traffic through thle Panama Canat will be the relative count of fuel by that and alternativo rootn?. At al events. the United Stoe Govearnnent appear to entertain no douht in this repoect, i?a they are creating huge depots at both entrauncos to the ?nterway, with clabor ato machinery for loading and unloadling. toreovor, tho intention of Waaslngton is to provhie both oil and coal to atoanm em at o kn a coat that it would be poor ecmnomy for privte compannio to Ltay down plant of thelr own. Many rmporb no the anuiect have heen prencted to Congress, the purport of moat of them Icing that "chaop coal will do ae much s low ttolls." In 0on docnment the fal lowing ,+aaage oecum:--"Tho distance acrona the North l'acifn front Sain Prat cico to Yokohlnm is practically the same no that from Sueo to Singapore. and if in futilre coal it as cheap at ...
EXEMPLARY SENTENCE MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
EXEMPLARY SENTENCE 192lLBOUINF., Tuesday. At the St. Kilda Court to-day Kendrick Itompson, aged 46 years, who doecriied himself as a tailor, was charged with e in. a nspectl d Person and for having terd in a public place with intent to commit a fqlony. Hugh Ernest %M'oy. salesman, stated that on 'th Doemhor ho woe wraiting for a motor 'hbus on the Upper Ensphnado. St. Kilda. lo turnnel sharply. and saw Ilampopn in the act of drawing his hand away from witness' pocket. Ulr?ne wag in comnnv with another man. WVt nemo ch a-sell°ampoeo, but beo rnoaped. Subsequently he informedfl Det Armstrong. 'Ihey seacched for IHampon. and found hint among a crowd waiting for an omni bus. ie appeared to be acting in a suospicioons manner, and was followed hby his companion. lIamponI was arreited. Iampuon d.nied theL charge. ned said ho wa waiting for a ' h. A listtof rn viotious wo rend out which had bhon re cordled against IIampson at Adelaide. 3Melbourne, Sydney. and Rorkhamp ton. A ntenco of two y...
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
SHIPPING Arrival at Port PhilTip. arorr, from Sydney; Lauderdale, from Newcastlo. Sailod from Port Phillip: , Goslar.- for;. Antoerp . Arrirved at Adelaide: - - Joslingrn. from Hamburg; N eotor, from M?elbourne; Kapunda. from New catlo; Koonda, from Melbourne;: Mill mool, from Durbatn; Foenaybridgo, from Nelbourno. Sailed from Adla?ld?. llnin yong Dimboola, alnd Moorabool, for Mtelbhurne. Arrived at SydneY. Paloona. from HTobart; Melbourn and Age. from Melomurneo ; arra, from Gero lonr; Upnola. from Caloutta; Thomis' tocoe, from Brisbane; lavuka, from Fiji. Sailed from Sydney. Mforavohire. for London: Atuna. for Fiji;: (lan Mrtrvish. for -United King dorm; Ptrol, for New Zoealand. Arrivled at New?a?tle. Dyakatn. from New Zealand; Prophet, from Adelaide; Urilln, from Melhourne. Sailed from Newraatl. ' Koenoowarra, Glaueus, for Mrlbourne. Sailed from Brisbane. Mfarloo, for Sydney. Arrived at Frrmanti . West Australian, from Port Darwin. -
ROWING. BALLARAT CLUB'S PAIR-OARED RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
ROWING.* BA, LLARAT CE V1V8 PATI-OCAIl.D U TACF. 'h nnuaml pairoll room' for fro. - resented by Mr I. C. Tanner (TIM d o e allnnt Clurb nill In at the, I di on Satnrday aftrrnoo '1hI? trophies which 'Air Penner ·nl.lccced for this yenr are oxehptfon. fines nld a large entry is anticipated. is' h; vo pnatel at the nhedr, and inem· hr." d-4ir-d to have their nnTcs'down or,) ridany nlight, w~hen thle crows will ii cod