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RIFLE SHOOTING. BALLARAT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING..:i BALLAUhTA CLUIB. he P ll.Nat Club will open the' new r with a match against the Crsewick ('nlub on the Oomeorne Range on (rday, whelon the following members ,i-rc(rnit the club-Capt Ferghec, eu, Weir. ?Vtson, Adamthlwalite. J. y. Whatmoreo, W. Clarke,. IIayene, 'Iyor. Tle visitore will le onter. ed at. Pohjoy'se at tlh conclnuon ofl rnat clr. hi, clulb committee met on Monday ht elnd arrngedi the foliowine pro m nc:-S lurdiny, O1th int.: tlontily ih at 700 yds Sat-cdcay, 17th nlat.; •]r\· pui?of .C/lf, 1041, and aMmmo .] in for -ld and 4th cwill Ie given to ct i:cceldntiol Day a picnic mectini I. I?cll at (eron?erne, when a ladice cinatc icocndicap will be fired off. J. cmh-aile riors Olecte to the commit. Vic, T. C lnmborlain, rwho hoe left dictrict for Bendign. The elUb re t osing .lie Cihnmberlein'e ?revices, ns nlrcy, took a lirvely interat in help. to carry on the worl.
INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES STRIKERS V POLICE. A PITCHED BATTLE. VANCOUVER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES vT1U RS V POLICE. A PtICUED. IBATTIT. VANCG-OUVEIl, Monday. A senational affray betren pulo? and civilians on one side and striker en tlhe otlher, took pla e ten?lyay near 'racoma. in the Stato of Washington. Disturlaxte? Ihave oercmndl frequently since tho emplteew of a Teamsa Smelt ing Company,; all of lwhom an- Auetrt.n, deela?l a strike reently. The teroble eulmitiatcld-to-dny -'in a pitrldel ittle, which was waged on n till overle?hing the Tacomen smelting plant. Aftlc a short' bt fierce Itlterehange buIllets the Austriatt tere omtllu?L Several prrsons on the side ofl thle nuthoritice wore injured, bnt it is not khowt whether any of tho striker werO hurt. 'T'he State Militia haa now bhen otered out.
THE TANGO CONDEMNED BY LONDON SOCIETY. NEW YORK APPROVES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
THE .TANGO flD~ 'E.iy WNODON SOCflETh. iNEW YCIORK~9 Al .OE I Dil ONDON, ~tonday. ~ISp 'albp Chtmnic1l*' hbo l~toly Iowa '~otaraon tho diibject th 1oyO ih 9011oroojoetion , tlr ioxnid tomo(~olY taOoIrr of holllg IiwdanoC. To~~~~dnpgo~ Ito' oohn cl" ' h pan 00ofkorIadiow a~oopto jl NOw YorlfO· 0000 i IRrl O iaooO Tho Nowp 'Iaaojo, altitough ,ai'ow that roomo C nlnn Poorlv. of hOW ir ork, to, hooo :00.. 1 01000 aoon~l;" L ,i tol Tong" m[ NOoto~ition Iota eoooo*l ((, 0oollotlliuo of OO t"tho oif 0nl nNw:' took 1Ito· oF 000 04 oohtoto it oo·no to top O Ro·iol 1li hire. IIPlttdotI in th or ohio 111 lll loord WO Orv ln to ho oiopO ,hOn Iloiisii VOoro Inot Itto Ir otlfrl r~~l ootobto. tho Mlio~upt-PoV Hito 'Ioogoo
OIL TANK STEAMER. BREAKS IN TWO. 40 MEN DROWNED. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
OIL TANK -'fTEir EIL. BRI.EAS :IN TWO. 40 MjEN DROWNED. .N~W' YOIRK, Tuedays.: Without warning. the oil tank stramoe Oklahomon broke-in two. Tilo tortn sec tibo of tho vreoCl sank ialointlt, carry lg 401 men to death.. The other portion of the etoonter floated loan enough to allow a bent containinxg eiht men to leve the wrkk, he w't11 r w £s vo rough, and hih oeasa were runnin0g n th .time of the.dtstcr. -r The stoaor Bavanrin Is now earry n, tho survivors .to Itcllon, The surviv?r. nwero tnkhlo to acoatnt for tho verel's Oltro~rdinary, aolnttrt.
COUNTRY NEWS COUNTRY FIRES BARLEY STACKS DESTROYED. NO WATER AVAILABLE. CHELTENHAM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
GOUNTRY NEWS COUNTRY FIRES fARIJ.tY STACKS D1"ITROY}?D. NO VATfiR AVAILABLE. CH7L'T'L IIAM.t, Tuesday. Afire occurred at mnl. rLr.ty ou the farts of \lr .h.meI. lrtnlony, of Berry Avenur. Lhelse.. Stacks of barley ere dentroyed. Thu M[isnto Kicnnedy observed theo llama thromgh a window. aud found that two otacksoR of hbarley w ore ab!.ae. Atnother, lt) frt distance. wna also burn inr:. Trhe alarn was gioen. and nM lclrterl [Ienncdy, residing near by, and 7tr U. lftrno wtr qucklntr on tho scene. 'Theo fin brigude a.n?l atteoidcd promptly; but nothint t could bo done. as no woter f?ortlotlately thi stacks nwore a good dis tll!?, frllni t hot?r. 'Tioh barlefy lon falken froln a foIrln of '. acfns.nn r wa st??tonl talie Itlrr woreks aoo. 'T'he Iosl is atitnntfrd at over 1700 borhels. 'Ile Itheoo sttrlon woror inooure for £10) in the SolutL Britioh Inamnro n0Coot ?ll?y. ft Js xnprcted that tLho stacks will continoue burning for a ftw day,. and the ground ormuronding them iros been ponghe...
COMMONWEALTH NOTES GOLD RESERVE LARGE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
COMMONWEALTH NOTES GOLDI,) II21e1t2T, LA3Ri. MI2ZLBOWUI'1N, '1oooi ay. According to a rotorn made available ?yS the 2doral _reonnury De rtlnenL to day. the numbor and v:iuo of Austrmlian olt24 iou'rdl a rd not relnoomed on 31st •)oeloloT were 0a folltt:- Deoomination. Number. - Amount. .C. s. 10o/ ......... 40,.21 ... 20,281 10 .' ......... 3,204,'12 ... 3,2061373 0 .-5 ......... 694,92 ... 3,474,?20 (I .10 ......... 1c8,114 ... 1.81,.140 1. .20 ......... 16,907 ... 329.940 0 50 .......... 11,3G0 ... 818,1100 01 .100 ......... 4,212 ... 421,200 0 Tota'...... 4,112,2.13 1J,929,554 10 Tho omnount of gold coin held by the Treasury for thle purmpoes of Ito Ant wa non 31st December .4,410 .585. Under thlte law it is Iwoo ary fotr lthe Treasuror to keep only 10 ot oent. of tlt note cireu l2ton0 in golh. 'hlis wouhll hrave been 2, 489,80'8J so that tihe gold reserve in Lthe T'reaury v~oltsi is grcttly in oxocr. In the l0a3 3io0n0 of 1Parliamenlt Llhe Government inimoducdcd a bill to restor...
A PROBLEM. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
A Pt?OBLEM. To tluho Editor of "The O rir." Sir,--Tleo ie a problemn that hoas p nIfel me not a litle. vlz.: In goology 1 ?nd thi morld mado in stramh ono eeve tlhe oLher from tho lae.rntlien to the pro emit Quttnary are, rand tle antlata life foro tie Invorto ratee up to moa. Are thlore to bIn no snore stret; P ~ l isa mian to he the kryltone of the nima?l art n Or is tho law of eirolution to be oentinu ed. 1 have never reind N?ything en the subje.t. Ymlr able and interesting mon trihutor, "Dytieool.'" being an authority on animal iife,- may ? nable to forer onu with hiA viewn on the eborn trpice if in bin opinion worthy of onnsidentetion. - Younm, et.. liNQUl'tilit
FIRE AT CAPE CLEAR. FIFTY ACRES OF CROP DESTROYED CAPE CLEAR, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
Fll. "AT CA.Pf CLhIa. FIFITY ACRIS OF CROP DESTROTEI CAPE CLEAR. Tueedav. A fire brok" out in Mr Michal d?un ningham's wheat crop at Cap Cmhar on hlonday afternoon, and before it rould -bn gt undar control by an airmy o fire fighters from all parts of the district fully O acres wre destronvcd. The crop was undoubtedly oae of the best, if not the best in the district, and althoonh it wsa instnrd for £t.., this snt will not n?arly coTer its -aloue. It appears that the harretenr had not long started in the crnp when the drivere notitml a flame shoot out fx?iL under the macnhine. Be immediafely turned the hoses and ma chio oute of the way and began to fight thel ilamoes but the w'd wns- d o etrong that the en r?arcd through the crop, de vouring every stem in its path. A creek on the north side of the paddock sorved ,. a a ood break, and a large numbrr of men nore ready to stop an outlbreak on the oppuoit 'slen. The crop was one admired by all farnmers who had seen it.
MUCH-TRAVELLED GIRL ARRIVES IN FREMANTLE. FREMANTLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
MUCTI-TRAVELLED CM L ARI IVES IN ,].~' IA. TL?f. , RELaNTLfl. T?'cdar. Mercia Wreaer, agedl 8. who hco tra velled over .0,000 iotlm, and who bs orn he hoenotro of moo.ch litigation, arriv ed to-day by the.lLkLS. Oorah. iaeteoro of tbe oom?oiuder. In October lasnt, f ter conurt ro?m? in whrirh te paoos w cn o nrernerdl. the girl disappared. also Alfred Wecere, tho father. lnquliries wore made. and it woo arc tinrd tluot thoy lhul left to. loog land in ar FWonch mall etanler...\ ar rmnt wno ihoned by Mo?o ,seor. cirig log Amird Weaver with having aloluctle the child, and he was arreorte on his ar riwol in lolaon. We.ver statot, when charred witU a> ductlon, Iithat he was merely taking his own ldaughitor to I"oghlanl to haeo hor properly educated. Tlhe childo ooeol to 000e a grot ffctlion fo ter father, whom sho reforreodl to a "lDear l)addy." Weaver was roleoald from eosccloh otn Iwvino ano undrLd king. that Ihe woueold ?tl lterntora with 03i or arsngrlment for r?od iig the child I...
UNWELCOME VISITORS PROMISE TO LEAVE WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
UNWELCOME VISITORS pnntOI?1l TO J.1.A\ f \YESi AIJB. wafterII. Tiicray. lticlt rd Lrry, UnLary Itryairn wj an Chnrl.e MolIt enory ware chrend at the Police Court to-dnY with vugnruey, JetManln Raid l aht thore tritninee. hoondl were knowno by muilly eli men, ald tiuny arrived from n ictnrla I the, Ka tooniba. Meuitnfery, Ire nl gel, Iend been recently reteluuiit fronm gzdnt and hod lnurn in the Sttato fer wnn tine. UIl tllnr originally e from 'irnlri' e R and mere, he siatedd, a ndosirt ceilanucreien 'he 'tieietrute conteftilhat ho ha.nl In knew hlone to deal with I he in m 'line men iolnndd In' unedergoilng inldcennlolwt oonteniaa '1We do not wenft Victoria to dump orinlinals here," ho uid, ti nd if we neod thienm taneL thee nrespapere aill tave large ireadinge aouot an influ of crininnle from West AiLrtielia." 'l le men undertook to Inine the State, unit thee will be treneferred tnmoeurrw nider pdire met rtrvuuiou.
JAPANESE IN AUSTRALIA WISH TO EXTEND TRADE, NOT TERRITORY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
JAPANESE IN AUSTRALIA ItISII 1V csTIND ' I'2: D1, NOTr 'I'J;I11t1TOILl'. SYDNEYT Turamlnr 'lIo' no ColoP11o1alznrtl fer Japt ll'%fr 5. Shiniln. in mho wurtw of au ioturM' of 'id: I' Oe h C·o onI im 01 ierirml iii adlorlio1lWIIHtJ tlho pictureur a ofun ek ohldlieroxhrfldlfflK Iu Illtfll d nVer t 1rni tnl mln +»n~tinenl. the Australian 010 wally a' bllm that lha Inlpalsl 'o. In ooko t0.lt;i+ unI trfo .inp, U oit denimml to Irakr 1a1 1 from l ;lnonl. If the zrlclathn lOO iii lO l re! j Ie a of l I .IcLao1$OOR t 0jf Oi· r iI" Itrfcrrin i thee fOlt Mlutt I;tplmulle rorlemclltCa in nAt:Stalin had to Ihonllo rorlain formniditwnnnnfe 1f ('c t~trred Io rrei iin, thoe (imlIc',, rnl fmidl taitt no 0tl10r OOintro ill Ito world trodtid nwromtlhani in ; such utt Ito'.
CABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S] HOME RULE ULSTER'S ARMY IN TRAINING. DETECTIVES WATCH OPERATIONS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS HOME RULE ULSPDUL"S ARMY IN TJh.\I\0. DT";i1C7TIPE9 WATC OI'INATIGON9 LONDON, Itonday ,,,cI Iiijt jc elfast it"Hht of tit rtor Volutacr , ,ca ins fonel ,1 at colon e l n rrllnoat lth (iitc Ij,.a o t fr tlu' t i t ,ntbrllion of theo Doi ,'t Ilegimant, operatihat. a A a I Alirn , ara'iCt' in liar Sath Af ri. fo,,r lin nt a'nld oon.t iot far aatt+ady t iinO tLia i 8th laosaN.].
LITTLE BOY AT BALLARAT SUFFERED WITH A BAD HAND AND FOOT. THE FLESH WOULD BREAK AWAY FROM HIS FOOT." REXONA QUICKLY HEALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
LITTLE BOY AT BALLARAT SUFFEIRED WITH A BAD HAND AND FOOT. HE FI,ES?NI WOUD BEAK AWAy 1-FROM HIS FOOT." JIEXONA QUICKLY HEALS. 'My little boy had any Iad sms an toot and hii, and for'I goo'd whil,, Ies .Moln A. Sullivan, i47 Iottnry el, llallarat. Vic. "'Ho conl not put hont on, and ho teed to hop ornu I all over thea plnc. Ili footloonktn? Shail. I tried a nnumber of dillerant trnoiots, but nothing seemed to do hint ?ondl. In filet, ha re?tlod to bo gett i \oorao. ThI flthI1 wnOIuId br:dk anrn m Iti little foot. Ifis fathorr's"ij otaunt get saomathing ota that Child't tlt onbana no bad: I boppnnad to hare l?xno?n Oittnant nat tho filno so trrh oas(d it fx and put a little on hie ,, nod foot. It began to d Ita Worka onc., the oresn begano to 1el p p 'plla. d nv. Id in no titan wore Iealed. It is Itly tIt, hit ointtoont I thave evtr eomn ran. and I ttall never bo witholt a : of it In Ihr hausero:" tttrl.n lit, tthRait Healing Ol?mtenltI lintg unnyr 'a k blocuresnof ol d ohsttnlato ea...