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F. E. STRANGWARD. Sharebroker, Member Stock Exchange, of Melbourne, [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
F. E. STRANGWARD, Sharebroker, Member Stock Exchange, of Melbourne, . 331 Collins Street,: Melbourne. -(Tel 8226.) Private telephone, Winder, No. 2879. GEOBGE GOSSIP, Agent.
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
MELBOURNE 8SARE MARKET. Yesterday's quotations of-- Ararat stocks were as under : Cathcart-Buyers, 3/; sellers, 4/. • athcart Central-Buyers, 34/; sel lers, 36/. Catheart Victory- Buyers, 1/. Great Laigi Logau-Buyers, . /6; sellers, 3/11. .Langi" Logan North-Buyers,. 5/3 sellers, 5/10. Langi Logaf Soutih-Buyer,. 16/7; sellers, 17/; sales, 16/6, 16/9. Do. (paid)-Buyers, 17/. Langi Logan Central-Buyers, 3/4; sellers, 4/. , New Langi Logan- Unyers, 33/; sellers, 35/. Upper Langi Logan-Buyers, 1/2; rollers, 1/6. Do. (anid--Buyers, 2/6.
CORRESPONDENCE. [To the Editor.] TYPHOID IN ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
CORBESPONDENCE. [To the Editor.] TYPHOID IN ARARAAT.. Sir,--The importance of the- subject must be my'exeuse' for intruding on your space. " Why is the town annual ly visited -bythis fell scourget A'town possessing :he natural advantages that Ardrat' has should be clear of any dis ease;. Unfortunately we have a' poor , ater t silysp , hut thel -ire" have the electric light. ' So on 't; trouble about sanitation; leqt's' have lixuriel. Ne cessities are. only a·secondary consid. oratibn.- There is one very importait matter which'i has ai vital inifluence on the: epidemic" now raging, sand that is that there are a niumber of cows milk ed by private individuals, who use some for their own requirenients and sell the oalaince. Now, where are these cows milked?. Are the.surround ings cleariftnd: siittary? " Iknow from i?ersonal observation that such is not the case. You can see it for yourself. There is another matter. Why is it that 'our health authorities have taken steps to ascertain why...
EXCURSION TO BALLARAT. ARRANGED BY ARARAT M.U.I.O.O.F. LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
EXCURSION TO BALLARAT. ARRANGED BY ARARAT M.U.IO.O.. "LODGE.. SThe cheap excursion acruged by the Loyal 'rarat Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F., and which took.place to Ballarat yesterday, was a great success. "The weather on Tuesday evening did not look too fav orable for the noldingof 'the function, and as heavy rain fell during the night, those who hna made arrangements to spend the day at the Garden City were somewhat downcast. Although -the rain ceased nefore daybreak,.the morn ing broke dull and cold, and through out the-day it was somewhat disagree able. 'sne special train departed from the railway station shortly after eight o'clock, there being about 250 people on board, and after a good run the train arrived at Ballarat. There were on board quite a large number of mem bers of the Ararat' Bowling Club, who spent an enjoyable time with the bowl ers of-Ballarat. ' When the "special train arrived at Ballarat, the exeursion ists spread about in all directions. Numbers made for the lake, whe...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
GENERAL. The famous aged gelding Lutteur II (St. Damien-Lausanne), which won the Liverpool Grand National Steeple chase in 1909, has latterly been a crip ple. His French owner was advised to submit the animal to radium treat ment, with the result that he is now fit and well again. A shocking accident occurred on board' the mammoth liner Maurotania on Wednesday evening. Through the bursting of an oxygen cylinder three of the engineers were killed and eight others severely injured. The bodies of:the three men killed were terribly mutilated. No damage was done to the liner, which is now in dock. The Public Prosecutor's Department at Zabern has declined to proceed with summonses issued by the military au thorities against twelve civilians. Heavy floods are sweeping down Cali fornia from the mountains to the coast. There is a block in the overland traf fic, and Santa Barbara, the winter re sort of many wealthy people from the east, is cut off. There have been five washaways on the Southe...
TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. PANIC IN PICTURE THEATRE. 75 PERSONS KILLED. AMSTERDAM, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
TERIBLE TRAGEDY: SPANIOIN PICTURE THEATRE. S75 PERSONS KILLED.; : AMSTERDAM, Monday. A telegram received here fronmSoura baya to-day gave news, of a .terrible tragedy at Boerces (or.Buru),end,:of tie Amboine Islands (between Celebes and New Guinea). : . Fire broke out in a. cinematograph theatre, and the audience became panic-stricken, There was a wild rush to escape, with' the result that the exits became hopelessly jammed with the struggling people. . Before order could be restored 75 lives had been lost. All the victims were natives, and they comprised one man, sixteen women, and fifty-eight ctrlder.
SENSATIONAL CONFESSION. WHOLESALE BOMB OUTRAGES. CHINAMAN MURDERED FOR 24s. HUMAN BEINGS SAME AS INSECTS. NEW YORK, Tuesday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
BENSAtIONAll OONFSSION. WHOLESALE BOMB OUTRAGES. CHI?INAMA1 MURIflEDE FOR 24s. HUMAN BEINGS SAME AS I . NSECTS .... NEW YORK, Tuesday Midnight. A sensational confession was made to-day b?j a' yoiuth named Albert Lehman, who calmly admitted that he was 'ihinlicated ?in' a wholesale series of bonmou outrages.' : Lehnianwas .a w?itness at the trial of a: foreigner, 'who was charged with bomb throwing, and he made a state ment implicating himself.in crimes in volving: the- death penalty. : He' told the, full story of; 80 cases of attempt ed: murder 'by 'eans obf bomb throw .ing, tlhe burning; of two houses' to :o0: tain the insuranee ioney, and :the kill ing of a Chinaniman for the sake of 24/. Lehmanigot 8/- as his share for plan ning ;the murder,=and two menogot 8/ each for murdering the 'Chlinaman Lehman further admitted having planted 18 bombs, which caused .great loss of property. Asked it bhe"neveir thouglit` of .the humnan lives involved 'in :theise"boinb outrages, he ' nonchalan...
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. MURDER MYSTERY. TRANSATLANTIC CHASE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS. MURlDER MYSTERY. TRANSATLANTIC CHASE. LONDON, Tuesday. In connection witn the murder of the young Australian, Reeks, it is' reported that the police are sending an officer by a fast boat to catch the steamer Grampian at St. John, New Brunswick, on Thursday. The police refuse to confirm or deny the report. The po lice have again been in wireless com munication with the vessel. The name of the suspect is George Rogers, whose address is given at Market street, Huntington. An autopsy has been made to see whether Reeks was drugged, but the result was not disclosed. Captain Anson, Chief Constable of Staffordshire, expresses the belief that Reeks was not killed on the spot where the body was found, but that the body was taken thither in a vehicle. The police are satisfied that Rams den has accounted for his movements. Hie stated that Reeks was only a casual acquaintance. They met at a Liver. pool-hotel on Saturday, and parted on 'Monday. :
AUSTRALIAN NEEDS. DOMINION COMMISSION'S REPORT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
AUSTRALIAN NEEDS. DOMINION COMMISSION'S RE PORT. LONDON, Tuesday. The Dominions' .Commission report 5 states that the most urgent problem t' in Australasia concerns. the better dis- b tribution 'of." the population, and irp-. a proved overseas communication. At t present the dominions spend a great ' deal of money, with doubtful success, r in attempts to • secure .agricultural workers. It is, therefore, -natural to J suggest that some portion of this 'ex penditure could be 'more profitably _ spent by bearing with the mother coun try a share of the cost of some system - of Government farms for testing and training in the United Kingdom. This scheme would be.easier if immigration. were .under central control. Australasia mainly requires. youths with adaptability. This requirement could be met equally from the towns 3 as the country if' suitable training.was I provided. . :Although Australasia -.needs more domestic servants, the Commission is unable to endorse the view that. a consider...
NAVAL PROBLEM. EXCEEDING THE ESTIMATE. CRITICISM OF ADMIRALTY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
NAVAL PROBLEM.. EXCEEDING THE ESTIMATE. CRITICISM OF ADMIRALTY. LONDON, Tuesday. The "Daily News" says that the &dmiralty thinks it has done nothing vrong or improper in spending several nillions which Parliament had not vot id or the Cabinet approved. The "News' adds:-" 'This is dan gerous nonsense, and we are faced with a grave violation of the Consti tution when over-expenditure is allow 3d to run on for months without the responsible Minister drawing the at tention of .Parliament to the fact." The "News" declares that it is use less for the Admiralty to plead mis aleulation. -
M.L.A. RELEASED. SENTENCE REMITTED. JOHANNESBURG, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
M.L.A. RELEASED. SENTENCE REMITTED. rOHANNESBURG, Monday Midnight. Mr F. H. Creswell, M.L.A., leader if the South African Labor party, will lot have to serve the sentence of a nonth's iinprisonment imposed on;him iy a court-martial for having publish .d a pamphlet likely "'to excite ill feeling." The Government has re nitted the sentence, as it did not wish ,o deprive Labor of one of its principal notithpieces in Parliament. (The Soutn African Supreme Court in Saturday granted a rule nisi callinig ..pon the magistrate, who sentenced Mr Jreswell, to show cause why the sen ;enee should not ne set aside.)
LAND RECLAMATION. NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT'S GREAT SCHEME. RECLAIMING WASTE LAND. HOMES FOR 200,000 PERSONS. THE HAGUE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
LAND REOLAMATION. NETHERLANDS' GOVERNMENT'S GREAT SCHiEME:. RECLAI1MING WASTE .LAND.: HOES FE FOR; 200,000 'PERSONS. THE HAGUE, Tuesday. A giant reclamation scheme is to be undertaken' by the Netherlands "overnment. The scneme is to drain a portion of the Zuider Zee. it will cost £15,750,000, which will include the construction of 18 miles of concrete embankment between Weirin ien, on the opposite side of the Zuider "ee, and Betilt, on the Wamer.. Tne embankment will carry a double line of railways and a carriage road. It is expected that the land gained will give the State a rental of £1,250,000. By these draining operations it is ,xpected to win not less than 500,000 acres of fertile land,- which will sup port a population of: 200,000 persons, including 40,000 farmers and 50,000 traders, artisans, etc. As the present Zuider Zee fisheries maintain in none too prosperous conditions only 3107 fishermen and their families, wo... some 3000 boats, L,.e gain will be enormous. In fact, th...
CANADA'S POLICY. AUSTRALIA QUOTED. OTTAWA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
CANADA'S POLICY. AUSTRALIA QUOTED. OTTAWA, Tuesday. SDuring the naval debate in the Ca nadian Senate yesterday Senator Bos tock said that after following contri bution as a naval policy for.- a few years Austras~a 'finally.. abandoned it. No one accused Australia of thus,,act :.ig disloyally. TTherexore.no one ought to accuse Canada, wio' desired her?own navy,S of disloyalty.: If the Empire is ;o be. held together, the feelings., of Australians and New Zealanders ought to-be considered, and- the whole ques tion of. the .defence of the . Pacific should be:taken up without delay. :
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. HOME RULE. MR O'BRIEN'S CHALLENGE. DECLINED BY NATIONALISTS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS. EMUTEE*B BPECOIAB. HOIE RULE. MR O'BRIEN'S CHALLE NGE. DECLINED BY NATIONALISTS, LONDON, Monday. The Irish Nationalists have decided not to contest the Cork seat in the House of Commons, which has been ren dered vacant by Mr William u'Brien, leader of the Independent Nationalists. Mr O'Brien vacated the seat and sought re-election on the ground that -1,e Redmondites interpreted the re sult of the recent municipal elections ,n Cork as a defeat of the policy of 'conference, conciliation and consent': .n connection with Home Rule. Mr J'Brieu has therefore been re-elect Ad unopposed, and his followers are jubilant over this victory. (In concluding a speech at Water .ord on Saturday night, Mr John Red miond, M.P. (leader of the Irish Nation alists), declared that a contest be tween two Nationalists at the present ..ioment would be a scandal, and a seri ,us blow to toe Home Rule cause.)
FALL OF AVALANCHE. RUSH OF AIR STRIKES HOUSE. INMATES CARRIED 40 FEET. BERNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 29 January 1914
.FALL OF AVALA?HBE. RUSH OF AIR STRIKES HOUý.S INMATES CARRIED :40 FEET. .: BERNE, Monday., -Miraculous: esapes from deathl have seen experienced byi a fhniUy 'iin' a ianmlet in'the canton of St: Gall.: While -a farmer aind his wife were it dinner, anid his grandfather was en ;aged in' the "kitehen,"' an aavalanche :ell from the''eighboring-heights; caus .ng a violent' displacement- 6f- air. The ,ush of air struck- the farmhouse like t tornado, tore-the -door-off its hinges, and swept the in.r-ates :,out into the :pen. Husband and wife and grand nother fe. -without-harm into a gar len 40 feet from the house, upon which -fraction' of- a second later the huge avalanche descended and crushed flat.