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A GERMAN VIEW. MR LLOYD-GEORGE CONGRATULATED. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
A GERML?N VIEW. MRl LLOYD.G1.OIGE COGGIATU. LATED. DIERLN. 'l',lrday. Thi "Frankfort Gnazeole" eonlgratulate tIr Lloyd-George Chancdlor of tho lIl chequer. oil declaring war on Uo dle strlctive race of armamlnomllt. the roation againat which in alreldy discernible in all civilised coontries, although this is denied b thle leaders of the people. T'li "tharetto" ailds that if nlgland holds' horelf strongl enough to mnke a halt. it will give a now vietorioua im petus to the great movement.
TEST CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA V ENGLAND. ENGLAND WINS THE RUBBER. JOHANNESBURG, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
TEST CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA V ENGLAND. ENGLAND WINS TILE RUBBER. TOLANNRFSBUT1G, Mendaly. Thh third text match hetween Englend od,. Suth Atfrica concluded tn-day. Tho • nglllumell woll tile gmo,. and inciden tally the ruhher; bet the homo team put up a much better fight in this match, and at two tages to-day they had a winnilng chance. With 9S6 runs to get to win, the Atn cnan made aon excellent start onSotr day. Taylor nnd Zluleh opened the In nings, anti at tlhe call of time were still togetier. wiith 1lt rous .ni the board. Fer a while this morning all wont well with the Africans to theIr tplhill task, linht by lunch time one of tmser sidden chbogn comnnmo to cricket hbol intervened, and tlrce wickets were docn for 167. Tnv lIor, when tie acd teored 70, wans'ca oht bi Teanvyson off llelt; anid Zulch, after inlngtn l , hit a ball bachk to the ncame iowler and the cbutci was tahkce. Hands only made 7 beforo ie wan caught oil Biarneos. After hInce things went from bad to wore for tihe...
AN ANCIENT RELIGION REMARKABLE DISCOVERIES. ROME, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
AH ANCIENT RELIGION ZMAI.I A-BLE. DISCOVERIES. ' . ROAIB, Monday. Further discorories iaro available of the roemarkiblo dlieovorine mnulo. by thoe oml nont Italian nrchhologist, Cpmmodantoro lkmin, dirctLor of, tho oeonvations of thO F'ornim andllio Palatine. ' o. Wlhilo ainking a shaft from the summit of tile Palatine Hill, hi) cme upon the Mundins Patons.' sacred tno DiS (Plnto) und his wifo I'rsocrpino (Quomu of the In. fernal Regions). .It'was covored by a lnl si manalim, a..nquari rough slab of tiufa, pierced with two round hole, through which the Manoe, or doparbtl spirits,'woro huppnood to aconud from the lower world. ' In tile same' area was a vaulted granary and sevoral favisbm (collarse in which ea red utensltl were kept).r * , Immediately' ,below tio granary and til lounds was thu innermost shrine, tilo Iolieat coutro of the ancient religion. 1 'roserpine, in Greek mythology woa the daugiitcr of Zeus and the e irtl-god des. Demoter. t A elo was gathering ilowers I nn mead...
EGG-LAYING COMPETITION MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
ECG-LAYINC COMPETITION S LBOOIURNPO2, Tuerody. The roenlts of tho oleidig 10 pens in tho third egg-lnaying competition being cod ducted at Burnley, for the week ending 2nd January, woro no follow:- Owner and Brcoi' . J, R. titI,1V 2 1 * -? ,3q.2. Gilt, . W ........... 9 1129 C. J. Ik?ht, ,? .......s.. 2 1130 ) i. Bridge, W.L.......... 2 1117 'hirkell and Soithl, W.L... 1116t M[oritc lmu., W.L... .... 1101 T. A. I'ettgrove, W.L ...... 27 1094. W. . Swift. W.I ..... .........i 10i0 12. A. Laweon, W.L ... ..... 1001 LI. 3['Knzie, W.L.:[;..L...... 31 1080 0g72L DUily.-27th Dorc?nmbr, 276: 28111, 243; 20th, 270: 301:, 237; 31$t, 272; lot Junn?ry, 739 2:nd, 267. Thotl, 1807. • ., .- . . - -
THE LOVE OF FLOWERS IN ENGLISH LIFE [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
TAE LOS' OF FLOWERS IN Ea'LIGl LIFE TIn tim No?mbner "'Widsor Moganaino" Lion enrieio eti.vtont of making 110060 into artificial decorations of varlous klndo i1 discussedl in aon aoricl whoich will bo of intorost to all lovers of thle ga?deu, ia Ltoh courae o which the writer. Says "'A poor person to oa you, ma am. "I went to my huslmnd's surgeiry, and was greolcul by a very shabby, emaciated wom?on in a shawl. acomoooiouel by 0 pony, poloe boy. \VWith an eager face, hsa eaplanod -that se had brought on ai 'bohay, benoaon thi doctor .was . o good to Johofie.' The offering consistwl of a lace, int gravy-ldishl filled With sand, ani stuldet all over with heads of flow ore, snk In the end nso so lo completely' cover it in a Iottern like a rag rug. rTh difliceulties he must lhave surmounted In her home in the elumo to proveloi the ilowema, the patiuence and ingenuity dis playrl in the arr l?hgemkt, and he .grati tuodo which had giren stroength to that poor weak creature to carry ouch a ...
SIR GEORGE REID. To the Editor of "The Courier." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
SIR EORGnE REID. To tlhe Editor of "T'he Courier." Sir,-A friend of mine has sent to mer a clipping contaiinig a report of moie rc. mnarks made at a bentUt by Sir Urorge ieid. in whichrl hn is rnported to hno oaid that ho wos "a rahb Free-trader." T'hi line of the par. is onderlined. I pro nome for my especial belnefit. I am never impernod with speeches Inoado under ngrh conditions: hot an delightled to hear Lhat Sir CGeorgeo han at looast soon the orrors of his stl. and that Ie ha eomeorgedl fromn tho murky ntmoephenro of revenoue inr riflsm inio the glorioou enln? in of FreeO Trade. There will hIo mcnh Joy in thol F'reetrade cnyp over theI repentnre of nuoh n prmoninett publie man. After a lengthy plblo raroeer ns an advocatnl of the Cu.toms Hgou?o and a revenue torif,. it is mort grntifyinf to flld Sir leor.e, who has done ?n muoh for Anustralia, r?m ino into line wih the illtetrlons Colxloen. -Yourn, Ao., JAB. A. I'NEIL.
POLYGLOT EXPERT AT THE LONDON G.P.O. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
POLYGLOT EXPERT AT THE LONLIJON G.P O. One of the most Interesting officials at the loncral PoI't Office is the Swis inter protor, who has eased Iho path of puzroledl loreign callors for 38 years. IHe eaikts six laugunage fluently. "I cannot say that I speak Chlnese or Japanese:" he said to n enqiurer. "or, for that matter, any LEatecrn languageo. n that any Asiatic visitiug the O.I'.O. and having no knowledgeo of any Eurol??an language had bctter acor hate been born." At that moment a bell htmmed in the inturpreter's departmiiht, and the blue. arbetd ollicial dnarted aecos to the 'Posto lttonte counter, whence the sunllmOllna had come. A IntLosian was cnmllaiintg that he had not receivedl a letter lrolm his oister, which had left lieff on 9tIthl Novem. her, 1912. It was 3t years ago that the postal ao. thoritice decided Ito employ the servien of an interpreter at Ihe G.P.O., and the appointment wae gaincd for thu pretent ioller of the office y the late Lord Parthwick. lie had foren...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
FUNPIERAL NOTICES aoTER.--Tho friends of thr late Mr William Henry Liter., dearly-bela.v ed HUSBAND of Mrs Elizabeth Liateri; late of Mount Clear, are respectfully in; cited to follow his relmains to theeplan of interment, tho Baillarat -Now. Ceme: torr. The funeral eortego" is-appointod to leave the residencero of hisesister-in.law Miss Dauestan, No. 3 Gray atreet, Dallarat SEnt. tis dayn (\Wedneoday. 7th January; 1914), at 4 o'Cloch p.m. '. , . . G. LUDBIOOK. Undertake? andr Fn neral Directar. 7 Dawson st., and 8 P?ol et.. Ballarat oalt. Phone 378. |ENHALL.-Thfc frieids of-the late ir Thomas Penhall. dearly boleed IIUSBIAND of Mrs C. V.'M. Penhall, of 05 tMacerthur street, are respectfully in. rited to follow his romaine to the place of, linterment, the Ballarant New Cemtery. Tl'he funeral cortege is appointled to leave the Ballarat West Station an arrival of the 11.8 a.m. train fromn Melbohrne this do (Wednedlay, 7fli January. 1914). GEORGE TUDRIIOOK. Undertker nnd Funeral Direct...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
AUCTION' SALES THIS DAY.. - Hill and Greo, at Athaamu m. at - Piano, furniture, ho. AUCTIONS TIllS DAY. WEDNE.?lDAY, 7th JANUARY, At : o'clock, At the Athenwun, corner Grenvillo and little Bridge str51ets. C.EA\IRING AUCTION SALE. B PIANO, IlOUSEIHOI,l FURNITUBRE,I BAG.TITLIE TABLE, &c., Removed from a countrv delicensed hotel for convecience of sale. comprisinlg Cottage Piano, I)rawingreooe suite, lag tells Table, ELxtesion Dining Table. C Coa?uh ;nd Eosy Chairs. Kitchen and other Tables, Chest of Drawers. Look. ing GUIrses. soveral good Bedsteads, Were Matlt., Bclding. Blankclat. WaVh. C stands and Waro. Kitchen Utonsils. (llacoawre, Crockery, Cutlery, Step Ladder and General Sandries. With. out IlRoere. 1JILL AND GROSE. 'PIIUISDAY. 8th JA.INUARY. At their Stores. Nolan street, At 12 o'clock. - 1 J. STrICKL AND and SONS (by their ,auctioneer, Mr 1. N. Strickland) cill hold their usual sal o WOOL. SHEEPSKINS. &e. TITHERIDGE AND1 GROWCOTT. HOUSE, LAND. & ESTA...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
MEI,IiOUItNE. Mr A. E. Millard. sharebroeer, mean ber of the 3tock Exchange, Melbourne. 90 Queen street. Melbourne (telephone 1391,. aesterday reported the following nales .n0 cloding quotations- ln?nld of lnuo.--Olonuil, b W7/6, alek I3a1king and Financial Institutions. - GOoldborouih. b 41/6, s 41/9, falae 42/3. 41Moae . - Tironwminy oJd Va-iar CGo-pamics. - Melmourno remnwrY. b 43/11, a 43/3, aCre 4211, l Silvorton 'TI'runy, b ZIt71,, h MaisodllaoereiOe-Aleen oaknnad Zinc, I 2/, o 27/9, neIac 27;; CelIuornmo Oonmuli dreIl Stock, h 13/, H W3/8. nlrm 33/0. Sjroir blinno.--lroln Rll, 1) l /. , s /okl RSi ;'Ifvrvdltc Al. and b F1 ; Ia 11/0urube 11/6. mlre 31/6; Monmt C=nt'rlrI, maim 1 "fpcd Lnvl, h 21, n b 1; Mount JyoIl Itlonho. no"te 2/7. 'pin Cm nin.- TLod Hill, 1> 8/2, a 8/9, Mare 8/3; Y. Watlr b 22,, a u2/. Wmt Anlt-ralia Conmpanlis. - Blanck anungi, b 12/0, enloe 12/9; Edna May, 1) 57/0, a 1/, sBlef 51/. 5710. 7alG, Iat nil Di trict.-Ajax, b 91 12 Ajax Cntral, l/ol, a 31/1 A...
AMUSEMENTS BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
AMUSEMENTS BALLARAT EXHIBITION. Bnllmrat and distriot countiues to ac cord a steady patronago to the Exhibi. tion. A nanter of excursions from the oountry to this.city will bo run this month. Last night theo pictures screened in the open gaveo pleasure to a large num. her of poople. who found the evening on ideal one for the ?orpose. Demonetra Lions in bhtter making and poultry dres. sing weor watched with interest by largo crowds; and Chief Petty Officer Mooney found many to listen attentively to his explanation of the working of the ton. owdo in tho Defonco Department'o ex. hibit. The worlking machinery continues to he a sonrco of great interest. The com pnet;t'ive exhibits willheb,jadged shortly. 1Of all the problems in theo realm of ag riculture ione are so interesting and fao cinating al thoso which reloate to our daily bread. The exhibit arranged by the ?epartment of Agriculhture is designed to show the milling and baking qualitios of the more important varieties of wbeat in g...
STOCK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
STOCK AND SHAIfI SLMARKIt S. e BALLAIIAT. The feaure of yesterday's market 6p0e rations was the strong desasnd for Now Langi Logas, which jluuyed to 39/G, ro proseoting a rise of oser 2/ during the afternoon. This was duo to No. b t bore penmetrating tohe 11e at a height of 50 oo and r?ding about 20 colors of old. L'hi? bore is l?stod about 60 feet ahead of the No. 30 bore, which was put up from the old shaft and entered wsh at 67 ft, Tihe latest boen, et is Ibiiewd, proveM theo. edge of the gutter and showa that the ltad is u?sriy 1000 feeoot wide at this point. Other Ararat stocks were fsrm. Langi Logan orNorth improved al 53, more being wanted at that priole. hrnat Langi e?ed 5/, anId L sgi C/n trot remamnl fhirm at 4/2. An offer of 4/ wnas made for Cathcart Central. Lan gi Sounth ewr firm at late rates, and 1/6 wa paid or Upper gi. Northern lopne again broghi 11/6, and /a6rfort le.wi lsuls anlt Southern flopm both s?'.ed the right side of 3/. Of the l:ay lisfrd miner, Ajax buyer...
BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
BENDIGO. Yoterday's sale weoro: - Bird's Roef, ICI; Cornish Unitd/d;/,.3/8, 3/7;.316,"3/1: Colden Pyke, 33, 31: Great xtend hustlers. 9/. 8110 Irobahork, 8/9, 9/; Now Chum Goldfoield. 8/6; New Prince of Walrm, 5/; North Johnson's, 1/8; Red. White, and Blue United, 2/; Sandhurst Trnstem s IJecotor Conrypny, 18/9; South Gordon Unitd, 2/i; Specimeno l8in 27, 26; United HRatlors and Sedan, 3/8. PETER BOI WICK. Stook and Share Broker. 19 Miningl Excrhange. Member Ballaroat Stock Exchange. Orders Promptly Attendld To.